The ITVP-2 is an all-in-one microwave detector for traffic light management. It replaces the approach loop and the presence loop at the foot of the fire.
It detects the movement AND presence of two-wheelers and cars
Your benefit? A reduction in costs on:
- the civil engineering budget
- the security budget
- the personal intervention budget
Operation and strengths
The ITVP2 detects vehicles approaching the stop line over a distance of 40 m. Two relays are activated: one when a vehicle is in motion in a 40 m zone in front of the stop line, the other when a vehicle is in motion or stops in a (adjustable) 10 m zone by default in front of the stop line.
Relay 1 is maintained, within the time limit of forgetting, until the vehicle restarts. If a vehicle does not start when the light turns green, the automatic control system is thus informed of a possible blockage of the intersection.
- Detection of moving and stationary vehicles
- Range: 40 m for movement, 8, 10 or 15 m for presence at the foot of the traffic light
- Choice of power supply:
- 220 V
- low voltage: 12-42 VAC/10-60 VDC
- Settings without opening the housing
- Comfort of installation and use:
- above-ground installation
- works in all weathers
|Recommended installation configuration (installation height: 4.5 m)||
minimum backward offset: 1.5 m from the stop line
offset up to 2 m from the edge of the roadway
|Detection distance||up to 40m|
|Detectable speeds||up to 110 km/h|
|Unit size||68x100x165 mm|
|Weight (excluding cable and mount)||0.900 kg|
|Mount||specific system provided, M8 adjusted|
|Operating temperature range||from -20°C to +60°C|
|Power supply||10-42 VAC/10-60 VDC|
|Power consumption||120 mA (1 W) @ 12 VDC|
|Frequency||K-band – 24.125 Ghz|
|E.I.R.P.||< 100 mW|
|User output||LED on front panel – 2 changeover relay contacts|
Comparative tests conducted against induction loops show an accuracy of 95 to 98% on approach detection, contact maintenance during vehicle stopping and restart validation.
Several hundred units have been installed in Europe (Belgium, France, Finland, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, etc.), Quebec, South Africa, etc.
Here you can download the results of the comparative tests performed against induction loops and video detection systems.