The TMP is designed for the detection of pedestrians and cyclists.

It adapts the duration of the pedestrian green to the flow on the protected passage.  It can also wake up a standby light or call a green phase for cyclists, without them having to step down to press the call button.

Compact and lightweight, it can be installed quickly, without civil engineering works or traffic stops

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Operation and strengths

The TMP closes or opens a dry contact when it detects an object moving at a speed greater than 0.5 km/h.  This contact can control an automatic control system for traffic lights, light poles, led panels…


  • Pedestrian and cyclist detection
  • Range: +/- 30 m
  • Choice of power supply:
    • 220 V
    • 12-42 V AC/10-60 V DC
    • 6-20 V (low power version)
  • Uni- or bi-directional
  • Settings without opening the housing
  • Comfort of installation and use:
    • above-ground installation
    • works in all weathers
    • maintenance-free
    • trustworthy
TMT Radar

Technical features

Range (for a standard car, radar installed at a height of 4.5 m, angle of 5°, sensitivity ¾) 30 m (pedestrians)
Min. detectable speed 0.5 km/h
Detection direction incoming, outgoing or bidirectional
Detectable speeds from chosen threshold to 160 km/h
Unit size 70x100x120 mm
220 V Power Supply size 70x100x210 mm
Weight (excluding cable and mount) 0.9 kg
Protection level IP65, EN 50102 (IK)
Mount system double-L (included), adapted for M8 screws
Operating temperature range from -40°C to +75°C
Power supply LV model: 10-42 V AC/12-60 V DC
EU model: 220 V AC
LP model: 6-20 V DC
Power consumption < 1 W (90 mA @ 12 V DC)
Frequency K-band: 24.125 GHz
Transmitting Power 5 mW
User output LED on the front panel – Changeover relay contact
Response time < 500 ms
Relay holding time 2 sec. (LP: 1.4 sec.)


Use cases

  • Extension of the green phase for pedestrians during the crossing
  • Green phase call on cycle path
  • Lighting of a pedestrian tunnel only when a user is present
  • Activation of signs warning motorists of the presence of cyclists or pedestrians in the vicinity
  • Activation of station and parking platform lighting when pedestrians arrive
  • Activation of public lighting on motion detection
Pedestrian Crossing Systems

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