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This device uses patent pending Triangular Planar Array
(TPA) technology to reliably detect the presence of a vehicle
in a wide variety of drive-thru applications including parking,
access control, car wash, banking and fast food. Unlike a
vehicle loop detector configuration that requires the
installation of a loop in the pavement, the USVD may be
simply mounted on a post or order box and aimed at the
location of the vehicle when in position to perform a
transaction or place an order. Also, unlike other
technologies, the USVD does not require any set up or
functional adjustments, other than simply installing and
aiming. The USVD greatly reduces the cost associated with
installation of vehicle detection capabilities compared to loop
detectors for these types of applications. onedevice.
The USVD requires 12-24VDC/VAC and provides a form “C”
set of relay contacts indicating vehicle presence.
Utilizing TPA technology, the detection head consists of 4
ultrasonic transducers that connect to the control board. The
detection head “scans” the expected location for a vehicle
and activates its output upon detection of a vehicle. The
USVD provides a 2.0 second response.
A green indicator on the USVD control board flashes
indicating power and no vehicle detection and continuous on
indicating vehicle detection. Individual green indicators located near each transducer connection flash when an echo
from a surface 1-5ft. in front of the transducers is present.
The solid-state FAIL output is activated when a solid object,
such as ice, is present preventing 1 or more transducers from
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QB ID: USVD-4X