Vehicle Loop Detectors and Pre-Assembled Loops
Simple & Reliable Solution for Detecting the Presence of a Vehicle
Using the properties of inductance in electrical cables, the ProLoop loop detectors are a very reliable method of detecting vehicles in access control situations.
The ProLoop is connected to either a pre-assembled loop or a loop that you wind into the ground. The unit then sets up an inductive field that will detect the presence of metal of vehicles as the approach a gate, barrier or traffic light. The outputs will provide a signal for the control system to provide the required operation.
Bircher's new faster and more sensitive ProLoop2 loop detector for industrial gates, doors, car park barrierers, toll booths, etc.
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Our Pre-assembled Loops are designed for easy installation of an inductive traffic sensing system, they are available in a choice of sizes to suit your application.
An installation guide/manual is available under the "Downloads" tab on this page.
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Bircher's Safety edges are designed to protect shear or crush points that are found on many automatic systems such as sliding & swing gates, roller shutter doors, lifting platforms & tables and machine doors. In addition to the new ExpertLine of safety edges, which can be supplied factory assembled, in kit form or self-assembly component format, we can manufactured to order any of our safety edge products at Motion29 so you have the correct size for your installation.
The safety edges are supplied in two formats, end-of-line with integrated 8k2 resistors and pass-through with two cables. These are then connected to a switching unit that monitors the status of the safety edge, failing safe if there is a fault or the edge is operated. These switching units are availoable in wired or wireless solutions to safety category 2 or 3.
Our range of LED signal products indication of status of production lines, signal instructions and provide audible alarms for additional emphasis.
The USVD-4X Drive Thru Vehicle Sensor uses patent pending Triangular Planar Array (TPA) technology to detect the presence of a vehicle and/or pedestrian. It is an alternative to using a photoelectric sensor, where you need to detect the presence in one plane rather than breaking a beam.