Our People Counters – For All Budgets:

Product Highlights

  • Can Monitor Multiple Entrances

  • Counts People from Overhead Position

  • Directional Sensing

  • Saves 24 Hourly Increments

  • Multiple EPC-3D can be Linked for Wider Entrances

  • View Data on PC or Optionally in the Cloud

Related Products & Accessories

EPC-3D 3D Stereo Camera People Counter:

Our 3D Stereo Camera People Counter is a device that accurately senses and counts pedestrians in many environments and public establishments, particularly where you may have dense pedestrian traffic and in locations with unstable lighting.

Overview:

Two cameras are used in the EPC-3D in order to create a 3D model of the objects, which gives the system depth perception.  This allows the system to not only determine the location and movement of the people, but also the height of the people.  The result is superior accuracy.  It is important to understand that this type of accuracy cannot be provided by single-camera systems.

The processor stores the gathered data in the FLASH memory and later transfers it to the data processing system.

Up to eight of these video camera people counters can be connected together to form one logical sensor for wider entrances.

Product Highlights

  • Can Monitor Multiple Entrances

  • Counts People or Groups

  • Directional Sensing

  • Saves 24 Hourly Increments

  • For Entrances as wide as 30 Feet

  • Transmits to PC with Included Software

RTC-P3 People Counter:

The RTC-P3 People Counter gives you an enormous amount of flexibility. The RTC-P3 is a modular unit, not an all-in-one unit. This means that the RTC-P3 People Counter is housed in one enclosure.  The door sensors are housed in separate enclosures and handle the people counting.

Overview:

The RTC-P3 People Counter can be placed anywhere; however, it is usually placed behind the retail sales counter or in the back office, near the PC or POS to which the it is connected. The RTC-P3 can accept up to three door sensors, which are sold separately and which are described below. The RTC-P3 compiles and saves people counting data from the entrances in hourly increments. It saves up to the last 250 days of traffic history. The RTC-P3 can be connected to a PC or POS (Point of Sale Device) via Serial port or via USB port by using a Serial-to-USB Converter cable.

EPC-IRD1 & EPC-IRD1E

Product Highlights

  • Powered via A/C or Batteries

  • Counts People or Groups

  • Counts In & Out

  • Saves One Running Total

  • For Entrances as Wide as 35 Feet

  • View Total on LCD Screen

EPC-IRD1 People Counter & EPC-IRD1e Infrared Emitter:

Using the EPC-IRD1 Electronic Pedestrian Counter along with the EPC-IRD1e Infrared Emitter creates a pedestrian counting system with an approximate maximum sensing distance of 35 feet.

As with the EPC-IRD1 Pedestrian Counter, the EPC-IRD1e can be powered with two AA-Sized 3.6V Lithium batteries or with an A/C adapter. The EPC-IRD1 saves one single running traffic total and senses and counts pedestrians entering and leaving. The EPC-IRD1 is the same exact physical size of the EPC-IRD1E and they look very similar to each other. This makes them aesthetically-pleasing when installed.

Overview:

The term, “wireless” typically refers to wireless communication. However, it’s been our experience that when people typically refer to “wireless pedestrian counters,” they don’t necessarily want a system that transmits data to a PC, the Cloud/Web or a network. Instead, what they are really referring to is a pedestrian counter that does not have to be plugged into an A/C outlet or have any other wires that connect to a third-party device; hence, the term, “wireless.”

To that end, the EPC-IRD1 can be considered to be a wireless pedestrian counter because it is an autonomous system that does not connect to any third-party devices. Therefore, if you’re looking for a wireless pedestrian counter, in that it runs autonomously (by itself with no external help from other devices or networks), then the EPC-IRD1 and EPC-IRD1E Combo may suit your needs.

Product Highlights

  • Powered via A/C or Batteries

  • Counts People or Groups

  • Counts In & Out

  • Saves One Running Total

  • For Standard-Sized Entrances

  • View Total on LCD Screen

EPC-IRD1 People Counter:

The EPC-IRD1 Customer Counter is an all-in-one unit, measuring approximately 3.3″x2.2″x1.4″. The EPC-IRD1 Electronic Customer Counter System uses an infrared beam to count the people that pass through the area that is being monitored. It saves one single running traffic total and the people counting system is designed for counting people entering and leaving as one total.

Overview:

The maximum sensing distance of the EPC-IRD1 Customer Counter is approximately three feet, which will accommodate standard-sized entrances. (See the EPC-IRD1 Electronic Customer Counter & EPC-IRD1E Infrared Emitter for entrances wider than three feet.)

The term, “wireless” typically refers to wireless communication. However, it’s been our experience that when people typically refer to “wireless customer counters,” they don’t necessarily want a system that transmits data to a PC, the Cloud/Web or a network. Instead, what they are really referring to is a customer counter that does not have to be plugged into an A/C outlet or have any other wires that connect to a third-party device; hence, the term, “wireless.”

To that end, the EPC-IRD1 can be considered to be a wireless customer counter because it is an autonomous system that does not connect to any third-party devices. Therefore, if you’re looking for a wireless customer counter, in that it runs autonomously (by itself with no external help from other devices or networks), then the EPC-IRD1 may suit your needs.

Product Highlights

  • Powered via 9V Battery

  • Counts Door Swings

  • Saves One Running Total

  • Use on 1 or 2 Doors

  • View Total on LCD Screen

EPC-MAG1 Door Counter:

The EPC-MAG1 Door Counter is an all-in-one unit, measuring approximately 3.3″x2.2″x1.4″. Don’t be fooled by the low cost of the EPC-MAG1 Door Counter. Like all of our door counters, it is a state-of-the-art microprocessor-controlled door counter. The EPC-MAG1 senses and counts how many times one door or two doors open. It also has a number of useful features.

Overview:

The system can be connected to one or two doors, which means that one EPC-MAG1 Door Counter accommodates the standard side-by-side double-swinging doors that are common in retail establishments and public buildings. Additionally, there is a buzzer that emits a beep when the door is opened. This buzzer can be enabled or disabled. The EPC-MAG1 is powered via a standard 9V battery. It has no on/off switch so that the door counter cannot be tampered with.

The term, “wireless” typically refers to wireless communication. However, it’s been our experience that when people typically refer to “wireless people counter” or “wireless door counters,” they don’t necessarily want a system that transmits data to a PC, the Cloud/Web or a network.  Instead, what they are really referring to is a door counter that does not have to be plugged into an A/C outlet or have any other wires that connect to a third-party device; hence, the term, “wireless.”

To that end, the EPC-MAG1 can be considered to be a wireless door counter because it is an autonomous system that does not connect to any third-party devices.  The only wire is the one that is used to connect the magnetic door sensor to the EPC-MAG1.  Therefore, if you’re looking for a wireless door counter, in that it runs autonomously (by itself with no external help from other devices or networks), then the EPC-MAG1 may suit your needs.