Optional EPC-IRD1E Infrared Emitter:
Use the optional EPC-IRD1E Infrared Emitter when your entrance is wider than three feet and you want to use the EPC-IRD1 People Counter.
The approximate maximum sensing distance is 35 feet when using the EPC-IRD1E Infrared Emitter along with the EPC-IRD1 Electronic People Counter. The EPC-IRD1E is powered with two AA-Sized 3.6V Industrial batteries or with an optional A/C adapter.
The EPC-IRD1E is the same exact physical size of the EPC-IRD1 People Counter and they look very similar to each other. This makes them aesthetically-pleasing when installed.
Here are some features of this system.
Like the EPC-IRD1 People Counter, the EPC-IRD1E includes a low-battery indicator.
5 User-Selectable Beam-Strength Levels:
The beam strength can be set to one of five different settings. This allows you to set the infrared beam strength to a strength suitable to your entrance width, while allowing for maximum battery life.
Flexible Mounting Options:
The EPC-IRD1 People Counter and EPC-IRD1E can either be mounted in a Side-Firing (Quick Popup of Image) configuration or a Front-Firing (Quick Popup of Image) configuration.
Method of Sensing:
The internal infrared emitter of the EPC-IRD1 People Counter should be turned off via a menu option when used with this optional EPC-IRD1E. In this scenario, the EPC-IRD1E is used as a dedicated infrared emitter. The EPC-IRD1E emits a beam across the entrance. The EPC-IRD1 People Counter is mounted on the other side of the entrance and receives this infrared beam. It will not sense the beam for that brief period of time when a person breaks the beam. The EPC-IRD1 People Counter will increment the count when it senses the absence of this infrared beam.
Powering the EPC-IRD1 and EPC-IRD1E:
You must either purchase two batteries or an A/C adapter in order to power the EPC-IRD1E. The batteries have a long shelf life of ten years, so you can purchase ten or more to have additional batteries on hand and so you can also receive the discount.
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