Exclusive: Wireless presence sensor, up to 10-year battery life
Minneapolis, MN — Banner Engineering Corp. introduces the M-Gage Wireless Sensor Node for vehicle sensing using Banner’s new SureCross Wireless Network. The sensor, encapsulated in an IP67/NEMA 6 SureCross Node enclosure, has a long-lasting FlexPower battery, said to supply power for sensing and wireless connectivity for up to 10 years. It’s said to offer greater durability and reliability than inductive loops at a lower cost for installation and maintenance, without major excavation. Battery access is quick and easy when required.
The M-Gage replaces inductive loop systems by reliably detecting 3-dimensional changes in the Earth’s magnetic field caused by the presence of large ferrous objects. Applications include manufacturing monitoring and error proofing,, car wash entry/exit, drive-through systems, traffic control, and other vehicle sensing applications. Nodes are priced at $450. Gateways are sold separately. Banner Engineering offers an E-commerce site.
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