Intersector 1.9U Software Updates Webinar

During our recent webinar, we discussed the software update 1.9U to our Intersector Traffic Sensor. If you didn’t get a chance to attend our webinar we wanted to give you a quick review of all the changes that we discussed during our webinar. We first launched our Intersector Traffic Sensor in the fall of 2009, […]

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Intersector Software Changes

The Intersector Microwave Motion and Presence Sensor is a microwave-based motion and presence sensor used for intersection control. The unit interfaces with a traffic-control cabinet, and outputs signals when vehicles are present in a user-defined zones. The sensor has recently gone through a change to its 1.9U software.   Five key features have changes in […]

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AAADM Sensor Revisions and SafePath™ Sensor Product Showcase

Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting a webinar to discuss AAADM sensor monitoring revisions and SafePath™ Sensor products with our partners and customers. We enjoyed being able to educate and bring valuable information to our customers in a new and different way. The SafePath Sensor products that we cover in this webinar include the […]

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The NexGen Infrared Touchless Actuator

The NexGen Infrared Touchless actuator is the most recent advancement of the automatic door activation switch. These touchless switches are active infrared devices designed to activate full and low energy automatic doors. The touchless design makes the actuator ideal for a variety of applications. Common uses might include germ-free environments such as healthcare facilities, clean-room […]

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The International Symbol of Access Receives a Makeover

Over 45 years ago, the original symbol for accessibility was created. The purpose of this symbol was to designate areas or facilities equipped to support those with physical disabilities. In 2014, the symbol was redesigned significantly, to provide a more modern depiction for those with physical challenges. The new dynamic accessibility symbol was designed to […]

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Safety Standards for Automatic Door Operation

Automatic doors have been in use for many years. The first automatic sliding door was invented in the 1950s. The use of an “optical device” to control an automatic swing door dates back to the 1930s. As times and technology have changed, methods to efficiently install and operate automatic doors have changed. Since its inception […]

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The Relay Lockout Module

The Relay Lockout Module (RLM) has a very specific purpose for use with automatic swinging doors. The RLM interacts with an overhead presence sensor, mounted on the swing side of the door, to keep the sensor from detecting the door while it is in motion. The RLM also monitors inputs from the approach sensor or […]

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The Secondary Activation Module

The Secondary Activation Module (SAM) is a door product that is used in situations where a secure door and limited access is necessary. The SAM connects to a knowing act device, such as a push plate switch, an approach sensor, and a presence sensor, to control the traffic of the secure door. The push plate […]

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ID20 Industrial Motion Sensor

The ID20 Industrial Motion Sensor can be used in situations when detection of small vehicle traffic or some pedestrian traffic is needed. The ID20 is a medium range motion sensor commonly used to activate automatic industrial doors. It is designed to use in environments such as warehouses or manufacturing settings to detect small vehicle traffic, […]

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Active Infrared Sensor Products

You’ve probably seen active infrared sensor products being used to activate or provide safety for an automatic door. Our active infrared sensor products are known as the DH or SSS line of products. We currently offer four models in the DH line of products. The four models we offer in this line are the DH94, […]

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