M680 Vehicle Count and Classification
Designed to meet the demands of traffic data collection projects in various locations, the M680 detects vehicles as they pass over inductive loops embedded in the road surface.
- Proven reliability and accuracy delivers dependable traffic data
- Reduced installation and life time costs through the use of solar power
- Cost effective management through remote management and data collection methods
- Wide range of report formats including Binned and VBV surveys
- Safe and convenient roadside data collection via Bluetooth connectivity
- Comprehensive configuration options
- Simultaneous production of real time and historic information
- Extremely low power consumption
- Accurate "straddle" algorithms
- User friendly configuration and management application
- GSM and GPRS options
- IP67 rating
It can provide a comprehensive Vehicle by Vehicle (VbV) range of information about the traffic including:
As well as many real time alarms relating to occupancy and flow etc.
Thanks to its IP67 rating, Golden River's M680 delivers unrivalled levels of accuracy, reliability and ruggedness meaning you can be confident of its operation and longevity.
The Marksman 680 range of 4/8/16 Loop Vehicle Classifiers are part of proven Golden River’s ITS systems range. With a number of options available they can be configured by the systems integrator or the user for most traffic monitoring applications using inductive loops.
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