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Radar sensor for vehicle detection

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The new Q130R radar sensor from Turck Banner is configured using free software allowing users to set sensor settings visually, including defining the sensing distance, sensitivity and output configuration. Setting up and verifying sensor settings can be challenging because of the wide field of view and long range of radar sensors. However, the graphical user interface of the Q130R allows users to adjust settings intuitively and replicate them across multiple devices. The Q130R radar sensor uses frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) technology to detect moving and stationary targets including cranes, cars, trains, airplanes, trucks and cargo in extreme and unpredictable weather conditions.  Sensing function is unaffected by wind, rain or fog, sunlight, humidity, shock and vibrations, and temperatures ranging from -40 to 65° C.  The rugged IP67 housing is made for dependable, long term operation in harsh environments.

Contact Brandon Topham, Turck Banner, brandon.topham@turckbanner.co.za

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