Base your cycling policy decisions on data.
The TMA-3B3 combines radar and lidar to accurately count bicycles and measure their speed on bike paths. Its installation is simple, fast and safe.
Operation and strengths
Installed on a mast, the TMA-3B3 combines two technologies to provide optimal counting accuracy on the bike path. It is indeed able to count the number of cyclists in a group and to measure their individual speed.
- 98% accuracy at peak hours (compared to manual counting)
- Autonomous and mobile (can be powered by solar energy)
- Consistent performance day and night
|Size of unit||L 230 x H 245 x D 270 mm (excl. mounting bracket)/Compact housing: L 68 x H 99 x D 150 mm (connector incl.)
|Weight||sensor: 3 100 g, 5 m cable incl., mounting bracket : 750 g/Compact housing: 475 g, bracket: 435 g, 5 m cable:450 g|
|Mount||specific mount provided, adapted M8|
|Operating temperature range
||from -20 °C to +60 °C|
|Power supply||12-16 V|
|Power consumption||130 mA @ 12 VDC|
|Frequency||K-Band – 24.165-24.235 GHz + LIDAR|
|User input (settings)
Counting bicycles and measuring their speed on cycle paths in order to report traffic information to the public authority managing the cycle paths via a web platform.
The TMA-3B3, powered by solar energy, sends its data in real time via a GPRS network.