The DSP-10 vehicle detector has been specifically designed to handle all parking, drive-through and access control applications.
Working on virtually any size loop, the DSP-10 automatically tunes itself to the best operating frequency. Environmental conditions are constantly compensated with the DSP-10’s HYPERTRACK software. The DSP-10’s inherent noise filtering algorithms allow it to work reliably in any electrical situation.
It can be used as either a safety loop or free exit loop detector. With the flexibility to be either “fail safe” or “fail secure,” it is the only parking detector you will ever need.
The DSP-10 is available in three voltage ranges:
DSP-10-LV: 10 to 30 Volts, AC or DC
DSP-10-117: 117 Volts AC
DSP-10-230: 230 Volts AC With its compact size, front panel switch features, and built-in flexibility the DSP-10 is the most “user friendly” detector on the market today.
- Specs -
Loop Size: Works on any in-ground inductive loop from 20 to 1000 uH.
Fail Safe or Fail Secure Operation: Can be easily changed to either mode in the field.
Power Brownout Call Memory: Power interruptions of short duration are ignored. If power fails for approximately three seconds or less the DSP-10 “remembers” a vehicle.
Intelligent Power Protection: The DSP-10-LV is protected from damage if plugged into a higher voltage. No need to change a fuse or reset a circuit breaker, simply plug the detector into the proper voltage and it works.
Indicators: Separate Power/Fail and Detect LEDs.
Compact Size: Industry standard 11 pin connector in a small plastic case.
- Switches -
Sensitivity: Ten sensitivity settings.
Frequency: Automatically tunes within one of four operating ranges.
Outputs: Two separate relay outputs with features that are front panel programmable as follows:
Output A - Main detection output. Can be modified by delay and extension. Factory set to be fail safe. Fail mode operation is easily
changeable by internal jumpers.
Output B - Can be set to one of the following:
1) True presence (no extension or delay)
2) Pulse on vehicle entering loop
3) Pulse on vehicle exiting loop
4) Loop Fail output
Sensitivity Boost: Can be used in special applications to insure complete detection of high-bed vehicles.
Hold Time: Normal or extended hold time is selectable.
Loop Failure: If the loop fails (opens or shorts) the power indicator flashes. Output B can also indicate this condition if desired (see above). The option to “remember” an intermittent loop failure is also provided.
Delay: Can be selected to ignore fast moving vehicles over the loop.
Extension: Extends a call for slow moving vehicles.