All Traffic and Parking Solutions

  1. Indicator lights intuitively direct traffic through truck wash stations to ensure efficient flow of vehicles through the wash. However, high-pressure washdowns, cleaning agents, and outdoor environments make status indication challenging. Learn why the WLS27 segmented strip lights are a better alternative to traditional stoplights and can help improve efficiency at truck wash stations.

  2. The WORLD-BEAM QS18U ultrasonic sensor monitors the level of soap in a tank in a car wash. The sensor is mounted atop the reservoir, aiming through the transparent top. The sound waves bounce off the surface of the liquid.

  3. Sensor solution to identify correct cars are parked at charging stations, alert officers.

  4. Wireless sensor solution to detect cars and automatically open gate in a gated community.

  5. Detect vehicles as they travel through a car wash. Sensor solution with IP69K-rated housing and infrared light to burn through mist and steam.

  6. Sensor solution for bright indication inside a car wash, communicating various stages of the wash cycle.

  7. Sensor solution to signal the presence of a truck at a dock door with bright illumination.

  8. Solution to wirelessly detecting the entry and exit of cars in a car wash to reset a timer.

  9. EZ-LIGHT Traffic Lights are mounted at each bay to visually signal to drivers when they have permission to back into the loading dock. The lights are preassembled, with up to three indicators and three colors in one housing, making them cost effective and easy to install. Traffic Lights are an ideal solution for outdoor applications, with intense levels of light output and included sun shields.

  10. Either M-Gage Vehicle Detection Sensors or R-Gage Radar Sensors can be used to monitor a designated checkpoint of each lane and determine the duration of time that each vehicle is stopped at that point. This information is sent to a PLC, which is connected to a series of K80L Segmented EZ-LIGHTs in a traffic control station. The EZ-LIGHTs communicate the status of each lane to the traffic controller, who can then alert toll booth employees when their lane is backing up.