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GP73800080 Allied Electronics, Inc. CARLO GAVAZZI INC Not Provided Sensor, Ultrasonic, Dupline Car Parking System, Carpark Configurator Unit
GP62203302724-US Allied Electronics, Inc. CARLO GAVAZZI INC Not Provided Sensor, Ultrasonic, Dupline Car Parking System, Red/Green/Blue LED Indicator
GP62202201724-US Allied Electronics, Inc. CARLO GAVAZZI INC Not Provided Sensor, Ultrasonic, Dupline Car Parking System, Green/Red LED Indicator
CS108 PLC Radwell Hyde Park Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric PHOTOELECTRIC RECEIVER WEB SENSING SYSTEM
SP116 PLC Radwell Hyde Park Sensors & Switches, Profile System SENSING SYSTEM
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  • Energy Savings Opportunity In Parking Garages
    parking facility at various AirTest Sensors. 23. $/kWh utility rates, based on a 100,000 square ft garage that wil hold 350 to System Cost. $64,965. 400 cars1. The chart can be used to develop a ‘rule of thumb’ that can be $ Saving. $76,311. $ Savings/Sensor. $2,825. used to determine
  • Wireless Sensor Network Aids Travelers in Parking Their Cars and Trucks
    Wireless Sensor Network Finds Parking Spots Users of a UCLA parking garage just check their cell phones for updates on vacancies. * Microprocessors within the sensors determine the type of sensed event, and whether to update the mainframe database. * Wireless sensors transmit data only on a valid
  • Gas Sensor Placement Guidelines (.pdf)
    sources. and toxic. Typically, the toxic levels are. that are not fixed such as cars in a. much lover than the LEL levels. parking garage. The proper concentration to be monitored. E. Place sensors in areas where gas. is determined by the user. For. might accumulate. These areas include. example
  • Vehicle Detection Using AMR Sensors
    . detection, the various hardware and software techniques. or vehicle in the adjacent parking spot, a high drop-off in. of vehicle detection, and a couple example designs. flux density change is very good news. describing AMR sensor integration and operation for. potential designers. Typical vehicle
  • Did You Know? Carbon Monoxide Sensors Do Not Detect Diesel Exhaust?
    Popular uses of carbon monoxide sensors in the building automation industry involve monitoring vehicle exhaust. Sensors are commonly installed in parking garages to monitor carbon monoxide levels and provide an input signal for a ventilation control system or building automation system. This system
  • 2005 Mercury Monterey
    it hard to tell when you might run into a post, another car, or a wall until you get accustomed to the size of the Monterey. Ford engineers included front and rear sensors that beep or boing as you approach obstacles. The engineers call the devices parking sensors, but they could more appropriately
  • Wireless sensor networks are coming to a machine near you
    A wireless I/O control cabinet from Opto22, Temecula, Calif. A wireless access point from Symbol Technologies, Holtsville, N.Y. An RF ID tag used by Siemens Dematic USA, Grand Rapids, Mich. A Nokia phone displaying parking information via SMS messaging, as implemented with Opto22 wireless controls
  • Active Driving Pleasure Assisted by the Newly Developed Steering Aid Motor (.pdf)
    Steering optimised for high speed stability is at odds with that demanded by winding roads, tight corners and parking. At motorway speeds steering adjustments passed to the wheels must be kept to a minimum, the steering effort required at low speeds is correspondingly high i. e. safety over action

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