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X1 = h + w
X2 = 2d + w
X = X1 or X2, (whichever is thesmaller number)
J = w + d
D = X or J, (whichever is the larger number)
h = Height of safe on outside
w = Width of safe on outside
d = Depth of safe on outside
D = Maximum Linear distance
Example: h = 62” w = 55” d = 29”
X1 = 62” + 55” (X1 = 117”)
X2 = (2 x 29) + 55” (X2 = 113”)
X = 113” (the smaller number of X1 or X2)
J = 55” + 29” (J = 84)
D = 113” (the larger number of X or J)
Amseco transformers are specially designed for low voltage applications. The transformers are equipped with internal electrical overload protection and current fuses to meet UL requirements. Amseco products are built with quality components and provide high performance and long durability.
If the fuse blows in a fused transformer, the unit is destroyed. In a transformer with PTC, as the temperature rises to dangerous levels, the resistance increases, so less current flows, thereby protecting the transformer from destruction.
VDP-200C - Wireless Receiver/Counter
VDP-200T - Wireless Receiver/Counter w/ Totalizer
Recommended Installation Conditions
Install the video sensor unit in the illumination intensity between 7 lux to 3000 lux
Clear the detection area from any movement of objects other than intended traffic.
The recommended maximum height for the installation of the video sensor unit is 14’ above the floor
Place the camera unit so that the passage is fully covered by the detection area
Install the video sensor unit exactly in parallel with the floor. Only when necessary, adjust the angle of the unit by the maximum of +/- 20 degrees
Non Recommended Installation Conditions
Designed for indoor use only.
Do not install the video sensor unit where the door crosses the detection area or where the detection area crosses the door
Do not install the video sensor unit above the floor facing directly into the sun light or other bright lights. The shadows may cause inaccurate counting
Do not adjust the video sensor unit angle over +/- 20 degrees