Automated Car Wash Detection

An automated car wash system needs to remain in a low-power consumption standby mode until a vehicle is detected entering the car wash.

Description

Previous technology required the use of an inductive loop system embedded into the ground. Installing an inductive loop system requires cutting into a large portion of asphalt or concrete. Over time these inductive loops break and must be replaced.

Using a SureCross M-GAGE wireless sensor node eliminates the need for a large inductive loop. The device may be mounted above ground or below ground, requiring only a six to eight inch diameter hole. Vehicle presence is detected by an M-GAGE Node that activates the automated car wash system to power up and trigger the entry door.

SureCross DX80 Wireless M-GAGE Node

FlexPower Node with internal battery designed for vehicle detection

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"No more costly wiring runs"

“I’m delighted with Banner’s SureCross wireless system. It gives us comprehensive monitoring and control in previously inaccessible locations. And it’s easy to expand and relocate as needed.”

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