6° x 26° Stalker Stationary Speed Sensor II
6° x 26° Stalker Traffic Statistics Sensor
Narrow horizontal beam sensor ideal for
Available with or without traffic statistics capabilities.
Stalker Radar’s new Stationary Speed Sensor II’s narrow, lane-specific 6° beam accurately detects and tracks vehicles in a single lane at greater distances than other wider beam radars.
Monitors up to 10 vehicles
A narrow 6° beam, adjustments for mounting angle, and open-frame design allows flexible mounting options for OEM developers integrating it into their systems.
The Speed Sensor II utilizes digital signal processing that enables it to track vehicles either moving toward it, away from it, or both directions simultaneously. Additionally, it has target recognition/filtering settings and a speed alarm output.
Including all the features of the OEM 6x26° Stationary Speed Sensor II, the OEM 6x26° Traffic Statistics Sensor adds the capability to store traffic volume, speeds, direction, and classification in the unit. The Stalker Traffic Analyst application is available to review, analyze, and present the traffic data.
RS-485 connection allows for multiple sensors to one controller.
On-board traffic statistics
If traffic analysis is required, a narrow-beam sensor with on-board traffic statistics capability – the OEM 6° x 26° Traffic Statistics Sensor – coupled with Stalker’s easy-to-use, full-featured Traffic Statistics App is the comprehensive solution.
Part Number Description 200-1033-00 Stationary Speed Sensor only 200-1033-01 Traffic Statistics Sensor only 200-1033-10 Stationary Speed Sensor with
200-1033-11 Traffic Statistics Sensor with
12-position, 1.25 mm picoblade connector shown with protective cover plate removed.
Comprehensive traffic statistics collection and analysis
Using captured data from the Stalker Traffic Statistics Sensor, updated analysis control allows you to take raw data and display it by count vs time, count vs speed, and 85th percentile, just to name a few. Data can be split, graphed, filtered, and then rendered in a color report designed with Agency branding and support information.
Beginning with the setup, the actual sensor can be configured. Then, the intuitive survey management tools walk the user through calendar setup, location details, speed and time resolutions, vehicle classification, speeds, distances, and more.
Features of the 6° x 26° Sensor
Multiple mounting options for the M12 connector
The M12 connector mounting bracket attaches to the base plate in a number of ways. The 4-post configuration allows usage of straight or right-angle cables.
|Max Range||>1300 Feet (400 m)|
|Min Speed||1 MPH (1.6 km/h)|
|Max Speed||200 MPH (321.9 km/h)|
|Speed Resolution||0.1 MPH (.16 km/h)|
+/- 0.5 mph +/-0.3% (+/- 0.8 km/h +/-0.3% )
|Directionality||Approaching, receding, both|
|4 Communications types||RS-485 full duplex (FD)
RS-485 half duplex (HD)
RS-232 with no flow control
|Up to four simultaneous ports||
One RS-485 FD, one RS-232, and one USB port
|Baud Rates||9.6K to 460.8K baud|
|11 streaming protocols|
|3 polled protocols|
|Any output protocol on any port|
|Sensor are addressable with multi-drop capabilities
Speed Alarm Output:
|One normally floating contact – pulled to ground for
|60 volt max|
|400 mA max|
10 to 45 volts, DC
|Current||250mA @ 12 VDC typical|
|Center frequency||24.125 GHz
|Frequency Span||100 MHz
|Transmit Power||200 mW|
|Beam Width||6° by 26°|
|Size (LxWxD) w/o connector||6.1 x 3.1 x 1.52 inches (15.5 x 7.9 x 3.86 cm)
|Weight||< 8 oz. (.23 kg)
|Mounting||slots for flexible OEM mounting|
|Operating temp.||-22° F (-30° C) to +185° F (+85° C)
|Storage temp.||-40° F (-40° C) to +185° F (+85° C)