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  1. questionFalse Leap Year reported
    Counters NOT affected will include firmware versions (3.35 and newer) and (4.06 and newer). As with the issue reported HERE counters that do NOT have the above firmware versions, may incorrectly determine a false leap year and display 2 files containing the same name indicating March 1st. The ...
  2. questionModes, Sensors, and How to Use Them
    Overview Below we discuss the various ways the Phoenix MDK can collect data, and what types of sensors are required to collect each type of data. Please read this section carefully. The Phoenix MDK is a very sophisticated counter/classifier with many options. Reading and understanding this secti ...
  3. questionCascade Modem
    Cascade Low Power Data Modem (CDM) for extreme temperatures The Cascade Modem is designed to operate reliably in harsh conditions. It serially connects (RS-232) with any data-collecting or electronic device that is battery, solar or AC powered. Unlike the average “off the shelf” mode ...
  4. questionMemory Usage
    Each mode uses a different amount of memory for storing traffic data. This appendix is intended to give the user an approximation of how long a Phoenix MDK Field Unit may collect data before retrieval must be performed. Note that this is only a guide – it is recommended to retrieve data a ...
  5. questionSystem Sentry - Enquires & Commands Guide
    ST: Status (enquire) The Status enquire returns the current System Sentry status as follows: >%02X%02X%02X%02X%02X%02X%02X%04X%04X%04X,%04X The ">" indicates the start of the response (common to all enquires). The ending ",%04X" is a 16 bit CRC check value (common to all enquires). Th ...
  6. questionTransferring Files From DataHog to a PC using Centurion
    Transferring Files from DataHog to a PC, Workstation or Laptop using Centurion: Open CENTURION on your workstation. Connect DATAHOG to your workstation using a Null Modem Cable (provided with purchase of DataHog). Click on ‘Start Connection’ and turn on power to DATAHOG. CENTURI ...
  7. questionPhoenix Technical Specifications
    Features Count 1 to 16 lanes Count methods include direction, lane subtraction and normal Classify 1 to 8 lanes Possible sensor arrangements per lane for classification: Two Axle sensors Two presence sensor Two axle sensors and one presence sensor Two presence sensors and one axle sens ...
  8. questionTrouble Shooting - The Phoenix MDK
    Some basic problems can occur during normal operation of your Phoenix MDK. Generally, they are caused by some small error in setup or sensor installation. Listed below are some basic problems and possible solutions. If you cannot solve an installation problem, or if you find a new solution to a ...
  9. questionDefault Bin Tables - Pegasus, Phoenix and Unicorn MDK
    Overview The tables below describes the default bins categories that are used with the Pegasus, Phoenix and Unicorn MDK units. These “Bins” are used to total up all vehicles meeting a predetermined set of criteria. Note that this information is ONLY to be used if you are seekging ...
  10. questionUsing the Phoenix MDK with a Modem
    Overview All Phoenix MDK counters come fully operable for use with a modem. You will need some type of telephone communication package to access the counter through the modem. Diamond Traffic Products offers our Centurion Gold for Windows® Telemetry software. The features include: Dis ...
  11. questionWhy Would a Loop Board Shut Down?
    Loop Board Monitoring Traffic counter/classifiers like our Unicorn, Pegasus, Phoenix, Phoenix RAX have a built in function to insure that the MDK loop boards functioning properly. Basically, when you use loops for data collection, the counter checks every five minutes to see if any loop activati ...
  12. questionApollo Quick Start Guide
    Apollo Vehicle Traffic Counter Classifier Field Setup Procedure: Once you've opened the unit to reveal its faceplate, toggle the Power switch to the "ON" position. The unit should display its Name, Version Number and Release Date information. The counter will display "Doing Self Test..." and th ...
  13. questionWhat units are compatible with Centurion?
    The following is a list for known compatibility: Apollo: All Versions DataHog: 1.50+ Pegasus: 2.39 - 2.45 Phoenix: 2.39 - 2.45 Unicorn: 2.39 - 2.45 Unicorn Limited: All Versions Sprite: 1.40+ Trail Counter: All Versions Some older units can be upgraded to be compatible with Centurion. Contact u ...
  14. questionMy Portable Road Tube Counter Will Not Come On
    There are only a couple of things that can be done to fix this problem. One is to replace the battery, if the counter is approximately four or more years old the battery may have gone dead, to do this please contact us to find out the procedures for replacing the battery. The only other thing th ...
  15. questionI've swiped the magnet across the side of the Counter while viewing the data, and now it is gone.
    Is there any way to get that data back? By design, if the display of the portable traffic counter is on, users have the option using the magnet to show each interval count (by repeat touches to the display) or to select intervals. To "Reset to zero" (erasing all of the data on the counter), th ...
  16. questionWhat is a Phoenix Field Unit?
    The Phoenix is a data gathering instrument for use in the field (roadway). By using the Phoenix and one of several possible combinations of sensors, traffic data and vehicle classification can be recorded and later retrieved. Speed, Length, Number of Axles, Vehicle Class Type and Piezo WIM are ...
  17. questionPhoenix II Features & Specifications
    The Phoenix II is a stand alone unit that is designed to work with sensors to detect and classify vehicular traffic on interstates, highways and roads. Robust military specification connectors provide easy wiring of sensors, inputs and outputs of the Phoenix II unit. The Phoenix II comes with ...
  18. questionSystem Sentry - Basic Features & Functions
    Introduction The System Sentry is an electronic system manager for permanent traffic data collection sites. It is designed to do two things: 1. Help prevent sites from going down. It does this by: Providing the best quality lightening and EMI suppression electronics for the sites power, RS232, ...
  19. questionSetting the Apollo to Display Metric
    Setting an Apollo to Display Metric (Manual Configuration of Counter) POWER ON power to Apollo Press the ALT + LEFT ARROW together. This will take the operator to the ‘ADVANCED SELECTIONS’ menu Use the RIGHT ARROW and toggle to ‘Configure System’ option, press ‘E ...
  20. questionRetrieve Data Files Using a DataHog
    RETRIEVING DATA FILES FROM THE APOLLO USING A DATAHOG: Turn off power to APOLLO, closing data study and moving all files to memory. Connect standard 9 pin (male to female) serial cable to DATAHOG Field Data Collector. Connect other end to port on APOLLO faceplate. Turn on power to DATAH ...
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