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  1. Loop & Traffic Signal InstallersLoop & Traffic Signal Installers [Article]
    Loop and Traffic Installers within North America: This resource list has been compiled by Diamond Traffic Products as a courtesy to our customers and is not an endorsement of services.
  2. False Leap Year reportedFalse Leap Year reported [Article]
    Counters NOT affected will include firmware versions (3.35 and newer) and (4.06 and newer). As with the i
  3. Real Time Clock Adjust During Collection (UPP Series)Real Time Clock Adjust During Collection (UPP Series) [Article]
    Command available in UPP 4.16 and 4.56 and higher Firmware. When subtracting minutes from the clock – This function causes the counter
  4. Master/Slave operation with CenturionMaster/Slave operation with Centurion [Article]
    The master/slave feature allows two units to be connected to one modem in the field. The modem cable used is split and connected to both units. One unit is set to the M
  5. Modes, Sensors, and How to Use ThemModes, Sensors, and How to Use Them [Article]
    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 sec
  6. Memory UsageMemory Usage [Article]
    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
  7. Naming conventions and Station IDís used in Centurions Database.Naming conventions and Station IDís used in Centurions Database. [Article]
    It is important to note that the Station ID referenced in Centurion’s Database is the Same Site ID that is referenced in our counters and classifiers. Each Location that y
  8. Piezo Termination for UPP units. Piezo Termination for UPP units. [Article]
    Terminating Piezo sensors usually is done one of two ways. Either the termination is done using a terminal block and then connected to the counter using the UPP piezo harness or
  9. False Leap Year error in Phoenix, Unicorn, PegasusFalse Leap Year error in Phoenix, Unicorn, Pegasus [Article]
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  10. Phoenix Pres style sensor inputs using Relay/OC contact closure outputs from external sensorsPhoenix Pres style sensor inputs using Relay/OC contact closure outputs from ext... [Article]
    The Phoenix, Unicorn and Pegasus units allows for input of relay, open collecto
  11. Compatible USB to Serial Cables (Devices)Compatible USB to Serial Cables (Devices) [Article]
    The results below are for Windows XP SP2 Operating System
  12. NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS (Unencapsulated Sensors)NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS (Unencapsulated Sensors) [Article]
    NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS (Unencapsulated Sensors) The bare piezo electric axle sensors dif
  13. Trouble Shooting - The Phoenix MDKTrouble Shooting - The Phoenix MDK [Article]
    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.
  14. Default Bin Tables - Pegasus, Phoenix and Unicorn MDKDefault Bin Tables - Pegasus, Phoenix and Unicorn MDK [Article]
    Overview The tables below describes the default bins categories that are used with the Pegasus, Phoenix and Unicorn MDK units. These &ldqu
  15. Using the Phoenix MDK with a ModemUsing the Phoenix MDK with a Modem [Article]
    Overview All Phoenix MDK counters come fully operable for use with a modem. You will need some type of telephone communication package to ac
  16. Inductive Loop GuideInductive Loop Guide [Article]
    Introduction An inductive loop is basically a metal detector installed in the surface of the roadway. It consists of electr
  17. Power over serial to Cascade modem from UPP units. Power over serial to Cascade modem from UPP units. [Article]
    The Cascade modem has the option to be power over the serial input on the DB9 connector. This will allow the modem to receive power directly without the need for an external DC power source via the po...
  18. Seeing Data Loss When Using Telenet Connection, Why?Seeing Data Loss When Using Telenet Connection, Why? [Article]
    Question: When creating a network connection between the ports of two Lantronix (or Digi One) servers I am seeing data loss, why? Answer:
  19. What is a Phoenix Field Unit?What is a Phoenix Field Unit? [Article]
    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 re
  20. Phoenix II Features & SpecificationsPhoenix II Features & Specifications [Article]
    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.
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