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Inductive Loop Counters

Permanent Inductive Loops are considered the most reliable traffic detection method available. An inductive loop consists of wire "coiled" to form a loop that usually is a square, circle or rectangle that is installed into or under the surface of the roadway.

Inductive loops are used in signal detection and work like a metal detector. Once a vehicle drives over a loop sensor the loop field changes which allows the detection device to detect the presence of an object (mainly a vehicle).

Often Inductive loops are referred to as presence detectors, and in traffic detection are often used in combination with axle sensors to collect classification data.


Pegasus Permanent Interval Traffic Counter

Four Input Time Interval Counter with Telemetry

The Pegasus is a lightweight, compact vehicle counter. It will count up to four lanes of traffic using road tube, piezo, and/or loop presence sensors.

Traffic Tally 200

The Traffic Tally 200™ (TT-200) is our newest member to the Traffic Tally line of Inductive Loop counters.