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Keep track of people who enter your area
Wireless Patron Counter
- Dual-counter, active infrared technology
- Detection range covers doorways up to 20′W
- Install 24–36" above floor
- Wireless, dual-channel receiver with status LEDs
- Includes sensor/transmitter, wireless receiver with built-in chime and counter, wireless push button, two 12V AC transformers, reflector, mounting brackets, hardware and two 6′ power cords
- Requires wiring from 12V transformer to sensor/transmitter and 12V transformer to receiver
Rated 1 out of 5 by lamplib from Very sensitive - if bumped, it will not count It sticks out so far from the door frame and is easily bumped. We've already had library patrons bump into it, and we didn't know it wasn't counting until the end of the day when we went to get the daily count. Also, our previous counter kept statistics indefinitely (as far as we could tell), which was nice if we needed to look back at hourly or daily counts, but this one has to be reset every day and only keeps daily numbers (vs. hourly, monthly, etc.). If I can ever find another counter like our previous one, I will be purchasing it. It was a lot less delicate/fragile.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by frustrated librarian from What a waste This is a Demco product so I assumed it would have library knowledge behind it's design. But the unit is clunky, the mounting hardware is insecure and it's basically unusable in a public library. I wish I'd heeded previous review's warning of how sensitive this is to being knocked out of line. Even pushing the "reset" button at night when getting the count sometimes knocks it enough that it's not inline with the reflector. Not to mention that the reset button is constantly being pressed by curious hands. I wish they sold a plastic cover for it or something to make it harder for toddlers to reset. I have it tucked between the security gates and a shelving unit but they still manage to reset it and get it out of line. This thing is a constant problem, we should not need to check our patron counter so much throughout the day just to make sure it's working.
Date published: 2015-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by EPLDirector from Reliable and quiet We were looking for a patron counter that was quiet so that children would not be drawn to it and mess with the count. This one is silent and blends right into our wall, so no one even notices it.
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by elhjessup from Good for our academic library The sound can be turned down, which is nice. Love the easy to use reset button. Works great for what we need it to do. Outlet boxes are heavy and don't work as well for plugging into power strips.
Date published: 2018-09-20