Guia de instalacion cuenta-personas FastONE

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Guía de instalación del sensor de conteo de personas FastONE, con tecnología infra-roja y display. Funcionamiento autónomo o conectado inalámbricamente a sistema central.

Guía de instalación del sensor de conteo de personas FastONE, con tecnología infra-roja y display. Funcionamiento autónomo o conectado inalámbricamente a sistema central.

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  • 1. INTRODUCTIONThis document contains important information about installing the FastONE RF.Please read this document carefully to avoid misunderstandings.GeneralThe FastONE RF is a wireless counting system that is read out manually from thedisplay. The system is designed for monitoring visitor flows or passing objects. You canalso use the FastONE RF to measure effectiveness on advertising campaigns ordetermine your average conversion. Conversion is the ratio between the number ofvisitors and the number of buying customers.OptionalThe FastONE RF comes in various versions. Depending on the door situation youchoose a FastONE RF Front Firing or Side Firing.The FastONE RF is available in the colors black and gray. Other colors are availableupon request.The standard sensors can be extended with additional housing. This casing makes outsidemeasurement possible.The FastONE with an additional RF receiver can be connected to your network via amain unit. This main unit makes automatic data retrieval possible. With automatic dataretrieval counting data can be viewed online, in our software or in programs like Excel. Moreabout this feature can be found in the manual SpotONE.LiabilityThis document is not legally binding. None of the products may be reproduced in anyway without express permission.Please contact your dealer. If you need support, have another version of a countingsystem or have other specific questions. 2
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTSComponents……………………………………………………………………… 4General……………………………………………………………….…………… 5Configuration……………......................................………………..………….. 6Mounting…………………......................................……………..…………….. 8Check operation system..…..……………………………………………….…… 9Troubleshooting…..…..……………………..……………………………….…… 9Specifications…..…………..………………..……………………………….…… 10 3
  • 3. COMPONENTS Side Firing Grey Side Firing Black Front Firing Grey Front Firing Black Lithium AA 3.6V Batteries Outside casing 4
  • 4. GENERALApplicationThe FastONE RF is used for measuring passing objects only. The system is notsuitable for determining the number of people in a room or place, or to count stationaryobjects.Mounting placeChoose always a passage, for example in or around security gates. Make sure the sensorsare placed discreet, this to avoid fraud.BatteriesThe FastONE RF works on lithium AA 3.6V batteries only. The batteries have alifespan of approximately 2.5 years. Attention! These are special batteries. To replace thebatteries, remove the outside case by pressing gently on both sides.AccuracyThe accuracy of the FastONE RF is determined by the entrance width and the amountof footfall. The maximum scope of the sensors is limited while armed or passing visitors arecounted as one passer. Choose one or more sensors per entry and pull visitor flow apart forexample by using displays. Decreasing the entrance width increases accuracy.Reflective materialReflective materials within the range of the counter can affect the count result. If light fromthe transmitting sensor is reflected to the receiving sensor, by turning the reflecting surfaceor the exchange of transmitter and receiver, influencing can be dissolved.When the sensors are mounted behind glass, make sure the sensor beam between thetransmitter and receiver is perpendicular, this to avoid difficulties or reflection. Fitting glassalso reduces the range of the sensors.WarningAlthough FastONE RF sensors work with light, it is not been studied that lookingdirectly in the sensors from a short distance is harmless for the eyes. 5
  • 5. CONFIGURATIONShipping ModeThe FastONE RF is delivered in shipping mode. This mode saves batteries (duringtransport and storage). Moreover, from the shipping mode, the FastONE RF isconfigured. To place the sensors in shipping mode, please follow the next steps in theright order.First place the transmitter (sensor without display) in shipping mode. Press the sensor atleast 15 seconds, as shown in the figure below. Check after pressing if the sensor is inthe correct mode. The transmitter is in the correct mode when the red sensor lightflashes short (0.5 seconds) when the sensor is pressed short (0.5 seconds).Next place the receiver (sensor with display) in shipping mode. Press the sensor at least15 seconds, as shown in the figure below. Check after pressing if the sensor is in thecorrect mode. The receiver is in the correct mode when the counter on the displaycounts by itself.Transmitter ReceiverIf it is not clear (during the configuration process) in which mode the sensors are; it isrecommended to place both sensors back into shipping mode. From the shipping modethe FastONE RF can be aligned.AlignmentTo make use of the FastONE RF first register and align both sensors.First register the transmitter. Press the transmitter at the top as shown in the figuresabove for exactly 4 seconds. Press until the red sensor light is on, release until the redlight goes off. 6
  • 6. Second, register the receiver. Press the receiver at the top as shown in the figure on theprevious page for exactly 4 seconds. Press until the red sensor light is on, release untilthe red light goes off.Next align both sensors. Press the receiver as shown in the picture on the previous pagetwice (2 x 0,5 seconds).Over a period of 120 seconds, the red light on the receiver shines when the beam of thetransmitter is well directed. For correct alignment of both sensors see figures below.Alignment Side Firing Alignment Front FiringThe red sensor light on the receiver goes off automatically after approximately 120 seconds.If the sensors are properly aligned, the display on the receiver counts if the sensor beam isinterrupted. 7
  • 7. MOUNTINGThe sensors are to be mounted on either side of a passage at the same height so the sensorbeam between the transmitter and receiver is correctly aligned. Make sure the sensor beamis not disturbed by other obstructions such as swinging doors, a plant or billboards.Mount the sensors to a minimum height of 1.30 meters and a maximum of 1.50 meters. Thisto prevent false counts (such as counting legs or arms). Fasteners are not included.The maximum distance between the sensors may be 9 meters. For a proper installation, seefigures below.Mounting Side Firing Mounting Front FiringThe sensors need to be mounted on a solid surface. The receiver should be fitted so thatexposure to direct sunlight or light from discharge lamps (fluorescent, sodium) is avoided.Outside measurementFor measurement outside the outside casing is recommended. The sensors can be placed inthe casing; the casing can be mounted with screws. 8
  • 8. CHECK SYSTEM OPERATIONWalk through the sensor detection area after installation to see if the system works correctly.Every time you pass the detection area or disturb the sensor beam, the display on thereceiver should count.Miscounting can be caused by reflections. It is also possible that magnetic fields are adisturbing factor. In this case; replace the sensors.ReadReduce the (relative) number of persons passed after a certain period (for example after oneday) with the end score of the day before (or start position) and devide the number by two.(Sensors count both in-and outgoing visitor streams). If the number on the display reached999999 the counter continues to count from 000000.TROUBLESHOOTINGThe counter counts by itself, counts too much or counts notOne or both sensors are in shipping mode; reset both sensors. First place both sensors inshipping mode, then align both sensors.The sensor is disturbed by sunlight, bright other lights or reflections. Replace the system,move the light source(s) or contact your dealer.Nothing happensMake sure whether the system has power. Please note that the display is powered bybatteries and will always show data.Counter to 0The display is easily set to 0; reset both sensors. First place both sensors in shipping mode,then align both sensors. 9
  • 9. SPECIFICATIONSThe IR receiver has an integrated 6-digit LCD displayTransmission range: 9 meters IRBattery life: 2.5 yearsBattery type: Lithium AA 3.6V (user replaceable)Unique serial number in radio data packetsIntegrated mounting flangeTransmission range: 180 meters max RFOutput power: 50 milliwatts 433 MHzFrequency: 433.93 MHzOperating temperature: 0 ° C to 70 ° CDimensions: 78mm x 50mm x 28 mm ABSSCOPE OF SUPPLY1 Sensor receiver including a 6-digit LCD display1 Sensor Transmitter3 AA 3.6V Lithium batteries1 Manual 10