Long-Range Identification (AVI)
Identify vehicles reliably
Long-range identification made simple
The fast and reliable long-range identification solution automatically identifies both drivers and vehicles in any weather conditions. Queues in vehicle access and exit areas are a thing of the past. Ideal for car parks, traffic management and free-flowing vehicle access control (AVI). The technology is also suitable for monitoring rail traffic as well as vehicle access barriers in city centres, airports and at toll roads. Thanks to numerous interfaces it is possible to integrate tranSpeed seamlessly into other control systems – but it can also be used as a stand-alone solution. There is a wide range of transponders available; these include robust heavy-duty transponders, self-adhesive stickers for windscreens and ISO cards, which perfectly combine two reader technologies.
Combine vehicle and person access control systems in a single card. It is possible to integrate both technologies into the same transponder and achieve maximum range.
A specially developed vignette/sticker function in combination with deister‘s “smart frame” ensures data security as well as protection against manipulation.
Large LEDs and unambiguous signal tones give the user distinctive visual and audible feedback.
Test instead of trial and error
The POC makes the field strength visible at every position. That makes it child’s play to find the best position for the transponder.
Plug & Play
The compact design including integrated antennas means it is possible to connect standard power and data lines to the readers by means of a single connector.
Made in Germany
All products are made in Germany. Their function and quality are developed, produced and tested to the highest standards.
Transponders for the windscreen
Self-adhesive with vignette/sticker function
In addition to the encrypted deister “smart frame” for data security the windscreen transponder for vehicles identification features a vignette/sticker function; this is an additional safety measure to prevent the transponder being torn off.
The specially developed antenna facilitates optimum ranges through the windscreen as far as 7 m using a TSU 200 reader. To achieve a constant range in conjunction with different vehicle types the transponder is also equipped with a function to adapt the range. For instance, RRD stickers are affixed to the marked positions. This function makes it possible to reduce the identification range by either 66% or 33%. That ensures it is possible to identify different types of vehicles at the same distance to the reader.
- Fraud proof – tear proof
- Adjustable range
- “Smart frame” – data security
Passive long-range identification
Distinguishing features of our TSU readers include extremely robust die-cast aluminium housing and the compact design with integrated antenna. The TSU200 boasts a range of 7 m, the TSU100 3 m.
Our portfolio of passive transponders has been specifically developed for different materials to ensure it is also possible to achieve the best-possible range on glass or metal.
The special layout (patent pending) of the antenna integrated in the ISO card means it can be carried either way round as well as close to the body without impairing the range. Dual technology cards are also available with near field and long-range readers for enhanced levels of convenience.
Controller & Converter
Modular and flexible
The tranSpeed system is rounded off by controllers such as the IDC 2. The control unit is top-hat rail compatible and provides encrypted interfaces for tranSpeed readers, floating contacts for vehicle access and exit barriers as well as light signal control systems. Configuring authorisation levels is made easy with the software “Commander Connect”, which is connected to the IDC 2 via an IP interface.
Interface converters are able to convert data received from a reader to a different format or protocol as well as to integrate tranSpeed components into an existing system. The deBUS protocol is used to encrypt communication on the input side. Wiegand, Data/Clock, Magstripe, RS232 and RS485 interfaces are supported on the output side by several customer-specific protocols.