Parking entry stand

Parking entry stand is intended to control the cars driving to the paid parking lot. The entry stand delivers a contactless card for further fare payment. It handles with VIP cards also. This hardware is installed in the parking lot entrance area in front of the barrier.

Features:

  • Registers the vehicle arrived to the parking lot.
  • Delivers a contactless card for the further payment.
  • Displays the VIP card data.
  • Transfers the transaction data to the central node.
parking_enter_stand

Set:

  • LCD display (2 lines x 16 characters).
  • Contactless cards dispenser equipped with the built-in smart-card reader (MIFARE® card 13,56 MHz, ISO 14443 standard).
  • Highlighted tamperproof button for contactless card delivery.
  • Entry stand main controller.
  • Controller of hinges.
  • Ethernet-switch.

Options:

  • IP camera
  • Management of traffic lights
  • IP voice
  • TFT-display

Specifications:

Overall dimensions 1315 mm х 330 mm х 376 mm
Weight not above 70 kg
Supply voltage 220 V ± 10%
Working temperatures -25…+40°C
Dust and water protection rating IP 54
Card stacker capacity 500
External interface Ethernet
Card reader MIFARE® card compatible

Parking exit stand

Parking exit stand is intended to control the cars driving out from the paid parking lot. The exit stand accepts contactless cards for fare payment control. It handles with VIP cards. This hardware is installed in the parking lot exit area in front of the barrier.

Features:

  • Registers the vehicle’s departure from the parking
  • Accepts contactless cards.
  • Displays the VIP card data.
  • Transfers the transaction data to the central node.
parking_exit_stand

Set:

  • LCD display (2 lines x 16 characters).
  • Contactless cards dispenser equipped with the built-in smart-card reader (MIFARE® card 13,56 MHz, ISO 14443 standard).
  • Exit stand main controller.
  • Controller of hinges.
  • Ethernet-switch.

Options:

  • IP camera
  • Management of traffic lights
  • IP voice
  • TFT-display

Specifications:

Overall dimensions 1315 mm х 330 mm х 376 mm
Weight not above 65 kg
Supply voltage 220 V ± 10%
Working temperatures -25…+40°C
Dust and water protection rating IP 54
Card stacker capacity 500
External interface Ethernet
Card reader MIFARE® card compatible

Payment terminal

Payment terminal is intended for the parking service payment without cashier’s assistance. The terminal is installed on the territory of the parking in the places suitable for the drivers.

Payment terminals can be installed both inside the buildings and under the protection canopy out of doors. On the customer’s request payment terminal can be equipped with different set of equipment and provides various set of functions.

Functions:

  • bills accepting;
  • coins accepting;
  • bank cards accepting;
  • giving the change in banknotes (optionally);
  • giving the change in coins (optionally);
  • using a parking contactless card;
  • printing the receipt that confirms the payment;
  • providing the customer with all necessary information on the screen.
parking_payment-terminal

System server

System server is intended for database forming, storing and administering with all parameters and statistic data about parking operation.

Data base server is a computer with the installed special software. Firebird is used as data base.

parking_system_server

Functions:

  • storing the configurations of parking hardware;
  • storing the registration details on every payment medium;
  • storing the tariffs and access rights;
  • accepting the transactions from the system devices and recording them into the data base;
  • forming the base data for the report subsystem.

Administrator’s AWP

Administrator’s AWP is intended for setting the parameters of the parking system, for editing the tariff policies as well as for data base administering.

Administrator’s AWP includes software modules with graphical shell.

parking_awp

Functions:

  • hardware configuring;
  • network settings configuring;
  • register entries configuring and access control to the different system modules;
  • report configuring;
  • using personal or service cards;
  • tariffs editing;
  • discounts editing.