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A step-by-step setup wizard and TCP/IP remote control make the Phodar SE-1, an easily configured and deployed traffic photo enforcement solution. All settings necessary to immediately begin violation evidence collection are covered by the wizard.
Being highlighted on Stalker Radar’s stand here at Intertraffic, the SE-1 is a sophisticated, compact 3D tracking radar, with a high-resolution camera, video analytics with optional ALPR, with everything managed by a powerful embedded processor.
The SE-1 can be operated remotely through its web control firmware on any Internet-connected browser. Both device configuration settings and its proprietary Evidence Browser can be operated in this manner. In addition, violation data in .CSV format can be downloaded via USB, wired Ethernet, FTP, Wi-Fi, or GSM. The SE-1 automatically monitors up to 32 vehicles travelling in either direction across four traffic lanes and its controls allow different speed limits and violation settings for each lane.
The SE-1 can be deployed on the side of the roadway mounted on a utility pole, street light standard, or tripod; over the roadway on a gantry or bridge; or inside a stationary vehicle. The system’s Evidence Browser contains all pertinent violation information on one screen.
Stalker Radar says it is the predominant speed enforcement manufacturer in the US and has leveraged its expertise to create a line of high-performance radar-based traffic monitoring products.