ENRADD Wireless System is a PA approved non-radar speed-timing device. It was developed as a speed enforcement tool that can be deployed in a wide range of traffic conditions. The wireless link allows the ENRADD to be separated from the Non-Contact Road Switch (NCRS) that form the timing zone. This wireless link allows the ENRADD display to be a distance of +/- 2000 feet from the NCRS timing zone, i.e. line of site. The ENRADD Wireless System measures the speed of a vehicle as it passes through the NCRS timing zone, then displaying the speed for the officer to see.
Data collection is available which allows the ENRADD to store up to 999 data points for downloading later. The data points include the speed and minute stamp. The data that the ENRADD stores can be filtered for average speeds, however the data the can not be altered. The stored information from the ENRADD can be printed for traffic speed reports. We do not recommend using the ENRADD Wireless System as an unmanned traffic study device.
The ENRADD Wireless System can also be equipped with up to 4 ENRADD display heads per one set of NCRS. The ENRADD Wireless with multiple heads would allow a police department to have an ENRADD display head in more than one patrol car for large details, or heavy volume areas.
Each ENRADD purchase includes the following:
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