Parking Revenue Management Systems

  • TIM-20 Ticket issuing machine for revenue control systems issuing time and date as well as bar code printed tickets. Tickets are issued by a compact mechanism employing a thermal printer so there are never any ribbons to replace. The number of moving parts is reduced and reliability is greatly enhanced. All control circuitry is contained in one self-contained controller. All ticket machines use the same controller, simplifying maintenance and reducing the need to stock parts. An LCD on the face of the machine displays the current time and date as well as messages for the customer.

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  • TIM-21 Magnetic Stripe Ticket Issuing Machine for machine readable revenue control systems. The unit dispenses magnetically encoded tickets and can read long term pass cards as well. The unit can work autonomously or in and on-line mode connected to a central computer. Antipassback, illegal backout and barrier gate status monitoring are all possible through the units on board electronics. If there are no tickets in the magazine, the ticket machine goes off line, but cards for long term parkers will still be accepted. All activity can be communicated to a central computer.

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  • TR-21 Machine for reading validated tickets in a central or unattended (time lag) revenue control system. The unit reads magnetically encoded tickets that have been validated by a TPC- 300 Fee Computer or Pay On Foot Station at the exit of a parking facility. If the time has not expired, the patron is allowed to exit the facility. The unit can work autonomously or in and on-line mode connected to a central computer. Anti-passback, illegal backout and barrier gate status monitoring are all possible through the units on board electronics. All activity can be communicated to a central computer.

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  • MCO-630 Card Controller provides simple low-cost card access for facilities where an electronic or computerized system is not needed. The reader can be pedestal or wall mounted. All cards for a particular location are identically coded so that anyone with a card can utilize the reader. Over 1 million code combinations are possible. The reader requires no power to operate and has a simple normally open contact that can actuate doors, gates, etc. when a card with the proper code is read.

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  • SAC-4158 Stand-alone, programmable card access system for facilities where an on-line system is not required. Card readers can be pedestal or wall mounted. Total card capacity is 500. The unit is programmed via a hand held programmer. Wiegand (insert and slide through) and proximity readheads are available.

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  • SAC-4159 A programmable card access system for online or off-line operation. Card readers can be pedestal or wall mounted. Total card capacity is 8000. Two readers can be connected to one controller. The unit is programmed through a PC. Once programmed, the Smart Reader can function on its own. All data is maintained in the units non-volatile memory. When online, all data is reported back to a central computer. Anti-passback for parking applications is provided. Proximity readers with a range of up to 8 feet are available.

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  • TPC-300-BC A PC based fee computer for computing and cashiering tickets issued by the TIM-20 Ticket Machine. The bar coded tickets are read by a scanner and the fee is automatically calculated. Also functions as a PC based POS terminal making it both flexible and expandable. An Ethernet port is standard, allowing the fee computer to be easily integrated into any local or wide area network.

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  • TPC-300-M A PC based fee computer for computing and cashiering tickets issued by the TIM-21 Ticket Machine. Mag stripe tickets are read by a reader/validator and the fee is automatically calculated. The TPC-300/M can operate in an exit cashiering mode, or it can be used in a central cashiering system where validated tickets can be read by the TR-21 Ticket Reader at the exits in a "time lag" system. Also functions as a PC based POS terminal making it both flexible and expandable. An Ethernet port is standard, allowing the fee computer to be easily integrated into any local or wide area network.

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  • TPC-300-S A PC based fee computer for computing and cashiering tickets issued by the TIM-20 Ticket Machine. The time and date is typed in by an attendant and the fee is automatically calculated. The TPC-300/S is a PC based POS terminal making it both flexible and expandable. An Ethernet port is standard, allowing the fee computer to be easily integrated into any local or wide area network. Any TPC-300/S can be upgraded to a bar code or magnetic stripe system at a later time.

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