ATCC is high-speed traffic data collection system which provides a low cost means of recording vehicle classification without interruption to traffic flows. In the standard configuration, one inductive loop and two piezo electric sensors are installed in the highway per lane of data collection. Our ATCC is accompanied with user friendly software which can collect data like speed, length, axle spacing, headway, Number of axles, Time & Date etc.





The PHOENIX-II is one of the finest advanced traffic classification recorders available today. The Phoenix II is a multi-lane time interval counter/classifier that can count 1-16 Lanes and can classify up to 8 Lanes.

The PHOENIX-II comes with a 4 Line 20-character LCD display with a 16 alpha/numeric keypad. Communication with Phoenix-II is provided by a RS 232 serial connection or USB allows you direct PC, standard data modem, cellular, and IP modems connectivity in real time. Extra high speed serial ports of vehicles outputs and local communication are optional.

In case of permanent installations Class-II piezoelectric sensors & inductive loops are grouted into the road surface by cutting grooves and filling them it appropriate grouts & sealants.

We can have the following three most common configurations-
1) Piezo electric sensors -Inductive loops-Piezo electric sensors.
2) Inductive loops-Piezo electric sensors-Inductive loops.
3) Inductive loops-Inductive loops.


·         Classify 1-8 lanes
Using any of the three primary different data types, the Phoenix II can record data for classification. Class data can be collected in the following data storage types:o    Bin – The most common data collected, it allows for vehicles to be sorted into user defined bins of axles, speed, length, headway and gap with a total of 30 bins per type depending on sensor configuration.o    Per Vehicle Raw Data – Each vehicle record is stored with the following attributes:
Lane , Time, Speed, Axles Spacing & Overall Length.o    Time Stamped Sensor – This is the most basic of data types that will store sensor activation to allow for classification and sensor processing to be done post collection with PC software. While providing the most flexible data, sensor timestamp uses the most memory when collecting data.

·         Temperature and Battery Data Storage
When in collection mode the Phoenix II can be set to store temperature data and battery voltage data changes along with the count/class data in the counter files for later processing.

·         Independent Count
The Phoenix II unit includes an advanced feature for dual count and class operation to allow for count and class data to be collected simultaneously. This feature enables the unit to account for sites that may have some lanes that are functioning as classification and others that are not (ex: bad sensors eliminate the ability to classify vehicles in one or more lanes).

·         Records interval lengths from 1 Minute to 24 Hours
The classifier can be programmed to use different interval lengths to record data. The following interval lengths are available:
1min, 2min, 5min, 10min, 15min, 30min, 1hr, 2hr, 4hr, 6hr, 12hr, 24hr(1day)

·         On-board keyboard and LCD display
The 4 line 20 character per line LCD display allows real time vehicle data monitoring and programming of the unit via the 16-key alpha-numeric watertight keypad.

·         Ultra-Low power consumption with Smart Power Management
Designed for use in remote areas and urban sites alike, the Phoenix II can operate off very low power draw making it a viable solution for data collection with solar or AC/DC power sources. The classifier also has smart power management to account for loss of power without losing data and providing auto re-initializing when power is restored to allow for the maximum up time in power event failures. In the event of power loss from a solar or AC power source, the unit has a 6-volt internal battery that can sustain operation for up to 7 days.

·         Built in Surge and RF protection
With the advent of advances in telecom and electronic protection circuitry, the Phoenix II provides built in grounding protection to be hardened against lightning, noise, and RF interference from sensors. With a separate grounding strap for protection the Phoenix II is designed for the highest reliability and up time in permanent locations with redundant protection circuitry.

·         Modem and Serial Telemetry
With an on-board RS232 port and optional 2 and 3 port functionalities, the Phoenix II provides real time data output and allows for remote telemetry via external modems with a serial interface.

·         USB Peripheral connection
An optional USB peripheral port can be installed on the Phoenix II for direct connection to a laptop, PC or other USB host for communication.

·         Incident Detection
Incident detection provides the classifier real time monitoring of traffic parameters and sensor conditions. With incident detection, the classifier can be programmed to report sensor failures, specific traffic conditions or warnings to a central office (via modem) and to local warning signs or VMS systems.

·         Large Memory Capacity
The Phoenix II includes 1 MB on-board battery backed up RAM memory. An optional 32 MB – 4 GB MMC/SD card expansion slot is available for either internal permanent or front panel removable memory.

SENSOR INPUTS Eight contact closures or open collector to ground pulse inputs
  Four, Eight, Twelve, or Sixteen loop inputs (50-1800 microHenry) with press style contact closure or open collector emulation
MEMORY 1MB On Board Battery Backed up SRAM
  32MB – 4GB SD/MMC flash card expansion*
FILES Counter can store up to 99 files in SRAM and an additional 65,000 in flash memory. Option of roll over when full is user settable
COMMUNICATIONS RS232 Serial: Direct PC connect at maximum 115k baud
RECORD TIME INTERVALS Selectable interval length of 1,2,5,10,15,30 minutes, 1,2,4,6,12,24hr
COUNT MODE SELECTION Normal (Count and Binned modes), Subtractive, Directional
CLASSIFICATION MODE SELECTION Timestamp Sensor Event, Per-Vehicle Raw & Binned.
TESTING AND MONITOR All sensors and traffic can be monitored and tested while collecting data. Sensors can be calibrated and adjusted while collection
KEYPAD AND DISPLAY Alpha/Numeric 16 key keypad with 4 line 20 characters per line LCD
POWER INPUT 6-24VDC 6v@1500mA – 24v@400mA
POWER USEAGE 6v at 150mA Maximum power draw. Typical current consumption is much less depending on sensor usage (less than 50mA average).
BATTERY 6v 12AH rechargeable Sealed Lead Acid gel type battery.
CASE 12” width x 8” height x 12” depth (30cm x 20cm x 30cm), 1/8” (0.8mm) thick aluminium formed case.
WEIGHT 12-18lbs.
ENVIRONMENTAL IP42, -40°F (-40°C) to 160°F (72°C), 0-95% non-condensing relative humidity



Phoenix-II can also be used for portable application. In this case, Loop sensors are fixed with the help of road tape and pneumatic tube sensors are fixed with the help of installation kit over the road surface. All other features are same, as explained above under permanent installation.

Omega X3A

The Omega X3A is a timestamp data recording unit that uses pneumatic road tube sensors to record vehicles and bicycles in mixed traffic. The unit is compact and includes a lightweight case that is watertight (rated IP67) and ruggedized. It is programmable by the onboard keypad and graphic display, or by a PC using a standard USB cable.

Omega X-3A


  • SIZE: 29”H x 7.8”W x 9.44”L (10.9cm x 19.8cm x 24cm Omega X3A.
  • DATA EVENT RECORDING: 4 Channel Event Timestamp data at a resolution of 30.5uS (0.0000305 sec). Adjustable timeout range of 1-4096ms per channel.
  • CASE: Injected molded plastic Pelican case. IP67 rated watertight with snap latches. Carrying handle and one way pressure vent to protect against pressure build up.
  • WEIGHT: 3lbx (1.36kg).
  • POWER: 2 Years.
  • MEMORY CAPACITY: 512MB flash chip holds 120 million timestamps; approximately 25 million vehicles. Can store up to 65k Individual studies.
  • TUBE NOZZLE: Dual-nozzle for mini (low profile) or standard tube sizes.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +165° F (-40° C to 72° C)
  • COMMUNICATION: USB A Host; USB B Peripheral;
  • SOFTWARE: Centurion CC is a complete and comprehensive software package that includes common export and printing formats such as Excel, PDF, text, and more. Windows based. Easy to use. Powerful data analysis.


    • Ultra-Low Power Consumption with Smart Power Management
    • Real time data monitoring with LCD display
    • A mix traffic recorder classify vehicles and bicycles
    • Ultra-High Resolution Timestamp Accuracy
    • Li+ Battery having 2 Year Life
    • Large Memory Capacity
    • Open Formats and Protocol
    • On-board Sensor Diagnostics


The Road Runner-3 high resolution time-stamp event data recorder and powerful vehicle classifier that is manufactured with usability and flexibility for any user that need to collect portable count and classified data. You get incredible power and reliability without any maintenance required. The unit features a no hassle set-up, extra-large storage capacity and a watertight assembly that 3.5” x 2.5” x 1.25” and weigh just under 1 pound.The Road Runner 3 will give equal or better data than any road tube unit on the market today without compromise.


  • SIZE: 3.5” x 2.5” x 1.25”
  • DATA EVENT RECORDING: 2 Channel Event Timestamp data at a resolution of 30.5uS (0.0000305 sec). Adjustable timeout range of 1-2000ms per channel.
  • CASE: Machined 6061 aircraft aluminum casing, anodized green.
  • WEIGHT: Compact at under 14 ounces (less than 1lb).
  • POWER: Engineered Ten (10) year lithium long-life battery.
  • MEMORY CAPACITY: 512MB flash chip holds 120 million timestamps; approximately 25 million vehicles. Can store up to 65k Individual studies.
  • TUBE NOZZLE: Dual-nozzle for mini (low profile) or standard tube sizes.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE RANGE: -40°F to +160° F (-40° C to 72° C)
  • OUTPUT PORT: Military spec weather resistant plug for high speed communication via USB cable. Up to 12MBaud download speeds
  • SOFTWARE: Centurion Free is a complete and comprehensive software package that includes common export and printing formats such as Excel, PDF, text, and more. Windows based. Easy to use. Powerful data analysis.


  • Count up to 4 lanes – Classify up to 2 lanes
  • Easy to install in minutes
  • Watertight unit (can be submerged)
  • Ultra-compact size that fits in the palm of your hand
  • Rugged unit stands up to the demands of daily use
  • Free Windows software and Android App


Micro Tally

The old way of Manual survey has gone. Liability of persons can’t be limited with piece of paper. MicroTally provided you Time-stamp accuracy for each key press. Time-stamp accuracy is utilized for creating intersection timing, classification, and normal traffic studies that are not available with similar units.
A simple, compact, and versatile intersection counter, the MicroTally hand held is suited for all types of counts. These are the easiest way to collect intersection data for quick analysis.
WinTally software is provided free to process and export studies into a standard spreadsheet file (Excel). A five-year battery life means no changing of batteries and no lost data with a real-time clock built in. MicroTally comes with 14 or 18 keypad button where each key can be configured in customized way.

  • SIZE: 5.875″ x 3.5″ x 0.85″ (14.92cm x 8.89cm x 2.16cm)
  • CASE: Machined Aluminum Black Anodized
  • WEIGHT: 12.2oz (346g)
  • POWER: 3.6VDC AA Lithium Battery
  • MEMORY: 540Kb Flash (approx. 180,000 button presses)
  • BATTERY LIFE: 5+ Battery Life
  • DATA STORAGE: Time-stamp event data
  • COMMUNICATIONS: RS-232 115K baud DB9-serial port


  • Free WinTally Software
  • Standard Spreadsheet Report (Excel).
  • 5 Year Battery Life
  • Adjustable audible and visual count verification
  • Small, light, and durable design
  • Simple use with no bulky setup
  • No maintenance operation