DSP-7LP

DSP-7LP
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This low powered vehicle detector is perfect for solar powered applications!
Automatically adjusts its sensitivity level when used on different sized loops.

  • Designed for solar power applications
  • Designed to be cross talk free between other loops
  • Plug and Play
  • Small profile, making it perfect for most installations
  • Automatically compensates for loop and lead-in sizes
  • Switchless, self adapting to most common installations
  • Fail Safe Operation
  • Wide low-voltage operation

 

Product Information

  • Model: DSP-7LP
  • Shipping Weight: 2lbs
  • 49 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Diablo Controls

$99.50

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 11 July, 2014.

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We are a wholesale access control product sales company and recommend you have a professional electrician or gate operator installation company install your products. In regards to our telephone entry products you should have an experienced Security or Telephone Company install your products. Our products are technical products and require experience trades people to properly install your equipment so you may have your warranty for the products you purchase from us. You can look up installation companies on our vendors websites or online in your local area. These are not DIY do-it- yourself systems. You need someone to properly install your system.

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1800 Transport Ave
Memphis TN 38116, USA

Telephone
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