“HEIMDALL is the Watchman of the Gods in Norse mytholodgy. “He requires less sleep than a bird and can see a hundred miles around him, by night as well as by day“
UK Highways Agency specifications: TR2505
Radio approval: EN 300 440
24V AC ± 20% (48 to 63 Hz), or 24 V DC ± 20%
Typical power draw
186mA (AC) – with wireless or serial data options
147mA (DC) – with wireless or serial data options
24.05 GHz a 24.25 GHz
13.4 GHz a 14.0 GHz (kerbside and On-crossing)
150mm (h) x 135mm (w) x 90mm (d) (to the bottom of mounting bracket))
Less than 1.6 kg
Defined Bulgin Buccaneer connector
Although most set-up and simple diagnostic tasks can be undertaken without the need to use a PC, access to advanced settings and performance data is provided via a simple handset interface.
Identical in operation to similar facilities provided on Siemens controllers and many other Siemens products, this interface can be accessed at the detector via a PC, using widely available terminal software, without the need to purchase propriety software tools.
Where terminal access is required for configuration and maintenance purposes at ground level, all Heimdall detectors can be fitted with a Siecom Bluetooth option.
PCs utilising Siemens’ Siecom software, offer highly secure wireless communication with these detectors, and the Siecom features allow the configuration of many detectors within a region to be easily managed.
Typically, each Heimdall detector offers a single isolated ‘solid state’ output to indicate target detection. An additional output may also be specified to provide further detector output data or a dedicated detector fault output as required.
For advanced applications, Heimdall detectors can be equipped with a serial communications facility to enable the detector status, configuration parameters and vehicle data – such as speed and occupancy to be accessed remotely.
Utilising industry standard RS485 two-wire serial communications, a number of detectors can be attached to a common pair of lines which can be interrogated on an individual basis via Siemens’ widely used SiTos communication protocol.