For the most cost-effective and practical solution, you must think carefully about how you intend to use the Speed Indicator Device (SID) so you can choose the right one for your community!
Stationary use: this Radar Speed Sign is permanently installed on a site that needs ongoing monitoring of traffic speed. For example, this is a good option to protect the area around a school or to make the entrance to the town safer.
Portable use: this Radar Speed Sign can be moved from time to time (e.g. quarterly to secure several areas of the municipality) or shared between several municipalities.
These two types of Speed Indicator Devices (SID) are available in solar and electric versions, as well as a double power supply. The solar-powered version can be placed on a dedicated mast with an above-ground concrete base to make it easier to move in the event of semi-stationary use.
It should be noted that only a qualified electrician should install the electrical version.
Ultra-portable use: this Radar Speed Sign is designed to be conveniently moved fortnightly. For example, you could move it to different locations for traffic data analysis.
This Speed Indicator Device is 100% battery-powered and moved more than once a month. You can easily install it on existing poles in your community.