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    Collision prevention sensor

    October 1, 2012

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    Compact and battery-driven, Collision Sentry uses multiple infrared motion detectors to “see” around corners, sensing motion up to 50 feet away and sending a warning signal to prevent a collision. When motion is detected, LED warning lights alert anyone approaching the intersection – in a vehicle or on foot – that traffic is around the corner.

    Sentry Protection Products

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