Key Advantages

Compact Size

Sensor self-calibration

Shelf life up to 7 years without any maintenance

Reduced maintenance

Easy installation and use

Flush ground or recessed installation

Detecting metal bodies and heavy objects

Parking lot/User association via smartphone

Dual detection technology

Road surface analysis

Long transmission distance

Allows a security level based on AES128 encryption

Tech. Specification

Operating Frequency

868 MHz


Magnetic and Ultrasonic


Flush Surface

Load Resistance

9 bar


Ø135x75 mm




Pocan ECO T 3240

IP Protection



default Black

cover customizable

Operating Temperature Range

-40/+85 °C

Storage Temperature

-40/+85 °C

Detection Height

0 / 90 cm



Radio Technology


Frequency Band

868 MHz

Output Power

+14 dBm


-148 dBm

Range - In field

in open air without obstacles

up to 15 km

Range - Urban Area

depending on terrain and building


up to 5 km

Battery Type

Lithium Thionyl Chloride

Battery Life Estimate

7 Years


CE Pending

Sensors equipped

Ultrasonic radar


Lora Park

LoRa Park

The LoRa Park was developed in partnership with Kiunsys - www.kiunsys.com - and uses LoRa technology to communicate with the gateway installed in the local region.

LoRa™ - Long Range - is a modulation technique that ensures more competitive long-range communications compared with current technology.

In Europe, the LoRa communication channel uses unlicensed 868 MHz frequencies (868-870 MHz SRD band, ETSI compliant), and the sensor is configurable on 16 channels.

The LoRa Park has both a magnetometer sensor and an ultrasonic sensor within the same product, and detects the presence of a vehicle or object in the parking area being monitored.

The software installed enables auto-calibration and, thanks to the intelligent use of the two sensors, can detect objects, even non-metallic ones, obstructing the use of the parking area.

The LoRa Park thus enables objects obstructing the space to be detected, such as snow, refuse, bins, leaves, objects placed to wrongfully reserve the space, etc.

LoRa long-range radio technology enables the sensor to send the free/occupied status of the parking area to a gateway and then to the cloud platform.

Sensor and vehicle communicate using Bluetooth via an app on the user’s smartphone.