DG7 pay-and-display parking Meter
The DG7 Strada Pay-and-Display meter is the newest generation of Parkeon Strada Pay-and-Display parking meters constructed to meet a variety of diverse parking needs. The DG7 Pay-and-Display meter is the most popular multi-space meter solution in Canada, with the largest installation base being in North America. Precise is the exclusive Parkeon Strada distributor for Canada.
The DG7 Pay-and-Display meter provides the following upgrades to DG4 Pay-and-Display meter:
- Operates autonomously with solar power and wireless communications
- Features a capacitive keyboard for easy conversion into Pay-by-License Plate configuration
- Utilizes wireless communication for online credit card authorization
- Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant and PA-DSS certified
- Integration with proposed TelePark Pay-by-Phone, parking Validations for special events and enforcement applications
- Fully compliant with provincial accessibility requirements (AODA compliance)
- Unparalleled solar power operation
Precise clients benefit from the DG7 Pay-and-Display meter:
- Increasing commercial parking capacity by 10-15%
- Providing the highest security and cash-handling features within the industry
The ParkFolio Web is a Central Management System developed to meet the following key objectives:
- Equipment communication (status/ alarms)
- Report generation
- Trend analysis
- Parking revenue maximization
- Traffic flow maximization
✓ Wireless communications
✓ Improved data security
✓ Increased flexibility for software programming
Q: How does Precise ParkLink know when to service and provide maintainance for the DG7 Pay-and-Display parking meter?
A: Precise ParkLink utilizes the ParkFolio Web and Central Management System to send alerts addressing maintenance requirements.
Q: What is the coldest temperature the DG7 Pay-and-Display parking meter can operate in without an external heater?
A: The DG7 Pay-and-Display meters are designed to operate under extreme cold conditions, and continuously operate under solar power without an external heater, at temperatures as low as -36°C.