DG4 Pay-and-Display Parking Meters

Precise ParkLink’s DG4 Pay-and-Display parking meter was the first automated multi-space parking meter ever to be installed in Canada. It has evolved to become the world’s most powerful parking meter with unbeatable reliability, speedy transaction times, secure processing and much more.


parking-meter.jpg

20,000 Pay-and-Display Installations

We are able to offer our customers savings based on the “economies of scale” with the following benefits: reduced product acquisition cost, in-house (i.e., rental, rent to own, leasing, lease to purchase - 30% residuals, and outright purchase) custom financing packages, after a one-year warranty expiration, we offer extended parts warranty at a flat rate per meter.

 
APRP_Exterior_After.jpg

Vandal Resistant & Weather Proof

The parking meters are treated with six coats of weather resistant coating. The weather resistant enamel provides a tough, scratch resistant and easy to clean surface. All external painted surfaces are anti-UV and anti-graffiti and corrosion resistant.

 
parking-meter.jpg

Ultimate Theft Security

Security is a prime consideration in the design of our parking meters. They are tested against the international security standard EN14450, designed to withstand all types of vandalism, in particular, attempted theft of cash contents, use the latest electronic locking technology and provide real time alarms alerting staff when a door is opened.

 
parking-meter.jpg

Robust Reporting

Standard reporting for the DG4 parking meters consist of: real-time transaction information, two-way communications including failures, detailed financial transaction information, revenue collection, cash box levels, coin levels and collection.

 
parking-meter-jpg

Real Time Connection

All parking meters we deploy are connected to our service centre, allowing us to detect and attend to maintenance, out-of-order and collection alarms immediately such as: door open detection, break-in alarm or service agent access, coin collection, coin or card jam, card reader fault, low or out of paper supply, low battery voltage or battery faults, printer failures and much more.

 
canadian-parking-meters.jpg

Withstands Canadian Climate

Our parking meters are designed to continuously operate in extreme cold weather, rated at -25°C to +55°C, with continuous, sustained operation under solar power operation without an external heater. It can withstand up to 95% relative humidity at +55°C.

 

You may also be interested in...