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If you read my posts, then you will know I think pretty much the same way you do LOL!
Originally posted by andpau66
Those boxes are for mind control used by the reptilian grey alien things secretly running the new world order that no one has any proof of and has been talking about for years and yet still nothing.
Quickly begin smashing all those grey boxes (WHY do you think they are GREY?! coincidence? I think not ). If anyone tries to stop you they HAVE to be aliens so I think we all know what you have to do to them.....
Can't hold it in anymore...
TRAFFIC DATA LOGGER (TDL) FOR TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION
The Truvelo TDL-500 provides accurate, reliable, high-speed Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) data. Such data provides authorities with reliable statistics in order to monitor the damage factor on road network systems and then carry out road design and rehabilitation programs.
Data from the TDL-500 is used for many different applications, including:
* Road pavement design and planning
* Predicting levels of pollution in tunnels based on actual vehicle weights
* Axle load monitoring and screening
* Recording of relative load movements
The TDL-500 takes data from inductive loops and sensors that are either placed on top of the road pavement (for portable applications) or are mounted in the pavement in stainless steel pans in order to monitor axle loading (for permanent sites). The road sensors cover a maximum of four traffic lanes.
The TDL-500 combines the sensor information into a default data string consisting of such vehicle data as number, chassis height, speed, length, class, number of axles, axle weight, as well as data such as weight violations, bridge overloading, arrival date and time, lane number, travel direction, trailer present, etc.
The stored data can be extracted via the instrument display, sent to a paper printer or transferred to a computer via direct RS232 connection or modem.