The MicroTally-14 is a turning movement counter primarily used to manually count vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycle movements in intersections.
However, the Microtally-14 is far more versatile than that. It can be used in nearly any tally (or counting) situation that you might have, assuming the keypad layout makes sense.
WinTally is the windows software used to download and create reports from the MicroTally-14 data.
We also have our new MicroTally-18! The only difference between the MicroTally-14 and MicroTally-18 are the number of buttons on the unit. The MicroTally-14 has 14 buttons (12 intersection, plus the A and B buttons). The MicroTally-18 has 18 buttons (12 intersection, 4 corner buttons, plus the A and B buttons).
|Size||5.875" x 3.5" x 0.85" (14.92cm x 8.89cm x 2.16cm)|
|Weight (with battery)||12.8oz (363g)|
|Material||Machined Aluminum Black Anodized|
|Temperature Range||-20°F to 155°F (-28°C to 68°C)|
|Power||3.6VDC AA Lithium Battery|
|Battery Life||Approx. 5 Years|
|Recording Indicator||Audible Beeps (if volume is off LED will flash)|
|Volume Control||Push Button (7 volume levels, including no sound)|
|Number of Buttons||14|
|Memory||540K Flash (approx. 180,000 button presses)|
|Recording Method||Raw Time-stamp Data|
|Time resolution||0.0625 seconds|
|Download Interface||RS-232 115,200 Baud|