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LED Fee Display - Federal APD

LED Fee Display



  • Superior legibility for motorists with 2.3 inch characters, formed with high intensity LED pixels.
  • Point-of-sale messages include:
  • AMOUNT DUE during the transaction.
  • THANK YOU after the transaction.
  • TIME (in a.m./p.m. format) when idle.
  • CLOSED when not in use.
  • Low profile unit is ideal for booth or pedestal mounting.
  • Weather resistant enclosure.
  • Solid state reliability.
  • Optional 40 Watt heater with power supply.

Enhanced Customer Service

The LED Fee Display provides enhanced customer service with a message display designed specifically for parking point-of-sale systems. Wired directly to the Auditor PowerPad Fee Computer, the remote fee display greatly enhances the speed of transaction processing. This is especially helpful in the noisy environments common in most parking facilities.

Superior Legibility

The LED Fee Display features oversized 2.3 inch characters that are easy to read. The display can be mounted directly on the cashier booth, or can be pedestal mounted. The high intensity LED pixels provide superior legibility for the motorist, even in direct sunlight.

Convenient Messages

The fee display is programmed to provide your patrons with a number of convenient messages. Integrated with the Auditor PowerPad Fee Computer, the LED Fee Display presents the amount due as calculated by the fee computer. After the transaction is completed, the fee display will alternate between the amount paid and a "Thank You" message. The fee display will automatically default to display the current time (in a.m./p.m. format) when the cashier station is idle. When the cashier station is closed, the display will alternate between the current time and a "Closed" message.

Resistant to the Environment

The all aluminum housing is rust resistant for years of carefree operation. The display components and electronics operate in all types of hostile environments and withstand exposure to humidity. Solid state LED display technology and electronics mean less maintenance and reduced life cycle cost. LED manufacturers estimate a 100,000 hour average life. An LED is considered failed when its light output has degraded to 50% of its original intensity.