Depending on the application, products from our modular system can be selected and combined in such a way that a tailor-made customer solution is created in terms of functionality and costs. Five typical application scenarios are shown below.
Flat rate parking with fixed price for daily parking
The coin payment is optionally made before entering or leaving the site. The barrier opens directly after the fixed price is paid at the entry or exit terminal. The integrated electronic coin validator accepts different coins and tokens, the fixed price can be adjusted on site.
Exclusive customer parking - free of charge for customers
This slim and cost-effective parking solution provides exclusive parking spaces for customers. Customers have free exit after the barcode ticket has been discounted at the reception or at the customer's cash desk.
Paid parking in mixed operation - direct payment at the exit terminal
Parking spaces in mixed operation are shared by residents, patients as well as hotel and supermarket customers. By the use of discounters, individual payment concepts for a parking space can be realized. At the exit column, the parking time-dependent costs are determined and any discounts are taken into account. If the free parking time has been exceeded or a discount is missing, the remaining amount can be paid directly at the exit by appropriate coin or credit card payment.
PAID PARKING LOT IN MIXED OPERATION - PAYMENT AT THE PAY STATION
The EMS-4000 pay station in combination with the entrance and exit terminals represent a holistic self-service payment system for managed parking spaces. At the pay station EMS-4000, the parking fees can be conveniently paid with coins, banknotes or EC and credit cards. The integrated thermal printer provides receipts and cash reports on request.
PARKING SPACE WITH OPTIONAL BILLING OF KWH - INTEGRATION OF E-LOADING STATIONS
E-charging stations can be user-friendly integrated into the Beckmann parking system: The barcode ticket is simply scanned at the wall terminal of the e-charging station. The charging station is then released and the charging process starts by plugging in the charging plug. The combined payment process (parking time + power consumption) takes place as usual at the EMS-4000 pay station after returning to the parking lot.
For parkings onstreet, parking tickets with printed validity periods are used. The customer pays the ticket at the pay station EMS-700, EMS-800 or EMS-4000 and places it behind the windshield.