Fourth generation parking system

US firm Designated Parking says that its fourth generation parking barrier system is simpler to install and stronger than before. The new MySpot 200 parking device is self-powered and remote-controlled and provides greater structural strength to prevent unauthorised parking.
The device features an innovative internal hydraulic system, using the weight of the vehicle being parked to power the unit. The energy is stored within the MySpot 200 device using a patented hydraulic system and is said to be booth maintenance-free and cost-effective for the customer.

The units come complete with an installation package and can be put in place in just 30 minutes, using the supplied bolts and anchors or adhesives. There is no need for excavation or site preparation.

Each unit comes with two keyfobs that provide the remote control. Meanwhile, should excessive force be used against the device a safety feature ensures that no damage occurs to the hydraulic system.
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