Reno A&E Loop Detecting Vehicle
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With Reno A&E's founding goal of industry leadership, it was decided to develop the next generation of technology for gate operator inductive loop detection systems. Using Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs), micro controllers, and surface mount technology, Reno A&E engineered a new standard of technology and quality for the gate operator inductive loop detector market. The opener loop detection market quickly adopted this new standard.
Reno A&E's commitment to quality is relevant to its organization goal of "industry leadership" and to the expectations and needs of its commercial and residential customers. Reno A&E's commitment is to provide each customer with the best product possible, at the best price, on time. On 26 January 2000, Reno A&E's Quality Management System received ISO 9001 approval and Reno A&E became an ISO 9001 Registered Company.
Reno A&E is committed to designing and manufacturing the world's finest transportation gate operator entry access control products.
Reno A&E's quality policy is relevant to its organizational goal of "industry leadership" and to the expectations and needs of its customers: "to provide each customer with the best product possible at the best price on time."
Special Orders: All Special Order items require a 50% deposit of the total before ordering. Please call for lead times on Special Order items or request a quote by email or fax. Certain items such as, but not limited to, gate operators, telephone entry systems, card reader systems, access control systems, non-stock transmitters/receivers, any stock or non-stock item we consider to be a special order item, and/or any item being ordered specifically for you are considered a special order. All returns and cancellations within 30 days or exchanges within our 1-year warranty policy are subject to a 25% special order restocking fee. Warranty is void where evidence of misuse or abuse is present.
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