Flap Barrier Gate in Turnstile Definition:
Flap barrier turnstiles are electronic optical turnstiles with glass panels (or flaps). These glass panels extend from a pair of optical turnstile cabinets. The panels meet in the middle of the two cabinets to form a pedestrian barrier. A flap barrier turnstile is an aesthetically pleasing security and access control solution.
Flap Barrier Turnstile Variations:
Turnstile Qr Code Reader Flap Barrier Gate turnstiles come in different shapes and sizes. Rectangular, square, and wedge-shaped flaps are common flap barrier shapes. These flap barriers can be waist high or full height, depending on the level of security necessary. Optical turnstile flaps can move by either swinging or retracting to open a lane. Movement, shape, and barrier height are all variations that help tailor flap barrier turnstiles to specific project needs.
Flap Barrier Turnstile Applications:
A Turnstile Qr Code Reader Flap Barrier Gate is used when both heightened security and electronic optical turnstile access control are desired. These turnstiles provide a barrier to entry with a very pleasing and inviting appearance. A flap barrier turnstile is often used in office buildings and reception areas, lobbies, modern subway and transit stations, and other high-end building entrances.
|Material||304 Stainless steel|
|Flap Barrier Length||300-400mm|
|Type||Flap Barrier Turnstile|
|Control direction||Single direction or bi-direction(optional)|
|Alarm||Violence entry and following entry|
|Pass speed||30-45 person/min|
|Working temperature||-15℃ to 70℃|
|Support reading methods||IC/ID/RFID Cards, Fingerprint/Face recognition, Barcode, QR Code, ESD device|
|Extensible function||People counting, Voice Alarm, Image Capture|
|Working humidity||<95%RH. No condensation|