Full height turnstile
for entertainment venues - to meet all requirements
Single, full height turnstile equipped with one, four-section rotor and steel panel for reinforcement of the gate construction and safety. The device designed to assist pedestrian access control at guarded passage ways. Examples of use: points of ticket control and access control for passenger traffic; airports/seaports; passages for authorised personnel, directing passanger traffic; points of access control in secured buildings (e.g. state offices such as border crossing points, other services); points of ticket control and fees at museums, theatres, cinemas, exhibitions, fair areas, show facilities, paid toilets, points of ticket control at sports facilities, e.g. swimming pools, stadiums, other sports and show facilities; access and time attendance control points in working places, e.g. offices, dedicated areas in factories.
NEW ELECTRONIC SYSTEMThe display allows you to change the configuration by setting in the program MENU. Readable MENU along with the possibility of changing many parameters of the device.
LED PICTOGRAMSVisual information identifies unlocking or locking status of the device arms’ movement. Green arrow indicates that the mechanism locking system is unlocked. Red cross indicates that the mechanism locking system is locked.
ENTRY AND EXIT CONTROLThe device’s mechanism is equipped with a system supporting pedestrian traffic control in both traffic directions (entry/exit from the control zone).
BACKWARD MOTION LOCKINGLocking the backward motion disables the arms rotation in the direction opposite to the one defined by the external controlling device. The blockade is to make it difficult to pass 2 people on the basis of a single authorization signal for the transition from an external device..
ARM MOTION BOOSTERThe mechanism of the device is equipped with an electromechanical system supporting the rotary movement of the arms. This system, after applying force to the rotor’s arm (thrust), switches on the engine, which helps rotate the rotor to the starting position.