GA2-T turnstiles are designed for assisting pedestrian access control at guarded passage ways, inside buildings and on the
outside. Devices are intended for cooperation with electronic systems of pedestrian traffic and personal access control. Controlling devices (i.e. reader, button, electronic control, infrared remote control) can be attached to the gate. Devices are intended for continuous operation and they may be used in high density of pedestrian traffic zones.
The device’s main application is to support pedestrian traffic control on site of airports (e.g. authorised personnel only passageways, as well as directing passenger traffic), at railway stations (e.g. points of ticket control/access control and passenger traffic), points of access control in public utility buildings, points of ticket control and fees (e.g. to sports facilities, show facilities, exhibitions, theatres, cinemas), access and time attendance control points in working places (e.g. dedicated areas in factories, offices).
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VISUAL INFORMATION (PICTOGRAMS)
Visual information identifies unlocking or locking status of the device arms’ movement. Green arrow informs that
the device’s unlocking status is active (the arms rotation is impossible). Red cross informs about the status of
locking arms movement/rotation for the traffic defined direction.
ENTRY AND EXIT CONTROL
The device’s mechanism is equipped with a system supporting pedestrian traffic control in both traffic directions (entry/exit from the control zone). In case of pedestrian traffic “collision”, the chip remembers external signals received alternately.
LOCKING THE BACKWARD MOTION
Locking the backward motion disables the arms rotation in the direction opposite to the one defined by the external controlling device.
SUPPORTING ARMS ROTARY MOTION
Supporting arms rotary motion is a mechanical system supporting arms positioning to the default position, so called locked position.
(1) Top cover made of stainless steel. After opening, access to the device’s mechanism is possible. (2) Housing lock protecting against unauthorised persons’ access (key lock). (3) Housing, depending on a version it is made of AISI 304 type steel, painted steel or zinc steel (4) Information pictograms - identify status of the mechanism’s locking for each direction (green arrow/red cross). (5) Arms connector and arms (mechanism covered with a cover made from black ABS. (6) Gate’s arms are made of AISI 304 type steel covered with black covers. Green arrows on a drawing identify direction of pedestrian traffic control (arms rotation), orange arrow identifies the arms falling direction for gates with DA function — so called ‘Drop Arm’ function. (7) Features fixing the housing to the foundation.
CONTROL MODULE FUNCTIONS
MANUAL OF INSTALLATION
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|Power supply voltage||24VAC|
|Maximum power consumption||
|Maximum current consumption||2A|
|Steering signal||(max. 0.5 sec)|
|Operation temperature||0o do +50o C|
|Storage temperature||- 30o do +60o C|
|Operation environment||in and outside of buildings|
|IP protection rate||IP 44|
|Net weight||40 kg|