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Flap Barries
The retractable flap Barrier controls pedestrian access between public and secure areas. The barrier lane uses an array of optical sensors to determine the number and direction of persons passing through the lane. The barrier uses a retractable flap to block the pedestrian’s path. The barrier is able to authorize passage to persons presenting a valid electronic security card (or other authentication device). The barrier can integrate with the building access control system.
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PG 1

Full-Height Turnstile - Single Passage 3 Sections

The retractable flap Barrier controls pedestrian access between public and secure areas. The barrier lane uses an
array of optical sensors to determine the number and direction of persons passing through the lane. The barrier
uses a retractable flap to block the pedestrian’s path. The barrier is able to authorize passage to persons presenting
a valid electronic security card (or other authentication device). The barrier can integrate with the building
access control system.

Controller
An industrial computer (PLC) is used. This allows flexibility for software upgrades or adjustable timers.

Operation modes
The barrier provides bi-directional access control. Each direction may be in one of three states:-
. Free passage: all person are authorized to pass under all conditions
. Controlled access: each person must use a card reader before being authorized to pass Lane closed: no persons are authorized to pass, and security cards are ignored

Configuration
It is possible to control the barrier (set free passage/ card access/ lane closed mode, clear alarms, manually authorize
access for a single person) by all of the following methods:-
• From the access control system
• From a desktop-mounted control panel

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PG 2

Flap Pedestrian Barrier

PG 2 flap pedestrian barrier designed for prevent tallgating access control of pedestrians in both derictions of passage

Safety
PG2 uses 26 optical sensors transmitter and receiver type. The sensors are positioned at three different heights to defend against people trying to roll/crawl through the lane without being detected. The sensors are positioned at approximately ankle height, knee height, and waist height. The barrier uses 6 optical sensors to prevent barrier closure on a per while inside the lane.

Physical design
PG2 housing made from grade 304 stainless steel with hairline finish. There are no visible fasteners. The standard shape is a rectangular with funnel shaped end modules to guide pedestrians into the lane.

Function
PG2 provided bi-directional access control. Each direction may be in one of three states:-
• Free passage: all persons are authorized to pass under all conditions
• Controlled access: each person must use a card reader before being authorized to pass
• Lane closed: no persons are authorized to pass and security cards are ignored

It is possible to control the barrier (set free passage/card access/lane closed mode, clear mode, clear alarms, manually authorize access for a single person) by all of the following methods:-
• From the access control system
• From a desktop mounted control panel

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