Flap barrier biometric turnstile is constructed to control people entering or exiting the restricted area by biometric access control.
Biometric turnstiles are a type of security turnstile that uses biometric technology to identify individuals before allowing them access to a secure area. Biometric technology refers to the use of unique physical or behavioral characteristics to identify individuals, such as fingerprints, facial recognition, iris scans, or voice recognition. Biometric turnstiles are commonly used in high-security areas, such as government buildings, airports, and research facilities, where access control is crucial.
The biometric turnstile works by requiring individuals to register their biometric data, which is then stored in a database. When an individual approaches the turnstile, they are prompted to present their biometric identifier, such as their fingerprint or face, which is then compared to the stored data. If the biometric data matches, the turnstile will allow the individual to pass through. If the data does not match, the turnstile will deny access.
It is usually used in high pedestrian traffic flow locations in both directions. Flap barrier biometric turnstile have the characteristics of fast opening, safety and convenience. They are ideal management devices for pedestrian high-frequency traffic, and can accurately measure how many people are on the facility and whether there are still people on the facility. It is widely used in airports, subways, metro stations, terminals, scenic spots, and parks.
Flap barrier biometric turnstile Main Features:
High flow rate: 40 people per minute
Sophisticated sensor system to prevent unauthorized access
Optical detection only
Audible card reader tones and visual card reader signals
Finishes, tops, and cladding available in a variety of materials
Pushbutton or remote control available
Permissions validation and anti-tailgating.
Remaining open/closed mode selectable.
The barrier will be open or stop working when people are nipped.
Self-detection, Self-diagnostics, and automatic alarm.
Audible and visual alarm will be triggered when detecting intrusion, tailgating reverse passing, and climbing over barrier.
LED indicates the entrance/exit and passing status.
Fire alarm passing: When the fire alarm is triggered, the barrier will be open automatically for emergency evacuation.
|Flap barrier biometric turnstile
|One / Bi-direction
|Cabinet end style
|Stainless steel #304 1.2mm / 1.0mm
|Blue PC material
|Auto open during emergency
|Fire alarm connection
|Connecting port for fire alarm system
|On top cover & pillar (red / green)
|Drive unit type
|DC brush motor (Default)
|Integrates to access control and fire safety systems
through dry contact
|Electric key switch remote locking or unlocking
|RS485 port for secondary development interface
|Face recognition, IC/ID/HID/RFID/NFC card, QR code scanner, fingerprint, coin collector, ticket collector
Flap barrier biometric turnstile and access control system basic connection diagram:
Applications of Flap Barriers:
A biometric turnstile is needed at premises where varying levels of security are required, especially where it is necessary to restrict, control and manage the access of all people entering. These can be: Banks; Hotels; Airports; Railway and bus stations; Stadiums; Leisure centres; Shopping centres; Industrial/manufacturing premises; Business/enterprise centres; Office buildings.
Project cases of flap barrier gates:
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Edited on March 17, 2023