The motor-driven man-height portal turnstile
In normal operation, an electric brake holds the drum in its blocking position.
Upon reception of a release signal from the reader system or an optional external manual control, the brake is released, allowing turning the drum in the preset direction.
Application of slight pressure triggers the driving motor, which turns the drum by 120°. Internal sensors prevent injuries from the turning bars running against the backs of passing pedestrians.
After completion of the transit, the turnstile sends a signal to the reader.
Powered off, the turnstile arms can be turned manually with little force.
The 120° pitch ensures high comfort and secure separating of persons.
The design prevents climbing over the turnstile.
|Power supply:||230 V AC 50 - 60 Hz|
|Power consumption||50 VA max|
|Operating temperature||-25°C to +40°C|
|Outer / Inner width:||1.612 mm / 640 mm|
|Reader interface:||Floating contacts|
|Material:||CrNi-Steel type 1.4301 Aluminium, powder-coated|