Flap Turnstile Access Control System JDYZ-2
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The flap turnstile access control system provides rapid throughput for applications demanding ultra-high-speed access and moderate degrees of security.
Flap turnstile access control system JDYZ-2 series includes a number of operational modes and features that offer an excellent balance of safety, security, and rapid user throughput. The moving panels of the access control turnstile are immediately stopped whenever a person or item is detected by the infrared sensors, which are continually being watched. The barrier panels fold to allow unrestricted passage in the case of a power outage or emergencies like a fire or earthquake that call for a quick evacuation. And the optical sensors detect an illegal passage attempt and trigger an internal alarm if an unauthorized user tries to enter without authorization or tailgate on a valid entry.
The housings are made of high-quality stainless steel, which is offered in two widths for regular or wheelchair-accessible pathways. The robust drive motors are extremely quiet, energy-efficient, and require no maintenance, and their sensitive impact detection effectively prevents injuries and property damage. All common ticket systems can be used to operate the integrated control system, which comes with bidirectional operation as standard. In addition, the physical barrier immediately retracts into the housing to offer a free passageway in the event of a power outage.
The flap turnstile system JDYZ-2 series feature simplified designs and more contemporary appeal to keep up with current architectural trends. They are frequently used in stadiums, office buildings, data centers, and corporate lobbies. They have highly quick throughput, thus subways and other public transit hubs frequently use them as well.
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Flap Turnstile Access Control System Features
1. Fast user throughput
2. Silent control for precise positioning
3. Card in/card out; card in/free exit; either or both directions closed for use
4. Automatic opening in case of power failure or emergency alarm trigger
5. Infrared sensors prevent retractable panel impact with persons or objects
6. Provides reliable access control with low maintenance.
7. Highly intuitive LED-illuminated user graphics
8. Integrates easily with access control systems
9. Anti-fraud system with audible warning and detection of attempted tailgating, backward entry, and attempted passage without validation.
10. Provides a larger passage width of 900mm for easier access of disabled personnel even maintenance carts.
Flap Turnstile Access Control System Applications
Airport and port areas
Flap Turnstile Access Control System Parameters
|Housing Material||#304 stainless sheet|
|Dimension||1200 x 300 x 980mm|
|Power Supply||AC220V / AC110V, 50/ 60 Hz|
|Drive Motor||DC 24V brush motor|
|Pass Speed||40 persons per minute|
|Input signal optional||Dry contact signal or +12V level signal or DC12V pulse signal|
|Arm drop when power failure||Yes|
|Open Time||0.2 second|
|Life Cycle||3 million times|
|Working Environments||Indoor, outdoor (with shelter)|
The System Diagram
How does the flap turnstile access control system work?
When closed, the wedge-shaped acrylic or glass wings of the flap turnstile access control system join together to form a blockage; when opened, the wings fully retract into the cabinet. Before the wings close back, the pathways are controlled by optical sensors to guarantee sufficient access clearance and the pedestrian’s safety. The access control flap turnstile is built with common interfaces to connect with different dry contact access control systems. The optical turnstile’s motorized barriers must be retracted into the cabinet to allow a single passage in the desired direction. To enter, users must first display a valid credential. The security turnstile‘s sensors detect attempts to pass illegally and trigger an internal alarm whenever an unauthorized user tries to enter without permission or tailgates a legitimate entry. It allows for either unidirectional or bidirectional traffic flow, and swings freely retract in an emergency or when power is lost.