Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile Swing Security Turnstile

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Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile Swing Security Turnstile
  • Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile
  • Optical Swing Barrier Turnstile
  • Optical Swing Turnstile Barrier
  • Optical Turnstile Swing Barrier

The slim swing barrier optical turnstile swing security turnstile is designed with a modern look modern blending into the aesthetics of the surrounding space.


Swing barrier optical turnstile JDBZ-23 uses an advanced brushless DC motor that is dependable and ensures quiet operation. It also uses DC dynamic coding control technology to ensure silent control and turnstile stability during variable speed movement. By providing a variety of operational modes, such as regulated passage, free passage, and visitor, pedestrian traffic can be effectively managed in a variety of circumstances. The optical turnstile swing barrier may be used in any upscale commercial or institutional setting thanks to its rapid throughput, superior barrier deterrent, and optical tailgate detection.

Optical swing turnstile barrier JDBZ-23 provides bi-directional entry control when used in conjunction with an access control device with a dry contact output. In the event of a power outage or other emergency, the barrier automatically opens to allow free passage. It is frequently used for a variety of applications, including company foyers, data centers, government buildings, and fitness centers, due to its attractive and stylish design and quick throughput.

Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile Features

1. Smooth and fast opening of barriers
2. Solution for disabled and trolley access
3. Free egress in emergencies or loss of power
4. Quick and precise panel movement and alignment
5. Motorized panels open quickly and smoothly away from the user
6. Slim cabinet allows optical turnstile use in compact spaces
7. Upscale look suitable for any premium lobby
8. Run more smoothly and stop quickly after being blocked
9. Streamlined design with a more modern aesthetic
10. Adopt more reasonable electric control and layout to improve the protection level

Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile Applications

Large venues
Commercial buildings
Fitness center

Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile Parameters

 Housing Material  #304 stainless sheet
 Dimension  1400 x 200 x 980mm
 Power Supply  AC220V / AC110V, 50/ 60 Hz
 Channel Width  600~900mm
 Drive Motor  DC 24V brushless motor
 Pass Speed  30 ~35 persons per minute
 Input Interface  Dry contact signal or +12V level signal or DC12V pulse signal
 Rotating Direction  Bi-directional
 Communication interface  RS485
 Gate open when power failure  Yes
 Open Time  0.2 second
 Life Cycle  3 million times
 Working Temperature  -30°C~+70°C
 Working Environments  Indoor, outdoor (with shelter)


The Design

Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile Design

The System Diagram

Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile System Diagram

Project Cases

Swing Barrier Optical Turnstile System Applications


What are the advantages of using a swing barrier optical turnstile?

1. Improve security levels

Swing barrier optical turnstiles ensure that only authorized individuals enter the building one at a time, offering a high level of security in crowded facilities. trespassers being restricted, tailgating, and crowding are all prevented. Such a security turnstile is typically used to manage pedestrians and control the flow of traffic by allowing or prohibiting entry or leave based on the identification that is supplied. A valid credential must be presented in order to walk through a pedestrian turnstile, which tells the barriers to open and let one person pass before locking them again right away. An attempt at unlawful entrance will result in an alarm, which will notify the user and the control center of the dispute.

2. Flexible integrated with access control Systems

Security system administrators can easily integrate a swing barrier optical turnstile with an access card/biometric reader and a face recognition terminal depending on the operational requirements. In commercial and industrial facilities, this technique dramatically decreases the requirement for receptionist hiring and saves time for workers and employees.

The access control system communicates with the turnstile when a user presents a credential to determine whether or not the credential is valid and whether or not the passage is permitted. The turnstile immediately notifies the access control system that a passage has taken place once it has happened. The turnstile alerts the access control system when a user presents faulty credentials, informing them that their credentials were rejected. The turnstile and access control system can work together when an alarm is triggered at the turnstile to alert security, turn on surrounding cameras, and lock down the appropriate turnstiles and secondary doors.

3. Improve Operational Flexibility

Different user categories are authorized to enter through the automatic turnstile by bar-code, magnetic stripe, proximity cards, or facial recognition since the swing barrier optical turnstile has the standard interface to interact with a variety of access control systems via dry contact. On the other hand, electronic turnstiles can be set up in a single direction or a bi-directional traffic mode depending on the actual applications. Passage modes, such as free pass, regulated passage, or locked down, are separate for each direction. When consumers do not need to take their cards out to exit, the free pass option, which permits admission without authorization, is frequently employed. Before allowing admission, controlled passage requires a legitimate credential. Even when a legitimate credential is supplied, locked down mode keeps the door locked and does not let admission. For some projects, providing broader pathways for the disabled is an effective and efficient approach to ensure that they enjoy equal rights; longer swings can be added without additional fees, fitting nicely with such requirements. In addition, these automated turnstile barriers can be set up to be fail-safe or fail-secure, permitting or disallowing any access or exit via the entrance in the event of a power outage or other emergency, fulfilling the requirements of security levers for various applications.


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