The Differences of Full and Semi-Automatic Tripod Turnstiles
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The differences between fully-automatic and semi-automatic tripod turnstiles
A semi-automatic tripod turnstile gate uses a mechanical anti-tailgating design and two electromagnets to successfully realize that only one person may pass at a time. It also has a specific transmission and locking system to manage entry and exit. After the credential has been approved, the movement’s positioning arm is released, the brake lever is gently pushed to rotate 120 degrees, the electromagnet causes the unlocking arm to unlock, the release brake lever to rotate in one direction, and the user is then able to pass through the passage. The mechanical and electrical control locking structure design prevents illegal bumping and reverse passage if the credential is rejected, cancels authorization for illegal intrusion in a preset time, and inhibits passage if the credential is rejected The waist-high semi-automatic tripod turnstile has an escape control mechanism. When the power is off in an emergency, the central brake lever will automatically lower, making it easy for people to flee quickly and safeguarding personal safety all around.
A fully automatic tripod turnstile gate is an improved version of the semi-automatic tripod turnstile and is the perfect combination of mechanics and electronics. In general, such a fully automatic tripod gate is equipped with a motor that performs all of the turnstile’s functions, controlling the flow of traffic through a single turnstile. As soon as the credential is accepted, the brake lever moves forward 15° to 20°, instructing users to move it slightly forward before passing. The motor then drives the brake lever to move forward smoothly.
Such a fully automatic turnstile will cancel the access within the specified time if the credential is rejected, and the brake lever will be returned to the home position. The mechanical and electrical control locking structure’s design precludes both anti-illegal infiltrations and reverse passage in the event of an illegal intrusion, as well as both at the same time in the event of an alarm. When powered off and on again, it automatically raises its center brake lever and releases its central brake lever. It is very convenient to use because the motor totally drives the rotation of the brake lever. Such an access control turnstile is simple to use and maintain because it is built with a fault self-check and alarm function.
A fully automatic tripod turnstile gate also offers a number of working mode choices that let you set up either single- or bidirectional traffic. The control panel’s keys can be used to change the working mode; The fully automatic tripod turnstile is also appropriate for a variety of public spaces because of its attractive appearance, rust-proof construction, steady operation, low noise, small mechanical gap, lack of impact, anti-collision buffer, and humanized design.
The main difference between fully automatic tripod turnstiles and semi-automatic tripod gate turnstiles is whether they are equipped with motors and the user experience. On the other hand, the cost of a fully automatic one is higher than the semi-automatic one.
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