Used in spaces like the banks or corporate headquarters where aesthetic excellence is a priority to impress the visitors. The architects and interior designers have many options to customize this model and create a rich and opulent look.
It integrates with most card-readers and access control system available in the market today.
Thanks to its onboard sensors, top-quality electromechanic components and well-tested design,
this TANSA turnstile provides reliable access control with low-maintenance.
Built-in sensors detect attempst at unauthorized access and prevent tailgating by an alarm and security alert.
Depending on customer choice, this model can have optional warning signs etched on the barrier wing for increased security and enhanced visual appeal.
The sound of the alarm can be configured by the authorized security administrator. The customers can even upload their own alarm sound file to create a truly unique and customized access control system.
BARRIER HEIGHT and WIDTH
At the time of order, the customers can specify the exact barrier height and width they prefer.
The available options are Low, Medium or Tall for height; and 22” or 36” for width.The wider turstiles are handicapped-friendly and provide excellent access for users with special needs.
You can mix and match your optical turnstiles with other turnstile models, like swinggates for example. You can furthermore custom-order different finishes and styles to create a perfect solution for your unique access control needs.
A full height turnstile is a specialized solution. That’s why TANSA maintains a team of knowledgable customer service staff ready to answer all your questions. To make sure that your full height selection fits your installation perfectly and solves your specific access problem, we provide the right consultation and technical specs for your unqualified success. Please check our web site for additional help and resources.
This turnstile allows free exit out of the site or the building in case of a power failure, a feature mandated by law. If the customer wants the turnstiles remain locked during such an emergency, such functionality can be provided as an option, contingent upon the written request of the client. However, once set at the factory, the system then cannot be switched back to the emergency-exit state by the client and it remains locked during all subsequent power failures.
This model is ideal for both unidirectional and birectional passages which can be free or access-controlled. Even though access in both directions can be controlled by a card-reader, the authorized security personnel of the client can override that setting for card-free access during certain times of the day.
For emergency situations like fire or earthquake that necessitate rapid evacuation, this model opens the obstacle wings when it receives a signal from the earthquake detection system. That ensures quick and safe exit from the building or the site. In a similar manner, the wing obstacle opens automatically with one push of a button during protocol events to allow unimpeded access for VIPs and special guests.
The access direction of the turnstile for both entries and exits is determined by internal sensors.
The sensors close the wing obstacle during unauthorized access attemps; it alerts the security by setting off the alarm. Yet, if the sudden closure presents a danger to anybody including those attempting to enter illegally, then the wing does not close but the alarm continues to alert the security staff