Sliding gates, also referred to as full-height sliding gates or sliding optical turnstiles, are excellent crowd control solutions for access control, directing visitors, and passage into secured areas. They offer contactless access control and comfortable passage at a relatively quick speed, preventing lines at the entrance and exit. They are typically constructed with a sophisticated appearance, completely fitting into the aesthetics of the surrounding space, and they come with high transparent glass baffles, thereby stopping individuals from crawling or climbing over them. Additionally, sliding gate turnstiles are constructed from premium stainless steel and have intuitive colored LED lights that direct people from the authorized side to the secured side in a quick, quiet, and energy-efficient manner.
A high-density matrix of infrared beams operates sliding gate turnstiles, effectively monitoring users' progress through the security turnstile lane, opening the channel for free access upon receiving a valid open signal, and immediately closing after passage. Any attempt by an unauthorized user to tailgate an authorized entry or unauthorized entry will be detected and an alert will ring. In addition, they use superior DC brushless motors and cutting-edge positioning technology to make sure the gates can move swiftly and precisely, steadily, and for a longer period of time.
Security sliding gate turnstiles combine a high bidirectional flow of traffic with high levels of security. They efficiently organize passageways with increased requirements for design and comfort of passage, and they flexibly integrate various access control devices with dry contact output to support multiple verification methods. They have been shown to be a good option for situations requiring high architectural aesthetic standards without sacrificing security.
With excellent production and R & D capabilities, Jayda company manufactures and supplies a variety of sliding gate turnstiles with variable prices and designs for use in various applications. Every year, we work hard to develop turnstile sliding gates with fashionable designs. We also offer customizing services based on customer needs.
What is a turnstile with a sliding gate?
A sliding gate turnstile is another classic type of optical turnstile that is made to control the flow of authorized pedestrians and prevent illegal entry. It offers quick, easy, and secure entry when combined with an array of optical sensors to determine whatever direction people are moving through the lane. The sliding gate optical turnstile has tempered glass sliding flaps that can be closed straight down and are what set it apart from other waist-high turnstiles. Because they are impossible to climb over, these glass sliding panels offer a higher level of security than other waist-high optical turnstiles. It can be used with a variety of access control systems and will automatically open in an emergency or during a power failure. In addition, such an optical sliding turnstile is a perfect solution for office buildings, business centers, and public buildings because of its fast throughput, dependability, and beautiful design. It is the ideal answer for situations where access security is required.
How does a sliding gate turnstile work?
The sliding gate turnstile is equipped with sliding flaps that move in both directions and are horizontally closed. A barrier separating the secured area from the public area is created when the sliding flaps are closed. The wings completely retract into the cabinet when it is opened, allowing unobstructed passage. To ensure that only one person enters at a time with each allowed credential, it is equipped with infrared sensors. When pedestrians present valid identification upon arrival, the optical sliding turnstile will open to allow unrestricted passage. To stop illegal passage or tailgating, the closure occurs immediately after passage or after a customizable holding-open period. Depending on the height of the sliding flaps, the opening and shutting times can be programmed. The obstacles can be unlocked with a single push to automatically open in an emergency or during a power outage.
The types of sliding gate turnstiles
Sliding gate turnstiles can be classified into two categories based on the drive motors.
Brush motor sliding turnstile gates: operate with a DC24V brush motor and are perfect for crowd control management.
Brushless motor sliding turnstile gates:uses a DC24V brushless motor and boasts quick opening speed, barrier-free operation, quiet operation, safety, simplicity, and ease of maintenance. Because of the structure's simplicity, modular design, and easier upkeep. It is more efficient than brush motors, has no wear, makes no noise, and has a significantly longer lifespan.
A brushless motor sliding turnstile gate is more expensive than a brush motor sliding turnstile gate in terms of cost and pricing.
What are the advantages of sliding gate turnstile?
1. Has a strong physical barrier that effectively prevents individuals from climbing or crawling over it, increasing security;
2. offer quick, secure, and practical transit;
3. In the event of a power outage, doors will automatically retract for a clear path, allowing for quick evacuation;
4. Easy to use and maintain obstacle safety detection with an audible alarm;
5. With a number of operating models and features, it may be configured to be bi-directional access or exit by sensors;
6. Featuring mechanical double anti-folding and infrared photo beam sensors, efficiently protects users against injury.
7. Auto-reset, dual anti-pinch, anti-reverse intrusion, and stop illegal access;
8. Voice notification of unauthorized use.
What are the benefits of installing a sliding gate turnstile?
There are many benefits to installing a sliding gate turnstile both for users and the business where it is installed. It allows automated access control, without the need for people in charge of monitoring access, avoids intrusions, and increases security. it is useful for separating restricted-access areas and helps to manage the control of employees entering and leaving.
Can the sliding gate turnstile be integrated with the third-party access control system?
Yes, it integrates easily with facility access control and visitor management systems through standard dry contact inputs and outputs.