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Access control speed gate TTSCPR3
glassstainless steel

access control speed gate
access control speed gate
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for access control, glass, stainless steel


TTSCPR3 is a compact and elegant glazed speed gate TTSCPR3 is a new fast lane with a glass presentation of the best effect for access control in companies. For your head office, in addition to a badge or biometric pointing system, the TTSCPR3 speed gate offers a high level presence. Compact with its glass surfaces which give it a diaphanous look, its thin boxes offer a feeling of freedom to this efficient and safe passage obstacle. An ideal gate for the access of company employees and fitness sports club members. A diaphanous glass speed gate The structure of the TTSCPR3 access control fast lane consists of a thin stainless steel frame supporting a large glass surface which offers a feeling of space and freedom. An indisputable plus for the entrance hall of the head office of a company which will present a modern and diaphanous appearance. The fast lane boxes are thin and compact TTSCPR3 is made up of boxes of exceptionally fine width which reinforce the modernity of this automatic turnstile. The length of the boxes has also been reduced to a minimum in order to save the space occupied by the access control system. Detection of passage by photocells The passage of users through the rotative speed gate is detected by photocells connected to the electronic management board. This one has advanced algorithms allowing to leave the glass doors open only the time necessary to cross the obstacle. They then close automatically as soon as the person has crossed to the other side. The management offered by the TTSCPR3 speed gate discriminates the arrival of two people face to face.
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