Access Control Gates / Electric Gate Operators
Gate Access Control System Options
Guest Entry/Exit Systems
When a gate system is set to close after entering the property automatically, the question becomes how the guest or owner can leave the property. An option most commonly used where there is a cement drive or asphalt drive is the free exit loop. An exit loop works like a safety loop; it is magnetic and is in the ground. When a vehicle rolls over this part of the drive, the gate will automatically open. A great option when there is no asphalt or concrete drive is a free exit probe. The free exit probe works when a car passes the buried probe; the gate is triggered and opens for free exiting. If no timer is on the gate, a simple keypad or transmitter can close the gate.
There are many other options for access control with gates, cameras, magnetic locks, long-range transmitters, battery backup, and many more. Give us a call to discuss what system would be best for you!
A turnstyle gate, more commonly known as a turnstile gate, controls access into and out of points of entry. Turnstile gates allow only one person to pass through an access point at a time and can come in many forms. Also, they can be one-directional or bi-directional and are used more frequently now as the benefits of access control are becoming more understood worldwide.
Turnstile gate access control gates are perfect for corporate lobbies, construction sites, stadiums or any other place where access control is desired. They can be used for security, crowd control, pedestrian counting, and credential checking. Turnstile gates are a versatile solution to many access control problems.