- Car parks
- Shopping centers
- Commercial buildings
- Industrial sites
- Residential buildings
1. Control traffic flow:
2. Improved security:
3. Make money on car park spaces:
4. Save money on security costs:
5. Efficient use of space:
6. Easy exit in case of power failure:
A. Hand-operated barriers
A. Electro Mechanical Barriers
- Ensure that the 220V power supply is isolated at the source.
- Position the barrier on the plinth (provided by other) and square it up. Mark the holes before removing barrier.
- Make sure that there is not drilled further then the correct depth to clear the conduit inside the concrete mounting base. To ensure this, mark the drill bit to ensure that the correct depth is achieved
- Now the barrier can be removed and holes can be drilled ØXYmm x XYZmm deep.
- Insert the anchors into the holes.
- Place the drop arm barrier back into place and fix down with M10 x XYmm couch screws
- Place reflector in line with the beam and fix by means of either double sided tape or silicone.
- Prior to installation, ensure Loop detector connections, Traffic Light, Photo Sensors.
- Find correct position of install Reader, Remote Switch & Host workstation.
- Check that the wire connectors are firmly attached.
- Check that the terminals are fully tightened.
- Check that the insulation of the wires is in good condition and that no conductors are exposed.
- Check the mechanism fittings; screw and encoder grub screws are tight.
- Carry out general testing as previously advised.