Posted by Admin on May, 14, 2021
When the objective is to monitor the movement of vehicles, you need a boom barrier that is a horizontal bar with vertical movement. Space saving is the biggest advantage of this security equipment that needs only a machine to move the bar up and down to control vehicular movement in parking facilities, level crossings and drawbridges.
For long, boom barriers were used to be hand operated – the bar rests on a pole with a weight tied at the pole end and a rope for movement at the other. The rope is pulled down for closing movement and let free for the opening. Today the weight is replaced with a 24VDC drive unit that moves the bar up and down with little supervision.
The latest design security equipment uses biometric testing to allow free movement of vehicles in a secured area that could be a parking lot of a residential building, mall or a government establishment. The hands-free movement of bar keeps the staff members free to perform necessary safety checks on the vehicles.
Fitted with advanced technology, the automatic electro-mechanical Boom Barriers are fast becoming popular in residential complexes where they are used to improve the safety of movement of private vehicles. They are so easy to use that the staff manning the residential complexes needs little training to operate the boom barriers.
The 24VDC motor provides a multiple access system that includes a push button that makes the simplest system. The security equipment can be changed according to needs like remote control, RFID tags and loop detectors. Convenient installation, operation and maintenance further improve the usability of boom barriers.
Improved functionality increased the demand and the demand inspired the manufacturers to design boom barriers of different sizes to suit individual needs. For example, a boom barrier with a small length can be used to control human access in malls and other areas with high footfall.
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