Turnstiles

T

version:

ZA2-T

MOTOR

GA2-T

The device designed to assist pedestrian access control at guarded passage ways inside buildings. Possibility to equip with two types of mechanisms: GA2 or ZA2.

Examples of use:

  • points of ticket control and access control for
  • passenger traffic,
  • airports/seaports,
  • passages for authorised personnel, directing passanger traffic,
  • points of access control in secured buildings (e.g. state offices such as border crossing points, other services),
  • points of ticket control and fees at museums, theatres, cinemas, exhibitions, fair areas, show facilities, paid toilets, points of ticket control at sports facilities, e.g. swimming pools, stadiums, other sports and show facilities,
  • access and time attendance control points in working places, e.g. offices, dedicated areas in factories.

Application:

AIRPORTS

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

WORKPLACES

SPORTS ARENAS

Device description

LED pictograms
mechanism
housing finish
lock
arm joint
arm
fastening to the ground

CONTROL: MAGTRONIC

MODES OF OPERATION

EASY CONFIGURATION

LED PICTOGRAMS

ARM BOOSTER

LOCKING SYSTEM

PRECISE ROTOR POSITION MEASUREMENT SYSTEM

ARM DROP FUNCTION (ADDITIONAL OPTION)

SOUND SIGNAL
(ZA2 version)

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RAL 5010

RAL 9003

Gastop

Instructional Videos
Waist High Turnstiles

NEW MECHANISM ZA2

The film describes the differences and common features of the ZA2 and BR2 series turnstiles. Dimensions and weight of devices, mechanism and functions of the individual series of turnstiles.

RUNNING THE ZA2 TURNSTILE

The video shows the start-up process of the ZA2 series turnstile (TM model). We present step by step the steps to be taken – removing the cover, connecting the power supply, configuring electronics, etc.

OPENING THE COVER

The film shows unlocking and opening the cover of the turnstile. The turnstile is equipped with two keylocks. The top cover is also equipped with two or single pictograms. Watch out when opening the top cover not to cut the cables connecting pictograms.

POWER SUPPLY

The film shows how and where to connect power supply. The turnstile is power supplied with 24 Volts. Please use producer recommended power supply (transformer). The distance between power supply and the turnstile shall not exceed 20 meters. The default settings of new turnstiles are: mode of operation – locked for both sides.

CONNECTING CARD READER

The film shows how to connect a card reader input signal to the turnstile. Standard turnstile is not equipped with card readers, extra cables, connectors shown in the film. There are some options that can be changed for reading signals from a card reader – see movies: queue size setup, unlocking time.

QUEUE SIZE SETUP

The film shows how to change the number of card reader’s input signals that are remembered by the turnstile. Standard configuration of queue size is 1 signal (best for ticket systems). The configuration can be changed up to 100 signals (best for places where single card is used to allow passage for more then one person).

FREE ENTRANCE

The film shows how to switch on free entrance mode in chosen direction. Free entrance mode allows to enter without access control system (the passage is unlocked in chosen direction.

FEEDBACK SIGNAL

The film shows how to make cable connections and configure feedback signals. There are several types of feedback signals emitted by the device. The film shows how to configure STR mode (feedback signal is sent after initiating the rotor’s movement).

OPENING TIME

The film shows  how to configure the opening time. The opening time is counted from the moment of receiving the release signal. After the expiration of the time the passage is blocked again. Recommended time is around 7 seconds.

TEST MODE

The film shows how to switch on the test mode. In the test mode the device is working independently. Work parameters are shown on the screen. To cancel the test mode choose Back option. The test mode is used only with devices equipped with a motor.

DROP ARM FUNCTION

The film shows how connect  an emergency button to unlock the passage. The emergency button signal initiates the upper arm to drop. The signal can function in normal closed mode NC or normal opened mode NO. Caution: check local regulations concerning emergency exits in buildings.

HOW TO FIND MANUAL ONLINE

The film shows  how to read QR code placed on the cover of a turnstile, leading to the online manual. To read QR code connection with internet is required. Use any software enable to read QR code.

ZERO POSITION CONFIGURATION

The film shows  how to configure arms positions of a turnstile. The configuration is required for every new electronic unit installed or when new software is uploaded. New turnstiles are delivered with already configured arms positions, so no configuration is required.

Catalogue card

User Manual