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Airport security interlocking door PasSec
for access controlnon-returnautomatic

airport security interlocking door
airport security interlocking door
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Characteristics

Domain
for airports
Function
for access control
Other characteristics
non-return, automatic

Description

PasSec Simplified security on arrival Anti-return gates that prevent passengers returning back into secure or sensitive areas once cleared Streamline the Passenger Process Fast and Simple Passage is free with no need for ID or documentation Flexible Control Monitor locally in-person or remotely to minimise staffing levels. Advanced Detection Superior detection algorithm prevents return to secure areas once cleared One-Way Solution Located ideally after Immigration control but before baggage reclaim to prevent passengers collecting luggage and inadvertently attempting to return back to airside. Alternatively, install after customs but before the open landside area to prevent unauthorised access to the baggage claim and any secondary exit duty free areas by the general public. Passage Sensors Different sensors analyse the movement of passengers, detect the direction, position of travel and activate the doors accordingly. Should passage in the reverse direction be deteded, the sensors will instruct the doors to close and trigger an alarm. Sensors detect left luggage. Operating Modes By key selector, the PasSec can be operated in four modes: Automatic: Unidirectional in the exit direction only Interlocking: Unidirectional controlled passage Maintenance: No control in either direction Locked: Walkway closed and locked By means of remote inputs, it is possible to select automatic, interlocked and locked modes, as well as operate both entry and exit doors.

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.