|Where the turnstile provides a return signal to the Access Control System to signal that user A has entered or exited the building. If user A then passes his proximity card to user B the access control system will know that this entry is potentially fraudulent and prevent access/egress.
|Where methods have been put in place to avoid unauthorized people gaining access to a secured area by passing through in collusion with another person who does have authorization.
|Where measures have been taken to avoid an unauthorized person following another through a secured entrance way, therefore achieving access without the authorized person’s knowledge or consent.
|The use of biological features i.e. Fingerprints, eyes, voice etc to ensure that the user is carrying their access control card and that fraudulent entry is not being gained by a 3rd party
|The level of force, required by the turnstile user, to collapse the turnstile barrier or barriers to allow emergency escape.
|Indicates whether a particular product is capable of allowing use by a disabled person. Previously this related to The Disability Discrimination Act, 1995. The applicable Act (except in Northern Ireland) is now The Equality Act 2010.
|The exit of a user from a building through a turnstile.
|The turnstile will collapse or release all locking to allow non-secure egress during an emergency situation. Used in the majority of situations as part of a cohesive fire strategy.
|During an emergency situation the turnstile will ensure that any user is not `trapped’ within the unit before locking to ensure that security is maintained in all situations.
|The entry of a user into a building through a turnstile
|Turnstiles that monitor the number of transactions, and detect unauthorized entry and signal this through an alarm of some form rather than a physical barrier.
|A signal or pulse from a turnstile to signify that a user has activated/used/or carried out an unauthorized passage through the units.
|A security measure (normally used to prevent piggy-backing) where the physical volume of the turnstiles user is measured rather than purely the weight.
|A method of preventing piggy-backing by the turnstile weighing the occupant(s) of the turnstile during operation. If the weight exceeds the permissible weight of user, access will be denied.
- TURNSTILES & GATES
- Access Controls
- UHF Readers
- ACCESS LOCKS
- SPECIAL TURNSTILES
- RFID CARDS
- POSTS & COLLECTORS