TRS BIKE security turnstiles are designed to ensure access control for both pedestrians and cyclists.
Totally autonomous and robust, they are particularly designed for the outdoor security of sensitive, high-traffic sites, such as industrial, sports and commercial complexes, offices, airports, power stations, amusement parks, military bases, car parks, etc.
TRS BIKE turnstiles consist of a single gate TRS 370 turnstile with 3 wings for pedestrian management and a motorised bi-directional gate for the passage of a bicycle or any other micro-mobility device.
Its design makes it a perfect match for the TRS 37x turnstile range for side-by-side or remote installation. Since it is completely autonomous, the TRS BIKE turnstile can be installed at the right or left end of an existing TRS 37x turnstile array or inserted in the middle of an array. The operating mode of the equipment does not make it possible to guarantee a single passage after opening the bicycle gate.
The rotation control mechanism for the TRS 37x part and for the control of the bike gate are the result of many years' experience in the development and manufacture of access control equipment and the marketing of tens of thousands of units worldwide.
A large number of options are available to cover all cases likely to be encountered in pedestrian access control: Twilight switch to operate the lighting, heating element, functional pictograms coupled with reader operation, canopies, reader housing.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS (STANDARD)
Power supply (*) Single phase 120 / 240 V single-phase - 50/60 Hz
Power consumption at rest 54 W
Power consumption in operation 111 W
Operating temperature from -10 to +50°C
Max. relative humidity 95%, without condensation
Net weight 370 kg (without the canopies)
USE OF THE TRS 370 ALONE USE WITH THE BICYCLE PART
Flow per lane 15 to 20 passages/min 5 passages/min
MCBF (Mean cycles between failures) With recommended maintenance: 500,000 cycles
MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) 20 minutes
Conforms to EC standards
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Isle of Man
Svalbard and Jan Mayen