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XVia

Turnstile for Expo Milano 2015

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XVia is so much more than just a tripod turnstile!
It's a whole new way of managing and controlling people transit. Its round-the clock Ethernet connection enables real-time control of the system's full array of functions.

XVia is c new access-control turnstile designed for Expo Milano 2015.

 

Top features

  • AISI 304 stainless steel outer body.

  • Outer body lock and key protected.

  • Power-mechanism with adjustable torque and speed.

  • Pre-rotatation function that activates once a ticket is cleared for easier user passage.

  • Light signals that make crossing and exit streams more functional.

  • AISI 304 stainless steel tripod arm.

  • Arm drop-away function for opening up passage during emergencies or power outages. the tripod-arm rearms and works again automatically, once normality is restored.

 

Main functions

  • OPEN
    The turnstile freely turns when users push the tripod arm.

  • LOCKED
    The turnstile's rotation is locked and the ticket-reading commands are inhibited.

  • CLEARED
    Clearance to pass is given via command (for example, by entry-accreditation approval or direct command).

  • ENTRY/EXIT COMMANDS
    Access point cleared for user to pass; the power tripod automatically stops once the person has transited through, or, with a preset closing, when no one has transited.

  • EMERGENCY COMMAND
    It overrides all commands including the locking command (for example, open in case of emergency). arm drop-away function for opening up passage during emergencies or power outages.
    the tripod-arm rearms and works again automatically, once normality is restored.