The MPR series is designed to control pedestrians entering or exiting restricted areas, usually under surveillance, in low security situations. Personal surveillance is therefore recom- mended as the barrier can be breached.
The aisle is blocked by means of a retractable triangular wing made of an aluminum core construction covered by PU-foam. Alternatively an acrylic glass wing is available. Two different models allow two different passage widths (520mm and 960 - 990mm).
The MPR series can be used in bidirectional applications to control the entry and exit with only one line. A line or instal- lation consists of at least two modules.
Housing and quality
The housing made of stainless steel is separated into three segments. The locked middle segment contains the controller and the drive unit. Access control devices (such as card readers, finger print readers etc.) can be installed on a stainless steel fascia panel located at each end segment. These segments also contain the Gate End Displays showing the current operational state to the user. The housing offers protection class IP 32.
Motor and control unit
The MHTMTM motor with sensor technique offers almost silent operation. The motor allows a direct drive of the rotating center without additional gearing. It operates under constant power and thus prevents condensation and prolongs the life of the motor. In connection with the universal MBC controller we can provide features that are very useful and expedient for our customers.
The standard wing for the MPR series is made of an aluminium core construction covered with PU-foam. This patented pending construction allows to block even an passage of 960 to 990 mm with the slim housing width of 280 mm. Furthermore, a significant increase of the opening und closing time can be achieved, resulting in a much better tailgating behavior. Alternatively, acrylic wings may be used (for passage widths of 520mm only).
Persons passing the gate are monitored by eight photocells. They detect the direction and pre- vent closure as long as a person or object is within the safety zone. The gate closes automatically when the lane is cleared. Unauthorised attempts at access/passage are detected and can trigger an alarm signal. In the event of a power failure or in an emergency the gate opens to provide free passage.