Barriers, ASL series
|The new barrier is developed as a part of an efficient barrier car parking control system. You can choose from a variety of solutions ranging from a stand-alone, push-button operated car park to advanced vehicle access control systems for communal parking grounds, hospitals, super-markets and industrial grounds.
Intelligent control unit
The Alphatronics automatic barrier for car parks is equipped with a micro-processor based control unit allowing:
Premium Parking & Tailored Parking
Manage your car parks according to your own needs and wishes etc. Alphatronics Premium Parking is a parking system with software and hardware according to your own configuration.
1.3m high TopLine operating pillar; provided as standard with an OctoLine push button with display and ticket printer.
The entrance terminal is equipped with climate control ensuring a smooth operation of the ticket printer.
Validation / New Ticket
We provide 4 options for this:
1. Printer + validation unit
2. Via PC with hand scanner + printer
3. External integrator (checkout system administrator) prints off codes, connected to our system.
4. Stand alone: for example, neighbouring shop can print out a numerical code cabled or uncabled with a maximum exit time of 30 minutes.
The car park owner can choose: Tickets with numeric code or ticket with barcode.
If Barcoded tickets are chosen, Barcode tickets can be swallowed at the exit station or returned using the barcode reader/swallower.
1.3 high TopLine pillar; provided as standard with a barcode reader/swallower possibly with a receiving bin (for barcode ticket) or code keyboard (for ticket with numerical code) Optional: Octophone®, badge reader (access control for staff, for example, + ATium Acces software for access control)
Premium Parking gives the option, depending on your needs, to choose from various parking scenarios.
1. Free Entry & Controlled Exit
|1.When driving into the car park the barrier opens automatically.||2. Before leaving the visitor collects a ticket with barcode or numerical code at the counter or reception desk.||3. At the exit station he presents the barcode or enters the numerical code to open the barrier.|
2. Controlled Entry & Exit
|1.The visitor pushes the button at the entry station to print a ticket. When removing the ticket the barrier opens.||2.Before leaving the car park the ticket needs to be validated (manually or automatically)||3. At the exit station (s)he presents the barcode or enters the numerical code to open the barrier.|
3. Controlled Entry & Free Exit
|1. A visitor needs access to a certain area. He gets an entry ticket with barcode or numerical code at the counter or reception.||2. At the entry station (s)he presents the barcode or enters the numerical code to open the barrier.||3. When leaving the car park the barrier opens automatically.|