Entrapment prevention devices are required in almost all general access automated gate applications. Photo‐cells are used as type B1 (non‐contact sensors) devices. Electric edges are used as type B2 (contact sensors) devices.
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Protect Vehicles and Gate Arms from Damage
Barrier gate arms are often struck by vehicles trying to "beat the gate." Broken or inoperable gate arms result in access control problems for your customers.
Thru Beam Photo Eyes offer a solution to help avoid damage and reduce repair costs. An electrically activated gate edge that attaches directly to the gate arm and Invisi-Guard photo eyes for detection of vehicles entering or exiting the arc of the gate.
ME110 Barrier Arm Sensing Edge
• Touch Sensitive Signalling
• Small Profile
• Easy to Install
• Stock sizes available for same day
• Mounts Vertically or Horizontally
• ANSI/UL325 Recognized Component
ME110 has been independently tested to comply with the UL325
standard for gate safety.
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