A push button is a simple yet effective form of gate automation. It can be used in applications such as residential estates to industrial warehouses. Customers often use push buttons in combination with their existing automated gates and garage doors as their a cost effective solution when compared with remote controls. Boswen can create a complete solution or renovate your existing automated devices.
These two models are heavy duty tested, and are built to be used hostile environments, such as all-weather outdoors. The controllers have been designed to be the most cost effective anti-vandal solution for outdoor residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
The controllers are capable of handling up to 500 users, with each user capable of being assigned with one or two codes, providing the capability to have three different security levels.
The AC-Q42H keypad contains a built-in proximity card reader enabling dual technology Prox & PIN codes for added security. Housed in a metal resistant enclosure and completely epoxy potted, the AC-Q41H and AC-Q42H are ready to function rain or shine.
Using the 13.56 MHz technology platform, the iCLASSR10 read only contactless smart card reader combines the longer read range of proximity with the power and heightened security of smart card technology, making it ideal for access control applications. Featuring crisp architectural styling, the reader has an elegantly curved faceplate. The high intensity, three color light bar provides clear, visual feedback even in direct sunlight. Selectable, distinct tone sequences indicate status conditions.
A pressure sensor is installed which acts as the trigger to open or close a gate. For example if a car was to drive over this sensor the gate would then get a signal to automatically open, this is convenient for low security settings.
E-locks are a new form of gate automation that utilise electronic signals to open and close a gate or door. A keycard or token would be used as a key which would send a signal to the lock to open or close the door. The system can be calibrated to suit the customers preferences, for example, a school with special needs might request for the doors to automatically lock after closure.
The system also contains a fail-safe system which uses a mechanical mechanism in case of a power outage. Boswen technicians can come up with a complete
Magnetic strips are used to open or close a gate; a simple swipe card or remote is used to automatically operate the device. Its fail-safe mechanism utilises both a mechanical and electrical dual system, in case of power outage.
Boswen can tailor a complete package to suit your building. Our technicians will simply inspect the premises and provide a solution that works best for you.
When manufacturing and installing gates in Melbourne, Boswen aims to achieve the highest possible standards for quality and customer satisfaction.We use only the most durable materials, and all our staff are highly skilled at delivering a service that is second-to-none.