FirstLane

The FirstLane swing door speedgate offers unbeatable value for money whilst ensuring safety and quality have not been compromised. Thanks to its black painted steel housing, combined with the elegance of glass, FirstLane speed gate meets stylish and architectural trends. FirstLane provides a high bi-directional flow and safety without compromise. Its exclusive DIRAS detection system ensures precise user tracking for maximum safety and security. Even more intuitive and easy to use thanks to the new dynamic LED lighting, FirstLane combines high throughput with state-of-the-art detection.


AESTHETICS

• Modern and stylish look
• Aesthetic top cover in 8mm thick monolithic tempered glass with black screen printing
DYNAMIC LIGHTING
• Perfectly suited to any type of architecture

 

USER EXPERIENCE

FirstLane speedgate passage width

FUNCTION PICTOGRAMS for intuitive use
• High throughput, up to 60 users per minute
• Fast opening and closing of the obstacles
• Bi-directional movement
• Two different passage widths available (600 mm and 900 mm for people with reduced mobility)

 

 

SECURITY

BEST IN CLASS FOR FLOW AND ELECTRONIC DETECTION PROPRIETARY DIRAS DETECTION SYSTEM
• High-density matrix of infrared beams (every 22,5 mm) follows users’ progression through the gate.
• Dynamic and predictive (size, position, direction) algorithms ensuring top of the class performance for fraud detection : tailgating, piggybacking, trolleys, children, u-turn, crossing, multiple entries…
MULTIPLE INTEGRATION CAPABILITIES (OPTIONAL): the cabinet allows to integrate authentification solutions including:
• RFID, QRcode and barcodes readers
• Biometric devices

 

 

SAFETY

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PREVENTS FINGER ENTRAPMENT and other impacts
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL DRIVE UNITS including:
• Controller for progressive accelerations and decelerations of the obstacles, for smooth movement and enhanced user safety
• Geared electromagnetic brake for locking of obstacles in the event of forced entry attempts
• Sensor monitoring the obstacle position
EUROPEAN STANDARD SAFETY EN 16005 COMPLIANT: requirements regarding the strength of trapping and impact energy
EMERGENCY EXIT CERTIFIED, EN13637

 

 

CONNECTIVITY

TCP/IP COMMUNICATION enabled by embedded software allowing real-time monitoring and equipment configuration locally or remotely via a simple web browser as well as a diagnostic tool for complete maintenance.
INFORMATION TRANSFER BY:
• XML-RPC interface Double Ethernet (IPV4 and IPV6)
• CAN bus internal parts control and monitor and third party external peripherals controllable via serial communication
• Dry contacts (passage authorised, passage information, fraud, technical default…)
SURPEVISION (OPTIONAL)
• Smart&Slim monitoring panel for remote management of the turnstiles. It is a flexible command centre and allows for visualisation, control and consultation.
• SmartTouch surveillance interface. Simple handle egant solution for managing one or two access control equipment areas remotely, via an Ethernet network.

 

 

ROBUST

FirstLane speedgate Automatic Systems

STEEL FRAME
• Robust and stable
• RoHS anti-corrosion zinc plating treatment
• Housing is in painted steel and AISI 304L stainless steel
SIDE PANELS (OPTIONAL)
• Clear 8 mm thick tempered monolithic glass
OBSTACLES
• Clear 10 mm thick tempered monolithic glassobstacles
GREAT RELIABILITY
• 5.000.000 MCBF (Mean Cycles Between Failures)

 

 

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Top cover

Robust 8 mm tempered glass top cover  

Dynamic lighting and pictogram

Dynamic lighting and pictogram

Proprietary DIRAS detection system

Powder coating black finish

Brushed stainless steel 304L bodywork

Tempered glass side panel (optional)

Glass obstacles


Main benefits

  • Automation of pedestrian access control
  • Restricts access to secured zones
  • Low cost of ownership
  • Employee and visitor Entry/Exit tracking

 

  • Reduced need for manned entrance
  • Easy to install
  • Low energy consumption for a low carbon footprint

Applications:

  • Office buildings, head offices and administrative sites
  • Schools, universities and colleges

 

  • Gyms and fitness centres
  • Government buildings and institutions

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