Q Technical Services of Telford are proud to introduce the latest Auto Mate high tech barrier system which uses solar power, giving in excess of 300 operations per day. The solar panels can also run the ancillary devices such as timers and a proximity access control system along with safety devices including induction loops and safety edges.
A special control panel has been developed to help reduce the consumption of the ancillary equipment, freeing up stored power from the solar panels to allow a greater number of operations from the barrier.
New induction loop technology has also been incorporated, consuming very little power when in use, preventing the barrier from closing whilst a vehicle is under the boom. The same system can also be used to allow a free exit system.
Radio technology has been implemented for use with the intercom system. This allows the intercom at the entrance allowing to work off of battery power, which is coupled with a rechargeable portable intercom handset that sits within over 250 metres away in reception.
The cost effective savings that can be made with the removal/reduction of foundations and civil works i.e digging and ducting, running power cables from the building etc can be on occasions half than the costs of mains supplied units.
We feel that the savings on civil works and the fact that there are no energy costs for running the barrier should appealed greatly to our clients.
The possibilities for this type of barrier are endless – from countryside car parks and forestry roads to businesses with remote locations.
Traffic lights and speed signs are just two other examples of our products that can be ran off of solar power.
If you would like any more information at all about solar powered systems, please give us a call on: 01952 580947 or e mail us at email@example.com