Rotech Group Pty Ltd has introduced a new range of Australian made portable turnstiles with solar and battery power capabilities.
Based on Rotech’s 15-year-old Sentinel FH design, the new TriStar FH full-height turnstile comes with many new and improved design and operational features. The latest turnstile model from Rotech features solar power capabilities, enabling operation without mains power and also helping to reduce costs since the 240V power cables wouldn’t be required.
Key features of Rotech’s TriStar FH full-height turnstiles include a status indication feature that indicates when the turnstile is closed, in operation, or has been manually released; CCTV camera can be configured to start if the status of the turnstile is interrupted for more than 10 seconds, enabling security personnel to see the cause of the interruption; roof and anti-climb mesh for additional security; battery back-up available to operate the turnstile for up to 3000 cycles without mains power; additional portable base available to easily move the freestanding turnstile between sites; and compatibility with all access control, card and proximity systems to allow easy integration.
Rotech’s TriStar FH full-height turnstiles now feature a more open design without compromising on security. The bi-directional turnstile features a galvanised frame and rotor, and can also be supplied in 304 or 316 stainless steel, with additional customisation using powder coating in any primary colour, or special colour on request.
The TriStar FH comes with a 2-year guarantee on the mechanism of the turnstile.