Entrance Control has upgraded the EasyGate SPT Speedgate.
Attractive EasyGate SPT Speedgate Upgrade – Entrance Control has revamped its EasyGate SPT speedgate delivering free flowing entrance systems with high security. Entrance Control was formerly known as Centaman Entrance Control but has recently rebranded.
Entrance Control general manager Michael Bystram says the latest iteration of EasyGate SPT is another leap forward for security and the user experience.
“These gates take advantage of some of the latest technology and innovations to ensure we stay one step ahead of the game to best safeguard our clients’ interests,” Bystram said.
The re-designed EasyGate SPT integrates a visitor access card collector and stop-go lane light directly into the into its pedestal frame, more effectively marrying form and function. The overall profile has been slimmed down and the lock covers used by maintenance technicians have been better disguised to make them more aesthetically pleasing and better disguised.
Attractive EasyGate SPT Speedgate Upgrade
A variety of functionality upgrades have been implemented in Entrance Control’s product. In high rise buildings, the gate is commonly installed with lift call functionality that automatically allocates and calls a lift for everyone passing through its barriers. The redesigned EasyGate SPT re-positions the lift call display, which guides visitors to their allocated lift – this now sits at a better viewing height for gate users.
The electronics in the gates have been reworked to make access easier for technicians conducting gate installation or maintenance, and extra anchoring points have also been added to ensure installation can be done more easily without interfering with any existing floor wiring.
Vertically the bottom edge of the glass wing has been lowered to 230mm from the ground to prevent anyone crawling underneath. The barrier wings also feature a new flag shape that widen the top of each wing to extend over the speedgate pedestals, further helping to prevent any determined efforts by non-authorised visitors who might try to squeeze through.
“EasyGate SPT is used in some of Australia and New Zealand’s busiest and most high-profile buildings, from 32 Smith in Parramatta and Brisbane’s Midtown Centre to New Zealand’s Parliament Buildings,” Bystram said. “Recent innovations have allowed for our 2023 re-design, raising the security bar further than was possible previously.”
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“electronics in the gates have been reworked to make access easier for technicians conducting gate installation or maintenance.”Michael Bystram, Entrance Control.