The security access control systems used in shopping malls is much more complex than the traditional entrance guard system, and the factors affecting its function are more natural. There are three main aspects simply:
High-end pedestrian corridors need to integrate product safety, modern and concise design concepts with architectural environment and architectural style. In line design, streamlined design is the main factor, reflecting a concise and comfortable style. In material aspect, glass and stainless steel are more used in fashionable and transparent design, which keeps consistent with the building style of intelligent buildings. In addition, high-end pedestrian corridor products have obvious differences in metal surface processing, including texture processing of surface drawing, accuracy of bending angle, accuracy of gap between different parts and so on.
2.Advancement of machine core
The advance of the gate core in security access control systems directly affects the service life and operation of the gate. For example, the latest ARM control technology has been adopted. A brand-new product with industrial-level control processing mode has the characteristics of no noise, smooth operation, no mechanical wear, long service life and so on. The whole product is very stable during starting and stopping, and it can quickly realize brake locking.
For example, the security access control systems
of shopping malls has the function of automatic reset. After opening the gate, the system will automatically cancel the user's right of passage if the user does not pass within the prescribed time. The standard is automatic reset 5 seconds after opening. The intelligence of the wing brake of the entrance guard channel in shopping malls is also reflected in the automatic opening of the channel and the automatic closing of the power supply after the power failure of the wing brake. Wing brake also has the function of line self-inspection, which can be found in time after fault occurs, thus greatly protecting the service life of the wing brake.