Mantrap With Authentication

Doors are normally locked.

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Both doors are locked. Door One goes from an outside area into the mantrap, and Door Two goes from the mantrap into an inside/protected area. In order to enter into the mantrap through Door One, you need to engage the corresponding request-to-unlock contact.

This can be done through the relay output of a card reader, keypad, or a remote switch pressed by a security guard. The same goes to enter the protected area from the mantrap through Door Two. When exiting the protected area, a regular request-to-exit button or passive infrared detector would also work.

This mode would be used in something like a school entry hall, where authorized personnel can enter the outer door by presenting a keycard or code, which activates the request-to-unlock contact. Or a guard can buzz you in by activating a remotely installed button, which is wired to the request-to-unlock contact. While one door is open, the other door is locked to avoid free flow.

The following items are needed in the 902C-System:

  • pp6 power supply

    902C   

    Access Control and Power Supply

    1 each

  • f106 push plate control

    F106-E03  

    Push Plate Door Control Switch

    2 each

  • Electromagnetic Lock 1500 lbs

    810   

    Magnetic Lock

    2 each

  • door contact part

    185-12  

    Door Positioning Switch

    2 each

NOTE: In order to get an accurate price for our system, please take in account for all doors needed for your project and the products featured on this page. Questions?

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