These gates are often referred to as LED Arms, Parking Gates, Boom Gates, or Traffic Control. Most of these gate openers are pole pivoted to allow the boom to block vehicular access. The tip of the gate arm rises in a vertical arc to a near-vertical position. These operators are ideal for apartments, parking lots, or where traffic control is needed.
They can be set for a wide range of operating requirements, including interface with revenue systems, vehicle identification systems, card readers, remote control stations, buried detectors, etc.
Some barrier gates systems come with an automated spike system, where the spikes are linked to the barrier arm, The spike system is ideal for when a higher degree of traffic control is desired.
We’re certified to install your automatic gate system. We meet or exceed UL 325 standards. Some of the issues we’ve seen in the South Florida area is that contractors who install automated gates are not properly licensed or certified. Often, their gate systems fall below current UL 325 standards.
The problem with fly-by-night gate installation is that while it may be cheaper, it is also more hazardous. One of the risks to not meeting UL 325 standards is that anyone who touches the gate runs the risk of electrocution.
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