Securing an automatic sliding door

SAFE USE OF SLIDING DOORS

Many people pass through a door in hospitals, schools, airports or shopping centres. A logical solution in this situation would be to install an automated sliding door. How do you ensure that these sliding doors can be used efficiently and safely?

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Bircher Reglomat Prime Series

COMBINE TECHNOLOGIES FROM THE PRIME SERIES

Radar motion detectors and active and passive infrared detectors can be deployed to detect people and objects as they approach a door. Combine the technologies in Bircher Reglomat's Prime production line, that makes use of radars and active infrared technology.

The benefits:

  • Activation through radar technology
  • Active infrared curtain as self-protection
  • Watches over the perimeter areas of the gate zone

Depending on the door mass, the use of electric safety switch strips is recommended for the closing edges. These protect people responsibly from entrapment and bruising in the danger zone of the sliding door.

Activation and safety of sliding doors

Activate by using:

  • Combined radar motion and presence detector
  • Radar motion detector
  • Passive infrared motion detector
  • Active infrared motion detector
  • Active infrared switch

 Render secure by using:

  •  Active infrared presence detector
  • Combined radar motion and presence detector

 

Prime Series Bircher Reglomat Infrared Motion dectector
Opening sliding doors precisely, automatically and safely

OPENING SLIDING DOORS PRECISELY, AUTOMATICALLY AND SAFELY

PrimeTec B

Motion detector PrimeTec B with its radar technology can best be used to open automatic doors. Infrared curtain PrimeScan can be used as the alternative for an airlock. In specific situations, various functionalities can be installed such as field geometry of the active infrared curtain and from the radar. 

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SAFETY OF PERSONS IN THE DANGER ZONE

PrimeScan B

PrimeScan B protects people who are in the danger zone of the opened door leaf. The inactive infrared screen ensures coverage of the entire door zone on the side of the sliding door (the secondary closing edges). Is there anybody in the area next to the door? The sliding door remains blocked until the person is out of the zone.

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Secure sliding door
Detection field protecting sliding doors

THE DOORS OPEN ONLY WHEN NECESSARY

PrimeMotion B

The activation sensor (PrimeMotion B) is based on radar technology and opens wide and high sliding doors reliably, preventing unnecessarily long opening periods thanks to directional detection. Four DIP switches and a potentiometer make it easy to use.

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MORE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Browse through the brochures or read the technical specifications in our online catalogue.

 

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