Designed Security Invisigate Optical Turnstile

The Invisigate Glass Barrier Optical Turnstile, created by Bastrop, Texas-based Designed Security, delivers tight access control in a way that complements the aesthetics of today’s building lobbies. Invisigate enables high-speed throughput, while the glass barriers indicate to pedestrians that authorization is required to enter the secured area.

The ADA-compliant unit starts 4 inches from the floor and can be configured to be as high as 6 feet 8 inches, providing a full-height lockable barrier. The turnstile is field-configurable for card-in/card-out or card-in/free-exit operation with no additional programming.

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