Automatic Systems Expands FirstLane Speedgate Series

Automatic Systems will showcase the FirstLane Plus outdoor model in Booth #6071 at ISC West, March 29-31.

Automatic Systems Expands FirstLane Speedgate Series

Automatic Systems, a manufacturer of pedestrian and vehicle entrance access control systems, announces the expansion of its speedgate portfolio with the addition of FirstLane Plus.

FirstLane Plus features a minimalist design that allows them to fit in environments where a medium level of security is required, says the company. It has retained all the original technical features but is now equipped with slimmer LEDs to offer a more refined look. The speedgate is now available in an outdoor model in addition to its classic black-painted steel housing model.

“Automatic Systems is very pleased to introduce these new FirstLane speedgates to market,” says David Enderle, VP of Sales for Automatic Systems. “We use top quality materials and state-of-the-art technology to ensure that the FirstLane speedgates are highly reliable and suitable for any architectural environment, from classic to modern and everything in between.”

FirstLane Plus comes with aerodynamic obstacles that are designed to withstand outdoor conditions (IP44). All models are now available with obstacles of different heights from 35 to 70 inches, helping to prevent fraud by physically blocking access to unauthorized individuals attempting to jump over the equipment.

The FirstLane series provides a high bi-directional throughput without compromising users’ safety, and its rapid opening and closing capabilities offer high throughput of up to 60 users per minute.

For more information, please visit Automatic Systems will showcase the FirstLane Plus outdoor model in Booth #6071 at ISC West, March 29-31.

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