ProBG3000

  • Compact design
  • Multiple arm options
  • Simple installation
  • Long life cycle

The ProBG3000 series is a high performance and high speed barrier gate. It adopts high performance servomotor, simple and reliable transmission structure, high temperature resistant control panel, humane interaction design on appearance and impact protection design on boom connector.

  • Humane interaction design. Standard case is equipped with LED indicator and LED light strip is optional for the boom.
  • Mean Cycles Between Failure (MCBF) has reached 5 million times. Product lifespan is 10 times longer than traditional barrier gate.
  • Gate’s opening / closing speed are lightning-fast and can widely adjust from 0.9s-10s, depends on vehicle flow and boom length.
  • Good temperature resilience. Able to work under -40°C—+75°C outdoor.
  • Small abrasion, no mechanical impact and impact absorption in motion.
  • Boom will be automatically raised when power off, no need for manual operation.
  • Boom will stop or return when encounters blockage. Standard package with impact-resistance rubber strip.
  • Installation and boom’s direction switching are easy and can be done on site.
  • Support fleet mode and open recording function. Gate will close after vehicle sensor has detected specified amount of vehicle pass.
  • Support wide range of 100-240V DC and 24V battery.
  • Low power consumption and energy saving design, the barrier gate can save ~500kWh per year.

 
ModelProBG3000ProBG3100
Motor TypeServomotor
Boom TypeStraight boom90° Folding boom
Boom LengthSupport 3m/4.5m/6m (Can be adjusted)3m
Protection LevelIP 54
Operating Temperature-40°C~+75°C
Power Supply24V DC, AC 100~240V
Controller Frequency50-60Hz
Power Consumption100W
Case MaterialPowder coated steel
Case Dimensions360*330*1000mm
Net Weight48kg

User Manual

Download Date Files
ProBG3000 User Manual 07/05/2019

Data Sheet

Download Date Files
ProBG3000 Data Sheet 07/05/2019
AttachmentSize
probg3000-brochure.pdf828.57 KB
License Plate Recognition Data Sheet 15/02/2019