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Urbaco is the undisputed market leader for access control system thanks to its retractable bollards. The company is constantly developing products and services to meet numerous, prestigious orders worldwide. Its cutting – edge technology is quality certified. Besides its products, systems and proposed global solutions, Urbaco, through its network of business partners, is always looking to improve its offer of services (Ii.e research and development, after-sales service, maintenance and training) to deserve the trust of its customers.
Figure 1 Controlled entrances or exits: two loops, one or more bollards that work simultaneously, one road, one passage way (permitting entrance but no exit). The vehicle engages the external (vehicle present / safety), the user commands the retraction of the bollard (via transmitter, proximity card, button, or coded keyboard), the vehicle travels beyond the bollard and the internal loop (safety). The bollard risers automatically after the vehicle have passed over the internal safety loop.
Figure 2 Controlled entrance and exit ways: two loops, one or more bollards that work simultaneously, one road, two directions of travel for both the entering and exiting vehicle. The vehicle stops on top of either the internal or external loop (presence / safety), the user commands the bollard’s retraction (via transmitter, proximity card, button, coded keypad etc). The vehicle travels beyond the bollard and the internal or external loop (presence and safety). The bollard risers automatically when the vehicle has travelled beyond the outer safety loop.
Figure 3 Automatic exit: three loops, one or more bollards that work simultaneously, one – way road. The vehicle stops over the internal presence detector loop, and then on the internal safety loop; when it is straddling the two loops, the bollard automatically retracts: the vehicle travels beyond the bollard and the external loop. The bollard automatically risers when the vehicle has driven over the external safety loop.
Figure 4 Controlled entrance and automatic exit: three loops, one or more bollards that work simultaneously, one road with twin directions of travel. The entering vehicle stops on the outer loop (presence and safety), the user commands the bollard to retract (via transmitter, proximity card, button, coded keypad), the vehicle drives beyond the bollard and internal safety loop. The bollard automatically resurfaces  once the vehicle has passed to internal safety loop. The vehicle stops  on the internal presence loop, and then on the internal safety loop; when it is straddling the two loops, the bollard automatically retracts, the vehicle drives past the bollard and the external safety loop. The bollard automatically risers when the bollard has driven past the external safety loop.
Figure 5 Commanded entrance and / or exit: configuration without safety loop (basic or standard micro technical centre). The vehicle stops in front of the bollard, the user commands the bollard to retract, the vehicle drives past the bollard which stays in the retracted position until the user commands it to rise.
Figure 6 Commanded entrance and / or exit: configuration with safety loop (standard micro technical centre). The vehicle stops in front of the bollard, the user commands the bollard to retract, the vehicle drives past the safety loop and bollard, then commands the bollard to re- surface. Thanks to the safety loop, the bollard cannot rise even if the user commands it to do so as long as the vehicle is still stopped above the bollard.