High security mobile barricade

July 2003 Asset Management, EAS, RFID

The new totally self-contained Delta Scientific MP5000 High Security Mobile Barricade System can be towed into position and control vehicle access within 15 minutes. No excavation or sub-surface preparation is required.

Created for Iraqi checkpoints, Delta Scientific’s new mobile barricade provides force protection in 15 minutes
Created for Iraqi checkpoints, Delta Scientific’s new mobile barricade provides force protection in 15 minutes

Once positioned, the mobile barricade unpacks itself by using hydraulics to raise and lower itself off its wheels. A DC powered pump then raises or lowers the barrier. Both the operation of the barrier as well as deployment and retrieval are push-button controlled. A standard system includes a battery-operated power unit, replenished from either a solar array or local low voltage source.

Operating modes include full automatic, remote-hard line, remote-radio, card reader, key switch, local guard pushbutton controls or via master and slave control panel.

For more information contact Delta Scientific, 0944 118 948 1133.





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