SBTL6000

  • Access Control Swing Barrier with Modular Design
  • Fast switching between different readers
  • Support multiple verification methods, including RFID, fingerprint, QR code, palm verification and visible light facial recognition
  • SUS304 Stainless Steel

SBTL6000: Access Control Swing Barrier with Modular Design

SBTL6000 is an access control swing barrier by ZKTeco with a modular design that allows you to quickly switch between different readers, by merely plugging-in other readers.

Designed to ensure security and crowd management at the entrance in areas with a high-pedestrian flow, SBTL6000 swing barrier can support multiple verification methods, including RFID, fingerprint, QR code, palm verification and visible light facial recognition. Especially, palm verification and visible light facial recognition can realize biometric touchless entrance control that helps avoid catching bacteria or germs from contaminated surfaces.

SBTL6000 swing barrier helps to control and secure access, allowing only one person through at a time. Works in indoor applications such as office buildings, IT parks, large business facilities, retail, industrial areas, and much more.

  • Solid Mechanical Structure
  • Durable Electronic Control System
  • Fast switching between readers 
  • Low power consumption
  • Smooth and silent
Feature
Power RequirementsAC 100 ~ 120V / 200 ~ 240V, 50 / 60Hz
Working Temperature-28°C ~ 60°C
Working Humidity20% ~ 95% (non-condensing)
Working EnvironmentIndoor / Outdoor (if sheltered)
Lane Width (mm)635
Infrared Sensor6 pairs
Dimension (L*W*H)1400 * 180 * 1000 (mm)
Dimension with Packing (L*W*H)1580 * 340 * 1270 (mm)
Weight with Packing (kg)150
LED IndicatorSupport
Cabinet MaterialSUS304 Stainless Steel
Lid MaterialSUS304 Stainless Steel + Acrylic
Barrier MaterialAcrylic
Barrier MovementSwing
Emergency ModeSupport

User Manual

Download Date Files
SBTL6000 & SBTL6200 User Manual 15/10/2020

Data Sheet

Download Date Files
SBTL6000 Data Sheet 15/10/2020
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