Equipment for traffic control

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What is the traffic control equipment?

The traffic control equipment is referred to as any equipment that controls the movement of people to a specific location. This equipment can be a locked lock, a parking gate or a rotary input or any other device. The most commonly used equipment is battalion inputs.
What is the boot entry?
Turnstile or (baffle gate) is a gateway that allows individuals to cross a specific location at a time. These gates are also designed to control one-way traffic of people. These gates limit the traffic of people so that those who have coins, tickets, passports, and the like have the right to cross. Therefore, people are able to travel in the form of tickets and tickets, or the like, for example, they must pass through these gateways to access public transport or health services that are not free. Also, in the lobby of office buildings, gates are installed that only authorized people can pass through these gates.
In the past, when the man took the livestock to the stables, he used a turnstile to enter and exit. The application of a revolving entry has been attributed to modern Clarence Sanders, which was installed in one of the United States Whigley-Pegley chain supermarkets.
After the construction of the subway, tickets were used to collect fares from the ticket and the ticket machine, which was done by the guards. The IRT realized that its Metro staff did not work honestly and steal some of the money. Thus, the battalion enters the subway. Battalion inputs were made with different shapes. In the years 1939 and 1940, these gates had slots that customers had to throw in a coin to get inside. In the 1950s, the metal bellows entered a number of stations, especially in Manhattan.
In the 1980s, in addition to coins, customers were required to make tickets, which, of course, did not last long.
Today's battalions return to 1994 and use customers to enter and exit tickets and subway cards.
Types of rotary inputs
Mid-height battalion (waist-high)
These gates are often installed in exhibitions and competitions. The customer enters a ticket or pass to read the barcode on it in the gateway on the gate. If passed, the sensor detects the speed of the customer's pass and adjusts the transit time.
Optical input
The bathead input replaces the arm-style bathead input. These gates use infrared rays to count customers and identify unauthorized persons.
Revolving eyelet
This type of battalion input is a combination of barrier input and battalion input. The body of the gate has one or two levers. When allowed to pass, these levers go into the body and at that moment eye revolutions are activated.
Entrance Entrance and Exit Full height
Another recent innovation is the entry of the HEET battalion or the full-height entry and exit battalion that allows people to enter that particular location. Customers only use the Metro card to access these gateways and do not need a ticket.