Turnstiles for ticket inspection

(available only for Asian market)

  • Designed for 10 million throughput cycles
  • Robust turnstiles for high throughput frequencies
  • Optional Drop-Arm mechanism permits passage in case of power cut or alarm
  • High-quality stainless steel housing for indoor or outdoor use
  • Simple integration of all common ticket inspection systems

For large numbers of people
MPP turnstiles are the right choice for public transport facilities where large numbers of people have to be reliably individualised and their tickets checked. The robust housing and stainless steel barrier arms not only resist improper use, but are also suitable for outdoor operation (optional). MPP turnstiles are versatile: a large number of people can easily be managed with one of the many applications available, while bi-directional operation permits a single turnstile to act as both entrance and exit. And MPP turnstiles are ideally equipped for emergencies: the upper arm folds down and permits use as an
emergency exit in the case of a power cut or alarm signal. The barrier arm automatically returns to its original position after
the emergency contact is released again or power returns. The innovative MHTM™ drive technology operates without maintenance, energy-efficiently and quietly, and its sensitive impact detection ensures maximum personal safety. MPP turnstiles can be controlled using all common access control systems and are available with three housing variants.

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Rapid individualisation

Thanks to its turnstile design, the MPP is suitable for the rapid individualisation of large numbers of people in areas with low-to-medium security requirements.

Innovative drive technology

The MHTM™ drive unit is maintenancefree, energy-efficient and quiet. Sensitive impact detection ensures maximum personal safety and meets stringent European standards.

Free escape routes

With the Drop-Arm option, the upper barrier arm folds down if there is a power cut or emergency signal, allowing free passage. The arm is automatically restored to its original position after the contact has been released again or power has returned.