The BA-440 DualBeam Barcode Reader represents the most modern, state-of-the-art device for Vehicle Access Control and AVI (Automatic Vehicle Identification) systems. Combining advanced laser technology with the proven DualBeam design pioneered by Barcode Automation, the BA-440 Barcode Reader offers the best performance, reliability, and cost effectiveness available. The unit is immune to interference or glare from the Sun as well as radio frequency interference from cell phones, radio antennas, power lines and microwave towers.
The primary purpose of the BA-440 DualBeam Barcode Reader is to read barcode decals on vehicles. Our standard decals will be reliably read at speeds up to 25 mph and distances up to 6 feet from the reader. Decal data is transmitted via RS232 serial port, USB connection (compatible with a computer) and a standard 26 bit Wiegand port (compatible with other access control equipment).
The BA-440 DualBeam Barcode Reader is a class II laser device, making it safe for installations at roads and entrances. The laser cannot cause eye damage unless viewed directly for an extended period of time. Featuring include modular construction, quick disconnects, and built-in tools for fast and easy servicing, diagnostics are easily accessed using a laptop with either a RS232 serial port or USB port. Housed in a durable aluminum enclosure, the BA-440 DualBeam Barcode Reader operates around the clock easing the workload of gatekeepers and security personnel. The only regular maintenance requirement is to clean the optics and interior twice per year.
The BA-440 DualBeam Barcode Reader is an excellent choice to monitor or control access to Gated Communities, Private Parking Lots, Schools, Universities, Hospitals, Airports, Toll Bridges, etc.
Laser Safety Considerations:
The BA-440 DualBeam Barcode Reader is a Class II laser product, which means that it emits less than 1mw of laser power when operating. Class 2 laser devices cannot cause eye damage unless viewed directly for an extended period of time or with magnifiers, binoculars, or telescopes. Intentional extended staring at the laser light can be hazardous and may cause injury to the eyes.
No matter what your Access Control System needs, from design and production, to finishing and installation, we can meet your needs – and have been since 1947. Give us a call at (904) 354-4282 or visit our 5,000 square foot showroom. We look forward to working with you.