Merkur Traffic Control

The traffic light admission system from MERKUR

Protection of your customers and ensuring the necessary hygiene standards is a priority in these challenging times. It is critically important that you act quickly to ensure the safety of your customers and your staff.

The “MERKUR Traffic Control” venue access system makes it easier for you to comply with legal requirements and it simultaneously contributes to long-term savings in terms of hiring additional personnel or security staff.
Using established and well-understood symbols, the MERKUR Traffic Control system is optimally suited for regulating visitor flows to establishments in diverse sectors, providing your customers and your staff with the highest level of safety and easing the
workload for your staff.

 

                                                                                                “MERKUR Traffic Control” at a Glance

  • Traffic control system
    As soon as the maximum number of persons that has been individually set for your premises has been reached, the traffic light changes to red. If a guest within the control area leaves, causing the number of persons to again fall below the threshold value, the traffic light changes back to green.
  • Contactless admission control
    The flow of visitors at the entrance and exit of your premises can be reliably controlled thanks to contactless sensor systems. The system is fitted with sensors on both sides. You can therefore also place it right in the centre of the entrance passageway. A passage width of up to 2 metres per side can be monitored.
  • Acoustic signal
    If people enter the control area while the traffic lights are red, thus exceeding the configured number of persons, an acoustic warning signal is triggered.

                                 

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                                                                                                      Technical Data on MERKUR Traffic Control

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