The ZAD 1 is a control unit for unlocking doors. When the token is inserted into the command, the electronic lock is released and the door can be opened.
By increasing the configuration of the magnetic switch it is possible to block the control after entering the room, which means that the door lock is locked until the door opens again when leaving the room. The two-color LED on the coin-operated steering wheel signals its readiness for operation (FREE) with a green light and its opposite with a red light (BUSY).
ZAD 1 can be used wherever an entrance fee is required, eg public toilets.
The tokens used are type ZT 1 and are made of profiled stainless steel sheets.
- stainless steel housing
- token scanner
- token box
- box housing with lock
- solenoid lock
- magnetic switch
|Voltage||12 V, 50 Hz|
|Required power||4 VA|
|15 VA configuration with locking|
|Power source||ZAC 1/20 (for one configuration)|
|ZAC 1/50 (for three configurations)|
|ZAC 1/36L (for two configurations)|
|Token types||ZT 1|
- Set up a niche for the control installation
- Route the power cord – 12 V, 50 Hz from the ZAC power source
- Distribution to individual elements of the configuration is done by cables according to the scheme