Automatic Car Park Barrier

Automatic Car Park Barrier System

AZN automatic car parking barriers are typically located at a car park’s entry and exit point. Automated gates control access, improve traffic flow and ensure clients pay their fee upon exit.


Even non-payment car parks benefit from automatic car park barriers. Automatic timing systems are set to lift within 4 seconds of triggering. This staggers the flow of traffic both into and out of the park.

There are several types of barriers. Each barrier fulfills a specific need. All can be customized for a variety of environments.

Automatic Barriers Commercial and High Traffic

Permanent car parks are prime locations for EB450 parking barriers These barriers are built to last. Mechanisms are encased in steel, yet they are easy for maintenance personnel to access.

These parking barriers have their own power system. Building and parking structure managers can integrate payment systems, identification systems and other measures into the barrier’s “parking logic” mechanism.

Other features found in car parking barrier models include:

  • multi-level parking structures
  • interior car parks
  • exterior car parks
  • high traffic areas
  • narrow spaces

Industrial and High-Security Areas

Trojan barriers and Armstrong barriers are highly durable barriers designed for industrial parks.

These barriers do not require deep foundations. As a result, they can be used in a variety of areas and can be set in place rapidly. Stadium parking, special events and temporary high-security locations benefit from PAS 68 barriers of this type.

High-security barriers feature:

  • Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM)
  • Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) mitigation
  • Customizable

These barriers can be used as stand-alone structures or can be integrated with a complete car parking system. Integration is useful for tracking personnel when exiting or entering a high-security area.

In addition, high-security barriers have their own hydraulic power packs. In the event of a power failure, manual pumps allow entry and exits.

Automatic car park barriers meet a range of specifications. Atex barriers suit large vehicles with high overhead. Construction sites and industrial areas benefit from these types of car park barriers.

Traffic Flow and Maintenance

Automatic barriers ease congestion and are a familiar sight for many car park users. Barriers like the AZN automatic have optional LED lights and reflective adornments. Car park users will easily see where to enter and where to exit.

In addition, automatic car park barriers have long lifespans, with an estimated 4 million arm lifts before any significant maintenance is required.

Key Features

  • Based on a proven electromechanical principle
  • Simple, reliable and heavy–duty equipment
  • Low maintenance rate
  • Fast opening/closing time
  • Frequency changer for speed and movement control
  • Up to 3,5 m barrier arm
  • Left/right arm position
  • Two channel loop detector
  • RS232/485 communication

Optional Equipment

  • Folding arm for high limited premises
  • LED flasher in the plastic top
  • LED stripe under barrier arm
  • Arm position sensor
  • Backup module with accumulator
  • Heating with thermostat
  • Wireless control
  • RFID card control
  • LPR camera control
  • Infrared sensor detection

Datasheet Downlaod

Technical Specifications

Power Supply 230 V / 50 Hz Single Phase
Motor Three Phase
Power consumption  Motor Power Input 250 W, Standby 12 W
Control voltage  24 V DC
Inputs  0V Active
Lifting time  0.9 – 6.0 s (For Barrier Arm 3.0 m)
Ingress Protection  IP 54 / 20
Dimension  1100 x 320 x 320 mm
Arm Axle Height Above Ground 895 mm
Weight  52 kg
Operational Temperature Range -25 up to +70 °C
Life Time 4 Million Cycles Before Failure