SecurityWorldMarket

11/02/2017

Delta upgrades MP5000 barrier

Palmdale, Ca

Delta Scientific has introduced a new universal voltage DC power unit for its popular portable MP5000 vehicle barrier. As a result, the MP5000 can now be efficiently deployed in remote locations and areas that have limited power options but requires that same level of functionality that a hard wired pump-based portable unit provides in a city setting, including Emergency Fast and multiple control options.

"For instance, the barrier plate will rise as fast as two seconds, creating a sound portable solution for final denial applications in remote locations such as dams or other sites needing protection from terrorist vehicle attacks," reports Delta Vice President-Sales and Marketing Greg Hamm. "In addition, the control circuit in the new Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU) provides easy integration of various control options such as keypads, card readers, RFID, key fobs, wireless transmitters and computer networks."

Along with the power unit upgrade, Delta also added a new safety option that builds upon that of traditional vehicle presence loop detectors. The new option provides self-contained IR beams into the portable barriers that will stop the barrier plate if a vehicle or pedestrian crosses the sensors.

Delta's totally self-contained MP5000 mobile deployable vehicle crash barriers carry a K8 rating (M40 ASTM rating), stopping 7.5 ton (6400 Kg) vehicles traveling 40 mph (64 kph). They tow into position to control vehicle access within 15 minutes. No excavation or sub-surface preparation is required. Once positioned, the mobile barricades will unpack themselves by using hydraulics to raise and lower the barriers off their wheels. DC-powered pumps will then raise or lower the barriers. Once the event is over, procedures are reversed and the barriers are towed away.

The MP5000s were recently used successfully in protecting attendees and spectators at the recent presidential inauguration of President Trump in Washington, DC.


Tags

Business News

Photo courtesy of University of Nottingham

University takes initiative in pilot biometrics scheme

in September the University of Nottingham will launch a pilot, using fingerprint technology for student registration at compulsory lectures and exams – 40 fingerprint units and 15 USB enrollment readers will be installed. The fingerprint identification readers are developed by TBS and are fully integrated with Nedap’s AEOS, the university’s current physical access control system. Hunter Communications Services is responsible for the implementation.

Business News

Cyber security vulnerability check list advises on best practice

Farpointe Data has just posted the first radio frequency identification(RFID) Cybersecurity Vulnerability Checklist for access control manufacturers, distributors, integrators and end users to use to protect their access control systems from becoming hacker gateways to their facilities and IT systems. Knowing what to do is especially important now that government agencies, such as the United States Federal Trade Commission, have begun filing lawsuits against businesses that do not provide good cybersecurity practices.

Business News

IoT Security Market worth $29.02 billion by 2022

According to a new market research report on the Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market to 2022, the market is expected to grow from USD 6.62 billion in 2017 to USD 29.02 billion by 2022. The report from Marketsandmarkets covers major IoT security types, such as network security, endpoint security, application security, cloud security, and others. Increasing ransom ware attacks on IoT systems, securing ubiquitous environment, and increasing need for data centric security are the major drivers for the growth of IoT security market.

Product Suppliers
Back to top