A barrier arm gate is a type of gate that uses a boom or arm to block access to a restricted area. The barrier arm is raised and lowered using a motorized operator, and can be opened manually in the event of a power outage.
They are often used in parking lots, driveways, and other areas where it is necessary to control traffic flow.
Barrier arm gates can be operated manually or automatically, and can be opened and closed using a variety of methods, such as buttons, keypads, remote controls, and sensors. When closed, the gate arm blocks access to the restricted area, and when opened, allows vehicles or pedestrians to pass through.
Barrier arm gates can be made from a variety of materials, such as aluminum, steel, wood, and plastic, and can be customized to fit a variety of applications.