Parking Lot Gate Systems
A parking lot gate system incorporates barrier gates in the Entry Lane and Exit Lane. Typically this requires the Parker to take some action what will cause the barrier gate arm to open. For example, a Transient Parker may need to press a button to print a parking ticket, then remove that ticket from the printer throat to cause the barrier gate arm to open. In the Exit Lane, once a paid parking ticket or a payment has been made, then this will also open the barrier gate arm. The ticket is closed.
If a monthly Parker, tenant or employee with an access control card, presents a valid credential to a card reader in the Entry Lane or Exit Lane, this may also cause the barrier gate arm to open.
Parking lot gate systems provide security and control for parking lots and parking garages.