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Fully Automatic Flap Barrier

A flap barrier is a type of pedestrian access control mechanism commonly found in areas requiring restricted access such as train stations, airports, office buildings, and stadiums. It consists of a series of panels or flaps that rotate to allow passage when a valid credential, such as a ticket, access card, or biometric scan, is presented. Flap barriers are designed to prevent unauthorized entry and ensure controlled movement of people through a designated entry or exit point. They are often integrated with access control systems and can be configured to provide various levels of security depending on the requirements of the location.