8th May 2013

Heber demonstrates new Universal Barrier Controller at IFSEC International

We will be demonstrating our new Universal Barrier Controller (UBC) System during IFSEC International at the NEC in May.

The UBC is a bespoke platform that provides a suite of flexible and easily configurable parameters for the control of physical security gates, barriers and access control peripherals.

With current off the shelf solutions being expensive and offering limited flexibility, Heber has identified a real need for a customisable barrier control platform.

The UBC provides users with a clear graphical interface. System requirements can be defined and programmed through a series of ‘drag and drop’ icons. The configuration of parameters such as barrier open/close sequence timings is made straightforward through the use of ‘slider’ style graphical settings. The UBC also has the ability to record a time-stamped log of operations, for post analysis and evidence of significant events.

  • Features of the UBC include:
  • AC and DC power supply options
  • Configurable I/O for interfacing with 3rd party products
  • Provision for secure links
  • Inductive load outputs
  • Manual override operation, for power-outs and engineer’s fault analysis
  • Anti-tamper protection
  • Timed events data logging
  • USB connection for secondary control / programming / settings configuration / timed events data collection

If you would like to see a demonstration of the UBC, contact us prior to the show to arrange a visit. Alternatively, please do drop in to our stand at IFSEC in Hall 5, stand J126 and we will be very happy to discuss your design and manufacturing requirements.  All visitors to our stand will have a chance of winning a Raspberry Pi single-board computer every day during the show, so drop in and say hello.

If you can’t make it to the show and would like to know more about our UBC, please contact simon.rose@heber.co.uk

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