More and more homeowners are purchasing automatic gates because they offer extra protection and security for their families. Not only that, but they are a convenient and affordable option in home security. They are available in a variety of designs and styles to ensure they work with the home and landscape style of your property.
Add some power to your driveway gates with RJS Systems. We install a range of different automation kits depending on your specifications. Above ground, below ground or electric sliding gates…with or without intercom access. We can install new gates with automation or add automation on existing gates. All of our automated gates are backed with manufacturers warranty. Service plans available.
We can help plan and advise on what gate automation is best for you.
Range of 24v or 230v automation systems depending on gate style.
Closed automated gates can help protect your home or business.
All automation kits are backed with manufacturers warranty.
Gate automation to suit you. Fully fitted with or without service contract.
We offer a no obligation quote. Call us today on 01803 528915.
Automated gates add security and privacy to any home or business. With advancements in technology, correctly fitted automated gates can be extremely safe. With additional safety systems such as photo cells and safety barriers, the gate can never close when an obstruction is detected protecting your loved ones, friends and pets.
Most manual opening driveway gates will remain open the majority of the time due to weather or that the person is fed up with constantly opening and closing. Automated gates open at a push of a button and will close automatically behind you. Additional aerials can be fitted so that the gate will start opening even when you’re 200m away for added convenience.
We can supply and install a range automated gate systems to meet your specifications. Call today to book a free site survey on 01803 528915.
We install various automation systems for automated gates. Most common ones are explained briefly below.
Usually the cheapest and easiest way to have powered automated gates. Articulated or hydraulic arms. Available in 24v or 230v kits. The actual automation kit used depends on what type of gate you have. A wooden gate usually requires a stronger system due to the “sail” effect it can have whereas a metal gate can usually have a lower, 24v kit. For advice on which sort your gate needs, please call us free on 0800 043 3019.
Below ground automation is most commonly used on metal gates. This is due to the “open panel” design a metal gate usually has. Most customers don’t want to lose the appearance of the gate by having a standard above ground arm fitted. Below ground systems are basically a box either side placed in the ground. An arm connects to the bottom of the gate allowing it to open and close. More costly than above ground kits but aesthetically more pleasing.
All or our installed automated gates are loaded with the latest safety technology. From auto stop and return to being pressure sensitive. For some, it’s important to add more features. This is usually with extra photo cells or additional safety edges. Photo cells are simple two points with an invisible beam between. If anything breaks the beam the automation won’t move. Safety edges are there to prevent entrapment areas.
From intercom access controls, additional safety features or ANPR cameras. We can install your automated gate exactly to what you require.
ANPR (or automatic number plate recognition) cameras are a great way to enable your gates to open, once the system recognises a vehicle within it’s database. This can be a great add on for multiple properties with single access or business premises. Most customers will also add an intercom system to manually open the gates from a reception etc.
Choice of multiple intercom units. Ones that simply “do the job” to others where you can control your gates from a mobile phone sat in another country! You can also have either wired or wireless. Wired are cheaper but will cost more to install as you have to have cables laid. Option for video as well if required. If you need advice, please call us.
Electric sliding gates are generally set up by either a track on the ground or cantilever. For most gates, 24v kit is suitable. Due to the gate “sliding”, there only needs a small amount of power to do this. With a sliding gate, you need to allow an additional space for an overhang. For example, if the entrance was 4.5m, the gate would need to be 5.3m. This size would also need to available to the left or right hand side for the gate to slide to.
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