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March 2020


Introducing Radius LED, new flashing lights for automatic gates.

Bft’s Radius LED range uses approximately 80% less energy than traditional models with incandescent bulbs, which lengthens the life of the product.

One of the features of Radius LED is that it can be installed almost anywhere: on flat surfaces, on pillars, columns or, with the support of the appropriate accessory, on walls. It is compatible with the current Radius range so it can directly replace older models.

The new Radius LED is available in 24V and 230V versions, with or without an integrated antenna. As well as the classic yellow cover, Radius LED 24V with an integrated antenna is also available with a smoke grey cover, for more discrete appearance.


Thea: photocells and flashing lights in a single product.

Thea is a range of photocells for automatic gates with integrated flashing LED lights to signal the closing and the opening of the gates.

Bft’s residential range of Thea photocells come in two different models: the standard Thea photocells which are compatible with Bft products and the Thea Uni (Universal) photocells that are compatible with non-Bft products.

All the features and advantages of Thea photocells can be seen in the new video on the Bft YouTube channel, by clicking on the link below.

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Intertraffic Amsterdam: rescheduled to March 2021.

Intertraffic Amsterdam, the leading international event for infrastructure, traffic management, safety, parking and smart mobility, has been postponed until March 2021. This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, the Bft team is still on hand to provide further information on products and launches in the field of automatic gates and entry system automation.

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Microgrids: new clean energy.

A new milestone for the future of clean energy and eco-sustainability has been reached with the introduction of “microgrids”: localised grids designed to operate independently of centralised power sources in emergencies, but also to optimize distribution of energy sources.

Microgrids are able to store energy sourced from photovoltaic panels and wind farms, and supply it locally. They could be used to increase capacity for communities during power outages, serving schools and hospitals.


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