Transponders and Fobs

Dear Spring Run Member,

We are working to complete any remaining entry access issues by Monday Jan 18. The mag locks should be installed on the pedestrian gates on Monday, along with the loops for the sensors for the large gates. The Privacy and Safety committee on Tuesday agreed that the pedestrian gates should be locked at all times, and since the fobs are going to be used to open those gates, we will be making 2 fobs available per unit at no charge. However, replacements for those will be a $10 per fob.  

The transponder reader is a work in progress. Oftentimes, when a transponder on the windshield doesn’t work, we add a new one to the head light and it works. The electrician continues to observe cars coming in, and testing a transponders in different places on the cars. That said, we are going to install a long range reader soon to see if that works better. That should take about 4 weeks.

The water feature is still not running optimally, or as of yesterday, at all. We believe there is a hole in a pipe either underground or internally that is causing the reservoirs to drain out quickly. The installer will be here Monday to find the leek and repair it.

Club Care will be here on Tuesday to finish plantings around the new gates, and then our Maintenance Department will install St Augustine sod to clean up all the remaining areas.

Thank you all for your patience and please reply with any questions. Stay safe!

Thank you

Mike

3 thoughts on “Transponders and Fobs

  1. johnkenyan

    Are the metal gates, once operational, going to be closed until a car approaches? Or are they merely decorative?

    Thanks,

    John

    On Sat, Jan 16, 2021 at 2:05 PM Springing Forward wrote:

    > springingforward posted: ” Dear Spring Run Member, We are working to > complete any remaining entry access issues by Monday Jan 18. The mag locks > should be installed on the pedestrian gates on Monday, along with the loops > for the sensors for the large gates. The Privacy and Safet” >

  2. Michael Zigler

    They will be open when the guard is on duty and will close at night when the guard goes home. They will open when your transponder is read and the gate arms go up from midnight (or 9:30 pm in the summer and fall) til 6 am
    They are not yet operational because the sensor loops we cut into the old asphalt were destroyed when the paving company milled too low there installing the new pavement

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