Door Openers & Closers
Door Openers & Closer are used as part of access control for doors normally controlled by access control as well as they need a safety edge to comply with the rules as this make sure people dont get caught in the door it also apply to gates as well .
Automatic Door operator for Inward or Outward opening door
This operator is for domestic, office, disabled access and can be for low traffic doors and medium to high traffic doors.
It must be operated by push buttons or by using access control and must not be pushed or pulled manually – this will affect the doors as well as the control systems
It is not normally used on Outward Opening external doors
But can be used on Fire Rated Doors with access control to make sure the doors are open or closed .
Low Energy Automatic Door Mode (enables low-speed and low-energy opening and closing)
Push and Go Mode (a gentle push for automatic powered opening)
An Easy to install, configure and manage Automatic Door Opener
Activated by a Touch Sensor, Push Pad, Push & Go or Activation Sensor
Provided with a backup battery if needed
Includes Signs: Power Assisted Door & Keep Cle
Please note: damage to the motor drive circuits of the DWPS102U caused by incorrect use (pushing and pulling of the door while in motion) is not covered under warranty as this is deemed as abuse. If you require an Automatic Door opener for free/manual door use ( that can be pushed or pulled without the need to press a button) please choose the Spring Return opener code: DWSR102U
** PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING**
1. The DWPS102U is a Power To Open / Power To Close door opener and must be used in conjunction with Push Pads, Activation Sensors, Remote KeyFobs etc. Although the DWPS102U does have a “Push & Go” Feature it should not be pushed and pulled open / closed manually.
Full installation manuals can be downloaded from this website please read and understand both products to assess which product is better suited for your application.
2. The door must have no resistance while opening/closing and all such devices should be removed these include door closers, spring assistance, draft excluders, weathers strips etc. not doing so will damage the equipment and invalidate the Products Warranty.
3. Consideration must be given if fitting a locking device to ensure enough room is available after the automation is fitted.
4. Always recommend fitting a Safety Sensor and a Fingerguard to Automatic Doors it is the installers responsibility to ensure the equipment is installed, commissioned and maintained to EN16005 Standards.
5. Always undertake a full site Risk Assessment before purchasing Automatic Door Equipment, and consult with a Fire Safety Officer where necessa
Safety is essential to protect persons from physical harm if they approach Automatic Doors. Electric locking systems can advise you on the requirements to comply with EN16005 (the standard for Automatic Door safety) but the installer and purchaser is responsible for conducting a Risk Assessment and that the equipment is installed and maintained to these standards.
Please call us for a free, no obligation chat and download the EN16005 Summary Guide HERE
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