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Gate motor repairs- Accountable service delivery
Ant projects Specialize in all types of gate motor repairs, we pride ourselves in accountable and honest gate motor repair service. We will let you know if we are too busy to be able to assist you in in you gate motor repair needs. If we are able too assist you you can be sure to receive excellent friendly service from our gate motor repair technicians
What type of gate motor Repairs do we focus on
Our gate motor Repair services includes most of the typical gate motors on the automation market , brands such as NICE HANSA, CENTURION and ET gate motors fall within our gate motor repair services. We also provide our clients with some extra services suich as refurbishing gate motors, upgrading and the supply and setting of remote controls. We work with all the different sedisgns within the gate motor industry such as swing and sliding gates
Gate motor Repair services
New Installations of Gates, Gate Motors,
Repairs & Maintenance of Gates, Gate Motors,
Upgrading of existing gate motors
Gate motor Repairs basics
The typical gate motor works a 12V dc motor system and is a self contained unit,
which comprise of a single 12 Volt direct current electrical motor that drives
the rack pinion through a reduction gearbox. The electrical motor, carrier
bearing and associated components are mounted in a rust treated base
box. The base box is secured to the base plate, which in turn is cemented
or bolted to a concrete base. The complete unit is enclosed with a weather
The gate motor system is rigidly build for reliability, but with safety as first
priority. The electronic control card in conjunction with the limit switches
makes provision for the several unique features, such as remote controlled
gate opening, pedestrian opening facility, obstruction (ìimpactî) sensing,
adjustable ìauto closeî facility, infra red obstruction sensing facility
(optional) and normal push button operation.
A 12 Volt battery is used as the power source for the electrical motor. A
220 Volt trickle charger maintains the battery in a fully charged state. The
220 Volt current for the transformer is derived from a normal 220 volt mains
supply. The system can operate from a 17V ac supply if a more economical
cable from the main power supply to the gate motor is required
Gate motor Basic safety warnings
MAKE SURE THAT THE GATE YOU FIT THIS UNIT TO WILL UNDER
NO CIRCUMSTANCES OVERRUN ITS TRACK, EVEN BY BRUTE
NEVER WORK ON THE SYSTEM WITH THE ELECTRICAL POWER ON.
NEVER ALLOW PERSONS OR ANIMALS TO STAND ON THE GATE OR
TRACK WHILE THE GATE IS IN MOTION.
KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF THE RACK AND PINION GEAR WHILE THE
MOTOR IS IN OPERATION.
DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO PUT THEIR HAND THROUGH THE GATE
TRELLIS WHILE GATE IS MOVING.
TEST ALL OPERATING SYSTEMS ON A REGULAR BASIS,
ESPECIALLY THOSE RELATED TO THE SAFETY FEATURES.
Basic Gate Motor operation Procedures
1. Lower the manual override lever and move the gate to halfway open
position. Raise the override lever to engage the pinion into the rack.
2. Press the remote control button. The gate must move to the open
position and stop. If necessary, adjust the alluminium stopper position
on the rack.
If the gate moves to the closed position on the first
activation, the electrical motor direction is incorrectly set
and must be reversed. Refer to ìReversing the Electrical
Motor Directionî on page 13 for the correct procedure.
3. The gate will remain in the open position for the time as pre-selected
during the Auto Close dip switch settings. Gate will move to the fully
closed position and stop. If necessary, adjust the alluminium stopper
position on the rack.
4. Perform an obstruction-sensing test. If necessary, refer to
ìObstruction Sensitivity Adjustmentî on Page 14 and adjust the
5. Test the operation of the gate from inside the house by using the
1. The gate can now be operated by either the remote control or the
push button inside the house.
2. If either the remote control or the push button is pressed while the
gate is in motion, the gate will react as follows:
a. If Gate Were Closing: The gate will stop and open.
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b. If Gate Were Opening: The gate will stop and wait for the next
command. If the ìAuto Closeî function is selected, the gate will
close after the preset time.
3. If the gate senses an obstruction while closing, the gate will stop and
move to the open position.
4. If the gate senses an obstruction while opening, the gate will stop and
wait for the next command. If the ìAuto Closeî function is selected,
the gate will close after the preset time
1. A buzzer is mounted on the electronic control card and acts as an
audible tell tale indicator conveying the following messages:
Continuous beeps (approximately one beep every second) ñ
Gate is either opening or closing.
A single continuous beep (approximately two seconds) ñ
Warning that gate is going to close.
Double beeps in succession ñ Indicates a Main Power Supply
Triple beeps in succession ñ Indicates a Low Battery Voltage.
Approximately one beep every 5 seconds after gate has closed ñ
Gate is not fully closed.
2. The buzzer can be de-activated by removing the buzzer jumper from
the electronic control card. This will have no effect on the operation of