King Dynamos 24/400 - 24V Sliding Gate Motor for gates to 400kg
Made in Italy a fast moving sliding gate motor gate up to 220mm/s with soft stop, obstacle detection for safety, partial opening for pedestrian entry, optional safety photocells and easy setup. Includes 2 x remote controls, 4m rack and has the option of power at the gate, low voltage cable to gate from power at the house or solar power.
Downloads: Installation Manual - Programming Manual - Solar Install
Smart Digital Control Panel
Built in computerised control panel with many precise adjustable features including: maximum speed, slow down when approaching open or close limit can change slow down position, safety reverse sensitivity and stopping when reaching open or close hard stop, auto-close delay, open part way for pedestrian entry and more.
A safety photocell is recommended when using auto-close.
2 x Four Button Remote Controls
Has one button to open another to stop, a third to close and forth to open part way for pedestrian entry.
Multiple power options
Standard motor plugs into a power point at the gate but this can be hard wired if you prefer by simply removing the supplied power lead and connecting the power directly inside the motor (must be done be a registered electrician) OR you can add either a low voltage or solar kit
Optional Battery Backup
Built into the motor itself that takes over if there is a power failure so you don't get stuck inside or outside your property.
4m Rack included
For gates up to 3.7m wide. If your gate is wider then extra rack can be added.
Keyed Manual Release
To allow the gate to be opened by hand in case of a power failure the gate operator can be release with a key.
Heavy Duty Sealed Gearbox
Die cast aluminium alloy base and gear box sealed to prevent dust, rain and insects damaging the unit and ensuring long lasting operation. Maintenance free.
Has a Powerful 24VDC motor suitable for gates up to 400kg on level ground with a 100% duty so is suitable for Light Commercial Use where it can be opening many times in a row but not more than 60 operations per day on average.