Sliding gate for Residential Use:
A wide range of motors for sliding gate for residential use is available, for light wings up to 400 kg and heavy wings up to 1,200 kg, for the installation of “custom-made” systems.
Sliding gate for Condominium Use:
The following motors for sliding gate for condominium use are available: for light wings of 300 kg and heavy wings up to 2,000 kg.
Sliding gate for Industrial Use:
For industrial use, it is possible to automate heavy sliding gates for large entrances (as in the case of shopping centres, factories, hospitals, etc.), with motors designed to operate gates having wings up to 12,000 kg. Designed to ensure maximum safety in operation and reliable performance over time, to withstand all weather conditions.
ONDA 624 ONDA 800
AT 80 E
ONDA 624 ONDA 801 E
AT 80 E
AT 80 E AT 86 T
ONDA 2000 AT 88 T
AT 90 T
AT 92 T
TYPICAL SYSTEM COMPOSITION
1. Operator: device allowing, with an external power supply, to move a sliding gate.
2. Control unit: electronic unit for handling the operator movement.
3. Transmitter: wireless equipment that transmits information to the control unit.
4. Antenna: device that increases the reception of the signals sent by the transmitter.
5. Flashing light: light signaling that the gate is moving.
6. Pair of photocells: safety devices stopping gate movement if an obstacle is detected
7. Control Unit: it allows activation of gate movement through a mechanical or electronic key.
8. Safety Edge: sensitive edge used to prevent the risk of crushing due to electric gate movement.
Standards EN 12453 and EN 12445 set out the minimum safety measures. For automation closing systems whose operation involves persons. These standards allow the identification of the necessary technical aimed at ensuring the safety of users and facilities.
Classification criteria include the position of the system, the type of user and the control mode.
The system can be:
A system can be found in a delimited private area, in a private area which adjoins a public area or in a completely public area.
The control can be:
the system can be controlled in a number of ways: automatic when the pulse activates a series of operations and not a single action; radio controlled if a pulse corresponds to a single operation (e.g.: opening or closing); operated by pulses from a fixed position if the activation of the system is possible from a single location even without automatic control reset; finally, it may lack the self-holding function, if the desired action lastsas long as the command activation.
MANDATORY SAFETY DEVICES THE SCENARIO-REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A. Operator present and control with automatic reset
B. Operator present and control with manual reset.
C. Mechanical or electronic devices (you need to check the conformity of the impact forces tolerated compared to reference standards)
D. Infrared photocells to detect obstacles in the operation area
EXAMPLE OF A TYPICAL SYSTEM COMPLIANT WITH EN 12453 – EN 12445 STANDARDS
ON A PUBLIC AREA
The system marks the boundary between a private and a public area (e.g. the driveway gate with a ramp for condominium garage)
This system is activated by people having received a proper training on the automation system operation
Safety is guaranteed by
INFRARED BEAM PHOTOCELLS
Aprimatic automation systems are designed for connection of all types of infrared beam photocells, ensuring greater safety for the user.
To send pulses even from a fixed position (e.g. from a desktop) or from a mobile station