GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS OF SHUTTER
The rolling shutter consists of a curtain made up of interlocked standard ms lath sections to the required width and height. The whole curtain is balanced and assembled and wraps round the drum. The drum is supported by anti friction bearings fixed to two side brackets which in turn are fixed to the wall. One of the brackets has a motor with chain and sprocket to drive the drum.
For additional locking and protection from break-in.
Providing enhanced protection against getting trapped.
Detecting obstacles when the beam of light is obstructed and preventing the gate from closing, they can be installed in a variety of scenarios and are even suitable for outdoor installation.
For additional optical hazard detection.
Ensures personal safety and stops the gate motion.
Controls the complete gate system when disconnected from mains (e.g. during maintenance).
For ensuring a stable radio range.
Allows the gate system to be operated only by authorised persons with a key.
For connecting a second operator to the control unit housing.
Ideal speed regulation for inclined gates; prevents the gate from rolling down an incline.
Supplies energy to the operator for up to 12 hours for maximum 10 door cycles in the event of a power failure.
Is used to expand the memory to 450 transmitter commands. If service is required, the saved transmitters can be easily moved to a new carriage.