MASTER20 SLIDING AUTOMATIC GATE KIT
Designed for residential, industrial and commercial sliding gates the Master is an automatic gate opener for sliding electric gates up to 2000kg in weight. Drive is by a powerful 240 volt motor making it ideal choice for sites with slopes.
240 VOLT SLIDING ELECTRIC GATE MOTOR - RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL - 2000KG
Sliding gates on slopes or hills can and do cause grief without careful motor selection. In particular we need to be able to control and stop the gate in the downhill run. This is where the MASTER20 comes in handy. Typical TAU quality shows up everywhere on the Master. Start with a powerful quality built 240 volt motor married to a typically tough TAU gearbox - add the control board complete with electronic braking and you have one very desirable operator ready for big gates and sloping sites. External finish is the typical TAU high standard with aluminum chassis.
Sliding gate motor with logic control and built in receiver
Metre length of steel reinforced nylon rack - six fixing lugs.
One metre lengths of steel rack with adjustable fixing angle.
4 channel 433mhz key ring style remote control.
TAU wireless outdoor keypad
Motor Voltage -
240 volts AC
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Operating speed -
11 metres per minute
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DOWNLOAD & MANUALS
MOTOR MANUAL -
LOGIC CONTROL MANUAL -
- Most sliding gate systems require rack (There are a few chain drive operators for industrial gates). Available in steel reinfoced nylon for gates up to 800 kilograms and a larger galvanised steel version for heavier industrial gates. One metre lengths with easy fix points. Click to view.
- A must have if you use automatic closing function is photocells. Photocells provide an extra level of safety to prevent gates from closing on vehicles or pedestrians. Sliding gates can have a single set between the gate posts or multiple sets if desired at various heights. Click to view.
MAINS POWER FILTER
- Gate automation like this usually is installed on commercial and industrial sites where you can be pretty certain the mains power is less than desirable. Dirty power can result in lack of reliability and increased service costs. Installing a good quality filter will not only guard against spikes and surges but clean up the power before it reaches your electronics. There is more information here