null  null
Installation Manual for the
ANNIVERSARY
SERIES
MEDIUM DUTY
WARNING!
This equipment is similar to other gate or door equipment and meets or exceeds
Underwriters Laboratory Standard 325 (UL 325). However, gate equipment has
hazards associated with its use and therefore by installing this product the installer
and user accept full responsibility for following and noting the installation and
safety instructions. Failure to follow installation and safety instructions can result
in hazards developing due to improper assembly. You agree to properly install
this product and that if you fail to do so Gates That Open, LLC shall in no event
be liable for direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages or loss
of profits whether based in contract tort or any other legal theory during the
course of the warranty or at any time thereafter. The installer and/or user agree
to assume responsibility for all liability and use of this product releasing Gates
That Open, LLC from any and all liability. If you are not in agreement with this
disclaimer or do not feel capable of properly following all installation and safety
instructions you may return this product for full replacement value.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY before
attempting to install and use this automatic gate opener. This gate opener
produces a high level of force. Stay clear of the unit while it is operating and
exercise caution at all times.
All automatic gate openers are intended for use on vehicular gates only.
rev - 08/25/11
Printed in China for GTO
This product meets and exceeds the requirements of UL 325, the standard which regulates gate opener safety,
as established and made effective March 1, 2000, by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
3121 Hartsfield Road • Tallahassee, Florida, USA 32303
Telephone GTO Sales: 1-800-543-GATE (4283) or (850) 575-0176 • Fax (850) 575-8912
or GTO Technical Service: 1-800-543-1236 or (850) 575-4144 • Fax (850)575-8950
www.gtoaccess.com­
2004 Gates That Open, LLC
©
U.L. Gate Operator Classifications
Residential Vehicular Gate Operator—Class I: A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in a home of one-tofour single family dwelling, or a garage or parking area associated therewith.
Commercial/General Access Vehicular Gate Operator—Class II: A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in a
commercial location or building such as a multifamily housing unit (five or more single family units), hotel, garages, retail
store, or other building servicing the general public.
Industrial/Limited Access Vehicular Gate Operator–Class III: A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in an
industrial location or building such as a factory or loading dock area or other locations not intended to service the general
public.
Restricted Access Vehicular Gate Operator–Class IV: A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in a guarded
industrial location or building such as an airport security area or other restricted access locations not servicing the general
public, in which unauthorized access is prevented via supervision by security personnel.
Product Usage
The GTO Gate Operator meets all of the safety requirements of a Class I Residential Vehicular Gate Operator and is
intended for use solely with vehicular swing gates in single-family residential applications.
The GTO Gate Operator system certified to be in compliance with the following safety standards (current edition as of
publication date):
Product in compliance with the latest UL-325 and UL-991 safety standards by ETL. Product in compliance with
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 247-92.
Product in compliance with IEC 60335-2-103:2003 and IEC 60335-1:2004, including A1:2004.
Converting Metric Units to English Equivalents
When You Know
Multiply By To Find
Symbol
centimeters
meters
kilograms
in. (or ")
ft. (or ')
lb. (or #)
0.3937
3.2808
2.2046
inches
feet
pounds
Converting English Units to Metric Equivalents
When You Know
Multiply By To Find
inches
feet
pounds
2.5400 centimeterscm
0.3048meters m
0.4535 kilogramskg
Converting Temperature
deg. Celsius
deg. Fahrenheit
Symbol
(°C x 1.8) + 32
(°F-32) ÷ 1.8
deg. Fahrenheit
deg. Celsius
°F
°C
FOR YOUR RECORDS
Please record the following information product serial number (located on right side of control box), be sure to
keep all receipts for proof of purchase. Refer to this information when calling GTO for service or assistance
with your automatic gate opener.
Serial Number:____________________________________
Date of Purchase:_________________
Place of Purchase:____________________________________________________________________
Table of Contents
Gate Opener Class Categories--------------------------------------------------------------inside cover
Units and Standards Conversion Chart----------------------------------------------------inside cover
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST!--------------------------------------------------- page iii
Important Safety Instructions --------------------------------------------------- page 1
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Disconnecting the Opener--------------------------------------------------------------page 1
Important Safety Instructions for the Consumer-------------------------------------page 2
Secondary Means of Protection Against Entrapment-------------------------------page 5
Required Safety Precautions for Gates------------------------------------------------page 6
Warning Signs and Labels--------------------------------------------------------------page 7
Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------------- page 8
Parts List----------------------------------------------------------------------------------page 8
Technical Specifications --------------------------------------------------------------page 10
Installation Overview -------------------------------------------------------------------page 11
Installation of the Mounting Hardware-----------------------------------------------page 12
Mounting the Opener--------------------------------------------------------------------page 16
Installation of the Closed Position Stop----------------------------------------------page 16
Powering the System --------------------------------------------------------------- page 18
Solar Chart--------------------------------------------------------------------------------page 18
Installing the Battery Box--------------------------------------------------------------page 19
Connecting the Batteries----------------------------------------------------------------page 20
Connecting Power Cable to Opener---------------------------------------------------page 21
Detailed Wire Routing Diagram-------------------------------------------------------page 22
Connecting the Transformer------------------------------------------------------------page 23
Connecting Solar Panel(s)--------------------------------------------------------------page 25
Control Board Settings ----------------------------------------------------------- page 25
DIP Switches-----------------------------------------------------------------------------page 25
Setting the Closed Position-------------------------------------------------------------page 26
Obstuction Sensitivity and Auto-Close-----------------------------------------------page 27
Setting Your Personal Transmitter Code -------------------------------------- page 28
Installing the Receiver ------------------------------------------------------------ page 29
Connecting Accessories ----------------------------------------------------------- page 30
Wiring Accessories ----------------------------------------------------------------- page 31
Push to Open Installation --------------------------------------------------------- page 33
Maintenance & Troubleshooting Guide --------------------------------------- page 36
Repair Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------- page 38
Column Installation Information ----------------------------------------------- page 39
Accessory Catalog ----------------------------------------------------------------- page 40
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST!
Thank you for purchasing a GTO/ACCESS SYSTEMS gate opener. When correctly installed and properly used,
your gate operator will give you many years of reliable service. Please read the following information to ensure
you have the correct system for your particular needs. This manual will enable you to properly install your
Automatic Gate Operator.
The gate operator is designed for installation on a Pull-To-Open (gate that opens into the property) single leaf
gate. By purchasing an optional Push-To-Open Bracket (347IH) the gate operator can accommodate a Push-ToOpen (gate that opens out from the property) single gate leaf. The gate must not exceed 16 feet in length nor
weigh more than 550 pounds* (please see Technical Specifications on page 10). The gate operator can be used on
vinyl, aluminum, chain link, farm tube, and wrought iron gates. Use on solid (wood) gates is not recommended.
Solid surface gates have a high resistance to the wind. If the wind is strong enough, the operator will obstruct,
stop, and blow fuses, or may damage equipment
The gate operator accommodates extra transmitters, digital keypads, solar panels, push buttons, automatic gate
locks, and other access control products. These optional accessories are shown in the back of this manual.
The gate operator features adjustable stall force. This safety feature makes the gate stop and reverse direction
within two seconds when it comes in contact with an obstruction. The “MIN” setting means the gate will exert
the minimum force on an obstruction before it stops and reverses direction.
The gate operator also has an adjustable auto-close feature. It can be set to remain open from 3 to 120 seconds
before automatically closing. Pressing the transmitter button at any time after the gate fully opens will cause it to
close immediately. “OFF” is the factory setting; meaning the gate will stay open until you press the transmitter
button (or keypad, etc.) again.
Please call GTO at (800) 543-GATE [4283] or (850) 575-0176 for more information about our GTO/ACCESS
SYSTEMS professional line of gate operators and accessories.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO INSTALL YOUR AUTOMATIC GATE OPERATOR:
Read these instructions carefully and completely to become familiar with all parts and
installation steps. You must read the installation manual for detailed instructions on gate
operator safety and proper use of the gate operator.
24/7 Troubleshooting Wizard: http://support.gtoinc.com
iii
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Because automatic gate openers produce high levels of force, consumers need to know the potential hazards associated with
improperly designed, installed, and maintained automated gate opener systems. Keep in mind that the gate opener is just
one component of the total gate operating system. Each component must work in unison to provide the consumer with
convenience, security, and safety.
This manual contains various safety precautions and warnings for the consumer. Because there are many possible
applications of the gate opener, the safety precautions and warnings contained in this manual cannot be completely exhaustive
in nature. They do, however, provide an overview of the safe design, installation, and use of this product. CAREFULLY
READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, WARNINGS, AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS TO
ENSURE THE SAFE SYSTEM DESIGN, INSTALLATION, AND USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
Precautions and warnings in this manual are identified with this
warning symbol. The symbol identifies conditions
that can result in damage to the opener or its components, serious injury, or death.
Because GTO automatic gate openers are only part of the total gate operating system, it is the responsibility of the
consumer to ensure that the total system is safe for its intended use.
To Manually Open and Close the
Gate, Follow the Procedure Below:
CAUTION: The gate will move freely and uncontrolled when the gate opener
is removed from the gate. ONLY disconnect the opener when the opener power
switch is OFF and the gate is NOT moving.
Front Mount
Disconnecting the Opener
1. Turn opener power switch OFF.
2. Remove hairpin clip, clevis pin, and bushing
from the front mounting point.
3. Remove the opener from the mount.
The gate can be opened and closed manually
when the opener is disconnected.
Clevis Pin
Gate Bracket
IMPORTANT: NEVER allow opener arm to hang
by the front mount - it will break from the arm weight.
Bushing
CAUTION: Because the Mighty Mule gate opener is
battery powered, disconnect the opener ONLY when the
power switch on the opener is turned OFF. Unplugging
the transformer does not turn power to the opener OFF.
Hairpin Clip
NOTE: Substitute included Pin Lock for the clevis pin on the
front mount of the gate opener to prevent unauthorized removal
of the opener from the gate.
1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
For The Consumer
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury or death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS. Failure to meet the requirements set forth in the instruction
manual could cause severe injury or death, for which the manufacturer cannot be held responsible.
2. When designing a system that will be entered from a highway or main thoroughfare, make sure the system is placed
far enough from the road to prevent traffic congestion.
3.
The gate must be installed in a location that provides adequate clearance between it and adjacent structures when
opening and closing to reduce the risk of entrapment. Swinging gates must not open into public access areas.
4.
The gate and gate opener installation must comply with any applicable local codes.
I. Before Installation
1. Verify this opener is proper for the type and size of gate, its frequency of use and the proper class rating.
2.
Make sure the gate has been properly installed and swings freely in both directions. Repair or replace all worn or
damaged gate hardware prior to installation. A freely moving gate will require less force to operate and will enhance
the performance of the opener and safety devices used with the system.
3.
Review the operation of the system to become familiar with its safety features. Understand how to disconnect the
opener for manual gate operation (see page 1).
4.
This gate opener is intended for vehicular gates ONLY. A separate entrance or gate must be installed for pedestrian
use (see page 6).
5.
Always keep people and objects away from the gate and its area of travel. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE
PATH OF A MOVING GATE.
6.
Pay close attention to the diagram below and be aware of these areas at all times.
ZONE 2
ZONE 1
Entrapment
Zones for a
Pull-To-Open
Application
ZONE 3
ZONE 5
ZONE 4
Driveway
2
Gate in the
Open Position
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Entrapment Zones for a proper Pull-To-Open installation:
Zone 1 – leading edge of the gate and the fence post.
Zone 2 – between the gate and the gate post.
Zone 3 – the path of the gate.
Zone 4 – the space between the gate in the open position and any object such as a wall, fence, tree, etc.
Zone 5 – pinch points between the opener and gate or post.
II. During Installation
1.
Install the gate opener on the inside of the property and fence line. DO NOT install an opener on the outside of the
gate where the public has access to it.
2.
Be careful with moving parts and avoid close proximity to areas where fingers or hands could be pinched.
3.
Devices such as contact sensors (safety edges) and non contact sensors (photo beams) provide additional protection
against entrapment.
4.
If push buttons or key switches are installed, they should be within sight of the gate, yet located at least 10 feet from
any moving part of the gate (see diagram below). Never install any control device where a user will be tempted to
reach through the gate to activate the gate opener.
5.
Do not activate your gate opener unless you can see it and can determine that its area of travel is clear of people,
pets, or other obstructions. Watch the gate through its entire movement.
6.
Secure outdoor or easily accessed gate opener controls in order to prohibit unauthorized use of the gate.
Pull-To-Open
Application
10'
10'
10'
Moving Gate
Area
Driveway
NEVER INSTALL
any control device
within gray area
3
10'
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
III. After Installation
1.
Attach the warning signs (included) to each side of the gate to alert the public of auto­matic gate operation. It is
your responsibility to post warning signs on both sides of your gate. If any of these signs or warning decals become
damaged, illegible or missing, replace them immediately. Contact GTO for free replacements.
2.
The gate is automatic and could move at any time, posing a serious risk of entrapment. No one should be in contact
with an activated gate when it is moving or stationary.
3.
Do not attempt to drive into the gate area while the gate is moving; wait until the gate comes to a complete stop.
4.
Do not attempt to "beat the gate" (drive through) while the gate is closing. This is extremely dangerous.
5. Do not allow children or pets near your gate. Never let children operate or play with gate controls. Keep the
remote controls away from children and unauthorized users; store controls where children and unauthorized users do
not have access to them.
6. KEEP GATES PROPERLY MAINTAINED. Always turn power to opener OFF before performing any
maintenance. Spray a soft cloth with silicone spray and clean the push-pull tube at least once per month.
7.
Service the gate and gate opener regularly. Grease hinges, spray push pull tube with high quality silicon spray.
8. To operate this equipment safely, YOU must know how to disconnect the opener for manual gate operation
(see page 1). If you have read the instructions and still do not understand how to disconnect the opener, contact the
GTO Service Department.
9. Disconnect the opener ONLY when the power is TURNED OFF and the gate is NOT moving.
10.
Make arrangements with local fire and law enforcement for emergency access.
11. Distribute and discuss copies of the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS section of this manual with all
persons authorized to use your gate.
12.
IMPORTANT: Save these safety instructions. Make sure everyone who is
using or will be around the gate and gate opener are aware of the dangers
associated with automated gates. In the event you sell the property with the
gate opener or sell the gate opener, provide a copy of these safety instructions
to the new owner.
Should you lose or misplace this manual, a copy can be obtained by
downloading one from the GTO® Access Systems web site (www.gtoaccess.
com), by contacting Gates That Open, LLC, at 3121 Hartsfield Road,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303 or by calling 1-800-543-4283 and requesting a
duplicate copy. One will be provided to you free of charge.
4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
As specified by Gate Operator Safety Standard, UL 325 (30A.1.1), automatic gate operators shall have an inherent
entrapment sensing system, and shall have provisions for, or be supplied with, at least one independent secondary means to
protect against entrapment. GTO gate openers utilizes Type A, an inherent (i.e., built-in) entrapment sensing system as the
primary type of entrapment protection. Also, the gate opener has provisions for the connection of Type B1 or B2 protection
to be used as the secondary type of entrapment protection, if desired.
1. For gate operators utilizing a non-contact sensor (e.g., photo-electric sensor– Type B1) in accordance with UL 325
(51.8.4 [h]):
A. Refer to the sensor manufacturer’s instructions on the placement of non-contact sensors for each type of application.
B. Care shall be exercised to reduce the risk of nuisance tripping, such as when a vehicle trips the sensor while the gate
is still moving.
C. One or more non-contact sensors shall be located where the risk of entrapment or obstruction exists, such as the
perimeter reachable by a moving gate or barrier.
2.
For gate operators utilizing a contact sensor (e.g., safety edge sensor– Type B2) in accordance with UL 325 (51.8.4 [i]):
A. One or more contact sensors shall be located at the leading edge, bottom edge, and post edge, both inside and
outside of a vehicular swing gate system.
B. A hard wired contact sensor shall be located and its wiring arranged so that the communication between the sensor
and the gate operator is not subjected to mechanical damage.
C. A wireless contact sensor such as one that transmits radio frequency (RF) signals to the gate operator for entrapment
protection functions shall be located where the transmission of the signals are not obstructed or impeded by building
structures, natural landscaping or similar obstruction. A wireless contact sensor shall function under the intended
end-use conditions.
You may want to consider adding photo beams to your installation. GTO Photo Beams [R4222] provide a “non contact”
means of entrapment protection.
Leading Edge Contact Sensor
on both sides of the gate
Photo Beam
Photo Beam
Vehicular Gate
Bottom Edge Contact Sensor
on both sides of the gate
Post Edge Contact Sensor
on both sides of the gate
ENTRAPMENT ALARM (UL 325; 30A.1.1A)
The GTO® Gate Opener is designed to stop and reverse within 2 seconds when the gate comes in contact with an obstruction.
Additionally, these openers are equipped with an audio entrapment alarm which will activate if the unit obstructs twice while
opening or closing. This alarm will sound for a period of 5 minutes, or until the opener receives an intended signal from a
hardwired entry/exit source (e.g. push button control or keypad) and the gate returns to a fully open or fully closed position.
Turning the power switch on the opener arm OFF and back ON will also deactivate the alarm. Wireless controls such as
transmitters and wireless keypads will not deactivate the alarm.
5
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Required Safety Precautions for Gates
Install Warning Signs
Warning signs alert people of automatic gate operation and are required when installing the GTO® Access Systems Gate
Opener. Furthermore, a walk-through gate must be installed if pedestrian traffic is expected near the vehicular gate. We
recommend using the GTO Bulldog Pedestrian Gate Lock (Call the GTO Sales Department) for controlled access.
Bulldog Pedestrian
Gate Lock
(recommended, not included)
Pedestrian Gate
Contact Sensor
Warning Sign
(recommended, not included)
Vehicular Gate
Contact Sensor
(recommended, not included)
Contact Sensor
(recommended, not included)
Entrapment Protection
GTO’s inherent obstruction settings, even when properly adjusted, may not be sensitive enough to prevent bodily injury in
some circumstances. For this reason, safety devices such as safety edge sensors (or photoelectric sensors), which stop and
reverse gate direction upon sensing an obstruction, are suggested for enhanced protection against entrapment.
Warning Signs
! WARNING
The warning signs (at right) must
be installed on both sides of the
gate (see page 7 for details).
Moving Gate Can Cause
Injury Or Death
1. KEEP CLEAR! Gate may move at any time.
2. Do not allow children to operate gate or
play in gate area.
3. This gate is for vehicles only. Pedestrians
must use a separate entrance.
6
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
These warning labels should be found at the
locations specified below. If any of them
are missing, immediately contact GTO for
replacements.
!
GTO DC SWING SERIES
Conforms to UL325
5th Edition Standards
9901178
XXXXXX
Serial No.
SSMD-0000000
Gates That Open, LLC - Tallahassee, Florida USA
Product identification label (1)
installed under rear mount on arm.
Warning signs (2 enclosed) to be installed on each side
of the gate (3–5 feet above the bottom of the gate).
ANNIVERSARY
SERIES
1-800-543-4283
MEDIUM DUTY www.gtoaccess.com
!
MOVING
GATE!
TO MANUALLY OPEN AND CLOSE THE GATE
1. Turn opener power switch OFF.
2. Disconnect front or rear mount from
mounting bracket.
3. Pull opener away from mounting
bracket and move gate.
Disconnect opener ONLY when the power
switch is OFF and the gate is not moving.
!
Can Cause Injury or Death
1. KEEP CLEAR! Gate may move at any time.
2. Do not allow children to operate gate or play in gate area.
3. This gate is for vehicles only. Pedestrians must use separate entrance.
Maximum Gate: 550 lbs. (249.4 kg); 16 ft. (4.9 m) • Voltage: 12 Vdc; Frequency: 0Hz; Power: 25W • Class I Vehicular Swing Gate Operator
Logo and warning labels (2) installed on each side of opener housing.
7
Parts List - Opener and Mounting Hardware
! WARNING
Moving Gate Can Cause
Injury Or Death
Batteries (2)
Battery Box (1)
1.
KEEP CLEAR! Gate may move at any time.
2.
Do not allow children to operate gate or
play in gate area.
3.
This gate is for vehicles only. Pedestrians
must use a separate entrance.
Receiver (1)
Warning Signs (2)
GTO Transmitters(2)
Closed Position
Stop Plate (1)
1
5
15
Post Pivot Bracket (1)
Post Bracket (2)
Transformer (1)
10’ Battery Wire
Harness (1)
Pin Lock (1)
Battery Connector
Harness (1)
Gate Bracket (1)
Hardware Bag Contents
3/8" x 8" Bolt (4)
3/8" Washer (9)
3/8" x 2-3/4" Bolt (2)
3/8" Lock Washer (7)
3/8" x 2" Bolt (1)
5/16" Washer (1)
5/16" x 1-3/4" Bolt (1)
3/8" Nut (7)
2" Mounting Screw (5)
8" Nylon Cable Tie (14)
Gate Opener (1)
3/8" x 1-1/2" Clevis Pin (2)
Hairpin Clip (2)
8
5/16" Nut (1)
3/8" Bushings (2)
Tools Needed
• Power Drill
• Open End Wrenches — 1/2", and 9/16"
• 3/8" Drill Bit
• Hacksaw or Heavy Duty Bolt Cutters
• Small (Flat Bladed) Screwdriver
• Phillips Screwdriver/ Large
• Tape Measure
• Level
• Wire Strippers
• C-Clamps — small, medium, and large
• Center Punch
• Extra person will be helpful
YOU MAY ALSO NEED THESE ITEMS BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE INSTALLATION
(Some of these items can be found in the Accessory Catalog page 40):
•
Low voltage wire (RB509) will be needed to run from the transformer to the opener control board; length depends
upon the distance between the transformer power supply and the opener arm. See Powering the System on page 18,
and the Accessory Catalog.
•
If your gate is more than 1000' away from AC power source you will need to use at least one GTO 5 watt Solar
Panel (FM122) to charge the 12 Volt batteries. See the Accessory Catalog.
•
If your fence post is made of wood and is less than 6" in diameter or 6" square, see page 12.
•
If your fence post is larger than 6" in diameter you will need threaded rods or carriage bolts longer than 8". See
page 15.
•
PVC conduit.
•
If you have thin walled tube or panel gates, see Recommended Reinforcement Examples on page 12.
•
Depending on the type of gate, a horizontal cross member or mounting plate may be needed to mount the front
of the opener and gate bracket to the gate. See page 11, step 2; page 15, step 10.
•
Surge protection for transformer.
•
Some types of installations require U-Bolts.
9
Technical Specifications
GTO® Access Systems Gate Opener
DRIVE
• Low friction screw drive (linear actuator) rated for -5 ºF to +160 ºF (-28 ºC to +71 ºC).
• Powered by a 12 V motor with integral case hardened steel gear reducer. Motor speed reduced to 260 rpm.
• Maximum opening arc of 110º. Approximate opening time (90º): 18 seconds, depending on weight of gate.
POWER
• The system is powered by two 12 Vdc 7.0 Ah, rechargable acid batteries.
• Battery charge is maintained by a 120 Vac, 18 Vac output transformer [rectified to 14.5 Vdc (40 VA) through the GTO
control board] or by optional GTO Solar Panels [the panel should generate minimum of 5 W at 300 mA]. A diode on
the control board prevents battery discharge.
IMPORTANT: Never use both transformer and solar panel - this will damage the battery and control board.
• One (1) blade-style control board fuse is rated for 15 A.
NOTE: The transformer should not be directly connected to any battery. Do not replace fuses with higher ampere rated fuses; doing so will void your warranty and may damage your control board.
CONTROL
• GTO microprocessor-based control board is set for single leaf, pull-to-open gate installations. DIP switches can be
adjusted to accommodate an optional kit for push-to-open gates (see Accessory Catalog).
• A circuit on the control board regulates charging. "Sleep draw" is 25 mA; "active draw" is 2 to 5 A.
• Auto-memorization of digital transmitter code.
• GTO remote-mounted RF receiver tuned to 318 MHz.
• Opener length with push-pull tube fully retracted is 371/4", mounting point to mounting point.
• Adjustable auto-close timer (OFF to 120 s), and obstruction sensitivity.
• Power terminal bock accommodates a transformer or solar panels.
• DIP switches simplify setup of gate opener.
• Accessory terminal block fully compatible with all GTO access controls.
• Control board allows connection of safety edge sensors and photoelectric sensors.
• Audio entrapment alarm sounds if unit encounters an obstruction twice while opening or closing.
OPERATIONAL CAPACITY
• The Gate Capacity Chart shows approximate cycles, per day, you can expect from the gate opener when powered with
a transformer. Actual cycles may vary slightly depending upon the type and condition of gate and installation.
Gate Capacity /Cycle Chart
Gate Weight
Estimated number of daily cycles, based on use with a transformer.
550 lbs.
450 lbs.
350 lbs.
250 lbs.
150 lbs.
100 lbs.
50 lbs.
125
135
145
155
165
175
185
5’ - 6’
Number of Cycles Per Day
NR
NR
115
115
NR
125
115
125
135
125
135
145
135
145
155
145
155
165
155
165
175
12’
10’
8’
NR
NR
NR
115
125
135
145
14’
NR
NR
NR
NR
115
125
135
16’
NOTE: "NR" indicates this
size and weight combination
is not recommended for the
gate operator.
Gate Length
NOTE: BALL BEARING HINGES SHOULD BE USED ON ALL GATES WEIGHING OVER 250 LB.
To determine the number of cycles the gate opener will perform using solar panels, please see the specifications
listed on page 18.
* An operation cycle is one full opening and closing of the gate.
These specifications are subject to change without notice.
10
Installation Overview
Pull-to-Open Gates (Gate Opens into the Property)
The diagram shown below is an example of a pull-to-open installation on a chain link fence and single gate. Mounting the
opener on a masonry column requires special procedures; see Column Installation Information on page 39 if you intend
to mount the opener on a column. Furthermore, if you have a push-to-open gate, you will need to purchase a push-to-open
bracket (347IH) (see Accessory Catalog) to properly configure your system. See Push to Open Installation on page 33
before proceeding.
Receiver
Gate Swings Evenly and Freely
Hung Firmly and Plumb
Horizontal Cross Member
Battery Box
Post Bracket Assembly
Single Gate Opener
120 Volt indoor
Transformer
(surge protector
not supplied)
Warning Sign
Gate Bracket
10’ Battery Harness
Closed Position Stop Plate
Fence Post Set in Concrete
Run 1000' (max.) of low
voltage wire to control
box from transformer
(wire not included).
PVC conduit (not included)
to protect wire from lawn
mowers and weed eaters.
Preparation of the Gate
Step 1
The gate must be plumb, level, and swing freely on its
hinges. Wheels must not be attached to the gate. The
gate must move throughout its arc without binding or
dragging on the ground. Note that gates over 250 lb.
should have ball bearing hinges with grease fittings.
Horizontal Cross Member
Step 2
The fence post must be secured in the ground with
concrete so it will minimize twist or flex when the
opener is activated. We recommend you position the
opener near the centerline of the gate to keep the gate
from twisting and flexing. The addition of a horizontal
or vertical cross member (if one is not already in place)
to provide a stable area for mounting the gate bracket is
also important.
Vertical Cross Member
11
Installation of Mounting Hardware
The position of the post bracket determines the leverage and efficiency of the opener. The post bracket position also sets the
clearance between the opener and gate in the open and closed positions (minimum 2 inches for safety reasons).
The curved design of the post bracket works well for installations on round and square fence posts. Because the post bracket
carries the entire thrust of the active opener, bolts that completely penetrate the fence post must be used.
On wooden posts, place a metal plate or washer
(not supplied) between the nuts and the fence
post to prevent the thrust of the opener from
pulling the bolts and washers out of the wood.
Metal Plate
Wooden Post
Wooden Post
Metal Plate
NOTE: A fence post smaller than 6" in diameter
or 6" square should be made of metal instead
of wood so that it will remain stable while the
opener is moving the gate.
Post
Bracket
Post Bracket
Larger than 6" diameter post
Post
Pivot Bracket
Post Pivot Bracket
Center of Gate Hinge
On round posts of 6" diameter or larger, the post pivot bracket may
not be necessary for the installation. In this instance, the two post
brackets are mounted by themselves.
Pull-to-Open Installation
IMPORTANT:
We strongly recommend using steel pipe, wood or metal to reinforce thin walled tube gates or wood to reinforce panel gates
as shown. These reinforcement methods will prevent damage to the opener and gate when the opener is installed.
Recommended Reinforcement Examples
Muffler Clamp
(not supplied)
Gate Bracket
Muffler Clamp for
Gate Bracket
Thin Walled
Tube Gate
Gate Bracket
Wood or Metal
Reinforcement
Wood or Metal
Reinforcement
(not supplied)
Gate
Bracket
Panel
Gate
1" x 6"
Wood
Reinforcement
12
1" x 6" Wood
Reinforcement
Determining the Mounting Position
of the Post Bracket Assembly and the Gate Bracket
Post Bracket Assembly
Step 3
Insert the 3/8" x 2" bolt through
the center hole of the post
brackets and post pivot bracket
as shown. Fasten a 3/8" lock
washer, 3/8" washer and 3/8" nut
on the end of the bolt. DO NOT
overtighten the nut because the
post pivot bracket will have to be
adjusted later.
3/8" x 2" Bolt
NOTE: The following steps are
intended for pull-to-open gate
installations. If you are mounting
your opener on a push-to-open gate
(e.g., a gate on a sloped driveway)
you will need to purchase a Push
To Open bracket (347IH) (see
Accessory catalog). Also, see Pushto-Open Installation beginning on
page 33.
Post Bracket
Post Pivot Bracket
Post Bracket
3/8" Washer
3/8" Lock Washer
3/8" Nut
Step 4
Attach post bracket assembly and gate bracket to the opener with the clevis pins and bushings. Secure the clevis pins with
hairpin clips.
Clevis Pin
Front Mount
Rear Mount
Clevis Pin
Bushing
Gate Bracket
Opener
Bushing
Hairpin Clip
Post Bracket Assembly
Hairpin Clip
Step 5
With the gate in the open position (up to 110º from its closed position), and the opener fully retracted, adjust the post
bracket assembly and gate bracket until the opener is level. While holding the opener level, use C-clamps to temporarily
keep the post bracket assembly and gate bracket in their respective positions on the fence post and gate.
Post Bracket Assembly
Level Opener
LEVEL hori
zontal cro
Gate In Open Position
Fence Post
13
ss membe
r
Gate Bracket
IMPORTANT: While determining the mounting point for the post pivot bracket assembly, be sure that the position allows
for minimum 2 inches of clearance between the gate and the opener in both the open and closed positions, as shown in the
diagrams below. This clearance will give the opener the most efficient leverage point for opening and closing the gate and
more importantly provides the least possible pinch area.
Step 6
When you feel that you have the best position for the post pivot bracket in the open position, insert the 5/16" x 1-3/4" bolt
through the aligned holes of the post bracket and post pivot bracket to hold it in place. Remove the clevis pin from the front
mount and while supporting the gate opener, swing the gate and gate opener to the closed position. With the gate and gate
opener in the closed position check the clearance and be sure that the gate opener is not binding at the post pivot bracket.
If you don't have 2 inches of clearance or the gate opener is binding on the post pivot bracket, remove the 5/16" x 1-3/4" bolt
and readjust the pivot bracket until you can achieve these important clearances.
With the post pivot bracket in the optimum position for clearance and freedom of movement, reattach the opener to the gate
bracket in the open position and recheck the gate opener level and make sure the brackets are clamped securely.
2" minimum
Pinch Area
Gate in the
CLOSED POSITION
7” - 19” stroke
Be sure gate opener
and bracket don't bind.
Pinch Area
Gate in the
OPENED POSITION
2" minimum
TIP: Turning the pivot bracket over gives
more hole alignment options for the post
pivot bracket assembly. You can also move
the entire post pivot bracket assembly to
different positions on the gate post to help
achieve the proper clearances.
14
Installing the Post Bracket Assembly and Gate Bracket
Step 7
Mark reference points for bolt holes for the gate bracket on
the fence post through middle of bracket slots. Also mark the
holes for the gate bracket holes on the cross member of the gate
(shown in Step 10). Marking reference points in this manner
allows room for adjustment when mounting the post bracket
assembly and gate bracket. After marking your reference points,
remove the opener and brackets from the fence and gate.
Mark fence post through middle of bracket slots
and drill 3/8" holes
EXAMPLES
TOP VIEW
Post Bracket
Assembly
Step 8
Drill 3/8" holes into fence post as marked.
Round Metal Post
Step 9
Fasten post bracket assembly to the fence post using
(4) 3/8" x 8" bolts, washers, lock washers, and nuts (provided).
Remove excess bolt length extending beyond the tightened nuts
with a hacksaw or bolt cutters.
Square Metal Post
SIDE VIEW
NOTE: In cases where the fence post has a diameter larger than
6", threaded rods or carriage bolts longer than 8"
(not supplied) must be used.
Step 10
Square Wood Post
Remove excess bolt length with hacksaw or bolt cutters
Drill 3/8" holes into the gate cross member as marked.
Mount gate bracket using (2)
3/8" x 23/4" bolts, washers, lock washers,
and nuts (provided). Cut off excess bolt
length extending beyond the tightened
nuts.
Round Wood Post
Gate In Open Position
LEVEL ho
rizontal cr
oss membe
r
Mark cross member through middle of
gate bracket slots and drill 3/8" holes
Gate Bracket Mounting Examples
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
Mounting Plate
Created for
Decorative Gate
(required but not
supplied)
Round Tube & Chain Link Gate
Remove excess bolt length
with hacksaw or bolt cutters
Square Tube Gate
15
Mounting the Opener
Step 11
Attach the opener to the securely bolted post bracket assembly and gate bracket using clevis pins, bushings, and hairpin clips,
or Pin Lock (included). Verify that the opener is level and adjust the post bracket assembly if necessary.
Post Bracket Assembly
bolted to fence post
Level Opener
LEVEL hori
zontal cros
s member
Gate Bracket bolted
to gate cross member
Clevis Pin, Bushing, and Hairpin Clip
Fence Post
Gate In Open Position
Clevis Pin, Bushing, and Hairpin Clip
Installation of the Closed Position Stop
The GTO® Gate Opener firmly holds the gate in the closed position using the positive stop plate. The positive stop
helps stabilize the gate leaf in the closed position. To further enhance the stability and security of your gate, install
the optional GTO Automatic Gate Lock (see Accessory Catalog).
Step 12
Gate Hinge
Remove hairpin, clevis pin, and washer from front mount
and close the gate (remember to support opener). Fasten
the closed position stop plate to the end of the gate frame on
the gate centerline, but do not tighten it completely. Slide
the stop plate toward the fence post until they touch (see
illustration). Once you have moved the stop plate to the
correct position, tighten its hardware completely.
Closed Position
Stop Plate
The gate opens to 110º (max.)
Use the appropriate hardware for your type of gate (use
U-bolts if you have a tube or chain link gate; wood or lag
screws for wood gates; etc.). This hardware is not provided.
SIDE VIEW
Gate Post
Closed Position Stop Plate mounted
on metal post with U-bolts.
Fence Post
TOP VIEW
16
At this stage of the installation, the opener should be installed on the
gate and the closed position stop should be in place.
Check List
• The gate is plumb, level, and swings smoothly on its hinges.
• A plate or support was added for the gate bracket (if necessary).
• The opener is level and mounted on the centerline of the gate.
Preparing to Activate the System
In order to have easy access to the control board during the rest of the installation,
remove the opener and remount it upside down.
IMPORTANT:
ON/OFF
Switch
Return the opener arm to the
upright position when installation
is complete to prevent water
damage to the control board.
Bottom
Access Panel
F
F
O
N
O
17
Powering the System
IMPORTANT:
•
The transformer is designed and intended for indoor use. If the transformer can be plugged only into
an outside electrical outlet, a weatherproof cover or housing (available at local electrical supply stores)
must be used.
•
All low voltage wire used with the GTO® Gate Opener must be 16 gauge dual conductor,
stranded, direct burial wire (see page 22 and the accessory pages). Do not run more than 1000 feet of
wire.
If your gate is more than 1000 ft. from an ac power source, you will need to use at least one 5 watt
Solar Panel to charge the battery (see the accessory pages). Refer to the Solar Panels and Gate
Activity chart below.
•
NEVER USE TRANSFORMER AND SOLAR PANEL(S) AT THE SAME TIME
– it willl damage the control board –
Solar Panel and Gate Acticity Chart
The table and map
illustrate the maximum
number of gate cycles
to expect per day in a
particular area when
using from 5 to 30 watts
of solar charging power.
(see Accessory Catalog).
The figures shown are
for winter (minimum
sunlight) and do not account for the use
of any accessory items.
Single Gate Winter Ratings
12 v single gate (5 watts) solar charger 12 v single gate (10 watts) solar charger 12 v single gate (15 watts) solar charger 12 v single gate (20 watts) solar charger 12 v single gate (25 watts) solar charger 12 v single gate (30 watts) solar charger Accessories connected to your system
will draw additional power from the
battery and will require additional solar
panels.
NOTE: A maximum of 30 watts of solar
charging power can be connected to
the GTO® Gate Opener. Consult Solar
Panel Installation Instructions for further
information.
18
Zone 1
4
8
11
14
17
20
Zone 2
Zone 3
8
16
20
28
36
44
13
26
30
38
46
54
Installing the Battery Box
Step 1
Remove the battery box cover. Drill 1/8
inch holes through the back of the battery
box at the 4 positions marked "Locate
Mounting Screws Here."
Top
Battery Box
Step 2
Mount the battery box using the
screws (provided) or another secure
mounting method to a solid surface
that will support the weight of the box
and batteries. The battery box must
be mounted at least 3 feet above the
ground and within 6 feet of the gate
post.
Cover
Bottom
IMPORTANT: DO NOT mount the
battery box with the cover facing UP.
This will allow water from rain and
irrigation to accumulate inside the
battery box that will ruin the batteries
and short out the system.
Connecting the Batteries
Step 3
With the Battery Box mounted to a secure surface insert the two 12 Volt
batteries included in the kit. Place the terminals up as shown.
Step 4
Connect the Battery Connection Harness to the batteries. BLACK wires
to the NEGATIVE (–) terminals and RED wires to the POSITIVE (+)
terminals. Now connect Battery Connection Harness to the Opener Power
Cable using plug in connectors.
Battery Connection
Harness
Opener
Power Cable
Battery
Connection
Harness
20
19
Step 5
Located at the bottom of the Battery Box cover are a couple thin areas
(knock-outs) in the lip. Break or cut away the larger one to allow room
for the battery wires to enter the battery box when the cover is in place
without being pinched.
Knock-outs
Step 6
With batteries connected replace the Battery Box cover and carefully run the Opener Power Cable through the Knock-out
and secure the cover using screws.
Battery Box
Wire routed
through
Knock-out
20
Cover
20
Connecting Power Cable to Opener
Step 1
Control Board Access Cover
With the opener mounted in the upside down position
remove the Control Board Access Panel on the bottom
of the opener arm.
ON/OFF
Power Cable
Connector
Control Board
FF
ON/O
ON/OFF Switch
Receiver Wires
Step 2
IMPORTANT: Make sure the power switch on the opener arm is in
the OFF position.
Run the plug end of the Power Cable wire up to the opener arm and
plug it into the Power Cable connector coming from the control board.
Power Cable Connector
10 foot Power Cable
from Battery Box
20
FF
ON/O
21
ON/
OFF
IMPORTANT: Deailed Wire Routing Diagrams
The Power Cable has an
in-line 20 Amp fuse that
must be placed inside the
opener when connecting the
battery to the opener. The illustration to the right shows
the best placement for the
Power Cable, connector and
in-line fuse.
ON/OFF
Receiver Wire
FF
ON/O
20
Power Cable
Connectors
Power Cable
In-Line 20 Amp Fuse
(included)
Power Cable
from Battery Box
The wires from the power cable, receiver, transformer or solar
panel, and any accessories that have been installed must be
routed down the sides of the opener and flatly out the strain
relief slot in the back of the opener.
To avoid stripping screw
holes - tightening screws
by hand with a hand held
screwdriver is recommended.
Routing Pin
Neatly arrange
all wires to lay
flat as they
come out of
the opener.
Strain Relief Slot
Battery Power Cable
Transformer Wires
Receiver Wires
Accessory Wires
22
–o
Wire Routing
ON/OFF
It is IMPORTANT that the wires lay flat and run inside the
routing pins at the back of the opener and out the strain relief
slot without being pinched when the control board access
cover is replaced. See the illustrations to the right and below.
Connecting the Transformer
IMPORTANT: Never connect the transformer and a solar panel to the opener control board at the same time. It will damage
the control board.
If you are using SOLAR PANEL(S) to charge the opener battery, skip this section and go to "Connecting Solar Panel(s)"
section on page 25.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT LOW VOLTAGE WIRE
The only wire acceptable for use with GTO products is 16 gauge stranded, low voltage, PVC sheathed
wire. This particular gauge enables the transformer to provide an adequate charge through the control
board to the battery at distances up to 1000 ft.
DO NOT use telephone wire or solid core wire. Unlike stranded wire, these types of wire are not
appropriate for use with your gate opener system.
AVOID splicing wires together. Splicing permits corrosion and seriously degrades the wire's ability to
carry an adequate current.
Step 5
Select the 120 Volt electrical outlet into which you will plug the transformer. Lay the low voltage wire in a trench following
a path from the selected electrical outlet to the control box. Wires coming up from the ground should be run through PVC
conduit to protect them from lawn mowers, weed eaters, and grazing animals. Be sure to bury the wire laid in the trench.
Step 6
Bring enough wire up through
the PVC conduit to allow for gate
movement from open to closed
position. See example.
GTO indoor
Transformer
(surge protector
not supplied)
PVC conduit (not included)
to protect wire from lawn
mowers and weed eaters.
Run 1000' (max.) of low
voltage wire to control
board from transformer
(wire not included).
23
15
2
3
RF
CHARGING
POWER
Low Voltage Wire
from Transformer
Step 8
At the transformer end, strip 1/2" of insulation from the
ends of the low voltage wire. Attach these stripped ends
to the transformer terminals.
We suggest crimping a spade tongue terminal (not
provided) to the end of each wire before attaching it to
the transformer.
Spade Tongue Terminal
(not provided)
Step 9
Transformer
Plug the transformer into the electrical outlet. (Use of a surge
protector with the transformer is strongly recommended.)
24
SURGE PROTECTOR
Make sure the exposed wires do not touch each other!
RCVR
RED
BLK
GRN
COMMON
CYCLE
EDGE
18VAC/
SOLAR
INPUT
H
L
AUX
OUT
EXIT
LINK
SAFETY
Tighten set screws against exposed end of
wires.
4
Strip 3/16" off the ends of the low voltage
wire and twist tightly. Insert these ends to
the 18 VAC terminal block located on the
control board (see illustration at right). The
wires can be inserted into either terminal
regardless of color. Be certain not to let
the exposed wires touch each other!
ON
1
Step 7
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
Connecting Solar Panel(s)
SET
LEARN
15
LIMIT REMOTE
IMPORTANT: Never connect the transformer and a solar panel to the opener control board at the same time.
It will
damage the control board.
1
ON
PULL-PUSH
2
MODE1
If you are using the transformer included to charge the opener battery, skip this section and go to "CONTROL BOARD
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
SETTINGS" below.
3
4
RF
CHARGING
POWER
Strip 3/16" off the ends of the low voltage wire from the solar
panel and twist tightly. Insert these ends to the 18 VAC terminal
block located on the control board (see illustration at right). The
wires can be inserted into either terminal regardless of color. Be
certain not to let the exposed wires touch each other!
BLK
RCVR
NOTE: For multiple panels wire the panels in parallel as shown
in this diagram.
Solar Panels connect in PARALLEL
BLACK
STATUS
attach BLACK to negative (–) solar terminal on control board
attach RED to positive (+) solar terminal on control board
CONTROL BOARD SETTINGS
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
DIP Switches
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
Main DIP Switch Settings (MODES)
1
ON
2
3
4
ON
1
2
3
DIP Switch #1 - Push/Pull-to-Open
If your gate opens into the property the DIP Switch is
set to OFF (factory). If your gate opens out from the
property the DIP Switch must be set to the ON position.
NOTE: if you have a Push-to-Open gate application you
will need a Push-to-Open bracket (see Push-to-Open
Instructions on page 33).
LEARN
REMOTE
15
SET
LIMIT
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
4
PULL-PUSH
CHARGING
MODE1 POWER
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
RF
RED
CYCLE
COMMON
EDGE
SOLAR
PANEL
EXIT
AUX OUT
18VAC
SAFETY
LINK
DIP Switch #4 - Lock/Beacon
This DIP selects the mode of operation of the "AUX
OUT" terminal.
BLK
BLACK
RED
GRN
RED
Low Voltage Wire
from Solar Panel(s)
RCVR
The OFF (factory) setting is selected when the
Automatic Gate Lock is used with the gate operator.
The RED wire from the lock control board is connected to the "AUX OUT (H)" terminal and the BLACK wire
from the lock control board is connected to the "AUX OUT (L)" terninal. (OFF position provides a timed pulse of
voltage to the accessory while the gate opener is activated.)
The ON setting is selected when a beacon or light is used with the Mighty Mule 350. One wire from the low
voltage beacon or light is connected to the "AUX OUT (H)" terminal and the other to the "AUX OUT (L)"
terminal. Wire colors doesn't matter for this connection. (ON position provides a continuous voltage to the
accessory while the gate opener is activated.)
25
RED
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
CYCLE
EXIT
18VAC/
SOLAR
INPUT
H
L
AUX
OUT
Tighten set screws against exposed end of wires.
SAFETY
LINK
Setting the Closed Position Limit
For PULL-TO-OPEN Installation
FF
ON/O
Turn the power switch on
the opener arm to the ON position
NOTE: The OPEN limit is when the opener is fully retracted and the gate is
in the full open position. The open limit setting can only be adjusted by moving
the gate bracket. To achieve the optimum closed position, you must adjust the
CLOSED limit setting:
Fully Open Position
Step 1
While programming, be sure the gate is in the OPEN POSITION and
the operator is mounted upside-down with “SET LIMIT" BUTTON
visible on the control board.
Fully Closed Position
Step 2
Activate your opener by pressing the entry transmitter. Your gate should now be moving from the fully open position
toward the closing position. Prepare to STOP gate when it reaches the desired closed position by pressing the entry
transmitter again. The optimum CLOSED position is when the gate closes firmly, without excess tension, against the
gate post. This step may be repeated until desired close position is achieved. Once the desired CLOSED position has
been achieved, proceed to step 3.
Step 3
With your gate firmly closed. Program the closed limit setting by PRESSING & HOLDING the “SET LIMIT"
BUTTON on the control board for 5 seconds.
Step 4
STATUS
Save the setting by pressing the transmitter and allowing the gate
to return to the fully open position. YOUR CLOSED POSITION
LIMIT IS IS NOW PROGRAMMED.
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
SET LIMIT Button
TESTING YOUR CLOSED LIMIT SETTING:
Press your entry transmitter and allow your gate to close. If CLOSED
position is not correct or needs to be changed you will need to CLEAR your
CLOSED LIMIT (see below) setting and follow steps 1 through 4 again.
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
LEARN
REMOTE
15
SET
LIMIT
1
2
3
4
26
RF
CHARGING
POWER
BLK
RCVR
RED
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
CYCLE
SOLAR
PANEL
EXIT
LINK
18VAC
SAFETY
AUX OUT
ON
CLEARING PROGRAMMED CLOSED LIMIT SETTING:
If you make a mistake and set the limit at the wrong position – press your
transmitter to return the gate to its fully opened position, then press and hold
the "SET LIMIT" button for 5 seconds. This will clear the memory for the
closed limit position. Follow Steps 1-4 again.
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
Obstruction Sensitivity Potentiometer Setting
IMPORTANT: For safety reasons the obstruction setting or
Stall Force on the GTO® gate opener's control board comes
from the factory set at MIN (minimum). In many gate installations this setting will need to be adjusted to overcome the
weight and size of the gates.
STATUS
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
The Stall Force potentiometer on the control board operates
like a volume control on a radio. It controls the obstruction
sensitivity (or the amount of force the opener will apply to an
obstruction) before it automatically stops and reverses direction for approximately two (2) seconds.
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
SET
LIMIT
MIN
LEARN
REMOTE
MAX
15
STALL FORCE
1
ON
Use a small slotted screwdriver to turn the arrow in the center
of the potentiometer. Adjust the sensitivity from the MINIMUM position where the gate operates without obstructing
from its own weight or the wind conditions in your area.
2
3
4
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
RF
CHARGING
POWER
NOTE: You may need to increase the
stall force in cold weather due to increased
resistance from gate hinges.
RED
BLK
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
SOLAR
PANEL
CYCLE
18VAC
EXIT
AUX OUT
SAFETY
LINK
RCVR
ALWAYS KEEP SAFETY AT THE TOP OF YOUR LIST WHEN ADJUSTING OR
SERVICING YOUR AUTOMATIC GATE OPENER!
STATUS
Setting Auto-Close Time
CLOSE TIME (auto close timer): Determines how long the
gate will remain open before it automatically closes. The limits
are OFF to 120 seconds. The factory setting is OFF.
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
15
SET
LIMIT
OFF
LEARN
REMOTE
120
1
ON
CLOSE TIME
2
3
4
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
RF
CHARGING
POWER
27
RCVR
RED
BLK
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
CYCLE
SOLAR
PANEL
SAFETY
AUX OUT
EXIT
LINK
18VAC
Setting Your Personal Transmitter Code
All GTO transmitters are set to a standard code at the factory and are ready to operate your GTO® Gate Opener. For your
safety and security, however, we strongly recommend that you replace the factory setting with your own personal code.
Follow the directions below:
1. Remove the Transmitter Cover
On the back of the transmitter use a small phillips head screw driver to remove
the two screws on the sides of the visor clip and separate the front cover from the
transmitter. With the front cover removed, the battery and the DIP switches will
be exposed. To set a new code, use a small screwdriver to move the switches.
LE
D
–
0
+
1
2
3
4
5
A2
A
LK
AL
6
3S
IN
E
7
8
9
12
BA
TT
EC
E
V
ER
Y
2. Set the transmitter DIP Switches
There are nine (9) transmitter DIP switches; each can be placed in three different
positions (+, 0, –). DO NOT set all the switches in the same position, such as all +,
all 0, or all –. Once the DIP switches have been set to a personal code, replace and
close the access cover.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
+
0
ECE
WARNING: No other adjustments should be made inside the transmitter.
3. “Teach” the New Code to Control Board Memory
A. Press and hold transmitter button.
B. Press and hold the LEARN REMOTE button on
the control board until it beeps.
C. Release transmitter button.
D. Release LEARN REMOTE button. The new code
is stored in control board memory.
STATUS
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
LEARN
REMOTE
15
SET
LIMIT
1
ON
2
3
4
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
RF
CHARGING
POWER
28
BLK
RCVR
RED
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
SOLAR
PANEL
CYCLE
EXIT
AUX OUT
SAFETY
LINK
18VAC
LEARN REMOTE
Button
Installing the Receiver
Use the transmitter to check the range of the receiver before permanently mounting it.
Consider the following when mounting the receiver:
• Standard receiver cable length is 10 feet (receivers with a longer cable are available as
special order items; call the GTO Sales Department). NEVER splice receiver cable!
• Run the cable through PVC conduit to protect it from damage.
• DO NOT run cable in conduit containing ac wiring.
• The receiver range can vary from 50 to 100 feet depending upon weather, topography,
and external interference.
NOTE: Do not mount upside down.
FCC Regulation
This device complies with FCC rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept an interference that may cause undesired operation.
Transmitter distance may vary due to circumstances beyond our control. NOTE:
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. In accordance
with FCC Part 15, Section 15.21, the manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference
caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could VOID the user
authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. The external solid wire
antenna was used during FCC testing. Substitutes should not be used.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in particular installations. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures: • Increase the separation between the equipment and the
receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that which the receiver is
connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
29
Connecting Accessories
Input Connections
• All control inputs are dry-contact, normally open, inputs. DO NOT apply external voltage sources to
these inputs.
• All inputs are connected with respect to COMMON terminal.
• The status LED will blink once when any input is activated.
7
6
EXIT
4
SAFETY
3
EDGE
2
CYCLE
1
COMMON
GRN
BLK
RED
5EXIT: (Typically for use with exit loop or wand)
• Activation of this input will open the gate if it’s not already at the open position
• Activation of this input while at open limit will restart the auto close time (if enabled).
6AUX/OUT: Multi-function output: refer to DIP Switch 4 on page 25.
30
CHARGING
POWER
5
RCVR
4SAFETY: (Typically for use with photo
beam device, loop detector or other
non-contact sensors)
• Activation of this input while the gate is
closing will cause the gate to stop and
return to the opened position.
• Activation of this input while the gate is
opening has no effect (gate will continue
to open).
• Activation of this input while gate is idle
will prevent gate from closing.
LINK
3EDGE: (Typically for use with safety edge
device)
• Activation of this input while the gate is
closing will cause the gate to stop and
reverse direction for approximately 2
seconds.
• Activation of this input while the gate is
opening has no effect (gate will continue
to open).
• Activation of this input while gate is idle
will prevent gate from closing.
18VAC/
SOLAR
INPUT
2CYCLE: (Typically for use with push button
or hard-wired keypad)
• Each activation at this input will cycle
the operation as follows:
OPEN–STOP–CLOSE–STOP–OPEN
H
L
AUX
OUT
1COMMMON: Circuit common (reference
for all logic input)
• Two (2) terminals to provide extra
common connection point.
Wiring Accessories
CHARGING
POWER
1
RED
2
BLK
3
GRN
EXIT
4
COMMON
BLACK
5
CYCLE
6
18VAC/
SOLAR
INPUT
EDGE
7
RED
H
L
AUX
OUT
SAFETY
LINK
RCVR
3
Automatic Gate Lock (FM144 & FM142)
1
Edge Sensor
1
2
Push Button Control (RB101)
4
1
1
4
GHI
7
PRS
2
ABC
5
JKL
8
TUV
0
Photo Beams (R4222)
3
DEF
6
MNO
9
WXY
1
2
Digital Keypad (F310)
5
1
Vehicle Sensor (FM139)
NOTE: There may be additional connection options for
applications that are not illustrated here.
Refer to accessory manuals for details.
31
Refer to Vehicle Sensor
manual for additional
connections.
FINAL STEP
When everything has been connected to the opener...
Replace the control board access cover.
If you were working with the opener
with the control board access facing up,
remove the opener arm from both mounts
and remount it in the upright position
(control board cover facing down).
Failure to remount opener in the up right
position will allow water to enter the
opener and cause damage to the opener
control board.
32
Push to Open Installation
Swinging gates shall not open into public access areas!
A "Push-to-Open" gate opens out from the property.
A Push-to-Open Bracket (347IH) is required for this type of installation
(see Accessory Catalog). If you have a pull-to-open gate (gate opens into
the property), return to page 11; step 1.
In a PUSH-TO-OPEN installation the opener is installed while the gate is in
the closed position.
Step 1
With the gate closed, adjust the post bracket assembly and the gate
bracket until the opener is level. While holding the opener level, use
C-clamps to temporarily keep the post bracket assembly and gate
bracket in their respective positions on the fence post and gate.
Post Bracket Assembly
Determining The Mounting Position
of The Post Bracket Assembly
3/8" x 2" Bolt
Post Bracket
Push-To-Open Bracket (347IH)
optional accessory
Post Bracket
3/8" Washer
3/8" Lock Washer
3/8" Nut
IMPORTANT: While determining the mounting point for the post
pivot bracket assembly be sure that the position allows for maximum
clearance between the gate and the opener in both the open and closed
positions, as shown in the diagrams below. This clearance will give the
opener the most efficient leverage point for opening and closing the gate
and more importantly provides the least possible pinch area.
7" to 19" stroke
Step 2
After verifying that you have the best position
for the post pivot bracket, insert the 5/16" x 1 3/4"
bolt through the aligned holes of the post bracket
and post pivot bracket and fasten it with the 5/16"
washer and nut.
Gate in the Open Position
Pinch Area (gray)
2" minimum
IMPORTANT: If you loosened the clamp on
the post bracket to achieve the optimum position,
tighten it in its new position and recheck the gate
bracket with the gate in the open position (move the
gate bracket and re-clamp it if necessary).
Gate in the Closed Position
Pinch Area (gray)
2" minimum
33
Step 3
With the gate in the fully closed position and the opener retracted, swing the opener to the gate. Mark reference points for
bolt holes on gate cross member through middle of gate bracket slots. The opener must be level. (Some vertical adjustment
is possible by sliding the post bracket assembly up and down.) Drill 3/8" holes into the gate cross member as marked. Fasten
gate bracket to cross member using (2) 3/8" x 3" bolts, washers, lock washers, and nuts. Attach the opener to the post bracket
assembly and gate bracket using clevis pins, bushings, and hairpins clips.
Gate In Closed Position
Level Operator
LEVEL ho
rizontal c
ross mem
ber
STATUS
Clevis Pin, Bushing and Hairpin Clip
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
Gate Post
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
LEARN
REMOTE
15
SET
LIMIT
1
2
3
4
ON
1
2
3
4
Make sure the control box power switch is OFF. Use a small
screwdriver to move the Number 1 DIP switch from the factory setting
(OFF / Pull-To-Open) to ON for Push-To-Open. Turn power switch
ON. The control board is now configured to push the gate open.
ON
Step 4
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
PULL-PUSH
CHARGING
MODE1 POWER
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
RF
BLK
RED
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
CYCLE
SOLAR
PANEL
EXIT
AUX OUT
SAFETY
LINK
18VAC
RCVR
Setting the Open Position Limit
Step 1
Confirm that the power switch is in the ON position, and the gate is in the CLOSED POSITION.
Step 2
Activate your opener by pressing the entry transmitter button. Your gate should now be moving from the closed position
toward the open position. Prepare to STOP gate by pressing the entry transmitter button again when the gate reaches the
desired open position. This step may be repeated until desired open position is achieved. Once the desired OPEN position has
been achieved, proceed to Step 3.
34
Step 3
STATUS
With the gate in the desired open position PRESS & HOLD the “SET LIMIT"
button on the control board for 5 seconds.
Step 4
MIN
MAX
STALL FORCE
Press the transmitter button and allow the gate to return to the closed position.
YOUR GATE’S OPEN POSITION LIMIT IS NOW PROGRAMMED.
SET LIMIT Button
OFF
120
CLOSE TIME
TESTING YOUR OPEN LIMIT SETTING:
SET
LIMIT
15
Press your entry transmitter and allow your gate to open. If the OPEN position
is not correct or need to be changed, you will need to CLEAR your OPEN
LIMIT settings and follow steps one (1) to four (4) again.
LEARN
REMOTE
1
2
3
4
35
RF
CHARGING
POWER
If you make a mistake and set the limit at the wrong position – press your
transmitter to return the gate to the closed position, then press and hold the
"SET LIMIT" button for 5 seconds. This will clear the memory for the open
limit position. Follow steps one (1) to four (4) again.
BLK
RCVR
RED
GRN
COMMON
EDGE
CYCLE
SOLAR
PANEL
EXIT
LINK
18VAC
SAFETY
AUX OUT
ON
CLEARING PROGRAMMED OPEN LIMIT SETTING:
PULL-PUSH
MODE1
MODE2
LOCK/BEACON
Maintenance & Troubleshooting Guide
If your gate opener does not function properly after it is installed, use this guide before calling the GTO Service Department.
• On all gates weighing 250 lb. or more, routinely grease the ball bearing hinges at least 4 times a year; more
frequently if the gates are in a coastal area.
• While oxidation is a normal part of weathering of equipment that is exposed to the elements, we recommend
you apply silicone spray the front and rear mounts to minimize this effect.
• Clean the push-pull tube with a soft, dry cloth and apply silicone spray to it at least once a month.
Audible/Buzzer/Alarm Feedback:
1. 1 beep with 2 seconds off:
Limit switch error: Limit switch’s normally open and normally close inputs both open or both shorted. The alarm will automatically shut off in 4 seconds after the problem is corrected.
2. 5
3. 4. 5. 6. beeps with 2 seconds off:
Low battery condition detected: Low battery can occur if the following condition is detected:
While in idle state and the battery voltage is below ~11.5 Volts.
While running and the battery voltage is below ~10.0 Volts.
The alarm will automatically shut off when the idle voltage is more than 12 Volt.
The unit may continue to operate even when low battery is detected.
The STATUS LED will also blink when the buzzer is beeping. See page 36 #3 and #4.
1 beep when attempting to run the unit:
No battery is connected.
Blown fuse.
Dead cell or extremely low battery condition.
Alarm continuously beeps (remote does not operate unit AND not at either limit):
Two consecutive obstructions have been detected without reaching the limit. Alarm will automatically shut off after 5 minutes. ‘Power-cycle’ the unit will also shut off the alarm.
Learn Remote:
When a new code is learned from the remote the alarm will sound. Release the ‘LEARN REMOTE’ button will turn the alarm off. See "Setting Your Personal Transmitter Code" section on page 28.
Power-Cycle:
The alarm will beep for 1 second upon power up.
Visual/LEDs Feedback:
1. RF LED (LED2):
Blinking when there is 318 MHz signal is received. This LED is typically off when the receiver is connected and no 318 MHz signal is presented.
36
STATUS LED (LED1):
While the unit is IDLE:
1 blink with 2 seconds off:
Free Exit terminal is shorted to common.
2 blinks with 2 seconds off:
Safety terminal is shorted to common.
3 blinks with 2 seconds off:
Edge terminal is shorted to common.
4 blinks with 2 seconds off:
Cycle terminal is shorted to common.
2.
LEARN LIMIT Mode:
This LED will turn on when the ‘LEARN-LIMIT’ button is pressed. It will turn off after 3 seconds indicating that it has entered the learn limit mode (if not at the retracted limit) or cleared the previous learned limit (if at retracted limit). See "Setting Closed Position" section on page 26.
Whenever there is a change in state at any of the inputs this LED will blink once.
3.
POWER LED (Green):
ON: AC power or solar power is presented.
OFF: NO AC power or solar power is presented.
4.
CHARGING LED (Red):
Continuously ON: Fast charging mode. (~1.5 Amps charging current).
Blinking (two blinks per second): Soak charge. Enter this mode after fast charging. The battery is almost at full charge in this mode.
Slow blinking (one blink per second): Float charge. In this mode when the battery is fully charged.
The Gate CLOSES Then Opens Again on its Own:
1. Check the position of the mounting brackets and readjust if necessary.
2. Check the gate for binding or hinge damage.
The Gate OPENS Then Closes Again on its Own:
1. Check the position of the mounting brackets and readjust if necessary.
2. Check the gate for binding or hinge damage.
VOLTAGE READNGS
18 Vac Transformer____________________________18.0 to 22.0 Vac
5 W Solar panel (single)________________________18.0 to 22.0 Vdc 300 mA
measure voltage at panel and control box.
12 V Battery_________________________________12.0 to 13.5 Vdc 7.0 Ah
Charging circuit ______________________________12.0 to 14.8 Vdc
measure voltage with battery connected
37
Repair Service
If your GTO Gate Operator is not operating properly, please follow the steps below:
1. First use the procedures found in the Troubleshooting Guide inthis manual.
2. Use the 24/7 Troubleshooting Wizard at http://support.gtoinc.com.
3. If you are unable to solve the problem, call the GTO Service Department at (800) 543-1236, or (850)
575-4144. Refer to the serial number (located on the right side of the control box) and date of
purchase when calling for assistance.
4. If repair or replacement of your gate operator is necessary, the Service Department will assign a Return
Goods Authorization (RGA) number to you.
5. Securely pack the component(s) authorized for return to the factory. Include a copy of your sales
reciept for the purchase of the product(s). Write the RGA number issued to you on the outside of the
package in LARGE BOLD PRINT. Ship the package(s) freight prepaid to: GTO, 3121 Hartsfield Road, Tallahassee, Florida, USA 32303.
NOTE: Products returned to GTO without a Return Goods Authorization (RGA) number in LARGE
BOLD PRINT on the outside of the package WILL NOT be accepted. Also, items returned to GTO
freight collect WILL NOT be accepted.
GTO Technical Service and Installation Assistance
8:00am–7:00pm • Monday–Friday (EST)
Toll Free Support: 800-543-1236 • Local Support: 850-575-4144 • Fax: 850-575-8950
24/7 Troubleshooting Wizard: http://support.gtoinc.com
Gates That Open, LLC
3121 Hartsfield Road • Tallahassee, Florida, USA 32303 • (850) 575-0176 • Fax (850) 575-8912 •
Web site www.gtoaccess.com
38
Column Installation Information
IF THIS OPENER WILL BE USED WITH GATES THAT ARE MOUNTED ON
MASONRY, BRICK, OR ROCK (etc.) COLUMNS:
READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
A.
The simplest solution is to install the opener in a push-to-open configuration (requires Push-To-Open Bracket,
see Accessory Catalog). The minimum clearance is easier to achieve and clearance is no longer a problem,
since the opener will be pushing the gate away from the column instead of pulling it toward the column. It
is recommended that you place a steel plate between the opener mounting brackets and masonry surface for
additional strength.
B.
If a push-to-open installation is impossible due to traffic hazards, terrain, etc., another option is to re-hang the
gate. You may hang it on a post, either in the center of the column or at the back corner, or move the gate to the
back corner of the columns.
C.
The most difficult solution is to cut a notch in the column to accommodate the opener and power cable. This
job is NOT for the inexperienced!
Hinge
Gate
Column
Pivot Bracket
B
Column Mount Example
(A + B must be between 7” and 19”)
A
39
Accessories
Please visit www.gtoaccess.com for photos and detailed descriptions of GTO
Accessories. Or call 1-800-543-GATE (4283).
POWERING ACCESSORIES
Low Voltage Wire [RB509]
The 16 gauge, stranded, dual conductor low voltage wire is for connecting the AC
powered transformer, solar panel or wired accessories to the system’s control board. This
specially designed wire is UV resistant, PVC coated, and ready for direct burial.
Solar Panel Kits [FM122/FM123]
If your gate operator is more than 1000 ft. away from an AC power outlet, you can choose
to maintain the battery charge with the GTO Solar Panel Kit.
• 10 Watt Solar Panel Charging Kit [FM123]
• 5 Watt Solar Panel Charging Kit [FM122]
Additional/Replacement Battery [RB500]
For additional battery power or replacement.
“FROM VEHICLE” ENTRY AND EXIT ACCESSORIES
Transmitters [RB741/RB742/RB743]
Purchase an additional transmitter for each vehicle in your family. The Two-Button
Transmitter can be programmed to operate both your gate operator and a garage door
opener using the Universal Receiver. Or it can be programmed to open two gate operator
systems.
• Single Button Transmitter [RB741]
• Dual Button Transmitter [RB742]
• Three Button Transmitter [RB743]
Universal Receiver [RB709U-NB]
The Universal Antenna Receiver gives you the ability to use one remote to activate your
gate operator and your garage door opener. Connects to any brand garage door opener.
Up to 100 ft. range.
1
4
2
ABC
5
GHI
JKL
7
PRS
8
TUV
0
3
DEF
6
MNO
9
WXY
Digital Keypad [F310]
Allow friends access to your property using an identification code that you provide.
Program up to 25 entry codes for added security. Powered by three “AA” batteries (not
included).
40
POW
ER
Ans
wer
Per Grant
mis
sio
n
Ke
Ba ypa
tt d
Low
DV
9V
Residential Wireless Entry Intercom [F3100MBC]
Designed for added security to your automated gate with the ability to “speak to” and
“screen” visitors safely from inside your home. Ideal for securing gate entrances while
providing controlled access.
Gooseneck Pedestal [F100/F110]
Designed to mount digital keypads, wireless intercom systems, and other access control
devices for your gate automation system.
“HANDS FREE” Entry & Exit Accessories
Driveway Vehicle Sensor [FM139]
Automatically activates gate operator “Hands-Free” when a vehicle exits the property.
Electromagnetic sensor detects vehicles in motion.
• 50 ft. [FM139]
• 100 ft. [FM140]
• 150 ft. [FM141]
Wireless Vehicle Sensor [R4500]
Automatically activates gate operator “Hands-Free” when a vehicle exits the property.
100 ft. range between transmitter and receiver. Easy installation.
LOCKING & SECURITY Accessories
ATIC
OM CK ®
AUTE LOLO
CK
GASETCURITY
IC
TRON
ELEC
1
4
GHI
7
PRS
2
ABC
5
JKL
8
TUV
0
3
DEF
6
MNO
®
9
WXY
SEC
URITY
, Inc.
GATE
LOC
K
Automatic Gate Lock [FM144/FM142]
The #1 Accessory For Swing Gate Operators! Designed for added security in conjunction
with GTO Automatic Gate Operators. The gate lock unlocks and locks automatically
when the gate opens and closes. The perfect solution for high wind conditions.
Bulldog Pedestrian Gate Lock [FM145]
Designed to mount on horizontal swing “walk through” wood, chain link, and metal
pedestrian gates opening in or out. Ideal for securing pools, condominiums, schools
and any pedestrian gate.
Wireless Driveway Alarm [R4450].
This device alerts you of vehicles entering your driveway (with or without an automated
gate). The indoor base station signals you with a door chime when a vehicle passes the
driveway sensor.
41
ADDITIONAL Accessories
Photo Beams [R4222]
Primary “through beam” photo beam device. Provides “non-contact” entrapment
protection.
Pin Lock [FM345]
Use as a substitute for the clevis pin at the front mount of the gate operator to prevent
theft of the operator.
• Pin Lock 10-pack: ten Pin Locks keyed alike [FM345KA].
Push Button Control [RB101]
Wire this unlit push button directly to your gate operator for simple open/close/stop
operation from up to 1000 ft. away. Use 16 gauge low-voltage wire.
Replacement Transformer [RB570]
Standard 18 volt, 2200 mA AC transformer included with the gate operator to maintain
battery charge.
HARDWARE Accessories
Push To Open Brackets [347IH]
Required when the gate opener must push a gate open (arm extends to open), such
as away from a sloping driveway or where space prevents gate from opening into the
property (pull to open). Order two brackets for a dual swing gate installation.
Column Mount Lock Receiver [433IH]
For use with the Automatic Gate Lock or Bulldog Pedestrian Gate Lock when mounting
on brick columns or applications with limited space.
If you have a question about any special order item,
just call 1-800-543-GATE!
The contents of all material available on this installation manual are copyrighted by Gates That Open, LLC (“GTO”), unless otherwise indicated. All rights are reserved by GTO, and content may not be reproduced, downloaded, disseminated, published, or transferred in any form or by any means, except with the prior, written permission of GTO. Any reprinting of GTO publications is by permission only. Copyright
infringement is a violation of federal law.
Mighty Mule¨, E-Z Gate¨, GTO¨, are registered trademarks of Gates That Open, LLC America’s DIY Automatic Gate Openers is a trademark of GTO and are the exclusive property of Gates That Open, LLC.
All rights are reserved by GTO, and these marks may not be used, in any for without the prior, written permission of GTO.
42
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement