B/PRO Wand Installation

B/PRO Wand Installation
®
EXIT WAND
INSTALLATION MANUAL
PROUDLY
MADE IN THE
BY GTO, Inc.
WARNING
When an EXIT WAND is in use, the automatic gate operator could be activated by a
child on a bicycle, tricycle or other metal play equipment. This product is not recommended for applications exposed to children.
If you are installing this product on an AC powered gate operator, we recommend you
consult a certified electrician.
Parts Identification:
!
WARNING
WARNING
GATE
GA
TE OPENING SENSOR IN USE
The Automatic Gate Opener is activated when a
vehicle comes within range of the sensor buried
along side the driveway and could possibly be
activated by a child on a bicycle, tricycle or other
metal play equipment.
WAND with 50, 100 or 150 feet of
Direct Burial Cable
Double Spade
Connectors (2)
Battery Connection
Wires (2)
Warning Signs (2)
Wire Clamp
! WA
RNIN
G
Ty-Wraps (4)
Wire Nuts (3)
Range
Adjustment Board
GTO, Inc. • 3121 Hartsfield Road • Tallahassee, Florida 32303
1-800-543-GATE (4283) • www.gtoinc.com
RWINSTPRO
rev-3/20/02
Thank You ...
for purchasing the hands free EXIT WAND. This product requires no maintenance and will give you years of
enjoyment by providing hands free operation of your gate. GTO, Inc., has been designing and manufacturing
reliable, high quality products since 1987. Our corporate headquarters and state of the art manufacturing facility
is located in Tallahassee, Florida. One of our highest priorities is to provide outstanding technical service to our
customers. Therefore, if you have any questions or require any technical assistance, please call our toll free line
(800-543-1236) and ask to speak to one of our technicians.
The EXIT WAND you have purchased is designed with some of the most advanced technology available. In
layman’s terms, the wand detects a change in the earths magnetic field caused by a mass of metal in motion and
automatically opens your gate. The range adjustment potentiometer (POT) that connects to the control box
provides you with the ability to increase or decrease the wand’s sensitivity range.
If a metal object is placed directly above the wand (with little motion) it may cause the wand to activate, thus
opening your gate. For this reason we do not recommend the EXIT WAND in environments exposed to children.
Prior to installing your wand please read the manual thoroughly. There are important safety recommendations of
which you should be aware. This product, and any accessory you purchase, should only be installed on a gate
operator that meets the current safety standard (UL325). If you have a gate operator that is not listed with the
current standards, please contact the GTO sales department for consultation on a gate operator that can meet your
specific needs.
Joe Kelley, President of GTO, Inc.
Contents
Before You Start --------------------------------------------------------------------Terms and Definitions: ---------------------------------------------------------How the EXIT WAND works: ------------------------------------------------How the EXIT WAND’s RANGE ADJUSTMENT works: ---------------Placement of the WAND: ------------------------------------------------------Installation Overview: ---------------------------------------------------------Installing the EXIT WAND ------------------------------------------------------Determining WAND Location: -----------------------------------------------Installing The WIRE CLAMP: -----------------------------------------------Wiring the WAND to GTO/PRO Low Voltage Operators: ----------------Accessory Terminal Connection ----------------------------------------------Connecting the Range Adjustment Control Board: ------------------------Power Supply Connection: ----------------------------------------------------Powering Up the WAND: -----------------------------------------------------Adjusting the Range: -----------------------------------------------------------Wiring the WAND to GTO/PRO AC Powered Operators: ----------------Accessory Terminal Connection ----------------------------------------------Connecting the Range Adjustment Control Board: ------------------------Power Supply Connections: ---------------------------------------------------Powering Up the WAND: -----------------------------------------------------Adjusting the Range: -----------------------------------------------------------Installation on Other Brand Gate Operators --------------------------------Technical Specifications -----------------------------------------------------------Trouble Shooting -------------------------------------------------------------------Other GTO Products --------------------------------------------------------------2
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Before You Start ...
Please read the instructions completely before you begin the installation.
Terms and Definitions:
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METAL OBJECT: anything that is made of iron based metal, from a child’s toy to a car or truck.
WAND: the magnetic device inside the waterproof tube that detects METAL OBJECTS in motion.
MAGNETIC FIELD: an area around the WAND where metal in motion can be detected.
MAGNETIC DISTURBANCE: a change in the MAGNETIC FIELD which lets the WAND know that it
needs to send a signal to the gate operator to open the gate.
RANGE: the distance from the WAND in which a MAGNETIC DISTURBANCE can be detected in the
MAGNETIC FIELD.
RANGE ADJUSTMENT: the RANGE is adjustable from a 3 to 12 foot* radius by tuning the ADJUSTMENT
POTENTIOMETER (POT) on the RANGE ADJUSTMENT CONTROL BOARD (shown on page 5). Within
this RANGE, the closer you get to the WAND, the less metal and motion an object needs to cause a DISTURBANCE in the MAGNETIC FIELD.
CAUTION This principle explains why a child’s tricycle, bicycle and other metal play equipment moving
close to the WAND may have the same DISTURBANCE as a car or truck at a greater distance, and can cause
the gate to open.
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WIRE CLAMP: a device which provides a secure and weatherproof opening for the wire from the WAND to
be brought into a control box (see Parts Identification on cover).
DOUBLE SPADE CONNECTOR: a wire connector which allows the connection of two wires to be connected to a single terminal (see Parts Identification on cover).
How the EXIT WAND works:
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When a metal object such as a car, truck or motorcycle in motion disturbs the MAGNETIC FIELD around the
WAND, a signal is sent to the automatic gate operator’s control board, signaling it to open the gate.
The metal object must be in motion to disturb the MAGNETIC FIELD, thus activating the gate operator. A
stationary vehicle or object will not disturb the MAGNETIC FIELD.
How the EXIT WAND’s RANGE ADJUSTMENT works:
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The RANGE distance can be adjusted from a 3 to 12 foot* radius from the WAND.
The potentiometer varies the sensitivity range of the WAND to avoid unwanted moving metal objects from
activating the gate operator, such as: other moving gates; metal play equipment; garage doors; other vehicular
traffic; etc.
With the RANGE adjusted to the maximum of 12 feet*, a large metal object moving slowly will be detected
12 feet* from the WAND, while a small metal object moving slowly might not be detected at the same
distance. As you move closer toward the WAND, the small moving metal object will at some point cause a
DISTURBANCE in the MAGNETIC FIELD and activate the gate operator.
* Range distance is approximate and will vary due to outside interference, type of soil, vehicle mass, speed, etc.
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Placement of the WAND:
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Driveway
The WAND comes with 50, 100 or 150 feet of
cable. A typical installation will require about 5 feet
of wire to come from the ground up and into the
control box for connection to the power supply and
control board. Check your specific installation for
exact dimensions.
WAND:
2 feet from
driveway (max)
RANGE:
12 ft. radius
(max)
From the point on the ground where you will run
the Wand cable into the control box, lay the wire out
on a path as far as you can from the control box.
The WAND should be no more than 2 feet from the
edge of the driveway and no closer than 25 feet
from the end of the open gate.
25 ft. from
gate (min)
45, 95 or 145 ft.
of Cable (max)
The WAND’s RANGE can be adjusted to a maximum of 12 feet*. The movement of a gate in it’s
open position could cause a DISTURBANCE in the
MAGNETIC FIELD of the WAND if it comes
within the RANGE of the WAND. Make sure the
end of the open gate is a minimum of 25 feet from
the WAND. If you have a situation where the
WAND has to be buried closer than 25 feet you will
have to adjust the RANGE of the WAND to compensate for the closeness.
Open Gate
Outside
Sensor Range
Gate Operator
Control Box
Installation Overview:
•
Once the best location for the WAND is determined, you are ready to bury the WAND and run the cable
underground to the control box. Connect the WAND wires and the RANGE ADJUSTMENT CONTROL
BOARD to the gate operator control board and power supply. Adjust the RANGE if necessary. Finally, place
the WARNING signs on the gate. That’s it!
For Optimum Performance:
• Locate the WAND as far as possible away from power transformers, power lines, under ground gas
line, and telephone lines.
• Locate the WAND away from general moving traffic to prevent unwanted activation. Remember
that the WAND detects MAGNETIC DISTURBANCES caused by a vehicle’s mass and velocity.
• It is recommended that you run the Wand cable inside PVC conduit.
• Do not run Wand cable in conduit with other wires such as power or other control wires.
• The Wand cable CAN NOT be spliced. If you need more wire, contact the GTO Sales Department
at 1-800-543-GATE (4283).
* Range distance is approximate and will vary due to outside interference, type of soil, vehicle mass, speed, etc.
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Installing the EXIT WAND ...
Determining WAND Location:
Step 1: Determine the optimum location for the EXIT WAND using the information found in “Placement of the
WAND” on page 2. Then dig a hole approximately 12 inches deep and 24 inches long within 2 feet and parallel to
the edge of the driveway. Next, dig a trench from this hole to a spot under the gate operator control box to run the
wire from the WAND to the control box.
Keep the WAND and the cable uncovered at this time.
We recommend that the cable be run in PVC conduit to the control box to prevent damage to the cable from lawn
mowers, weed eaters and grazing animals.
Gate Operator
Control Box
Open Gate Outside
Wand Range
Minimum of 25 feet
RANGE:12 foot Radius (max)
PVC Conduit in Ground and
Up to Control Box Recommended
Driveway
WAND: 2 feet from driveway
edge and 1 foot in ground
Installing The WIRE CLAMP: The WIRE CLAMP
(included) is used to secure the WAND cable where it enters the
control box to prevent it from being accidently pulled out.
Step 2: If you are installing the WAND on a GTO/PRO low voltage
single gate operator, use a screwdriver or steel punch to carefully
remove the thin plastic knockout disk (see illustration at right) at
the bottom of the control box. If you have a dual gate operator
system or are installing the WAND on a GTO/PRO AC powered
operator, drill a 7/8” diameter hole at the bottom of the control box
and install the WIRE CLAMP.
Step 3: Use a sharp knife or deburring tool to clean the rough edges
from the hole.
GTO/PRO
Control Box
Knockout Disk
Drill 7/8" Diameter
Hole For Dual Gate
System
WIRE CLAMP for
Operator Power Cord
Step 4: Unscrew and remove the lock nut from the WIRE CLAMP
hub (included with hardware). From the outside of the control box,
insert the WIRE CLAMP hub and sealing nut (see illustration right)
into the new WIRE CLAMP hole. Finger tighten the lock nut onto
the threaded end of the WIRE CLAMP hub from inside the box.
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Wire Clamp
Be careful with tools to avoid contact or damage to the control
board!
Lock Nut
Hub
Sealing Nut
Wiring the WAND to GTO/PRO Low Voltage Gate Operators:
GTO/PRO 1000, GTO/PRO 2000, GTO/PRO SL-1000 and GTO/PRO SL-2000
If you are installing the WAND on an AC Powered Operator skip forward to Page 7.
IMPORTANT: TURN OFF the power and disconnect
Battery Wires
the battery wires before you begin to connect the WAND
wires to any gate operator.
Step 5: Run the cable from the WAND through the WIRE
CLAMP into the control box. Pull about 8 - 10 inches of wire
into the control box to reach the ACCESSORY TERMINAL
BLOCK and BATTERY WIRES in the control board. Now
tighten the WIRE CLAMP nut to secure the wires in the WIRE
CLAMP.
AUTO
CLOSE
+
Accessory
Terninal Block
STATUS
PWR. SW.
–
BATT
INERTIA
OBSTRUCT
SENS.
SECOND
POWER
IN
FIRST
OPERAT
OPERAT
OR
ALARM
BLU
WHT
ORG
GRN
OPN EDG
CLS EDG
ORG
BLU
GRN
RED
BLK
OPN EDG
CLS EDG
ORG
BLU
GRN
BLK
SOLAR
18VAC – +
~ ~
RED
LEARN
ACCESS
B
R G
ORY
RCVR
OR
WIRE CLAMP in Second
Operator Knockout
Step 6: Strip about 3/8 of an inch of insulation from the
YELLOW, BLACK, RED and BLUE wires in the WAND
CABLE.
CABLE from the
Opening Sensor
SHIELD
RED
BLACK
BLUE
YELLOW
PVC Conduit
ALARM
Step 8: Connect the BLACK wire from the WAND
CABLE to the GRN Accessory Terminal on the operator
control board.
BLACK
WAND Wires
BLUE
4
WHT
ORG
GRN
Step 7: Connect the BLUE wire from the WAND
CABLE to the BLU Accessory Terminal on the operator
control board.
BLU
SEQ1
2
Accessory terminal connection:
ACCESSORY
ON
NOTE: The SHIELD is the braided metal wire wrapped around the insulated wires inside the WAND CABLE.
LEARN
R
B
RCVR
G
Connecting the Range Adjustment Control Board:
Step 9: Connect the YELLOW wire from the WAND CABLE to the YELLOW wire from the Range Adjustment control board using one of the WIRE NUTS provided.
Step 10: Connect the BLACK wire from the Range Adjustment control board to the BLACK BATTERY
CONNECTOR wire (provided), along with the SHIELD wire from the WAND CABLE (see Step 13 below).
Range Adjustment
Control Board
Optional Mounting Hole
Potentiometer (POT)
MIN
MAX
Wire Nut
BLACK BATTERY
CONNECTOR wire provided
Wire Nut
YELLOW
BLACK
YELLOW wire
from WAND Cable
Step 11: Secure the RANGE ADJUSTMENT CONTROL BOARD inside the gate operator control box. The
control box has a slot on the side and bottom for extra control boards, or you can use the optional mounting hole.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT let exposed wiring or components on the control board make contact with other exposed wiring or components.
Power supply connection:
Step 12: Connect the RED and BLACK
control board wires from the operator to
the DOUBLE SPADE CONNECTORS
(provided) as shown.
Step 13: Using a WIRE NUT, connect the
SHIELD wire from the WAND CABLE
(along with the BLACK wire from the
Range Adjustment board) to the BLACK
BATTERY CONNECTION wire provided
Using the remaining WIRE NUT connect
the RED wire from the WAND CABLE to
the RED BATTERY CONNECTION wire
provided.
Step 14: Connect these wires to the
DOUBLE SPADE CONNECTORS as
shown.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to connect both
RED wires to the same DOUBLE SPADE
CONNECTOR and both BLACK wires to
the other DOUBLE SPADE CONNECTOR. You will connect the DOUBLE
SPADE CONNECTORS to the battery
in the next step.
Double Spade Connectors
included with WAND
RED Operator Battery Wire
BLACK Opener Battery Wire
BLACK Wire from Range
Adjustment control board
SHIELD from WAND Cable
RED Wire from WAND Cable
BLACK BATTERY CONNECTION Wire
with Spade Connector included with WAND
RED BATTERY CONNECTION Wire
with Spade Connector included with WAND
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Powering Up the WAND:
Double Spade Connectors
included with WAND
IMPORTANT: When the WAND is
first powered up it must be undisturbed for 60 seconds to perform the
self test and calibrations. Before
powering the WAND make sure
there are no moving metal objects or
moving vehicles within range of the
WAND.
RED Operator Battery Wire
BLACK Operator Battery Wire
BLACK wire from Range
Adjustment control board
Step 15: Connect the DOUBLE SPADE CONNECTORS to the battery terminals (RED WIRES to
POSITIVE (+) battery terminal and BLACK WIRES
to NEGATIVE (–) battery terminal). Wait 60 seconds.
Turn the operator on and test the WAND.
SHIELD from WAND Cable
RED wire from WAND Cable
BLACK BATTERY CONNECTION Wire
with Spade Connector included with WAND
RED BATTERY CONNECTION Wire
with Spade Connector included with WAND
Adjusting the Range:
Step 16: Test the WAND to see if it is working properly and if the
RANGE needs adjusting for optimum performance.
• Turn the potentiometer (POT) clockwise to increase range.
• Turn the potentiometer (POT) counter-clockwise to decrease range.
MIN
MAX
Replace the control box cover and bury the WAND and wire.
Safety Precautions:
Step 17: Place the WARNING SIGNS on both
sides of the gate using Tywraps included.
!
WARNING
GATE OPENING SENSOR IN USE
The Automatic Gate Opener is activated when a
vehicle comes within range of the sensor buried
along side the driveway and could possibly be
activated by a child on a bicycle, tricycle or other
metal play equipment.
REWWARN01
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Wiring the WAND to GTO/PRO AC Powered Gate Operators:
GTO/PRO SL-5000/6000, Series and GTO/PRO SW-5000/6000 Series
IMPORTANT: TURN OFF the power before you begin to connect the WAND wires to the control board.
Step 5a: Run the cable from the WAND through the WIRE CLAMP into the control box. Pull about 8 -10 inches
of cable into the control box to reach the ACCESSORY TERMINAL BLOCKs on the control board. Now tighten
the WIRE CLAMP nut to secure the cable in the WIRE CLAMP.
Step 6a: Strip about 3/8 of an inch of insulation from all the wires.
Accessory terminal connection: (See Illustration A below for BASIC unit control boards and Illustration B on page 8 for ADVANCED unit control boards.)
Step 7a: Connect the BLUE wire from the WAND CABLE to the FREE EXIT Accessory Terminal on the control
board.
Step 8a: Connect the BLACK wire from the WAND CABLE to the COM (Common) Accessory Terminal on the
control board.
Illustration A
G
GTO
RCVR.
R
TB3
B
CLOSE
OPEN
Range Adjustment
Control Board
TB4
FIRE DEPT.
SHAD. LOOP
SAFE LOOP
TB5
ENTRY LOOP
FREE EXIT
BLUE
CYCLE
MIN
MAX
TB6
1/2 amp
slow blow fuse
COMMON
COMMON
24VDC
–
ACCES. PWR
+
Class 2
TB7
SHIELD
RED
AUX 2
TB8
AUX 1
TB9
YELLOW
REV FWD
LOCK 2
TB10
LOCK 1
TB11
Cable from Sensor
GTO Inc., Tallahassee, FL
copyright 1999
GTO/PRO AC SL-5000/6000 and SW-5000/6000 BASIC Control Board
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YELLOW
BLACK
COMMON
BLACK
COMMON
Wire Nut
Connecting the Range Adjustment Control Board:
Step 9a: Connect the YELLOW wire from the WAND CABLE to the YELLOW wire from the Range Adjustment control board using the WIRE NUT provided.
Step 10a: Connect the BLACK wire from the Range Adjustment control board and the SHIELD wire from
the WAND CABLE to the NEGATIVE (–) side of the 24 VDC Accessory Terminal on the control board.
Range Adjustment
Control Board
Optional Mounting Hole
Potentiometer (POT)
MIN
MAX
Wire Nut
To NEGATIVE (–) Terminal
BLACK
of the 24VDC Accessory
Terminal on the Control Board
YELLOW
YELLOW wire
from WAND
Step 11a: Secure the RANGE ADJUSTMENT CONTROL BOARD inside the gate operator control box.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT let exposed wiring or components on the control board make contact with other exposed wiring or components.
Illustration B
Range Adjustment
Control Board
MIN
MAX
ACCES.
PWR.
24VDC
–
+
YELLOW
BLACK
GTO/PRO AC SL-5100/6100 and SW-5100/6100 ADVANCED Control Board
Wire Nut
SHIELD
RED
YELLOW
AUX 2
ALARM
LOCK 2
MAX
MAX
CLS. SENS.
MIN
INERTIA
MIN
LOCK 1
TIMER
OPN. SENS.
MIN
1
MAX
120
RX
–
–
+
+
DUAL GATE
INTERFACE
TX
GRN
GTO
RED
RCVR.
BLK
EDGE 6
EDGE 5
EDGE 4
EDGE 3
EDGE 2
COM
EDGE 1
COM
COM
CLOSE
OPEN
FIRE
DEPT.
COM
SHAD.
LOOP
SAFETY
LOOP
COM
ENTRY
LOOP
FREE
EXIT
COM
CYCLE
Cable from Sensor
BLUE
BLACK
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Power supply connection: (See Illustration A on page 7 for BASIC unit control boards and Illustration B
on page 8 for ADVANCED unit control boards.)
Step 12a: Connect the RED wire from the WAND CABLE to the POSITIVE (+) terminal of the 24 VDC Accessory Power Terminal Block on the control board.
Step 13a: Connect the SHIELD from the WAND CABLE to the NEGATIVE (–) terminal of the 24 VDC Accessory Power Terminal Block on the control board.
Powering Up the WAND:
IMPORTANT: When the WAND is first powered up it
must be undisturbed for 60 seconds to perform the self
test and calibrations. Before powering the WAND make
sure there are no moving metal objects or moving vehicles within range of the WAND.
Step 14a: Turn power to the operator on, wait 60 seconds before testing the WAND.
Adjusting the Range:
Step 15a: Test the WAND to see if it is working properly and if the
RANGE needs adjusting for optimum performance.
• Turn the potentiometer (POT) clockwise to increase range.
• Turn the potentiometer (POT) counter-clockwise to decrease range.
MIN
MAX
Replace the control box cover and bury the WAND and wire.
Safety Precautions:
Step 16a: Place the WARNING SIGNS on both
sides of the gate.
!
WARNING
GATE OPENING SENSOR IN USE
The Automatic Gate Opener is activated when a
vehicle comes within range of the sensor buried
along side the driveway and could possibly be
activated by a child on a bicycle, tricycle or other
metal play equipment.
REWWARN01
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For Installation on Other Brand Gate Operators ...
If you are using the EXIT WAND on any other automatic gate operator brand, use the information
below for wiring the system. If you do not understand the instructions below, please call GTO’s
Technical Support at 1-800-543-1236.
Typical Gate Wiring Connection:
• Reference Wires:
o RED
=> Input Voltage (+)
o SHIELD
=> Ground/Common (–)
o BLACK
=> Relay’s Common
o BLUE
=> Relay’s Normally Open
o YELLOW => Remote WAND [Range adjustment potentiometer (POT)]
• Terminology Definitions:
o ‘FREE EXIT/ENTRY’ is defined as input terminals (2) that upon activation (momentarily connected together) will
cause the gate to run in the open direction only. Note: In most gate operators, one of the two terminals is the
‘COMMON/GND’.
• Power supply connection:
o DC power supply: (11-36 Vdc)
Connect the positive (+) wire of the power supply to the RED wire.
Connect the negative (-) wire of the power supply to the SHIELD wire.
o AC power supply: (8-26 Vac)
Connect the power supply to the RED & SHIELD wires. There is no polarity for AC power supply.
• Relay output connection:
o Connect the BLUE from the WAND to the ‘FREE EXIT/ENTRY’ of the gate operator.
o Connect the BLACK from the WAND to the ‘COMMON/GND’ of the gate operator.
• Range (POT) board connection:
o Connect the YELLOW from the WAND to the YELLOW from the Range Adjustment Board.
o Connect the BLACK from the Range Adjustment Board to a negative input voltage.
o Turn the POT clockwise to increase range.
o Turn the POT counter-clockwise to decrease range.
Input Voltage
11 - 36 Vdc or
8 - 26 Vac
Generic Wiring Diagram
+
Input
Voltage (–)
SHIELD
Relay Output
Common
BLACK
Relay Output
Normally Open
BLUE
Range
Adjustment
YELLOW
–
Free Exit/Entry
Connections
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
Input
Voltage (+)
Range
Adjustment
Board
WAND
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
•
•
•
Power supply: 8-26 Vac/dc.
Current consumption: 1.5 mA typical.
Relay rating: Latching relay
Nominal switching capacity (resistive load)
Max. switching power (resistive load)
Max. switching voltage
Max. switching current
•
•
•
•
•
1 Amp 30 Vdc, 0.5 Amp 125 Vac
30 Watt, 62.5 V A
110 Vdc, 125 Vac
1 Amp
Relay Trip Time: 2 seconds
Operating Temperature: -25°F (-14°C) to 125°F (69°C)
Dimensions: 1-3/4” (44.5 mm) diameter x 16.5” (42 cm) long.
Adjustable range: 3 -12 feet typical installation.
Very low power consumption, ideal for battery application.
Trouble Shooting: Make sure all connections are correct.
If the WAND is not working:
1. Make sure the Range Adjustment is set at maximum range.
2. Disconnect the power to the WAND.
3. Reconnect the power to the WAND and make sure that no metal object or vehicle is moving around
the WAND for 60 seconds while it is calibrating.
4. Test the WAND to verify that it is working properly.
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Other GTO Products for Your Safety and Convenience:
ATIC
OM CK ®
AUTE LOLO
CK
GASTECURITY
ELE
CTR
ON
IC
Automatic Gate Lock (FM144)
A MUST for securing the gate against forced entry or exit. Solenoid driven,
plated steel bolt lock with a zinc plated steel housing. The horizontal electronic
lock is used with the GTO/PRO system for maximum stability and security.
Recommended for gates over 8 feet long or where high winds are common.
GTO Digital Keypad (F300)
The specially designed digital keypad can be easily installed as a wireless or wired keypad. It
can be programmed to use up to fifteen different personal identification number (PIN) codes.
Each code is face programmable with additional security features built in. Requires 3 AA
batteries (not included).
Pin Lock (RB975) for GTO/PRO 1000/1200 and SL-1000/2000 …
Pin Lock (FM320) for GTO/PRO 2000/2200 …
The pin lock is a substitute for the clevis pin at either or both mounting points of the GTO/PRO
low voltage operator arms. They help prevent theft of the operator arm while allowing quick
release of the operator. The pin lock can be inserted in the chain brackets of the GTO/PRO SL1000 and SL-2000 to prevent unauthorized removal of the quick release pins.
Pin Lock (FM318) for GTO/PRO SL-5000/6000 series operator housings …
Pin Lock (FM319) for GTO/PRO SW-5000/6000 series operator housings …
Used to prevent unauthorized removal of the operator housing.
5 Watt Solar Panel (FM122) / 10 Watt Solar Panel (FM123)
The Solar Panel is a solar powered battery charger for use with the GTO/PRO gate operator
system. Particularly suited for remote installations, the Solar Panel comes with tubular steel
support, mounting clips, wire connectors, and 8 ft. of low voltage wire. The GTO/PRO
control board has clearly labeled terminal connections for easy installation of the Solar Panel.
Installation in some regions of the world may require dual solar panels for adequate charging
power.
Entry Transmitter (RB741)
The GTO entry transmitter, with adjustable code settings, is standard equipment with
GTO/PRO systems. Battery included.
Key Chain Mini Transmitter (RB744)
The Key Chain Mini Transmitter is a miniature version of the entry transmitter and has the
same adjustable code settings. Battery included.
Push Button (Doorbell) Control (RB101)
Unlighted doorbell button for remote entry or exit control. Connects directly to the control board
and uses 16 gauge, multi-stranded low voltage wire (not included).
For your nearest dealer, please call 1-800-543-GATE (4283)
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Converting Metric Units to English Equivalents
When You Know
Multiply By
To Find
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centimeters
meters
kilograms
0.3937
3.2808
2.2046
inches
feet
pounds
in. (or ")
ft. (or ')
lb. (or #)
Converting English Units to Metric Equivalents
When You Know
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To Find
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inches
feet
pounds
2.5400
0.3048
0.4535
centimeters
meters
kilograms
cm
m
kg
Converting Temperature
deg. Celsius
deg. Fahrenheit
(ºC x 1.8) + 32 deg. Fahrenheit
(ºF-32) ÷ 1.8
deg. Celsius
ºF
ºC
This product and any accessory you purchase should only be installed on a gate
operator that meets the current safety standard, UL325, 4th Edition. If you have a
gate operator that is not listed with the current standard please contact the GTO
sales department for consultation on a gate operator that can meet your specific
needs.
GTO Limited One Year Warranty:
GTO, Inc., gate operators and accessories are warranted by the manufacturer against defects in materials and manufacturer workmanship
for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase, provided the recommended installation procedures have been followed.
In the case of product failure due to defective material or manufacturer workmanship within the one (1) year warranty period, the product
will be repaired or replaced (at the manufacturer’s option) at no charge to the customer, if returned freight prepaid to GTO, Inc., 3121
Hartsfield Road, Tallahassee, Florida, USA 32303. IMPORTANT: Call (850) 575-4144 or Fax (850) 575-8950 for a Return Goods
Authorization (RGA) number before returning accessory to factory. Products received at the factory without an RGA number will not
be accepted. Replacement or repaired parts are covered by this warranty for the remainder of the one (1) year warranty period or six (6)
months, whichever is greater. GTO, Inc. will pay the shipping charges (equal to United Parcel Service GROUND rate) for return to the
owner of items repaired under warranty.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any charges or damages incurred in the removal of the defective parts for repair, or for the
reinstallation of those parts after repair. This warranty shall be considered void if damage to the product(s) was due to improper installation
or use, connection to an improper power source, or if damage was caused by lightning, wind, fire, flood, insects or other natural agent.
After the one (1) year warranty period, GTO, Inc. will make any necessary repairs for a nominal fee. Call GTO at (800) 543-1236 for
more information. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied. NOTE: Verification of the warranty period requires copies of
receipts or other proof of purchase. Please retain these records.
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