PEDESTRIAN GATE LOCK Installation Manual

PEDESTRIAN GATE LOCK Installation Manual
, Inc.
PEDESTRIAN GATE LOCK
Installation Manual
PLEASE NOTE ... due to the variety of possible mounting applications, no mounting hardware for the lock is provided. All necessary mounting hardware can be
obtained at a local hardware store; all other hardware is provided.
Contents
• Before You Start ----------------------------------- page 1
• Parts Identification--------------------------------- page 2
• Mounting the Lock -------------------------------- page 3
• Wiring the Control Board ------------------------- page 6
• Accessory and Warranty Information ----------- inside back cover
RB920 … rev- 8/29/01
1
Before You Start ...
Materials you will need before you begin the installation.
•
For all installations use mounting hardware no greater than 5/16” diameter. Note: for a more secure
installation, we suggest you use lock washers and/or lock nuts on all mounting hardware.
•
For most IRON and ALUMINUM TUBE gates (see Illustration C, page 4) use bolts, washers, and
nuts to mount both the lock and the receiver.
•
For most CHAIN LINK gates (see Illustration D, page 4) use U-Bolts and saddles to mount the
lock, and use bolts, washers, and nuts to mount the receiver.
•
Use up to 500 ft. of 16 gauge, stranded, direct burial, low voltage wire (see inside back cover) to
connect the control box battery to the DC charger. Length depends on distance between the power
supply and the control box. (10 ft. of wire is included to connect the control board to the entry
control; (i.e. push button or keypad.)
Other materials you may need before you begin the installation:
•
If AC power source is more than 500 ft. from lock installation, or if installing lock where AC power
is not preferred (i.e. swimming pool gate), use the Bulldog Solar Panel to provide battery charge (see
inside back cover).
•
If mounting lock on brick columns, walls, or other applications with limited space between gate and
post use the Column Mount Lock Receiver (see inside back cover).
•
Use PVC conduit for protection of low voltage wire connecting the control box to battery charger
and entry control (see Illustration A, page 3).
•
The push button is included with your Bulldog Gate Lock for entry control. However, other devices
(card readers, keypads) with normally open (n/o) contacts may be used.
•
For greater security, use the GTO Digital Keypad for entry control (see inside back cover). We
strongly recommend using the Digital Keypad on swimming pool and daycare gates to help prevent
children from activating lock release.
The installation has two parts ...
• Mounting The Lock and Control Box
• Wiring The Control Board
Once you have the necessary wire and mounting hardware, you are ready to
begin the installation.
1
Parts Identification
H
K
G
J
I
F
E
A
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L
AUTOMATIC SOLENOID
SECURITY GATE LOCK
B
R
P
M
C
A - Lock w/ 20' of Low Voltage Wire
B - Lock Receiver
C - Clevis Pin
D - Locking Cap
E - Control Box
F - Lock Control Board
G -12 Volt DC Charger
H - Battery Lead Wires
I - 10 ft. of Low Voltage Wire to connect Entry Device
(i.e. push button or keypad) to Control Board
J - Push Button Entry Control and mounting screws
K - 12 Volt Battery / 2 amp hour
L - Manual Release Keys
M - (6) Control Box Cover Screws
N - (2) Control Box Mounting Screws
O - (2) Control Board Mounting Stand-offs
P - Strain Relief
Q - Bulldog Lock Decal (place on lock face after
installation)
R - (6) 8" Ty-wraps
N
D
O
2
Mounting The Lock:
Step 1: With the gate in the closed position determine the best location for the lock and receiver.
Attach the lock to a solid surface or cross member to provide stability.
Step 2: Hold receiver and lock together (with receiver pin hole and lock slot aligned) against the gate
post and mark positions to drill receiver holes (see Illustration C & D, page 4). The receiver
must be mounted with through bolts (not u-bolts) to allow lock to seat properly. Secure the
receiver to the gate post.
Step 3: Recheck the lock position and alignment and mark position to drill lock holes on gate supports.
U-bolts and saddles can be used to mount lock on chain link gate supports. Secure the lock to
the gate. Install clevis pin and locking cap by placing clevis pin through the slots in the Lock
Receiver and hammering the clevis pin into the locking cap (see Illustration B). Check and
adjust alignment if necessary.
Step 4: Determine the position for the Control Box and Entry Control (i.e. push button, keypad, etc.).
The Control Box must be located within 20 ft. of the lock and the Entry Control must be
located within 10 ft. of the Control Box (see Illustration A). When the Entry Control is activated, the Bulldog locking pin retracts for 2-6 seconds, allowing the gate to be opened (see
instructions for adjusting timer on page 5). If the gate is not opened during this time, the pin
will return to the locked position.
Position the Control Box on fence post or other stable surface at least 1 ft. above the ground.
Mount the Control Box using the Control Box Mounting Screws provided (see Illustration on
page 5). Mount the Entry Control using the appropriate hardware.
Illustration B
Illustration A
Locking Cap
Assembly
Push Button Entry Control (included)
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AUTOMATIC SOLENOID
SECURITY GATE LOCK
Lock and receiver need to be level.
Control Box (with battery
and control board)
PVC conduit (recommended)
Receiver pin hole and lock slot must line up.
Check this with pin out of receiver.
3
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Illustration C
Iron or Aluminum Tube Fence and Gate Installation
Remember to check the alignment and mark positions
before drilling holes in fence post and gate.
Clevis Pin
Bulldog Lock
Receiver
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Locking Cap
Carriage bolts, washers & nuts
(not provided ... length
depends on your gate)
Illustration D
Chain Link Fence and Gate Installation
Remember to check the alignment and mark positions before
drilling holes in fence post .
Clevis Pin
Bulldog Lock
Receiver
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NO
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SO LO
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AUCU
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Locking Cap
Ubolts, saddles & nuts
(not provided)
4
Control Box Assembly
1 Press the strain relief into the
control box until it clicks
securely in place.
2 Press the control board standoffs into the stand-off receivers
in the control box.
3
4
Secure the control board to the
stand-offs (terminal block
down) by placing stand-off
pins into holes on control board
and pressing board until it
snaps securely in place.
Battery
Terminals
4
Place the battery into control
box (battery terminals UP).
5 Wire the Control Board
(instructions on page 6)
2
3
Terminal Block
1
Adjustable Timer
You can adjust the amount of time the lock remains in the open (retracted) position from 2 to 6 seconds.
The adjustments are made with the timer screw on the control board (see Wiring Diagram, page 6).
Turning the screw counter-clockwise decreases the time the bolt is retracted, and turning it clockwise
will increase the time the bolt is retracted (lock stays open longer).
Manual Lock Release
The Bulldog Automatic Gate Lock has a keyed manual lock release. If the electronic lock release
becomes disabled for any reason, simply use the key to manually open the lock.
5
Wiring the Control Board
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT BATTERY LEAD WIRES OR
PLUG IN 12 VOLT DC CHARGER UNTIL ALL OTHER
WIRES ARE CONNECTED IN THE CONTROL BOX.
Step 1:
Attach the RED (+) battery lead wire to control board terminal #5 and the BLACK (–) battery wire to
control board terminal #2. DO NOT connect battery lead wires to the battery until all other wiring is
complete.
Step 2:
Run 16 gauge, stranded, direct burial low voltage wire (not provided) from the battery charging
source (12 volt DC battery charger or optional BULLDOG Solar Panel) to the control box. Bring the
low voltage wire into the control box through the strain relief. Connect the RED positive (+) wire
from the charger to the control board terminal #5 and the BLACK negative (–) wire from the charger
to the #2 control board terminal.
Step 3:
Bring the Entry Control wires into the control box through the strain relief. The entry control can be
a card reader, keypad or any normally open (n/o) contact device. Attach the entry control wires to the
#1 and the #5 control board terminals (follow the instructions for individual device for correct polarity). The push button which is included with the Bulldog has no polarity. If you use the GTO Digital
Keypad connect the wire from the WHITE terminal on the keypad to the #5 terminal on the lock
control board. Connect the wire from the GREEN terminal on the keypad to the #1 terminal on the
lock control board.
Step 4:
Bring the LOCK wires into the control box through the strain relief. Attach BLACK lock wire to the
#3 control board terminal and the RED lock wire to the #4 control board terminal.
Step 5:
Make sure all wiring connections are secure, then attach RED (+) battery lead wire to POSITIVE (+)
battery terminal and BLACK (–) battery lead wire to NEGATIVE (–) battery terminal.
Step 6:
Now plug the 12 volt DC charger into a 115 volt outlet. GTO strongly recommends a surge protector
be installed at the electrical outlet.
Step 7:
TEST YOUR LOCK to make sure it is functioning properly. Tighten the strain relief and secure the
cover on the control box using Control Box Cover Screws (provided).
Lock Control Board Wiring Diagram
Adjustable Timer
turn counter clockwise
to decrease open time
turn clockwise
to increase open time
Use a dab of petroleum jelly on the
wires of the terminal connections to
prevent corrosion.
Control Board
Terminal Block
1 2 3 4 5
Entry Control Wire
Battery / Positive (+) Connection
Charger / Positive (+) Connection
Lock / Red Wire
Lock / Black Wire
Charger / Negative (–) Connection
Entry Control Wire
Battery / Negative (–) Connection
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Available Accessories:
GTO DIGITAL KEYPAD ... The weatherproof digital keypad for the Bulldog Security
Lock 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.
Installation is easy, using 16 gauge standard, direct burial low voltage wire. Requires 3
AA batteries (not included). GTO strongly recommends that the keypad be used
with the Bulldog Security Lock on pool gates, so that small children cannot gain
access to the pool area.
COLUMN MOUNT LOCK RECEIVER ... For mounting the
Bulldog Security Lock on brick columns, walls, and for
other applications with limited space between gate and
post. Must have 2" between column/post and gate. If not,
notching your post is required.
SOLAR PANEL (comes with a two year warranty)... The Solar Panel is a 5 watt solar
powered battery charger for use with the Bulldog Pedestrian Gate Lock. Particularly suited for remote installations, each Solar Panel comes with tubular
steel support, mounting clips, wire connectors, and 8 ft. of low voltage wire.
Perfect for remote locations or where AC power is not preferred.
If you have questions please call our technical service number:
1-800-543-GATE(4283)
Limited Two Year Warranty
GTO, Inc. gate opener accessories are warranted by the manufacturer against defects in workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of
purchase, provided recommended installation procedures have been followed.
In the case of product failure due to defective material or manufacturer workmanship within the two (2) year warranty period, the accessory 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 Rd.,
Tallahassee, FL 32303. IMPORTANT: Call 850/575-0176 or fax 850/575-8912 for a Return Goods Authorization (RGA) number before returning
goods to factory. Products received at the factory without an RGA will not be accepted. Replacement or repaired parts are covered by this warranty
for six (6) months or the remainder of the two (2) year warranty period. GTO, Inc. will pay the shipping charges for return to the owner of items
repaired.
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 two (2) year warranty period, GTO Inc. or one of its authorized service centers will make any necessary repairs for a nominal fee. Call
GTO at 850/575-0176 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 those records.
GTO, Inc.
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3121 Hartsfield Road • Tallahassee, Florida 32303 • PH (850)575-0176 • FAX (850)575-8912 • www.gtoinc.com
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