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Инструкция по эксплуатации GTO, модель RB909

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All necessary mounting hardware can be obtained from your local hardware store; all other hardware is provided. This manual shows two examples of the most common installations, and should provide insight into most other applications. If you have any questions during installation, please call (800) 543-1236 for technical support. For more information on GTO's full line of automatic gate openers and access controls visit our website at RB909 rev-10/19/07 © GTO, Inc. 2007 Printed in China for GTO, Inc. 1 Before You Start... For the GTO Automatic Gate Lock to work properly, the gate must close firmly against a positive stop and engage the lock catch against the lock receiver. Achieving optimal closure may require slight adjustments to the gate opener settings. Installing the lock with the Gate Opener may require resetting closed limits and changes to the stall force. See Setting the Gate Closed Position in your Gate Opener Installation Manual for information on these adjustments. Set the limits so that the arm holds the gate snug against the stop in the closed position. IMPORTANT: You may need to spray the locking mechanism with silicone spray initially to help the latch move freely. If you are installing the lock on a Push-to-Open gate (gate opens out), the lock must be installed on the outside of the gate. Depending upon the installation, the gate post may need to be "pocketed" to accommodate the lock receiver or you may want to purchase the column mount receiver. Contact the GTO Technical Service Department at (850) 575-4144 for assistance if needed. NOTE: Positive stops are required for dual gate applications. AUTOMATIC GATE LOCK® DEFGHIJKLMC3.” .” DiameterOptionalColumn Mount Receiver433IH (not included) B2” 2.” A2” 5.” 8.” Be sure you have all the parts: A - Lock with 20' of low voltage wire B - Lock Receiver C - Clevis Pin D - Locking Cap E - Lock Board Battery Lead Wires F - White Wire (motor lead to lock board) G - Lock Control Board (Lock PCB) H - 2 Double Spade Tongue terminals I - 6 nylon cable ties J - Wire Connector K - Lock Keys (for manual release) L - Lock Decal M - Optional Column Mount Receiver 433IH (not included) What else do you need? Mounting hardware is not included. Read these instructions completely and review the installation examples to determine the mounting hardware required for your application. NOTE: The GTO Lock is designed to use mounting hardware up to 5/16" in diameter. For a more secure installation, use lock washers and lock nuts on all mounting hardware. For most IRON or ALUMINUM TUBE gates you will need: Carriage bolts, washers, and nuts for the lock and receiver. (see Illustration B, page 3) For most CHAIN LINK gates you will need: U-Bolts, saddles or carriage bolts, washers and nuts for the lock. Bolts, washers, and nuts for the receiver. (see Illustration C, page 3) The installation has two parts: (1) Mounting The Lock and Lock Receiver (2) Connecting the Control Boards Once you have the necessary mounting hardware, you can begin the installation. 2 Installing The Gate Lock NOTE: The Automatic Gate Lock can be installed on single and dual gate systems. Use the appropiate instructions for the system you have - SINGLE GATE (below) or DUAL GATES (page 4). Single Gate Installation Turn power switch OFF on the bottom of the control box. Disconnect gate opener by removing hairpin clip and clevis pin from the gate bracket end of the opener. Disconnecting the opener will allow the gate to swing freely during installation of the gate lock. Step 1: With the gate in the closed position, determine the best location for the lock and lock receiver. The lock and receiver must be level and aligned with the opener. Also, the lock should have a solid surface or cross member to provide stability. Step 2: Clamp receiver and lock together (with receiver pin hole and lock slot aligned) against the gate post, mark their positions to drill receiver holes (see Illustration B and C, page 3). The receiver must be mounted with carriage bolts, not U-bolts, to allow lock to seat properly. Fasten the receiver to the gate post. Step 3: Hold latch open with key to operate gate and check closed limit and lock alignment. Drop pin in receiver but don't put the cap on. Recheck the lock's position and alignment, then mark its position for drilling holes. Step 4: Drill the holes on gate supports through the slots in the lock bracket. U-bolts and saddles can be used to mount the lock on chain link gate supports. Secure the lock to the gate. Install clevis pin and locking cap by placing clevis pin through slots in lock receiver and hammering the clevis pin into the locking cap (see Illustration D), secure the lock bracket and check the alignment again. Illustration A Lock and receiver must be leveland aligned with opener. 500500 Illustration B Iron or Aluminum Tube Fence and Gate Installation Clevis PinReceiverLocking CapGTO AutomaticGate LockCarriage bolts, washers, and nuts(not provided; size...

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