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Electric Door Opener (PDF 0.25 MB)
The door opener has 2 terminals, on which a voltage must be present of 8 to 12 volt to activate the door opener.
This can be direct current or alternating current.
When using direct current you will hear a light click when the door opener is activated.
When using alternating current you will hear the door opener buzz during activation.
It does not matter how the + and – of the direct current is connected.
See manual M229: M229 base station installation, step 2. and choose 1. Electric door lock with its own power supply.
See manual DP120: 5.2 Connecting an electric door opener (optional).
Universal power adaptor from 8 to 12 Volt direct or alternating current.
Extra connecting cable.
Make sure the power adaptor and DG are not connected to the mains.
At the back of the DG you will find 2 terminals with L+ and L-.
(With the DG400 even a connecting cable for the door opener is enclosed.)
These are the contacts which are closed when the door opener is activated on the DG.
The power adaptor has 2 connecting wires. Connect 1 wire to the L+ of the DG.
Connect an extra wire from L- to 1 of the terminals of the door opener.
Connect the 2nd connecting wire of the power adaptor to the other terminal of the door opener.
Plug in the power adaptor and the DG and test the door opener.
The door opener is installed in the faceplate depending on the type of lock. The short faceplate is used if you do not have a double-lock and the long faceplate is used if you do.
The existing faceplate in the door frame is then replaced by the new faceplate with door opener. The doorframe will usually have to be modified for this purpose.
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