Automating medium- or heavy-duty swing doors for touch-free access applications is easy with dormakaba’s new ED50LE and ED100LE low-energy swing-door operators. These swing-door operators can automate new or existing manual swing doors through a push plate, wave plate or other knowing-act actuator device and are quiet and subtle. A multitude of adjustable features provides flexibility to fine-tune the operator to meet opening requirements.
“Our new ED50LE and ED100LE enable you to transform almost any manual door to an automatic swing door. The solution is independently tested beyond 1 million cycles and fully ADA-compliant,” says Tom Chaney, assistant vice president, customer experience and product management, entrance systems and interior glass systems. “It is a highly adjustable, smartly engineered operator system in a variety of outswing and inswing door applications, either with a push or a pull arm.”
The ED100LE is tested beyond traditional standards, using a larger door that has more weight and testing to more than 1 million cycles. Tests have shown that at 1 million cycles, the product uses only 20 percent of its motor life. In addition, tests show that the ED100LE operator has less than a 1% failure rate. It also provides full-power durability in a low-energy setting.
This product is ideal for interior or exterior use in medium- to heavy-duty (600-pound door) settings, such as hospitals, classrooms, care facilities, hotels, office entrances, restaurants and commercial and academic institutions. Specific features include:
- An integrated hardware power supply and relay, allowing for seamless control of security hardware.
- Built-in door-position status.
- Close-and-latch capability in case of power loss, with an adjustable closing speed on loss of power.
- Hardware preload functionality for reliable operation.
- A built-in system interface for connection to any access control system.
The ED100LE boasts a small footprint of up to 65 percent smaller than similar operators. In addition to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act, it meets the stringent requirements of ANSI 117.1 and ANSI A156.19.
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