Automation systems for automatic pedestrian doors

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Automation for telescopic sliding doors for leaf weights up to 2x120Kg and 4x80Kg.
Ideal for obtaining maximum useful passage in a limited space, the control unit with programming display allows local automatic adjustment of all the main functions and remote management via U-Link interconnectivity protocol.

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Range of automation for pedestrian doors swing, suitable for automating existing inputs and ideal for heavy use, heavy doors and large.
Available both with motorized control of opening and closing that with management of closure spring.

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Automation systems for automatic pedestrian doors often operate heavy sliding or swing glass doors, so the safety of people passing through is a major consideration. Bft automatic pedestrian doors are equipped with activation and safety sensors that detect anyone in or around the area and halt the movement of the doors. Bft also supplies all items necessary for assembly of the product including: leaves, profiles and SASA emergency anti-panic opening system.

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Type of limit switch Impact reaction U-Link Control unit Locking Release Protection rating Environmental conditions Manual cycle Supply voltage AC Leaf type Clear opening Nominal power consumption Number of doors Door weight Opening speed Closing speed Use cycle Motor type Maximum opening angle Shaft max output torque Closing Closing force (according to EN 1154) Emergency operation

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