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Norton 5910-RF1-689 Hinge Pull Side Of Door Low Energy Door Operator w/ Radio Frequency

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The Norton 5910-RF1 is a full-featured, extremely quiet, low energy door operator designed for moderate to high traffic doors. This cost-effective operator is available for pull-side mounting and is ideal for any application designed to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A). The 5910-RF is simple to install and set up. “One touch” programming combined with the operators built-in ability to calibrate door mass, offers our customers a smart, dependable solution. Power Assist, Obstruction Detection, Motor Start Delay and Stop on Stall are just a few features that set this electromechanical operator apart from the competition. Ideal for senior housing/assisted living facilities, hospitals, office buildings, colleges or universities, places of worship, convention centers, etc

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• Ease of installation and setup
- Simple instructions
- "One touch" programming
• Application versatility and ease of adjustment
- Non-handed units
- Pull-side mounting
- Interfaces with electric hardware
- Integrates with access control system
• Includes radio frequency device
• Operation startup options
- Wall switches
- Motion sensor
- Push and Go
• Presence Detector input
• Sync cable for double doors; synchronizes closing of two operators
• Finish: Aluminum 689

Functions

• Power Assist
– When unit is activated, it allows the door to be opened manually with a force less than 5 lbs.
• Push and Go (selectable)
– As the door is manually opened, the operator “senses” movement and opens door to the full-open position.
• Obstruction Detection
– Open: Door closes if it hits an obstruction while opening
– Close (Stop on Stall): Door will stop once it hits an obstruction and rest against the obstruction until obstruction is removed
• Motor Startup Delay
– Delays operator opening
• Infinite Hold Open
– Door will hold open at set position until power is turned off
• Power Latch (selectable)
– Increases latch power
• Selector mode switch (3 position)
– Off - Disables signal inputs
– On - Activates signal inputs
– Hold Open - Activates the unit to the hold open position

Electrical Data

• Power input 120 VAC, 60 Hz (+10%, -15%)
• Current draw .75A
• 12VDC @ .5A output, 24VDC @ .25A output, 24VDC @ .4A output

Mounting Applications

• 5910 Hinge (Pull) Side of Door 5910 Rigid Arm and Slide Track
• Buffered stop assembly in slide track
• 85° to 110° templated door openings in 5° increments
• 1/8" (3mm) maximum frame reveal An auxiliary stop is suggested where severe conditions exist.


Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Norton Door Controls
Model 5910-RF-689
Dimensions 31-5/8" W x 5" H x 4-3/4" D
Size Minimum Door Width: 32" (81cm); Maximum 48" (122cm)
Mounting Hinge Pull Side
Hand Non-Handed
Input Voltage 120 VAC, 60 Hz (+10%, -15%)
Output Voltage 12VDC @ .5A output, 24VDC @ .25A output, 24VDC @ .4A output
Certifications Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
U.L. Listed UL325 Certified
UL10C Certified
ANSI/BHMA ANSI/BHMA A156.19 certified
Warranty 2 Year Warranty
Weight 30.0000

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