HOLD OPEN DEGREE

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The correct method (process) for setting the hold open is: The 4110 HEDA arms are handed, verify correct hand arm. (RH or LH stamped on shoe bracket) Loosen the hold open nut at shoe bracket. ...
The 4110 EDA/HEDA can be templated for 100°, 140°, and 180° hold open. The hold open adjustment can be set to hold the door at any position (degree) up to the maximum door opening angle. For "Wi...
The hold open position on a "REG" or "EDA"  hold open arm is set with the door to a few degrees shy of the desired hold open point. To properly set, open the door 5° less then the desired hold open...
 The correct method (process) for setting the hold open is: The 4010 hold open arms are handed, verify correct hand arm. (R or L stamped on main arm) Loosen the hold open nut. Opened the door ...
If an ME Series closer creeps shut or will not hold open, Verify proper voltage is being supplied to the closer, if correct Check the on/off switch. Verify the voltage on the 2 pin co...
The standard 1460 EDA arm is not long enough to allow the door to open 180°.
No, LCN does not have an electronic hold open closer (SE/ME Series) that will provide a solid 180° hold open position. The 3130SE has an adjustable hold open position from 85° to 110° maximum. ...
The "B" means "Bypass". The "80 or 140" is the degree of door opening from the fully closed position.  "B80" means the hold open feature is bypassed (will not hold open) until the door is opened...
The (SF) "Swing Free" arm allows the door to be put into hold open position, but then repositioned (swing free) to any other degree of opening without taking the closer out of the hold open mode. ...