Motor Clutch Switch

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The 4610/4620 series operators are obsolete. There is no replacement part for any electronic component (motor/clutch, controller, input/output PC boards) for the obsolete 4610/4620 operators.Essent...
A 4600 (4630/4640) not opening to a full 90 degrees could be caused by a couple things: The Opening Force could be set too low. Try increasing the opening force adjustment on the controller a 1/...
4600 Series, Power Operator
With the new FW package 2.19.0; AD300 FW 2.17.0 and AD400 FW 2.17.0 (released 09/23/2011) the firmware looks for a motor clutch switch change after a motor move command. If there is no motor clutch...
If the triangles in the spring cage spindle are not aligned properly the motor will not move enough to change the clutch switch. Is is very likely with a lock on the bench; but a properly install...
When the new firmware moves the motor three times without seeing the clutch switch change it reports to the SUS diagnostics that the motor is stalled. Aligning the triangles will let the motor move...
If the lock is mounted on the door, it is necessary to adjust the mortis/cylinder tightness and spring cage tailpiece alignments, making sure there is no binding or stopping of the spring...
Just align the triangles per the installation instructions to allow full motor movement.   - This will eliminate the SUS motor STALL report. - This will eliminate the three ...
The main AC fuse would blow if there is a direct short across the AC line. This could be caused by a:1. Defective I/O PC Board (-3180) To check - unplug the control box AC power cable (2 wire) fro...
The error E03 is caused by one of the following: The motor/clutch not plugged into the controller. The motor/clutch is defective. The controller is defective. Solution: Make sure motor i...
To check the clutch on a 4600 Series operator: Follow the wires from the clutch to the 4 pin connector on the controller, and disconnect the connector from the control box. Clutch -- Measure th...