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The 9542, 9553, 9563 surface mounted Senior Swing with a regular arm, mounted on the push side of the door, can handle a reveal from 1 1/8" up to 10". The 9542, 9553, 9563 surface mounted Senior S...
The 4600 is designed for an opening with (MOSTLY) manual traffic, and the (OCCASIONAL) automatic activation. The Senior Swing is designed for an opening with (MOSTLY) automatic activation, and (OC...
An electric strike or maglock (24 volt only) can be wired to a Senior Swing 2800/9500 series operator using the P10 Lock Interface cable. To power the 24VDC electric strike or maglock off a LCN Se...
The 9550 series Senior Swing WILL NOT work on a pair of doors with auto flush bolts. The 9560 series Senior Swing and a sequence module are required when used on an pair of door with auto flush b...
First, turn off the power to the Senior Swing. If the door closes, check controller for a constant activation signal from an activation device. If door continues to hang up and will not close...
The Senior Swing control box has a built in (programmable) relay output for connection to a Fail Safe/Fail Secure electric strike/maglock or to an EL Device power supply.
The Senior Swing (2800/9500) Series operator has a 120VAC @ 2.5 Amp current draw for a single door (2811/9531/9542) or simultaneous pair(2853/9553). The independent pair units (2863/9563) have a 12...
The Senior Swing operator has a 24VAC output , rated at 1.5 Amps.
To convert a 9530 to an 9540 you need to purchase the 9540-3077 REG push arm assembly. To convert a 9540 to an 9530 you need to purchase the 9530-3077 PLCM pull arm/track assembly.