actuators wired vs wireless

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The 8310-865 RF receiver contacts (N.O. and COM) would connect to terminals 15 & 17 (the alternate action input) on the 4600 operator. The first activation would open the door, the second...
Actuators are not included with a 4600 Series operator.  Due to the numerous styles, they always need to be ordered separately.
To convert a hard wired actuator button to a wireless actuator button you will need the following components: An RF transmitter. The 8310-844 transmitter for the (4-1/2" or 6" round, and the ...
To convert an RF actuator button to a hard wired actuator button, simply remove the RF transmitter an connect the hard wiring to the "Common" and "Normally Open" terminals on the the switch.
Hardwired and RF actuators can be used together on the same operator. The hardwired switch and the RF receiver both provide a N.O. contact to the operator.
Yes. Remove the receiver from the operator. Remove the transmitter from the actuator button. Attach 1 wire to the NO (normally open) contact on the actuator switch, and another wire to the COM (com...
On average, the battery life on the wireless actuators will be 9 months to 1 year for most installations. Extreme (cold) conditions may reduce battery life.
The 4630/4640 operator activation inputs are: Normal Activation Inputs (2 parallel) - terminals 16 & 17 or 18 & 19. Sequential Input - terminals 8 & 19. Alternate Action Input - terminals 15 &...
The "common" of all the actuator switches will connect to terminal 10. The N.O. (normally open contact) will connect to Terminal 5, 6, 7 or 8 depending on which control box is used and the function...
The current (digital control box) activation input wiring harness (# 761464-00) is included in the Sr. Swing parts bag (-518), and has 4 wires in it, Black, White, Yellow, & Gray. This harness p...