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Reveal should not exceed: 6" for the REGULAR ARM 9 3/4" for the LONG ARM
The ES Filter started to ship with these units (Senior Swing/Benchmark/Falcon) on 4/22/2013.  The ES Filter kit will help eliminate line noise from an Electric Strike if used. 
On the Senior Swing, if you have line noise from a strike the unit will go into an Error Code on the Control Box (Er14) and will not operate.  Adding the ES Filter, which is a diode, will eliminate...
On the Benchmark and Falcon, if there is line noise from a strike then the unit will lose it's hold open time.  Adding the ES Filter, which is a diode, will resolve this issue and the unit will hol...
The installation of the arms with the Benchmark and Falcon Swing Door Operator is similar to the Sr. Swing Series . The arms are installed with the main activation input shorted, the gearbox at the...
ElectroMechanical Automatic Operators are designed to automatically open when activated. The Benchmark Series are Medium Duty "Commercial" automatic operators, often used on of...
If the 9100 Series Benchmark operator does not open when the actuator is pushed: Verify the unit has 120 volts applied to it. Verify the the power light on the control box is on. If not, check ...
The current Benchmark III controller (9130-3462, 9140-3462) is a direct replacement for the older Benchmark II controller.
The only difference between the 9130 and 9140 Benchmark operators are the arms. To convert a Benchmark 9310 (pull) to a 9140 (push), order a 9140-3077 push arm assembly. To convert a Benchmark...
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...
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 &...