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The 4600 Series operator has both a 12VDC and 24VDC output rated at 1A (combined load) to power strikes, maglocks, and other devices, but an EL device "always" has to have a separate PS914-2RS Seri...
Depends on the application.  If the Beesam Auto Operator you are using has the timing relays and output contacts available in it you could possibly use the 900-2RS option card.  This is d...
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 s...
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 ...
If a 4600 clicks, but won't open the door: Verify proper connection of all the control box connectors. Verify correct manual operation of door. Verify actuator connections and any strike/maglo...
Actuators are not included with a 4600 Series operator.  Due to the numerous styles, they always need to be ordered separately.
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.
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. ...
The following common wiring diagrams are available: One Single Door with Panic Bar   Electric Latch Retraction, with Auto Operator Delayed egres...
Electronic Protocols:   Access Control Door with electric trim Access Control with electric strike  Access control with electric strike and LCN 460...