falcon operator slamming

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The Falcon 8200 Series operator will allow the door to slam if: The motor is not connected (plugged into) the controller as the closing speed is controlled by a circuit on the controller. The mo...
How to:  What are the steps to adjust a door closer?Facts: All LCN and FALCON door closers will have 3 regulating valves and a spring adjustment.  All closers with a "Delay" feature ...
There are a few things that can cause a closer to slam. The closer could be adjusted incorrectly. Turn all regulating screws clockwise until they stop. Then open each valve 1 and 1/2 turns. If t...
The Senior Swing has a built in circuit that controls closing speed through the motor. If the door is slamming, there must be a broken gear in the gearbox and the gearbox will need to be replaced.
INPUT -- 120 volts AC @ 1 amp. OUTPUT -- 12 volts AC @ 0.25 amp (1/4 amp).
The Falcon 8200 series operator requires a input of 120 VAC @ 1 Amp.
The Falcon 8200 series operator has a circuit that shuts down the operator when a resistance of 15 lbs. occurs, so the operator will not be damaged.
The 8200 Series operator CANNOT power a strike, maglock, or EL device. A separate power supply is ALWAYS required. There is an onboard relay to control a strike, maglock, or EL device.
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...