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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 ES Filter started to ship with these units (Senior Swing/Benchmark) on 4/22/2013.  The ES Filter kit will help eliminate line noise from an Electric Strike if used.  See here fo...
On the Senior Swing, if you have line noise from a strike the unit could go into an Error Code on the Control Box (Er13) and will not operate.  Adding the ES Filter, which is a diode, will eli...
On the Benchmark, 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 hold it's...
The maximum reveal for an 8200 Falcon Operator is: 8230 (pull side) -- 1/8" 8240 (push side) -- 6"  The Benchmark long rod and shoe (9140-79LR) can be use with the Falcon 8242 for reveal from ...
If the Main AC fuse is blowing, the control box is defective and needs to be replaced.  The "Main Fuse" is a (5x20MM) 1 Amp Slow Blow fuse. If the 12VAC fuse is blowing, verify they are not trying...
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...
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 Benchmark and Falcon operator gearbox assemblies are not repairable. The gearbox belt and/or pulley cannot be replaced in the field, the gearbox would need to be replaced as a complete assembly...
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.