hold open feature

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The HSA is an electrically controlled closer/holder designed to provide easy passage for groups of pedestrians through high traffic doors. - In 2006, we changed the Scanner in all HSA units to a s...
EDA ARM - The EDA arm is a heavy duty parallel arm mount.  The degree of door opening is determined by the template used for mounting. EDA arm closers can only be mounted as a Push Side parallel ar...
The 4041/4040XP HEDA arm is handed because of the hold open feature. The regular EDA arm is not handed.
The 4600 Series I/O PC Board was updated in Nov. of 2010. As part of that update, the hold open switch plug in connector was removed, requiring the hold open switch to be field wired on t...
The "B" means "Bypass". The "80 or 140" is the degree of door opening from the fully closed position.  "B80" means the hold open feature is bypassed (will not hold open) until the door is opened...
The part number for the 4041/4040XP HCush arm is 4040XP-3049CNS.
The 4040 regular and hold open arms are different. You would have to get a different arm to convert from regular arm to a hold open function. 4040-3077 for a regular arm. 4040-3077L for a long ...
The 4110 EDA/HEDA can be templated for 100°, 140°, and 180° hold open. The hold open adjustment can be set to hold the door at any position (degree) up to the maximum door opening angle. For "Wi...
To install a 4041/4040XP with Rw/PA or Hw/PA arm, you need a minimum of 5-3/8" top rail on the door, measured from the bottom of the stop. If the top rail is less than 5-3/8", you will need to use ...