PowerMaster SGI-104 Industrial Slide Gate Operator 1 HP, 460V 3PH

$4,831.88 each

Product Description

PowerMaster SGI-104 Industrial Slide Gate Operator 1 HP, 460V 3PH
PowerMaster Model SGI Slide Gate Operator is designed for use in Commercial, Industrial and Restricted Access applications for gates up to 80’ wide and 2,000 lbs.
  • Use for up to 45 cycles per hour.
  • Class II low voltage control circuit.
  • Maximum gate weight: 2000 LBS.
  • Maximum cycles per hour: 45 CPH.
  • Maximum gate width: 80 feet.
  • Gate speed: 9 inches per second.
  • UL 325 Listed for use in Class I through IV application.
  • Solid state control board with diagnostic LEDs to indicate all input and output functions.
  • Timer to close with 0-60 sec. Adjustment standard. *Longer timer available upon request.
  • Maximum run timer for equipment protection (self-adjusting).
  • Master/Slave option with dedicated terminal connection provided.
  • Easy Left/Right changeover.
  • Time delay on reverse to ensure smooth gate motion and less stress on equipment.
  • Spike suppressing circuitry for surge and lightning protection.
  • Emergency control enabling circuitry for safety with security.
  • Electrical dynamic brake for precise gate positioning.
  • Magnetic gate lock control circuitry with 115 Volt output terminals.
  • Integral, current sensing, anti-entrapment circuitry with independent opening and closing sensitivity adjustment.
  • External anti-entrapment circuitry with separate terminal connections for easy installation of contact and non-contact sensors.
  • 1/2 HP, 115 Volt AC, 6 Amp, 1 Phase, instant reversing, switchless, PSC motor, with thermal overload protection and high speed ball bearings for smooth, quiet operation.
  • Internal On/Off power switch.
  • Two grounded 115 Volt AC, 15 Amp.
  • Convenience receptacles.
  • NEMA 1 three-button control station included.
  • Heavy duty #10 Ga.
  • Galvanized steel frame providing a strong and durable unit.
  • Hard shell, baked-on, weather resistant powder coating.
  • 40:1, oil bath type, gear reducer for long service and smooth, quiet operation.
  • Heavy duty, #50 drive chain with a spring loaded tensioning system for smooth starts, stops and reversals.
  • Heavy duty, pillow block type ball bearings supporting output drive shaft and enabling extended endurance under heavy loads with low maintenance.
  • Padlockable drive disconnect with brass slide for manual operation in case of power failure.
  • Positive chain driven rotary limit switches for precision gate positioning.
  • Settings are never affected by manual operation.
  • Post or pad-mountable for strong, solid installation.
External control input terminal connections for: Radio Receiver, Push Button Control Station, Key Switches, Loop Detectors, Card Key Readers, Telephone Entry Systems, Etc.

Note: Over the Road freight charges apply.

Quantity Discounts

2+: $4,735.24 each
4+: $4,638.60 each
8+: $4,509.75 each


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