Category: Environmental Adaptations


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BETAdoors are automatic opening and closing doors that allow hands-free operation in commercial or residential buildings. Specifically, they are electric powered roller blind mechanisms that are self-contained in vertical aluminum frames. Low voltage floor mats, electric eye sensors or push buttons trigger the doors to operate. BETAdoor is available in single (160 Watts), double (320 Watts), 3-way (480 Watts), and 4-way (640 Watts) models. All models available in wheelchair dimensions. BETAdoors can be surface mounted for easy installation or flush mounted for zero protrusion. MATERIALS: Vertical frames, curtain fronts, and top section are painted aluminum. Track sections are 13 gauge painted steel. Door curtain fabric is flexible woven fiberglass. Leading edges of curtain fronts are padded for additional safety. Thermally protected motor, solid state controls, and pneumatic damper are concealed behind top panel. CONTROLS: Opening and closing velocities are controlled by the pneumatic damper and limit switches. All controls and sensors are low voltage suitable for class 2 wiring. POWER: Connections for 110 volt, 5 amp single phase, 60 Hz (optional 220v-240v, 50 Hz) are made for the rear of the head. Multiple door assemblies have satellite doors equipped with an interconnect cable and a main door with a matching receptacle. Multiple door assemblies are electronically interlocked. BETAdoors can be manually operated in the event of power failure. COLORS: 9 colors available.


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