EASYGATE'S BEST SELLING SLIDER AUTOMATION:
Has a Stand-alone-transformer
The EasyGate Boxer sliding gate opener is suitable for a domestic gate up to 500 kg.
Designed for the tough New Zealand conditions with soft start/finish and fast travel speed.
Low voltage 24 volt system allows the DIY installer to position the Plug-in step-down transformer (240 volt to 24 volt) up to 80 meters from the opener using 2 core cable (not included)...much like installing 12 volt garden lighting....quick and easy.
1 x 24 volt slider motor
1 x Mounting Plate
1 x Key Release
1 x Control board with remote receiver
3 x Remotes
1 x Wireless Keypad
2 x 12 volt backup batteries
1 x Plug-in Step Down Transformer
4 x 1 meter lengths gear rack (extra lengths available for $26)
1 x DIY Installation manual
1 year back to base warranty
Gates, installation and wiring. Gate must be level and free moving for automation to be effective.
EasyGate recommend the installation of optional Safety Beams if the auto-close function is used.
For manufacturer's instruction manual for the BoxerSlider please click on the link below
For EasyGate's recommended notes written by us to help you with installation please click link below
Packing size; Motor box - 300 x 300 x 300. = 14kgs, gear rack x 4 lengths - 1000 x 40 x 40 = 6 kgs
Warranty; 1 year back to Base. See terms and conditions on this website
Warning: It is the installer’s responsibility to seal the entry points of cables etc from insects and water entering the housing and compromising the control board.
Technical Features Boxer 500
Gear Type- Worm Gear
Peak Thrust - 5500N
Nominal Thrust - 5000N
Engine RPM - 3800 RPM
Absorbed Power- 144W
Power Supply - 24 Vdc
Nominal Input Power - 6A
Maximum Gate Weight - 500kg
Maximum Gate Length – 6 Meters
Maximum Operating Current - 5.5A for Maximum 10 secs
Operating Temperature - -20oC~+50oC
Dimension L x W x H MM. - 250 X 170 X 275
Weight - 8 kg
Speed - 27.1 cm / sec
TMT slider notes
The motor mounting plate is 180mm deep x 250mm wide. Position the motor mounting plate approx. 150mm from the wall/post. If installing cables place these 300mm from your wall/post and approx. 220mm (right side of driveway) and 100mm (left side of driveway) in from the corner of the wall/post.
This DIY transformer will reduce the 240v input to a safer 24v output. It can be place at your 240v power plug outlet and from there you can then run (up to max 100m-150m) a low voltage cable length to the Boxer gate automation using a minimum of 1.5-2.5mm 2 core cable. It will only have 24v AC running through it. Connect to the blade fuse mounted under the battery box. It will not matter which configuration you connect as it is alternating current (AC).
Install “Limit Cams”
Limit Cams (2 x silver tabs) MUST be installed at each end of your gate Gear Rack. Supplied is a right (SX) and a left (DX) when installed they are designed to trigger the Limit Switch to stop the gate cycle BEFORE contact with physical gate stops.
Install “Physical Gate Stops”
Physical Gate Stops MUST be installed at each end of your gate. If the Limit Switch fails to stop a gate cycle, the Gate Stops should prevent gate falling off the guide rollers and causing possible injury or damage.
E 3.2 Tuning remotes
Press and hold the "RF Learn" button for 2 seconds. The LED3 will shine. Press the new transmitter button (A) until the LED3 blinks twice and turns off if the freq is correct, the transmitter memorizing is complete.
Programme Gate “Opening Direction”
There are 2 locations that you can install your gate motor. Right or Left of your driveway (facing your gate from the side the motor will be installed). The Left Side is the most popular with the motor sprocket rotating counter-clockwise opening the gate from right to left. The factory setting is for a Left Side install. “F1-1”
Right Side install has the motor sprocket rotating clockwise opening the gate from left to right. You will need to change the programme “Opening Direction” to “F1-0”
C 3.3 Systems Learning
Before starting “system learning” you must first have a working transmitter as per B 3.2.
Warning: Check that both fully open and full closed limit cams are in place on the gear rack and are functioning correctly. Check both fully open and fully closed physical stops are securely in place.
“Systems learning” will allow the PCB to register your gate factors such as operational resistance, opening/closing cycle times, speed etc. Follow the steps below:
Step 1: Press the “Set” button for 3-5 seconds.
Step 2: Simultaneously press the “Set” and the “Down” button for 3-5 seconds. The LED display shows “LEA”
Step 3: Press button (A) of your transmitter within 5 seconds of step 2 completion. LED display shows “ARN”. Warning: Gate will start moving so keep clear of moving parts.
Step 4: Gate will commence “Auto-Learning” by starting an open cycle until “Open Cam” contacts with “Limit Switch” and stops the motor. A second or 2 later the gate will start a close cycle until “close cam” contacts “Limit Switch” and stops the motor. “System-Learning” is now complete.
Connecting Exit Button: Terminal 10 (Pb) and 11 (GRD) to activate open/stop/close
Connecting Intercom and keypads: Terminal 10 (Pb) and 11 (GRD) to activate open/stop/close. Terminal 5 (+13.75) is positive 13v and 6 (GRD) is the negative.
Connecting the IR beams: The system is factory set to be used without the beams fitted so there is no need to “loop” terminal 7 (PH1) to ground as this is done electronically. To Install IR Beams you will need power to the IR beams. Terminal 6 (GND) is negative and terminal 9 (PH+) is positive 12-13v DC. Connect the NC of the IR Beam to Terminal 7 (Ph1) and the COM of the IR Beam to terminal 6 (GND).
Note: Once beams are installed you must also switch SW6 DIP 1 to ON (found in the bottom left corner of the board).
The replacement FUSE for the stand-alone transformer is 20 amp (20A250V)