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How to wire exit loop


Loop Detectors and Driveway Loops

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Loop wire has special impermeable insulation and is inserted into slots that have been cut in the ... Exit loops are used to open gates to allow a vehicle's exit.

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Why does the gate open on its own during the day with nobody home?


There are several ways a gate will open. You need to check each of them but the most common issue we find when repairing gates is the exiting vehicle detection device is opening the gate.

There are two main types. The best type will be a loop embedded in the driveway. These normally open the gate by driving over them. A sensor in the operator sends an electrical wave through the loop. A vehicle affects this wave and the sensor detects it, flips a switch and opens the gate.

If the installer used standard PVC wire, and the driveway cracks to let water sit on the wires, they could change the wave occasionally and open the gate. Water can take days to soak through and remain around for days. So while you do not have rain or sprinklers going the day the gate opens, it could still be the cause.

The sensor inside the operator could also be going out. Usually, they have lights showing when they are active. If you have one, and the detection light is on, turn off the machine, disconnect and reconnect the sensor and see if the detection light comes back on.

Next check the loop wires. Physically, look at the wires wherever you can. Check the driveway for exposed wires. If you find them, call a pro to replace them. Once this is done, you need an ohmmeter. Plunge a screwdriver deep in the ground. Set the dial on the ohmmeter to measure how much resistance there is between one wire in the loop and the screwdriver in the ground. Make sure you are not touching the leads or wires with both hands since you will be measuring your bodies resistance and not the short between the ground and the wires you are looking for.

If you find anything but an open circuit, there is a problem with the loop wires and you will need to replace them. If you have a completely open circuit, then change the detector. Ideally, you have another detector for the safety loops and can switch them to see if the problem moves to the safety loops. If it does, replace the detector.

The second type of exit device is called an exit wand or exit probe.

These are overly sensitive and don't last as long as the loop detector. Your dogs collar can set it off as can a bicycle or even a workers steel-toed boots. Add to this, the propensity to fail, and if you have one of these, you have likely found the problem.

The fix for these is to pull the probe up, look for nicks or cuts in the wire and fix them, dig a deeper trench, cover the wire with PVC pipe to prevent more cuts and finally bury the wand itself at least six inches deep. By the way, if the probe cable runs next to other electrical lines, they can make the probe react too. I have heard this can be prevented by using copper pipe instead of PVC pipe.

Other causes could be a remote in someones purse or pocket going off as it bumps around, a switch used to open the gate shorting out, a call box getting signals and in general anything used to open the gate breaking down or being set off inadvertently.

Rarely, and I mean very rarely, a control board, the big circuit board controlling the gate motor itself, will go out and cause this sort of problem. Out of everything, this is the least likely.

Good luck.

May 30, 2015 | Home Fencing

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Sliding gate wont always open


Since there are few details on the circumstances of when it won't open provided I will try to guess what is happening.

Usually this is related to the strength of the transmitter (clicker or remote) signal. If you have radio interference from ham radios, air fields or other government agency, it will affect the reception or your gate receiver. Other common issues include the distance from the operator, how long you hold down the button, and the age of the battery in the transmitter.

You might try extending the receiver antenna up higher. If this makes it worse, you may need a directional antenna like the Linear EXA 2000.

We have also found the Linear SMDRG narrow band receiver to work well when we have interference issues.

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Open electric gate manually


if no power to gate opener..unbolt the gate from the chain and open it manually..may have a power outage..

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Wire motor to stanley auto gate


what exactly is your problem i have a gate system aswell

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How spring gate closer works without any human intervention or electricity?


It's a device that consists of high quality steel spring in a spiral shape which is installed around the door or gate that close the door automatically without any human intervention or electricity. For any further information about gate closers you can check this Web Site.http://www.gateshut.net/details-of-gate-closer.html

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What is Spring Gate Closer and How it Close the door automatically?


It consist of hard steel or aluminum in spring shape, which force the gate to shut it close the door automatically without any electricity or heavy internal mechanism.http://www.gateshut.net/

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Where can I find a wooden automatic gate?


A wooden driveway gate needs to be supplemented with a steel frame to last since they will be opened much more frequently than an ordinary wood gate. The slide type gates will need the structural strength to resist the pulling of the chain. A swing gate, will be cantilevered since a wheel at the opposite end will trigger the obstruction reversing mechanism in the gate operator. This cantilevering over the long width of a driveway requires steel in the structure both to prevent sagging and to keep the gate looking good over time. Gaps and misalignment will occur naturally as the wood shrinks and expands in weather. The steel frame helps to hold everything together tightly.

We make our gates using wood cladding over a steel frame. If you like check out our link at the bottom for more information. Here are some projects we have completed.

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Jan 31, 2013 | Home Fencing

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