Auto door parts or automatic door parts refers to replacement parts for commercial pedestrian automatic sliding, swinging, folding, or revolving doors. The most common automatic sliding door parts are ada door operator parts and automatic sliding door parts as these types of door operators are found in the majority commercial buildings.
Automatic Sliding Door Parts
An automatic sliding door is an electrically powered door opener which automatically slides the door panels open as pedestrians approach. Automatic sliding doors are commonly found at entrances to public buildings, grocery stores, retail stores, and any other place where pedestrian and ADA access is crucial. Ideally automatic sliding doors would be in every building, as they offer automatic entry access for the elderly, pedestrians in wheelchairs, and many other people. ADA Door Operators offers commercial replacement door parts for all brands of automatic sliding doors.
ADA Swing Door Operator Parts
Low energy ada door operators are becoming more and more popular with each day. A low energy swing door opener operates in a similar manner as an automatic sliding door. It is typically driven by a dc motor. When a pedestrian activates the door to open by pressing the activation button on the wall, the transmitter inside of the activation switch sends a wireless signal to the receiver inside of the door opener. The receiver communicates with the automatic door controller to send power to the dc motor to swing the door open. Unlike automatic sliding doors the ada swing door operator features a gearbox with a spring inside. As the dc motor powers the doors open, the spring inside of the gearbox comes under tension. When the door is ready to close, the dc motor receives no power, and the door swings closed due to the spring tension inside of the gearbox. ADA Door Operators carries all ada swing door operator replacement parts including door arms, motors, gearboxes, controllers, springs, and more.
Automatic Door Sensors
Automated doors are either activated by a knowing act device such as wall activation switches or activation sensors. There are variety of automatic door sensors that can be used for activation. Typically activation sensors utilize motion detection technology to track pedestrians moving towards the door. Infrared photocell safety beam sensors or infrared safety sensors are used to track pedestrians who are standing in or near the door threshold. Infrared side screen sensors are mounted above the stationary panels to detect pedestrians that are standing in the path of the moving door panels.
Handicap Activation Buttons
Low energy automatic swing door operators utilize handicap activation buttons for signaling the automatic door operator to power the door open. An activation button also known as a push plate switch, is considered knowing act device since the pedestrian must know to press the button in order to activate the automatic door. There are many sizes of automatic door activation switches. The most common types feature a wheelchair symbol with the text "Push To Open."
1. If your door does not open then check for power. Make sure the circuit breaker for the door operator has not been tripped. Verify that the automatic door power switch is set to "On." Check to see if any of the motion sensors activate the door. If one motion sensor activates the door, but the other does not, then the problem is a defective sensor.
2. If your doors do not close, then check each motion sensor. Make sure that the led indicator light on the sensor is not lit up to indicate activation. If all sensors are working properly, then reset your door by turning the power off for about 120 seconds, and turning it back on. Watch the door as it does a learn cycle. If the door is unable to complete a learn cycle, then check for any obstructions such as rocks in the door track, a broken bottom guide, or broken top roller.
3. If handicap door opener activation button won't open the door, then check the battery on the transmitter. Most likely your battery is low and just simply needs to be replaced.