The BE20-200-HS is a swing gate operator for gates of up to 300kg /2.5m per leaf. The powerful 36v brushless motors are capable of opening times as low as 15 sec on a large gate and can be operated up to 1000x per day. An operator without compromise.
- Max Gate Size - up to 2.5m / 300kg per leaf (see chart)
- Input Power - 230V AC
- Motor Power - 200W, 36V brushless
- Max thrust - 2200N
- Speed - 10 - 15 sec to 90 deg opening (depends on geometry)
- End Stops - inbuilt mechanical stops in open and closed positions
- Control Board - Edge1
- Note - the BE20 can also use the B70-2DC 24v control board. This is convienent if back-up battery is required because it can fit inside the same box as the control board. It is also much cheaper but speed is lower.
- Mains - the most reliable option if it is possible to get 230v out to the gate.
- External Transformer - put a transformer inside the house or garage and run low voltage AC out to the gate using a garden light cable.
- Solar - Roger Automation is very energy efficient and suits solar power. The specification of your panel(s) and batteries depends on your application and we will help you select the right solar solution.
- Read more about power options on our FenceLab Learning Page.
The Roger Automation range of brushless gate operators offer huge advantages over traditional brushed motors.
- High torque to weight ratio – these low voltage motors can now be applied to applications that were once only served by larger 230v / 415v motors.
- Increased efficiency – Significantly reduced losses due to the motor construction. The omission of brushes and the fact that the motor windings are supported by the motor housing, any heat generated is cooled by conduction resulting in ultra low power consumption and a super intensive duty cycle.
- Longer lifetime, increased reliability and reduced noise – This is achieved due to the elimination of brush or commutator erosion, ionizing sparks and the overall reduction of electromagnetic interference.
- Higher speeds – Brushless motors are capable of higher speeds without the loss of torque. Brushed motors develop maximum torque when stationary, linearly decreasing as velocity increases.
- Superior control & motor positioning – Utilising the pulses from the undriven coils within the brushless motor and the technology incorporated in the controller the motor is capable of achieving precise control and positioning. One obvious advantage to this is significantly reduced stresses to the motor and gearbox resulting in the overall longevity, sustainability and reliability of the unit.
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