Gemini Sliding Gate 21v Manual

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION2
Lubrication3
Physical dimensions4
Technical specifications5
STANDARD INSTALLATION KIT6
WARNINGS7
INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT8
Initial preparations and mounting the base plate8
Mounting the rack9-10
Connecting the 220V AC electrical supply11
Other connections12
Circuit board layout13
Programming remote controls14
Reversing the electrical motor direction15
Setting the townhouse function15
Infra-red beam follower16
Obstruction sensitivity adjustment16
Setting the auto close dip switches17
OPERATING PROCEDURES18
Initial testing procedures after installation18
Daily operation18,19
Buzzer / LED Status20
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE21
Problems during the installation / operational phase21-24
MAINTENANCE25
Replacing the remote control battery25
Replacing the pulse sensor26
STANDARD GUARANTEE27
WARRANTEE / REGISTRATION CARD28
THE FOLLOWING PATENTS APPLY : 2007/06773

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INTRODUCTION

The GEMINI DC Sliding gate system is a self-contained unit, which comprises of a Direct Current electrical motor that drives the rack pinion through a reduction gearbox. The electrical motor, gearbox, and associated components are incorporated in a base box. The base box is secured to the base plate that needs to be cemented or bolted to a concrete base. The complete unit is enclosed with a weather resistant lid.

The GEMINI system is rigidly built for reliability, but with safety a first priority. The electronic control card makes provision for several unique features, such as remote controlled gate opening, pedestrian opening facility, obstruction (“impact” ) sensing, adjustable “auto close” facility, infra-red obstruction sensing facility, townhouse function, beam follower, buzzer (optional), soft start and normal push button operation. The features are updated from time to time.

A battery (ies) is used as the power source for the electrical motor. A 220V trickle charger maintains the battery in a fully charged state. The 220V current for the power supply is derived from a normal 220V mains supply.

Contact us:

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LUBRICATION

VERY IMPORTANT

REMEMBER TO FILL YOUR GEMINI OPERATOR WITH OIL BEFORE OPERATION

B

A

To fill your GEMINI gate motor with oil, remove screws marked A and B.

Pour the oil into the hole marked A as depicted below.

Hole B only acts as a breather hole.

Replace the screws in position A and B, your GEMINI is now ready for operation

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PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS

Top View Side View

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Motor:DC
Gate speed:12 to 23 meter per min depending on specifications of
gate.
Limit switches:Built in software as well as mechanical stops.
Obstruction:Electronically adjustable obstruction sensing in both
directions.
Activation:By using any normally open contact, push button or
remote control.
Other1.Automatic closing facility
characteristics:2.LED display for gate mode
3.Buzzer during gate movement (optional)
4.Infra-red beam sensing compatible
5.Pedestrian open / close facility
6.Mechanical override in case of a malfunction or
power failure
7.Soft start and stop
8.Infra-red beam follower
9.Town house function
Weight:±14-15 Kg (Includes base plate, excluding rack)
Battery:7Ah or 12Ah sealed lead-acid type, maintenance free.
Maximum gate300kg* for 7Ah , 600kg* for 12Ah
weight:

*Provided that track wheels with a minimum diameter of 80mm, fitted with roller bearings on a straight and level track is used. Gate must move with ease.

Applications:

For 10 kg pull force or less use 7Ah For 18 kg pull force or less use 12Ah

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STANDARD INSTALLATION KIT

Your GEMINI DC sliding gate system comprises of the following:

1.Weather resistant lid8.Baseplate with attachment
bolts
2.Steel Rack**9.GEMINI electronic control card
3.PCB cover includes 3 x spare fuses10. Electric motor
4.Stoppers11.Power supply
5.Gemini Remote Transmitters**12.Keys x 2
6.Angle iron brackets (weld item)**13. Gearbox clip
7.Manual override lever14.Battery
15. Oil Bottle (40ml)

**Rack sold separately. Steel or nylon rack can be used.

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WARNINGS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS:

MAKE SURE THAT THE GATE YOU FIT THIS UNIT TO WILL UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES OVERRUN ITS TRACK. EVEN BY BRUTE FORCE!

  • NEVER WORK ON THE SYSTEM WITH THE ELECTRICAL POWER ON.
  • NEVER ALLOW PERSONS OR ANIMALS TO STAND ON THE GATE OR TRACK WHILE THE GATE IS IN MOTION.
  • KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF THE RACK AND PINION GEAR WHILE THE MOTOR IS IN OPERATION.
  • DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO PUT THEIR HAND THROUGH THE GATE TRELLIS WHILE GATE IS MOVING OR ABOUT TO BE ACTIVATED.
  • TEST ALL OPERATING SYSTEMS ON A REGULAR BASIS, ESPECIALLY THOSE RELATED TO THE SAFETY FEATURES I.E. OBSTRUCTION SENSING AND IR BEAMS
  • DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY WITH THE CONTROLS.
  • KEEP REMOTE CONTROLS AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
  • IT IS MANDATORY TO INSTALL INFRA RED BEAMS OR SIMILAR SAFETY DEVICES IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO PREVENT OPERATION OF THE SYSTEM WHEN THERE IS A CHANCE OF THE GATES COLLIDING WITH A VEHICLE OR PERSON OR ANIMALS.

INSTRUCTION

TO RELEASE

– open handle and move gate manually.

Beware that the gate can move freely in any direction.

TO RE-ENGAGE

– close handle and move gate by hand until gearbox engages

Also see p.20

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INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT

WARNING: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Follow these instructions since incorrect installation can lead to severe injury.

Before installing the motor, check that the gate is in good mechanical condition, correctly balanced and opens and closes properly.

INITIAL PREPARATIONS FOR MOUNTING THE BASE PLATE

To determine the mounting position of your GEMINI, fully close the gate and place the unit (with base plate attached) in position so that the pinion gear is approximately 15mm away from the gate. Ideally locate the base plate against the existing gate track (the base plate is to be welded to this track at a later stage).

NOTE: The securing holes in the base box are slotted; ensure that the base plate bolts are located in the centre of these holes and that the base box and base plate are parallel.

Ensure that the centreline of the gate is parallel with the centreline of the pinion. This will ensure that the centreline of the rack will run on the centreline of the pinion. Clearly mark the position of the base plate. Remove the complete unit and prepare a foundation for base plate. Consult your local Builders Supply Store for the necessary information on concrete strengths, mix ratios and hardening times.

NOTE: Install conduit piping in the foundation to correspond with the opening in the base box, through which the electrical cables are routed.

Remove the base plate from the unit. Place and stitch weld the base plate to the existing track.

Cast concrete into the previously prepared foundation. Ensure that the exact position (previously marked) is maintained to ensure correct mounting of the unit. The base plate can also be mounted in position by means of fasteners onto an existing concrete foundation.

Mount the GEMINI on the base plate and align as previously described. Also ensure that the height adjustment nuts are at exactly the same level to ensure even distribution of forces on the base box.

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MOUNTING STEEL RACK

Figure 1

Starting at one end of the gate, weld the rack in position by using the angle iron brackets. The following critical points must be considered:

  • Please note that it is mandatory to install stoppers as indicated in figure 1.
  • Mount mechanical stops to one end of loose rack as per drawing. Now position assembly as per figure 1.
  • Angle iron brackets, not to be more than 600mm apart, can now be utilised to attach rack to gate.
  • Allow a free play of approximately 2mm between the pinion and the rack.
  • When moving the gate to the next position, the manual override lever must be disconnected free movement of gate.
  • For wooden gates, drill two holes in the angle iron bracket and secure to the gate with wood screws. To prevent the gate from burning, mark the position of the angle brackets and weld to rack before securing to the gate.

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MOUNTING NYLON RACK

Mount a mechanical stop at one end of the nylon rack as per Figure 2. Drill and screw the nylon rack onto the gate, ensuring that there is approximately 2mm free play between the pinion and the nylon rack. Mark and drill each corresponding mounting hole on the rack, ensuring that approximately 2mm free play is maintained. Screw the rack to the gate. Bolt stoppers to the gate by means of M6 x 90 bolts and nuts as per figure 2. Alternatively the stopper could be welded onto the gate.

Figure 2

Once the rack is in position (Steel or nylon), ensure that the unit (pinion) is correctly aligned with the rack. Final adjustments can be made by sliding the unit in the slotted holes to achieve the correct alignment. Tighten the mounting nuts. The remaining stopper can now be attached to the rack in such a position that it prevents the gate from overriding the fully open or closed position.

This stopper system is Patent pending (2007/06773)

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CONNECTING THE 220V AC ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

Figure 3

CAUTION:

Under no circumstances must the main electrical supply be wired directly from a power source. As a safety precaution, an ON/OFF switch must be incorporated into the electrical circuit, normally within 1 meter from the unit.

  • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE REGULATIONS

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OTHER CONNECTIONS

Battery

Make sure the red wire is on + and the black wire on –

Push button

Connect to removable connector block COM and TRIG marked on PCB, see p13

Pedestrian push button

Connect to removable connector block COM and PED marked on PCB, see p13

Infra-red sensor

Connect to removable connector block

COM and IR BEAM marked on PCB, see p13

Keypad

Connect to removable connector block

COM and TRIG or PED (optional) marked on PCB,

see p13

Additional receiver

Plug in on electronic control card marked RECEIVER PLUG.

LED

Point available for extending status LED to a remote location.

Auto close loop

When the loop is removed the auto close function is disabled.

220V light

a 220V light can be switched on by the PC Board.

See diagram below.

12/24V supply

Additional 12/24 volt point available to provide power for infra-red beams or keypad, etc. (Max 1 Amp)

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CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT

Ensure that all the legal requirements for your local area are complied with.

Figure 4

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PROGRAMMING A GEMINI CODE HOPPING

REMOTE CONTROL

Important: The transmitters and receiver supplied with this motor have already been programmed. Only additional transmitters and receivers need to be programmed.

Once the electrical supply is correctly connected, the additional transmitters can be programmed.

If a non-GEMINI remote control is used, program the control as per the supplier’s instruction.

LEARN ButtonFigure 5

To learn the transmitters (Maximum of 15):

  1. Press and hold transmitter(remote) button
  2. Press and release the learn button on the PCB
  3. Receiver LED on PCB will flash twice
  4. Release transmitter button after led flashed twice
  5. Repeat steps 1-3 for additional transmitters

To erase all transmitters:

  1. Press and hold the LEARN button for 10 seconds or until receiver LED turns off.

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MOTOR DIRECTION

REVERSING THE ELECTRICAL MOTOR DIRECTION

Refer to the electrical diagram (figure 6). The electrical motor direction default is set by positioning the gate direction dipswitch on the electronic control card either to the left or right.

TOWNHOUSE FUNCTION

The townhouse function allows the gate to open completely without accepting any commands from any source other than obstruction sensing.

Refer to the electrical diagram (figure 6). The townhouse function is set by positioning the townhouse dipswitch on the electronic control card either to the ON or OFF position.

Figure 6

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INFRA-RED BEAM FOLLOWER

This function operates only when the gate is opening. It allows the gate to stop when the beam is interrupted. The gate will remain in this position until the obstruction has been removed from the path of the beam and will then close.

OBSTRUCTION SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT

Figure 7

Obstruction sensing should be set so that the gate will stop and reverse on impact while closing. The obstruction sensitivity is set at the factory, but it will be necessary to adjust the sensitivity to suit your gate’s requirement.

Obstruction sensitivity is adjusted by adjusting the sensitivity potentiometer on the electronic control card (See figure 7). If adjustment is required, insert a small flat tip instrument type screwdriver into the potentiometer adjustment slot and adjust as follows:

  • Turn the potentiometer clockwise to make sensitivity LESS
  • Turn the potentiometer counter-clockwise to make sensitivity MORE

Test impact sensitivity by bumping the gate by hand in the opposite direction of movement, re-adjust until the ideal impact sensitivity is achieved.

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SETTING THE AUTO CLOSE DIPSWITCHES

After your GEMINI unit has been installed and you wish to alter the time delay for the auto close facility, proceed as follows:

0 = Off

1 = On

SWITCH NO. &TIME DELAY
POSITIONS(in seconds)
0000Off
11102
100010
010020
110030
001040
101050
011060

Figure 8

SETTING THE AUTO CLOSE DIPSWITCHES (CONTINUED)

The dipswitches are marked No. 1 to 4 (See figure 8) Refer to table on page 18.

Choose a time delay to suit your personal requirements, i.e. 50 seconds; dip switch settings must be 1010.

Move the no.1 dipswitch to the ON position, the second switch the OFF position, the third switch to the ON position and the fourth dip switch to the OFF position. Your 50 second Auto Close time delay is now set.

Removing the Auto Close Loop on the electronic control card will disable the auto close function even if a time delay is set.

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OPERATING PROCEDURES

INITIAL TESTING PROCEDURES AFTER INSTALLATION OR DISENGAGING

  1. Disengage the manual override lever and move the gate to the halfway position. Re-engage the override lever. Ensure that the gearbox has re-engaged by moving the gate until a clicking sound is heard.
  1. Press the remote control button. The gate must move to the closed position at slow speed and stop. If necessary, adjust the stopper position on the rack.

NOTE: If the gate moves to the open position on the first activation, the electrical motor direction is incorrectly set and must be reversed. Refer to “Reversing the Electrical Motor Direction” on page 16 for the correct procedure.

  1. The gate will remain in the closed position until activated. Gate will then move to the open position at slow speed and stop. If the stopper has been moved, disconnect the power (battery and charger). The motor will re-learn the stopper locations.
  1. Perform   an   obstruction-sensing   test.   If   necessary,   refer   to

“Obstruction Sensitivity Adjustment” on page 17 and adjust the obstruction sensitivity.

  1. Test the operation of the gate from inside the house by using the push button

DAILY OPERATION

  1. The gate can now be operated by either the remote control or the push button inside the house.
  1. If either the remote control or the push button is pressed while the gate is in motion, the gate will react as follows:
  1. If the gate is closing: The gate will stop and open
  1. If the gate is opening: The gate will stop and wait for the next command. If the “Auto Close” function is selected, the gate will close after the pre-set time
  1. If townhouse function is selected: The gate cannot be stopped while opening, other than by some form of obstruction.

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OPERATING PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)

  1. If the gate senses an obstruction while closing, the gate will stop and move to the open position. If auto close is selected, the gate will wait its allotted time and then close. If the gate senses an obstruction three times while trying to close, the gate will move ±200mm away from the obstruction position and remain there while waiting for the next command.
  1. If the gate senses an obstruction while opening, the gate will stop and wait for the next command. If the “Auto Close” function is selected, the gate will close after the pre-set time.
  1. In the unlikely event of malfunction, the battery flat or any other reason to disengage the gate from the motor, use the supplied key to unlock the release handle and move to the disengage position. The gate can now be operated manually.
  1. When re-engaging the gate for remote operation, move and position the gate halfway in its travel. Close the release handle and move the gate slowly by hand until a clicking sound is heard. The gearbox is now engaged and ready for use. Never engage or disengage the motor while the gate is in motion.

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STATUS LED/BUZZER

Figure 9

  1. A buzzer can be fitted to the electronic control card and acts as an audible tell-tale indicator conveying the following messages:
  • Continuous beeps / LED flashes (approximately one beep every second). Gate is either opening or closing.
  • Double beeps / LED flashes in succession. Indicates a main power supply problem.
  • Triple beeps / LED flashes in succession. Indicates a low battery voltage.
  • Approximately one beep / LED flashes 5 seconds after the gate has closed. Gate is not fully closed.
  • Four flashes/beeps in succession. Override lever not engaged or reed switch faulty.
  1. The buzzer can be de-activated by removing the buzzer jumper from the electronic control card. See figure 9. This will have no effect on the operation of the gate.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

Should a problem occur, consult the following table first before calling your local GEMINI agent.

WARNING:

DURING SOME OF THE FOLLOWING CHECKS / TESTS, IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO WORK ON THE UNIT WHILE THE ELECTRICAL POWER IS SWITCHED ON (LIVE), THEREFORE UTMOST CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCKS.

PROBLEMS DURING THE INSTALLATION / OPERATING PHASE

PROBLEMPOSSIBLE CAUSEREMEDY AND/OR TEST
a.Battery not fullya.Charge battery
chargedbefore first operation
System learns wrongb.Obstructionb.Identify and rectify
interpreted as limitpossible obstruction
limit position
c.Assist gate manually
during learning
phase
a.Is the batterya.Connect battery
connected?
b.Is the electricalb.Check and rectify as
Electrical motor does notpower correctlynecessary
turnconnected?
c.Fuse on the
electronic controlc.Replace with correct
card blownvalue fuse
a.Wiring to thea.Check and rectify as
electronic controlnecessary
Power is ON (LEDcard not properlyb.Replace electronic
indicating) but motorconnectedcontrol card
does not reactb.Electronic control
card defective
a.Is the security codea.Check, and if
set correctly?necessary, reset
Motor operates bysecurity code
b.Remote controlb.Replace battery
actuating the push
battery flat
button, but not with thec.Replace remote
remote control
c.Remote controlcontrol
defective

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED)

PROBLEMPOSSIBLE CAUSEREMEDY AND/OR TEST
a.Faulty wiring to thea.Disconnect the push
push buttonbutton wiring from
the GEMINI and
bridge the COMMON
and TRIG
connections at the
connector block. If
motor operates, the
wiring is faulty and
must be repaired
Motor activates with theb.Push button faultyb.Disconnect push
remote control but not
button wiring at the
with the push button
push button.
Momentarily bridge
the wires at the push
button. If the motor
operates, the push
button is faulty and
must be repaired or
replaced
a.Incorrect settinga.Refer to “Reversing
Gate motor directionElectrical motor
incorrectdirection” p.16
a.Transmitter batterya.Replace battery
Receiver receptionflat
insufficienta.Receiver range isa.Place in different
obstructedposition
a.   Gate too heavy fora.Discuss the problem
unitwith your local
GEMINI agent
Motor opens the gate forb.Obstruction on trackb.Clear obstruction
a short travel only, thenfrom track
closes againc.Obstructionc.Adjust obstruction
sensitivity too highsensitivity to suit your
gate

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED)

PROBLEMPOSSIBLE CAUSEREMEDY AND/OR TEST
a.Motor has forceda.Disengage the
the gate against themanual override and
gatepost andmove away from
cannot release bygatepost
itself
b.Stoppers incorrectlyb.Adjust the stoppers
adjusted
Motor makes a “clicking”c.16 A fuse is blownc.Replace fuse
sound but does notA power surge hasSwitch the main
switch ON
caused a problem onelectrical power
the electronic controlswitch OFF.
cardDisconnect the
battery and wait 10
seconds, then switch
the power ON again
and reconnect the
battery
a.Wheel track is dirtya.Clean wheel track
b.Wheel track hasb.Repair burns and/or
burrs or markingsmarkings
c.Insufficient free playc.Repair the sagging
between pinion andproblem and restore
rack (wheel trackfree play between
Gate moves withhas sagged).pinion and rack
difficultyWeight of gate is
lying on pinion
d.Battery faulty and/ord.Replace and/or
flatcharge battery
b.Faulty push buttonb.Check and rectify as
wiringnecessary
c.Faulty remotec.Replace the remote
Gate opens and closescontrol receivercontrol receiver
by itselfd.Somebody in yourd.Change your
area is using thesecurity code, only if
same security codeusing non-Gemini
as yourstransmitters

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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED)

PROBLEMPOSSIBLE CAUSEREMEDY AND/OR TEST
Gate is not fullye.Check and if
Buzzer sounds (if fitted)closed. Motor hasnecessary, adjust
forced the gatestoppers
after gate has closed
against the gate
(approximately one beep
post or an
every 5 seconds)
obstruction on the
wheel track
a.Main power supplya.Check the following:
defective
Is the mainSwitch ON the
Buzzer sounds (if fitted)power switchedmain power
ON?supply
double beeps in
220V mainsCheck and rectify
succession
incorrectlyas necessary
connected
a.Electronic controla.   Replace with fuse of
card fuse blownthe correct value
a.Battery voltage lowa.Check the following:
Is the mainSwitch ON the
Buzzer sounds (if fitted)power switchedmain power
triple beeps inON?supply
successionTrickle chargerReplace with
fuse blownfuse of the
correct value
a.   Is the buzzer fitted?a.Fit buzzer
Buzzer does not soundb.Is buzzer jumperb.Fit buzzer jumper
fitted?
at all
c.Buzzer defectivec.Replace electronic
control card
a.Faulty pulse sensora.See page 28/29
Upon activation gate
only moves about 5mm
and then stops

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MAINTENANCE

The GEMINI sliding gate opener system is a maintenance free unit and needs very little attention other than checking the gate track for obstructions (excessive dirt, sand, stones, etc.)

On a 6-monthly basis, it is advisable to remove the protection lid and blow off all accumulated dust and dirt from the unit with low pressure compressed air.

REPLACING THE REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY

  1. Using a small flat screwdriver, remove the rear cover from the remote control unit.
  1. Remove the battery from its holder.
  1. Check that the holder and contact points are clean (signs of corrosion, etc.).
  1. Fit a new battery, noting the position of the (+) and (-) end of the battery. The (-) end of the battery faces towards the spring connection.

REPLACING THE PULSE SENSOR (SEE ILLUSTRATIONS ON PAGE 29)

  1. Remove the protection lid
  1. Remove the red gearbox clip (Figure 10a)
  1. Disconnect the 3-way connector and connect the replacement pulse sensor (obtainable from your nearest GEMINI dealer)
  1. Channel the harness through the clip (Figure 10b)
  1. Insert the gearbox clip to its original position
  1. Re-program the gate opener (See page 20)

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REPLACING THE PULSE SENSOR

Remove the red gearbox clip (Figure 10a)

Figure 10a

Disconnect the 3-way connector and connect the replacement pulse sensor to the harness and channel through its clip. (Figure 10b)

Figure 10b

Insert the gearbox clip to its original position.

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STANDARD GUARANTEE

GEMINI AUTOMATION SYSTEMS supplied by DMI Engineering are warranted against defects in material and faulty workmanship for 24 months from the date of purchase. Industrial DC systems only have a 12 month guarantee.

This warranty applies only to products purchased new from DMI Engineering or its authorised dealers. This warranty does not apply to products which have been subjected to lightning, flood damage or any other freak occurrence of nature, abused, modified or repaired by someone other than DMI Engineering or its authorised dealers.

  1. No batteries are included in the warranty
  1. Electronic components have a 12 month warranty

If a GEMINI automation product proves defective in material or workmanship within the warranty period, please return it to any authorised dealer or DMI Engineering, transportation to and from DMI Engineering prepaid, enclosing your name and address, adequate proof of date of purchase and a short description of the defect. DMI Engineering, at its discretion will repair or replace the defective product free of charge. Repairs or replacements are warranted as described above for the remainder of the original warranty period. DMI Engineering’s sole liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty is limited to repair or replacement of the defective product.

The foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties or condition, written or verbal, expressed or implied all of which are hereby disclaimed. There shall be no liability, for incidental, consequential, or special damages, or any other damages, costs or expenses, excepting only the cost or expense of the replacement or repair.

Use only authorised parts and/or accessories. Any damage or malfunction caused by the use of unauthorised parts is not covered by the warranty.

No warranty is applicable on products not registered with DMI Engineering within the prescribed time and on the correct form.

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WARRANTY REGISTRATION FORM

Name of user………………………………………………………

Date………………………………

Postal address: …………………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………………. Code: …………

Telephone No: ( )……………………………………………………………

Fax No: ( )……………………………………………………………….……

Date of installation…………………………………………………………………

Serial No of Unit……………………………………………………………………

Are you satisfied with the service provided by your dealer / installer: YES / NO Comments:……………………………………………………….…………………

……………………..…………………………………………………………………

Please cut out and
FOR OFFICE USE ONLYforward this Warranty
Date received:…………………………Registration to:
File No:…………………………….……[email protected]
or
The Manufacturer
PO Box 36816
Menlo Park
0102

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