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iMotion 2302


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Area of application

• Automatic sliding doors with dynamic movement characteristics for pedestrian passageways

• Internal and external doors, including in noise-sensitive areas

• Linear doors with 1 or 2 sliding leaves, with or without lateral parts

• Telescope doors for narrow passageways

• Air locks or porches

• Rescue and escape routes

• High user frequency

Functionality
• 6 operating modes (automatic, reduced opening width, exit, permanently open, off,
manual operation)

• Adjustable opening and closing speeds

• Adjustable hold-open times

• Time or step control

• 8 programmable inputs, of which 4 testable inputs for safety features, can be  extended in modules

• 3 programmable outputs, can be extended in modules

• Interfaces LIN, RS232

Safety features

• Connection facilities for sensors

• Monitored adjustable power limitation

• Adjustable sensitivity when reversing

• Adjustable for low-energy

Technology

• Electro-mechanical sliding door drive

• Gearless AC synchronous motor, silent, effcient, durable

• Modular, programmable iMotion control with comprehensive monitoring and diagnostic functions, performance level D

Accessories
• Electro-mechanical lock

• Key switch

• Mechanical emergency opening

• Battery module for emergency operation

• Supplementary retaining brake

• Speed control when unpowered

• In- / output modules

• Network module

• Auxiliary kit 2302.R for electro-mechanical

emergency opening in escape routes

Dimensions

• Standard: installation height 150 mm, depth 166 mm

• Telescope: installation height 150 mm, depth 247 mm

Door data

• Door opening widths standard: 700 – 3000 mm telescope, double-leaf: 800 – 3000mm telescope, four leaves: 1600 – 3800 mm

• Door leaf weight max. single-leaf: 1 × 200 kg / 1 × 150 kg (RER)1) double-leaf: 2 × 180 kg / 2 × 130 kg (RER)1) telescope, double-leaf: 2 × 120 kg telescope, four leaves: × 100 kg

Mains connection

• 230 VAC 50/60 Hz

Power consumption

• 8…190 W


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