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Fadini Nyota 115 evo 230Vac single-phase motor for sliding gate up to 1200Kg

Fadini Nyota 115 evo 230Vac single-phase motor for sliding gate up to 1200Kg

This system is recommended for single residential properties and light commercial use. The Nyota 115 requires a single phase supply, is self-locking through its geared motor and is equipped with a safety function through the adjustable clutch system.

Powerful and stylish - the gear coupling is made of bronze and steel in an oil bath, mounted on ball bearings to improve the quality and reliability of the motor. Electric motors available with various power ratings.Reliable - very robust aluminium gearbox and cover to protect from corrosion. The manual release can be overridden by the lever and coded key.

Safe - with encoder option installed to monitor the correct functioning of the gate, possible obstacles are detected and gate travel reversed. Electronic brake with gate slowdown in opening and closing.

Versatile - a complete range of models is available. Suitable for residential and industrial applications. Electronic control board either incorporated inside NYOTA 115 EVO or outside in a separate, weather-proof, polycarbonate box. Gate travel is easily programmable. Master/slave function made available for bi-parting sliding gates.

The operator can be disengaged in an emergency or power failure situation. The on-board control unit provides the inputs/outputs required to integrate with access control and safety equipment. The housing incorporates a safety switch that cuts off the supply voltage when the lid is removed.

**each operator comes complete with fixing a base plate, mechanical limit switch and a pair of limit switch plates and 2 release coded keys.


Technical
IP Rating55
Max Gate Weight1200Kg
Max Speed1.38rpm
Motor Voltage230Vac
Work CycleIntensive

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