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Garador introduces wireless optical sensor for GaraGlide

  • 17 May 2021

Garador’s new electrically operated roller garage door, the GaraGlide, is now available with a wireless optical sensor as an option. You can therefore now choose between a wired or wireless optical sensor for this roller door.

The wireless optical sensor is built into the floor seal and utilises light beam technology. So, if there is an obstruction in the way of the door curtain’s downward path, when the light beam is broken, the door curtain will stop.

 

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The new wireless optical sensor means there is no spiral cable required to connect the safety edge to the separate control panel housing. Batteries are required for this new device. This new feature provides the same reliable level of protection as the wired version and recognises when there is an obstacle in the door’s path.

The GaraGlide is powered by a tubular drive motor. It is supplied with two remote hand transmitters as standard, with either a standard (433 MHz) or bisecur (868 MHz) hand transmitter design.

It has been designed so that it is quick to fit and easy to transport to site; the entire garage door fits neatly into just two double-wall cardboard boxes. Choose from 16 colours and two timber-effect finishes.

Find out more about Garador’s new GaraGlide roller door by visiting www.garador.co.uk

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