Automatically Operated Door System (AOD EasyKit)

Available with Advantex 10/40 Rim, 30 Mortise, 20/21/50/51 Surface Vertical Rod Devices and 60/61/62/63/70/71/80/81/82/83 Concealed Vertical Rod Exit Devices

The AOD EasyKits provide a pre-wired Automatic Operated Door system. Ideal ADA access at healthcare facilities, assisted living homes, main public entrances, places of worship, convention centers, sports arenas and any location requiring low energy, automatic operated doors with an exit device. The AOD EasyKit includes the Advantex Latch Retraction exit device, and the AO19 low energy door operator, with a built-in, pre-wired power supply

  • Automatic operator is pre-wired with the latch retraction power supply, making installation fast and easy
  • Best-in-class components provide years of trouble-free operation
  • All hardware items, plus riser and wiring diagrams provided with one easy-to-order, easy-to-specify part number
Features include:
  • AO19 includes adjustable time delay, push-and-go reverse on obstruction and sequencing for vestibule doors
  • Heavy-duty angled end cap deflects damage away from exit device
  • Easily add access control options with or without a tailgate detection option

AODx10ER ........................................................ $7,256 List Price
AODx10EEER ................................................... $



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Tech Tip     

With an operator, a trade-off must often be made between aesthetics and proper functioning of the unit. First, the operator should be properly sized for the door opening it will control, as installation and operation will be affected if the spindle and the arm-to-door connection are improperly located. A 39.5" operator, justified to the hinge side, will generally work satisfactorily on a door that is larger or smaller than 36".

Also, there is a proximity relationship that must be observed between the Operator Pivot Point (OPP) and the Door Pivot Point (DPP), which is usually (but not always) the hinge. Positioning a PUSH operator so that the OPP is not more than 1" either left or right of the DPP will ensure proper operation, although the installation may not be aesthetically pleasing. With a PULL operator, it is much more important that the OPP is located as shown.

For installations where the DPP is something other than a butt hinge (offset/center hung pivots, for example), other adjustments will probably be required.

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April 17-20, 2016
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