Senior Swing closing

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The Senior Swing has a built in circuit that controls closing speed through the motor. If the door is slamming, there must be a broken gear in the gearbox and the gearbox will need to be replaced.
The 8310-877 Bodyguard Safety Sensor attaches (plugs in) to the P1 connector on the Senior Swing controller. The 8310-846 (761462-00) wiring harness "included" with the 8310-877 safety sensor is us...
The 4600 is designed for an opening with (MOSTLY) manual traffic, and the (OCCASIONAL) automatic activation. The Senior Swing is designed for an opening with (MOSTLY) automatic activation, and (OC...
An electric strike or maglock (24 volt only) can be wired to a Senior Swing 2800/9500 series operator using the P10 Lock Interface cable. To power the 24VDC electric strike or maglo...
The 9542, 9553, 9563 surface mounted Senior Swing with a regular arm, mounted on the push side of the door, can handle a reveal from 1 1/8" up to 10". The 9542, 9553, 9563 surface mounted Senior S...
To convert a 9530 to an 9540 you need to purchase the 9540-3077 REG push arm assembly for reveals up to 10” or 9540-3077L long arm for reveals from 10” to 20”. To con...
The older model Senior Swing came with 2 spring options. The "standard force" spring required 15 lbs of manual  opening force, and reduced force "RF" required 11 lbs of manual opening force.  All S...
First, turn off the power to the Senior Swing. If the door closes, check controller for a constant activation signal from an activation device. If door continues to hang up and will not close...