MFZ electric operator STA (three-phase)

As the market leader in its segment, this sophisticated system delivers powerful, safe and reliable automation solutions for industrial sectional doors. A specialised mechanical gear has been developed to obtain high performance capability in a small case. This door opener features a very compact design with a thin case. Moreover, there's no need to worry about the frequency of opening, as it is designed to open and close up to 20 times per hour.

  • Power supply – 400 V (three-phase), 3.6/2.2 A
  • Power consumption – 370/550 W
  • Opening/closing frequency — 20 times per hour
  • Emergency opening equipment in case of power outage
  • Protection rating – IP65

MFZ electric operator STA (single-phase)

For use up to 8 times per hour with 230 V single-phase connection.

  • Power supply – 230 V (single-phase), 3.6 A

  • Power consumption – 370 W

  • Opening/closing frequency — 8 times per hour

  • Emergency opening equipment in case of power outage

  • Protection rating – IP65

MFZ electric operator STA FU (single-phase, integrated frequency converter)

This is an electric operator with an integrated frequency converter designed for a 230 V single-phase power connection. The integrated frequency converter also functions as a phase converter, making it possible to switch to three-phase power when more power is needed than can be provided by a regular single-phase motor. Thanks to the frequency converter, CS310 next-generation control unit and SOFT-RUN function, the gate speed can be reduced at start and end, ensuring gentler gate operation.

This electric operator is recommended for applications requiring faster gate opening time and where three-phase power supply is unavailable or unreasonably expensive.

It is suitable for a gate usage frequency of  6 – 20 times per hour.

  • Power supply – 230 V (single-phase), 3.5 A

  • Power consumption – 550 W

  • Opening/closing frequency — 20 times per hour

  • Emergency opening equipment in case of power outage

  • Protection rating – IP65

Types of electric operator control

  • Pushing the button and holding it down (dead-man) while the gate is opening. This is the most cost-effective solution, however no additional equipment can be added to this type of control.
  • Pushing a button and releasing it (impulse) causes the gate to open or close on its own. In this case, the gate is equipped with safety sensors to ensure safe opening and closing, and can also be controlled with a remote control or other control equipment.

Automated control options in impulse type systems

Remote control

  • Two-way next generation remote control with a status indicator visually showing whether the door is closed/open or moving upwards/downwards.
  • The traditional control, in which case up to 4 functions can be set up in the remote control allowing control not only of the gate, but also illumination etc. Multifunctional remote controls are also available offering up to 999 operations.

 


Code control – to control the gate by entering a PIN code.

 

 

 


 

Fingerprint reader – to control the gate by swiping a finger across a reader surface. For up to 20 users.

 

 

 


Card and tag reader – to control the gate with a card or tag, by swiping it across a reader surface.

 

 


Induction loop – gate opens in response to driving over a loop embedded in the ground.

 

 

 

 


 

Key control – to control the gate by turning a key.

 

 

 

 


 

Radar – opens the gate in response to motion in front of the gate. The sensor is sensitive and can discern whether a fork-lift truck is driving towards the gate or merely passing by. As such, the gate only opens if a fork-lift is driving toward it but does not react if the fork-lift is only passing by. Moreover, the distance at which the gate opens can be adjusted.


String control – to open the gate by pulling on a string. There is a string in front of the gate, which when pulled causes the gate to open.