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Roller Shutter 2 with gates




I read in the Roller Shutter 2 manual that it can be used to automate gates 'allows for controlling motors ...  gates and others, which are single
phase AC powered'

My questions are:

Which automated gate devices is the FGRM-222 designed to work with?

Has anyboby used the FGRM-222 for gate automation?

How is the installation arranged to be compliant with the UK safety regulations for gates (e.g. trapped person sensing)?

Is it simpler to install a gate automation kit and then automate the user switches with a  Double Relay FGS-222 or a Double Switch FGS-223 rather than automatic the motor control?


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i have a single relay fgs 212 connected to my gate. or i should say to my building gate from inside our home.  I spent a lot of time figuring out that my gate opened via a dry connection. the fgs-212 allows for that. you can set the parameters to allow for "simulated" press of 5 seconds.  i dont think roller shutter is a good idea, because its not as customizable as the single relay. 


@LeeC77 i used this file with directions.  its a word doc along with drections and diagrams

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heres the link to the original site, but its in french 

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