PULSE 500 Series Door Operator

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PULSE 500 Series Door Operator

Installation & Operation

Here’s the updated installation manual for your PULSE door operator. It has all you need to install and set up your operator easily. PULSE 500 Series Installation Manual Cover
Installation Manual


Depending on the PULSE 500 Series operator model you purchased, there are a couple of differences you should be aware of when installing to avoid potential issues.
What type of reversing device came with your door operator?
For PULSE 1000 & Any Weather-Protect (WP) Models A Thru-Beam Photo-Eye A Thru-Beam Photo-Eye
For PULSE 500 & 750 Models Without Weather Protection A Polarized Reflective Photo-Eye A Polarized Reflective Photo-Eye
The photo-eye is connected into Terminal 1 of the "Reversing Devices" input on the Control Panel. Once the Close button is activated, the operator verifies that the Photo-Eye is connected and functional, and it continues to monitor the sensor as the door closes.
For details on how to correctly install the included reversing device, please refer to the installation manual.

Features & Specs

To learn more about the features and specifications of your PULSE door operator, check the brochure or visit the product page. PULSE 500 Series Brochure Cover


Should you encounter challenges during the installation or operation of your PULSE 500 Series door operator, we have put together a comprehensive set of troubleshooting articles , designed to assist you in efficiently diagnosing and resolving these issues.

Help Articles

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