ALEKO AC1400 Electric Sliding Gate Opener for Sliding Gates Up to 40-Feet Long and 1400-Pounds
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- Supports gates up to 1400 lb or 50 Ft long
- Comes with 20 Ft Chain and 120V AC 3/4 HP motor
- Two remotes included (located under the cover). Supports up to 100 remotes in total,The remotes are located under the blue cover, take the blue cover off and you will discover the remotes in there, there will be 2 remotes.
- Will stop and reverse if encounters an obstruction
- Easy to install and operate.
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The AC1400 model is an AC-powered addition to the ALEKO family of slide gate operators. Designed with a 120V AC 3/4 HP equivalent motor, this chain-drive sliding gate opener provides exceptional starting torque and continuous operation, making it ideal for most applications. Constructed with an aluminum alloy chassis, it's corrosion resistant and light enough for one person to carry and install. The heavy-duty motor supports gates weighing up to 1400 pounds, and up to 50 feet in length. Comes with high base, 20 feet chain and chain mounting hardware.
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As mentioned elsewhere, the instructions are vague, and the biggest hurtle to that is the positioning of the magnets. I found a Youtube that explained when open, that magnet should sit horizontally on the lower end of sensor--note that sensor is approx the size of both magnets stacked. And then when closed, that magnet lands on upper end of sensor.
Still haven't figured out adjusting chain length though. I used a grinder and punch to get the correct length, but cannot get the (provided) link lock to secure as it's supposed to.
What had stopped me from doing this much sooner was a search for an opener had led me to an industry standard, Mighty Mule, which for my application was going to be around a grand! As far as I can tell, this far less expensive system is probably just as robust and reliable for a private home that is generally used only a few times a day.
I like the magnet sensor limit switches. My old $2000 gate opener had a complicated set of screws and cams that were very difficult to adjust, and ultimately failed, destroying the motor. I also like the manual release feature, and solved the key storage problem with a magnet stuck up under the opener. My only gripe is with the lack of compatibility of the remotes with my other garage door remote and in-car remote system. I do not like having a little key-fob hanging around in the car.