Open Sesame Automatic Door Systems

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Open Sesame Automatic Door Systems

Open Sesame Automatic Door OpenerAt the touch of a button, the Open Sesame automatic door opener gives complete independence to enter and exit a residential or public / light commercial door (which can be for an elevator or lift or a gate).

This professional grade system unlatches a closed door, then opens, pauses and closes it – all automatically. Note: it does not lock or unlock your door hardware. The system can be operated by a variety of wheelchair mounted remote controls, wall push pads and other specialty controls customized to accommodate almost any physical disability.

Most installations take less than 2 hours – far less time and labor than most other door openers. Plus there’s no need to hire an electrician, since the Open Sesame door opener is a safe low voltage device. Just plug in the 24 volt AC adapter to the nearest (within 30 ft) wall outlet, plug in the door opener to the small wall mounted junction box, and you’re set.

The Residential Bundled Package
This package will release and open a locked or unlocked door, pause for entrance or exit, and then return the door to its closed position. If you would like to extend the time the door is open, you can do so by pushing the remote control again. The door will stay open as long as you like. To close the door, simply push the remote once again. The door remains free-swinging for manual use.

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