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  Program 8
   
 

ULEHEOB - Understanding Low Energy and High Energy Automatic Operators

DHI CEP Program #10-1109

   
       
 
     
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Part 1 - Low vs. High Energy

Part 2 - Selection Process

Part 3 - Low Energy


 

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Correct Answers

Correct answers shown in red.

  1. The principle differences between the two power operators are:
    Opening speed.
    Force.
    Safety device requirements.
    All of the above.


  2. Low energy operators perform in barrior-free environments, operate slowly with minimal force and do not require safety devices.
    True.
    False.

  3. These devices operate quickly and continuously in all pedestrian environments and require safety devices.
    High energy.
    Low energy.

  4. Low energy devices should require nor more than ________ to stop door movement.
    15 lbf.
    45 lbf.
    5 lbf.

  5. Several benefits of this device include easy installation, reduced maintanance and suitability for both new and existing installations.
    Low energy.
    High energy
    .


 

   
       
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