Induction of door workflow and precautions

- Dec 03, 2018-

The sensing door itself is equipped with an inductive probe capable of emitting an infrared signal or a microwave signal, and when such a signal is reflected by an approaching object, automatic opening and closing is achieved.


When the inductive detector detects that someone enters, the inductive detector will collect the signal and generate a pulse signal. Then the pulse signal is transmitted to the main controller. After the main controller judges, it notifies the motor to run, and monitors the motor rotation number to notify the motor that it is certain. Time to force and enter slow running. After the motor gets a certain running current, it will run forward, and the power will be transmitted to the timing belt. Then the synchronous belt will transmit the power to the spreader system to open the door leaf. After the door is opened, the controller will make a judgment. If the door is closed, the motor will be notified. Move to the door and close the door leaf.


Clean the oil and dust inside the chassis. Check the wear of the parts of the automatic sensing door. The rails and pulleys cannot be oiled. Check the deviation of the automatic door and the tightness of the screws. Check the tightness of the belt. Check the controller output to the motor, the width and speed of the door. Checking whether the voltage parameters are properly repaired or not, and the replacement of the damaged parts should also pay attention to the regular maintenance and maintenance of the automatic door. Due to the influence of the installation quality and the use environment, the automatic door will inevitably have problems during use. If the long-term lack of maintenance, the hidden dangers and glitch of the automatic door will not be dealt with in time, it will turn from a small fault to a big fault, which may eventually lead to the failure of the automatic door, and the frameless automatic sensing door company requires after construction. Party A should try to put a mark on the door during use to prevent people from accidentally touching and causing personal injury.