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Residential Power Door Opener System

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  •  At the touch of a button, the Open Sesame Door system gives you complete independence.

    It is simply operated with a wheelchair mounted remote control or by a variety of compatible remote controls.

     

    The Open Sesame Residential System:

    - Release and opens a locked or unlocked door

    - Pauses for entrance or exit

    - Closes automatically

    - And returning the door to its locked position

     

    It is simply operated with a wheelchair mounted remote control or by a variety of compatible remote controls. 

    If you need the door to stay open a little longer, simply push the remote control again.

    This feature will allow the door to stay open as long as you need.

    Then conveniently close the door with one more push of the remote.

     

    The Open Sesame Residential System Includes: 

    The Open Sesame Door Operator  

    Includes Battery Backup and Radio Receiver

    Opens and closes the door. 

    Electric Strike Plate

    Releases the door’s latch.

    Plug in Wall Transformer 

    With 30 feet of cord 

    Mounting Hardware and Screws

    One Remote Control included in system

     

    Satisfaction Guaranteed

    The Open Sesame Door system has been designed to last a lifetime. It is covered by an unprecedented 90-day Satisfaction Guarantee and a 5-year Limited Warranty.

    The system's components are constructed from high-quality metal parts and ultra reliable motors.

    For further details covering the warranty please see the Owner’s Manual Here.

     

    Hand Assembled 

    Open Sesame door operators are assembled by hand by an individual craftsman.

    After it has been assembled, your door opener is inspected and thoroughly tested as a complete working system.

    You truly do get what you pay for with Open Sesame! 

     

    Top Quality System

    The Open Sesame is a highly reliable, complete system, constructed in the U.S.A. Open Sesame utilizes the highest quality materials:

    Permanently lubricated steel gears

    Steel Housing

    Commercial grade door release hardware.

    And, unlike other flimsier units, Open Sesame does not use plastic parts that can easily break after a few months of use.

     

    Battery Back- Up Standard

    Feel secure with the Open Sesame Door System and its built-in battery backup!

    During a power outage, you will have full power and use of your door for several hours, allowing you to get in and out of your home when you need it most.

    Other automatic door packages include this safety feature as an expensive addition or not at all.

     

    Power or Manual Operation

    The Open Sesame Door System offers unique conveniences in operation. You can control the door with a remote control device or operate the door manually.

    Unlike other door opening systems, there is no clicking, resistance, and/or friction.

    The door will move freely and can be left open or ajar for ventilation, repeated passage, or pets.

     

    Security

    The open Sesame Door open functions by a door release mechanism installed in the door’s frame.

    The mechanism, an “electric strike plate”, is typically used in apartment buildings where an intercom system is used. The intercom system can unlock the door remotely and also be unlocked by using existing keys. 

     

    Remote Control Standard 

    Every Open Sesame Door System features a remote control that can either be hand held or mounted on a wheelchair.

    The high-powered remote device can activate the door from anywhere in the home (range 100’ - 30’ depending on certain kinds of wall construction). The remote control can be activated with the palm, fingers, the side of the hand and more.

     

    Optional Controls 

    The system offers remote controls that can be interconnected to specialty switches and wheelchair controls.

    The system can be customized with a wide range of activation devices such as wall push pads, X-10 home control systems and other environmental controls. Please contact Live Oak for further consultation to find a way to accommodate any range of disability.

     

    Attractive Design 

    The Open Sesame Door System is an unobtrusive, attractive, and designed specifically for the needs of the home environment. The operator is available in a standard silver finish.The are also four standard colors to choose from at no additional cost.

    The Open Sesame Door Opener is the only product in the market that meets an architectural appearance standard.

     

    Keyless Entry Pad Available 

    One of the more popular options for the Open Sesame Door System is the keyless entry pad.

    The keyless entry pad is a wireless device easily installed onto the outside of the door.

    Keypads are typically used by care providers allowing for quick access to the residence without dispensing keys. The keypad’s 4 - digit combination can easily be changed at a moments notice. (Available separately above).

     

    Works on any door 

    The Open Sesame Door System’s operator is engineered for the rigorous demands of external doors, and is adaptable to a variety of door arrangements.

    The system can be configured to work with left or right handed hinged doors. It can also be arranged to work with an inward or outward opening door. With the system’s versatility, you can easily take the Open Sesame Door System with you if you need to relocate.

    Only minor adjustments may be necessary. This investment in your mobility will not be lost in your move!

     

    Use existing electrical outlets 

    The Open Sesame Door System is battery powered. This contributes to the ease of installation and reinstallation. The included plug-in wall transformer and low voltage wiring kit constantly charge the system’s internal battery. This eliminates the need for installation of expensive electrical outlets or unsightly extension cords.

     

    Installation 

    We recommend that the Open Sesame Door System is installed by one of our participating dealers.

    When not available in your area, we will be happy to locate and assist a qualified installer such as a locksmith, security access company or competent handyman.

    Conforms to UL325 Standards for Door Operators 

    It is strongly recommended that you continue to carry keys to your home in the event of an unexpected failure in some part of the Open Sesame Door System .

  • Keychain Transmitter 

    Keychain Transmitter Remot

     

    The Keychain transmitter is for use by those with full use of the hand.

    The transmitter's slightly recessed activation button allows for storage in your purse or chair's side pouch.

    Dimensions: 2.5" x 1.375" x .5"

     

    Standard Transmitter 

    Standard Transmitter Remote

     

    The standard transmitter can be mounted on a wheelchair's armrest or side panel

    Dimensions: 3.25" x 1.25" x .5" 

     

    2 Button Transmitter

    2 Button Transmitter

     

    The 2 buttons transmitter can be used with two doors, one button assigned either door.

    Dimensions: 3.25" x 1.25" x .5"

     

    4 Button Transmitter 

     4 Button Transmitter Remote

     

    The 4 button transmitter is used when 4 buttons are required

    Dimensions: 3.25" 1.25" x .5"

     

    E.C.U. Transmitter 

     E.C.U. Transmitter

     

    The E.C.U. Transmitter includes a 1/8" mini-phone jack on its side.

    It also features a 1/8" mini phone plug with 30 " of cable.

    This kit can be used to allow activation by the E.C.UU. and custom switches.

    Momentary contact closure is required for activation.

    Dimensions: 3.25" x 1.25" x .5"

     

    Wireless Wall Touch Pad 

     Wireless Wall Touch Pad

     

    The wireless wall touch pad can be mounted on a wall and can be used in the residential environment .

    The touch pad can be mounted on a wall next to a bed to allow others to enter a residence.

    Dimensions: 3.5" x 2.375" x 1"

  • Instructions

    Door Operator Model 133 Specifications 

    Lintel Mounting Guide

    Arm Mounting Position Guide

    Remote Control Programming Instructions

    Installation Wiring Diagram With Details 

    Installation Wiring Diagram 

    Electric Strike Plate Specifications

    Open Sesame Owners Manual

    Open Sesame Brochure

     

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Q: Will people that don't have a remote control be able to operate the door?

    A: Yes, the door operates normally when manually used. 

    Q: Will the system (home access system) release a locked door?

    A: Yes, the electric strike plate releases the door latch, allowing you to automatically open the door while it is locked.

    Q: Will I be stuck in or out if the power goes out?

    A: No. The Open Sesame door operator has an internal 12vdc lead acid battery, that will operate the unit for a day under loss of power. The battery is kept constantly charged while the power is on.

    Q: Do I need a contractor to do the wiring?

    A: No. The Open Sesame is a low voltage device. A 24vac transformer plugs into the wall to keep the internal battery charged. It can be installed easily and safely by anyone with handyman skills.

    Q: Do I need an electrical outlet close to the door?

    A: We include 30 feet of cable with the system, which should be long enough to reach your nearest outlet.

    Q: I understand the Open Sesame systems use batteries. Do they need to be changed frequently?

    A: The door operator contains a 12v, 1.2 Ampere-hour lead acid battery. This is what actually runs the system. Is a type sometimes used in alarm systems. It should last at least 3 years. The remote control batteries are alkaline type that can be found at radio shack, or a drug store camera department. They should last around a year.

    Q: Do I need a new door?

    A: Usually no. Open Sesame will work with most doors. The important point is that the door must be neutral in it's movement - aligned and hung properly, and not warped. In addition, there must be no rubbing or binding of the door in the frame when closing.

    Q: Do I need a new lockset?

    A: No, you can use your existing lockset and keys. But we recommend that you have the type of lockset with an inside handle that can be turned while the door is locked. This will prevent the door from accidentally being left unlocked when someone manually opens the door to leave. Also, it is better to have a door latch with no half-round security pin.

    Q: Will the strike plate compromise the security of my door and lock?

    A: The electric strike supplied is a high quality, commercial grade strike. It is very safe and secure, and is rated at 2400 pounds static strength.

    Q: How long does it take to install a system (home access system)?

    A: About 2 hours.

    Q: What do I have to do if I have a storm or security door?

    A: The unit can be used on a storm or security door. Contact us to talk about your specific application.

    Q: What is the range of the remote controls?

    A: The remote controls are manufactured by a big name company that manufactures garage door openers - Liftmaster. The range is typically 100', but in some cases can be reduced to 30' with certain kinds of wall construction.

    Q: If I give my attendant a combination to open my door (referring to use of the 4-digit code keyless entry pad), is it a big job to change the combination?

    A: No, changing the code is easy and takes just seconds.

    Q: How long does the door stay open after opening to allow me to pass through?

    A: The delay time after opening is user adjustable from 5-50 seconds.

    Q: Can I leave the door open?

    A: Yes, after activating the door operator by pushing the remote control button once, simply push the button again to stop the door at the desired angle. It will stay there (although it is free to move) until the button is pushed a third time, which closes the door. 

    Q: What happens if the door closes while someone is in the way?

    A: When the door hits an obstruction while opening or closing, it will pause for several seconds (the same time period as the door hold open time), then try again to close. It will repeat this action until the obstruction is removed.

    Q: What is the difference between a home access system and a public access/light commercial* system?

    A: The door operators in these two systems operate identically when triggered by remote control. The difference is in manual operation. In home access, the door is free swinging when manually opened. With a public access/light commercial* system, the door acts like it has a door closer on it when it is manually opened. This is similar in action to what might be found in commercial restroom doors. The door resists opening slightly, and when the door is released, it closes behind you automatically.

     

    Battery 

    Door Operator Battery

    The Battery is a 12 V lead-acid gel cell with 1.2 ampihr capacity.

    Typical lifespan of 3 - 4 years

    Dimensions: 2.1" H x 1.7" W x 3.8" L 

     

    Remote Control Battery

    When the battery in the remote control becomes low, the range of the remote control is reduced

    Requires 2 batteries:

    1. Small Cylindrical 12 V Battery 23A

    2. 3 V Lithium coin-shaped battery, series 2032.

    Both theses batteries should be available at your local electronics store

     

    Important Note: 

    Some doors have proprietary 3-point locking systems, with upper and lower latches (or pins) as well as a latch on the door’s side. The upper and lower pins need to removed or retracted. The latch on the side of the door needs to be a standard cylindrical door latch in order to allow automatic release by an electric strike plate. Also, slightly modified mounting positions of both the door operator and arm in order to create greater forces needed to open and close the door through the tight weather seals.



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