EMX NIR Gate and Garage Door Opener Retro-Reflective Photoeye

EMX NIR Gate and Garage Door Opener Retro-Reflective Photoeye
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EMX NIR Gate and Garage Door Opener Retro-Reflective Photoeye
EMX NIR Gate and Garage Door Opener Retro-Reflective Photoeye
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The EMX NIR Gate and Garage Door Opener Retro-Reflective Photo eye available at North Shore Commercial Door is ideal for use as a reversing sensor with a water-tight design that enables it to be installed outdoors. Parking barriers, gates and commercial doors that open overhead are suited for use with the NIR Gate and Garage Door Opener Retro-Reflective Photo Eye. Voltage on this product is flexible enough that the range goes from 12 volts AC/DC to 240 volts AC. The photo eye operates in a range out to 30 feet, has two LED indicators and an allowance for sensitivity adjustment. Installation is easy with the included bracket and mounting hardware. It also includes a 6-foot cord. This item will turn on a sidewalk light if it senses a person cutting the beam. The NIR Retro-Reflective Photo Eye ships free the next business day after you place your order.
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COMMENT: replacing current one that stopped working by H C 9/5/2017
COMMENT: replacement by Gayle B 6/22/2017
QUESTION: How to wire sensors? by None N 10/5/2017
QUESTION: will this work with a liftmaster MH5011 Commercial operator?? by Juana R 12/29/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Yes it will by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I ordered one of these a while ago, and the reflector was included. If I buy this will everything be included? by None N 9/20/2015
STAFF ANSWER: yes by Matthew O a
QUESTION: how do I adjust the sensitivity ? I 've had my photo eye about 6 years and it has became so sensitive I cant keep it adjusted<br />Thank You by Steve C 7/14/2015
ANSWER: I adjust it and it is so sensitive that it doesn't stay. I've replaced reflector. by Steve C a
ANSWER: Well since you mentioned that this unit is about six years old I think that it might be a slight misalignment . Please check the alignment first. by Debisaran M a