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Linear MJ 5011 Medium Duty 1/2 HP Jackshaft Commercial Door Operator

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Product Description

The Wayne Dalton MJ5011 commercial garage door operator is available right here at North Shore Commercial Door. We carry the MJ5011E priced to sell, with add-ons like safety beams and remote radio controls included only if you want them. This 1/2 HP, 115-volt medium-duty jackshaft commercial door operator works with vertical and high lift sectional doors. For more information about the Wayne Dalton MJ5011, use our "Questions" app below.

Safety beams and remote radio controls are optional

Control circuit featuring solid-state conductors

All-steel frame

Can accept most types of reversing devices

Solenoid brake standard

Protects against motor overload in high-performance situations

Limit switches feature adjustable settings and internal location

1/2 HP, rigid-base, permanent-split capacitor motor

Three-button, 24-Volt control circuit station

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QUESTION: how large of a door will this open? i have three doors and they are approximately 25' X 18' tall by Gerald C 8/4/2016
QUESTION: Could you provide the measurements of this item, length, width and height? by None N 9/5/2015
STAFF ANSWER: please give us a call so we can help you better. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: which direction does the jack shaft turn? by WAYNE W 6/28/2015
ANSWER: Does not matter, it depends weather your going up or down with your door, adjusting the stop points is tricky but not hard to do, hope this helps by Oliver C a
REPLY: One more question. Does the 1 inch coupling, to connect shafts together, come with the lift? by WAYNE W r
REPLY: I don't think so . I connected mine via the chain and sprocket. There should be two sprockets with the kit large to go on the door and small goes on the opener. This will deliver more tork than just going shaft to shaft. by Oliver C r
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