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|Rated current (A)：||6,10,16,20,25,32,40|
|Rated operational voltage(V):||230|
|Rated residual operating current:A/AC:||30|
|Breaking Time ms :||I△=I△n||≤100|
|Mechanical and electrical life:||10000|
|Conventional non-tripping current:||t≤1h|
|Conventional tripping current:||t≤1h|
|Instantaneous tripping types:||C|
|Instantaneous non-tripping current:||5In|
|Instantaneous tripping current:||10In|
This video from Sears PartsDirect shows how to replace safety sensors on a garage door opener. Safety sensors prevent the garage door from closing on a person or object. One sensor sends an infrared beam while the other sensor receives it. If an object breaks the beam, the closing garage door reverses direction. When a safety sensor fails, the remote won’t work and the lights on the motor unit blink when you press the remote. To test the sensors, connect them directly to the motor unit with short wires. Hold the eyes close together, facing each other. If the remote doesn’t work and the lights on the motor unit blink when you press the remote, replace the sensors using the steps in this video.
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Safety sensors prevent the garage door from closing on a person or object. One sensor sends an infrared beam while the other sensor receives it. If an object breaks the beam, the closing garage door reverses direction. When a safety sensor fails, the remote won’t work and the lights on the motor unit blink when you press the remote. Replace the sensors using the steps in this video. Wear work gloves to protect your hands. Now, let’s get started. Unplug the garage door opener. Or, turn off the house circuit breaker for the garage door opener. Remove the wing nut from the safety sensor. Pull the sensor from the bracket. Cut the wires about an inch from the safety sensor, leaving enough slack in the control wire to connect the new sensor. Separate the control wires on the new sensor. Connect the black-striped control wire to the black-striped safety sensor wire using the crimp wire nut. Connect the solid white wires in the same way. Slide the safety sensor into its bracket and secure it with the wire nut. Repeat the process for the other safety sensor. Plug in the garage door opener. Or, turn on the house circuit breaker. Align the safety sensors so the green indicator light on the receiving sensor glows steadily. Place a box or similar object between the safety sensors to block the sensing beam. Attempt to close the garage door using a remote. The door should stay open and the motor unit lights should blink. If the garage door opener closes the door with the safety sensors blocked, replace the logic board. Here is a link to our logic board replacement video.
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