GATE LOGIC CONTROLS
Logic Control
All gate operators wether they be sliding, swing or boom gates etc. require a logic control board to direct opening and closing movements as well as control safety devices and keep a general eye on things operational. Automatic Solutions stock a vast range of replacement logic control boards and will almost certainly have a board to suit your installation type and motor voltage. Call your local branch to enquire.
WHERE TO START?
For a quick reference point use the chart below and click on any logic model for more detail,
LOGICID200
12-24 volt DC control board for single or dual motors. Solar and battery backup ready.
LOGICID100
240 volt AC control board for single sliding gates. Economical and compact.
LOGICCA310
240 volt AC logic control for one or two swing gate motors.
LOGICSEADG240
240 volt AC - Feature rich logic control for single or double swing gates.
LOGICCB6
240 volt AC logic control. Simple and reliable old school style board.
LOGICBENINCA24
24 volt DC feature rich board for single or dual motors. Solar and battery backup ready.
LOGICTAUD749MA
12 volt DC control board for TAU swing gate motors. Single or double
LOGICTAUD760M
240 volt AC logic control for one or two swing gate motors. Good value.
How to choose the correct logic control?
  • The most important thing is to choose the correct motor voltage. If your motor is 12 volts then you need logic control for 12 volt motors. In the same way if your motor is 240 volts AC you need a logic control for 240 volt AC motors.
  • Check that your logic control can control two motors if you have two gates. It is ok to have a two motor controller for one motor but a problem exists if you have two motors and your controller only has capacity for one.
  • Some boards are designed strictly for swing gates or sliding gates or even boom gates. So just check that your board is designed for your gate type.
  • If you wish to use solar power or have battery backup make sure that your control board is compatible.
  • Finally check the list of features satisfies your needs. Lower cost boards do not have all of the bells and whistles which is fine if you dont need these features but if you need a feature rich control board it may cost a little more.
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