Frequently asked questions on the TMT Automatic Gate Opener
Maximum gate length of 5.0mtrs
Single gate can be mounted either top, middle or bottom of gate frame.
Double gates are best mounted to the bottom of your gate frame providing the area is not prone to flooding. Mounting the arms to this section will prevent any bending or twisting of the gates if you are using a ground stop.
Yes - you will be supplied with approximately 12mtrs of cable on the slave arm to run across the driveway
YES - if your gate is swinging from a square post then the standard brackets will be suitable for the installation. If swinging from a round post then you do have optional round post brackets that you can purchase. If swinging from a pillar then your gate cannot be hinged any further than 150mm in from the back face of the pillar.
Yes, up to 5 minutes
Yes, after setting auto close you will then need to assign one of the spare remote buttons for the auto close override. This will allow you to leave your gate in the open position.
Yes, depending on the size post that the gate swings off and the pivot point you set the actuator arm up with. We wouldn't recommend trying to get any further than 110 degrees
Our 40watt panel requires 8 hours of full sun to have the 12v 14ah batteries fully charged. If the batteries go flat, the control board will not come back online until it detects 24volts from the batteries
Yes - The TMT unit will either push or pull open a gate with the actuator mounted on the inside of the property. If your gate is pushing out to the road to open, you will require the TMT push to open bracket.
We do recommend keeping an eye out for insect or bug infestation in the main control box as well as any accessories.
Check that your gate does not drop or become un level over time and that your hinges are greased or in good working condition.
With our standard remotes you could get approximately 30 - 50mtrs taking into account line of sight to the gate and area interference. For a longer distance our long range option MAY get you up to 400mtrs (all dependent on area interference and line of sight)
There are a variety of accessories available for you to setup at your front gate that your visitors can use such as push buttons and keypads.
Yes, you would have to wire the push button back to the main control box.
No, with the TMT unit you have 2 options for setting up. You can either have the gate/s close onto a physcial stop (which is always best) or you can set the limit stops on the actual actuator arms.
Yes, but can be adjusted through the settings for individual delays.