A sliding door operator reopens the door if it closes into an obstacle. However, most operators use sensors to prevent the door from ever coming into contact with a user in the first place.
The simplest sensor is a light beam across the opening. An obstacle in the path of the closing door breaks the beam, indicating its presence. Infrared safety sensors are also commonly used
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- No. of Infra-Red Beam: 96
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- No. of Infra-Red Beam: 46
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