Double Width Garage Door Opener - Foresee F370 Primo
At last, an even heavier duty version of our popular Foresee F700 garage door opener! - This unit also has a 3 year warranty on mechanical parts, and 2 years warranty on the radio equipment!
This model features an uprated motor offering a massive 1100N of torque, making this garage door opener the perfect option for heavy duty single width garage doors and double width garage doors.
Using a 2-part chain drive mechanism, this kit comes with 3M of rail to allow for the correct mounting distance from the door.
Along with the garage opener itself, this kit includes 1 x FR36 2-button remote control, 1 x FR46 4-button remote control and 1 x FR11 wall mounted remote control for internal use within the garage.
The Primo F370 opener has real green credentials. In standby use, the opener uses just 1W of power. As far as we know this is the lowest power consumption of any garage door opener available in the UK. It also has an LED courtesy light, meaning you won't have to change the bulb and this also keeps the heat and power consumption low.
The Foresee range of garage door openers are easy to install for a competent DIYer and can be used with the following garage door types:
Which types of Garage door will this opener work with?
Horizontal Tracked Doors The door guides run horizontally into the garage from the top corners of the door. There are counter balance springs on arms each side of the door. These doors are suitable to automate with all Foresee door openers.
Vertical Tracked Doors (Canopy doors)
Characterised by vertical guides fixed to the door frame sides. The counter balancing is usually by a torsion spring fixed to the top of the door frame. You will need a Canopy Bow Arm Conversion kit for this. Click here for our Forematic bow arm adapter which can be ordered with the F370 (and also has free shipping)
Sectional doors have a curved track with vertical and horizontal sections. A counter balancing torsion spring is mounted on the top of the door frame, lifting the door by cables from it's bottom corners. All Foresee openers are suitable for these doors.
Once you have used the guide above to confirm your garage door type is suitable for automation, check your garage door dimensions. The F370 opener is rated for canopy doors of no more than 10 square metres area, and a height of 2.24 metres. For sectional and retractable up & over doors, the area can be larger (wider doors) - up to 18 square metres but the height must still be under 2.24 metres.
The motor has a traction force of 1100N which is more than adequate for a double width garage door. Any door to be automated should first be brought into good working order. An opener should not be fitted because the door has become stiff or out of balance.
- 3 year warranty on Mechanics, Motor and Motor Control Systems. 2 year warranty on radio equipment
- 1100n pulling force - up to 10m2 - more power for larger or canopy type doors
- Opening speed of 11 cm / second
- LED programming screen
- Low noise soft start / slow stop
- Emergency release in event of power failure
- Self-locking clutch ensuring the door remains secure during a power failure
- Courtesy LED Light (timed) and door alarm function
Voltage: 230v, 50Hz
Operating force: 1100N
Motor power: 150W
Standby power: <1W
Operating temperature: -20 to +40 degrees Celcius
Garages providing passage through a house can be a weak point in your home security. You are advise to fit security dead locks on doors connecting the house to its garage area. Garage doors and connecting doors should be connected to you house alarm by a qualified alarm fitter. The garage opener provides powered operation of the door. It should not be considered as a locking device.
*Conditions for free delivery: Delivery address should be in mainland UK and does not cover Highlands. Islands or NI.
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