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Question 1 of 29
When does the self-monitoring take place on some automatic doors?
Question 2 of 29
When carrying out a visual inspection, which of the following is a reason as to why it is carried out prior to starting work?
Question 3 of 29
What is the percentage of faults are caused by the accessories connected to the operator?
Question 4 of 29
Which type of faults are you likely to come across?
Question 5 of 29
What is the most important procedure to allow you to fault find on an automatic door?
Question 6 of 29
To eliminate a fault ensure that the programme switch is set to?
Question 7 of 29
If the lcd panel on an operator was not lit, what could this it be indicating?
Question 8 of 29
On a sliding door it is common for a battery failure to be?
Question 9 of 29
Off, locked, automatic and 2 way are examples of?
Question 10 of 29
If the lcd panel was showing an error or fault code, where would you find additional information?
Question 11 of 29
When carrying out a visual inspection, it is important that the door is?
Question 12 of 29
Generally activation sensors detect which of the following?
Question 13 of 29
What is the minimum activation distance for door on an escape route?
Question 14 of 29
What do the led’s on an activation sensor indicate?
Question 15 of 29
If there are no leds on the activation sensors, what may this indicate?
Question 16 of 29
Safety sensors are fitted in what areas of a door?
Question 17 of 29
On a swing door the safety sensors detect during which parts of the cycle of the door?
Question 18 of 29
Safety sensors detect which of the following?
Question 19 of 29
To reduce any false activations, a lenses on safety sensor need to be?
Question 20 of 29
If you found the fire alarm system was activating holding a door open, what should you not do?
Question 21 of 29
If you suspected that the access control was not giving a signal to the operator, what should you do?
Question 22 of 29
If you suspected that the emergency break glass was activating the door what should you check?
Question 23 of 29
If you are going to test the power supply to the operator, which tools may you require?
Question 24 of 29
If you suspect that there is no power to the operator, which of the following should you check?
Question 25 of 29
You have no power at the sensor, what should you do next?
Question 26 of 29
Testing cables for damage and for a continuous circuit is called a?
Question 27 of 29
To simulate activation from a hard wired push pad you would need to?
Question 28 of 29
On a wireless battery operated push pad that was not working, what should you do?
Question 29 of 29
When using a multimeter for continuity which setting would you be using?