Automatic swing door operator for doors up to 100kg
With the ED 100, DORMA offers an electromechanical swing door operator for various fields of application. The operator may be installed as a push version with a standard arm assembly or as a pull version with slide channel. The ED 100 automatic operator is compliant to the N.C.C (BCA) and is tested to Australian Standard AS5007, 1 million cycle endurance testing clause 220.127.116.11 by a NATA accredited facility.
Variable functional range
DORMA provides an easy-to-install integrated door coordinator for double-leaf doors. With the aid of the DORMA Upgrade Card, the system’s functional range may be adapted to various door versions, which further ensures that the majority of possible applications can be readily accommodated.
Door Closer mode & Automatic mode
Users may choose between two operating modes: Door Closer with optional power assist and also fully Automatic.
Wind load control
The ED 100 swing door operator is especially suitable for exterior doors that are subjected to varying wind loads, and for interior doors separating rooms where different air pressures prevail. While the system is in Automatic mode, the wind load control monitors the actuation speed, keeping it constant at the preset value.
Elegant visual appearance: DORMA Contur design provides an operator height of only 70mm
Low noise levels through multi–stage gearing
Efficient closing due to an electronic latching action enabling the motor to support the spring to overcome doors seals, room to room pressure differentials and wind loads
Optional additional safety: Compatible with IRS safety sensors where applications are for particularly vulnerable users
Optional integrated door co-ordinator to ensure the correct closing of rebated double doors
Field of Application
For single or double-leaf swing doors
Manual use or activation push pad, linking to access control systems and other actuation devices
Suitable for use on projects to meet EN 16005 - "Power operated pedestrian doorsets. Safety in use. Requirements and test methods"
Ideal for room access and entrance doors to meet the relative legislative requirements for disabled access
The pull version with slide channel and the push version with standard arm are both suitable for use on emergency escape and fire doors