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Stanley Access Technologies

Quick-Reference Guide

Magic-Force Bifold Door Systems


Models: 4-Panel & 2-Panel

Installation Instructions
Quick-Reference Guide
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Quick-Reference Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. PURPOSE................................................................................................................................................ 2
1.1 Discussion.............................................................................................................................................. 2
1.2 Applicability .......................................................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Features and Functions ...........................................................................................................................2
2.
PREREQUISITES.................................................................................................................................. 2
3. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................ 3
3.1 Checking the Rough Opening .................................................................................................................3
3.2 Evaluating Power Requirements .............................................................................................................3
3.3 Door Configurations...............................................................................................................................4
3.4 Preparing the Header for Attachment to Jambs .......................................................................................5
3.5 Attaching the Jambs to the Header (Door Without Transom) .................................................................. 5
3.6 Attaching the Jambs to the Header (Door With Transom) .......................................................................6
3.7 Installing the Header and Jamb Assembly............................................................................................. 10
3.8 Installing the Bottom Pivot ................................................................................................................... 11
3.9 Installing the Operator .......................................................................................................................... 13
3.10 Installing the Breakout Track Assembly ............................................................................................. 14
3.11 Installing the Door Control and Breakout Switches ............................................................................. 16
3.12 Wiring the Door Assembly ................................................................................................................. 16
3.13 Installing the Door Panels................................................................................................................... 17
3.14 Adjusting the Door Panels .................................................................................................................. 20
3.15 Setting the Lock Flush Bolt ................................................................................................................ 22
3.16 Installing the Door Operating Sensors................................................................................................. 22
3.17 Performing Final Adjustments ............................................................................................................ 23
3.18 Performing the Closeout Procedure..................................................................................................... 23
Attachments
Attachment 1, Documents, Definitions, Tools, Equipment, Materials, and Consumables ................................ 24

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1.

PURPOSE
1.1

Discussion
This manual provides installation instructions for the Stanley Magic-Force Bifold Door
Systems. The Magic-Force bifold is an automatic folding door powered by a Magic-Force
operator. A four-panel unit consists of two pivot (FS) panels, two lead (FX) panels, and two
operators. A slip hinge links the pivot and lead panels and the pivot panels attach to separate
operators. A two-panel unit has only one pivot panel, one lead panel, and one operator.
The door package uses a standard Magic-Force / Magic-Swing header extrusion and 4
jambs. A breakout track is mounted between the header and each panel set. The breakout track
guides the lead panel across the door opening and allows the panel set to be broken out for
emergency egress. The Magic-Force bifold can be configured as follows:

1.2

Two-panel RH fold-in or fold-out, with or without transom

Two-panel LH fold-in or fold-out, with or without transom

Four-panel with or without transom

Applicability
This manual is applicable to the Stanley Magic-Force Bifold Door System. It provides
installation instructions for packages with or without integral transoms.

1.3

Features and Functions


1.3.1

2.

The Magic-Force Bifold Door System includes the following features and functions:

Magic-Force operator(s)

Optex OA-601 active infrared presence sensor(s) for activation

Two SU-100 microwave motion sensors for activation

Stanguard threshold protection system

POWER ON/OFF switch

AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN switch

Adjustable pivots

PREREQUISITES
2.1

Electrical work has been completed.

2.2

Protective barrier (caution/warning tape) has been set up to prevent unauthorized access to work
area.

2.3

Attachment 1 has been reviewed for the following:


Definitions of the terms used in this procedure
A listing of the additional documents required during this procedure
A listing of the tools, equipment, materials, and consumables used in this procedure.

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3.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
3.1

Checking the Rough Opening


3.1.1

ENSURE floor is level across the entire opening.

NOTE

Opening width should be package width plus (1/4 each side for shim and caulk clearance). This
clearance can be as small as 1/8 for a tight appearance with the aluminum storefront construction.

3.2

3.1.2

CHECK opening width.

3.1.3

CHECK opening height from finished floor.

3.1.4

SWEEP floor.

Evaluating Power Requirements


3.2.1

EVALUATE door system power requirements as follows:

ENSURE power source is a 96-134 VAC, 50/60 Hz source (single phase) with
15A circuit rating for 1 or 2 operators.

ENSURE a step-down transformer is used in 220 VAC applications.

ENSURE power source is a dedicated line.

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3.3

Door Configurations
3.3.1

Refer to Figure 1 for door configurations.


Figure 1. Two-Panel and Four-Panel Configurations
4-PANEL, FOLD-IN PACKAGE (RIGHT HAND AND
LEFT HAND OPERATORS REQUIRED)

SU-100

OPTEX OA-601

COVER (REF)

EXTERIOR (REF)

ROTATION

ROTATION
STANGUARD

LEFT HAND OPERATOR

RIGHT HAND OPERATOR

4-PANEL, FOLD-OUT PACKAGE (RIGHT HAND AND


LEFT HAND OPERATORS REQUIRED)
ROTATION

ROTATION
SU-100
STANGUARD

RIGHT HAND OPERATOR

LEFT HAND OPERATOR


COVER (REF)

EXTERIOR (REF)

OPTEX OA-601

2-PANEL, LEFT HAND PACKAGE, FOLD-OUT (RIGHT


HAND OPERATOR REQUIRED)

2-PANEL, RIGHT HAND PACKAGE, FOLD-IN (RIGHT


HAND OPERATOR REQUIRED)

ROTATION
SU-100

STANGUARD

RIGHT HAND OPERATOR


OPTEX OA-601
COVER (REF)

SU-100

EXTERIOR (REF)

COVER (REF)

OPTEX OA-601
EXTERIOR (REF)

ROTATION
STANGUARD
RIGHT HAND OPERATOR

2-PANEL, LEFT HAND PACKAGE, FOLD-IN (LEFT


HAND OPERATOR REQUIRED)

2-PANEL, RIGHT HAND PACKAGE, FOLD-OUT (LEFT


HAND OPERATOR REQUIRED)
ROTATION
SU-100
STANGUARD
LEFT HAND OPERATOR

OPTEX
OA-601

COVER (REF)

SU-100

COVER (REF)

EXTERIOR (REF)

OPTEX OA-601
EXTERIOR (REF)

ROTATION
STANGUARD
LEFT HAND OPERATOR

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BF022

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3.4

Preparing the Header for Attachment to Jambs


3.4.1

SWING bottom breakout track outward to breakout position.

3.4.2

REMOVE fasteners securing cover to header.

3.4.3

REMOVE cover from header.

3.4.4
3.4.5

Refer to Figure 2, and DISASSEMBLE breakout track assembly.


REMOVE fasteners securing top breakout track to header.

3.4.6

REMOVE top breakout track from header.

Figure 2. Disassembling the Breakout Track Assembly

HEADER

TOP BREAKOUT TRACK

FASTENER

TEFLON
WASHER
BOTTOM
BREAKOUT
TRACK

PIVOT COLLAR

NOTE

PIVOT COLLAR TOOL


BF007

JAMB REMOVED FOR CLARITY.

3.5

Attaching the Jambs to the Header (Door Without Transom)


3.5.1

Temporarily REMOVE jamb finger guards from jambs.

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3.5.2

Refer to Figure 3, and, using four -20 screws, ATTACH end cap to factory-mounted
rivnuts in jamb.
Figure 3. Attaching the Jambs to the Header
END CAP

FACTORY RIVNUTS

1/4-20 SCREWS
(4 PLACES)

JAMB

HEADER

BF002

3.6

Attaching the Jambs to the Header (Door With Transom)


3.6.1
3.6.2

Temporarily REMOVE jamb finger guards from jambs.


DETERMINE required jamb height as follows:
a. CALCULATE change to rough opening height dimension caused by finished ceiling
material (stucco, sheetrock, suspended ceiling, etc.) and finished flooring material
(tile, masonry, carpeting, etc.).
b. SUBTRACT from the calculated dimension to allow for top caulk joint.
c. IF a recessed bottom pivot will be used the length of the jamb must be determined
according to the installation conditions.

3.6.3

CUT jambs to required length, and SAVE jamb cutting for future use as a template.

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3.6.4

Refer to Figure 4, and, using top of jamb cutting as a template, DRILL four holes into
upper inside of each jamb.
Figure 4. Transom Assembly (Sheet 1 of 2)
13
2

4
1

B
C
A

BF016_1

12
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
JAMB EXTRUSION
TRANSOM HARDWARE
TRANSOM VERT. SUPPORT HARDWARE
TRANSOM VERTICAL SUPPORT
FINGER GUARD
GLASS STOP ADAPTER
GLASS STOP GUTTER, 1/4"
GLASS STOP, 1/4"

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Item No.
9
10
11
12
13

Description
GLASS STOP GUTTER, 5/8", 1
GLASS STOP, 5/8"
GLASS STOP, 1"
HEADER
TRANSOM HORIZONTA L SUPPORT

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Figure 4. Transom Assembly (Sheet 2 of 2)

7
1/4" GLASS

1/4" GLASS

10

10
6

5/8" GLASS

5/8" GLASS

11

11
6

1" GLASS

JAMB
SECTION B-B

HEADER
SECTION A-A

1" GLASS

10

1/4" GLASS

6
10

9
5/8" GLASS

6
11

11

9
1" GLASS

TRANSOM VERTICAL SUPPORT(S)


SECTION C-C
BF016_2

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3.6.5

IF transom vertical supports are required, PERFORM the following:


a. DETERMINE required transom vertical support height as follows:
1) MEASURE dimension from top of jamb to top of door header.
2) SUBTRACT thickness of transom horizontal.
b. REMOVE transom vertical support clips from top of transom vertical supports.

NOTE
When a transom vertical support is cut to length, the top of the support must be redrilled to accept the clips
and fasteners that secure the support to the transom horizontal support. The cut portion of the support can
be used as a template for locating clip fastening holes in later steps.
c. CUT transom vertical support(s) to dimension determined in step 3.6.5a, and SAVE
transom vertical support cutting(s) for future use as a template.
d. CUT glass stop adapters inch shorter than the transom vertical support(s).
e. Refer to Figure 4, and CUT applicable glass stop gutters and glass stops to same
length as transom vertical glass stop adapters.
f. Using top cutting of transom vertical support as a template, DRILL and
COUNTERSINK two holes on upper inside and upper outside of each transom
vertical support as necessary to accept transom vertical support clips and fasteners.
g. FASTEN transom vertical support clips onto top and bottom of transom vertical
support(s).
3.6.6

h. REPEAT step 3.6.5 for each transom vertical support.


ASSEMBLE transom frame as follows:

CAUTION
Glass stop adapters and inserts must be installed before assembling the transom frame. These components
cannot be installed after the transom frame is assembled.
a. FASTEN glass stop adapters onto jambs, header, transom horizontal support, and
transom vertical supports as applicable.
b. INSTALL glass inserts into glass stop adapters on jambs, header, transom horizontal
support, and transom vertical supports as applicable.
c. FASTEN transom horizontal clips to jambs.
d. SLIDE transom horizontal support over transom horizontal clips, and ALIGN header
with jamb rivnuts.
e. INSTALL and TIGHTEN the following:

Fasteners securing header to jamb.

Fasteners securing transom horizontal support to transom horizontal clips.

f. IF transom vertical support(s) are installed, PERFORM the following:


1) POSITION transom vertical support(s) between header and transom
horizontal support.
2) INSTALL and TIGHTEN fasteners securing transom vertical support(s) to
header and transom horizontal support.

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3.6.7
3.7

Refer to Figure 4, and INSTALL applicable glass stop gutters and glass stops into the
glass stop adapters.

Installing the Header and Jamb Assembly


3.7.1

3.7.2
3.7.3
3.7.4

LIFT header and jamb assembly and PERFORM the following:

POSITION assembly with header cover facing exterior or interior as desired.

ROUTE incoming power wiring into header.

Temporarily SECURE door in place as necessary to prevent header and jamb assembly
from falling.
SHIM beneath jamb(s) as necessary to level header and maintain required height from
highest point of finished floor.
INSPECT one jamb for plumb in vertical and horizontal planes. IF required, SHIM
back of jamb.

3.7.5

DRILL a minimum of three mounting holes along centerline of jamb through both jamb
walls.

3.7.6

DRILL socket clearance holes through one wall of jamb mounting holes drilled in
previous step.

3.7.7

Refer to Figure 5, and, using the previously drilled jamb holes as a guide, DRILL holes
in rough opening for the following fasteners as required:

IF rough opening is concrete, DRILL dia. hole for concrete screw, and
ENSURE screw will be embedded 1 minimum.

IF rough opening is steel, DRILL #14 SMS (Note 18 GA steel minimum).

IF rough opening is wood, DRILL for #14 wood screw, and ENSURE screw will
be embedded 1 minimum.
Figure 5. Installing the Header and Jamb Assembly

BF021

3.7.8
3.7.9

INSTALL, but do not tighten, fasteners securing one jamb to opening, and ENSURE
jamb remains plumb.
INSPECT opposite jamb for plumb in vertical and horizontal planes. IF required, SHIM
back of jamb.

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3.7.10
3.7.11

3.8

DRILL a minimum of three mounting holes along centerline of jamb through both jamb
walls.
DRILL socket clearance holes through one wall of jamb mounting holes drilled in
previous step.

3.7.12

Using the previously drilled jamb holes as a guide, DRILL holes in rough opening.

3.7.13

INSTALL, but do not tighten, fasteners securing jamb to opening, and ENSURE jamb
remains plumb.

3.7.14

Starting at the top of jamb and moving downward, SHIM jambs as necessary to ensure
jambs remain level and plumb, and TIGHTEN fasteners securing jambs to opening.

3.7.15

INSTALL and TIGHTEN fasteners securing header to opening, and ENSURE header
remains level.

Installing the Bottom Pivot

NOTE
The bifold standard configuration includes a surface-mounted bottom pivot. A recessed bottom pivot is
available as an optional configuration.
3.8.1

IF a surface-mounted bottom pivot is required, refer to Figure 6, and INSTALL bottom


pivot as follows:
Figure 6. Installing the Surface-Mounted Bottom Pivot
JAMB CENTER
LINE
JAMB
JAMB

BOTTOM PIVOT

BOTTOM PIVOT

BF004

a. CENTER the bottom pivot to the jamb, and ENSURE bottom pivot is tight against
jamb.
b. Using predrilled holes in bottom pivot as a guide, DRILL bottom pivot mounting
holes into floor.
c. FASTEN bottom pivot to floor.

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d. IF door assembly is a four-panel configuration, REPEAT step 3.8.1 for second


bottom pivot.
e. IF a continuous threshold is required, INSTALL continuous threshold as follows:
1) MEASURE dimension between two surface-mounted pivots.
2) CUT threshold to length.
3) Using predrilled holes in threshold as a guide, DRILL threshold mounting
holes into floor.
3.8.2

4) FASTEN threshold to floor.


IF a recessed bottom pivot is required, refer to Figure 7, and INSTALL bottom pivot as
follows:
Figure 7. Installing the Recessed Bottom Pivot
JAMB CENTER
LINE

JAMB CENTER
LINE

JAMB
BOTTOM PIVOT

3 3/4"
1 15/16"

BOTTOM
PIVOT

BF017

CAUTION
The location and installation of the recessed bottom pivot is critical to the proper appearance and operation
of the door. Following installation, the recessed bottom pivot is fixed in place and has no lateral
adjustment.
a. CENTER the bottom pivot to the jamb 3 3/4 away from jamb.
b. DRILL a 2 diameter hole 115/16 deep into concrete.
c. Using quick-drying cement, INSTALL bottom pivot into hole.
d. IF door assembly is a four-panel configuration, REPEAT step 3.8.2 for second
bottom pivot.

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3.9

Installing the Operator


3.9.1

Refer to Figure 8, and INSTALL drive extension onto operator output shaft.
Figure 8. Installing the Drive Extension on the Operator

HEADER

TOP BREAKOUT
TRACK
OUTPUT
SHAFT

DRIVE
EXTENSION
FASTENER
NOTE
JAMB REMOVED FOR CLARITY.
BF003

3.9.2
3.9.3

POSITION operator in header.


FASTEN operator in header.

3.9.4

IF door assembly is a four-panel configuration, REPEAT steps 3.9.1 through 3.9.3 for
second operator.

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3.10

Installing the Breakout Track Assembly


3.10.1

Refer to Figure 9, and ATTACH the top breakout track to the underside of the header.
ENSURE the top track is oriented so that the bottom breakout track will break out to the
building exterior.
Figure 9. Attaching the Top Breakout Track to the Header

HEADER

DRIVE EXTENSION

TOP BREAKOUT
TRACK

FASTENER

NOTE
JAMB REMOVED FOR CLARITY.
BF006_1

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3.10.2

Refer to Figure 10, and, using the pivot collar tool, ASSEMBLE the breakout track
assembly.
Figure 10. Assembling the Breakout Track Assembly

HEADER

DRIVE EXTENSION
TOP BREAKOUT
TRACK

TEFLON WASHER

BOTTOM
BREAKOUT TRACK

PIVOT COLLAR

PIVOT COLLAR TOOL


NOTE
JAMB REMOVED FOR CLARITY.

3.10.3

BF007_1

IF door assembly is a four-panel configuration, REPEAT steps 3.10.1 and 3.10.2 for
second breakout track assembly.

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3.11

Installing the Door Control and Breakout Switches


3.11.1

Using the 413219 template supplied, DRILL holes for AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN
and POWER ON/OFF switches at the desired height in jamb.

3.11.2

ROUTE AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN and POWER ON/OFF switch wiring into
header.

3.11.3

Using the 5/16-20 screws provided, FASTEN AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN and
POWER ON/OFF switches to jamb.

3.11.4

Refer to Figure 11, and INSTALL adhesive-backed breakout switches above respective
magnets in breakout track.
Figure 11. Installing the Breakout Switches

ADHESIVE BACKING

BREAKOUT
SWITCHES

BF018

3.12

Wiring the Door Assembly


3.12.1

Refer to Stanley Access Technologies document No. 203959, Magic-Swing and


Magic-Force HDLE/FE Microprocessor Control Box Quick-Reference Guide, and
PERFORM the following:
a. INSTALL microprocessor control box in header.
b. CONNECT main power wiring.
c. CONNECT breakout switch wiring.
d. CONNECT AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN switch wiring.
e. CONNECT POWER ON/OFF switch wiring.
f. CONNECT door activation or safety device wiring.
g. PERFORM initial tune-in settings.

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3.13

Installing the Door Panels


3.13.1

CUT finger guards to length.

3.13.2

FASTEN finger guards to jambs.

3.13.3

SET POWER ON/OFF switch to ON.

3.13.4

SET AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN switch to HOLD OPEN.

3.13.5

Refer to Figure 12, and, with door arm 90 to header, POSITION door arm onto
operator drive extension.
Figure 12. Attaching the Door Arm to the Operator Drive Extension

OPERATOR
DRIVE EXTENSION

90

NOTE
JAMB REMOVED FOR
CLARITY.
FASTENER

3.13.6

DOOR
ARM
POSITION DOOR ARM ONTO OPERATOR DRIVE
EXTENSION AT 90 OPEN POSITION.
BF020

SLIDE door arm upward onto operator drive extension as far as possible, and
TIGHTEN fastener securing door arm to drive extension.

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3.13.7

Refer to Figure 13, and INSTALL pivot panel as follows:


Figure 13. Installing the Pivot Panel
BOLT

LOCKWASHER

HEADER

BOLT
LOCKWASHER

FASTENER

FASTENER

DOOR ARM

DOOR ARM

BOTTOM PIVOT

BF010

a. ENSURE glass stops, keyed lock cylinder, and thumb turn are correctly positioned
with respect to the door application (fold-in or fold-out).

NOTE
On a fold-in application, the hinge pin is on the building exterior side. On a fold-out application, the hinge
pin is on the building interior side.
b. POSITION bottom of panel onto bottom pivot, and ENSURE position of hinge pins
corresponds to desired door configuration.
c. TILT panel upward and ALIGN top of panel with door arm.
d. LOOSEN fastener securing door arm to operator drive extension, and SLIDE door
arm down onto panel top rail.
e. FASTEN door arm to panel top rail, and SHIM as necessary.
f. TIGHTEN fastener securing door arm to operator drive extension.

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3.13.8

Refer to Figure 14, and INSTALL lead panel onto pivot panel hinge pins.
Figure 14. Installing the Lead Panel onto the Pivot Panel
HEADER

BOTTOM BREAKOUT
TRACK

HINGE
PIN
LEAD PANEL
FOLLOWER
PIVOT
PANEL

LEAD
PANEL

BF011

3.13.9

SET AUTO ON/OFF/HOLD OPEN switch to OFF.

3.13.10 PUSH the breakout track outward to the breakout position.


3.13.11 LIFT the breakout track upward slightly, and POSITION the lead panel follower into
the breakout track groove.
3.13.12 IF door assembly is a four-panel configuration, REPEAT steps 3.13.3 through 3.13.11
for second pivot and lead panels.
3.13.13 INSTALL glass in door panels.
3.13.14 IF applicable, INSTALL glass in transom.

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3.14

Adjusting the Door Panels


3.14.1

Refer to Figure 15, and ADJUST bottom pivots as necessary to ENSURE the following:
Figure 15. Adjusting the Bottom Pivots
PANEL TOPS ARE EVEN

PANEL TOPS
ENGAGE
IN BREAKOUT
TRACK
WEATHERSTRIP

JAMB
BOTTOM PIVOT
VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT
SETSCREW

LATERAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCREWS

PANEL BOTTOMS
ARE EVEN

LEADING EDGES MEET SQUARELY


BF015

3.14.2

Vertical leading edges of the lead panels meet squarely and evenly along entire
height of panels.

Tops and bottoms of panels are horizontally even.

Tops of panels adequately engage in the breakout track weatherstrip.

Refer to Figure 16, and OBSERVE lead panel weatherstrips as doors are cycled open
and closed.
Figure 16. Inspecting the Lead Panel Weatherstrips
IF REQUIRED, INSTALL SHORTER
PILE ON THIS SIDE OR REMOVE
ONE WEATHERSTRIP

STRIKE STILE

LOCK STILE
BF012

3.14.3

IF weatherstrips cause too much interference or prevent the doors from closing
completely flat, REMOVE one weatherstrip or INSTALL shorter pile weatherstrips.

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3.14.4

Refer to Figure 17, and, from the interior side of the door, using a pry bar SLIDE the
sweep holder downward to the finished floor or threshold as necessary.
Figure 17. Adjusting the Bottom Sweep

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

BOTTOM SWEEP

PRY BAR

BF013

3.14.5

ADJUST ball detents for proper breakout force as follows:


a. Using a spring force gage positioned 1 from edge of door at leading stile,
MEASURE force required to break out door.
b. Refer to Figure 18, and LOOSEN ball detent setscrew.
Figure 18. Adjusting the Ball Detents

BALL DETENT
ADJUSTMENT
SCREWS

VIEW FROM COVER


SIDE

BALL DETENT
SETSCREWS

BALL DETENTS

VIEW FROM OPPOSITE


COVER SIDE

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NOTE
1. The maximum breakout force permitted is 50 lbs.
2. Clockwise rotation of ball detent adjusting screw increases force required to break out door. Clockwise
rotation decreases force required to break out door.
c. ADJUST ball detent adjusting screw as necessary to achieve a breakout force of
approximately 35 lbs.
d. WHEN breakout force adjustment is complete, TIGHTEN ball detent setscrew.
3.15

Setting the Lock Flush Bolt

NOTE
In order to locate the hole in the floor or threshold for the lock flush bolt, apply a small amount of grease
to the bottom of the flush bolt and then activate the lock. This will mark the floor or threshold for drilling.
3.15.1

ACTIVATE the door lock, and MARK the flush bolt location onto floor or threshold.

3.15.2

At the lock flush bolt location marked in the previous step, DRILL a 1/2 diameter hole
3
/4 deep.
CYCLE door(s) closed and ENSURE lock flush bolt engages properly.

3.15.3
3.16

Installing the Door Operating Sensors


3.16.1

POSITION header cover onto header, but do not install cover fasteners.

NOTE
The Stanguard threshold sensor must always be installed on the non-folding side of the door.
3.16.2

Refer to Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203768, Stanguard


Threshold Sensor Installation and Operation, and PERFORM the following:
a. FASTEN Stanguard threshold sensor to sensor bracket.
b. INSTALL Stanguard threshold sensor bracket and sensor on the non-folding side
of the header.
c. CONNECT Stanguard threshold sensor wiring to microprocessor control box.

3.16.3

Refer to manufacturers instructions for Optex OA-601 infrared presence sensor, and
PERFORM the following:
a. INSTALL Optex OA-601 infrared presence sensor onto folding side of the header.
b. CONNECT Optex OA-601 infrared presence sensor wiring to microprocessor
control box.

3.16.4

Refer to Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203957, SU-100 Motion


Sensor Installation and Operation, and PERFORM the following:
a. INSTALL SU-100 motion sensor spacer block on each side of header.
b. INSTALL SU-100 motion sensors onto spacer blocks.
c. CONNECT SU-100 motion sensor wiring to microprocessor control box.

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Performing Final Adjustments


3.17.1

3.17.2

BREAK OUT door(s) and ENSURE the following:

The force required to break out doors is approximately 35 lbs.

Automatic operation of doors is interrupted when doors break out.

Refer to Stanley Access Technologies technical manuals 203959, Magic-Swing and


Magic-Force HDLE/FE Microprocessor Control Box Quick-Reference Guide, and
203967, Magic-Force Operator Installation Instructions Quick-Reference Guideand
PERFORM the following:
a. TUNE-IN door operating sensors.
b. ADJUST pivot panels for a close check zone of 10 wide.

NOTE
If closing speed is not approximately 1 foot per second, the operators are not a matched set, or the doors
are not synchronized, use the closing speed control adjustments to synchronize.
c. MEASURE door-closing speed, and, IF necessary, refer to Stanley Access
Technologies technical manual 203959, Magic-Swing and Magic-Force
HDLE/FE Microprocessor Control Box Quick-Reference Guide, and adjust the
closing speed control(s).

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3.17.3
3.17.4

CYCLE door(s) closed and ENSURE lock flush bolt engages properly.
BREAK OUT door(s).

3.17.5
3.17.6

INSTALL fasteners securing cover to header.


CLOSE door(s).

Performing the Closeout Procedure


3.18.1
3.18.2

ENSURE glass is not cracked or broken.


ENSURE glass and metal surfaces are clean.

3.18.3

ENSURE door installation area is clean and free of debris.

CAUTION
1. Caulk joints of inch are typical. If caulk gap exceeds inch, the Installation Coordinator must be
consulted to determine corrective actions.
2. The header cover joint must never be caulked.
3.18.4

IF required, CAULK the following as specified in door specification, work order, or


construction documents:

Top of header

Sides of jambs

IF applicable, threshold-to-floor joint

3.18.5

ENSURE header cover is secure.

3.18.6

Refer to Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203938, "Stanley Automatic


Bi-Folding Door Safety Decal Installation Guide," and INSTALL safety decals.

3.18.7

COMPLETE Work Order and REPORT your actions to Building Superintendent.


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Attachment 1
Documents, Definitions, Tools, Equipment, Materials, and Consumables
(Sheet 1 of 1)
Documents

Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203768, Stanguard Threshold Sensor Installation
and Operation

Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203938, "Stanley Automatic Bi-Folding Door Safety
Decal Installation Guide"

Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203957, SU-100 Motion Sensor Installation and
Operation

Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203959, Magic-Swing and Magic-Force


HDLE/FE Microprocessor Control Box Quick-Reference Guide,

Manufacturers instructions for Optex OA-601 infrared presence sensor,

Stanley Access Technologies technical manual 203967, Magic-Force Operator Installation


Instructions Quick-Reference Guide

Definitions

None

Tools and Equipment (including, but not limited to)

Electric drill, metal drill bit set,


concrete drill bit set

Screwdriver kit

Metal cutoff saw and blades

Spring force gage

Pivot collar tool (P/N 413477)

SU-100 Tune-In Remote Control (optional)

Pry bar

Materials (including, but not limited to)

Glass panels

Quick-drying cement (if recessed


bottom pivot is used)

Pull string

Consumables (including, but not limited to)

Caulk

Clean rags

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Grease (for locating hole for flush bolt lock)

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