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Magic Force Swing Door Operator: Versatile, light to heavy duty, low energy and fully automatic
Maximum flexibility at design phase and install
    • Field adjustable to work as both full energy (motion activated) or low energy (knowing act activated) automation and for right or left hand operation.

    • Versatile door panel types and mounting options: Powers door panels up to 48” wide and 350lbs+* or 75 ft/lb torque. In-ground, concealed or surface mounted.

    • Field adjustable to work as both full energy (motion activated) or low energy (knowing act activated) automation and for right or left hand operation.

    • Versatile door panel types and mounting options: Powers door panels up to 48” wide and 350lbs+* or 75 ft/lb torque. In-ground, concealed or surface mounted.

Performance measured in decades
    • Compare our spring with the competition and see why it’s the operator of choice, trused for its long-lasting durability and dependable performance.

    • Smooth, controlled operation, built to resist wind and stack pressure conditions while operating as quiet as a refrigerator (50 decibels).

    • Compare our spring with the competition and see why it’s the operator of choice, trused for its long-lasting durability and dependable performance.

    • Smooth, controlled operation, built to resist wind and stack pressure conditions while operating as quiet as a refrigerator (50 decibels).

STANDARD

Electric Lock Integration

Obstruction Detection

 

OPTIONS

Additional Safety Sensors

Activation Options

​Magic-Touch™ activation for extra assistance when manually opening past 3° 

Expanded Activation Zone SU-100 Sensor

Custom Finishes

Sequencing for Vestibules

Traffic Pattern Options

Power Close

MODELS
Magic-Force is compliant with all U.S. and Canadian handicap access laws, including ANSI A117.1 and A156.19 and ANSI 156.10 
Fire door package with UL listed equipment for applications such as hospitals

Complete factory engineered door system that includes center pivoted door panels

Mounting styles:
  • Surface mount
  • Semi-concealed
  • Concealed
  • Bottom load
  • In ground
  • In-swing
  • Out-Swing
  • Right hand
  • Left hand

 

*Consult your local STANLEY Sales Rep
Environmental Product Declaration available for download in the 'Reference Download' tab below.

Detailed Information

 
HEADER SIZE 6.0” (152mm) High x 5.5” (140mm) Deep
SWING DOOR PANELS Up to 48” (1220mm)
DOOR PANEL WEIGHT 350lbs+** (160kg) or 75 ft/lb torque
DRIVE SYSTEM 3/16HP DC Motor, Gear Drive
CONTROLLER Microprocessor-based with Built-in “Reverse-on-Obstruction” | OPTION: Magic-Touch Activation
SAFETY OPTIONS Swing-Guard Sensor (Full Energy), SU-100 Sensor, Rails (Full Energy), Swing Guard LE Sensor (Low Energy)
ACTIVATION SENSOR OPTIONS Mats, Motion Detectors, Radio Controls or Touch-less wave sensors
BREAKOUT Automatic Reset (center hung)
POWER REQUIRED 120 VAC, 5 amps min., 50/60 HZ
CODES AND STANDARDS ULcULANSI/BHMA A156.10ANSI/BHMA A156.19IBCNFPA 101CSFM
  * All Specifications are subject to change. Please contact your local sales representative to ensure accuracy.
**Consult your local sales representative
NO Description TYPE PDF DWG BIM/REVIT
4.03 Magic-Force Operator on Aluminum Door
4.04 Magic-Force Operator On H.M./Wood Door
4.05 With Swing Guard Low Energy On Aluminum Door
4.06 With Swing Guard Low Energy On H.M./Wood Door
4.07 Bottom Load On Aluminum
4.08 Bottom Load On HM/Wood
4.15 Magic-Force Operator Concealed Arm
4.23 With Swing-Guard Full-Energy On Aluminum Door
4.24 With Swing-Guard Full-Energy On H.M./Wood Door
4.25 Swinging Entrance with Magic-Force and Swing Guard Full Energy

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    • 4
      Average: 4 (1 vote)
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      By on 08/15/2019
    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      The Magic-Force is high grade, competitive and fairly priced
      By Dulce Mattalug/NCQA on 12/19/2018
      NCQA is satisfied with the professionalism, on time and quality of work. Everyone worked well together for the success of the project.
    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      Stanley has been spectacular
      By Boyd Miller/Project Manager on 12/18/2018
      Stanley has been spectacular to work with from the beginning to the end of our automated commercial project. We now have swing doors that function perfectly and a happy client.

    Commonly asked questions

    equipment similar to Besam SW100 Single Swinging Low Energy Door Operators with a Clear Anodized Aluminum Finiash and push to open buttons with Handicap logo engravings-- your price
    Asked by Municipality of Penn Hills Senior Services on 07/30/2019
    1 ANSWERS
    + Answer this question
    A key feature that differentiates the Magic-Force is our heavy-duty spring that provides long-lasting durability and dependable performance. As for pricing, you may reach out to your local STANLEY rep to discuss pricing of any of our products. Thank you.
    Answered by STANLEY on 08/08/2019
    What is the difference between Magic-Force “Low Energy” and “Full Energy”?
    Asked by on 07/11/2019
    1 ANSWERS
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    The “Energy” is the energy of mass and acceleration, as in Force = Mass x Acceleration. “Full Energy” operators move doors in such a way that they produce a high force, requiring safety sensors on doors. “Low Energy” operators move doors in such a way that they produce a low force. They must be activated by a “knowing act device” like a push plate or keypad or card reader.
    Answered by STANLEY on 07/29/2019
    What are the key differences between Magic-Swing and Magic-Force?
    Asked by Anonymous on 06/25/2019
    1 ANSWERS
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    One key difference is the max weight of door panel: Magic-Force can be up to 350 lb, Magic-Swing can be up to 750 lb. Another difference are the supported operating standards: Magic-Force can be set up to operate at “Low Energy” or “Full Energy”; Magic-Swing is “Full Energy” only. A “Low Energy” operated door must be activated by a “knowing act device”; like a push plate or keypad or card reader, while a "Full Energy" operated door are operated by a motion sensor.
    Answered by STANLEY on 07/29/2019

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