Ditec Neos

The Ditec Neos range meets a wide range of commercial and residential applications and is designed to work even in case of intense usage and demanding environmental conditions.
The powerful gear motor is able to generate a thrust of up to 1,000 N, moving gates of up to 1,000 kg and 20 m of maximum length; the opening speed can be adjusted between 0,1 m/s and 0,25 m/s.
Its eye-catching and innovative design make Ditec Neos suitable for every environment thanks to the two high-tech colours (graphite grey and metallic aluminum).
This state-of-the- art gate opener is extremely safe: its position and speed are managed in complete safety through a virtual encoder and magnetic limit switches.
The Ditec Neos Control Unit is integrated in the gear motor casing and allows for high degree of fine setting of performances and functioning modes.
Ditec NeoS has passed the Initial Type Tests (ITT) in accordance with standard EN 12453 and features the TÜV EN ISO 13849-1 certification relative to functional safety.
The gate opener can be complemented with the wide range of Ditec command, control and safety devices.
Ditec Neos fully complies with European Directives.
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