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1. (US20060175841) Electrically operated door opener
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Claims

1. Electrically operated door opener with a swivelable swing trap for blocking or releasing a spring trap, with a movable catch lever, with a change-over, which can be moved into a position blocking the swing trap and a position releasing the swing trap, and
which is so arranged with the catch lever, that the change-over can be locked in the blocking position by means of the catch lever;
with a position indicator for moving the control lever, for locking or releasing the change-over;
characterized in that
the position indicator comprises of an electromotor, at the motor axis of which, a centrifugal cam is mounted, whereby the electromotor is arranged with the control lever, so as to hit the centrifugal cam against the control lever on activation of the electromotor due to the rotation of the motor axis, thereby causing the control lever to move.
2. Door opener according to claim 1,
characterized in that
the control lever has a chamfer against which the centrifugal cam hits on rotation, so as to thereby move the control lever in the direction parallel to the axis of rotation.
3. Door opener according to claim 1,
characterized in that
the centrifugal cam has an eccentrically supported impact disc with an external axis, which is supported on the centrifugal axis swivelably and rotatably in the direction of the axis of rotation.
4. Door opener according to claim 1,
characterized in that
the control lever is held swivelably.
5. Door opener according to claim 1,
characterized in that
the change-over is mounted with the swing trap, so as to move the change-over on swiveling of the swing trap.
6. Door opener ( 1) according to one of the claims 1 to 5,
characterized in that
it has essentially an L-shaped form, whereby a first change-over shank is coupled with the swing trap, so as to move the change-over on swiveling of the swing trap, and
whereby a second change-over shank can be coupled with the control lever, whereby on locking of the change-over, the second change-over shank is locked by the control lever, so that a movement of the change-over is hindered on swiveling of the swing trap.
7. Door opener according to claim 6,
characterized in that
the second change-over shank has a first holding element, which is held with a second holding element of the control lever on locking, and which does not interact with the second holding element on releasing.
8. Door opener according to claim 7,
characterized in that
the control lever is held swivelably, whereby the control lever is so arranged that, on locking by the control lever and on exertion of a swiveling force on the swing trap, the second change-over shank exercises a force on the control lever in the direction of the axis of the swing.
9. Door opener according to claim 6,
characterized in that
the swing trap is coupled with the change-over shank in such a fashion, that on application of an opening force on the swing trap, a leverage is exercised on the change-over shank, whereby the leverage leads, on releasing by the control lever, to swiveling of the change-over.
10. Door opener according to claim 9,
characterized in that
the first change-over shank has a slope, against which a part of the swing trap rests, so that on swiveling of the spring trap, a leverage acts on the first change-over shank.
11. Door opener according to claim 10,
characterized in that
the change-over is coupled with a spring element, so as to press the first change-over shank against the part of the swing trap.
12. Door opener according to claim 6,
characterized in that
the first change-over shank is smaller than the second change-over shank.
13. Door opener according to claim 7,
characterized in that
the second change-over shank is arranged with respect to the swing trap in such a manner as to move, on swiveling of the swing trap, the second change-over shank in the direction of the swing trap, if the change-over is released by the control lever.
14. Door opener according to claim 1,
characterized in that
the electromotor can be contacted by means of a terminal block, whereby the terminal block can be fastened at several points of the housing 2 of the door opener.
15. Door opener according to claim 1,
characterized in that
the swing trap is constructed of two parts comprising of one basic element, and one adjustable element displaceable with respect to the former, and that a movable element is provided on the swing trap, which stands in effective connection with a microswitch, so as to detect the latching of the door-side spring trap into the swing trap.