[Resolved] Patriot gate configuration

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    I have a Patriot gate and the J2 connector has slots 1(12v+), 2(12v-), 3 (Push button input normally open), 9 (Free exit open input). I have tried the connections on the solid remote with power to power slots and the remote does properly engage both relay 1 and 2 as momentary but I cannot get the gate to function.

    #12920 Reply


    Would you please send me the link to the manual of your gate opener?
    So I can check the connection, thanks.

    — Also a quick checklist.
    1) use 12vdc to power 202u (if you haven’t done it).
    2) use NO & COM connection (not NC).

    #12921 Reply

    #12924 Reply

    Ian Kelly

    I sent in the manual but I do not see my reply in this message stream. You can download it from this site – https://www.usautomatic.com/support/manuals

    #12925 Reply

    Ian Kelly

    Any help here? I have submitted the manual and a link for the manual. I have tried getting the Solidremote product to work but it seems like it simply will not function for gates?

    #12932 Reply


    Just saw your link, it seems all your messages were caught in spam folder.

    It seems your link doesn’t work right now, anyway I’ve found another pdf at http://www.gatetechsupply.com/images/NEWPAGEPATRIOT1.pdf

    See page 14 of the manual, there is a TERMINAL 3 – push button input,when connect TERMINAL 2 & 3, will your door open / close ?

    #12934 Reply


    Yes connecting 2 and 3 will open and close the gate.

    #12935 Reply

    Ian Kelly

    How do I connect 2 and 3 to the soildremote receiver? I need to have 1 and 2 going to the 12v Power, should I split 2 to goto Common and set 3 to NO on the relay?

    #12936 Reply


    You have 3 wires coming from your control board to our 202U.

    1) +12V connect to our either power input terminal.

    2) GND split into 2 wires
    2.1) Goes to another power input terminal
    2.2) Goes to relay 1’s COM

    3) Control wire goes to relay 1’s NO

    It should work, please let me know.

    #12937 Reply


    Thanks! That works!
    By the way are there any pin pads or mountable buttons that work with the reciever?

    #12938 Reply


    Thanks for the update.

    Sorry we only have keyfob remotes, sometimes customer use sticker to make it somewhat mountable.

    Let me know if you have other questions.

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