Force Test Report (by: GTE)

The simple report tool for your KMG-Lite force test results on power operated doors and gates.

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Object info

Test results




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What's this all about?

Force limitation is one common way of avoiding crushing, shearing and drawing-in hazards on power operated doors and gates.

»When a crushing, shearing or drawing-in hazard is avoided by the provision of a force limitation system, this shall be checked by measuring the forces as specified in clause 5 (of EN 12445:2000). The measured values shall be lower or equal to those mentioned in Annex A of EN 12453:2000 [...]«
BS EN 12445:2000 -

The closing and opening forces of automatic doors and gates can me measured with specially designed force testers. This tool helps to create uniform and clean force measurement reports.

How do I use this tool?

First click the "Object info" tab control to fill in information about your customer and the gate/door system you are about to measure.

Next click the navigation tab "Presets" and enter your name, your company name and the calibration expiry date of your force tester. If you want the force test report to contain your company logo you should upload a graphic file of the logo to an internet-server or find an existing one. Then enter/copy the according URL (Uniform Resource Locator => 'weblink') to the input field "URL to your company logo". In case of doubt please consult your company's website-administrator.

Recommended image size: 620 x 275 px
Data-types: PNG, JPG, GIF
Filenames without blanks and special characters

After that you may want to save these presets to your browser, so that you don't need to fill them in the next time you use the tool. To do this, please make sure that your browser is set to accept cookies. Click the "Save Presets" button and wait for the disk-icon to become green.

Finally you can deal with the force test. Click the "Test result" tab to enter the descriptions of the points of measuring you have chosen, add the according admissible dynamic force limit (EN 12453:2000 A.2.1) and - of course - type in the measured values of the dynamic force (Fdyn), the dynamic time (tdyn) and the static force remaining five seconds after impact (FEnd). To indicate wheather the measured values meet the limits or violate them, choose between the "PASS"- or "FAIL"-statement by click-toggling it accordingly. Additional testpoints can by added by clicking the + (plus) button underneath the third testpoint row. Up to ten points of measuring are supported. To delete one of the extra testpoints, please click the grey X within the according tespoint description field.

If you would like to add a free text comment to your report (i.e. to explain the test results to your customer), simply type into the Textarea ("Remarks...") underneath the last tespoint row.

Before you can finally create your PDF-Report you may want to save the testpoint description texts and the according force limit values you entered to a browser cookie for further use. To do this, please make sure once again that your browser is accepting cookies and click the "Save Testpoints" button. Wait for the disk-icon to change to green.

Now click the "Create Report" button at the bottom of the page. After the creation process is finished, make sure to download or print your PDF-report for it will not be saved.

It's just not working! - Troubleshooting

If you should be having trouble using this tool, please check the following points:

  1. Check your entries
    Please make sure that you entered at least one testpoint's complete measurement result. It is obligatory to type in the tespoint description, the Fdyn, tdyn and FEnd values.
  2. Browser update
    Make sure that you use an up-to-date internet browser (i.e. Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera).
    If in doubt, please update your browser or download and install one of the before mentioned browsers from scratch.
  3. Enable JavaScript
    This Web-tool requires JavaScript. Please make sure that JavaScript is enabled in your browser settings. Please consult your browser's documentation.
  4. Install Adobe Reader
    If the tool seems to be working correctly, but your PDF-report won't open, it might be possible that your browser does not contain an Adobe Reader Plug-In. To be sure, please download and install the latest version of the Adobe Reader.
  5. Accept Cookies
    If you are facing problems using the "Save Presets" or "Save Testpoints" functions, you might want to check if your browser's privacy settings allow this page to save Cookies. Cookies are a common technology to save small amounts of data within your brower's memory cache. Please consult your browser's documentation.
  6. Try another browser
    If the problems still occurr, you might want to try a different browser. Install one of the above mentioned and try again.
  7. Bug report
    If you have read, understood and tried all above mentioned solution statements, we would kindly ask you to post a detailed bug-report to
    Your issue can only be worked on, if your email contains the following information:
    • Your browser name and version
    • Your operating system
    • Your media-device (Desktop-PC, Smart-Phone, Tablet, etc.)
    • The values you entered into the form-fields
    • A detailed error description
    • If possible add screenshots showing the problem
    We will then try to figure out the problem and fix it as soon as possible. Thank you in advance for your efforts and our appologies for the inconveniences!

Let me speak with someone from GTE Industrieelektronik

If you have detailed questions concerning KMG force testers or this tool please do not hesitate to contact us:

Phone: +49 (0)2162 3709-0


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