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Mighty Mule Frequently Asked Questions

Which Mighty Mule Automatic Gate Opener is right for my gate?

The following chart is a general guide to assist you in finding the right opener for your gate.
Please keep in mind that the material and structure of each gate, the location and climate where the gate is installed, create a unique situation particular to each gate opener application. Consult your Mighty Mule Sales Manager for more details.

Gate Type

Weight and length (per leaf)

Frequency of use Gate Opener Power Requirements
My Gate is a SWING Gate that does not exceed: 300 lbs or 12 ft. light FM200 DC / Solar Compatible
550 lbs or 16 ft light go moderate FM350 DC / Solar Compatible
550 lbs or 16 ft light to moderate FM352 DC / Solar Compatible
850 lbs or 18 ft moderate to heavy FM500 DC / Solar Compatible
850 lbs or 18 ft moderate to heavy FM502 DC / Solar Compatible
         
My Gate is a SLIDE Gate that does not exceed: 1000 lbs and 30 ft moderate to heavy MM-SL2000B DC / Solar Compatible
1000 lbs and 30 ft moderate to heavy MM-SL2200B DC / Solar Compatible
       
       

Where can I purchase a Mighty Mule Automatic Gate Opener?

How does the Mighty Mule automatic gate opener work?

What about security for my gate opener?

How does climate affect the operation of a Mighty Mule automatic gate opener?

Transmitters and Receivers

Powering

Troubleshooting