How do you connect a Mighty Mule to a gate?
If your house is within 1000 ft. of your gate, you can place a second set of low voltage wires in the ground at the same time you are running wire for the transformer and connect it to an unlit Push Button inside the house. At the control box, simply connect the wires to the accessory terminal block.
Where are the DIP switches on a Mighty Mule?
Every Mighty Mule entry transmitter comes with identical factory settings, but you can personalize your code by repositioning the dip switches inside the Mighty Mule entry transmitter. Please review your installation manual for additional programming information. Can anyone open my Mighty Mule gate operator without my entry transmitter?
How tall is a Mighty Mule automatic gate operator?
Can I open my Mighty Mule automatic gate operator from my house with my Mighty Mule transmitter? The normal operating range of the Mighty Mule entry transmitter is 50 ft. to 100 ft. However, because it uses a radio frequency and is subject to interference by weather conditions, topography, outside interference, etc., the actual range may vary.
What causes a mighty mule gate to malfunction?
Mighty Mule’s Automatic Gate Openers are currently in use from the Arctic to the Amazon. Because of the battery’s design, extreme cold may cause it to operate a little slower than under normal conditions, and may cause it to malfunction.
Why does a saddle move forward on a mule?
Horses are “A” shaped in the shoulders. This is one reason a saddle will move forward on a mule and why a saddle on a horse will move back on a horse. Why not a crupper? A crupper will allow a riding saddle to move 2 ½” forward, back, left and right. The major problem with this is going down hill the saddle will move on top of the scapula.
How does a crupper work on a mule?
A crupper will allow a riding saddle to move 2 ½” forward, back, left and right. The major problem with this is going down hill the saddle will move on top of the scapula. The scapula moves up and down like a piston of a car.
Where does a mule get its athletic ability from?
A mule gets its athletic ability from the horse and its intelligence from the donkey. Donkeys and mules have been labeled “stubborn” for centuries, but it is really only an abundance of common sense and a strong desire for self-preservation that might make them inclined to resist.
What makes a mule more desirable than a hinny?
The hinny will also eat a variety of different kinds of shrubs and bushes to sustain himself, where a mule will be more selective, again because of the influence of the female parent. This makes the hinny more desirable to those people living in remote mountain areas with little vegetation.