Marantec Comfort 260 Operating instructions

GB
Operating instructions
Last updated: 05.2013
Operator systems for garage doors
Comfort 260, 270, 280
Table of Contents
Regarding this document
1.
–– Original instruction manual.
–– Part of the product.
–– Read these instructions carefully before use and keep them in a
safe place for future reference.
–– Protected by copyright.
–– No part of this manual may be reproduced without our prior
approval.
–– Subject to alterations in the interest of technical progress.
–– All dimensions are given in millimetres.
–– The drawings are not true to scale.
General safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.1 Intended use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.2 Target group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.3Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2.
Scope of supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Door system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3.
4.Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4.1 Preparing for installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4.2 Installing the drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4.3 Connection of control elements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
4.4 Completing the installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
5.
Setting in operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
5.1 Overview of the controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
5.2 Status display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5.3 Express programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5.4 Factory settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
5.5 Function test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
5.6 Special programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
6.Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
6.1 Hand transmitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
6.2 Release mechanism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
7.Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
8.Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
9.Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
10. Rectifying faults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
11.Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
11.1 Technical Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
11.2 Declaration of Incorporation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
11.3 EC Declaration of Conformity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Meaning of symbols
DANGER!
Safety notice indicating a danger that will directly result in death or
severe injury.
WARNING!
Safety notice indicating a danger that could result in death or severe
injury.
CAUTION!
Safety notice indicating a danger that could result in slight or
­moderate injuries.
NOTICE
Safety notice indicating a danger that could result in damage to
property or in irreparable damage to the product.
CHECK
Reference to a check that needs to be carried out.
REFERENCE
Reference to separate documents that must be observed.
• Instruction requiring action
–– List, itemisation
DANGER!
Important safety instructions:
Attention! It is vitally important for the safety of
­persons that you follow all the instructions.
Keep these instructions in a safe place.
➔➔ Reference to other sections of this document
)) Factory settings
Important instructions for safe installation:
Attention! Serious injuries can be caused if the equipment is not installed correctly – be sure to follow all
the installation instructions.
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1. General safety instructions
DANGER!
Failure to comply with the documentation could result in
life-threatening danger!
• Be sure to follow all the safety instructions in this document.
1.1 Intended use
–– The operator system is to be used only for opening and closing
doors.
–– Never use the door system to help lift persons or objects.
The following applies for the products Comfort 260, 270, 280:
–– Only approved for use in dry rooms.
–– The following values must be observed:
–– maximum tensile force
–– maximum compressive force
–– maximum door size
–– maximum door weight
➔➔ „11.1 Technical Data“
–– The product is intended for private use.
–– The product is suitable only for counterbalanced sectional and upand-over doors with a fall arrest system.
1.3 Warranty
The product is manufactured in accordance with the guidelines
and standards listed in the manufacturer’s declaration and in the
­declaration of conformity. The product left the factory in perfect order
with regard to safety.
In the following cases, the manufacturer will accept no liability for
damage. The warranty on the product and accessory components
­becomes void in the event of:
–– Failure to observe these operating instructions.
–– Incorrect handling and use of the product for anything other than
its intended purpose.
–– Work being carried out by unqualified personnel.
–– Changes or modifications to the product.
–– The use of replacement parts that have not been approved or were
not manufactured by the manufacturer.
The warranty does not cover batteries, rechargeable batteries, fuses or
bulbs.
Further safety instructions are given in the relevant sections
of the document.
➔➔ „5. Setting in operation“
➔➔ „6. Operation“
➔➔ „7. Maintenance“
➔➔ „8. Disassembly“
➔➔ „9. Disposal“
1.2 Target group
–– Installation, connection and setting in operation:
qualified, trained specialist personnel.
–– Operation, inspection and servicing:
the operator of the door system.
Requirements to be met by qualified and trained specialist staff:
–– Knowledge of the general and specific safety and accident-­
prevention regulations.
–– they have knowledge of the relevant electrical regulation,
–– Training in the use and care of appropriate safety equipment.
–– Adequate instruction and supervision by qualified electricians.
–– The ability to recognise hazards that can be caused by electricity.
–– Knowledge of the application of the following standards
– EN 12635 (“Doors and gates - Installation and use”),
– E N 12453 (“Safety in use of power operated doors Requirements”),
– E N 12445 (“Safety in use of power operated doors Test methods”),
Requirements to be met by the operator of the door system:
–– Knowledge and safekeeping of the instruction manual.
–– Knowledge of general safety and accident-prevention regulations.
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2. Scope of supply
Item
Various versions of the product are available. Please refer to the table
and check the items included in the delivery to determine which version you have received.
There may be some country-specific differences.
Item
Door operator
1
A
1x
1x
2
1x
3
B
1x
1x
1x
A
B
13
4x
4x
14
2x
2x
15
1x
1x
16
1x
1x
17
1x
1x
18
1x
1x
19
2x
2x
20
1x
1x
21
1x
–
22
1x
–
23
–
4x
Item
2x
4
Item
5
A
B
2x
2x
6
1x
1x
7
2x
2x
8
1x
1x
9
2x
2x
10
1x
–
11
1x
–
12
4
Fittings
2x
–
Fastening elements - 01
A
B
24
6x
6x
25
6x
6x
26
6x
6x
A
B
27
1x
1x
28
1x
1x
A
B
29
1x
1x
30
1x
1x
31
1x
1x
32
1x
1x
33
1x
1x
Item
Item
Fastening elements - 02
Warning signs
Hand transmitter
1x
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4. Installation
3. Door system
Overview
DANGER!
3 / 1
Life-threatening danger due to electric shock!
• It is vital that you disconnect the operator system from the
power supply before commencing cabling work. Take measures
to ensure that the power supply remains disconnected for the
duration of the work.
• Observe the local safety regulations.
• It is imperative that you lay power cables separately from control
cables.
The control voltage is 24 V DC.
4
1
2
3
1
This is just an example of a door system. The details can vary according
to the type of door and the associated equipment. The system shown
comprises the following components:
1Photocell
2 Key switch
3 Free-standing post (for code keypad, transponder etc.)
4 Signal light
REFERENCE
For further information regarding accessory items, please see the
manufacturer’s website.
For the installation and cabling of the door sensors, control elements
and safety equipment, the relevant installation instructions must be
observed.
NOTICE
Material damage resulting from incorrect installation of the
operator!
To avoid installation errors and damage to the door or operator
system, the following installation instructions must be observed at all
costs.
• Ensure that the door is in good mechanical condition:
– The door remains stationary in every position.
– The door can be moved easily.
– The door opens and closes properly.
• Install all impulse transmitters and control equipment (such as
radio code buttons e. g.) within sight of the door and at a safe
distance from the door’s moving parts. The installation height
must be at least 1.5 metres from the ground.
• Only use fixing materials that are suitable for the foundation
material in question.
4.1 Preparing for installation
Before commencing installation, the following works must be carried
out without fail.
Supply package
• Check which version you have received and that all the parts are
present.
• Ensure that a suitable operator boom is available.
• Check that all the necessary accessory parts for your installation
situation are present.
Garage
• Check to make sure that your garage has a suitable power
­connection and a mains disconnection switch.
Door system
• Remove any components (such as ropes, chains, brackets, etc.) from
the door that are no longer needed.
• All equipment that will no longer be required after the door
­operator system has been installed must be taken out of service.
For garages without a second entrance:
• Fit the garage door with an emergency release mechanism so that
you can gain entry to the garage if there is a malfunction.
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If a release set is used:
• Check that the door catches function properly. On no account
should the door catches be taken out of service.
2x
If no release set is used:
• Remove the door catches or take them out of service.
REFERENCE
When using and installing accessory equipment, observe the
­corresponding documentation.
B
4.2 Installing the drive
4.2 / 1
ø 5 – 5,5
4.2 / 2
4x
A
ø 5 – 5,5
4x
6
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NOTICE
Possibility of damaging the motor unit!
Do not use force, as this could damage the teeth of the gears!
• Carefully fix the operator boom to the motor unit.
WARNING!
Possibility of serious injury due to falling components!
• Secure the operator system to prevent if from falling before it is
properly fixed in place.
4.2 / 5
4.2 / 3
A
1x
4x
B
NOTICE
Possibility of damaging the door leaf!
At its highest point during opening, the top edge of the door leaf
must be 10 - 50 mm below the bottom edge of the horizontal
­operator boom.
• Fix the lintel joining plate for the operator boom. It must be
­positioned centrally above the door leaf.
1x
4.2 / 6
4x
10 - 50
ø 10
4.2 / 4
1x
4.2 / 7
2x
2x
2x
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4.2 / 12
4.2 / 8
A
2.
1x
1x
a
1x
5-10
1.
1x
a = 90°
b = 9 Nm
3.
b
B
4.2 / 9
2.
4x
2.
2.
1.
5-10
1.
4.2 / 13
4.2 / 10
1.
1x
2x
2.
4.2 / 11
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4.3 Connection of control elements
4.2 / 14
1/3
2/3
DANGER!
Life-threatening danger due to electric shock!
• It is vital that you disconnect the operator system from the
power supply before commencing cabling work. Take measures
to ensure that the power supply remains disconnected for the
duration of the work.
NOTICE
3.
2.
1.
Danger of material damage resulting from incorrect
­installation of the operator!
If an external voltage is connected to terminal block XB03, the entire
electronic system will be irreparably damaged.
• Connect only potential-free contacts to terminals 1, 2 and 4
(XB03).
4.2 / 15
ø 10
4.2 / 16
2x
2x
2x
4.2 / 17
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4.3.1 Overview of the control element connections
4.3.3 Terminal block XB03
4.3.1 / 1
4.3.3 / 1
XB03
XW40
XB72
XW81
XN70
4.3.3 / 2
- XB03
3
2
1
4
70
71
M11E021
XB03
Connection for
–– external control elements
–– Photocell
➔➔ „Level 5, Menu 1 - Programmable impulse
input (terminal 1/2)“
➔➔ „4.3.3 Terminal block XB03“
XB72
Connection for modular antenna
➔➔ „4.3.2 Terminal block XB72“
XN70
Connection for battery backup
➔➔ „4.3.4 Connections XN70 and XW81“
XW40
Connection for MS bus expansion module
XW81
Connection for expansion
inputs / outputs
➔➔ „4.3.4 Connections XN70 and XW81“
- Sb4
- W1
- W2
1
- Sb1
2
- W1
1 2
- W2
1 2
- AP27
4.3.2 Terminal block XB72
4.3.2 / 1
2 1
2 1
TX
RX
1
GROUND -
2
Impulse
3
24 V DC + / 50 mA max.
4
Hold circuit, active after a reset
70
GROUND
71
Photocell
AP27
Photocell
RX
Photocell receiver
TX
Photocell transmitter
Sb1
Impulse button
Sb4
Normally closed contact for hold circuit
4.3.3 / 3
10
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4.3.4 Connections XN70 and XW81
4.3.4 / 1
5. Setting in operation
Before initial operation and at regular intervals of no more than one
year, power-operated windows, doors and gates must be inspected by a
qualified person (whereby written inspection records must be kept).
After setting the system in operation, the operator of the door system,
or the operator’s representatives, must be instructed in the operation of
the system.
WARNING!
REFERENCE
See the separate documentation for instructions on installing the
connected elements.
4.3.4 / 2
Danger of injury due to uncontrolled movement of the
door!
• Ensure that children can not play with the door controls or the
hand transmitter.
• Before setting the door in motion, make sure that no persons or
objects are within the danger zone of the door.
• Before going through the door opening, make sure that the door
is in the OPEN position.
• Check all the existing emergency command devices.
• Pay attention to potential crushing and shearing zones in the
door system.
• Never touch a running door, the guide rail or any moving parts.
• The regulations of DIN EN 13241-1 (“Doors and gates - Product
Standard”) must be observed.
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5678
12
90
5.1 Overview of the controls
Control elements
12
5678
90
34
LED display
4.4 Completing the installation
Drive the door in the OPEN direction,
increase the value
4.4 / 1
Drive the door in the CLOSE direction,
decrease the value
P
Start programming, confirm and save values
Legend
The display flashes
• Take the warning signs regarding trapping hazards and affix them
permanently at noticeable locations.
• After installation is complete, ensure that no door parts extend
onto the public footpath or the street.
Display lights up
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Display
Function / Element
Ready for operation
Door position: CLOSED
5.2 Status display
Display
Function / Element
3
Battery backup connected (optional)
Door position: OPEN
Fault message / Maintenance indicator in CLOSED
door position
4
Warning time indicator (only for programmed
automatic closing)
Photocell or closing edge safety device
Remote control
5.3 Express programming
External button
3
12
12
Level indicator (example: Level 2)
5678
Menu and parameter indicator
(example: Menu 3, Parameter 8)
90
34
5678
90
34
Status display
(example: 3 = Battery backup connected)
➔➔ „5.2 Status display“
To set the operator system properly in service and after every reset, the
express programming procedure must be carried out.
Requirements:
–– The door must be in the CLOSED position.
–– The carriage must be coupled up.
➔➔ „6.2 Release mechanism“
When in programming mode, the controls will revert automatically to
operating mode if a period of 120 seconds passes without any buttons
being pressed.
A corresponding fault number will be displayed.
➔➔ „10. Rectifying faults“
• Carry out the express programming procedure.
CHECK
Minute indicator
12
12
5678
90
34
Times exceeding one minute are shown in
­minutes and seconds.
Example: 1.2 = 1 minute + 20 seconds = ­
80 seconds
A function test must be carried out after express programming.
➔➔ „5.5 Function test“
5.4 Factory settings
Using the reset procedure, the operator parameters can be restored to
their original factory settings.
➔➔ „Level 1, Menu 8 – RESET“
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Express programming
1. Programming the “OPEN” door position
The control system is in
­operating mode.
P
P > 3 sec. < 10 sec.:
Start express programming.
Drive the door to the OPEN
position.
P
5.5 Function test
5.5.1 Programming run for setting the driving power
During the first two runs after the door positions have been programmed, the operator system determines the maximum required
driving power.
• Drive the operator system (with the door coupled up) from the
CLOSED door position to the OPEN position and back again,
­ ithout interruption.
w
• Check the driving power.
Check the driving power
1.
The control system is in
o­ perating mode.
2.
The door should open and
move to the saved “OPEN”
door position.
3.
The door should close and
move to the saved “CLOSED”
door position.
4.
The door operator should
move the door in the OPEN or
CLOSE direction. Richtung ZU
­bewegen.
Save the OPEN position.
2. Programming the “CLOSED” door position
Drive the door to the CLOSED
position.
P
Save the CLOSED position.
3. Programming the remote control
5.
Press the hand transmitter
button.
6.
The operator system should
stop.
The operator system should run
in the opposite direction.
Release the hand transmitter
button.
P
Save the remote control
setting.
End express programming.
The control system is in
­operating mode.
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5.5.2 Checking the automatic cut-out
WARNING!
Danger of injury due to incorrectly programmed values for
the door driving power!
• Check the automatic cut-out function in the OPEN and CLOSE
directions.
Automatic cut-out in the OPEN direction
This checking procedure only applies to operator systems that are
installed to operate doors that have openings in the door leaf (with
openings > 50 mm in diameter):
• During travel, apply a load of 20 kg to the door at the mid point of
the bottom edge of the door:
The door should stop immediately.
Automatic cut-out in the CLOSE direction
This checking procedure applies to all door systems.
• Place an object, 50 mm in height, on the floor.
• Drive the door towards the obstacle:
The operator system should stop and reverse when it touches the
obstacle.
The settings for the driving power in the OPEN and CLOSE directions
remain saved even if the mains power supply is interrupted.
The parameters are returned to the factory settings only after a reset.
➔➔ „Level 1, Menu 8 – RESET“
5.5.3 Checking the photocell
Photocell
• Check all the photocells individually by triggering them.
• Check all the photocells just before the door reaches the CLOSED
position.
Special points regarding door-frame photocells
–– A door-frame photocell must function above the position at which
it is installed. Below the installation position, the function of the
photocell is suppressed by the control unit.
–– If several photocells are connected, all the photocells function in
the same way as a door-frame photocell, if present.
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5.6 Special programming
WARNING!
Danger of injury due to incorrect settings for the door
driving power!
Important factory settings can be changed when programming the
special functions.
• Check the programmed parameter values.
• Check the programmed door driving power values after changes
have been made to the automatic cut-out setting.
➔➔ „5.5.2 Checking the automatic cut-out“
• Carry out the necessary measurements to validate the correct
force limitation.
NOTICE
Material damage resulting from incorrect programming of
the door operator.
After a reset, all the parameters are returned to the factory settings.
Safety elements that are operational and are connected to the system
will be recognised anew after a reset.
To ensure that the controls functions properly:
• Reprogram all the required functions.
• Reprogram the remote control.
• Drive the operator system once to the OPEN position and then the
CLOSED position.
If a photocell is connected, it will be automatically detected by the
control system as soon as the power supply is connected.
The photocell can be reprogrammed later.
Photocells that are not required must be disconnected before the
power supply is connected; otherwise they will be recognised by the
controls.
➔➔ „4.3.3 Terminal block XB03“
CHECK
A function test must be carried out after changes have been made in
programming mode.
➔➔ „5.5 Function test“
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5.6.1 Programming the special functions
5.6.2 Overview of the special functions
Programming procedure
Level
1
Basic functions
The control system is in
­operating mode.
1.
Menu
3 Intermediate OPEN position
4 Intermediate CLOSE position
7 Relay output
8 RESET
P
5678
12
2 Driving power required to CLOSE
3 Automatic cut-out in the OPEN direction
3
Automatic closing
timer
1 Automatic closing timer
3 Door open duration
4 Warning time
5 Start-up warning
3
45678
90
4.
Confirm the level required.
Display the first menu and the
programmed parameter.
12
3.
34
90
Select the level required
­(example: Level 2).
5678
1 Driving power required to OPEN
4 Automatic cut-out in the CLOSE direction
12
P
34
90
2.
P > 10 sec.:
Start programming the
­extended operator functions.
Display the levels.
2
Operator settings
7 Signal light
4
Remote
­programming
2 Intermediate OPEN position
3 Intermediate CLOSE position
4 OPEN
5 CLOSE
12
5.
3
90
Select the menu required
(example Menu 3).
45678
8 Operator lighting ON / OFF
5
Special functions
1 Programmable impulse input
3 Programmable input
4 Lighting duration
12
P
34
Change the parameter value.
12
7.
5 Hand-held programming device
7 Battery back-up
5678
6
Variable
speed
1 OPEN speed
2 Soft run OPEN speed
3 Soft run OPEN position
4 CLOSE speed
90
34
5678
90
6.
Confirm the menu required.
Display the programmed
­parameter value.
5 Smart run CLOSE speed
6 Soft run CLOSE speed
P
12
9 Soft start time OPEN
5678
7
Maintenance and
servicing
1 Door cycle counter
2 Servicing counter
3 Servicing interval
8 Reset maintenance and servicing
9 Fault indicator
or
9.
34
90
Select the next level required.
Continue programming.
8 Soft run CLOSE position
10 Soft start time CLOSE
12
P
Save the parameter value.
The control system switches to
display the levels
7 Smart run CLOSE position
5678
90
8.
34
P > 5 sec.:
Finish programming.
All the altered parameters are
saved.
The control system is in
­operating mode.
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Level
8
System settings
Menu
1 Photocell
2 Closing edge safety device
3 Automatic cut-out function
Level 1 – Basic functions
Menu 7 – R
elay output
(only programmable with optional signal light relay)
1
)) Signal light (present / not present)
➔➔ „Level 3, Menu 7 - Signal light“
5 Function of the direction command
­transmitters
2
Door position: OPEN
3
Door position: CLOSED
6 Function of the impulse command
­transmitters
4
Intermediate OPEN position
7 Stress relief in the CLOSED door position
(back jump)
5
Intermediate CLOSE position
6
Operator system starts (wiping impulse, 1 second)
7
Fault
8
Lighting duration
➔➔ „Level 5, Menu 4 - Lighting duration“
9
Locking mechanism release
(operator system running)
10
Locking mechanism release
(operator system inmobile)
11
Release lock (operator system starts /
wiping impulse, 3 seconds)
12
Push-open security device
13
Radio remote control (relay is activated for the
duration of the impulse)
14
Test impulse for the closing edge safety device
(relay transmits a test impulse and is activated for
300 ms)
4 Operating modes
8 Direction of rotation
9 Changing the display language
5.6.3 Contents of the special functions
Level 1 – Basic functions
Menu 3 – Intermediate OPEN position
Adjust the setting using the + (OPEN) and – (CLOSE)
buttons.
The closing function with automatic closing is possible.
Only the intermediate position that was programmed last
can be used.
Menu 4 – Intermediate CLOSE position
Adjust the setting using the + (OPEN) and – (CLOSE)
buttons.
The closing function with automatic closing is not possible.
Only the intermediate position that was programmed last
can be used.
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Menu 8 – RESET
The operator system can be reset to the factory settings.
1
)) No reset
2
Reset the controls
3
Reset the remote control (telegrams are deleted)
4
Reset the special function: automatic closing timer
➔➔ „Level 3 - Automatic closing timer“
5
Reset only the special operator functions (except
the OPEN/CLOSED door positions and the remote
control impulse)
6
Reset the safety elements (photocell / Hold circuit)
7
Reset bus modules (connected bus modules will be
programmed in)
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)
Level 2 – Door operator settings
Menu 1 – Driving power required to OPEN
Sensitivity in on a scale of 1 to 16
(the higher the number, the greater the driving power).
)) 8
Level 3 - Automatic closing timer
Menu 3 – Door open duration
2 – 250 seconds.
)) Dependent on Level 3, Menu 1
Menu 4 – Warning time
Menu 2 – Driving power required to CLOSE
Sensitivity in on a scale of 1 to 16
(the higher the number, the greater the driving power).
)) 8
Menu 3 – Automatic cut-out in the OPEN direction
Sensitivity on a scale of 1 (OFF) to 16
(the lower the number, the more sensitive the automatic
cut-out).
10
Menu 4 – Automatic cut-out in the CLOSE direction
Sensitivity on a scale of 1 (OFF) to 16
(the lower the number, the more sensitive the automatic
cut-out).
)) 10
Level 3 - Automatic closing timer
Menu 1 – Automatic closing timer
If the automatic closing function is activated, the ­relay
output (Level 1 / Menu 7) can be reprogrammed if
required.
1
)) Deactivated
2
Door open
duration 15 /­
­Warning time 5
3
Door open
duration 30 /
Warning time 5
4
Door open
duration 60 /
Warning time 8
5
Door open
duration 15 /
Warning time 5
6
Door open
duration 30 /
Warning time 5
7
Door open
duration 60 /
Warning time 8
8
Door open
duration infinite /
Warning time 3
The open duration can
only be increased via an
impulse signal
(button or hand
­transmitter).
1 – 70 seconds.
)) Dependent on Level 3, Menu 1
Menu 5 – Start-up warning
0 – 7 seconds.
)) 0
Menu 7 – Signal light
1
)) Door movement / Warning: Flashing
Door stationary: Off (energy saving)
2
Door movement / Warning: Light on
Door stationary: Off (energy saving)
3
Door movement / Warning: Flashing
Door stationary: Flashing
4
Door movement / Warning: Light on
Door stationary: light on
5
Door movement / Warning: Flashing
Door stationary: Light on
6
Door movement / Warning: Light on
Door stationary: Flashing
Level 4 – Remote programming
Menu 2 – Intermediate OPEN position
Parameter indicator flashes -> Press the hand transmitter
button -> Hand transmitter display also flashes ->
The function has been programmed.
Menu 3 – Intermediate CLOSE position
Parameter indicator flashes -> Press the hand transmitter
button -> Hand transmitter display also flashes ->
The function has been programmed.
Menu 4 – OPEN
The door open duration
ends after the photocell
has been triggered.
Parameter indicator flashes -> Press the hand transmitter
button -> Hand transmitter display also flashes ->
The function has been programmed.
Menu 5 – CLOSE
Door closes after the
p­ hotocell has been
triggered /
Closing prevention.
Parameter indicator flashes -> Press the hand transmitter
button -> Hand transmitter display also flashes ->
The function has been programmed.
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)17
Level 4 – Remote programming
Menu 8 – Operator lighting ON / OFF
Parameter indicator flashes -> Press the hand transmitter
button -> Hand transmitter display also flashes ->
The function has been programmed.
The “Radio remote control” function must not be
p­ rogrammed.
➔➔ „Level 1, Menu 7 - Relay output“
Level 5 – Special functions
Programming of the special functions is dependent on terminal block
XB03.
➔➔ „4.3.3 Terminal block XB03“
Menu 1 – Programmable impulse input (terminal 1/2)
1
)) Impulse (normally open contact only)
2
Closing prevention device (normally open contact
only)
3
Stops and reverses (only in the CLOSE direction –
normally closed contact only)
4
Stops and reverses (only in the CLOSE direction –
normally open contact only)
5
OPEN impulse (induction loop – normally open
contact only)
6
Earlier closing possible by pressing the buttons on
the input device or hand transmitter > 2 seconds
Menu 3 – Programmable input (XW81)
1
Impulse (normally open contact only)
2
Impulse RC (normally open contact only)
3
Closing prevention device (normally open contact
only)
4
Stops and reverses (only in the CLOSE direction –
normally closed contact only)
5
Stops and reverses (only in the CLOSE direction –
normally open contact only)
6
OPEN impulse (normally open contact only)
7
Stop (normally closed contact only)
8
Earlier closing possible by pressing the buttons on
the input device or hand transmitter > 2 seconds
9
Automatic closing timer ON / OFF
Level 5 – Special functions
Menu 7 – Battery back-up
1
)) Battery back-up deactivated
2
Battery back-up active
Level 6 – Variable speed
Menu 1 – OPEN speed
On a scale of 5 to 16.
)) 16
Menu 2 – Soft run OPEN speed
On a scale of 1 to 16.
)) 7
Menu 3 – Soft run OPEN position
Adjust the setting using the + (OPEN) and – (CLOSE)
buttons.
Menu 4 – CLOSE speed
On a scale of 5 to 16.
)) 16
Menu 5 – Smart run CLOSE speed
On a scale of 5 to 16.
)) 7
Menu 6 – Soft run CLOSE speed
On a scale of 1 to 16.
)) 7
Menu 7 – Smart run CLOSED position
Adjust the setting using the + (OPEN) and – (CLOSE)
buttons.
Menu 8 – Soft run CLOSE position
Adjust the setting using the + (OPEN) and – (CLOSE)
buttons.
Menu 4 – Lighting duration
2 – 250 seconds.
)) 3.0 (180 seconds)
Menu 5 – Hand-held programming device
18
1
)) Operation and programming option
2
Operation only
Menu 9 – Soft start time OPEN
1
)) Soft start time 1 second
2
Soft start time 2 seconds
3
Soft start time 3 seconds
4
Soft start time 6 seconds
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)
Level 6 – Variable speed
Menü 10 – Soft start time CLOSE
Level 7 – Maintenance and servicing
Menu 9 – Fault indicator
Shows the current fault message.
(No more than 16 fault messages can be viewed).
1
)) Soft start time 1 second
2
Soft start time 2 seconds
3
Soft start time 3 seconds
Display the previous fault /
Navigate through the list of faults
4
Soft start time 6 seconds
Navigate through the list of faults
Level 7 – Maintenance and servicing
Menu 1 – Door cycle counter
Six-figure indicator showing the number of door operations, up to 999999.
Figures shown one after the other up to the indicator
point, then repeated.
Menu 2 – Servicing counter
Five-figure indicator showing the number of door
o­ perations still to go, up to maintenance indication.
Figures shown one after the other up to the indicator
point, then repeated.
Level 8 – System settings
Door reverses a short distance:
The operator system moves the door slightly in the opposite direction
in order to release an obstacle.
Door reverses over a long distance:
The operator system moves the door all the way to the OPEN ­position.
Menu 1 – Photocell
1
)) Operation without photocell
2
2-wire photocell
(terminal block XB03 - terminal 70/71),
Door movement in CLOSE direction: door reverses
over a long distance
3
External photocell
(terminal block XB03 - terminal 70/71),
Door movement in CLOSE direction: door reverses
over a long distance
Menu 3 – Servicing interval
Adjustment of the number of door operations to be
­completed before a servicing reminder is displayed.
1
)) OFF
2
100 door operations
3
500 door operations
4
1,000 door operations
5
4,000 door operations
6
5,000 door operations
7
6,000 door operations
8
7,000 door operations
9
8,000 door operations
10
9,000 door operations
11
10,000 door operations
12
15,000 door operations
13
20,000 door operations
14
30,000 door operations
15
40,000 door operations
16
50,000 door operations
Menu 2 – Closing edge safety device
1
)) Door movement in OPEN direction:
door ­reverses a short distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door ­reverses a short distance
2
Door movement in OPEN direction:
door reverses a short distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses over a long distance
3
Door movement in OPEN direction:
door reverses over a long distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses over a long distance
4
Door movement in OPEN direction:
door reverses over a long distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses over a long distance
Menu 8 – Reset maintenance and servicing
The fault log for maintenance, diagnostics and servicing
work is reset here.
1
)) No reset
2
Reset the fault log
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)19
Level 8 – System settings
Menu 3 – Automatic cut-out function
1
)) Door movement in OPEN direction: door stops
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door ­reverses a short distance
2
Door movement in OPEN direction:
door reverses a short distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses a short distance
3
Door movement in OPEN direction: door stops
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses a short distance
4
Door movement in OPEN direction:
door reverses over a long distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses over a long distance
5
Door movement in OPEN direction:
door reverses a short distance
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
door reverses over a long distance
Menu 4 – Operating modes
1
Door movement in OPEN direction: Deadman
Door movement in CLOSE direction: Deadman
2
Door movement in OPEN direction:
Press-and-release
Door movement in CLOSE direction: Deadman
3
Door movement in OPEN direction: Deadman
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
Press-and-release
4
)) Door movement in OPEN direction:
Press-and-release
Door movement in CLOSE direction:
Press-and-release
Menu 5 – Function of the direction command transmitters
20
1
)) Direction command transmitters not activated:
The direction command transmitters trigger a
command only when the door is stationary.
2
Direction command transmitters, STOP only:
A moving door is stopped by every direction
­command transmitter.
Level 8 – System settings
Menu 6 – Function of the impulse command transmitters
1
Impulse command transmitters not activated:
The impulse command transmitters trigger a
­command only when the door is stationary.
2
Impulse command transmitters, STOP only, then
standard sequence:
A moving door is stopped by every impulse
command transmitter. A subsequent command will
start the operator system moving in the opposite
direction.
(OPEN - STOP - CLOSE - STOP - OPEN).
3
)) Impulse command transmitters, STOP only, then
standard sequence:
A moving door is stopped by every impulse
command transmitter. A subsequent command
will start the operator system moving in the
opposite direction
(OPEN - STOP - CLOSE - STOP - OPEN).
With automatic closing, there is no STOP in the
OPEN direction.
Menu 7 – S tress relief in the CLOSED door position
(back jump)
1
)) Back jump not activated
2
Back jump activated – short
3
Back jump activated – medium
4
Back jump activated – long
Menu 8 – Direction of rotation
1
)) Standard
2
Reversed direction of rotation
Menu 9 – Changing the display language
The plain text display can be set to 16 different languages.
1
)) German
2
English
3
French
4
Dutch
5
Italian
6
Spanish
7
Czech
8
Russian
9
Polish
10
Norwegian
11
Swedish
12
…
13
…
14
…
15
…
16
…
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)
6. Operation
WARNING!
Danger of injury due to uncontrolled operation of the
door!
• Operate the controls or the hand transmitter only when there are
no persons or objects in the path of the door.
• Ensure that the controls and the hand transmitter are never used
by children or unauthorised persons.
• Ensure that the hand transmitter cannot be operated by accident
(in a trouser pocket, for example).
Transmitting the code
1.
Connect the hand transmitter to
the transmission plug.
2.
Press the button on the master
transmitter.
Keep the button pressed.
The LED lights up.
3.
Press the button on the hand
transmitter which is to be given a
new code.
The LED flashes.
4.
The LED lights up.
The coding procedure is
­completed.
5.
Remove the transmission plug.
NOTICE
Danger of damage to property due to uncontrolled
­movement of the door!
When the door moves, the hand chain can get caught and this
could result in damage (in the case of ceiling-mounted supports for
­example).
• Ensure that there are no obstacles blocking the path of the door
or the hand chain.
6.1 Hand transmitter
The operator works with the supplied hand transmitter on the basis of
a pulse sequence control system.
Operating the door using the hand transmitter
1.
2.
3.
4.
For multi-button transmitters, each button can be programmed with a
different function.
Changing the code
The control system is in
­operating mode.
1.
Plug the transmission plug into the
hand transmitter.
1. Impulse:
The door opens and moves in
the OPEN direction
2.
Short-circuit one of the two outer
pins with the centre pin adjacent
to it (e.g. using a screw driver).
2. Impulse.
The operator system stops.
3.
Press the desired button on the
hand transmitter.
The LED flashes.
3. Impulse:
The door moves in the opposite
direction (CLOSE direction).
4.
The LED lights up.
The coding procedure is
­completed.
5.
Remove the transmission plug.
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)21
After the hand transmitter has been re-coded, the operator system
must also be re-programmed to respond to the new code.
For multi-channel transmitters, the programming process must be
­carried out for each button separately.
Changing the battery
1
1.
Open the hand transmitter.
6.2 Release mechanism
CAUTION!
Danger of injury due to uncontrolled movement of the
door!
When the release mechanism is operated, uncontrolled door
­movements could occur:
–– If the door springs are weak or broken.
–– If the door is not balanced.
• When the mechanism is released, only move the door carefully
and at a moderate speed!
NOTICE
2.
Replace the battery.
Danger of damage to property due to uncontrolled
­movement of the door!
When opening the door manually, the carriage could collide with the
carriage stop.
• When the mechanism is released, only move the door carefully
and at a moderate speed!
6.2 / 1 6.2 / 2
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7. Maintenance
9. Disposal
To ensure fault-free operation, the door system must be inspected
regularly and, if necessary, be repaired. Before starting work on the
door system, the operator system must always be disconnected from
the power supply.
Do not dispose of old equipment or batteries with the normal household waste!
• Dispose of old devices at a waste collection centre for electronic
waste or via your specialist dealer.
• Dispose of old batteries in a battery recycling container or via a
specialist dealer.
• Dispose of the packaging material in the special waste collection
containers for paper, cardboard and plastic.
• C
heck once a month that the operator system reverses when the
door touches an obstacle. To check this, place an obstacle, 50 mm
in height, in the path of the door in the direction of travel.
• Check the settings of the automatic cut-out in the OPEN and
CLOSE directions.
➔➔ „5.5.2 Checking the automatic cut-out“
• Check all the moving parts of the door system and door operator
system.
• Check the door system for signs of damage or wear and tear.
• Move the door manually to check that the door travels easily and
smoothly.
Care and cleaning
DANGER!
Life-threatening danger due to electric shock!
• It is vital that you disconnect the operator system from the
power supply before cleaning. Take measures to ensure that
the power supply remains disconnected for the duration of the
cleaning operation.
10. Rectifying faults
Faults with no fault messages
LCD display does not light up or display information.
No supply voltage present.
• Check that the mains voltage supply is operational.
• Check the electrical connection.
The thermal overload protection in the mains transformer
has been triggered.
• Allow the transformer to cool down.
Control unit defective.
• Have the operator system checked.
NOTICE
Damage resulting from incorrect operation!
When cleaning the operator system, never use:
direct water jets, high pressure cleaners, acids or alkaline solutions.
• Clean the outside of the housing using a damp, soft cloth that
does not shed fibres.
If particularly dirty, the housing can be cleaned using a mild detergent.
8. Disassembly
DANGER!
Life-threatening danger due to electric shock!
• It is vital that you disconnect the operator system from the power supply before disassembly. Take measures to ensure that the
power supply remains disconnected during disassembly.
WARNING!
Possibility of serious injury due to falling components!
• Before disassembling the operator system, secure it to prevent it
from falling.
• Observe all the applicable health and safety regulations.
The system must be disassembled by a qualified technician, following
the installation instructions in reverse.
No reaction after impulse signal.
Connection terminals for “impulse” button are bridged,
e.g. due to flat terminals or a short circuit in the wiring.
• If key switches or interior push buttons are connected, try disconnecting them from the control unit:
remove cables from the XB03 terminal block, insert
the shorting plug and search for the wiring fault.
➔➔ „4.3.3 Terminal block XB03“
No reaction after an impulse signal has been transmitted by
the hand transmitter.
Modular antenna is not plugged in.
• Connect the modular antenna to the control unit.
➔➔ „4.4 Completing the installation“
Hand transmitter code does not correspond to the
r­ eceiver code.
• Activate the hand transmitter anew.
➔➔ „5.3 Express programming“
The battery in the hand transmitter is empty.
• Insert new battery.
➔➔ „6.1 Hand transmitter“
Remote control deactivated (“external button“ symbol
flashes).
• Reactivate remote control by pressing + (OPEN) or
– (CLOSE) button on the operator.
The hand transmitter, control electronics or modular
antenna are defective.
• Have all 3 components checked.
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)23
Faults with no fault messages
The operator system reverses when the door-frame
­photocell is triggered.
The system was not programmed correctly.
• Reset the safety devices.
➔➔ „Level 1, Menu 8 – RESET“
• Carry out the express programming procedure again.
➔➔ „5.3 Express programming“
Short or no range.
• Hand transmitter faulty.
• Check hand transmitter and replace if necessary.
Antenna faulty or incorrectly installed.
• Check/replace antenna.
• Move the antenna to the lintel or outside the garage;
if necessary install outdoor antenna.
Interference on the frequency band used.
• Set to alternative frequency.
Operator lighting does not work.
Light bulb broken.
• Replace LED.
In case of other faults.
• Note the error message (see LCD display).
• Have article no., production no. and revision status
(see rating plate) ready for queries.
• Instructions for resetting and putting back into
­operation are given in the installation instructions.
Faults with fault messages
The system indicates recognised faults by showing a fault number (example: fault number 7).
The control system switches to reporting mode.
In operating mode, the last fault number can be
shown by pressing the P button.
Fault number 7
Programming mode will end automatically if 120 seconds
elapse without a button being pressed.
• Start the programming procedure again.
Fault number 9
Rotational speed sensor impulse not present,
operator system is obstructed.
• Have the operator system checked.
Faults with fault messages
Fault number 10
The door does not move easily or is obstructed.
• Take measures to ensure that the door moves freely
and smoothly.
The maximum driving power has been set too low.
• Have the maximum driving power checked by a
specialist dealer.
➔➔ „Level 2, Menu 1 - Driving power required to OPEN“
➔➔ „Level 2, Menu 2 - Driving power required to CLOSE“
Fault number 11
Excess travel stop.
• Have the operator system checked.
Fault number 15
Photocell triggered or defective.
• Remove obstacle or have the photocell checked.
Photocell programmed but not connected.
• Deactivate or connect the photocell.
Fault number 16
The current sensor for the automatic cut-out is defective.
• Have the motor unit checked.
Fault number 26
The operator system is overloaded when the driving
power is set to 16 (maximum).
• Have the external power supply checked.
Fault number 28
The door does not move easily or smoothly or is
­obstructed.
• Check the door movement and take measures to
ensure that the door moves freely and smoothly.
Automatic cut-out setting is too sensitive.
• Have the automatic cut-out function checked by a
specialist dealer.
➔➔ „Level 2, Menu 3 – Automatic cut-out in the OPEN
direction“
➔➔ „Level 2, Menu 4 – Automatic cut-out in the CLOSE
direction“
Fault number 30
MS bus fault.
• Reset the bus modules.
➔➔ „Level 1, Menu 8 – RESET“
• Have the connected bus modules checked.
Fault number 33
Rise in temperature due to overheating.
• Allow the motor unit to cool down.
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Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)
Faults with fault messages
Fault number 35
Electronic defect.
• Have the operator system checked.
Fault number 36
Wire jumper removed but stop button not connected.
• Plug in stop button or insert shorting plug.
➔➔ „4.3 Connection of control elements“
Operator system released or closed circuit interrupted.
• Engage the operator system.
Fault number 48
The door does not move easily or smoothly or is
­obstructed.
• Check the door movement and take measures to
ensure that the door moves freely and smoothly.
The CLOSED door position has not been set correctly.
• Check and, if necessary, reset the OPEN and CLOSED
door positions.
• Check the door.
11. Appendix
11.1 Technical Data
Electrical data
Rated voltage, regional deviations
are possible
V
230 / 260
Rated frequency
Hz
50 / 60
Current input
A
1.1
kW
0.25
Power consumption in operation*
Power consumption in standby*
W
approx. 4
Duty cycle
min.
short-term 2
Control voltage
V DC
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Protection category of motor unit
IP 20
Protection class
II
* without any additional equipment connected
Mechanical data
Max. push and pull force
Max. travel speed
Opening time, dependent on door
type
N
Comfort 260: 550
Comfort 270: 750
Comfort 280: 1,000
mm/s
160
s
approx. 14
kg
Comfort 260: 6.4
Comfort 270: 6.5
Comfort 280: 6.6
dB(A)
< 70
°C
-20
°C
+60
125
Environmental data
Dimensions of the operator system
19
0
Weight (total)
Sound pressure level
360
Temperature range
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)25
Areas of application
Up-and-over doors
–– max. door width
–– max. door weight
Sectional doors with
single-wall door leaf
–– max. door width
–– max. door weight
Sectional doors with
double-wall door leaf
–– max. door width
–– max. door weight
Retractable up-and-over doors
and canopy doors
–– max. door width
–– max. door height
–– max. door weight
Max. cycles
Comfort
260
270
280
mm
kg
3,500
90
5,000
165
6,000
200
mm
kg
5,000
90
5,500
165
6,000
200
mm
kg
3,000
90
5,500
165
6,000
200
mm
mm
kg
3,500
2,250
90
5,000
2,250
165
6,000
2,250
200
per day
16
28
48
x
x
x
x
x
–
x
x
–
Suitable for operator booms
with
–– roller chain
–– toothed drive belt
–– ball chain
11.2 Declaration of Incorporation
We hereby declare that in its design and construction, and in the form
as delivered, the product mentioned below complies with the relevant
basic requirements of the EC Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC).
This declaration shall no longer be valid if changes are made to the
product without our authorisation.
–– Low voltage directive 2006/95/EC
EN 60335-1:2002
EN 60335-2-95:2004
The relevant technical documentation is compiled in accordance with
Annex VII(B) of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. We undertake to
transmit, in response to a reasoned request by the market surveillance
authorities, this information in electronic form within a reasonable
term.
The machinery is incomplete and must not be put into service until
the machinery into which it is to be ­incorporated has been declared in
conformity with the provisions of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
01.07.2012
M. Hörmann
Management
Person authorised to compile the relevant technical documentation:
Marantec Antriebs- und Steuerungstechnik
GmbH & Co. KG
Remser Brook 11 · 33428 Marienfeld · Germany
Phone: +49 5247 705-0
Product: Garage door operator Comfort 260, 270, 280
Revision status: R01
In addition, the partly completed machinery is in ­conformity with the
EC Construction Products Directive 89/106/EC, the EC Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC and the EC Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC.
–– Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Health and safety requirements applied according to Annex 1:
General principles No. 1 No. 1.1.2, 1.1.3, 1.1.5, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3,
1.2.6, 1.3.1, 1.3.4, 1.3.7, 1.3.8, 1.3.9, 1.5.1, 1.5.4, 1.5.6, 1.5.8,
1.5.14, 1.7
EN 60204-1:2006
EN ISO 12100:2010
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
Cat. 2 / PLC for the functions of power limitation and end position
detection
–– EMC electromagnetic compatibility 2004/108/EC
EN 55014-1:2006
EN 61000-3-2:2008
EN 61000-3-3:2008
EN 61000-6-2:2005
EN 61000-6-3:2007
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Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)
11.3 EC Declaration of Conformity
We hereby declare that in its design and construction, and in the
form as brought onto the market by us, the product mentioned below
complies with the relevant basic requirements of the EC directives
mentioned below.
This declaration shall no longer be valid if changes are made to the
product without our authorisation.
Product:
Door designation
Operator designation
Relevant EC directives:
–– Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC
–– Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
–– Electromagnetic Compatibility 2004/108/EC
–– Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
The relevant technical documentation is compiled in accordance with
Annex VII(B) of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. We undertake to
transmit, in response to a reasoned request by the market surveillance
authorities, this information in electronic form within a reasonable
term.
The machinery is incomplete and must not be put into service until
the machinery into which it is to be ­incorporated has been declared in
conformity with the provisions of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
Installer
Address, postcode, town/city
Date / Signature
Operating instructions, Comfort 260, 270, 280 (#100316 – GB)27
Type plate
Typ (A)
Rev (B)
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Art. No. (C)
Prod. No. (D)
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A
Remser Brook 11
DE - 33428 Marienfeld
B
/
C
D
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