sprint 550 SL
duo 500-, 650 SL
&
marathon 550-, 800-, 1100 SL
&
Original installation and operating instructions
41040V001-442006-0-OCE-Rev.E
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Contents
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Functions and Connections marathon . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Symbols
2
Obstacle recognition (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
23
Safety instructions
2
Safety connection function 1 (DIP 2)
23
Normal Use
2
Early warning period (DIP 5)
23
Maximum door dimensions*
3
Backjump (DIP 6)
23
Technical data
4
Defined opening and closing (DIP 7)
23
EU manufacturers’ declaration
4
Partial opening (DIP 8)
23
Preparations for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Automatic close mode (DIP 4)
24
24
Safety instructions
5
Terminal bar, 24-poles
Supplied components
5
Trolley board
25
Connecting push-button 1
25
7
Connecting push-button 2
25
7
Connecting light barrier 1
25
7
Connecting the 8.2 kOhm bar
25
Connecting light Barrier 2
25
24 Volt connection
26
Connecting warning lamp 1
26
General Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safety instructions
Door types and special accessories*
Installation tips
Installation sprint / marathon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pre-installation
8
Installation
8
Fitting and connecting push-button
10
Installing the socket outlet
10
Installation duo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Selection of installation option
11
Pre-assembly for installation options A/C
11
Pre-assembly for installation option B
12
Installation (example: option B)
13
Installing and connecting the control unit
14
Installing the socket outlet
16
Installing and connecting and additional push-button
16
18
Setting door OPEN + CLOSED final travel positions
18
Teaching in drive
18
Checking emergency release
19
Checking force setting
19
Operation and Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Safety instructions
20
Opening door
20
Closing door
20
Pulse sequence of door movement
20
Emergency release
20
Control reset
20
Radio remote control receiver
21
Description of display and push-buttons
21
Teaching in manual remote control
21
What is push-button 2 used for?
22
26
12 Volt connection
26
Floating relay output
26
Connecting external Aerial
26
Connecting Fraba system
27
Functions and Connections sprint / duo . . . . . . . . . . 28
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Safety Instructions
Connecting warning lamp 2
Obstacle recognition (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
28
Connecting button 2 (DIP 2)
28
Direct socket unit
28
Connecting warning lamp (DIP 4)
28
Warning time (DIP 5)
28
Backjump (DIP 6)
28
Connecting light barrier
28
Defined opening and closing (DIP 7)
29
Trolley board
29
Partial opening (DIP 8)
29
Connect external antenna
29
Maintenance and Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Important information
30
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Disassembly
30
Correct disposal
30
Warranty and after-sales service
30
Regular checks
32
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Further troubleshooting tips
1
33
General Information
Symbols
1
(1)
Radio remote control
Caution symbol:
Indicates a potential risk. Failure to follow instructions may
result in serious injuries.
• The radio remote control may only be used for equipment and systems
in which defective remote operation of the transmitter or radio receiver
does not constitute a risk to people, animals or property, or in cases
where this risk is eliminated by means of additional safety facilities.
Note symbol:
Information, useful advice.
• The user must be made aware of the fact that the remote control of
equipment with accident risk potential may only occur, if at all, when the
equipment concerned is clearly visible.
• Radio remote control may only be used if movement of the door can be
supervised and there are no persons or objects in the area of movement.
Refers to the relevant illustration in the introduction or main
text.
• Store the manual remote control such that there is no risk of it being
accidentally operated by, for instance, children or animals.
• The operator of this radio-controlled equipment is in no way protected
from interference from other telecommunications systems and facilities
(e.g. other radio-controlled equipment that is licensed to operate at the
same frequency range). Should serious interference be encountered,
please contact your nearest telecommunications office with interference
measuring facilities (radio signal localisation)!
Safety instructions
General
• Installation, connection and initial operation of the drive mechanism may
only be carried out by qualified specialists.
• Do not use the manually-operated remote control near locations or
installations that are susceptible to radio interference (airports,
hospitals).
• Only install the drive mechanism to correctly aligned and weightbalanced doors. An incorrectly aligned door could cause serious injury or
damage to the drive mechanism.
• The manufacturer cannot be made liable for any damage or disruptions
to operation occurring due to non-compliance with the Installation and
Operating Instructions.
Rating plate
• Ensure that these Installation and Operating Instructions are located in
the garage in an easily accessible place.
Exact type designation and date of manufacture (month/year) of the drive
are to be found on the rating plate.
• Observe and comply with the locally applicable accident prevention
regulations and EC standards.
Normal use
The rating plate is located on the cover of the control unit housing.
• Observe and comply with the directive on 'Power-driven Windows, Doors
and Gates - BGR 232' issued by the Employers' Liability Insurance
Association (valid for the given user in Germany).
Caution! Risk of serious damage to drive!
Do not open or close the door with the drive system without first
adjusting the balance weight (springs tensions). Otherwise, the
motor (gear system) might be seriously damaged.
• Always disconnect the drive mechanism from the power supply before
carrying out any work.
Caution! Risk to life and limb!
Remove all ropes and loops that are required for the manual
operation of the door.
• Only use the manufacturer's original spare parts, accessories and fixing
material.
• The drive is designed for the exclusive purpose of opening and closing
doors. Any other use does not constitute normal use. The manufacturer
accepts no liability for damage resulting from use other than normal use.
The user accepts sole responsibility for any risk thereby incurred.
Storage
• The drive mechanism may only be stored indoors, in a dry, sealed
environment at an ambient temperature of between -20°C and +50°C.
• Doors operating automatically with a drive must comply with the
standards and directives valid at the given time: e.g. EN 12604,
EN 12605.
• The drive mechanism should be stored horizontally.
+50°
20°
• The drive system may only be operated if it is in proper working order.
Always follow standard safety procedures and adhere to the instructions
in this installation and operating manual.
• Any defects that may impair the safe operation of the equipment should
be eliminated without delay.
Operation
• The door leaves must be stable and twist-proof, i.e. they should not bend
or twist during opening or closing operations.
• The drive mechanism may only be operated after a risk-free force
tolerance has been set. Select the lowest possible force tolerance to
reduce the risk of injury.
• The drive mechanism is unable to compensate for any defects in the
door or for its incorrect installation.
• Only use the drive mechanism in a dry, indoor environment where there
is no risk of explosion.
• Keep your hands clear of any moving door or any moving parts.
• Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
• Do not use drive in rooms where a hostile environment prevails
(e.g. salty air).
• Only drive into and out of the garage when the door is fully opened.
• Risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door system's
moving parts or edges where it closes.
• If the door is not equipped with a small door, or if there is no alternative
access to the garage, install an emergency release system (emergency
release lock or control cable) that can be activated from the outside.
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General Information
Maximum door dimensions *
sprint
marathon
Max. width
- Up-and-over door:
4000
mm
- Sectional door:
4000
mm
- Swing door **:
2800
- Canopy and non-protruding door:
3500
6000
8000
mm
5000
6000
8000
mm
- Swing door **:
2800
2800
mm
mm
2350
3150
mm
mm
mm
- Duty cycle:
4000
5500
7500
mm
- Up-and-over door:
Rail 2600
Rail 3400
2600
3400
2600
3400
2600
3400
mm
mm
- Sectional door:
Rail 2600
Rail 3400
2350
3150
2350
3150
2350
3150
mm
mm
- Swing door **:
2800
3000
Height (approx.)
mm
2600
mm
2350
mm
- Swing door:
2800
mm
- Side-opening sectional door or lateral shutter door:
2300
mm
- Canopy and non-protruding door:
1900
mm
Duty cycle:
%
15
500 SL
5000
- Sectional door:
2800
- Sectional door:
duo
- Up-and-over door:
- Side-opening sectional door or lateral shutter door:
Rail 2600
2350
2350
Rail 3400
3150
3150
Height (approx.)
- Up-and-over door:
800 SL 1100 SL
Max. width
550 SL
- Side-opening sectional door or lateral shutter door:
2350
550 SL
650 SL
3500
mm
- Side-opening sectional door or lateral shutter door:
2500
3000
3500
mm
- Canopy and non-protruding door:
Rail 2600
1900
Rail 3400
2700
1900
2700
1900
2700
mm
mm
40
40
Duty cycle:
Max. width
40
%
- Up-and-over door:
3500
5000
mm
* door conforming to EN 12604, EN 12605
- Sectional door:
3500
5000
mm
- Swing door **:
-
2800
mm
** with standard wing-door hinges prod. no. 1501.
If a higher door is required, rails of the respective length must be
ordered. Alternatively, the necessary height can be achieved by installing
rail extensions. Please contact your stockist for more information.
- Side-opening sectional door or lateral shutter door:
Rail 2600
2350
2350
Rail 3000
2750
2750
Rail 3400
3150
3150
mm
mm
mm
- Up-and-over door:
mm
-
4000
Technical data
General
Height (approx.)
- Up-and-over door:
Rail 2600
Rail 3000
Rail 3400
2600
3000
3400
2600
3000
3400
mm
mm
mm
- Sectional door:
Rail 2600
Rail 3000
Rail 3400
2350
2750
3150
2350
2750
3150
mm
mm
mm
- Swing door **:
Rail 2600
-
2800
mm
- Side-opening sectional door or lateral shutter door:
Rail 2600
2300
3000
- Canopy and non-protruding door:
Rail 2600
Rail 3000
Rail 3400
Duty cycle:
15
1900
2300
2700
15
Rated voltage:
220 …240
Rated frequency:
50/60
V/AC
Light:
max. 32,5 V, max. 34 W, BA 15s
alternatively 24 V, 21 W, BA 15s
Operating temp. range:
-20 - +50
Protection class:
IP 20
Hz
°C
Workplace-specific emission value < 75 dBA - operator only
sprint
mm
mm
mm
mm
%
550
N
Rated traction:
165
N
Rated current consumption:
0,7
A
Rated power consumption:
140
W
Maximum speed:
160
mm/s
Power consumption, stand-by:
~7
W
Weight:
17,0
Packaging (L x W x H):
3
550 SL
maximum traction and
pressure force:
kg
1980 x 240 x 180
mm
General Information
duo
EU manufacturers’ declaration
500 SL
650 SL
Maximum traction and
pressure force:
500
650
N
Rated traction:
150
195
N
Rated current consumption:
0,5
0,7
A
Rated power consumption:
110
150
W
Maximum speed:
150
180
mm/s
Power consumption, stand-by:
~7
~2
W
Weight with: rail 2600:
rail 3000:
rail 3400:
16,0
17,4
18,4
16,0
17,4
18,4
kg
kg
kg
Messrs.
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21-27
D-73230 Kirchheim/Teck
herewith declares that its drives:
- sprint 550 SL
- duo 500 SL, 650 SL
- marathon 550 SL, 800 SL, 1100 SL
comply with the following directives:
- Machine Directive 98/37/EG
- Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EWG
- EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 73/23/EWG
Packaging (L x W x H):
- Drive
790 x 160 x 160
mm
- rail 2600
1665 x 160 x 50
mm
- rail 3000
1860 x 160 x 50
mm
- rail 3400
2060 x 160 x 50
mm
Above all, the following standards/draft standards were applied:
- EN 12 453:2000, EN 12 445:2000, EN 60204-1:1997, EN 954-1:1996
- DIN V VDE 0801, EN 60335-1:1994
Please note:
The door system may not be commissioned until such time as it has been
established that the system in which the given drive is to be installed
satisfies the specifications of all relevant EU directives.
Kirchheim, 29.01.2002
Uwe Sommer
Managing Director
EU Conformity Declaration
marathon
550 SL
800 SL 1100 SL
Messrs
Maximum traction and
pressure force:
550
800
1100
N
Rated traction:
165
240
330
N
Rated current consumption:
0,7
0,8
0,9
A
Rated power consumption:
150
160
190
W
Maximum speed:
180
130
130
mm/s
Power consumption, stand-by:
~2
~2
~2
W
Weight with: rail 2600:
rail 3400:
18,0
20,4
18,5
20,9
19,0
21,4
kg
kg
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21-27
D-73230 Kirchheim/Teck
declares herewith that the product designated below complies
with the relevant fundamental requirements as per Article 3 of
the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EG, insofar as the product is used
correctly, and that the following standards apply:
Product:
RM04-868-2, RM03-868-4, RX01-868-2/4,
RFSDT-868-1, RFSW-868-1, RM02-868-2,
RM06-868-2, RM04-868-1, RM02-868-2-TIGA,
RM08-868-2, RM01-868,
RM02-434-2, RM03-434-4, RM04-434-2
The relevant guidelines and standards are:
- ETSI EN 300220-1:09-2000, -3:09-2000
- ETSI EN 301489-1:07-2004, -3:08-2002
- DIN EN 60950-1:03-2003
Packaging (L x W x H):
- rail 2600
1980 x 240 x 180
mm
- rail 3400
2365 x 240 x 180
mm
RF Remote Control for doors & gates
Type:
Kirchheim/Teck, 04.08.2004
Frank Sommer
Managing Director
4
Preparations for Installation
Safety instructions
Personal protective equipment
• The power cable supplied as standard may be neither shortened nor
lengthened.
• The voltage of the power source must correspond to that indicated on
the drive's rating plate.
• All devices requiring external connection must be equipped with safe
contact separation as per IEC 364-4-41 to isolate them from the mains
voltage supply.
• Live parts of the drive (voltage-carrying parts e.g. C-rails) may not be
connected to earth or to the live parts or protective conductors of other
circuits.
• Protective goggles (for drilling)
• IEC 364-4-41 must be observed when laying the external device
conductors.
Installing wicket-door facility or
release lock
• Protective gloves (for handling of cut perforated steel strips, etc.)
Caution! Risk to life and limb!
Remove all ropes and loops that are required for the manual
operation of the door.
• If your garage door is fitted with a wicket door but no wicket-door safety
facility, you need to have one installed (see 'Accessories' instructions).
• If your door has no wicket door and your garage has no separate
entrance, install a release lock or Bowden wire to facilitate drive mechanism release from the outside (see 'Accessories' instructions).
Supplied components
• The scope of delivery may vary according to the type of drive supplied.
sprint
10
4
1
3
6
5
12
9
sp
rin
t 55
0 S,
55
0 SL
D
ma
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n 55
0-,
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ta
on
M
11
00
d
un
ng
tu
ei
nl
sa
bs
rie
et
B
2
30
3
-
Tools required
7
65
0 SL
SL
1
D
8
du
o 50
0 S,
80
0-,
11
duo
Mit SOMMER sind Sie immer gut ausgerichtet!
10
5
3
7
3
4
6
1
13
2
sp
rin
t 55
0 S,
8
55
0 SL
D
ma
rat
ho
n 55
0-,
ge
ta
on
M
11
00
d
un
ng
tu
ei
nl
sa
bs
rie
et
B
30
5
65
0 SL
SL
1
D
9
du
o 50
0 S,
80
0-,
11
12
Preparations for Installation
marathon
10
4
1
3
Rev. E
6
5
12
9
t
n
ri
sp
0
55
0
, 55
S
L
S
n
o
h
at
ar
m
o
u
d
D
00
, 11
0, 80
055
on
ge
un
d
0
, 65
S
ta
0
50
M
et
L
S
L
S
B
rie
sa
bs
nl
ei
tu
ng
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
30
-
3
-
Item
1.
7
1
D
8
2
Component
sprint
duo
Control housing
1
(push-button line, mains cable, illumination)
Control housing
1
(push-button, mains cable, illumination)
Trolley
Trolley (chain case)
1
1
C-rails (coated)
C-rails (uncoated)
2
2
Slide-on module (coated)
Slide-on module (uncoated)
2
2
Switch trigger "H"
1
1
Switch trigger "V"
1
1
Chain (marathon)
Chain in chain case (sprint)
1
(plastic chain case is not packaging - do not remove)
Chain in chain case (duo)
1
(plastic chain case is not packaging - do not remove)
Connecting rod
1
1
Door hinge
1
1
Suspension bracket
1
1
Installation and operating manual
1
1
Assembly kit (sprint/marathon)
1
Assembly kit (duo)
1
Slide-in module with control line
1
(length 5,000 mm)
11
marathon
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
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General Installation Information
Safety instructions
Installation tips
• Installation, connection and initial operation of the drive mechanism may
only be carried out by qualified specialists.
• Check that all the parts have been supplied before you start installation
work in order to save time and unnecessary work if a part is missing.
• Do not operate the door when people, animals or objects are in its area
of movement.
• Installation work can be carried out quickly and reliably by two persons.
• The drive mechanism can be installed to one side of the door if it cannot
be installed at the centre. It is important to note that the door does not
bend as a result and jam in the guide rails.
Check :
Open and close the door several times by hand
holding it at the point where you intend fitting the drive
mechanism. If the door can be moved in this way
without difficulty (in compliance with the above forces),
then the drive mechanism can be fitted at this point.
• Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
• Safety goggles should be worn when drilling the mounting holes.
• Cover the drive mechanism up when drilling to ensure it does not get
soiled.
The walls and ceiling must be firm and stable. Only fit the drive
mechanism to a correctly aligned door. A door that has not been
aligned correctly can cause serious injuries.
• Emergency Release
If the garage has no separate entrance (e.g. wicket-door), the user must
be able to operate the emergency release mechanism from the outside.
This is why the emergency release should be run to the outside where it
can be activated via a Bowden wire or a release lock. See 'Accessories'
section.
• Doors must be stable because they are subjected to high traction and
pressure forces. Light doors made of plastic or aluminium must be
strengthened before installation if necessary. Ask your specialist retailer
for advice.
• Remove door locking system or disable same.
• Canopy and non-protruding doors
As the mechanical lock of a door with a drive mechanism has to be
dismantled or deactivated, it is possible to open the door manually up to
approx. 50mm depending on the door construction.
• Only use approved fixing materials (e.g. screws, plugs) that are appropriate for the given material the ceilings and walls are made of.
• Check that the door runs easily.
• The door must be balanced.
Test : Manually open the door half-way. It must stay still in this position.
If the door moves downwards or upwards, mechanically readjust
it. Ask your specialist retailer for advice.
In order that, when opening the doors, the spring latches are unlocked
first before the drive opens the door. These spring latches are
connected to the drive via a locking set in order to first unlock the spring
latches before a drive opens the door when opening the door.
• Check the distance between the highest door position (HDP, see fig. 7 for
sprint/marathon and fig. 11 for duo) and the ceiling. The distance
between HDP and the lower edge of the C-rail must be between minimum 5 mm and maximum 65 mm, whereby the push rod must be at an
angle of max. 30° (see fig. 17)! If the clearance is less than is permissible, the drive mechanism has to be moved back and an extended drive
rail fitted. Ask your local stockist for advice.
• Swing door / Side-opening sectional door
In the case of drives that push open a door of the above-mentioned type
(see fig.), the connections made in the direct socket unit have to be
swapped around as follows:
- wires 12 + 13 (marathon)
- wires 3 + 4 (sprint and duo).
Door types and special accessories*
* Accessories are not included in the delivery.
1
2
4
5
3
Other pulse generators include: Funkcodys, radio-operated
interior switches and key-operated switches. In the case of the
Funkcody and radio-operated interior switch, no cable need be
run to the drive. Contact your local dealer for advice.
Door type
Adjustment of the top roller in a sectional door
Accessories
1
Up-and-over door
No special accessories required
2
Sectional door with
single runner rail
Sectional door
fitting with boomerang*
2
Sectional door with
double runner rail
Sectional door
fitting without boomerang*
2
Shutter-type door
No accessories required
3
Canopy and non-protruding door
Tilting arm*
4
Swing door
Swing-door fitting*
5
Side-opening sectional door
Please consult specialist retailer
7
Installation sprint / marathon
Pre-installation
5
6
1
• Remove the drive mechanism from its packaging.
Dispose of packaging material according to the applicable
statutory regulations.
2
Caution for sprint and duo!
The plastic chain case is not packaging – do not remove!
3
1
1
2
5
• Unscrew two steel angle irons with length adjustment holes (1) and
screw onto ceiling bracket (2) as shown.
6
• Dismantle drive shaft (1):
Pull out clip fixing (2) and remove bolt (3).
Installation
1
Use a non-slip, stable stepladder!
In the case of the marathon drive, treat the non-coated sides
with care.
7
V
V
c
1
2
4
3
6
5
7
3
4
V
17mm
17mm
4
10mm
THP
V
If the distance between the ceiling and the lower edge of the
C-rail is greater than 245 mm, then extend the suspension
bracket (with perforated steel strip).
1
2
THP
min. 35mm
• Hook tensioner (1) to chain (2) and turn it by 90°.
Insert connecting element (6) and push tensioner (1) through it.
Place washer (5) and spring (4) onto the tensioning bolt (3) and
screw the bolt into the tensioner (1).
2
5 - 56mm
min. 35mm
b 90
°
a
5 - 56mm
2
THP
THP
• Slot two C-rails (1) into connecting element (2) and push together as
far as they will go.
1
1
2
3
3
• Tighten nut (1) up to mark (arrow).
4
• Mount bracket (2) with screw (1) and nut (3) onto the connecting
element (4).
7
• Determine door's highest up-position (THP):
Open door and measure smallest clearance (min. 35 mm) between
top edge of door and ceiling. The distance between HDP and the
lower edge of the C-rail must be between minimum 5 mm and
maximum 65 mm, whereby the push rod must be at an angle of
max. 30° (see fig. 17)!
Please note that this distance might be smaller, if the door
handle is located at the centre of the door. Ensure that the door
movement is not obstructed.
8
Installation sprint / marathon
8
Caution!
Mount the drive in parallel to the runner rails of the door.
VM
9
D
S
½
30
15
½
15
30
min.15
For installation on the ceiling (D), drill holes at distances of
15 mm, if possible. Smaller angle of inclination of the fixing
brackets.
HM
13
8
• The drive mechanism can be mounted on lintel (S) or ceiling (D).
9
• Measure front centre point (VM) of door and mark on door and on
lintel or ceiling.
10
• Align ceiling bracket (1). It should be located within a range of
B = 0 ... 600 mm.
14
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
½
5
1
`0
• Align drive mechanism horizontally to rear centre of door (HM). Mark
position of holes. Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm deep).
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Check thickness of ceiling, particularly with prefabricated
garages!
HM
11
• Lift up drive
15
½
5
1
`0
• Insert plug (1). Fit two screws (2) with plain washers (3). Tighten
screws (2) securely.
THP
½
½
• Align C-rail (4) at correct height. If necessary, move screws (5).
Tighten screws (5).
½
5
1
`0
½
5
1
`0
74mm 74mm
65mm
10mm
VM
2
15
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
16
4
N
1
• Make a mark 74 mm to right and left of centre of door (VM) at same
height on lintel or ceiling (see fig. 8).
• Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm).
5
4
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Check thickness of ceiling, particularly with prefabricated
garages!
11
7
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
3
10
3
• Open door. Transfer door centre mark (HM) on to ceiling. Close door.
15
12
8
1
N
2
6
3
5
• Mount drive shaft (1):
Insert the long bolt (2) and slide on the securing clip (3).
• Attach the door hinge (4) to the connecting rod (1) using the short
bolt (5) and slide on the securing clip (3).
4
2
5
16
3 1
• Pull once on emergency release wire (N), thus disengaging bogie
unit (1). Tighten screw (8) on lintel fitting.
• Use drive shaft (2) to push bogie unit (1) as far forward as possible
(3). If necessary, release cut-off buffer (4).
• Align angle of door fitting (5) with centre of door (VM) and mark
5 drill holes. Drill 5 holes (Ø 5 mm).
Use screws that are appropriate to the door material.
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
6
12
13
• Insert 5 hexagon-head screws (6) and tighten securely.
• Insert plug (1). Lift up drive mechanism (2) at front. Secure lintel
fitting (3) at front with two screws (4) and plain washers (5).
Protect control unit housing (6) from damage!
1
0
• Release cut-off buffer (4) and push right up to bogie unit (7).
• Tighten cut-off buffer screw (4) securely.
14
B
HM
60
0
1
3
2
5
4
9
Montage sprint / marathon
Installing the socket outlet
4
17
4
2
Socket may only be installed by a qualified electrician. Protect
socket with a fuse (16 A slow-blow type).
1
5
6
Observe all applicable regulations (e.g. VDE, etc.)!
ca
N
ca
19
.0
3
.0
,5m
1
max. 30°
,5m
1
Trim (e.g. saw off and debur) projecting part of ceiling bracket (4).
3
17
• Release rear cut-off buffer (1) and push right back to stop (2). Open
door (3) by hand.
3
2
2
• Push cut-off buffer (1) right up to bogie unit (5). Securely tighten
screw on cut-off buffer (1).
19
Fitting and connecting push-button
• Install and connect the line from the power socket (1) to the power
mains.
Do not plug the connector (3) into the socket outlet yet!
Position the push-button in such a way that the operator can see
the door, while he/she is not inside the operating area of the
door.
• Never run button cable (length 7 m) along a power cable as this can
cause the control unit to malfunction. The control unit is shipped with the
button cable connected.
• Lay button cable and secure in position.
18
2
1
1,6m
18
• Install socket (1) on ceiling at a distance of approx. 0.5 meters to the
control unit housing (2).
• Install push-button (1) in an appropriate, easily accessible location
inside the garage. Minimum height from floor - 1.6 m.
• Install push-button cable (2) in garage. Connect end of cable to
push-button (1).
10
Installation duo
Selection of installation option
3
Select the desired installation option. For option (B), change the
position of power supply unit.
1
1
4
2
Caution for sprint and duo!
The plastic chain case is not packaging - do not remove!
B
2
1
3
• Push bogie truck (1) onto C-rail (2).
4
• Slot two C-rails (1) into connecting element (2) and push together as
far as they will go.
B
V
A
V
7
V
7
D
ok
V
5
V
b 90
a
Pre-assembly for installation
options A/C
C
90°
°
c
Dispose of packaging material according to the applicable
statutory regulations.
1
• Remove the operator from its packaging.
2
4
3
5
1
5
1
• Hook tensioner (1) in chain (2) and turn it 90°. Insert connecting
element (6) and push tensioner (1) through it. Place plain washer (5)
and spring (4) onto the tensioning bolt (3) and screw it into the
tensioner (1).
6
7
V
2
1
6
10mm
• Release the switch trigger (1) and move it in the direction of the
arrow. Open the chain case (2).
4
2
2
3
2
1
N
2
3
3
• Slide the trolley (1) onto the chain (2) with the chain case (4). The
chain (2) engages in the chain wheel (3). If the chain wheel (3) does
not turn, pull the emergency release (N) once. The chain wheel (3) is
released.
11
6
• Tighten chain until the mark (arrow) is reached.
7
• Do not tighten on this side, as the unit is supplied pre-tensioned.
Installation duo
8
3
1
1
4
2
2
1
9
3
• Push trolley (1) onto C-rail (2).
4
• Slot two C-rails (1) into connecting element (2) and push together as
far as they will go.
10
1
17mm
17mm
V
5
a
5
4
1
2
3
2
1
b 90
°
4
3
c
2
9
10
• Push ceiling suspension fitting (1) onto C-rail (2).
6
• Mount bracket (2) with screw (1) and nut (3) onto the connecting
element (4).
5
Pre-assembly for installation option B
Dispose of the packaging correctly in accordance with local
requirements.
• Hook tensioner (1) in chain (2) and turn it 90°. Insert connecting
element (6) and push tensioner (1) through it. Place plain washer (5)
and spring (4) onto the tensioning bolt (3) and screw it into the
tensioner (1).
6
7
V
• Remove drive system from packaging.
10mm
1
1
2
1
• Release the switch trigger (1) and move it in the direction of the
arrow. Open the chain case (2).
4
2
2
N
2
• Do not tighten on this side, as the unit is supplied pre-tensioned.
7
• Tighten chain until the mark (arrow) is reached.
8
2
3
1
6
3
3
• Slide the trolley (1) onto the chain (2) with the chain case (4). The
chain (2) engages in the chain wheel (3). If the chain wheel (3) does
not turn, pull the emergency release (N) once. The chain wheel (3) is
released.
12
Installation duo
9
10
12
1
17mm
17mm
VM
13
D
S
V
4
15
3
2
30
2
• Push ceiling suspension fitting (1) onto C-rail (2).
10
15
30
1
9
min.15
For installation on the ceiling (D), drill holes at distances of
15 mm, if possible. Smaller angle of inclination of the fixing
brackets.
• Mount bracket (2) with screw (1) and nut (3) onto the connecting
element (4).
Installation (example: option B)
Use a non-slip, stable stepladder!
12
• The drive mechanism can be mounted on lintel (S) or ceiling (D).
13
• Determine the front centre point (VM) of the door and mark it on the
door and on the lintel or ceiling.
14
11
½
½
HM
15
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
15
½
5
4
`1
THP
THP
5 - 56mm
min. 35mm
THP
THP
½
5
4
`1
½
5
4
`1
74mm 74mm
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
10mm
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
14
11
½
½
THP
65mm
VM
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
°
m
V
T
P
M
H
7
6
5
4
1
`0
• Mark points 74 mm to right and left of the centre of door (VM), and at
same height on lintel or ceiling (see Fig. 11).
• Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm).
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Check thickness of ceiling, particularly in prefabricated garages!
5 - 56mm
min. 35mm
15
• Transfer door centre mark (HM) to ceiling. Close door.
4
16
5
3 1
5
3 1
2
A/C
4
If the distance between the ceiling and the lower edge of the
C-rail is greater than 245 mm, then extend the suspension
bracket (with perforated steel strip).
11
• Determine door's highest up-position (THP):
Open door and measure smallest clearance (min. 35 mm) between
top edge of door and ceiling. The distance between HDP and the
lower edge of the C-rail must be between minimum 5 mm and maximum 65 mm, whereby the push rod must be at an angle of max. 30°
(see fig. 17)!
B
16
• Insert plug (1). Lift up operator (2) at front. Secure lintel fitting (3) at
the front with two screws (4) and plain washers (5).
• Lift up drive (2).
Please note that this distance might be smaller, if the door
handle is located at the centre of the door. Ensure that the door
can move freely.
17
18
0
B
HM
1
1
10
S
60
0
B
3
2
5
4
13
Installation duo
Caution!
Mount the drive in parallel to the runner rails of the door.
Trim (e.g. saw off and debur) projecting part of ceiling bracket
(4).
• Push cut-off buffer (1) right up to end stop (6) against bogie unit (5),
until it clicks. Securely tighten screw on switch-trigger (1).
Installing and connecting the control
unit
Selection of the installation option
Position the push-button in such a way that the operator can see
the door, while he/she is not inside the operating area of the
door.
HM
17
B
• Align ceiling bracket (1). It should be located within a range of
B = 0 ... 600 mm.
• Align drive mechanism horizontally to rear centre of door (HM). Mark
position of holes. Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm deep).
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Check thickness of ceiling, particularly with prefabricated
garages!
18
• Insert plug (1). Fit two screws (2) with plain washers (3). Tighten
screws (2) securely.
• Align C-rail (4) at correct height. If necessary, move screws (5).
Tighten screws (5).
3
2
19
8
22
1
N
2
N
1
19
20
4
3
5
4
7
Install cable in such a way that it is possible to expand the power
supply in option A (if the cable is at right angles to the C-rail,
install it with a loop).
°
3
2
`1
°
3
2
`1
°
3
2
`1
6
3
5
• Mount drive shaft (1):
Insert the long bolt (2) and slide on the securing clip (3).
Touch the control unit (3) only at its edge!
Do not touch the electronic components!
• Pull once on emergency release wire (N), thus disengaging bogie
unit (1). Tighten screw (8) on lintel fitting.
22
• Use drive shaft (2) to push bogie unit (1) as far forward as possible
(3). If necessary, release cut-off buffer (4).
• Align angle of door fitting (5) with centre of door (VM) and mark
5 drill holes. Drill 5 holes (Ø 5 mm).
Use screws that are appropriate to the door material.
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
• Insert 5 hexagon-head screws (6) and tighten securely.
• Release cut-off buffer (4) and push right up to bogie unit (7).
• Tighten cut-off buffer screw (4) securely.
4
21
4
2
1
5
6
3
N
max. 30°
21
3
2
• Attach the door hinge (4) to the connecting rod (1) using the short
bolt (5) and slide on the securing clip (3).
20
1
• Release rear cut-off buffer (1) and push right back to stop (2).
Open door (3) by hand.
14
• Loosen the screw (1) and remove the lamp hood (2). Dismantle the
control unit (3).
Installation duo
Installation option A/B
28
A 23
29
3 4
B 23
2
2
2
1
1
3
1,6m
6
3
4
5
3
1
2
DIP
ON
4
4
1,6m
°,1
`m
6
4
3
2
°,1
`m
6
4
3
2
7
8
3
4
5
1
6
Installation option C
23
24
1
H
2
3
4x
ca 150
4
3
• Choose a suitable location for the installation of the control housing
(1), preferably near a power socket (3).
23
Please note when selecting location of control unit housing (1)
that the maximum length of the control cable (2) is 6900 mm and
no longer!
• Mark fixing points horizontally 110 mm apart on the wall. Drill two
holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm). Insert wall plug (1) into the holes in the wall.
• Install the control line (24 V) (2) to the control housing (1) in the
garage. Do not yet plug in the power plug (4)!
Be careful not to drill into the socket outlet feeder and do not
plug the mains plug in yet!
• Drill 4 holes (Ø 6 x 40 mm deep). Place plugs (2) in holes. Included
in delivery. Supplied components 2 plugs, 2 screws.
24
• Loosen the strain-relief (1) device at the rear of the control unit.
Insert the end of the control cable (2) into the rear of the control unit
(1). Use the strain-relief (1) device to protect the power cable (3) and
control cable (2).
Be careful not to drill into the socket outlet feeder and do not
plug the mains plug in yet!
1
2
25
2
2
6
• Mount the lamp hood (2) and tighten the screw (3).
2
3
27
5
29
1
3 4
4
• Slot the control board (1) into terminal bar (2) and slide it into the
housing.
4
26
3
28
2
25
1
25
2
12
• Install the control line (24 V) (2) to the control housing (1) in the
garage. Do not yet plug in the power plug (4)!
110
1
5 6
34
2
1
Please note when selecting location of control unit housing (1)
that the maximum length of the control cable (2) is 6900 mm and
no longer!
24
2
°,1
`m
6
4
3
2
• Choose a suitable location for the installation of the control housing
(1), preferably near a power socket (3).
Minimum height from the floor: 1,6 m.
24
1
°,1
`m
6
4
3
2
°,1
`m
6
4
3
2
23
3
½
B
A
3
`2
26
1
3 4
5
26
6
5
4
3
2
3
• Connect the control cable (2): connect the core marked 3 (green) to
terminal 3 and the core marked 4 (red) to terminal 4 of direct socket
unit (1). Shorten the control cable (2) if necessary.
In the case of swing doors, connect wire marked 3 (green) to
terminal 4 of the direct socket unit (2) and the one marked 4 (red)
to terminal 3.
27
DIP
1
5 6
34
2
1
• Secure the control housing (1) to the wall, using the two screws (2).
Align the control housing (1) and secure it with screws.
ca 150
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
1
2
4
ON
5 6
34
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
3
4
5
6
25
• Loosen the strain-relief (1) device at the rear of the control unit.
Insert the end of the control cable (2) into the rear of the control unit
(1). Use the strain-relief (1) device to protect the power cable (3) and
control cable (2).
26
• Connect the control cable (5): connect the core marked 3 (green) to
terminal 3 and the core marked 4 (red) to terminal 4 of direct socket
unit (2). Shorten the control cable (5) if necessary.
In the case of swing doors, connect wire marked 3 (green) to
terminal 4 of the direct socket unit (2) and the one marked 4 (red)
to terminal 3.
15
Installation duo
27
28
Installing and connecting and
additional push-button
3 4
2
Only necessary if a further push-button is required in addition to
the one already installed (1).
1
4
5
6
Use the contact only for potential-free normally closed contacts.
External voltage may damage or even destroy the control unit.
3
3
2
DIP
1
4x
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5 6
34
2
1
12
27
• Position, align and the secure control housing using 4 screws (1).
Supplied components 2 plugs, 2 screws.
28
• Slot the control board (1) into terminal bar (2) and slide it into the
housing.
3
4
5
Position the push-button in such a way that the operator can see
the door, while he/she is not inside the operating area of the
door.
6
• Never run the push-button cable along a power cable as this can cause
the control unit to malfunction.
½
B
A
3
`1
2
1
29
1
3
B 31
A 31
2
2
1
°,1
`m
6
2
°,1
`m
6
2
1,6m
1,6m
°,1
`m
6
2
C 31
Touch the control unit (3) only at its edge!
Do not touch the electronic components!
29
3
4
2
1
• Install the control unit (3). Mount the lamp hood (2) and tighten the
screws (1).
Installing the socket Outlet
1,6m
5
Socket outlet may only be installed by a qualified electrician.
Protect socket with a fuse (16 A slow-blow).
6
Observe all applicable regulations (e.g. VDE, etc.)!
30
31
• Install push-button (1) in an appropriate, easily accessible location in
the garage. Minimum height from the floor: 1,6 m
• Install button cable (2) in garage. Connect end of cable to push-button (1).
Only hold outside edge of control board (1)! Do not touch the
electronic components!
C 30
2
H
• Undo screw (3) on control unit housing (6), remove light diffuser (4).
3
32
1
5 6
1
2
3
7
4
5
6
• Install socket (1) on ceiling at a distance of approx. 0.5 meters to the
control unit housing (2).
2
3
DIP
1
30
4
ON
5 6
34
2
1
• Install and connect the connection cable from the socket outlet (1) to
the mains power supply. Do not plug the connector into the socket
outlet yet!
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
3
4
5
6
8
Connect the key switches (potential-free NO contact), if any, to
the terminals 5 + 6.
32
• Lift the control board (1) from the housing (8) and disconnect it from
the terminal bar (2).
• Connect the push-button cable (3) to terminals 5 + 6 of the terminal
bar (2).
• Slot the control board (1) into terminal bar (2) and slide it into the
housing (8).
• Mount the lamp hood (7) and tighten the screw (4).
16
Installation duo
17
Commissioning
Safety Instructions
Teaching in drive
Once the drive has been installed, the person responsible for
installation has to issue an EU Conformity Declaration for the
door system in accordance with Machine Directive 98/37/EG as
well as fitting the CE seal and the rating plate.
This also applies to doors installed for private purposes and in
cases where the drive has been retrofitted to a manual door.
These Instructions as well as the drive's Installation and
Operating Instructions should be kept by the user for reference
purposes.
Whenever the door “opens” or “closes”, the control unit automatically reads
in the force required and memorises it when the end position is reached.
• Plug in power plug
2
1
The force setting is relevant to the system's safety and must
therefore be carried out with due care and attention. An excessively high force setting can injure people and/or animals and
damage property.
Select as low a force setting as possible to ensure that obstacles
are identified in a fast, safe manner.
2
1
Risk of sudden closing or opening!
When the emergency release is actuated, the door might
suddenly be opened or closed, due to a damaged spring or
incorrect balance weight. This might damage or even destroy
the drive unit.
2
The first movement of the drive after the power is connection
must be “door OPEN”. If this is not the case, exchange the wires
to terminals 3+ 4 (sprint/duo) or terminals 12 + 13 (marathon).
• Press the push-button (1). The door is opened to limit position
"door OPEN".
Setting door OPEN + CLOSED final
travel positions
• Close gate, press button (1).
Reset the control unit
While adjusting the settings, open and close the gate manually.
Do not operate it with the engaged drive system.
• Carry out control reset in accordance with the procedure for the
given drive type. See 'Operation / Handling' section.
The distance over which the drive mechanism moves the door can be
increased/reduced by using the cut-out buffer (V + H).
Carry out following procedure twice:
• Press push-button (1) once
Door opens as far as cut-off buffer (H)
Check that the door opens and closes completely. If it does not, its travel
must be adjusted.
• Lamp (2) starts to flash
• Press push-button (1) once
Door closes as far as cut-off buffer (V)
V
H
• Lamp (2) starts to flash
When all force values are read and saved, the lamp (2) ceases flashing.
1
The operator has been 'taught' successfully!
N
Checking the limit positions for door
OPEN + CLOSED
1
N
The trolley of the drive system can be extended or shortened by means of
the switch triggers.
Door CLOSED final travel position
Check whether the door is opening and closing properly. If this is not the
case, adjust the trolley.
• Release the trolley. Pull the emergency release rope (N) once. It
must be possible to slide the trolley back and forth by hand.
• Close the door by hand.
• Release the switch trigger (V) and slide it towards the trolley until it
triggers the limit switch. Secure the switch trigger (V) with screws in
this position.
1
2
Door OPEN final travel position
• Open the door by hand.
• Release the switch trigger (H) and slide it towards the trolley until it
triggers the limit switch. Secure the switch trigger (H) with screws in
this position.
• Close the door by hand.
• Lock the trolley (1):
Pull the emergency release rope (N) once. Move the trolley by hand a
little bit forward until the chain wheel engages with a loud clicking
sound.
• Actuate the control device (e.g. push-button, remote control device,
etc.) once.
The door is opened.
If it fails to reach the desired limit positions for door OPEN + CLOSED,
readjust the limit positions. For detailed instructions, see chapter “Adjusting
door OPEN + CLOSED settings”.
18
Commissioning
Checking emergency release
Continue with programming the other hand-held transmitters. To do this,
repeat the above steps. The maximum number of memory blocks is 112
per radio receiver.
With sectional doors, or doors with ceiling guides, you have the
option of activating the backjump with DIP switch 6 in order to
offload the operator and door mechanisms.
Attaching instruction label
1
46502V000-172006-0-OCE_Rev.A
46502V000-172006-0-OCE_Rev.A
V
N
A
`1AB`x½
`1AB`x½
`1AB`x½
1x
N
B
N
`1AB`x½
`1AB`x½
`1AB`x½
1x
• Close the door with the drive.
• Attach the instruction label for the operation of the emergency
release to the emergency release rope.
• Pull the emergency release (N) 1x.
If the emergency release cannot be operated, loosen the end switch
(V) and move it in direction (1).
Attaching warning sign
• Open the door with the drive and close it again. Test the emergency
release again.
2.
Checking force setting
1.
Whenever the door is opened or closed, the control unit compares the
memorised force setting with the force actually needed and automatically
adjusts the memorised setting accordingly when the given final travel
position is reached.
2.
For checking details see 'Maintenance and Care' section.
Programming of remote control
1.
Prior to the initial programming of the hand-held transmitters,
clear the memory of the radio receiver.
5
6
2
6
2
5
4
2.
1.
3.2
8
1
7
3.2
1
3.1
4
5
6
2.
1.
3.1
• Attach the warning signs (text + triangle sign) at a position where
they are clearly visible, e.g. beside the push-button (warning triangle)
and on the door leaf (text + warning triangle).
Clearing radio receiver memory
• Press and hold the programming key (1).
- After 5 seconds, the LED (3.1 or 3.2) flashes. After another
10 seconds, the LED is constantly on (3.1 or 3.2).
- After 25 seconds, all LEDs are on (3.1 + 3.2).
• Release the programming key (1). All channel data has been
deleted.
Programming the radio transmitter
• Press the programming key (1)
- 1x for channel 1; LED (3.1) is on
- 2x for channel 2, LED (3.2) is on
- If no other code signal is transmitted within 10 seconds, the radio
receiver switches to standard operation.
- Aborting programming: repeatedly press the programming key (1)
until all LEDs are off.
• Press and hold desired hand-held transmitter key (5) until the LED
(3.1 / 3.2) is off (depending on the selected channel).
• The LED is off - the programming process is completed.
The hand-held transmitter has transmitted the radio codes to the
radio receiver.
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Operation and Handling
Safety Instructions
• Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
• Keep your hands clear of a door in operation and any moving parts.
• Only drive into and out of the garage when the door is fully opened.
• Risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door system's
moving parts or edges where it closes.
N
N
Opening door
1
• Pull once on emergency release wire (N): the drive mechanism disengages and the door can be opened manually.
1
• Pull on emergency release cord (N) once again: drive locks into position; door can only be moved with the drive.
• Door is fitted with a wicket door but no safety mechanism for the
wicket door - retro-fit wicket-door safety mechanism (see
'Accessories' instructions).
• Door has no wicket door and garage no second entrance - install
release lock or Bowden wire providing outside release access (see
'Accessories' instructions).
• Press button (1) or manually-operated remote control once.
Control reset
• The door stops moving if this button is pressed again while the door
is opening. Dependent on DIP switch 7 setting.
DIP switch 4 ON, light bulb (2) is on after a control reset.
DIP switch 4 OFF, light bulb (2) flashes after a control reset.
• If the button is pressed again the door closes.
Closing door
After a control reset, the drive must be programmed again.
• Press button (1) or manually-operated remote control once.
• The door stops moving if this button is pressed again while the door
is closing. Dependent on DIP switch 7 setting.
sprint/duo SL
2 1
• If this button is pressed again the door opens.
Pulse sequence of door movement
STOP
1x
1x
2
1
STOP
1x
1x
• Press button (1) until such time as lamp (2) goes out.
1
2
3
O
N
4
5
6
7
8
T
1
D
IP
• When lamp goes out, force settings have been deleted and button (1)
can be released.
• Light bulb (2) flashes - control reset successful.
Adjust the pulse sequence with DIP switch 7.
Force
WL
Safety
Start
Power
• DIP 7 ON:
Button 1: open - stop - open - stop - …
Button 2: close - stop - close - stop - …
Auto Time
marathon SL
• DIP 7 OFF, default settings for all drives:
open - stop - close - stop - open - …
Options
1
Start
8
1
Code
2
ON
OFF
max.
Emergency release
Caution!
The emergency release may only be used in the event of an
emergency (power failure, failure of drive, etc.) to open or close
the door. Do not use it to open and close the door in other
situations, as this could damage the door or the drive mechanism.
Start
1
3
Code
2
• Press buttons (1 + 2) until such time as lamp (3) goes out.
Risk of damage! When operating the emergency release, it is
possible that the door may open or close automatically due to
the spring breaking or the weight balance being set incorrectly.
Drive can suffer damage or be destroyed.
• When lamp goes out, force settings have been deleted and buttons
(1+ 2) can be released.
• Light bulb (2) flashes - control reset successful.
Engaging or disengaging the drive can occur in any door
position.
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Operation and Handling
Interim stop
Description of display and
push-buttons
If an interim stop occurs due to the operation of a push-button or the
manual remote control, the drive unit stops immediately. The next command
given sends the drive in the opposite direction. See 'Pulse Sequence of
Door Movement' section.
Safety stop 1
(automatic force cut-off)
6
2
5
4
4
3.2
8
1
7
When the automatic force cut-off is activated, the drive stops or reverses.
When the next command is given, the drive moves in the opposite direction.
See 'Pulse Sequence of Door Movement' section.
5
6
2
3.2
1
3.1
- Safety stop when door closes - door reverses
3.1
- Safety stop when door opens - door stops.
4
Safety stop 2
(automatic force cut-off)
5
6
2
1 Setting button
Puts radio receiver in a given operating mode:
self-learn, delete and normal
2 Internal aerial
When the safety input is tripped (e.g. someone crosses light barrier), the
drive stops, reverses or opens, depending on the given DIP switch setting:
3 LED
Display which channel has been selected.
3.1 LED channel 1
3.2 LED channel 2
- DIP switch 1 + 3
See 'Obstacle Recognition' section for given drive type.
4 Connection for external aerial (6)
If the radio range of the internal aerial is not sufficient, you have
the option to connect an external aerial.
When the next command is given, the drive moves in the opposite direction.
See 'Pulse Sequence of Door Movement' section.
Default settings:
5 Manual remote control button
- safety input tripped when door closes:
door reverses
6 External aerial
- safety input tripped when door opens:
no response (door opens).
Teaching in manual remote control
• Press setting button (1)
- Press 1x for channel 1; LED (3.1) lights up
- Press 2x for channel 2; LED (3.2) lights up
Overload protection
If the drive mechanism is subjected to excessive strain when opening or
closing the door, this is recognised by the control unit which then stops the
drive mechanism. After approx. 20 seconds or a control unit reset, the
control unit deactivates the overload protection.
- If no radio code is transmitted within 10 seconds, the receiver
switches back to normal operating mode.
The drive mechanism can now recommence normal operation.
- Interrupting setting mode: press setting button (1) as often as
required to put out all LEDs
Operation following a power failure
• Press and hold desired hand-held transmitter key until the LED (3.1 /
3.2) is off - depending on the selected channel.
• The LED is off - the programming process is completed.
The hand-held transmitter has transmitted the radio code to the radio
receiver.
The force values remain saved even during a power failure. The first
movement of the unit following a power cut is always door OPEN.
Radio remote control receiver
Teaching in further manual remote controls. Repeat above steps.
Max. 112 memory slots are available per radio receiver.
Homelink compatible!
If your vehicle is equipped with a Homelink system (version 7),
you can reach our drive/radio receiver at 868.6 MHz. With holder
Homelink systems, you must use a different frequency (40.685 or
434.42 MHz). For more information, please visit:
"http://www.eurohomelink.com"
Deleting manual remote control
button from radio receiver
If a user of a multi-user garage facility moves house and wants to take his
manual remote control with him, then all the codes of the given user's
manual remote control have to be deleted from the radio receiver.
• To ensure safe operation, local safety regulations relevant to the
equipment concerned must be observed! Information regarding this can
be obtained from electricity suppliers, the VDE and employers' liability
insurance associations.
For security reasons, each manual remote control button and/or
combination of buttons should be deleted!
• Press setting button (1) and keep depressed for 5 seconds until an
LED starts to flash (any LED).
• The operator of this radio-controlled equipment is in no way protected
from interference from other telecommunications systems and facilities
(e.g. other radio-controlled equipment that is licensed to operate at the
same frequency range).
• Release setting button (1) - radio receiver is in delete mode.
• Press push-button on the manual remote control, the one whose
code is required to be deleted on the radio receiver - LED goes out deletion process complete.
• Try replacing the batteries should reception problems be encountered.
Repeat procedure for all push-buttons and combination of buttons.
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Operation and Handling
Deleting a channel from the radio
receiver
• Press setting button (1) and keep pressed
- press 1x for channel 1; LED (3.1) lights up
- press 2x for channel 2; LED (3.2) lights up
- The LED that lights up depends on which channel has been selected. After 5 seconds, the LED starts to flash and then remains lit after
a further 10 seconds.
• Release setting button (1) - deletion process complete
Deleting the radio receiver’s
memory
If a manual remote control is lost, then for security reasons all channels on
the receiver have to be deleted! After this has been done, all the manual
remote controls have to be re-set into the receiver.
• Press and hold the programming key (1).
- After 5 seconds, the LED (3.1 or 3.2) flashes. After another
10 seconds, the LED is constantly on (3.1 or 3.2).
- After 25 seconds, all LEDs are on (3.1 + 3.2).
• Release the programming key (1) - all channel data has been deleted.
Connecting an external aerial
• An external aerial can be fitted if the possible range with the radio receiver's internal aerial is insufficient.
• The aerial cable must not exert any mechanical load on the radio receiver. Fit strain relief.
• Connect external aerial (6) to terminal (4).
What is push-button 2 used for?
Defined opening and closing (2-channel operation)
Should this function be used, a 2nd push-button can be connected. For settings see 'Additional Functions' section. This enables the door to be opened
using one push-button, and closed using another.
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General tips
Backjump (DIP 6)
DIP switch
In vertical-sectional doors, you have the option of activating
the backjump with DIP switch 6 in order to offload the operator
system and the door. It also facilitates the activation of the
emergency release.
• Depending on the position (OFF or ON) of a DIP switch, a number of
additional functions can be activated or deactivated.
By default, all DIP switches are -> OFF.
This feature serves the purpose of supporting door and drive mechanism
operation. The drive mechanism moves briefly back in a door OPEN
direction once it has reached the door CLOSED final travel position, thus
taking some of the strain off the other equipment.
Obstacle recognition (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
DIP switch 6
OFF Deactivated
ON
Activated
Defined opening and closing (DIP 7)
Push-button/radio channel 1 open the door and push-button/radio channel
close it. 2-channel operation can also occur using just two push-buttons or
just the manual remote control.
Drive behaviour upon opening the door
If the door meets an obstacle (force cut-off) or if the safety input is interrupted (person triggering the light barrier), this is detected by the drive system, depending on the position of the DIP switch 1.
Requirement: DIP switch 8 is OFF; 2 push-buttons are connected or
2 manual remote control push-buttons have been taught in.
DIP switch 7
OFF Deactivated
DIP switch 1
OFF No response in the event of a safety input interruption.
In the event of a force cut-off, the door is halted
ON
ON
Drive stops door
(no response at 8.2 kOhm or Fraba system)
Partial opening (DIP 8)
Drive behaviour upon closing the door
This function opens the door either completely or partially, depending on
the given setting.
If the door meets an obstacle (force cut-off) or if the safety input is interrupted (person triggering the light barrier), this is detected by the drive
system, depending on the position of the DIP switches 2 + 3.
Ideas for use: garage ventilation, opening of side-opening door for personal
access, to name but a few. Partial opening can also occur using just two
push-buttons or just the manual remote control.
DIP switch 2: function - safety connection 1, terminals 6 + 7
OFF NC contact for light barrier / 8.2 kOhm safety contact unit
ON
Activated
DIP switch 8
OFF Deactivated
Fraba system
DIP switch 3
OFF Drive stops and opens door a little (reversal).
ON
ON
Fit additional push-button and connect as push-button 2 to terminals 4 + 5.
Partial opening using 2 push-buttons
Drive stops and opens door completely.
Push-button 1 always opens door fully.
If the door has been partially opened by pressing push-button 2, it can be
fully opened by pressing push-button 1.
Safety connection function 1 (DIP 2)
When in position OFF, the drive system automatically detects
whether a light barrier or a 8.2 kOhm bar is connected.
Push-button 2 only carries out partial opening when the door is CLOSED.
Should the door have been fully opened using push-button 1 or partially
opened with push-button 2, it can be closed by again pressing push-button 2.
DIP switch 2 (terminal 6 + 7)
OFF
Light barrier / 8.2 kOhm safety contact unit
ON
Fraba system
Procedure:
1. Close door.
2. Set DIP switch 8 to ON, thus activating partial opening functionality
- always leave DIP switch 8 in ON position; the OFF position
automatically deletes the partial opening function that has been set.
3. Press push-button 2 (opens door from CLOSED final travel position)
- door opens until such time as push-button 2 is pressed again or OPEN
final travel position has been reached.
4. Press push-button 2 when the desired position has been reached.
5. Close door by pressing push-button 2.
Early warning period (DIP 5)
After the button or hand-held transmitter is actuated, the warning light is on
for 3 seconds, before the drive is started and when the drive opens or
closes the door. If the push-button is pressed again or the manual remote
control is operated during the 3 seconds, the early warning period is ended
prematurely.
The early warning period functions in conjunction with both internal lighting
and with a connected warning lamp.
Partial opening has been memorised and door is opened to set position by
pressing push-button 2.
DIP switch 5
OFF Deactivated
ON
Activated; DIP switch 7 not functioning
Set DIP switch 8 to OFF position to delete partial opening setting.
Partial opening via manual remote control
Activated
(2-channel operation)
Teaching in 2 manual remote control push-buttons:
e.g. push-button 1 on to radio channel 1 and push-button 2 on to channel 2.
Radio channel l always has the same function as push-button 1;
terminals 2 + 3
Radio channel 2 always has the same function as push-button 2;
terminals 4 + 5.
Procedure as described above.
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Automatic close mode (DIP 4)
Automatic close mode + light barrier, option 2
Interrupt automatic closing manually by installing switch in the
light barrier's supply cable.
Observe standard EN 12453 (e.g. fit light barrier 1) for automatic
close mode. An additional light barrier can be connected to
safety connection 2 as upper safety limit.
As described above, apart from the fact that the drive mechanism closes
the door 5 seconds after the light barrier has been crossed.
Caution !
Connect the small door fuse to the safety input 2 (terminals
8 + 9). If the small door fuse is connected to the trolley, the drive
is unable to detect the position of the door.
Settings:
- Potentiometer set to required time (1 - 120 seconds)
- DIP switches 1, 7 + 8 OFF
Door closes automatically after door open period set on potentiometer has
elapsed. The door can only be opened by means of a command issued via
a push-button or manual remote control. When the door is opening, no
command issued can stop it from doing so.
- DIP switch 4 ON
- Other DIP switches set as required
Automatic close mode + safety contact strip (8,2 kOhm /
Fraba) + light barrier, option 3
When it is closing automatically and a further command is issued, the door
opens fully. Any command issued during the door open period, restarts the
given set period.
Interrupt automatic closing manually by installing switch in the
light barrier's supply cable.
In automatic close mode, the partial opening function is
deactivated.
As described above, apart from the fact that the drive mechanism closes
the door 5 seconds after the light barrier has been crossed.
Connect the light barrier in series to the safety contact strip to terminals
6 + 7.
Settings:
- Potentiometer set to required time (1 - 120 seconds)
- DIP switches 1, 7 + 8 OFF
- DIP switch 2, 4 ON
- Other DIP switches set as required
Terminal bar, 24-pole
Activating and deactivating door open period with potentiometer:
- period can be set from 1 to 120 seconds
- deactivate by turning potentiometer as far anticlockwise as possible.
• Permissible cable cross-section: max. 1,5 mm².
Behaviour of drive when safety inputs 1 + 2 are tripped
When door is closing:
Drive always opens door fully, irrespective of DIP switch 3 setting
When door is opening:
Behaviour of door in accordance with DIP switch 1 setting.
Two-way traffic system with lights
Disconnect the internal lighting and do not reconnect.
Both red lights show the same behaviour when the door is in motion.
- Outside red light: terminals 16 + 17, installed outside the garage
- Inside red light: terminals 18 +19, installed inside the garage
1
Terminal
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
16
15
14
3
1
12
11
17
19
18
20
21
22
23
24
1
Antenna connection 40 MHz
The automatic CLOSE mode is automatically activated when the door
reaches the OPEN final travel position. The period set via the potentiometer
starts running from this moment onwards. A command given during the
door OPEN period restarts the given set period.
2+3
Push-button 1 (potential-free NO contact) *
4+5
Push-button 2 (potential-free NO contact)
6+7
Safety input 1 (bridge) *
8+9
Safety input 2 (bridge) *
Settings:
10 + 11 Regulated 24 V DC, max. 0.1 A
Automatic close mode, option 1
- Potentiometer set to required time (1 - 120 seconds)
12 + 13 Chain (12) + C-rail (13) *
- DIP switches 7 + 8 OFF
14 + 15 Transformer, secondary *
- Other DIP switches set as required
16 + 17 Warning light 1, unregulated 24 V/DC
18 + 19 Internal light/warning light 2, unregulated 24 V/DC *
20 + 21 Regulated 12 V/DC
22
free
23 + 24 Potential-free relay output 230 V AC, max. 5 A
* Factory settings
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Trolley board
Connecting light barrier 1
Supplied as standard with jumper.
6
4
2
6
1
4
M550-800
3
8
5
3
8
5
7
1
2
M1000
Terminals 6 + 7
7
tested connection for floating contacts,
only if DIP switch 2 is OFF
Terminals 10 + 11 regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
Terminal
1
Power supply to chain
2
Power supply to rail
3+4
End switch gate OPEN
5
Motor cable
6
Motor cable
7+8
End switch gate CLOSED
Terminal 10: 24 V/DC
Terminal 11: Earth
Settings: see Obstacle Recognition (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
Connecting the 8.2 kOhm bar
Supplied as standard with jumper.
Connecting push-button 1
Analysis 8.2 Kohm; connection without special analyser.
Use the contact only for potential-free normally closed contacts.
External voltage may damage or even destroy the control unit.
Factory settings: The push-button cable is connected to push-button 1.
2
1
5
4
3
8
7
6
9
10
11
Terminal
SO
Terminal
2+3
MM
6+7
ER
Push-button 1 connection
Tested connection for a 8.2 Kohm resistance,
DIP switch 2 OFF
Terminal 6:
+ (brown)
Terminal 7:
Earth (white or blue)
Settings: see Obstacle Recognition (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
Connecting push-button 2
Connecting light barrier 2
Use the contact only for potential-free normally closed contacts.
External voltage may damage or even destroy the control unit.
Supplied as standard with jumper.
Connect push-button 2 if the functions described below are required.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
SO
Terminal
4+5
MM
ER
Connection push-button 2
Push-button 2 is needed for defined opening and closing or partial opening
function.
Terminal
8+9
Tested connection for floating contacts,
only reacts if door is open
Terminal
10 + 11 regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
Terminal 10: V/DC 24 V
Terminal 11: Earth
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Chain and C-rail
12 Volt connection
Supplied connected as standard.
8
Terminal
12
Chain
Terminal
13
C-rail
9
10
12
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Supplied vacant as standard.
2
16
Terminal
19
Torminal 21: Earth
Floating relay output
Supplied vacant as standard.
9
10
12
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Supplied vacant as standard.
20
Each time the drive starts up, a pulse is present at the relay output with
which, for instance, stairway lighting could be switched on via an automatic
switching system.
10 + 11 regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
Terminal 10: V/DC 24 V
Terminal 11: Earth
Transformer
16
Terminal 23 + 24
Supplied connected as standard.
0
12
11
13
14
16
15
17
18
19
20
21
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
223
230 V/AC, max. 5A
Only use TorMinal to change settings.
2
AC 230 V
14 + 15 Transformer, secondary
8
19
20
21
22
24
223
Connecting warning lamp 1
Supplied vacant as standard.
12
11
Terminal
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
L
2
N
L
N
L
16 + 17 Non-regulated 24 V/DC (max. 34 V), 21 watt,
max. 1.0 A
Staircase lighting with automatic switching system
Protected with a 1.0 A, quick-acting
Connecting external aerial
Connecting warning lamp 2
Supplied vacant as standard.
Supplied with internal lighting connected as standard.
For the automatic close mode, an external warning lamp can be connected
here; disconnect internal lighting.
4
Terminal
24
Torminal 20: 12 V/DC
24 Volt connection
Terminal
18
21
23
20 + 21 regulated 12 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
Swap connections around if drive is to be used in conjunction with swing
doors.
Terminal
17
20
22
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
18 + 19 Non-regulated 24 V/DC (max. 34 V), 21 watt,
max. 1.0 A
Protected with a 1.0 A, quick-acting
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TorMinal interface
Special functions
See TorMinal Operating Instructions.
'Dead man' mode
Door status indicator
T2
Maintenance monitoring
T1
Only TorMinal can be used for this and other functions or settings. For
details regarding the special functions, please refer to your TorMinal
operating manual.
D4
Connecting Fraba system
The integrated evaluation of the Fraba system can only be
switched on through the TorMinal system.
20
19
8
1
4
2
17
623
221
5
1
21
014
132
9
1
2
1
118
017
1
6
91
815
714
6
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Settings: see chapter "Obstacle detection".
27
Functions and Connections sprint / duo
General tips
Connecting warning lamp (DIP 4)
• DIP switch in OFF position as standard when supplied.
• Permissible cable cross-section: max. 1,5 mm².
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Obstacle recognition (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
7
8
Drive behaviour upon opening the door
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6
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If the door meets an obstacle (force cut-off) or if the safety input is interrupted (person triggering the light barrier), this is detected by the drive system, depending on the position of the DIP switch 1.
DIP switch 1
OFF No response in the event of a safety input interruption.
In the event of a force cut-off, the door is halted.
ON
Terminal
Drive stops door
Drive behaviour upon closing the door
ON
DIP switch 2: Safety contact strip
OFF Normally closed contact for light barrier
The warning lamp starts to flash after push-button is pressed or manual
remote control operated during the three seconds before the drive starts up.
If the push-button is pressed again or the manual remote control is operated during the 3 seconds, the early warning period is ended prematurely.
Drive stops and opens door completely
The early warning period functions in conjunction with both internal lighting
and with a connected warning lamp.
Connecting button 2 (DIP 2)
DIP switch 5
OFF Deactivated
Use the contact only for potential-free normally closed contacts.
External voltage may damage or even destroy the control unit.
ON
No further safety connections are available.
In vertical-sectional doors, you have the option of activating the
backjump with DIP switch 6 in order to offload the operator
system and the door. It also facilitates the activation of the
emergency release.
• Permissible cable cross-section: max. 0,75 mm².
7
8
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operation. The drive mechanism moves briefly back in a door OPEN direction once it has reached the door CLOSED final travel position, thus taking
some of the strain off the other equipment.
4
5
6
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1
12
4
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1+2
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Button 2 can be used in conjunction with the following functions:
- Preset opening and closing
- Partial opening
3
Door status indicator
- is lit when door is not closed
- is out when door is closed
Warning time (DIP 5)
Push-button connection for push-button
(partial opening mode; defined opening and closing mode)
DIP switch 3: behaviour of drive when door is closing
OFF Drive stops and opens door a little (reversal)
ON
Non-regulated 24 V/DC (max. 34 V),
21 watt, max. 1.0 A
DIP switch 4
OFF Connected warning lamp flashes (control unit generates flashing)
If the door meets an obstacle (force cut-off) or if the safety input is interrupted (person triggering the light barrier), this is detected by the drive
system, depending on the position of the DIP switches 2 + 3.
ON
5+6
Activated
Connecting light barrier
Push-button 2 connection, only if DIP switch 2 is ON.
• Permissible cable cross-section: max. 0,75 mm².
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3
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4
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2
3
4
5
6
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External voltage may damage or even destroy the control unit.
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regulated 12 V DC, max. 0.1 A
Terminal 3:
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Terminal 4:
Earth
Settings: see Obstacle Detection (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
Swap connections (terminals 3 + 4) around if drive is to be used in
conjunction with swing doors.
Terminal
Terminal
Push-button connection (push-button 1);
vacant in duo's case.
potential-free NO contact
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8
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Defined opening and closing (DIP 7)
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ON
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Functions and Connections sprint / duo
Partial opening (DIP 8)
This function opens the door either completely or partially, depending on
the given setting.
Ideas for use: garage ventilation, opening of side-opening door for personal
access, to name but a few. Partial opening can also occur using just two
push-buttons or just the manual remote control.
8
DIP switch 8
OFF Deactivated
Activated; DIP switch 7 not functioning
Partial opening using 2 push-buttons
Fit additional push-button and connect as push-button 2 to terminals 1 + 2.
Push-button 1 always opens door fully.
If the door has been partially opened by pressing push-button 2, it can be
fully opened by pressing push-button 1.
Push-button 2 only carries out partial opening when the door is closed.
Should the door have been fully opened using push-button 1 or partially
opened with push-button 2, it can be closed by again pressing push-button
2.
Procedure:
1. Close door.
2. Set DIP switch 8 to ON, thus activating partial opening functionality
- always leave DIP switch 8 in ON position; the OFF position
automatically deletes the partial opening function that has been set.
3. Press push-button 2 (opens door from CLOSED final travel position)
- door opens until such time as push-button 2 is pressed again or OPEN
final travel position has been reached.
4. Press push-button 2 when the desired position has been reached.
5. Close door by pressing push-button 2.
Partial opening has been memorised and door is opened to set position by
pressing push-button 2.
Set DIP switch 8 to OFF position to delete partial opening setting.
Partial opening via manual remote control
(2-channel operation)
Teaching in 2 manual remote control push-buttons:
e.g. push-button 1 on to radio channel 1 and push-button 2 on to channel 2
Radio channel 1 always has the same function as push-button 1
2
Radio channel 2 always has the same function as push-button 2
Connect external antenna
Supplied vacant as standard.
6
TorMinal interface
See TorMinal Operating Instructions.
7
5
6
Miscellaneous
Maintenance and Care
Disassembly
Important information
Observe safety instructions!
Never use a hose or a high-pressure cleaner to spray down the
drive or the control unit housing.
The sequence of operations is identical to that described in the Section
entitled "Installation" but in reverse order. The setting procedures described
are not applicable.
• Always disconnect the mains plug prior to working on the drive mechanism.
• Never use lyes or acids for cleaning purposes.
• Wipe drive clean with a dry cloth as required.
• Keep your hands clear of a moving door and any moving parts.
Correct disposal
• There is a risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door
system's moving parts or edges where it closes.
Observe appropriate local regulations!
• All fixing screws on the drive should be properly checked and tightened if
necessary.
• Check the door at least annually, in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Warranty and after-sales service
The warranty granted complies with statutory requirements. Contact your
local stockist for any warranty claims. Warranty entitlements only apply to
the country in which the given drive was purchased.
Cleaning chain and drive unit rail
Batteries, fuses and bulbs are not covered by the warranty.
If you require after-sales service, spare parts or accessories, please
contact your specialist retailer.
We have made every effort to ensure that these instructions are as clear
and concise as possible. However, if you have any queries or wish to comment on this document, please contact us with your suggestions:
Fax.:
0049 / 7021 / 8001-403
e-mail:
doku@sommer.eu
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8
• The chain (7) or the drive rail (8) is dirty - clean it with a cloth.
• If required, lubricate the chain (7) and the drive rail (8) with
conductive oil.
Do not use grease!
Recommended oil types: Ballistol, WD40 contact spray
Changing bulb duo
• Disconnect plug from socket.
• Undo screw (1).
• Remove light diffuser (2).
• Turn bulb (3) anticlockwise and remove.
• Fit new bulb (32,5 Volt, 34 Watt, BA 15s or 24 Volt, 21 Watt,
BA 15s) and turn clockwise until it locks into position.
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Maintenance and Care
Changing bulb sprint / marathon
Changing fuses marathon
• Disconnect plug from socket.
• Disconnect plug from socket.
A/B/C
3
3
3
od
C
2
e
2
2
1
• Remove light diffuser (2).
• Remove control unit lid (1). Remove screws (2).
• Turn bulb (3) anticlockwise and remove.
• Pull out control unit (3).
• Fit new bulb (32,5 Volt, 34 Watt, BA 15s or 24 Volt, 21 Watt,
BA 15s) and turn clockwise until it locks into position.
• Replace defective fuse; all fuses are 1A fast acting
1
2
Changing fuses sprint/duo
• Disconnect plug from socket.
1
3
2
T2
3
T1
1. Fuse for connection for warning lamp 1, terminals 16 + 17
2. Fuse for connection for warning lamp 2, terminals 18 + 19
2
1
• Undo screw (1).
• Remove light diffuser (2).
• Pull out control unit (3).
7
8
• Replace defective fuse.
12
3
4
5
6
1
1. Fuse for warning light 1 connection, terminals 5 + 6
Fuse 1 A, fast acting
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Maintenance and Care
Regular checks
Check safety devices regularly, every year at the very least, to ensure they function correctly (e.g. BGR 232).
Safety devices that are sensitive to pressure (e.g. safety switch unit) should be checked every four weeks to ensure they function correctly;
see pr EN 60335-2-95.
Possible cause
Behaviour
yes/no
Drive reverses when
contact with object is made
yes
• Automatic cut-off of supply is • Leave all settings as they are
working as it should
no
• Door incorrectly adjusted
yes
• Everything in order!
no
• The mechanical door and
drive components are
strained
• Adjust end switch for door CLOSED, or activate
backjump (DIP switch 6 ON)
• Emergency release is
defective
• Repair emergency release or have it repaired
• Door jam
• Check door. See door maintenance instructions
Check
Remedial action
Automatic force cut-off
Use 50 mm object to stop
door wing from closing
• Have door correctly adjusted by a person qualified to
do so
Emergency release mechanism
Adopt procedure described Emergency release can be
in 'Emergency Release'
activated easily (pull 1x,
section
operator is unlocked)
Safety switch unit, if provided
Open/Close door whilst, at Door behaves in
same time, operating safety accordance with setting of
switch unit
DIP switch 1,2 or 3.
Safety LED is lit (only
marathon)
yes
• Everything in order!
no
• Broken cable, loose terminal • Check wiring, tighten terminal connection
• DIP switch maladjusted
• Correctly adjust DIP switch
• Switch unit defective
• Take door drive mechanism out of operation and ensure
it cannot restart by accident. Contact after-sales service!
Light barrier, if applicable
Open/Close door whilst, at Door behaves in
same time, interrupting the accordance with setting of
light barrier
DIP switch 1,2 or 3.
Safety LED is lit
(only marathon)
yes
• Everything in order!
no
• Broken cable, loose terminal • Check wiring, tighten terminal connection
• DIP switch maladjusted
• Correctly adjust DIP switch
• Light barrier soiled
• Clean light barrier
• Light barrier maladjusted
(bent bracket)
• Correctly adjust light barrier
• Light barrier defective
• Take door drive mechanism out of operation and ensure
it cannot restart by accident. Contact after-sales service!
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Troubleshooting
Further troubleshooting tips
Homelink compatible!
If your vehicle is equipped with the latest Homelink system (version 7), you can reach our drive/radio receiver at 868.6 MHz. With older
Homelink versions, use other radio frequencies (40.685 or 434.42 MHz). For more details, visit www.eurohomelink.com or contact your local
stockist.
Many problems can be solved by a control reset (deletion of force values) and subsequent reprogramming of the operator!
Should you be unable to find and eliminate the fault with the help of this table, then take the following steps:
• Disconnect any accessories that may have been connected (e.g. light barrier)
• Set all DIP switches to default settings
• Set all potentiometers to default settings
• Carry out a control unit reset (deletion of force values)
• If settings have been changed using the TorMinal, carry out a control unit reset using the TorMinal.
• Check all connections at the direct plug-type adapters and the terminal bar (sprint/duo), and retighten them, if necessary.
To eliminate drive faults, follow the instructions in the table below. If you are encountering any difficulties, contact your stockist or visit the
“http://www.sommer.eu” for support.
Fault
Possible cause
Remedial action
Lamp flashes
Operator is not programmed,
no force values are saved
'Teaching' the drive. See section on commissioning
Drive mechanism inoperative, lamp not lit
No mains power
Connect mains supply plug
No control unit installed
Install control unit
Fuse in garage circuit has blown
Replace the fuse.
Use a different appliance, e.g. electric drill, to check the supply
Bulb defective
Replace bulb, see 'Maintenance and Care' section’
Fuse of light bulb defective
Replace fuse
Control unit installed incorrectly
Slot control unit correctly into socket unit
Light barrier interrupted;
safety LED is lit (only marathon)
Eliminate interruption
Lamp is not lit when door closes and opens
Drive does not function
Safety switch unit (8.2 Kohm) defective Replace safety switch unit; set DIP switch 2 to OFF
or DIP switch 2 ON; safety LED is lit
(only marathon)
Fraba system activated but light
Deactivate Fraba system, DIP switch 2 OFF
barrier or safety switch unit (8.2 Kohm)
connected; safety LED is lit (only
marathon)
Drive does not function when operated using
Battery in manual remote control is flat Change battery
manual remote control
Manual remote control has not been
taught in to radio receiver.
Teach in manual remote control
Wrong radio frequency
Check frequency (40 MHz with wire aerial; 868/434 MHz without
external aerial)
Command is permanently present as Release push-button or replace manual remote control
push-button is jammed; Start LED is lit
(only marathon)
Drive does not function when operated using
push-button
Push-button not connected or defective Connect push-button or replace
Door stops when closing, moves approx.
10 cm in reverse direction then stops
Obstacle has tripped automatic force
switch-off
Remove obstacle; open door completely
Incorrect force values "taught" or force Delete force values and repeat teach-in procedure
tolerance is too low
Door stops when opening, moves approx.
10 cm in reverse direction then stops
Switch-trigger set incorrectly
Reset cut-off buffer; see 'Setting Limit Switches' section
Door defective or door settings
incorrect (e.g. spring shaft)
Have door adjusted correctly or repaired by a person qualified to do
so
Obstacle has tripped automatic force
switch-off
Remove obstacle. Use push-button to close the door completely
Incorrect force values "taught" or force Delete force values and repeat teach-in procedure
tolerance is too low
Switch-trigger set incorrectly
Door stops when opening
Adjust switch-trigger; see chapter 'Adjusting end switches'
Connected light barrier interrupted and Eliminate interruption or set DIP switch 2 to OFF
DIP switch 1 on ON
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Troubleshooting
Fault
Operator does not close door
Possible cause
Remedial action
Power supply to photoelectric cell
interrupted.
Check connection
replace fuse
Power supply to drive interrupted
The first command issued after restoration of the mains supply
results in the drive opening the gate fully.
Drive opens gate but then no further reaction Safety input tripped
- Remove obstacle from light barrier
to a command given via push-button or
(e.g. photocell defective)
- Repair photoelectric cell
remote controller
Safety LED is lit (only marathon)
- Socket unit not plugged in correctly (only sprint and duo)
Automatic close mode activated,
(marathon only)
Door closes automatically after expiration of the set time
Deactivate automatic close mode
"Door CLOSED" limit switch in the
trolley defective
Replace limit switch
The drive closes the door; subsequently no
response to pressing of button or radio
transmitter
"Door OPEN" limit switch in the trolley Replace limit switch
defective
Connected warning light does not light up
Fuse defective
Replace fuse, see 'Maintenance and Care' section
Bulb defective
Replace bulb; see 'Maintenance and Care' section
Operator starts slowly and then picks
up speed
'Soft run' mode - completely normal
Chain rail dirty
Clean rail and re-lubricate,
see chapter 'Maintenance and care'
Chain rail lubricated with unsuitable
oil
Clean rail and re-lubricate,
see chapter 'Maintenance and care'
Incorrect chain tension
Tighten chain; see 'Installation sprint / marathon' or Installation duo' section
Opening or closing speed varies
Operator does not terminate 'Learn' sequence End positions set incorrectly
Adjust end positions (see general instructions in "Commissioning")
Only marathon!!
Door can only be operated if the external
'Dead man' mode activated
push-button e.g. interior switch, key switch is
kept depressed - at the same time the interior
lighting flashes (dead man mode)
Deactivate 'dead man' mode; see TorMinal instructions
"Start" LED is continuously on
Check connected buttons (e.g. key-activated button, if connected)
Continuous signal on button
connection 1 or 2.
Radio signal is being received; a
- Remove battery from the remote control transmitter
remote control transmitter button might - Wait until the external signal decays
be defective or an external signal is
received.
Only in units with radio receiver!
All LEDs are flashing
All memory positions are occupied
- Delete all radio control devices no longer in use
(max. 112)
- Install additional radio receiver
LED 3.1 or 3.2 is continuously on
Radio signal is being received;
- Remove battery from the remote control transmitter
remote control transmitter button might - Wait until the external signal decays
be defective or an external signal is
received.
LED 3.1 or 3.2 is on
Radio receiver is in 'teaching' mode
and expects a code signal from a
remote control device.
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Press desired button on remote control transmitter