Marathon 1100 SL Operating instructions

marathon tiga 800 SL, marathon tiga 1100 SL
Installation and Operating Instructions
46621V001-342004-0-OCE-Rev.A
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Table of Contents
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Symbols
2
Terminal bar, 24-pole
18
Safety Instructions
2
Trolley board
18
Intended Use
2
Connect button 1 (inside)
18
Terms
3
Connect button 2 (outside)
18
Functional description
3
Connecting photoelectric cell 1
18
Maximum door dimensions*
4
Connect 8.2 k Ohm strip
18
Technical Data
4
Connecting photoelectric cell 2
19
EU Manufacturer’s Declaration
4
24 Volt Connection
19
Preparations for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
12 Volt Connection
19
Safety Instructions
5
Connecting an External Aerial
19
Scope of Supply
5
Connecting Fraba System
19
Safety Instructions
6
Connections for Signal Light Controller 1
20
Door Types and Special Accessories*
6
Connections for Signal Light Control Unit 2
20
Installation Tips
6
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Maintenance and Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Accessories
7
Important Information
26
Operator Pre-installation
8
Regular Checks
27
Installing the Operator
8
Mounting the control unit
10
Disassembly
28
Signal light: Installation + connection
10
Correct Disposal
28
Inside button: Installation + connection
11
Warranty and After-Sales Service
28
Install the socket outlet
11
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Help in case of malfunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Safety Instructions
12
Setting Door OPEN + CLOSED End Positions
12
“Teaching” the Operator
12
Checking End Positions OPEN + CLOSED
13
Checking the emergency release
13
Checking the Force Setting
13
Setting the Maximum Force
13
“Teaching” the remote control transmitter
13
Troubleshooting Tips
Replacement part list marathon tiga 800 SL . . . . . . . 31
Replacement part list marathon tiga 1100 SL . . . . . . 32
Schematic diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Operation and Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Safety Instructions
15
Open and close the door
15
Emergency Release
15
Resetting the control unit
15
Adjusting warning time OPEN
15
Setting the CLOSE warning time
15
Setting the clearance time
15
Setting the hold open time
15
Priority switching with time relay
16
Radio Receiver
16
Description of Display and Push-buttons
16
“Teaching” the remote control transmitter
16
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Obstruction in the door travel path: Recognition and behaviour (DIP
1)
17
Safety connectionfunction 1 (DIP 2)
17
Priority switching (DIP 3)
17
Premature closing (DIP 4)
17
Extending the hold open time (DIP 5)
17
BackJump (DIP 6)
17
Display type red signal light (DIP 7)
17
Test mode (DIP 8)
17
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1
General Information
Symbols
1
(1)
Radio Remote Control
Exclamation mark:
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
where defective remote operation of the transmitter or receiver does not
constitute a risk to people, animals or objects, or in cases where this risk
is eliminated by means of additional safety fixtures.
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.
Refers to the relevant illustration in the introduction or main text.
• Radio remote control may only be used if door travel can be supervised,
and if there are no persons or objects in the travel range.
This illustration of a button represents all types of buttons:
such as key-activated buttons, pull-cord switches, etc.
• Store the remote control transmitter so that there is no risk of it being
accidentally activated; e.g. by 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,
then please contact your nearest telecommunications office with interference measuring facilities (radio signal localisation)!
Safety Instructions
General
• Do not use the remote control transmitter near locations or installations
that are susceptible to radio interference (such as airports or hospitals).
• These installation and operating instructions must be read, understood,
and complied with, by the person who installs, operates, or maintains the
operator.
Rating Plate
• Only specialised personnel should assemble, connect, and commission
the operator.
The rating plate is located on the cover of the control unit housing.
Exact type designation and date of manufacture (month/year) of the operator are indicated on the rating plate.
• Only install the operator to correctly aligned and weight-balanced doors.
An incorrectly aligned door can cause serious injury or damage to the
operator.
Intended Use
• The manufacturer cannot be made liable for any damage or disruptions
to operation occurring due to non-compliance with the Installation and
Operating Instructions.
Attention! There is a risk of injury or property damage!
Always connect the slip-door safety mechanism to safety input 2
(terminals 8 + 9). If the slip-door safety mechanism is connected
to the trolley, then the operator will not recognise the door position.
• Ensure that these Installation and Operating Instructions remain in the
garage in an easily accessible location.
• Observe and comply with accident prevention directives and applicable
standards in the respective countries.
Attention! Risk of serious damage to operator!
Do not open or close the door using the operator without first
adjusting the balance weight (springs tensioned). Otherwise, the
motor (gear system) might be seriously damaged.
• Observe and comply with the directive on “Power-driven Windows, Doors
and Gates - ZH 1/494” issued by the Employers’ Liability Insurance Association. (Applicable in Germany for the operator)
• The operator is designed for the exclusive purpose of opening and closing doors. Any other use does not constitute intended use. Manufacturer
is not liable for damages that arise due to non-intended use. The risk is
borne solely by the operator. Non-intended use renders the warranty null
and void.
• Always disconnect (unplug) the operator from the mains supply before
performing any work on the operator.
• Use only manufacturer’s original replacement parts, accessories, and
mounting material.
• Doors operating automatically with an operator must comply with the
standards and directives valid at the given time: e.g. EN 12604, EN
12605.
Storage
• The operator may only be stored indoors, in a dry, enclosed environment
at an ambient temperature between -20°C and +50°C.
• The operator may only be used in a technically perfect condition, as
intended, in a safety-conscious and hazard-conscious manner, in compliance with the installation and operating instructions.
• The operator should be stored horizontally.
• Malfunctions that can impair safety must be resolved immediately.
• The door must be stable and warp-proof, i.e. it should not bend or warp
during opening or closing operations.
Operation
• The operator is unable to compensate for any defects in the door or for
its incorrect installation.
• The operator may only be activated if a hazard-free force tolerance has
been set, or if safety is ensured at all times through other safety fixtures.
The force tolerance must be set as low as possible in order to ensure
that the door’s closing force does not constitute a danger, see section
“Force Setting”.
• Only use the operator in a dry, indoor environment where there is no risk
of explosion.
• Do not use the operator in rooms where a hostile
environment prevails (e.g. salty air).
• Keep your hands clear of a moving door or any moving parts.
• Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
• Only drive into the garage when the door is completely open and the signal light is green.
• There is a risk of persons getting trapped or cutting themselves in/on the
door system’s moving parts or the edges where it closes.
• If the door is not equipped with a slip door, or if there is no separate
access to the garage, then install an emergency release system (emergency release lock or Bowden cable) that can be activated from outside
of the garage.
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General Information
Terms
Command side
The side (inside or outside) that issues a command.
Abbreviations
GI
RI
GO
RO
Signal light green inside
Signal light red inside
Signal light green outside
Signal light red outside
Functional description
The command inside/outside, which was first transmitted to the control unit,
has priority, regardless of whether it was transmitted via radio or button
connection.
TorMinal
Programming device The door operator can be adjusted, or special functions can be set, with this unit. See “Accessories”.
Priority for “Command Outside” is set with DIP switch 3. As soon
as “Command Outside” is received the hold open time for inside
will be aborted and switched to drive authorization for outside
after the clearance time.
“Teaching”
The operator “learns” the required time and the force that it requires to
open and close the door. The operator stores these values, which remain
intact even if there is a power failure.
Operator behaviour at factory setting
Behaviour after power connection
Door OPEN
Door closed and operator “taught”. All signal lights are switched off. Operator waits for a command from inside/outside. The first travel direction is
always door OPEN; if the door is already open, then the operator recognises this and switches the signal light to green on the side that gave the
command. Then the operator closes the door after the following individual
times expire: Warning, clearance and hold open time.
The door opens or it is already opened.
Door CLOSE
The door closes or it is already closed.
Warning time
Time prior to opening or closing; during this time the red signal lights flash
and thus indicate that the operator is in motion:
Behaviour after inside/outside command, door CLOSE
Door OPEN:
Warning time can be adjusted with the TorMinal in a range from 0...63.75
seconds, in intervals of .025 seconds, memory slot (mem) 027.
Factory setting is door OPEN: 4 seconds
Sequence and display behaviour:
1. Command from inside/outside.
2. Door OPEN warning time starts. Red signal lights flash. Green signal
lights are switched off.
Door CLOSE:
The warning time can be adjusted with the TorMinal in a range from
0...63.75 seconds, in intervals of .025 seconds, memory slot (mem) 027.
Factory setting is door CLOSE: 5 seconds
3. The operator opens the door. Red signal lights light up. Green signal
lights are switched off.
4. Door OPEN. Command side green signal light on. Red signal light is on
for the other side.
Hold open time
5. The set hold open time expires.
Time that the door remains open. The side (inside / outside) that initiated
the command to open the door gets the green signal. The door can only be
opened by a command issued via a push-button or remote control transmitter; it cannot be closed. When the door is opening, no command issued can
stop it from doing so.
6. Warning time starts for door CLOSE. Red signal light flashes on the
command side. Red signal light lights up on the other side. Green
signal lights are switched off.
7. Clearance time starts. Red signal lights switch on. Green signal lights
are switched off.
If the door is closing automatically and a command is reissued, then the
door opens fully. Any command issued during the hold open time restarts
the hold open time.
8. The operator closes the door Red signal lights switch on. Green signal
lights are switched off.
The hold open time can be adjusted with the TorMinal in a range from
2...255 seconds, in 1 second increments, memory slot (mem) 031. Factory
setting: 30 seconds
9. Door CLOSED All signal lights are switched off.
Clearance time
Behaviour after command inside and then command
outside, door CLOSE
Time in which the red signal lights are illuminated after expiration of the
hold open time; thus providing time for the persons or vehicles who had the
green light to clear the entries.
Sequence and display behaviour:
1. Command from inside.
2. Door OPEN warning time starts. Red signal lights flash. Green signal
lights are switched off.
3. The operator opens the door. Red signal lights light up. Green signal
lights are switched off.
4. Door OPEN. Command side green signal light on. Red signal light is on
for the other side.
5. Command from outside. The hold open time which was set for the previous command expires.
6. Clearance time starts. Red signal lights switch on. Green signal lights
are switched off.
7. Outside gets drive authorization. Command side green signal light
lights up. Red signal light is on for the other side.
8. The set hold open time expires.
9. Warning time starts for door CLOSE. Outside red signal light blinks.
Inside red signal light lights up. Green signal lights are switched off.
10. Clearance time starts. Red signal lights switch on. Green signal lights
are switched off.
11. The operator closes the door Red signal lights switch on. Green signal
lights are switched off.
12. Door CLOSED All signal lights off.
Clearance time can be adjusted with the TorMinal in a range from 0 ..63.75
seconds, in 0.25 second increments, memory slot (mem) 032.
Factory setting: 10 seconds
Inside
The side which is inside the garage or the parking area.
Outside
The side which is outside the garage or the parking area.
Command inside
Radio channel 1 or button connection 1 on terminal 2 + 3
(button line connected to the control unit)
Button or radio signal for opening the door from inside and thus drive authorisation for inside, signal light (GI) is green.
Command outside
Radio channel 2 or button connection 2 on terminal 4 + 5
Button or radio signal for opening the door from outside and thus drive
authorization for outside, signal light (GO) is green.
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General Information
Maximum door dimensions*
EU Manufacturer’s Declaration
marathon tiga
The company
800 SL 1100 SL
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21-27
D-73230 Kirchheim/Teck
max. width:
- Up-and-over door
6000
8000
mm
- Sectional door:
6000
8000
mm
- Wing door **:
2800
2800
mm
- Side sectional door
Rail 2600
2350
2350
mm
- Up-and-over door:
5500
7500
mm
- Swing door:
Rail 2600
2600
2600
mm
- Sectional door:
Rail 2600
2350
2350
mm
- Wing door **:
3000
3500
mm
3000
3500
mm
1900
1900
40
40
herewith declares that its operators:
- marathon tiga 800 SL
- marathon tiga 1100 SL
comply with the following directives:
- Machine Directive 98/37/EC
- Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
- EU Directive for Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/EEC.
Height (app.)
The following standards/draft standards were particularly 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
Note:
The door system may not be commissioned until such time as it has been
established that the system in which the given operator is to be installed,
satisfies the specifications of all relevant EU directives.
- Side sectional door
- Up-and-over door:
Rail 2600
Duration of operation:
mm
%
Kirchheim, 16.03.04
Frank Sommer
Managing Director
* door conforming to EN 12604, EN 12605
** with standard wing-door hinges prod. no. 1501.
Larger doors are only available on request. For higher doors, appropriate
rail lengths must be ordered, or the necessary height can be achieved by
installing rail extensions (see accessories).
EU Conformity Declaration
Messrs
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21-27
D-73230 Kirchheim/Teck
Technical Data
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:
General
Rated voltage:
220 ...240
Rated frequency:
50/60
V/AC
Hz
Operating temp. range:
-20 ...+50
°C
Safety class
IP 20
Product: RF Remote Control for Doors & Gates
Type:
- 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
Workplace-specific emission value < 75 dBA - operator only
marathon tiga
800 SL 1100 SL
maximum traction and pressure force:
800
1100
N
Rated traction:
240
330
N
Rated current consumption:
0,8
0,9
A
Rated power consumption:
160
190
W
Maximum speed:
130
130
mm/s
Power consumption, stand-by:
~5
~5
W
Weight with: rail 2600:
18,5
19,0
kg
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
Kirchheim/Teck, 04.08.2004
Packaging (L x W x H):
- Rail 2600
1980 x 240 x 180
mm
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Frank Sommer
Managing Director
Preparations for Installation
Safety Instructions
Required Tools
• The power cable supplied as standard may neither be shortened nor
lengthened.
• The power supply voltage must correspond to that indicated on the
operator’s rating plate.
• All devices requiring external connection must be equipped with safe
contact separation as per IEC 364-4-41, in order to isolate them from the
mains voltage supply.
5mm
6mm
10mm
10mm
13mm
2x 17mm
• Live parts of the operator (voltage-carrying parts e.g. C-rails) may not be
connected to earth or to the live parts, or to protective conductors of
other circuits.
• IEC 364-4-41 must be observed when laying the external device conductors.
10mm
Installing the Slip-door Safety
Mechanism or Release Lock
• If your garage door is fitted with a slip door but not with a slip-door safety
mechanism, then you need to have one installed (see “Accessories”).
• If your door does not have a slip-door and your garage does not have a
separate entrance, then install a release lock or Bowden cable for operator release from the outside (see “Accessories” instructions).
Scope of Supply
• The scope of supply can vary according to the type of operator supplied.
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3
10
5
2
7
4
8
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9
11
12
1.
13
14
1 x control unit housing (with button line and power cord)
2.
1 x trolley
3.
2x C-rails
4.
1 x connecting piece
5.
1x switch trigger “H”
6.
1x switch trigger “V”
7.
1x chain
8.
1x connecting rod
9.
1x door hinge
10.
1x ceiling suspension bracket (for marathon tiga 1100 SL 2 units)
11.
1x Installation and Operating Instructions
12.
1x assembly kit
13.
1x signal light control unit
14.
1x signal line (7m)
5
Assembly
Safety Instructions
Installation Tips
• Installation, connection and initial operation of the operator 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 if people, animals or objects are in its range of
travel.
• Installation work can be carried out quickly and reliably by two people.
• The operator can be installed to one side of the door if it cannot be
installed at the centre. In this regard, you must ensure that the door does
not bend and thus jam in the guide rails.
• Keep children, disabled persons, and animals away from the door.
• Safety goggles should be worn when drilling the mounting holes.
Test:
• Cover the operator when drilling to ensure that no grime penetrates the
unit.
The walls and ceiling must be firm and stable. Only fit the operator to a correctly aligned door. A door that has not been aligned
correctly can cause serious injuries.
Open and close the door several times by hand, holding it at the
point where you intend fitting the operator. If the door can be
moved at this point without difficulty (in compliance with the
prescribed forces), then the operator can be fitted.
• Emergency Release:
If the garage has no separate entrance (e.g. slip-door), the user must be
able to operate the emergency release mechanism from the outside.
Consequently route the emergency release to the outside. This can be
done with a Bowden cable or an emergency release lock. The backjump
(DIP switch 6 ON) should always be activated in this process.
• Doors must be stable because they are subjected to high traction and
pressure forces. Light doors made of plastic or aluminium must be reinforced before installation if necessary. Ask your dealer for advice.
• Remove door locking system or disable same.
• Swing doors
As the mechanical lock of a door with an operator must be dismantled or
deactivated, it is possible to open the door manually up to app. 50mm
depending on the door design.
To counter this situation, spring latches can be installed that lock the
door, in addition to the operator. These spring latches are connected to
the operator via a locking set in order to first unlock the spring latches
before the operator opens the door. Ask your dealer for advice.
• Only use approved fixing material (e.g. plugs, screws). The fixing materials must be suitable to the wall and ceiling material.
• Check that the door runs easily.
• The door must be balanced.
Test: Manually open the door half-way. The door must remain in this
position. If the door moves downward or upward, then mechanically readjust it. Ask your dealer for advice.
• Check the clearance between the door’s highest up-position (DHP, see
fig. 7) and the ceiling. The minimum clearance is 35 mm and the maximum clearance is 100 mm; the push arm can be at a max angle of 30°. If
clearance is less than that specified, then the operator must be shifted
towards the rear and an extended operator rail must be fitted. Ask your
local dealer for advice.
• Wing door / side-opening sectional door:
For operators that push open a door of the above-mentioned type (see
Fig.):
- the polarity of wires 12 +13 must be swapped in the terminal bar.
Door Types and Special Accessories*
* Accessories are not included in the delivery specification.
Other pulse generators include: Remote control transmitters,
funkcody, radio-operated interior switches and key-operated
buttons. No connection line to the operator needs to be installed
for radio transmission, ask your dealer.
Door type
Accessories
1
Swing door
No special accessories required
2
Sectional door with single
guide rail
Sectional door fitting with
boomerang *
2
Vertical sectional door with
double guide rail
Sectional door fitting without
boomerang *
2
Rolling shutter door
No special accessories required
3
Up-and-over door
Tilting arm *
4
Wing door
Wing-door fitting *
5
Side-opening sectional door
Side opening sectional
door fittings*
Please consult your dealer
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Installation
4
8
1
2
4
3
5
7
6
P
8
9
0
M
Esc
1
0
2
9
2.1
1.2
2 (4) x 0,75 mm
2
5
3 x 1,5 mm
3 x 0,75 mm
2
2
1.1
3 x 1,5 mm
3
6
4 x 0,75 mm
2
2
1
0
1
2
4
3
5
7
6
2
P
2.2
3 x 1,5 mm
3 x 1,5 mm
8
9
0
M
Esc
2
2
7
2 x 0,75 mm
2
8
10
3
2 x 0,75 mm2
9
Accessories
Installation Tips
• Determine the mounting points for the operator and the signal light
control unit together with the operator.
Other pulse generators include: Remote control transmitters,
funkcody, radio-operated interior switches and key-operated
buttons. No connection line to the operator needs to be installed
for radio transmission, ask your dealer if you have questions.
• Determine the mounting point of the signal lights and additional
accessories together with the operator.
1.1 Red / green signal light: Outside
• Do not install the housing where it can be seen from the street, otherwise
passersby could damage the control unit.
1.2 Red / green signal light: Inside
2.1 Key-operated button, outside
2.2 Key-operated button, inside
3.
Photoelectric cell
4.
Junction box
5.
Flagpole aerial (incl. 6 m, 10 m or 16 m cable)
6.
Release lock
7.
Pull-cord switch
8.
Funkcody
9.
Slip-door safety mechanism
10. Safety contact strip: 8.2 k Ohm or Fraba
Additional accessories on request.
7
Installation
Operator Pre-installation
5
6
1
• Remove the operator from its packaging.
Dispose of the packaging correctly in accordance with local
requirements.
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
3
5
• Unscrew two steel angle irons with length adjustment holes (1) and
screw them onto ceiling bracket (2) as shown.
6
• Dismantle connecting rod (1):
Pull out retainer and remove bolt (3).
Installing the Operator
• Slot two C-rails (1) into the connecting element (2) and push together
as far as they will go.
7
min. 35mm
V
b 90
a
°
c
2
5 - 65mm
V
2
THP
THP
Note the uncoated inner side of the C-rails, this side must always
be facing the chain.
4
1
3
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).
6
5
2
• 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).
3
4
7
• Determine door’s highest up-position (DHP): Open door and
measure smallest clearance (min. 35 mm) between top edge of door
and ceiling. The clearance between the highest up-position and the
bottom edge of the C-rails must be a min. of 5 mm and it may be a
max. of 65 mm; the push arm must be at a max. angle of 30°(for
swing doors) (see Fig. 17)!
V
17mm
17mm
8
9
V
D
S
10mm
VM
3
30
2
15
1
15
3
• Tighten chain until the mark (arrow) is reached.
4
• Mount bracket (2) with screw (1) and nut (3) on the connecting element (4).
30
8
8
• The operator can be mounted on the lintel (S) or ceiling (D).
9
• Measure front centre point (VM) of door and mark on door and on
lintel or ceiling.
Assembly
10
11
14
HM
• Align operator mechanism horizontally to rear centre of door (HM).
Mark position of holes.
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Check thickness of ceiling, particularly in the case of prefabricated garages!
• Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm).
• Insert plug (1). Fit two screws (2) with plain washers (3). Tighten
screws (2) securely.
74mm 74mm
65mm
10mm
VM
• Align C-rail (4) at correct height. If necessary, move screws (5).
Tighten screws (5).
2
15
10
• Mark points 74 mm to right and left of the centre of door (VM), and at
same height on lintel or ceiling (see Fig. 8).
11
5
4
• Open door. Transfer door centre mark (HM) to ceiling.
Close door.
12
4
15
3 1
5
0
16
5
• Mount connecting rod (1):
Introduce bolt (2) and attach the retainer (3).
• Pull once on the emergency release cord (N). This unlocks the trolley
(1). Tighten screw (8) on lintel fitting.
• Use connecting rod (2) to push trolley (1) as far forward as possible
(3). If necessary, release switch-trigger (4).
• Align angle of door fitting with centre of door (VM) and mark 5 drill
holes. Drill 5 holes (Ø 5 mm).
6
12
VM
6
3
8
• Mount door fitting (4)
insert bolt (5) and attach retainer (3).
S1
2
1
N
2
1
• Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm).
7
4
3
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Check thickness of ceiling, particularly in the case of prefabricated garages!
3
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).
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Use screws that are suitable for the door material.
Protect control unit housing (6) from damage!
• Insert 5 hexagon-head screws (6) and tighten securely.
• Release switch-trigger (4) and push right up to trolley (7).
13
1
0
• Tighten switch-trigger buffer screw (4) securely.
14
B
HM
60
0
1
4
17
4
2
3
2
1
5
8
7
5
6
4
N
3
max. 30°
Attention !!
Always install operator parallel to the guide rails of the door.
Trim (e.g. saw off and debur) projecting part of ceiling bracket (4).
17
• Release rear switch-trigger buffer (1) and push right back to stop (2).
Open door (3) by hand.
• Push switch-trigger (1) right up to trolley (5). Securely tighten screw
on switch-trigger (1).
HM
13
• Lift up operator.
• Align ceiling bracket (1). It should be located within a range of
(R = 0 ...600 mm).
Use a non-slip, stable stepladder!
9
Assembly
Mounting the control unit
Connecting the signal light control unit to the mains
supply
Connect to mains voltage according to EN 12453 (all-pole
separating fixture)
Permissible cable cross-sections for all terminals:
1 mm2 ...2.5 mm2.
• Work on the control unit may only be executed if it is de-energised.
• Dry any moisture that has penetrated with a blower.
• Only qualified electricians may connect the control unit to the mains
supply.
20
S
FU
E
20
5x
• Always install the control unit housing vertically, with the cable channels
downward, without deformation of the housing, so that water cannot penetrate and so that the lid forms a watertight seal.
• Only attach the housing using the intended fixing points, do not drill
through the rear wall of the housing. The housing will leak.
165
18
L
N
E
EP
N
L
N
GI
N
N
RI
GA
N
RA
Lic
P
180
90
Description from left to right
254
190
M16
M20
M16
4x
Signal light control unit
Terminal
Mains supply: Input
L
->
AC 220 ...240 V
N
->
Neutral conductor
PE ->
Protective earth
Signal light control unit
Terminal
Mains supply: Voltage tap mains power
PE ->
Protective earth
N
->
Neutral conductor
L
->
AC 220 ...240 V
M16
M20
Connect the signal light control unit to the operator
Attention!
Always lay the cable separately from the house installation. Otherwise it is possible that the house installation can influence the
function of the signal light control unit.
Signal light: Installation + connection
Please note!
Connect all signal lights to the signal light controller.
Permissible cable cross-sections for all terminals:
0.5 mm2 ...1.5 mm2.
21
19
A
FUSE
5x20
PE
PE
N
L
N
GI
N
RI
N
GA
N
RA
Lic
B
SIG 0
SIG 1
SIG 2
N
ht
SIG
SIG 2
SIG 0
1
L
4 x 0,5 ...1,5 mm2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
7
8
9
10
11
16
15
14
13
12
18
17
19
20
21
Signal light control unit
Terminal
Control unit Operator
Terminal
Cable colour
SIG 0
->
17
grey
SIG 1
->
19
red
SIG 2
->
24
blue
->
23
black
22
23
24
10
ht
Assembly
Inside button: Installation +
connection
Permissible cable cross-sections for all terminals: 1 mm² ...2.5 mm²
21.A
When pushing the button, the user should not stand in the
door's travel range and the user must have a clear view 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.
L N PE PE N L N GI N RI N GA N RA Licht
• Lay button cable and secure in position.
22
1
A
2
1
3
1
0
2
3
1,6
m
1,6
m
22
• 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 button (1).
Alternatively a pull-cord switch (3) can be installed. Minimum
height of the cable end from the ground: 1.6 m
E 27, AC 230 V
max. 40 W
Install the socket outlet
Socket may only be installed by a qualified electrician.
Protect socket with a fuse (16 A slow-blow).
Observe the applicable VDE Regulations!
ca
23
.0
,5m
1
21.B
2
PE N L N GI N RI N GA N RA Licht
23
• Install socket (1) in the ceiling at a distance of app. 0.5 m to the
control unit housing (2).
• Install and connect the connection cable from the socket outlet to the
mains power supply.
Do not plug the connector into the socket outlet yet!
B
11
Commissioning
Safety Instructions
After installing the operator, the person responsible for installation of the operator according to Machine Directive 98/37/EC
must issue an EC Declaration of Conformity for the door system
and affix the CE mark as well as a rating plate.
This also applies to doors installed for private purposes and in
cases where the operator
has been retrofitted to a manual door. These Instructions, as well
as the operator’s Installation and Operating Instructions should
be kept by the user for reference purposes.
1
N
The force setting is relevant to the system’s safety and must
therefore be made with due care and attention. If the force setting is impermissibly high then people or animals can be injured
and objects can be damaged.
Select the force setting that is as low as possible so that
obstructions are quickly and safely recognised.
• Lock trolley (1):
Pull once on the emergency release cord (N) if trolley (1) is
unlocked. Push the trolley a short distance manually, until the
sprocket audibly clicks into place (loud click).
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. Operator can suffer
damage or be destroyed.
“Teaching” the Operator
The control unit is equipped with an automatic force setting facility. Whenever the door opens or closes, the control unit automatically reads in the
force required and memorises it when the end position is reached.
Setting Door OPEN + CLOSED End
Positions
• Turn on mains power: Operator and signal light control unit.
Red signal light flashes if a force setting has not been “taught”.
While adjusting the settings, open and close the door manually.
Do not operate it with the operator engaged.
The distance that the operator moves the door can be increased/reduced
by using the switch-triggers (1 + 4).
Check that the door opens and closes completely. If it does not, its travel
must be adjusted.
1
Door CLOSED end position
3
7
0
2
1
4
The first movement of the operator after applying voltage must
always be door OPEN. If this is not the case, then swap the
cables on terminals 12 + 13.
N
• Press button (1), door opens until reaching door OPEN end position.
• Close door, push button (1).
Force
WL
Safety
Start
Power
• Unlock the trolley if it is not unlocked. Pull once on emergency
release cord (N). You should be able to move trolley back and forth
manually.
Auto Time
Reset the control unit
Options
1
Start
8
1
Code
2
ON
OFF
max.
• Shut the door manually.
• Loosen the switch trigger (4) and push the trolley forwards until it
clicks in place (end switch trips), tighten the switch trigger (4).
Door OPEN end position
Start
1
1
2
Code
2
• Depress buttons (1 + 2) until the red signal lights flash.
• Red signal lights flash, force settings have been deleted; release
button (1 + 2).
6
• Open the door manually.
• Loosen the switch trigger (1) and push the trolley forwards until it
clicks in place (end switch trips), tighten the switch-trigger (1).
• Shut the door manually.
12
Commissioning
Checking the Force Setting
Perform the following sequence 2x:
The red signal lights flash until operator has executed 2 complete cycles
(cycle = 1x open + 1x close) without interruption.
• Push button (1) 1x
door opens until the switch-trigger (H, door OPEN)
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 end positions are
reached.
• Red signal lights flash.
Check See “Maintenance and Care”.
• Push button (1) 1x
door closes until reaching switch-trigger (V, door CLOSED)
Setting the Maximum Force
• Red signal lights flash.
When the red signal lights no longer flash, the force values are read in
and saved.
It is only possible to make settings with the TorMinal.
Reset the control unit prior to making any adjustments, otherwise you will not be able to change the values.
The operator has been “taught” successfully!
Check the force setting regularly, at least once a year, to ensure
correct functioning. See the section on “Maintenance and Care”.
Checking End Positions OPEN +
CLOSED
If the force that is set is not sufficient to either fully open or close the door,
then a specialist can increase the force with the TorMinal. Once this has
been done, the new force setting needs to be measured in accordance with
EN 12453.
Operator travel can be increased/reduced by using the switch-trigger
(1 + 4).
The maximum force automatically comprises the force it has been “taught”,
augmented by the additional force set via the TorMinal. The highest value
that can be set represents the greatest additional force, the lowest value
that can be set represents the smallest additional force.
Check that the door opens and closes completely. If it does not, its travel
must be adjusted.
Once the force tolerance has been set, you may have to re-adjust the door
OPEN and CLOSED end positions if the required position is not reached.
Adjustment with TorMinal
Memory
037
Setting range
Factory setting
16 - 60
48
Setting range:
16 minimum additional force
60 maximum additional force
“Teaching” the remote control
transmitter
• Command transducers (for example button, hand transmitter etc.)
activate 1x.
Door opens.
- Inside: Button connection 1 (terminals 2 + 3) / radio channel 1
- Outside: Button connection 2 (terminals 4 + 5) / radio channel 2
Always delete the radio receiver completely prior to the initial
“teaching” of hand transmitters.
• Door closes automatically, after expiration of the set times
(warning time, clearance time, and hold open time).
If the door does not reach the desired door OPEN + CLOSE end positions,
then readjust the end positions. See section on “Adjusting OPEN +
CLOSED end positions”.
5
5
Checking the emergency release
3.2
1
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. This is a simpler way to activate the emergency release.
3
3.1
7
Deleting the Radio Receiver’s Memory
4
• Press “Learn” button (1) and keep it depressed.
- After 5 seconds the LED flashes (3.1 or 3.2) - after an additional 10
seconds the LED (3.1 or 3.2) lights up.
- After a total of 25 seconds, all the LEDs light up (3.1 + 3.2).
N
• Release “Learn” button (1) - delete process is complete.
• Close the door.
• Pull the emergency release (N) 1x.
If the emergency release cannot be operated, loosen the end switch
(4) and move it in direction (7).
• Open the door with the operator and close it again. Test emergency
release again.
13
Commissioning
“Teaching” remote control transmitters
• Push the “Learn” button (1)
- 1x for channel 1 (inside), LED (3.1) lights up
- 2x for channel 2 (outside), LED (3.2) lights up
- If a radio code is not transmitted within 10 seconds, then the receiver
switches back to normal operating mode.
- Abort “Learning” mode: Press “Learn” button (1) until all LEDs go out.
• Depress the desired remote control transmitter button (5) until the
LED goes out - depending on which channel has been selected.
Remote control transmitter has transferred the radio code to the radio
receiver.
• LED goes out - “Learning” process is complete.
“Teaching” additional remote control transmitters. Repeat the above steps.
A maximum of 448 memory slots are available per radio receiver.
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Operation and Handling
Safety Instructions
Resetting the control unit
• 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.
• There is a risk of persons getting trapped or cutting themselves in/on the
door system’s moving parts or the edges where it closes.
Start
Code
Force
WL
Safety
Start
2
Power
1
Auto Time
Open and close the door
Options
1
Start
8
1
Code
2
ON
OFF
max.
• Push buttons (1 + 2) until the red signal lights flash.
• Red signal lights flash, force settings have been deleted; release
button (1 + 2).
Overload Protection
If the operator is subjected to excessive strain when opening or closing the
door, this is recognised by the control unit which then stops the operator.
After app. 20 seconds or a control unit reset, the control unit deactivates the
overload protection mechanism.
• Command transducers (for example button, manual transmitter, etc.)
Activate 1 x.
Door opens.
- Inside: Button connection 1 (terminals 2 +3) / radio channel 1
- Outside: Button connection 2 (terminals 4 + 5) / radio channel 2
The operator can now recommence normal operation.
Operation following a power failure
The force values remain in memory even during a power failure. The
first travel movement of the operator following a power failure is always
door OPEN.
• Door closes automatically after expiration of the set time
(warning time, clearance time, and hold open time).
Adjusting warning time OPEN
Emergency Release
Adjustment with TorMinal *
Risk of damage!
When operating the emergency release, it is possible that the
door may open or close on its own due to the spring breaking or
the weight balance being set incorrectly. Operator can suffer
damage or be destroyed.
Memory slot (mem)
027
Setting range
Factory setting
0 - 255
(0 ...63.75 seconds)
16
(4 seconds)
Setting the CLOSE warning time
The operator can be engaged or disengaged in any door position.
Setting with TorMinal *
Memory slot (mem)
028
Setting range
Factory setting
0 - 255
(0 ...63.75 seconds)
20
(5 seconds)
Setting the clearance time
N
Setting with TorMinal *
Memory slot (mem)
032
Setting range
Factory setting
0 - 255
(0 ...63.75 seconds)
40
(10 seconds)
Setting the hold open time
• Pull once on the emergency release cord (N): the operator disengages
and the door can be opened manually.
Setting with TorMinal *
• Pull on the emergency release cord (N) once again: The operator
locks into position; door can only be moved with the operator.
031
• If door is fitted with a slip door but no safety mechanism for the slip
door - then install a slip-door safety mechanism (see “Accessories”).
* TorMinal
Memory slot (mem)
Setting range
Factory setting
2 - 255
(2 ...255 seconds)
30
(30 seconds)
• If the door does not have a slip door and if the garage does not have
a second entrance - install a release lock or Bowden cable to provide
outside release access (see “Accessories” instructions).
2
1
e
Cod
rt
Sta 2
1
WL
Safety
Start
ions 8
Opt
Force
N
D1
x.
LE
ma
ON
P2 F
OF
P1
15
D2
LE
D3
LE
D4
LE
1
T2
T1
Operation and Handling
Priority switching with time relay
“Teaching” the remote
control transmitter
If priority switching is applied to a button input for a command side (inside
or outside) with a time relay, then the operator recognises this.
• Press the “learn” button (1)
- Press 1x for channel 1; LED (3.1) lights up
- Press 2x for channel 2; LED (3.2) lights up
- If a radio code is not transmitted within 10 seconds, then the
receiver switches back to normal operating mode.
- Abort “Learning” mode: Press the “Learn” button (1) until all LEDs
go out.
Example: Priority switching from inside (exit).
The green phase for inside will be aborted after an outside command and
outside gets the drive authorization. After expiration of the times for outside,
inside automatically gets the drive authorization again.
See “Priority switching (DIP 3)”
• Press and hold the desired remote control transmitter key (5), until
the LED is off
- depending on the selected channel.
The respective code is transmitted to the radio receiver.
Radio Receiver
If the controller/radio receiver is defective, then the stored radio
codes can still be used by pulling off the memory module (7) and
inserting it on the spare control unit.
• LED goes out - “teaching” process is complete
“Teaching” additional remote control transmitters. Repeat the above steps.
A maximum of 448 memory slots are available per radio receiver.
Safety Instructions
• For safe operation you must comply with local safety guidelines that
apply to this type of equipment! Information is provided by electrical
power utilities, VDE (Association of German Engineers) and Employers'
Liability Insurance Associations
(or similar institutions).
Delete remote control transmitter
button from radio receiver
If a user of a multi-user garage facility moves house and wants to take his
remote control transmitter with him, then all the codes of the given user’s
remote control transmitter must be deleted from the radio receiver.
• 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).
For security reasons, each button and/or combination of buttons
of the remote control transmitter should be deleted!
• Try replacing the batteries should reception problems be encountered.
• Press the “Learn” button (1) and keep it depressed for 5 seconds
until an LED starts to flash (any LED)
Description of Display and
Push-buttons
• Release the “Learn” button (1) - radio receiver is in delete mode.
6
2
• Press the push-button on the remote control transmitter, the one
whose code must be deleted on the radio receiver - LED goes out the delete process is complete. Delete process is ended
Repeat procedure for all push-buttons and combination of buttons.
5
4
Deleting a channel from the radio
receiver
5
7
• Press the “Learn” button (1) and keep it depressed.
- Press 1x for channel 1; LED (3.1) lights up
- Press 2x for channel 2; LED (3.2) lights up
- LED is illuminated depending on which channel has been selected.
After 5 seconds, the LED starts to flash and then lights up after an
additional 10 seconds.
3.2
1
3.1
• Release the “Learn” button (1) - delete process is complete.
(1) “Learn” button
Puts radio receiver in a given operating mode:
“learn”, delete and normal
Deleting the radio receiver’s memory
(2) Internal aerial
If a remote control transmitter is lost, then for security reasons all channels
on the receiver must be deleted! After this has been done, all the remote
control transmitters must be “re-taught” by the receiver.
(3) LED
indicates which channel has been selected.
(3.1) LED radio channel 1 (inside)
(3.2) LED radio channel 2 (outside)
• Press the "Learn" button (1) and keep it depressed.
- After 5 seconds the LED flashes (3.1 or 3.2) - after an additional 10
seconds the LED (3.1 or 3.2) lights up.
- After a total of 25 seconds, all the LEDs light up (3.1 + 3.2).
(4) Connection for external aerial (6)
If the transmission range is not sufficient with the internal antenna,
then you can use an external antenna. See “Accessories”.
• Release the “Learn” button (1) - delete process is complete.
(5) Manual remote control button
Connecting an External Aerial
(6) External aerial
• An external aerial can be fitted if the range of the radio receiver's internal
aerial is insufficient.
(7) Memory module for radio codes, insertable
• The aerial cable should not place any mechanical stress on the radio
remote control receiver, attach a strain relief device.
• Connect the external aerial (6) to connection (4).
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Functions
General Tips
Priority switching (DIP 3)
• At delivery, all DIP switches are in OFF position. All additional functions
are disabled.
If inside has green and a command comes from outside, the green phase
inside is aborted and after the clearance time, it is switched to green for
outside.
Obstruction in the door travel path:
Recognition and behaviour (DIP 1)
Implementation example:
Very short driveway, car protrudes into the street.
This priority switching is also active if a permanent signal (continuous exit authorization) is applied to button connection 1).
T2
DIP switch 3
T1
OFF
Deactivated
ON
Activated
Premature closing (DIP 4)
5 seconds after driving through the photoelectric cell (connection on safety
input 1: terminal 6 + 7) the door closes. Time is adjustable with TorMinal
(mem 030).
Obstruction with door OPEN
If the door strikes an obstruction (force switch-off) or if the safety input is
interrupted (e.g. someone trips the photoelectric cell), the drive recognises
this andreacts according to setting of DIP switch 1.
Safety input 1 (safety 1)
terminal 6 +7
DIP switch 1: OFF
DIP switch 1: ON
No reaction
Door stops if a photoelectric cell is connected. Red signal
lights flash rapidly. With
8.2 k Ohm or Fraba
strip there is no reaction. As soon as the
obstruction is removed
the operator continues
its travel in door OPEN.
Door closes after the
times the expire.
Safety input 2
(Safety 2)
terminals 8 + 9
Door stops
See OFF
Red signal lights flash
rapidly Next command,
operator travels in door
CLOSE.
Power switch-off
Door stops
See OFF
Next command, operator travels in door
CLOSE.
x
x
DIP switch 4 has priority over DIP switch 5
DIP switch 4
DIP switch 4 must be OFF.
DIP switch 5
Power switch-off
Door opens completely
Operator moves to door CLOSED after the times
expire.
x
DIP switch 6
Photoelectric cell / 8.2 k Ohm
OFF
Deactivated
ON
Activated
Display type red signal light (DIP 7)
Red signal lights (inside and outside) light up when the door is closed.
DIP switch 7
OFF
Deactivated
ON
Activated
Test mode (DIP 8)
All signal light functions are switched off: Warning, clearance and hold open
time. Thus the operator can be adjusted or serviced without the signal light
functions hindering the work or causing them to be improperly adjusted.
In test mode operation is switched off via radio channels 1 + 2 and button
2, only button 1 (command inside) is active.
DIP switch 8
DIP switch 2 (terminals 6 + 7)
Fraba strip
Activated
This feature is used to off-load the door and operator mechanism. The
operator travels briefly backward in the door OPEN direction once it has
reached the door CLOSED end position, thus relieving the strain on the
mechanism. Time is adjustable with TorMinal (mem 033).
In OFF position, the operator recognises automatically whether a
photoelectric cell or an 8.2 k Ohm strip is connected.
ON
Deactivated
ON
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. This is a simpler way
to activate the emergency release.
Safety connection
function 1 (DIP 2)
OFF
OFF
BackJump (DIP 6)
Door opens completely
operator continues automatically in normal operating sequence after the obstruction has been
removed. Operator moves to door CLOSED after
the times expire.
No reaction
Activated
5 seconds after driving through the photoelectric cell (connection on safety
input 1: terminals 6 + 7) the hold open time is extended by 5 seconds. Time
is adjustable with TorMinal (mem 030).
If the door strikes an obstruction (force switch-off) or if the safety input is
interrupted (e.g. someone trips the photoelectric cell), the operator recognises this and reacts.
Safety input 2
(Safety 2)
Terminal 8 + 9
Deactivated
ON
Extending the hold open time (DIP 5)
Obstruction with door CLOSE
Safety input 1
(Safety 1)
Terminal 6 + 7
OFF
17
OFF
Normal mode
ON
Test mode
Connections
Terminal bar, 24-pole
Connect button 1 (inside)
2
• Permissible cable cross-section: Max 1.5 mm .
D
-1
-0
8
Terminal
GN
SIG
SIG
10
9
11
16
15
14
13
2
1
18
17
Delivery status: The push-button cable is connected to push-button 1.
SIG
-2
19
20
21
22
23
24
1
2
3
6
5
4
1
Terminal
1
Antenna connection 40 MHz
2+3
Button 1 * (inside) *
4+5
Button 2 (outside)
6+7
Safety input 1 (bridge) *
8+9
Safety input 2 (bridge) *
2+3
0
2
Connection button 1 (inside)
Connect button 2 (outside)
Delivery status: free
10 + 11 Regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
12 + 13 Chain (12) + rail (13) *
14 + 15 Transformer 24 V AC, secondary *
16
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
17
9
8
7
1
11
10
10
11
SIG 0 *
SO
18
19
MM
ER
SIG 1 *
Terminal
20 + 21 Regulated 12 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
4+5
Connection button 2 (outside)
22
23
GND (ground) *
24
SIG 2 *
Connecting photoelectric cell 1
Delivery status: Jumper
* Factory settings
Trolley board
6
5
7
8
2
1
4
Terminal
M1100
1
Power supply to chain
2
Power supply to rail
3+4
Limit switch door OPEN
5
Motor cable
6
Motor cable
7+8
Limit switch door CLOSED
6
Q
1
2
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1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
Q
1
10
11
6+7
10 + 11 Regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
tested connection for potential-free contacts
3
7
17
Terminal
8
5
13
16
Terminal
4
1
2
3
M550-800
6
5
4
9
8
7
10
12
11
14
15
10:
24 V/DC
11:
Ground
Settings: see “Obstruction in Door Travel Path”
Connect 8.2 k Ohm strip
Delivery status: Jumper
Analysis 8.2 k Ohm. Connection without special analyzer.
1
2
3
Terminal
4
5
6
6+7
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
tested connection for an 8.2 k Ohm strip
Settings: see “Obstruction in Door Travel Path”
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1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
10
11
6
7
Connections
Connecting photoelectric cell 2
12 Volt Connection
Delivery status: Jumper
Delivery status: free
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
11
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
Q
1
2
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1
2
3
4
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1
2
3
4
5
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1
2
10
11
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1
2
3
4
5
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1
2
3
4
5
10
11
8
9
12
Terminal
8+9
Tested connection for potential-free contacts,
only reacts if door is open
24 V/DC
11:
Ground
5
6
7
Terminals 12
Chain
Terminals 13
C-rail
10
20:
12 V/DC
21:
Ground
Delivery status: free
A/B/C
Delivery status: Supplied connected as standard.
9
15
18
21
24
Connecting an External Aerial
Chain and C-rail
8
14
17
20
23
Terminals 20 + 21 Regulated 12 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
Terminals 10 + 11 Regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
10:
13
16
19
22
12
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Swap the connections when using the drive on a swing door
TorMinal Interface
24 Volt Connection
Functions, see accessories.
Delivery status: free
4
5
6
T
2
T
1
LE
D
4
10
14
17
20
LE
D
3
9
13
16
19
E
D
2
7
8
12
11
15
18
Connecting Fraba System
Terminals 10 + 11 Regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
10:
24 V/DC
11:
Ground
Transformer
Delivery status: Supplied connected as standard.
6
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
14
16
15
17
18
19
20
21
916
815
714
2
6
5
4
Terminals 6
Terminals 14 + 15 Transformer 24 V AC, secondary
19
18
71
101
418
72
231
6
1
522
211
014
2
3
1
1219
19
2
T1
6
20
21
Cable green from the Fraba system
only if DIP switch 2 is ON
Terminals 20
Cable brown from the Fraba system (DC 12V)
Terminals 21
Fraba white system cable (ground)
Connections
Connections for Signal Light Control
Unit 2
Variant 1: Fraba system + photoelectric cell
LE
• Permissible cable cross-section: 0.5 mm2 ...2.5 mm2.
T1
20
21
D4
Q
1
4
5
8
7
6
9
10
12
11
13
Q
1
2
14
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1
2
3
4
5
2
10
11
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1
2
3
4
5
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Tim
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
0
IG
S 1
IG
S 2
IG
S
714
6
219
181
71
1
0
1
916
815
216
152
421
1
0
132
10
11
6 aba
Fr
Connection strip for control cable that comes from the operator.
Terminal
Terminals 6
Terminal
Cable green from the Fraba system via photoelectric
cell only if DIP switch 2 is ON
SIG 0
Terminal 17 on control unit
SIG 1
Terminal 19 on control unit
SIG 2
Terminal 24 on control unit
Terminal 23 on control unit
10 + 11 regulated 24 V/DC, max. 0.1 A
10:
24 V/DC
11:
Ground
Special Functions
Terminal
20
Cable brown from the Fraba system (DC 12V)
Terminal
21
Cable white from Fraba system (earth)
Cycle counter
Maintenance monitoring
Settings: see section on “Obstruction in Door Travel Path”
These functions and other functions or settings can only be made with the
TorMinal.
Connections for Signal Light
Controller 1
Example: garage lighting
• Permissible cable cross-section: 1 mm2 ...2.5 mm2.
• Permissible cable cross-section: 1 mm2 ...2.5 mm2
E
S
FU
20
5x
L
N
E
EP
N
L
N
GI
N
RI
N
GA
N
RA
ht
Lic
L N PE PE N L N GI N RI N GA N RA Licht
P
Connection strip for the signal lights (incl. mains supply) and potential-free
relay contact (e.g. garage lighting).
Terminal
Designation/function
AC 230 V
Mains supply
L (1)
AC 220 ...240 V
N (2)
Neutral conductor
PE (3)
Protective earth
Voltage tap mains power
PE (4)
Protective earth
N (5)
Neutral conductor
L (6)
AC 220 ...240 V
N
N
RI
GA
N
RA
ht
Lic
L
Signal light connections
N (7)
Neutral conductor GI
GI (8)
Signal light green inside
N (9)
Neutral conductor RI
RI (10)
Signal light red inside
N (11)
Neutral conductor RI
GA (12)
Signal light green outside
N (13)
Neutral conductor RA
RA (14)
Signal light red outside
N
L
N
L
Potential-free relay contact
Terminal Light (15 + 16)
Can be used for controlling a stairwell light timer/time relay. The contact is
closed for 1 second.
Potential-free relay contact
Light (15 + 16)
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Accessories
9. Slip-door safety mechanism
The accessories depicted here are not included in the scope of
delivery. They must be ordered separately.
1
Attention!
Always connect the slip-door safety mechanism to safety input 2
(terminals 8 + 9). If the slip-door safety mechanism is connected
to the trolley, then the operator will not recognise the door position.
3
2
0 2
Always connect the slip door switch as opener.
1
0 2
1
5
4
6
7
8
9
1
2
4
3
5
7
6
P
8
9
0
M
Esc
10
11
Other pulse generators include: Remote control transmitters,
funkcody, radio-operated interior switches and key-operated
buttons. A connection line to the operator does not need to be
installed for radio transmission, ask your dealer.
1
Red / green signal light
2
Key-activated button (1 contact or 2 contact)
3.
Photoelectric cell
4.
Junction box
5.
Flagpole aerial (incl. 6 m, 10 m or 16 m cable)
6.
Release lock
7.
Pull-cord switch
8.
Funkcody
9.
Slip-door safety mechanism
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
12
11
10. Safety contact strip: 8.2 k Ohm or Fraba
11. TorMinal
Additional accessories on request.
1
0
2
1
2
4
3
5
7
6
P
21
8
9
0
M
Esc
13
14
15
Accessories
11. TorMinal
Memory slot
Mem
Setting
range
Val
Description of respective functions
Default setting = Val
marathon tiga
003
- 1)
Force taught when opening gate/door (OPEN)
225 3)
004
- 1)
Force taught when closing gate/door (CLOSE)
255 3)
005
- 1)
Travel time when opening gate/door (OPEN)
255 3)
Value in steps of 0.25 seconds
Example: value shown 40 = 10 seconds
006
- 1)
Travel time when closing gate/door (CLOSE)
255 3)
Value in steps of 0.25 seconds
Example: value shown 40 = 10 seconds
011
- 2)
255 3)
Cycle counter (Z0)
Number of cycles: counter status times 16.536
012
- 2)
013
2)
255 3)
Cycle counter (Z1):
Number of cycles in total:256
-
Cycle counter (Z2) counts from 0 to 255
255 3)
Total number of cycles:
Z0 x 16.536 + Z1 x 256 + Z2 = Number of cycles
017
0 - 255
Length of soft run from gate/door end OPEN
position or gate/door end CLOSE position
0
Up until acceleration to maximum speed
0 - no soft run, 255 - max. length
Length soft run
Gate/door end
OPEN position
018
0-8
Gate/door end
CLOSE position
Length of soft run ramp
2
High value = long ramp, low value = short ramp
019
15 - 60
Soft run speed when opening
25
020
15 - 60 Maximum speed when opening
55 4)
Note!
Memory position (020) can only be modified after the control system has been reset (force
values deleted). Such a system reset cannot be completed with the TorMinal software.
1)
Value displayed cannot be changed, and is read and memorised by the control unit when the force
values and travel times are taught.
2)
Value displayed cannot be changed.
3)
When supplied, the value 255 has been set. Once the force values and travel time have been taught,
the values that are actually needed are then memorised.
4)
Perform reset, otherwise these values cannot be changed.
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Accessories
Memory slot
Mem
021
Setting
range
Val
0 - 40
Description of respective functions
Start of soft run ramp for gate/door end
OPEN position
Default setting = Val
marathon tiga
15
Start of soft run ramp prior to drive mechanism moving into
gate/door end OPEN position. Adjustable in steps of 0.25
seconds.
Start of soft run ramp
Start from gate/door
end OPEN position
022
15 - 60
Stop in gate/door
end CLOSE position
25
Soft run speed when closing
15 - 60
023
45 4)
Maximum speed when closing
Note!
Memory position (023) can only be modified after the control system has been reset (force
values deleted). Such a system reset cannot be completed with the TorMinal software.
024
0 - 40
Start of soft run ramp for gate/door end
CLOSE position
15
Start of soft run ramp prior to drive mechanism moving into
gate/door end CLOSE position. Adjustable in steps of
0.25 seconds.
Start of soft run ramp
Start from gate/door
end CLOSE position
026
0 - 255
Stop in gate/door
end OPEN position
Cycle counter for maintenance
0
Indication of a set value which when reached should activate
the maintenance signal.
Example: input of a set value of 2 means that after 512
cycles the equipment should be serviced. If the next service
is required after a further 512 cycles, then a value of 4 has
to be input during the given maintenance session.
027
0 - 255
16
Warning time OPEN
Duration of early warning period, adjustable in steps of
0.25 seconds. 4 = 1 second, 40 = 10 seconds
028
0 - 255
Warning time CLOSE
20
Duration of early warning period, adjustable in steps of
0.25 seconds. 4 = 1 second, 40 = 10 seconds
versing period when safety input has been
tripped or when automatic power cut-off occurs. Adjustable
in steps of 0.25 seconds.
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Accessories
Memory slot
Mem
030
Setting
range
Val
1 - 20
Description of respective functions
Closing time with light barrier or extension
of gate open time
Default setting = Val
marathon tiga
20
Depending on DIP switch positions 4 or 5, whereby DIP
switch 4 has precedence:
DIP 4 OFF: Standard gate open time
DIP 4 ON: Gate closes X seconds after the light barrier has
been triggered.
DIP 5 OFF: Standard gate open time
DIP 5 ON: After the light barrier has been triggered, the gate
open time is extended by X seconds
Z0 x 16,536 + Z1 x 256 + Z2 = number of cycles
031
2 - 255
30
Gate open time
Adjustable in steps of 1 second.
032
0 - 255
40
Clearing time
Adjustable in steps of 0.25 seconds
033
0 - 255
20
Back jump
Adjustable in steps of 1 millisecond.
034
4 - 255
8
Reversing period
Duration of reversing period when safety input has been
tripped or when automatic power cut-off occurs. Adjustable
in steps of 0.25 seconds.
035
0 - 255
1. Switching soft run ramps ON or OFF
This function enables the soft run ramps to be switched ON
or OFF individually.
All soft run ramps (1 - 4) activated
= 15
Ramp 1
(start from gate/door end CLOSE position) ON = 1
Ramp 2
(stop in gate/door end OPEN position) ON
= 2
Ramp 3
(start from gate/door end OPEN position) ON
= 4
Ramp 4
(stop in gate/door end CLOSE position) ON
= 8
Setting and memorising required values
Example 1:
Switch off ramp 1 + ramp 2:
15 - 1 -2 = 12, input and memorise this value (12).
Example 2:
Switch on ramp 2 + ramp 4:
2 + 8 = 10, input and memorise this value (10).
2. Maintenance monitoring
Before the maintenance monitoring mode can be activated,
the number of cycles requiring monitoring needs to be set on
memory slot 026.
- monitoring function OFF
=
0
- monitoring maintenance cycles
=
64
- maintenance alarm has been activated
=
128
When the maintenance alarm has been activated, the value
set on memory slot 035 is increased by 128.
Deleting maintenance alarm: reduce value set on memory
slot 035 by 128.
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Accessories
Memory slot
Mem
Setting
range
Val
037
Description of respective functions
Force tolerance
Default setting = Val
marathon tiga
48 4)
Adjustable additional force tolerance
16 = min. additional force, 48 = max. additional force
Note!
Memory position (023) can only be modified after the control system has been reset (force
values deleted). Such a system reset cannot be completed with the TorMinal software.
047
-
For factory testing purposes
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Maintenance and Care
Important Information
Never use a hose or a high-pressure cleaner to spray down the
operator or the control unit housing.
2
1
• Always disconnect the mains plug prior to working on the operator mechanism.
• Never use alkaline solutions or acids for cleaning purposes.
• Wipe operator clean with a dry cloth as required.
T2
• Keep your hands clear of a door in operation and any moving parts.
T1
• There is a risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door
system’s moving parts or edges where it closes.
• All fixing screws on the operator should be checked for firm seat and
tightened if necessary.
1. Fuse for warning light 1 connection, terminals 16 + 17.
2. Fuse for warning light 2 connection, terminals 18 +19.
• Check the door in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
Signal light control unit
Cleaning the Chains and Guide Rails
• Switch off mains power.
1
2
FUSE
8
3
5x20
7
FUSE
5x20
N
PE
PE
N
L
N
GI
N
RI
N
GA
N
RA
Lic
ht
SIG
SIG 2
SIG 0
1
L
L
• If the chain (7) or guide rails (8) are heavily soiled, clean them using
a clean cloth.
• Lubricate the chain with “conductive” oil as needed.
Do not use grease!
N
PE
PE
N
L
Recommended oil types: Ballistol, WD40 contact spray
Fuse for mains power connection, terminal L + N
• Remove 4 screws (1).
• Remove lid (2).
• Replace defective fuse (3); all fuses are 1A, slow-blow type.
Changing fuses
Motor Control Unit
• Disconnect plug from socket.
3
C
od
e
2
1
• Remove control unit lid (1). Remove screws (2).
• Pull out control unit (3).
• Replace defective fuse; fuses 1A fast-acting.
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N
GI
N
Maintenance and Care
Regular Checks
Check safety devices regularly, (at least 1x annually), to ensure they function correctly (e.g. ZH 1/494). ZH 1/494).
Safety devices that are sensitive to pressure (e.g. safety switch unit) should be checked every four weeks to ensure that they function correctly;
see EN 60335-2-95.
Test
Behaviour
yes/no
Possible cause
Remedy
Power switch-off
door wing to stop when
closing with a 50 mm high
object.
operator reverses when
encountering the object
yes
• Force switch-off functions
without limitations
no
• Force tolerance set too high. • Reduce the force tolerance. Decrease the setting with
TorMinal. Beforehand, open and close the door
completely 2x under supervision.
See section on “Setting maximum force”
• Door is incorrectly adjusted
• Leave all settings as they are.
• Adjust door, call a specialist!
Emergency Release
Procedure as described in Emergency release can be
the section on “Emergency easily activated (pull 1x,
release”.
operator is unlocked)
yes
• Everything is in order!
no
• Operator pushes the door
closed. Door and operator
mechanisms are strained.
• Adjust end switch for door CLOSED, or activate backjump (DIP switch 6 ON).
• Emergency release is defec- • Repair emergency release.
tive.
• Door jams
• Check door, see maintenance instructions for the door.
Safety contact strip if present
Open/close door and acti- Behaviour of the door as
vate the strip in the process. set on DIP switch 1.
Safety LED lights up
yes
• Everything is in order!
no
• Broken cable, loose terminal • Check wiring, tighten terminal connection.
• DIP switch incorrectly
adjusted
• Correctly adjust DIP switch
• Strip is defective
• Remove door operator from operation and ensure that
it cannot restart by accident. Contact after-sales
service!
Photoelectric cell, 1 if present
Open/close door and
activate the photoelectric
cell in the process.
Behaviour of the door as
set on DIP switch 1.
Safety LED lights up
yes
• Everything is in order!
no
• Broken cable, loose terminal • Check wiring, tighten terminal connection.
• DIP switch is set incorrectly
• Set DIP switch correctly
• Photoelectric cell is dirty
• Clean photoelectric cell
• Photoelectric cell is out of
adjustment (bent bracket)
• Correctly adjust photoelectric cell
• Defective photoelectric cell
• Remove door operator from operation and ensure that
it cannot restart by accident. Contact after-sales service!
Photoelectric cell 2 if present
Open/close door and acti- Door stops Red signal lights
vate the photoelectric cell in flash rapidly Next comthe process.
mand, operator moves in
door CLOSED.
Safety LED lights up
yes
• Everything is in order!
no
• Broken cable, loose terminal • Check wiring, tighten terminal connection.
• DIP switch is set incorrectly
• Set DIP switch correctly
• Photoelectric cell is dirty
• Clean photoelectric cell
• Photoelectric cell is out of
adjustment (bent bracket)
• Correctly adjust photoelectric cell
• Defective photoelectric cell
• Remove door operator from operation and ensure that
it cannot restart by accident. Contact after-sales
service!
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Miscellaneous
Disassembly
Observe safety instructions!
The work procedure is the same as in the “Assembly” section however in
the reverse sequence. The adjustment work described is not necessary.
Correct Disposal
Observe appropriate local regulations!
Warranty and After-Sales Service
The warranty granted complies with statutory requirements. Contact your
local dealer for any warranty claims.
Warranty entitlements only apply to the country in which the given operator
was purchased.
Batteries, fuses and bulbs are not covered by the warranty.
If you require customer service, spare parts, or accessories, then please
contact your dealer.
We have tried to make the assembly and operating instructions as clear as
possible. If you have suggestions for a better format, or if information is
missing in the assembly and operating instructions, then please send us
your suggestions:
Fax:
0049 / 7021 / 8001-53
E-mail:
docu@sommer-torantriebe.de
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Help in case of malfunction
Troubleshooting Tips
Many problems can be solved by a control unit 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:
• Perform a complete control unit reset (deletion of programmed force values) and “re-teach” the operator.
• Disconnect any accessories that may have been connected (e.g. light barrier) and reconnect the jumper if there is a safety connection.
• Set all DIP switches to default settings (OFF).
• If settings have been changed using the TorMinal, reset the control unit using the TorMinal.
• Check all connections to the direct terminal strip and tighten as needed.
You can resolve malfunctions on the operator according to the following table. If you cannot solve the problem yourself, contact your local retailer for advice
or visit our Internet site at http://www.sommer-torantriebe.de and click on “Forum”.
Fault
Red signal lights flash
Operator does not function
Possible cause
Remedy
Operator is not programmed, no force Teaching the Operator See section on commissioning
values are saved.
No mains power is present on the
operator. LED power off.
Plug in power plug
No mains power is present on the
operator. LED power off.
Plug in power plug
No control unit installed
Install control unit.
Fuse in garage circuit has tripped
Replace fuse, use a different device e.g. electric drill, to check the
power supply.
Photoelectric cell tripped,
safety LED lights up
Eliminate interruption
Safety switch unit (8.2 Kohm) defective Replace safety contact strip; set DIP switch 2 to ON
or DIP switch 2 is ON; safety LED is lit
Fraba system activated but photoelec- Switch off Fraba system; set DIP switch 2 to OFF
tric cell or safety switch unit (8.2
kOhm) is onnected; safety LED is lit
Operator does not function when operated
with remote control unit
Operator does not function when operated
using push-button
Operator stops at door CLOSED and completely opens the door.
Battery in remote control transmitter is Change battery
flat
Remote control transmitter has not
been “taught” to radio receiver
Teach remote control transmitter
Wrong radio frequency
Check frequency (40 MHz with wire aerial; 868 MHz without
external aerial)
Command is permanently applied
because the button is jammed. Start
LED is illuminated
Release button, replace manual transmitter (remove battery)
No mains power
Plug in power plug
Push-button not connected or defective Connect push-button or replace
No mains power
Plug in power plug
Obstruction has tripped automatic
force cut-off
Remove obstruction
Incorrect force values “taught” or force Delete force values and “teach” new ones. Increase force tolerance
tolerance is too low
only if these measures prove ineffective. See the “Setting Maximum
Force” section.
Switch-trigger set incorrectly
Reset switch-trigger; see “Setting Limit Switches” section
Door is incorrectly adjusted or is defec- Have door adjusted correctly or repaired by a person qualified to do
tive (e.g. spring shaft)
so
Operator stops at door OPEN
Obstruction has tripped automatic
force switch-off
Remove obstruction. The operator will close the door with the next
command.
Incorrect force values “taught” or force Delete force values and “teach” new ones. Increase force tolerance
tolerance is too low
only if these measures prove ineffective. See the “Setting Maximum
Force” section.
Switch-trigger set incorrectly
Reset switch-trigger; see “Setting Limit Switches” section
Connected safety fixture is tripped and Eliminate interruption or set DIP switch 1 to OFF
DIP switch 1 is set to ON
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Help in case of malfunction
Fault
Operator does not close door
Possible cause
Remedy
Mains power photoelectric cell is
tripped
Check connection
replace fuse
Power supply to photoelectric cell inter- The first command issued after the mains supply has been restored
rupted
always has the operator fully open the door.
- Connected button defective - replace
Permanent signal on button input 1/2
- Remote control transmitter defective or there is interference
or radio channel 1/2. Start LED
- Timer connected
lights up.
Operator opens the door, then there is no
reaction
Safety input tripped
- Remove obstruction from photoelectric cell path
(e.g. photocell defective)
- Repair photoelectric cell
more on one command with key or
Safety LED lights up
- Terminal bar is not connected correctly
remote control transmitter
Totally normal
Operator closes the door automatically, after expiration of the times
(hold open time, clearance time, and warning time)
Opening or closing speed varies
Operator starts slowly and then picks
up speed
“Soft run” mode - completely normal.
Chain rail is dirty
Clean rail and re-lubricate,
see “Maintenance and Care” section
Chain rail has been lubricated with the Clean rail and re-lubricate,
wrong oil
see “Maintenance and Care” section
Chain tension incorrect
Tension chain, see “Assembly”
Operator does not terminate “Learn”
sequence.
End positions set incorrectly
Adjust end positions (see general instructions in “Commissioning”).
“Start” LED is continuously on
Continuous signal on button connection 1 or 2.
Check connected buttons (e.g. key-activated button, if connected)
Permanent signal from radio receiver,
LEDs
- Remove battery from the remote control transmitter
- Wait until the external signal decays.
3.1 or 3.2 on the radio receiver
light up. Radio signal is being received;
a remote control transmitter button
might be defective or an external signal
is received.
Radio receiver only!!
- Delete the data of all radio control devices that are not in use.
All LEDs are flashing
All memory slots are occupied (max.
448 positions)
LED 3.1 or 3.2 is continuously on
Radio signal is being received; a
- Remove battery from the remote control transmitter
remote control transmitter button might - Wait until the external signal ceases.
be defective or an external signal is
received.
LED 3.1 or 3.2 is continuously on
Radio receiver is in “learning” mode
and expects a code signal from a
remote control device.
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- Install additional radio receiver.
Press desired button on remote control transmitter
Replacement part list marathon tiga 800 SL
FU
16
3.1
SE
5x2
1.1
16.3
0
L
N
P
E
P
E
3.6
1.22
3.2
16.4
1.23
SIG
SIG
0
SIG
1
2
16.1
Lic
ht
1.2
1.24
N
RA
E
FUS
16.2
L
N
PE
PE
N
L
N
GI
N
RI
0
5x2
N
GA
3.7
1.25
3.5
1.26
17
1.4
10.2
3.3
16.6
16.5
10.1
3.4
2.22
3.3
2.19
2.17
2.5
13
2.16
2.4
2.20
14
15
10.2
2.14
2.18
1.3
1.5
2.6
11
2.21
4.10 4.12 4.4
4.3
2.29
4.9
13
1.18
4.1
11
2.23
2.17
2.17
2.15
4.7
2.8
1.13
1.6 1.9
2.28
2.3
2.10
12
T2
1.12
T1
1.7
2.27
LED4
2.2
LED3
LED2
LED1
2.9
4.5
4.6
4.8
4.4 4.11
14
1.10
8
4.2
2.1
1.16
2.11
1.7
2.22
1.8
2.25
2.26
1.17
8
6
1.13
2.13
2.24
1.14
2.12
9.3
9.1
9.2
7
5
1.19
1.20
Item
Item no.
Item designation
1
?
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Fig. above
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
Fig. above
1.15
1.16
1.17
Fig. above
1.18
1.19
1.20
1.21
1.22
1.23
1.24
1.25
1.26
Fig. above
2
-
41002
4609V010
41000
40005
41006
41014V000
40071
40012
32007
41067
40011
Control unit housing marathon tiga 800 SL, 1100 SL,
868MHz. incl. Control unit and cover
Control unit housing - lower part (plastic)
Cover control unit housing marathon SL, anthracite
Photoelectric cell
Cap screw
External covering for control unit
Transformer ring core, 200VA, 230/240V with power cable D
Sink head sheet metal screw 4.2 x 13 DIN7982
Universal holder
Hex nut M5, DIN985 galvanised
Hex bolt M5 x 55, DIN912
Thread clamp
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
4601V000
10069
41007V001
41010
Motor control unit marathon tiga SL, 868MHz with holder
Sheet metal screw 2.9 x 9.5 DIN7981
Direct terminal bar for motor control unit, 24-pole
Jumper for safety inputs
1
4
1
2
1000-100
41016
41011V001
41009
11513
4608
Fuse 1 A slow-blow
Strain-relief device large
Sticker strain relief device
2-wire button cable
Sliding lid
Contact spring housing incl. litz wire
2
1
1
1
1
1
41003
40038
40080
40036
10017
41010
4624V000
4625V000
1
2
1
1
1
2
-
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18
2.19
2.20
2.21
2.22
2.23
2.24
40110V000
10079
40123
10049V001
10050
41025
4606
10054
10052
10053
10055
40013
32047
40115
40002
40003
10022
10065
10063
10064
10062
10066
40124
10502V000
Litz wire contact chain, gray red, 300 mm
Nut M8 8 DIN934
Pressure spring
Plain washer 8.4 DIN125A galvanised
Tension bolts M8 x 190, galvanised
Jumper for safety inputs
Trolley 800N complete for operators w/o chain case
Motor 18V 800N item. 2.1, completely assembled with
item: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.27, 2.28
18V motor for operators 800N
Conical pressure spring
Coupling hub for operators 800N
Sprocket disk 11 teeth, “new design”
Screw M4 x 10 DIN7985 with washer and tooth lock washer
Trolley lower part (plastic) without chain case
Trolley release mechanism complete (item 2.8 - 2.13)
Emergency release lever red
Emergency release mechanism
Pressure spring
Stop plate
T-handle red
Wire cable
Screw M6 x 20 DIN7500-C Tros T25
Micro-switch “DOOR CLOSED”, blue/blue-red
Micro-switch “DOOR OPEN”, blue-black/blue-brown
Screw 3 x 17, pan-head, 196
Contact spring-chain
Litz wire contact spring-chain, red-green, 110 mm
Contact spring-rail
Litz wire contact spring-rail, red, 120 mm
Sheet metal screw 3.5 x 13 DIN7981
Trolley board 800-1100N
Trolley hood anthracite
1.1
Unit
2.25
40121
Litz wire motor power trolley 800N green
2.26
40122
Litz wire motor power trolley 800N red
2.27
40111
Spacing washer (plastic)
2.28
40112
Screw M6 x 20 DIN7991, micro-encapsulated
2.29
10070
Screw covering red
3
1613
Ceiling suspension fitting complete
3.1
10037V001
Ceiling suspension fitting (plastic)
3.2
40069
Ceiling suspension fitting perforated steel strip
Assembly kit for ceiling suspension fitting
3.3
10036
Lock screw M8 x 25 incl. nut M8
3.4
40072
Tooth lock washer 8.2 DIN6797
3.5
40027
Wood screw 8 x 60 DIN 571
3.6
40073
Plug S10
3.7
40036
Plain washer 8.4 DIN125A
4
656
Assembly kit - sprint / marathon
4.1
41087
Button
4.2
40028
Hex sheet metal screw 6.5 x 19 DIN7982
4.3
40027
Wood screw 8 x 60 DIN 571
4.4
40036
Plain washer 8.4 DIN125A
4.5
40073
Plug S10
4.6
10068
Hexagonal screw M8 x 80, ISO4160, galvanised
4.7
10077
Tensioner for chain
4.8
40080
Pressure spring
4.9
10074
Connecting element plastic
4.10
10073
Hexagonal screw M10 x 100 DIN931
4.11
40037
Stop nut M10 DIN985
4.12
40074
Anchoring bracket 40 x 50 x 5 x 25
5
40040
Connecting rod 375mm hole clearance
6
10056
Ben bolt 10 x 34.5 x 30
7
40006
Ben bolt 10 x 24.5 x 20
8
40007
KL-fuse
9
1608V000
Door fitting bracket completely assembled
9.1
Door fitting bracket
9.2
U-bracket
9.3
Screw M6 x 12 DIN965
Travel range 2600 mm:
10
1808V000
C-rail complete incl. item 10.1 + 10.2
10.1
C-rail upper connecting element
10.2
C-rail 1600mm
11
11029
“Chain 1/2”” x 1/8””, 231 links”
12
10038V000
Front trigger-switch “V”, plastic
13
10039V000
Rear trigger-switch “R”, plastic
14
10040
Screw plate 6.3 x 19 without tip
15
10035
Chain lock 1/2” x 1/8” nickel plated”
Fig. above 46621V000
Installation and Operating Instructions
16
2160V000
Signal light control unit with housing
16.1
12270
Signal light control unit housing
16.2
13600
Signal light control unit
16.3
4100-101
Fuse 1A slow-blow
16.4
20064
Screw
16.5
Cable fitting M20
30016
Threaded connection M20
30018
Counter nut M20
16.6
Cable threaded coupling M16
30015
Threaded coupling M16
30017
Counter nut M16
17
13601
Connecting cable 7 m
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
31
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
5
4
5
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
Replacement part list marathon tiga 1100 SL
FU
16
3.1
SE
5x2
1.1
16.3
0
L
N
P
E
P
E
3.6
1.22
3.2
16.4
1.23
SIG
SIG
0
SIG
1
2
16.1
Lic
ht
1.2
1.24
N
RA
E
FUS
16.2
L
N
PE
PE
N
L
N
GI
N
RI
0
5x2
N
GA
3.7
1.25
3.5
1.26
17
1.4
10.2
3.3
16.6
16.5
10.1
3.4
2.22
3.3
2.19
2.17
2.5
13
2.16
2.4
2.20
14
15
10.2
2.14
2.18
1.3
1.5
2.6
11
2.21
4.10 4.12 4.4
4.3
2.29
4.9
13
1.18
4.1
11
2.23
2.17
2.17
2.15
4.7
2.8
1.13
1.6 1.9
2.28
2.3
2.10
12
T2
1.12
T1
1.7
2.27
LED4
2.2
LED3
LED2
LED1
2.9
4.5
4.6
4.8
4.4 4.11
14
1.10
8
4.2
2.1
1.16
2.11
1.7
2.22
1.8
2.25
2.26
1.17
8
6
1.13
2.13
2.24
1.14
2.12
9.3
9.1
9.2
7
5
1.19
1.20
Item
Item no.
Item designation
1
?
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Fig. above
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
Fig. above
1.15
1.16
1.17
Fig. above
1.18
1.19
1.20
1.21
1.22
1.23
1.24
1.25
1.26
Fig. above
2
-
41002
4609V010
41000
40005
41006
41014V000
40071
40012
32007
41067
40011
Control unit housing marathon tiga 800 SL, 1100 SL,
868MHz. incl. Control unit and cover
Control unit housing - lower part (plastic)
Cover control unit housing marathon SL, anthracite
Photoelectric cell
Cap screw
External covering for control unit
Transformer ring core, 200VA, 230/240V with power cable D
Sink head sheet metal screw 4.2 x 13 DIN7982
Universal holder
Hex nut M5, DIN985 galvanised
Hex bolt M5 x 55, DIN912
Thread clamp
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
4601V000
10069
41007V001
41010
Motor control unit marathon tiga SL, 868MHz with holder
Sheet metal screw 2.9 x 9.5 DIN7981
Direct terminal bar for motor control unit, 24-pole
Jumper for safety inputs
1
4
1
2
1000-100
41016
41011V001
41009
11513
4608
Fuse 1 A slow-blow
Strain-relief device large
Sticker strain relief device
2-wire button cable
Sliding lid
Contact spring housing incl. litz wire
2
1
1
1
1
1
41003
40038
40080
40036
10017
41010
2203V000
2202V000
1
2
1
1
1
2
-
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
Fig. above
2.16
Fig. above
2.17
2.18
2.19
2.20
2.21
2.22
13545V000
10079
40123
10049V001
10050
41025
4606
10054
10052
10053
10055
40013
32047
10051
13552
251
40003
256
10022
10065
13550
10064
13551
10066
Litze wire contact chain, gray red, 300 mm
Nut M8 8 DIN934
Pressure spring
Plain washer 8.4 DIN125A galvanised
Tension bolts M8 x 190, galvanised
Jumper for safety inputs
Trolley 1,100N complete for operators without chain case
Motor 18V 800N item. 2.1, completely assembled with
item: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.27, 2.28
18V motor for operators 1100N
Conical pressure spring
Coupling hub for operators 800N
Sprocket disk 11 teeth, “new design”
Screw M4 x 10 DIN7985 with washer and tooth lock washer
Trolley lower part (plastic) without chain case
Trolley release mechanism complete (item 2.8 - 2.13)
Emergency release lever red
Emergency release mechanism
Pressure spring
Stop plate
T-handle red
Wire cable
Screw M6 x 20 DIN912
Micro-switch “DOOR CLOSE”, blue/blue-red
Silicon hose 120 mm
Micro-switch “DOOR OPEN”, blue-black/blue-brown
Silicon hose 70 mm
Screw 3 x 17, pan-head, 196
Contact spring-chain
Litz wire contact spring-chain, trolley 1100N
Contact spring-rail
Litz wire contact spring chain, trolley 1100N
Sheet metal screw 3.5 x 13 DIN7981
1.1
Unit
2.23
40124
Trolley board 800-1100N
2.24
10502V000
Trolley cover anthracite
2.25
40121
Litz wire motor power trolley 800N green
2.26
40122
Litz wire motor power trolley 800N red
2.27
13546
Spacing washer (Alum.)
2.28
40112
Screw M6 x 20 DIN7991, micro-encapsulated
2.29
10070
Screw covering red
2.30
10069
Screw sheet metal lens cross-recess 2.9 x 9.5
3
1613
Ceiling suspension fitting complete
3.1
10037V001
Ceiling suspension fitting (plastic)
3.2
40069
Ceiling suspension fitting perforated steel strip
Assembly kit for ceiling suspension fitting
3.3
10036
Lock screw M8 x 25 incl. nut M8
3.4
40072
Tooth lock washer 8.2 DIN6797
3.5
40027
Wood screw 8 x 60 DIN 571
3.6
40073
Plug S10
3.7
40036
Plain washer 8.4 DIN125A
4
656
Assembly kit - sprint / marathon
4.1
41087
Button
4.2
40028
Hex sheet metal screw 6.5 x 19 DIN7982
4.3
40027
Wood screw 8 x 60 DIN 571
4.4
40036
Plain washer 8.4 DIN125A
4.5
40073
Plug S10
4.6
10068
Hexagonal screw M8 x 80, ISO4160, galvanised
4.7
10077
Tensioner for chain
4.8
40080
Pressure spring
4.9
10074
Connecting element plastic
4.10
10073
Hexagonal screw M10 x 100 DIN931
4.11
40037
Stop nut M10 DIN985
4.12
40074
Anchoring bracket 40 x 50 x 5 x 25
5
40040
Connecting rod 375mm hole clearance
6
10056
Ben bolt 10 x 34.5 x 30
7
40006
Ben bolt 10 x 24.5 x 20
8
40007
KL-fuse
9
1608V000
Door fitting bracket completely assembled
9.1
Door fitting bracket
9.2
U-bracket
9.3
Screw M6 x 12 DIN965
Travel range 2600 mm:
10
1808V000
C-rail complete incl. item 10.1 + 10.2
10.1
C-rail upper connecting element
10.2
C-rail 1600mm
11
11029
Chain 1/2” x 1/8”, 231 links
12
10038V000
Front trigger-switch “V”, plastic
13
10039V000
Rear trigger-switch “R”, plastic
14
10040
Screw plate 6.3 x 19 without tip
15
10035
Chain lock 1/2” x 1/8” nickel plated”
Fig. above 46621V000
Installation and Operating Instructions
16
2160V000
Signal light control unit with housing
16.1
12270
Signal light control unit housing
16.2
13600
Signal light control unit
16.3
4100-101
Fuse 1A slow-blow
16.4
20064
Screw
16.5
Cable threaded coupling M20
30016
Threaded coupling M20
30018
Counter nut M20
16.6
Cable threaded coupling M16
30015
Threaded coupling M16
30017
Counter nut M16
17
13601
Connecting cable 7 m
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
5
32
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
5
4
5
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
Schematic diagram
33
Door operators
Operators for roller shutters and awnings
Swing door operator twist 200 ...
... Tube motors
(electronic and
mechanical) ...
... Controllers ...
... Wall mounting bracket extensible ...
... Sliding door operator starglider 300 ...
Accessories
Wireless technology
... Photoelectric cells ...
... Funkcody ...
... Radio operated interior switch ...
... Sectional door fittings ...
... Warning light 24 V
... Radio plug button ...
... and much more.