INSTALLATION AND
OWNER’S MANUAL
MJ5011S & MH5011S
MS SERIES JACKSHAFT COMMERCIAL VEHICULAR
DOOR OPERATORS
100771
Serial #:
Date Installed:
As of date of manufacture,
meets all ANSI/UL 325
Safety Requirements for
Vehicular door operators
Your Dealer:
READ THIS MANUAL
CAREFULLY BEFORE
INSTALLATION OR USE.
SAVE THIS MANUAL!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Features ........................................................................................................... 3
Jackshaft Operator Applications.................................................................................. 3
Preparation ....................................................................................................................4
Figure 1 - Component Identification Pictorial.............................................................. 4
Important Installation Warnings (Things To Do Before & During Installation) ......... 5
Table 1 - Component Identification Listing.................................................................. 5
Installation Instructions ...........................................................................................6-12
Figure 2 - Operator Footprint........................................................................................ 6
Figure 3 - Release/Hand Chain Wall Bracket Installation ........................................... 7
Figure 4 - Mounting Positions ...................................................................................... 7
Figure 5 - Operator Dimensions - Model M50JF.......................................................... 8
Figure 5A - Operator Dimensions - Model M50JH ....................................................... 8
Setting The Limits ......................................................................................................... 9
Figure 6 - Limit Adjustment .......................................................................................... 9
Electrical Wiring Instructions ..................................................................................... 10
Figure 7 - Power Connections .................................................................................... 10
Figure 8 - Pneumatic Door Edge Installation............................................................. 11
Figure 9 - Pneumatic / Foam Door Edge & Photoelectric Wiring ............................. 11
Figure 11 - 3 Button Station Wiring ............................................................................ 12
Figure 12 - Single Button / External Interlock Wiring................................................ 12
Turning On Power to the Operator ............................................................................. 12
Operation and Adjustment Instructions ...............................................................13-18
Important Safety Instructions for Owner ................................................................... 13
Clutch Adjustment....................................................................................................... 14
Brake Adjustment........................................................................................................ 15
Setting the Switch Selectable Operation Modes ....................................................... 15
Setup Modes ................................................................................................................ 17
Testing ......................................................................................................................... 18
Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 18
Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................................ 19
Warranty.......................................................................................................................20
READ THESE STATEMENTS CAREFULLY AND FOLLOW THE
INSTRUCTIONS CLOSELY.
The Warning and Caution boxes throughout this manual are there to protect you and
your equipment. Pay close attention to these boxes as you follow the manual.
WARNING
Indicates a MECHANICAL
hazard of INJURY OR
DEATH. Gives instructions
to avoid the hazard.
CAUTION
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates a MECHANICAL hazard
of DAMAGE to your operator or
equipment. Gives instructions to
avoid the hazard.
Indicates an ELECTRICAL
hazard of INJURY OR
DEATH. Gives instructions
to avoid the hazard.
Indicates an ELECTRICAL hazard
of DAMAGE to your operator or
equipment. Gives instructions to
avoid the hazard.
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PRODUCT FEATURES
The purpose of this booklet is to provide assembly,
installation and operation information concerning Allstar
Model MJ5011S & MH5011S (MS Series) Commercial
Vehicular Garage Door Operators and related Accessory
Products.
NOTICE
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THIS INSTRUCTION
MANUAL BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD
COMPLETELY BEFORE INSTALLATION OR
OPERATION IS ATTEMPTED. IT IS INTENDED
THAT THE INSTALLATION OF THIS UNIT WILL BE
DONE ONLY BY PERSONS TRAINED AND
QUALIFIED IN THE INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT
AND SERVICE OF COMMERCIAL OVERHEAD
DOORS AND DOOR OPERATORS AND BY
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIANS.
NOTICE
THE IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND
INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL CANNOT
COVER ALL POSSIBLE CONDITIONS AND
SITUATIONS WHICH MAY OCCUR DURING ITS
USE. IT MUST BE UNDERSTOOD THAT COMMON
SENSE AND CAUTION MUST BE EXERCISED BY
THE PERSON(S) INSTAL- LING, MAINTAINING
AND OPERATING THE EQUIPMENT DESCRIBED
HEREIN. DO NOT USE THIS EQUIPMENT FOR
ANY OTHER THAN ITS INTENDED
PURPOSE - OPERATING OVERHEAD
COMMERCIAL VEHICULAR GARAGE DOORS.
STANDARD FEATURES
Solid State Controls: The Allstar MJ5011S & MH5011S
operators employ solid state technology with advanced
standard features to provide for a complete commercial
door operating system.
MS SERIES DOOR OPERATOR APPLICATIONS:
Jackshaft operators are intended for commercial and
industrial use to raise or lower sectional overhead doors
by chain coupling or direct coupling to the door shaft.
Jackshaft operators are suitable where all or part of the
door remains in a vertical position when fully open such as
doors with at least 18 inches of lift clearance or full vertical
lift doors. MS Series Jackshaft operators may also be
used with certain roll up service doors and grills when
appropriately sprocketed (consult factory).
A jackhaft operator DOES NOT LOCK THE DOOR IN ITS
CLOSED POSITION. However, because the cross-header
shaft is prevented by the operator from turning, the torsion
springs provide no assistance in lifting the door should an
attempt be made to raise it manually.
The MS Series jackshaft operators are used in the
following applications:
- Intermittent Duty, Limited Cycle Commercial
installations only
- Rate of operation shall not exceed 10 cycles of
opening and closing per hour, maximum 60 cycles
per day.
- Indoor Use Only
- Up to 14 foot high doors with a maximum area of
196 square feet, maximum area slightly higher for
lighter doors - consult factory
- Use with foam/pneumatic reversing door edge or
photoelectric device - REQUIRED where the 3button station is out of sight of the door, or any
other automatic, remote or manual control is used
to activate the door
Limit Switches: Driven limit switches, easily adjusted
over a wide range. The motor may be removed without
affecting the limit switch adjustments.
Manual Release: Permits manual operation of the door
in the event of a power failure. The Model MH511S is
equipped with a chain hoist to aid in manual operation.
Control Circuit: Connection terminals for a standard
three button Open, Close and Stop control station at 5 Volts
DC. The motor control board features a built-in 3 button
station for test purposes.
Connections For Auxiliary Entrapment Protection
Devices: For the ultimate in protection, terminals are
provided to connect an Allstar Safe-Finish™ or Access
Alliance Safe-Finish II™ monitored photo-beam system.
Additional connection terminals for a Normally Open and
Normally Closed reversing devices such as foam or
pneumatic reversing door edge components or a three wire
photo-beam are provided.
Constant Contact To Close: Standard operating mode
(C2), programmable to Momentary Contact To Close (B2)
and four additional operational modes.
OPTIONAL FEATURES:
Digital Radio Controls: Open, Close and Stop
operation. Radio units are available to control up to 27
doors from one transmitter.
Timer to Close Operation: Two of the
programmable operation modes (T & TS), closing delay is
adjustable from 5 seconds (factory set at 30 seconds) to
5 minutes in five second intervals.
Delay on Reverse: Factory set to 0.6 seconds,
adjustable to 2 seconds.
Keyless Entry System: Connection terminals
provided for hard wired or wireless keyless entry systems.
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PREPARATION
WARNING
ELECTRIC DOOR OPENERS ARE DESIGNED
FOR DOORS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION,
PROPERLY COUNTERBALANCED AND
PROPERLY ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE DOOR MANUFACTURER'S
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
Before starting the installation of the operator, the door must be in
good working condition and properly counterbalanced. Inspect
the door and track for loose or missing hardware. Test the door
manually for balance and ease of operation. Lubricate door hinges
and rollers. If necessary, employ a qualified technician to adjust
the springs for proper counterbalance of the door.
Stops should be installed at the top end of each track to prevent
the possibility of the door rollers moving beyond the ends of the
track.
If the cross header shaft is made from hollow tubing rather than
solid rod, it is recommended that it be plugged with a short length
of solid bar for a more secure installation of the shaft sprocket or
flange coupler.
Before removing the operator powerhead from the shipping
carton, inspect the nameplate on the cover of the operator
control box to verify that it is the correct model for the
intended application and that the voltage and phase are in
accordance with electrical power provided at the job site. If
the operator was ordered with the optional chain hoist,
Model MH5011S, see that it is so equipped. A chain hoist
CANNOT be added in the field.
Warning: Rope off the area to keep personnel and
vehicles clear of the door and floor space in the vicinity
of the operator during the installation.
WARNING
SPRINGS ARE SUBJECT TO VERY
HIGH FORCES AT ALL TIMES AND
ADJUSTMENTS MUST BE MADE
ONLY BY A QUALIFIED
PROFESSIONAL DOOR INSTALLER.
WARNING
REMOVE OR DISABLE ANY LOCKING
DEVICES FROM DOOR AND REMOVE
ALL ROPES
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
107170-2
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IMPORTANT INSTALLATION NOTES
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY
OR DEATH: READ AND FOLLOW ALL
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS!
♦
Install only on a properly balanced garage
door. An improperly balanced door could
cause severe injury. Have a qualified service
person make repairs to cables, spring
assemblies and other hardware before
installing the opener.
♦
Remove all ropes and remove or make
inoperative all locks (unless mechanically
and/or electrically interlocked to the power
unit) that are connected to the garage door
before installing the opener.
♦
♦
♦
Connect an auxiliary entrapment protection
device (reversing edge or photoelectric
device across the door opening). A device of
this type is STRONGLY ADVISED FOR
ALL commercial operator installations. An
auxiliary entrapment protection device is
REQUIRED when the three button control
station is out of sight of the door or any
other automatic or manual control is used.
♦
Install the opener at least 8 feet or more
above the floor.
Lightweight doors (fiberglass, aluminum
etc.) must be reinforced to avoid door
damage. Check the door manufacturer’s
instruction manual for a bracing procedure
or the availability or a Reinforcement Kit.
♦
Do not connect the opener to the source of
power until instructed to do so.
♦
Locate the control station:
♦
a) within sight of the door and;
Allstar Model MJ5011S and MH5011S are
Commercial Vehicular Door Operators and
as such are NOT recommended for
pedestrian traffic. In installations where it
is known that pedestrians will be nearby
ensure a pedestrian door is available for
entrance and exit to the building. In
addition YOU MUST install an auxiliary
entrapment protection device (reversing
door edge or photoelectric beam device) as
part of the compete operator system.
♦
b) at a minimum height of five feet above
the floor and;
♦
♦
c) away from all moving parts of the
door.
♦
♦
Do not overtighten the clutch adjustment to
compensate for a poorly working door.
♦
Securely attach any WARNING signs or
placards to either the door or above the
control station as directed.
♦
After installing the opener, all safety
features must be tested for proper operation
(see page 18).
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION LISTING
ITEM #
PART#
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
005031
009062
009061
105193
Operator Power Head
3 Button Station
30 Tooth Sprocket, 1” Bore, 1/4 Key
20 Tooth Sprocket, 1” Bore, 1/4 key
Release/Hand Chain Wall Bracket
—— AR - As Required
QUAN. ITEM #
1
1
1
1
1
6
7
8
9
10
PART#
DESCRIPTION
100413
006119
009249
100315
009239
1/4” Square Key
5/16-18 x 1 Square Head Set Screw
Release Chain
#3 Hand Chain - Precut to 26 Ft.
Drive Chain to Door Shaft, 4 Ft.
QUAN
2
4
AR
1
1
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
SPRINGS, PULLEYS, CABLES AND MOUNTING HARDWARE USED TO
BALANCE YOUR GARAGE DOOR ARE UNDER EXTREME TENSION AT ALL
TIMES AND CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH IF DISTURBED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT ADJUSTMENT.
Figure 4, page 7 illustrates several positions suitable for
mounting the operator; right hand or left hand, either wall mount
or ceiling mount.
CHAIN COUPLING MOUNTING
Refer to Figure 2 (below), Figure 1, page 4 and Figures 5 and
5A, page 8 for component identification and the operator
mounting slot locations. Place the sprockets [ 3 ] and [ 4 ] on the
chosen side of the torsion shaft of the door and on the
corresponding end of the output shaft of the operator. The
sprockets should be kept as close as possible to the bearings.
Fasten the connecting link to each end of the door chain and loop
the chain over the sprocket [ 3 ] on the torsion shaft. Temporarily
suspend the operator in its mounting position using the chain
over the sprocket [ 4 ] at one end of the jackshaft and a rope or
chain at the mid point (to support the operator weight). With the
chain tight and straight and the jackshaft parallel with the torsion
shaft, trace the mounting slot on the mounting surface then
lower the operator to the floor.
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE SURFACE
SUPPORTING THE OPERATOR BE RIGID
AND SECURE. FAILURE TO PROVIDE A FIRM
MOUNTING SURFACE WILL RESULT IN
DAMAGE TO THE DOOR TORSION SHAFT
AND THE PREMATURE FAILURE OF THE
OPERATOR.
If the construction permits, the operator should be mounted with
3/8 inch diameter bolts through the wall. If it is not feasible to go
through the wall, then use lag bolts to fasten the operator to the
mounting surface. Locate the four holes within the tracings of
the slots made in the previous step at the positions which will
allow for adjust-ment of the chain tension. After drilling the
mounting holes and installing lag shields, if necessary, bolt the
operator to the mounting surface but do not completely tighten
the bolts at this time. Check the alignment of the sprockets,
adjust their positions on the shafts if necessary and tighten the
set screws securely on both sprockets. pulling downward on the
operator to remove slack from the chain, tighten the four
mounting bolts.
Inspect the installation. There should be no slack in the chain
but neither should it be under severe tension which might
shorten the life of the bearings. If there is any flexibility in the
system due to construction of the surface supporting the
operator or noticeable deflection of the door shaft, it is advisable
to install a shaft support between the operator jackshaft and the
door shaft to prevent the loss of limit settings due to the
possibility of the chain jumping over the sprocket teeth. Shaft
supports are available from the factory.
BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE
OPERATOR INSTALLATION AND SETTINGS,
MAKE A FINAL CHECK FOR TIGHTNESS OF
ALL MOUNTING HARDWARE AND SET
SCREWS.
Proceed to “Chain Hoist and Floor Disconnect Installation”.
107864
Figure 2
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CHAIN HOIST AND FLOOR DISCONNECT
INSTALLATION
Figure 3
107174
If the operator is furnished with a chain hoist (Model MH5011S),
pass the hand chain over the chain wheel and through the chain
guides on the operator clutch shaft (opposite end from the large
pulley). Fasten the ends of the chain together by opening and reclosing one link using two pairs of pliers. If the chain is too long
(standard length for 16 foot high doors and below is 26 feet total
length of chain), shorten it to the desired length using the method
described above and discard the unused portion.
Fasten the chain hoist holding bracket furnished with the operator
to the wall approximately four feet from the floor. This bracket is
also used to hold in place the release chain for both the chain hoist
equipped units (MH5011S) and floor disconnect models
(MJ5011S).
Figure 4
FIGURE 5 - OPERATOR DIMENSIONS - MODEL MJ5011S
100769
FIGURE 5A - OPERATOR DIMENSIONS - MODEL MH5011S
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
the shaft until it engages the Open Limit Switch (B). You will
need to listen for an audible click. Release the retaining bracket
and be sure that it engages in slots of both limit nuts.
WARNING
TO AVOID RISK OF ENTRAPMENT AND
POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO THE DOOR AND
OPERATOR THE LIMITS MUST BE ADJUSTED
BEFORE APPLYING POWER TO THE
OPERATOR.
5) Manually lower the door to the fully closed position and
repeat Step #3 with the Reverse Cutout Limit nut (E) and the
Reverse Cutout Limit switch (A). The actual Close Limit
position is a timed function whereas the door continues to run
for a certain period of time after the Reverse Cutout Limit
switch is activated. This amount of time (Close Limit Delay) is
factory set to 0.32 seconds and will provide reversing cutout of
SETTING THE LIMIT SWITCHES
approximately 4 inches from the floor for a door traveling at 12
inches per seconds. If the door fails to reverse when an object
1) With the cover open on the electrical enclosure, reference at least four inches high is placed in its path (see Testing, page
Figure 6 below. There are two (2) switches (A and B) mounted to 18) it may be necessary to adjust the Close Limit Delay time,
the ‘V’ bracket (F). The switches are activated by the two limit see procedure on page 16 and 17.
nuts (C and E) on the threaded shaft which move laterally along
the shaft as the operator opens and closes the door. When a limit 6) Manually move the door to a half open position. With the
nut nears the end of the shaft it activates a switch, that send a door in a mid position there will be time to stop the door if
something or someone were in the door path when initially
message back to the motor control board to stop the door.
starting the door.
2) Depress the Limit Nut Retention Plate (D) so it disengages
from the slots in the limit nuts and move the Limit nuts to the 7) A final limit adjustment will be necessary after the
connection of the power supply in order to ensure the door stops
center of the threaded shaft.
at the proper Open and Close positions. If desired, a fine
3) Manually raise the door to a nearly open position.
adjustment can be done as part of the final adjustment by
4) Depress the limit nut retaining plate (D) so it disengages loosening the screws holding the Limit Switches to the V
from the slots in the limit nuts. Turn the OPEN limit nut (C) on bracket and moving the switch within the slots on the bracket.
E
D
C
F
A
B
A - REVERSE CUTOUT LIMIT SWITCH
B - OPEN LIMIT SWITCH
C - OPEN LIMIT NUT
D - LIMIT NUT RETAINING BRACKET
E - REVERSE CUTOUT LIMIT NUT
F - “V” BRACKET
Figure 6 - Limit Assembly
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - ELECTRICAL WIRING
WARNING
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH :
• DISCONNECT POWER AT THE FUSE BOX
BEFORE PROCEEDING.
• ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE
BY A QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL.
• OBSERVE LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES WHEN
WIRING THE OPERATOR.
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WARNING
RISK OF ENTRAPMENT THAT MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH. DISCONNECT POWER TO THE
OPENER BEFORE AND DURING
INSTALLATION OF AN ACCESSORY
REVERSING DOOR EDGE OR
PHOTOELECTRIC DEVICE. DO NOT
RECONNECT POWER TO OPENER UNTIL
INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. ENSURE DOORWAY
IS CLEAR BEFORE STARTING TESTING OF
UNIT.
WARNING: Allstar's MS Series operators have been designed and
constructed for use with 115 Volts AC single phase, see Figure 7
below. Check the operator nameplate label on the control box
cover for the proper voltage and phase. The application of an Do not run the power leads and control circuit wiring in the same
improper input voltage or phase will result in catastrophic failure electrical conduit.
to the internal electrical components.
Note: MS Series model operators are pre-wired for door
Observe local electrical codes when wiring the operator.
reversing edge components. To comply with code requirements,
When hard wiring, observe state and local electrical codes. A the door reversing edge components must be installed and wired
wiring diagram is attached to the inside of the control box cover. to the operator. Refer to Figure 8 Door Edge component
Connect the appropriate voltage and phase power leads to the installation and Figure 9 for Door Edge and photoelectric device
appropriate terminals as per the wiring diagram and connect a wiring.
ground wire to the grounding screw.
The wiring diagram attached inside the cover of the control box
details all of the field wiring terminal connections for the operator.
Always connect the wires to the push-button controls and auxiliary
devices exactly as shown.
Warning: Control voltage of the operator is 5 volts DC, Class 2.
115 VAC
Single
Phase
L1
L2
Ground
Figure 7 - Power
Connections
WARNING
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY
AND/OR DAMAGE TO DOOR OR PROPERTY,
ONLY OPERATE DOOR CONTROL WHEN
DOOR IS IN CLEAR VIEW. IF CONTROL
STATION CANNOT BE LOCATED WHERE THE
DOOR IS VISIBLE OR IF ANY OTHER DEVICE IS
USED TO CONTROL THE DOOR AN AUXILIARY
ENTRAPMENT DEVICE (DOOR EDGE OR
PHOTOELECTRIC) MUST BE CONNECTED.
If an Allstar Safe-Finish™ or Access Alliance Safe-Finish II™
photo-beam is connected and the photo-beam detects an
obstruction or becomes inactive, an opening door continues to
open and a closing door stops, pauses and starts open. While in
this mode, if a problem is detected while the operator is stopped,
a close will require constant activation. If the photo-beam is
attached and is properly working for 1 second, it will be auto
detected and the monitored function will be turned on. Once the
monitoring function is active, it will remain active even if the
power is removed and the photo-beam is disconnected and power
is restored. While in this mode, if a problem is detected while the
operator is stopped, a close will require constant activation.
Operators which are equipped with a reversing edge circuit may
have one or more additional means of control which should be
wired in accordance with the diagram supplied in the operator
and also illustrated in Figures 10 & 12. To add a second three
button station, refer to Figure 11.
Number 22 gauge wire or heavier must be used for wiring the
control stations and auxiliary control devices to the operator.
Smaller gauge wire may cause operational problems, especially
when multiple push-button stations are used or during summer
months.
CAUTION
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO DOOR AND
OPERATOR ENSURE ALL DOOR LOCKS ARE
DISABLED.
USE AN INTERLOCK SWITCH IF A LOCK IS
REQUIRED TO RETAIN FUNCTIONALTY.
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DOOR EDGE INSTALLATION & WIRING
CLOSE
STOP
COM
OPEN
NO REV
Figure 8
TB1
OPEN
CLOSE
STOP
NC REV
PHOTO
COM
SINGLE
ILOCK
24 VAC
COM
Figure 9
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
Door Edge and Photoelectric Wiring
See text on page 10 for operation when Safe-Finish™ or Access
Alliance Safe-Finish II™ photo-beams are connected.
SAFE FINISH PHOTOBEAM
3-WIRE PHOTOBEAM
Note: When adding a
photocell device with a
Normally Closed output
remove the factory installed
jumper from the connection
terminals.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
R5
C3
D3
R65
OPEN
CLOSE
C11
24V
C9
COM
RM3
RM2
RM1
VCC
P7
R54
R38
R87
R94
STOP
R30
D12
R29
PB3
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
RADIO
R55
R56
C8
PB2
D8
R26
PB1
C24
U4
C25
D2
R57
R25
U1
R3
U5
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
C1
R2
PCB 112695 REV B TSLK
R84
C10
R95
PB2
C1
PB1
PB3
CLOSE
STOP
STOP
COM
NC REV
Single 3 Button Station
CLOSE
NO REV
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSE
STOP
COM
NO REV
NC REV
PHOTO
D12
OPEN
R3
C25
PCB 112695 REV B TSLK
R2
Figure 10
Multiple 3 Button Station
c.p. ALLSTAR CORP
R93
D1
U5
R4
R8
Figure 12
C21
P5
R24
TB1
EXTERNAL INTERLOCK
PHOTO
COM
SINGLE
ILOCK
24 VAC
Single Button and External Interlock Wiring
COM
MOTOR
CONTROL
BOARD
CDOMCB 2005
Figure 11
Note: When adding an External Interlock
remove the factory installed jumper from
the connection terminals.
TURNING ON THE POWER TO THE OPERATOR
NOTE: It is now necessary to turn on the power in order to to change the Operating
Mode (if applicable), program any changes desired to the operator’s other settings, check
for proper operation, and finalize any adjustments to include the limit settings. Before
doing so, ensure that all mounting hardware are installed and properly tightened, that all
electrical connections are per local code requirements, and that proper wiring practices have
been followed. Also, double-check that all ropes have been removed from the door and
that the doorway is clear.
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OPERATION & ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR OWNER
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR
WARNING DEATH: READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
• Understand all of the operating features of your door control system at the time of its
installation. Your installing dealer will demonstrate them for you.
• NEVER let children operate or play with door controls. Keep the Remote Control away from
children.
• ALWAYS keep a moving door in sight and keep people and objects away from the door area
until the door is completely closed. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING
DOOR.
• TEST THE DOOR OPENER’S REVERSING FEATURE (where applicable) MONTHLY. The
door MUST reverse upon contact with a 4” high object on the floor. After adjusting the
force setting (clutch) or the limit of travel, ALWAYS RETEST the Opener. Failure to ADJUST
THE OPENER PROPERLY may result in SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
• To protect the motor protector from tripping - Do not exceed 10 door cycles per hour.
• IMPORTANT: The hardware box contains a caution label which states: “This door is
operated by a light duty operator. To prevent the motor protector from tripping - Do not
exceed 10 door cycles per hour.” Permanently install this label adjacent to the door, near
the push button station, at the eye height of the average adult, approximately six feet above
the above the floor.
• DO NOT over adjust the force setting (clutch) to compensate for a poorly working door. See
page 18 for procedure to check the door operation and page 14 for proper clutch
adjustment.
• If possible, USE THE MANUAL RELEASE only when the door is closed. Use caution when
using the Release with the door open. WEAK OR BROKEN SPRINGS MAY ALLOW THE
DOOR TO CLOSE RAPIDLY, CAUSING SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH.
• KEEP THE GARAGE DOOR PROPERLY BALANCED. See the door owner's manual. An
improperly balanced door MAY CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH. Have a QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSON MAKE REPAIRS TO CABLES, SPRING ASSEMBLIES AND OTHER
HARDWARE.
• SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR END USER.
• Inspect and maintain your door system as described in this manual.
WARNING
AVOID ELECTROCUTION:
DO NOT ROUTE LOW VOLTAGE WIRES IN
SAME CONDUIT AS HIGH VOLTAGE
WIRES. FOLLOW ALL LOCAL
ELECTRICAL CODES OR THE NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC).
WARNING
FAILURE TO TEST REVERSING SYSTEM
COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS
INJURY. TEST THIS SYSTEM ONCE A MONTH.
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OPERATION & ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT
WARNING
RISK OF ENTRAPMENT THAT MAY RESULT
IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
DISCONNECT POWER TO THE OPENER
BEFORE SERVICING OR MAKING
ADJUSTMENTS. ENSURE DOORWAY IS
CLEAR BEFORE STARTING TESTING OF UNIT.
REQUIRED TO THE DOOR, DOOR SPRINGS OR DOOR
OPERATOR MUST BE PREFORMED BY A QUALIFIED
PROFESSIONAL DOOR INSTALLER.
The clutch pad will wear during normal operation and should be
replaced when it becomes difficult or impossible to sufficiently
tighten the clutch to obtain smooth operation of the door when it
is in good working condition. To replace the clutch pad, first
loosen the motor mounting bolts and remove the V-belt then the
clutch adjusting nuts, spring and clutch pulley. Check condition
of V-belt before reassembly and replace if required. After
reassembly, adjust clutch as described above.
CAUTION
ALWAYS DISCONNECT POWER TO
OPERATOR BEFORE SERVICING OR MAKING
ADJUSTMENTS.
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The clutch serves to protect the door, the electric operator and
other equipment from undue stress or damage caused by starting
forces and/or an obstruction to the door. It should be set no
tighter than is necessary to smoothly and consistently move the
door throughout its full range of travel. When properly set, it will
slip freely if the door should encounter an obstruction, and it
should be possible to stop the travel of the door by hand.
WARNING:
Before adjustment remove power to the
operator.
To adjust the clutch, loosen the jamb nut, , and turn the adjusting
nut, as shown at right Make adjustments in 1/4 turn increments.
Always re-tighten the jamb nut before running the operator to
prevent clutch from changing its setting.
CAUTION
NEVER COMPRESS CLUTCH SPRING BEYOND
POINT LIMITED BY THE DESIGN OF THE
OPERATOR OR REPLACE IT WITH A
HEAVIER SPRING
Due to changing conditions of the door and normal wear, it may
be necessary to occasionally readjust the clutch to obtain
dependable operation.
WARNING: BEFORE DOING SO BE CERTAIN THAT
THE DOOR IS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION,
PROPERLY COUNTERBALANCED AND THAT THE
CLUTCH IS NOT SLIPPING BECAUSE OF LOOSE OR
MISSING HARDWARE, BINDING IN THE TRACK,
RUBBING AGAINST THE DOOR STOPS OR DEFECTIVE
OR MISADJUSTED SPRINGS.
ANY SERVICE
Figure 13
WARNING
IMPROPER ADJUSTMENT OF CLUTCH
SETTING COULD CAUSE ENTRAPMENT,
INJURY OR DEATH.
SET CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT FOR JUST
ENOUGH FORCE TO OPERATE THE DOOR
RELIABLY, BUT NO STRONGER. Contact a
service professional to correct any binding,
sticking or other door problems. DO NOT
OVER-ADJUST CLUTCH SETTING TO
COMPENSATE FOR A POORLY WORKING
DOOR.
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OPERATION & ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
Brake Adjustment
The brake is adjusted at
the factory and may need
periodic adjustment for
wear. When adjustment
becomes necessary see
Figure 14 at right for the
adjustment procedure.
Figure 14
SETTING THE SWITCH SELECTABLE OPERATING MODES
Settable
Switches
Location
P4
COM
TR3
CLS
K3
COM
P1
K5
K6
OLS
HIGH VOLTAGE
K4
K2
STATUS
POWER
MO4
SW1
MO3
MO2
R49
24V
COM
R34 LD3
S4
S3
S2
S1
LD4
R33
R23
R27
R51
C6
R9
R28
R19
R20
R82
R60
R17
R18
D3
R5
R13
R14
R65
R25
R1
R21
C10
C24
D2
R52
TR4
OFF
U1
RM3
RM2
RM1
P7
R58
R11
R12
R87
R15
R16
R94
R6
R7
R95
R90
R84
R2
C12
Q1
R61
R60
C7
R93
D1
R3
U5
C25
R4
R8
R54
R30
P6
R29
R38
C21
R24
PB1
PB2
PB3
D12
R5
CLOSE
STOP
COM
OPEN
R55
R56
C8
C2
R26
R85
U4
S1
24V
C1
R83
VCC
C30
COM
OFF
R45
RADIO
24V
COM
C9
R31
R46
R57
D8
FRA
VCC
R53
R83
R61
EDGE
R27
R28
R47
C16
PCB 112695 REV B TSLK
C14
R48
TR2
R22
NO REV
LD4
S4
S3
S2
S1
C13
LD2
R10
P5
3
SW1
P3
RO1
US
P2
R62
C3
ILK
R89
TR1
C11
MO1
CDOMCB 2005
c.p. ALLSTAR CORP.
Changing the Switch Selectable Operation Modes
The following modes are selected by setting the on-board
dip switches, Figure 15 at right shows where the switches
are located on the operator control board. For each
Operational Mode, the switches are set to either ON or
OFF according to the table below (the table is reproduced
on page 16 also). For all the modes, if a reversing device
is attached, it will function as noted. If a monitored
reversing device has been recognized and becomes
inactive then the mode will default to constant pressure
activation for close regardless of the dip switch setting.
The switches must be set to one of the six Operational
Mode combinations for the operator to function.
TB1
OPEN
CLOSE
STOP
NC REV
PHOTO
COM
ILOCK
Figure 15
SINGLE
COM
Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing
door.
Close Button: Constant activation, door will stop when button is
released.
Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse
action.
Single Button: Momentary activation to open; open override of
closing door.
Reverse: Momentary activation will reverse a closing door,
reverse to full open (ignores mid-stop) unless stopped by stop
pushbutton input.
Mid-Stop: Activation stops an opening door; momentary contact
of open button at mid stop will restart door to full open position;
if door is moving open, constant pressure on open button will
bypass mid-stop.
Auto Close Timer: N/A.
24 VAC
C2 Operation (Factory default)
MOTOR CONTROL BOARD
Operating
Mode
Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4
C2 Operation
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
B2 Operation
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
D1 Operation
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
E2 Operation
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
TS Operation
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
T Operation
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
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OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
B2 Operation
Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing
door.
Close Button: Momentary activation.
Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse
action.
Single Button: Momentary activation to open; open override of
closing door, closes door from mid-stop or open limit.
Reverse: Momentary activation will reverse a closing door,
reverse to full open (ignores mid-stop) unless stopped by stop
pushbutton input.
Mid-Stop: Activation stops an opening door; momentary contact
of open button at mid stop will restart door to full open position;
if door is moving open, constant pressure on open button will
bypass mid-stop.
Auto Close Timer: N/A.
D1 Operation
Open Button: Constant activation; open override of closing
door.
Close Button: Constant activation, door will stop when button is
released.
Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse
action (not required).
Single Button: N/A.
Reverse: Momentary activation will stop a closing door.
Mid-Stop: Activation stops an opening door; after the door stops
at the mid stop, constant contact of open button at mid stop will
restart door to full open position.
Auto Close Timer: N/A.
E2 Operation (roll-back)
Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing
door.
Close Button: Constant activation, door will reverse to full open
(ignores mid-stop) when button is released.
Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse
action.
Single Button: N/A.
Reverse: Momentary activation to reverse a closing door,
reverse to full open (ignores mid-stop) unless stopped by stop
pushbutton input.
Mid-Stop: Activation stops an opening door; momentary contact
of open button at mid stop will restart door to full open position;
if door is moving open, constant pressure on open button will
bypass mid-stop.
Auto Close Timer: N/A
TS Operation
Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing
door.
Close Button: Momentary activation.
Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse
action.
Single Button: Momentary activation to open; open override of
closing door, closes door from mid-stop or open limit.
Reverse: Momentary activation will reverse a closing door,
reverse to full open (ignores mid-stop) unless stopped by stop
pushbutton input.
Mid-Stop: Activation stops an opening door; momentary contact
Operating
Mode
Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4
C2 Operation
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
B2 Operation
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
D1 Operation
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
E2 Operation
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
TS Operation
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
T Operation
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
of open button at mid stop will restart door to full open position;
if door is moving open, constant pressure on open button will
bypass mid-stop.
Auto Close Timer: Closes door from mid-stop or open limit after
pre-set time. Stop will deactivate the auto close timer. Open will
reactivate the auto close timer or reset the auto close timer when
the door is at the mid-stop or open limit. Single button will reset
the auto close timer from the mid-stop or open limit. Reverse
will reactivate the auto close timer or reset the auto close timer
when the door is at the mid-stop or open limit.
T Operation, Dip-Switch Setting
Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing
door.
Close Button: Momentary activation.
Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse
action.
Single Button: Momentary activation to open; open override of
closing door, closes door from mid-stop or open limit.
Reverse: Momentary activation will reverse a closing door,
reverse to full open (ignores mid-stop) unless stopped by stop
pushbutton input.
Mid-Stop: Activation stops an opening door; momentary contact
of open button at mid stop will restart door to full open position;
if door is moving open, constant pressure on open button will
bypass mid-stop.
Auto Close Timer: Closes door from mid-stop or open limit after
pre-set time. Stop will deactivate the auto close timer. Open will
reactivate the auto close timer or reset the auto close timer when
the door is at the open limit. Single button will reset the auto
close timer from the mid-stop or open limit. Reverse deactivates
the auto close timer if the door is closing. Reverse will reset the
auto close timer at the mid-stop or open limit if the auto close
timer has not been previously deactivated.
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OPERATION & ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
SETUP MODES
Setup Modes
Various operating characteristics can be modified via the setup
modes. The operator is moved to the close limit position and
the on-board dip switches (see Figure 15) are TEMPORARILY
set according to the table at right to enter a Setup Mode. The on
board OPEN and STOP buttons are used to modify the
characteristic. Once set, the values are stored in non-volatile
memory.
These values are set to factory defaults that should be
satisfactory for many applications. All values as described here
can be reset to the factory defaults as follows:
Remove 24 VAC power from the control board.
Press and hold the on-board stop button.
Re-apply 24 VAC while holding the on-board stop button.
After completing the procedure to modify the operating
characteristic the switches must be returned to the originally set
Operating Mode setting (see section previous).
Delay on Reverse Setup
To help prevent stress on the door components, this feature
allows for a delay time between the door stopping and reversing
when a command to reverse is received as the door is closing.
The factory default time is 0.75 seconds; the minimum time is
0.4 seconds; the maximum time is 2 seconds.
After moving the door to the close position and temporarily
setting the switches to the appropriate settings in the table,
pressing STOP will reset the time to the minimum setting.
Every time OPEN is pressed, 200 mS is added to the time (up to
the maximum).
Changing the dip-switch setting to any other setting will save
the new time. Return the dip switches to the originally set
Operating Mode setting (see section previous).
Close Limit Delay Setup
To provide for irregularities in the floor, this feature allows for
the door to continue to travel down after the Reverse Cutout
Limit is activated. The factory default time is 0.32 seconds; the
minimum time is 0.12 seconds; the maximum time is 0.66
seconds.
After moving the door to the close position and temporarily
setting the switches to the appropriate settings in the table,
pressing STOP will reset the time to the minimum setting.
Every time OPEN is pressed, 0.02 seconds are added to the time
(up to the maximum).
Changing the dip-switch setting to any other setting will save
the new time. Return the dip switches to the originally set
Operating Mode setting (see section previous).
Mid-Stop Limit Setup
This features provides a timing function to stop a door as it is
traveling open at a Mid Stop position instead of the full open
position. The door can then be moved to the full open position
if desired by pressing the Open button. A single button input
when the door is at the mid stop position will cause the door to
begin moving in the close direction. The factory default is not
set; the minimum run time to mid-stop limit is 6 seconds.
Setup Mode
Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4
Delay on Reverse
ON
ON
ON
ON
Close Limit Delay
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Mid-Stop Limit
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Auto Close Timer
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Maximum Run Time
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
After moving the door to the close position and temporarily
setting the switches to the appropriate settings in the table,
pressing STOP will remove the mid-stop limit setting.
Pressing OPEN will start the door open. When the door reaches
the desired mid-stop position, press STOP.
Changing the dip-switch setting to any other setting will save
the mid-stop limit position. Return the dip switches to the
originally set Operating Mode setting (see section previous).
Note: The door must move a sufficient distance to fully
disengage the Reverse Cutout Limit nut from the Reverse Cutout
Limit switch to set the mid-stop limit.
Auto Close Timer Setup
This feature allows for a modification of the amount of time
between the door reaching either the Mid Stop or the Full Open
position and automatically starting in the close direction. The
Auto Close feature is only active when the operator is set to the
T or TS Operating Mode (see section previous). The factory
default is 30 seconds; the minimum time is 5 seconds; the
maximum time is 5 minutes.
After moving the door to the close position and temporarily
setting the switches to the appropriate settings in the table,
pressing STOP will clear and turn off the auto close timer.
Every time OPEN is pressed, 5 seconds is added to the time.
Changing the dip-switch settings to any other settings will save
the new time. Return the dip switches to the originally set
Operating Mode setting (see section previous).
Maximum Run Time Setup
This feature provides for a maximum amount of time the motor
will be energized after an input is recognized. The factory
default time is 30 seconds; the maximum time is 60 seconds.
After moving the door to the close position and temporarily
setting the switches to the appropriate settings in the table,
pressing STOP will reset the time to the factory default setting.
Pressing OPEN will start the door open. The run time will be
recorded when the door reaches the open limit. To prevent
nuisance problems, 0.75 seconds are added to this time. Pressing
stop before the door reaches the open limit will stop the door
and reset the time to the factory default.
Changing the dip-switch setting to any other setting will save
the new time. Return the dip switches to the originally set
Operating Mode setting (see section previous).
OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
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TESTING
Following installation, the operator MUST be tested and
respond correctly to all controls as specified on the wiring
diagram. KEEP personnel and equipment clear of the area
beneath the door when performing the tests. When testing the
3-button wall station, first observe that each button operates the
door in the direction indicated and that the STOP button
performs that function. With the door stopped at its full open
position, the OPEN button should be inoperative. This should
be verified and, likewise, the CLOSE button should be
inoperative with the door fully closed.
Certain operator control circuits use only a single button or a
two button control station and may be designed to function
differently than the more common three-button circuit
described above. Test the controls in accordance with the
description of operation as indicated on the wiring diagram.
Observe the door when traveling in each direction for
smoothness of operation. Test the setting of the clutch by
restraining the door by hand. The clutch should slip. Re-check
the limit settings. The door should close tightly at the floor
without excessive impact. Likewise, it should fully clear the
door opening without the carrier striking the stops on the rail.
The MS Series operators are equipped with a reversing edge
circuit and to conform with code need to be connected to a
pneumatic edge or foam edge door components. To test it for
proper reversal, place an object beneath the leading edge of the
WARNING
FAILURE TO TEST REVERSING SYSTEM
COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS
INJURY. TEST THIS SYSTEM ONCE A MONTH.
door. The door should stop, pause and reverse when it comes
into contact with the object provided the height of the object
exceeds the cut out point set for the Reversing Cutout Limit
switch (approximately four inches).
CAUTION
DO NOT STAND UNDER DOOR
TO TEST REVERSING EDGE.
USE A STURDY CORRUGATED BOX
OR OTHER SIMILAR OBJECT.
If the operator is equipped with other means of control, such as
additional 3 button stations or radio controls, each of these
should be tested separately for proper operation.
To test the manual disconnect first move the door to the fully
closed position. Then disconnect the power to the operator.
Manual door operation mode should engage when the release
chain is pulled. The door can then be manually opened or
closed by physically moving the door (Model MJ5011S) or
using the hoist chain (Model MH5011S). If it is difficult to
engage and/or the jackshaft to doorshaft chain appears to be
under compression, reset the CLOSE limit slightly to reduce the
door travel in the close direction.
WARNING
ALWAYS DISCONNECT POWER TO
THE OPERATOR BEFORE SERVICING,
CONNECTING ACCESSORY DEVICES
OR MAKING ADJUSTMENTS.
MAINTENANCE
Normally, very little maintenance is required. A monthly visual
inspection must be made for loose or missing hardware and for
excessive slack in the V-Belt and jackshaft chain. The clutch
must be tested periodically and adjustments made if necessary
(see Figure 13, page 14). The brake is adjusted at the factory
and may need periodic adjustment for wear. When adjustment
becomes necessary see Figure 14 on page 15 for the
adjustment procedure.
Test the reversing edge circuit at least once a month by
permitting the door to contact an obstruction while closing.
CAUTION
DO NOT STAND UNDER DOOR TO TEST REVERSING
EDGE - USE A CORRUGATED BOX
OR OTHER SIMILAR OBJECT
Lubrication of the operator is not required. It is important, for
trouble free service from the operator, that the door be kept free
from binding, properly counter balanced and periodically
lubricated. An annual inspection of the door by a qualified
overhead door professional is recommended.
Warning: Repairs and adjustments to the door and operator
should be performed only by someone qualified to service
commercial overhead doors and operators.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
WHITE
CLOSE LIMIT
GREY
BRAKE
RED
COM
GREY
NO
ORANGE
ORANGE
BLUE
COM
NO
OPEN LIMIT
YELLOW
P4
BROWN
BLACK
L1
WHITE
K5
HIGH VOLTAGE
COM
TR3
MO4
OLS
K4
K2
STATUS
POWER
SW1
MO3
S4
MO2
MO1
ILK
P2
P3
R49
R89
TR1
24V
LD2
R10
S3
LD4
R34 LD3
S2
S1
OFF
R62
R22
R33
R47
C16
R23
R27
R51
C6
R9
R28
R19
R20
R82
R60
R45
R17
R18
D3
R5
R57
R13
R14
R65
R25
R1
R21
C10
C24
R83
COM
LINE
D2
R52
TR4
D8
C9
R31
U1
RM2
RM1
FRA
VCC
C30
P7
R38
R58
R11
R12
R87
R15
R16
R94
R6
R7
R95
R90
R84
R2
P6
C12
c.p. ALLSTAR CORP.
C7
R93
D1
R3
U5
R4
R8
R24
C25
C21
PB1
PB2
PB3
D12
P5
CDOMCB 2005
Q1
R54
C1
24V
R30
C2
R29
R85
OPEN
CLOSE
R55
R56
C8
S1
R26
COM
U4
24 VAC
TRANSFORMER
RADIO
24V
RM3
EDGE
VCC
R46
COM
RO1
C14
C3
R48
TR2
C11
C13
R53
R61
OPERATING MODES
SWITCH SETTING
C2: OFF OFF OFF OFF
B2: ON OFF OFF OFF
D1: OFF ON OFF OFF
E2: ON ON OFF OFF
TS: OFF OFF ON OFF
T: ON OFF ON OFF
PCB 112695 REV B TSLK
P1
CLS
GROUND
K3
K6
COM
N
STOP
YELLOW
OPEN
CLOSE
STOP
COM
NO REV
NC REV
PHOTO
COM
SINGLE
ILOCK
24 VAC
COM
TB1
YELLOW
INTERLOCK
*
SAFE FINISH PHOTOBEAM
*
3-WIRE PHOTOBEAM
REMOVE FACTORY JUMPER
IF USING NC REV INPUT
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NOTES
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty
Linear LLC warrants its Allstar brand commercial door operators to be free from defect in material and workmanship for a period of two (2)
years from the date of purchase. To obtain service contact your dealer.
To obtain service under this warranty the buyer must obtain authorization instructions for the return of any goods from Linear before
returning the goods. The goods must be returned with complete identification, with copy of proof-of-purchase, freight prepaid and in
accordance with Linear’s instructions or they will not be accepted. In no event will Linear be responsible for goods returned without proper
authorization or identification.
Goods returned to Linear for warranty repair within the warranty period, which upon receipt by Linear are confirmed to be defective and
covered by this limited warranty, will be repaired or replaced at Linear’s sole option, at no cost and returned pre-paid. Defective parts will
be repaired or replaced with new or factory rebuilt parts at Linear’s sole option.
This limited warranty does not cover non-defect damage, damage caused by unreasonable use, damage caused by improper installation or
care, vandalism or lightning, fire or excessive heat, flood or other acts of God (including, but not limited to misuse, abuse or alterations,
failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance), labor charges for dismantling or reinstalling a repaired or replaced unit, or
replacement batteries.
These warranties are in lieu of all other warranties, either expressed or implied. All implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a
particular purpose are hereby disclaimed and excluded. Under no circumstances shall Linear be liable for consequential, incidental or special
damages arising in connection with the use or inability to use this product. In no event shall Linear’s liability for breach of warranty, breach
of contract, negligence or strict liability exceed the cost of the product covered hereby. No person is authorized to assume for Linear any
other liability in connection with the sale of this product.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Warranty effective after
October 1st, 2007.
For Information:
877-441-9300 800-421-1587 www.allstarcorp.com
This Door Operator is built in the USA and
complies with all requirements of
ANSI/UL Standard 325.
Copyright © 2007 Linear LLC
P/N 190-112914
Rev. B
August 2007