0137015 RSL12VDC Slide Gate Installation Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY
1
ACCESSORY WIRING
24
SAFETY SYMBOL AND SIGNAL WORD REVIEW ..................................1
USAGE CLASS .......................................................................................2
UL325 ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS ..........................2
SAFETY INSTALLATION INFORMATION ................................................3
GATE CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION ..................................................4
EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICES ...........................................................24
VEHICLE DETECTION DEVICES ...........................................................24
LOCKS .................................................................................................25
MISCELLANEOUS WIRING ..................................................................25
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................26
MAINTENANCE CHART ........................................................................26
BATTERIES ..........................................................................................26
DRIVE CHAIN .......................................................................................26
MAINTENANCE
5
CARTON INVENTORY ............................................................................5
OPERATOR SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................6
SITE PREPARATION ..............................................................................7
OVERVIEW OF TYPICAL INSTALLATION ...............................................8
INSTALLATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
9
27
ERROR CODES ....................................................................................27
CONTROL BOARD LEDS ......................................................................30
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART ...............................................................31
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................................9
DETERMINE LOCATION FOR CONCRETE PAD AND OPERATOR ...........9
CONCRETE PAD AND OPERATOR ATTACHMENT ...............................10
ATTACH THE CHAIN ............................................................................10
INSTALL ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION ................................................11
POWER WIRING ..................................................................................13
DUAL GATES ONLY .............................................................................15
INSTALL THE COVER...........................................................................17
ADJUSTMENT
26
APPENDIX
34
TYPES OF INSTALLATIONS .................................................................34
DETERMINE LOCATION FOR CONCRETE PAD AND OPERATOR .........35
ATTACH THE CHAIN ............................................................................35
DUAL GATE SETTINGS ........................................................................40
LIMIT SETUP WITH A REMOTE CONTROL ..........................................41
18
WIRING DIAGRAM
42
20
REPAIR PARTS
43
REMOTE CONTROLS (NOT PROVIDED) ..............................................20
LIFTMASTER INTERNET GATEWAY
(NOT PROVIDED).................................................................................21
ERASE ALL CODES ..............................................................................21
ERASE LIMITS .....................................................................................21
TO REMOVE AND ERASE MONITORED ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION
DEVICES ..............................................................................................21
ACCESSORIES
45
WARRANTY
47
LIMIT AND FORCE ADJUSTMENT .......................................................18
PROGRAMMING
OPERATION
22
CONTROL BOARD OVERVIEW .............................................................22
RESET SWITCH ...................................................................................23
MANUAL DISCONNECT .......................................................................23
OPERATOR ALARM .............................................................................23
REMOTE CONTROL .............................................................................23
SAFETY
SAFETY SYMBOL AND SIGNAL WORD REVIEW
When you see these Safety Symbols and Signal Words on the following pages, they will alert
you to the possibility of Serious Injury or Death if you do not comply with the warnings that
accompany them. The hazard may come from something mechanical or from electric shock.
Read the warnings carefully.
MECHANICAL
When you see this Signal Word on the following pages, it will alert you to the possibility of
damage to your gate and/or the gate operator if you do not comply with the cautionary
statements that accompany it. Read them carefully.
ELECTRICAL
IMPORTANT NOTE:
•
BEFORE attempting to install, operate or maintain the operator, you must read and fully
understand this manual and follow all safety instructions.
•
DO NOT attempt repair or service of your gate operator unless you are an Authorized
Service Technician.
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SAFETY
USAGE CLASS
CLASS I – RESIDENTIAL VEHICULAR GATE
OPERATOR
I
A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in garages or
parking areas associated with a residence of one-to four single families.
CLASS II – COMMERCIAL/GENERAL ACCESS
VEHICULAR GATE OPERATOR
II
A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in a commercial
location or building such as a multi-family housing unit (five or more
single family units), hotel, garages, retail store, or other buildings
accessible by or servicing the general public.
CLASS III – INDUSTRIAL/LIMITED ACCESS
VEHICULAR GATE OPERATOR
III
A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in an industrial
location or building such as a factory or loading dock area or other
locations not accessible by or intended to service the general public.
CLASS IV– RESTRICTED ACCESS VEHICULAR GATE
OPERATOR
IV
A vehicular gate operator (or system) intended for use in a guarded
industrial location or building such as an airport security area or other
restricted access locations not servicing the general public, in which
unauthorized access is prevented via supervision by security personnel.
UL325 ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
This vehicular gate operator must be installed with at least two independent entrapment protection means as specified in the table below.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
HORIZONTAL SLIDE AND SWING GATE OPERATOR
GATE OPERATOR ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION TYPES
Type A
Inherent (built into the operator) entrapment
protection system
Type B1
Non-contact sensors such as photoelectric sensors
Type B2
Contact sensors such as edge sensors
To reduce the risk of INJURY or DEATH:
• READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
• NEVER let children operate or play with gate controls. Keep the
remote control away from children.
• ALWAYS keep people and objects away from the gate. NO ONE
SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING GATE.
• Test the gate operator monthly. The gate MUST reverse on contact
with a rigid object or reverse when an object activates the
non-contact sensors. After adjusting the force or the limit of travel,
retest the gate operator. Failure to adjust and retest the gate
operator properly can increase the risk of INJURY or DEATH.
• Use the emergency release ONLY when the gate is NOT moving.
• KEEP GATES PROPERLY MAINTAINED. Read the owner’s manual.
Have a qualified service person make repairs to gate hardware.
• The entrance is for vehicles ONLY. Pedestrians MUST use separate
entrance.
• SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
The same type of device shall not be used for both entrapment
protection means. Use of a single device to cover both the opening
and closing directions is in accordance with the requirement;
however, a single device is not required to cover both directions.
This operator is provided with Type A. The installer is required to
install additional entrapment protection devices in each entrapment
zone.
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SAFETY
SAFETY INSTALLATION INFORMATION
1.
Vehicular gate systems provide convenience and security. Gate
systems are comprised of many component parts. The gate
operator is only one component. Each gate system is specifically
designed for an individual application.
2.
Gate operating system designers, installers and users must take
into account the possible hazards associated with each individual
application. Improperly designed, installed or maintained systems
can create risks for the user as well as the bystander. Gate systems
design and installation must reduce public exposure to potential
hazards.
3.
4.
9.
10. A minimum of two (2) WARNING SIGNS shall be installed, one on
each side of the gate where easily visible.
11. For a gate operator utilizing a non-contact sensor:
a. Reference owner’s manual regarding placement of non-contact
sensor for each type of application. See Install Entrapment
Protection section.
A gate operator can create high levels of force in its function as a
component part of a gate system. Therefore, safety features must
be incorporated into every design. Specific safety features include:
b. Care shall be exercised to reduce the risk of nuisance tripping,
such as when a vehicle trips the sensor while the gate is still
moving.
• Edges Sensors (contact) • Guards for Exposed Rollers
• Photoelectric Sensors • Screen Mesh
• Vertical Posts
• Instructional and Precautionary Signage
c. One or more non-contact sensors shall be located where the risk
of entrapment or obstruction exists, such as the perimeter
reachable by a moving gate or barrier.
12. For a gate operator utilizing a contact sensor such as an edge
sensor:
Install the gate operator only when:
a. The operator is appropriate for the construction and the usage
class of the gate.
a. One or more contact sensors shall be located where the risk of
entrapment or obstruction exists, such as at the leading edge,
trailing edge and post mounted both inside and outside of a
vehicular horizontal slide gate.
b. All openings of a horizontal slide gate are guarded or screened
from the bottom of the gate to a minimum of 6 feet (1.8 m)
above the ground to prevent a 2-1/4 inches (6 cm) diameter
sphere from passing through the openings anywhere in the gate,
and in that portion of the adjacent fence that the gate covers in
the open position.
b. A hard wired contact sensor shall be located and its wiring
arranged so the communication between the sensor and the gate
operator is not subject to mechanical damage.
c. A wireless device such as one that transmits radio frequency (RF)
signals to the gate operator for entrapment protection functions
shall be located where the transmission of the signals are not
obstructed or impeded by building structures, natural
landscaping or similar obstruction. A wireless device shall
function under the intended end-use conditions.
c. All exposed pinch points are eliminated or guarded, and guarding
is supplied for exposed rollers.
5.
6.
The Stop and/or Reset (if provided separately) must be located in
the line-of-sight of the gate. Activation of the reset control shall not
cause the operator to start.
The operator is intended for installation only on gates used for
vehicles. Pedestrians must be supplied with a separate access
opening. The pedestrian access opening shall be designed to
promote pedestrian usage. Locate the gate such that persons will
not come in contact with the vehicular gate during the entire path of
travel of the vehicular gate.
d. One or more contact sensors shall be located on the inside and
outside leading edge of a swing gate. Additionally, if the bottom
edge of a swing gate is greater than 6 inches (152 mm) above
the ground at any point in its arc of travel, one or more contact
sensors shall be located on the bottom edge.
The gate must be installed in a location so that enough clearance is
supplied between the gate and adjacent structures when opening
and closing to reduce the risk of entrapment. Swinging gates shall
not open into public access areas.
7.
The gate must be properly installed and work freely in both
directions prior to the installation of the gate operator.
8.
Controls intended for user activation must be located at least 6 feet
(1.8 m) away from any moving part of the gate and where the user
is prevented from reaching over, under, around or through the gate
to operate the controls. Outdoor or easily accessible controls shall
have a security feature to prevent unauthorized use.
Exception: Emergency access controls only accessible by authorized
personnel (e.g. fire, police) may be placed at any location in the
line-of-sight of the gate.
e. One or more contact sensors shall be located at the bottom edge
of a vertical barrier (arm).
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SAFETY
GATE CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION
Vehicular gates should be installed in accordance with ASTM F2200: Standard Specification for Automated Vehicular Gate Construction. For a copy,
contact ASTM directly at 610-832-9585 or www.astm.org.
1.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
1.1
Gates shall be constructed in accordance with the provisions
given for the appropriate gate type listed, refer to ASTM F2200 for
additional gate types.
1.2
Gates shall be designed, constructed and installed to not fall over
more than 45 degrees from the vertical plane, when a gate is
detached from the supporting hardware.
1.3
Gates shall have smooth bottom edges, with vertical bottom
edged protrusions not exceeding 0.50 inches (12.7 mm) when
other than the exceptions listed in ASTM F2200.
1.4
The minimum height for barbed tape shall not be less than 8 feet
(2.44 m) above grade and for barbed wire shall not be less than 6
feet (1.83 m) above grade.
1.5
An existing gate latch shall be disabled when a manually operated
gate is retrofitted with a powered gate operator.
1.6
A gate latch shall not be installed on an automatically operated
gate.
1.7
Protrusions shall not be permitted on any gate, refer to ASTM
F2200 for Exceptions.
1.8
Gates shall be designed, constructed and installed such that their
movement shall not be initiated by gravity when an automatic
operator is disconnected, in accordance with the following.
1.8.1
Vehicular horizontal slide gate. Shall not result in continuous,
unimpeded movement in either lineal direction of its travel.
1.8.2
Vehicular horizontal swing gate. Shall not result in continuous,
unimpeded movement in either direction along the arc of its path
of travel.
1.9
For pedestrian access in the vicinity of an automated vehicular
gate, a separate pedestrian gate shall be provided. The pedestrian
gate shall be installed in a location such that a pedestrian shall
not come in contact with a moving vehicular access gate. A
pedestrian gate shall not be incorporated into an automated
vehicular gate panel.
2.
SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS
2.1
Any non-automated gate that is to be automated shall be
upgraded to conform to the provisions of this specification.
2.2
This specification shall not apply to gates generally used for
pedestrian access and to vehicular gates not to be automated.
2.3
Any existing automated gate, when the operator requires
replacement, shall be upgraded to conform to the provisions of
this specification in effect at that time.
3.1.2
All openings shall be designed, guarded, or screened from the
bottom of the gate to the top of the gate or a minimum of 72 in.
(1.83 m) above grade, whichever is less, to prevent a 2 1⁄4 in.
(57 mm) diameter sphere from passing through the openings
anywhere in the gate, and in that portion of the adjacent fence
that the gate covers in the open position. The gate panel shall
include the entire section of the moving gate,including any back
frame or counterbalance portion of the gate.
3.1.3
A gap, measured in the horizontal plane parallel to the roadway,
between a fixed stationary object nearest the roadway, (such as a
gate support post) and the gate frame when the gate is in either
the fully open position or the fully closed position, shall not
exceed 2 1/4 inches (57 mm), refer to ASTM F2200 for Exception.
3.1.4
Positive stops shall be required to limit travel to the designed fully
open and fully closed positions. These stops shall be installed at
either the top of the gate, or at the bottom of the gate where such
stops shall horizontally or vertically project no more than is
required to perform their intended function.
3.1.5
All gates shall be designed with sufficient lateral stability to
assure that the gate will enter a receiver guide, refer to ASTM
F2200 for panel types.
3.2
The following provisions shall apply to Class IV vehicular
horizontal slide gates:
3.2.1
All weight bearing exposed rollers 8 feet (2.44 m), or less, above
grade shall be guarded or covered.
3.2.2
Positive stops shall be required to limit travel to the designed fully
open and fully closed positions. These stops shall be installed at
either the top of the gate, or at the bottom of the gate where such
stops shall horizontally or vertically project no more than is
required to perform their intended function.
4.
VEHICULAR HORIZONTAL SWING GATES
4.1
The following provisions shall apply to Class 1, Class II and Class
III vehicular horizontal swing gates:
4.1.1
Gates shall be designed, constructed and installed so as not to
create an entrapment area between the gate and the supporting
structure or other fixed object when the gate moves toward the
fully open position, subject to the provisions in 4.1.1.1 and
4.1.1.2.
4.1.1.1 The width of an object (such as a wall, pillar or column) covered
by a swing gate when in the open position shall not exceed 4
inches (102 mm), measured from the center line of the pivot
point of the gate, refer to ASTM F2200 for exception.
3.
VEHICULAR HORIZONTAL SLIDE GATES
4.1.1.2 Except for the zone specified in Section 4.1.1.1, the distance
between a fixed object such as a wall, pillar or column, and a
swing gate when in the open position shall not be less than 16
inches (406 mm), refer to ASTM F2200 for exception.
3.1
The following provisions shall apply to Class I, Class II and Class
III vehicular horizontal slide gates:
4.2
3.1.1
All weight bearing exposed rollers 8 feet (2.44 m), or less, above
grade shall be guarded or covered.
4
Class IV vehicular horizontal swing gates shall be designed,
constructed and installed in accordance with security related
parameters specific to the application in question.
INTRODUCTION
CARTON INVENTORY
NOT SHOWN: Documentation Packet, Chain #41 - 30 feet, Eye Bolt Kit
Cover
Warning Signs (2) and Warranty Card
Operator
Battery 12 Vdc 7AH
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INTRODUCTION
OPERATOR SPECIFICATIONS
This model is intended for use in vehicular slide gate applications:
Usage Classification
Class I & II
Main AC Supply
120 Vac, .5 Amps (6.5 Amps including Accessory Outlets)
System Operating Voltage
12 Vdc Battery Run / Battery Backup
Accessory Power
12 Vdc, 500mA max. for ON + SW (switched)
Solar Power Max
12 Vdc at 30 watts max.
Maximum Gate Weight
800 lbs (363.6 kg)
Maximum Gate Travel Distance
25 feet (7.62 m)
Maximum Gate Travel Speed
10 inches/second
Maximum Daily Cycle Rate
120 cycles/day
Maximum Duty Cycle
Continuous
Operating Temperature
Without Heater: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
With Optional Heater: -40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
Expansion Board
Optional
Inherent Entrapment Protection (Type A)
Dual - RPM and Current Sense
External Entrapment Protection (Type B1 and/or Type B2)
3 inputs on main board - 3 photoelectric sensors and up to 2 edge sensors
MOUNTING FOOTPRINT
.63"
20-3/8"
15-3/16"
7.49"
13.65"
10-1/2"
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INTRODUCTION
SITE PREPARATION
Check the national and local building codes BEFORE installation.
CONDUIT & CONCRETE PAD
SAFETY
Entrapment protection devices are required to protect against any
entrapment or safety conditions encountered in your gate
application. Install warning signs on both sides of the gate.
Conduit must be UL approved for low and high voltage. Consider
the operator placement BEFORE installing the pad or post.
Warning Signs
!
!
Concrete Pads
GATE
VEHICLE LOOPS
Gate must be constructed and installed according to ASTM F2200
standards (refer to page 4). Gate must fit specifications of operator
(refer to specifications).
The vehicle loops allow the gate to stay open when vehicles are
obstructing the gate path. Suggested for vehicles 14 feet (4.27 m)
or longer. Vehicle loops are not required but are recommended.
(Inside Property)
SAFETY CATCH ROLLERS
DO NOT use a gate catch post.
Install catch rollers with safety
covers on the side of a post or
wall with a minimal distance of
half an inch between the rollers
and gate.
Because the coasting distance
may vary due to changes in
temperature, it is NOT
recommended to install a stop
or catch post in front of the
gate's path. To do so will cause
the gate to hit the post in certain
instances.
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INTRODUCTION
OVERVIEW OF TYPICAL INSTALLATION
Identify your installation type (refer to the Appendix in the back of the manual for more information).
NOTE: One or more non-contact sensors shall be located where the risk of entrapment or obstruction exists at either the opening or closing direction.
Care shall be exercised to reduce the risk of nuisance tripping, such as when a vehicle, trips the sensor while the gate is still moving.
Any gap between the gate and a fixed object such as a wall, pillar, column or the operator itself larger than 2 1/4 inches must be filled.
Warning Sign
SINGLE GATE
Safety Catch
Roller
Edge Sensor
Edge Sensor
Photoelectric
Sensors
Operator
Earth Ground Rod
Check national and local
codes for proper depth
Water Tight Conduit
(Not provided)
NOTE: Power and control wiring
MUST be run in separate conduits.
DUAL GATE
Safety Catch Roller
Warning Sign
Edge Sensor
Operator
Edge Sensor
Photoelectric
Sensors
Water Tight Conduit
(Not provided)
Earth Ground Rod
NOTE: Power and
control wiring MUST be
run in separate
conduits.
Check national and local
codes for proper depth
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INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a moving gate:
• Pinch points MUST be guarded at ALL times. Install enclosed-style
gate tracks and roller guards.
• Place screen mesh 6 feet (1.8 m) high on the gate to prevent access
through openings anywhere the gate may travel.
• Mount controls at least 6 feet (1.8 m) from the gate or ANY moving
part of the gate.
• Install warning signs on EACH side of gate in PLAIN VIEW.
Permanently secure each warning sign in a suitable manner using
fastening holes.
• This operator is intended for vehicular use ONLY. To prevent INJURY
to pedestrians, a separate pedestrian access should be supplied,
visible from the gate. Locate the pedestrian access where there is
NOT a chance of INJURY at ANY point during full movement of the
gate.
• Contact sensors MUST be located at the leading and trailing edges,
and post mounted both inside and outside a horizontal swing gate.
Non-contact sensors such as photoelectric sensors MUST be
mounted across the gate opening and operate during BOTH the open
and close cycles.
• Entrapment protection devices MUST be installed to protect anyone
who may come near a moving gate.
• Locate entrapment protection devices to protect in BOTH the open
and close gate cycles.
• Locate entrapment protection devices to protect between moving
gate and RIGID objects, such as posts or walls.
• Too much force on gate will interfere with proper operation of safety
reversal system.
• NEVER increase force beyond minimum amount required to move
gate.
• NEVER use force adjustments to compensate for a binding or
sticking gate.
• If one control (force or travel limits) is adjusted, the other control
may also need adjustment.
• After ANY adjustments are made, the safety reversal system MUST
be tested. Gate MUST reverse on contact with a rigid object.
• DO NOT touch the heater when switch is on, heater may be hot.
• To AVOID damaging gas, power or other underground utility lines,
contact underground utility locating companies BEFORE digging
more than 18 inches (46 cm) deep.
• ALWAYS wear protective gloves and eye protection when changing
the battery or working around the battery compartment.
STEP 1
DETERMINE LOCATION FOR CONCRETE
PAD AND OPERATOR
4"(10 cm)
Refer to the Appendix for rear installation step 1, page 35.
1. The gate operator should be installed near the front roller of the gate
or near the back of the gate (in the OPEN position). The space
between the gate and the output sprocket must be a minimum of 4
inches.
24"
(61 cm)
2. Lay out the concrete pad.
24" (61 cm)
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INSTALLATION
STEP 2
CONCRETE PAD AND OPERATOR
ATTACHMENT
Check the national and local building codes before installation.
1. Install the electrical conduit.
2. Pour a concrete pad (reinforced concrete is recommended). The
concrete pad should be 6 inches above the ground and deeper than
the frost line.
3. Attach the operator to the concrete pad with appropriate fasteners.
4 Concrete Anchors
1/2" x 3 1/2"
6" Above Ground
MOUNTING FOOTPRINT
Below the frost
line. Check all
national and
local codes.
.63"
24"
(61 cm)
7.49"
13.65"
STEP 3
ATTACH THE CHAIN
Refer to the Appendix for rear installation step 3, page 35. DO NOT run
the operator until instructed.
1. Manually open the gate and line up the front bracket so the chain will
be level with the idler pulley and parallel to the ground. Weld the front
bracket in this position.
2. Manually close the gate and line up the rear bracket so the chain will
be level with the idler pulley and parallel to the ground. Weld the rear
bracket in this position.
3. Route the chain through the operator.
4. Connect the chain to the brackets using the eye bolt hardware. Chain
should not be too tight or have excessive slack.
NOTE: The chain should have no more than 1 inch of sag for every 10
feet of chain length.
10
24"
(61 cm)
INSTALLATION
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a moving gate:
• Entrapment protection devices MUST be installed to protect anyone
who may come near a moving gate.
• Locate entrapment protection devices to protect in BOTH the open
and close gate cycles.
• Locate entrapment protection devices to protect between moving
gate and RIGID objects, such as posts or walls.
STEP 4
INSTALL ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION
At least one external monitored entrapment protection device is required prior to gate movement (effective January of 2016). A monitored device
sends a pulsed signal to the operator so the operator is aware of the device. If the operator does not receive the signal from the device it will not run.
An entrapment zone is every location or point of contact where a person can become entrapped between a moving gate and a stationary object. All
gate operator systems REQUIRE two independent entrapment protection systems for each entrapment zone. This operator contains an inherent
(internal) entrapment protection system and REQUIRES the addition of an external entrapment protection system (non-contact photoelectric sensor or
contact edge sensor) for EACH entrapment zone.
Your application may contain one or many entrapment zones. Property owners are obligated to test entrapment protection devices monthly.
NON-CONTACT SENSORS
If the photoelectric sensor beam gets blocked while the gate is moving, the gate will stop and reverse for 4 seconds. The gate will not be able to travel
in that direction until the obstruction is cleared. CPS-UN4 or CPS-RPEN4GM monitored photoelectric sensors MUST be used. If a monitored
photoelectric sensor is not working or loses power or the beam is blocked, then ALL gate operation in that direction will stop.
Monitored Photoelectric Sensors
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INSTALLATION
STEP 4 continued...
INSTALL ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION
There are three options for wiring the entrapment protection devices
depending on the specific device and how the device will function. Refer
to the wiring diagram or the specific entrapment protection device manual
for more information. These entrapment protection device inputs are for
monitored devices, which include pulsed photoelectric sensors, resistive
edge sensors, and pulsed edge sensors. NOTE: Only one monitored
entrapment protection device may be wired to each input.
Close Photoelectric Sensors
Close Edge
CLOSE EYES/INTERRUPT (2 Terminals)
The CLOSE EYES/INTERRUPT input is for photoelectric sensor
entrapment protection for the close direction. When an obstruction is
sensed during gate closing the gate will open to the full open position and
resets the Timer-to-Close. This input will be disregarded during gate
opening.
Open Photoelectric Sensors
CLOSE EDGE (2 Terminals)
The CLOSE EDGE input is for edge sensor entrapment protection for the
close direction. When an obstruction is sensed during gate closing the
gate will reverse for 4 seconds then stop, disengaging the Timer-to-Close.
This input will be disregarded during gate opening.
The OPEN EYES/EDGE input is for photoelectric sensor or edge sensor
entrapment protection for the open direction. When an obstruction is
sensed during gate opening the gate will reverse for 4 seconds then stop.
This input will be disregarded during gate closing.
A
B
COM
LINK
OPEN EYES/EDGE (2 Terminals)
AC & BATT FAIL
BACKDRIVE
To Operator
STEP 5
EARTH GROUND ROD
Use the proper earth ground rod for your local area. The ground wire
must be a single, whole piece of wire. Never splice two wires for the
ground wire. If you should cut the ground wire too short, break it, or
destroy its integrity, replace it with a single wire length.
Check national and
local codes for
proper depth
1. Install the earth ground rod within 3 feet of the operator.
2. Run wire from the earth ground rod to the operator.
NOTE: If the operator is not grounded properly the range of the remote
controls will be reduced and the operator will be more susceptible to
lightning and surge damage.
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OR
Open Edge
INSTALLATION
To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
• ANY maintenance to the operator or in the area near the operator
MUST NOT be performed until disconnecting the electrical power (AC
or solar and battery) and locking-out the power via the operator
power switch. Upon completion of maintenance the area MUST be
cleared and secured, at that time the unit may be returned to service.
• Disconnect power at the fuse box BEFORE proceeding. Operator
MUST be properly grounded and connected in accordance with
national and local electrical codes. NOTE: The operator should be on
a separate fused line of adequate capacity.
• ALL electrical connections MUST be made by a qualified individual.
• DO NOT install ANY wiring or attempt to run the operator without
consulting the wiring diagram. We recommend that you install an
edge sensor BEFORE proceeding with the control station installation.
• ALL power wiring should be on a dedicated circuit and well
protected. The location of the power disconnect should be visible
and clearly labeled.
• ALL power and control wiring MUST be run in separate conduit.
STEP 6
OPERATOR POWER SOURCE
DIRECT PLUG-IN TRANSFORMER (120 VAC)
POWER WIRING
Wire Gauge 14
1150 feet (351 m)
This operator can be wired for either 120 Vac or a solar panel (not
provided). Follow the directions according to your application. For
dual gate applications, power will have to be connected to each
operator. Main power supply and control wiring MUST be run in
separate conduits.
Wire Gauge 12
1850 feet (564 m)
Wire Gauge 10
2950 feet (899 m)
The battery is charged in the circuit by the integrated transformer. The
operator requires one 7AH battery (provided) or one 33AH battery. The
33AH application requires the 33AH wire harness (Model K94-37236).
Wire Gauge 18
150 feet (46 m)
Wire Gauge 16
250 feet (76 m)
Wire Gauge 14
400 feet (122 m)
OR
EXTERNAL PLUG-IN TRANSFORMER (24 VAC)
SOLAR APPLICATIONS: For solar applications refer to Solar Panels
section in the Appendix, pages 36-39. Follow the directions according
to your application.
1. Turn off the AC power from the main power source circuit breaker.
Wire Gauge 12
600 feet (183 m)
Wire Gauge 10
1,000 feet (305 m)
NOTE: Use copper conductors ONLY.
2. Run the AC power wires to the operator.
3. Unplug the transformer.
4. Remove the junction box cover.
5. Run the AC power wires through the knockout in the bottom of the
electrical box.
6. Connect the green wire to the earth ground rod and AC ground using
a wire nut. NOTE: The earth ground rod can be grounded to the
chassis.
7. Connect the white wire to NEUTRAL using a wire nut.
Junction Box Cover
8. Connect the black wire to HOT using a wire nut.
9. Replace the junction box cover. Ensure the wires are not pinched.
10. Plug in the transformer.
11. Turn ON AC power to the operator.
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INSTALLATION
STEP 6 continued...
POWER WIRING
7AH BATTERY
1. Unplug the transformer.
2. Unplug the J15 plug labeled BATT on the control board by squeezing
the plug and pulling it from the control board. This disconnects the
ac/dc power to the control board.
3. Connect the red wire from the J15 plug to the positive (+) terminal of
the battery.
4. Connect the black wire from the J15 plug to the negative (-) terminal
of the battery.
5. Plug the J15 plug back into the control board. This will power up the
control board. NOTE: You may see a small spark when plugging the
J15 plug into the board.
J15 Plug
(solar wires)
6. Plug in the transformer.
Red (+)
Black (-)
7AH Battery
To use a 33AH battery in place of the 7AH battery, follow the
instructions below. The 33AH application requires the 33AH wire
harness (Model K94-37236).
33AH BATTERY
1. Unplug the transformer.
2. Unplug the J15 plug labeled BATT on the control board by squeezing
the plug and pulling it from the control board. This disconnects the
ac/dc power to the control board. Discard this J15 plug and harness.
3. Connect one end of the red (+) wire from the new 33AH wire harness
kit to the red wire from the new J15 plug as shown. Connect the other
end of the red (+) wire to the positive (+) terminal on the battery as
shown.
J15 Plug
(new wire
harness, Model
K94-37236)
4. Connect one end of the black (-) wire from the new 33AH wire
harness kit to the black wire from the new J15 plug as shown.
Connect the other end of the black (-) wire to the negative (-) terminal
on the battery as shown.
Red (+)
Red (+) wire
from new wire
harness kit
5. Reconnect the new J15 plug to the control board. NOTE: You may see
a small spark when plugging the J15 plug into the board.
6. Plug in the transformer.
33AH Battery
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(solar wires)
Black (-)
Black (-) wire
from new wire
harness kit
INSTALLATION
STEP 7
DUAL GATES ONLY
There are two options for dual gate communication: wired or wireless. Follow the directions according to your application. Do not use wired and
wireless communication simultaneously. Wired dual gate applications will have a longer battery standby time than wireless applications.
WIRELESS DUAL GATES
TO ACTIVATE THE WIRELESS FEATURE:
1. Choose an operator to be the network primary operator. All wireless
accessories will need to be programmed to the primary operator.
NOTE: We recommend that all accessories and board configurations
are set on the primary operator.
2. Press and release the LEARN RADIO button on the primary operator.
The green XMITTER LED will light.
3. Press and release the LEARN RADIO button again on the primary
operator. The yellow NETWORK LED will light.
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6. Press and release the LEARN RADIO button again on the second
operator. The yellow NETWORK LED will light.
7. Press and release the CLOSE test button to assign this operator as
network second.
Both operators will beep and the yellow NETWORK LEDs will turn off
indicating programming is successful.
TO DEACTIVATE THE WIRELESS FEATURE:
1. Press and release the LEARN RADIO button on either operator. The
green XMITTER LED will light.
2. Press and release the LEARN RADIO button again on the same
operator. The yellow NETWORK LED will light.
3. Press and hold the LEARN RADIO button for 5 seconds. The yellow
NETWORK LED will blink (operator will beep) then turn off indicating
successful deactivation.
Repeat the steps for the other operator.
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B
5. Press and release the LEARN RADIO button on the second operator.
The green XMITTER LED will light.
A
4. Press and release the OPEN test button to assign this operator as
network primary.
INSTALLATION
STEP 7 continued...
DUAL GATES ONLY
WIRED DUAL GATES
Before digging, contact local underground utility locating companies. Use PVC conduit to prevent damage to cables.
Disconnect ALL power to the operator and unplug the J15 plug from the
control board.
DUAL GATE WIRE TYPE (SHIELDED TWISTED PAIR CABLE)
22AWG up to 200 feet (61 m)
1. Trench across driveway to bury the shielded twisted pair cable.
2. Connect the wires from the shielded twisted pair cable to the Com
Link terminals on the primary gate operator control board. NOTE: We
recommend that all accessories and board configurations are set on
the primary operator.
18AWG - 200-1000 feet
(61-305 m)
Wire must be rated at 30 Volt minimum
3. Route the shielded twisted pair cable to the secondary gate operator's
control board.
4. Connect the wires from the shielded twisted pair cable to the Com
Link terminals on the secondary control board (Com Link A to Com
Link A and Com Link B to Com Link B). Ground the shield of the cable
to the chassis ground of one operator.
Connect ALL power to the operator and plug the J15 plug into the
control board.
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BIPART DELAY/SYNCHRONIZED CLOSE
The LOCK/BIPART DELAY switch is used only with dual gate applications
and serves two functions:
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SLIDE GATE APPLICATIONS: Not applicable, set to OFF.
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• SYNCHRONIZED CLOSE
The BIPART DELAY is also used in applications where one gate travels
a longer distance than the other. To synchronize the closing of the
gates, set the LOCK/BIPART DELAY switch to ON for both operators.
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B
SWING GATE APPLICATIONS: The BIPART DELAY is used in
applications where a mag-lock, solenoid lock, or decorative overlay
would require one gate to close before the other. The operator with the
LOCK/BIPART DELAY switch ON will delay from the close limit when
opening and be the first to close from the open limit.
A
• BIPART DELAY
INSTALLATION
STEP 8
INSTALL THE COVER
1. Slide the cover over the operator.
2. Align the hole in the cover with the threaded hole in the operator's
chassis and secure the cover with the provided 5/16-18 screw.
5/16-18 Screw
The basic installation is complete.
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ADJUSTMENT
LIMIT AND FORCE ADJUSTMENT
To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
• Without a properly installed safety reversal system, persons
(particularly small children) could be SERIOUSLY INJURED or
KILLED by a moving gate.
• Too much force on gate will interfere with proper operation of safety
reversal system.
• NEVER increase force beyond minimum amount required to move
gate.
• NEVER use force adjustments to compensate for a binding or
sticking gate.
• If one control (force or travel limits) is adjusted, the other control
may also need adjustment.
• After ANY adjustments are made, the safety reversal system MUST
be tested. Gate MUST reverse on contact with a rigid object.
INTRODUCTION
LIMIT SETUP LEDS
Your operator is designed with electronic controls to make travel limit
and force adjustments easy. The adjustments allow you to program
where the gate will stop in the open and close position. The electronic
controls sense the amount of force required to open and close the gate.
The force is adjusted automatically when you program the limits but
should be fine tuned using the REVERSAL FORCE dial on the control
board (refer to Fine Tune the Force section) to compensate for
environmental changes. The limit setup LEDs (located next to the SET
OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons) indicate the status of the limits, refer to
the table to the right.
The limits can be set using the control board (below) or a remote control
(refer to Limit Setup with a Remote Control in the Additional Features
section). Setting the limits with a remote control requires a 3-button
remote control programmed to OPEN, CLOSE, and STOP.
SET OPEN
LED
SET
CLOSE
LED
OPERATOR MODE
EXPLANATION
OFF
OFF
NORMAL MODE
Limits are set.
BLINKING
BLINKING
LIMIT SETTING MODE
Limits are not set.
BLINKING
ON
LIMIT SETTING MODE
Open limit is not
set.
ON
BLINKING
LIMIT SETTING MODE
Close limit is not
set.
ON
ON
LIMIT SETTING MODE
Limits are set.
NOTE: The Test Buttons on the control board will not work until the limits
have been set.
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INITIAL LIMITS AND FORCE ADJUSTMENT
For dual gate applications the limits will have to be set for each
operator. The gate MUST be attached to the operator before setting the
limits and force.
3
1. Press and release the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons
simultaneously to enter limit setting mode.
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4. Press and hold one of the MOVE GATE button to move the gate to the
other limit.
B
3. Press and release the SET CLOSE or SET OPEN button depending on
which limit is being set.
A
2. Press and hold one of the MOVE GATE buttons to move the gate to
the open or close limit.
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4
5. Press and release the SET CLOSE or SET OPEN button depending on
which limit is being set.
6. Cycle the gate open and close. This automatically sets the force.
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LIMIT AND FORCE ADJUSTMENT continued...
FINE TUNE THE FORCE
The FORCE DIAL on the control board is used for fine tuning the force in
cases where wind or environmental changes may affect the gate travel.
Based on the length and weight of the gate it may be necessary to make
additional force adjustments. The force setting should be high enough
that the gate will not reverse by itself nor cause nuisance interruptions,
but low enough to prevent serious injury to a person. The force setting is
the same for both the open and close gate directions.
2. If the gate stops or reverses before reaching the fully open or closed
position, increase the force by turning the force control slightly
clockwise.
A
B
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1. Open and close the gate with the TEST BUTTONS.
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3. Perform the “Obstruction Test” after every force setting adjustment
(see below).
ADJUST THE LIMITS
A
B
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After both limits are set and the operator is ready to run, one limit can be
adjusted independently from the other by following steps 1-3 of the Initial
Limit and Force Adjustment section, on page 18.
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OBSTRUCTION TEST
The operator is equipped with an automatic obstruction sensing feature.
If the gate encounters an obstruction during motion, the operator will
automatically reverse direction of the gate for a short time and then stop
the gate. After any adjustments are made, test the operator:
1
1. Open and close the gate with the TEST BUTTONS, ensuring that the
gate is stopping at the proper open and close limit positions.
2. Place a solid object between the open gate and a rigid structure.
Ensure that the gate, the solid object, and the rigid structure can
withstand the forces generated during this obstruction test.
3. Run the gate in the close direction. The gate should stop and reverse
upon contact with the solid object. If the gate does not reverse off the
solid object, reduce the force setting by turning the force control
slightly counter-clockwise. The gate should have enough force to
reach both the open and close limits, but MUST reverse after contact
with a solid object.
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PROGRAMMING
REMOTE CONTROLS (NOT PROVIDED)
A total of 50 Security✚ 2.0™ remote controls and 2 keyless entries (1
PIN for each keyless entry) can be programmed to the operator. When
programming a third keyless entry to the operator, the first keyless entry
will be erased to allow the third keyless entry to be programmed. When
the operator’s memory is full it will exit the programming mode and the
remote control will not be programmed. The memory will need to be
erased before programming any additional remote controls. NOTE: If
installing an 86LM to extend the range of the remote controls DO NOT
straighten the antenna.
LEARN
T
BUT
XMITTER
NETWORK
REVERSAL
FORCE
TEST
BUTTONS
XMITTER
A
STOP
B
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CLOSE
NOTE: If using an external receiver use shielded wire for the connections
and mount the receiver away from the operator to avoid interference with
the operator.
OPEN
NETWORK
RSAL
RCE
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There are 3 different options for programming the remote control
depending on how you would like the remote control to function.
Choose a programming option:
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
PROGRAMMING STEPS
Single button as OPEN
only
Program a single button on the
remote control for open only. The
Timer-to-Close can be set to close
the gate.
1. Press and release the LEARN button (operator will beep and green XMITTER
LED will light).
2. Press the OPEN button.
3. Press the remote control button that you would like to program.
Single button (SBC) as
OPEN, CLOSE, and
STOP
Program one remote control button
as an open, close, and stop.
Three separate buttons
as OPEN, CLOSE, and
STOP
Program each remote control button
as an open, close, and stop.
1. Press and release the LEARN button (operator will beep and green XMITTER
LED will light).
2. Press the remote control button that you would like to program.
1. Press and release the LEARN button (operator will beep and green XMITTER
LED will light).
2. Press the OPEN, CLOSE, or STOP button, depending on the desired function.
3. Press the remote control button that you would like to program.
The operator will automatically exit learn mode (operator will beep and
green XMITTER LED will go out) if programming is successful. To
program additional Security✚ 2.0™ remote controls or remote control
buttons, repeat the programming steps above.
NOTICE: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada (IC) licence-exempt RSS
standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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PROGRAMMING
ERASE ALL CODES
LIFTMASTER INTERNET GATEWAY
(NOT PROVIDED)
To program the operator to the LiftMaster Internet Gateway:
1. Press and release the LEARN button (operator will beep and green
XMITTER LED will light).
USING THE LEARN BUTTON ON THE OPERATOR’S
CONTROL BOARD
2. Press and hold the LEARN button again until the green XMITTER LED
flashes and then release the button (approximately 6 seconds). All
remote control codes are now erased.
1. Connect the ethernet cable to the LiftMaster Internet Gateway and the
router.
2. Connect power to the LiftMaster Internet Gateway.
ERASE LIMITS
3. Create an online account by visiting www.myliftmaster.com.
1. To erase the limits, press and hold the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE
buttons simultaneously (5 seconds) until both the SET OPEN and SET
CLOSE LEDs blink rapidly and the operator beeps.
4. Register the LiftMaster Internet Gateway.
5. Use an internet enabled computer or smartphone to add devices. The
LiftMaster Internet Gateway will stay in learn mode for three minutes.
2. Release the buttons and the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE LEDs will
blink slowly indicating the limits will need to be set.
6. Press the Learn button twice on the primary operator (the operator
will beep as it enters learn mode). The LiftMaster Internet Gateway will
pair to the operator if it is within range and the operator will beep if
programming is successful.
OR
USING THE RESET BUTTON ON THE OPERATOR
TO REMOVE AND ERASE MONITORED
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES
1. Connect the ethernet cable to the LiftMaster Internet Gateway and the
router.
1. Remove the entrapment protection device wires from the terminal
block.
2. Connect power to the LiftMaster Internet Gateway.
2. Press and release the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons
simultaneously. The SET OPEN and SET CLOSE LEDs will turn on
(entering learn limit mode).
3. Create an online account by visiting www.myliftmaster.com.
4. Register the LiftMaster Internet Gateway.
3. Press and release both SET OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons again to
turn off the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE LEDs (exiting learn limit
mode).
5. Use an internet enabled computer or smartphone to add devices. The
LiftMaster Internet Gateway will stay in learn mode for three minutes.
6. Ensure gate is closed.
7. Give the operator an OPEN command.
8. Within 30 seconds, when the gate is at the open limit press and
release the reset button 3 times (on primary gate) to put primary
operator into High Band Learn Mode (the operator will beep as it
enters learn mode). The LiftMaster Internet Gateway will pair to the
operator if it is within range and the operator will beep if programming
is successful.
The status as shown by the LiftMaster Internet Gateway app will be either
“open” or “closed”. The gate operator can then be controlled through the
LiftMaster Internet Gateway app.
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OPERATION
CONTROL BOARD OVERVIEW
12
1
3
11
2
4
5
6
9
8
7
10
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A
8
9
10
11
• Option select switch set to OPEN forces gate to automatically open and then latch at the OPEN limit until AC power is restored or battery
voltage increases.
• Option select switch set to CLOSE forces gate to latch at CLOSE limit if at CLOSE limit or on next CLOSE command until AC power restored or
battery voltage increases.
• Constant pressure on a hard command input overrides to open or close the gate.
• Critically low battery is less than 11.5 V
BIPART DELAY Switch: The LOCK/BIPART DELAY switch is used only for dual gates. See Bipart Delay section.
LEARN Button: The LEARN button is for programming remote controls and the network.
TIMER-TO-CLOSE dial: The TIMER-TO-CLOSE (TTC) dial can be set to automatically close the gate after a specified time period. The TTC is factory
set to OFF. If the TTC is set to the OFF position, then the gate will remain open until the operator receives another command from a control. Rotate the
TIMER-TO-CLOSE dial to the desired setting. The range is 0 to 180 seconds, 0 seconds is OFF.
NOTE: Any radio command, single button control, or CLOSE command on the control board prior to the TTC expiring will close the gate. The TTC is
reset by any signals from the open controls, loops, close edges, and close photoelectric sensors (IR’s).
REVERSAL FORCE dial: The REVERSAL FORCE dial adjusts the force. See Force Adjustment section.
TEST BUTTONS: The TEST BUTTONS will operate the gate (OPEN, STOP and CLOSE).
STATUS LEDs: The STATUS LEDs indicate the status of the operator. See Status LED Chart in the Troubleshooting section.
Error Code Display: The error code display will show the operator type, firmware version, and error codes. The operator type will display as "SL"
followed by a "12" which indicates the operator type as RSL12VDC. The firmware version will show after the operator type, example "1.2".
BACKDRIVE Switch: Set to MANUAL will allow the gate to be manually pushed open or closed if there is a loss of AC and battery power. Set to
SECURE makes the gate difficult to push open or closed if there is a loss of AC and battery power.
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6
7
SET OPEN Button: The SET OPEN button sets the OPEN limit. See Adjust Limits section.
SET CLOSE Button: The SET CLOSE button sets the CLOSE limit. See Adjust Limits section.
MOVE GATE Buttons: The MOVE GATE buttons will either open or close the gate when the operator is in Limit setting mode. See Adjust Limits section.
BATT FAIL:
• When AC power is OFF and battery voltage is critically low the gate will latch at a limit until AC power is restored or batteries voltage increases.
B
1
2
3
4
OPERATION
RESET SWITCH
The reset switch is located on the front of the operator and serves
several functions.
NORMAL OPERATION
Toggling the reset switch will stop a moving gate during a normal open/
close cycle, like a stop button. The operator does not need to be reset
after doing this. The reset switch will disable the gate in the present
position and will energize the solenoid lock for two minutes and disable
the maglock for two minutes.
RESET/DISCONNECT
MANUAL DISCONNECT
Press the reset switch to RESET/DISCONNECT to allow the gate to be
opened and closed manually. To resume normal operation press the
reset switch to NORMAL OPERATION.
OPERATOR ALARM
If a contact sensor detects an obstruction twice consecutively the alarm
will sound (up to 5 minutes) and the operator will need to be reset. If a
command is given after the initial 5 minutes the operator will beep. The
operator alarm will beep 3 times with a command if the battery is low.
When the inherent force of the operator (RPM/current sensor) detects
the following (twice consecutively) the alarm will sound (up to 5
minutes) and the operator will need to be reset:
A
B
C
D
A. The gate is hitting a wall or vehicle.
B. The gate does not meet specifications.
C. Debris is on the gate's track such as mud, rocks, dirt, etc.
D. The gate has one or more broken axles or wheels.
E. The gate wheel is off the gate rail.
Remove any obstructions. Toggle the reset switch to shut off the
alarm and reset the operator. After the operator is reset, normal
functions will resume.
E
REMOTE CONTROL
SINGLE BUTTON CONTROL (SBC) FUNCTIONALITY
Once the remote control has been programmed the operator will operate
as follows:
When gate is in the closed position, activation of the remote control
button will open the gate. During the open cycle another activation of the
remote control will stop the gate and the next activation of the remote
control will close the gate.
When the gate is in the open position, activation of the remote control
button will close the gate. If the remote control is activated while the gate
is closing, the gate will stop and the next activation will open the gate.
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ACCESSORY WIRING
EXTERNAL CONTROL DEVICES
EXIT (2 Terminals)
This input is a soft open command (maintained switch does not override
external safeties and does not reset alarm condition). Used for exit probe,
telephone entry, external exit loop detector, or any device that would
command the gate to open.
•
(control board)
Exit
Com
Shadow
Opens a closing gate and holds open an open gate, if maintained,
pauses Timer-to-Close at OPEN limit.
Com
Interrupt
Com
SHADOW (2 Terminals)
This input is used for external shadow loop detector when loop is
positioned under the swing of the gate.
•
Holds open gate at open limit
•
Only active when the gate is at the OPEN limit, disregarded at all other
times
•
Pauses Timer-to-Close at OPEN limit
Interrupt Loop
Exit Loop
INTERRUPT (2 Terminals)
This input is used for photoelectric sensors and external interrupt loop
detector when loop is on the outside of the gate.
•
Holds open gate at open limit
•
Stops and reverses a closing gate to open limit
•
Pauses Timer-to-Close at OPEN limit, activates quick close and
anti-tailgate features when enabled on the expansion board
VEHICLE DETECTION DEVICES
The same accessory inputs used for vehicle detection devices are also
used for entrapment protection devices (refer to step 4 of Installation).
The vehicle detection devices may be monitored or non-monitored, but
only ONE monitored device may be connected to each input, inclusive of
entrapment protection devices. Multiple non-monitored devices can be
wired to the same input. A monitored device sends a pulsed signal to the
operator so the operator is aware of the device. If the operator does not
receive the signal from the device indicating it is working properly, it will
not run in that direction.
Close Photoelectric Sensors
Close Edge
CLOSE EYES/INTERRUPT (2 Terminals)
Open Photoelectric Sensors
The CLOSE EYES/INTERRUPT input is for photoelectric sensor vehicle
detection for the close direction. When an obstruction is sensed during
gate closing the gate will open to the full open position. This input will be
disregarded during gate opening and resets the Timer-to-Close.
CLOSE EDGE (2 Terminals)
OPEN EYES/EDGE (2 Terminals)
The OPEN EYES/EDGE input is for photoelectric sensor or edge sensor
vehicle detection for the open direction. When an obstruction is sensed
during gate opening the gate will reverse for 4 seconds then stop. This
input will be disregarded during gate closing.
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The CLOSE EDGE input is for edge sensor vehicle detection for the close
direction. When an obstruction is sensed during gate closing the gate will
reverse for 4 seconds then stop, disengaging the Timer-to-Close. This
input will be disregarded during gate opening.
OR
Open Edge
ACCESSORY WIRING
LOCKS
(control board)
MAGLOCK (2 Terminals, N.C. and COM)
Maglock
Relay contact output, Normally - closed (N.C.) output for maglocks.
Relay activates prior to motor activation and during motor run. Relay is
off when motor is off.
NOTE: For AC power install a Siemens S10K30 MOV (Metal Oxide
Varistor) or equivalent. For DC power install a 1N4005 diode or
equivalent.
1N4005 diode
or equivalent.
SOLENOID (2 Terminals, N.O. and COM)
+
(not provided)
Siemens S10K30 MOV
(Metal Oxide Varistor)
or equivalent.
Normally - open (N.O.) output for solenoid locks
Relay activates prior to motor activation and during motor run. Relay is
off when motor is off.
(control board)
-
Solenoid Lock
NOTE: For AC power install a Siemens S10K30 MOV (Metal Oxide
Varistor) or equivalent. For DC power install a 1N4005 diode or
equivalent.
1N4005 diode
or equivalent.
+
(not provided)
MISCELLANEOUS WIRING
THREE BUTTON CONTROL STATION (4 Terminals)
• OPEN and COM: Opens a closed gate.
Hard open (maintained switch overrides external safeties and resets
alarm condition). If maintained, pauses Timer-to-Close at OPEN limit.
Opens a closing gate and holds open an open gate (within
line-of-sight).
(main control board)
Three Button Control Station
Open
• CLOSE and COM: Closes an open gate.
Hard close (maintained switch overrides external safeties and resets
alarm condition within line-of-sight)
Close
Stop
Com
• STOP and COM: Stops a moving gate.
Hard stop (maintained switch overrides Open and Close commands
and resets alarm condition). If maintained, pauses Timer-to-Close at
OPEN limit. Overrides Open and Close commands (within
line-of-sight).
N.C.
Fire Dept
Com
Fire Department
FIRE DEPARTMENT OPEN INPUT (2 Terminals)
Acts as hard open.
(main control board)
Maintained input overrides (ignores) external safeties (photoelectric
sensor and edge), pauses Timer-to-Close momentary input logic as single
button control and safeties remain active, re-enables Timer-to-Close.
Accessory Power Switched
Com (-)
Acc Power +12 Vdc
Com (-)
Acc Power +12 Vdc
ACCESSORY POWER 12 VDC, MAX 500 mA (4 Terminals)
Accessory Power Unswitched
• SWITCHED: Switched ON with gate motion (stays on 5 seconds after
motion).
• UNSWITCHED: 12 Vdc voltage out to power accessories, always ON.
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MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
• READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
• ANY maintenance to the operator or in the area near the operator
MUST NOT be performed until disconnecting the electrical power (AC
or solar and battery) and locking-out the power via the operator
power switch. Upon completion of maintenance the area MUST be
cleared and secured, at that time the unit may be returned to service.
• Disconnect power at the fuse box BEFORE proceeding. Operator
MUST be properly grounded and connected in accordance with
national and local electrical codes. NOTE: The operator should be on
a separate fused line of adequate capacity.
• NEVER let children operate or play with gate controls. Keep the
remote control away from children.
• ALWAYS keep people and objects away from the gate. NO ONE
SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING GATE.
• The entrance is for vehicles ONLY. Pedestrians MUST use separate
entrance.
• Test the gate operator monthly. The gate MUST reverse on contact
with a rigid object or reverse when an object activates the noncontact sensors. After adjusting the force or the limit of travel, retest
the gate operator. Failure to adjust and retest the gate operator
properly can increase the risk of INJURY or DEATH.
• Use the manual disconnect release ONLY when the gate is NOT
moving.
• KEEP GATES PROPERLY MAINTAINED. Read the owner’s manual.
Have a qualified service person make repairs to gate hardware.
• ALL maintenance MUST be performed by a LiftMaster professional.
• Activate gate ONLY when it can be seen clearly, is properly adjusted
and there are no obstructions to gate travel.
• To reduce the risk of FIRE or INJURY to persons use ONLY
LiftMaster part 29-NP712 for replacement batteries.
• SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
• ALWAYS wear protective gloves and eye protection when changing the battery or working around the battery compartment.
MAINTENANCE CHART
Disconnect all power (AC, solar, battery) to the operator before servicing. The operator's AC Power switch ONLY turns off AC power to the control
board and DOES NOT turn off battery power. ALWAYS disconnect the batteries to service the operator.
DESCRIPTION
CHECK AT LEAST ONCE EVERY
TASK
MONTH
Entrapment Protection Devices
Check and test for proper operation
X
Warning Signs
Make sure they are present
X
Manual Disconnect
Check and test for proper operation
6 MONTHS
3 YEARS
X
Drive Chain and Sprockets
Check for excessive slack and lubricate
Belt and Pulley
Check for excessive slack, wear or damage
X
Gate
Inspect for wear or damage
Accessories
Check all for proper operation
X
Electrical
Inspect all wire connections
X
X
X
Chassis Mounting Bolts
Check for tightness
X
Operator
Inspect for wear or damage
X
Batteries
Replace
X
NOTES:
•
Severe or high cycle usage will require more frequent maintenance checks.
•
Limits may have to be reset after any major drive chain adjustments.
•
If lubricating chain, use only lithium spray. Never use grease or silicone spray.
•
It is suggested that while at the site voltage readings be taken at the operator. Using a digital voltmeter, verify that the incoming voltage to the
operator is within ten percent of the operator’s rating.
BATTERIES
Batteries will degrade over time depending on temperature and usage.
The operator alarm will beep 3 times with a command if the battery is
low. Batteries do not perform well in extremely cold temperatures. For
best performance, the batteries should be replaced every 3 years. Use
only LiftMaster part 29-NP712 for replacement batteries. The operator
comes with one 7AH battery. One 33AH (A12330SGLPK), with 33AH
Battery Harness (K94-37236) may be used in place of the 7AH battery.
The batteries contain lead and need to be disposed of properly.
DRIVE CHAIN
Over time, the drive chain on the operator will stretch and need to be
tightened. To tighten the drive chain adjust either of the two chain eye
bolts. NOTE: The chain should have no more than 1 inch of sag for every
10 feet of chain length.
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To protect against fire and electrocution:
• DISCONNECT power (AC or solar and battery) BEFORE installing or
servicing operator.
For continued protection against fire:
• Replace ONLY with fuse of same type and rating.
ERROR CODES
NOTE: When cycling or disconnecting power (ac/dc) to the control board, it is recommended that you unplug the J15 plug.
TO VIEW THE ERROR CODES
The error codes are shown on the error code display.
Press and
hold the
STOP
button...
OPEN, CLOSE, & STOP BUTTONS
ERROR CODE DISPLAY
...then press
and hold the
OPEN button
until "Er"
shows
...then press
and hold the
CLOSE button...
The second number shown after the
error sequence number is the error
code itself (31-99, example" "31" shown
below). Refer to the chart on the
following page for an explanation of
each error code.
A
ERROR CODE NUMBER
The first number shown is the most
recent error (example: "01" shown
A SECOND
below). The display will show the
LATER....
sequence of errors that occurred
starting with "01" and going up to error
"20".
B
ERROR SEQUENCE NUMBER
COM
LINK
The operator will show the error sequence number followed by the error
code number:
AC & BATT FAIL
BACKDRIVE
TO EXIT ERROR CODE DISPLAY
Press and release the STOP button to exit. The error code display will
also time out after two minutes of inactivity.
TO SCROLL THROUGH THE SAVED ERROR CODES
TO RESET THE ERROR CODE HISTORY
1. Press and hold the STOP button for six seconds. The display will
show "Er" then "CL" alternately for six seconds.
2. Release the STOP button. The error history has now been reset and
the display will show "- -" until a new error occurs.
3. Press and release the STOP button to exit.
Press the OPEN button
to cycle to the most
recent errors ("01").
Press the CLOSE button
to cycle to the oldest
error (up to "20").
The operator will only keep track of up to 20 errors, then will start saving
over the oldest errors as new errors occur.
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ERROR CODES continued...
Some errors are saved in the error code history and some are not. If an error is not saved it will briefly appear on the error code display as it occurs,
then disappear.
Error Code
31
34
35
Meaning
Solution
Control board has experienced an internal failure.
Disconnect all power, wait 15 seconds, then reconnect power (reboot).
If issue continues, replace control board.
Check the operator cable connections, then reprogram the limits.
Absolute Position Encoder Error, not getting
position information from encoder
Max-Run-Time Exceeded Error
Product ID Error
36
Product ID Failure
37
38
40
41
Hard Stop Limit
Battery overvoltage
Battery overcurrent
No battery at boot up
42
43
44
45
46
47
50
Loop Error - Failure or missing exit loop (SHORT
or OPEN - LiftMaster Plug-in Loop Detector only)
Loop Error - Failure or missing shadow loop
(SHORT or OPEN - LiftMaster Plug-in Loop
Detector only)
Loop Error - Failure or missing interrupt loop
(SHORT or OPEN - LiftMaster Plug-in Loop
Detector only)
Wireless edge battery low
Battery shorted
Run-Distance Error
Brownout occurred
53
Wireless Second Operator Communication Error
54
60
61
62
63
64
65
Minimum number of monitored entrapment
protection devices (one) not installed.
CLOSE EYE/INTERRUPT held more than 3 minutes
(main board)
CLOSE EDGE held more than 3 minutes (main
board)
OPEN EYE/EDGE held more than 3 minutes (main
board)
CLOSE EYE/INTERRUPT held more than 3 minutes
(expansion board)
CLOSE EYE/EDGE held more than 3 minutes
(expansion board)
Saved
NO
YES
Check for an obstruction, then reprogram the limits.
Was the control board just replaced? If so, erase limits, enter limit
setup mode and set limits. If not, disconnect all power, wait 15
seconds, then reconnect power before changing product ID harness.
Unplug product ID harness then plug back in. Disconnect all power,
wait 15 seconds, then reconnect power before replacing product ID
harness.
Limit may be set too tightly against a non-resilient hard stop (re-adjust
limit). Operator may be at end of travel (re-adjust mounting).
Too much voltage on the battery. Check harness. Make sure you do
NOT have a 24V battery on a 12V system.
Possible short of the battery charge harness. Check harness. Make
sure you do NOT have a 12V battery on a 24V system.
Check battery connections and installation. Replace batteries if
depleted to less than 20V on a 24V system. Make sure you do NOT
have a single 12V battery on a 24V system.
Check loop wiring throughout connection. May be a short in the loop,
or an open connection in the loop.
Check loop wiring throughout connection. May be a short in the loop,
or an open connection in the loop.
YES
YES
Check loop wiring throughout connection. May be a short in the loop,
or an open connection in the loop.
YES
Replace batteries in wireless edge.
Check battery harness for short to chassis
Gate unbalance detected. Make sure the gate is installed on a level
surface and not on an excessive grade.
AC/DC board supply dipped below allowable level. Review power
supply and wiring. If rebooting, ensure enough time for discharge of
power to force a fresh boot.
Check the second operator for power. If OFF, restore power and try to
run the system. If powered, deactivate the wireless feature and then
re-learn the second operator.
Review monitored entrapment protection device connections.
YES
YES
YES
Check CLOSE EYE/INTERRUPT input on main board; check for
alignment or obstruction.
Check CLOSE EDGE input on main board; check for alignment or
obstruction.
Check OPEN EYE/EDGE input on main board; check for alignment or
obstruction.
Check wired input on expansion board; check for alignment or
obstruction.
Check wired input on expansion board; check for alignment or
obstruction.
YES
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YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
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ERROR CODES continued...
Some errors are saved in the error code history and some are not. If an error is not saved it will briefly appear on the error code display as it occurs,
then disappear.
Error Code
66
67
68
69
Meaning
Solution
OPEN EYE/EDGE held more than 3 minutes
(expansion board)
Wireless edge triggered more than 3 minutes
Wireless edge loss of monitoring
Wireless edge triggered
Check wired input on expansion board; check for alignment or
obstruction.
Check wired input for wiring issue or obstruction.
Check wireless edge inputs.
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check inputs and wiring.
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check alignment, inputs, and wiring.
80
CLOSE EYE/INTERRUPT triggered, causing
reversal, preventing close, or resetting TTC (main
board)
CLOSE EDGE triggered, causing reversal,
preventing close, or cancelling TTC (main board)
OPEN EYE/EDGE triggered, causing reversal or
preventing opening (main board)
CLOSE EYE/INTERRUPT triggered, causing
reversal, preventing close, or resetting TTC
(expansion board)
CLOSE EYE/EDGE triggered, causing reversal and
preventing close or cancelling TTC (expansion
board)
OPEN EYE/EDGE triggered, causing reversal or
preventing opening (expansion board)
Close input (EYE/EDGE) communication fault from
other operator
81
Open input (EYE/EDGE) communication fault from
other operator
70
71
72
73
74
75
82
83
Close input (EYE/EDGE) communication fault
(expansion board)
Open input (EYE/EDGE) communication fault
(expansion board)
Force reversal
91
RPM / STALL Reversal
93
99
Normal Operation
Saved
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check alignment, inputs, and wiring.
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check alignment, inputs, and wiring.
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check alignment, inputs, and wiring.
NO
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check alignment, inputs, and wiring.
NO
IF an obstruction occurred, no action required. If an obstruction did
NOT occur, check alignment, inputs, and wiring.
Check inputs and communication method between operators, either
wired bus or radio. Ensure operator is powered. May have to erase the
wireless communication and reprogram the two operators.
Check inputs and communication method between operators, either
wired bus or radio. Ensure operator is powered. May have to erase the
wireless communication and reprogram the two operators.
Check the connections between the main board and the expansion
board.
Check the connections between the main board and the expansion
board.
Check for obstruction. If no obstruction, check that the operator arm is
engaged and free to move. Refer to Limit and Force Adjustment
section, and Obstruction Test.
Check for obstruction. If no obstruction, check the operator cable
wiring and that the operator arm is engaged and free to move. Replace
the operator arm if necessary.
No action required
NO
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NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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CONTROL BOARD LEDS
STATUS LEDS
SBC INPUT
FIRE DEPT
INPUT
EXIT
The timer is paused
SHADOW
The timer is cancelled
The gate is stopped
The gate is opening or closing
Operator is in E1 (single
entrapment)
The operator is in E2 (double
entrapment)
No battery error
Battery low
Battery critically low
CLOSE EYES/
INTERRUPT
CLOSE EDGE
OPEN EYES/
EDGE
OFF state
Accessory overload protector
opened
LOCK
STATUS LEDS
OFF
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Input inactive
ON
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Input inactive
ON
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Input inactive
ON
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Input inactive
ON
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Input inactive
ON
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Input inactive
ON
Input active
BLINK
Input active on other operator
OFF
Maglock relay inactive
ON
Maglock relay active
INPUT LEDS
AC & BATT FAIL
BACKDRIVE
30
Input inactive
ON
A
OFF
BATT
CHARGING ON
OFF
TIMER
ON
MEDIUM BLINK (1
blink per second)
FAST BLINK (2 blinks
per second)
FASTEST BLINK (8
blinks per second)
OFF
GATE
MOVING
ON
MEDIUM BLINK (1
blink per second)
FASTEST BLINK (8
blinks per second)
BATT LOW OFF
ON
BLINK (1 blink per
second)
ACC PWR OFF
OVLD
ON
OFF state
AC charger or Solar power
available
Not charging
Three stage battery charging
The timer is disabled
The timer is enabled
The timer is running
COM
LINK
OFF
ON
B
INPUT
POWER
INPUT LEDS
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
a) Check AC and battery power
b) Check fuses
c) Charge batteries by AC or solar power or replace batteries
d) Replace defective control board
Control board
a) Check reset switch
powers up, but
b) Check Stop button is not “stuck on”, or verify that the stop button is a
motor does not
normally closed circuit, or put a jumper on the stop circuit.
run.
c) Charges batteries by AC or solar power or replace batteries
d) Check all Open and Close inputs for a “stuck on” input
e) Check all Entrapment Protection Device inputs for a “stuck on” sensor
f) Check all vehicle detector inputs for a “stuck on” detector
g) Replace defective control board
a) Use manual disconnect, manually move gate, and ensure gate moves easily
Gate moves, but
limit to limit. Repair gate as needed.
cannot set correct
limits.
b) Gate must move easily and freely through its entire range, limit to limit.
Repair gate as needed.
Gate does not fully a) Gate does not move to a limit position
a) Use manual disconnect, manually move gate, and ensure gate moves easily
open or fully close b) Gate is too difficult to move
limit to limit. Repair gate as needed.
when setting
b) Gate must move easily and freely through its entire range, limit to limit.
limits.
Repair gate as needed.
Operator does not a) Check Open and Close command input LEDs a) Check all Open and Close inputs for a “stuck on” input
respond to a wired b) Stop button is active
b) Check Stop button is not “stuck on”
control/command
c)
Reset
button
is
stuck
c) Check Reset button
(example: Open,
d) If on battery power only, low or dead batteries d) Charges batteries by AC or solar power or replace batteries
Close, SBC, etc.)
e) Entrapment Protection Device active
e) Check all Entrapment Protection Device inputs for a “stuck on” sensor
f) Vehicle loop detector or vehicle probe active
f) Check all vehicle detector inputs for a “stuck on” detector
Operator does not a) Check XMITTER LED when wireless
a) Activate wireless control and check XMITTER LED is on. Re-learn wireless
control is active
respond to a
control/transmitter to control board. Replace wireless control as needed.
wireless control or b) Stop button is active
b) Check Stop button is not “stuck on”
transmitter
c) Reset button is stuck
c) Check Reset button
d) Poor radio reception
d) Check if similar wired control operates correctly. Check if wireless controls
works properly when within a few feet of operator. Check operator’s
antenna and antenna wire. Check other wireless controls or devices.
a) Control (Open, Close) becoming active
a) Check all Open and Close inputs for an active input
Gate stops during
travel and reverses b) Vehicle loop detector active
b) Check all vehicle detector inputs for an active detector
immediately.
c) Low battery voltage
c) Battery voltage must be 11.5 Vdc or higher. Charge batteries by AC or
solar power or replace batteries
Operator does not
run and error code
display not on.
a) No power to control board
b) Open fuse
c) If on battery power only, low or dead batteries
d) Defective control board
a) Reset switch is stuck
b) Stop button active or jumper not in place
for stop circuit
c) If on battery power only, low or dead batteries
d) Open or Close input active
e) Entrapment Protection Device active
f) Vehicle loop detector or probe active
g) Defective control board
a) Gate does not move to a limit position
b) Gate is too difficult to move
Gate opens, but
will not close with
transmitter or
Timer-to-Close.
a) Open control active
b) Vehicle loop detector active
c) Loss of AC power with AC FAIL set to
OPEN
d) Low battery with LOW BATT set to OPEN
e Fire Dept input active
f) Timer-to-Close not set
g) Close Entrapment Protection Device active
Gate closes, but
will not open.
a) Vehicle loop detector active
b) Low battery with LOW BATT option set to
CLOSE
a) Check all Open inputs for an active input
b) Check all vehicle detector inputs for an active detector
c) Check AC power and AC Fail option setting
d) Check if AC power is available. If no AC power, then running on batteries
and battery voltage must be 11.5 Vdc or higher. Charge batteries by AC or
solar power or replace batteries.
e) Check Fire Dept input
f) Check Timer-to-Close (TTC) setting
g) Check all Entrapment Protection Device inputs for an active sensor
a) Check all vehicle detector inputs for an active detector
b) Check if AC power is available. If no AC power, then running on batteries
and battery voltage must be 11.5 Vdc or higher. Charge batteries by AC or
solar power or replace batteries.
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SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Obstruction in
a) Force adjustment needed
gate's path does not
cause gate to stop
and reverse
a) Refer to the Adjustment section to conduct the obstruction test and perform
the proper force adjustment that is needed.
Photoelectric
sensor does not
stop or reverse
gate.
a) Incorrect photoelectric sensor wiring
b) Defective photoelectric sensor
a) Check photoelectric sensor wiring. Retest that obstructing photoelectric
sensor causes moving gate to stop, and may reverse direction.
b) Replace defective photoelectric sensor. Retest that obstructing photoelectric
sensor causes moving gate to stop, and may reverse direction.
Edge Sensor does
not stop or reverse
gate.
a) Incorrect edge sensor wiring
b) Defective edge sensor
a) Check edge sensor wiring. Retest that activating edge sensor causes moving
gate to stop and reverse direction.
b) Replace defective edge sensor. Retest that activating edge sensor causes
moving gate to stop and reverse direction.
Alarm sounds for 5
minutes or alarm
sounds with a
command.
a) Double entrapment occurred (two
obstructions within a single activation)
a) Check for cause of entrapment (obstruction) detection and correct. Press the
reset button to shut off alarm and reset the operator.
Alarm beeps three
times with a
command.
a) Low battery
a) Check if AC power is available. If no AC power, then running on batteries and
battery voltage must be 11.5 Vdc or higher. Charge batteries by AC or solar
power or replace batteries
On dual-gate
system, incorrect
gate opens first or
closes first.
a) Incorrect Bipart switch setting
a) Change setting of both operator’s Bipart switch settings. One operator
should have Bipart switch ON (operator that opens second) and the other
operator should have Bipart switch OFF (operator that opens first)
Alarm beeps when
running.
a) Expansion board setting
b) Constant pressure to open or close is
given
a) Pre-warning is set to "ON"
b) Constant pressure to open or closed is given
Maglock not
working correctly.
a) Maglock wired incorrectly
a) Check that Maglock is wired to N.C. and COM terminals. Check that Maglock
has power (do not power maglock from control board accessory power
terminals). If shorting lock’s NO and COM wires does not activate Maglock,
then replace Maglock or Maglock wiring (refer to Wiring Diagrams).
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART continued...
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Solenoid lock not working
correctly.
a) Solenoid wired incorrectly
a) Check that Solenoid is wired to N.O. and COM terminals. Check that
Solenoid has power (do not power solenoid from control board
accessory power terminals). If shorting lock’s NC and COM wires
does not activate Solenoid, then replace Solenoid lock or Solenoid
wiring (refer to Wiring Diagrams).
Switched (SW) Accessory
power remaining on.
a) In limit setup mode
a) Learn the limits
Accessories connected to
a) Normal behavior
Switch (SW) Accessory
power not working correctly,
turning off, or resetting.
a) Move accessory to accessory power "ON"
Accessories connected to
Accessory power not
working correctly, turning
off, or resetting.
a) Accessory power protector active
b) Defective control board
a) Disconnect all accessory powered devices and measure accessory
power voltage (should be 11.5 – 17.5 Vdc). If voltage is correct,
connect accessories one at a time, measuring accessory voltage after
every new connection.
b) Replace defective control board
Solar operator not getting
enough cycles per day
a) Insufficient panel wattage
a) Add more solar panels
b) Excessive accessory power draw
b) Reduce the accessory power draw by using LiftMaster low power
accessories
c) Old batteries
Solar operator, insufficient
standby time
d) Solar panels are not getting enough
sunlight
c) Replace batteries
a) Insufficient panel wattage
a) Add more solar panels
b) Excessive accessory power draw
b) Reduce the accessory power draw by using LiftMaster low power
accessories
d) Relocate the solar panels away from obstructions (trees, buildings,
etc.)
c) Battery capacity too low
c) Use batteries with higher amp hour (AH) rating
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APPENDIX
TYPES OF INSTALLATIONS
STANDARD INSTALLATION
The illustration is an example of a standard installation.
Gate Rail Stop
!
(Inside Property)
Gate Rail Stop
REAR INSTALLATION
The illustration is an example of a rear installation.
Gate Rail Stop
!
(Inside Property)
Gate Rail Stop
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APPENDIX
STEP 1
REAR INSTALLATION
DETERMINE LOCATION FOR CONCRETE
PAD AND OPERATOR
REAR INSTALLATION ONLY
4" (10 cm)
1. The gate operator should be installed near the front roller of the gate
or near the back of the gate (in the OPEN position). The space
between the gate and the output sprocket must be a minimum of 4
inches.
24"
(61 cm)
2. Lay out the concrete pad.
24" (61 cm)
STEP 3
ATTACH THE CHAIN
REAR INSTALLATION ONLY
5
DO NOT run the operator until instructed.
NOTE: This installation will require two extra idler pulleys. Make sure all
exposed pinch points are guarded. Refer to Gate Construction
Information on page 4.
4
1
3
1. Move the back pulley to the bottom hole in the operator.
2. Manually close the gate and align the bottom bracket so the chain will
be level with the bottom idler pulley and parallel to the ground. Weld
the bottom bracket in this position.
2
3. Align the top bracket so the chain will be level with the top idler pulley
and parallel to the ground. Weld the upper bracket in this position.
Idler Pulley MUST have safety cover.
4. Route the chain through the operator.
5. Connect the chain to the brackets using the eye bolt hardware. Chain
should not be too tight or have excessive slack.
The chain should have no more than 1 inch of sag for every 10 feet of
chain length.
Proceed to step 4 of the installation.
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APPENDIX
STEP 6
SOLAR PANEL(S)
NOT PROVIDED. SEE ACCESSORIES.
Solar Application requirements:
• A minimum of one 10W solar panel (Model SOLPNL10W12V).
• A maximum of three 10W solar panels in parallel (Model SOLPNL10W12V).
• Battery Harness (Model K94-37236).
• One 7AH battery or one 33AH battery
• A heater cannot be used with a solar application.
Disconnect the expansion board if it is not in use to improve performance. We recommend LiftMaster low power draw accessories to minimize power
draw, refer to accessory page. Use the tables below to see performance trade-offs. NOTE: Input solar power is 12 Vdc at 30 watts maximum.
The solar panel(s) must be located in an open area clear of obstructions and shading for the entire day. The gate operator is not supported in northern
climates where temperatures reach below -4˚F. This is due to cold weather and a reduced number of hours of sunlight during the winter months. Cycle
rate may vary from solar chart for areas that reach below 32˚F. Solar panels should be cleaned on a regular basis for best performance to ensure
proper operation.
SOLAR USAGE GUIDE
The RSL12VDC has best in class solar performance due to highly efficient electronics that draw very little power while the gate is not in use (standby).
Typical System Standby Battery
Current Consumption (mA)
System Configuration
4.2 mA
Main control board draw with no remote controls programmed
+1.5 mA
Low band radio receiver active (one or more wireless transmitters learned)
+3.9 mA
High band radio active (MyQ device programmed)
+18.5 mA
Expansion board (not provided)
+6.6 mA
Per loop detector (up to 3 loop detectors can be plugged into the expansion board)
This low current draw drastically increases the number of days the operator can remain in standby. To determine your system’s performance,
reference the above table and determine how many milliamps (mA) your system will draw from the batteries.
EXAMPLE 1: A system with only a main control board and one or more hand held remote controls programmed will draw 5.7 mA from the batteries
while the system is in standby (4.2 mA + 1.5 mA = 5.7 mA).
EXAMPLE 2: A system with only a main control board, one or more hand held remote controls programmed, and 20 mA of external accessories
connected to the main control board's accessory power output will draw 25.7 mA from the batteries while the system is in standby
(4.2 mA + 1.5 mA + 20 mA = 25.7 mA).
EXAMPLE 3: A system with a main control board, expansion board, two loop detectors, and one or more hand held remote controls programmed will
draw 18 mA from the batteries while the system is in standby (4.2 mA + 18.5 mA + 6.6 mA*2 +1.5 = 37.4 mA).
Operator performance with no sun or loss of AC power
BATTERY
CURRENT
DRAW (mA)
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
DAYS OF STANDBY
GATE CYCLES ON BATTERY
7AH battery
Two 7AH Batteries
33AH battery
7AH battery
Two 7AH Batteries
33AH battery
4.2
main control board only
85
171
180
114
281
710
5.7
remote controls programmed
63
126
180
114
281
710
9.6
remote controls and MyQ programmed
37
75
163
114
281
710
24.2
remote controls and expansion board
15
30
64
114
281
709
30.8
remote controls, expansion board, and one loop detector
12
23
51
114
281
709
remote controls, expansion board, and three loop detectors
8
16
35
114
280
709
50
7
14
31
114
280
709
60
6
12
26
114
280
709
80
4
9
19
114
280
708
100
4
7
16
114
279
708
200
300
500
2
1
1
4
2
1
8
5
3
113
112
110
278
276
273
705
703
698
44
All numbers are estimates. Actual results may vary.
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APPENDIX
STEP 6 continued...
SOLAR PANEL(S)
SOLAR USAGE GUIDE
SOLAR ZONES
3
NOT AVAILABLE
NOT AVAILABLE
3
2
1
2
1
1
SOLAR GATE CYCLES PER DAY
BATTERY
CURRENT DRAW
(mA)
5W SOLAR PANEL
10W SOLAR PANEL
20W SOLAR PANEL
30W SOLAR PANEL
6
25
30
40
60
6
25
30
50
100
6
25
30
100
200
6
25
30
100
200
ZONE 1
(6 Hrs sunlight/day)
ZONE 2
(4 Hrs Sunlight/day)
ZONE 3
(2 Hrs Sunlight/day)
7AH battery
Two 7AH
batteries
33AH battery
7AH battery
Two 7AH
batteries
33AH battery
7AH battery
Two 7AH
batteries
33AH battery
15
10
n/a
n/a
n/a
33
27
26
21
n/a
50
50
50
33
n/a
50
50
50
47
19
16
11
n/a
n/a
n/a
36
31
29
24
11
50
50
50
48
20
50
50
50
50
50
16
11
10
n/a
n/a
38
33
31
26
13
50
50
50
50
27
50
50
50
50
50
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
19
15
13
n/a
n/a
37
32
30
12
n/a
46
40
39
20
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
22
17
15
11
n/a
47
41
40
20
n/a
50
50
50
41
14
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
23
18
17
12
n/a
50
47
45
25
n/a
50
50
50
50
24
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
15
11
n/a
n/a
n/a
19
14
13
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
19
15
13
n/a
n/a
29
24
23
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
22
17
16
n/a
n/a
35
30
28
10
n/a
All numbers are estimates. Actual results may vary.
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APPENDIX
STEP 6 continued...
SOLAR PANEL(S)
The location of the panel(s) is critical to the success of the installation. In
general, the panel(s) should be mounted using the provided angle bracket
facing due south. Use a compass to determine direction. The solar
panel(s) should be mounted in an area clear of all obstructions and
shading from buildings and trees. If the panel(s) is not casting a shadow,
the battery is not being charged.
TIPS:
• Tall trees or buildings that do not shade the solar panel(s) in the
summer could shade the solar panel(s) during the winter months
when the sun sits lower in the sky.
• The area around the solar panel(s) should be clear of shadows or
obstructions to the sun for a 180° arc east to west.
• Wire runs should be kept as short as possible. The solar panel(s) can
be located up to 100 feet (30.48 m) from the operator using #16 AWG
wire in any direction, including elevating it.
•
DO NOT install solar panel near potential shading or obstructions that
will block the panel during any part of the day.
•
To optimize the system for winter operation the angle can be
increased an additional 15° (solar panel(s) sits more vertical).
Solar Panel
(Facing South)
Operator
South
180°
Sun’s Position
South
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APPENDIX
STEP 6 continued...
SOLAR PANEL(S)
INSTALL THE SOLAR PANEL
1. Position solar bracket on mounting surface. Mark and drill holes.
2. Insert two bolts into the track located on the back of the solar
panel(s).
3. Slide bolts in track away from bolt hole and align both bolts.
Mounting Surface
4. Secure solar panel(s) to solar bracket using two washered nuts.
5. Secure solar panel(s) assembly to mounting surface using appropriate
hardware.
Mounted Panel
Must Face South
Mounting Surface
WIRE THE SOLAR PANELS
33AH Battery
1. Locate the J15 plug on the control board and unplug it from the
control board (it will not be used).
2. Set the new 33AH battery in the operator.
–
3. Route the battery wires (the longer set of wires) from the J15 plug
(new wire harness) through the back of the electrical box. Connect
the red wire to the positive (+) terminal of the battery. Connect the
black wire to the negative (-) terminal of the battery.
J15 Plug
(new wire
harness, Model
K94-37236)
4. Connect the shorter red wire (+) from the J15 plug (new wire
harness) labeled DC Power to the red wire on the solar panel. Connect
the shorter black (-) wire from the J15 plug (new wire harness)
labeled DC Power to the black wire on the solar panel.
Black Wire (-)
Black Wire (-)
5. Plug the J15 plug (new wire harness) into the J15 input on the
control board. NOTE: You may see a small spark when plugging the
J15 plug into the board.
Diode
+
–
If necessary, connect additional 12V solar panels in parallel to achieve
the desired wattage (30W maximum).
Red Wire (+)
+
–
20W Solar panel
installation
Proceed to the Dual Gate section (if applicable) or proceed to the
Adjustment section.
30W Solar panel
installation
39
+
Red
Wire (+)
+
–
APPENDIX
DUAL GATE SETTINGS
NOTE: We recommend that all accessories and board configurations are set on the primary operator.
MAIN CONTROL BOARD
FEATURE
PRIMARY OPERATOR
SECONDARY OPERATOR
Timer-toClose
Set the TTC dial to desired
setting
OFF
Bi-Part Delay
Switch
Bi-Part Delay: ON (will
open last and close first)
Bi-Part Delay: OFF (will
open first and close last)
Tandem Mode: OFF
Tandem Mode: OFF
Synchronized Close: ON
Synchronized Close: ON
ACCESSORY
PRIMARY OPERATOR
Remote Controls Program remote
controls 1 to 50 to the
primary operator.
LiftMaster
Program to primary
Internet Gateway operator.
Garage and Gate Program to primary
Monitor
operator.
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SECONDARY OPERATOR
Program remote controls
51 to 100 to the
secondary operator
APPENDIX
LIMIT SETUP WITH A REMOTE CONTROL
To set the limits using a remote control, first you will need a 3-button remote control that has been programmed for OPEN, CLOSE, and STOP. Refer
to the Programming section.
INITIAL LIMITS AND FORCE ADJUSTMENT
ADJUST THE LIMITS
For dual gate applications the limits will have to be set for each
operator. The gate MUST be attached to the operator before setting the
limits and force.
If the limits have already been set the operator will exit the limit setting
mode after resetting each limit.
Ensure the gate is closed.
Set the Close Limit Only
1. Press and release the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons
simultaneously to enter limit setting mode.
1. Press and release the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons
simultaneously to enter limit setting mode.
2. Press and hold the OPEN or CLOSE button on the remote control until
the gate reaches the desired open position. The gate can be jogged
back and forth using the OPEN and CLOSE buttons on the remote
control.
2. Press and hold the CLOSE button on the remote control until the gate
reaches the desired close position. The gate can be jogged back and
forth using the OPEN and CLOSE buttons on the remote control.
3. Once the gate is in the desired close position, press and release the
STOP button on the remote control.
3. Once the gate is in the desired open position, press and release the
STOP button on the remote control.
4. Press and release the CLOSE button on the remote control again to
set the close limit.
4. Press and release the OPEN button on the remote control again to set
the open limit.
When the close limit is set properly the operator will automatically exit
limit setting mode.
5. Press and hold the CLOSE or OPEN button on the remote control until
the gate reaches the desired close position. The gate can be jogged
back and forth using the OPEN and CLOSE buttons on the remote
control.
6. Once the gate is in the desired close position, press and release the
STOP button on the remote control.
Set the Open Limit Only
7. Press and release the CLOSE button on the remote control again to
set the close limit.
1. Press and release the SET OPEN and SET CLOSE buttons
simultaneously to enter limit setting mode.
2. Press and hold the OPEN button on the remote control until the gate
reaches the desired open position. The gate can be jogged back and
forth using the OPEN and CLOSE buttons on the remote control.
8. Cycle the gate open and close. This automatically sets the force.
3. Once the gate is in the desired open position, press and release the
STOP button on the remote control.
When limits are set properly the operator will automatically exit limit
setting mode.
4. Press and release the OPEN button on the remote control again to set
the open limit.
When the open limit is set properly the operator will automatically exit
limit setting mode.
A
B
COM
LINK
3-Button Remote Control programmed for OPEN, CLOSE, and STOP
AC & BATT FAIL
BACKDRIVE
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WIRING DIAGRAM
To protect against fire and electrocution:
• DISCONNECT power and battery BEFORE installing or servicing
operator.
For continued protection against fire:
• Replace ONLY with fuse of same type and rating.
Antenna
ector Diagnostics
LOOPDETLM )
LED
Coaxial Antenna Cable
EXPLANATION
Normal Operation
CONTROL BOARD
Jumper Wire
ANTENNA
+
+
nks
or OFF
nks
or OFF
nks
ult)
+
Open Loop
N.C.
+
Shorted Loop
+
Failed
Authentication
-
s
Successful Reset
-
nks
Loop detector is in
TEST or PROG mode
-
Photoelectric Sensors
+
-
Edge
+
Photoelectric Sensors
Edge
+
A
Primary/Secondary link
to other gate operator
B
COM
LINK
Active Loop
Shielded
Twisted
Pair Cable
J25
Black
Red
To J25
Ground the shield of the
cable to the chassis ground
of each operator.
Yellow
AC & BATT FAIL
BACKDRIVE
Black
Blue
Red
Transformer
Black
Black
Blocking
Diode
Red
White
Black
White
Product ID
Red
Black
Red
12V 7AH Battery
Piezo Alarm
Red
To Pin 2
-
To Pin 1
To Pin 6
+
-
Run
+
To Pin 5
One, two, or three 10W Solar Panels wired
in parallel (30W maximum)
Stop/Reset
APS Encoder
Reset Switch
Red
Accessory Power
Outlets
1/8 HP 12 Vdc Motor
EXPANSION BOARD
(Optional)
Black
TO MAIN
BOARD
Heater
OPEN
CLOSE
Green
POWER
1
EYE
ONLY
2
EYE/
EDGE
3
EYE/
EDGE
EYE
EDGE OR EYE
EDGE OR EYE
COM
GND
N
L
L
N
GND
SBC
OPN
CLS
N.C.
Field Wiring
White
Loop
Detector
STP
COM
Input Power Connection
SHADOW INTERUPT
Jumper Wire
EXIT
Field Wiring
Wire Loop
Wire Loop
Wire Loop
Field Wiring
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WARNING: See Installation Manual
regarding maintenance and required
safety testing prior to servicing.
Field Wiring
+
REPAIR PARTS
INDIVIDUAL PARTS
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
NOT SHOWN
1
K73-37060
Chassis
29-NP712
Battery, 7AH, 12 Vdc
2
K13-37061
Operator Cover with labels
K74-30762
Two 7AH batteries
3
K76-34697-3
APS Encoder, 12V
K94-37267
Battery Harness (for 7AH batteries)
4
K16-GT2-9
Timing Belt, 3M
K94-37236
Battery Harness (for 33AH batteries)
5
K17-37318
Gear Reducer Pulley and Motor
Pulley
K1A6408
APE Assembly with plastic tray,
RPM board with mounting hardware
6
K15-41B16GKEH
Output Sprocket
K94-37259
Wiring Harness with product ID
7
K32-34701-5
Gear Reducer
1941240D
#41 Chain (10 feet)
8
K76-37251
Plug-in Transformer
1950307
#41 Master Link
9
K1D8059-1CC
Main Board with heat sink
K77-36764
10
K76-37016
120V receptacle assembly
11
K77-36541
Antenna
Hardware: Chain Eye-bolts with
Nuts, Chain Bracket (2), Crank
Handle
12
K76-37253
Motor, 1/8 HP, 12 Vdc
Q003
Chain Bolt
13
K77-37319
Electrical Box
14
K180A0357
Reset Switch
15
K76-37298
Alarm with harness
16
K13-34729
Dust Guard
17
Q013
Idler Pulley with hardware
43
REPAIR PARTS
3
15
4
5
12
14
7
6
17
11
9
1
13
10
8
2
16
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ACCESSORIES
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES
MISCELLANEOUS
PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS (MONITORED,
NON-CONTACT)
The photoelectric sensors are designed to detect an
obstacle in the path of the electronic beam and
stop the operator. Includes mounting brackets.
Models CPS-UN4 and CPS-RPEN4GM (LiftMaster
low power accessory)
REMOTE ANTENNA EXTENSION KIT
The remote antenna extension kit allows the
antenna to be remotely installed.
Model 86LM
COMMERCIAL ACCESS CONTROL RECEIVER
VEHICLE DETECTION DEVICES
Access control receiver for up to 1,000 devices
(any combination of remote controls and wireless
keyless entries).
PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS (NON-MONITORED,
NON-CONTACT)
The photoelectric sensors are designed to detect an
obstacle in the path of the electronic beam and
stop the operator. Includes mounting brackets.
Models AOMRON E3K-R10K4-NR (retro-reflective)
and RETROAB 60-2728 (retro-reflective)
Model STAR1000
PLUG-IN LOOP DETECTOR
Conveniently plugs into existing control board.
Model LOOPDETLM
SENSING EDGE (2-WIRE, NON-MONITORED,
CONTACT)
Sensing edges can detect an obstacle upon contact
and stop the operator.
Models G65MG0204, G65MG0205, G65MGR205,
and G65MGS205
SENSING EDGE CHANNEL
Mounting channel for all MG020 type edges.
Model G65ME120C5
LOOP DETECTOR
Low power loop detectors mounted and wired
separately inside control box. LiftMaster low power
accessory.
Model LD7LP
VEHICLE SENSING PROBE
REMOTE CONTROLS
The vehicle sensing probe is buried in the ground
and can detect a car as it approaches and will then
open the gate.
LiftMaster offers a variety of LiftMaster remote controls to satisfy your
application needs. Single-button to 4-button, visor or key chain. The
following remote controls are compatible with operators manufactured by
LiftMaster after 1993. Contact your authorized LiftMaster dealer for
additional details and options.
Model CP3
SOLAR PANEL KIT - 10 WATT
This kit is to replace or add a solar panel to the
operator application. Up to three solar panels can
be connected to the operator in parallel
configuration.
Model SOLPNL10W12V
3-BUTTON REMOTE CONTROL
The 3-button remote control can be programmed
to control the operator. Includes visor clip.
Model 893MAX
3-BUTTON MINI-REMOTE CONTROL
MAGNETIC GATE LOCK
The 3-button remote control can be programmed
to control the operator. Includes key ring and
fastening strip.
Outdoor magnetic lock, transformer, junction box,
mounting plate and hardware. Not for use with
Solar Applications. Must be powered separately.
Model 890MAX
Model MG1300
KEYLESS ENTRY
HEATER
Enables homeowner to operate gate operator from
outside by entering a 4-digit code on a specially
designed keypad.
Keeps operator gearbox and batteries at suitable
temperature when outside temperature is below
0°F (-18°C) for extended periods of time.
Model 877MAX
Model HTR
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ACCESSORIES
MISCELLANEOUS
BATTERIES
Gate access system batteries replace or upgrade the gate operator
batteries. One 12 Vdc battery is required for each gate operator. Do not
mix 7AH and 33AH batteries within a gate operator.
LIFTMASTER INTERNET GATEWAY
®
Internet enabled accessory which connects to the
computer and allows you to monitor and control
gate operators and lighting accessories enabled by
MyQ® technology.
Model 828LM
7AH BATTERIES
Standard 7 AMP-Hour Battery, 12 Vdc, to replace
original battery provided with operator. Reuse
existing harnesses.
Models 29-NP712 (1) and K74-30762 (2)
33AH BATTERIES
Upgrade 33 AMP-Hour Battery, 12 Vdc. Ideal for
solar applications.
Model A12330SGLPK
33AH BATTERY HARNESS
Required for 33AH applications.
Model K94-37236
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WARRANTY
THREE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
LiftMaster warrants to the first purchaser of this product, for the structure in which this product is originally installed, that it is free from defect in
materials and/or workmanship for a period of THREE years from the date of purchase. The proper operation of this product is dependent on your
compliance with the instructions regarding installation, operation, maintenance and testing. Failure to comply strictly with those instructions will void
this limited warranty in its entirety.
If, during the limited warranty period, this product appears to contain a defect covered by this limited warranty, call 1-800-528-2806, toll free, before
dismantling this product. Then send this product, pre-paid and insured, to our service center for warranty repair. You will be advised of shipping
instructions when you call. Please include a brief description of the problem and a dated proof-of purchase receipt with any product returned for
warranty repair. Products returned to Seller for warranty repair, which upon receipt by Seller are confirmed to be defective and covered by this limited
warranty, will be repaired or replaced (at Seller’s sole option) at no cost to you and returned pre-paid. Defective parts will be repaired or replaced with
new or factory-rebuilt parts at Seller’s sole option.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
AND NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES WILL EXIST OR APPLY AFTER SUCH PERIOD. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER NON-DEFECT DAMAGE, DAMAGE
CAUSED BY IMPROPER INSTALLATION, OPERATION OR CARE (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ABUSE, MISUSE, FAILURE TO PROVIDE
REASONABLE AND NECESSARY MAINTENANCE, UNAUTHORIZED REPAIRS OR ANY ALTERATIONS TO THIS PRODUCT), LABOR CHARGES FOR
REINSTALLING A REPAIRED OR REPLACED UNIT, OR REPLACEMENT OF BATTERIES.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY PROBLEMS WITH, OR RELATING TO, THE GATE OR GATE HARDWARE, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO THE GATE SPRINGS, GATE ROLLERS, GATE ALIGNMENT OR HINGES. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ALSO DOES NOT COVER
ANY PROBLEMS CAUSED BY INTERFERENCE. ANY SERVICE CALL THAT DETERMINES THE PROBLEM HAS BEEN CAUSED BY ANY OF THESE
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