DYNACO
Technical Manual
Door Model M2
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
October 2005
Issue 1
Title
Page
Chapter 1:
Before You Begin ...................................................................................................................1
1.1. Safety ...............................................................................................................................................1
1.1.1.
Hazard Standards ...........................................................................................................1
1.1.2.
Installation Precautions ...................................................................................................1
1.1.3.
Operation Precautions ....................................................................................................2
1.1.4.
Maintenance Precautions................................................................................................2
1.1.5.
Electrical Precautions......................................................................................................2
1.2. Installation Tools ..............................................................................................................................3
1.3. Pre-installation Build-out ..................................................................................................................3
1.4. Unpack the Door ..............................................................................................................................4
1.5. M2 Manifest......................................................................................................................................5
Chapter 2:
Mechanical Installation..........................................................................................................6
2.1. Introduction.......................................................................................................................................6
2.2. Assemble the Door...........................................................................................................................7
2.3. Mount the Door ................................................................................................................................9
2.4. Install the Curtain ...........................................................................................................................12
2.5. Install the Counterweight................................................................................................................14
2.6. Mount the Control Box and Photo Eyes.........................................................................................16
2.7. Connect Pneumatic Tube...............................................................................................................17
Chapter 3:
DYNALOGIX (DY2000) .........................................................................................................19
3.1. Specifications .................................................................................................................................19
3.1.1.
Controls .........................................................................................................................19
3.1.2.
Messages ......................................................................................................................21
3.2. Electrical Installation ......................................................................................................................22
3.2.1.
Make the Primary Connections .....................................................................................23
3.2.2.
Make the Encoder Connections ....................................................................................26
3.2.3.
Run Wire for Accessories..............................................................................................27
3.2.4.
Power the Door .............................................................................................................28
3.3. Final Checks and Verification ........................................................................................................29
3.3.1.
Set the Door Limits........................................................................................................29
3.3.2.
Verify the Rotation of the Motor ....................................................................................32
3.3.3.
Adjust the Photocell Sensitivity .....................................................................................33
3.3.4.
Adjust Reversing Edge Detector Sensitivity..................................................................34
3.3.5.
Install and Test Activation Accessories.........................................................................35
3.3.6.
Set Automatic Timers ....................................................................................................35
3.3.7.
Set Close Timer 14........................................................................................................36
3.3.8.
Set Close Timer 11 & 12 ...............................................................................................37
3.3.9.
Set the Open and Close Run Timers ...........................................................................39
3.3.10.
Install Covers.................................................................................................................40
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3.3.11.
Set Photo-Eye Disable Position.................................................................................... 41
Chapter 4:
Chapter 4: DYNALOGIX II (DY 4000)................................................................................. 43
4.1. Specifications................................................................................................................................. 43
4.1.1.
Controls......................................................................................................................... 44
4.1.2.
Messages...................................................................................................................... 45
4.2. Electrical Installation ...................................................................................................................... 46
4.2.1.
Make the Primary Connections..................................................................................... 46
4.2.2.
Make the Encoder Connections ................................................................................... 49
4.2.3.
Run Wire for Accessories ............................................................................................. 50
4.2.4.
Power the Door ............................................................................................................. 51
4.3. Final Checks and Verification ........................................................................................................ 52
4.3.1.
Set the Door Limits ....................................................................................................... 52
4.3.2.
Install and Test Activation Accessories ........................................................................ 58
4.3.3.
Set Automatic Timers ................................................................................................... 59
4.3.4.
Set the MC/PB Timer .................................................................................................... 60
4.3.5.
Set the AC/LOOP Timer ............................................................................................... 61
4.3.6.
Install Covers ................................................................................................................ 62
Chapter 5:
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 63
5.1. Troubleshooting Techniques ......................................................................................................... 63
5.2. Symptoms ...................................................................................................................................... 63
5.3. LED Reference .............................................................................................................................. 63
5.4. Manual Operation .......................................................................................................................... 64
Appendix A: Optional Door Mounting Techniques ................................................................................ 65
A.1. Mount the Door .............................................................................................................................. 65
A.2. Mounting the Door with a Fore Frame........................................................................................... 65
Appendix B: Radio Frequency Remote Control Installation ................................................................. 67
B.1. Radio-Frequency Remote Control (RXU)...................................................................................... 67
B.2. Technical Characteristics .............................................................................................................. 67
B.3. Installing the Receiver ................................................................................................................... 67
B.4. Monostable Programming Instructions.......................................................................................... 68
B.5. Timer – Channel 1 ......................................................................................................................... 68
B.6. Timer – Channel 2 ......................................................................................................................... 70
B.7. Bistable Programming Instructions................................................................................................ 71
B.7.1.
Programming 1 Channel............................................................................................... 71
B.7.2.
Programming 2 Channel............................................................................................... 71
Appendix C: Falcon Motion Sensor Installation..................................................................................... 73
C.1. Specifications................................................................................................................................. 73
C.2. Installation Summary ..................................................................................................................... 74
Appendix D: Vehicle Loop Detector......................................................................................................... 75
D.1. Specifications................................................................................................................................. 75
D.2. Installation...................................................................................................................................... 75
Appendix E:
DYNACO Control Box Power Requirements .................................................................... 77
Appendix F: Square-D Frequency Inverter Specifications.................................................................... 79
F.1. Frequency Inverters....................................................................................................................... 79
F.2. ALTIVAR 58 Specifications ........................................................................................................... 79
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F.3.
F.4.
ALTIVAR 11 Specifications ............................................................................................................81
ALTIVAR 31 Specifications ............................................................................................................83
Appendix G: Curtain Material Specifications ..........................................................................................87
G.1. Curtain Material..............................................................................................................................87
G.2. Curtain Composition.......................................................................................................................87
G.3. Hazard Identification ......................................................................................................................88
G.4. Acute and Chronic Health Hazards................................................................................................88
G.5. First Aid ..........................................................................................................................................88
G.6. Fire Fighting ...................................................................................................................................89
G.7. Accidental Release ........................................................................................................................89
G.8. Handling and Storage ....................................................................................................................89
G.9. Other Precautions ..........................................................................................................................90
G.10.
Exposure Controls and Personal Protection ..............................................................................90
G.11.
Physical and Chemical Properties .............................................................................................91
G.12.
Stability and Reactivity ...............................................................................................................92
G.13.
Toxicological Information............................................................................................................92
G.14.
Environmental Information .........................................................................................................92
G.15.
Disposal Considerations ............................................................................................................92
G.16.
Transportation Information .........................................................................................................92
G.17.
Regulation Information ...............................................................................................................92
G.18.
Miscellaneous.............................................................................................................................93
Appendix H: Photocell Specifications .....................................................................................................95
H.1. Photoelectric Cell with Transmitter-Receiver .................................................................................95
H.2. Transmitter/Receiver Specifications ..............................................................................................95
H.3. Amplifier Specifications ..................................................................................................................96
Appendix I:
Recommended Quarterly Maintenance .............................................................................97
Index ................................................................................................................................................................99
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Figure 2-1: Measuring the Door ........................................................................................................................ 6
Figure 2-2: Attaching the Side-guides ............................................................................................................... 7
Figure 2-3: Securing the Side-guides................................................................................................................ 7
Figure 2-4: Aligning the Inner Guide ................................................................................................................. 8
Figure 2-5: Placing the Head Assembly on the Forks....................................................................................... 8
Figure 2-6: Tilting the Door................................................................................................................................ 9
Figure 2-7: Placing the Unit Against Door Opening .......................................................................................... 9
Figure 2-8: Temporarily Attaching the Door .................................................................................................... 10
Figure 2-9: Level and Plumb the Door ............................................................................................................ 10
Figure 2-10: Inside Dimension Measurements ............................................................................................... 11
Figure 2-11: Anchoring the Door ..................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 2-12: Feeding the Curtain .................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 2-13: Move Curtain through Drive ........................................................................................................ 13
Figure 2-14: Wind Belt on Shaft ...................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 2-15: Counterweight Pulley .................................................................................................................. 14
Figure 2-16: Attach Counterweight.................................................................................................................. 15
Figure 2-17: Photo Eyes.................................................................................................................................. 16
Figure 2-18: Pneumatic Tube on Drum Shaft.................................................................................................. 17
Figure 2-19: Pneumatic Tube Connection in Control Box............................................................................... 17
Figure 3-1: DYNALOGIX Controls................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 3-2: Power Connections in Control Box ............................................................................................... 23
Figure 3-3: Ground Connection on Terminal Block......................................................................................... 23
Figure 3-4: Motor Wire Connections on Terminal Block ................................................................................. 24
Figure 3-5: Photo Eye Connections on Terminal Block .................................................................................. 24
Figure 3-6: 11 Pin Socket for Photo Eye Amplifier .......................................................................................... 25
Figure 3-7: Wiring the Green Connector ......................................................................................................... 26
Figure 3-8: Insertion Point for Green Connector ............................................................................................. 27
Figure 3-9: Main Disconnect............................................................................................................................ 28
Figure 3-10: Dynacoder with Limit & Programming Buttons ........................................................................... 29
Figure 3-11: Re-introduction Point and Upper Limit........................................................................................ 31
Figure 3-12: Connections for Motor Wires on Terminal Block ........................................................................ 32
Figure 3-13: Photocell Amplifier ...................................................................................................................... 33
Figure 3-14: Pneumatic Sensor with Adjustment Screw ................................................................................. 34
Figure 3-15: Auto Close Timer Setting ............................................................................................................ 36
Figure 3-16: Raise/Lower Countdown Timer .................................................................................................. 36
Figure 3-17: Auto Close Timer Setting ............................................................................................................ 37
Figure 3-18: Raise/Lower Countdown Timer .................................................................................................. 37
Figure 3-19: Auto Close Option Button ........................................................................................................... 38
Figure 3-20: Auto Close Timer Setting ............................................................................................................ 39
Figure 3-21: Raise/Lower Countdown Timer .................................................................................................. 39
Figure 3-22: Raise/Lower Door ....................................................................................................................... 41
Figure 3-23: Raise/Lower Door ....................................................................................................................... 41
Figure 4-1: DYNALOGIX II Controls and Connections ................................................................................... 44
Figure 4-2: Power Connections in Control Box ............................................................................................... 46
Figure 4-3: Ground Connection on Terminal Block......................................................................................... 47
Figure 4-4: Motor Wire Connections on Terminal Block ................................................................................. 47
Figure 4-5: Photo Eye Connections on Terminal Block .................................................................................. 48
Figure 4-6: 11 Pin Socket for Photo Eye Amplifier .......................................................................................... 48
Figure 4-7: Wiring the Green Connector ......................................................................................................... 49
Figure 4-8: Insertion Point for Green Connector ............................................................................................. 50
Figure 4-9: Main Disconnect............................................................................................................................ 51
Figure 4-10: DYNALOGIX II Program Mode ................................................................................................... 53
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Figure 4-11: ENTER Button .............................................................................................................................54
Figure 4-12: JOG DOWN Button .....................................................................................................................55
Figure 4-13: Scroll Through Menu ...................................................................................................................56
Figure 4-15: Menu Button ................................................................................................................................57
Figure 4-16: Accessory Inputs .........................................................................................................................58
Figure 4-17: RUN TIMERS buttons .................................................................................................................59
Figure 4-18: Adjust Countdown Time ..............................................................................................................59
Figure 4-19: Adjust Countdown Time ..............................................................................................................60
Figure 4-21: AC/LOOP Close Timer ................................................................................................................61
Figure 4-22: Change Setting............................................................................................................................62
Figure 5-1: Move Curtain through Drive ..........................................................................................................64
Figure A-1: Door Mounting Using a Fore Frame .............................................................................................65
Figure A-2: Wall Mounting Techniques............................................................................................................66
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Table 3-1: DYNALOGIX Controls ....................................................................................................................20
Table 3-2: DYNALOGIX Messages .................................................................................................................21
Table 4-1: DYNOLOGIX II Messages ..............................................................................................................45
Table 5-1: Door Operation Symptoms .............................................................................................................63
Table 5-2: Dynacoder LED Indicator Key ........................................................................................................63
Table B-1: Remote Control Technical Characteristics.....................................................................................67
Table B-2: Monostable Remote Control Switches ..........................................................................................68
Table B-3: Channel 1 Timer Settings...............................................................................................................69
Table B-4: Channel 2 Timer Settings...............................................................................................................70
Table E-1: Control Box Power Requirements.................................................................................................77
Table F-1: ALTIVAR 58 Fault Codes ...............................................................................................................79
Table F-2: ALTIVAR 58 Technical Specifications............................................................................................80
Table F-3: ALTIVAR 11 Fault Codes ...............................................................................................................81
Table F-4: SquALTIVAR 11 Technical Specifications .....................................................................................82
Table F-5: ALTIVAR 31 Fault Codes ...............................................................................................................83
Table F-6: ALTIVAR 31 Technical Specifications............................................................................................85
Table G-1: Curtain Material Specifications ......................................................................................................87
Table G-2: Curtain Composition ......................................................................................................................87
Table G-3: Health Effects.................................................................................................................................88
Table G-4: First Aid Treatments.......................................................................................................................88
Table G-5: Fire Fighting Specifications............................................................................................................89
Table G-6: Exposure Controls and Personal Protection..................................................................................90
Table G-7: Physical and Chemical Properties .................................................................................................91
Table H-1: Transmitter/Receiver Specifications ..............................................................................................95
Table H-2: Photocell Amplifier LED indicator Key ..........................................................................................95
Table H-3: Transmitter/Receiver Specifications ..............................................................................................96
Table I-1: Quarterly Maintenance List..............................................................................................................97
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Chapter 1 • Before You Begin
Chapter 1:
Before You Begin
1.1. Safety
1.1.1. Hazard Standards
Throughout this manual you will see a label that indicates situations during the
installation process that pose risks to installers and/or equipment.
Warning: Installation technicians may be exposed to injury from electrical
components.
Caution: Damage to equipment is possible.
The mechanical and electrical components of the door may have posted warning
and caution information as well. These will typically include the following symbols
indicating the type of risk and precaution to be taken.
The Warning sign indicates a danger of severe physical harm or
death. The symbol includes specific information regarding the
risk such as “High Voltage” or “Keep Hands Clear”.
The Caution sign indicates safe operating procedures. Failure to
comply with the procedure may result in injury or damaged
equipment. The sign will include procedural text such as “Lock
Out for Safety” or “Lookout for Forklifts.”
1.1.2. Installation Precautions
Only certified DYNACO door installers may install DYNACO doors. Always use of
the proper tools, procedures, and techniques when installing your DYNACO door.
Installation of the DYNACO door requires the assistance of qualified electricians
and forklift operators. Installation contractors should ensure that those
participating in the installation process have received the appropriate training and
certification required to complete the installation.
Installation performed by untrained technicians may result in injury and/or damage
to equipment.
Note: Failure to follow the instructions found in this manual may result in an
inoperable door and void its warrantee. Installation by unauthorized persons may
also void the warrantee
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1.1.3. Operation Precautions
The following precautions should be taken when operating DYNACO doors.
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Read this manual prior to operating DYNACO doors.
Keep the control box closed while operating the door.
Keep all safety features such as covers and safety warnings visible and
readable at all times. Observe all safety warnings and procedures.
Avoid contact with all chains, bearings and other moving parts during
activation of the door.
1.1.4. Maintenance Precautions
The following precautions should be taken when performing maintenance on
DYNACO doors.
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Only certified personnel should perform maintenance on DYNACO doors.
Maintenance performed by untrained technicians may result in injury and/or
damage to equipment.
Note: Service performed by unauthorized persons may void the DYNACO
Door warrantee.
Only use DYNACO Factory Direct replacement parts. All door parts are
engineered specifically for use within the door.
Return the door to the original factory condition when maintenance is
complete. Take extra care to ensure that all safety features are restored to
their original condition.
Observe all electrical precautions.
1.1.5. Electrical Precautions
Electrical shock can be deadly. Take extreme care when performing installation
and maintenance task on the electrical components of the door. Following the
precautions listed below.
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All electrical parts used to install or repair DYNACO doors must be UL
approved.
Lock out and tag electrical components in accordance with OSHA regulations
and approved electrical codes prior to performing maintenance. Lock out is
required for service or maintenance on all mechanical and electrical
components including performance of the following tasks.
o Removal of covers, side guides, motor, limits, and other protective
devices.
o Inspection of the door.
o Inspection or maintenance of the Control Box.
o Maintenance or repair of the opening commands.
Disconnect the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), if present, when
performing maintenance. Refer to the UPS manual for information on
disconnecting the UPS.
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Take special care when addressing frequency inverter failure modes. The
frequency inverter stops the door when it senses voltage loss, phase differences,
and thermal overload. This stops the door from further operation, but does not
disconnect the power. Observe the following precautions related to the frequency
inverter.
o Keep the frequency inverter cover closed at all times.
o Disconnect the main power supply, wait 15 minutes, and reconnect the
power supply after resolving frequency inverter failure modes.
o Disconnect power and proceed with lock out procedures to perform
service after the frequency inverter has stopped the door.
1.2. Installation Tools
You will need the following tools to complete the installation of your DYNACO
door successfully.
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1 water level
2 ladders
1 wire stripper
3 clamps
1 set of screw-drivers
1 grinder
1 tape measure
1 utility knife
1 circuit tester V.O.M.
1 punch
1 hammer drill
1 threaded rod
1 universal pliers
1 set of Allen keys (metric/US)
1.3. Pre-installation Build-out
Ensure that the doorframe has the necessary structural support, such as a fore
frame or build out before you begin. See Appendix A: Optional Door Mounting
Techniques for optional build-out techniques.
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1.4. Unpack the Door
The door should be unpacked immediately before installing the door.
1. Carefully unpack each item and check it off on the following manifest.
2. Arrange the head assembly and the side guides on the floor, as close to the
door opening as reasonably possible making sure that the head assembly is
closest to the door opening. (This makes it easier to lift and mount the door
with a forklift.)
1.5.
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M2 Manifest
Check off each item on the manifest, complete and sign the manifest, and fax this
page to DYNACO at (800) 459-1930. This is necessary to validate the
warranty.
Inspect the crate for damage before you begin unpacking. If damaged, do
not sign-off on the shipment. Call the shipper and DYNACO within 24 Hours!
Standard Components
Door serial number (located in the Control Box and
on the side guides) matches order.
Head Unit
2 Side-Guides
Factory installed covers (You will need to
disassemble these before you can mount the door.)
Be sure to place these items in a secure place.
Installation of these items occurs after the door is
properly mounted, secured to the wall, and finalized.
Install these accessories one at a time. Make sure that
you test the functionality of each accessory after you
have installed it before moving on to the next accessory.
Pull Cord
Push Button
Control Box
Motion Sensor
Counterweight
Accessory Box (with factory packing list)
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Optional Accessories
Motor Key
Side-Guide Attachment Bolts
Counterweight Attachment Hardware
Pneumatic Tube
Magnetic Loop Activator
Remote Control
Other __________________________
I have visually confirmed each of the above items was received in good condition.
Door Serial Number ________________________________
Name
Company
Phone
Address
Date
City, State and Zip
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Chapter 2 • Mechanical Installation
Chapter 2:
Mechanical Installation
2.1. Introduction
Complete any additional structure support for the doorframe before you
begin assembling the door. To ease the installation of the door, you may
find it desirable to use a fore frame, particularly where the mounting wall
is substantially out of true and plumb. See Appendix A: Optional Door
Mounting Techniques for information on alternative door mounting
techniques.
Remember to verify the door measurements. For the most accurate
measurements, measure the width of the door just above the
reintroduction points located on each side. See Figure 2-1.
1. Measure the height and width of the door opening.
2. Compare these measurements to the width of the head assembly.
Figure 2-1: Measuring the Door
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2.2. Assemble the Door
1. Clear the door mounting area of all obstructions.
2. Attach the side guides to the head assembly. See Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2: Attaching the Side-guides
3. Secure the side guides to the header unit with the bolts, nuts and
washers. See Figure 2-3.
Note: Tighten the hold-down screws first.
Figure 2-3: Securing the Side-guides
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4. Align the inner guide with the re-introduction points to assure a
straight path for the curtain to travel. See Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-4: Aligning the Inner Guide
5. Tighten the top stud with the lock nut when the path is achieved.
6. Place the head assembly of door of the forklift, ensuring that the
forks are beneath the u-profile. See Figure 2-5.
Caution: Strap the head unit to the forks to ensure that it does not
slip from the forks while you are raising it.
Figure 2-5: Placing the Head Assembly on the Forks
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7. Lift the door with the forklift. The door will tilt to a vertical position as
you lift the forks as in Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-6: Tilting the Door
Caution: Clear area of obstructions. The frame drags along the ground
and may be snagged or damaged during installation.
2.3. Mount the Door
1. Place the unit against the door opening while checking the levels
(drum, struts and side posts). See Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-7: Placing the Unit Against Door Opening
Note: Do not permanently secure the door yet. You must first
ensure the door is level (true horizontal) and plum (true vertical).
2. Temporarily attach the door with clamps or some other secure
method. See Figure 2-8.
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Figure 2-8: Temporarily Attaching the Door
3. Using a level, check each side of the door opening for level and
plum. See Figure 2- 9.
Figure 2-9: Level and Plumb the Door
4. If necessary shim the low side of the opening where the side guide
of the door will be positioned.
5. Continue to adjust the doors until it is absolutely plumb and level.
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6. Measure the inside dimension <W> between the two side-guides
ensuring that it is the same at the top, middle and bottom. See
Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-10: Inside Dimension Measurements
7. Permanently anchor the door in the following order. See Figure 2-11.
a. Head Unit Mounting Points
b. Side-Rail Mounting Brackets
Figure 2-11: Anchoring the Door
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2.4. Install the Curtain
1. Remove protective shipping material from the curtain.
2. With one person at each end of the door, loosen the curtain from the
roll-up drum and position the first tooth at each side within the drive
mechanism.
Note: For best results use two people to complete this procedure.
Figure 2-12: Feeding the Curtain
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3. Insert the ratchet and key into the drive motor fan opening. See
Figure 2-13.
Figure 2-13: Move Curtain through Drive
4. While holding moderate pressure to each zipper, rotate the drive
motor backwards slowly to push the zipper back and slip the first
tooth of each zipper into the next tooth of the drive gears.
5. Reverse direction of the ratchet and rotate the drive motor until the
last tooth on booth sides of the curtain are even with the
reintroduction point.
Caution: Do not leave the door unattended without the
counterweight installed. Until you install the counterweight, there is
risk of the curtain slowly unraveling onto the floor.
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2.5. Install the Counterweight
1.
Ensure the curtain is in the up position.
2.
Locate the pre-assembled belt on the rollup drum shaft.
3.
Unroll the belt until 2" remain on the shaft. See Figure 2-14.
Figure 2-14: Wind Belt on Shaft
4.
Pass the belt behind the Counter-weight Pulley without twisting it.
See Figure 2-15.
Figure 2-15: Counterweight Pulley
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5.
Securely support the counterweight at 20 inches above
the floor. (The counterweight may be lower depending on door size).
6.
Attach the belt to the counterweight with the hardware provided. See
Figure 2-16.
Figure 2-16: Attach Counterweight
7.
Manually lower the door to verify that travel of the counterweight is
unobstructed.
8.
Remove any excess belt.
9.
Verify that the weight is mounted straight vertically and at an angle.
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2.6. Mount the Control Box and Photo Eyes
Caution: Run conduit and cables into the bottom of the Control Box
only! Do not drill into the side or top of the Control Box. Doing so will void
the warranty! (If you are running conduit, place the motor cable in its own
conduit.)
1. Mount the Control Box on the motor side of the door, approximately
5’ 3” above the floor level. See Figure 2-17.
1. Run the conduit as appropriate.
2. Mount the photo eyes in the pre-drilled holes in the side guides
(located approximately 12” from the floor). See Figure 2-17.
Caution: Ensure that the photo eye is flush with the inside
attachment nut and does not project into the side rail.
Figure 2-17: Photo Eyes
Note 1: If more than one pair of photo eyes is used, do not install
two transmitters on the same side.
Note 2: The photo eyes emit a low frequency pulsed signal. They
must be clean and directly aligned for proper operation.
Note 3: The photo eyes will not line up if the side guides are not
plum and level.
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2.7. Connect Pneumatic Tube
1. Connect the pneumatic tube at the drum. See Figure 2-18.
Figure 2-18: Pneumatic Tube on Drum Shaft
2. Connect the pneumatic tube to the press-in fitting within the Control
Box. See Figure 2-19.
Figure 2-19: Pneumatic Tube Connection in Control Box
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Chapter 3 • DYNALOGIX (DY2000)
Chapter 3:
DYNALOGIX (DY2000)
3.1. Specifications
The DYNALOGIX (DY2000) monitors all operations of the door. You use
this device to:
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Define the automatic close timers,
Monitor and troubleshoot the input connections,
Interpret and correct any malfunctions or alarms.
Note: The door will not run until the DYNALOGIX display reads rEAdy.
3.1.1. Controls
Figure 3-1 illustrates the controls located on the DYNALOGIX control
box.
Power
1
24 VAC
2
24 VAC Neutral
3
GND
5
Internal Connection
to 1 (24 VAC)
Door Open
6
Door Close
7
Out 1
4
Output
8
OLS
9
CLS
P
O
W
E
R
O
U
T
P
U
T
Message
Display
and
Cycle
Counter
10
11
Front Panel PB
12
Pull Cord / PB
JOG
13
Inputs
14
Motion / Loop
15
Photocell
Reset
JOG
16
19
Reversing Edge I
N
P
U
T
20
Open PB
21
Close PB
17
Drive Error
18
COnnECt
Ort O
Crt O
E StOP
dr Err
EdGE
Stop / Reset
In 1
25
26
In 2
27
E - Stop
28
MESSAGE
+ 12 VDC
30
Dynaloop
31
12 VDC GND
Close
Timer
14
Select
L
O
O
P
rEAdy
LOC
ALARMCONDITION
CONDITION
ALARM
Required input not connected
ACTION
ACTION
Connect indicated input
Open run time exceeded
Check door-Push Reset
Close run time exceeded
Check door-Push Reset
E-Stop button activated
Check door-Reset E-Stop
VFO fault
Check VFO-Cycle Power
Reversing edge not functional
Check reversing edge-Push Reset
CONDITION
ACTION
Ready for operation
Door in locked condition
Message
Codes
See Instruction Manual
DY2000
M2-00067
06-10-05
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Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Function
Buttons
Always inspect the door for proper operation after resetting any alarm condition
Refer to Owner’s Manual for further details
MESSAGE
MESSAGE
24
Close
Run
Timer
Display and related LED will blink during an alarm condition.
The LED will stop blinking when the condition is satisfied.
22
23
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
Open
Run
Timer
Figure 3-1: DYNALOGIX Controls
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Table 3-1 describes the DYNALOGIX buttons and controls.
Table 3-1: DYNALOGIX Controls
Control
JOG
Buttons
Function
Moves the door up and down. The door moves while the
button is depressed and stops as soon as it is released.
The JOG button also acts as the RESET button.
Press this button after the Open or Close Run Timer
goes to zero, an Edge Error occurs, or a Drive Error
occurs.
Open Run
Timer
Close Run
Timer
Close Timer
11 & 12 /
Set
11 & 12
Auto Close
Option
Close Timer
14 / Select
Begins a countdown as the door opens. In the event
that the door becomes stuck and does not reach the
open limit setting by the time the countdown reaches 0,
the DYNALOGIX shuts down the motor. (Press the
RESET button to reset the DYNALOGIX.)
Press this button once to display the Open Run Timer’s
current time setting. Use the up and down buttons to
change the setting.
Begins a countdown as the door closes. In the event
that the door becomes stuck and does not reach the
close limit by the time the countdown reaches 0, the
DYNALOGIX shuts down the motor. (Press the RESET
button to reset the DYNALOGIX.)
Press this button once to display the Close Run Timer’s
current time setting. Use the up and down buttons to
change the setting. The DYNALOGIX automatically
saves changes when the display changes.
Controls the automatic close timer for push button or
pull cord operation of the door. It begins its countdown
as soon as the door reaches the open limit setting.
Press this button once to display its current settings.
Use the up and down arrows to adjust the timer.
Turns the Automatic Close option on and off (set by the
Close Timer 11 & 12 button).
If the LED is lit, the door will automatically close after “x”
seconds. If the LED light is not lit, an operator must
manually press the push button or pull the pull cord to
close the door.
Controls the automatic close timer for motion loop
sensor operation of the door.
Press this button once to display its current settings.
Use the up and down arrows to adjust the time.
Note: The DYNALOGIX automatically saves changes when the display
changes.
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3.1.2. Messages
Table 3-2 describes the DYNALOGIX display messages.
Table 3-2: DYNALOGIX Messages
Message
Cause
rEAdY or #
All required connections are correct and the door is
ready for operation. A number displayed is the cycle
counter.
LOC
The door is in a lockout condition. Typically indicates an
airlock condition.
COnnECt
One of the required terminal connections is loose or
missing. The DYNALOGIX will light up the LED of the
connection in question. Refer to the description next to
the LED to determine which specific component is
causing the error.
Ort 0
The open run time timer reached 0. This is usually
caused by an obstruction somewhere that stops the
door from reaching the open limit setting (full open).
When the open run timer reaches 0 the DYNALOGIX
shuts down the motor. Once you have determined the
cause and made corrections, press the JOG /RESET
button.
Crt 0
The close run time timer reached 0. This is usually
caused by an obstruction somewhere that stops the
door from reaching the close limit setting (full close).
When the close run timer reaches 0 the DYNALOGIX
shuts down the motor. Once you have determined the
cause and made corrections, press the JOG / RESET
button.
E StOP
The E Stop button was pressed. Confirm that
everything is ok with the door and then twist the E Stop
button to release the E Stop function.
drErr
A drive error occurred.
EdGE
The pneumatic switch may be malfunctioning. Check it
for sensitivity and proper operation.
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3.2. Electrical Installation
Warning: Ensure that the power supply shipped with the door is
compatible with the transformer, motor and inverter.
Frequency Inverter Voltage Range:
575 V = 3 Phase
480 V = 3 Phase
230 V = 1 to 3 Phase
208 V = 1 to 3 Phase
Failure to ensure compatible power supply may result in fire and will
damage the door.
Caution: Ensure that the electrical installation for this door complies
with the National Electrical Code (NEC) and/or your local electrical code.
Caution: Refer to the electrical schematic shipped with the door for
appropriate circuit protection.
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3.2.1. Make the Primary
Connections
1. Connect the incoming power. Run the wires (conduit) through the
bottom of the Control Box, up the left side, and connect them into
the top of the fused disconnect. See Figure 3-2.
•
•
For a 3-phase unit, use terminals L1, L2, and L3.
For a 1 or 2-phase unit use terminals L1 and L2.
Power Connections
L1
L2
L3
M-00052
06/10/05
Figure 3-2: Power Connections in Control Box
2. Connect the grounding wire (ground wires and shield wire) to the
ground terminals. See Figure 3-3.
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
G
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
M2-00053
06/10/05
G
Ground
Figure 3-3: Ground Connection on Terminal Block
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3. Connect the motor wires (black) to terminals T1, T2, and T3. See
Figure 3-4.
Warning: Use only the motor cable provided. Do not splice the
cable.
Doing so will void the warranty.
G
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
G
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
M2-00054
06/10/05
Motor Wires
Figure 3-4: Motor Wire Connections on Terminal Block
4. Connect the photo-eye wiring to the terminal block. See Figure 3-5.
•
•
•
•
Connect the white wire in the grey transmitter cable to terminal
41.
Connect the shielded wire in the grey transmitter cable to
terminal 42.
Connect the white wire in the black receiver cable to terminals
43.
Connect the shielded wire in the black receiver cable to terminal
44.
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
G
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
M2-00055
06/10/05
G
Photo Eye Wiring
Figure 3-5: Photo Eye Connections on Terminal Block
5. Plug the photo eye amplifier into the 11-pin socket. See Figure 3-6
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Figure 3-6: 11 Pin Socket for Photo Eye Amplifier
6. Set up the amplifier. See Section 3.3.3: Adjust the Photocell
Sensitivity for details.
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3.2.2. Make the Encoder
Connections
1. Insert the wires into the green connector as listed below. (Terminals
are ordered left to right.) See Figure 3-7.
• Shielded = terminal 1
• White = terminal 2
• Black = terminal 3
• Red = terminal 4
• Green = terminal 5
Figure 3-7: Wiring the Green Connector
Warning: Use only the provided cables. Do not splice the cables. Doing
so will void the warranty.
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2. Insert the green connector into the Dynacoder (DY3000) . See
Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-8: Insertion Point for Green Connector
3.2.3. Run Wire for
Accessories
Run the wiring for the activation accessories but do not connect them.
See the appropriate appendices in this manual for wiring. Connect the
activation accessories after the DYNACO installer has finalized the door.
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3.2.4. Power the Door
Turn on the main disconnect by rotating it clockwise. See
Figure 3-9.
Main Disconnect
M2-00061
06-10-05
Figure 3-9: Main Disconnect
The display will show one of the following messages:
•
•
•
Ready
Connect
Cycle Counter
The DYNALOGIX display should read “rEAdY.” If the DYNALOGIX
display reads COnnECt then twist and release the Emergency Stop
button located on the front panel of the Control Box. See Chapter 5:
Troubleshooting for more information on how to find and eliminate
problems.
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3.3. Final Checks and Verification
Finalizing the door includes setting the door’s open and close limits,
ensuring that the door works properly, and connecting the activation
accessories.
Note: An electrician should connect the accessories to the terminal block
if possible.
Before you begin:
•
•
•
Verify that the wiring is properly connected and the Control Box has
power.
Confirm that the connections are properly grounded.
Confirm that the three cable connections are positioned in their
terminal slots correctly. (Photo Eyes, Dynacoder (DY3000),
Reversing Edge)
3.3.1. Set the Door Limits
The Dynacoder (DY3000) controls and monitors the curtain’s open and
closed position. Once you set the open and closed limits, test the door to
ensure that it is working properly.
Figure 3-10: Dynacoder with Limit & Programming Buttons
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1. Enter the Dynacoder ’s programming mode.
a. Press and hold the JOG button for 4 seconds.
Note: The JOG buttons referenced on this page are the buttons
located on the Dynacoder. Do not use the JOG buttons on the
DYNALOGIX to set the door limits.
b. While pressing the JOG button, press and release the PASS
button. (Release the JOG button simultaneously as you release
the PASS button.)
When the red and green LED indicators flash alternately the
Dynacoder is in the program mode.
2. Set the close limit position. (This is the base/reference position and
must be set before you set the open position.)
a. While pressing the JOG button, press and release the CLOSE
button - moving the door into the desired closed position. (The
JOG button allows you to move the door at a reduced speed.)
Note: If the door moves in the direction opposite of what you
expected, stop and review the "Verify Rotation of the Motor"
section of this chapter.
b. Release the JOG button. Wait one second and then press and
release the CLOSE button. (This step sets the close limit.)
•
If the close limit has been set successfully, the green
LED flashes four times.
•
If the close limit was not set successfully, the red LED
flashes four times. See Table 5-1 for other LED
indicators.
3. Set the open limit position.
a. While pressing the JOG button, press and release the OPEN
button - moving the door into the desired open position.
Note: The door's open limit should be set about one inch above
the re-introduction point. See Figure 3-11.
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Figure 3-11: Re-introduction Point and Upper Limit
b. Release the JOG button. Wait one second and then press and
release the OPEN button. (This step sets the open limit.)
•
If the open limit has been set successfully, the green LED
flashes four times.
•
If the open limit was not set successfully, the red LED
flashes four times. See Table 4-1 for other LED indicators.
4. While pressing the JOG button (for four seconds), press and release
the PASS button to exit programming mode. When the red and
green LED indicators stop flashing exit is complete.
5. Reset the DYNOLOGIX by pressing and releasing the JOG
button.
6. Test the upper and lower limits by pressing the JOG buttons on the
DYNALOGIX.
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3.3.2. Verify the Rotation of
the Motor
This step ensures that the motor connections are terminated into the
correct slots.
1. Switch the main switch located on the cover of the Control Box to the
OFF position.
2. Swap any two of the motor leads on the terminal box. See Figure 312.
G
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
G
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
X2
X2
12
14
17
33
34
41
42
43
44
M2-00054
06/10/05
Motor Wires
Figure 3-12: Connections for Motor Wires on Terminal Block
3. Switch the main switch located on the cover of the Control Box to the
ON position.
4. Return to Section 3.1 and continue with setting the limits.
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3.3.3. Adjust the Photocell
Sensitivity
1. Verify that the transmitter and receiver are aligned with each other,
and that the surface of each is clean. Both photo eyes must be
mounted flush to the side guides.
2. Confirm that the wiring of the transmitter and receiver is properly
connected to the Control Box.
• Transmitter (grey cable) to terminals 41 and 42
• Receiver (black cable) to terminals 43 and 44
4. Adjust the sensitivity of the amplifier by turning the Sensitivity
Adjustment knob and the two dipswitches. See Figure 3-13.
Note 1: The left-hand dipswitch controls the range of sensitivity.
When it is in the up position the photocell is sensitive up to 50 feet.
When it is in the down position, it is sensitive up to 16 feet. The
adjustment knob controls the sensitivity within these two ranges.
Note 2: The normal adjustment knob setting is between 2 and 4 with
the left dipswitch in the up position.
Note 3: When amplifier is working normally, all LEDs are lit.
Figure 3-13: Photocell Amplifier
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3.3.4. Adjust Reversing
Edge Detector
Sensitivity
1. Ensure that both ends of the pneumatic tube are properly connected.
See Section 2.7: Connect Pneumatic Tube for detailed instructions.
2. Close the door.
3. Slowly turn the adjustment screw on the pneumatic sensor clockwise
until the red light on the DYNALOGIX comes on. See Figure 3-14.
Figure 3-14: Pneumatic Sensor with Adjustment Screw
4. Slowly turn the adjustment screw in the reverse direction (counter
clockwise) until the red light extinguishes (usually about 1/4 turn).
5. Open and close the door to test the sensitivity making additional
adjustments as necessary.
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3.3.5. Install and Test
Activation Accessories
See the appendices of this manual and/or the accessory’s
documentation from the manufacturer for installation instructions.
Activation accessories include but are not limited to:
•
•
•
•
•
Motion Sensors
Magnetic Loop
Pull Cords
Additional Open/Close buttons
Remote Control Activation
Caution: Install, connect, and then test each of the activation
accessories individually before proceeding to the next accessory. This
allows troubleshooting of each component individually.
3.3.6. Set Automatic Timers
The DYNALOGIX allows you to set two automatic close timers. The first
sets a count down timer that closes the door after either the OPEN
button or Pull Cord is used to open the door. The second sets a count
down timer that closes the door when the door is opened by a triggering
of the motion detector or loop. These timers have a default setting of 1
second.
The DYNALOGIX monitors and controls the function of the door. Should
anything go wrong, such as a bad / missing connection or stuck door, the
DYNALOGIX displays an error message on its LCD panel or LED
indicators.
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3.3.7. Set Close Timer 14
Automatic Close Timer 14 activates a countdown timer when a motion or
loop detector is used with your DYNACO door.
1. Press the CLOSE TIMER 14 button on the DYNALOGIX controller.
The current countdown time displays in the LCD. See Figure 3-15.
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
Reset
JOG
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
M2-00077
06/10/05
Open
Run
Timer
JOG
Motion/Dynaloop
Timer Button
Figure 3-15: Auto Close Timer Setting
2. Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to change the countdown time
to the desired duration. The DYNALOGIX will automatically save any
changes that you make. See Figure 3-16.
Increase
Setting
JOG
Reset
JOG
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
Open
Run
Timer
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
M2-00075
06/10/05
Decrease
Setting
Figure 3-16: Raise/Lower Countdown Timer
The LCD display remains on for few seconds. If no action is taken
during that time, the LCD display reverts to rEAdY or the cycle
counter.
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3.3.8. Set Close Timer 11 &
12
Automatic Close Timer 11 & 12 activates a countdown timer after you
use the front panel OPEN button or the Pull Cord to open the door.
1. Press the CLOSE TIMER 11 & 12 button on the DYNALOGIX
controller. The current countdown time displays in the LCD. See
Figure 3-17.
JOG
Reset
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
M2-00074
06/10/05
JOG
Open
Run
Timer
Open/Pull Cord
Timer Setting
Figure 3-17: Auto Close Timer Setting
2. Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to change the countdown time
to the desired duration. The DYNALOGIX will automatically save any
changes that you make. See Figure 3-18.
Increase
Setting
JOG
Reset
JOG
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
Open
Run
Timer
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
M2-00075
06/10/05
Decrease
Setting
Figure 3-18: Raise/Lower Countdown Timer
The LCD display remains on for a few seconds. If no action is taken
during that time, the LCD display reverts to rEAdY or the cycle
counter.
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3. Press the 11 & 12 Auto Close Option button. The light on the Auto
Close option shines. This indicates that the Auto Close option is now
active. See Figure 3-19.
Option
Activation
Light
JOG
Reset
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
M2-00076
06/10/05
JOG
Open
Run
Timer
Auto Close
Option Button
Figure 3-19: Auto Close Option Button
Note: You can deactivate the Auto Close option by pressing the
button again.
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3.3.9. Set the Open and
Close Run Timers
The Open Run Timer and Close Run Timer act as a failsafe to prevent
the door from running continuously when the open or close limit switches
fail to shut down the motor. These two timers should be set for a period
that exceeds the duration of a full open or close cycle (from fully closed
to fully open and vice versa).
1. Press the OPEN RUN TIMER button on the DYNALOGIX controller.
The current countdown time displays in the LCD. See Figure 3-20.
Figure 3-20: Auto Close Timer Setting
2. Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to change the countdown time
to the desired duration. The DYNALOGIX will automatically save any
changes that you make. See Figure 3-21.
Increase
Setting
JOG
Reset
JOG
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
Open
Run
Timer
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
M2-00075
06/10/05
Decrease
Setting
Figure 3-21: Raise/Lower Countdown Timer
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The LCD display remains on for a few seconds. If no action is taken
during that time, the LCD display turns off and retains the displayed
setting.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to set the Close Run Timer.
3.3.10.
Install Covers
As a final step, ensure that all covers are installed on the door.
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3.3.11.
Set Photo-Eye
Disable Position
CAUTION: This procedure should only be used if photo-eye disable
position is not set properly from the manufacturer or photo-eye position
has changed after the door has left the manufacturer.
1. Press the JOG buttons to move the door to the desired position.
Jog
Down
Button
JOG
Reset
Close
Run
Timer
Close
Timer
11 &12
Set
Close
Timer
14
Select
M2-00064
06/10/05
11 & 12
Auto
Close
Option
JOG
Open
Run
Timer
Figure 3-22: Raise/Lower Door
2. Press and hold the Dynacoder Close button for 3 seconds.
1
2
3
4
5
6
INPUTS
7
8
ALARM
Limit and
Programming
Buttons
PRESS BUTTON TO SET INDICATED LIMIT
TO VFD
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
M2-00068
12-13-04
9
TO DV2000 INPUTS
Figure 3-23: Raise/Lower Door
3. Press and release the Dynacoder Open button.
The green LED indicator will flash four times to indicate success.
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Chapter 4: Chapter 4:
DYNALOGIX II (DY 4000)
4.1. Specifications
The DYNALOGIX II (DY4000) monitors all operations of the door. You
use this device to:
•
•
•
Define the automatic close timers,
Monitor and troubleshoot the input connections,
Interpret and correct any malfunctions or alarms.
Note: The door will not run until the DYNALOGIX II display reads
Ready.
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4.1.1. Controls
A
GND
B
0-10V
C
UP
D
+V
E
DOWN
2
PULL CORD/PB
3
MOTION/LOOP
4
REV EDGE
5
PHOTO
6
DRIVE ERROR
7
OPEN PB
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
Connections to Variable
Frequency Drive
Inputs
8
CLOSE PB
9
E-STOP/RESET
10
IN 1
V
F
D
I
N
P
U
T
S
Message
Display
and
Cycle
Counter
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
JOG
DOWN
OPEN
CLOSE
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
CLOSE
TIMERS
ENTER
Jog Buttons,
Run Timers,
Close Timers,
Program
Buttons, and
Limit Settings
PROGRAM
MENU
MC/PB
DYNALOGIXII
ALWAYS INSPECT DOORS FOR PROPER OPERATION
AFTER RESETTING ANY ALARM CONDITION
REFER TO OWNERS MANUAL FOR FURTHER DETAILS. 1-800-459-1930
LED STATUS
Outputs
OUT 1
12
COM 1
13
OUT 2
14
OUT 3
15
COM 2/3
O
U
T
P
U
T
S
COLOR
CONDITION
INPUT
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT
OUTPUT
GREEN
RED
FLASH
RED
NORMALLY OPEN INPUT TRIGGERED
NORMALLY CLOSED
INPUT TRIGGERED
CONDITION
ALARM CONDITION – CHECK INPUT
OUTPUT RELAY IS ENERGIZED
CONDITION
POWER
24VAC
1
X2
GND
ENCODER
S
H
L
D
S
H
L
D
+
12
G
N
D
A-
A+
W
H
T
B
L
K
R
E
D
G
R
N
M-00086
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TYPE
Encoder Wire
Connections
Figure 4-1: DYNALOGIX II Controls and Connections
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4.1.2. Messages
Table 4-1 describes the messages that the DYNALOGIX II displays.
Table 4-1: DYNOLOGIX II Messages
Message
Cause
Ready
###
All required connections are correct and the door is
ready for operation. The number indicates the cycle
counter. The DYNALOGIX II will not allow the door to
operate unless this message displays.
Drive Error
A drive error occurred. Check drive display for error
code.
Rev - Edge
Tripped
The reversing edge is staying or was activated. Check
pneumatic switch for proper operation.
Opening
Expired
The open run time timer expired. This is usually caused
by an obstruction somewhere that stops the door from
reaching the open limit setting (full open). To prevent
motor burn out, when the open run timer reaches 0 the
DYNALOGIX II shuts down the motor. Once you have
determined the cause and made corrections, press the
JOG /RESET button.
Closed
Expired
The close run time timer expired. This is usually caused
by an obstruction somewhere that stops the door from
reaching the close limit setting (full close). To prevent
motor burn out, when the close run timer reaches 0 the
DYNALOGIX II shuts down the motor. Once you have
determined the cause and made corrections, press the
JOG / RESET button.
SET LIMITS
The limits have not been set. Set limits (see Secton
4.3.1: Set the Door Limits for instructions.)
ENCODER
COM_LOSS
Lost encoder feedback. Check if the encoder is
connected and wired correctly.
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4.2. Electrical Installation
Warning: Ensure that the power supply shipped with the door is
compatible with the transformer, motor and inverter.
Frequency Inverter Voltage Range:
575 V = 3 Phase
480 V = 3 Phase
230 V = 1 to 3 Phase
208 V = 1 to 3 Phase
Failure to ensure compatible power supply may result in fire and will
damage the door.
Caution: Ensure that the electrical installation for this door complies
with the National Electrical Code (NEC) and/or your local electrical code.
Caution: Refer to the electrical schematic shipped with the door for
appropriate circuit protection.
4.2.1. Make the Primary
Connections
1. Connect the incoming power. Run the wires (conduit) through the
bottom of the Control Box, up the left side, and connect them into
the fused disconnect. See Figure 4-2.
•
•
For a 3-phase unit, use terminals L1, L2, and L3.
For a 1 or 2-phase unit use terminals L1 and L2.
L1
L2
L3
Power
Connections
M2-00107
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Figure 4-2: Power Connections in Control Box
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5. Connect the grounding wire (ground wires and shield wire) to the
ground terminals. See Figure 4-3.
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
1A
X2
X2
2
2
3
4
33
34
41
42
43
M2-00101
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G
44
Ground
Figure 4-3: Ground Connection on Terminal Block
4. Connect the motor wires (black) to terminals T1, T2, and T3. See
Figure 4-4.
Warning: Use only the motor cable provided. Do not splice the
cable.
Doing so will void the warranty.
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
1A
X2
X2
2
2
3
4
33
34
41
42
43
44
M2-00102
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G
Motor Wires
Figure 4-4: Motor Wire Connections on Terminal Block
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4. Connect the photo-eye wiring to the terminal block. See Figure 4-5.
•
•
•
•
G
G
T1
T2
T3
1
1
1
1
1
1A
X2
X2
2
2
3
4
33
34
41
42
43
44
M2-00103
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G
Connect the white wire in the grey transmitter cable to terminal
41.
Connect the shielded wire in the grey transmitter cable to
terminal 42.
Connect the white wire in the black receiver cable to terminals
43.
Connect the shielded wire in the black receiver cable to terminal
44.
Photo Eye Wiring
Figure 4-5: Photo Eye Connections on Terminal Block
5. Plug the photo eye amplifier into the 11-pin socket. See Figure 4-6
Figure 4-6: 11 Pin Socket for Photo Eye Amplifier
6. Set up the amplifier. See Section 3.3.3: Adjust the Photocell
Sensitivity for details.
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4.2.2. Make the Encoder
Connections
1. Insert the wires into the green connector as listed below. (Terminals
are ordered left to right.) See Figure 4-7.
• Shielded = terminal 1
• White = terminal 2
• Black = terminal 3
• Red = terminal 4
• Green = terminal 5
Figure 4-7: Wiring the Green Connector
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2. Insert the green connector into the DYNALOGIX II. See Figure 4-8.
ALWAYS INSPECT DOORS FOR PROPER OPERATION
AFTER RESETTING ANY ALARM CONDITION
REFER TO OWNERS MANUAL FOR FURTHER DETAILS. 1-800-459-1930
LED STATUS
OUT 1
12
COM 1
13
OUT 2
14
OUT 3
15
COM 2/3
O
U
T
P
U
T
S
COLOR
CONDITION
INPUT
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT
OUTPUT
GREEN
RED
FLASH
RED
NORMALLY OPEN INPUT TRIGGERED
NORMALLY CLOSED
INPUT TRIGGERED
CONDITION
ALARM CONDITION – CHECK INPUT
OUTPUT RELAY IS ENERGIZED
CONDITION
POWER
24VAC
1
X2
GND
ENCODER
S
H
L
D
S
H
L
D
+
12
G
N
D
A-
A+
W
H
T
B
L
K
R
E
D
G
R
N
M-00109
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11
TYPE
Insertion Point for
Green Connector
Figure 4-8: Insertion Point for Green Connector
4.2.3. Run Wire for
Accessories
Run the wiring for the activation accessories but do not connect them.
See the appropriate appendices in this manual for wiring. Connect the
activation accessories after the DYNACO installer has finalized the door.
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4.2.4. Power the Door
Turn on the main disconnect by rotating it clockwise. See
Figure 4-9.
Main Disconnect
M2-00106
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Figure 4-9: Main Disconnect
The DYNALOGIX II display should read SET LIMITS on initial power up.
See Section 4.3.1: Set the Door Limits for more information on setting
the door’s limits.
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4.3. Final Checks and Verification
Finalizing the door includes setting the door’s open and close limits,
ensuring that the door works properly, and connecting the activation
accessories.
Note: An electrician should connect the accessories to the terminal block
if possible.
Before you begin:
•
•
•
Verify that the wiring is properly connected and the Control Box has
power.
Confirm that the connections are properly grounded.
Confirm that the cable connections are positioned in their terminal
slots correctly. (Photo Eyes and Reversing Edge)
4.3.1. Set the Door Limits
The DYNALOGIX II controls and monitors the curtain’s open and closed
position. Once you set the open and closed limits, test the door to ensure
that it is working properly.
Caution: Confirm that all electrical connections are properly wired and
terminated before power up. Refer to the wiring diagram that was
enclosed with the DYNACO Door.
Caution: Automatic activations should be disconnected prior to setting
limits. If connected, the door may activate and injury or damage may
occur.
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1.
Enter the programming mode.
2.
Press and hold both PROGRAM buttons until display changes to
Password. After display changes, release buttons. See Figure 4-10.
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MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
Password
0
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
PROGRAM
Buttons
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
MENU
ENTER
M-00089
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CLOSE
TIMERS
PROGRAM
Figure 4-10: DYNALOGIX II Program Mode
a.
Press and release one of the PROGRAM buttons to scroll up or
down until the password, 562, displays in the LCD.
b. Press and release the ENTER button.
LimitSet displays in the LCD.
Note: On initial start up the Password screen will be bypassed, and
the DYNALOGIX will directly enter the LimitSet screen. See Figure
4-11.
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MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
LimitSet
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
ENTER
Button
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
MENU
ENTER
M-00090
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CLOSE
TIMERS
Figure 4-11: ENTER Button
3.
Set the close limit position.
a. Press and release the Enter button.
ClsLimit displays in the LCD.
b. Press and release the Enter button.
JogToCls displays in the LCD.
c. Press the JOG DOWN button to bring the door down to desired
close position. See Figure 4-12.
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MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
JogToCls
Enter
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
JOG DOWN
Button
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
MENU
ENTER
M-00091
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CLOSE
TIMERS
Figure 4-12: JOG DOWN Button
Note: The door is out of phase if it moves up instead of down. Turn
power off and switch T2 & T3 on the terminal block. Turn power on
and return to Step One.
d. Press and release the ENTER button to save limit setting.
ClsLimit_Set—OK displays in the LCD.
4.
Set the photo eye shut-off position.
a. Press and release one of the PROGRAM buttons to scroll up or
down until the PhtLimit message displays in the LCD (photo eye
shut off position).
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MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
JogToPht
Enter
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
Press the
JOG UP/RESET
Button
to Bring Door UP
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
MENU
ENTER
M-00093
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CLOSE
TIMERS
Figure 4-13: Scroll Through Menu
b. Press and release ENTER button.
JogToPht_Enter displays in the LCD.
c. Press the JOG UP/RESET button to bring door up one inch
above the photo eyes.
d. Press and release the ENTER button to save limit setting.
PhtLimit_Set—OK displays in the LCD.
5.
Set the open limit position.
a. Press and release one of the PROGRAM buttons until the
OpnLimit message displays in the LCD.
b. Press and release the ENTER button.
JogToOpn_Enter displays in the LCD.
c. Press and release the JOG UP/RESET button until the door is in
the desired open position (roughly an inch and a half above the
reintroduction point). See Figure 4-14.
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MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
JogToPht
Enter
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
JOG UP/RESET
Button
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
M-00093
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CLOSE
TIMERS
ENTER
MENU
Figure 4-14: JOG UP/RESET Button
d. Press and release the ENTER button to save limit setting.
OpnLimit_Set—OK displays in the LCD.
6.
Press and release the MENU button twice.
Ready displays in the LCD.
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
Ready
####
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
MENU Button
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
MENU
ENTER
M-00094
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CLOSE
TIMERS
Figure 4-15: Menu Button
7.
Press the JOG buttons to test the open and close limits.
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4.3.2. Install and Test
Activation Accessories
The DYNALOGIX II has nine inputs. Inputs are signals coming to the
DYNALOGIX II that get interpreted to create a certain response. For
example, if a pull cord is wired to terminal 2, pulling the cord sends a
signal to the DYNALOGIX II. The DYNALOGIX II knows what the signal
based on the assigned input (terminal 2), thus moving the door up or
down. All the inputs have indicator lights and identification. See Figure
4-16.
PULL CORD/PB
3
MOTION/LOOP
4
REV EDGE
5
PHOTO
6
DRIVE ERROR
7
OPEN PB
8
CLOSE PB
9
E-STOP/RESET
10
IN 1
Nine Inputs
with Identification
and Indicator Lights
I
N
P
U
T
S
M-00099
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Figure 4-16: Accessory Inputs
See the appendices of this manual and/or the accessory’s
documentation from the manufacturer for installation instructions.
Caution: Install, connect, and then test each of the activation
accessories individually before proceeding to the next accessory. This
allows troubleshooting of each component individually.
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4.3.3. Set Automatic Timers
The Open Run Timer and Close Run Timer act as a failsafe to prevent
the door from running continuously when the open or close limit switch
fails to stop the door. These timers should be set for a period that
exceeds the duration of a full open or close cycle.
1. Press and release the OPEN run timer button.
Opening_Time=## displays in the LCD. See Figure 4-17.
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
Opening
Time=##
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
Open/Close
Run Timers
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
M-00095
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CLOSE
TIMERS
ENTER
MENU
Figure 4-17: RUN TIMERS buttons
2. Press and release the PROGRAM buttons to change the countdown
time to the desired duration. See Figure 4-18.
Increase
Setting
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
JOG
DOWN
OPEN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
ENTER
PROGRAM
M-00096
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CLOSE
TIMERS
MENU
Decrease
Setting
CLOSE
Figure 4-18: Adjust Countdown Time
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3. The DYNALOGIX II automatically saves the changes.
4. Press and release the CLOSE run timer button.
Closing_Time=## displays in the LCD.
5. Press and release the PROGRAM buttons to change the countdown
time to the desired duration.
The DYNALOGIX II automatically saves the changes.
4.3.4. Set the MC/PB Timer
The MC/PB timer activates a countdown timer for use with an activation
installed on terminal number 2 (most commonly used for pull cords or
pushbuttons). The MC/PB timer may be turned on or off, enabling
manual operation or automatic operation by assigning a countdown
value to the timer.
1. Press and release MC/PB close timer button.
MC Delay_Time=## displays on the LCD. See Figure 4-19.
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
MC Delay
Time=##
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
MC/PB
Timer
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
MENU
ENTER
M-00097
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CLOSE
TIMERS
PROGRAM
Figure 4-19: Adjust Countdown Time
Note: If the value is set to zero, the timer is deactivated and the
activations put on terminal number 2 is now in manual operation.
2. Press and release the PROGRAM buttons to change the countdown
time to the desired duration.
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Increase
Setting
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
M-00096
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CLOSE
TIMERS
ENTER
MENU
Decrease
Setting
Figure
4-20: Change Setting
The DYNALOGIX II automatically saves the changes.
4.3.5. Set the AC/LOOP
Timer
The AC/LOOP timer activates a countdown timer for use with a motion
detector or floor loop. The AC/LOOP timer is also used when the
reversing edge is triggered.
1. Press and release AC/LOOP close timer button.
AC Delay_Timer=## displays on the LCD.
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
AC Delay
Time=##
MESSAGE DISPLAY COUNTER
AC/LOOP
Timer
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
CLOSE
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
MENU
ENTER
M-00098
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CLOSE
TIMERS
PROGRAM
Figure 4-21: AC/LOOP Close Timer
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Note: If the value is set to zero, the door will come down after it
reaches the open limit.
2. Press and release the PROGRAM buttons to change the countdown
time to the desired duration. See Figure 4-22.
Increase
Setting
RUN
TIMERS
JOG
UP/RESET
OPEN
JOG
DOWN
MC/PB
AC/LOOP
PROGRAM
ENTER
M-00096
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CLOSE
TIMERS
MENU
Decrease
Setting
CLOSE
Figure 4-22: Change Setting
3. The DYNALOGIX II automatically saves the changes.
4.3.6. Install Covers
As a final step, ensure that all covers are installed on the door.
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•
•
•
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Chapter 5 • Troubleshooting
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
5.1. Troubleshooting Techniques
After you have corrected the cause of an error, reset the DYNALOGIX by
pressing the RESET button. (This is the JOG up button, located on the
DYNALOGIX.)
5.2. Symptoms
Table 5-1 describes several common door problems and their solutions.
Table 5-1: Door Operation Symptoms
Symptom
DYNALOGIX displays =
“COnnECt”
Door stays open until the Photo
Cell is triggered. Door only
closes while the Photo Cell
detects an obstruction.
Bottom Edge Detector does not
detect obstructions or you see
“EdGe” in the DYNALOGIX
display.
Procedure
One of the required NC contacts is
missing or isn’t completely
connected. Note which LED light is
blinking and correct the appropriate
connection. Also, check the E-Stop
to see if it has been activated.
Check the position of the
dipswitches. The right-hand
dipswitch should always be in the
down position.
Check for a continuous short and/or
adjust the sensor.
5.3. LED Reference
Table 5-2 describes Dynacoder and Photocell Amplifier LED displays.
Table 5-2: Dynacoder LED Indicator Key
Function
Red LED
Green LED
No Power
Off
Off
Startup ½ Second
Flash (Unison)
Flash (Unison)
OK/Ready
Off
On
Door in Motion
Off
FLASH
Encoder Loss of Feedback
Flash
Off
Jog/Limit (Programming Mode)
Flash Alternately
Flash Alternately
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5.4. Manual Operation
In the event that the door must be moved up or down manually, the
ratchet and key from the accessory kit may be used to operate the door
manually.
1. Check that the door is disconnected from the power source.
2. Insert the ratchet and key into the drive motor fan opening. See
Figure 5-1.
Insert the
Ratchet
and Key
M-00013
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Figure 5-1: Move Curtain through Drive
3. Turn the ratchet to move the door up and down.
WARNING: Remove the ratchet and key before applying power.
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Appendix A • Optional Door Mounting Techniques
Appendix A: Optional Door Mounting Techniques
A.1. Mount the Door
Caution: Vertical alignment of the side-guides is very important! Failure
to ensure a plum and level mounting may result in a door with a curtain
that is not smooth and flat. This prevents the curtain from properly
sealing.
See Chapter 2: Mechanical Installation for details on mounting the door.
A.2. Mounting the Door with a Fore Frame
See Figure A-1 for installation techniques using a fore frame.
Figure A-1: Door Mounting Using a Fore Frame
See Figure A-2 for various wall mounting techniques.
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Appendix A • Optional Door Mounting Techniques
Figure A-2: Wall Mounting Techniques
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Appendix B • Radio Frequency Remote Control Installation
Appendix B:
Radio Frequency Remote Control Installation
B.1. Radio-Frequency Remote Control (RXU)
The RXU superhetrodyne receiver’s sensitivity and high selectivity
protects it against interference around the receiving frequency. This
makes it an ideal receiver in environments containing interference. Its
self-instructing programming system allows you to program ROYAL
transmitters.
You can program the receiver to one of three functions:
•
Monostable – Opens the door for as long as the button is pressed.
Immediately closes the door when the button is released.
•
Bistable – Opens the door the first time you press the button.
Closes the door the second time you press the button.
•
Timer – Opens the door when you press the button. The door stays
open until the remote control timer runs out, or the DYNALOGIX
timer runs out, whichever is first.
B.2. Technical Characteristics
Table B-1: Remote Control Technical Characteristics
Frequency of Use
433.92 MHz
Contact Relay Range
1A 30VCC
Consumption
15 mA at rest
Irradiation on Antenna
-66 dBm
Supply
•
•
12V CA/CC between
connectors and 3 with J6
closed.
24V CA/CC between
connectors 2 and 3 with J6
open.
Operating Temperature
-4 to +140° F
Sensitivity
>= -1 02 dBm (S/N = 1 7 dB,
m=100%)
Dimensions
5” 3/16 x 1” 3/16 x 2” 10/16
Weight
3.7 Oz
B.3. Installing the Receiver
The Radio Frequency receiver is located on the inside of the Control Box
cover. This comes factory installed. No further installation is required.
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Appendix B • Radio Frequency Remote Control Installation
B.4. Monostable Programming Instructions
1. Maintain a distance of at least five feet between the transmitter and
the antenna of the receiver.
2. Press the desired code on the transmitter dipswitch.
3. Press and release the SW1 button of the receiver once (twice if you
wish to program Channel 2).
4. Save the setting by pressing and holding the transmitter button until
the LED light goes out.
Table B-2: Monostable Remote Control Switches
Selected Channel
#
Impulses
LED LIT = •
On SW1
L1
Channel 1 Monostable
1
Channel 2 Monostable
2
L2
•
•
B.5. Timer – Channel 1
1. Press and hold the SWI button on the receiver until LED L1 lights up
and then turns off.
LED L1 will flash at low speed (1 flash per second).
3. Count the number of flashes until it reaches the number that
corresponds to the desired length of time.
4. Press and release the SW1 button.
LED L1 displays a steady light.
5. Save the setting by pressing and holding the transmitter button until
the LED light goes out. See Table B.3.
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Table B-3: Channel 1 Timer Settings
Number of
Flashes
Imposed Time
(Seconds)
Number of
Flashes
Imposed Time
(Minutes)
1
01
17
1
2
02
18
1.5
3
03
19
2
4
04
20
2.5
5
05
21
3
6
06
22
3.5
7
07
23
4
8
08
24
4.5
9
09
25
5
10
10
26
5.5
11
11
27
6
12
12
28
6.5
13
13
29
7
14
14
30
7.5
15
15
31
Bistable
16
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Appendix B • Radio Frequency Remote Control Installation
B.6. Timer – Channel 2
1. Press any code on the dipswitch of the transmitter.
2. Press and release the SW1 button on the receiver.
LED L1 goes out.
3. Press and hold the SW1 button on the receiver until LED L2 lights up
and then turns off.
LED L2 flashes at low speed (1 flash per second).
4. Count the number of flashes until it reaches the number that
corresponds to the desired length of time.
5. Press and release the SW1 button.
LED L2 displays a steady light.
6. Save the setting by pressing and holding the transmitter button until
the LED light goes out.
Table B-4: Channel 2 Timer Settings
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Number of
Flashes
Imposed Time
(Seconds)
Number of
Flashes
Imposed Time
(Minutes)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Appendix B • Radio Frequency Remote Control Installation
B.7. Bistable Programming Instructions
B.7.1.Programming 1
Channel
1. Press the required code on the transmitter dipswitch.
2. Press and hold the SW1 button on the receiver until LED L1 lights up
and then turns off.
3. The LED L1 will flash at low speed (1 flash per second).
4. Wait until LED L1 cycles through the 30-flash cycle and then remains
lit.
5. Save the setting by pressing and holding the transmitter button until
LED L1 of the receiver goes out.
B.7.2.Programming 2
Channel
1. Press any code on the dipswitch of the transmitter.
2. Press and release the SW1 button on the receiver.
LED L1 goes out.
3. Press and hold the SW1 button on the receiver until the LED L2
lights up and then turns off.
4. The LED L2 will flash at low speed (1 flash per second).
5. Wait until LED L2 cycles through the 30-flash cycle and then remains
lit.
6. Save the setting by pressing and holding the transmitter button until
LED L2 of the receiver goes out.
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Appendix C • Falcon Motion Sensor Installation
Appendix C:
Falcon Motion Sensor Installation
C.1. Specifications
Table C-1: Falcon Motion Sensor Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Technology
Transmitter Frequency
Transmitter Radiated Power
Transmitter Power Density
Mounting Height
Tilt angle
Detection Zone (typical)
Detection Mode
Minimum Detection Speed
Supply Voltage
Mains Frequency
Power Consumption
Output Relay
Hold Time
Manual Adjustment
Remote Control
Adjustments
Temperature Range
Degree of Protection
Product Conformity
Dimensions
Weight
Housing Material
Bracket Material
Cable Length
Cable Diameter
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Microwave and microprocessor
24.125 GHz
<20 dBm EIRP
< 5 mW/cm2
Falcon: from 11.5 to 23’
Falcon XL: from 6.5 to 11.5’
0° to 180° in elevation
FALCON: 13’ (W) x 16’ (D) for a mounting
height of 16’
FALCON XL: 13’ (W) x 6.5’ (D) for a
mounting height of 8.2’
Movement
2.2 in/s (measured in the sensor axis)
12V to 24 V AC +/- 10%
12V to 24V DC +30% /-10%
50 to 60 Hz
< 2W
Free of potential chargeover contact
Max contact voltage 42 V AC/DC
Max contact current 1A (resistive)
Max switching power 30W (DC) / 60 VA (AC)
0.5s to 9s (adjustable)
Orientation of sensing field (mechanically.)
Multiple Functions (by push buttons.)
Sensitivity, hold time, detection mode,
pedestrian and parallel traffic rejection mode,
relay configuration
-22°F to 122°F (-30°C to +60°C)
IP65
R&TTE 1999/5/EC
EMC 89/366/EEC
5 in (D) x 4 in (W) x 3 ¾ (H)
0.88 lbs (400 g)
ABS and Polycarbonate
Black anodized aluminum
33 ft (10 m)
1/8” (3 mm) (minimum)
1/4" (6.5 mm) (maximum)
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Appendix C • Falcon Motion Sensor Installation
C.2. Installation Summary
A brief summary of the installation instructions is included below. Follow
the detailed instructions found in the Falcon & Falcon XL User’s Guide to
install the motion sensor. A copy of this guide was enclosed in the
shipping box that contained the sensor.
1. Mount the sensor.
2. Set the sensing field dimensions.
3. Configure the sensor with the remote control (or push buttons).
4. Wire necessary connections to the terminal block.
•
Brown – AC 12-24 +
•
Green – AC Neutral –
•
White – COM
•
Yellow – NO
•
Gray – Not Used
Note 1: Firmly fasten the sensor to avoid vibration.
Note 2: Do not place the sensor directly behind a panel or other material.
Note 3: Clear the sensing field of all moving or vibrating objects.
Note 4: Do not install the sensor under florescent lighting.
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Appendix D • Vehicle Loop Detector
Appendix D:
Vehicle Loop Detector
D.1. Specifications
The LP4224 detects the presence of metal objects. It is specially suited
for detecting vehicles. The system consists of the following components.
•
•
•
The detector unit (located in the Control Box).
The loop, which detects the presence of the vehicle.
The cable, which connects the loop to the detector.
Table D-1: Vehicle Loop Detector Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Information Memorizing
No time limit
Supply Consumption
24 VAC =/- 15%, 48 Hz to 62 Hz less than
1.5 VA
Exit
Inversed relay – contact max. 5 A/250
Operation Temp
-14° to +158° F
D.2. Installation
Caution: Fix the connector cable so that it doesn’t move or vibrate.
Install the connector cable as far as possible from the power cables such
as the motor and main power cables. Ensure that there are no vehicles
or other metal objects on the loop while you are connecting and
adjusting. The presence of metal objects during this activity causes a
sensitivity decrease. A grilled or metal floor may cause loss of sensitivity.
1. Make a slot of 0.15 inches by 1 inch to introduce the loop cable.
2. The right or acute angles are cut at 45° in order not to damage the
loop.
3. The loop cable must present a section of at least 3 circ/mils. It is
recommended to use multi-wired cables.
4. Twist the connector cable at 20 turns/yard. The cable should not be
longer than 219 yards.
Perimeter of loop P=2a+2b
Number of turns
3.3 – 13 ft
13 – 26 ft
26 – 52 ft
more than 52 ft
4 to 8
3 to 4
2 to 3
1 to 2
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Appendix E • Dynaco Control Box Power Requirements
Appendix E:
DYNACO Control Box Power Requirements
The following table describes the Control Box specifications.
Table E-1: Control Box Power Requirements
Full Load Amps
30 AMP
FLA
20 AMP
15 AMP
12 AMP
10 AMP
6 AMP
ATV-28HU29S6XU
Class CC Fuses
ATV-3IHUI5SX
ATV-3IHU22N4
ATV-3IHUI5N4
ATV-3IHU75N4
ATV-58HU4IM2
ATV-IIHU29M2U
Power
ATV-IIHUI8M2U
Variable Frequency Drives
Power Mono & Tri-phase
1
200-240v - 0.75kW - 1HP
2
200-240v - 1.5kW - 2HP
3
200-240v - 2.2kW - 3HP
X
3.87
X
X
7.85
X
X
X
10.2
Power Tri-phase
4
380-500v - 0.75kW - 1HP
6
380-500v - 1.5kW - 2HP
7
380-500v - 2.2kW - 3HP
8
Canada 575v - 1.5kW - 2HP
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1.75
X
X
3.55
X
X
5.1
X
X
X
2.8
X
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Appendix F • Square-D Frequency Inverter Specifications
Appendix F:
Square-D Frequency Inverter Specifications
F.1. Frequency Inverters
The frequency inverter maintains total control over the breaking and
stopping of the DYNACO Door motor by injecting DC current. It can also
detect, without damage, a large number of abnormal conditions. When it
detects an error, a red LED lights up. DYNACO has selected a range of
Square-D™ frequency inverters, which is part of the Schneider-group.
These electronic devices are very reliable.
The frequency inverter is factory set and located in the control panel.
The factory set parameters correspond to the motor and the size of the
door.
Caution: DO NOT CHANGE THESE PARAMETERS. Any changes or
alterations to the drive program will immediately void the warranty.
Note: For other display faults contact DYNACO customer service at
800-459-1930.
F.2. ALTIVAR 58 Specifications
Tables F-1 and F-2 list the ALTIVAR 58 Square-D Frequency Inverter
specifications.
Table F-1: ALTIVAR 58 Fault Codes
Displayed Faults
Probable Cause
OSF – Over Voltage
• Speed controller incorrectly supplied
or fuses blown.
• Transient fault on one phase.
• Line supply too low.
• Transient voltage dip.
Line supply too high.
OLF – Motor Overload
Thermal trip due to prolonged overload.
OPF – Motor Phase Loss
One phase cut at the speed controller
output.
SCF – Short Circuit
Short circuit or grounding at the speed
controller output.
PHF – Main Power Loss
USF – Under Voltage
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Procedure
Check the power connection and
the fuses.
• Check the line voltage.
• Change the load resistor.
Check the line voltage.
• Check the thermal protection
setting and monitor the motor
load.
• Wait at least 7 minutes to reset.
Check the motor connections.
• Check if the speed controller and
motor insulation connection
cables are disconnected.
• Check the speed controller
transistor bridge.
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Table F-2: ALTIVAR 58 Technical Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Voltage range
•
•
Mode of operation
Vectorial flow control without sensor.
Protections and safety features of
the inverter
Protection against short-circuits
•
•
•
200 V (-10%) to 240V (+10%) single phased
380V (-10% to 500V (+10%) three phased
Between output phases,
Between output phases and earth,
On the exits of the internal sources.
Thermal protection against overheating and over currents under voltage
and over voltage supply.
Loss of supply phase safety circuit (avoid single phase run over three
phase inverters).
Conformity to standards
The inverters respect the recommendations regarding electric
equipment of industrial control.
•
•
Low tension EN-50178
CEM immunity
IEC 1000-4-2/EN 61000-4-2 level 3
IEC 1000-4-3/EN 61000-4-3 level 3
IEC 1000-4-4/EN 61000-4-4 level 4
IEC 1000-4-5/EN 61000-4-5-level 3
IEC 1800-3/EN 61800-3, environment 1 and 2
Marking
Respects the 73/23/CEE, 93/68/CEE and CEM89/336/CEE guidelines.
Maximum relative humidity
93% without condensation or streaming, according to IEC 68-2-3
Operating temperature
14 . . +120°F without downgrading
Frequency range
50/60 Hz +/-5%
Electrical isolation
Between power and control (input, outputs, power supply).
Motor protection
Thermal protection integrated in speed controller via continuous
calculation of the l2t, taking into consideration the speed.
Memorization of motor thermal state when speed controller is powered
off.
Protection against motor phase breaks.
CE
CEM, conducted and extended emission.
IEC 1800-3/EN 61800-3, environment 1 and 2
EN 55011 class A (filters reducing incorporated radio perturbations)
EN 55022 class B, with additional filters
•
•
•
Certificates
UL and CSA
Storage temperature
-13. . . +150°F
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F.3. ALTIVAR 11 Specifications
Tables F-3 and F-4 list the ALTIVAR 58 Square-D Frequency Inverter
specifications.
Table F-3: ALTIVAR 11 Fault Codes
Displayed Faults
Probable Cause
Procedure
OSF – Overvoltage
during stead state
operation or during
acceleration
•
Line voltage too high.
•
•
Induced voltage on output
wiring.
Check the line voltage. Compare with
the drive controller nameplate ratings.
•
Reset the drive controller.
•
Verify that the wiring is correct.
PHF – Input phase
failure
•
Input phase loss, blown fuse.
•
Verify that the input power is correct.
•
Input phase imbalance.
•
Check the line fuses.
•
Transient phase fault.
•
Verify input power connections.
•
3-phase controller used on a
single-phase line supply.
•
Supply 3-phase power if needed.
•
Disable IPL (set to nO)
•
Check the cables connecting the drive
controller to the motor and the motor
insulation.
•
Check the speed controller transistor
bridge.
•
Check the motor, gain, and stability
parameters.
•
Contact DYNACO.
•
Check that the line voltage matches the
nameplate rating.
•
Check the setting of parameter UnS.
•
Replace the drive controller.
SCF – Short Circuit
SOF – Overspeed
USF – Under Voltage
• Unbalanced load.
Short circuit or grounding at the
speed controller output.
•
Instability
•
Overhauling load
•
Line supply too low.
•
Transient voltage dip.
•
Damaged precharge resistor.
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Table F-4: SquALTIVAR 11 Technical Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Voltage range
•
•
Mode of operation
Vectorial flow control without sensor.
Protections and safety features of
the inverter
Protection against short-circuits
•
•
•
200 V (-10%) to 240V (+10%) single phased
380V (-10% to 500V (+10%) three phased
Between output phases,
Between output phases and earth,
On the exits of the internal sources.
Thermal protection against overheating and over currents under
voltage and over voltage supply.
Loss of supply phase safety circuit (avoid single phase run over three
phase inverters).
Conformity to standards
The inverters respect the recommendations regarding electric
equipment of industrial control.
•
•
Low tension EN-50178
CEM immunity
IEC 1000-4-2/EN 61000-4-2 level 3
IEC 1000-4-3/EN 61000-4-3 level 3
IEC 1000-4-4/EN 61000-4-4 level 4
IEC 1000-4-5/EN 61000-4-5-level 3
IEC 1800-3/EN 61800-3, environment 1 and 2
Marking
Respects the 73/23/CEE, 93/68/CEE and CEM89/336/CEE guidelines.
Maximum relative humidity
93% without condensation or streaming, according to IEC 68-2-3
Operating temperature
14 . . +120°F without downgrading
Frequency range
50/60 Hz +/-5%
Electrical isolation
Between power and control (input, outputs, power supply).
Motor protection
Thermal protection integrated in speed controller via continuous
calculation of the l2t, taking into consideration the speed.
Memorization of motor thermal state when speed controller is powered
off.
Protection against motor phase breaks.
CE
CEM, conducted and extended emission.
IEC 1800-3/EN 61800-3, environment 1 and 2
EN 55011 class A (filters reducing incorporated radio
perturbations)
•
EN 55022 class B, with additional filters
•
•
Certificates
UL and CSA
Storage temperature
-13. . . +150°F
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F.4. ALTIVAR 31 Specifications
Tables F-5 and F-6 list the ALTIVAR 58 Square-D Frequency Inverter
specifications.
Table F-5: ALTIVAR 31 Fault Codes
Displayed Faults
bLF – Brake
Sequence
Probable Cause
Brake release current not reached.
CrF – Precharge
circuit failure
Precharge circuit damaged.
InF – Internal fault
•
•
Internal fault.
Internal connection fault.
OCF -- Overcurrent
•
Incorrect parameters settings in
the Set- and drC- menus.
Acceleration too rapid.
Drive controller and/or motor
undersized for load.
Mechanical blockage.
Short circuit or grounding at the
drive controller output.
Significant ground leakage
current at the drive controller
output if several motors are
connected in parallel.
Instability
Overhauling load
•
•
SCF – Motor short
circuit
•
•
•
SOF – Overspeed
•
•
EnF – Auto-tuning
failure
•
•
COF – Serial Link
Failure
Motor or motor power not
suitable for the drive controller.
Motor not connected to the
drive controller.
Procedure
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check the drive controller and motor
connections.
Check the motor windings.
Check the Ibr settings in the Fun-menu.
Reset the drive controller.
Replace the drive controller.
Remove sources of electromagnetic
interference.
Replace the drive controller.
Check the SET- and drC- parameters.
Ensure that the size of the motor and
drive controller is sufficient for the load.
Clear and mechanical blockage.
•
Check the cables connecting the drive
controller to the motor and the motor
insulation.
• Reduce the switching frequency.
• Connect output filters in series with the
motor.
• Check the motor, gain, and stability
parameters.
• Contact DYNACO.
• Use the L or the P ratio.
• Check the presence of the motor during
auto-tuning.
• If a downstream contractor is being
used, close it during auto-tuning.
• Check the communication bus.
• Refer to the product specific
documentation.
User defined.
EPF – External Fault
Loss of communication between the
drive controller and communication
device or remote keypad.
User defined.
LFF – Loss of 4-20
mA follower
Loss of 4-20 mA reference on input
A13.
Check the connection on input A13.
ObF – Over voltage
during deceleration
•
•
•
•
•
Braking too rapidly.
Overhauling load.
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Install a braking resistor if necessary.
Activate the brA function if it is
compatible with the application.
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DHF – Drive overload
•
•
OLF – Motor overload
•
•
OPF – Motor phase
failure
•
•
•
•
•
Drive controller or ambient
temperature is too high.
Continuous motor current load
is too high.
Thermal trip due to prolonged
motor overload.
Motor power rating too low for
the application.
Loss of phase at drive controller
output.
Downstream contactor open.
Motor not connected.
Instability in the motor current.
Drive controller oversized for
motor.
Check the motor load, the drive controller
ventilation, and the environment. Wait for the
drive controller to cool before restarting.
Check the ItH setting (motor thermal
protection, page 32), check the motor load.
Allow the motor to cool before restarting.
•
•
•
•
OSF – Overvoltage
during stead state
operation or during
acceleration
•
•
PHF – Input phase
failure
Check the connections from the drive
controller to the motor.
If a downstream contactor is being used,
set OPL to OAC. Refer to the ATV31
Programming Manual, FLtmenu.
Test the drive controller on a low power
motor or without a motor: set OPL to nO.
Refer to the ATV31 Programming
Manual, FLt- menu.
Check and optimize the UFr, UnS, and
nCr parameters and perform autotuning.
Check the line voltage. Compare with
the drive controller nameplate ratings.
Reset the drive controller.
Verify that the wiring is correct.
Line voltage too high.
Induced voltage on output
wiring.
•
•
•
Input phase loss, blown fuse.
3-phase controller used on a
single-phase line supply.
• Input phase imbalance.
• Transient phase fault.
Loss of connection between drive
controller and communication
device or remote keypad.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CFF -- Configuration
Fault
The parameter configurations are
not suited to the application.
Restore the factory settings or load the
backup configuration, if it is valid.
CF I – Configuration
fault via serial link
The parameter configurations
loaded in the drive controller via the
serial link are not suited to the
application.
•
•
Load a compatible configuration.
Check the configuration loaded
previously.
USF – Under Voltage
•
•
•
•
Check that the line voltage matches the
nameplate rating.
Check the setting of parameter UnS.
Replace the drive controller.
SLF – Serial link
failure
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Line supply too low.
Transient voltage dip.
Damaged precharge resistor.
•
•
•
•
Verify that the input power is correct.
Check the line fuses.
Verify input power connections.
Supply 3-phase power if needed.
Disable IPL (set to nO)
Check the communication connection.
Refer to the product-specific
documentation.
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Table F-6: ALTIVAR 31 Technical Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Voltage range
•
•
Mode of operation
Vectorial flow control without sensor.
Protections and safety features of the
inverter
Protection against short circuits:
200 V (-10%) to 240V (+10%) single phased
380V (-10% to 500V (+10%) three phased
•
•
•
Within internal power supplies
Between output phases
Between output phases and ground
Protection against input phase loss Thermal protection against
overheating and overcurrents Undervoltage and overvoltage
faults.
Overbraking fault.
Conformity to standards
The inverters respect the recommendations regarding electric
equipment of industrial control.
•
•
Low tension EN-50178
CEM immunity
IEC 1000-4-2/EN 61000-4-2 level 3
IEC 1000-4-3/EN 61000-4-3 level 3
IEC 1000-4-4/EN 61000-4-4 level 4
IEC 1000-4-5/EN 61000-4-5-level 3
IEC 1800-3/EN 61800-3, environment 1 and 2
Marking
Respects the 73/23/CEE, 93/68/CEE and CEM89/336/CEE
guidelines.
Maximum relative humidity
96% without condensation or streaming, according to IEC
60068-2-3
Operating temperature
14 . . +120°F without downgrading
Frequency range
50/60 Hz +/-5%
Electrical isolation
Between power and control (input, outputs, power supply).
Motor protection
Thermal protection integrated in speed controller via continuous
calculation of the l2t, taking into consideration the speed.
Protection against motor phase breaks.
CE
CEM, conducted and extended emission.
IEC 1800-3/EN 61800-3, environment 1 and 2
EN 55011 class A (filters reducing incorporated radio
perturbations)
•
EN 55022 class B, with additional filters
•
•
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Codes and Standards
Storage temperature
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UL Listed per UL 508C as incorporating electronic overload
protection: UL File E164874 CCN NMMS
• CSA Certified to CSA C22.2 No. 14: CSA File LR96921
Class 3211 06
• CE Marked in accordance with the European low
voltage (73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC) and EMC
(89/336/EEC) directives
• Conforms to applicable NEMA ICS, IEC, NOM, C-TICK,
and ISO 9001 standards
-13. . . +150°F
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Appendix G • Curtain Material Specifications
Appendix G:
Curtain Material Specifications
G.1. Curtain Material
Table G-1: Curtain Material Specifications
Component/Measure
Standard
Description/Measurement
Base Fabric
Polyester
Coating
PVC
Total Weight
ASTM D-751
26.5 oz/yd2 (900 g/m2)
Grab Break
ASTM D-751
600/550 lbs.
Strip Resistance
ASTM D-751, Proc. B
430/400 lbs. per inch
Tongue Tear
ASTM D-751, 8" x 10" specimen
70/90 lbs.
Adhesion
ASTM D-751, RF weld
11 lbs. per inch
Cold Crack
ASTM D-2136, 1/8" mandrel
Pass -40F
Standard Roll Data
Size, yards
Width, inches
65.62
118"
G.2. Curtain Composition
The DYNACO door curtain is consists of a woven polyester fabric that is
coated with plastic polyvinylchloride. See Table I-2 below for details on
its composition.
Table G-2: Curtain Composition
Composition
Percent
Polyethyleneterephtalate
20-80
Polyvinylchloride
10-40
Di-isononylphtalate (DINP)
5-40
Inert Fillers
0-30
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Standard
CAS nr.: 9002-86-2
CAS nr.: 68515-48-0
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G.3. Hazard Identification
The curtain material is not hazardous for man or environment when used
under normal conditions.
G.4. Acute and Chronic Health Hazards
No TLV exists for PVC coated fabrics. See Table I-3 for other possible
health effects.
Table G-3: Health Effects
Route of Entry
Effect
Inhalation
Not applicable
Skin
Not Applicable
Ingestion
Choking may occur depending upon size
Eye
Possible irritation due to mechanical effect
Fax
(32) 51 740 964
In Case Of Emergency
(32) 51 740 900
G.5. First Aid
Table G-4: First Aid Treatments
Route of Entry
Inhalation
Not applicable
Skin
Not Applicable
Ingestion
Eye
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Effect
•
Free the respiratory channel
•
In case of ingesting large quantities,
seek medical attention
In case of severe irritation, seek medical
attention.
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G.6. Fire Fighting
Only well trained persons, who are informed about the hazards of the
product, should fight the fire. The following guidelines should be adhered
to.
•
•
•
Wear suitable protection whenever approaching the fire or in
confined places. Use a self-contained breathing apparatus.
Wear protective, chemical resistant clothes. Avoid exposure to
the fumes whenever possible.
Clean protective clothes after the fire. Aerate and thoroughly
clean the surrounding area before re-entry.
Table G-5: Fire Fighting Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Flash Point
Not Applicable
Explosion Limits
Not Applicable
Extinguishing Media
CO2, dry chemical, water or other agents as
appropriate for materials in the surrounding
fire
Special Risks
Decomposition in the burning flame may
result in the formation of HCI
(Hydrogenchloride), CO
(Carbonmonoxyde), and CO2
(Carbondioxyde).
G.7. Accidental Release
Not Applicable.
G.8. Handling and Storage
No special precautions need be taken for personal protection. Avoid
storing the curtain in temperatures above 158° F (70°C). Doing so
eliminates slow degradation.
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G.9. Other Precautions
The following additional precautions should be taken when handling the
curtain.
•
•
•
Do not overheat the product. Upon fusion of the material, avoid
inhaling fumes by providing sufficient ventilation.
Keep away from fire.
Respect all local regulations concerning personal protection.
G.10. Exposure Controls and Personal Protection
Table G-6: Exposure Controls and Personal Protection
Condition
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Control/Protection
Technical Measures
Follow the measures for safe handling
and storage.
Release / Spilled
Containment
Not applicable
Waste Disposal Method
Disposal must be in accordance with
federal, state and local regulations. Use
an approved method for solid waste
disposal.
Precautions in Handling
Use sufficient ventilation when welding or
fusing. To avoid product degradation, do
not overheat.
TGG Alkylphtalate
5 mg/m3 based upon ACGIH TLV
recommended for di-sec-octylphtalate
Precautions when
Machining
When machining the coated fabric dry, a
dusty condition may result. Use a
suitable dust collection system and an
approved dust mask (for respiratory
protection).
During Decomposition
Take necessary protective measures to
avoid contact with fumes via skin, eye, or
inhalation. Protect the eyes and lungs by
using a protective facemask with a B-P2
filter class. Use inhalation protection that
conforms to the international and
national rules of safety and standards.
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Appendix G • Curtain Material Specifications
G.11. Physical and Chemical Properties
Table G-7: Physical and Chemical Properties
Characteristic
Specification
Appearance
Fabric sheet coated with plastic
Smell
None
Phase
Transitions
Solubility
Melting Point
Not Applicable
Boiling Point
Not Applicable
Softening
Excessive softening occurs
from 158°F onwards
Evaporation Rate
Not Applicable
Vapor Pressure
Not Applicable
Flash Point
Not Applicable
Ignition
Temperature
> 660°F (350°C)
Density
1.3-1.4 g/cm3
Vapor Density
Not Applicable
Insoluble in Water
Partly Soluble In
Ketones
Dimethylsulfoxyde
Tetrahydrofurane
Methythydrofurane
Ph
Not Applicable
Viscosity
Not Applicable
Decompositio
n
Temperatures
> 248° F (120° C)
Long Exposure > 3 hrs
> 482° F (250° C)
Short Exposure
Oxidizing Properties
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G.12. Stability and Reactivity
Table G-8: Curtain Material Stability and Reactivity
Characteristic
Specification
Stability
The product is stable under the normal conditions.
Conditions to
Avoid
When heated to decomposition / combustion
temperatures, products of decomposition
(including CO, CO2, HCI, and other volatile
agents) are released.
Materials to Avoid
None
Remarks
Material dissolves in some organic solvents.
G.13. Toxicological Information
To our knowledge, the product is biologically inert and not dangerous.
No TLV exists for PVC coated fabrics. The hazards associated with the
product are related to the individual constituents.
G.14. Environmental Information
The material is biologically inert and non-degradable
G.15. Disposal Considerations
Dispose of the coated fabric in accordance with local, federal, national,
and international regulations. Either landfill or incineration is possible if it
is in compliance with these regulations.
G.16. Transportation Information
Not Applicable
G.17. Regulation Information
Not Applicable
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G.18. Miscellaneous
This product information is based upon our actual knowledge and
experience and is not limiting. The information of the product is based on
the properties of the product as specified in the product technical data
sheet.
Be aware that whenever a product is combined or mixed with other
substances new risks may occur.
Keep to all hygiene and safety regulations when working with this
product. The MSDS does not have any effect on these regulatory
obligations.
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Appendix H • Photocell Specifications
Appendix H:
Photocell Specifications
H.1. Photoelectric Cell with Transmitter-Receiver
The Photoelectric cell is type S 1420 156 024 +
MHF TR 15/20. Three components make up the photoelectric cell.
•
•
•
Transmitter (installed on the same side of the door as the Control
Box)
Receiver (install on the opposite side of the door as the Control Box)
Amplifier (located inside the Control Box)
The transmitter sends an infrared beam to the receiver. When this beam
is interrupted, the receiver activates the electric contact in the amplifier.
This stops the door from closing and returns it to the open position.
H.2. Transmitter/Receiver Specifications
The following tables describe the Transmitter/Receiver traits.
Table H-1: Transmitter/Receiver Specifications
Characteristic
Maximum range
Specification
50 ft (100% sensibility)
16 ft (25% sensibility)
NEMA 4x
black Luran
GaAIAs LED, 880 nm
maximum 50000 lux
-4°F to +140° F
Protection degree
Case
Type of Transmitter
Light immunity
Temperature tolerances
Table H-2: Photocell Amplifier LED indicator Key
LED
On
Off
Green
Amplifier Powered
No Power to Amplifier
Red
Barrier Intact
Barrier Broken
Yellow
Sensitivity OK
Sensitivity too low
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H.3. Amplifier Specifications
The following table describes the Amplifier traits.
Table H-3: Transmitter/Receiver Specifications
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Characteristic
Current tension (pins 2 & 10)
Consumption
Exit contact (pins 1, 3, 4)
Specification
24 VAC +/- 15%, 45 to 65 Hz
2.5 VA
AC: 10A/250 VAC resistive charge
DC: 1A/250 VDC resistive charge
Temperature tolerances
-4°F to +122° F
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Appendix I • Recommended Quarterly Maintenance
Appendix I:
Recommended Quarterly Maintenance
DYNACO recommends that the following maintenance task be
performed on a quarterly basis. Contact DYNACO for assistance.
Only certified personnel should perform maintenance
on DYNACO doors. Maintenance performed by
untrained technicians may result in injury and/or
damage to equipment.
Lock out / tag out procedures must be performed while
performing maintenance tasks on DYNACO doors.
Note: Service performed by unauthorized persons may
void the DYNACO Door warrantee.
Note: The DYNACO door must be lubricated quarterly
to ensure proper operation. Apply white lithium spray
grease along the inner face of the side guides and the
curtain teeth.
Table I-1: Quarterly Maintenance List
Category
Safety
Controls /
Operations
Component
Photo Eyes
Bottom
Edge
Door
Controls
Inspections
Corrective Measures
• Eyes are clean and free of debris
• Door reverses when beam is broken.
• Adjusted and aligned in accordance with the
specifications described in this manual.
• Clean the Photo eyes.
• Replace broken parts.
• Adjust as described in this
manual. See Section 3.3.3:
Adjust the Photocell Sensitivity.
• Replace or repair broken parts,
including air tube.
• Adjust as described in this
manual. See Section 3.3.1: Set
the Door Limits for DY3000
setup or Section 4.3.1: Set the
Door Limits for DY4000 setup.
• Door reverses when tripped.
• Adjusted and aligned in accordance with the
specifications described in this manual.
• Inspect air tube for break and kinks.
Activations
Test each activation for proper function and
distance from the door (where applicable).
The distance assures that there is enough
time for the door to open.
Adjust as described in this
manual. See Section 3.3.5:
Install and Test Activation
Accessories for DY2000 setup or
Section 4.3.2: Install and Test
Activation Accessories for
DY4000 setup.
Function
Buttons
Test each button on the front panel, the
emergency stop, and the main rotary
disconnect for proper function.
Repair as needed.
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Timers
Door Limits
Curtain
• Test each limit for proper function and
distance.
• Test door for smooth operation. No jerking
should occur.
Adjust as described in this
manual. See Sections 3.3.6 to
3.3.9 for DY2000 setup or
Sections 4.3.3 to 4.3.5 for
DY4000 setup.
Repair and adjust as described
in this manual. See Section
3.3.1: Set the Door Limits for
DY3000 setup or Section 4.3.1:
Set the Door Limits for DY4000
setup.
Teeth
Inspect for broken or missing teeth.
Replace teeth as needed. Use
Craftsman™ two-jaw puller
(model #46905) to remove and
install teeth.
Curtain
Inspect for broken cables, rubber
delaminating, holes, and other damage.
Repair as needed.
Windows
Inspect for holes, delaminating, or cracking.
Clean windows. PVC polish or
cleaner, such as Novus scratch
remover, may take scratches off.
Air Tube
Inspect for breaks and kinks along the length
of the tube.
Replace or repair as needed.
Side
Guides
N/A
Head Unit
Head Unit
Motor
Counter
weight
98
Test each timer for adequate times to allow
proper door operation and traffic flow.
• Ensure that covers are properly installed.
• Test springs and hardware for tightness and
proper functionality.
• Verify that the Inner side guide plastic track
gap does not exceed 9.5mm.
• Inspect for heavy splintering present along
the guides.
• Inspect for collision damage or other
damage.
• Remove old excess grease.
• Inspect drums for damage.
• Inspect upper and lower muthylene pieces
for excessive wear.
• Remove old excess grease from the drive
sprockets.
• Verify that the safety cable is on the motor.
• Verify that the motor mounting bumpers are
tight against the head unit, to ensure that the
motor is not loose.
• Test fan for proper operation (the blades
move with the shaft).
• Inspect strap for fraying and cuts.
• Inspect nylon pulley for wear.
• Verify that counter weight movement is not
obstructed.
• Verify that pulley support is not bent or
shifted to the side.
Repair as needed.
Repair as needed.
Repair as needed.
Repair and adjust as described
in this manual. See Section 2.5:
Install the Counterweight.
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Index
A
Accessories, 4, 25, 27, 33, 48, 50, 56
Activations, 95
Air Tube, 96
Amplifier, 22, 31, 46, 93
Automatic Timer, 34, 35
B
Before You Begin, 1
Belt, 13, 14
Bottom Edge, 95
Build-out, 3
C
Cable, 15, 22, 24, 27, 45, 50, 73
Cables, 15, 73, 77
Chemical properties, 89
Conduit, 15, 21, 44
Connections, 21, 22, 24, 30, 44, 45, 46, 47
Connector, 24, 25, 47, 48, 73
Control box, 4, 15, 16, 21, 27, 31, 44, 50, 73, 75, 93
Countdown timer, 34, 35
Counter weight, 96
Counterweight, 4, 12, 13, 14
Curtain, 7, 11, 12, 13, 27, 50, 63, 85, 96
D
Disconnect, 26, 49
Disposal, 88, 90
DY2000, 17, 18, 19
DY3000, 25, 27, 28
DY4000, 41, 42, 43, 48, 49, 50, 51, 56, 58, 59, 60
Dynacoder, 25, 27, 28, 61
Dynalogix, 26, 28, 33, 34, 35, 37, 61, 65
Dynalogix II, 41, 42, 43, 48, 49, 50, 51, 56, 58, 59, 60
Dynaloop, 33, 34
E
Electrical specifications, 20, 44
Electrician, 27, 50
Environmental information, 90
Exposure controls, 88
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Fire fighting, 87
First aid, 86
Forklift, 1, 3, 8
Forklift operators, 1
Frequency inverter, 3, 77
Function Buttons. See
H
Handling and storage, 87
Hazards, 1
Head unit, 4
Head Unit, 96
Health hazards, 86
J
Jog, 61
JOG, 18, 19, 28, 29, 43, 61
K
Key, 4, 61, 93
L
LCD display, 34, 35, 38
LED, 18, 19, 28, 29, 61, 66, 68, 69, 77, 93
Limits, 27, 28, 29, 50, 96
M
Magnetic loop, 4, 33
Magnetic loop activator, 4
Manifest, 4
Motion detector, 33
Motion sensor, 4, 71
Motion sensors, 33
Motor, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 24, 30, 43, 44, 45, 73, 77, 78, 79,
80, 81, 83, 96
Motor key, 4
P
Personal protection, 88
Photo Cell, 31, 61, 93
Photo eye, 27, 50
Amplifier, 22, 46
99
Index
Connections, 22, 46
Disable Position, 39
Mounting, 15
Sensitivity, 31
Shut off position, 53
Wiring, 22, 46
Photo Eyes, 95
Photoelectric, 93
Pneumatic sensor, 32
Pneumatic tube, 16, 32
Pneumatic Tube, 4, 16
Power, 18, 20, 21, 26, 27, 44, 49, 50, 61, 71, 73, 75, 77, 78,
79, 80, 82, 83, 93
Programming mode, 28, 29
Pull cord, 4, 33, 35
R
Re-introduction points, 7
Remote control, 4, 33, 65, 66, 71
S
Safety, 1
Serial number, 4
Side Guides, 96
Side-guides, 4, 6, 63
T
Teeth, 96
Timers, 96
Tools, 3
Toxicological information, 90
U
Unpacking, 3
W
Wall mounting techniques, 63
Windows, 96
Wiring, 22, 24, 25, 27, 31, 46, 47, 48, 50, 79, 82
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