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Anleitung für Montage, Betrieb und Wartung
Garagentor-Antrieb
GB
Installation, Operating and Maintenance
Instructions
Garage Door Operator
F
Instructions de montage, de manoeuvre et
d’entretien
Motorisation de porte de garage
NL
Handleiding voor montage, bediening en
onderhoud
Garagedeuraandrijving
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Istruzioni per il montaggio, l'uso e la
manutenzione
Motorizzazione da garage
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Instrucciones para el montaje, funcionamiento
y mantenimiento
Automatismo para puerta de garaje
P
Instruções de montagem, funcionamento
e manutenção
Automatismo para portões de garagem
Deutsch................................................................................. 3
English .................................................................................. 6
Français ................................................................................ 9
Nederlands ......................................................................... 12
Italiano ................................................................................ 15
Español ............................................................................... 18
Português ........................................................................... 21
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13 mm
Ø 10 mm
10 mm
Ø 5 mm
4 mm
T 30
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
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Supplied items
Required tools for installation
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1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
IMPORTANT NOTES
Important safety instructions
Warranty
Checking the door / door system
Important instructions for a safe installation
Before installing the garage door operator
Carrying out the installation work
Warnings
Maintenance advice
Information on the illustrated section
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Illustrated section
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Garage door operator
Required clearance for installing the operator
Latching on a sectional door
Centrally positioned lock on a sectional door
Off-centred reinforcement profile on a sectional door
Latching on an up-and-over door
Up-and-over doors with an ornamental wrought
iron handle
2.8
Boom
2.9
Before installing the boom
2.10 Installing the boom
2.11 Boom operating modes
2.11.1 Manual operation
2.11.2 Automatic operation
2.12 Establishing the end-of-travel positions by
installing the limit stops
2.13 Tensioning the toothed belt
INSTALLING THE GARAGE DOOR OPERATOR
AND ACCESSORIES
3.1
Notes on electrical work
3.2
Electrical connection / terminals
3.3
Operator lighting
3.4
Connecting additional components / accessories
3.5
Connecting an external radio receiver
3.6
Connecting external impulse buttons to start or
stop door cycles
3.7
Connecting the IT3b internal push-button unit
3.7.1 Impulse button to start or stop door cycles
3.7.2 Light switch to switch the operator lighting on/off
3.7.3 Push-button to switch all the control elements on/off
3.8
Connecting a two-wire photocell
3.9
Connecting a self-monitoring wicket door contact
3.10 Connecting a closing edge safety device
3.11 Connecting the HOR1 option relay
3.12 Connecting the UAP1 universal adapter print
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5.1
5.2
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FUNCTION SELECTION
6.1
MENU P
6.1.1 Programming a radio code using the internal
radio receiver
6.1.2 Deleting all the radio codes of a function
6.1.3 Setting the "partial opening" position
6.1.4 Setting the reversing limit "closing edge safety
device / leading photocell"
6.2
MENU 2
6.2.1 Setting the operator lighting – persistence time
6.2.2 Setting the operator lighting – radio signal,
external push-button
6.2.3 External radio function of the 2nd channel
6.3
MENU 0 – normal operation
6.3.1 Behaviour of the garage door operator after
2-3 fast-opening cycles in succession
PUTTING THE OPERATOR INTO SERVICE
General information
Menu selection
Putting into service
MENU J – adjustment / setting of the door type
MENU 1 – learning cycle / programming the
operator
4.5.1 Programming the travel limits and the attached
safety devices
4.6
Resetting the control system / restoring the
factory settings
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7.8
7.10
SPECIAL MENUS
Selecting the special menus
General information on the special menus
(menu 3 – menu A)
7-segment display when changing from the
customer menu to the special menus
7-segment display after selecting a special menu
MENU 3 – automatic timed closing
MENU 4 – safety devices
MENU 5 – setting of:
- advance warning phase
- options relay
- maintenance indication
Maintenance indication
Overview of maintenance intervals
MENU 6 – force limit during operation in the
CLOSE direction
Checking the forces in the CLOSE direction
MENU 7 – behaviour during operation in the
CLOSE direction
MENU 8 – force limit during operation in the
OPEN direction
Checking the forces in the OPEN direction
MENU 9 – behaviour during operation in the
OPEN direction
MENU A – maximum force
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ERROR MESSAGES AND WARNINGS
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DISMANTLING
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TERMS OF WARRANTY
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11.1
TECHNICAL DATA
Spare lamp
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.5.1
7.5.2
7.6
7.6.1
7.7
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4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
HAND TRANSMITTER
Important notes on the use of the hand transmitter
Restoring the factory code
7.8.1
7.9
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing this quality product from our company.
Please keep these instructions in a safe place for later reference.
Please observe the following instructions. They provide you with
important information on the safe installation, operation and
correct care/maintenance of your garage door operator, thus
ensuring that this product will give you satisfaction for many
years to come.
Please observe all our safety notes and warnings, specifically
headed ATTENTION, CAUTION or Note.
1.1.2 Checking the door / door system
The design of the operator is not suitable nor intended
for the opening and closing of heavy doors, i.e. doors
that can no longer be opened or closed manually or
only do so with extreme difficulty. Before installing
the operator, it is therefore necessary to check
the door and make sure that it can also be easily
moved by hand.
To do this, raise the door approx. 1 metre and then let it
go. The door should retain this position, moving neither
up nor down. If the door, moves in any of the two directions, there is a risk that the compensating springs are
defective or incorrectly adjusted. In this case, increased
wear and malfunctioning of the door system is to be
expected.
ATTENTION
Installation, maintenance, repair and dismantling
of the garage door operator may only be carried
out by specialists.
CAUTION: Danger to life!
Never attempt to change, readjust, repair or
move the compensating springs for the door’s
counterbalance mechanism or their holders.
The springs are under considerable tension
and can cause serious injury.
Furthermore, check the entire door system
(pivots, door bearings, cables, springs and
fastenings) for wear and possible damage.
Check for signs of corrosion and fractures.
The door system may not be used if repair or
adjustment work needs to be carried out. Always remember that a fault in the door system
or a misaligned door can also cause severe
injury.
Note
The inspection log book and instructions for safe handling
and maintenance of the door must be placed at the disposal of the end user.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
ATTENTION
Incorrect installation or handling of the operator
could result in serious injury. Therefore, please
follow these instructions fully and with due care.
1.1
Important safety instructions
The garage door operator is designed and intended
exclusively for the impulse operation of spring-balanced
up-and-over and sectional doors in the domestic /
non-commercial sector as well as for garage doors
subjected to greater wear (e.g. underground and collective garages). Use in the commercial sector is not
permitted.
Please observe the manufacturer’s specifications regarding the door and operator combination. Possible hazards
as defined in EN 12604 and EN 12453 are prevented
by the design itself and by carrying out installation in
accordance with our guidelines. Door systems used by
the general public and equipped with a single protective
device only, e.g. force limit, may only be used when
monitored.
1.1.1 Warranty
We shall be exempt from our warranty obligations and
product liability in the event that the customer carries out
his own structural alterations or undertakes improper
installation work or arranges for same to be carried out
by others without our prior approval and contrary to the
installation guidelines we have provided. Moreover, we
shall accept no responsibility for the inadvertent or negligent operation of the operator and accessories nor for
the improper maintenance of the door and/or its counterbalance mechanism. Batteries and light bulbs are also
not covered by the warranty.
Note
Should the garage operator fail, a specialist must be
immediately entrusted with its inspection / repair.
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Note
Before installing the operator and in the interests of personal
safety, make sure that any work on the door’s compensating springs, and if necessary, any maintenance and repair
work, is carried out by a specialist.
Only correct fitting and maintenance in compliance with
the instructions by a competent/specialist company or a
competent/qualified person ensures safe and flawless
operation of the system.
1.2
Important instructions for a safe installation
The specialist carrying out the work must ensure that installation is conducted in compliance with the prevailing
national regulations on occupational safety and those
governing the operation of electrical equipment.
Possible hazards as defined in DIN EN 13241-1 are prevented by the design itself and by carrying out installation in accordance with our guidelines.
1.2.1 Before installing the garage door operator check
that the door is in a flawless mechanical condition and
is correctly balanced, so that it can be easily moved
by hand (EN 12604). Further check whether the door
opens and closes properly (see section 1.1.2).
In addition, any of the door’s mechanical locks and
latches not needed for power operation of the garage
door should be immobilized. This includes in particular
any locking mechanism connected with the door lock
(see sections 2.3 and 2.6).
The garage door operator is designed for use in dry
buildings and therefore must not be installed outdoors.
The garage ceiling must be constructed in such a way
as to guarantee safe, secure anchoring of the operator.
In the case of ceilings that are too high or too lightweight,
the operator must be attached to additional braces.
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1.2.2 Carrying out the installation work
1.4
Maintenance advice
The garage door operator is maintenance-free. For your
own safety, however, we recommend having the door
system checked by a specialist in accordance with
the manufacturer’s specifications.
Inspection and maintenance work may only be carried
out by a specialist. In this connection, please contact
your supplier. A visual inspection may be carried out by
the owner.
If repairs become necessary, please contact your supplier.
We would like to point out that any repairs not carried
out properly or with due professionalism shall render the
warranty null and void.
1.5
Information on the illustrated section
The illustrated section shows installation of the operator
on a sectional door.
Where installation differs for an up-and-over door, this is
shown in addition.
In this instance, letters are assigned to the figures as
follows:
Note
The fixing materials supplied must be inspected for suitability for the specific place of installation by the person
carrying out the installation.
The clearance between the highest point of the door
and the ceiling (also when the door is opening) must
be at least 30 mm (see fig. 1.1a/1.1b ). If clearance is
inadequate, the operator may also be installed behind
the opened door, provided sufficient space is available.
In such instances, an extended door link must be used
(to be ordered separately). The garage door operator can
be positioned off-centre by max. 50 cm, the exception
being sectional doors with high-lift tracks ("H" tracks),
where a special track fitting is required.
The required power outlet should be installed at a distance of approx. 50 cm from the operator head.
Please check these dimensions!
1.3
Warnings
a to a sectional door and
O
Permanently installed controls (such as
push-buttons, switches etc.) have to be
installed within sight of the door but well
away from any moving parts at a height
of at least 1.5 m. It is vital that they are
installed out of the reach of children.
b to an up-and-over door.
O
Note
A sign warning about the trap hazard must be permanently
affixed at a conspicuous location or in the proximity of the
permanently installed push-buttons used to operate the
door.
Make sure that
- neither persons nor objects are located
within the door’s range of travel.
Some of the figures additionally include the symbol
shown below, offering a text reference. This text reference
provides you with important information regarding installation and operation of the garage door operator in the
following illustrated section.
Example:
- children do not play around with the
door system.
- the rope of the mechanical release on
the carriage cannot become entangled
in the ceiling’s support system or in any
other protruding parts of vehicles or the
door.
ATTENTION
For garages without a second access door, an
emergency release must be fitted to ensure
that there is no danger of getting locked out.
This must be ordered separately and its function
checked once a month.
2.2
= see text section, point 2.2
In addition, in both the text section and the illustrated
section at the points where the menus of the operator
are explained, the following symbol appears to indicate
a factory setting or settings.
= factory setting
ATTENTION
Do not allow anyone to hang bodily from the
pull rope with knob.
Copyright.
No part of this manual may be reproduced
without our prior permission. Subject to changes.
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1.2.2 /2.2
1.1a
1a
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1.4 a
1.2 a
1.5 a /1.6 a
1.4 a
1.2a
2.3
1.3 a
1.2 a
1.5 a /1.6 a
1.3 a
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2.4 /2.5
B
B
B
B
B
Ø
B
5
EPU/LTE/ LPU/LTH 40
1.6 a
Ø
10
≥113
≥138
A
EPU/LTE/ LPU/LTH 40
Ø
10
60
55
A
26
> 55
≥ 65
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1.2.2 / 2.2
1.5 b /1.6 b
30
1.2 b
1.3 b
1.4 b
1.2b
1.2 b
1.3 b
1.4 b
1.3 b
2.6
1.5 b
2.7
2.6
N 80 = 50
DF 98 = 85
1.4 b
2.6
B
5
1
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2
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1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
N 80
1/2
B
2.7
1/2
N 80
1/2
B
Ø
10
1/2
DF 98
1/2
1/2
1/2
90
A
Ø
F 80
10
1/2
1/2
60
67
A
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2.1
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2.10
2.1- 2.3
2.5
0
20
2.4
2.2
2.3
2.4 a
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2.4b
2.10
BR40 N/L/Z
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ax
m
0
25
x.
a
m
60
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A
2.5
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3.1a
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E
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3.1b
3.1b
N 80
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E
DF 98
E
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2.11.1
4.2
2.11.1
5.1
2.12
5.2
2.12
10
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2.11.2
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3.1
YE
BN
WH
GN
I2 22
24V 5
I1 21
0V 20
BUS
X30
230-240 V
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3.2
min. 1 x 0,5 mm2
max. 1 x 2,5 mm2
3.6
10
+ - + -
22
5
21
11.1
3.7
11
3.7.1
+ - + -
22
5
21
11.2
3.7.2
12
3.8
11.3
3.7.3
0V
0V
TX
RX
0V
TX
0V
RX
22
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+24V
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21
20
BUS
0V
5
3
1
4
3.10
14
22
+ 24V
5
21
20
BUS
0V
15
5
2
1
4
3.11
HOR 1
22
HOR1
16
5
21
20
.8
.5
.6
X30
U
3.12
22
UAP1
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21
20
X30
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GB
F
Hinweis
In den Menüs werden die aktuellen Einstellungen durch
einen leuchtenden Punkt dargestellt.
NL
Opmerking
In de menu's worden de actuele instellingen door
een lichtend punt weergegeven.
Note
In the menus the current settings are represented by a
glowing decimal point.
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Avvertenza
Le impostazioni effettuate vengono rappresentate nei
menu mediante un punto luminoso
Remarque
Dans les menus,
les réglages en
cours sont
indiqués par
un point
lumineux.
E
Nota
En los menús se representan los ajustes actuales con
un punto luminoso.
P
Instrução
Nos menus, os ajustes actuais são apresentados
através de um ponto luminoso.
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4.4
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4.5.1
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5
5.2
1x 12 Volt
23A
22.1
6.1.1
22.2
6.1.1
22.3
6.1.1
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6.1.4
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0
6.1.3
50
22.4
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6.2.1
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2 min.
3 min.
4 min.
5 min.
23.2
6.2.2
5 min.
10 min.
15 min.
23.3
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6.2.3
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F
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SONDERMENÜS
SPECIAL MENUS
MENUS DE SERVICE
SPECIALE MENU'S
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MENU SPECIALI
E
MENÚS ESPECIALES
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MENUS ESPECIAIS
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7.3
24
0 sec.
10 sec.
7.2.1
20 sec.
30 sec.
45 sec.
7.2.2
60 sec.
90 sec.
120 sec.
150 sec.
180 sec.
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25
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19
0V
4
+ 24V
5
19
18
4
7.4
7.2.2
0V
+ 24V
0V
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26
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5 sec.
7.2.1
10 sec.
7.2.2
1 sec.
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7.2.1
7.2.2
7.6.1
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7.2.1
7.2.2
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7.2.1
7.2.2
7.8.1
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7.2.2
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7.2.2
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2
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Note
When drilling holes, cover the operator so as to avoid the
penetration of dust and shavings, since these can lead to
malfunctions.
2.1
Garage door operator
2.2
Required clearance for installing the operator
When installing the operator the clearance between the
door at its highest point of travel and the ceiling must be
at least 30 mm (see fig. 1.1a/1.1b ). Please check
these dimensions!
2.3
On a sectional door, the mechanical latch must be
completely dismantled (see fig. 1.3a ).
ATTENTION
When installing the operator the pull rope must
be removed (see fig. 1.2a )
2.4
Centrally positioned lock on a sectional door
For sectional doors with a centrally positioned handle,
fit the lintel bracket and the door link bracket off-centre
(see fig. 1.5a ).
2.5
2.10
Note
For underground and collective garage operators, the boom
has to be fixed to the ceiling using a second support. See
figs. 2.4a and 2.5 for mounting.
2.11
Note
If on disengagement the carriage is at the CLOSE end-oftravel position, the rope of the mechanical release must be
pulled until the carriage has been moved so far along the
boom that it can no longer hook into the limit stop (carriage
travels a distance of approx. 3 cm). To be able to permanently operate the door manually, the rope must be fixed
on the carriage as shown in fig. 4.2 .
ATTENTION
If in countries in which the European Standard
EN 13241-1 must be complied with, the garage
door operator is retrofitted by a specialist to a
Hörmann sectional door without spring
breakage safety device (BR30), the installer
responsible must also install a retrofit kit to the
carriage. This kit comprises a screw to secure
the carriage against inadvertent disengagement
and a new pull rope sign, showing how to use
the kit and carriage in the two boom operating
modes.
Note
For timber doors, use - contrary to the illustrated section 5 x 35 wood screws from the pack of screws supplied with
the door (3 mm Ø drill hole).
The mechanical latches on an up-and-over door
must be immobilized (see figs. 1.2b/1.3b/1.4b ). The
latches for door models not referred to in these
instructions must be locked in position on site.
2.7
Note
For up-and-over doors with an ornamental wrought
iron door handle - contrary to the illustrated section
(see figs. 1.5b/1.6b) - the lintel bracket and the door link
bracket must be attached off-centre.
2.11.2 Automatic operation (see fig. 6 )
The belt lock is engaged in the carriage, i.e. the door
and the operator are connected to each other, thereby
allowing power operation of the door.
To prepare the carriage for engagement, the green button
must be pressed. The belt must then be moved towards
the carriage until the belt lock engages into it.
ATTENTION
Do not insert fingers into the boom while the
door is moving ➜ Risk of trapped fingers!
For N80-doors with timber infill, the lower holes in the lintel
bracket have to be used for installation (see fig. 1.6b).
2.8
Boom
2.12
ATTENTION
Depending on the application, only the booms
recommended by us may be used for the garage
door operators (see product information).
2.9
Boom operating modes
The boom allows two different operating modes:
2.11.1 Manual operation (see fig. 4.1 )
The carriage is disengaged from the belt lock; i.e. the
door is not directly connected to the operator enabling
the door to be moved by hand.
To disengage the carriage, the rope of the mechanical
release must have been pulled.
Off-centred reinforcement profile on a sectional
door
In the case of an off-centred reinforcement profile on a
sectional door, fit the door link bracket to the nearest
reinforcement profile on the left or right (see fig. 1.5a ).
2.6
Installing the boom
Before installing the boom
Note
Before mounting the boom to the lintel or ceiling, push the
carriage in the engaged state (see section 2.11.2) approx.
20 cm from the CLOSE end-of-travel position into the OPEN
end-of-travel position. It is no longer possible to do this with
the carriage engaged, once the limit stops and the operator
have been installed (see fig. 2.1 ).
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Establishing the end-of-travel positions by
installing the limit stops
1) Insert the limit stop for the OPEN end-of-travel position
loosely into the boom between the carriage and the
drive unit. Push the door by hand into the OPEN
position. In doing so, the limit stop is pushed into the
correct position. Secure the limit stop for the OPEN
end-of-travel position (see fig. 5.1 ).
Note
If in the OPEN end-of-travel position the door does not
reach the full passage height, the limit stop can be removed
so that the integrated limit stop (in the drive unit head) is
used.
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2) Insert the limit stop for the CLOSE end-of-travel position loosely into the boom between the carriage and
the drive unit. Push the door by hand into the CLOSE
position. In this way the limit stop is pushed close to
its correct position. When the CLOSE end-of-travel
position has been reached, move the limit stop
approx. 1 cm further towards the CLOSE position
and then fix it in place (see fig. 5.2).
3.5
Note
If you are unable to push the door manually into the desired
OPEN or CLOSE position, this indicates that the door
mechanics are too sluggish to be used with the garage door
operator and must therefore be checked (see section 1.1.2)!
2.13
Tensioning the toothed belt
The toothed belt of the operator boom is factory-set for
optimum tension. During the starting and braking phases
of larger doors it can happen that the belt hangs out of
the boom temporarily. This, however, is of no technical
disadvantage nor does it have any negative effect on the
operator’s function and service life.
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INSTALLING THE GARAGE DOOR OPERATOR
AND ACCESSORIES
3.1
Notes on electrical work
ATTENTION
The following sections apply to any
electrical work:
- Electrical connections may only be made by a
qualified electrician!
- The on-site electrical installation must comply
with the relevant safety regulations (230/240 V AC,
50/60 Hz)!
- Before working on the operator, always unplug
from the mains!
- External voltage at any terminals of the control
system will completely destroy the electronics!
- To avoid malfunctions, ensure that the control
cables of the operator (24 V DC) are laid in an
installation system separate to the other supply
lines (230 V AC)!
3.2
Electrical connection / terminals (see fig. 8 )
The terminals are accessible after removing the operator
cover.
Note
All terminals can be multiple-assigned, however,
min. 1 x 0.5 mm2 und max. 1 x 2.5 mm2 (see fig. 9 ).
Connecting an external radio receiver*
This garage door operator can also be connected to an
external 2-channel radio receiver to perform the "impulse",
"light" or "partial opening" functions. The receiver plug is
inserted into the corresponding module slot (see fig. 8 ).
In the case of receivers with the same radio frequency the
data of the integral radio module must first be deleted
(see section 6.1.2).
Note
The aerial cable of the radio receiver should not come into
contact with any metal parts (nails, braces, etc.). The best
alignment to achieve an optimum range must be established
by trial and error. GSM mobile phones operated simultaneously may influence the range of the remote control.
The first channel of a two-channel receiver always has
the function of the impulse sequence control. The second
channel can be used for operating the operator lighting or
partial opening (see section 6.2.3).
3.6
Connecting external impulse buttons* to start or
stop door cycles
One or several buttons with potential-free N.O. contacts,
e.g. internal push-buttons or key switches can be connected in parallel (see fig. 10 ).
3.7
Connecting the IT3b* internal push-button unit
(see fig. 11 )
3.7.1 Impulse button to start or stop door cycles
(see fig. 11.1 )
3.7.2 Light switch to switch the operator lighting on/off
(see fig. 11.2 )
3.7.3 Push-button to switch all the control elements
on/off (see fig. 11.3 )
3.8
Connecting a two-wire photocell* (dynamic)
Photocells must be connected as shown in fig. 12 .
Note
To install a photocell, follow the corresponding instructions.
After the photocell has been activated, the operator stops
and causes the door to travel to the OPEN end-of-travel
position (safety return).
3.9
Connecting a self-monitoring wicket door contact*
Wicket door contacts switching to ground (0 V) must be
connected as shown in fig. 13 .
3.10
Connecting a closing edge safety device*
Closing edge safety devices switching to ground (0 V)
must be connected as shown in fig. 14 .
Once the closing edge safety device has been activated,
the operator stops and the door reverses in the OPEN
direction.
3.11
Connecting the HOR1 option relay* (see fig. 15 )
The HOR1 option relay is required for connecting an
external lamp or warning light.
3.12
Connecting the UAP1 universal adapter print*
(see fig. 16 )
The UAP1 universal adapter print may be used for
connecting control elements from series 1 as well as for
signalling the OPEN and CLOSE end-of-travel positions.
The BUS offers the option of connecting special functions.
3.3
Operator lighting
ATTENTION
The minimum distance to a lighted surface must
be at least 0.1 m (see fig. 7 ).
3.4
Connecting additional components / accessories
Note
Loading of the operator by the accessories: max. 250 mA.
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PUTTING THE OPERATOR INTO SERVICE
4.1
General information
The operator control contains 13 menus, via which the
user can select numerous functions. To put the operator
into service, however, only two menus are required:
adjustment/setting of the door type (menu J) and learning
the distance of travel (menu 1).
distance of travel as well as the required force to open
and close the door are learned and automatically stored.
4.5.1 Programming the travel limits and the attached
safety devices (see fig. 20 )
Note
The safety devices must be mounted and connected before
the operator is programmed.
If further safety devices are connected at a later date, then
the operator must be programmed to learn these. This
requires that a new learning cycle is carried out or the corresponding parameter must be set manually in menu 4.
Note
Menus J, 1, P and 2 are putting into service/function selection and customer menus; menus 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and A
are special menus and should be altered only if needed.
4.2
Menu selection
Menu selection is made via the PRG button. Here pressing
the button results in changing to the next menu. On
reaching menu P, the system changes back to menu 0.
Before starting the first learning cycle in the CLOSE
direction, check whether one or more safety devices are
connected. If so, the corresponding menu (menu 4) is
automatically selected.
Note
The menus are released for approx. 60 s, after which the
system changes back to menu 0.
4.3
4.4
Note
The carriage must be engaged (see fig. 6 ) and there
must be no obstructions in the functional area of the safety
devices!
Putting into service
On first-time operation, the control system automatically
switches to menu J. After having set the door type,
press the PRG button to change to menu 1. On completing the learning cycles, the system automatically
changes back to menu 0 (normal operation).
If necessary, switch the control system to the learning
mode by pressing the PRG button to change to menu 1.
Now, a flashing L is displayed after the 1:
- First press the OPEN () button. The door travels to
the OPEN end-of-travel position.
- Then press the CLOSE () button. The door travels
to the CLOSE end-of-travel position. Now, the door
automatically performs a complete opening cycle and
a rapidly flashing L is displayed.
- Press the CLOSE () button again. Once the door has
reached the CLOSE end-of travel position, the door
automatically performs another complete opening
cycle. The operator performs the next cycle (a closing
and an opening cycle) automatically.
- Once the OPEN end-of-travel position has been
reached, a number flashes. This indicates the maximum force established.
MENU J – adjustment / setting of the door type
(see fig. 19 )
Note
Menu J can only be accessed on first-time operation or
after restoring the factory settings (see section 4.6/fig. 32 ).
In this menu, the operator is optimally adjusted to the
corresponding door. To be able to alter a parameter,
press the PRG button until the display flashes rapidly. By
pressing the OPEN button () or the CLOSE button ()
you can page through the menu. To be able to alter the
parameter, first select the parameter to be changed. Then
press the PRG button until the decimal point flashes in
addition.
Display
Operator on
Sectional door
Up-and-over door
(door swinging open
towards outside)
Retractable up-andover door (door
swinging open
towards inside)
Side sectional door,
...
Note
The numbers displayed in relation to the maximum force
established indicate the following:
0-2
optimum forces
3-9
poor forces; the door system needs to be
checked / readjusted
Active settings
Menu 7
Menu 9
1, 2, 5
1, 3, 5, 9
0, 2, 5
1, 3, 5, 8
1, 2, 5
0, 3, 6, 9
1, 2, 5
1, 3, 5,
8, A
ATTENTION
On completing the learning cycles, the person
putting the system into service must check the
functions of the safety devices and the settings
in menu 4. Afterwards the system is ready
for operation.
Note
The motor of the garage door operator features thermal
overload protection.
If within 2 minutes 2-3 fast-opening cycles take place in
succession, this safeguard reduces the speed, i.e. travel
in both the OPEN and CLOSE directions proceeds at the
same speed. After a rest period of a further two minutes,
the next opening cycle is performed at fast speed again.
Note
For side-hinged doors (with two leaves) parameter "3"
should be set. If the door speeds need to be reduced, then
the corresponding settings should be made in menus 7 and 9.
4.5
MENU 1 – learning cycle / programming the
operator
Select menu 1 by pressing the PRG button. In this menu
the operator can be tuned to the door. In the process, the
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Resetting the control system / restoring the
factory settings (see fig. 32 )
To reset the control system, proceed as follows:
1. Pull out the mains plug
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2.
3.
4.
5.
2. Take a blunt object and gently press and hold button .
Press and hold the PRG button
Insert the mains plug
Release the PRG button as soon as C is displayed
Adjust and programme the operator
Note:
Do not use any sharp objects. Excessive pressure can
destroy the button.
Note
The programmed radio codes (impulse / light / partial
opening) are retained.
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HAND TRANSMITTER (see fig. 21 )
5.1
3. Press and hold the button that you wish to code.
The transmitter LED flashes slowly.
4. If the small button is held down until the slow flashing
phase ends, the control button will then be re-coded
with the original factory code and the LED starts
flashing rapidly.
5. Close the battery compartment cover.
6. Re-programme the receivers.
LED
Buttons
Battery compartment cover
Battery
Reset button
Hand transmitter holder
6
Note
In the menus, comprising several parameter blocks, only
one parameter per block can be activated.
Important notes on using the hand transmitter
Only genuine parts must be used for putting the remote
control into service!
6.1
ATTENTION
If the garage does not have a separate access
door, any changes or additional programming
must be done from inside the garage. When
programming (menu 2) and extending the remote
control, it must be ensured that neither persons
nor equipment are located within the door’s
range of travel. On completing the programming
or extension of the remote control, the functions
must be checked.
Note
The local conditions may affect the range of the remote
control!
ATTENTION
Hand transmitters must be kept out of the reach of
children and may only be used by persons familiarized with the function of a remote-controlled
door system. Only operate the hand transmitter
within sight of the door. Doorways of remotecontrolled door systems may only be passed
through provided the garage door is at the OPEN
end-of-travel position, i.e. has opened fully.
FUNCTION SELECTION
MENU P
In this menu the radio codes of the impulse sequence
control (parameter 0, see fig. 22.1 ), the light function
(parameter 1, see fig. 22.2 ) and partial opening (parameter 2, see fig. 22.3 ) can be programmed. In addition,
in this menu the "partial opening" position (parameter 3)
as well as the "closing edge safety device / leading
photocell" reversing limit (parameter 4) can be set.
Display
Radio
Function
channel 1
impulse
channel 2
light
channel 3
partial opening
––
––
Setting "partial opening"
position
Reversing limit
"closing edge safety device /
Leading photocell" (closing edge
safety device is preset)
6.1.1 Programming a radio code using the internal radio
receiver (see fig. 22.1/22.2/22.3 )
Note
The hand transmitter must be protected against:
• direct exposure to sunlight
(permitted ambient temperature: -20 °C up to +60 °C)
• humidity
• dust
Non-observance may affect the function of the hand
transmitter!
5.2
Restoring the factory code (see fig. 21 )
Note:
The following steps are only necessary in the event of
erroneous extension or learning procedures.
The code place of each button on the hand transmitter
can be reset to the original factory code or programmed
with a new code.
1. Open the battery compartment cover - a small button
on the circuit board can be accessed.
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Note
Per function a maximum of 12 different codes can be
programmed.
1. Select menu P.
2. Select parameter 0, 1 or 2.
3. Press the PRG-button until the decimal points starts
to flash slowly.
4. If a button on the hand transmitter is pressed and the
receiver recognizes this transmitted code, the display
flashes rapidly.
5. The code is now stored in the memory.
6. The operator remains in the selected parameter of
menu P.
Press the PRG-button to return to normal operation
(menu 0)
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Note
If the same radio code is programmed for two different
functions, the code for the function first programmed is
deleted and the most recently programmed code remains
valid.
6.1.2 Deleting all the radio codes of a function
1. Select menu P.
2. Select parameter 0, 1 or 2.
3. Press the PRG-button until the decimal points starts
to flash.
4. Press OPEN button () and CLOSE button ()
simultaneously.
5. The decimal point stops flashing; all the codes of
the corresponding function have now been deleted.
6.1.3 Setting the "partial opening" position
(see fig. 22.4 )
Note
The "partial opening" position can only be set once the
operator has completed the learning process.
In menu P, the "partial opening" position can be set via
parameter 3. The display flashes slowly. Press the PRG
button and keep it pressed until the decimal point flashes.
Now, the parameter has been activated. Using the OPEN
button () and CLOSE button () the door can be operated in dead man’s mode.
When the desired position has been reached, press the
PRG button until the display flashes rapidly. The decimal
point goes out and the display flashes slowly.
Note
The setting range of the "partial opening" position ranges
from the OPEN end-of-travel position up to approx.
120 mm (carriage travel) in front of the CLOSE position.
The standard factory setting is approx. 260 mm (carriage
travel) in front of the CLOSE end-of-travel position.
6.1.4 Setting the reversing limit "closing edge safety
device / leading photocell" (see fig. 22.5 )
Note
The reversing limit "closing edge safety device / leading
photocell" can only be set once the operator has completed
the learning process and parameters 3 and 4 in menu 4
have been activated.
In menu P, the setting of the reversing limit "closing
edge safety device / leading photocell" can be set via
parameter 4. The reversing limit "closing edge safety
device / leading photocell" is preset for the closing edge
safety device in front of the CLOSE end-of-travel position.
Parameter 4 is selected and activated, i.e. the PRG button has to be pressed until the decimal point lights up.
With the OPEN button () the operator is moved to the
OPEN end-of-travel position. Subsequently, a test body
(max. 300 x 50 x 16.25 mm, for instance a folding rule)
is placed on the floor within range of the leading photocell in such a way that the smallest dimension faces
upwards. Press the CLOSE button (). The door travels
downwards until the safety device detects the test body.
The position is stored and checked for plausibility. Then
the operator reverses. If the process has been successful, the display flashes rapidly. The parameter is then
displayed flashing slowly without the decimal point.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
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MENU 2
Select menu 2 by pressing the PRG button. Upon selection, the menu number remains displayed for a short
period. Afterwards, the active menu parameter (persistence time) is displayed with the decimal point flashing
rapidly.
Press the OPEN button () or the CLOSE button () to
page through the menu. To be able to change the parameter, the parameter to be set must be selected. Then
press the PRG button until the decimal point also flashes.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
6.2.1 Setting the operator lighting – persistence time
(see fig. 23.1 )
Menu 2 affects the internal light relay. As soon as the
door starts moving, the light relay is switched on, if a
parameter greater than 0 (1-5) has been selected. If
the door has completed its cycle, the operator lighting
remains active for the preset time (persistence time).
ATTENTION
Do not touch the cold-light reflector lamp when
under voltage or shortly after switching off the
lamp ➜ Risk of burning!
6.2.2 Setting the operator lighting – radio signal,
external push-button (see fig. 23.2 )
With parameters 6-9, the time the operator lighting stays
on can be set. The operator lighting can be switched on
via a radio signal or an external push-button (e.g. IT 3b
internal push-button unit).
The operator lighting can also be switched off prematurely
via the same control elements (radio signal or external
push-button).
6.2.3 External radio function of the 2nd channel
(see fig. 23.3 )
If an external 2-channel radio receiver is connected to the
operator, you have the option of using the second channel
for controlling the operator lighting (parameter A).
Note
While the door is moving, the light cannot be switched on
and off!
If the external 2-channel radio receiver is used for partial
opening, parameter b must be activated.
Display
Function
Operator lighting persistence time
not active
1 minute
2 minutes
3 minutes
4 minutes
5 minutes
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Operator lighting by radio signal, external push-button
the decimal point lights up. If the PRG button is released
prematurely, this calls up the next menu. If no button is
pressed and the operator has completed the learning
process, the control system automatically returns to normal operation (menu 0).
not active
5 minutes
7.2.1 7-segment display when changing from the
customer menu to the special menus
10 minutes
Note
When changing to the special menus, depending on the
current setting in menu 2, a number between "0" and "6"
flashes in the 7-segment display.
15 minutes
Radio function of the 2nd channel
Operator lighting
7.2.2 7-segment display after selecting a special menu
Note
After selecting a special menu, a number between 0…9
can flash in the 7-segment display, depending on the menu.
This number indicates the (first) active parameter
Partial opening
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
7.3
6.3
MENU 0 – normal operation
In normal mode, the garage door operator operates
with impulse sequence control, activated via an external
push-button or a learned radio code:
1st impulse: door travels towards the end-of-travel
position
2nd impulse: door stops
3rd impulse: door travels in the other direction
4th impulse: door stops
5th impulse: door travels towards the end-of-travel
position selected with the first impulse
etc.
6.3.1 Behaviour of the garage door operator after
2-3 fast-opening cycles in succession
Note
The motor of the garage door operator features thermal
overload protection.
If within 2 minutes 2-3 fast-opening cycles take place in
succession, this safeguard reduces the speed, i.e. travel in
both the OPEN and CLOSE directions proceeds at the
same speed. After a rest period of a further two minutes,
the next opening cycle is performed at fast speed again.
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SPECIAL MENUS
7.1
Selecting the special menus
To access the special menus (menu 3 - menu A), simultaneously press the OPEN button () and the CLOSE
button () in menu 2. The service menus can be selected
via the PRG button.
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General information on the special menus
(Menu 3 – menu A)
Upon selection, the menu number remains displayed for
a short period. Subsequently, the first active menu parameter is shown flashing slowly. Press the OPEN button
() or the CLOSE button () to page through the menu.
The active parameter or parameters are indicated by a
glowing decimal point.
To change a parameter, press and hold the PRG button
until the display flashes rapidly. Press the OPEN button
() and the CLOSE button () to page through the menu.
The active parameter is indicated by a glowing decimal
point. To activate a parameter, press the PRG button until
MENU 3 – automatic timed closing (see fig. 24 )
Note
Automatic timed closing can only be activated when at
least one safety device is active (menu 4).
Display
Automatic timed closing
not activated
after 10 seconds
after 20 seconds
after 30 seconds
after 45 seconds
after 60 seconds
after 90 seconds
after 120 seconds
after 150 seconds
after 180 seconds
Note
If the operator receives an impulse during automatic timed
closing (menu 3, parameter greater than 0), then the door
stops and opens again.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
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MENU 4 – safety devices (see fig. 25 )
Display
Photocell
Display
Function
Advance warning phase / external with options relay
Function
not active
not present
5 seconds
present (with dynamic self-monitoring unit)
10 seconds
Closing edge safety device / leading photocell without
self-monitoring unit
Options relay (accessories)
not present
not active
present
Relay clocks during advance warning phase
and door travel
Closing edge safety device / leading photocell with
self-monitoring unit
Relay is switched on during door travel and
advanced warning phase
present
Relay picks up with the operator lighting. It is
switched on during the advance warning phase
when parameters 1-5 have been activated in
menu 2.
Wicket door contact with self-monitoring unit
not present
Relay is switched on during door travel
present
ATTENTION
Safety devices without a self-monitoring unit
must be tested every 6 months.
Relay picks up for one second when travel
or advance warning phase has started
e.g. a wipe impulse to switch on automatic
staircase lighting with 100 % duty cycle
Maintenance indication
not active
active
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
7.5
MENU 5 – setting the advance warning phase,
options relay (accessories) and maintenance indication (see fig. 26 )
7.5.1 Maintenance indication
If the maintenance indication is activated (parameter A),
the operator lighting flashes at the end of a door cycle
when the prescribed maintenance interval - maintenance
of the door system - has been exceeded. The maintenance indication can be reset by performing a learning
cycle.
7.5.2 Overview of maintenance intervals
Operator for single / double garages
Operation for 1 year or 2,000 door cycles
Operator for underground and collective garages
Operation for 1 year or 10,000 door cycles
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
7.6
MENU 6 – force limit during operation in the
CLOSE direction (see fig. 27 )
In this menu, the sensitivity of the automatic force limit for
the closing cycle can be set (factory setting: parameter 4).
Note
Increasing the force value (parameter greater than 4) is only
possible if parameter 3 has been selected in menu J.
ATTENTION
Do not select an excessively high setting as
excessive force may cause damage to equipment or injuries to persons.
For doors moving easily, a low value can be selected
if the sensitivity to obstructions is to be increased.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
7.6.1 Checking the forces in the CLOSE direction
When changing the settings of menu 6, the forces as
defined in EN 12453 in the CLOSE direction must be
complied with; i.e. a subsequent check is absolutely
essential.
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7.7
MENU 7 – behaviour during operation in the
CLOSE direction (see fig. 28 )
In this menu, the automatic belt relief, the braking
behaviour and the speed in the CLOSE end-of-travel
position can be influenced.
Note
After the menu changes, a learning cycle may have to be
carried out.
Display
Soft stop
Function
7.9
MENU 9 – behaviour during operation in the
OPEN direction (see fig. 30 )
In this menu, the automatic belt relief and the braking
behaviour in the OPEN end-of-travel position can be
influenced.
Note
After the menu changes, a learning cycle may have to be
carried out.
Display
Soft stop
Function
long
extra long
short
long
Relief
short
automatic
Relief
long
automatic
Speed
short
slow
Soft start from CLOSE end-of-travel position
normal
short
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
long
Speed
7.8
MENU 8 – force limit during operation in the
OPEN direction (see fig. 29 )
In this menu, the sensitivity of the automatic force limit
for the opening cycle can be set (factory setting: parameter 4).
Note
Increasing the force value (parameter greater than 4) is only
possible if parameter 3 has been selected in menu J.
slow
normal
fast
Force limit response
ATTENTION
Do not select an excessively high setting as
excessive force may cause damage to equipment or injuries to persons.
stop
short reverse
For doors moving easily, a low value can be selected
when the sensitivity to obstructions is to be increased.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
7.8.1 Checking the forces in the OPEN direction
When changing the settings in menu 8, the forces as
defined in EN 12453 in the OPEN direction must be
complied with, i.e. a subsequent check is absolutely
essential.
Note
- Parameters 0 and 6: these parameters are matched to
the characteristics of retractable up-and-over doors.
- Parameters A and b: these parameters only need to be
set when parameter 3 has been selected in menu J.
Otherwise, parameter A is active in this menu.
- Parameter b: if error 5 (force limit) occurs when the door
is opening, the door travels a short distance back (roughly
10 cm of carriage) in the opposite direction and then
stops.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
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7.10
MENU A – maximum force (see fig. 31 )
In this menu, the maximum force limit is set.
Display
Excluded is damage due to:
- improper installation and connection
- improper putting into service and operation
- external influences such as fire, water, abnormal
weather conditions
- mechanical damage due to accidents, dropping,
impact
- negligent or deliberate destruction
- normal wear or deficient maintenance
- repair by non-qualified persons
- use of non-original parts
- removal or defacing of the type plate
Maximum force limit
Replaced parts become our property.
Note
Increasing the force value (parameter greater than 0) is only
possible when parameter 3 in menu J has been selected.
Press the PRG button to return to normal operation
(menu 0).
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TECHNICAL DATA
Voltage:
230/240 V, 50/60 Hz
Stand-by:
Approx. 4.5 W
Protection category: For dry rooms only
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ERROR MESSAGES AND WARNINGS
(see page 71)
Automatically programmed
separately for both operational
directions.
DISMANTLING
Have the garage door dismantled and disposed of by
a specialist.
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Automatic
cut-out:
End-of-travel
cut-out/
force limit:
TERMS OF WARRANTY
Warranty period
In addition to the statutory warranty provided by the
dealer, we provide the following warranty of parts from
the date of purchase:
a) 5 years on operator mechanics, motor and motor
control system
b) 2 years on radio equipment, accessories and special
systems
There is no warranty on consumables (e.g. fuses, batteries, lamps). Claims made under the warranty do not
extend the warranty period. Following the supply of
replacement parts and repairs, the warranty period is six
months or at least the remainder of the warranty period.
Prerequisites
A claim under this warranty is only valid for the country
in which the equipment was bought. The product must
have been purchased through our authorised distribution
channels. A claim under this warranty exists only for damage to the object of the contract itself. Reimbursement
of expenditure for dismantling and installation, testing of
corresponding parts, as well as demands for lost profits
and compensation for damages, are excluded from the
warranty. The receipt of purchase substantiates your
right to claim under the warranty.
Performance
For the duration of the warranty we shall eliminate any
product defects that are proven to be attributable to a
material or manufacturing fault. We pledge to replace
free of charge and at our discretion the defective goods
with non-defective goods, to carry out repairs, or to
grant a price reduction as reimbursement.
Self-learning, non-wearing,
since no mechanical switches
are used. Additionally integrated
excess travel stop of approx.
60 s. Automatic cut-out readjusts during each door cycle.
Rated load:
See type plate
Push and
pull force:
See type plate
Motor:
DC motor with Hall sensor
Transformer:
With thermal overload
protection
Connection:
Connection technique without
screws for external equipment
with safe extra-low voltage
of 24 V DC, e.g. internal and
external buttons for impulse
control
Special functions:
- Stop/off switch can be
connected
- Photocell or closing edge
safety device can be
connected
- Options relay for warning
light, additional external
lighting can be connected
via the HCP bus adapter
Quick release:
In the event of a power failure
actuated from the inside via a
pull rope
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Universal fitting:
For up-and-over and sectional
doors
Door speed:
Depending on the door type,
door size, door action and
weight
- closing: approx. 14 cm/s
- opening: approx. 22 cm/s
Air-borne noise
of garage door
operator:
11.1
≤ 70 dB (A)
Boom:
Extremely flat (30 mm) with
integrated door security kit
and maintenance-free toothed
belt.
Application:
Exclusively for garages in the
domestic sector. Not suitable
for industrial / commercial use.
Spare lamp
To insert / replace bulb for operator lighting
– see fig. 33
To adjust operator lighting
– see section 6.2 (menu 2)
Type:
Base:
Wattage:
Voltage:
Lighting angle:
Diameter:
Lamp colour:
only cold-light reflector lamp
with protective glass and UV
protection
GU 5.3
20 W
12 V
36°-60°
51 mm
clear
Note
When replacing the cold-light reflector lamp, make sure that
the operator has been switched off first.
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Error messages and warnings
Note: In the event of an error or warning a number is displayed with a rapidly flashing decimal point.
Display
Fault/Error/Warning
Possible Cause
Remedy
Reversing limits cannot
be set
Obstruction when setting the reversing limit "closing
edge safety device/leading photocell"
Remove obstruction
Partial opening height
cannot be set
Partial opening height too close to the CLOSE
end-of-travel position (≤ 120 mm carriage travel)
Partial opening height must be larger
Entry not possible
Parameter in menu 4 set to 0, and activation of
automatic closing tried (menu 3, parameters 1-9)
Activate safety device/s
Travel command not
possible
Travel command given but operator blocked for
control elements
Release operator for control elements
Excess travel stop
Belt torn
Replace belt
Operator defective
Replace operator
System fault
Internal error
Restore factory settings (see section 4.6)
and reprogramme operator;
replace, if necessary
Force limit
Door moves sluggishly or unevenly
Correct door movement
Obstruction in door area
Remove obstruction, reprogramme operator,
if necessary
Wicket door is open
Close wicket door
Solenoid incorrectly installed (wrong way round)
Install solenoid correctly (see instructions
for wicket door contact)
Self-monitoring unit defective
Replace wicket door contact
Photocell not connected
Connect photocell or set parameter in
menu 4 to 0
Light path interrupted
Adjust photocell
Photocell defective
Replace photocell
Closing edge safety
device
Light path interrupted
Check transmitter and receiver,
replace, if necessary or completely replace
closing edge safety device
No reference point
Power failure
Move door to Open end-of-travel position
Operator not
programmed
Operator not programmed
Programme operator
Closed circuit
Photocell
The operator is at the Open
end-of-travel position
The operator is at the intermediate
position
The operator is running
The operator is at the Closed
end-of-travel position
The operator is partly open
Impulse input (radio code)
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4.5.1
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4.4
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6.1.1
6.1.1
22.2
22.3
1x 12 Volt
23A
5
22.1
21
5.2
22.5
22.4
6.1.4
6.1.3
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16
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23.2
23.1
6.2.3
6.2.2
6.2.1
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10 min.
5 min.
5 min.
4 min.
3 min.
2 min.
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