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Installation Instruction
Index
Technical specifications ...................................................................................... pag.
5
Automatism installation preparation.................................................................... pag.
5
Automatism description ...................................................................................... pag.
5
Sizes and dimensions ........................................................................................ pag.
6
Dimensions of the fixing holes and cables opening .......................................... pag.
6
Automatism assembly ........................................................................................ pag.
7
Adjustment of the stop ........................................................................................ pag.
11
Battery connections ............................................................................................ pag.
11
Final operations .................................................................................................. pag.
11
Power connections .............................................................................................. pag.
11
Electrical connections.......................................................................................... pag.
11
Number wing selection........................................................................................ pag.
12
Single wing Multislave selection ........................................................................ pag.
12
Double wing Master - Slave selection ................................................................ pag.
12
“Low Power” mode selection .............................................................................. pag.
12
First input mode selection .................................................................................. pag.
13
Antipanic mode selection .................................................................................... pag.
13
Electric Lock selection ........................................................................................ pag.
13
Logic right / left opening sense .......................................................................... pag.
13
Type of arm selection .......................................................................................... pag.
14
OVER electronic board ........................................................................................ pag.
14
Connections ........................................................................................................ pag.
14
Led functions ...................................................................................................... pag.
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Jumpers .............................................................................................................. pag.
16
Setting parameter adjustment ............................................................................ pag.
16
Start up - Operating logic .................................................................................. pag.
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Error Message Table............................................................................................ pag.
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Double OVER connection and use .................................................................... pag.
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Inter lock connection and use ............................................................................ pag.
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Delivery modality ................................................................................................ pag.
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APRRIMATIC reserves the right to change the technical specifications of the products, even without notice.
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Installation Instruction
Thank you for choosing this product. For best automatism
performance, Aprimatic recommends you carefully read and
follow the installation and use instructions found in this manual. Installation of this automatism must only be performed
by the professionally qualified personnel for whom this manual is addressed. Any errors during installation may be
harmful to people or things. Packaging material (wood, plastic, cardboard, etc.) should not be scattered in the environment or left within the reach of children as potential sources
of danger. Every installation phase must be performed in
accordance with the regulations in force and following Good
Technique standards. Before beginning installation make
sure that the product is integral and has not been damaged
during transportation or by poor storage conditions. Before
installing the product make sure that each architectural and
structural element of the entrance (girder fastening surfaces,
casings, guide, etc.) is appropriate and sufficiently robust to
be automated. Conduct a careful risk analysis and make
suitable modifications to eliminate conveyance, crushing,
cutting and hazardous areas in general. Do not install the
product in environments where gas, steam or inflammable
fumes are present. The manufacturer is not liable for any
neglect of “good technique” or specific regulations in the
construction of the casing to be motorised and any collapse
of the same. All automatic entrance safety and protection
devices (photocells, active sensors, etc.) must be installed
in accordance with the regulations and directives in force,
with the completed risk analysis, system type, use, traffic,
forces and inertia in play. Pay careful attention to area where
the following may occur: crushing, cutting, conveyance and
any other type of hazard in general applying, if necessary
suitable indications. Indicate the motorised door identification information on every installation. Make sure that the
upstream electrical system is correctly dimensioned and
has all the opportune protections (circuit breakers and
fuses). Only use original spare parts in maintenance and
repairs. Do not tamper or alter devices in the automatism
and all the safety devices in the control panel for any reason.
The manufacturer is not liable if parts within the automatism
are altered or tampered with or if safety devices other than
those indicated by the manufacturer are used in the system.
The automatism installer must provide the automatic
entrance manager with the use manual and all the information required for correct use in automatic and manual
modes (even for electronic locking) and in the event of
emergency.
Pay careful attention to the messages in this manual that are
marked with the hazard symbol. They can either be warnings aimed at avoided potential equipment damage or specific signals of potential hazard to the installer and others.
This device was designed to automate swinging doors. Any
other use is considered contrary to the use foreseen by the
manufacturer who therefore shall not be held liable.
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Machine directive
The installer who motorised a door becomes the automatic
door machine manufacturer according to directive 98/37/CE
and must:
• Arrange the Technical Booklet with the documents indicated in attachment V of the Machine Directive and keep
them for at least 10 years.
• Draft the CE declaration of conformity according to
attachment II-A of the machine directive and provide the
use with a copy.
• Apply the CE markings on the motorised door according
to point 1.7.3 of attachment I of the machine directive.
Machine conformity directive
(Directive 98/37 CE, Attachment II, part B)
Manufacturer:
Address:
APRIMATIC S.p.A.
V.L.da Vinci 414 - 40059
Villafontana di Medicina - BO
Declares that the product OVER
• Is built to be incorporated in a machine or to be assembled with other machinery to build a machine considered
by Directive 98/37 CE, as modified;
• Therefore it is not fully compliant to the dispositions of
this Directive since it is not yet assembled with other
components.
• It is in conformity to the following other CE directives:
89/336/CEE Electro-magnetic compatibility and further
modifications 2006/95CE Low Voltage and further modifications and also declares that the machinery cannot be
used until the machine it is incorporated in or is a component of has been identified and its conformity to
Directive 98/37 CE conditions and national legislation
declared.
Villafontana di Medicina, 09/09/2007
Dott.Alessandro Minelli
( Administrator)
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Installation Instruction
Technical specifications
Power supply
Nominal power
Nominal motor torque
External device power
Emergency battery
Max opening angle
Wing maximum weight
Wing dimensions
Working temperature
Anti-crushing
Weight
Service
230V ac 50 Hz
60 W
35 Nm
12Vdc – 2,5W
12 V 1.3 Ah
100°
80 Kg
700÷1200 mm
Internal cross-piece from 0°C a +50°C
Automatic traction restriction in the presence of obstacles
6,7 kg
Intensive
Automatism installation preparation
230V AC
The automatism is prepared to work in different accessory and peripheral configurations. According to the selected configuration, arrange
the cables necessary for wiring all the peripherals. Fig.1 shows an
example of complete installation including:
A
A. Entry Radar
B
B. Active safety sensor
C. Safety closing device
D. Logic selection selector
E. Opening button at exit
D
C
E
Fig. 1
Automatism description
A
The OVER automatism (Fig.2) is essentially
made up of:
C
H
G
F
A. Steel fastening base
B. Plastic cover
E
C. Gear motor unit
D. Electronic control panel
E. Transformer
F. Emergency battery (12V 1,3Ah)
G. Encoder unit
H. Switch
D
B
Fig. 2
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Sizes and dimension
Fig. 3
Dimension of the fixing holes and cables opening
OVER standard
440
311
9
153
94
9
47
87
76
65
269
Fig. 4
Use the appropriate drilling template included with the product to make easier the installation.
In case of double OVER provide to the predisposition of the connection (cables passing) between the two operators
Adapter plate (optional)
195
195
440
Fig. 5
6
9.5
25
94
25
25
25
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Automatism assembly
WARNING : Before proceeding with the installation, remove the 2 cardboard components positioned underneath the
motor body.
Positioning dimensions (rigid pull arm)
The rigid pull arm is used when the automatism is installed on the swing side of the door.
WARNING : For a correct positioning, always use the main axis of the wing hinges and the operation axis of the gearmotor as a reference, as shown in Fig.5.
OVER fastening diagram 1 left-hand opening wing Rigid Pull Arm
For right-hand opening
wings (anticlockwise direction), the assembly of the
automatism perfectly mirrors the left-hand opening
assembly.
Gearmotor Axis
220
29
Rigid pull arm
Hinge axis
Aluminium guide
150
600
Fig. 5
Gearmotor Axis
WARNING : The final tightening of the screws must be performed only after having checked
that the vertical positioning of the
automatism guarantees a good
parallelism between the hinge axis
and the gearmotor axis. For this
purpose, the rigid pull arm and
relative guide must be installed,
check that the pin coupling the
arm to the cylindrical slide is not
strained during operation.
29
9
102
76
9
52
An error in the position of the automatism may, in fact, cause the pin
of the rigid arm to oscillate with
respect to the cylindrical slide to a
degree beyond the allowed tolerance, with consequent damage to
one of the automatism parts.
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OPENING
DIRECTION
35
Rigid pull arm
Aluminium guide
Fig. 6
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Positioning dimensions (articulated push arm)
The articulated push arm is used when the automatism is installed on the approach side of the door (the side opposite the
swing side).
WARNING : For a correct positioning, always use the main axis of the wing hinges and the operation axis of the gearmotor as a reference, as shown in Fig.7.
OVER fastening diagram 1 left-hand opening wing Articulated push arm
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Gearmotor Axis
Articulated push arm
Hinge axis
220
350
50
Fig. 7
Wing Attachment
For right-hand opening wings (anticlockwise direction), the assembly of the automatism perfectly mirrors the left-hand
opening assembly.
Gearmotor Axis
Articulated push arm
OPENING DIRECTION
15
5
9
102
76
9
52
WARNING : The final
tightening of the screws must
be performed only after
having checked that the positioning of the automatism and
articulated arm guarantees
smooth rotation of the same
under the door frame (Fig.8).
8
Wing Attachment
Fig. 8
max 150 mm
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Use of adapter plate (optional)
If one or more fastening points of the OVER plate are unusable for firmly anchoring the automatism to the fixed part, use the
optional adapter plate.
Adapter plate
(optional)
Gearmotor Axis
25
102
25
WARNING : For a correct positioning of the OVER with the optional adapter plate, use the dimensions shown in
the previous figures.
OPENING DIRECTION
5
15
25
Articulated push arm
Wing Attachment
Fig. 9
Installation of the guide and rigid pull arm
Insert the bracket of the arm (Fig.10 Part A) in the appropriate seat
on the gearmotor and fix it using the two countersunk-head screws
provided (Fig.10 Part B).
Access the fastening compartment of the guide (Fig.11 Part A) by
removing the cover (Fig.11 Part B). Make at least 4 holes corresponding to the "V" impression on the guide profile. Use the holes to fix
the guide to the frame using the appropriate screws (Fig.11 Part C).
Insert the cylindrical slide (Fig.11 Part D), complete with the relative
spindle, inside the guide and distribute a uniform layer of grease
over the sliding zone.
Fig. 10
B
A
Then, after finishing the installation of the rigid arm
(Fig.11 Part E), screw the threaded shaft, inserted in
the cylindrical slide, into the hole prepared on the end
of the rigid arm. Close the guide with the caps (Fig.11
Part F) and the screws provided (Fig.11 Part G).
D
F
E
G
B
Fig. 11
A
C
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Assembly of the articulated push arm
WARNING : The articulated arm is NOT symmetric. Depending on the opening direction (right-hand or left-hand), position the brackets of the arm and the bushings as indicated in the following figures.
Wings
Right Opening
Wings
Left Opening
Fig. 12
N
A
I
M
M
H
H
O
D
F
E
E
E
C
L
B
Fig. 13
G
Insert the 3 appropriate plastic bushings (E) into the articulated arm brackets (Fig.13 Parts A, B and C) and the plastic bushing (F) into the wing attachment bracket (D).
Insert the pin with the deep quarry (G) into the brackets (A) and (B) assembled previously, place a 1mm-thick shim (H) in
between and a 0.5mm thick shim (M) in betweenand block with a seeger (I).
Insert the pin with the lower quarry (L) into the brackets (C) and (D) assembled previously, place a 1mm-thick shim (H)
and a 0.5mm thick shim (M) in between and block with a seeger (N).
Block the preassembled parts using the three screws provided (O).
WARNING : Carefully check that the seegers are inserted perfectly in the respective grooves.
Insert the bracket of the arm (Fig.13 part A) in the appropriate seat on
the gearmotor and fix it using the two countersunk-head screws provided .
Carefully check that the upper part of the articulated arm rotates easily
under the frame of the wing (Fig. 7 , 8 and 9)
Drill the frame at the positions indicated in Fig.7 and fix the wing attachment of the articulated arm to the frame using the appropriate screws.
Close the wing, loosen the fastening screws on the adjustment slots
and then, lengthening the extendable part of the arm, reproduce the
exact geometry shown in Fig.12.
Fix the adjustment by firmly tightening the clamp screws on the extendable part of the arm so as to use the prepared holes separated by the
max 140°
largest distance.
WARNING : Check that when the door is completely open, the
angle formed by the articulated arm does not exceed 140°. Fig. 14
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Fig. 14
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Adjustment of the Stop
Open the wing to the desired opening limit, then position the rubberized stop on the floor and tighten the screw on the
stop.
WARNING : The max. allowed opening angle is 100°.
Battery connections
Connect the battery wiring to the proper clamp on the electronic
board
Fig. 15
Final operations
Before starting the automatism, check and perform the following:
• Accurately remove and dust or shavings
• Ensure the proper fixing of the automatism on the wall
• Check correct tightening
• Check that the wires are fixed and that no wire pass near the carriage sliding area.
• Check that the arm is solidly fixed to the wing and that it is equipped with the appropriate stop to limit the max opening
angle to 100°.
Power connections
WARNING : Before performing the following operations
make sure the mains are disconnected. Before powering
the equipment, perform the controls foreseen in paragraph
“Start up”.
220V AC
Fig. 16
Place the power cord in the automatism paying careful
attention not to damage the cord against any metallic edges.
Connect mains and grounding wires on the terminal board
(Fig. 16)
WARNING : Never invert the power wire with the grounding wire.
Power must be isolatable from the general panel with a bipolar switch with minimum contact opening equal to 3 mm.
(not supplied).
Electrical connections
WARNING : All board or peripheral connections on the terminal board must be performed with the power disconnected to prevent irreparable damage to the electronic equipment.
WARNING : Any repairs or replacements must be performed by professionally qualified personnel and original spare
parts must be used in repairs.
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Installation Instruction
Number Wing Selection
S3 ON
Double-wing operation.
S3 OFF (DEFAULT)
Single-wing operation.
This option should be selected only in the case of two OVER
automatisms connected together
for the opening of a two-wing
entrance.
Single wing Multislave selection
S1 OFF
S2 OFF
S3 OFF
Single setting wing NO
Multislave (DEFAULT)
Address
A single selector can be connected and
extended to several OVER automatisms
using two different operation logics:
S1 ON
S2 OFF
S3 OFF
Single setting wing
Multislave (address 1)
Address Address
1
2
3
S1 OFF
S2 ON
S3 OFF
Single setting wing
Multislave (address 2)
- DEFAULT: the selector acts on all the automatisms connected to it without any distinction. For example, if the selector is used to
set the Stop Open logic, all the automatisms
connected to it will work with the Stop Open
logic.
- MULTISLAVE: with this logic up to 3 automatisms can be connected, each identified
with a different address to be set as indicated
below. The selector can act on each of the
three automatisms in a completely independent manner.
MULTISLAVE
SELECTION
The Multislave logic is NOT available for double OVER.
S1 ON
S2 ON
S3 OFF
Single setting wing
Multislave (address 3)
Double wing Master - Slave selection
In the double OVER, it is necessary to set a Master card and a Slave card. The two cards must NEVER be set both as Master or
both as Slave
Synchronised door motion
S1 ON
S2 OFF
S3 ON
Enter double Master door with
synchronised door motion.
S1 OFF
S2 OFF
S3 ON
Enter double Slave door with
synchronised door motion.
Asynchronous door motion
S1 ON
S2 ON
S3 ON
Enter double Master door.
If asynchronous it is the first to
open and the last to close.
S1 OFF
S2 ON
S3 ON
Enter double Slave door.
If asynchronous it is the last to
open and the first to close.
“Low Power” mode Selection
The OVER operation can be set in "low power" mode, which provides for reduced operating speeds and accelerations.
S4 ON
"low power" mode
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S4 OFF (DEFAULT)
Normal mode
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First Input Mode Selection
OVER can be connected to a closing device such as an electronic key, key selector, transponder, etc.
Using the dip switch S5, the signal can be controlled in bistable or monostable mode with an activation time of about 500msec.
Normal
Automatism
Operation
S5 ON
First input mode
Mono-stable
Stop
1
Closing device
readings
t
0
Normal
Automatism
Operation
Stop
S5 OFF (DEFAULT)
First input mode
Bi-stable
Closing device
readings
1
t
0
Antipanic mode Selection
S6 OFF (DEFAULT)
Antipanic mode disabled.
In the event of power failure the
equipment continues working
powered by the battery.
S6 ON
Antipanic mode active.
In the event of power failure, the
equipment moves the doors to the
“Stop open” position, and stays in
this condition until power returns or
a new logic is selected using the
multi-logic selector.
Electric Lock Operation Selection
S7 ON
Electric Lock active
The electric lock is excited for a few moments whilst the door
is opening, the door reverses a few millimetres before opening to allow the release the electric lock. Whilst the door is
closing, it accelerates and then undergoes a thrust during
the last few millimetres to rearm the lock.
As per default setting, the impulse timing of the electric lock
is 120ms, but it is changeable using the selector KIBO PRO.
S7 OFF (DEFAULT)
Electric Lock
disabled
WARNING Before adjusting the impulse value, be sure about the compatibility with the electric lock installed
In case of wrong setting, the operation of the electric lock is compromised
Logic right / left opening sense
Wing Left Opening rigid
pull arm
S8 ON
Wing Left Opening rigid pull arm
S8 OFF (DEFAULT)
Wing Right Opening rigid pull arm
Wing Right Opening articulated
push arm
Wing Left Opening articulated
push arm
Wing Right Opening
articulated push arm
Wing Right Opening
rigid pull arm
Wing Left Opening
articulated push arm
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Type of arm selection
In order to optimize the operation of the automatism, it is necessary to set the jumper according to the following diagram:
J13 OFF (DEFAULT)
RIGID PULL ARM
(Wing Left Opening or
Wing Right Opening )
J13
J13 ON
ARTICULATED PUSH ARM
J13
(Wing Left Opening or
Wing Right Opening)
OVER Electronic Board
The meanings of the main electronic board components are listed in Fig. 17 :
PC
connector
Encoder
connector
Transformer
connector
Battery
connector
Switch
connector
Jumpers
Motor
Connector
External
peripheral
connector
Fig. 17
START opening
control button
Electronic
lock connector
Multi-logic selector
connector
Dip Switchs
Connections
Multi-logic selector connector
Use the four conductors in the shielded wire for
connections, observing the correspondences
indicated by the markings on the terminal board
and multi-logic selector.
KIBO PRO
SELECTOR
Fig. 18
Shielded
cable
with 4 wires 0,22
mm. (Do not connect the shield of
the wire used)
Do not connect the shield of the wire used.
For further information on multi-logic selector use,
see the instructions for use.
KIBO
SELECTOR
Fig. 19
External peripheral power connector – 12 Vdc 2,5W max (200mA)
Real power value may vary from 12 Vdc ± 10 % depending on the resistive load situations connected
to these terminals.
Terminal OUT / 12VDC : POSITIVE ( + )
Terminal COM : NEGATIVE ( - )
WARNING
Do not invert power polarity. When the green led D33 is on it indicates normal voltage presence 12V. If off check:
• For mains and/or battery voltage
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Installation Instruction
External peripheral connector
The electrical signal from external peripherals can be varied through
the advanced selector or PC connection: from normally closed to normally open and vice versa. See the advanced selector used manual
for further details.
SIGNAL
COM
TYPE* DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
Common electrical signal.
SAFE CLOSE NC
AUX IN
Fig. 20
NA
AUX OUT
SAFE OPEN NA
Signal for the connection of an external
photocell or safety control device for
wing closing
If the door is closing and the contact opens, the unit sends and immediate motion inversion command. Closing will only recommence after the
contact closes.
The signal must be short circuited with COM if not devices (internal
or external) are connected.
Auxiliary input signal. Auxiliary devices
When used as an auxiliary signal the function logic can be personcan be connected to this signal. It is nor- alised according to customer requests.
mally used for inter lock functions.
When used as inter lock logic, closing this signal inhibits door functions that will not open even with open signal presence.
Auxiliary output signal, PNP transistor
According to the type chosen signal, the output becomes active
type for particular door condition signals (12Vdc and led on) when the door is in the set condition (Reset,
(reset, open, closed, etc).
open, closed, etc). See the KIBO PRO selector manual for further
details.
Signal for the connection of sensors for protec- If the door is opening and the contact closes, the unit sends an immedition during wing opening.
ate movement stop command. Opening will only continue after this signal is deactivated.
KEY
NC
Lock signal. Closure devices can be connected such as electronic key, key selector, transponder, etc.
The signal can be controlled in bi or
mono-stabile mode with an activation
time equal to about 500 msec.
If the signal opens the unit sends a complete wing closure command
(from any position) From this moment until the signal is closed the
door stays in this position and no external peripheral is detected
(including multi-logic selectors). As soon as the signal closes the door
opens permitting access.
The signal must be short circuited with COM if no devices are
connected.
START 1
NA
Opening signal. Wing opening devices
can be connected.
Closing this signals causes the wings to open. This signal is only monitored in 2 Radar logic.
START 2
NA
Opening signal. Wing opening devices
can be connected.
Closing this signals causes the Door to open. This signal is monitored in
both 2 Radar and 1 Radar logic.
* NA = Normally open NC = Normally closed
Connector for PC - unit connections
PC connection board
Fig. 21
A PC connection board (optional) is required to connect the OVER unit to a Personal Computer.
The following is possible with OVERWARE software:
•
Advanced adjustments of some operating parameters
•
Diagnostics and advanced information on unit status
•
Microprocessor programming
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LED Functions
ON indicates mains
voltage present
ON indicates encoder signal
presence
Fig. 22
ON indicates 12V external
peripheral power supply
External peripheral
signal presence led.
Diagnostics Led
(see Error Message Table)
Jumpers
Jumper
J13
J11
J12
ON
OFF (Default)
Articulated arm
Rigid pull arm
Set cycle operations
Normal operation
-
-
Set properly the jumper J13,
look at the arm typology
paragraph
Setting parameter adjustment
ADJUSTMENT VIA
PARAMETERS
DEFAULT VALUE
ADJUSTMENT GAP
KIBO PRO
SELECTOR
STANDARD
Opening speed (°/s)
Closing speed (°/s)
Pause time (sec)
Anti-crush Opening
Anti-crush Closing
Approach speed (°/s)
Reset speed (°/s)
Recovery speed (°/s)
Normal acceleration (°/s2)
Normal deceleration (°/s2)
Reset acceleration (°/s2)
Reverse acceleration (°/s2)
ADVANCED
Approach Closing (°)
Approach Opening (°)
Anti-draught level
Push & Go activation
Asynchronous opening of double doors
Asynchronous closing of double doors
Safety exclusion opening (%)
Last battery-operated manoeuvre
Auto Reset
Logic after Reset
Activation timing of the electric lock (10-1 sec)
SAFE OPEN operation
16
50
30
0
9
5
5
12
20
150
40
100
100
20
15
0
1
3
5
0
10
10
0
1
1
5
10
10
50
20
20
50
20
15
0
0
1
1
0
50
50
120
9
9
10
20
30
200
60
100
200
40
30
9
9
9
9
99
stop open
stop open
stop close
yes
NO
yes
2 radar
2 radar, 1 radar, stop open, stop close
1
0
20
stop motion
stop motion
slow motion
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PC
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Start Up - Operating logic
Operations
Description
If no optional operation lock device is installed, make sure the KEY input is short circuited with the COM
input. Otherwise the equipment cannot be started.
WARNING
If no safe close device is installed, make sure the SAFE CLOSE input is short circuited with the COM input.
Otherwise the equipment cannot be started.
Power
Position wings ~20 cm from total closure. Turn the power switch to 1 to power the equipment.
In the event of power failure the equipment can not be started and the Reset operation is not available.
The battery pack ensures the proper use only when the power failure happens during the normal operation
of the equipment.
WARNING
Reset and auto-setting of
ends-of-stroke
The device is switched on and the reset phase checked. The device completely opens and completely closes the door at low speed (reset speed). If an obstacle prevents the door from completing its entire stroke,
the device will signal that there is an initialization error (AV=intermittent and L3=On) if the stroke is less than
a preset limit (around 70-80°) and performs another reset after 10 seconds. After the third failed reset, the
device stops functioning as a malfunction. The reset continues even if the safety sensor (Safe Open) detects
an obstacle. If the IR photocell sends a signal that an obstacle has been detected whilst the door is closing,
the door will stop moving for the entire duration of the signal.
WARNING
Multi-logic selector not installed: when the equipment finishes limit reset it is ready to work in 2 RADAR
logic.
WARNING
Multi-logic selector installed: when the equipment finishes limit reset it is ready to work and is positioned
in the “STOP CLOSED” logic.
At the end of reset the equipment is ready for use; check correct sensor operations for opening command
and safety control.Also check anti-crushing sensitivity; if the value requires increasing and decreasing, see
the advanced selector manual.
WARNING
To test automatism operations without connections to the open command device use the START button on
the unit (see Fig. 17)
Standard manoeuvre
The device opens and closes the door accelerating and decelerating in accordance with the opening and
closing speed limits, which will be reached at low speed.
Push&Go
An initial push on a closed door will cause it to open. The activation value can be adjusted using OVER
WARE
Reverse function (radar 1 and If the radar detects an obstacle whilst the door is closing, it must suddenly reverse motion opening comple2)
tely at normal speed and closing at normal speed.
After the IR detects an obstacle whilst the door is closing, it must suddenly reverse motion opening completely at normal speed and closing at normal speed.
Reverse function (IR)
If the safety sensor (Safe Open) detects an obstacle whilst the door is opening, it will immediately stop the
motion of the door. If the sensor no longer detects an obstacle, the door will continue to open at low speed
and then close at normal speed.The door complete an opening cycle at reduced speed after 30 seconds
from the continuous activation of the safe open Detection of obstacles whilst the door is closing does not
cause the system to react.
Safety sensor exclusion angle If the door opens near a wall (in a corridor, for example), an value must be entered so that the sensor does
whilst opening (Safe Open)
not detect the wall as an obstacle (% total limit switch). Default value = 0. Parameter can be adjusted
using KIBO PRO or OVERWARE.
Safety sensor function whilst
opening (Safe Open)
Safety sensor function whilst
closing (Safe Close)
If the safety sensor (Safe Close) detects an obstacle whilst the door is closing, it will immediately stop and
reverse the motion of the door opening it completely at low speed and then closing it at normal speed.
Detection of obstacles whilst the door is opening does not cause the system to react.
1 radar
Exit-only radar: only the input START 2 of the electronic control card is monitored. A signal originating from
a sensor connected to this input triggers the opening and consequent closing of the door wings. The electric locking system, if present, blocks the door wings every time that these reach the position of complete
closure
Operating logic can
be entered using the
KIBO, KIBO PRO,
OVERWARE
Entry-exit radar : both the inputs START1 and START2 of the electronic control card are monitored. A signal
2 radar originating from a sensor connected to one of these inputs triggers the opening and consequent closing of
the door wings.The electric locking system, if present, never blocks the door wings.
Stop
Close
The automatism controls the complete closure of the door wings. In this logic the inputs START1 and START2
of the electronic control card are not monitored;if present, the electric locking system blocks the door wings.
Stop
Open
The automatism controls the complete opening of the door wings.In this logic the inputs START1 and
START2 of the electronic control card are not monitored.
The door encounters an obstacle that stops its motion whilst it is opening. The device should stop the
Single anti-crush safety funcmotion of the door for a few seconds and then open it completely at low speed and close it again at normal
tion whilst opening
speed. The sensitivity value can be adjusted using the KIBO PRO and OVERWARE.
Single anti-crush safety func- The door encounters an obstacle that stops its motion whilst it is closing. The device should stop the motion
tion whilst closing
of the door for a few seconds and then open it completely at low speed and close it again at low speed. The
sensitivity value can be adjusted using the KIBO PRO and OVERWARE.
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Installation Instruction
Operazioni
Descrizione
The door encounters an obstacle that stops its motion whilst it is opening. The device should stop the
motion of the door for a few seconds and then open it completely at low speed and close it again at normal
speed. After detecting the third obstacle without being able to complete the manoeuvre (without completely
Near the
opening the door), the device signals a malfunction (AV=intermittent and L1=On), stops for a few seconds
closure
whilst closing and then performs a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke. If the object remains in the movement
(gap of
area it will be detected as the end-of-stroke and the device will function with two new ends-of-stroke. If the
around 0°
obstacle is near the door frame, the device will signal an initialization error that the door opening is too small
to 25°)
(AV=intermittent and L3=On). If the obstacle is later cleared, the device will function without an end-of-stroMultiple anti-crush
ke whilst opening for another two cycles, after which it will signal an error (AV=intermittent) because it canfunction whilst
not find the end-of-stroke and will perform a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke.
opening (with
In the
Autoreset after
middle The door encounters an obstacle that stops its motion whilst it is opening. The device should stop the
malfunction)
(various motion of the door for a few seconds and then open it completely at low speed and close it again at normal
positions) speed. After detecting the third obstacle without being able to complete the manoeuvre (without completely
opening the door), the device signals a malfunction (AV=intermittent and L1=On), stops for a few seconds
Near the whilst closing and then performs a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke. If the object remains in the movement
opening area it will be detected as the end-of-stroke and the device will function with two new ends-of-stroke. If the
(gap of obstacle is later cleared, the device will function without an end-of-stroke whilst opening for another two
around cycles, after which it will signal an error (AV=intermittent) because it cannot find the end-of-stroke and will
70° to perform a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke.
90°)
Near the
closure
(gap of
around 0°
to 25°)
The door encounters an obstacle that stops its motion whilst it is closing. The device should stop the motion
of the door for a few seconds and then open it completely at low speed and close it again at low speed. After
detecting the third obstacle without being able to complete the manoeuvre (without completely closing the
door), the device signals a malfunction (AV=intermittent and L1=On), stops for a few seconds whilst closing
and then performs a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke. If the object remains in the movement area it will be
detected as the end-of-stroke and the device will function with two new ends-of-stroke. If the obstacle is later
In the cleared, the device will function without an end-of-stroke whilst opening for another two cycles, after which
middle
Multiple anti-crush (various it will signal an error (AV=intermittent) because it cannot find the end-of-stroke and will perform a new reset
function whilst clo- positions) to set the ends-of-stroke.
sing (with
The door encounters an obstacle that stops its motion whilst it is closing. The device should stop the motion
Autoreset after
of the door for a few seconds and then open it completely at low speed and close it again at low speed. After
malfunction)
Near the detecting the third obstacle without being able to complete the manoeuvre (without completely closing the
opening door), the device signals a malfunction (AV=intermittent and L1=On), stops for a few seconds whilst closing
(gap of and then performs a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke. If the object remains in the movement area it will be
around detected as the end-of-stroke and the device will function with two new ends-of-stroke. If the obstacle is near
70° to the door frame, the device will signal an initialization error that the door opening is too small (AV=intermit90°)
tent and L3=On). If the obstacle is later cleared, the device will function without an end-of-stroke whilst opening for another two cycles, after which it will signal an error (AV=intermittent) because it cannot find the endof-stroke and will perform a new reset to set the ends-of-stroke.
Error Message Table
DESCRIPTION
N.
AV
OC
LED
L1
L2
WHAT TO DO
L3
An error occurred during initialisation, in particular, the measured
opening quota is too low. Check the encoder, the connection
between the encoder and mother boards. Make sure the transit
area is free of obstacles. In the event of electronic lock, check
correct operations.
Initialization error
1
INT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Door blocked error
2
INT
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF transit area and that there are no locks (electric or manual) that
The door cannot open. Make sure there are no obstacles in the
block the door.
3
INT
OFF
ON
OFF
Inversion error
4
INT
OFF
ON
OFF
After three closing and anti-crushing detection attempts. Make
sure there are no obstacles in the transit area. Make sure that
OFF the anti-crushing sensitivity in opening is not too low. Check the
encoder, the connection between the encoder and mother
boards.
An inversion error of the movement between the encoder and
ON motor was detected.
Overcurrent error
5
INT
ON
ON
ON
OFF on the motor power cord. Check the motor and replace if
Anti-crushing error
Motor overload detected. Make sure there are no short circuits
necessary.
Encoder malfunction detected.
Encoder error
6
INT
OFF
ON
ON
ON Check the encoder, the connection between the encoder and
mother boards.
BL. = Blinking
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Double OVER connection and use
Define the Master door (see Set Dip-Switch paragraph) before performing the connections.
It will not be possible to determine the Master or Slave door after completing the wiring.
Both devices should be connected to the same power supply branch with no switches or fuses between them.
The SAFE CLOSE, KEY, START 1 and START 2 peripherals, if any, should be connected to the Master door.
Fig. 23
The safety sensors (Safe Open) should be connected and controlled separately on
both circuit cards.
The two terminals of the selector should be connected to ensure that both OVER circuit
cards communicate with each other and that both devices function properly. (Fig. 23)
The selector (optional) is connected to the Master card only. Any parameters that need
to be changed will be the same for both cards.
Double doors should be moved in asynchronously (see Set Dip-Switch paragraph) if there is a central jamb between them. The default settings are 3 (opening) and 5 (closing), and can be modified using OVERWARE.
The doors will only start to close when both are wide open. If one door opens completely before the other one, it will wait until the latter is
completely open.
Both doors reverse at the same time (START 1 or 2, SAFE CLOSE, anti-crush safety device, etc.).
The electric lock functions can be entered on both circuit cards in exactly the same way as with single devices by selecting Dip S7.
The Push&Go function can be activated on both devices in exactly the same way as with single devices. If it is detected that one of the
devices is trying to open a door, this will cause both doors to open.
The anti-crush safety devices and obstacle detection functions are controlled separately and independently by both cards.
If one card detects an anti-crush device whilst closing, it will stop the motion of both doors and open them completely at low speed.
If one card detects an anti-crush device whilst opening, it will stop the motion of the door involved and open it completely at low speed.
The other door, which will have opened completely in the meantime, will wait for the door involved before proceeding to close.
The parameters that can be modified with OVERWARE are separate on each card. If the motion parameters are modified, the same
values must be set on both cards to prevent malfunctions.
Inter lock connection and use
The OVER unit is set to work in inter lock mode through connections to an electronic unit of the same family.In inter lock mode one door
can only open if the other is not moving, that is, if not in the movement phase.To inter lock two automatisms proceed as follows (Fig. 24):
• connect the terminal AUX IN + of unit A to the terminal AUX OUT + of unit B
• connect the terminal AUX IN - of unit A to the terminal AUX OUT - of unit B
• connect the terminal AUX OUT + of unit A to the terminal AUX IN + of unit B
• connect the terminal AUX OUT - of unit A to the terminal AUX IN - of unit B
Use 4 x 0.22 shielded wire for connections and do not connect
the shield.
Fig. 24
When open requests come from the both sensors on both
doors an opening priority needs to be set; to do this, set one
door as MASTER and the other as SLAVE.
When simultaneous signals occur, the MASTER door will open.
UNIT A
UNIT B
WARNING: The interblock function is NOT
available for double OVER
Delivery modality
Reassemble the cover by screwing on the two appropriate screws.
Hand the guarantee and test certificate over filled according to the instructions shown in the certificate.
Hand the technical documentations over to the client.
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Zona Industriale Fossatone
40060 Villa Fontana • Medicina • Bologna (ITALY)
Tel: +39 051 6960711 • Fax: +39 051 6960722
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