RS 300 DOOR
Installation Manual
RollSeal, Inc. / Hired-Hand Green
PO Box 140
1751 County Road 68
Bremen, Alabama 35033
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Owner’s Manual
RS 300 Door
Table of Contents
Section
Title
Page
1.
2.
3.
4.
Specifications and Operators........................................................................................................................3
Warnings ......................................................................................................................................................4
Limited Warranty.........................................................................................................................................5
Physical Description/Options.......................................................................................................................6
4.1
Operators & Operator Clearances .........................................................................................................7
4.2
Operator Power Options .......................................................................................................................8
5.
Door Installation ..........................................................................................................................................8
5.1
Tools Required......................................................................................................................................8
5.2
Overview...............................................................................................................................................8
5.3
Adjusting the Clear Opening ................................................................................................................8
5.4
Attachment Points of Door ...................................................................................................................8
5.5
Assembly of Parts .................................................................................................................................9
5.6
Fastening Door Assembly to Clear Opening ......................................................................................10
6.
Manual Chain Hoist Door Operation .........................................................................................................11
6.1
Manual Chain Hoist Option - Details .................................................................................................11
6.2
Manual Chain Hoist Installation .........................................................................................................12
7.
Somfy Tube Motor.....................................................................................................................................13
7.1
Somfy Motor Option - Details ............................................................................................................13
7.2
Connecting Electrical Power to the Somfy Tube Motor .....................................................................13
7.3
Setting Limit Switches on the Somfy Tube Motor Option .................................................................14
7.4
Sequential Relay Wiring for Somfy Motor.........................................................................................15
8.
Manaras Operator.......................................................................................................................................16
8.1
Manaras Operator Option - Details .....................................................................................................16
8.2
Installation of Manaras Operator ........................................................................................................17
8.3
Mounting The Manaras Operator........................................................................................................18
8.4
Spreader, Sprocket, And Chain Installation........................................................................................19
8.5
Limit Switches ....................................................................................................................................21
8.6
Adjustment Of Limit Switches ...........................................................................................................21
8.7
Wiring Options To The Manaras Operator Terminal Block ...............................................................23
8.8
Switch Operation of Door with Manaras Operator .............................................................................24
8.9
Manual Operation of Door with Manaras Operator ............................................................................24
9.
Installation of Replacement Curtain Material ............................................................................................25
10. Door Panel Adjustments ............................................................................................................................26
11. Parts/Assemblies ........................................................................................................................................27
12. RS-300 Door Options and Accessories......................................................................................................28
Please Retain This Manual For Future Reference
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Owner’s Manual
RS 300 Door
1.
Specifications and Operators
Operators:
•
•
•
Manual Chain Hoist……………………... Power not required.
Somfy Tube Motor Rating……………… 115 VAC @ 2.0 amp
Manaras Operator Ratings:
115 VAC
208 VAC
230 VAC
460 VAC-3ph
@ 8.0 amp
@ 2.1 amp
@ 4.0 amp
@ 1.0 amp
1 ½ in.
(3.8 cm)
Side View
A
C
NOTE:
B
Refer to Operator
Clearances in Section 3.1
for the Overall Width
including the Motor.
1 in. (2.54 cm)
1 in. (2.54 cm)
D
Figure 1 RS 300 Door Frame & Dimensions
RS-300 WIDTH Related Dimensions
Door
Width
A
RS-300 HEIGHT Related Dimensions
D (A+13 ½” )
Ft.
In.
cm
Ft.
In.
cm
5'(W)
5
0
153
6
1½
187
6'(W)
6
0
183
7
1½
7'(W)
7
0
214
8
8'(W)
8
0
244
9'(W)
9
0
274
10'(W)
10
0
305
11'(W)
11
0
12'(W)
12
0
13'(W)
13
0
Door
Height
B
C (B+12 ½” )
Ft.
In.
cm
Ft.
In.
cm
4'(H)
4
0
122
5
½
154
218
6'(H)
6
0
183
7
½
215
1½
248
6' 8"(H)
6
8
203
7
8½
235
9
1½
279
7'(H)
7
0
214
8
½
246
10
1½
309
7' 6"(H)
7
6
229
8
6½
260
11
1½
339
8'(H)
8
0
244
9
½
276
336
12
1½
370
9'(H)
9
0
275
10
½
306
366
13
1½
400
10'(H)
10
0
305
11
½
337
397
14
1½
431
11'(H)
11
0
336
12
½
367
12'(H)
12
0
366
13
½
398
13'(H)
13
0
396
14
½
428
13' 4"(H)
13
4
406
14
4½
438
14'(H)
14
0
427
15
½
459
TABLE 1 RS 300 Door Standard Dimensions
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2.
Warnings
!
Warning!
Disconnect All Power Sources Before Installing This Equipment. Failure To Disconnect Power
Source Can Result In Property Damage, Serious Injury Or Death!
!
Warning!
Door assembly is heavy!
Ensure that sufficient workers and equipment are available for safely lifting the door.
!
Warning!
Dangerous Rotating Machinery!
Keep Hands, Clothing, Etc. Clear When Operating!
Do Not Operate Without All Guards And Covers In Place!
!
Warning!
All Wiring Should Be In Accordance with National Electrical Codes Or Other Local Codes.
!
Warning!
The Installer Is Responsible For Complying With All Relevant Regulations, Such As National
Wiring Regulations And Accident Prevention Regulations. Particular Attention Must Be Given
To The Cross-sectional Areas Of Conductors, The Selection Of Fuses Or Other Protection, And
Protective Earth/Ground Connections!
!
Warning!
The Voltages In The Power Cables And Certain Parts Of The Drive Can Result In Death.
Whenever The Drive Has Been Used It Must Be Isolated And Disconnected For 5 Minutes
Before Any Work Commences.
!
Danger!
Only Qualified Electrical Personnel Familiar With The Construction And Operation Of This
Equipment And The Hazards Involved Should Install, Adjust, And/Or Service This Equipment.
Read And Understand This Manual In Its Entirety Before Proceeding. Failure To Observe This
Precaution Could Result In Severe Bodily Injury Or Death!
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3.
Limited Warranty
All products are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1)
year from the date of purchase if installed and used in strict accordance with the installation instructions.
Liability is limited to the sale price of any products proved to be defective or, at manufacturers’ option, to
the replacement of such products upon their return. No products are to be returned to the manufacturer,
until there is an inspection and/or a return-goods authorization (RGA) number is issued.
All complaints should be directed first to the authorized distributor who sold the product. If satisfaction is
not obtained or the name of the distributor is not known, write the manufacturer that appears below,
directed to the attention of Customer Service Manager.
This limited warranty is expressly in lieu of any and all representations and warranties expressed or
implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The
remedy set forth in this limited warranty shall be the exclusive remedy available to any person. No person
has authority to bind the manufacturer to any representation or warranty other than this limited warranty.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any consequential damages resulting from the use of our products
or caused by any defect, failure or malfunction of our products. (Some areas do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to
you.)
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from area to
area.
Warrantor:
RollSeal, Inc. / Hired-Hand Green
PO Box 140
1751 County Road 68
Bremen, Alabama 35033
Phone 256-287-7000
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4.
Physical Description/Options
The RollSeal-Green RS-300 Door is available
with multiple features and options such as:
• Standard Door Sizes: Refer to Table
1, RS-300 Door Standard
Dimensions.
• Operators: Manual Chain Hoist,
Somfy Tube Motor, or Manaras
Operator
• Left or Right Side Mounting: The
manual or Manaras operators can be
mounted on either the left or right side.
The Somfy is limited to the right side
only. The Operator Mounting Side
must be selected at the time of order.
• Manaras Operator Voltage Selection:
115V, 208V, 230V, and 460V-3ph
• Manaras Operator Options: Receiver
and Transmitters, Loop Detector,
Motion Detector, etc.
•
•
•
•
Windows: 44" high by full width of
door panel.
Screen Door Attachment (Uses
separate Operator & Remote Control)
Fabric & Fabric Colors: Frost, white,
black, blue, red, tan, green, anti-static,
and insect screen.
Other accessories can be added such as
a remote IR sensor, photo eye safety
beams, ceiling pull switch, lock-out
switch, other various types of switches,
and door status / movement indicators
such as lights and bells.
NOTE: Certain options may only be available
with specific operators. Refer to
Section 12, RS-300 Door Options and
Accessories.
Head Unit
Manual
Drive
Option
Tension pipes are
located within folds
of curtain.
Somfy
Motor
Option
Hooks & Loops Strip
(Attached to inside of
curtain and inside track
units)
Manaras
Operator
Option
Bottom Channel
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4.1
Operators & Operator Clearances
The RS-300 door has three Operator Options:
a. Manual Chain Hoist b. Somfy Tube Motor and c. Manaras Operator.
Identify the operators, mounting options, and Operator Clearance Dimensions by referring to Figure 3
below:
a. Manual Chain Hoist
EN
OP
CL
OS
E
4" (10.2cm)
b. Somfy Tube Motor
4” (10.2cm)
Left or Right Mount Options
2.75" (6.9 cm)
Right-Mounted Only
c. Manaras Operator
8 ' Minimum
Clearance
Figure 3 RS 300 Operators, Mounting Options, and Operator Clearance Dimensions
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4.2
Operator Power Options
•
•
•
5.
Manual Chain Hoist……………………... Power not required.
Somfy Tube Motor Rating……………… 115 VAC @ 2.0 amp
Manaras Operator Ratings:
115 VAC
208 VAC
230 VAC
460 VAC-3ph
@ 8.0 amp
@ 2.1 amp
@ 4.0 amp
@ 1.0 amp
Door Installation
5.1
Tools Required
3/8 in. (10 mm) Power screwdriver (portable)
5/16 in. (8 mm) Drive
7/16 in. (11mm) Wrench
5/16 in. x 1-1/2 in. (8mm x 38mm) Lag Screws (provided)
Tape Measure
Carpenter’s Level
Ladder
NOTE: Other Tools May Be Required According To Installation.
5.2
Overview
The RS-300 door is shipped with pre-assembled vertical members (left track and right track), and a preassembled horizontal member (roller support, roller, operator, and curtain). Identify components by the
Parts/Assemblies section in back of this manual. When components are received, check for damaged, loose
or missing parts. If there are damaged or missing parts contact your RollSeal-Green distributor
immediately. Please read and understand all instructions in this manual before beginning installation.
5.3
Adjusting the Clear Opening
Locate your particular system in Table 1, Page 1 and your specific Operator & Operator Clearance in
Section 4.1, Page 5. Read the value of length and width of the clear opening for the door size that you are
installing. This gives the required dimensions of the clear opening. If necessary, adjust the dimensions of
the mounting posts or framing members to the height and width of your RS-300 door system as shown in
Table 1. Refer to Section 5.7, Page 8, Figure 4 for details of attaching door to framing members.
Framing material must provide suitable support for attachment of screws.
Make sure that mounting posts or framing members are positioned so that the screw holes of the outer
flanges of the vertical members will align with the mounting posts or framing members. Ensure that there
is room for the motor without encountering any obstructions. Refer to Section 4.1 for Motor Clearances.
5.4
Attachment Points of Door
When sizing the clear opening for attachment of the door, pay close attention to the following guidelines.
Door flanges have pre-drilled holes that serve as mounting points of door. Flange widths are shown in
Figure 1.
1. Ensure the door assembly is plumb & square.
2.
The horizontal member has a mounting tab on the Top Left and Top Right sides. Ensure these tabs
overlap framing and are securely fastened.
3.
The vertical members have outer flanges and inner flanges. The outer flanges have pre-drilled holes
that serve as attachment points. Ensure the outer flanges overlap framing.
4.
When the door is raised in front of the clear opening (See Section 5.6), flanges must be flush against
framing for attachment of screws.
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5.5
Assembly of Parts
CAUTION:
Do not remove the cable tie securing the chain to the chain guide (for Manual
Chain Hoist Doors) or cable ties around the horizontal member (for Manaras
Operator Doors) at this point. The cable ties must hold the curtain inside the
horizontal member until assembly and mounting is complete.
1.
Arrange the horizontal member (Hood Section), left vertical member (left track), and right
vertical member (right track) on the floor in front of the clear opening as shown in Figure 4
with the flange side facing upward.
2.
At each end of the Horizontal member, there are two brackets. Refer to Figure 4 shown
below. One bracket attaches to threaded pins inside the track flange. The other bracket (on
the front of the hood) attaches to threaded pins on the outside of track unit. Attach hood to
track unit.
3.
Add nuts to threaded attachment pins. Tighten nuts securely to 90 in-lbs torque.
CAUTION: Excessive torque will damage the threaded pins. Do not over-tighten.
4.
Repeat steps 1-3 to install right track.
Bracket fits to
inside of track
Figure 4
Frame Assembly
Threaded
Pins
Bracket attached to front
of hood fits to the outside
of track.
Clear Opening
Right Track
Left Track
Left track
(Flange side up)
Horizontal Member
(Hood Section)
Unassembled
Parts
Flange mounting
bracket should be on
top side of track unit.
Lay tracks flat with
the flanges on top.
Hook & loop strips
go to inside of
door.
Hood section
(Curtain included)
Placement of Parts for Assembly
Lay left track, right track, and horizontal
member face down in front of the clear opening
as shown.
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5.6
Fastening Door Assembly to
Clear Opening
After attaching tracks to top section, the door assembly is
ready for installation to the clear opening. Refer to
Figure 4 and Figure 5.
Use a tape measure and make sure that the overall
height and overall width of the clear opening meet
the requirements: Overall Height = Door Opening
Height + 12.5 in. (31.75 cm) Overall Width = Door
Opening Width + 13.5 in. (34.29 cm)
2. Make sure that the door assembly is plumb &
square. (Diagonal measurements, etc.)
3. Center door assembly on clear opening. Align the
bottom of each vertical member with the respective
framing board or posts of the clear opening.
NOTE: The vertical members should be aligned so that
their outer flanges will exactly overlap with the
framing boards or posts when the door
assembly is raised into position.
4.
Assemble workers and equipment into position on each side
of the door assembly. SLOWLY LIFT TOP OF DOOR
ASSEMBLY TO RAISE THE DOOR.
5.
Lean door assembly upright against clear opening.
6.
Carefully press flanges of the door assembly flush against
faces of framing boards or posts. When the openings are
matched, level the top and sides using a float level on the
header, on each track, and verify the inside diagonal
measurements are the same.
1.
IMPORTANT: Leveling is very important because the curtain
may bind if not leveled properly.
7.
As shown in Figure 5, fasten Tek screws (in steel) or lag
screws (in wood) through the flanges on sides of door
assembly. Securely tighten all screws.
8.
On the lower and upper flanges of the horizontal member
there are attachment points for fastening screws. Fasten tek
screws (in steel) or lag screws (in wood) through the holes.
This secures the top of the door to the clear opening.
9.
INSTALLATION OPTIONAL: Depending on the endusers application, the bottom channel may not be required.
At bottom of tracks, insert bottom channel between tracks.
Check and ensure that the bottom channel is level.
Figure 5
Bottom channel
Top flange
1 in. (2.5 cm)
The two diagonals
must be equal.
Seat bottom channel
against bottom of
tracks.
FRONT
This ensures that
the RollSeal Door is
mounted square.
NOTE: Shift bottom of door right or
left until both diagonal
measurements are equal. At
that point, the door is square.
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Outside
Flange
1 in.
(2.5 cm)
RS-300 Door
Leave bottom channel
unfastened for easy
removal.
NOTE: Installation of the bottom channel is optional.
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6.
Manual Chain Hoist Door Operation
6.1
Manual Chain Hoist Option - Details
Head Unit
Shaft
Bracket
Bushing
(0406-4747)
Chain Guide Wheel
Cotter Key
Screw
(1/4x20x5/8)
Bolt
(1004-7077)
Washer
(1003-2601)
Door Track
Chain
Figure 6 Manual Chain Hoist - Details
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!
Warning!
NEVER RELEASE CHAIN!
If Chain Is Released, Door Will Drop With Rapid Motion. Injury May Occur If Chain Is Released!
Do not remove the cable tie securing the chain to the chain guide until after the chain bracket is
completely installed and the chain is secure.
Remove and discard the cable tie securing the chain to the chain guide prior to manual
operation.
6.2
Manual Chain Hoist Installation
Install Chain Bracket
1.
Position chain bracket at height to allow chain to
hook into bracket as shown in Figure 7.
2.
Securely fasten chain bracket to wall with screws.
Figure 8
Manual Operation
1.
While securely holding the chain, cut the shipping
cable tie from the chain to the chain guide.
2.
Carefully pull chain in direction of arrow (Figure 7)
to Open (Raise) door.
CAUTION!
Never release chain while door is being
raised!
3.
When door is fully raised, securely hook chain into
bracket as shown in Figure 8.
4.
To Close (Lower) door, securely hold chain. Unhook
chain from bracket. Gradually close door.
NOTE: Maintain tension on chain while door is
lowered to prevent rapid drop of door.
Figure 7
EN
OP
CL
OS
E
Right Track
Side View
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7.
Somfy Tube Motor
The Somfy Tube Motor is available in the Right Mounted option only.
7.1
Somfy Motor Option - Details
Head Unit
Box
SOMFY Tube Motor
Clip - Locking
Cap - Locking
Bolt
(1/4x20x5/8
Screw
Cover
Lock Nut
Mounting
Bracket
7.2
Connecting Electrical Power to the Somfy Tube Motor
! WARNING!
3.
• Disconnect All Electrical Power
Sources Before Wiring Motor.
• Electrical Connections And Grounding
Must Comply With All Local, State,
And National Codes.
1.
2.
Disconnect all electrical power. Remove
motor box door and locate terminal block.
Refer to Figure 9 - Wiring Diagram shown
on next page. Connect wires from switch,
power supply, and motor cable according to
the electrical wiring diagram.
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Install ON/OFF switch at a convenient location
on the inside of the building.
NOTE: If more than one switch location is required,
see Section 7.3 on Sequential Relay
Installation.
4.
Turn on electrical power. Set limit switches.
Refer to limit switch instructions in Section 7.2.
5.
Operate door by pressing ON/OFF switch. Open
and close door a few times to test limit switch
settings. Reset limit switches if required.
6.
Installation of door completed.
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NOTE: These instructions apply to a Somfy Tube Motor mounted on the righthand side of door. In this wiring diagram the motor turns in the
direction shown in Figure 8 to close the curtain. The motor turns in
the opposite direction to open the curtain.
Figure 9
Wiring Diagram
Somfy
Motor
Ground(Green)
Close (Red)
Open (Black)
Neutral (White)
Ground Screw In Door
Terminal Block
Inside Motor Box
Ground(Green)
Close (Red)
Black
SWITCH
Black - L1
Brown - B1
Open (Brown)
Open (Black)
Neutral (White)
Red - A1
Green - Gnd
See Wiring Diagram
Inside Switch Package
Line
Ground
Neutral
120 Volt Line
7.3
Setting Limit Switches on the Somfy Tube Motor Option
NOTE: These instructions apply to a motor mounted on the right-hand side of a curtain as viewed from the front.
OPEN and CLOSE directions of motor rotation are shown in Figure 10.
Fig. 10 Limit Switches (Motor mounted on the righthand side of curtain as viewed from front)
Open
Direction
Direction motor
rotates to roll up
curtain.
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Direction
Direction motor
rotates to roll down
curtain.
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depressing and releasing it. This sets the
OPEN limit.
1.
Turn OFF electrical power.
2.
Locate limit switches at end of motor.
3.
Refer to Figure 10. The OPEN position
and CLOSE position of the door curtain
have to be set. This is where the curtain will
automatically stop.
Remove the protective cap from the motor
head. Depress fully both limit switch push
buttons (if not already pushed). They will
automatically lock in the down position
Turn ON the electrical power switch and
check that the drive pipe rotates correctly. If
not, put the electrical switch in the OFF
position, disconnect all power sources, and
reverse the black and red motor connection
wires at the terminal block.
OPEN Limit. Bring motor rotation into
desired open position. Turn OFF power
switch when position is reached. Unlock the
OPEN limit switch push button by
4.
5.
6.
7.4
7.
CLOSE Limit. Repeat the above procedure
to set the CLOSE limit.
8. Allow the motor to run in both directions,
until it shuts off in the stop positions.
NOTE: Because of the built in thermal
protection feature, the motor may shut off
automatically after running without
interruption for an extended period of
time. Please wait until the motor has
cooled off and is ready for operation
again, (approximately 10-15 minutes).
9. Changing the Set Stop Position
Press the limit switch adjustment button that
lies in the direction of rotation. Bring the
curtain into the desired stop position.
Release the limit switch adjustment button
by pressing it down again.
Sequential Relay Wiring for Somfy Motor
A Sequential Relay can be used to operate an RS-300 Door’s push buttons or pull switches. This is required when
more that one switch is desired, for example, one on each side of the door. A kit (Switch for Tube Motor) is
available as RollSeal-Green part number 6450-6004. A wiring diagram is shown at the right in Figure 11.
Figure 11
Sequential Relay Wiring Diagram
Red
Somfy Black
White
Motor
Green/
GND
Red
Neutral
GND
Power
Supply
Any
Normally
Open
Operator
Switch
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8.
Manaras Operator
8.1
Manaras Operator Option - Details
IMPORTANT NOTES:
1. This Operator Must Be Installed A Minimum Of 8 ft. (2.4m) Above
Floor. See Figure 3 on Page 7
2. Do not remove the cable ties from around the door head unit
until after the Manaras Operator is completely installed and
tightened to the door head unit shaft. Remove cable tie prior to
operation.
Drive Shaft
Spreader bar
Small Sprocket
Chain
Manaras Operator
Remote
Receiver
(Optional)
Tension pipes are
located within folds
of curtain.
Large
Sprocket
Lock Collar
Hooks & Loops Strip
(Attached to inside of
curtain and inside track
units)
Manaras Mounting
Plate
Manaras Back-up
Chain Hoist
Bottom Channel
Figure 12 RS 300 Door & Manaras Operator Option
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8.2
Installation of Manaras Operator
The Manaras Operator has two sets of mounting holes: outside the frame for wall mounting and inside the frame for
hood mounting.
To open the control box cover, loosen the screw at the base of the cover. If the cover cannot be fully opened, the
retaining cam may be used to hold the cover in other positions. Refer to Figure 13, Control Box Cover Opening.
Figure 13
Control Box Cover Opening
After installation, verify that there is no obstacle in the way when opening the control box cover. If an obstacle
exists preventing the cover from opening, it is possible to remove the cover by cutting the plastic hinge at its thinnest
point or unscrewing it from the box before putting the operator on the wall or hood. Closing the cover will also
require using two supplementary screws. Refer to Figure 14, Hinge Elimination And Cover Fastening By
Screws.
Cut the hinge
or lengthwise.
Remove the two
Replace two
screws
screws to fix
the cover.
Figure 14
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8.3
Mounting The Manaras Operator
Locate the four mounting holes. The optimum distance between the door shaft and operator drive shaft is
between 12" and 15". Mount the OPERA unit by fastening it to the wall, bench or hood with 3/8" or 1/2"
thru-bolts or if the wall is of such construction so as to prohibit use of thru-bolts, lag bolts and shields of
sufficient size may be used. Do not tighten. Refer to Figure 15, Mounting Dimensions For Wall Or
Hood.
Figure 15
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8.4
Spreader, Sprocket, And Chain Installation
CAUTION!
MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE OPERATOR IS PERFECTLY ALIGNED
WITH DOOR SHAFT, OTHERWISE, DAMAGE CAN OCCUR.
(Size 50-12)
(Size 50-23)
Figure 16
Chain Spreader
NOTE:
Figure 17
Chain Spreader Mounted On
Door And Operator Shafts.
If a chain spreader has been ordered along with your operator, Refer to
Figure 16, Mounting Chain Spreader and Figure 17, Chain Spreader
Mounted On Door And Operator Shafts for installation.
1.
Place the driven (Size 50-12) sprocket on the door shaft loosely and align it with the drive (Size 50-23)
sprocket of the Manaras operator.
2.
Lock the drive and driven sprockets in place by inserting the keys and tightening their respective set
screws.
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3.
Connect the sprockets with the drive chain, shorten to a suitable length and join together with the chain link
provided in the hardware bag. To shorten the chain, punch out the pin that will leave an inside link nearest
to the desired length. Connect the chain around the sprockets using the chain link. Refer to Figure 18,
Chain Link.
Figure 18
Chain Link
4.
Slide the operator to tighten the drive chain and then firmly tighten the mounting bolts. Check the tension
on the chain and the set screws on the sprockets (there should be no more than 1/4" slack when chain is
depressed between sprockets.
5.
Opera-MH: Run hand chain through the pocket wheel and through the chain guide outside the frame
(Refer to Figure 19, Installing Hand Chain On Manaras Operator), allow both ends to hang down
toward the ground and cut hand chain, if necessary, so that both ends are approximately 2 feet (0.6 m) from
floor. Connect both ends of hand chain.
CAUTION!
BEFORE PULLING HAND CHAIN THROUGH POCKET WHEEL OR LIFTING THE
DOOR DIRECTLY BY HAND, PULL CAM PLATE AND SPIN CAM NUTS TO CENTER
OF LIMIT SHAFT SO AS TO BE SURE THE CAMS ARE NOT BEING MECHANICALLY
DRIVEN THROUGH THEIR NORMAL LIMIT SWITCH END POSITIONS.
Figure 19
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Installing Hand Chain On Manaras Operator
RS-300 Door
Page 20 of 30
8.5
Limit Switches
! Warning!
TO AVOID THE DANGER OF POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO THE DOOR AND
OPERATOR, TRAVELLING CAMS MUST BE ADJUSTED TO THEIR
APPROXIMATE POSITIONS BEFORE MANUALLY OPERATING THE
DOOR OR BEFORE APPLYING POWER TO THE OPERATOR.
There are 4 limit switches. Two are used as end of travel, one is for radio-control or one-button operation and one is
for reversing devices. These switches are activated by the rotary cams traveling on a threaded shaft. Refer to
Figure 20, Limit Switches.
“Open Position” cam
Cam Retaining Plate
“Close Position” cam
Limit Switches Lever
“Advanced Open”
Limit Switch
“Open” Limit Switch
“Close” Limit Switch
Figure 20
8.6
“Advanced Close”
Limit Switch
Limit Switches
Adjustment Of Limit Switches
! Warning!
NEVER PLACE HANDS OR TOOLS INSIDE OPERATOR OR NEAR
DRIVE MECHANISM UNLESS POWER IS OFF.
1.
Open the cover of the electrical enclosure.
2.
Manually raise the door to a nearly opened position using the Manaras manual chain. (Refer to section 9.1,
Manual Operation of Door with Manaras Operator )
3.
Pull the traveling cam retaining bracket on the Open Position cam side and rotate the Open Position cam. Refer
to Figure 21, Adjusting The Limit Cams.
Note:
4.
Turning the cam towards the center of the shaft increases door travel. Turning the cam towards the switch
decreases door travel.
Manually rotate the Open Position cam until the lever activates the Open limit switch sufficiently so as to hear
the switch click.
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
RS-300 Door
Page 21 of 30
5.
Release and engage the retaining bracket. Make sure that the bracket engages in the slots of both limit cams
after each adjustment.
6.
Manually lower the door to a nearly closed position and repeat steps 3 through 5 with the Close Position cam.
7.
Upon completion of all wiring connections (Section 8.5), repeat steps 2 through 6 of Section 8.4 using the
"Stop" button for adjustments of limit switches to their final, exact positions.
Pull the travelling cam retaining bracket
on desired side to adjust cam position.
Figure 21
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Adjusting The Limit Cams
RS-300 Door
Page 22 of 30
8.7
Wiring Options To The Manaras Operator Terminal Block
•
Radio Controls: Consists of a radio receiver unit and remote transmitters. These controls consist of an
RF signal being emitted on a "pulse" basis to a mated receiver tuned to the same "pulse" rate. Once the
receiver accepts the code, a relay is activated closing a set of contacts.
•
Photo-electric units: Can be used as opening and reversing devices. An infra red light is emitted from
the control to a reflector and back. If, during closing travel of the door, the light beam is broken, the
door will reverse to the fully open position.
•
Digital Keypad: Consists of a control head which is pedestal mounted. Similar to a telephone touch
pad it allows the selective coding of a four number series. Once the programmed series of numbers is
received in their set order, a relay closes and completes a circuit.
•
Card Reader: A magnetic-mechanical device which accepts sealed and coded cards. The cards trigger
magnets to raise in the cartridge head, releasing a lock mechanism which allows a deeper insertion of
the card. The card then contacts a switch that closes the circuit.
•
Key Switch: Momentary contact will open door. Can be wall or post mounted for interior or exterior
use.
* Refer to Figure 22, Manaras Terminal Input Connections.
5
6 7
24 VAC
CLOSE
4
OPEN /
CLOSE
OPEN
3
COM
COM
1 2
SAFETY
DEVICE
STOP
24 VAC
POWER
PUSH-BUTTON STATION
8
9
L
N
Line Neutral
EXTERNAL
INTERLOCK
Ground
OPEN
CLOSE
STOP
THREE PUSH BUTTON
RADIO RECEIVER
DIGITAL KEYPAD
KEY STATION
(OPEN COMMAND)
PUSH BUTTON
(OPEN/CLOSE COMMAND)
CARD READER
(OPEN COMMAND)
PHOTO CELL
24 VAC PILOT LIGHT
(to indicate “POWER ON”)
Figure 22
NOTE:
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Manaras Terminal Input Connections
Certain accessory devices may require additional power wiring.
RS-300 Door
Page 23 of 30
8.8
Switch Operation of Door with Manaras Operator
Complete installation and operating instructions are
provided with the Manaras Operator at the time of
delivery. Refer to these instructions for the proper
installation and alignment of the Manaras operator.
To Operate Door:
1. Depress manual control button. Door curtain
will unroll to 'closed' position.
!
2.
Depress manual control button. Door curtain will
roll up to 'open' position.
3.
Depress button to open or close door as desired.
4.
Open and close the door a few times to test door
operation and remove any wrinkles in the door
curtain.
5.
If you detect any problems, STOP. Disconnect
electrical power. Contact your distributor for
assistance.
Warning!
Do not remove the cable ties from around the door head unit until the door is installed to
the door frame and the Manaras Operator is properly installed to the door drive shaft.
Without proper support, the door will drop with rapid motion and injury may occur.
Before using the Manaras Operator’s UP/DOWN manual chain or switch controls, ensure
the shipment cable ties are removed from around the door head unit.
8.9
Manual Operation of Door with Manaras Operator
The RS 300 door can be operated manually in the event of a power outage or if there is a motor malfunction. To
operate the door manually, perform the following instructions.
!
Warning!
Do not attempt to manually operate the door while the operator is running. Do not attempt
to manually force a malfunctioning door to open or close. The chain is an emergency
device and is not designed to operate a door with serious mechanical problems.
1.
Pull on the hand chain in the down direction.
The first foot pulled will engage the chain hoist
mechanism and disable the electrical circuit.
2.
Continue to pull the chain in the desired
direction. Repeat actions 1 and 2 in the opposite
direction if the door does not run in the desired
direction.
3.
To return to electrical operation, pull slightly on
the chain in the opposite direction.
5.
Adjustment of the door is required if no door
movement occurs after two feet of pulled chain.
To adjust, turn the adjusting nut clockwise (See
Figure 23) by ¼ turn until the hoist engages
after pulling one foot of chain.
NOTE: If the nut is too tight, the manual torque on
the chain will be too heavy.)
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
RS-300 Door
Figure 23 Chain Adjusting Nut
Page 24 of 30
9.
Installation of Replacement Curtain Material
1.
Identify the three curtain panels as shown in Figure
24, Detail 1. The center panel has a hook & loop
strip across the top. The center panel does not have
hook & loop strips on the sides.
The inside & outside panels have hook & loop
strips at the top, and hook and loop strips along the
sides of the panels.
The outside panel may be identified as the longer of
the two panels.
NOTE: Prior to removing the old panel, close the
door (panel down) and observe how (a) the
inside curtain is bolted to the back-plate, (b)
how the center curtain is screwed to the main
drive with pan-head screws, and (c) how the
outside curtain is screwed to the front bar.
Once the new panels are adjusted using the
hook & loop strips, reinstall the same bolts and
screws as they were removed from the old
panel.
2.
To install the curtain material, take the inside
curtain (Detail 1 and Detail 2), and attach the
material to the backplate.
3.
After the inside curtain has been attached, take the
center curtain (Detail 1 & Detail 2), and attach the
center curtain to the drive roller.
4.
Take the outside curtain, (Detail 1 & Detail 2), and
attach the outside curtain to the top bar.
5.
After the curtain has been secured, install the
bottom bars in the curtain as shown in Detail 3.
The front bar should be installed first. The back bar
should then be installed, and should be above the
front bar.
Fig. 24
Curtain Installation
Center
Curtain
Main Drive
Roller
Detail 1
Inside
Curtain
Inside
Curtain
Hook & Loop
Strip
Outside
Curtain
Center
Curtain
Outside
Curtain
Pan headek
Screw
Detail 3
Hook & Loop
Strip
Hook & Loop
Strip
Bottom Bar
Detail 2
Inside
Curtain
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Outside Curtain
Center Curtain
RS-300 Door
Page 25 of 30
10. Door Panel Adjustments
During normal operation, the tension pipes should run in close proximity of each other. The clearance between the
tension pipes should normally be between 1/4″ to 1/2″ (6.35 mm - 12.7 mm). There are two situations pertaining to
the tension pipes that may cause problems with door operation. If the tension pipes are too far apart, the tension
pipes will not repel each other. This causes poor contact between the hook & loop. On the other hand, if the tension
pipes are riding one another (i.e. touching one another), the door panel material does not flow evenly, thus leaving
wrinkles in the panel instead of a stretched, smooth & even appearance.
Adjustment Procedures
The clearance between the tension pipes can be adjusted by raising or lowering the door panels. Each door has three
panels: (1) The inside panel (panel facing the inside of building) is attached to the back plate. (2) The center panel
is attached to the roller. (3) The outside panel (facing the outside of building) is attached to the front bar.
Adjustments are made to the inside panel and/or the outside panel.
NOTE: The door must be in the closed position for panel adjustments. Ensure the panels are not damaged while
removing or reinstalling the nuts and screws.
To adjust the height of the outside tension pipe, raise or lower the outside door panel by removing the pan-head
screws, detaching the panel hook & loop from the front bar, and raising or lowering the panel. Then re-attach the
panel loop to the hook on the front bar. Be sure to keep tension pipe level during this procedure. Reinstall the panhead screws through the panel material and into the front bar to securely hold the material in place.
To adjust the height of the inside tension pipe, raise or lower the inside door panel by loosening the three nuts,
detaching the panel hook & loop from the back plate, and raising or lowering panel. Then cut new holes through the
panel material for the pem-studs and re-attach the panel loop to the hook on back plate. Install the nuts and washers
to the back plate securely in the same order as removed to hold the material in place. Be sure to keep the tension
pipe level during this procedure.
Inside panel
Side view of
RS 300 door
Interior parts
Center panel
Outside panel
Roller
Inside
Tension
Pipe
Back plate
Hook & loop
Raise or lower
panel material
Fasten material
with pan head
screw
Outside
Tension
Pipe
Inside panel
Clearance of 1/4"-1/2"
(6.35mm -12.7mm)
between tension pipes
Center panel
(shown relaxed)
Outside panel
Figure 25 Door Panel Adjustments
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
RS-300 Door
Page 26 of 30
11. Parts/Assemblies
Top Unit Assembly
(Horizontal Member)
Item No.
6421-9517
6421-9636
6421-9530
6421-6106
6421-4407
6421-6103
6421-6259
6421-6099
6421-9349
With Somfy Motor
Complete Top unit assy. 5 ft. (1.5 m)
Complete Top unit assy. 6 ft. (1.82 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 7 ft (2.13 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 8 ft. (2.44 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 9 ft. (2.74 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 10 ft. (3.04 m)
Complete Top unit assy. 11 ft. (3.35 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 12 ft. (3.66 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 13 ft. (3.96 m.)
6421-9641
6421-9642
6421-9643
6421-6250
6421-9770
6421-6253
6421-6260
6421-6256
6421-9644
With Chain or Manaras Operator
mounted on RIGHT side of Door
Complete Top unit assy. 5 ft. (1.5 m)
Complete Top unit assy. 6 ft.(1.83 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 7 ft. (2.13 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 8 ft. (2.43 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 9 ft. (2.74 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 10 ft. (3.04 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 11 ft. (3.35 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 12 ft. (3.66 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 13 ft. (3.96 m.)
6421-9645
6421-9646
6421-9647
6421-9648
6421-9782
6421-9649
6421-6261
6421-9650
6421-9651
With Chain or Manaras Operator
mounted on LEFT side of Door
Complete Top unit assy. 5 ft. (1.5 m)
Complete Top unit assy. 6 ft.(1.83 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 7 ft. (2.13 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 8 ft. (2.43 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 9 ft. (2.74 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 10 ft. (3.04 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 11 ft. (3.35 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 12 ft. (3.66 m.)
Complete Top unit assy. 13 ft. (3.96 m.)
Top Assembly
Right Track
Left Track
Side Assemblies (Vertical Members)
Item No.
6421-9784
6421-9143
6421-0158
6421-9523
6421-0159
6421-6027
6421-6032
6421-6025
6421-9671
6421-6029
6421-3700
6421-0111
6421-9653
Left Track Description
Left trak assy. 4 ft. (1.02 m.)
Left trak assy. 6 ft. (1.83 m.)
Left trak assy. 6ft. 8in. (1.03 m.)
Left trak assy. 7 ft. (2.13 m.)
Left trak assy. 7ft. 6in. (2.29 m.)
Left trak assy. 8 ft. (2.44 m.)
Left trak assy. 9 ft. (2.74 m.)
Left trak assy. 10 ft. (3.05 m.)
Left trak assy. 11 ft. (3.35 m.)
Left trak assy. 12 ft. (3.66 m.)
Left trak assy. 13 ft. (3.96 m.)
Left trak assy. 13ft. 4in. (4.06 m.)
Left trak assy. 14 ft. (4.27 m.)
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Item No.
6421-9783
6421-9144
6421-0170
6421-9522
6421-0169
6421-6026
6421-6031
6421-6024
6421-9672
6421-6028
6421-3701
6421-0112
6421-9652
RS-300 Door
Right Track Description
Right trak assy. 4 ft. (1.02 m.)
Right trak assy. 6 ft. (1.83 m.)
Right trak assy. 6ft. 8in. (1.03 m.)
Right trak assy. 7 ft. (2.13 m.)
Right trak assy. 7ft. 6in. (2.29 m.)
Right trak assy. 8 ft. (2.44 m.)
Right trak assy. 9 ft. (2.74 m.)
Right trak assy. 10 ft. (3.05 m.)
Right trak assy. 11 ft. (3.35 m.)
Right trak assy. 12 ft. (3.66 m.)
Right trak assy. 13 ft. (3.96 m.)
Right trak assy. 13ft. 4in. (4.06 m.)
Right trak assy. 14 ft. (4.27 m.)
Page 27 of 30
12. RS-300 Door Options and Accessories
Description
Notes
Operators
Manual Chain Hoist
Somfy Tube Motor
Optional - Left or Right Side Mounting
Optional - Right Side Mounting Only
Manaras Operator:
115 VAC, Right-Mount, ½ hp
115 VAC, Left-Mount, ½ hp
208 VAC, Left-Mount, ½ hp
208 VAC, Right-Mount, ½ hp
230 VAC, Right-Mount, ½ hp
230 VAC, Left-Mount, ½ hp
460 VAC, Right-Mount, ½ hp
460 VAC, Left-Mount, ½ hp
Mounting Plate, Galvanized
Mounting Plate, Aluminum
Safety Cover, NEMA 1
Radio Remote Receiver
Radio Remote Transmitter
Motion Detector, All Motion
Motion Detector, Programmable
Loop Detector, Single Loop
Loop Detector, Dual Loop
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Optional - (Manaras Operators Only)
Fabric
Frost, white, blue, green, tan, black, red, anti-static
Insect Screen Material
Fabric Repair Kit, 18" x 18"
(Clear/Frost, White, Blue, Black, etc.)
Screen Attachment Assembly
Optional - Select prior to order
Optional Optional - Specify required color.
Optional - (Screen door piggy-back)
Window
44" Height x Full Width of Door
Optional -
Switches
Push-Button Switch (Additional)
One included with Door; Extra switches Optional
3 Position Switch, encl button (Open / Close / Stop)
Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional - (Safety Beams)
3 Position Switch, with Lockout
Ceiling Pull Switch, SPST
Open / Close Indicator Switch Assembly
Photo Eyes
Misc.
Clip Board Holder
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
Optional -
RS-300 Door
Page 28 of 30
NOTES
Part No. 4801-5157 Rev 11-05
RS-300 Door
Page 29 of 30
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