TS 971 Controller Manual - GFA

Installation instructions
Door control
TS 971
Automatic control panel with radio
Version: 51171542
-ausVersion: e / 01.2015
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GfA-ELEKTROMATEN
Australia Pty Ltd
P.O. Box 267
Roseville 2069 NSW
Telephone: 02 9882 2782
Facsimile: 02 9882 2783
Email: info@gfa-elektromaten.net
Web: www.gfa-elektromaten.net
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Contents
1 General safety information ............................................................................................ 6 2 Technical data .............................................................................................................. 7 3 Mechanical installation .................................................................................................. 8 4 Electrical installation ..................................................................................................... 9 Connection cable connection overview ........................................................................... 10 Limit switch configuration, screwable version up to year of construction in 1997............ 11 Limit switch configuration, single limit switches ............................................................... 11 Carrying out the electrical installation.............................................................................. 12 Mains supply ................................................................................................................... 13 Mains supply to control ................................................................................................... 13 Completing the electrical installation ............................................................................... 13 Overview of control ......................................................................................................... 14 5 Starting up the control ................................................................................................. 15 DES: Rapid adjustment of final limit positions ................................................................. 15 NES: Rapid adjustment of final limit positions ................................................................. 16 6 Advanced electrical installation.................................................................................... 17 External supply X1 .......................................................................................................... 17 Emergency stop X3 ......................................................................................................... 17 Automatic closing, On/Off X4 .......................................................................................... 17 External Control device X5.............................................................................................. 17 Photo cell X6 ................................................................................................................... 17 Light curtain X6 ............................................................................................................... 18 Radio receiver X7............................................................................................................ 18 Pull switch X7 .................................................................................................................. 18 Intermediate open X8 ...................................................................................................... 18 Red/green traffic lights X20 / X21 ................................................................................... 18 Magnetic brake X20 / X21 ............................................................................................... 18 Connection of spiral cable ............................................................................................... 19 WSD door-module (Wireless Safety Device) .................................................................. 20 Electrical safety edge 8K2 to WSD door-module ............................................................ 20 Optical safety edge OSE System 1 to WSD door-module............................................... 20 Optical safety edge OSE System 2 to WSD door-module............................................... 21 Door safety switch on "WSD" door module ..................................................................... 21 3
Teach-in of WSD door-module ........................................................................................ 22 Completing the advanced electrical installation ............................................................... 22 7 Control programming .................................................................................................. 23 8 Table menu items ....................................................................................................... 24 Door operating modes ..................................................................................................... 24 Door positions ................................................................................................................. 25 Door functions, ................................................................................................................ 26 Safety functions ............................................................................................................... 30 DI/FI settings ................................................................................................................... 31 Extended door functions.................................................................................................. 32 Maintenance cycle counter.............................................................................................. 33 Readout of Data memory ................................................................................................ 34 Deleting of all settings ..................................................................................................... 34 Reading out WSD door-module data............................................................................... 35 9 Safety devices ............................................................................................................ 36 X2: Input, door safety switch function .............................................................................. 36 X2: Input, safety edge system ......................................................................................... 38 Installation of the spiral cable .......................................................................................... 39 Integrated WSD door-module.......................................................................................... 42 EMERGENCY operation ................................................................................................. 44 X3: Input, emergency stop .............................................................................................. 44 10 Functional description ................................................................................................. 45 X: 24 VDC voltage supply ............................................................................................... 45 X1: Mains supply of the control and supply of external devices ...................................... 45 X4: Input, automatic closing Off/On ................................................................................. 46 X5: Input, control device .................................................................................................. 46 X6: Input „Through / reflective photo cell“ resp. light curtain ........................................... 47 X7: Input pull switch/radio receiver .................................................................................. 50 Internal radio receiver...................................................................................................... 51 Teach-in of radio transmitter ........................................................................................... 51 Deleting an individual radio transmitter ........................................................................... 52 Deleting all radio transmitters .......................................................................................... 52 X8: Input, intermediate stop On/Off ................................................................................. 53 4
X20 / X21: Potential-free relay contacts .......................................................................... 54 Force monitoring (DES only) ........................................................................................... 54 Travel time monitoring (NES only) .................................................................................. 55 UBS system .................................................................................................................... 56 UBS connection .............................................................................................................. 56 Reversing duration adjustment ....................................................................................... 56 Maintenance cycle counter ............................................................................................. 57 Short-circuit/overload display .......................................................................................... 57 Display for active WSD door-module wireles safety device ............................................ 57 Standby function ............................................................................................................. 58 Illumination of the built in push button of the door control ............................................... 58 11 Status display ............................................................................................................. 59 Faults .............................................................................................................................. 59 Commands ...................................................................................................................... 64 Status indications ............................................................................................................ 65 12 Explanation of symbols ............................................................................................... 66 13 Declaration of Incorporation/Declaration of Conformity ................................................ 68 Symbols
Warning - Risk of injury or danger to life!
Warning - Danger to life from electrical current!
Note - Important information!
▶
Prompt - Required action!
Illustrations show example products. Differences from the delivered product are possible.
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1 General safety information
Specified use
The door control is intended for a power-operated door with a drive unit (NES/DES GfA limit
switch system).
The safe operation is only guaranteed with specified normal use. The drive unit is to be
protected from rain, moisture and aggressive ambient conditions. No liability for damage
caused by other applications or non-observance of the information in the manual.
Modifications are only permitted with the agreement of the manufacturer. Otherwise the
Manufacturer’s Declaration shall be rendered null and void.
Safety information
Installation and commissioning are to be performed by skilled personnel only.
Only trained electrical craftsmen are permitted to work on electrical equipment. They must
assess the tasks assigned to them, recognise potential danger zones and be able to take
appropriate safety measures.
Installation work is only to be carried out with the supply off.
Observe the applicable regulations and standards.
Coverings and protective devices
Only operate with corresponding coverings and protective devices.
Ensure that gaskets are fitted correctly and that cable glands are correctly tightened.
Spare parts
Only use original spare parts.
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2 Technical data
Series
TS 971
Dimensions W x H x D
155 x 386 x 90
Installation
Vertical, free of vibration
Operating frequency
50 / 60
Supply voltage (+/- 10%)
1 N~220-230 V, PE
3 N~220-400 V, PE
3~220-400 V, PE
Output power for drive unit, maximum
3
kW
Protection per phase, on-site
10-16
A
External mains supply:
(internal electronic protection)
24
V DC
0.35
A
External mains supply: X1/L, X1/N
(protection via F1 micro-fuse)
Control inputs
Relay contacts
mm
Hz
1 N~230 V
1.6
A time-lag
24
V DC
Type 10
mA
2 potential-free
changeover contacts
230 V AC, 1 A
Loading of relay contacts,
ohmic/inductive
24 V DC, 0,4 A
Control power consumption
18
W
Temperature range
Operation: -10..+50
Storage: +0..+50
°C
Air humidity
up to 93 %
non-condensing
Protection class of housing
IP54
Compatible GfA - limit switch
NES (mechanical limit switch)
DES (digital limit switch)
Integrated radio receiver
WSD (Wireless Safety Device)
Handheld transmitter
2.4
434
GHz
MHz
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3 Mechanical installation
Control installation!
 Indoor use only
 Mounting only on even ground that is free of vibration
 Only vertical mounting position allowed
 Door must be in clear view from place of installation
Requirements
The permissible loads on walls, mountings, connection and transmission elements must not
be exceeded.
Mounting
The control is mounted via 4 elongated holes
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4 Electrical installation
Warning - Danger to life due to electrical current!
 Disconnect the cables (mains OFF) and check that the supply is off
 Observe the applicable regulations and standards
 Ensure proper electrical connection
 Use suitable tools
On-site backup fuse and mains disconnector!
 Only use all current sensitive earth leakage circuit breakers type B for FI-drive
units
 Connection to the indoor installation via an all-pole disconnector unit, with current
≥ 10 A as per EN 12453 (e.g. CEE plug connector, main switch)
Observe the installation instructions of the drive unit!
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Connection cable connection overview
Ⓐ DES
Pin
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
Core
5/wh
6/bn
7/gn
8/ye
9/gy
10/pk
Ⓐ NES
Pin
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
10
→
→
Core
5/wh
6/bn
7/gn
8/ye
9/gy
10/pk
Ⓑ X12 DES
Ⓒ MOT
Pin
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
Pin
①
②
③
④
⑤
Description:
+24 V safety circuit
Channel B (RS485)
Ground
Channel A (RS485)
Safety circuit
8 V DC supply voltage
→
Core
3
2
1
4
PE
Ⓔ X12 NES
Term.
11
12
6
15
8
4
Description:
Limit switch common +24 V, wire link to: 7, 9, 5, 14
S5 Auxiliary limit switch
S3 Open limit switch
S6 Auxiliary limit switch
S4 CLOSE limit switch
Safety circuit
Ⓓ X13
Term.
W
V
U
N
PE
Description:
Phase W
Phase V
Phase U
Neutral conductor (N)
Limit switch configuration, screwable version up to year of construction in 1997
W1
5
6
7
10
9
3
2
1
4 (N)
3
2
S6
S5
S3
S1
S2
S4
1
5
4
X12
S10
F1
G1
M1
S10
W1
Y1
Thermal contact
Rectifier
Motor
Emergency manual operation
Connection cable
Spring-loaded brake
X12
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
G1
F1
Y1
M1
Limit switch board
Emergency OPEN limit switch
Emergency CLOSE limit switch
OPEN limit switch
CLOSE limit switch
Auxiliary limit switch
Auxiliary limit switch
Limit switch configuration, single limit switches
W1
1 2 3 4PE
5
7
9
10
6
A1
M1
A1
F1
M1
S10
W1
S3
S4
Terminal box
Thermal contact
Motor
Emergency manual operation
Connection cable
S10
F1
S3
S4
S5
S6
S5
S6
OPEN limit switch
CLOSE limit switch
Auxiliary limit switch
Auxiliary limit switch
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Carrying out the electrical installation
▶ Remove covers.
▶ Open cable entry ① or ②.
▶ Insert and connect connection cable in the open cable entry ① (from below) or ② (from
above).
▶ Properly tighten cable glands.
Avoid damage to parts!
 Open cable entry with suitable tool
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Mains supply
3~, N, PE
220 – 400 V
3~, PE
220 – 400 V
1~, N, PE, sym.
220 – 230 V
1~, N, PE, asym.
220 – 230 V
50 - 60 Hz
50 - 60 Hz
50 - 60 Hz
50 - 60 Hz
L1 L2 L3 N PE
L1 L2 L3
N PE
PE
SI 25.15 WS, SI 45.7 WS
N
PE
SI 25.15 WS, SI 45.7 WS
Mains supply to control
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Completing the electrical installation
Install and tighten cable entries and/or cable glands.
For commissioning of the control, leave the covers open.
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Overview of control
S11
DES/
NES
MOT
S12
V1
S13
UBS
S
X6
X3
X
X7
X8
971
ANT
1.9
1.8
20.1
21.1
F1
2 0.3
2 0.2
2 1.3
2 1.2
X21 X20
GN D
T
X5
2 .5
2 .4
2 .3
2 .2
2 .1
X2
X4
F1 = 1,6A t
X1
DES/
NES
DES or NES limit switch socket
F1
MOT
S
S11
S12
S13
T
UBS
V1
Micro-fuse 1.6 A time-lag
Motor socket
Selector switch
OPEN push-button
STOP push-button
CLOSE push-button
Internal aerial, 434 MHz
Universal command sensor socket
Display
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X
X1
24 V mains supply, external devices
Mains supply
X2
Safety edge and
door safety switch
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X20
X21
Emergency STOP control device
Automatic closing On/Off
Control device, external three push-button
Through / reflective photo cell
Pull switch, external radio receiver
Intermediate open On/Off
Potential-free relay contact 1
Potential-free relay contact 2
5 Starting up the control
▶ Supply cables
Insert / switch on
DES: Rapid adjustment of final limit positions
1. Check output rotating direction
2. Move to OPEN final limit position
3. Save OPEN final limit position
4. Move to CLOSE final limit position
5. Save CLOSE final limit position
Note!
 The rapid adjustment is complete, "Hold-to-run" door operating mode is active
 Change of OPEN/CLOSE final limit positions via menu items "1.1" to "1.4"
 Pre-limit switch Safety edge is set automatically
 Changing the pre-limit position is possible via menu item "1.5"
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Observe the installation instructions of the drive unit!
 For adjusting the mechanical limit switch, see the drive unit installation
instructions
NES: Rapid adjustment of final limit positions
1. Check output rotating direction
2. Move to OPEN final limit position and adjust S3 OPEN limit switch
3. Move to CLOSE final limit position 5cm above the ground and adjust S5 pre-limit switch
4. Move to CLOSE final limit position and adjust S4 CLOSE limit switch
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6 Advanced electrical installation
External s upply X1
Emer gency stop X3
Automatic closi ng, On/Off X4
External supply X1
Emergency stop X3
X1
Automatic closing, On/Off X4
X3
X4
A2
A1
4
2
S15
S17
1 2
3
1
A3
A1
External device
A2
Control device
Emergency stop
A3
Control device
Key switch
External C ontr ol device X5
External Control device X5
A6
X5
X5
S14
1
A4
X5
2
3
2
2
1
S15
S17
1
P
2
4
1
3
S16
A4
Key push-button
A6
Three push button
Photo c ell X6
Photo cell X6
X6
X6
1 2 3 4 5
24V
A8
A8
Reflective
photo cell
X6
1 2 3 4 5
24V
1 2
24V
1 2
24V
1 2
24V
3
PNP
A9
A10
Through-beam
photo cell
A9 Transmitter
A10 Receiver
A11
A12
Through-beam
photo cell
A11 Transmitter
A12 Receiver
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Light curtain X6
X6
20.1
X20
20.3
20.2
21.1
21.2
X21
21.3
Light curtain X6
24V
24V*
24V
24V
24V*
24V*
X6
1 2 3 4 5
24V
1 2
24V
24V
24V*
1 2
1 2
24V
3
24V
PNP
A25
X20 Function relay
X21 Function relay
Test light curtain
A26
A27
Light curtain
A25 Transmitter
A26 Receiver
A28
Light curtain
A27 Transmitter
A28 Receiver
Radi o r eceiv er X7
Pull swi tch X7
Inter mediate open X8
Radio receiver X7
Pull switch X7
X7
Intermediate open X8
X7
X8
1 2 3 4
24V
4
4
S19
S17
12
3
A13
3
A14
A15
Red/gr een traffic lights X20 / X21
Magnetic brak e X20 / X21
Y1
1.9
1.8
20.2
20.1
20.3
X20/
21.2
21.1
Magnetic brake X20 / X21
21.3
1.9
1.8
20.2
20.1
20.3
21.1
21.2
X20/
21.3
Red/green traffic lights X20 / X21
G1
H2
H1 Traffic light, green
H2 Traffic light, red
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H1
G1 Rectifier
Y1 Magnetic brake
C1
Connecti on of s piral c abl e
Connection of spiral cable
X2
1
ST+
2
ST
3
SK1
4
SK2
8K2
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.1
Electrical safety edge
A18
43 2
R1
B1
A18
ST+
ST
SK1
SK2
B1
R1
X2
Junction box
Mains supply
Input for door safety switch
A18
ST+
ST
SK1
SK2
DW
R2
X2
Junction box
Mains supply
Input for door safety switch
A19
ST+
ST
SK/b
SK/g
SK/w
B2
B3
X2
Junction box
Mains supply
Input for door safety switch
Mains supply (brown)
Output (green)
Earth (white)
Optical transmitter
Optical receiver
Door control socket
Input electrical safety edge
Electrical safety edge
End of line resistor (8k2)
Door control socket
1
ST+
X2
2
ST
3
SK1
4
SK2
1K2
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.1
Pneumatic safety edge
DW
A18
43 2
R2
Input pneumatic safety edge
Pneumatic switch
End of line resistor (1k2)
Door control socket
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.1
Optical safety edge system
1
ST+
X2
2
ST
B2
SK/b
4
3
SK/g
4
SK/w
br
gn
B3
w
A19
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Door safety switch
A18
A19
A20
S30
ST
A18/A19
S30/
S31
2
S31
1
A20
Junction box
Junction box switch
Pass-door switch
(NC contact)
Slack-rope switch
(NC contact)
Door safety switch, crash switch
ST
A18/A19
A18
A19
A21
S38
ST
2
S38
A18/A19
2
S39
1
A21
1
A22
A22
S39
Junction box
Junction box switch
Crash switch
(NC contact)
Junction box switch
Crash switch
(NO contact)
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WSD door-modul e (Wireles s Safety Device)
WSD door-module (Wireless Safety Device)
Direction for opening
4
1
3
4
5
6
①
②
③
④
⑤
A23
P1
S1
G1
X1/2
ST3
WSD door module
WSD door-module push-button
Switch “A” for system 1, switch “B” for system 2
Lithium battery, 9000 mAh
Connection point for door safety switch
Socket for optical sensor / System-2
connection cable
2
7
⑥ ST2 Socket for system-2 connection cable
⑦ S2 Safety edge evaluation switch:
⑧
⑨
 Optical (upper changeover position, “IR”)
 Electrical (lower changeover position)
KL1 Terminal for:
 Electrical safety edge
ST1 Socket for optical sensor
Elec trical s afety edge 8K2 to WSD door-module
Electrical safety edge 8K2 to WSD door-module
Optic al s afety edge OSE Sys tem 1 to WSD door-module
Optical safety edge OSE System 1 to WSD door-module
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8
Optic al s afety edge OSE Sys tem 2 to WSD door-module
Optical safety edge OSE System 2 to WSD door-module
A23 WSD door module
A24 System 2 end box
A24
Door safety switc h on "WSD" door module
Door safety switch on "WSD" door module
2
S38
1
A24 System 2 end box
A24
2
S38 1
A21
X1 / X2
2
S38
1
A21
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Teach-in of WSD door-modul e
Teach-in of WSD door-module
Insert battery
Supply cables insert / switch on
Activate
Channel 8, for example
Available channels
Teach in
WSD door-module connected, dot on right is lit
Note!
 Use of a safety edge only possible via menu item "0.1",
door operating mode “.3”, “.4” or “.6”
Completing the advanced electrical installation
If required, connect other electrical equipment and/or safety devices. Install and tighten cable
entries and/or cable glands.
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7 Control programming
1. Start programming
Note!
 Possible after rapid adjustment of final
limit positions
2. Select menu item and confirm
3.a) Set and store functions
3.b) Set and store positions
4. Exit programming
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8 Table menu items
Door oper ating modes
Door operating modes
Door operating mode
OPEN
CLOSE
Hold-to-run
Hold-to-run
OPEN
CLOSE
Self-hold
Hold-to-run
OPEN
CLOSE
Self-hold
Self-hold
OPEN
CLOSE
Self-hold
Self-hold, CLOSE hold-to-run release via
external X5 control device
OPEN
CLOSE
Hold-to-run
Hold-to-run with active safety edge
Output rotating direction
Maintain output rotating direction
Change output rotating direction
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Door positions
Door positions
OPEN final limit position, coarse correction (DES)
Approach and store desired door position
CLOSE final limit position, coarse correction (DES)
Approach and store desired door position
OPEN final limit position, fine correction (DES)
Without door movement,
[+]
OPEN correction
[–]
CLOSE correction
CLOSE final limit position, fine correction (DES)
Without door movement,
[+]
OPEN correction
[–]
CLOSE correction
Fine-correction pre-limit switch for safety edge (DES)
Without door movement,
[+]
OPEN correction
[–]
CLOSE correction
Adjust intermediate open X8 (DES)*
Approach and store desired door position
Setting for position of relay 1 switching point (DES)*
Select relay function via menu item 2.7
Approach and store desired door position
Setting for position of relay 2 switching point (DES)*
Select relay function via menu item 2.8
Approach and store desired door position
*) Menu items 1.6 to 1.7 disappear at NES. The switching point must be adjusted via the S6 auxiliary limit switch
at the drive unit.
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Door functi ons,
Door functions, part 1
Safety device
Spiral cable
Teach-in of WSD door-module wireless safety device
2 to 2.1: Manual channel selection
 Up to 20 doors: Do not assign any radio channel
twice.
 If more than 20 doors: Ensure maximum distance
between the door controls with the same channels.
 Note taught-in channels in the controls housing.
Important for service work.
Pay attention to the WSD door-module manual
Safety edge function in the pre-limit area
Safety edge active
Safety edge inactive
Ground adjustment (DES)
(Activation of safety edge at ground contact)
Reversing in overrun area (DES)
Overrun correction (DES)
Off
On
(Do not use with ground adjustment)
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Door functions, Part 2
Automatic closing
0 to 240 seconds
Extended photo cell function
Off
Cancel automatic closing and CLOSE command
Vessel recognition
Cancellation of automatic closing and CLOSE-command
if photo cell activation duration > 1.5 seconds
Reversing
0 = Off
1 to 10 safety-device activations
Pull switch or radio receiver function X7
Type of impuls 1
Door is in OPEN final limit position
CLOSE command
Door is not at OPEN final limit position OPEN command
Type of impuls 2
Command sequence
OPEN – STOP – CLOSE – STOP – OPEN
Type of impuls 3
OPEN command only
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Door functions, Part 3
Relay function on X20
Relay function on X21
X20
X21
Off
Impuls contact*
for 1 second
Permanent contact*
Red lamp, permanently lit during door movement
OPEN final limit position
Flashing for 3 seconds
CLOSE final limit position
Flashing for 3 seconds
Red lamp, permanently lit during door movement
OPEN final limit position
Flashing for 3 seconds
CLOSE final limit position
Off
Red lamp, permanently lit during door movement
OPEN final limit position
Permanently lit for 3 seconds
CLOSE final limit position
Permanently lit for 3 seconds
Red lamp, permanently lit during door movement
OPEN final limit position
Permanently lit for 3 seconds
CLOSE final limit position
Off
Dock leveller release or
permanent green light
Active only in OPEN final limit position
Permanent contact
in CLOSE final limit position
Light sensing device
1-second pulse at each OPEN command
Permanent contact at door position*
Brake control
Active during operation
Inactive at stop
Light curtain test, etc.
Test prior to each closing operation
*) Previous teach-in of door positions via menu item 1.7 (1.8) relay X20 (X21) (only DES) or respectively via the
S6 auxiliary limit switch of the drive unit (NES).
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Door functions, Part 4
Intermediate open function
All command inputs
Input X7.2 and
internal radio receiver
Input X5.3 and
OPEN push-button of control
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Safety functions
Safety functions
Force monitoring (DES)
0 = Off
Adjustable for 2 % to 10 % overload
Interruption of the photo cell function (DES)
Off
On
(single reference position taught-in twice)
Travel time monitoring (NES)
0 = Off
0 to 90 seconds
Door safety switch function
(Input X2.2 / WSD door-module)
Slack-rope or pass-door switch
Crash switch as NC contact
After activation: "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
Crash switch as NO contact
After activation: "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
Crash switch as NC contact
After activation: Reversing in OPEN final limit position. Reset after contact
reset otherwise "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
Crash switch as NO contact
After activation: Reversing in OPEN final limit position. Reset after contact
reset otherwise "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
Automatic opening
(Automatic closing menu item 2.3)
0 = Off
0 to 99 minutes
Reversing duration adjustment
[+]
[–]
30
slower
faster
DI/FI settings
DI/FI settings
OPEN output speed
Output speed in rpm
CLOSE output speed
Output speed in rpm
Increased CLOSE output speed
Up to an opening height of 2.5 m
Output speed in rpm
0 = Off
Changeover position to CLOSE output speed
(with adherence to minimum opening height requirement of 2.5 m!)
Approach and store desired door position
OPEN acceleration
DI
FI
Steps of 1.0 seconds
Steps of 0.1 seconds
DI
FI
Steps of 1.0 seconds
Steps of 0.1 seconds
DI
FI
Steps of 1.0 seconds
Steps of 0.1 seconds
DI
FI
Steps of 1.0 seconds
Steps of 0.1 seconds
CLOSE acceleration
OPEN deceleration
CLOSE deceleration
OPEN/CLOSE crawling speed
Output speed in rpm
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Extended door func tions
Extended door functions
Selection of radio transmitters manufacturer
(434 MHz)
Internal radio receiver deactivated
(Fixcode) GfA, Tedsen
Teleco "COD1"
(Rolling code of various providers) GfA UK, JCM, Dickert
(Fixed code) RDA
(Fixcode) TRL
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Radio receiver function
Teach-in of a handheld transmitter
Cancellation of a taught-in handheld transmitter
Cancellation of all taught-in handheld transmitter
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Maintenanc e cy cle counter
Maintenance cycle counter
Maintenance cycle preselection
01-99 corresponds to 1,000 to 99,000 cycles
Cycles are counted down
Reaction upon reaching "Zero"
Status indication "CS" appears in turns with value set by menu item 8.5.
Changeover to "Hold-to-run" door operating mode. Status indication "CS"
appears in turns with value set by menu item 8.5.
Changeover to "Hold-to-run" door operating mode. Status indication "CS"
appears in turns with value set by menu item 8.5.
Option: Press STOP-button for 3 seconds to deactivate changeover and
status indications for 500 cycles.
Status indication "CS" appears in turns with value set by menu item 8.5
and relay contact X21 switches.
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Readout of D ata memory
Readout of Data memory
Cycle counter
7-digit number
M
HT
ZT
T
Displayed in division of ten consecutively
ZT = 10,000
M =
1,000,000
T
=
1,000
HT =
100,000
H
H
Z
= 100
= 10
Z
E
E
=
1
Last faults
Display change of the last 6 faults
Data counter
7-digit number
M
HT
ZT
T
Displayed in division of ten consecutively
ZT = 10,000
M =
1,000,000
T
=
1,000
HT =
100,000
H
H
Z
= 100
= 10
Z
E
E
=
1
Cycle counter of the last change in programming
Number of activations of slack-rope, pass-door and crash switch
Software version
The firmware version of the control is displayed. Additionally the software version
of the motor is displayed for DI-drives and FI-drives.
Deleti ng of all s etti ngs
Deleting
Deleting of all settings
Next input
All settings are set to factory setting!
Except for cycle counter
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Reading out W SD door-modul e data
Reading out WSD door-module data
WSD door-module data
(Only activated at taught-in WSD door-module,
Displaying of missing data is done by „-.-.“)
Data indicated alternately
1. Version of master radio module
2. Type of safety edge
„0.0.“ = none
„0.1.“ = 1k2
„0.2.“ = 8k2
„0.3.“ = optic
3. Door safety switch
„0.0.“ = inactive
„0.1.“ = active
4. Battery voltage
5. Assigned / selected communication channel
6. Signal quality ranging from 0% - 99%
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9 Safety devices
X2: Input, door safety switch function
The door safety switch is installed on the door and connected to the door control via the
spiral cable.
Menu item "3.4“:
Function
„.1“ Slack-rope/Pass-door
Reaction upon activation
 Switching contact is interrupted: Door stop
 Switching contact is closed: Door is ready for operation
 Door stops
 Changeover to "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
„.2“ Crash switch
as NC contact
 Frequency inverter: "Hold-to-run" door operating mode at
crawling speed only
 Fault reset only possible in OPEN final limit position:
Press the STOP-button of the door control for 3 seconds
„.3“ Crash switch
as NO contact
Like function „.2“
 Door stops + reversing
 Fault reset only possible in OPEN final limit position:
„.4“ Crash switch
as NC contact
with reversing
Takes place automatically as soon as the switching contact has
closed
 Switching contact continues to be interrupted:
Changeover to "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
 Frequency inverter: "Hold-to-run" door operating mode only at
set-up speed
„.5“ Crash switch
as NO contact
with reversing
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Like function „.4“
Slack-rope/Pass-door
If the pass-door switch is open circuit when an open or close command is given, fault “F1.2”
is displayed. If activated during the door movement, the door is immediately stopped and
fault “F1.2” is displayed.
Entrysense (electronic pass-door switch)
The pass-door switch, which has been tested to performance level c (plc) in accordance with
EN 13849-1, is monitored by the door control. If the pass-door switch is open circuit when an
open or close command is given, fault “F1.2” is displayed. If activated during the door
movement, the door is immediately stopped and fault “F1.2” is displayed.
The magnetic contacts in the pass-door switch are switched by a permanent magnet. The
door control assesses the switching status of the contacts independently of each other.
The “F1.7” fault indication appears if there is a failure.
Crash switch as NC or NO contact
The crash switch is activated if the door is pushed out of the mechanical guideance.
If the switching contact is activated, the door is stopped, fault indication "F4.5" is displayed,
and a changeover to "Hold-to-run" door operating mode is carried out. Movement of the door
is only possible via the built in push button of the door control. "Hold to run" door operating
mode for frequenzy inverter only at crawling speed.
The fault indication "F4.5" can only be reset in OPEN final limit position by pressing the
STOP-button of the door control for more than 3 seconds or by switching the mains voltage
off and on. Fault indication "F4.5" will recur, if the switching contact continues to be activated.
With the reversing function, a reset is carried out automatically in the OPEN final limit position
as soon as the switching contact is closed. Otherwise only "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
is possible.
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X2: Input, safety edge system
The door control automatically detects three different safety edges to protect the closing
movement of the gate wing.
Important!
 Connect safety edge systems in accordance with EN 12978
 "Hold-to-run" door operating mode can always be used should the safety edge be
defective
Electrical safety edge
The input is meant for an electrical safety edge (NO) with a terminal resistance of K2 (+/-5%
and 0,25W).
If there is a short circuit, fault indication "F2.4" is displayed.
If there is an open circuit, the "F2.5" fault indication appears.
Pneumatic safety edge
The input is meant for a pressure wave switch system (NC) with a terminal resistance of 1K2
(+/-5% and 0,25W).
Upon activation or permanent disconnection of the current circuit, the "F2.6" fault indication
appears.
If there is a short circuit, fault indication "F2.7" is displayed.
The pressure wave switch system needs to be tested with CLOSE final limit position. The test
phase is initiated automatically by the pre-limit for DES. If no switching signal is generated on
the pressure wave switch within 2 seconds, the test is negative and the fault indication „F2.8“
is displayed.
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Optical safety edge system
The input is meant for an infrared safety beam sensor with transmitter and receiver in a
rubber profile. By pressing the rubber profile, the light beam is interrupted.
The “F2.9” fault indication appears upon activation or a faulty safety edge system
Installation of the spiral cable
The spiral cable should enter the door control panel from the left- or right-hand side. The
spiral cable should be fixed in place with a cable gland. The safety edge system is connected
via the 3-pole plug, and the slack-rope or the pass door via the 2-pole plug.
Important!
▶ Check position of S5 pre-limit switch on the safety edge (only for NES)
 When the door is opened > 5cm, a reversing must be executed if the safety edge
has been activated
Function: Safety edge function in the pre-limit area
Menu item "2.1":
Function
Reaction to activation of safety edge
„.1“ Active
 Door stops
„.2“ Inactive
„.3“ Ground adjustment (DES)
 No reaction
 Door moves to CLOSE final limit position
 Door stops; correction of the CLOSE final limit position at
the next closing
„.4“ Reversing in overrun area  Reversing upwards from the overrun area upon activation
(DES)
of the safety edge system
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Note: Ground adjustment!
 Automatic compensation of rope elongations or changes in ground conditions of
approx. 2-5 cm
 With DES limit switch only
 Do not use with overrun correction
 Do not use with pneumatic switch
Note: Reversing upwards in the overrun area!
 To maintain the operating forces in the pre-limit area
 At high speeds
 With DES limit switch only
 Function for FI-drive units not necessary
Function: Overrun correction function (only DES)
Menu item "2.2":
Automatic limit switch correction to achieve a constant CLOSE position.
Function
Overrun correction
„.0“
Off
„.1“
On
Note: Overrun correction!
 With DES limit switch only
 Do not use with ground adjustment
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Function: Reversing
Menu item "2.5":
Limiting of the number of reversing movements following safety edge system activations via
automatic closing.
If the set value is exceeded, automatic closing is deactivated and the "F2.2" fault indication is
displayed.
Note!
 To reset fault "F2.2": Move to CLOSE final limit position
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Integrated WSD door-module
Used for evaluation of safety edges and / or door safety switches without spiral cable.
Commissioning via "Teach-in of the WSD door-module".
Attention – Damage to components!
▶ Use additional splash guard (40017478) in car washes
(to avoid cracked seals: For example plasticizer, surfactants)
▶ Keep imported cables as short as possible to plug connections and terminals
▶ Avoid installing the lines directly above the receiver board
▶ Avoid bending the aerial
▶ Carefully close the cover
Usable safety devices
 8K2 resistor evaluation
Safety edge systems
 Optical safety edge
(universal or low-power sensors only)
Door safety switch
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 Slack-rope or pass-door switch
 Crash switch with NC contact
Note!
▶ For a description of the safety device and relevant adjustment procedures see X2
 Crash switch function as NO contact is hidden
 If the battery is low, fault indication "F1.9" appears and there is a changeover to
the "Hold-to-run" door operating mode
 “F1.6” fault indication: Door movement only possible via EMERGENCY operation
▶ When performing annual maintenance tasks involving the door system, replace
the WSD door-module battery as a precautionary measure
Menu item "9.6":
Alternating display of WSD door-module statuses including
 version of master radio module
 Type of safety edge:
"0.0." = none
"0.1." = 1k2
"0.2." = 8k2
"0.3." = optic
 Door safety switch:
"0.0." = inactive
"0.1." = active
 Battery voltage
 Assigned / selected communication channel
 Signal quality ranging from 0% - 99%
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EMERGENCY operation
Warning!
▶ For EMERGENCY operation, the door has to be checked (it has to be in a faultfree state)
 “Hold-to-run” door operating mode:
The door must be fully visible from the operating point
EMERGENCY operation allows for moving the door to a required position by bypassing faults
with the signal transmission of the safety device.
EMERGENCY operation is activated after pressing the STOP push-button and holding for 7
seconds, and is indicated by the flashing display.
Note!
 The door cannot be moved in case of “F1.3” and “F1.4” fault indications for
reasons of operating safety.
▶ Activation of EMERGENCY operation: Use the built in push button of the control
to press and hold the STOP-button while simultaneously pressing the OPEN or
CLOSE push-button to move the door
X3: Input, emergency stop
Connection of an emergency stop control device as per EN 13850 or an evaluation unit for an
anti-trap safety device. The “F1.4” fault indication appears upon activation.
Note!
 FI-drive units: Drive units are de-energised as a result of an emergency stop
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10 Functional description
X: 24 VDC voltage supply
Connection of external devices such as photo cell, radio receiver, relay, etc. via the "24 V"
and "GND" terminals.
Attention – Damage to components!
 Total current consumption of external devices: maximum 350 mA
X1: Mains supply of the control and supply of external devices
Mains supply of the control
Connection via the terminals X1/1.1 to X1/1.4 and PE.
Various mains supplies: 3 N~, 3~, 1 N~ for symmetric and asymmetric motors.
Note!
▶ Pay attention to the "Mains supply" and "Mains supply connection to control"
descriptions
Supply of external devices
Connection of external devices for 230 V, such as photo cell, radio receiver, relay, etc. via
terminals X1/1.8 and X1/1.9.
Note!
 Mains supply: 3 N~400 V or 1 N~230 V, symmetric
 Protection via F1, 1.6-A time-lag micro-fuse
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X4: Input, automatic closing Off/On
Connection of a switch via the terminals X4/1 and X4/2 for switching the automatic closing off
and on.
X5: Input, control device
Warning!
▶ "Hold-to-run" door operating mode:
The door must be fully visible from the operating point
The door operating mode "3" allows a place of installation of the control device without sight
of the door.
Note!
▶ Application without STOP push-button: Connect wire link X5.1 to wire link X5.2
 If the safety edge or photo cell fails, the control device will not function
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X6: Input „Through / reflective photo cell“ resp. light curtain
Photo cell
A photo cell is used for presence detection. It is only active in door operating modes „.3“ and
„.4“, in the OPEN final limit position or during the CLOSE-operation.
If the light beam is interrupted, fault indication "F2.1" appears.
Light curtain
The light curtain must be self-testing and correspond at least to safety category 2 or
performance level c (plc). If the light curtain corresponds to these requirements, the door can
close into self-hold without safety edge system.
Important!
▶ Operation without safety edge: Connect resistor 8K2 via the terminals X2/3 and
X2/4
▶ Photo cells must not be used via the UBS system if a light curtain is used
▶ Do not use menu item "3.2" for the light curtain
▶ To test the light curtain, activate relay contact X20 or X21.
The relay functions are described under menu item "2.7" / "2.8".
If the light beam is interrupted, fault indication "F4.6" appears.
With every CLOSE-command a test is run. Thereby the contact of the light curtain must
switch off within 100 ms. If the test is positive, the contact must switch back on within 300 ms.
If the test is negative, the fault indication "F4.7" is displayed.
▶ To reset fault indication "F4.7": Switch control off and on.
Note!
▶ Only use photo cells or light curtains with "Light switching" mode
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Reaction to interrupting of light beam
Door position
Reaction to interrupting of light beam
CLOSE final limit position
 No action
OPEN-operation
 No action
OPEN final limit position
Without automatic closing
OPEN final limit position
 No action
 Reset automatic closing
With automatic closing
OPEN final limit position
 The door closes 3 seconds after the interruption period for
With automatic closing
the light beam has ended
and time interruption
Extended photo cell function
Menu item "2.4“:
Function
Extended photo cell function
„.0“
 No action
„.1“ Cancel automatic
 The door closes 3 seconds after the interruption period for the
closing
light beam has ended
 The door closes after the interruption period for the light beam
„.2“ Vessel recognition
has ended, if the interruption period is longer than 1.5 seconds
 Reset of automatic closing if the interruption duration for the
light beam is equal to or less than 1.5 seconds
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Disconnection of photo cell function (only DES)
Menu item "3.2"
Function
Disconnection of photo cell function
„.0“
Off
„.1“
On
The teach-in mode gets activated after exiting the programming.
Warning!
 Presence detection is disabled in the teach-in mode
In the teach-in mode, the door must be fully opened and closed twice. The light beam must
be interrupted twice at the same door position. The teach-in mode is then terminated. The
photo cell has no function below this stored door position.
Teach-in mode display
Upon exiting the programming
When the light beam is interrupted for the first time
After the second interruption to the light beam at the same door position, and with
the CLOSE final limit position reached
Note!
 If the teaching in is not successful, open and close the door again, so that two
identical door positions are stored
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X7: Input pull switch/radio receiver
Connection of a pull switch or external radio receiver via the terminals X7/1 and X7/2. The
switching contact must be potential-free (NO contact).
Pull switch or radio receiver function
Menu item "2.6":
Type of impuls Reaction upon activation
 Door is in OPEN final limit position resp. intermediate open position: The
„.1“
door CLOSES
 From all other door positions or door movements: The door OPENS
„.2“
 OPEN-STOP-CLOSE-STOP-OPEN command order
„.3“
 Door always executes OPEN movement
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Internal radio receiver
The integrated radio receiver can be set for a specific radio transmitter manufacturer via
menu item "7.6".
Handheld transmitters can be taught or deleted via menu item "7.7".
Note!
 A combination of different radio transmitter manufacturers is possible
 Only use 434-MHz handheld transmitters
 Up to 64 radio channels can be taught
Teach-in of radi o tr ans mitter
Teach-in of handheld transmitters
1. Select radio transmitter manufacturer’s system
2. Activate radio transmitter
3. Carry out teaching-in
4. Switch to door operation
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Deleti ng an i ndividual radio trans mitter
Deleting an individual radio transmitter
1. Activate delete, 10 seconds active
3. Switch to door operation
Deleti ng all radio trans mitters
Deleting all radio transmitters
1. Delete all channels
2. Switch to door operation
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2. Delete
X8: Input, intermediate stop On/Off
Connect a switch to terminals X8/1 and X8/2 to activate and deactivate the intermediate
open. The intermediate open position muss be programmed via menu item “1.6”.
With an OPEN command, the door moves to the stored door position. When the Intermediate
open function is deactivated, the door can move back to the OPEN final limit position.
Intermediate open function
Menu item "2.9":
Function
Intermediate open
„.1“
 All command inputs
 Intermediate open via X7 pull switch and internal radio receiver;
„.2“
 OPEN final limit position via all other control devices
 Intermediate open via external control devices X5 and OPEN push button
„.3“
of the control
 OPEN final limit position via all other control devices
Note!
 Double command with functions „.2“ and „.3“: Priority is given to OPEN final limit
position, independent of command sequence
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X20 / X21: Potential-free relay contacts
The relay functions are described under menu item "2.7" / "2.8".
Attention – Damage to components!
 Maximum electrical current of 1 A at 230 VAC and 0.4 A at 24 VDC
 We recommend the use of LED lamps
 When using light bulbs, these should have power of maximum 40 W and be
shock-proof
Force monitoring (DES only)
Menu item "3.1":
The force monitoring can only be used with fully balanced doors and drive units with DES. It
should be able to detect when persons are moving with the door.
Warning!
 The force monitoring is no substitute for safety measures in providing protection
against the trapping hazard
Function
Force monitoring
„.0“
 Off
„.2“ - „1.0“
 „.2“: Low limit value
 „1.0“: High limit value
Important!
 Force monitoring for doors with spring balance only
 Environmental factors such as changes in temperature or wind load can lead to
inadvertent triggering of force monitoring
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After exiting programming, the door must carry out a full OPEN and CLOSE-operation in selfhold mode.
The force monitoring is a self-learning system which is effective for an opening gap of 5 cm to
2 m (approx.). Slow progressive changes, e.g. gradual reduction of the spring torsion, are
compensated automatically.
After force monitoring has been triggered, only the "Hold-to-run" door operating mode is
possible and the "F4.1" fault indication is displayed. The resetting occurs when a final limit
position for the door is reached.
Travel time monitoring (NES only)
Menu item "3.3"
The set travel time is automatically compared with the time measured for movement between
the final limit positions. If the travel time is exceeded, the "F5.6" fault indication appears.
Fault indication "F5.6" is reset by closing the door.
Note!
 The travel time is set at the factory to 90 seconds
 Recommended setting value: door travel time + 7 seconds
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UBS system
The UBS system is a simple plug-in connection technology from GfA. The control devices are
connected to the control by a commercially available patch cable and detected automatically.
Note!
 The UBS devices function in the same way as wired control devices
UBS connec tion
UBS connection
Three push button
Reflective
photo cell
External
Radio receiver
Pull switch
Reversing duration adjustment
Menu item "3.8":
Shortening the reversing duration serves for a reduction of the operating forces.
Extending it, on the other hand, will reduce the wear on the door mechanism.
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Maintenance cycle counter
Menu item "8.5":
A value between 0 and 99,000, as a multiple of 1000, can be adjusted for the maintenance
cycle setting.
The maintenance cycle counter reading is reduced by one each time the Open final limit
position is reached.
Once the maintenance cycle reaches zero, the setting from menu item “8.6” is activated.
Short-circuit/overload display
If there is a short circuit or an overload of the 24 VDC supply voltage, the 7-digit display
vanishes.
Display for active WSD door-module wireles safety device
If the WSD door-module wireless safety device is active, an additional red point is displayed
on the right-hand digit display.
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Standby function
If there is no fault or command pending, the control switches to "Standby".
If the automatic closing duration is longer than 60 seconds. the control also switches to
"Standby"
Only the left dot is lit up. With active WSD door-module, both dots are lit up.
The "Standby" function is terminated with a command or by activation of the selector switch
"S".
Illumination of the built in push button of the door control
Only the command push-buttons which enable a logical next command are illuminated.
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11 Status display
Faults
Faults
Display: "F" and code
Code
Fault description
Fault causes and fault correction
Terminals X2.1 – X2.2 are open.
Slack-rope switch/Pass-door contact is open.
Check door safety switch.
Check whether the connection cable is
connected.
Open safety circuit (DES)
Emergency manual operation has been
activated.
Thermal protection of the motor has tripped
Check emergency manual operation.
Check for overload or stalling of the drive unit.
Terminals X3.1 – X3.2 are open.
Emergency stop has been activated.
Check emergency stop.
Check whether the connection cable is
connected.
Radio transmission of WSD door-module is
faulty.
 Radio channel assigned twice:
Use menu item 9.6 to read off the radio
channel. Use menu item 2.0 to manually
assign the radio channels.
 Moisture in WSD door-module:
Replace WSD door-module und use a splash
guard (optional equipment).
 Obstacle between WSD door-module and
door control:
Adapt fitting configuration or use a spiral
cable.
 Battery voltage too low:
Read off voltage value using menu 9.6 and
replace battery if this is less than 3.2 V.
Red LED in WSD door-module:
Press P1 push-button.
 Flashing: Faulty radio connection
 Lit: Radio connection OK
Pay attention to the WSD door-module
manual
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Faults
Display: "F" and code
Code
Fault description
Faulty entrysense switch.
Contact resistances are too high.
Faulty entrysense installation.
Open and close pass door.
Check resistance.
Check the pass door installation.
Entrysense input
X2.1 – X2.2 is faulty.
Switch control off and on.
Replace control if necessary.
WSD door-module batteries are too low.
Change batteries of the WSD door-module. If
the battery service life was considerably less
than one year, check fault code 1.6 (radio
channels assigned twice, obstacles).
No safety edge detected.
Check the wiring of the safety edge.
Check function of WSD door-module.
Terminals X6.1 – X6.2 are open.
Photo cell has been activated.
Check alignment of the photo cell.
Check connection cable.
Replace photo cell if necessary.
Maximum number of reversing movements for
door through safety edge system activation has
been reached.
(Only with automatic closing)
Obstacles along the door travel path.
Check whether the safety edge system is
correctly functioning.
Activation of safety edge 8k2.
Safety edge 8k2 defective.
Activation of safety edge 1k2.
Safety edge 1k2 defective.
1k2 testing is negative.
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Fault causes and fault correction
Check whether the safety edge system is
correctly functioning.
Check whether the connection cable has shortcircuited.
Check whether the safety edge system is
correctly functioning.
Check whether the connection cable is
connected.
Check whether the safety edge system is
correctly functioning.
Check whether the connection cable is
connected.
Check whether the safety edge system is
correctly functioning.
Check whether the connection cable has shortcircuited.
Testing is activated in the lower final limit
position.
Check pre-limit switch (with NES "S5").
Faults
Display: "F" and code
Code
Fault description
Fault causes and fault correction
Wireles safety device of the WSD door-module
or optical safety edge system has been
activated or is defective.
Check the WSD door-module.
Check whether the safety edge system is
correctly functioning.
(DES)
OPEN emergency stop switch reached.
In the voltage-free state, move the door back via
emergency manual operation.
(NES)
OPEN or CLOSE emergency stop switch
reached.
Emergency manual operation has been
activated.
Thermal protection of the motor has tripped
Limit switch system has changed over from NES
to DES without the control being reset.
Check OPEN/CLOSE emergency stop switch.
Check emergency manual operation.
Check drive unit for overload or stalling.
Reset of control via menu item "9.5".
(DES)
CLOSE emergency stop switch reached.
In the voltage-free state, move the door back via
emergency manual operation.
(NES)
Faulty activation of the “S5” pre-limit switch.
Check the “S5” pre-limit switch for correct
functioning and setting.
No limit switch detected
(active at initial operation).
Connect the limit switch to the control.
Check the limit-switch connection cable.
Limit switch system has changed over from DES
Reset of control via menu item "9.5".
to NES without the control being reset.
Internal plausibility error.
Execute fault clearance trough movement
command.
Internal control temperatur too high.
Switch of control and let it cool down.
Triggering of force monitoring.
Check the door mechanism for stiffness.
Crash switch X2.1 – X2.2 is activated.
Check crash switch / connection cable.
To reset fault: Press STOP-button and hold for 3
seconds.
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Faults
Display: "F" and code
Code
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Fault description
Fault causes and fault correction
Terminals X6.1 – X6.2 are open.
Light curtain has been activated.
Check light curtain.
Check whether the connection cable is
connected.
Light curtain defective.
Comply with the light curtain manufacturer’s
specifications.
Check connection cable.
Fault of the controller.
Switch control off and on.
Replace control if necessary.
ROM error.
Switch control off and on.
Replace control if necessary.
CPU error.
Switch control off and on.
Replace control if necessary.
RAM error.
Switch control off and on.
Replace control if necessary.
Internal fault of control.
Switch control off and on.
Replace control if necessary.
Fault of digital limit switch (DES)
Check DES connector and connection cable.
Switch control off and on.
Fault with door movement.
Check the door mechanism for stiffness.
Check the limit switches for correct rotational
movement.
Switch control off and on.
Fault with rotating direction.
Change rotating direction via menu item “0.2”.
Unacceptable door movement in stopped state.
Execute fault clearance trough movement
command.
Check brake and drive unit.
No compliance with specified travel direction at
drive unit.
Execute fault clearance trough movement
command.
Check for overload of the drive.
Faults
Display: "F" and code
Code
Fault description
Fault causes and fault correction
DI / FI closing speed is too high.
Switch control off and on.
Replace drive unit if necessary.
Internal FI communication fault.
Switch control off and on.
Replace FI drive unit if necessary.
Low voltage in the DC voltage sink.
Excess voltage in the DC voltage link.
Execute fault clearance trough movement
command.
Check mains input voltage.
Change slope durations/speeds.
Check mains input voltage.
Execute fault clearance trough movement
command.
Change slope durations/speeds.
Temperature limit exceeded.
Check for overload of the drive unit.
Cool down the drive unit and reduce the
number of cycles.
Permanent current overload.
Check for overload of the drive unit.
Check the door mechanism for stiffness or
weight.
Brake / FI fault.
Check brake; replace if necessary.
If problem recurs, replace drive unit.
Collective indication for FI.
Execute fault clearance trough movement
command.
Replace drive unit if message is continually
displayed.
At initial operation minimum travel distance was
not completed.
Move the door for at least 1 second.
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Commands
Commands
Display: "E" and code
Code
Command description
An OPEN-command is present.
Inputs X5.3, X7.2, internal radio system, UBS control device or UBS radio receiver
A STOP command is present.
Inputs X5.2, X7.2, internal radio system, UBS control device or UBS radio receiver or simultaneous
OPEN and CLOSE commands
A CLOSE command is present.
Inputs X5.4, X7.2, internal radio system, UBS control device or UBS radio receiver
Status indications
Status
display
Description
Preset value for maintenance cycle counter reached.
Dot on left is not lit: control circuit has a short circuit or is overloaded.
Dot on right is lit: internal WSD door-module is active.
Function for changing the rotating direction is activated, only possible during initial operation.
Change of rotating direction has been carried out, only possible during initial operation.
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Status
i ndications
Status indications
Status
display
Description
Emergency operation is active or programming option is blocked.
Flashing
Teach in OPEN final limit position.
Flashing
Teach in CLOSE final limit position.
Flashing
UPWARDS travel active.
Flashing
CLOSING operation active.
Flashing
Stop between the set final limit positions.
Stop at the OPEN final limit position.
Stop at the intermediate stop position.
Stop at the CLOSE final limit position.
Teaching in or deleting of the WSD door-module or handheld transmitter is confirmed.
Blocking of programming option confirmed.
Flashing display: Unblocking of programming option active.
Interruption of the photo cell function:
At first interruption of the light beam.
Interruption of the photo cell function:
When exiting the programming.
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12 Explanation of symbols
Symbol
Explanation
Prompt: Read installation instructions
Prompt: Check
Prompt: Note
Prompt: Note the setting of the menu item below
Factory setting of the menu item
Factory setting of the menu item, value on the right
Factory setting of the minimum limit, dependent on drive unit
Factory setting of the maximum limit, dependent on drive unit
Setting range
Prompt: Select menu item or value,
turn selector switch to the left or to the right
Prompt: View menu item,
press selector switch once
Prompt: Store,
press selector switch once
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Symbol
Explanation
Prompt: Setting via OPEN/CLOSE built in push-button;
Use OPEN push-button to increase value, CLOSE push-button to decrease value
Prompt: Press stop button once via built in push-button
Prompt: Save,
press stop button once via built in push-button
Prompt: Save,
press stop button for three seconds via built in push-button
Prompt: Reset the control,
press stop button for three seconds via built in push-button
Prompt: Move to door position
Prompt: Move to door position for OPEN final limit position
Prompt: Move to pre-limit
Prompt: Move to door position for CLOSE final limit position
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D eclar ati on of Inc orporati on/Declar ation of Confor mity
Declaration of Incorporation
pursuant to Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC for a partly
completed machine Appendix II Part B
Declaration of Conformity
pursuant to EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
We,
GfA ELEKTROMATEN GmbH & Co. KG
hereby declare that the product specified in the following complies with the above-mentioned EC
Directive and is only intended for installation in a door.
TS 971
Applied standards
DIN EN 12453
Doors – Safety in use of power operated doors
DIN EN 12978
Safety devices for power operated gates and doors
DIN EN 60335-1
Safety of electrical devices for the use in the household and similar
purposes– Part 1: General requirements
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-2 Generic standards –
Immunity for industrial environments
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-3 Generic standards –
Emission standard for residential, commercial and light-industrial
environments
DIN EN 61000-6-2
DIN EN 61000-6-3
On reasoned request, we undertake to submit the special documents for this partly completed
machine to the supervisory authorities.
Authorised representative for the compilation of the technical documentation
(EU address in the company)
Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Synowsky
Documentation representative
Partly completed machinery according to EC Directive 2006/42/EC is only intended to be installed
in, or combined with, other machinery (or other partly completed machinery/systems) to form a
completed machine pursuant to the Directive. Therefore, this product may be put into operation
only when it has been determined that the complete machine/system in which it has been installed
complies with the provisions of the above-mentioned directives.
Düsseldorf, 01.12.2014
Stephan Kleine
Managing Director
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Signature