installation instructions and operation manual

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AND
OPERATION MANUAL
FGH EP Series
Commercial and Industrial Fire Door Operator
Logic Control
Restricted Duty Fire Door Operators
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IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING –To reduce the risk of death or serious injury to persons:
1.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING
WARNING! – Components under extreme spring tension can cause death or
serious injury.
2. Install only on a properly operating and balanced door. A door that is operating improperly could
cause death or serious injury. Have trained door systems technicians make all necessary
adjustments and repairs to the door before installing the operator.
Note: Fire door spring tension must be adjusted per the manufacturer’s installation instructions to
allow for automatic closing during fusible link/alarm activation and drop test. If an operator is
connected to an alarm release, the door must also close in a power failure unless closing
functions are supported by an approved battery back-up system.)
3. Remove any pull ropes that may be installed on the door.
4. Unless the door operator includes an internal lock sensing system, or external electrical interlocks
are installed, remove or make all door locks inoperative, or secure locks in the unlocked position to
prevent operation with the locks engaged.
5. Install the door operator at least 8 feet or more above the floor if the operator has exposed moving
parts. If it is installed less than 8 feet above the floor, any exposed moving parts must be covered
or guarded.
6. Install the fusible link cable from the release module on top of the operator per the requirements of
NFPA-80.
7. Do not connect the door operator to the source of power until instructed to do so.
8. Locate the control station (open-close-stop push button, key station, or the like):
a) within sight of the door
b) at a minimum height of 5 feet above the floor so small children cannot reach it, and
c) away from all moving parts of the door.
9. Install the Entrapment Warning Placard next to the control station in a prominent location.
10. Make sure the available power supply to be connected to the operator is of the same voltage,
frequency, phase and wattage as indicated on the nameplate of the operator.
11. Read and understand the wiring diagram of the operator and the control station and any other
equipment to be connected to the operator.
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12. Always disconnect power whenever installing or servicing the door operator or door.
13. All wiring must be permanent and comply with National Electrical Code (NEC) and local code
requirements.
14. Any change in mounting position may result in a change of operator rotation and consequently in a
change of control functions. Consult factory for any changes.
15. If the operator is provided with an auxiliary chain operator, the hand chain must be kept inside the
chain bag when operating electrically.
16. For products having a manual release, instruct the end user on the operation of the manual
release.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOR
Type:
Horsepower:
Restricted cycle duty (30 cycles per hour)
Speed:
Voltage:
1700 RPM
Current:
See motor nameplate
1/3 hp, 1/2 hp, 3/4 hp, 1 hp, 1½ hp, 2 hp
115, 230 – 1 phase
208/230, 460, 575 – 3 phase
230 volt 3 phase motor is suitable for use with 208 volts
(see Wiring Diagrams and Appendix 5 for wiring change instructions)
ELECTRICAL
Transformer:
Wiring Type:
24VAC
Limit Adjustment:
Linear driven, fully adjustable screw type cams.
Momentary pressure open, stop, constant pressure close
(provided standard), with provision for momentary pressure close*
MECHANICAL
Drive Reduction:
43:1 (1/3, 1/2 & 3/4 hp), 57:1 (1 & 1½ hp), 82:1 (2 hp)
Output Shaft Speed:
39 RPM (1/3, 1/2 & 3/4 hp), 30 RPM (1 & 1½ hp), 21 RPM (2 hp)
Door Speed:
6 - 8” per sec. average (typical)
Brake:
Solenoid actuated brake
Auxiliary Chain Hoist:
Standard
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION
Sensing Edge*:
(Optional) Sensing device attached to the bottom edge of the door.
Non-Contact Device*:
(Optional) Photo eye device.
* Per the requirements of UL Standard 325, the door operator is setup for constant
pressure to close the door. As an alternative, the door may be provided with at least one
monitored sensing device that will reverse the door upon contact with, or upon detecting
an obstruction, during closing.
Notes:
1. A non-contact sensing device (photo eye) can only be used on doors up to 45 ft. wide (or
maximum rated range of device if less than 45 ft.). Use a sensing edge to provide entrapment
protection on doors over 45 ft. wide.
2. A sensing edge can be used on all doors without size restriction.
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TYPES AND SIZES OF DOORS
Consult factory for details.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION POSITIONS (for 1/3 hp, 1/2 hp and 3/4 hp)
RA
RS
LS
LA
Consult factory for changes in mounting positions.
NOTE: Any change in mounting position may result in a change of operator rotation and
consequently in a change of control functions. Consult factory for any changes. (LS and RA
mounting positions are LH operators, RS and LA positions are RH operators)
Operators mounted in alternate positions (LA, RA) require the long mounting legs in lieu of
the standard short mounting legs.
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INSTALLATION POSITIONS (for 1 hp, 1-1/2 hp)
RA
RS
LA
LS
Installation positions for larger horsepower units are similar to as shown above.
Consult factory for changes in mounting positions.
NOTE: Any change in mounting position may result in a change of operator rotation and
consequently in a change of control functions. Consult factory for any changes. (LS and RA
mounting positions are LH operators, RS and LA positions are RH operators)
Operators mounted in alternate positions (LA, RA) require a straight mounting plate in lieu of
the standard bent plate.
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OPERATOR MOUNTING
1. Before the operator is installed, verify that the door is properly operating and balanced.
2. Make sure the layout of the mounting holes on the bracket is correct.
3. Bolt the operator mounting plate to the door bracket plate.
4. Attach and tighten the three mounting legs to the mounting plate. (Not applicable for larger than
3/4 hp)
5. Mount the operator to the three legs and tighten (for 1/3, 1/2 and 3/4 hp only). For larger
horsepowers, mount the operator base to the mounting plate.
(Figure 1 for 1/3 hp, 1/2 hp and 3/4 hp)
(Figure 2 for 1 hp, 1½ hp)
Mounting for larger horsepower units is similar to as shown above.
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6. When the operator assembly is attached to the door bracket, be sure the door driven sprocket is
properly aligned with the operator drive sprocket before securing the driven sprocket to the shaft.
(See Figure 1 for 1/3 hp, 1/2 hp and 3/4 hp; see Figure 2 for the 1 hp and 1½ hp)
7. The bracket must provide adequate support for the operator. Prevent play between the operator
and the door shaft. The operator must be securely attached with the drive shaft parallel to the door
shaft. It may be necessary to field brace the operator/bracket.
Door
Sprocket
Operator
Output
Sprocket
Correct
Incorrect
(Figure 1 for 1/3 hp, 1/2 hp and 3/4 hp)
Door
Sprocket
Operator
Output
Sprocket
Correct
Incorrect
(Figure 2 for 1 hp, 1½ hp)
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DRIVE CHAIN ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: Use correct type, size and proper length of roller chain.
1. Adjust the drive chain by tilting or move the operator so that there is about 1/4” of slack when the
chain is depressed.
Note: The set screws on the operator base (S1) may be used to make the adjustment. (See Figure 1S1 location for 1/3 hp, 1/2 hp, 3/4 hp), (See Figure 2 - T1, T2 for 1 hp, 1½ hp).
2. Once the drive chain has been tightened and the base leg screws have been set, then tighten the
operator screws.
Door Sprocket
Drive Chain
Drive Chain
1/4"
Drive Sprocket
Door Sprocket
1/4"
S1
Drive Sprocket
S1
(Figure 1 for 1/3 hp, 1/2 hp and 3/4 hp)
Drive Chain
Drive Chain
Door Sprocket
Door Sprocket
T2
T2
1/4"
Drive Sprocket
1/4"
T1
T1
Drive Sprocket
(Figure 2 for 1 hp and 1½ hp)
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HAND CHAIN ADJUSTMENT
If the hand chain is too long, cut and reconnect the chain with the different color connecting link
provided. Completely close the connecting link so it is properly aligned.
Chain Holder
Optional
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BRAKE RELEASE LEVER
Release
WARNING
Releasing the door operator brake, or loosening or removing any part of the
door operator drive system, can cause the door to close and cause death or
serious injury. Do NOT release the brake, or loosen or remove any part of
the door operator drive system, unless the door is closed, or the curtain is
secured in the open position to prevent uncoiling.
1. Pressing the brake release lever will release the motor brake and can cause the door to move
uncontrolled.
2. Limit switch LSA1 is activated when the brake release lever is pressed – see wiring diagrams for
details.
3. Open-close-stop controls do not function while the brake release lever is pressed.
4. Fire doors using this operator have counterbalance springs that are adjusted during installation to
allow the door to close automatically upon activation of the door operator release mechanism
(brake release) without requiring a loss of spring tension.
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LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT
Make sure the limit cams are positioned between the limit switch actuators before proceeding
with adjustments.
1. Open the control panel cover.
2. Open or close the door part way to determine the direction of travel of the limit switch cams.
3. Open or close the door to the desired position.
WARNING
Disconnect power before adjusting limit switch cams.
4. While pressing the spring-loaded plate (G), which holds the limit switch cams in place, adjust the
limit switch cam (E or F) until the micro switch (C or D) clicking sound is heard.
5. If the limit switch cam cannot be rotated to its desired position, release the plate and move the door
away from the desired position, then adjust the limit switch cam to its desired position. It may be
necessary to repeat this step until the exact position has been reached.
6. Repeat step 3 and 4 for the opposite direction. Adjust close limit cams so that actuator is engaged
as door fully closes to the floor.
7. “B” is usually the sensing edge cut-off switch and can be adjusted to accommodate sensing edge
cut-off position. It is recommended that the switch position be adjusted as low as possible without
interfering with close limit switch function.
E
G
F
B
D
A
C
NOTE: “C” is usually the open limit switch and “D” is usually the close limit switch.
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WIRING INSTRUCTIONS

Disconnect power at the fuse box before proceeding with any wiring.
WARNING
1. Do not install any wiring or attempt to run this operator without checking the wiring diagram located
on the inside of the control box cover.
2. Do not turn on power until you have finished making all power and control wiring connections.
3. Do not run power and control wiring in the same conduit.
4. Any wire connected to the control panel must be protected by conduit or other means to ensure the
safety and permanency of the wiring.
5. Use copper wire inside the control panel.
6. A separate fuse line of adequate capacity is needed for the operator.
7. The operator must be properly grounded. The ground screw, painted green, is located inside the
control panel.
WARNING
WARNING
Failure to properly ground the operator could result in electric shock and
death or serious injury.
Unless the operator includes an internal lock sensing system, or external
electrical interlocks are installed, remove or make all door locks inoperative,
or secure locks in the unlocked position. Failure to disable the locks could
result in damage to the door or operator.
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CONTROL WIRING
WARNING
If the door is not visible from the control station, or if any device other than
a control station requiring constant pressure to close the door is used, a
monitored sensing device must be installed on the door. Failure to do so
could result in serious injury or death to person(s) trapped beneath the
door.
1. Complete limit switch adjustments before making any sensing edge/non-contact device wiring
connections to the operator.
Photo Eye
Sensing Edge
6" max. above floor
Entrapment Device Options:
Sensing Module
Device Manufacturer
Model
ME110*, ME111*, ME120*, ME123*, ME112*,
ME113*, ME116*, ME117*
MT21*, MU21*, MT22*, MU22*, MC22*, MU33*,
MC271*, CPT223*
MEL-TXYY, MEL-RXYY
GE225, GE125
Optical Edge Sensors and Photo Eyes, Models
OPTOEYE, OPTOEDGE; Part Nos. OSE-T, OSE-R,
OSE-P, OPE.
Reflective Photo Eye, Models Ray/RT -1004, -2004
1266
IG2, MIRM
Miller Edge Inc.
* End of Line resistor type
ELR
2-wire resistive sensing edge must have model
number with Suffix T2.
edge
ASO
IR
Monitored photo eye
FRABA Inc.
Martec Access Products Inc.
Miller Edge Inc.
Note: Refer to sensing device manufacturer for specific installation and maintenance requirements.
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2. If more than one monitored sensing device is to be used, each device must be connected to a
separate ELR/IR sensing module to provide separate monitoring functions. Consult factory for a
multiple device adapter.
WARNING
Do not install a timer to close the door unless some type of monitored
entrapment protection device has been installed. Failure to do so may
result in death or serious injury to person(s) trapped beneath the door.
3. If a timer to close (reclose timer) is to be used, a compatible reclose timer module is required that
will not interfere with the monitoring of sensing device functions. Consult factory for the correct
reclose timer module,
Disconnect power at the fuse box before proceeding with any wiring.
WARNING
4. Locate the control station at a minimum height of 5
feet above the floor, and where the user can clearly
see the operation of the door. Mount the enclosed
placard adjacent to or near the door.
Min. 5 ft
WARNING
Controls shall be located far enough away from the door, or positioned
such that the user is prevented from coming in contact with the door, while
operating the controls.
5. Do not run control wiring in the same conduit as power wiring.
6. Any wires connected to the control panel must be protected by conduit or other means to ensure
the safety and permanency of the wiring.
WARNING
WARNING
Do not install radio controls (receiver/transmitter) to operate the door
unless some type of monitored entrapment protection device has been
installed. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury to person(s)
trapped beneath the door.
Changing from left hand to right hand or vice versa could result in change
of control wiring. Consult factory for details.
7. After installation, be sure that the operator, controls, and sensing edge or other entrapment
protection devices have been tested and function properly.
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A. Control Function:
A.
A-2.
ON
S5
S6
S11
EDGE
M.OP
M.CL
PHOTO
S7
OFF
Momentary Pressure
REV 5S
ON
Open
OFF
Constant Pressure
Momentary Pressure
CN26 :
Optional extra open and
close limits connector
ON
Close
OFF
Constant Pressure
ELR Sensing Edge
EDGE
IR Photo Eye
PHOTO
S.E. Reverse to Open Limit
S.E. Reverse 5 Sec.
REV 5S
Single-phase power source
See operator plate for correct
voltage.
A-3.
L1
1.Stop
2.Open
3.Close
4.Com
A-1.
L2
PHOTO: P5&P6
EDGE:E5&E6
Use S11 to select.
7 & 8 Moving
Warning Signal
24VDC
A-3.
1
2
3
4
7
8
+
-
9
10
9 &10
External Interlock
31
32
E5
P5
E6
P6
34
35
Three-phase power source
See operator plate for correct
voltage.
L1
L2
L3
24VAC
MAX 0.5A
SE
™ A one-second delay on reverse is standard.
™ When the door is closing, pushing the “Open” or “Stop” button will stop the door from moving.
™ When the door is closing, the radio control transmitter can stop and reverse the door at
anytime.
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B. Auxiliary Function:
B.
Radio control
R3
R2
R1
R1
R3
R2
B-2.
24VAC
Push button
24VAC
B-1.
STOP
CLOSE OPEN
Open door
Close door
STOP
CLOSE OPEN
Stop door
STOP
™
CLOSE OPEN
Refer to appendix illustration for connection of single and multiple control stations.
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C. Timer Instruction:
C
C-1.
S17
T1
S18
S16
T2
S15
-
+
Decrease time.
Increase time.
Time 2 setup.
Time 1 setup.
(1) Timer 1 – Mid-open timer: Timer starts counting when door leaves close limit. Door stops
after opening for set time. Pressing open again at mid-open position will cause
door to open limit.
Timer 2 – Close timer: Timer is active when door stops and is not at close limit.
(2) Standard Mode: Cycle counter
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(3) To Set Timer 1 (Mid-open Timer):
T1
z
Press
z
Use
and hold for 5 seconds. Display will flash.
-
+
or
to increase or to decrease time.
T1
z
Press
to save setting. Without pressing, no adjustment is saved.
T1
T1
+
T2
-
Mid-Open Timer
Set the
desired time.
Max. 99 Sec
Max. 99 Sec
T1
T1
Min. 1 Sec
T1
T2
+
-
T1
T1
+
T2
-
T1
Min. 1 Sec
(4) To Set Timer 2 (Reclose Timer):
T2
z
Press
z
Use
and hold for 5 seconds. Display will flash.
-
+
or
to increase or to decrease time.
T2
z
Press
to save setting. Without pressing, no adjustment is saved.
T2
T1
+
T2
-
Timer to Close
Max. 99 min 59 Sec
Set the
desired time.
Max. 99 min 59 Sec
T2
T2
Min. 1 Sec
T1
T2
+
-
T2
T2
T1
T2
+
-
T2
Min. 1 Sec
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D. LCD Display Instruction:
Display
Status
Display
Status
T1
T2
T1 setting
Door closing
T2 setting
Door opening
T1 or T2 setting
completed
E. Light Indication:
LED6 Door open limit
ON: Door at open limit.
OFF: Not at open limit.
LED8 Door close limit
ON: Door at close limit.
OFF: Not at close limit.
LED10 AUX close Limit contact
ON: Door at AUX close limit.
OFF: Not at AUX close limit.
LED2 M.P.
ON: Momentary pressure for close.
OFF: Constant pressure for close.
LED7 Safe
ON: Sensing device hit obstruction.
OFF: Sensing edge Standby.
LED9 Device light
ON: When one of sensing device is
normal.
OFF: Sensing device disconnected,
failed or damaged.
LED5 Control Station stop
ON: Connect with 3 button
control station and not
activate STOP button.
OFF: Not connect with 3
button control station
or activate STOP
button.
7 10 8 6 2
9 5 3 4 1
LED4 Open button
ON: Activated.
OFF: Not activated.
LED3 Close button
ON: Activated.
OFF: Not activated.
LED1 Power
ON: Power ON.
OFF: Power OFF.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING –To reduce the risk of death or serious injury:
1.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Never let children operate or play with door controls. Keep the remote control (when provided)
away from children.
3. Personnel should keep away from a door in motion and keep the moving door in sight until it is
completely closed or opened. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING DOOR.
Fire doors could close rapidly at any time and cause death or serious injury.
WARNING
Do NOT stand in the doorway.
4. Test sensing devices at least once a month. Also test sensing devices after making any
adjustments to the close limit. Failure to adjust the operator properly may cause death or
serious injury.
5. For operators having an auxiliary release, use caution when using the release if the door is
open. Weak or broken springs may cause the door to fall rapidly, causing death or serious
injury.
6. KEEP DOORS PROPERLY OPERATING AND BALANCED. See door manufacturer’s
Operation and Maintenance Instructions. An improperly operating or unbalanced door could
cause death or serious injury. Have trained door systems technicians make all necessary
adjustments and repairs.
7.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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FUSIBLE LINK CONNECTIONS
™ REMOVE COTTER PIN FROM RELEASE ASSEMBLY AFTER INSTALLATION IS
COMPLETE.
Refer to the fire door installation instructions for connection of the release assembly or consult
NFPA-80 and the authority having jurisdiction for fusible link location(s) and method.
Remove cotter pin after
connection of fusible link.
PLUNGER
RELEASE LEVER
FUSIBLE LINK CABLE
* Illustration only, not drawn to scale. See product for actual details.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. If a 3-button control station is used to operate the door, push the “OPEN” button to open the
door, push the “CLOSE” button to close the door, push the “STOP” button to stop movement of
the door while opening or closing. With constant pressure close operation, removing pressure
from the “CLOSE” button will also cause the door to stop.
2. If a key switch control station is used to operate the door, turn the key to the “OPEN” position to
open the door, turn the key to the “CLOSE” position to close the door, push the “STOP” button
to stop movement of the door while opening or closing. With constant pressure close operation,
removing pressure from the “CLOSE” key position will cause the door to stop.
3. Door may also be operated by remote devices.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If one or more monitored sensing devices are installed, and determined by
the operator to be not functioning properly, the door will either stay open, or re-open if closing. If
this occurs, contact a trained door systems technician to make repairs. Until repairs can be made,
the door can be opened and closed from the 3-button or key switch control station, but will require
constant pressure on the close control to close the door.
EMERGENCY MANUAL OPERATION
This operator has provisions for manually operating the door in case of emergency or power
failure. This operator is equipped with an auxiliary chain hoist.
To operate the auxiliary chain hoist:
1. Remove the hand chain from the chain bag.
2. Pull the hand chain to operate the door in the desired direction. (No clutch to engage)
Put the hand chain back into the chain bag, before operating the door again electrically.
WARNING
Turn off power to the operator before manually operating your door.
Hand chain must be kept inside chain bag when operating electrically.
WARNING
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
The brake is a self-adjusting brake. It is maintenance free. The brake assembly requires no
additional adjustments for its lifetime.
If an entrapment protection device is used, i.e. sensing edge or photoelectric sensors, please
consult the manufacturer for maintenance instruction.
Disconnect power supply to the operator before servicing.
WARNING
Check the following items at the intervals listed:
DESCRIPTION
EVERY
3 MONTHS
Drive Chain
Check for excessive slack.
Check & adjust as required
Lubricate.
●
Sprockets
Check set screw tightness
●
Fasteners
Check & tighten as required
Bearings & Shafts
Check for wear & lubricate
Drop-test
Inspect door, drop-test for
proper operation and full
closure per NFPA-80
CHECK LIST
EVERY
6 MONTHS
EVERY
12 MONTHS
●
●
●
™ Do not lubricate motor. Motor bearings are rated for continuous operation.
™ Inspect and service whenever a malfunction either door or operator is observed or
suspected.
™ Before servicing, always disconnect power supply to the operator.
™ Replace fuses only with those of the same type and rating.
™ All replacement parts must be obtained from the door manufacturer per NFPA-80.
WARNING
Do not place hands or tools in or near the operator when the power is
connected or when testing control or sensing devices. Always
disconnect power before servicing or adjusting the operator.
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APPENDIX 1
Multiple Sensing Devices Connection Instruction
W arning: Power OFF When Connecting.
Q S T-FG-M- A DAPTER -2
1
2
3
or
1
U nplug the jumper connector
to add modules.
P rimary S ensing D evice Connection
2
S econdary sensing device
connects on 1st sensing
module.
P lug back in the jumper
connector if no additional
m odules is used.
P a rt No:
G W40-05-1
3
P a rt No:
G W4 0-05-1
O R Harness
P art No : ADA-DA 11 1-WH002
P ar al lel
c on nection
or
A ND Harne ss
P art No : ADA-DA 11 1-WH001
S er ial
c on ne ction
Secondary and Third S ensing
Devices connect on 1st and
2nd sensing modules.
S G
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APPENDIX 2
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APPENDIX 3
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APPENDIX 4
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APPENDIX 5
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