DC4000 Series LE Operator
Surface Applied Swing Unit
Installation Instructions
7-20-17 REV 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
General requirements.................................................................... 1
Handicap code requirement.......................................................... 2
DC4000 swing applications........................................................... 3
Installing the operator and header................................................. 4
Installing the adjustable connecting arm....................................... 5
Setting the open stop and pre load................................................ 6
Installing pull arm and track........................................................... 7
Quick Setup................................................................................... 8
Control adjustments...................................................................... 9
Wiring diagrams........................................................................... 10
Placement of safety decals.......................................................... 11
Replacement Parts...................................................................... 12
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE INSTALLER
To ensure safe and proper operation, this door is to be installed and adjusted by a
trained and experienced installer with knowledge of:
• All applicable local codes.
• ANSI A156.19 American National Standard for Power Assist and Low Energy
Power Operated Doors.
• Door Controls recommendations for DC4000 operators.
If there are any questions about these instructions call Door Controls USA Technical
Assistance 800-437-3667.
INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED BY THE DISTRIBUTOR TO THE OWNER
• Instructions on the safe operation of the door (after installation).
• Owner’s Manual with explanation/demonstration of the daily safety check.
• Location of power on/off switch.
• Necessary warnings not covered in these general instructions.
• Date equipment placed in service.
• Door Controls' invoice number for warranty reference.
• Equipment type and Accessories included.
• Phone number to call regarding problems or request for service.
• Emphasize that, if a potentially hazardous situation is suspected, the door
should be taken out of automatic service until a professional inspection is
made and the problem is corrected.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
- POWER 120VAC, 60 HZ, 15 AMP
- ACTUATION WIRING (22 AWG, 2 WIRE)
- ACCEPTABLE SUPPORT FOR HEADER
HANDICAP CODE REQUIREMENT
- ACTIVATION SWITCH MUST BE LOCATED IN VIEW OF THE DOOR AND NOT ON THE DOOR FRAME. SEE
ANSI A156.19 OR CONSULT ANSI A117.1 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON GUIDELINES FOR
ACTIVATION SWITCHS.
NOTE: REFER TO SECTION 10
FOR REQUIRED DECALS.
12' MAXIMUM
SEE ANSI A156.19
NOTE: MINIMUM OF 5'x5' CLEAR AND LEVEL
FLOOR IS REQUIRED ON BOTH SIDES
OF DOOR WAY.
24"
MINIMUM
NOTE: BOTTOM HORIZONTAL RAIL MUST BE AT
LEAST 7 1/2" ON ALUMINUM/GLASS DOORS.
(LOCAL CODES MAY REQUIRE MORE)
34" TO 48"
SEE ANSI A156.19
32"
MINIMUM
DOOR
WIDTH
3.
DC4000 SWING APPLICATIONS
PAIR LH-RH, PULL (IN)
0" TO 6" REVEAL
DC4000-6A OR DC4000-6B
PAIR LH/RH, PUSH (OUT)
DC4000-5A OR DC4000-5B
SINGLE RH, PULL (IN)
0" TO 6" REVEAL
DC4000-3A OR DC4000-3B
SINGLE LH, PUSH (OUT)
DC4000-2A OR DC4000-2B
SINGLE LH, PULL (IN)
0" TO 6" REVEAL
DC4000-4A OR DC4000-4B
SINGLE RH, PUSH (OUT)
DC4000-1A OR DC4000-1B
LEFT HAND DOUBLE EGRESS
DC4000-8A OR DC4000-8B
RIGHT HAND DOUBLE EGRESS
DC4000-7A OR DC4000-7B
4.
INSTALLING THE HEADER.
ACTUATION AND 120VAC WIRING ACCESS HOLES.
1ST STEP
CHECK THE MOUNTING AREA FOR PROPER SUPPORT.
WOOD BLOCKING IN WALLBOARD WALL IS RECOMMENDED.
SHIMMING MAY BE REQUIRED.
NOTE:
SCREW TYPE TO
BE DETERMINED
BY INSTALLATION
APPLICATION TYPE.
USE 1/4" DIAMETER
OR LARGER SCREWS.
MINIMUM HEADER LENGTH OF 28"
3/4"
(BOTTOM OF
HEADER TO
TOP OF
DOOR FRAME)
2ND STEP
MARK LOCATION OF THE HEADER
3RD STEP
SECURE HEADER AS SHOWN. HOLE LOCATION AND
FASTENER TYPE WILL VARY AS MOUNTING
CONDITIONS WILL VARY.
4TH STEP
CAREFULLY PULL WIRES THROUGH ACCESS HOLES.
NOTE:
IF HEADER END CAPS (NOT SHOWN) ARE NOT
ACCESSIBLE AFTER THE INSTALL THEY MAY BE
INSTALLED BEFORE THE FINAL SECURING OF THE
HEADER IN IT'S LOCATION.
STANDARD MOUNTING CONDITIONS
INSWING
(Parallel Arm)
OUTSWING
MOUNTING THE OPERATOR IN THE HEADER
14
3
15
4
16
9
13
CAREFULLY PULL WIRING
THROUGH ACCESS HOLES AND
ATTACH TO PROPER LOCATIONS
ON CIRCUIT BOARD
8
11
17
10
STEPS:
1 SLIDE SQUARE HEAD 3/8" BOLTS 3 THROUGH TEE SLOTS IN HEADER 14 UNTIL THEY ARE IN APPROXIMATE POSITION TO
MOUNT OPERATOR COMPONENTS 17 , 16 AND HEADER END CAP 15
2 INSERT VIBRATION ISOLATORS 9
INTO BRACKETS FOR DRIVE COMPONENT 17 . POSITION DRIVE UNIT 17 SO THAT THE
SPLINED DRIVE SHAFT IS POSITIONED IN THE OUTPUT NOTCH IN HEADER 14 . SLIDE DRIVE COMPONENT 17 ONTO SQUARE HEAD
BOLTS 3 . PUSH DRIVE UNIT INTO HEADER FIRMLY. PLACE WASHERS 8 , LOCK WASHERS 11 AND NUTS 10 ONTO PROTRUDING
SQUARE HEAD BOLTS 3 , TIGHTEN INTO PLACE FIRMLY WITHOUT WARPING OR BENDING HEADER. MAKE SURE DRIVE UNIT 17 IS
SECURE AND CANNOT BE MOVED FROM NORMAL CONTROL ACTIVATION.
3 LINE UP CONTROL 16 WITH SQUARE HEAD BOLTS 3 AND SLIDE INTO PLACE. USE NUTS 13 TO SECURE FIRMLY
4 LINE UP END CAPS 15 WITH SQUARE HEAD BOLTS 3 AND SLIDE INTO PLACE USING NUTS 4
CAP IS FLUSH WITH END OF HEADER 14 .
3
37C15BSQ
BOLT, SQUARE, 3/8-16 X 1-1/2"
Default/QT
Y.
10
8
37NWU5Z
3/8 FLAT WASHER
4
9
C3069
ISOLATOR, VIBRATION-4000 OPR
4
10
37CNFHZ
3/8-16 HEX NUT
4
11
37NLOCZ
6
13
37CNKEZ
3/8 SPLIT LOCK WASHER
3/8-16 KEP NUT- WITH INTEGRAL LOCK
WASHER
DC4000 HEADER
1
DC4000 HEADER END CAP
1
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
2
14
DC4000H-XX-XX
15
DC4000ECP-B
16
DC4000-C
DC4000 CONTROLLER
1
17
DC4000-LH / DC4000-RH
DC4000 GEAR DRIVE
1
TO SECURE. MAKE SURE END
5.
INSTALLING THE ADJUSTABLE CONNECTING ARM
1ST STEP:
LOCATE AND MOUNT THE FOOT USING
DIMENSION "A" FROM THE ARM CHART
ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE.
2 5/16 (58mm)
DIMENSION "A"
1 5/8" (41mm)
OUTSWING
DOOR FRAME
DOOR TOP RAIL
HINGE AREA
MOUNTING FOOT
MOUNTING HOLES:
METAL DOORS:
DRILL 13/64" (5mm)
WOOD DOORS:
DRILL 5/32" (4mm)
2ND STEP:
DETERMINE THE PROPER LENGTH
OF THE ADJUSTABLE ROD USING
DIMENSION "B" FROM THE ARM CHART
ON THE FOLOWING PAGE
AND CUT TO REQUIRED LENGTH
DIMENSION "B"
ADJUSTABLE CONNECTING
ARM LENGTH
MOUNTING FOOT ASSEMBLIES:
METAL DOORS:
1. MOUNTING FOOT, 1 PIECE
2. 1/4"-20x2 1/4" HEX BOLTS, 2 PIECES
3. 1/4" SPLIT RING LOCK WASHERS, 2 PIECES
4. 1/4"-20 ACORN HEX NUT, 2 PIECES
ROD LENGTH =
"B" DIMENSION MINUS
4 1/2" (114mm)
WOOD DOORS:
1. MOUNTING FOOT, 1 PIECE
2. #14x1 1/2" SCREWS, 2 PIECES
C5254-1 CONNECTING
ARM ASSEMBLY
POSITION THE FLANGE ON
TOP AND ALIGN THE SLOT
IN THE BUSHING WITH THE
SLOT IN THE ARM
3RD STEP:
ASSEMBLE THE CONNECTING ARM
AND ATTACH IT TO THE MOUNTING FOOT.
PUSH ARM ASSEMBLY
STANDARD ARM CONNECTIONS
DIMENSION A
EXTERIOR
SWING DOOR
REVEAL
4" (102mm)
APPLY LOCTITE 242
DIMENSION B
OPERATOR OUTLINE
POWER ARM
OUTSWING
ARM CHART LENGTH
REVEAL
0
1/2" (13)
1" (25)
1 1/2" (38)
2" (51)
2 1/2" (64)
3" (76)
3 1/2" (89)
4" (102)
BUTT END OR PIVOT
OUTSWING
A
B
16" (406)
17 1/8" (435)
16" (406)
17 1/2" (445)
16" (406)
17 3/4" (451)
16" (406)
18 1/4" (464)
16" (406)
18 1/4" (464)
16 1/2" (419)
19 1/4" (489)
16 1/2" (419)
19 3/4" (501)
16 1/2" (419)
20 1/8" (511)
17" (432)
20 3/4" (527)
CENTER PIVOT 2 3/4"
OUTSWING
A
B
16" (406)
16 1/2" (419)
16" (406)
16 7/8" (429)
16" (406)
17" (432)
16" (406)
17 3/4" (451)
17" (432)
18 3/4" (476)
17" (432)
19" (438)
18" (457)
20" (508)
18" (457)
20 1/2" (521)
19" (438)
21 1/2" (546)
NOTE: IF REVEAL IS GREAT ER THAN 4" CONSULT FACTORY.
* FOR 3 3/4" CENTER PIVOT ADD 1" TO DIMENSION A *
6.
SETTING THE OPEN STOP AND PRE LOAD.
☠ CAUTION: WHEN INSTALLING THE POWER ARM OR WHEN SERVICING ANY SWING DOOR, BE SURE TO KEEP HANDS, FACE AND ARMS ☠
CLEAR OF THE ARM'S SWING PATH. SERIOUS
BE ACCIDENTALLY ACTIVATED.
3RD STEP:
ENERGIZE THE OPERATOR TO ROTATE THE
OUTPUT SHAFT TO FULL OPEN POSITION
AGAINST ITS INTERNAL STOP. THIS ACTION
WINDS THE SPRING.
INJURY COULD RESULT FROM THE MOVING ARM SHOULD THE OPERATOR
OUTPUT SHAFT
4TH STEP:
CONNECT THE POWER ARM
TO THE OUTPUT SHAFT
OPERATOR HOUSING
POWER ARM
JAMB
2ND STEP:
MANUALLY OPEN THE DOOR
TO FULL OPEN POSITION
(OR AS SPECIFIED)
DOOR
1ST STEP:
FOOT AND ROD SHOULD BE
ATTACHED TO DOOR IN THE
CORRECT LENGTH AND POSITION
ALTERNATE METHOD
ON OUTSWING UNITS ONLY:
POSITION THE DOOR IN THE CLOSED
POSITION AND THE ARM AT 90 ° TO
THE DOOR. ATTACH THE FOOT AND
ROD TO THE DOOR. THEN REMOVE
THE ARM FROM THE OUTPUT SHAFT
OUTSWING
ARM
5TH STEP:
APPLY LOCTITE 242
TIGHTEN SCREW TO
10 FOOT POUNDS (13.5n)
AFTER ARM IS IN POSITION
6TH STEP:
INSTALL THE SCREW AND WASHER
IN THE END OF THE SHAFT TO
PREVENT THE ARM FROM
COMING OFF THE SHAFT
7.
INSTALLING THE PULL ARM AND TRACK
TRACK ASSEMBLY
DRIVE BLOCK
5" (127mm)
1ST STEP:
REMOVE 1 TRACK END CAP AND
SLIDE PLASTIC DRIVE BLOCK INTO TRACK
1" (25.4mm)
DOOR PIVOT
2ND STEP:
POSITION TRACK ON DOOR 1" OR 1 1/8"
IF REVEAL IS GREATER THAN ZERO FROM
THE TOP OF THE DOOR.
* MARK HOLE LOCATIONS AND DRILL TWO
#7 (13/64") HOLES IN DOOR*
* MOUNT TRACK WITH TWO #14x3"
FLAT HEAD MACHINE SCREW*
1 1/2"
(38mm)
OUTPUT SHAFT
HEADER OUTLINE
3RD STEP:
ENERGIZE THE OPERATOR AND ALLOW THE
OUTPUT SHAFT TO ROTATE TO MAXIMUM
OPEN POSITION.
OUTPUT SHAFT
HEADER OUTLINE
4TH STEP:
MANUALLY OPEN THE DOOR
TO FULL OPEN. 90° PLUS.
5TH STEP:
POSITION THE ARM UNDER THE OUTPUT SHAFT
AND OVER THE DRIVE BLOCK.
6TH STEP:
INSERT THE DRIVE PIN INTO THE
LOWER ARM AND THE DRIVE BLOCK
7TH STEP:
INSTALL THE ARM ON THE OUTPUT SHAFT
AND TIGHTEN THE 1/4"x1" SOCKET CAP SCREW
TO 10 (13.5n) FOOT POUNDS.
3/4" (19mm)
APPLY LOCTITE 242
TO THREADS
8TH STEP:
SECURE THE 1 1/4" WASHER TO THE
BOTTOM OF THE OUTPUT SHAFT WITH
#10x3/8" FLAT HEAD MACHINE SCREW.
LEFT HANDINSWING
RIGHT HAND INSWING
TO CHANGE ARM HAND,
REMOVE SCREWS AND ROTATE ARM 180°
1 1/8" (28mm)
8. QUICK SET UP Using Default Setting
Attention: This unit has been pre-programmed to a generic 90 deg opening position.
Please follow the instructions below for a quick set up:
1. Plug in the wiring harness from the controller to the operator (done at the factory).
2. Do not plug in any additional accessories, i.e. safety switches, door lock switches or
actuating devices.
3. Plug in motor and check for polarity (done at factory). When opened manually, motor
should return slowly to the stopped position if wired correctly.
4. Plug in the line power (120vac) harness. Turn Three Position Switch to the HOLD
position. The motor should open to the full hard stop position.
5. With the door at full open position, securely install the main arm to the operator
using 1/4” wrench. Then connect the rod to the main arm using 9/16” wrench. Check
upper (outside) cam. The switch should be in the down position (flat part of cam). If not,
use cam tool provided to set the cam.
6. Turn Three Position Switch to the OFF position and let the door close completely.
Check lower inside cam. The switch should be in the down position (flat part of cam). If
not, use cam tool provided to set the cam
7. Turn Three Position Switch to the Auto position. After a couple of seconds the Id
should be on the display. Test door by pressing the Down button on the control board.
Be sure to install the screw and the washer in the end of the shaft to make sure the arm
doesn’t drop after prolonged operation.
Adjustment Procedure
During the following sections, if any delays, options, or speeds (other than closing
speeds) need adjustment, switch the Three Position Switch to the off position.
Programming Mode:
With the Three Position Switch in the off position. The small circle on the display will
blink on & off (this indicates the control is in the programming mode)
To change parameters, use the UP or DOWN buttons to find the parameter you want
to change. Press and hold the SET button to see the current value. To make changes,
continue to hold the SET button while pressing the UP or DOWN buttons to increase /
decrease the value. When done, release the SET button.
Turn the Three Position Switch to the on position and press the down button to cycle
the door. If you are satisfied with your settings, press and hold the SET button until
dS is shown on the display
IMPORTANT: NO SETTINGS WILL BE SAVED UNLESS YOU FOLLOW THIS STEP!
Switch the door back on and check the operation using the new value(s). Refer to
Parameter List, for descriptions of the parameters and their factory defaults.
CODE
OS
OC
HO
SS
AC
dC
Uj
d1
d2
d3
LC
UL
AF
ct
PG
Cr
SL
LL
HS
U1-3
--
PARAMETER
Open Speed
Open Check
Hole Open
Safety Slow
Acceleration
Deceleration
Unjam power
Time delay 1 ( standard )
Time delay 2 ( push-n-go )
Time delay 3 (close recycle )
Latch Check delay
Unlock delay
Auxiliary Function
cycle test
Push-N-Go
Close recycle
Slow open speed
Lock present
Hold Strike
User Parameter 1 - 3
Blank parameter ( skip past )
DEFAULT VALUE
4
9
4
5
15
0
0
1 sec
1 sec
1 sec
3 sec
0.8 sec
1
off
off
on
open speed reduced 50%
off ( no lock )
off ( turn off lock 1 sec )
empty
n/a
RANGE
0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
1 - 16
1 - 99
1 - 99
1 - 99
1 - 99
0.1 - 9.9
1-3
Do Not Change
off / on
off / on
off / on
off / on
off / on
0 - 99
n/a
Parameter List
The following list shows all the adjustable parameters in the ES500 control, along with a
brief description of their function and their factory default values.
OS
Open Speed. Sets the opening speed of the door before the open check switch is
released. Possible values are 0-15, and default is 4
OC
Open Check. Adjusts from 0 – 15. Default is 9. Determines opening speed after
the open check switch is released (within 15-45° of door opening)
HO
Hold Open. Adjusts from 0-15. Default is 3. Should be adjusted to the minimum
power required to keep the door from drifting closed after the display switches to HO
SS
Seek Speed. Adjusts from 0-15. Default is 5. Should be adjusted to make the door
creep open following the “obstruction” response (see section 1.4)
AC ACceleration . Determines how fast the door remps up to open speed following
an accuate command. Possible values are 0-15, and the setup default is 15 (maximum
acceleration)
dC deceleration. Determines how fast door slows down after the open check switch
is released. Possible values are 0-15. The setup default of 0 switches door immediately
from “speed” to “check” with no ramp down.
UJ UnJam power. Determines amount of power the control applies in the closing
direction to unjam the lock and/or door prior to opening. Possible values are 0-16. And
the setup default is 0 (do not apply unjam power). Note that unjam power may be
used with or without a lock present.
d1 Time delay 1 (standard). This delay is used with all standard actuating devices.
(push button, radio control, or motion detector). The time delay begins when when the
door reduces speed to open check. Possible values are 1-99 seconds. And the setup
default is 1 second.
d2 Time delay 2. (push-n-go). This delay is used only when the door has been
actuated by a push-n-go signal. The time delay begins when the door reduces speed to
open check. Possible values are 1-99 seconds, and the setup default is 1 second. Note:
df takes priority over d2. If the door is opened via push-n-go, then a standard actuating
signal (pushbutton, ect.) is received, d1 replaces d2.
d3 Time delay 3 (close recycle). This delay is used only when the door has been
recycled be an obstruction detected while attempting to close. The time delay begins
when the door reduces speed to open check. Possible values are 1-99 seconds. And the
setup default is 1 second. For paired operation, d3 must be set the same as d1.
LC Latch Check delay. This delay begins when the door reduces speed to the latch
check. It should be set to insure that the door is fully closed before the display switches
from LC to Id. It prevents the safety devices, if any, from being re-enabled too early
during the closing sequence. The safety devices are automatically “locked out” while
the door is closing (display shows CL) and while the latch check delay is running as well
(display shows LC). Possible values are 1-9.9 seconds, default is 3 seconds.
UL UnLock delay. This delay should be set to insure that the lock retracts befor the
door begins opening. It is displayed in .01 second intervals, and possible intervals are
0.1 - 9.9 seconds. The default of 0.8 seconds is sufficient for most magnetic locks.
AF Auxilary Function. This parameter defines the function of auxiliary input
connector CN7. The default value of 1 enables CN7 to be used as a close monitor
switch input. Setting AF to 2 allows this connection to be used for approach side
sensors that function only as recycle/hold open devices (the devices are ignored when
the door is closed). Setting AF to 3 allows this connection to be used for a safety beam
input. Other values of AF are reserved and disable the CN7 input when selected.
CT cycle test. This cycles the door at regular intervals for testing. Default is off (do
not cycle test).
PG Push-n-G. This automatically completes a cycle if someone begind pushing the
tor open manually. Default is off (no push-n-go). Also see the d2 parameter.
Cr Close recycle. This recycles the door open if an obstruction is encountered prior
to the door entering latch check. Default is on.
SL SLow open speed. This reduces all open speed settings by approximately 50%,
allowing the use of very slow open speed if desired. Remaining speeds (open check,
hold open, etc.) are not affected by SL. Default is off (use normal open speeds).
LL Lock present. When LL parameter is on, the control will trigger the lock relay prior
to opening. It will attempt to unjam the door, if requested (see UJ and UP parameters),
and will wait through the unlock delay (see the UL parameter) before opening the
door. Default is off (no lock)
HS Hold Strike. If the HS parameter is left off, the lock will be released approximately
1 second after the door begins opening. This is normally the preferred setting, as it
prevents burn out or buzzing of inexpensive electric strikes. HS is turned on, the lock
will be held in the released condition for the total duration of the open cycle, the close
cycle, and the latch check delay (see the LC parameter). Default is off (do not hold
strike through open cycle).
U1-3 User Parameter 1-3. These parameters adjust from 0-99 and are not used in
any way by the control itself. They may be set to any data the installer wishes to save
(month/year of installation, date of last service, technician code, etc).
Next, we will complete the adjustments using the trim pots on the
controller.
Caution: The LIMIT, OBST, CLS SPD, and LAT SPD screwdriver adjustments are in close
proximity to electrical components. Be careful to avoid contact with any parts while
making adjustments.
Closing Adjustments
! With power off, physically inspect the latch check switch (switch with the blue, gray,
and white wires) and its associated cam. The arm of the latch check switch should
remain depressed from the full open position until the door is approximately 10-15° from
the full closed position, and then it must release, Adjust the cam as necessary.
Next, adjust the CLS SPD (close speed) and LAT SPD (latch speed) pots for the desired
closing operation. The door may be manually opened as many times as necessary to
complete these adjustments.
Opening Adjustments
Physically inspect the open check switch (switch with orange and yellow wires) and its
associated cam. The arm of the open check switch should remain depressed until the
door is approximately 30° from the full open position, and then it must release.
! IMPORTANT: Do not proceed further until you have verified the adjustment of this
cam.
Temporarily set both the LIMIT pot and the OBST pot fully counterclockwise. Ensure that
the Three Position Switch is in the ON position.
Cycle the door by pressing and holding the DOWN button (this button functions as the
actuate signal when the door is in normal operation, allowing easier testing). The door
should cycle open. The display will show OS (Open Speed) befor the open check switch
releases. It will switch to OC (Open Check) in the open check zone. If the DOWN button
is held long enough, the display will switch to HO (Hold Open).
When the DOWN button is released, the door will begin closing after the d1 time delay
expires. Cycle the door several times using the DOWN button and check for proper
operation. If any speeds or delays need to be changed, follow the instructions in Section
Adjustment Procedure.
OPENING CHECK
CAM: ADJUST FOR
SWITCH ARM TO FALL
INTO THE FLAT OF THE
CAM WHEN THE DOOR
IS 10 DEGREES FROM
FULL OPEN
CLOSING CHECK CAM: ADJUST FOR
SWITCH ARM TO FALL INTO THE FLAT
OF THE CAM WHEN THE DOOR IS 10
DEGREES FROM FULL CLOSED
NOTE: Properly adjusted cams can prolong the control and motor life.
Note:
If the display is in the upper left corner of the circuit board as installed in the header
(right hand) or is it in the lower right hand corner (left hand). If the display is in the
upper left corner, press and hold the SET button while plugging the power
connector back into CN9 on the control. If the display is in the lower right hand
corner, press and hold the UP button while plugging in the power connector. This
feature allows the display to read “right side up” regardless of the controls
orientation in the header.
LAT SP: default position is fully counterclockwise.
OBST: default position is midway between counter clockwise & clockwise
CLS SP: default position is fully counterclockwise.
LIMIT: default position is fully clockwise.
Caution: The following two paragraphs describe the limit and obstruction features
of the control. The limit feature must be set properly for low energy applications. It
is also highly recommended that the obstruction sensing be used for maximum
pedestrian safety. The open speed and check speeds should be properly set before
attempting to adjust the added safety features.
The limit function, when properly adjusted, allows faster open speed while
maintaining safety by limiting the maximum torque output of the operator. Adjust the
LIMIT pot clockwise to reduce the opening force to the desired maximum. Clockwise
adjustment increases the limiting and reduces the force available.
The obstruction feature of the control, when properly adjusted, switches the door to
a much lower hold-open force if an obstruction is encountered during door opening.
Adjust the OBST pot clockwise sufficiently to obtain an obstruction response when an
obstruction is encountered. When an obstruction is sensed, the display will switch
from OS to Ob (Obstruction) and the control will switch to the hold open voltage.
After a brief delay, the display will switch to SS (Seek Speed) and the door will creep
the rest of the way open. After which normal operation will be restored. Set the Seek
Speed just high enough to insure that the door creeps open following an obstruction
response timeout. Note: If the LIMIT adjustment is turned up to far, It may not be
possible to get the obstruction response.
SPECIAL NOTES ON SYNCHRONIZED PAIRS
xA six conductor synchronization harness is supplied with paired operators. It is
strongly suggested that this harness be left unplugged until each door of the pair
is set up properly and operating normally as an independent unit. The harness
may then be plugged into SYNC connector CN5 on each control to synchronize the
two doors.
xConnections to actuating and safety devices as well as the on/off/hold switch
may be made to either control. It is not necessary to connect them to both.
xDue to the method used for synchronization. It is not possible to have different
values for the standard display (d1) and the close recycle delay (d3). Delays d1 and
d3 should be set to the same value in each operator, and must also be set
identical on botheoperators. This restriction does not apply to single operators.
9.
CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
#3 COMMON
#2 ACUATE
#1 +24 VDC
RADIO RECEIVER
PART #DC10206
(BOARD TERMINAL CN3)
ROCKER SWITCH
PART #DC10236
(BOARD TERMINAL CN4)
SYNC SIGNAL
PART #DC10205
(BOARD TERMINAL CN5)
SAFETY SIGNAL
PART #DC10204
(BOARD TERMINAL CN6)
AUXILIARY SWITCH
PART #DC10208
(BOARD TERMINAL CN7)
LOCK CONTACT
PART #DC10204
(BOARD TERMINAL CN8)
** NOTE: AUXILIARY INPUT IS NOT SYNCED WITH OTHER INPUTS **
120VAC FROM "J" BOX ASSEMBLY
COM
24V
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
RED
*NOTE: GREEN TERMINAL IS NOT USED*
WHITE
GREEN
2
COM
WHITE
RED
1
SIGNAL/NO
4
TYPICAL 4 WIRE
RADIO RECEIVER
DC10206
RADIO HARNESS
FROM CONTROL
CONNECT TO CN3
3
- COMMON RADIO RECEIVER WIRING -
TOUCHLESS WALL SWITCH
TYPICAL TOUCHLESS WALL SWITCH
COM
24V
BLACK
#3 COMMON
RED
#1 +24VDC
GREEN
#2 ACTUATE
EMPTY
SIGNAL/NO
COM
WHITE
DETAIL D
D
BEA BODYGUARD WIRING
DATA +
7
DATA -
6
NC
5
NO
4
COM
24V
24V
BLACK
WHITE
3
N/C
GREEN
RED
2
TO BEA BODYGUARD
TERMINAL STRIP
4
SAF
3
SNS
2
BROWN
1
COM
5
DATA
1
+24V
TO ES500
SAFETY CONNECTOR
CN6 SAFETY CONNECTOR
WIRE COLORS ARE FROM A600-0007-01 (DC10207)
BROWN= 1(24V) & 7(DATA+)
BLACK=
2(24V) & 3(COMMON)
WHITE=
4(N.O. SIGNAL OUTPUT)
RED=
6(DATA-)
THE GREEN WIRE IS STOP-N-SEEK AND IS NOT CONNECTED
ELECTRIC MORTISE STRIKE WIRING
BLACK
WHITE
GREEN
N/C
120VAC
120: 24VAC
AC
AC
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
MORTISE STRIKE
FAIL SECURE
(POWER TO UNLOCK)
3
NO
2
COM
1
NC
3/C HARNESS
TO CNB ON
ES500 CONTROL
ELECTRIC MAGNETIC LOCK WIRING
N/C
BLACK
WHITE
GREEN
3
NO
2
COM
1
NC
3/C HARNESS
TO CNB ON
ES500 CONTROL
120VAC
120: 24VAC
AC
AC
MAGNETIC LOCK
FAIL SAFE
(POWER TO LOCK)
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
NOTES FOR EITHER LOCK TYPE:
1.
IF BRIDGE RECTIFIER IS NOT USED, A 47VAC 7mm VARISTOR (MOV) MUST BE WIRED DIRECTLY ACROSS THE
LOCK COIL.
2.
TRANSFORMER IS IS FOR LOCK POWERING ONLY AND SHOULD BE SIZED ACCORDINGLY.
3.
PARAMETER LL MUST BE SWITCHED ON IN ES5500 CONTROL, OR LOCK WILL NOT OPERATE
10. PLACEMENT OF SAFETY DECALS
THE DECALS SHOWN BELOW ARE AVAILABLE OPTIONS.
PART #C7282
PART #C7281
FOR PUSH AND GO OPTION (LOCATE EACH SIDE OF DOOR)
PART #C1631-3
FOR ONE WAY TRAFFIC (NON APROACH SIDE)
DECALS SHOULD BE A MINIMUM OF 6" IN DIAMETER AND BE VISIBLE FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE DOOR.
APPLY DECALS AS SHOWN.
NOTE: DAILY SAFETY CHECK DECAL
SHOULD BE ADHERED TO THE
INTERIOR SIDE OF THE DOOR
JAMB IN FULL VIEW.
PART #C7280
NOTE: THIS DECAL OR OPTIONAL
DECALS SHOWN ARE
REQUIRED TO MEET ANSI
STANDARDS. THIS DECAL
IS INCLUDED IN EACH
DOOR PACKAGE. DECAL
IS TO BE CENTERED IN
DOOR WIDTH.
58" (1473mm)
5" (127mm)
PART #C1690-1
12.
DC4000 Replacement Parts List
Header Components
Part # Description
DC4000ECP-B
DC4000HCA
DC4000BMA
DC4000HCB
DC4000BMB
DC4000H-51A-LH
DC4000H-51A-RH
DC4000H-51B-LH
DC4000H-51B-RH
DC4000H-120A
DC4000H-120B
DC4000 END CAP PACKAGE - BLACK
DC4000 HEADER COVER, CLEAR
DC4000 BACKMEMBER, CLEAR
DC4000 HEADER COVER, BRONZE
DC4000 BACKMEMBER, BRONZE
DC4000 HEADER CLEAR LH
DC4000 HEADER CLEAR RH
DC4000 HEADER BRONZE LH
DC4000 HEADER BRONZE RH
DC4000 120" HEADER CLEAR(Specify Length)
DC4000 120” HEADER BRONZE(Specify Length)
Drive Components
DC4000-LH
DC4000-RH
DC4000-C
Harness Accessories
DC10204
DC10205
DC10206
DC10207
DC10208
DC10235
DC10236
DC4000 LH OPERATOR
DC4000 RH OPERATOR
DC4000 CONTROL
DC4000
DC4000
DC4000
DC4000
DC4000
DC4000
DC4000
LOCK HARNESS 12" CN8
SYNC. HARNESS 60" CN5
RFF HARNESS 12" CN3
SAFETY HARNESS 12" CN6
AUX. SWITCH 12" CN7
POWER HARNESS, 120VAC
RCKR SW ASSY, ON/OFF/HO
Arms
Push
C4252-14A
C4252-14B
C5254-1
OUTSWING ARM ASSY 14T CL
OUTSWING ARM ASSY 14T BZ
CONNECTING ROD ASSY
Pull
C4241-14A
C4241-14B
C4248-14A
C4248-14B
C4556
C4550
C4265A
C4265B
PARALLEL ARM TRACK ASSY 14T-CL
PARALLEL ARM TRACK ASSY 14T BZ
PARALLEL ARM 14T CL
PARALLEL ARM 14T BZ
DELRIN SLIDE BLOCK ASSY.
TOP TRACK & SLIDE BLOCK ASSY
TRACK ASSY CL
TRACK ASSY BZ
DOOR CONTROLS USA, INC.
800-437-3667
doorcontrolsUSA.com
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