Untitled - Custom Door Controls

This module will provide instruction on the initial setup of
the
h ZAP Controller
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Once the operator is completely installed, it is time to set up the
controller.
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Secure the case lid of the controller as shown below.
It
to not have
any accessories
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b
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i installed
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i the
h controller
ll at this
hi
point.
Release the Manual Over-Ride lever and move the door to a part
open position,
then
ii
h re-engage the
h lever.
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Press the OPEN button, then press the stop button after a short run.
If the door moves in the open direction then the motor wiring
polarity
l i is
i correct.
If the door moves in the close direction, reverse the two motor wires.
Release the Manual Over-Ride lever and move the door back to the
fully closed position, then reengage the lever.
Press the open button. The door will travel upwards
Notice that the open light has turned on.
Watch this light as the door rises.
When the door reaches the full open position the open light should
turn off
ff immediately.
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di l
Press the Close button. The door will travel down.
Notice that the close light has turned on.
Watch this light as the door closes.
When the door reaches the fully closed position the close light should
turn off
ff immediately.
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di l
Initial calibration takes a minimum of three complete cycles of
operation.
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If the door does not fully rise to the open position, adjust the power
clamp
counter-clockwise
the
l
l k i slightly
li h l to increase
i
h power to the
h motor.
Only make small incremental adjustments.
You should never have to increase power beyond the 9:00 o’clock
position.
If you do
is
that
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d there
h
i another
h problem
bl
h needs
d addressed.
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These problems could be:
Door is too heavy and needs to have the springs properly adjusted.
adjusted
Binding of the door in the vertical or horizontal tracks.
Binding of the door in the radius.
Binding of the springs.
springs
Improperly sized operator.
If the door does not fully reach the closed position, adjust the
sensitivity
counter-clockwise
the
i i i potentiometer
i
l k i slightly
li h l to decrease
d
h
amount of sensitivity applied to the motor.
Again only make small incremental adjustments.
You should never have to decrease sensitivity beyond the 9:00 o’clock
position.
If you do
is
that
ii
d there
h
i another
h problem
bl
h needs
d addressed.
dd
d
These problems could be:
Door springs are wound up to much and need to properly adjusted.
adjusted
Binding of the door in the lower vertical tracks, door jambs or weather
seal. Top section possibly too close to header, especially if using
commercial top seal.
seal
Improperly sized operator.
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