Installation Manual - ACDC Motorized Solutions

IMPORTANT REMARKS
IMPORTANT REMARKS
IMPORTANT REMARKS
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH READ THE FOLLOWING REMARKS
CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE INSTALLATION. PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
ALL THE PARAGRAPHS MARKED WITH THE SYMBOL
. NOT READING THESE IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS COULD COMPROMISE THE CORRECT WORKING ORDER OF THE SYSTEM.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CHAIN GUIDE
• These instructions are aimed at professionally qualified "INSTALLERS OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT" and must respect the local
standards and regulations in force. All materials used must be
approved and must suit the environment in which the installation
is situated.
320/GL124S35 Chain guide 3,5 m.
320/GL124S45 Chain guide 4,5 m.
320/GL124S60 Chain guide 6 m.
• Chain guide in extruded aluminium.
• All maintenance operations must be carried out by professionally
qualified technicians. Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operations make sure the power is disconnected at the mains
and the battery is disconnected.
• Chain drive head in nylon fibre.
• Drive pinion in stainless steel.
• Transmission with chain tightener.
• Attention! before moving dip "10" from the "OFF" position read
the paragraph "manoeuvring without safety devices" on page
11 carefully.
• The manufacturer accepts no liability for situations arising from
an installation which does not conform to the local standards and
regulations in force.
• Drag carriage in nylon fibre with wheel translation.
• Adjustable ceiling fitting.
USER INSTRUCTIONS
During the opening/closing manoeuvre check for correct operation and
activate the emergency stop button in case of danger. The appliance
must not be activated in the dark therefore make sure that the night
lights function correctly. The appliance can be manually released in
case of emergency (see manual manoeuvre on page 16).
• This appliance must be used exclusively for the purpose for which it
has been made. "i.e. for the automation of fold-up garage doors"
Any non authorised modifications are to be considered improper
and therefore dangerous.
Periodically check the moving parts for wear and tear and grease if
required, using lubricants which maintain their friction levels unaltered
throughout time and are suitable for temperatures of -20° to +70°C.
In case of failure or operational anomalies switch off the power at
the mains and disconnect the battery do not attempt to repair the
appliance yourself.
Use
The automation unit GL124EBSS is suitable for moving fold up garage
doors with the following dimensions:
- maximum height 2,7 m with a 3,0 m long guide
- maximum height 3,2 m with a 3,5 m long guide
- maximum height 4,2 m with a 4,5 m long guide
- maximum height 5,7 m with a 6 m long guide
Periodically check the correct operation of all safety devices (photoelectric cells etc.).
Eventual repair work must be carried out by specialised personnel
using original spare parts. The appliance is not suitable for continuous operation and must be contained within the value stipulated (see
technical data on page 60).
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
It is the responsibility of the installer to make sure that the following
public safety conditions are satisfied:
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Make sure that there are no dangerous sharp edges.
The minimum controls which may be installed are SEQUENTIAL-STOP,
these controls must be installed at a height between 1,5 and 1,8 m
an in a location not accessible to children. Warning sighs or adhesive
should be placed near the commands indicating the points where the
risk of crushing exists.
2) Make sure that the end-user is aware that children and/or pets must
not be allowed to play within the area of a garage door installation.
If possible include this in the warning signs.
3) A correct earth connection is fundamental in order to guarantee
the electrical safety of the machine
4) If you have any questions about the safety of the door operating
system, do not install the operator. Contact your dealer for assistance.
Important: Before starting with the installation of the system check
that the structure which is to be automated is in good working order
and respects the local standards and regulations in force.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE AUTOMATION
311/GL124EBSS Propulsion unit complete with a radio control
receiver, buffer batteries and encoder controlled travel limits.
To this end make sure that the garage door is sufficiently rigid (if
necessary reinforce the structure) and check that the door guide rails
slide freely (we advise you to lubricate all moving parts).
• Motor power supply 24 Vdc.
• The reduction unit stator is made of die cast aluminium and contains a never ending screw and a helicoidal crown wheel made of
thermoplastic, lubricated with permanently fluid grease.
• Electronic programmer with a battery charger and an incorporated
radio receiver.
• Buffer battery NiMH for emergency movement.
• Courtesy light.
• Carter in reinforced fibre ABS fitted with:
- safety closing system for the battery well;
- accessible programming zone;
- removable terminal board cover;
- rubber cable clamp;
- tool for programming and removing the fuses.
• Protective cover and transparent inspection panel in shockproof
polycarbonate.
Check that the minimum distance between the open door and the
ceiling is not less than 60 mm (fig. 2).
60 mm
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Important! The aluminium carriage guide is complete and ready to be fitted rapidly into the
automation.
It is available in different lengths according to the type of installation at hand (the type of door
that needs to be automated).
The carriage guide is based on the principle of chain transmission and is fitted with fine tuning
transmission to enable you to set the exact position (giving the correct tension to the chain).
The chain tightener is normally supplied slightly slack.
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10 - 20 mm
Caution! The chain guide must be positioned between 10 and 20 mm above the upper
edge of the door.
This position will guarantee optimum operation and will ensure that the garage door does
not grate against the chain guide during normal operation (fig. 3).
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Guide preparation and assembly.
• Loosen the chain slightly by rotating the self-tapping nut using a box spanner (fig. 4).
• Mount the drilled guide supports and position them correctly on the sliding pawls fitted on
the guide (fig. 5).
• Position the guide fastening front brackets "H", along with their relative holding plates
(inserted into the rebate in the aluminium guide), using the supplied screws (fig. 6).
• Fasten the release cord to the hooking/unhooking element of the carriage.
• Mark the exact middle of the door width and draw a perpendicular line on the ceiling to make
the installation of the aluminium guide easier (fig. 6).
• The aluminium guide should be fitted perpendicularly to the door (measured with a spirit
level "G") and parallel to the ceiling (fig. 6).
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• Fit the front brackets "H" of the aluminium guide to the upper cross piece of the door casement using M6 screws or self-tapping screws 6,3 x 19 (fig. 6).
• Mark the fastening points for the rear drilled guide supports "I" (and central supports if
present) on the ceiling making sure you refer to the previously drawn perpendicular line. Drill
the holes using a Ø10 mm drill bit for rawlplugs (fig. 6).
• Fix the drilled guide supports perpendicularly to the ceiling using M6 screws. Fasten down
the front guide fastening screws.
• Release the carriage by pulling slightly and slide it along the guide until it reaches the front
near the door.
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Fastening to the fold-up door (fig. 6)
- Fix the guide bracket "M" to the upper part of the door
on the centre line, using 6 self-tapping screws 4,9 x 19
or rivets.
G
- Fit the curved lever "N" to the chain guide bracket "M"
and to the carriage "P", using the supplied pins and
stop rings "Q".
I
H
To use the maximum run of the carriage you may have
to shorten the curved lever "N" (using the adjustment
holes) and move the starting point of the chain guide.
M
O
P
N
Q
S
T2
Manual manoeuvre
The motor reduction unit is irreversible and guarantees
that door is blocked in the closed position. To release
the door (during blackouts) proceed as follows:
• Pull the cord towards the door as shown in figure
7. The motor gears will be freed and the door can be
moved manually.
Attention: Do not use the cord to move the door!
Use the door's own handle at all times.
• To block the gears pull the cord in the opposite
direction as shown in figure 8 and then shut the door.
The release mechanism will rearm automatically.
T1
8
7
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Mounting the propulsion unit to the chain guide.
Note: Before fitting the propulsion guide you are advised to set all
the dip-switches on the electronic control unit (fig. 9).
• Remove the transparent protective cover by unhooking and then
rotating it (fig. 11). Remove the terminal board connection cover
(fig. 12).
• Move the propulsion unit towards the chain guide (line up the
drag shaft with the chain guide head) and then insert it by rotating slightly (fig. 13-14) until the propulsion unit and chain guide
head are correctly joined.
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10
11
12
15
16
• Insert the propulsion unit into the guide and fasten down using
the three supplied lock bolts and washers (fig. 15).
• Fine tune to make sure that the tension of the chain is correct
(fig. 16).
Note: If you need to remove the propulsion unit make sure you
first loosen the chain.
• Wire up the unit using the supplied rubber cable clamps (see
electrical connection).
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
Electronic programmer for a direct current motor with an incorporated
radio receiver card, which allows the memorisation of 300 user codes
(see "Remote Control" on page 21).
• Before connecting the appliance make sure that the
voltage and frequency rated on the data plate conform to
those of the mains supply.
The "rolling code" type decoder uses 433,92 MHz series transmitters. The travel speed is electronically controlled, starting slowly and
increasing in speed; the speed is reduced as it nears the travel limit
so as to enable a controlled smooth stop.
• An all pole trip switch with at least 3 mm between the
contacts must be installed between the unit and the mains
supply.
• Don't use cables with aluminium conductors; don't
solder the ends of cables which are to be inserted into the
binding posts; use cables marked T min 85°C and resistant
to atmospheric agents.
Programming is carried out using one button and allows you to set
the current sensor and the overall travel distance for the door. The
logic carries out encoder controlled positioning.
• The terminal wires must be positioned in such a way that
both the wire and the insulating sheath are tightly fastened
(a plastic jubilee clip is sufficient).
The intervention of the anticrush/antidrag sensor causes a brief travel
direction inversion (8 cm) and then blocks the door.
• After having installed the device, and before powering up
the programmer, release the carriage (manual manoeuvring)
and move it manually, checking that it moves smoothly and has
no unusual points of resistance.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION 230 Vac
• Connect the control and security device wires.
• Run the 230 Vac mains power
supply through the trip switch "TS"
and the through the cable clamp
"PS" to the terminal board:
• The controlled load output (binding post 9) is aimed at reducing
battery power consumption during blackouts; photocells and
other safety devices should be connected to this output.
- connect the neutral to post
- connect the earth to post
- connect the live to post
• When a command is received, via radio or via wire, the electronic programmer routes voltage to the CTRL 30 Vdc output.
It then evaluates the state of the safety devices and if they are
at rest it will activate the motor.
L
230Vac
N
TS
PS
N
P1
L
8
7
BSP
6
5
4
3
L N
230Vac
2
1
TRANSF
230Vac
• Connecting devices to the controlled output contact also allows
you to carry out the autotest function (enabled using DIP 8) and
check that the safety devices are functioning correctly.
Attention! make sure that the contact "P1" (BSP) has
been connected to a normally closed contact (Vmax =
30 Vdc, Imax = 3A); otherwise the binding posts "7-8"
must be bridged.
• The presence of the electrical current sensor does not dispense
with the obligation to install photoelectric cells and other safety
devices foreseen by the safety standards in force.
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TERMINAL BOARD CONNECTIONS
1-2 230 Vac output for the toroidal transformer
3-4 Programmer power supply 230 Vac
5-6 Programmer earth connection
7-8 BSP Passive safety input (N.C.) If this contact is open the power supply to
the controls will be interrupted. Insert a normally closed contact which is
able to support a load of 30 Vdc 3A. This safety device should be installed
in addition to the normal active safety devices (Caution! This input cannot
be connected in series with the FTCI and FTCS as they do not share the
same common). It could also be wired in series to an emergency device
in line with the local standards in force.
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Controlled output, powering external loads 30 Vdc(1)
10 CMN common for all inputs and outputs
11 Output, powering permanent external loads 30 Vdc(1)
12 LP 24 Vdc 25 W output for warning lights, intermittent activation (50%),
12,5 W continuous activation
13 CMN common for all inputs and outputs
14 LS indicator light output 30 Vdc, 3 W
15 TAI (NO contact) internal opening button input
16 CMN common for all inputs and outputs
17 TAE (NO contact ) input:
- with enabled traffic light signals: external opening button;
- with disabled traffic light signals: limited opening button
(opens the door for about 2,5 m)
18 TD (NO contact) sequential command button input
19 CMN common for all inputs and outputs
20 TC (NO contact) closing button input
21 TB (NC contact) stop button input (The opening of this contact interrupts
the cycle until a new movement command is given)
22 CMN common for all inputs and outputs
23 FTCI (NC contact) Safety and control devices in input (photocells invert
the travel direction when an obstruction is detected). Opening this contact
will provoke a travel direction inversion during closure due to the cutting
in of the safety device.
24 FTCS (contact NC) Safety and control devices in input. (stop photoelectric cells). The opening of this contact will block all movement, until the
obstruction has been removed and the pause time has elapsed, due to
the safety device cutting in, the door will then continue moving in the
closing direction (only with automatic reclosing enabled).
CSP (contact NC) Safety buffer input (only with dip 7 "ON". Opening this
contact will provoke a travel direction inversion of 8 cm and a pause of
3 minutes, after which the motor will continue moving in the original
direction after a 10 second preflashing period has elapsed.
25 CMN common for all inputs and outputs
CSPA analogical safety edge input 8.2 k7
CMN common for the emergency buttons
EMRG 1 (NO contact) emergency manoeuvre input 1
EMRG 2 (NO contact) emergency manoeuvre input 2
Outer conductor for radio receiver antenna.
Inner conductor for radio receiver antenna (if an external antenna
is fitted use a coaxial type cable RG58 with an impedance of 507).
32-33 LC Courtesy light output 24 Vdc 15 W.
Note(1) The total of the 2 external device outputs must not exceed 10W.
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27
28
29
30
31
ALL UNUSED NC CONTACTS MUST BE BRIDGED and consequently the
security device test must also be deactivated (TFTC – DIP 8). If you want
to activate the FTCI test both the transmission and receiver parts of the
photocell must be connected to the binding post marked “CTRL 30 Vdc”.
If the test is active there will be a 1 second delay between the command
transmission and movement of the door.
Switch on the power and make sure that the indicator LEDS are in the following condition (if the display is off press the "PROG" button to display
the status of the security devices:
- L1 Wrong battery connection
OFF (2)
- L2 Power on
ON
- L3 Battery charging
OFF (3)
- L3 Transmitter code programming
OFF
ON (4)
- L5 Blocking button "TB"
- L6 Inverting photoelectric cells "FTCI"
ON (4)
- L7 Stop photoelectric cells "FTCS" or the safety edge "CSP"
ON (4)
- L8 Safety edge "CSPA" 8.2 K7
ON (4)
- L9 "CSPF" from the optional "SCL" card
ON (4)
- L10 Internal opening button "TAI"
OFF
OFF
- L11 Closing button "TC"
OFF
- L12 External opening button "TAE"
- L13 Dynamic button "TD/CH1"
OFF
Note (2): If this LED is "on" disconnect the battery immediately and contact
the after sales service.
Note (3): This LED is "on" when the battery is under charge.
Note (4): The leds are lit if the relative safety devices are not activated. Check
that the activation of the safety devices switch the corresponding LEDS off.
If the power on LED "L2" doesn't light up check the condition of the fuses and
the power cable connection at binding posts 3,4.
If one or more of the safety LEDS do not light up check the contacts of the
relative security devices and check that the unused safety device contacts have
been bridged.
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27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
CMN
FTCS
FTCI
CMN
TB
TC
CMN
TD
TAE
CMN
TAI
LS
CMN
LP
30Vdc
CMN
CTRL 30Vdc
EMRG 1
B1
29 28
CSPA
30
CMN
31
EMRG 2
J2
P1
R1
P2
L4
M1
L5
L8 L10
L12
L7
L9
L13
3
2
1
TRANSF
230V
J6
J7
M1
P1
P2
P3
R1
DC0401 CS 1202.01
Signal buzzer “via radio” mode
Motor Faston connection
Six-segment LED display
Selection dip-switch
4A blade fuse (5) (24V circuit protection during battery operation)
15A blade fuse (5) (motor protection during battery operation)
4A blade fuse (5) (24V transformer power supply protection)
15A blade fuse (5) (motor power protection from transformer)
Encoder connection
CN1
J6
-
B1
CN1
D1
DS1
F1
F2
F3
F4
J3
J5
F1
J4
4
L N
230 Vac
D1
F2
UPM
R.MEM
TFTC
FTCS
FTCI
DIR
LP
PLP
RA
32 33
L1
F3
DS1
L3
L2
LC
5
+
L11
F4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
TD
UPM ENABLE
ENCODER
J7
ON
6
DEL
L6
J3
7
BSP
P3
MEMO
PROG
8
Optional command card connection "SCL"
Bridge "UPM ENABLE"
Transmitter code memory module
Programming button (PROG)
Transmitter code memorization button (MEMO)
Transmitter code cancellation button (DEL)
Radio frequency module, 433 MHz for S449 transmitters
Note (5): These are automotive type blade fuses (max. voltage 58 V)
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PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE (Setting the programmer and the current sensor)
• The installation of both the opening and closing stop buffers is absolutely obligatory.
• Make sure that the safety devices are at rest and the programmer is receiving mains power otherwise you will not be able to enter programming.
• Make sure that the chain is attached to the carriage before starting programming
Setting the storing codes via radio function (DIP 9)
Dip 9 "ON" = Storing codes via radio enabled
Dip 9 "OFF" = Storing codes via radio disabled
ATTENTION! If you change the dip settings during normal operation
you will have to memorise them. When the display is off press the
"PROG" button once. The symbol "diP" will appear on the display
confirming correct memorisation.
ON
ON
Sequential command TD/CH1 (DIP 1)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dip 1 "ON" = Sequential command "open-close"
Travel direction inversion only during closing.
Dip 1 "OFF" = Sequential command "open-block-close-block"
Note: the command can be limited just to the opening function by programming
the work time with DIP1=DIP2=ON.
To remove this particular function reprogram the system with either DIP 1 or DIP
2 in the "OFF" position
Pre-flashing (DIP 3)
Dip 3 "ON" = Pre-flashing activated
Dip 3 "OFF" = Pre-flashing excluded
Warning light output (DIP 4)
Dip 4 "ON" = Warning light output intermittent
Dip 4 "OFF" = Warning light output fixed
Motor movement direction (DIP 5)
Dip 5 "ON" = Inverted movement*
Dip 5 "OFF" = Standard movement
* Used for sliding garage doors.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Forced manual manoeuvre function (DIP 10)
Dip 10 "ON" = If the UPM enable bridge "J7" has been 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
cut, the manual manoeuvring mode without safety devices FTCI, FTCS, CSPA,
CSPF is enabled.
Dip 10 "OFF" = Resets the normal operating mode (active safety devices)
Dip-switch settings DS1
Automatic reclosing (DIP 2)
Dip 2 "ON" = Automatic reclosing enabled
Dip 2 "OFF" = Automatic reclosing disabled
ON
• Attention! before moving dip "10" from the "OFF" position read the paragraph "manoeuvring without safety devices" on page 22 carefully.
1...4... sec.
PRESS THE PROG BUTTON FOR MORE
THAN 4 SECONDS: THE "PAUSE" SYMBOL
WILL APPEAR INDICATING THAT YOU ARE
IN THE PAUSE PROGRAMMING MODE
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
ON
PRESS PROG
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
THE PAUSE TIME COUNT
WILL START (MIN. 2
SECONDS: MAX 120
SECONDS) INDICATED BY
THE "PAUSE" SYMBOL
FLASHING ON THE DISPLAY
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
PRESS PROG
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
ON
THE PAUSE TIME COUNT
ENDS AND THE DOOR
CLOSES SLOWLY IN ORDER
TO FIND THE COMPLETELY
CLOSED POSITION.
WHEN THE DOOR REACHES THE COMPLETELY CLOSED POSITION IT INVERTS THE TRAVEL
DIRECTION AND AFTER MOVING FOR A FEW CENTIMETRES IT WILL CLOSE AGAIN TO
CONFIRM THE COMPLETELY CLOSED POSITION. AT THIS POINT THE DOOR MOVES SLOWLY IN
THE OPENING DIRECTION. WHEN IT IS COMPLETELY OPEN IT INVERTS ITS TRAVEL DIRECTION
FOR A FEW CENTIMETRES AND THEN STARTS OPENING AGAIN SO AS TO ESTABLISH THE
COMPLETELY OPEN POSITION. NEXT, THE DOOR WILL COMPLETELY CLOSE AND THEN
CARRY OUT A COMPLETE OPENING AND CLOSING CYCLE DURING WHICH THE CURRENT
SENSOR IS CALIBRATED.
FTCI mode (DIP 6)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dip 6 "ON" = FTCI also active during block
If the photocell is in alarm and the door is blocked no movement commands
will be accepted (not even an opening command).
Dip 6 "OFF" = FTCI only active during closing
In both cases activating the FTCI security device during closing will force travel
direction inversion.
ON
FTCS input management (DIP 7)
Dip 7 "ON" = Safety edge management (CSP)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dip 7 "OFF" = Stop photocell management
Set the dip according to the safety device you have connected to the FTCS
input to enable correct operation. If this input is not used it must be bridged
and the dip must be moved to "OFF".
THE OPERATION HAS NOT
SUCCEEDED. YOU WILL HAVE
TO REPEAT THE
PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE.
ON
Photocell test (DIP 8)
Dip 8 "ON" = Photocell test enabled**
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dip 8 "OFF" = Photocell test disabled
If you enable the safety device test you will have to connect both the transmitter as
well as the reception part to the controlled load binding post (CTRL 30 Vdc).
When the test is active there will be a one-second time lapse between the
reception of the command and its execution.
** If the FTCS input has been set to the safety edge function it will not undergo
the test. If it is set to the stop photocell function it will be tested at the same
time as the inverting photocells.
WHEN THE DOOR REACHES THE
COMPLETELY CLOSED POSITION THE
PROGRAMMER SAVES THE PARAMETERS
AND QUITS THE PROGRAMMING MODE
CURRENT SENSOR
The programmer checks the electrical input to the motor, detecting any eventual increase in effort above the normal operating limits and intervenes as an
additional safety device. When the sensor intervenes the door will automatically
invert for 8 cm, both in the closing as well as the opening direction, to free
the obstacle it will then stop for 3 minutes and then continue moving in the
original direction after a 10 second preflashing period has elapsed.
REPOSITIONING
It is carried out after a programmer reset or an encoder error because position
symbol will
control will be lost. No external signal will be given but the
flash on the display.
To carry out repositioning you may send a (TA, TC or TD) command to the programmer and this will move the door, slowly, to the completely closed position (2 times
as in the programming procedure) in order to recover the correct position.
At this point the programmer will function normally.
No commands will be accepted during repositioning but the security devices
will cut in and block all movement if they go into alarm.
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DISPLAY MODE
Using the PROG button you can access the following functions in
sequence:
- memorising the status of the dip-switches;
- display the status of the command and safety devices;
- display the number of manoeuvres;
- access the "test" mode;
- setting the current sensor sensitivity level;
-
enabling the traffic light functions (SCL card);
enabling the special safety edge (SCL card);
enabling the analogical safety edge 8.2 k7;
enabling closing in the manual mode.
If you are unable to modify a setting it means that another
function with greater priority is impeding it.
The status of the security devices TB, FTCI,
FTCS/CSP is always shown on the display.
PRESS
PROG
In the "test" mode (only activated when
the motor has stopped) it is possible to
check the status of the command and
safety devices and carry out eventual
maintenance. The warning lights will
activate once, each time a
“TA-TC-TD-TB-FTCI-FTCS” command is
received. To return to the normal
operating mode press the “prog” button
again “test” will appear, then wait for 10
seconds.
Memorising the DIP-SWITCH settings and
displaying the firmware version (e.g. “_10”)
The segments regarding the command status
(LED “ON” = command active) and safety
status (LED “ON” = safety device at rest) light
up.
The number of manoeuvres appears on the
display. This number always remains visible
until you change the setting. Once 999999
has been exceeded the lighting up of the
decimal point on the display equals 1 million
+ the six figure number.
10 sec
PRESS
PROG
PRESS
PROG
PRESS
PROG
PRESS
PROG
PRESS
PROG
10 sec
Setting the current sensor.
1 = motor consumption + 0,9 amp
2 = motor consumption + 1,5 amps
3 = motor consumption + 2,2 amps
When the ("TA-TC-TD-TB-FTCIFTCS") inputs are activated the
warning and lights will light up.
PRESS PROG
Each time "PROG" is pressed
the number will increase (from
1 to 3).
10 sec
10 sec
Traffic light signals
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
PRESS
PROG
PRESS PROG
Each time "PROG" is pressed
the number will alternate
(between 0 and 1).
10 sec
10 seconds after the last
modification you will be
automatically moved out of
the mode and the selected
values will be saved (eg. 1)
10 sec
10 seconds after the last
modification you will be
automatically moved out of
the mode and the selected
values will be saved (eg. 1)
10 sec
10 seconds after the last
modification you will be
automatically moved out of
the mode and the selected
values will be saved (eg. 1)
PRESS PROG
Each time "PROG" is pressed
the number will alternate
(between 0 and 1).
10 sec
Analogical safety edge 8.2 kOhm.
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
PRESS
PROG
10 seconds after the last
modification you will be
automatically moved out of
the mode and the selected
values will be saved (eg. 3)
10 sec
Special safety edge (SCL card).
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
PRESS
PROG
10 sec
PRESS PROG
Each time "PROG" is pressed
the number will alternate
(between 0 and 1).
10 sec
Manual mode closing enabled.
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
PRESS PROG
Each time "PROG" is pressed
the number will alternate
(between 0 and 1).
10 sec
10 sec
20
10 seconds after the last
modification you will be
automatically moved out of
the mode and the selected
values will be saved (eg. 1)
Note: When the memory is almost full the time required to search for
a user code could take up to 1 second from when the command was
received. If led "L4" remains lit memory is completely full. To memorise
a new transmitter you will first have to cancel a code from memory.
REMOTE CONTROL (fig. 1 page 3)
The system can be remotely activated using radio control devices.
Each channel can be set to a maximum of 2 functions:
- function 1: sequential command "TD"
- function 2: blocking button "TB"
To set one of the functions to the channels A-B-C-D use the selection jumpers "J2"
- in position "A" you can select function 1, TD;
- in position "B" you can select function 2, TB .
The sequential command can be set (dip "1") to work as "open-blockclose-block" or "open-close".
Memorising ulterior channels via radio
• Memorisation can be activated by radio (without opening the receiver
container) only if DIP 9 is in position ON.
1. Make sure that DIP 9 is in position ON.
2. Using a transmitter, in which at least one
channel button "A, B, C or D" has already
been memorised in the receiver, press
the button in the transmitter as shown in
figure.
MR
Memory module (M1)
This is extractable, furnished with a non volatile EEPROM type
memory and contains the transmitter codes and allows you to memorise up to 300 codes.
The programmed codes are maintained in this module even during
blackouts.
Note: all the receivers within range when the channel button is pressed
(and which have at least one of the transmitter channel buttons memorised) will activate their signal buzzer "B1" (fig. 1).
3. Press one of the channel buttons on the same transmitter. The
receivers which do not contain that channel code will sound a fivesecond long "beep" and will then deactivate. The receivers which
contain the channel code will sound a one-second long "beep" and
will enter the "programming via radio" mode.
4. Press the previously chosen channel buttons on the transmitter
which you wish to memorise; the receiver will sound 2 "beeps" of
half a second each after which the receiver will be ready to receive
another code.
5. To leave the programming mode wait for 3 seconds without pressing any buttons. The receiver will sound a five-second long "beep"
and will then exit the programming mode.
Note: Before memorising the transmitters for the first time remember
to cancel the entire memory content.
If the electronic card has to be replaced due to failure, the module can
be extracted from it and inserted into the new card. Make sure that
the module is correctly inserted as shown in fig. 1.
Signal LEDs "L4" (fig. 1):
Flashing quickly:
cancels a single code
Flashing slowly:
memorises a single code
Permanently lit:
memory full.
TRANSMITTER CODE MANAGEMENT
Note: When the memory is entirely occupied the buzzer will sound
10 rapid "beeps" and will automatically leave the "programming via
radio" mode.
Led "L4" will remain lit on the receiver.
The same signal is given each time you try to enter "programming
via radio" when the memory is full.
Memorising a channel (fig. 1)
1. Press and hold down button "P2" MEMO: The LED "L4" will flash
slowly.
2. At the same time activate the transmitter which is to be memorised.
3. Hold down button "P2" MEMO until LED "L4" starts to flash
again.
4. Release the button "P2" MEMO: The LED will continue to flash.
5. Activate the transmitter again (same transmitter, same channel; if the
channel is different or it is a different transmitter the memorisation
attempt will abort without success).
6. End of memorisation: the LED "L4" will remain lit for 2 seconds,
indicating that the transmitter has been correctly memorised.
Note: It is not possible to memorise a code which is already in memory:
if you attempt this, the LED will switch off when you activate the
transmitter (point 2).
Only after releasing the button "P2" MEMO will you be able to continue
the memorising procedure.
If after activating the transmitter for the first time you wait for more
than fifteen seconds without activating the transmitter a second time
the memorisation attempt will abort without success.
CONNECTING THE ANTENNA
Connect an ANS400 tuned antenna using a coaxial cable RG58
(impedance 507) with a maximum length of 15 m.
FUNCTION MODES
1) Automatic
This is selected by enabling automatic reclosing (dip “2” in position
“ON”). Starting from the completely closed position the sequential
command starts a complete function cycle that terminates with
automatic reclosing.
Automatic reclosing starts after the programmed pause period has
elapsed when the opening cycle has been completed or straight
away after the intervention of a photoelectric cell (the intervention of
a photoelectric cell causes the pause time to be reset).
During the pause time the symbol
will flash on the display and
pressing the blocking button during this period will stop automatic
reclosing and consequently stop the display from flashing.
Cancelling a channel (fig. 1)
1. Press and hold down the button "P3" DEL: the LED "L4" will flash
quickly.
2. Activate the transmitter channel which is to be cancelled.
3. The LED will remain lit for 2 seconds indicating that the transmitter
has been cancelled.
2) Semiautomatic
Selected by deactivating automatic reclosing (dip "2" in position
"OFF"). Work cycle control using separate opening and closing commands.
When the door has reached the completely open position the system
will wait until it receives a closing command either via an external
control button or via radio control, before completing the cycle.
Note: If the user that you wish to cancel is not in memory, the LED
will stop flashing; only after releasing the button "P3" will you be able
to continue the cancellation procedure.
For both the memorisation and cancellation procedures, if the button is
released before activating the transmitter the procedure will abort.
Note: the integrated courtesy light switches on each time a movement
command is given; switching off occurs when the motor stops:
- after 60 seconds (with mains power supply);
- after 15 seconds (with battery powered operation).
The indicator lamp flashes slowly during opening and quickly during
closing; it remains lit when the door is not completely closed.
Cancelling all user codes from memory (fig. 1)
1. Keep both buttons pressed down ("P2+P3") for more than four
seconds.
2. LED "L4" will remain lit during the entire cancellation time (about 8
seconds).
3. LED "L4" switches off when the cancellation procedure has terminated.
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3) Emergency manoeuvre
If the electronic programmer no longer responds to commands
due to a malfunction you may use the EMRG1 or EMRG2 inputs
to move the door manually. The EMRG1 or EMRG2 inputs directly
command the motors without passing through the logic control.
The door is moved slowly.
- EMRG1: open (closes if dip 5 = "ON")
- EMRG2: close (opens if dip 5 = "ON")
MANUAL MANOEUVRE WITHOUT SAFETY DEVICES
It is possible to activate a function mode that will ignore the external safety
devices FTCI, FTCS, CSPF, CSPA (but not TB or the current sensor).
To enable this function you must install the opening (TAI) and
closing (TC) commands near the door so that you can visually
control the movement of the system.
Cutting the “UPM ENABLE” contact (see fig. 18) on the mother
board means that you assume all responsibility for the incorrect
use of the system without safety devices enabled.
Attention! During the emergency manoeuvre all safety
devices are disabled and there is no door positioning control: release the commands before you are at the mechanical
travel buffer. Only use the emergency manoeuvre in cases
of extreme necessity.
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After you have carried out an emergency manoeuvre the electronic
on the display)
programmer will lose the position of the door (
and therefore when normal operation is restored you will have to carry
out a repositioning manoeuvre (see page 19).
TRAFFIC LIGHT SIGNALS
The traffic light signals are controlled by the optional card "SCL", which
supplies 4 potential free contacts to manage the red and green lights (two
internal and two external).
Enabling traffic light signals will have the following effect on the electronic
programmer:
- the sequential command TD / via radio is ignored completely;
- automatic reclosing and pre-flashing are always enabled despite the
user settings made on the dip-switch;
- pre-flashing, which is normally set to 2 seconds, is increased to 4 seconds when the starting point is either the completely open or completely
closed position;
- it is only possible to give an opening command (TAI from the inside,
TAE from the outside) when the red light is off or flashing in the direction you are interested in (entering or exiting);
If you give another TA command from the direction in which the green
light is lit (during the pause for automatic reclosing) the pause time will
be repeated; commands can only be given from the other direction
when reclosing has started.
- the door cannot be permanently blocked apart from when the current
sensor or safety edge intervenes or the TB blocking button has been
pressed.
Before enabling the mode carry out the following:
- program the travel distance in the usual way (with the safety devices
FTCI and FTCS bridged with the common contact for all inputs and
outputs);
- cut the contact "J7" (UPM ENABLE, fig. 17);
- move DIP10 to the “ON” position;
- press the PROG button to read the Dip-switch settings (“dIP”).
NOTE: you can return to the automatic function by setting DIP10 to the
"OFF" position (remember however to reinstall the missing safety devices).
Returning to the standard mode will force a repositioning manoeuvre.
The manual manoeuvring mode requires you to continuously activate
the contacts (TAI or TC) for 5 seconds, after which the motors will move
even if the above mentioned safety devices are in alarm (not present or
bridged).
The motor will block: 1) when the button is released; 2) when TAI and TC
are activated simultaneously; 3) when the current sensor is activated; 4)
when the TB button is pressed.
The current sensor only has a temporary effect because movement will
start again after 3 minutes has elapsed in order to guarantee complete
closing. After the TB button has intervened an external command will
be required to move the door again;
PARTICULAR DETAILS
• The controlled load output (binding post 9) never gives voltage in
output.
• The courtesy light activates together with the motor and remains active
for 60 seconds after the motor has stopped moving.
• The current sensor guarantees the blocking of the door when faced with
an obstacle but doesn't respect the standards of force limitation.
• Encoder and direction errors are managed in a less stringent way giving
you more freedom of movement.
• Rapid travel direction inversion following the intervention of the current
sensor is set to 8 cm (measured from the runner guide) or a maximum
of 5 seconds. Attention! The amount of movement depends on the
position of the door with respect to the fixed structure and the type
of panels used (sectional doors): in this case it only has the scope of
freeing the door from the pressure applied (by the object blocking the
movement) to the panels.
• If a command device has stuck you will have to release all commands
before trying to move the door otherwise non of the commands will be
considered (this avoids accidental activation).
• If the EEPROM cannot be read the indication “Pro” will appear on the
display indicating an anomalous situation.
It may be possible to resolve this situation by simply resetting the
electronic programmer. If this doesn't work you will have to program
the travel distances again.
If traffic light signals are not required set parameter “Eout 0”
to zero: after 5 seconds the contacts R_I and R_E on the SCL
card will close indicating that they have been excluded.
If you are using traffic light signals but the SCL is malfunctioning, the electronic programmer controlling the motors will
continue to function without indicating the problem and will not
be limited in its functions.
MANUAL MODE CLOSING MANOEUVRE
If you set parameter UPch 1 (page 20) the closing manoeuvre will be
activated by a continuous TC command and will only stop when the
button is released.
Automatic reclosing is completely excluded and the sequential command
TD / via radio will only work in the opening direction. The FTCS input
works as a blocking device.
Activating the traffic light management functions will reactivate completely
automatic operation (even in the closing direction). The photocells and
the safety edge (if installed) and the current sensor work in the standard
mode. To move straight away in the closing direction release "TC" and
press it again.
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MOVEMENT AND REPOSITIONING COMMANDS
• If after holding the command for 5 seconds the door doesn't move it
means that the position has been lost; in this case activate the command for another 15 seconds (total of 20 seconds) and the door will
start to move.
• To allow correct repositioning, move the door to the completely closed
position and release the command at that point.
When the batteries are completely flat (during blackouts)
the programmer will lose the position of the door and
therefore when power returns (after the first command
given) you will have to carry out the repositioning procedure
(see page 19). For this reason you should avoid leaving
the electronic programmer without power for lengthy
periods (more than two days).
BATTERY POWERED OPERATION
• You cannot enter the programming mode when running off battery power.
• During blackouts the battery supplies power to both the logic
and the motor control parts of the programmer. For this reason
during battery powered operation the voltage supplied to the
motor is less than that normally applied and the motor will move
more slowly and will not decelerate as it reaches the travel limits.
This device allows the propulsion unit to work during blackouts.
• The programmer has a built in charger for NiMH 24V batteries that is
managed by a dedicated microcontroller. The control chip adjusts the
voltage according to the condition of the batteries.
To avoid the risk of overheating only use batteries supplied
by the manufacturer SPN 999506.
If the batteries present signs of damage they must be
replaced immediately.
The batteries must only be installed/removed by qualified
personnel. Used batteries must not be thrown into domestic rubbish bins and they must be disposed of according
to the local standards and regulations in force.
Signal LEDs (fig. 1)
L1: lit when the battery is not properly connected during blackouts.
L3: indicates the function mode as follows:
Off: missing batteries or the electronic programmer is running off
battery power (during a blackout)
During the first 20 seconds of operation from the start up of the
electronic programmer the battery charger is blocked and will not
supply any function indications;
Brief flashing: voltage variation has been detected at the battery
charger binding posts (e.g. when the batteries are being connected or removed);
Single flashes: this repeats every 2 seconds indicating that the
batteries are being topped up to maintain their level;
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Remains lit: the batteries are charging. The charge time depends
on a number of factors and can last from 8 to a maximum of 12
hours. If you use the motors during this period the charge time
will increase.
• To indicate that the programmer is working off battery power when
flowing around the
the door is completely closed a hyphen
perimeter of the display will appear.
flowing around the
If the battery is under charged a hyphen
lower half of the display will appear. When the battery is almost
completely flat the symbol will appear and the programmer will
be blocked.
• The unit returns to normal operation once the power supply brought
back on line. To use the batteries again they must first be allowed
to recharge.
The battery charge time with batteries in good condition can take
up to a maximum of 12 hours.
If the time required is greater you should consider replacing the
batteries. You are however advised to replace the batteries every
three years.
• When the door has stopped the controlled external devices (CTRL
30 Vdc) do not receive power in order to increase the autonomy of
the battery.
When a command is received however (via radio or via cable) the
programmer sends power to the controlled external devices and
checks their security status. It follows therefore that the command
will be carried out (security devices at rest) with a one second delay
to give time to restore the correct operation of the devices.
If after this period a security device is found to be in alarm the
command will not be carried out, power to the external devices
will be cut off and the programmer will return to stand-by.
Battery check
With the door in the completely closed position and the display
switched off:
Check that LED "L3" (battery charging) is off;
Switch off the power at the mains and make sure that the symbol
appears on the display. Give a movement command and measure
the overall voltage for both batteries. The reading should be about
22 Vdc.
MAINTENANCE
To use the 24 month or 100000 manoeuvre guarantee, read
the following notes carefully.
The motor does not normally require particular maintenance; in any
case the 24 month or 100000 manoeuvre guarantee is only valid if
the following controls have been observed and eventual maintenance
has been carried out to the machine "sectional door":
- correct lubrication (greasing) of the moving parts.
Note! If you wish to use an external receiver it must be wired to the
binding posts 10-11 (fig. 1) otherwise a command sent via radio will
not be able to activate the door.
• The self-sufficiency of the system when it is running on battery
power is dependent on the ambient conditions and on the load
connected at binding posts 10-11 (power is always routed there
during blackouts).
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Operational indications
INDICATIONS ON THE DISPLAY (D1, page 18)
Start up display (shown for 2 seconds:)
Pause time programming
"124" = ECU model; firmware version "_10"
Automatic programming under way
Indicates the dip-switch setting
memorisation stage and firmware version
Opening stage
Alarm indications
System not programmed
Block
You have to enter the programming mode to program the system
Pause for automatic reclosing (if activated)
Out of position
During normal operation it indicates that the repositioning procedure
must be carried out (see page 19). In this case any commands received
(TA, TC or TD) will automatically start this procedure.
Closing stage
Current sensor updating
(only during programming)
Memory parameter error
Continue programming the system and if the indication persists reset
the electronic programmer after having disconnected the batteries and
switching off the power at the mains. If the error persists contact the
after sales service persists.
Opening + compensation sensor
Closing + compensation sensor
Block during encoder programming
This happens when an N.C. contact is activated (TB, FTCI, FTCS/CSP)
during encoder programming or repositioning. Once the passive state of
the security devices has been reset the door will start moving again automatically. It also happens if a blackout occurs during programming.
Test mode
Encoder count error
Battery mode with a fully charged battery
This happens when the programmer sends a command to the motor but
movement is not detected. If the motor begins to move it means there
is a problem with the encoder signal. Check the connections and carry
out repositioning. If the motor doesn't move check the connections for
each motor and the condition of the fuses “F2” and “F4” then carry out
repositioning. If the motor still doesn’t work you may have a mechanical
or electronic problem.
Battery mode with an undercharged battery
Block caused by a completely flat battery
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Once the card has been inserted into the connector “J6” on the programmer
the following functions become available:
OPTIONAL INTERFACE SCL
1) traffic light control signals;
2) interface with the special infrared safety edge;
3) controlling the activation of garage lights or air circulation fans.
DC0402 CS1235
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The power supply for the indicator lamps and the "AUX"
contact must be drawn from an external source.
If the card is not present or is not being used leave the “Eout” and “CSPF”
parameters set to the value “0” (page 20).
The traffic light and CSPF safety edge functions are enabled/disabled
separately one from the other.
The settings for the AUX output must be set directly on the SCL card
using the dedicated dip switches.
0V SIGN +12V
ON
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
L1
R_I
G_I
R_E
G_E
AUX
wh
1 2 3
DS1
1
2
gr
Terminal board description
br
1
2
3
4-5
6-7
+12 Vdc power supply output for the special safety edge (max. 60 mA).
Signal input from the special safety edge.
0 Vdc power supply for the special safety edge.
Potential free contact NO powering the fan/garage lights (230 Vac 5A)
Potential free contact NO powering the green external traffic light
signal (230 Vac 5A)
8-9
Potential free contact NO powering the red external traffic light
signal (230 Vac 5A)
10-11 Potential free contact NO powering the green internal traffic light
signal (230 Vac 5A)
12-13 Potential free contact NO powering the red internal traffic light
signal (230 Vac 5A)
SB
RX
TX
Legend
Connection cable Tx-Rx lenses
SB
RX
TX
L1
DS1
wh - white wire
gr - green wire
br - brown wire
-
shunt box
reception sensor
transmission sensor
power supply led
selection dip-switch
Description dip-switch DS1
DIP1
DIP2
DIP3
ON: enables management of the special safety edge
OFF: disables management of the special safety edge (the security
device is always deemed to be at rest)
ON: the AUX contact remains closed until the door is completely shut
OFF: the AUX contact is only activated once (for the time selected
in DIP3) each time the command TAI / TAE activates the door
Only with DIP2=OFF:
ON: activates the AUX output for 30 seconds
OFF: activates the AUX output for 3 seconds
Traffic light signal control
Green and red traffic light signals can be wired to the terminal board
(maximum of 4 lights); the power supply for the lights must be supplied
externally as the terminal board is only fitted with potential free switch
contacts. The function modes with their relative signals are laid out in the
table at the bottom of the page.
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Controlling the safety edge
The safety edge has two sensors (each with a protruding three-wire cable)
fitted into the rubber profile. These wires should be connected in parallel
by joining the wires with the same colour and then connecting them to the
terminal board as follows:
terminal board 1 brown wires (power supply +12 Vdc)
terminal board 2 green wires (signal)
terminal board 3 white wires (power supply 0 Vdc)
The safety edge is recognised by moving DIP1 to the “ON” position.
To economise on battery power during blackouts, power will not be routed
to the safety edge unless the door is moving.
The "safety test" is never carried out for this device.
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Alarm indications
Connecting the optional card "SCL"
No ulterior indications will be given if there is a problem with the optional
SCL card as the display on the programmer will allow you to verify
the status of the individual safety devices.
• Insert the optional card "A" fig 19.
• Pass the card connection wires through the cable clamp "B" and then
through the opening "C" fig 18.
• Wire up and then insert the terminal blocks into the card "A"
STATUS
Door closed
Pre-flashing stage
Movement stage (opening/closing)
Door stopped but not completely closed
Door completely open (TAI command)
Door completely open (TAE command)
Problem with the optional card
Contact R_I
Contact G_I
Contact R_E
Contact G_E
open
intermittent
closed
closed
open
closed
closed
open
open
open
open
closed
open
open
open
intermittent
closed
closed
closed
open
closed
open
open
open
open
open
closed
open
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