TAP LITE
Universal Small Key-Pad
FUNCTIONALITY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER: 200.1019
The red LED next to the function will illuminate when selected.
TAP Lite is used to select the operational functions of Tucker Auto-Mation SW 10/19 operator and to display their status.
The active LED corresponds to the selected operational function.
(1)
Two-Way Traffic: Select this function only if door is set up for 2-way traffic. For example, a handicap door with a
push button on both sides of door.
(2)
Hold Open: Select this function to power door to the open position and hold position. There is no limit for how long
function may remain enabled.
(3)
One-Way Traffic: Select this function for normal automatic operation for 1-way traffic.
(4)
Reduced Opening: Ask your service provider if this function is employed.
(5)
Night Function: Select this function for an ‘”Exit Only” operation. This is typically used for doors with 2-way traffic
using a push button at both sides. When enabled, only the inside push button will work to allow exit only and the
exterior button will be disabled.
DISASSEMBLE
1. Squeeze tabs together at back side to separate the
housing.
2. Remove PCB by releasing lock tabs and rotating
outward.
LED Row
INSTALL AT DESIRED LOCATION
1. Mount the back plate at the desire
location.
2. Drill a small wire passage hole
where necessary or route the
wires through the slots if possible.
Wire Passage Area
Screw Mount Holes
WIRING
2. Connect the wires to the terminal and snap the circuit board
back into place. Be sure to route the wires behind the TAP
Lite behind the PCB.
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3. Connect the opposite end of the wires to connector J3 ay the
I/control -the connection is polarity sensitive. If connected
improperly the TAP Lite will not work.
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(2) Hold Open
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(3) One-Way Traffic
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(4) Reduced Opening
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(5) Night Function
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(6) Off
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In the event the door experiences a fault and will not operate, the display will flash a series of LED’s every 3 seconds.
Please perform the following:
1. Route a 2-wire or 4-wire cable through the back housing and
up to the SW10 Operator location .
4. When all wiring steps are complete, snap the front cover back
on.
(1) Two-Way Traffic
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Ensure door is unlocked and moves freely.
2.
Press buttons (1) and (6) simultaneously for approximately 5 seconds to launch setup (relearn) of the door control.
3.
Remain clear of the door (Process takes about 40 seconds).
4.
The door will slowly power open automatically, recycle once and close fully. Door will then re-open and close.
Once closed, wait 4 seconds. The door is now reset and ready for use.
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To lock the TAP Lite, simultaneously press buttons (2) & (5) for 5 seconds (Repeat procedure to unlock).
TAP PCB
SW 10/19
J3-CONNECTOR
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920.1006.00
LED FAULT DIAGNOSIS
Description
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
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Comments
Door Travel Too Short
Setup Required
Motor Failure
Door Travel Too Long
Door Is Too Heavy
Tucker Auto-Mation, LLC (hereafter referred to as “Tucker”) recommends that all of its automated pedestrian door
products be installed by a trained automatic door technician and that the resulting performance of the product be in
full compliance with the most current version of the American National Standards Institute document A156.10 or
A156.19 (whichever is applicable) as well as any applicable building codes and/or fire codes. Tucker further recommends that a full inspection of the operating system be performed in accordance with the guidelines of the American
Association of Automatic Door manufacturers (AAADM). This inspection must be performed by a certified AAADM
trained inspector. Tucker recommends this documented inspection be performed upon completion of the installation
as well as, following the completion of every service call thereafter. If service is not performed within one year of the
previous service action, a routine AAADM inspection should be performed and documented. Under no circumstance
should the product operate for more than one year without an AAADM inspection. Tucker does NOT recommend
installation or service, on any of their automated pedestrian door products, by any individual who is not certified as
an AAADM inspector.
Communication Failure
Following the installation or service of any Tucker automated pedestrian door product, if it is deemed unsafe, or is
operating in an unsatisfactory manner according to national performance standards or recommended performance
guidelines as defined by Tucker, repairs should be made immediately. If an immediate repair cannot be made, the
product should be disabled, and appropriate measures should be taken to secure the door in a safe position or to
enable the door to safely be used manually. During this situation, every effort should be made to notify the owner (or
person responsible) of the condition and to advise on corrective actions that must be taken to return the product to
safe operation.
EEPROM Failure
Motor Driver Failure
No Power Supply At Control
Control Board Failure
Emergency Input Active
Setup Not Possible
Forced Opening In Progress
Encoder Failure
Locked In Closed Position
Incorrect Power Supply
Obstruction During Closing
Launch A Setup
Press & hold both buttons for 5 seconds.
Lock/Unlock Button Pad
Press & hold both buttons for 5 seconds.
Reset The Control
Press & hold both buttons for 5 seconds.
Tucker Auto-Mation HEADQUARTERS | 1081 3rd Street, North Versailles, PA
15137 | Tel. 1-855-8 TUCKER (1-855-888-2537) | www.tuckerauto-mation.com
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