DITEC CUBIC6 Installation manual

CUBIC6
IP1812 - rev. 2008-08-25
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DITEC S.p.A.
Via Mons. Banfi, 3 - 21042 Caronno Pertusella (VA) - ITALY
Tel. +39 02 963911 - Fax +39 02 9650314
www.ditec.it - ditec@ditecva.com
Manuale di installazione
e manutenzione per
automazioni per cancelli
a battente.
Installation and
maintenance manual for
automations for swing
gates.
Manuel d’installation et
d’entretien pour portes à
battant.
Montage und
Wartungshandbuch für
automatisierte Drehtore.
Manual para la instalaciòn
y la manutenciòn para
automatización para
cancelas batientes.
Manual de instalação e
manutenção para portões
de balanço.
2
3
5
4x0.5 mm²
7
7
TX - 4x0.5 mm²
RX - 4x0.5 mm²
6
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*
6
1
4
7
7
TX - 4x0.5 mm²
3x1.5 mm²
2x1.5 mm²
RX - 4x0.5 mm²
(*) 3x0,75 mm² + 1x1,5 mm² [CUBIC6]
2x1,5 mm² [CUBIC6H]
Fig. 1
CUBIC6
CUBIC6H
Fig. 2
CUBIC6L
CUBIC6LG
max 110°
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Fig. 3
CUBIC6TC
max 180°
Fig. 4
CUBIC6TI
CUBIC6TIG
max 180°
3
Fig. 5
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GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
- affix the CE mark on the motorised door pursuant to para.
1.7.3 of Schedule I of the Machine Directive.
For more details, refer to the “Guidelines for producing technical
documentation” available on Internet at the following address:
www.ditec.it
This installation manual is intended for professionally competent personnel only. Installation, electrical connections
and adjustments must be performed in accordance with Good
Working Methods and in compliance with applicable regulations.
Before installing the product, carefully read the instructions. Bad
installation could be hazardous.
The packaging materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) should not
be discarded in the environment or left within reach of children,
as these are a potential source of hazard. Before installing the
product, make sure it is in perfect condition.
Do not install the product in an explosive environment and
atmosphere: gas or inflammable fumes are a serious hazard
risk. Before installing the motors, make all structural changes
relating t o safety clearances and protection or segregation of
all areas where there is risk of being crushed, cut or dragged,
and danger areas in general.
Make sure the existing structure is up to standard in terms of
strength and stability. The motor manufacturer is not responsible
for failure to use Good Working Methods in building the frames
to be motorised or for any deformation occurring during use.
The safety devices (photocells, safety edges, emergency stops,
etc.) must be installed taking into account: applicable laws and
directives, Good Working Methods, installation premises, system
operating logic and the forces developed by the motorised door
or gate. The safety devices must protect any areas where the
risk exists of being crushed, cut or gragged, or where there are
any other risks generated by the motorised door or gate. Apply
hazard area notices required by applicable regulations.
Each installation must clearly show the identification details of
the motorised door or gate.
Before making power connections, make sure the plate
details correspond to those of the power mains.Fit an
omnipolar disconnection switch with a contact opening gap of at
least 3 mm. Make sure an adequate residual current circuit breaker and overcurrent cutout are fitted upstream of the electrical
system. When necessary, connect the motorised door or gate
to a reliable earth system made in accordance with applicable
safety regulations. During installation, maintenance and repair,
interrupt the power supply before opening the lid to access the
electrical parts.
To handle electronic parts, wear earthed antistatic conductive bracelets.
The motor manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event
of component parts being fitted that are not compatible with the
safe an correct operation.
For repairs or replacements of products only original spare parts
must be used. The installer shall provide all information relating
to automatic, manual and emergency operation of the motorised
door or gate, and provide the user with operating instructions.
APPLICATIONS
CUBIC6-CUBIC6J-CUBIC6V
Service life: 3 (minimum 10÷5 years of working life with 30÷60
cycles a day)
Applications: FREQUENT (For vehicle or pedestrian accesses
to town houses or small condominiums with frequent use).
CUBIC6H-CUBIC6VH
Service life: 4 (minimum 10÷5 years of working life with 100÷200
cycles a day).
Applications: INTENSIVE (For all special applications with
ongoing use such as toll gates and so on).
- Performance characteristics are to be understood as referring
to the recommended weight (approx. 2/3 of maximum permissible weight). A reduction in performance is to be expected
when the access is made to operate at the maximum permissible weight.
- Service class, running times, and the number of consecutive
cycles are to be taken as merely indicative having been statistically determined under average operating conditions, and are
therefore not necessarily applicable to specific conditions of
use. During given time spans product performance characteristics will be such as not to require any special maintenance.
- The actual performance characteristics of each automatic
access may be affected by independent variables such as
friction, balancing and environmental factors, all of which
may substantially alter the performance characteristics of the
automatic access or curtail its working life or parts thereof
(including the automatic devices themselves). When setting
up, specific local conditions must be duly borne in mind and
the installation adapted accordingly for ensuring maximum
durability and trouble-free operation.
DECLARATION BY THE MANUFACTURER
(Directive 98/37/EC, Annex II, sub B)
Manufacturer: DITEC S.p.A.
Address: via Mons. Banfi, 3
21042 Caronno P.lla (VA) - ITALY
Herewith declares that the electromechanical automatic system
series CUBIC:
- is intended to be incorpored into machinery or to be assembled with other machinery to constitute machinery convered
by Directive 98/37/EC;
- is in conformity with the provisions of the following other EEC
directives:
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC;
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC;
and furthermore declares that it is not allowed to put the machinery
into service until the machinery into which it is to be incorporated
or of which it is to be a component has been found and declared
to be in conformity with the provisions of Directive 98/37/EC and
with national implementing legislation.
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
Pursuant to Machine Directive (98/37/EC) the installer who motorises a door or gate has the same obligations as a machine
manufacturer and shall:
- prepare technical documentation containing the documents
indicated on Schedule V of the Machine Directive;
(The technical documentation shall be kept and placed at the
disposal of competent national authorities for at least ten years
starting on the date of manufacture of the motorised door);
- draw up the EC declaration of conformity according to Schedule II-A of the Machine Directive;
Caronno Pertusella,
03-12-2004
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Fermo Bressanini
(President)
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1.
TECHNICAL DATA
CUBIC6
230 V~ / 50 Hz
1,5 A
340 Nm
10 µF
18 s / 90°
3 - FREQUENT
S2 = 15min
S3 = 25%
-20° C / +55° C
IP67
E2­­
Power supply
Absorption
Torque
Condenser
Opening time
Service class
Intermittence
Temperature
Degree of protection
Control panel
Applications
m = leaf width
kg = leaf weight
CUBIC6L*
CUBIC6LG**
CUBIC6TI*
CUBIC6TIG**
CUBIC6TC
CUBIC6J
120 V~ / 60 Hz
4A
340 Nm
40 µF
18 s / 90°
3 - FREQUENT
S2 = 15min
S3 = 25%
-20° C / +55° C
IP67
E2­­J
600 kg
600 kg
600 kg
500 kg
500 kg
500 kg
400 kg
400 kg
400 kg
300 kg
300 kg
300 kg
200 kg
200 kg
200 kg
100 kg
100 kg
100 kg
2
3
4
5 m
1
2
3
4
5 m
[CUBIC6CG**]
REFERENCE TO ILLUSTRATIONS
1
2
3
4
5 m
3.1 Preliminary checks
Check that the structure is sufficiently sturdy and that the hinge
pivots are properly lubricated. Provide an opening and closing
stop.
Note: if the gate wing is more than 2.5 m wide, an electric lock
should be installed.
The given operating and performance features can only be guaranteed with the use of DITEC accessories and safety devices.
2.1 Standard installation references (fig. 1)
[1] Radio
[2]Flashing light
[3]Key selector
[4] Connect power supply to an type-approved omnipole
switch with a contact opening gap of no less that 3 mm
(not supplied)
[5] Control panel
[6] Geared motor
[7] Photocells
3.2 Foundation case installation
Install the foundation case as indicated in the relevant manual.
3.3 Lever mechanisms installation
Choose and install the lever mechanisms as indicated in the
relevant manual.
3.4 Wing release installation
2.2 Accessories
Choose and install the door release mechanisms as indicated
in the relevant manual.
Attention: to install the releases more easily, we advise you to
position the gate at the centre of the foundation casing and remove the lid, in such a way as to have enough space for fixing
the screws.
Foundation casing
Oversize foundation casing
Stainless steel foundation casing
Gears foundation casing
Lever mechanism kit
Oversize lever mechanism kit
Chain-operated lever mechanism kit
Gear-operated lever mechanism kit
Oversize gear-operated lever mechanism kit
Lever-operated release kit
Key-operated release kit
Magnetic limit switch kit
3. INSTALLATION
Unless otherwise specified, all measurements are expressed
in millimetres (mm).
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CUBIC6HV
24 V=
12 A
220 Nm
6÷13 s / 90°
4 - INTENSIVE
S2 = 30min
S3 = 50%
-20° C / +55° C
IP67
VIVAH
700 kg
1
CUBIC6C
CUBIC6CG
CUBIC6CY
CUBIC6CTI
CUBIC6L
CUBIC6LG
CUBIC6TC
CUBIC6TI
CUBIC6TIG
CUBIC6SBL
CUBIC6SBD CUBIC6FM
CUBIC6V
230 V~ / 50 Hz
1,5 A
220 Nm
10 µF
9 s / 90°
3 - FREQUENT
S2 = 15min
S3 = 25%
-20° C / +55° C
IP67
E2
800 kg
[CUBIC6C-CUBIC6CTI*]
2.
CUBIC6H
24 V=
12 A
340 Nm
12÷25 s / 90°
4 - INTENSIVE
S2 = 30min
S3 = 50%
-20° C / +55° C
IP67
VIVAH
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3.5 Geared motor installation
3.8 Installation with CUBIC6TI-CUBIC6TIG
After installing the foundation casing, the respective lever and
release mechanisms go before the installation of the gear motor
as shown in the figure.
Note: carefully clean the bottom of the foundation casing from
dirt or cement to guarantee an even laying of the gearmotor.
Fix the plate [A], then insert, fix and lubricate the gears [B], [C]
and [D]. Position the sphere [E] as shown in the figure.
D
C
B
A
E
3.6 Installation with CUBIC6L-CUBIC6LG
Insert lever [A] on the gearmotor and position the mechanical
stop [B] and [C] and adjust it, as shown in the figure.
3.9 CUBIC6FM installation
A
It is possible to limit the travel of the wing by means of magnetic
limit switches.
Choose and install the magnetic limit switches as indicated in
the relative manual.
Make the electrical connections as shown in the control panel.
Attention: the magnetic limit switches cannot interrupt the power
supply to the motor.
B
C
3.7 Installation with CUBIC6TC
Insert pinion [A] and join the two pinions by means of the chain
[B], as shown in the figure.
Lubricate the chain and the lever mechanism as indicated in
the figure.
A
B
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4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Attention: the electrical connections for the extension of the motor cables must be made on the outside of the foundation casing
in an appropriate junction box (not supplied).
The CUBIC6 gearmotor can be connected to the E2 and LOGICM control panels. The CUBIC6J gearmotor can be connected to
the E2J and LOGICMJ control panels. The CUBIC6H and CUBIC6VH gearmotors can be connected to the VIVAH control panel.
The electrical connections and the start-up of the gearmotors are shown in the installation manuals of the E2, LOGICM and VIVAH
control panels.
5. MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (every 6 months)
Without 230 V~ power supply and batteries if present:
-
Lubricate the levers of the gearmotor.
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Lubricate the rotation pivot of the gate leaf.
-
Lubricate the gate leaf hinges.
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Check the good conditions of the electric connection.
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Check that the fixing screws of the gearmotor are firmly tightened.
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Clean the inside of the cases and check that drain is not clogged.
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Check the value of the capacity of the motor condenser.
Reconnect the 230 V~ power supply and batteries if present:
-
Check the power adjustment.
-
Check the good operation of all command and safety functions (photocells).
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Check the good operation of the release system.
Attention: For spare parts, see the spares price list.
All right reserved
All data and specifications have been drawn up and checked with the greatest care. The manufacturer cannot however take any
responsibility for eventual errors, ommisions or incomplete data due to technical or illustrative purposes.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR SWING GATES AUTOMATION CUBIC6
RELEASE INSTRUCTIONS
In the event of failure or if there is no voltage:
CUBIC6SBL: insert the lock release lever and rotate by 180°
(fig.1). Release any electric lock. Manually open the gate.
CUBIC6SBD: insert the lock release key in the lock and rotate
by 180° (fig.2). Release any electric lock. Manually open the
gate.
BLOCKING INSTRUCTIONS
CUBIC6SBL-CUBIC6SBD: rotate the lock release lever or key
by 180°. Move the door wing manually until it is completely
reattached.
Attention: carry out the door wing blocking and release with the
motor switched off.
CUBIC6SBL
Fig. 1
CUBIC6SBD
Fig. 2
TEAR OFF AND DELIVER TO USER
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following precautions are an integral and essential part
of the product and must be supplied to the user.
Read them carefully as they contain important indications for
the safe installation, use and maintenace.
These instruction must be kept and forwarded to all possible
future user of the system.
This product must be used only for that which it has been expressely designed.
Any other use is to be considered improper and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for possible damage caused by improper, erroneous or unresonable use.
Avoid operating in the proximity of the hinges or moving mechanical parts.
Do not enter the field of action of the motorised door or gate
while in motion.
Do not obstruct the motion of the motorised door or gate as this
may cause a situation of danger.
Do not lean against or hang on to the barrier when it is moving.
Do not allow children to play or stay within the field of action of
the motorised door or gate.
Keep remote control or any other control devices out of the reach
of children, in order to avoid possible involuntary activation of
the motorised door or gate.
In case of breack down or malfunctioning of the product, disconnect from mains, do not attempt to repair or intervene directly
and contact only qualified personnel.
Failure to comply with the above may create a situation of
danger.
All cleaning, maintenance or repair work must be carried out by
qualified personnel.
In order to guarantee that the system works efficiently and
correctly it is indispensable to comply with the manufacturer’s
indications thus having the periodic maintenance of the motorised door or gate carried out by qualified personnel.
In particular regular checks are recommended in order to verify
that the safety devices are operating correctly. All installation,
maintenance and repair work must be documented and made
available to the user.
ON
OFF
Installer:
DITEC S.p.A.
Via Mons. Banfi, 3
21042 Caronno Pertusella (VA) - ITALY
Tel. +39 02 963911 - Fax +39 02 9650314
www.ditec.it - ditec@ditecva.com