rib-kseries-chargeboard

rib-kseries-chargeboard
BATTERIES
CHARGER
BOARD
K400 cod. ACG4667
Isolate the K 24V control unit from the power supply before making connections.
Remove the transparent protective cover by unscrewing the 3 screws that hold it
in place (photos 1-2).
Remove the Jumper from the connector J2 K from the Board K 24V (Fig. 3).
Insert the battery charger board in connectors J2-J3 (Fig. 4-5).
Reposition the transparent cover and secure it with the screws (Fig. 6-7).
Connect the wires to the terminals of the K 24V circuit board, observing the
colours: red for the positive pole (+) and black for the negative pole (-) as shown
in Fig. 8-9.
INSTALLING THE BATTERIES
We recommend you use 2 12V 1.3 Ah batteries (code ACG9511).
Run the jumper between the negative terminal of battery 1 and the positive terminal
of battery 2 for serial connection of the batteries (Fig. 10).
Place the batteries in the appropriate space dedicated to them (Fig. 11).
Connect the positive terminal with the red wire (Fig. 12) and the negative terminal
with the black wire (Fig. 13).
Secure the batteries with the supplied strap and cut the excess to allow closing the
protective cover as shown in Fig. 14-15-16.
VERIFYING OPERATION OF THE CIRCUIT BOARD
Connecting the terminals to the battery cables (respecting the polarities - Fig.
12-13) on the control unit you have to turn on led DL 9 and, if enabled, also the
other leds.
Connect the mains.
As the batteries need about 24 hours to reach full charge, the automatic system
SHOULD NOT be used with the batteries alone until charging has been completed.
BATTERY OPERATION INDICATOR (BLACK-OUT)
On electronic panels K 24V you can connect a 24Vdc indicator light (A+/SIGNAL
TERMINALS) that signals the operation with batteries only (network black-out
condition).
This indicator light flashes when the gate is at a standstill 2 times with pause
for 2 seconds during operation with batteries and flashes continuously when the
batteries are low with 1 signal tone from the buzzer every 5 seconds for 1 minute.
The warning is repeated at each command.
When the batteries are low, any attempt to operate the system will be interrupted
(to safeguard the battery).
When power is restored, it will be sufficient to select any control function to bring
the gate into operation. The batteries will also begin recharging.
ENERGY SAVING WITH BATTERY OPERATION AND/OR SOLAR PANELS
In case of emergency batteries or a system with solar panels plus batteries, with
the gate at a standstill you can switch off the accessories to avoid fast consumption
of the batteries.
To use this function, simply connect the accessories (photocells or other
equipment) between terminals A+TEST and A- on the K 24V.
In case of black-out, the A+TEST output switches off automatically after 10
seconds. At the same time, the accessories connected to it turn off.
At a command prompt, the output A+TEST is re-enabled and after 1 second the
gate opens with the safety devices enabled.
REMOVAL OF THE BATTERIES
N.B.: Disconnect the power supply from the operator before removing the
batteries.
The batteries must be removed from the operator before discarding it. The disposal
of the batteries must be done in an appropriate and safe way. Remove the supply
conductors (see Figure 8-9-10-12-13).
Remove the batteries charger card (see Figure 4-5) and relocate the connector with
card as shown in Figure 3.
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Tel. +39.030.2135811
Fax +39.030.21358279
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