SECTOR Midi Traffic Light Installation Manual

SECTOR Midi Traffic Light Installation Manual
Midi Traffic Light
Installation Manual
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
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CONTENTS
Contents
FAST
TRACK
SAFETY
FIRST
Mechanical Setup
Electrical Setup
Commissioning and Handover
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page 5
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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1.
General Description
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2. Icons Used in this Manual
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3.
Specifications
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3.1. Physical Dimensions
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3.2.
Technical Specifications
page 10
4.
Product Identification
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5.
Required Tools and Equipment
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6.
Site Considerations
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7.
Midi Traffic Light Installation Procedure
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8.
Electrical Setup on a SECTOR Barrier
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8.1. Midi Traffic Light - SECTOR standalone / SECTOR with CLAWS Direct Drive
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8.2.
Midi Traffic Light - SECTOR with CLAWS Independent Drive
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8.3.
Midi Traffic Light - CLAWS Independent Drive
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9.
Settings
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10.
Electrical Setup on Other Traffic Barriers
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11.
24 Month Product Warranty
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12.
Installation Handover
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MECHANICAL SETUP
FAST TRACK Mechanical Setup
These quick steps are for the experienced installer who needs a checklist to get a
standard installation up and running in the minimum of time.
Detailed installation features and functions are referred to later in this manual.
STEP
1
STEP
2
STEP
3
STEP
fast track
4
Gather Required Tools and Equipment
Heed Necessary Site Considerations
Mounting the Midi Traffic Light
Cabling and Wiring
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STEP
5
Midi Traffic Light Configuration
Commissioning & Handover
STEP
6
Carry out a Professional Handover to Client
ELECTRICAL SETUP / cOMMISSIONING & hANDoVER
Electrical Setup
fast track
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
Safety Instructions
ATTENTION
To ensure the safety of people and possessions, it is important that you
read all the following instructions.
Incorrect installation or incorrect use of the product could cause
serious harm to people.
The installer, being either professional or DIY, is the last person
on the site who can ensure that the system is safely installed, and that
the whole system can be operated safely.
Warnings for the Installer
CAREFULLY READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS before beginning to install
the product.
• All installation, repair, and service work to this product must be carried out by a
suitably qualified person
• Secure all easily-accessed controls in order to prevent unauthorised use of the device
• Do not in any way modify the components of the Midi Traffic Light
• Do not install the Midi Traffic Light in an explosive atmosphere: the presence of
flammable gasses or fumes is a serious danger to safety
• Explain these safety instructions to all persons authorised to use the Midi Traffic Light,
and be sure that they understand the hazards associated with the Midi Traffic Light
• Do not leave packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) within reach of children as
such materials are potential sources of danger
• Dispose of all waste products like packing materials, etc., according to local
regulations
• Neither Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd, nor any of its subsidiaries, accepts any liability
caused by improper use of the product, or for use other than that for which the
product was intended
• This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated in this
documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here, could compromise the
service life/operation of the product and/or be a source of danger
SAFETY FIRST
• Anything not expressly specified in these instructions is not permitted
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1. General Description
FIGURE 1
The Midi Traffic Light is an effective access control ancillary solution that enables the user to
visually indicate when it is safe for a vehicle to proceed into or out of an access controlled area.
While the traffic light is most often used in tandem with roadway spikes, it can be interfaced
with virtually any automated system including standalone traffic barriers and even sliding gate
operators.
The two output colour states, namely red and green, are displayed via a collection of superior
quality LEDs that are highly visible both in bright and low-light conditions. The red output will be
displayed whenever the traffic light relay is in the normally-closed state, while the green LEDs
will illuminate when the relay state changes to normally-open.
The wing-shaped brackets supplied with the kit allow the traffic light to be rotated 180° in either
direction.
Two configurations of the Midi Traffic Light are available, namely:
Post Mount
The traffic light is fitted to the post supplied with the kit and the post is in turn fitted to a traffic
barrier.
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Wall Mount
The traffic light is mounted directly to a wall or other supporting structure using the supplied wall
brackets. This configuration will typically be used in applications other than traffic barrier access
control.
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This icon indicates tips and other information that could be useful during the
installation.
This icon denotes variations and other aspects that should be considered during
installation.
This icon indicates warning, caution or attention! Please take special
note of critical aspects that MUST be adhered to in order to prevent
injury.
Icons Used in this Manual
2. Icons Used in this Manual
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specifications
3. Specifications
3.1. Physical Dimensions
301mm
Ø100mm
83mm
151mm
61mm
FIGURE 2. OVERALL DIMENSIONS FOR THE MIDI TRAFFIC LIGHT
3.2. Technical Specifications
Midi Traffic Light
12V - 24V DC
85V - 265V AC, 50Hz
Supply Voltage
Colours
Red
LED Qty
45pcs
SECTION 3
Power Consumption
Green
45pcs
≤ 6W
Lifespan
± 50 000 hours
Housing Material
Aluminium
TABLE 1
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product identification
4. Product Identification
1
2
3
FIGURE 3a. midi traffic light
1. M4 x 8 fixing screw
3. Cable gland
2. Midi Traffic Light
1
4
2
3
5
FIGURE 3B. WALL MOUNT BRACKET
1. Traffic Light bracket
2. Stainless steel hexagon socket button head M6 x 12
3. Stainless steel nut M6 nylock
5. Stainless steel flat washer M6
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4. Wall bracket
product identification
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
10
FIGURE 3C. pedestal MOUNT BRACKET
1. Plastic end plug
7. Grommet (inside Ø7)
2. Stainless steel nut M6
8. M6 fender washer
3. Stainless steel spring washer M6
9. Stainless steel hexagon socket
button head M6 x 16
4. Upright mount post
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5. Panel plug
10.Spring washer
6. Stainless steel hexagon socket
button head M6 x 35
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Screwdrivers
3.5mm flat;
no.1 Phillips
Spirit level
Electric drilling
machine
required tools & equipment
5. Required Tools & Equipment
Extension cord
Drill bits
5mm masonry;
6mm drill bit
Allen key
4mm
Measuring
tape
Side
cutters
Ring spanner
10mm
Marking
pen/chalk
Cable Ties
FIGURE 4. REQUIRED TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
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Site Considerations
6. Site Considerations
General considerations for the installation
• The Midi Traffic Light must be clearly visible to oncoming traffic and nothing must
obstruct the device after it has been installed
• If the installer is to drill holes in a barrier that does not provide pre-drilled holes, they
must ensure that the drilling does not affect the internal electronic assembly
• There must be a minimum distance of 300mm between the top of the barrier housing
and the bottom wall bracket hole
• To prevent shearing of the traffic barrier housing, ensure that big enough washers are
used when securing the post to the housing
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• It is also the responsibility of the installer to adequately seal the mounting holes using
silicone or a similar sealant, in order to prevent the ingress of moisture, dirt and
insects
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Mounting Instructions
Make sure that the mains supply to the barrier has been switched off
Ensure that the battery supply has been isolated by unplugging the
connector on the controller
The steps documented below must be adhered to as closely as possible in order to
successfully complete the installation of the Midi Traffic Light.
It is important to first decide on the most suitable configuration, be it Post Mount or
Wall Mount, for the site and then refer to the appropriate section in this guide.
The SECTOR traffic barrier makes provision for the fitment of the traffic light by means of
two mounting holes on either side of the housing. However, the Midi Traffic Light can
be retro-fitted onto the majority of traffic barriers, refer to the section Post Mount –
Other traffic barriers (including older SECTOR models).
Post Mount - SECTOR
1. Fit the two wall brackets onto
the post using the two M6x35
stainless steel button head
cap screws supplied with the
kit. Secure the cap screws
with the M6 spring washer and
stainless steel nut (also provided)
and tighten using a 10mm ring
spanner. The wall brackets must face each other.
For aesthetic purposes, it
is recommended that the
cap screw is inserted from
the back of the post so that
the head sits unobtrusively
flush with the post.
Post
Mounting
bracket
M6 x 35 Stainless steel cap screw
FIGURE 5
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Post
M6 x 35 Stainless
steel button head screw
Wing-shaped
bracket
FIGURE 6
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2. T
he two wing-shaped traffic
light brackets must now be fixed
to the wall brackets using the
supplied M6x12 stainless steel
button head screws.
For aesthetic purposes,
it is recommended that
the button head screw is
inserted from above for the
top traffic light bracket and
from below for the bottom
bracket.
Midi Traffic Light installation procedure
7. Midi Traffic Light Installation Procedure
Midi Traffic Light installation procedure
3. Fit the Midi Traffic Light
assembly between the wingshaped brackets and secure
using the supplied M4 x 8 fixing
screws.
It is recommended that
the traffic light assembly is
fitted last, being the heavier
of the objects
Mounting Instructions
Midi Traffic Light
M4 x 8 fixing screw
Wing-shaped
bracket
FIGURE 7
4. R
oute the traffic light harness
through the cable entry hole and
down through the post so that it
protrudes from the bottom.
It is recommended that
this step is completed prior
to mounting the post, as
the presence of the M6 cap
screws used for mounting
might make it difficult to
route the cable.
• To facilitate easy routing
of the harness through
the post:
Traffic light
harness
• Remove the cable gland
not being utilised i.e.
the gland opposite the
side on which the traffic
light is fitted
• Using a flat screwdriver,
guide the cable
downwards and
proceed to feed it until
it protrudes from the
bottom of the post
Cable
entry
hole
FIGURE 8
Panel plugs
5. Decide on which side of the
SECTOR the traffic light is to be
mounted, and remove the two
panel plugs as shown in Figure 9.
Pre-drilled
hole
FIGURE 9
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SECTION 7
• Replace the cable gland
Mounting Instructions
Post
Barrier
housing
M6 x 16
Cap
screw
Use the supplied fender
washer, spring washer and
nut in order to secure the
cap screws.
It is recommended that the
nut and washers are fitted
on the inside of the traffic
barrier housing.
FIGURE 10
Post Mount – Other Traffic Barriers
(including older SECTOR models)
1. F
it the two wall brackets onto
the post using the two M6 x 35
stainless steel button head cap
screws supplied with the kit.
Secure the cap screws with the
M6 spring washer and stainless
steel nut (also provided) and
tighten using a 10mm ring
spanner.
For aesthetic purposes, it
is recommended that the
cap screw is inserted from
the back of the post so that
the head sits unobtrusively
flush with the post.
Post
Mounting
bracket
M6 x 35
Cap screw
FIGURE 11
Post
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M6 x 12
Stainless
steel button
head screw
Wing-shaped
bracket
FIGURE 12
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section 6
2. T
he two wing-shaped traffic
light brackets must now be fixed
to the wall brackets using the
supplied M6 x 12 stainless steel
button head screws.
For aesthetic purposes,
it is recommended that
the button head screw is
inserted from above for the
top traffic light bracket and
from below for the bottom
bracket.
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6. Use the two M6 x 16 cap screws
provided with the kit to fasten
the pedestal to the barrier
housing. Ensure that the cap
screws are sufficiently tightened
as failing to do so may result in the structural integrity of the enclosure being compromised.
Midi Traffic Light installation procedure
3. Fit the Midi Traffic Light
assembly between the wingshaped brackets and secure
using the supplied M4 x 8 fixing
screws.
Midi Traffic Light
M4 x 8 fixing screw
It is recommended that
the traffic light assembly is
fitted last, being the heavier
of the objects
Wing-shaped
bracket
4. R
oute the traffic light harness
through the cable entry hole and
down through the post so that
it protrudes from the bottom as
shown in Figure 14.
FIGURE 13
It is recommended that
this step is completed prior
to mounting the post, as
the presence of the M6 cap
screws used for mounting
might make it difficult to
route the cable.
• To facilitate easy routing
of the harness through
the post:
• Remove the cable gland
not being utilised i.e.
the gland opposite the
side on which the traffic
light is fitted
Traffic light
harness
Cable
entry
hole
FIGURE 14
• Using a flat screwdriver,
guide the cable
downwards and
proceed to feed it until
it protrudes from the
bottom of the post
Barrier
housing
• Replace the cable gland
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5. When retro-fitting the
Midi Traffic Light onto traffic
barriers other than SECTOR, two
mounting holes must be drilled
in the barrier housing on the side
on which the light is to be fitted.
Electric
drill
FIGURE 15
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To prevent shearing
of the traffic barrier
housing, ensure that big
enough washers are used
when securing the post
to the housing. It is also
the responsibility of the
installer to adequately
seal the mounting holes
using silicone or a
similar sealant, in order
to prevent the ingress
of moisture, dirt and
insects
Bottom
wall bracket
300mm
Barrier
housing
150mm
FIGURE 16
Traffic light
and post assembly
Barrier
housing
M6 x 16
Cap
screw
6. Use the two M6 x 16 cap screws provided with the kit to fasten
the post to the barrier housing.
FIGURE 17
Wall Mount
Wall
1. Use the two M6 x 16 cap screws provided with the kit to fasten
the post to the barrier housing.
Marking
the drilling
position
FIGURE 18
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The wall brackets must
be spaced approximately
268mm apart, and the
traffic light can also be used
as a template to determine
the position of the mounting
holes.
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There must be a minimum
distance of 300mm between
the top of the barrier
housing and the bottom
wall bracket hole and a
pitch of approximately
150mm between the two
mounting holes. See Figure
16. In cases where the
barrier’s top cover is of such
proportions that it does not
allow for the holes to be
drilled in the recommended
locations, they can be
drilled at a lower position.
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Electric drill
2. D
rill mounting holes for the wall
brackets. Note that the holes in
the brackets themselves have
a diameter of 6.5mm and the
drilled holes as well as mounting
equipment must be sized accordingly.
6mm
Mounting
hole
FIGURE 19
SupaHelix
Programming
Console
3. Mount the wall brackets using the
most appropriate means.
Mounting
bracket
Mounting
bracket
FIGURE 20
SECTION 7
4. Fit the two wing-shaped traffic
light brackets onto the wall
brackets and secure using the
supplied M6 x 12 stainless steel
hexagon button head cap screws.
Wing-shaped
bracket
For aesthetic purposes,
it is recommended that
the button head screw is
inserted from above for the
top traffic light bracket and
from below for the bottom
bracket.
M6 x 12
Stainless
steel button
head cap
screw
FIGURE 21
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5. Fit the traffic light assembly
between the wing-shaped
brackets and secure using the
supplied M4 x 8 fixing screws.
Wing-shaped
bracket
FIGURE 22
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Midi Traffic Light
M4 x 8 fixing screw
Electrical Setup on SECTOR Barrier
8. Electrical Setup on SECTOR Barrier
Post Mount
Take care to ensure that the cable loop is well clear of the boom pole
arm and/or barrier skirt as the harness could potentially get hooked
while the pole is in motion and lead to the cable and/or hardware being
damaged. It is recommended that the harness is tied off using a cable
tie after routing.
1. Remove the panel plug located
directly below the boom pole
coupler to expose the cable entry
hole. Typically, the entry hole
closest to the side on which the
traffic light is installed will be utilised.
Cable
entry hole
Panel plug
FIGURE 23
2. Fit the cable gland (supplied)
into the opening as illustrated in
Figure 24.
Cable
entry hole
Cable gland
FIGURE 24
SECTION 8
3. Feed the harness through the
cable gland.
Take care to ensure that the
cable loop is well clear of
the boom pole arm and/or
barrier skirt as the harness
could potentially get hooked
while the pole is in motion
and lead to the cable and/or
hardware being damaged.
It is recommended that the
harness is tied off using a
cable tie after routing.
Cable gland
Harness
FIGURE 25
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Electrical Setup on SECTOR Barrier
4. Tie the harness to the SECTOR
gearbox using the supplied cable
tie. This is to avoid the harness
getting entangled in the barrier’s
moving parts and causing equipment damage.
FIGURE 26
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Electrical Setup on SECTOR Barrier
8.1. Midi Traffic Light – SECTOR standalone/
SECTOR with CLAWS Direct Drive wiring
GREEN LIGHT
+
-
+
-
RED LIGHT
COM
CH+
N/C
CHD
N/O
SECTION 8
12V Relay
FIGURE 27
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Electrical Setup on SECTOR Barrier
8.2. Midi Traffic Light – SECTOR with CLAWS
Independent Drive Wiring
SECTOR
Termination board
GREEN LIGHT
+
-
COM
CH+
N/C
+
CHD
N/O
-
12V Relay
RED LIGHT
CLAWS
Controller
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Electrical Setup on SECTOR Barrier
8.3. Midi Traffic Light – CLAWS Independent Drive
Wiring
GREEN LIGHT
+
-
+
-
RED LIGHT
COM
CH+
N/C
CHD
N/O
SECTION 8
12V Relay
FIGURE 29
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SETTINGS
9. Settings
Standalone SECTOR/SECTOR with CLAWS Direct Drive
• Access the setup menu by pressing and holding the oblong button for a period of at least two seconds
• Using the directional arrows, navigate to Menu 7: TVI Output
• Access this menu by momentarily pressing the oblong button
• Access submenu 7.1.: TVI Output Function, and configure the output function as
TVI
• Exit this submenu and navigate to submenu 7.2.: TVI Output polarity
• Configure the polarity as NO
• Exit setup by pressing the round button twice
SECTOR with CLAWS Independent Drive
SECTOR controller
• Access the setup menu by pressing and holding the oblong button for a period of at
least two seconds
• Using the directional arrows, navigate to Menu 4: Modes of Operation
• Access this menu by momentarily pressing the oblong button
• Select SPK as the desired Mode of Operation
• Press the round button once to ascend one menu level
• Navigate to Menu 7: TVI Output
• Access submenu 7.1.: TVI Output Function, and configure the output function as
TVI
• Exit this submenu and navigate to submenu 7.2. TVI Output polarity
• Configure the polarity as NO
• Exit setup by pressing the round button twice
CLAWS controller
• Access the setup menu by pressing and holding the oblong button for a period of at least two seconds
• Using the directional arrows, navigate to Menu 2: Safety
• Access this menu by momentarily pressing the oblong button
• Scroll to and enter submenu 2.5.: External Boom Status Indication
• Scroll to and enter submenu 2.5.1.: Indicator Output
• Set the output to TVI
• Scroll to and enter submenu 2.5.2.: Lowered Indication. Set it to ON
• Exit this menu by momentarily pressing the round button
• Configure the TVI Output Function (submenu 7.1.) as TVI
• Exit setup by pressing the round button twice
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• Scroll to and enter Menu 7: TVI Output
SETTINGS
Testing the Midi Traffic Light
Test the operation of the Midi Traffic Light by triggering the co-installed device(s).
The traffic light should respond as follows depending on which device(s) is/are coinstalled:
Standalone SECTOR – The red light must be permanently on while the boom pole is in
the lowered position (normally-closed circuit), and change to green whenever the barrier
is triggered to raise (normally-open circuit).
CLAWS Independent Drive – The red light must be permanently on while the spikes
are raised, changing to green when they are lowered.
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SECTOR with CLAWS - The red light must be permanently on while the boom pole is in
the lowered position (normally-closed circuit) and the spikes are raised, and change to
green whenever the barrier is triggered to raise (normally-open circuit) and the spikes
lowered.
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Electrical Setup on other barriers
10. Electrical Setup on other barriers
Post Mount
1. D
rill a cable entry hole in the
barrier housing on the side on
which the Midi Traffic Light is
installed. Refer to the supplied
cable gland to get an indication
of the size of the hole to be drilled.
Cable
entry hole
Electric Drill
FIGURE 30
SupaHelix
Programming
Console
2. Fit the cable gland (supplied) into
the opening.
Cable
entry hole
Mounting
bracket
Cable gland
FIGURE 31
3. Feed the harness through the
cable gland.
Take care to ensure that the
cable loop is well clear of
the boom pole arm and/or
barrier skirt as the harness
could potentially get hooked
while the pole is in motion
and lead to the cable and/or
hardware being damaged.
It is recommended that the
harness is tied off using a
cable tie after routing.
Cable gland
Harness
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FIGURE 32
Electrical Setup on other barriers
Wall Mount
1. Route the Midi Traffic Light
harness to the access control
device on which it is to be used
Use cable saddles to secure
the harness if it is to run
along a wall, and conduit
where it is to run along
the ground to prevent the
ingress of moisture.
Midi
Traffic
Light
Harness
Cable saddle
SECTION 10
FIGURE 33
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etc.
All of our products are manufactured with extreme care, thoroughly inspected and tested.
The goods supplied by us shall be subject to the provisions of sections 55 to 57 of
the Consumer Protection Act (68/2008) except where the provisions of the warranty
contained in our product documentation are more favourable to the purchaser.
Subject to the warranty contained in our product documentation, if applicable, our
products are warranted for a period of twenty-four months after delivery.
However, it is expressly noted that batteries carry a six month warranty due to the
nature of these products being such that they are subject to possible misuse. Please
note that warranties will be honoured on a carry-in basis; in other words, the product in
question must be taken in to one of our branches, or to the authorised reseller that the
product was purchased from, for assessment and, if necessary, repair. For equipment
not of our manufacture, the warranty as supplied by the original manufacturer will apply
if such warranty is more favourable to the purchaser than the relevant provisions of the
Consumer Protection Act (Act 68/2008 of South Africa), or any other applicable law
as so required in different countries in which the product was sold.
Such warranty is valid only once full payment has been received for such goods.
24 Month Carry-in Product Warranty
11. 24 Month Carry-in Product Warranty
Australian customers:
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer
Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for
any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods
repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not
amount to a major failure
Any warranty may be voidable on any equipment which:
1. Has not been installed in accordance with the installation instructions provided.
2. Has been subject to misuse or which has been used for any purpose other than that
designed for by the manufacturers.
3. Has damage caused as a result of handling during transit, atmospheric conditions
(including lightning), corrosion of metal parts, insect infestation, power surges or
other forces outside of the control of the manufacturer.
4. Has been repaired by any workshop and / or person NOT previously authorised by the
manufacturer.
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5. Has been repaired with components not previously tested, passed or authorised by
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd, South Africa or one of its subsidiary companies.
24 Month Carry-in Product Warranty
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Any warranty may be voidable on any equipment which:
1. There has been a failure to install the product in accordance with the installation
instructions provided by the manufacturer, or
2. A failure to abide by the safety instructions provided by the manufacturer, or
3. There is no breach of a legal duty of care owed to you by us or by any of our
employees or agents.
4. Such loss or damage is not a reasonably foreseeable result of any such breach, and
any increase in loss or damage resulting from breach by you of any term of this
contract.
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Once the installation has been successfully completed and tested, it is important for the
installer to explain the operation and safety requirements of the system.
NEVER ASSUME THE USER KNOWS HOW TO SAFELY OPERATE THE MIDI TRAFFIC
LIGHT.
Neither Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd, nor its subsidiaries, accepts any liability caused
by improper use of the product, or for use other than that for which the product was
intended.
Installation Handover
12. Installation Handover
Ensure that the customer is in possession of the User Guide and that you have
completed the installation details in the back of the User Guide.
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NOTES
Notes
Notes
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