BEA | Stanley Dip Switch I | USERS GUIDE LO-21U LOCKOUT RELAY

USERS GUIDE LO-21U
LOCKOUT RELAY
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
The LO-21U (PN: 10LO21U) is a micro-processed lock out module designed to operate on swing door applications with
BEA’s Bodyguard or DK-12 overhead presence sensor. The LO-21U interprets door open or door closed position based
upon motor voltage input. The motor voltage information is sent from the LO-21U to the Bodyguard or DK-12 via data lines.
The LO-21U provides optional safety beam input (dry contacts) to override the inhibit signal during closing.
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TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
ANSI / BHMA 156.10-2005 requires the use of a sensor or photobeam on the swing side of the door when using
a header mounted safety sensor, such as the Bodyguard or DK12. For more information reference the ANSI
156.10 standard.
DESCRIPTION
Supply voltage
Operating frequency
Power consumption
Output
Maximum voltage – Relay contacts
Maximum current – Relay contacts
SPECIFICATION
12 to 24 VAC / 15 to 24 VDC
4 MHz (Microprocessor)
10 mA at rest, 50 mA Maximum
(2) SPST Relays
60 VDC, 120 VAC
2A DC, 0.5 A AC
COMPONENT ID
Green LED
Dipswitches
Red LED
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
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CAUTION
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Shut off all power going to the header before attempting any wiring procedures.
Maintain a clean & safe environment when working in public areas.
Constantly be aware of pedestrian traffic around the door area.
Always stop pedestrian traffic through the doorway when performing tests that may result in unexpected
reactions by the door.
Always check placement of all wiring before powering up to insure that moving door parts will not catch any
wires and cause damage to equipment.
Ensure compliance with all applicable safety standards (i.e. ANSI A156.10) upon completion of installation.
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WIRING
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Wire the LO-21U according to the chart below.
WIRE COLOR
Black
Red
Violet
White
Black / White
Orange
Gray
Red / White
Brown
Green
Blue
Yellow
CONNECTION POINT
Motor (-)
Motor (+)
Bodyguard Pin 3 (Common)
Bodyguard Pin 6 (Data - )
Safety Beam (Common)
Power (-) / 12 to 24 volts AC/DC
Bodyguard Pin 4 (N/O)
Bodyguard Pin 7 (Data +) and Safety Beam (N/O)
Power (+) / 12 to 24 volts AC/DC
Door Control (Common)
Door Control (Activate)
Door Control (Safety)
APPROACH SIDE
INHIBIT GND 2
BLANK 1
INHIBIT + 3
N.C. 4
N.O. 5
POWER 7
COM 6
DOOR CONTROL
BLACK/WHITE
RED/WHITE
WHITE
LO21U
ORANGE
+ MOTOR VOLTAGE
DATA - 6
N.C.
STALL/ STOP-n- HOLD
COMMON
SAFETY
ACTIVATION
RED
BLACK
VIOLET
GRAY
DATA + 7
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
BROWN
DK-12
POWER 8
BLANK 1
24 V
TRANSFORMER
SAFETY BEAM
INPUT DRY CONTACTS
BODYGUARD
INHIBIT GND 2
INHIBIT + 3
N.C. 4
N.O. 5
POWER 7
COM 6
POWER 8
115 VAC
SAFETY SIDE
5
N.O.
4
COM
3
POWER 2
POWER 1
MOTOR
1 PWR
2 PWR
3 COM
4 N/O
5 N/C
EAGLE
DIPSWITCH
SETTINGS
1.
The dipswitches are located at the end of the LO-21U, opposite of the wire connection terminal. There are 8 positions
available. Dipswitch designations are as follows:
OFF
1
Dipswitch #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Default settings shown.
ON
Function
Time Delay: 1 sec. value
Time Delay: 2 sec. value
Time Delay: 4 sec. value
Time Delay: 8 sec. value
Time Delay: 16 sec. value
Voltage switching device
Safety circuit logic (used with DS #8)
Safety circuit logic (used with DS #7)
OFF
0 seconds
0 seconds
0 seconds
0 seconds
0 seconds
Voltage source is other than motor
7 OFF / 8 ON = N/O Safety Circuit
7 ON / 8 OFF = N/C Safety Circuit
ON
1 second
2 second
4 second
8 second
16 second
Motor Voltage
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DIPSWITCH
SETTINGS – Cont.
2.
Use the chart (at right) for a quick-reference for
time delay settings (switches 1 through 5).
Factory setting is 7 seconds.
Example:
The normal closing cycle of an automatic door lasts
about 7 seconds. In order to get the proper closing
lock out time delay needed for the closing cycle of
the door, the dipswitches need to be set according
to the chart on page 3 for 7 seconds. To get the
proper lock out time delay dip switches 1, 2, & 3
must be in the ON position and Dip Switch 4 must
be in the OFF position.
3.
4.
5.
Seconds
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
dip 1
1 sec
dip 2
2 sec
dip 3
4 sec
dip 4
8 sec
dip 5
16 sec
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
DIPSWITCH #6: Corresponds to the type of motor voltage logic on the RED and BLACK wires. Dipswitch 6 should be
on for all applications that have the red and black wires going to a parallel motor connection. Dipswitch 6 should be OFF
for applications where voltage is present on the red and black wires at the closed door position, and where 0 volts is
present at the door open position.
DIPSWITCH 7 OFF & 8 ON: Provides a CLOSED circuit between the GREEN (COMMON) and YELLOW (SAFETY)
during BODYGUARD detection and an OPEN circuit at all other times.
DIPSWITCH 7 ON & 8 OFF: Provides a OPEN circuit between the GREEN (COMMON) and YELLOW (SAFETY) during
BODYGUARD detection and a CLOSED circuit at all other times. (Example: Besam PowerSwing).
Brand / Model Of Operator
Besam Swingmaster (ETIK)
Besam Swingmaster MP
(CUP)
Besam Electra 150
Besam PowerSwing
Doromatic Astro-Swing
Mid-Swing
Senior Swing
Gyro-Tech (all except Gemini
710 AND U11)
Horton 4000
Horton 7000
KM 2000
Stanley Magic Swing
Magic Force (with safety)
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Dipswitch 6, 7 & 8 Setting
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 OFF 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 ON, 8 OFF
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON
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SET-UP
INSTRUCTIONS
The following instructions pertain to the setup procedures and the related indications that should be observed.
RED LED
Bodyguard’s output is
Applied to the safety circuit
Set the dipswitches according to the chart
below to achieve the desired lock out
time delay.
GREEN LED
Bodyguard’s output is
Applied to the activation circuit
Immediately following each step, is a corrective action to perform if the step does not pass:
1.
Set the On-Off-Hold Open switch to the OFF position. If a switch is not available, unplug the activating device for
the door.
2.
To begin the set-up, apply power to the door system, to the LO-21U module, and to the Bodyguard. The
Bodyguard shall immediately begin flashing green to indicate a setup for the closed door position.
‰ If the Bodyguard does not begin flashing green, check to insure it is receiving the correct power at inputs
1 & 2 at the 7-position terminal at the left side of the Bodyguard. Correct as necessary.
3.
Do not enter into the field of detection while the Bodyguard is setting up. After approximately 6 seconds, the green
LED will expire.
4.
Activate the door to the open position with the On-Off-Hold Open switch, or by jumpering the activate circuit. The
Bodyguard shall begin flashing green again while it is learning the “door open” set-up. Again, approx. 6 seconds of
un-interruption will allow a setup to complete. Once complete, the door should begin to close if activation is
removed. Place the On-Off-Hold Open switch to the On position. Normal operation thereafter.
‰ If the Bodyguard does not begin flashing green when the door reaches full open, improper voltage may
exist on terminals 6 & 7 of the Bodyguard. Perform following:
¾ Using a BEA remote control, and with the door in the open position, unlock the Bodyguard, then
press the Magic Wand key and then the number 2. This will force a setup for the open door position.
If the green LED does not begin flashing, unplug the 7-position connector at the Bodyguard.
¾ Use a multi-meter (set to a DC voltage scale) to test the voltage at terminal 6 & 7. Place the positive
probe on terminal 7 and the negative probe on terminal 6. There should be approximately 12 Volts
DC. If voltage is 0 volts, check the white and red/white striped wires from the connector back to the
LO-21U for any breaks.
¾ If wiring is good, check the voltage at the red and black wires on the LO-21U. Using a multi-meter,
place the positive probe on the red wire, and the negative probe on the black wire. Voltage should
not be less than 6 volts DC. If it is less, try increasing the stall voltage at the door control. If voltage
is 0 volts, make sure there is a good connection on the red and black wires. Also make sure the LO21U has the proper input voltage at the orange and brown wires.
5.
Once the Bodyguard is functioning correctly with regard to the open and closed door setup, walk testing may begin.
‰ Do NOT proceed with walk-test until the Bodyguard is functioning correctly.
6.
The LO-21U has two LED’s to indicate what function it is performing. When the door is closed and someone steps
into the detection zone of the Bodyguard, the illumination of the red LED on the LO-21U will indicate that the LO21U is triggering the safety circuit. Therefore, the door will remain closed until the Bodyguard zone is clear. The
red LED will expire on the LO-21U and on the Bodyguard will shut off when the detection zone is clear. With the
door in the closed position, stand in the Bodyguard detection field and have someone activate the door (Eagle,
push plate, etc.). The door should not open. Clear the detection field of the Bodyguard, while keeping the door
activated. The door should open thereafter.
‰ If the red led comes on at the Bodyguard, but not at the LO-21U, check to insure good wiring on the gray
and violet wires between the Bodyguard and the LO-21U.
‰ If the red LED comes on at the Bodyguard and the LO-21U, but the door has no safety, check the green
and yellow wires between the LO-21U and the door control. If connections are good, jumper the common
and safety terminals at the door control, then activate the door to insure that the safety function is ok.
7.
Once the Bodyguard zone is clear and the door has been activated, it will open and remain open as long as there
is activation, or until door control and sensor hold-times have expired. If someone steps into the Bodyguard zone
when the door is open, the illumination of the green LED will indicate that the LO-21U is triggering the activation
circuitry of the door, thus holding the door open for as long as someone is in the Bodyguard detection pattern.
‰ If the red led comes on at the Bodyguard, but not at the LO-21U, check to insure good wiring on the gray
and violet wires between the Bodyguard and the LO-21U.
‰ If the red LED comes on at the Bodyguard and the green LED comes on at the LO-21U, but the door
does not hold open when the Bodyguard is in detection, check the blue and green wires between the LO21U and the door controls activation circuit.
‰ Reverse the red and black wires at the LO-21U and try Step 7 again.
‰ If all steps are Ok, LO-21U may be faulty. Replace as necessary.
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SET-UP
INSTRUCTIONS –
Cont.
TROUBLESHOOTING
8.
When all functions of the control and LO-21U have been confirmed, the lockout time delay will need to be set. Time
delay is set by using dipswitches 1 through 5. Perform the following steps:
‰ Activate the door to the open position.
‰ Allow the door to close and count how many seconds it takes for the overall door closing cycle
‰ Configure the dip switches according to the chart on Page 3 for the lock out time that is required
‰ Activate the door again to the open position
‰ Stand outside of the Bodyguard detection pattern, and while the door is closing, observe the red LED on
the Bodyguard
‰ The red LED on the Bodyguard should NOT illuminate during the closing cycle. If it does, it is probably
seeing the door at the very last degree or two of door closing, which would indicate that the lock out time
needs to be slightly increased.
‰ Reconfigure the dipswitches to add 1 second of lock out time.
‰ When the lock out time is correct. The red LED will not illuminate during the entire closing cycle of the
door.
‰ The last test is to insure that the Bodyguard detects an object as soon as the door has stopped closing.
Simply allow the doors to begin closing, and step in behind the doors, into the Bodyguards field of
detection (be sure to NOT break the path of the lockout safety beams, if so equipped). The red LED shall
illuminate and remain on at the Bodyguard, and at the LO-21U, as soon as the door reaches the fully
closed position, provided that an object remains in the Bodyguard’s detection field.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
With the door closed, the RED
LED does not come on upon
Bodyguard detection.
No Power applied to the Brown (+)
and Orange (-) wires.
Or
The Gray and Violet wires are not
properly connected to the
Bodyguard pins 3,4.
Step 1. Check for power 12-24 VAC / 15-24 VDC
on the Brown (+) and Orange (-) wires with a
meter. If voltage is there go to Step 2.
Step 2. Jumper across Bodyguard connector pins
3,4.
• RED LED does not come on, go to Step 3.
• RED LED comes on, go to Step 4.
**Step 3. Check continuity with a meter on the
Orange, Brown, Violet and Gray wires from the
back of the harness connector to the ends of the
wire. Correct any problem connections. If no
problem connections are found, replace LO21U.
Step 4. Check Bodyguard Relay Mode function is
set to 1. If OK replace Bodyguard.
With the door closed, the
GREEN LED comes on upon
Bodyguard detection.
Dipswitch# 6 is in the wrong
position.
Step 1. Check that Dipswitch# 6 is set correctly for
the application.
Step 2. Remove harness from lockout and reinstall (this resets the LO21U).
Step 3. Check motor voltage in door closed and
open position. Call Technical support.
With the door open, the
GREEN LED does not come
on upon Bodyguard
detection.
Reversed polarity or no motor
voltage on the RED and BLACK
wires.
No LED display on the LO21U or
Bodyguard and door will not
open.
Dipswitch# 7,8 are in the wrong
position.
Step 1. Check Dipswitch# 6 is correct for
application.
**Step 2.
Check RED and BLACK wire
connections at the motor or source of door open
voltage. Correct any problem connections.
Step 3. Reverse RED and BLACK LO21U wires at
the motor.
Step 1. Check Dipswitches# 7,8 for proper
position for application.
Step 2. Check control box connections for the
Yellow, Green and Blue wires.
** Remove power from sensors and door control
before performing these checks..
NOTE: Lockout Relay will not function correctly when power close function is enabled on the door control.
COMPANY
CONTACT
Do not leave problems unresolved. If a satisfactory solution cannot be achieved after troubleshooting a problem, please call B.E.A.,
Inc. If you must wait for the following workday to call B.E.A., leave the door inoperable until satisfactory repairs can be made. Never
sacrifice the safe operation of the automatic door or gate for an incomplete solution.
The following numbers can be called 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information, visit www.beainc.com.
West: 1-888-419-2564
South-East: 1-800-407-4545
US and Canada: 1-866-249-7937
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Mid-West: 1-888-308-8843
North-East: 1-866-836-1863
Canada: 1-866-836-1863
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