VERT-X Electrical Setup & Configuration

VERT-X Electrical Setup & Configuration
V-Series
Electrical Setup & Commissioning Guide
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CONTENTS
Contents
SAFETY
FIRST
1.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General Description
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1.1. Lightning Protection
2.
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Icons Used in this Manual
3.
Electrical Setup
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4.
Wiring Diagram Symbols
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5.
Wiring Diagram - Master Motor (MTR M)
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6.
Wiring Diagram - Slave Motor (MTR S)
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7.
Wiring Diagram - Wired Closing Safety Beams
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8.
Wiring Diagram - Double Wired Closing Safety Beams
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9.
Wiring Diagram - Wired Opening Safety Beams
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10.
Wiring Diagram - Wireless Closing Safety Beams
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11.
Wiring Diagram - Double Wireless Closing Safety Beams
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12.
Wiring Diagram - Wireless Opening Safety Beams
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13.
Wiring Diagram - External Radio Receiver & Loop Detector
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14.
Wiring Diagram - Electric Gate Lock/Maglock
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15.
Wiring Diagram - Holiday Lockout Keyswitch/Keypad
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16. Wiring Diagram - Pedestrian Keyswitch/Keypad
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17.
Wiring Diagram - G-SPEAK Classic+ Intercom
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18.
Wiring Diagram - G-SWITCH-22 Monitoring & Control Device
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19.
Wiring Diagram - Status LED
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20.
Wiring Diagram - Solar Panel
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21.
Wiring Diagram - Pillar Light Push button (Normally-Open)
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22.
Wiring Diagram - Charger & Pillar Light Connections
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22.1. Fuse Protection
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23.
Seting up Additional Features
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24.
Controller Menu Structure
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25.
Controler Features
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CONTENTS
26.
Factory Defaults Schedule
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26.1. South African Standard Profile - ZA
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26.2. CE Standard Profile
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26.3. UL325 Standard Profile
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27.
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Description of Terminal Functions
28.Diagnostics
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28.1. Diagnostic LEDs
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28.2. Gate Status LED Indication
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28.3. LCD Display
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28.4. Buzzer Feedback
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29.
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Installation Handover
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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 and pets.
The installer, being either professional or DIY, is the last person
on the site who can ensure that the operator is safely installed, and that
the whole system can be operated safely.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
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 done by a suitably
qualified person
• Do not activate your gate opener unless you can see it and can determine that its area of
travel is clear of people, pets, or other obstructions
• NO ONE MAY CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING GATE. Always keep people and objects
away from the gate and its area of travel
• NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE OR PLAY WITH THE GATE CONTROLS, and do not
allow children or pets near the gate area
• Secure all easily-accessed gate opener controls in order to prevent unauthorised use of
the gate
• Do not in any way modify the components of the automated system
• Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere: the presence of flammable gas
or fumes is a serious danger to safety
• Before attempting any work on the system, switch off electrical power and disconnect the
batteries
• The mains power supply of the automated system must be fitted with an all-pole switch
with contact opening distance of 3mm or greater. Use of a 5A hydraulic breaker with allpole circuit break is recommended
• Make sure that an earth leakage circuit breaker with a threshold of 30mA is fitted
upstream of the system
• Make sure that the earthing system is correctly constructed, and that all metal parts of
the system are suitably earthed
• Safety devices must be fitted to the installation to guard against mechanical movement
risks such as crushing, dragging and shearing
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safety first
• Never short-circuit the battery and do not try to recharge the batteries with power supply
units other than that supplied with the product, or by Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• It is recommended that at least one warning indicator light be fitted to every system
• Always fit the warning signs visibly to the inside and outside of the gate
• The installer must explain and demonstrate the manual operation of the gate in the case
of an emergency, and must hand the User/Warnings guide over to the user
• The installer must explain these safety instructions to all persons authorised to use this
gate, and be sure that they understand the hazards associated with automated gates
• 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 such as packing materials, worn-out batteries, etc.,
according to local regulations
• Always check the obstruction detection system and safety devices for correct operation
• Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd does not accept any liability caused by improper use of the
product, or for use other than that for which the automated system 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
• Everything not expressly specified in these instructions is not permitted
• Never run the operator directly from the battery! Doing so will cause
damage to the operator. Only run the operator from the V-Series
Controller
SAFETY FIRST
• A moving gate can cause serious injury or death!
Keep clear! The gate may move at any time!
Do not allow children to play in the area of travel of the gate or
operate the gate
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The VANTAGE, VERT-X and VECTOR2 operators have been designed to safely and
cost-effectively automate a wide variety of swing gates, from single light-domestic swing
gates to heavy industrial double swing gates.
The fail-safe and fully-redundant Position and Collision Detection system has been
designed and tested to set the standard in safety of operation and to provide an
unparalleled level of reliability and durability in operation.
general description
1. General Description
The gate Travel Limits are managed by a sealed double-redundant opto-electronic system
that has been designed not only to ensure ultra-reliable operation, but also to ensure
precise position and trajectory control. This enables very accurate and reliable collision
detection to ensure safe operation even under trying conditions.
The V-Series electronic Controller has been designed to be easy and intuitive to use,
with helpful instructions on the status of the operation being given both during and after
the installation. It also has built-in diagnostic procedures that can verify every aspect of
the control card onsite.
Some of the advanced features offered by the V-Series Controller are:
• Fully automated single-button Limit Setup for single and double swing gates
• Full graphics LCD display provides an intuitive user interface with built-in diagnostics to
speed up and simplify the installation process
• Separate safety inputs for infrared beams or photocells on both the closing and opening
directions of the gate
• Advanced closed-loop speed control to maintain safe and reliable operation on inclined
gates and under windy conditions
• Fully-configurable gate Run Profiles
• Selectable and adjustable Autoclose with push button override
• Pedestrian Opening (partial opening) with Autoclose
• Free-exit input
• Positive Close Mode
• Positive Open Mode
• Support for Inward and Outward opening gates
• Multiple Modes of Operation
• Solenoid lock drive output up to 2A
• Holiday Lockout
• A status LED output to indicate the Gate Status remotely
• Pillar Light Control
• Leaf Delay is selectable for either gate leaf
• Onboard code-hopping receiver with selective adding and deleting of remote controls
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1.1. Lightning Protection
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SAFETY FIRST
SECTION 1
The V-Series Controller utilises the same proven surge protection philosophy that
is used in all of our products. While this does not guarantee that the unit will not
be damaged in the event of a lightning strike or power surge, it greatly reduces the
likelihood of such damage occurring. The earth return for the surge protection is provided
via the mains power supply earth. In order to ensure that the surge protection is
effective, it is essential that the unit is properly earthed.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This guide covers all aspects pertaining to the electrical setup of your new VANTAGE,
VERT-X or VECTOR2 swing gate operators, including wiring and configuring the various
features and functions available on the controller.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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.
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icons used in this manual
2. Icons Used in this Manual
electrical setup
3. Electrical Setup
1. Always check that the circuit breaker in the electrical panel is in the OFF position,
and that all high-voltage circuits (more than 42.4V) are completely isolated from the
mains supply before doing any work.
2. Ensure that all low-voltage systems (less than 42.4V) are suitably protected
from damage, by disconnecting all sources of power such as chargers and
batteries before doing any work.
3. All electrical work must be carried out according to the requirements of all applicable
local electrical codes.
3.1. Secure V-Series
Wall Box to Wall
Secure the V-Series Wall Box
to the wall using the most
appropriate means.
Mount the V-Series Wall Box preferably at
a comfortable working height
Be sure to position the Wall Box
so as not to cause any hazards
during and after the installation.
Preferably mount the Wall Box:
• Out of direct sunlight
• At a comfortable
working height
• Away from garden
sprinklers, etc.
• To allow easy access
even when the gate is
open
FIGURE 1
3.2. Connect all Wiring
SECTION 3
Connect all the required cables to
the Controller; see pages 16 to 33.
FIGURE 2
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electrical setup
When wiring each operator back to the Controller housing, it is recommended to mount a
small junction box adjacent to each operator. Terminate the cable provided on the operator
into this junction box and then route a new cable from the junction box to the Controller
housing.
VANTAGE
operator
Junction
box
350mm
long loop
Gate
FIGURE 3
• It is essential that the cable is tied off in such a way that a loop 350mm
long is formed between where the cable exits the back of the operators,
and either the mounting bracket or Wall Box, in order to minimise
flexing of the cable
• If a sharp bend is introduced to the cable, or a loop that is less than
350mm in length is used, the resulting cable fatigue, or excessive
tension on the cable, may cause the operators to behave erratically
or to stop operating altogether
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Check that the charger and battery are connected to the Controller.
Ensure that the battery polarity is correct.
Charger
FIGURE 4
Battery
FIGURE 5
SECTION 3
Switch on the mains supply (via isolator).
Ensure that both the Controller and charger are effectively earthed for improved lightning
protection.
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Ensure that the mechanical setup procedure for your operator (VANTAGE, VERT-X
or VECTOR2) is completed before proceeding with the electronic limit setup. See the
Mechanical Installation Manuals.
ELECTRICAL SETUP
3.3. Setting the Limits
3.3.1. For an Inward Opening Swing Gate:
Disengage the operator(s) and manually push the gate(s) to the desired closed position.
Engage the operator(s).
3.3.2. For an Outward Opening Swing Gate:
Disengage the operator(s) and manually push the gate(s) to the desired fully open
position.
3.3.3. Activate Automatic Limit Setup Procedure:
Engage the operator(s).
Closed lock indicates an operator is in the engaged state.
If powering up the system ex-factory, it will request for the Operating Profile (Operating
Standard) to be set; select from the list the Profile that will suit the specific region.
With this set, the system will automatically proceed to the Limit Setup Menu; follow the
on-screen instructions to complete the Setup Procedure.
If powering up with the Profile set but no limits set, the system will automatically
proceed to the Limit Setup Menu; follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup
procedure.
If powering up at any stage after that, push and hold the Setup button (
seconds.
• Select the ‘Limits’ menu by pressing the enter button (
) for three
)
• Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup procedure
• When prompted to select the operator, always ensure that the correct operator
‘VANTAGE/VERT-X/VECTOR2’ is selected
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Setting
LIMITS
Exit
Go
3
Up/Dn
FIGURE 6
SECTION 3
Safety devices are not operational during Setup
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The Wiring diagrams depicted on the following pages show the wiring of the VANTAGE/
VERT-X/VECTOR2 Master and Slave Motors back to the V-Series Controller, as well
as the wiring of the most commonly used ancillary devices to the V-Series Controller.
Where applicable, an icon has also been provided to indicate whether the connection
should be Normally-Open or Normally-Closed.
The icons used as well as their denotive meanings are given in the following section.
Symbols
N/O
Connect wire here
N/C
COM
Connect wire here
COM
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Connect wire here
Connect wire here
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WIRING DIAGRAM SYMBOLS
4. Wiring Diagram Symbols
wiring diagrams
5. Master Motor (MTR M)
Master Motor MTR M
Thin purple
Thin blue
Thin red
Thin black
Thick blue
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Thick black
FIGURE 7. MASTER MOTOR (MTR M)
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6. Slave Motor (MTR S)
Thin purple
Slave Motor MTRS
Thin blue
Thin red
Thin black
Thick blue
FIGURE 8. SLAVE MOTOR (MTR S)
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SECTION 5
Thick black
wiring diagrams
7. Wired Closing Safety Beams
i5 Wired
Safety Beams
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
IRB Receiver
SECTION 7
Wired
IRB
Transmitter
12V/24V
12V/24V
FIGURE 9. WIRED CLOSING SAFETY BEAMS
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i5 Wired
Safety Beams
Wired
IRB
Transmitter
12V/24V
12V/24V
12V/24V
12V/24V
wiring diagrams
8. Double Wired Closing Safety Beams
COM
N/C
i5 Wired
Safety Beams
N/O
IRB Receiver
Wired
IRB
Transmitter
12V/24V
12V/24V
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
IRB Receiver
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FIGURE 10. DOUBLE WIRED CLOSING SAFETY BEAMS
wiring diagrams
9. Wired Opening Safety Beams
i5 Wired
Closing Safety
Beams
i5 Wired
Safety Beams
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
IRB Receiver
12V/24V
12V/24V
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Wired
IRB
Transmitter
FIGURE 11. WIRED OPENING SAFETY BEAMS
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10. Wireless Closing Safety Beams
Photon Wireless
Safety Beams
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
IRB Receiver
Wireless
IRB
Transmitter
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FIGURE 12. WIRELESS CLOSING SAFETY BEAMS
wiring diagrams
11. Double Wireless Closing Safety Beams
Photon Wireless
Safety Beams
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
Wireless
IRB
Transmitter
IRB Receiver
12V/24V
12V/24V
Photon Wireless
Safety Beams
COM
N/C
N/O
IRB Receiver
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Wireless
IRB
Transmitter
FIGURE 13. WIRELESS CLOSING SAFETY BEAMS
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12. Wireless Opening Safety Beams
Photon Wireless
Safety Beams
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
IRB Receiver
Wireless
IRB
Transmitter
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FIGURE 14. WIRELESS OPENING SAFETY BEAMS
wiring diagrams
13. External Radio Receiver & Loop Detector
Loop Detector
Loop
12V/24V
Loop Detector
12V/24V
COM
N/C
N/O
Single and/or Multichannel
Receivers1
12V/24V
12V/24V
COM
N/C
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N/O
FIGURE 15. OPTIONAL RADIO RECEIVER AND LOOP DETECTOR
1. Only applicable if external radio receiver is being used
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wiring diagrams
14. Electric Gate Lock/Maglock
Electric Gate Lock/
Maglock
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FIGURE 16. Electric gate lock/MAGLOCK
wiring diagrams
15. Holiday Lockout Keyswitch/Keypad
Holiday Lockout
Keyswitch/Keypad
(Normally-Closed)
1
2
12V
12V
3
4
5
6
7
N/O
8
N/C
9
COM
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Main Features
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•
•
•
•
•
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SMARTGUARD for hard-wired installations
SMARTGUARDair for wireless, easy installations
1000 unique codes using one to ten digits
Selectively add and delete user codes
Backup Memory Module
Limited uses counter
Fully weatherproof with backlit keypad
FIGURE 17. HOLIDAY LOCKOUT KEYSWITCH/KEYPAD NORMALLY-CLOSED
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Pedestrian
Keyswitch/Keypad
(Normally-Open)
1
2
wiring diagrams
16. Pedestrian Keyswitch/Keypad
12V
12V
3
4
5
6
7
N/O
8
N/C
9
COM
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FIGURE 18. PEDESTRIAN KEYSWITCH/KEYPAD NORMALLY-OPEN
wiring diagrams
17. G-SPEAK Classic+ Intercom
G-SPEAK Classic+
12V-24V
GND
IO1
IO2
GND
IO3
IO4
Main Features
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•
•
•
•
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•
No wiring back to the house saving the installer both
time and money
No dedicated, costly intercom handsets are required –
your cellphone becomes your intercom handset
Answer your intercom from anywhere – so convenient
and also greatly improves security
Open your gate from anywhere for maximum
convenience
High-security access control – only learned-in, authorised
cellphones can access the system
Split unit for high security – the GSM control module
resides inside the property
Weatherproof enclosure for greater reliability
FIGURE 19. G-SPEAK CLASSIC+ INTERCOM
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G-SWITCH-22
wiring diagrams
18. G-SWITCH-22 Monitoring & Control
COM 2
N/0 2
N/C 2
COM 1
N/0 1
N/C 1
IN 2
GND
IN 1
+
Main Features
• Control two different devices, such as opening your gate
and your garage from anywhere in the world with 2G GSM
coverage
• Monitor by receiving SMS alerts, for example when your
mains power has failed or your alarm has been activated
• Communicates with up to 1200 users
• Easy setup and administration via CENTURION’s G-WEB1
online interface, or via your mobile phone. Inputs can be
set to react to Rising Edge, Falling Edge or both – ideal for
monitoring mains, alarm states, etc.
FIGURE 20. g-switch-22 MONITORING & CONTROL
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• Activate devices with Missed Call (free of charge) or SMS
wiring diagrams
19. Status LED
POLOphone
intercom
Status
LED
1
2
+
AUX
AUX
Positive
Negative
Main Features
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•
•
Only two wires for a simple, quick and easy installation
Each panel fitted with two call buttons
Each handset incorporates:
•
Gate release for each entry panel
•
Auxiliary control button
•
Intercommunication call button
•
Gate status LED
•
Built-in lightning protection
FIGURE 21. STATUS LED
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20. Solar Panel
Solar Panel
12V - 30A
regulator
Panel
Battery
Load
Battery
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SECTION 20
figure 22. SOLAR PANEL
wiring diagrams
21. Pillar Light Push button (Normally-Open)
SECTION 21
Pillar Light
Push button
(Normally-Open)
FIGURE 23. pillar light push button (normally-open)
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wiring diagrams
22. Charger & Pillar Light Connections
Earth
CP84
Charger
90V - 240V
AC Mains in
Pillar
Light
Neutral
Live
Protection fuse on
Mains input to charger
(rating: 250mA slow blow)
Negative
Positive
FIGURE 24. CHARGER AND PILLAR LIGHT CONNECTIONS
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FUSE PROTECTION
22.1. Fuse Protection
The following protection fuses are provided on the system:
Item
Main Controller
Motor Circuit - fuse per channel
Type
Rating
Automotive Fuse (25 x 7)
15A
5 x 20mm
3A Fast Blow
Electronic fuse - not replaceable
3A
Non user replaceable fuse
250mA
Light circuit
Auxiliary supply
Charger
Mains Input
1
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1. To reset: Power off Controller for at least one minute and re-apply power
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The Controller Menu Structure on page 36 provides the full suite of features that can be
set up on the system.
An explanation of each feature is provided in Section 25 ‘Controller Features’ on page 40.
When setting up the system via the LCD display, all the steps that have to be followed
are clearly provided via the display. It is only necessary to note the following:
1. T
o get into Setup Mode, press the (
instructions provided from there.
) button for three seconds and follow the
2. T
he buttons provided on the Controller for navigating the system are not marked
because at each step during the Setup, the function given to each button is provided
on the display.
SETTING UP ADDITIONAL FEATURES
23. Setting up Additional Features
Menu level
3
AutoClose
Exit
Go
Up/Dn
Up
Go
Exit
Down
FIGURE 25. VIEW OF CONTROLLER
3. When not in Setup Mode, i.e. Normal Mode, the ( ) button is used as a test button
for operating the system. The up/down buttons are not used unless the diagnostic
screens have been selected to appear in Normal Mode, in which case these buttons
allow switching from one screen to the next.
Refer to page 56 to 64 for the Factory Defaults Schedule for each feature.
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For each feature a Factory Default setting has been programmed into the
Controller. Referred to as an Operating Standard, these defaults have been
determined to suit the requirements of the specific region where the installation
is being carried out. It is only necessary to change a feature where the default
does not suit the installation. When selecting any feature in the menu, details of
the current setting stored in the Controller are displayed.
CONTROLLER MENU STRUCTURE
24. Controller Menu Structure
1. Setting Limits
2.
1.1. Setup wizard
Safety
2.1. MTR M Collision Force
• MTR M Opening Collision Force
• MTR M Closing Collision Force
2.2. MTR S Collision Force
• MTR S Opening Collision Force
• MTR S Closing Collision Force
2.3. Collision Count
2.4 Alarm Output
• LED - Status LED
• SOL - Solenoid
• SAFC - Safety Common
• LGHT - Light
• BUZZ - Onboard buzzer
3.
Autoclose
3.1. Autoclose Status
3.2. Autoclose Timer
3.3. Autoclose Override
3.4. Autoclose Advanced Options
• Autoclose Fully Open
• Autoclose Partly Open
• Autoclose Partly Closed
4.
Modes of Operation
4.1. Operating Mode
• Standard Mode
• Condominium Mode
• Reversing Mode
5.
Run Profile
5.1. Positive Close Mode
• Positive Close Status
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• Positive Close Mode Type
• MTR M & MTR S
• MTR S Only
• MTR M Only
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• Positive Close Push Force
5.2. Positive Open Mode
• Positive Open Status
• Positive Open Type
•
MTR M & MTR S
•
MTR S Only
•
MTR M Only
CONTROLLER MENU STRUCTURE
• Short Stop
• Positive Close Short Stop Value
• Positive Open Push Force
5.3. Leaf Delay
• Leaf Delay Status
• Leaf Delay Value
5.4. Pre-open Delay
5.5. Pre-close Delay
5.6. Opening Speed
5.7. Closing Speed
5.8. Ramp-up Distance
5.9. Ramp-down Distance
5.10.Crawl Distance
5.11 TRG Stop Distance
5.12.IRB Stop Distance
5.13.Push Force Limit
6.
Infrared Beams
6.1. PIRAC Control
• PIRAC Status
6.2. IR Beam Test
• IR Beam Test Status
• Beam to Test
• IRBC Only
• IRBO Only
• IRBC and IRBO
6.3. IRBO = IRBC on Closing
6.4
IR Beam Alarms
• Ambush Alarm
• Ambush Alarm Status
• Break-in Alarm Status
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• IRB Broken Time
• Break-in Alarm
CONTROLLER MENU STRUCTURE
• Alarm Output
• LED
• SOL
• SAFC
• LGHT
• BUZZ
7.
Pedestrian
7.1. Pedestrian Open Position
7.2. Pedestrian Autoclose Time
7.3. Pedestrian pre-open Delay
7.4. Pedestrian pre-close Delay
8.
Gate Lock
8.1. Lock Enabled Status
8.2. Lock Type
• Mag Lock
• Strike Lock
8.3. Release Time
8.4
Pre-Release Time
8.5. Lock Location
• Both (Open and Closed Position)
• Closed Position
• Open Position
8.6. Gate Lock Power Supply
• AC
• DC
9.
Courtesy Light
9.1. Courtesy Light Timer
9.2. Light Profile
• Courtesy Light
• Pre-flash A
• Pre-flash B
• Pre-flash C
10. General settings
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10.1.Operator
• VANTAGE
• VERT-X
• VECTOR
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• ZA
• CE
• UL325
10.3.Reset Options
• Factory Default
• Delete All Remotes
• Reset All
10.4.Diagnostic Screen
• Turn Diagnostics On
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10.2.Operating Profile
• Turn Diagnostics Off
10.5.Round test button
• Round Test Button On
• Round Test Button Off
11. Remote Controls
Press button of valid remote control
(if menu locked)
11.1.Add remotes
• Courtesy Light
• Holiday Lockout
• Open Gate FRX
• Pedestrian
• Trigger Gate
11.2.Delete remotes
• Delete by ID
• Delete button
• Delete by button
• Delete all remotes
11.3.Edit remote button
11.4.Tx menu locked
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25. Controller Features
25.1. Menu 2 - Safety (Collision Force)
25.1.1. Collision Force
If the gate is obstructed, the internal collision circuitry will activate.
The response of the system to a collision will vary, depending on the profile selected (Operating Standard, eg. ZA). Responses can vary from the gate
stopping, to the gate reversing. The Collision Force can be set from minimum to
maximum in five discrete steps.
A sixth step will disable collision sensing entirely, allowing maximum force to be
achieved. Under this condition, the motor will continue running until it stalls, at
which point a collision will be detected.
This level should only be used if additional safety measures are
taken (eg. Infrared Safety Beams, etc.).
Collision Force can be set independently per direction of travel.
25.1.2. Collision Count
A counter monitors the number of collisions that the gate experiences before
it reaches the fully closed position. If the value exceeds the value set in the
Multiple Collision Counter, the Controller shuts down until the next valid
trigger is received. As an indication, the status LED will flash four times every two
seconds. The Multiple Collision fault indication will continue to flash indefinitely
or until a valid trigger has been received.
25.2. Menu 3 - Autoclose
This feature must only be used if infrared gate safety beams are
installed to prevent the gate(s) from closing onto people, pets or
vehicles.
25.2.1. Autoclose Status
When enabled, the Autoclose feature has the function of automatically closing
the gate after a preset Autoclose time. The Autoclose feature is automatically
turned on when the Controller is set for Condominium Mode.
25.2.2. Autoclose Timer
The Autoclose time can be set anywhere from 1 to 255 seconds.
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25.2.3. Autoclose Override
It is possible for the user to temporarily turn off Autoclose when the Mode of
Operation is Standard or Reversing. To activate Autoclose Override, the Trg
input must be activated and maintained for a period longer than the time set
for the Autoclose Override Time. For example, suppose that the Autoclose
Override time is left at the default value of 3 seconds. If a remote button (learned
to activate the trigger function of the onboard receiver) is pressed and held for a
period exceeding 3 seconds, Autoclose will temporarily be disabled.
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The gate response will be to start opening on the Trg trigger, and then to stop
as soon as the Autoclose Override time is reached. On clearing of the Trg
input, the gate will continue opening until fully open. The Autoclose feature is
now temporarily disabled and the gate will remain open indefinitely. To disable
Autoclose override the TRG input needs to be activated again.
25.2.4. Autoclose Advanced Options
The conditions under which the gate will automatically close can be set within the
Advanced Autoclose options menu:
• Autoclose Fully Open - automatically closes the gate if it has reached the fully open position
• Autoclose Partly Open - automatically closes the gate if it is stopped while
opening, but before reaching the fully opened position
• Autoclose Partly Closed - automatically closes the gate if it is stopped while
closing, but before reaching the fully closed position
25.3. Menu 4 - Modes of Operation
It is possible to select the following Modes of Operation: Standard,
Condominium, and Reversing Mode. All modes are triggered by closing a
normally-open contact between the Trg input terminal and the Com terminal.
The functionality described in this section can be activated using the
onboard multichannel receiver.
25.3.1. Standard Mode
When stationary, a trigger impulse on Trg will cause the gate to either open or
close. On a moving gate, a trigger impulse on Trg will stop the gate.
The next impulse on Trg will cause the gate to reverse its direction of travel; i.e.
the action is start-stop-reverse.
25.3.2. Condominium Mode
A trigger impulse on Trg will open the gate under all conditions. If it is closing,
it will stop and reverse to open. In this Mode of Operation, the only way to close
the gate is with the Autoclose feature, which is automatically activated when
Condominium Mode is selected.
25.2.3. Reversing Mode
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A trigger impulse on Trg will reverse the direction of a moving gate. If it is
closing, it will stop and immediately begin opening. If it is opening, it will stop and
immediately begin closing.
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25.4. Menu 5 - Run Profile
25.4.1. Positive Close Mode (PCM)
Setting Positive Close Mode to ON will allow the gate to drive up hard to the
closed endstop without causing the collision circuitry to operate. This is extremely
useful in cases where a magnetic lock mounted on one gate leaf needs to engage
with its armature plate mounted on another leaf or pillar.
This feature operates only during the last few millimetres of gate travel in Closing
Mode.
25.4.2. Positive Close Type
PCM can be applied to one of the following:
• Short Stop (further explanation follows)
• Master Motor (MTR M)
• Slave Motor (MTR S)
• Both Master and Slave Motors
25.4.3. Short Stop
PCM applied to one gate is ideal for securely locking two gates to each other
without having to fit endstops.
Typically, a ‘mechanical’ lip is fitted to one gate which will push up against the
other gate and via PCM keep pushing until the gates are mechanically locked.
Mechanical
lip
Slave motor (MTR S)
gate closes first
Master motor (MTR M) gate closes
slightly behind Slave motor (MTR S) gate
(Leaf delay)
Line of gates when closed
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FIGURE 26
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Master motor (MTR M)
gate continues to close
Slave motor (MTR S) gate stops
slightly before closed position
Line of gates when closed
Short Stop
FIGURE 27
To ensure that the gates do not close past their desired end point, the Slave Gate
against which the Master gate with the mechanical lip pushes, can be preset to
stop slightly short of its closed position. This is referred to as the ‘Short Stop’
distance.
Mechanical lip on
Master motor (MTR M)
gate engages
MTRM with
gate
Slave motor (MTR S) gate
Line of gates when closed
With PCM, Master motor (MTR M) gate continues
closing, pushing the Slave motor (MTR S) gate with it
FIGURE 28
If the ‘Short Stop’ distance is correctly set, the Master Gate will engage with the
Slave Gate sufficiently before the closed position and via the PCM, push the two
gates into the fully closed position, but not past it.
If Short Stop is corectly set, PCM
will cut off when gates reach
the closed position
Slave motor (MTR S)
Master motor (MTR M)
Line of gates when closed
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FIGURE 29
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25.4.4. Short Stop value
The Short Stop distance can be set between 1mm and 20mm of piston stroke.
25.4.5. PCM push force
The amount of force applied by the operator when in PCM can be set as a value
from 33% to 100% in five increments.
25.4.6. Positive Open Mode (POM)
Setting Positive Open Mode to ON will allow the gate to drive up hard to the open
endstop without causing the collision circuitry to operate. This feature operates
only during the last few millimetres of gate travel in Opening Mode.
25.4.7. Positive Open type
POM can be applied to one of the following:
• Master Motor (MTR M)
• Slave Motor (MTR S)
• Both Master and Slave Operators
25.4.8. POM Push Force
The amount of force applied by the operator when in POM can be set as a value
from 33% to 100% in five increments.
25.4.9. Leaf Delay
Leaf Delay is used in cases where one gate leaf must move before the other.
The most common need for this arises when a mechanical ‘lip’ is fitted to one of
the gates.
In a double leaf installation, a Leaf Delay can be set whereby the
MTR S Motor will close before the MTR M Motor.
25.4.10. Leaf Delay
value
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The Leaf Delay is based on
piston position, and can be
adjusted from 1mm to 250mm
of piston travel.
Mechanical lip on Slave gate
engages with Master gate
Leaf Delay
Master gate will start to
move after Leaf Delay
FIGURE 30
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Allows a delay between a valid trigger signal being received and the gate
commencing movement in the opening direction. A Warning Light can be set to
activate during this delay. (Refer to Pre-flash Modes of the feature ‘Pillar Light’,
for more details.) This setting applies to both operators.
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25.4.11. Pre-open Delay
A Pre-open Delay is typically used to allow a pedestrian sufficient time to move
clear of the gate area prior to the gate commencing movement, or for a warning
beacon to be activated.
25.4.12. Pre-close Delay
Allows a delay between a valid trigger signal being received and the gate
commencing movement in the closing direction. The delay will also occur if the
gate is set to close automatically. A Warning Light can be set to activate during
this delay.
A Pre-close Delay is typically used to allow a pedestrian sufficient time to move
clear of the gate area prior to the gate commencing movement, or for a warning
beacon to be activated.
(Refer to Pre-flash Modes of the feature ‘Pillar Light’, for more details).
This setting applies to both operators.
25.4.13. Opening Speed
Sets the maximum piston opening speed in millimeters per second. This setting
applies to both operators.
25.4.14. Closing Speed
Sets the maximum piston closing speed in millimeters per second. This setting
applies to both operators.
25.4.15. Ramp-up Distance
Sets the Ramp-up Distance in millimeters of travel of the piston when starting.
This feature is used to allow for smooth and fluid gate movement during opening.
This setting applies to both operators
25.4.16. Ramp-down Distance
Sets the Ramp-down Distance in millimeters of travel of the piston when stopping.
This setting applies to both operators. This feature is used to allow for a smooth
deceleration of the gate to prevent the gate from stopping abruptly and placing
undue stress on the installation.
Sets the final Crawl Distance in millimeters of travel of the piston when reaching
an endpoint. This setting applies to both operators.
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25.4.17. Crawl Distance
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25.4.18. Trigger Stop Distance
The distance the piston travels before stopping on a trigger input. This feature is
used to relieve the strain placed on the mechanical components by stopping the
gate smoothly when a trigger signal is received.
25.4.19. Beam Stop Distance
The distance the piston travels before stopping on a beam input. This value is
normally set to stop the gate as quickly as possible so as to prevent injury to
persons; it is recommended that the value be selected so as to prevent undue
stress on the installation.
25.4.20. Push Force Limit
Sets the maximum push force delivered by the operators. The maximum setting is
a value of 15 and the minimum is five. This is useful in cases where limited push
force is required. This setting applies to both operators.
25.5. Menu 6 - IR beams
In a swing gate installation, in order to provide protection to a person or vehicle
moving through the entrance, it is necessary to have two sets of Safety Beams,
one across the driveway where the gates are closed and another where the gates
are open. Both sets of Safety Beams must be set as Closing Safety Beams,
preventing the gate from closing and stopping the gates if they have started to
close if the beams are obstructed.
However, across the line of the driveway up to where the gates open, it is also
recommended to have another set of Opening Safety Beams to prevent the
gate from opening if they are closed and stop if they are opening if the beams are
obstructed.
Outside Closing Beam
Gates will not close
IRBC
IRBC
Transmitter
IRBC
Transmitter
IRBO Transmitter
Inside Closing Beam
Gates will not close
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IRBO
IRBO Transmitter
FIGURE 31
Two independent normally-closed inputs are provided for Opening and Closing
Safety Beams.
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It is recommended that
additional Opening Beams
are fitted to reduce the
risk of a person or pet
being crushed between the
opening gate and the wall.
Additional Opening Beams
FIGURE 32
Additional beam functionality:
25.5.1. PIRAC Control
The Passive-Infrared Autoclose feature allows the gate to close automatically,
as soon as a vehicle or pedestrian has passed through the Closing Beam.
This security feature ensures that the gate stays open for the minimum amount of
time possible. If the PIRAC feature has been enabled, the system will react in the
following way:
• When the gate is triggered to open and nothing moves through or interrupts
the Closing Beam, the gate will open fully and stay open for the period of time
determined by the Autoclose Timer
• However, if the Closing Beam is interrupted at any stage, while the gate is
opening or open, the gate will close immediately after the Closing Beam is cleared
If the Autoclose feature has not been enabled then the gate will
remain open indefinitely. To close the gate the Closing Beam
must be interrupted or the trigger button must be pressed.
25.5.2. IR Beam Test (only compatible with i5 Safety Beams; not compatible
with Photon wireless Safety Beams).
Automatically tests the Safety Beams before each gate cycle. (eg. as required
by CE.) In order for this feature to work, the power supply negative of the beam
transmitter must be wired to the Safe Com terminal of the Controller.
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Outside Closing Beam
25.5.3. IRBO=IRBC
Configures the Opening Beam
to act as a Closing Beam
while the gates are closing.
This allows one set of Safety
Beams to be used across the
line of the driveway up to
where the gates open.
Inside Opening Beam
IRBO = IRBC
(Opening Beam doubles as a Closing Beam
= save on one beam)
FIGURE 57
FIGURE 33
If the Opening Safety Beam is interrupted the gate will stop;
it will neither open nor close due to the Opening Safety Beam
acting as both an Opening and Closing Beam.
25.5.4. IR Beam Alarms
While the gate is fully closed, this feature allows the following alarms:
25.5.4.1. Ambush Alarm
Activates an alarm if either
the Opening or Closing Beams
have been continuously
interrupted for a pre-defined
time. The alarm will remain
activated while the beams are
interrupted.
For example, if a would-be
intruder covers the Safety
Beams so that when the gate
is opened, the gate will stay
open, the system will detect
this beam override taking
place and set off an alarm.
Adjustable beam
broken time
Intruder
blocks beam
Alarm
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FIGURE 34
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25.5.4.2. IR Beam Broken Time
The time that the Beams must be interrupted before the ambush alarm is
activated.
25.5.4.3. Break-in Alarm
Activates an alarm if the
Closing Beam on the outside
of the property is interrupted
while the gates are closed.
The alarm remains activated
while the Beams are broken,
and for a fixed period of 30
seconds thereafter.
Intruder breaks beam
while loitering at gate
Alarm
FIGURE 35
If this break-in alarm is used, it is recommended that TWO parallel
Closing Beams be used to reduce the chance of false triggering.
25.5.4.4. Alarm output
The system can be configured to operate one of the following outputs provided on
the Controller:
• Status LED output (operate up to three LEDs in parallel or interface with
the CP78 MULTI-LED driver card)
• Sol (this is an open collector drive, maximum current draw 3A,
not fuse-protected)
• Safe Com (this is an open collector drive, maximum current draw 3A,
not fuse-protected)
• Pillar / Courtesy Light contact (potential-free normally-open contact,
fuse-protected - 5A)
• Onboard buzzer - emits a continuous tone
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24.6. Menu 7 - Pedestrian Opening
This feature is associated with the PED input on the Controller, and can be
activated using the onboard multichannel receiver. When activating this input, the
system will open the gate to the Pedestrian Open position, and then automatically
close after the Pedestrian Autoclose time lapses. If the PED connection to Com
is maintained, then the gate will remain open, and when the connection is broken,
it will close after the Pedestrian Autoclose time has expired.
The time taken for the gate to open to pedestrian is dependent on the pedestrian
Pre-open Delay and the time required for the gate to close from the pedestrian
position is dependent on the Pedestrian Pre-close Delay.
25.6.1. Pedestrian Open Position
Sets the maximum opening of the pedestrian gate as a percentage of total travel.
25.6.2. Pedestrian Autoclose Time
Sets the Autoclose time in seconds after the gate has reached the Pedestrian
Open Position. This time can be set from zero seconds to four minutes in one
second increments.
25.6.3. Pedestrian Pre-open Delay
Sets the time delay between the Pedestrian Opening input being activated and the
gate commencing movement. This enhances safety in cases where the pedestrian
has to reach through the gate in order to activate the pedestrian input. This delay
can be set from zero seconds to four minutes in one second increments.
A Warning Light would typically be active during this delay.
25.6.4. Pedestrian Pre-close Delay
Sets the time delay between the Pedestrian Autoclose timer expiring, and the
gate actually closing. This delay can be set from zero seconds to four minutes in one
second increments.
• A Warning Light would typically be active during this delay
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• The Warning Light is any light wired to the Pillar Light contacts,
as described in Menu 9
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A solenoid strike lock or magnetic lock can be connected to the control card,
allowing the gate to be locked when closed, open or both.
25.7.1. Lock Enable Status
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25.7. Menu 8 - Gate Lock
Turns the lock functionality ON or OFF.
25.7.2. Lock Type
Allows selection of either a solenoid strike lock, or a magnetic lock.
A solenoid strike unlocks when power is applied, while a magnetic lock unlocks
when power is removed.
25.7.3. Release time
Sets the Time-period (in seconds) for which the lock remains released after the
gate has started moving:
25.7.3.1. Pre-Release Time:
• Sets the Time-period (in 0.1 second increments) for which the lock releases
BEFORE the gate has started moving. This is useful in cases where premature
gate movement prevents the lock from releasing
25.7.3.2. Lock location:
• Specifies whether the gate is locked while closed, open or both
25.7.3.2. Lock drive:
• Specifies whether the lock is to be powered by an AC or DC voltage
• Selecting AC will power the lock with a 50Hz square wave
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25.8. Menu 9 - Courtesy/Pillar Light
This feature is associated with the Light connections on the Controller. Refer to
page 33 of the manual for details on how to connect a Pillar or security light to the
Controller.
The Pillar Light circuit has multiple functions:
• It operates as a Courtesy Light and switches on for a selectable time-period
every time the gate is activated
• The Courtesy Light can also be turned on for the same time-period by
momentarily connecting the LIT terminal to the Com terminal via a pushbutton
• The Courtesy Light can also be turned on permanently by connecting the LIT
terminal to the Com terminal via a pushbutton, for three seconds.
A short pulse thereafter will switch the lights off. The status LED will flash once
every two seconds to indicate that the Courtesy Light is on permanently. The
abovementioned facility can also be achieved via a remote learned to the system
and mapped to the Courtesy Light function from within the remotes menu
The gate will not open when using the LIT input.
• When the PED input is triggered, the Courtesy Light flashes for an adjustable
pre-flash time (0 to 255 seconds), before the pedestrian gate opens.
25.8.1. Courtesy Light Time
The time for which the Courtesy Light will remain activated can be set from four
seconds to ten hours in one second increments.
25.8.2. Light Profile
The Courtesy Light can be selected to operate according to one of the following:
• Courtesy Light as explained earlier
• Pre-flashing Mode • If Pre-flashing Mode A, B or C is selected, the behaviour of the Courtesy Light will
be as follows:
• Mode A will turn on the Courtesy Light only while the gate is moving
• Mode B will flash the Courtesy Light during the Pre-opening and
Pre-closing Delays, as well as while the gate is moving
• Mode C will turn on the Courtesy Light during the Pre-opening and Pre-closing
Delays, as well as while the gate is moving
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• I n these Pre-flashing Modes, the timed Courtesy Light functionality is not
available
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25.9.1. Operator
This menu item allows the user to set the type of V-Series operator currently
being used with the Controller. Always ensure that the correct operator is selected.
When not in Setup Mode, i.e. Normal Mode, the currently-enabled operator will be
displayed in the bottom left-hand corner of the LCD screen;
‘VN’ refers to VANTAGE, ‘VX’ refers to VERT-X, ‘VC’ refers to VECTOR2.
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25.9. Menu 10 - General Features
25.9.2. Operating Standard
Regional Operating Standards can be set. Applying this setting will automatically
configure the Controller settings to conform to the specific region’s standard. Refer
to Section 26 (eg. UL325, CE or ZA.)
25.9.3. Reset Options
The Controller settings can be reset through the Reset Options menu.
Various reset options are available:
• Factory Defaults - All settings will be restored to the default values dictated by
the Operating Standard/Profile that is currently selected.
Remote controls and gate limits will not be affected
• Delete All Remotes - Delete all the remotes stored in the system.
No settings affected
• Reset All - Clears and defaults the system completely. The unit will be reset to
the Factory Default settings in addition to clearing all remotes and Limits
25.9.4. Diagnostic Screen
Allows a diagnostic screen to be displayed. This can be useful when
troubleshooting, but requires some technical knowledge.
25.9.5. Round Test Button
Allows the round test button on the Controller to be disabled, in cases where
higher security is required.
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25.10. Menu 11 - Remote Controls
The Controller is capable of learning up to 64 code-hopping remote control
buttons. Each remote control learned into the system is assigned a unique
remote control ID. The system will accept one-, two- or four-button remote
controls.
Benefits of the Shift Button system:
• It is possible to artificially increase the number of buttons of a multibutton remote control by using a two-button combination
• One of the buttons is used as a Shift Button to allow the other buttons
to be used again in combination with this button. In other words, the
user will press and hold the Shift Button, before pressing one of the
other buttons to create a new button
• The Shift Button cannot be used as a button on its own, it must always
be used in combination with the other buttons
25.10.1. Press Valid Button
If the Remote Controls Menu has been locked as discussed later, only by
pressing a button of a remote control learned into the system, can the Remote
Controls Menu be accessed.
25.10.2. Add Remote
Any button can be set to control the Trigger, Pedestrian, Free-exit, Holiday
Lockout or Courtesy Light Control (LIT) actions. When adding remote controls,
it is recommended that a record be kept of the ID number allocated by the system
to each respective remote control and the person to whom the remote control is
given. This is necessary should selective deletion of the remote be required at a
later stage.
25.10.3. Delete Remote
Remote controls can be deleted at any stage according to one of the following
methods:
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• Delete Remote by ID
Each remote control can be deleted individually according to its unique ID.
To facilitate this, a record of the ID and the person to whom the ID has been
assigned must have been made at the time of learning the remote control into the
system. The remote control is not required for this operation
• Delete Remote Button
The operation of a button of a particular remote control can be deleted.
For example, it allows the Holiday Lockout function set on one remote button of a
remote control to be cleared, without affecting the other operations that the same
remote control performs. The remote control is required for this operation
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• Delete All Remotes
Clears the entire memory. All remote controls will be erased
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• Delete Remote by Button
Use this procedure to remove the remote control from the system.
All button functionality will be removed. The remote control is required for
this operation
25.10.4. Edit Remote Button
Change the function on one remote button to perform another function.
For example, button one’s function is to open the gate completely. To change this
to PED, select the edit Remote Button menu, use edit Remote Button, select PED,
button one of the same remote will now only open the gate to the pedestrian
setting. This function can also be used to change the button functionality from
‘pulse/momentary’ to ‘latched’.
25.10.5. Remote Control Menu locked
Allows the Remote Controls Menu to be locked, preventing the unauthorised
addition of new remote controls to the system. Once enabled, the Remote
Controls Menu can only be accessed by pressing a valid remote control button.
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FACTORY DEFAULTS SCHEDULE
26. Factory Defaults Schedule
26.1. South African Standard Profile - ZA
Parameter Description
Minimum
Default
Autoclose Status
On/Off
Off
Autoclose from Fully Open
On/Off
On
Autoclose from Partly Open
On/Off
On
Autoclose from Partly Closed
Autoclose Time
Autoclose Override Time
Mode of Operation
On/Off
Maximum
Off
min:sec
00:00
Seconds
2
0:15
04:00
3
15
Standard
STD, REV, CON1
Motor M Opening Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor M Closing Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor S Opening Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor S Closing Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Collisions
1
4
255
Maximum Collisions
Collision Alarm Output
PCM2 Status
PCM2 Type
PCM2 Short Stop Distance
PCM2 Force
POM Status
Buzzer, Light,
Safe Com,
Sol , LED
Buzzer
On/Off
Off
Master, Slave,
Master & Slave,
Short Stop
Master
Only
mm of piston
stroke
1
5
20
%(A)
33 (2A)
50 (3A)
100 (6A)
On/Off
Off
POM3 Type
Master, Slave,
Master & Slave
Master
Only
POM3 Force
%(A)
3
Leaf Delay Status
Leaf Delay
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Unit
Opening Speed
33 (2A)
On/Off
50 (3A)
100 (6A)
Off
mm of piston
stroke
1
10
250
mm/sec
10
32
Max
1. STD, REV, CON (Modes of Operation) - Standard, Reversing, Condominium
2. PCM - Positive Close Mode
3. POM - Positive Open Mode
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Parameter Description
Closing Speed
Unit
Minimum Default Maximum
mm/sec
10
32
Max
Ramp-up Distance
mm of piston
stroke
20
30
100
Ramp-down Distance
mm of piston
stroke
30
50
100
Crawl Distance
mm of piston
stroke
5
5
100
Push Force Limit
Amps
5
15
15
Pre-Open Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
03:16
Pre-Close Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
03:16
TRG Stop Distance
mm of piston
stroke
10
20
100
IRB Stop Distance
mm of piston
stroke
10
20
100
PED Open Distance
% of piston
stroke
10
30
100
PED Autoclose Time
min:sec
00:00
00:05
04:00
PED Pre-Open Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:02
04:00
PED Pre-Close Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
04:00
Gate Lock Enabled
Yes/No
No
Magnetic/Striker
Striker
Gate Lock Type
Gate Lock Pre-Release Time
Seconds
0.0
0.0
24.0
Gate Lock Release Time
Seconds
0.1
1.0
24.0
Gate Lock Location
Gate Lock Drive Type
AC, DC
h:mm:ss
Courtesy Light Profile
Close
Only
CLS, OPN, BTH4
Courtesy Light Time
AC
0:00:04
CUR, PFA, PFB,
PFC5
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4. CLS, OPN, BTH - Closed Position, Open Position, Both (Open & Closed Positions)
5. CUR, PFA, PFB, PFC - Courtesy, Profile A, Profile B, Profile C
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26.1. South African Standard Profile - ZA (continued)
FACTORY DEFAULTS SCHEDULE
26.1. South African Standard Profile - ZA
Parameter Description
Unit
PIRAC Enabled
On/Off
Off
IR Beam Test Enabled
On/Off
Off
IRBC, IRBO,
IRBO & IRBC6
IRBC
Only
IRBO acts as IRBC
On/Off
Off
IRB Ambush Alarm
On/Off
Off
IRB Ambush Alarm
Hold-Off Time
h:mm:ss
IRB Break-In Alarm
On/Off
Off
IRB Alarms Output
Buzz, Light,
Safe Com,
Sol, LED
Buzzer
IR Beam Test
0:01:00
0:01:00
Diagnostic Screen Enabled
On/Off
Off
Test Pushbutton Enabled
On/Off
Off
Remote Menu Locked
Operator Selection
Yes/No
No
VC, VX,VN7
VN
6. IRBC, IRBO - Closing Infrared Beam, Opening Infrared Beam
7. VC, VX, VN - VECTOR2, VERT-X, VANTAGE
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Minimum Default Maximum
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Parameter Description
Unit
Minimum
Default
Autoclose Status
On/Off
Off
Autoclose from Fully Open
On/Off
On
Autoclose from Partly Open
On/Off
On
Autoclose from Partly Closed
Autoclose Time
Autoclose Override Time
Mode of Operation
On/Off
Maximum
Off
min:sec
00:00
Seconds
2
0:15
04:00
3
15
Standard
STD, REV, CON1
Motor M Opening Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor M Closing Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor S Opening Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor S Closing Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Collisions
1
4
255
Maximum Collisions
Collision Alarm Output
PCM2 Status
PCM2 Type
PCM2 Short Stop Distance
PCM2 Force
POM Status
Buzz, Light,
Safe Com,
Sol, LED
Buzzer
On/Off
Off
Master, Slave,
Master & Slave,
Short Stop
Master
Only
mm of piston
stroke
1
5
20
%(A)
33 (2A)
50 (3A)
100 (6A)
On/Off
Off
POM3 Type
Master, Slave,
Master & Slave
Master
Only
POM3 Force
%(A)
3
Leaf Delay Status
Leaf Delay
33 (2A)
On/Off
100 (6A)
Off
mm of piston
stroke
1
10
250
mm/sec
10
24
33
1. STD, REV, CON (Modes of Operation) - Standard, Reversing, Condominium
2. PCM - Positive Close Mode
3. POM - Positive Open Mode
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50 (3A)
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Opening Speed
FACTORY DEFAULTS SCHEDULE
26.2. CE Standard Profile (continued)
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26.2. CE Standard Profile
Parameter Description
Closing Speed
Minimum Default Maximum
mm/sec
10
24
33
Ramp-up Distance
mm of piston
stroke
20
30
100
Ramp-down Distance
mm of piston
stroke
30
50
100
Crawl Distance
mm of piston
stroke
5
5
100
Amps
5
15
15
Push Force Limit
Pre-Open Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
03:16
Pre-Close Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
03:16
TRG Stop Distance
mm of piston
stroke
20
20
100
IRB Stop Distance
mm of piston
stroke
20
20
100
PED Open Distance
% of piston
stroke
10
30
100
PED Autoclose Time
min:sec
00:00
00:05
04:00
PED Pre-Open Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:02
04:00
PED Pre-Close Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
04:00
Gate Lock Enabled
Gate Lock Type
Yes/No
No
Magnetic/Striker
Striker
Gate Lock Pre-Release Time
Seconds
0.0
0.0
24.0
Gate Lock Release Time
Seconds
0.1
1.0
24.0
Gate Lock Location
Close
Only
CLS, OPN, BTH4
Gate Lock Drive Type
AC, DC
Courtesy Light Time
h:mm:ss
Courtesy Light Profile
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Unit
AC
0:00:04
CUR, PFA, PFB,
PFC5
4. CLS, OPN, BTH - Closed Position, Open Position, Both (Open & Closed Positions)
5. CUR, PFA, PFB, PFC - Courtesy, Profile A, Profile B, Profile C
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Parameter Description
Unit
Minimum Default Maximum
PIRAC Enabled
On/Off
Off
IR Beam Test Enabled
On/Off
On
IRBC, IRBO,
IRBO & IRBC6
IRBC
Only
IRBO acts as IRBC
On/Off
Off
IRB Ambush Alarm
On/Off
Off
IRB Ambush Alarm
Hold-Off Time
h:mm:ss
IRB Break-In Alarm
On/Off
Off
IRB Alarms Output
Buzz, Light,
Safe Com,
Sol, LED
Buzzer
Diagnostic Screen Enabled
On/Off
Off
Test Pushbutton Enabled
On/Off
On
IR Beam Test
Remote Menu Locked
Operator Selection
Yes/No
VC, VX,VN7
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26.2. CE Standard Profile (continued)
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26.3. UL325 Standard Profile
Parameter Description
Minimum
Default
Autoclose Status
On/Off
Off
Autoclose from Fully Open
On/Off
On
Autoclose from Partly Open
On/Off
On
Autoclose from Partly Closed
Autoclose Time
Autoclose Override Time
Mode of Operation
On/Off
Maximum
Off
min:sec
00:00
Seconds
2
0:15
04:00
3
15
Standard
STD, REV, CON1
Motor M Opening Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor M Closing Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Motor S Opening Force
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Level
1
3
Max (6)
Collisions
1
2
2
Motor S Closing Force
Maximum Collisions
Collision Alarm Output
PCM2 Status
PCM2 Type
PCM2 Short Stop Distance
PCM2 Force
POM Status
Buzzer, Light,
Safe Com,
Sol, LED
Buzzer
On/Off
Off
Master, Slave,
Master & Slave,
Short Stop
Master
Only
mm of piston
stroke
1
5
20
%(A)
33 (2A)
50 (3A)
100 (6A)
On/Off
Off
POM3 Type
Master, Slave,
Master & Slave
Master
Only
POM3 Force
%(A)
3
Leaf Delay Status
Leaf Delay
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Unit
Opening Speed
33 (2A)
On/Off
50 (3A)
100 (6A)
Off
mm of piston
stroke
1
10
250
mm/sec
10
32
33
1. STD, REV, CON (Modes of Operation) - Standard, Reversing, Condominium
2. PCM - Positive Close Mode
3. POM - Positive Open Mode
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Parameter Description
Closing Speed
Unit
Minimum Default Maximum
mm/sec
10
32
33
Ramp-up Distance
mm of piston
stroke
20
30
100
Ramp-down Distance
mm of piston
stroke
30
50
100
Crawl Distance
mm of piston
stroke
5
5
100
Push Force Limit
Amps
5
15
15
Pre-Open Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
03:16
Pre-Close Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
03:16
TRG Stop Distance
mm of piston
stroke
10
20
100
IRB Stop Distance
mm of piston
stroke
10
20
100
PED Open Distance
% of piston
stroke
10
30
100
PED Autoclose Time
min:sec
00:00
00:05
04:00
PED Pre-Open Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:02
04:00
PED Pre-Close Delay Time
min:sec
00:00
00:00
04:00
Gate Lock Enabled
Yes/No
No
Magnetic/Striker
Striker
Gate Lock Type
Gate Lock Pre-Release Time
Seconds
0.0
0.0
24.0
Gate Lock Release Time
Seconds
0.1
1.0
24.0
Gate Lock Location
Gate Lock Drive Type
AC, DC
h:mm:ss
Courtesy Light Profile
Close
Only
CLS, OPN, BTH4
Courtesy Light Time
AC
0:00:04
CUR, PFA, PFB,
PFC5
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4. CLS, OPN, BTH - Closed Position, Open Position, Both (Open & Closed Positions)
5. CUR, PFA, PFB, PFC - Courtesy, Profile A, Profile B, Profile C
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26.3. UL325 Standard Profile (continued)
FACTORY DEFAULTS SCHEDULE
26.3. UL325 Standard Profile
Parameter Description
Unit
Minimum Default Maximum
PIRAC Enabled
On/Off
Off
IR Beam Test Enabled
On/Off
Off
IRBC, IRBO,
IRBO & IRBC6
IRBC
Only
IRBO acts as IRBC
On/Off
Off
IRB Ambush Alarm
On/Off
Off
IRB Ambush Alarm
Hold-Off Time
h:mm:ss
IRB Break-In Alarm
On/Off
Off
IRB Alarms Output
Buzz, Light,
Safe Com,
Sol, LED
Buzzer
IR Beam Test
0:01:00
Diagnostic Screen Enabled
On/Off
Off
Test Pushbutton Enabled
On/Off
Off
Remote Menu Locked
Operator Selection
Yes/No
VC, VX,VN
4:00:00
No
7
6. IRBC, IRBO - Closing Infrared Beam, Opening Infrared Beam
7. VC, VX, VN - VECTOR2, VERT-X, VANTAGE
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S Sens1
Slave Motor (MTR S). Connects to the thin PURPLE wire of the
Slave Motor.
S Sens2
Slave Motor (MTR S). Connects to the thin BLUE wire of the Slave Motor.
M Sens1
Master Motor (MTR M). Connects to the thin PURPLE wire of the Master
Motor.
M Sens2
Master Motor (MTR M). Connects to the thin BLUE wire of the Master
Motor.
Sens +
Operator sensor power connection. A 5V output for connecting to the thin
RED sensor wire on both the MTR M and MTR S operators.
Sens -
Operator sensor power connection. A 0V output for connecting to the thin
BLACK sensor wire on both the MTR M and MTR S operators.
Safe CLS
DESCRIPTION OF TERMINAL FUNCTIONS
27. Description of Terminal Functions
Closing Beam Safety Input. (A normally-closed potential-free input.)
As long as a connection between this input and Com is maintained the
Controller will behave normally. When this connection is broken it will
prevent the gate from closing if it is stationary, and will stop and reverse
the gate if it is closing. This input has no effect if the gate is opening.
If the Safe CLS function is not required a link must be fitted
between Safe CLS and Com for the Controller to operate normally.1
Safe OPN
Opening Beam Safety Input. (A normally-closed potential-free input.)
For as long as a connection between this input and Com is maintained
the Controller will behave normally. When this connection is broken it will
prevent the gate from opening if it is stationary, and will stop and partially
reverse the gate if it is opening. This Input has no effect if the gate is closing.
If the Safe Open and reverse functions are not required a link
must be fitted between safe Open and Com for the Controller to
operate normally.1
1. When setting up the Controller for the first time or after a full reset back to the Factory Default
settings has been performed, the system will electronically override the Safety Inputs and allow
the system to function without the links. However, if safeties are connected to either or both
inputs, thereafter there must be a normally-closed circuit maintained for the system to operate
correctly. I.e. if Safety Beams are fitted and then removed, the circuit which is affected must be
replaced with a wire link to create a normally-closed circuit.
LCK/STP
Holiday Lockout. (A normally-closed potential-free input.) For as long as
a connection between this input and Com is maintained the Controller will
behave normally. But, when this connection to Com is broken all inputs
are inhibited.
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If the LCK function is not required a link must be fitted between
LCK and Com.
DESCRIPTION OF TERMINAL FUNCTIONS
SECTION 27
TRG
Trigger input. (A normally-open potential-free input.) Momentarily
connecting this input to Com will cause the gate to open or close
depending on the operating mode selected. For more information, see the
Autoclose feature and Modes of Operation.
PED
Pedestrian Opening input. (A normally-open potential-free input.)
Momentarily connecting this input to Com will cause one gate to open
to the Pedestrian open position. For more information, refer to the
Pedestrian feature.
FRX
Free-exit input. (A normally-open potential-free input.) Momentarily
connecting this input to Com will cause a gate which is closed, or closing,
to open or re-open. If the gate is open, the signal has no effect other than
to reset the Autoclose Timer (if selected.) Free-exit (FRX) never initiates
a closing cycle. The only way to close a gate, if only the FRX input is used,
is to activate the Autoclose feature on the Controller. Please refer to
page 40.
LIT
LIT Activates the Pillar Light output. (A normally-open potential-free
input.) Momentarily connecting this input to Com will cause the LIGHT
relay to energise for a period of time as set in the Courtesy Light Timer
menu. If the connection is made for a period exceeding 3 seconds the
Pillar Light Relay will latch and remain latched indefinitely until a new
momentary connection to Com is made.
LED
External gate status indicator. (A low-current output signal.) An output
terminal which provides a low-current drive (approx. 4.5V DC, 20mA) to
an LED which can be used to indicate the gate status remotely. If more
LEDs are required, it is necessary to fit the CP78 MULTI-LED driver card.
For more details on the feedback about the status of the gate provided by
the Status LED, refer to page 69.
Com
The Common termination point. All trigger signals etc., have their return
path to one of the Com terminals.
Aux 12V
Auxiliary power connection. Provides a +12V DC supply for auxiliary
equipment such as a radio receiver, Safety Beams, etc. It is linked directly
to the battery positive via a 3A resettable fuse.
Safe Com
Used for switching the power supply to the Safety Beam transmitter.
If automatic beam testing is required, the negative power supply
connection of the beam transmitter must be wired to this point.
Sol
Solenoid strike or magnetic lock. A solenoid strike lock or magnetic lock
can be connected between 12V and Sol. Note that the maximum current
draw allowed for the lock is 2A. Should the solenoid lock or magnetic lock
exceed this current rating it is necessary to use an interposing relay.
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Light
Pillar Light connection. These two terminals provide a normally-open
potential-free contact which is generally used to switch on a Pillar Light
(Courtesy Light). This contact is fuse-protected - refer to page 34 for
Fuse Protection details.
Batt +
Positive battery connection. (Battery terminal normally indicated as + or
RED)
Batt -
Negative battery connection. (Battery terminal normally indicated
as - or BLACK)
MTR M+
Master Motor power connection. (Thick BLUE wire)
MTR M-
Master Motor power connection. (Thick BLACK wire)
MTR S+
Slave Motor power connection. (Thick BLUE wire)
MTR S-
Slave Motor power connection. (Thick BLACK wire)
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DESCRIPTION OF TERMINAL FUNCTIONS
Particularly with magnetic locks, ensure that the steady state
current draw calculated over a 24 hour period and added to this,
the quiescent current draw of the Controller, other peripherals and
the usage of the motors, does not exceed the current delivered
by the charger. If necessary, fit a separate supply to power the lock using an interposing relay connected to the Sol input.
DIAGNOSTICS
28. Diagnostics
28.1. Diagnostic LEDs
The Controller is fitted with diagnostic lights (LEDs) that assist with the setup and
maintenance of the gate.
Figure 36 below provides the description and purpose of the indicator lights also
indicating the location on the Controller.
Safe CLS (Safety Closing Beam)
On when the Closing Beam is not
obstructed
Off when closing safeties obstructed
Safe OPN (Safety Opening Beam)
On when the opening beam is not obstructed
Off when opening safeties obstructed
LCK/STP
On when system ready to operate
Off when system locked
TRG
On when the trigger signal is present
Off when no signal
PED
On when the pedestrian signal is present
Off when no signal
FRX
On when a free-exit signal is present
Off when no signal
LIT
On when signal present
Off when no signal
FIGURE 36
LED
On when gate open
Off when gate closed
Flashing when gate in motion
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See Table 5 on page 69 for LED diagnostic features.
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DIAGNOSTICS
28.2. Gate Status LED Indication
Slow regular flash
Gate is opening
Fast regular flash
Gate is closing
One flash every two seconds
Courtesy Light latched on
Two flashes every two seconds
Mains Failure
Three flashes every two seconds
Battery-low
Collision Shutdown
Four flashes every two seconds
Multiple Collisions have occurred
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28.3. LCD Display
The LCD display shows useful information regarding the status of the system
FIGURE 37. CONTROLLER SCREEN
28.3.1. Battery icon
Indicates the state of charge of the battery:
• Four solid bars = full capacity
• Two solid bars = 50% capacity
• No solid bars, with the icon flashing = battery empty
28.3.2. Mains icon
Displays the presence/absence of mains voltage:
• Plug solid = mains present and battery charging
• Plug hollow and flashing = no mains present and battery not charging
28.3.3. Autoclose information
• Displays the state of the Autoclose function
• Displays OFF if Autoclose is not selected
• OVR if Autoclose is overridden
• Remaining Autoclose time if Autoclose is active
28.3.4. Pillar Light information
• Displays the remaining light time if Courtesy Light Mode is selected
• Pre-flashing Mode is displayed if Pre-flash is selected
• LIT will be indicated if the Pillar Light has been turned on permanently
28.3.5. Onboard receiver information
Displays the current input being activated by the onboard receiver
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28.3.6. Status information
Displays useful information regarding the status of the gate
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DIAGNOSTICS
28.4. Buzzer Feedback
The V-Series Controller is equipped with an onboard buzzer which is used for various
features and functions on the Controller. One of the functions it provides is audible
diagnostic feedback as detailed.
Priority
Number
of beeps
Fault
type
Gate
continues
to operate
User
can
correct
error
Break-in
Alarm
1
1 beep periodically
for 30 seconds
Alarm
N/A
N/A
Ambush
Alarm
2
Periodic until
condition
is cleared by user
Alarm
N/A
N/A
Battery-low
3
3 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Power
system fault
Yes1
Yes
Multiple
Collision
4
Periodic until
condition
is cleared by user
(500/500ms)
Collision
No
Yes
Holiday
Lockout
5
5 beeps after
trigger activation
User
No
Yes
1. Gates will close fully and then shut down for two minutes
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INSTALLATION HANDOVER
29. Installation Handover
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 AN AUTOMATED
GATE!
Even if the user has used one before, it does not mean he knows how to SAFELY operate
it. Make sure that the user fully understands the following safety requirements before
finally handing over the site.
The following needs to be understood by the user:
• How to operate the manual release mechanism. (Show them how by demonstration)
• How the obstruction detection and all other safety features work. (Show them how by
demonstration)
• All the features and benefits of the operator, i.e. Beams, etc.
• All the safety considerations associated with operating an automated gate. The user
should be able to pass this knowledge on to all other users of the automated system and
must be made aware of this responsibility.
• Do not activate the gate operator unless you can see it and can determine that
its area of travel is clear of people, pets, or other obstructions
• NO ONE MAY CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING GATE. Always keep people and
objects away from the gate and its area of travel
• NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE OR PLAY WITH THE GATE CONTROLS, and do
not allow children or pets near the gate area
• Be careful with moving parts and avoid close proximity to areas where fingers
or hands could be pinched
• Secure all easily-accessible gate operator controls in order to prevent
unauthorised use of the gate
• Keep the automated gate system properly maintained, and ensure that all
working areas are free of debris and other objects that could affect the gate
operation and safety
• On a monthly basis, check the obstruction detection system and safety devices
for correct operation
• All repair and service work to this product must be done by a
suitably qualified person
SECTION 29
• This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated
in this documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here, could
compromise the good condition/operation of the product and/or be a source of
danger!
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd does not accept any liability caused by improper use of
the product, or for use other than that for which the automated system was designed.
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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