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AUTOMATIC TECHNOLOGY AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
GDO-6 v2 Slim-Drive EasyRoller®
ROLL UP GARAGE DOOR OPENER
OWNERS COPY
Installation Instructions
WARNING
It is vital for the safety of persons to follow all
instructions. Failure to comply with the installation
instructions and the safety warnings may result in
serious personal injury and/or property and remote
control opener damage.
Please save these instructions for future reference.
Declaration Of Conformity
Automatic garage door opener model GDO-6 and accessories conforms to the applicable sections of EN60335-1
(1994), EN60335-2-95 (2001), EN55014-1 (2001), EN55014-2 (1997), EN61000-3-2 (1995), EN61000-3-3 (1994),
EN 301 489-3:V1.4.1(2002-08), EN 301 489-1:V1.4.1(2002-08), EN300 220-3V1.1.1(2000-09), EN 300 2201V1.3.1(2002-09), EN50366:2003 and to the provisions of the European Directives, 73/73/EEC, 89/336/EEC and
1999/5/EC.
All relevant technical files for the GDO-6 opener and accessories will be made available if so requested by the authorities.
Declaration of Incorporation
Automatic garage door opener model GDO-6 when installed and maintained in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions in combination with an appropriate size and weight Garage Door, which has been installed and maintained
in accordance to the manufacturers instructions, meet the provisions of the Machinery directive 89/392/EEC,
98/37/EC.
It is the responsibility of the installing company
1. as the responsible person to ensure that doors and drive units are correctly matched prior to installation.
2. as the responsible person to ensure that a nominated person should confirm that the power operated door
has been installed in accordance with the instructions provided by the door manufacturer and the
installation instructions provided by ATA.
3. as the responsible person to check after installation the operation of the power operated door .
4. as the responsible person to test and verify the sensitivity of the unit when striking an object in accordance
with the procedure detailed in the installation instructions provided with the unit by ATA.
5. as the responsible person to check after installation and verify the suitability and operation of any external
safety devices such as safety beams.
6. to attach a CE label to the door with the name and address of the installing company, a unique door
reference number and the installation date. The installing company should then issue a Declaration of
Conformity to the client and one copy is to be kept by the installing company together with the two
declarations of incorporation.
Maximum Door Size: 2700mm Height X 5500mm Width.
Maximum Door Weight: 90Kg.
This declaration is made by
Peter Matthews
General Manager
Automatic Technology Australia Pty. Ltd.
17-19 Advantage Road,
Highett, Australia
Tel: +61 3 9532 2788
Installers Name
Signature
Company Name
Address
Installation Date
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Warnings........................................................... 4
Product Features.......................................................... 5
Operating Controls...................................................... 6
Package Contents........................................................ 8
Side Room Requirements..............................................9
Fixing Weight Bars...................................................
9
Fitting Locking Bar Covers ..........................................9
Easy Access Transmitter................................................
10
Mounting The Opener............................................... 11
Fixing Curtain To Drum........................................... 12
Setting Limits Via Control Panel................................12
Setting Limits Via Transmitter....................................13
Setting Obstruction Force Margin (ISS).....................14
Re-Calculating Force Margin Sensitivity................... 14
Coding Transmitters ...................................................15
Deleting Transmitters ...................................................
16
Connecting Photo Electric Beam................................17
Setting Auto-Close Time.............................................17
Using Manual Release...................................................
17
Setting Courtesy Light Time.......................................18
Setting Pet Mode Door Opening Position.................. 18
Resetting Factory Defaults......................................... 18
Door Status Indicators.................................................19
Buttons and Functions.................................................19
Factory Default Settings..............................................20
Technical Specifications............................................. 20
Trouble Shooting Guide..............................................21
Parts List......................................................................22
Warranty.......................................................................23
Supplier/Installer Information.....................................24
Automatic Technology Australia Pty Ltd to the extent that such may be lawfully excluded hereby expressly disclaims all conditions or warranties,
statutory or otherwise which may be implied by laws as conditions or warranties of purchase of an Automatic Technology Australia Pty Ltd Roll
Up Garage Door Opener. Automatic Technology Australia Pty Ltd hereby further expressly excludes all or any liability for any injury, damage,
cost, expense or claim whatsoever suffered by any person as a result whether directly or indirectly from failure to install the Automatic Technology
Australia Roll Up Garage Door Opener in accordance with these installation instructions.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Warning - It is vital for the safety of persons to follow all instructions. Failure to comply
with the following Safety Rules may result in serious personal injury and/or property damage.
For ADDITIONAL SAFETY protection we
STRONGLY recommend the fitting of a Photo Electric
Beam. In most countries Photo Electric Beams are
mandatory on all garage doors fitted with automatic
openers. For a small additional outlay ATA recommends
that Photo Electric Beams be installed with the
automatic opener ensuring additional safety and peace
of mind.
The unit should be installed so that it is protected from
the elements. It should not be exposed to water or rain.
It is not to be immersed in water or sprayed directly by
a hose or other water carrying device.
The garage door must be WELL BALANCED.
Sticking or binding doors must be repaired by a
qualified garage door installer prior to installation of the
opener.
DO NOT operate the garage door opener unless the
garage door is in full view and free from objects such as
cars and children/people. Make sure that the door has
finished moving before entering or leaving the garage.
Frequently examine the installation, in particular
cables, springs and mountings for signs of wear,
damage or imbalance. DO NOT use if repair or
adjustment is needed since a fault in the installation or
an incorrectly balanced door may cause injury. DO
NOT attempt to repair the door yourself as hardware is
under extreme tension.
DO NOT operate the garage door opener when
children/persons are near the door. Children must be
supervised near the garage door at all times when the
door opener is in use. SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY and/or property damage can result from failure
to follow this warning.
REMOVE OR DISENGAGE all garage door locks
and mechanisms prior to installation of the opener.
DO NOT allow children to operate the garage door
opener. SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY and/or
property damage can result from failure to follow this
warning.
Connect the garage door opener to a properly
EARTHED general purpose 240V mains power outlet
installed by a qualified electrical contractor. The outlet
(and opener) must be positioned so that it is easily
accessible.
Regularly check to make sure that the SAFETY
OBSTRUCTION FORCE is working correctly, and is
TESTED (by placing a 50mm high object on the floor)
and set as per the Installation Instructions Manual.
Failure to follow the manual could result in SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY and/or property damage. This
test must be repeated at regular intervals and the
necessary adjustments made as required.
DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD from mains
power before making any repairs or removing covers.
Only EXPERIENCED service personnel should
remove covers from the garage door opener.
When using auto close mode, a PHOTO ELECTRIC
BEAM must be fitted correctly and tested for operation
at regular intervals. EXTREME CAUTION is
recommended when using auto close mode. ALL
SAFETY RULES must be followed.
DO NOT disengage the door opener to manual
operation with children/persons or any other objects
including motor vehicles within the doorway.
In order for the garage door opener to SENSE an object
obstructing the door way, some FORCE must be
exerted on the object. As a result the object, door and/or
person may suffer DAMAGE or INJURY.
Install the wall switch or wall mounted transmitter in a
location where it is out of reach of children and the
garage door is visible.
The door opener is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without adequate supervision.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the remote transmitters or the opener.
If the power supply cord is damaged, it MUST be
replaced by an ATA service agent or suitably qualified
person.
Make sure that the door is fully open before driving in
or out of the garage and fully closed before leaving the
driveway.
Keep hands and loose clothing CLEAR of the door and
door opener at all times.
If the roll up door is the only entrance to the garage and
a battery back up kit is not fitted to the opener - a keyed
cable release should be fitted to the exterior of the
garage.
Make sure that remote controls are kept out of reach of
children.
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FEATURES
Thank you for purchasing the SlimDrive EasyRoller® Automatic Garage
Door Opener. This opener is designed to
suit vertical operating continuous
curtain roll up doors. The components
and materials used in this opener are of
the latest technology and highest
quality. Listed below are some of the
many features.
OPERATION
To open or close the door simply press
the keyring transmitter, easy access
transmitter, or optional wall switch for
two seconds. During an open or close
cycle the door can be stopped by
pressing the button while the door is in
motion. The next actuation will move
the door in the opposite direction.
HOPPING CODE
Every time a transmission is made from
the remote transmitter a new security
code is generated. The number of
possible code combinations is over 4.29
billion. This greatly enhances the
security of the system. Code “grabbing”
is made a thing of the past.
ALPS (AUTOMATIC LIMITS
POSITIONING SYSTEM)
The new ALPS technology does away
with manual adjustment of the doors’
limits position using mechanical parts,
such as cams and micro switches.
The ALPS system automatically
calculates the doors’ travel limits and
stores it in memory. If the door is
moved manually within the travel limits
during a power failure, the ALPS will
recognise this once the power is
restored and stop at the correct limit
position if the door is activated.
During installation the hand held
transmitter can be programmed to set
the door limits positions.
ISS (INTELLIGENT SAFETY
OBSTRUCTION SYSTEM)
Whilst performing a close cycle the
door will automatically reverse if it
should hit an obstacle or is restricted in
some manner. The amount of force the
door should encounter before reversing
is automatically adjusted by the control
system during the initialisation of the
opener. The door will also stop if
restricted whilst opening. The safety
obstruction force should be checked at
least once a month. See installation
manual for instructions.
SECURITY CODE STORE
The EasyRoller® Garage Door Opener
uses state of the art technology in
storing transmitter codes. Up to 24
different transmitters can be stored in
the openers memory.
OVER LOAD INDICATOR
When the maximum opening and
closing capacity of the opener is
exceeded an audible beeper will sound
to indicate that an overload has
occurred.
AUTO COURTESY LIGHT
The opener’s courtesy light illuminates
automatically whenever the door is
activated. The light can also be
switched on and off without operating
the door. This is done by pressing the
button on any transmitter which has
been coded to operate the light. The
light will stay on for approximately
three minutes then switch off. This time
is also adjustable.
BATTERY BACK UP (OPTIONAL)
The opener has provision to include a
battery back up module. This is an ideal
addition if the garage door is the only
entrance to the garage or if the area is
prone to power cuts.
Note: If the roll up door is the only
entrance to the garage and a battery
back up kit is not fitted to the opener - a
keyed cable release should be fitted to
the exterior of the garage.
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VACATION MODE
A transmitter can be programmed to
block out all other transmitters that have
been programmed into the opener’s
memory. Vacation mode is ideal for
homes with non-permanent tenancy or
when the door is to be left idle for long
periods of time.
PET (PEDESTRIAN) MODE
A transmitter can be programmed to
open the door partially so that the
family pet can enter and exit the garage
at any time. If required, you may also
wish to open the door to a height
suitable only for pedestrian access. The
opening height is adjustable.
AUTO CLOSE MODE
The opener can be programmed to
automatically close after an open cycle.
It is compulsory to install a photo
electric beam if this mode is selected,
otherwise the door may cause personal
injury or damage to property. Auto close
time is adjustable.
PHOTO ELECTRIC BEAM
(OPTIONAL)
The opener has an input for a photo
electric beam to be connected for extra
safety protection and use of the auto
close mode.
MANUAL OPERATION
The opener is equipped with a unique
manual disengaging device. If the
power to the opener is disrupted for any
reason the door can be switched into
manual mode by pulling down on the
string handle, then releasing. This will
allow you to manually open or close the
door. By repeating this action the
opener is returned to automatic mode.
EASY ACCESS TRANSMITTER
Inside the manual release handle is a
transmitter designed to be in easy reach
so that the garage door can be operated
without having to stretch to reach the
O/S/C button on the control panel.
OPERATING CONTROLS
1.
P. E. SHUNT. The shunt has to be
removed when connecting a Photo
Electric Beam.
NOTE: P.E. SHUNT must not be
removed otherwise the opener will
not function correctly. Remove
only when a P.E beam is to be
connected.
6.
NOTE: The close safety
obstruction
detection
is
inoperable whenever the Close
Drive button is used to move
door. This button is disabled
after initialisation.
24V OUTPUT supplies 24V DC
at 30mA to power an external
receiver, or electronic device, etc.
O/S/C INPUT is used for the
connection of a wired switch
(momentary contact). This switch
can then be used to open, stop or
close the door.
LIGHT INPUT is used to control
the courtesy lights either
independently via remote control
or when the door is activated.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
CLOSE LIMIT LED (red) is very
helpful during installation. It
illuminates and flashes when the
door is closing and remains steady
on when the close limit position
has been reached.
8.
AUTO CLOSE TIME button is
used to adjust the auto close time.
While holding in the auto close
button and then pressing the open
button the time is increased. Each
press will increase the time by one
second. Pressing the close button
will decrease the time.
LIGHT CODE button (white) is
used for storing or erasing the
transmitter button (code) you wish
to use to switch the opener’s
courtesy light on and off.
CODING LED (red) light
indicates whether a code is being
stored or when a transmitter button
is pressed.
DOOR CODE button (blue) is
used for storing or erasing the
transmitter button you wish to use
to command the door to open, stop
or close.
STATUS LED (Yellow) indicates
if opener is overloaded or requires
service.
CLOSE drive button (red) is used
only during installation to help set
the close limit position. Pressing
and holding this button will move
the door in the close direction.
Movement stops when the button
is released.
9.
ENGAGE/DISENGAGEMENT
CORD is used to switch the door
into manual mode especially in
case of a power failure. The length
of the string is also adjustable.
EASY ACCESS
TRANSMITTER The “manual
release” engage/disengagement
handle has a wireless transmitter.
within its housing If the button is
pressed it will open, stop or close
the garage door.
10. SET button (orange) is used
during the installation phase
together with the Open and Close
buttons to set the door limit
positions. The Set button is also
used to re-initialise the opener.
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11. O/S/C button (Yellow) is used
after set up to test the Open, Stop
and Close cycles for the opener.
The opener has to be initialised by
the Set button before the O/S/C
button becomes operable.
12. BATTERY CHARGER INPUT
is used for the connection of a
battery back up kit.
13. OPEN DRIVE button (green) is
used only during installation to
help set the open limit position.
Pressing and holding this button
will move the door in the open
direction. Movement stops when
the button is released.
NOTE: The open safety
obstruction
detection
is
inoperable whenever the Close
Drive button is used to move
door. This button is disabled
after initialisation.
14. OPEN LIMIT LED (green) is
very helpful during installation. It
illuminates and flashes when the
door is opening and remains steady
on when the open limit position
has been reached.
15. FORCE MARGIN SET is used
to change the obstruction force
margin sensitivity. The obstruction
force pressure is set automatically
by the opener during installation.
The pressure can be adjusted
manually to compensate for
environmental factors such as
wind, etc. that may affect the
operation of the door/opener.
16. PROG INPUT is used for the
connection of the ATA Universal
Programmer for the purpose of
editing control and receiver
functions.
OPERATING CONTROLS
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
P.E. SHUNT, PE INPUT, OSC INPUT,
LIGHT INPUT, 24V DC OUTPUT
LIGHT CODE BUTTON (BLACK)
CODING LED (RED)
DOOR CODE BUTTON (BLUE)
DOOR STATUS LED (YELLOW)
CLOSE DRIVE BUTTON (RED)
CLOSE LIMIT LED (RED)
AUTO CLOSE TIME BUTTON
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
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ENGAGE/DISENGAGEMENT HANDLE
INC. EASY ACCESS TRANSMITTER
SET BUTTON (ORANGE)
O/S/C BUTTON (YELLOW)
FUSE
BATTERY CHARGER INPUT
OPEN DRIVE BUTTON (GREEN)
OPEN LIMIT LED(GREEN)
FORCE MARGIN SET BUTTON
PROGRAMMER INPUT
PACKAGE CONTENTS
ITEM
QUANTITY
GDO-6 SLIM-DRIVE EASYROLLER® DRIVE UNIT
1
EASY ACCESS TRANSMITTER EAT-1 (NOT INCLUDED IN SOME MODELS)
1
KEY RING TRANSMITTER PTX-4
2
PTX-4 WALL MOUNT BRACKET
1
ALKALINE BATTERY A23 12V
2
WEIGHT BAR (NOT INCLUDED IN SOME MODELS)
1
PAN HEAD SCREW M4x50mm (NOT INCLUDED IN SOME MODELS)
2
NILOCK HEX NUT M4 (NOT INCLUDED IN SOME MODELS)
2
FLAT WASHER I.D 3/16 x 1/2 (NOT INCLUDED IN SOME MODELS)
2
SCREW #6x1”
2
PLASTIC WALL PLUGS
2
LOCKING BAR COVERS
2
INSTALLATION MANUAL
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BEFORE INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INSTALLATION
FIG. 1
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Warning: Incorrect installation can lead to severe injury.
Follow ALL installation instructions.
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SIDE ROOM REQUIREMENTS
Fig. 1 shows the minimum and recommended side room that is
required to mount the opener. The distance between the edge of
the door curtain and the inside of the bracket must be at least
40mm. However, for easier access it is recommended that at
least 95mm is allowed .
1. CHECK OPERATION OF DOOR
BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION OF THE
EASYROLLER AUTOMATIC OPENER CHECK THE
OPERATION OF THE DOOR.
The door must be well balanced and be in a reasonable
operating condition. You should be able to lift the door
smoothly and with little resistance. It should stay open around
900mm to 1200mm above the floor. The door should not stick
or bind in the guide tracks. The ideal operational effort in
raising or lowering the door should not exceed a force of 10kg
(22 lbs.). Make sure that all door locks, ropes, chains etc. are
either released, or disabled and remove unnecessary
accessories.
MINIMUM
SIDE ROOM
RECOMMENDED
SIDE ROOM
FIG. 2
2. FIXING OF DOOR WEIGHT BAR
Move the door manually to the mid open position. Place the
weight bar on the bottom rail, in the middle of the door and
secure with the fasteners provided (Fig. 2). Check the operation
of the door again. If the door feels heavy it may require extra
tension to be added to the door springs. Refer to the door
Installation manual from the manufacturer on how to tension
the door.
3. INSTALLING LOCKING BAR COVERS
To protect against entrapment of fingers etc. inserted into door
guides – remove the protective backing of the double sided tape
and install the locking bar covers over the holes in each door
guide.
FIG. 3
Door Side Guide
Locking Bar Hole
Double Sided Tape
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EASY ACCESS TRANSMITTER
4. EASY ACCESS TRANSMITTER
FIG. 4
The Easy Access Transmitter is prepared ready for use with the
battery pre-installed. Before the transmitter can be operational,
the transmitter code has to be stored into the openers memory.
To store the code refer to Step 10.1 on page 15.
REMOVING THE COVER TO REPLACE BATTERY
1. Rotate the cover Clockwise to CLOSE
2. Rotate the cover Anti-clockwise to OPEN
REMOVING THE BATTERY
(Battery Type: 3V Lithium Battery CR1220).
Use a non-metallic object (e.g pen) to remove the battery.
Gently lever the battery out of the holder, taking care to not
damage the circuit board. (Fig. 6)
PRESS BUTTON
FIG. 5
WARNING
Metallic objects used to remove the battery may damage the
circuit board or the battery.
REPLACING THE BATTERY
Make sure that positive (+) side is facing up. Place one side of
the battery into the holder (Fig. 7), then press the battery in and
down firmly until it clicks into a flat position.
+
Note: The length of the manual release cord is user adjustable.
Simply slide the plastic toggle along the cord to achieve the
desired length. Adjust the length of the cord so that it can be
easily reached by an adult of average height (ie. less than 1.8m
tall).
ROTATE
FIG. 6
+
Note: Positive (+) side up
+
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FIG. 7
MOUNTING THE OPENER
5. FIXING DRIVE UNIT TO THE DOOR
FIG. 8
The EasyRoller Drive Assembly can be fixed to the roll up
garage door in a variety of ways. Described below is one
method of fixing. Make sure there is enough side room to slide
the drive assembly onto shaft.
PLEASE NOTE: THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIXING THE
DRIVE ASSEMBLY TO THE DOOR ARE FOR RIGHT
HAND INSTALLATION.
FITTING DRIVE UNIT TO DOOR
(Fig. 8, Fig. 9, and Fig. 10).
1. Check that the door shaft U bolt is securely tightened on the
left hand side of the door.
2. Raise the door and tie a rope around the centre to secure the
roll.
3. Support the right hand end of the door with a suitable prop,
e.g. step ladder and soft padding to protect door surface.
WARNING: DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN/PERSONS
AROUND THE DOOR AND PROP. SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE CAN RESULT
FROM FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING.
FIG. 9
4. Carefully loosen and remove the right hand door shaft
U-bolt.
5. Make sure that the door supporting prop is secure. While the
door is supported remove the right hand door mounting
bracket from wall.
6. Remove the drive assembly from the packaging. Try to
rotate the drive gear by pushing on the fork. If the gear
does not rotate the manual mode has to be selected. To
select pull downward on the string handle, then release
slowly. The drive gear should now rotate freely.
7. Slide the drive assembly over the door axle making sure that
the fork extends into and over one of the spokes of the door
drum wheel.
8. Refit the door mounting bracket to the wall. In some cases
the bracket may have to be re-positioned. Re-fit and tighten
the door shaft U-bolt. Remove door supporting prop and
untie the rope from the curtain.
9. Straighten the drive assembly and position as per Fig. 10.
Tighten the two locking bolts firmly to secure the Drive
Unit.
10. Check the manual operation of the door by raising and
lowering the door. The door should run smoothly and not
catch on any part of the drive assembly.
11. Adjust the length of the manual release cord so that it can
be easily reached by an adult of average height (ie. less than
1.8m tall).
FIG. 10
UNTIE ROPE
RE-FIT RIGHT BRACKET
NOTE: After installation, ensure that parts do not extend over
public footpaths or roads.
REMOVE PROP
TIGHTEN “U” BOLT NUTS
11
SETTING LIMITS
6. FIXING DOOR CURTAIN TO DRUM
WHEEL
FIG. 11
The door curtain has to be secured to the drum wheel with
suitable fasteners.
1. With the door in the fully closed position, mark the curtain
(Fig. 11) on both ends of the door.
2. Open door slightly to have access to the marked positions.
Secure the curtain to drum wheel using self drilling screws
(two on each end). The screws should be at least 90° apart.
7. SETTING DOOR TRAVEL LIMITS
POSITIONS VIA THE CONTROL PANEL
IMPORTANT NOTE: The O/S/C button will not function
until the open and close limits positions are set.
NOTE: The opener is factory preset for installation on the
RIGHT HAND SIDE. When the opener is mounted on the left
side of the door the opener will travel in reverse. To change the
direction of travel for LEFT HAND SIDE installation do the
following step - otherwise proceed with step 7.1:
FIG. 12
NOTE: Remove the control panel cover for access.
Remember to replace the cover when set up is complete.
1. Make sure the opener is engaged and power is connected.
2. Press the Close button briefly. The door should start to close.
3. If the door opens - release and press the OSC button within
2 seconds.
4. Press the Close button again to confirm that the door is
moving in the correct direction.
7.1 SETTING LIMITS POSITIONS
1. With the drive assembly in manual mode (Fig. 12) move the
door up by hand to an approximately mid open position.
2. Re-engage the drive gear to the door by pulling down on the
string and then releasing.
3. Press the Close button (Fig. 13), the door will start closing.
Release the button once you have reached your desired
closed limit position. (Adjust close position with Open
button if required).
4. Press the Set button. This action will store the closed limit
position into memory.
5. Press the Open button, the door will start opening. Release
the button once you have reached your desired open limit
position. (Adjust open position with Close button if
required).
IMPORTANT WARNING: The garage door will start
closing automatically once step 6 is performed. The door
will also automatically re-open after fully closing with a
short pause between the cycles.
6. Press the Set button (Fig. 13). This action will store into
memory the open limit position. The door will now
automatically close to its limit position then fully open to
calculate the safety obstruction forces (ISS). Please be aware
of the above warning. The opener can now be operated from
the O/S/C Button.
Go to STEP 9 and test the Safety Obstruction Force.
FIG. 13
7.2 RESETTING DOOR LIMIT POSITIONS
The door travel limit positions can be deleted for new
positions by following the steps below:
1. Press and hold the Close button (Fig. 13) for six (6) seconds
until you hear three beeps and the red Close Limit LED
starts to flash. Release the button.
2. Follow STEP 7.1 1 to 7 to set new travel limit positions.
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SETTING LIMITS
8. SETTING DOOR TRAVEL LIMIT
POSITIONS VIA THE REMOTE CONTROL
FIG. 14
IMPORTANT NOTE: The O/S/C button will not function
until the open and close limits position are set.
NOTE: The opener is factory preset for installation on the
RIGHT HAND SIDE. When the opener is mounted on the left
side of the door the opener will travel in reverse. To change the
direction of travel for LEFT HAND SIDE installation do the
following:
NOTE: Remove the control panel cover for access.
Remember to replace the cover when set up is complete.
1. Make sure the opener is engaged and power is connected.
2. Press the Close button briefly. The door should start to close.
3. If the door opens - release and press the OSC button within
2 seconds.
4. Press the Close button again to confirm that the door is
moving in the correct direction.
FIG. 15
INCH OPEN
BUTTON 1
SET
BUTTON 2
8.1 SETTING LIMITS
To code transmitter for setting limits
1. Press and hold the Door Code button (Fig. 14).
2. Press button 1 (Fig. 15) on the transmitter for two seconds.
Release and pause for two seconds. Press the same button
again on the transmitter for two seconds.
3. Release the Door Code button.
To set limits
4. With the opener in manual mode (Fig. 12) move the door up
by hand to an approximately mid open position.
5. Re-engage the opener.
6. Press button 4, the door will start closing, release the button
once you are 1 to 2 cm from your desired closed limit
position.
7. Press button 4 briefly, each press will enable you to inch the
door to your desired closed position. (Press button 1 to adjust
position if necessary).
8. Once you are happy with the position press button 2,
this action will store into memory the closed limit position.
9. Press button 1, the door will start opening. Release the
button once you are 1 to 2 cm from your desired open limit
position.
10. Press button 1 briefly. Each press will enable you to inch the
door to your desired closed position. (Press button 4 to
adjust position if necessary).
IMPORTANT WARNING: The garage door will start
closing automatically once step 11 is performed. The door
will also automatically re-open after fully closing with a
short pause between the cycles.
11. Once you are happy with the position press button 2, this
action will store into memory the open limit position. The
door will now automatically close to its limit position then
fully open to calculate the safety obstruction forces (ISS).
Please be aware of the above warning.
INCH CLOSE
BUTTON 4
8.2 RESETTING DOOR LIMITS POSITIONS
The door travel limit positions can be deleted for new
positions by following the steps below:
1. Press and hold the Close button (Fig. 16) for six (6) seconds
until you hear three beeps and the red Close Limit LED
starts to flash. Release the button.
2. Follow STEP 8.1 to set new travel limit positions.
Important: There is no need to re-code the transmitter used for
setting the limit positions. After the limits are reset the
transmitter will automatically reset to normal operation.
Go to STEP 9 and test the Safety Obstruction Force.
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SETTING SAFETY OBSTRUCTION FORCE
9. SAFETY OBSTRUCTION TEST
FIG. 16
Please take care when testing the Safety Obstruction Force.
Due to Excessive forces failure to follow this warning may
cause SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY and/or property
damage. The test below should be repeated at regular
intervals (approximately every two months).
9.1 TESTING CLOSE CYCLE
1. Open the door by pressing the Yellow O/S/C button (Fig. 16).
2. Place a length of timber approximately 50mm high on the
floor directly under the door (Fig. 17).
3. Press the Yellow O/S/C button to close door. The door
should strike the object and start to re-open.
4. Press again to close the door. When the door is
approximately one metre above the floor, hold the bottom
rail of the door firmly, the door should reopen. If the door
stops and fails to re-open, it is possible that the motor
direction is set incorrectly. Change the motor direction as
per Step 7 and re-test.
FIG. 17
IMPORTANT WARNING: If the test fails, there may be a
problem with the door, discontinue use, put the door into
manual operation and call for service.
9.2 TESTING OPEN CYCLE
1. With the door closed - press the Yellow O/S/C button. to
open the door. When the door is approximately one metre
above the floor, hold the bottom rail of the door firmly, the
door should stop.
ADJUSTING SAFETY OBSTRUCTION FORCE
The Safety Obstruction Force is calculated automatically and
set in memory on the EasyRoller. It is usually not necessary to
adjust the Safety Obstruction Force. The only time the force
may need to be increased is due to environmental conditions,
for example, windy or dusty areas, and areas with extreme
temperature changes.
NOTE: Remove the control panel cover for access.
Remember to replace the cover when set up is complete.
9.3 TO INCREASE FORCE PRESSURE
1. Press and hold the Force Margin Set button (Fig. 16)
2. While holding down the Force Margin button, press the
Open button. Each press increases the force margin in both
directions. The Open Limit LED will illuminate each time
the Open button is pressed. Each press increases the force
margin. If the Open Limit LED flashes continuously when
the open button is being pressed, this indicates that the
maximum force pressure setting has been reached.Test the
force as per step 9.1 and 9.2.
9.4 TO DECREASE FORCE PRESSURE
1. Press and hold the Force Margin Set button (Fig. 16).
2. While holding down the Force Margin button, press the
Close button. Each press decreases the force margin. The
Close Limit LED will illuminate each time the close button
is pressed. If the Close Limit LED flashes continuously
when the Close button is being pressed, this indicates that
the minimum force pressure setting has been reached.Test
the force as per step 9.1 and 9.2.
9.5 TO RECALL FACTORY SET FORCE
1. While holding down the Force Margin Set button (Fig. 16)
press the SET button for two (2) seconds.
2. Release both buttons. The default setting should now be
recalled.
9.6. TO RE-CALCULATE FORCE MARGIN (ISS)
Press and hold the Set Button for two (2) seconds, the beeper will
sound once. The door will start to move and re-calculate force
margins. The door can move between the open and close limit
positions up to four (4) times (depending on the position of the
door and the power up condition). A single beep will be heard once
the process is complete. The door is now ready for use.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
After installation ensure that the opener stops or is
prevented from opening when the door is loaded
with a mass of 20kg fixed centrally at the bottom
edge of the door.
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CODING TRANSMITTERS
10. SETTING TRANSMITTERS CODES
FIG. 18
The memory in the opener can store up to 24 remote control
transmitters. Make sure to insert the battery into the
transmitter with the correct polarity.
NOTE: Remove the control panel cover for access.
Remember to replace the cover when set up is complete.
10.1 STORING THE TRANSMITTERS CODE
1. Press and hold Door Code button (Fig. 18).
2. Press the button (one of four) on the transmitter you would
like to use to control the door for two seconds, pause for two
seconds. Press the same transmitter button again for two
seconds.
3. Release Door Code button.
4. Press the transmitter button to test if it operates the door.
Press and hold
Door Code
Button
10.2. SETTING THE TRANSMITTER TO OPERATE
THE COURTESY LIGHT
The transmitter can be programmed to operate the courtesy
light on the door opener. The factory default is set to 3 mins.
1. Press and hold Light Code button (Fig. 19).
2. Press the button on the transmitter you would like to use to
switch on the light for two seconds, pause for two seconds.
Press the same transmitter button again for two seconds.
3. Release all buttons to store the transmitter in memory.
4. Press the transmitter button to test if it switches on the light.
Select one of the four
buttons you wish to use
to control the door.
10.3. SETTING THE TRANSMITTER TO OPERATE
PET (PEDESTRIAN) MODE
1. Press and hold Door Code button and the Close button
(Fig. 19).
2. Press the button on the transmitter you would like to use to
control pet mode for two seconds, pause for two seconds.
Press the same transmitter button again for two seconds.
3. Release all buttons to store the transmitter in memory.
4. Press the transmitter button to test if it operates the
pet mode.
FIG. 19
To change the default pet door opening position, refer to Step
17 on page 18.
10.4. SETTING THE TRANSMITTER TO OPERATE
VACATION MODE
1. Press and hold Light Code button and the Close button
(Fig. 19).
2. Press the button on the transmitter you would like to use to
control vacation mode for two seconds, pause for two
seconds. Press the same transmitter button again for two
seconds.
3. Release all buttons to store the transmitter in memory.
4. To test, press and hold the transmitter button set for vacation
mode for five seconds to set Vacation Mode. Then try a
different transmitter that has already been coded into the
door - it should be disabled.
TO RELEASE THE OPENER FROM VACATION MODE
To disable Vacation Mode press the same button for two
seconds. Please note that when vacation mode is activated all
stored transmitters will be locked out. This mode can only be
deactivated by the transmitter which has been stored to
activate this mode.
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CODING TRANSMITTERS
11. STORING TRANSMITTER(S) FROM A
REMOTE LOCATION
FIG. 20
Using this method you don’t need to have access to the
control panel on the Door Opener. However, you do need a
transmitter that is pre coded to the controller’s receiver.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Door or Courtesy Light must be
activated when the step below is performed. The moving
Door or Light switching on is to confirm from a remote
location that, the correct button was pressed, and the
transmitter is in range of the Opener.
1. Take any pre-coded transmitter. Press the button for the
function you require until the door is activated and release.
2. Using a small needle press the button through the Coding
Hole for two seconds (Fig. 20)
3. Within 10 seconds take the additional transmitter you wish
to code.
4. Press the button (one of four) on the new transmitter you
would like to use to control the door for two seconds, pause
for two seconds. Press the same button again on the
transmitter for two seconds, the button should now be
stored.
5. Wait for 10 seconds and then test the new transmitter
to see if it operates the door.
FIG. 21
12. DELETING PROGRAMMED CODES
12.1 DELETING A STORED TRANSMITTER CODE
1. Select the transmitter you want to delete.
2. Press and hold the Door Code button (Fig. 21).
3. Press the transmitter button you would like to delete for two
seconds. Pause for two seconds. Press the transmitter
button again for two seconds.
4. Release the Door Code button. The code should now be
deleted. Confirm this by pressing the transmitter button, the
door should not respond.
12.2 DELETING ALL STORED TRANSMITTER
CODES
1. Turn the Power Off to the Opener.
2. Press and hold the Door Code button (Fig. 21).
3. Turn the Power On again, while holding the Door Code
button. The Open Limit, Close Limit and Door Status LED’s
will illuminate for about five seconds. These LEDs will turn
off and the Coding LED will illuminate. Continue holding
until the coding LED turns off. Release the Door Code
button. All the stored codes including the Courtesy Light
codes should now be deleted. Confirm this by trying to
operate the door by pressing the transmitters previously used
to control the door, the door should not respond.
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PE BEAM AND AUTO CLOSE
13. FITTING THE SAFETY PHOTO
ELECTRIC BEAM SENSOR (OPTIONAL)
FIG. 22
Locate the Photo Electric Beam (P.E.) (normally closed contact
type) in a strategic location within doorway. We recommend
150mm above the floor level and as close as possible to the
door opening, inside the garage. Remove shunt from P.E
connector (Fig. 22) and connect the wires from the P.E. wiring
harness as per Fig. 23.
REMOVE
PE SHUNT
Note: The wiring diagram is for ATA’s Transmitter/Receiver
type photo electric beam: model: PE-2 (Order Code 90214)
with Wiring Harness (Order Code 01900).
Make sure to align the beams correctly. Follow the manual
supplied with the Photo Electric Beam.
WARNING; When using Auto Close Mode and P.E. beams,
the doorway must be clear of all obstructions and persons
at all times. The location of the beam and manner in which
it is installed might not give safety protection at all times.
Check to make sure that the height of the beam and type
used give maximum protection possible.
FIG. 23
Model: PE-2
14. SETTING AUTO CLOSE TIME
IMPORTANT NOTICE: IT IS COMPULSORY TO
INSTALL A PHOTO ELECTRIC BEAM BEFORE USING
THE AUTO CLOSE MODE.
The Auto Close timer will only start after the Photo Electric
Beams (P.E.) path is broken and the auto close time has been
set. If the P.E. path is not broken the door will remain open till
the path is broken. If the Door Opener incurs an obstruction
(not from the P.E.) while closing the door will re-open and not
auto close until the path of the P.E. beam is broken again.
1 2 3 4 5
SETTING AUTO CLOSE TIME
1. Press in and hold the Auto Close Time button (Fig. 22).
2. While holding in the Auto Close Time button, press the
Open button. Each press of this button will add one second
to the auto close delay time.
3. To decrease the delay time follow Step 1 and press the Close
button. Each press will deduct one second from the auto
close time.
4. Press the O/S/C button or transmitter to open the door. When
the door is fully opened the Open Limit green LED will
flash to indicate that the auto close mode is in operation.
Break the path of the P.E. Beam momentarily, this will
initialise the auto close mode. The door will pause for the
programmed time and start to auto close.
FIG. 24
15. MANUAL RELEASE
To switch the opener to manual mode simply pull the red
manual release handle down and release. To re-engage the
opener repeat the above action (Fig. 24).
Note: The door may move uncontrollably if the spring tension
is weak or not set properly or the door is unbalanced. If this
occurs do not use the door and contact your installer for
service.
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FINAL SET UP
NOTE: Remove the control panel cover for access.
Remember to replace the cover when set up is complete.
FIG. 25
16. SETTING COURTESY LIGHT TIME
The preset courtesy light time on the door opener is 3
minutes. This time can be changed by the following:
1. Press and hold both the Auto Close Time button and Force
Margin Set buttons (Fig. 25).
2. While holding the two buttons, press Open button. Each
press will add 10 seconds to the light time.
3. To decrease the time follow Step 1 and press the Close
button. Each press will deduct 10 seconds from the light
time.
4. To recall the factory set default light time press in and hold
together the Auto Close Time button, the Force Margin Set
button and the Set button for about 2 seconds. Release all
buttons, the factory set default of 3 minutes will be recalled.
FIG. 26
17. SETTING THE PET MODE DOOR
OPENING POSITION.
The default Pet (Pedestrian) position is about 1/4 turn of the
door drum above the closed position. The pet mode status is
indicated by both the Open and Close Limit LED’s being
illuminated. The default position can be changed by the
following:
1. Make sure the door is in the closed position. Press and hold
the Open button for six (6) seconds (Fig. 26), you should
hear three beeps and the Open and Close LEDs will flash
rapidly.
2. Press the Open or Close buttons to move the door to your
required new pet open position.
3. Press the Set button to record the new position.
The pet mode is activated from a transmitter button coded to
that function (see Step 10.3 on page 15). When activated the
door drives to the preset position from either above or below. If
the pet button is pressed while the door is moving the door will
be stopped. If the pet button is pressed when the door is in the
pet position, then the door will be closed. No auto close is
enabled.
FIG. 27
18. INSTALLATION OF WALL MOUNTED
TRANSMITTER HOLDER
1. Mount the holder in a location out of reach of children (at
least 1.5m from the floor) and convenient to the customer.
Make sure the door is visible from this location.
2. The transmitter can be easily clipped in and removed from
the holder as required.
3. To set the transmitter codes refer to Step 10.
19. RESET ALL FACTORY DEFAULTS
1. Turn power off.
2. Press and hold Set button.
3. Turn power on and continue holding Set until all LEDs are
off.
Note: This does not erase transmitter codes stored in memory.
20. RE-INITIALISING THE OPENER
To re-initialise the opener press and hold the Set Button for two (2)
seconds, the beeper will sound once. The door will start to move
and re-calculate force margins. The door can move between the
open and close limit positions up to four (4) times (depending on
the position of the door and the power up condition). A single beep
will be heard once the initialisation is complete. The door is now
ready for use.
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PARAMETERS
DOOR STATUS INDICATORS
OPEN LED
GREEN
DOOR OPENER STATE
OPEN
CLOSE LED
RED
DOOR STATUS
LED YELLOW
BEEPER
ON
ON
CLOSE
FLASHING
OPENING
FLASHING
CLOSING
DOOR TRAVEL STOPPED
FLASHING
DOOR OBSTRUCTED WHEN OPENING
FLASHING
FLASHING
DOOR OBSTRUCTED WHEN CLOSING
BEEPS WHILE
DOOR IS MOVING
FLASHING
OPENER OVERLOADED
ALTERNATING
FLASHES
DOOR IN OPEN POSITION WITH
AUTO CLOSE MODE SELECTED
ONE SECOND
FLASHES
MAINS POWER INTERRUPTED
PET MODE ENGAGED
ALTERNATING
FLASHES
RAPID
FLASHES
ON
ON
BUTTONS
FUNCTION
O/S/C
Opens/Stops/Closes the door
Door Code
Codes a transmitter button for O/S/C function
Light Code
Codes a transmitter button for light function
Door Code + Close
Codes a transmitter button for pet (pedestrian) function
Light Code + Close
Codes a transmitter button for vacation function
Force Margin Set + Open
Increases the obstruction force margin setting
Force Margin Set + Close
Decreases the obstruction force margin setting
Force Margin Set (then) Set
Reloads the factory set default obstruction force margin setting
Auto Close Time (then) Open
Increases the auto close delay time in 1 sec increments
Auto Close Time (then) Close
Decreases the auto close delay time in 1 sec increments
Auto Close Time (then) Set
Disables Auto-Close (set to 0 secs.)
Force Margin Set + Auto Close Time (then) Open
Each press of the open button increases the light time by 10 secs.
Force Margin Set + Auto Close Time (then) Close
Each press of the open button decreases the light time by 10 secs.
Force Margin Set + Auto Close Time (then) Set
Reloads the factory set default light time
Close for 6 Secs
Clears the door limits set positions. Limits then need to be reset
Open for 6 Secs. + Door in Closed Position
Enters pet (pedestrian) position adjustment mode
Set (then power on) & hold until all LEDs are off
Deletes control parameters excluding transmitter storage memory
Door Code (then power on) & hold until Coding LED is off
Deletes all transmitter stored in memory
Set for 2 sec.
Re-initialises the Opener to re-calculate force margins
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DEFAULT SETTINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
DEFAULT
STEP
MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM MOTOR RUN TIME
25 Secs.
—
—
COURTESY LIGHT TIME
3 Mins.
10 Secs.
4 Mins.
8
1
20
0 Secs.
1 Sec.
4 Mins.
OBSTRUCTION FORCE MARGIN
AUTO CLOSE TIME
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT VOLTAGE:
230V - 240V AC 50Hz
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE:
24V DC
STANDBY POWER:
1.8 Watts
MOTOR POWER:
100 Watts
MOTOR TYPE:
24V DC Permanent Magnet
OPERATING TEMPERATURE:
+5° to +40°C
WIDTH:
5500mm
HEIGHT:
2700mm
WEIGHT:
100Kg
MAXIMUM DOOR OPENING:1,2
MAXIMUM LIFTING FORCE:
200N (20Kg)
RECOMMENDED LIFTING FORCE:
120N (12Kg)
OPENER LIMITS TRAVEL:
3.0 Turns of Door Drum Wheel
OPERATING TIME - INTERMITTENT:
4 Minutes
RECEIVER TYPE:
UHF 433.92 MHz. AM Receiver
RECEIVER CODE STORAGE CAPACITY:
24 x 4 Button Transmitter Codes
TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY:
433.92 MHz
CODING TYPE:
Code Hopping
No. of CODE COMBINATIONS:
Over 4.29 Billion Random Codes
CODE GENERATION:
Non-linear Encryption Algorithm
PTX-4 TRANSMITTER BATTERY:
A23 Alkaline 12 Volts
EAT-1 TRANSMITTER BATTERY:
CR1220 Lithium 3 Volts
GLOBE:
Festoon Type - 15W 24V DC
FUSE:
10A Slow Blow
Note:
1. The maximum continuous curtain residential roll up door opening that the EasyRoller can be installed on is 5500mm wide by
2700mm high. The door must be well balanced. A person of average strength should be able to lift up the door manually with very
little effort in case of an emergency.
2. Intermittent operations may occur in areas which experience very strong winds. The strong wind puts extra pressure on the door
and tracks which may in turn trigger the safety obstruction detection system intermittently.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Door will not operate.
Mains power not switched on.
Door is obstructed.
Door is locked or motor jammed.
Door tracks/hardware damaged.
Switch on mains power.
Remove obstruction.
Unlock door or remove jam.
Door requires service/repair by qualified
technician.
Door starts to close but automatically
reverses to open position.
Adverse weather conditions (wind or cold)
causing door to stiffen and become tight in
the tracks.
Possible obstruction in the doorway.
Increase force margin setting See Step 9.3
on page 14. Or re-calculate force margin.
See Step 9.6 on page 14.
Remove obstruction.
Door operates from drive unit (O/S/C)
button but not from transmitter.*
See note.
Transmitter code not stored in memory.
Flat Battery.
Code transmitter in to openers memory.
Refer Step 10.1 on page 15.
Replace battery - A23 Alkaline 12V.
Door will not close fully.
Door limits position need to be reset.
Reset limits position. See Page 12.
Door will not open fully.
Door limits position need to be reset.
Reset limits position. See Page 12.
Courtesy light not working.
Globe blown.
Replace globe - festoon type 15W 24V DC.
Globe keeps blowing.
Incorrect globe voltage - must be 24V DC. Replace globe - festoon type 15W 24V DC.
Auto close not working.
PE Beam or wiring faulty
PE Beam not aligned correctly.
PE Beam is obstructed.
Door obstructed when closing.
Auto close time not set.
Repair PE Beam or replace wiring.
Re-align optics. See PE Instructions.
Remove obstruction from the path of PE.
Remove obstruction.
See Step 14 on page 17.
*Please Note: Some areas may be prone to excessive radio interference brought on by devices such as cordless telephones, wireless
stereo headphones and baby monitors. It is possible that these devices could cause a degree of interference such as to greatly reduce
the range of the transmitter. In such an instance please contact your ATA dealer for an alternative frequency replacement kit. As this is
not a warrantable situation but an environmental issue charges may apply for the changeover.
DATE
MAINTENANCE PERFORMED BY
SIGNATURE
Please Note: Failure to maintain your garage door may void the warranty for your garage door opener.
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AMOUNT
INV. No.
SPARE PARTS LIST
WHEN ORDERING SPARE PARTS PLEASE QUOTE THE ORDER CODE NUMBER TO YOUR INSTALLER/DEALER.
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WARRANTY AND EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY
1. This warranty is an addition to any non-excludable conditions or warranties that are implied into this contract by relevant statute,
including the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth). (Trade Practices Act applicable to Australia only).
2. Subject to all of the matters set out below, Automatic Technology Australia Pty Ltd ("ATA") warrants:
(a) swing and sliding gate opener drive units for twelve (12) months or 2500 cycles, whichever occurs first;
(b) roll-up and overhead door opener drive units for twenty four (24) months or 5000 cycles, whichever occurs first; and
(c) all components and accessories for twelve (12) months,
from the date of purchase (specified in the sales docket receipt) as free of any defects in material and workmanship.
3. This warranty applies only where the purchaser:
(a) immediately notifies ATA or the retailer of the alleged defect;
(b) returns the product to the retailer; and
(c) presents the relevant sales docket and this warranty document to the retailer to confirm the date of purchase.
4. Except for this warranty, ATA gives no warranties of any kind whatsoever (whether express or implied), in relation to the product,
and all warranties of whatsoever kind relating to the product are, to the extent permissible by statute, hereby excluded.
5. To the extent permissible by statute, ATA disclaims any liability of whatsoever nature in respect of any claim or demand for loss
or damage which arises out of:
a) accidental damage to or normal wear and tear to the product or to the product's components;
b) any cost relating to damage resulting from wear and tear;
c) blown fuses, loss or damage caused by electrical surges, power surges or power spikes;
d) loss or damage due to theft, fire, flood, rain, water, lightning, storms or any other acts of God;
e) maximum continuous operating time exceeding one (1) minute in ten (10);
f) maximum operating force exceeding 15Kg (150N) when moving the door or gate manually to the open or closed position;
g) door surface area and/or weight exceeding 15m2 and 100Kg respectively;
h) residential gate weight exceeding 400Kg;
i) door or gate not in safe and correct working order and condition;
j) evidence of unauthorised repairs;
k) any cost relating to damage caused by misuse, negligence or failure to maintain the equipment in a proper working
order as per clauses (d) through (i);
l) installation, adjustment or use which is not in accordance with the instructions set out in installation instruction manual;
m) attempted or complete modification or repairs to the product carried out by a person who is not authorised or has not been
trained by ATA to carry out such modification or repairs;
n) faulty or unsuitable wiring of structure to which the product is fixed or connected;
o) radio (including citizen band transmission) or any electrical interference;
p) damage caused by insects;
q) loss or damage to any property whatsoever or any loss or expense whatsoever resulting or arising there from or any
consequential loss;
r) any cost or expense arising due to manufacturer recall of any product;
s) any cost or expense due to negligence of the approved service provider;
t) installation of a residential garage door or gate opener in a commercial or industrial situation or a non-single
residential dwelling.
6. ATA's liability under this warranty is limited, at ATA's absolute option, to replacing or repairing the product which ATA, in its
unfettered opinion, considers to be defective either in material and/or workmanship or to credit the dealer with the price at which
the product was purchased by the dealer.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
This warranty does not extend to cover labour for installation.
This warranty is limited to Return-to-Base (RTB) repair and does not cover labour for on-site attendance.
This warranty is void if the Product is not returned to the manufacturer in original or suitably secure packaging.
This warranty is only applicable for repairs to the product carried out within Australia. (Applicable to Australia only).
This warranty does not cover consumable items including globes, batteries and fuses.
This warranty is not transferable.
Where the Product is retailed by any person other than ATA, except for the warranty set out above, such person has no authority
from ATA to give any warranty or guarantee on ATA's behalf in addition to the warranty set out above.
Notes:
1. One (1) cycle = one (1) open and one (1) close action of the door or gate.
2. This warranty is to be read in conjunction with the owner's copy of the installation instruction manual.
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Installed By _______________________________________ Date _______________________
Serial No. ________________________________________
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