ES 1600 02 V2
Instruction Manual for the
E-S 1600 / E-S 1602 Series
Manufactured by
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY OF MACHINES
(Directive 89/392/EEC, Annex II, Part B)
Manufacturer: FAAC S.p.A.
Address: Via Benini, 1 – 40069 Zola Predosa Bologna – Italy
Declares that: 409 A.K.A. Estate Swing (USA) mod operator
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Is built to be integrated into a machine or to be assembled with other machinery to create a machine under the provisions
of Directive 89/392/EEC, and subsequent amendments 91/368/EEC, 93/44/EEC.
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Conforms to the essential safety requirements of the following EEC directives:
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73/23/EEC and subsequent amendment 93/68/EEC, 89/336/EEC and subsequent amendment 92/31/EEC and
93/68/EEC.
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And also declares the it is prohibited to put into service the machinery until the machine in which it will be
integrated or of which it will become a component has been identified and declared as conforming to the
conditions of Directive 89/392/EEC and subsequent amendments assimilated under national laws under DPR
#459 of July 24, 1996.
Bologna, January 1, 2002
Managing Director
A. Bassi
Abassi
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Warnings for the installer
General safety obligations
Attention! To ensure the safety of people, it is important that you read all the following instructions. Incorrect installation or incorrect
use of the product could cause serious harm to people.
Carefully read the instructions before beginning to install the product.
Store these instructions for future reference.
This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated in the documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here,
could compromise the good condition/operation of the product and/or be a source of danger.
FAAC declines all liability caused by improper use or use other than that for which automated system was intended.
Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere; the presence of inflammable gas or fumes is a serious danger to safety.
The mechanical parts must conform to the provisions of Standards EN 12604 and EN 12605.
For non-EU countries, to obtain an adequate level of safety, the standards mentioned above must be observed, in addition to national
legal regulations.
FAAC is not responsible for failure to observe Good Technique in the construction of the closing elements to be motorized, of for any
deformation that may occur during use.
The installation must conform to Standards EN 12453 and EN 12445.
The safety level of the automated system must be C+D.
10. Before attempting any job on the system, cut out electrical power and disconnect the batteries.
11. The main power supply of the automated system must be fitted with an all-pole switch with contact opening distance of 3 mm or greater. Use of a 6A thermal breaker will all-pole circuit break is recommended.
12. Make sure that a differential switch with threshold of 0.03 A is fitted upstream of the system.
13. Make sure that the earthing system is perfectly constructed, and connect metal parts of the means of the closure to it.
14. The automated system is supplied with an intrinsic anti-crushing safety device consisting of a torque control. Nevertheless, its tripping
threshold must be checked as specified in the Standards indicated at point 10.
15. The safety devices (EN 12978 standard) protect any danger areas against mechanical movement risks, such as crushing, dragging, and
shearing.
16. Use of at least one indicator-light (e.g. FAACLIGHT 12VDC) is recommended for every system, as well as a warning sign adequately
secured to the frame structure, in addition to the devices mentioned at point “15”.
17. FAAC declines all liability as concerns safety and efficient operation of the automated system, is system components not produced by
FAAC are used.
18. For maintenance, strictly use original parts by FAAC.
19. Do not in any way modify the components of the automated system.
20. The installer shall supply all information concerning manual operation of the system in case of an emergency, and shall hand over to
the user the warnings handbook supplied with the product.
21. Do not allow children or adults to stay near the product while it is operating.
22. Keep remote controls or other pulse generators away from children, to prevent the automated system from being activated involuntarily.
23. Transit through the leaves is allowed only when the gate is fully open.
24. The user must not attempt any kind of repair or direct action whatever and contact qualified personnel only.
25. Do not short-circuit the poles of the batteries and do not try to recharge the batteries with power supply units other than Master or Slave
cards.
26. Do not throw exhausted batteries into containers for other waste but dispose them in the appropriate containers to enable them to be
recycled.
27. Anything not expressly specified in these instructions is not permitted.
Estate Swing Summary of Functions
The Estate Swing is only to be used for vehicular swing gates in a Class I
setting.
Class I: A vehicular gate opener (or system) intended for use in a home of one
-to-four single family dwelling, or a garage or parking area associated therewith.
The FAAC Estate Swing automated system was designed and built for controlling
vehicle access. Do not use for any other purpose.
The external automation with an electro-mechanical non-reversing linear arm automates residential swing-leaf gates with leaves of up to 16’ in length. It consists
of an irreversible electro-mechanical operator with built in opening and closing
limits and utilizes a worm screw system. The irreversible system ensures the gate
is mechanical locked when the motor is not operating. A lock still needs to be installed if security or high winds are a concern. A manual release makes it possible
to move the gate in the event of a power-cut or fault.
Keep this manual safely stored after
installation.
Serial Number__________________________
Date of Purchase_______________________
Place of Purchase______________________
Have this information on hand while handling all
service and warranty issues.
This manual and its contents are produced by Web Direct Brands, Inc. and is based on the instructions
written by FAAC, International.
The table of contents are listed to assist you locating a desired section. We do however strongly suggest studying every page of the instruction manual before attempting
installation.
SECTION:
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Review of specifications, warnings, and tools
Specifications
Parts
List
System
Tools
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1.1
1.2
Overview & Preliminary Checks
Needed for Installation
1.3
1.4
Installation
Manual
Table of Contents
READ
2
Operation, Restoring Automation
FIRST: Determining Push or Pull to Open
IMPORTANT:
Installation
Installation
Positive
Determining Setback—Pull to Open
of Operator—Pull to Open
IMPORTANT:
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of the Estate Swing and Components
1
Determining Setback—Push to Open
of Operator—Push to Open
Stops and E-S 1602 Dual Considerations
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4-.9
2.10
2.11-.16
2.17
Wiring, Jumpers and Receiver
3
Mounting
the Control Box
3.1
Mounting
Back-up Batteries—if applicable
3.2
Removing
Wiring
Terminal Strips for Wiring
Operator Arm(s) (Pull & Push to Open)
Temporary
Safety Jumpers
3.3
3.4-.6
3.7
Power
3.8
433
3.9-.10
Plug-in Receiver
Programming the Operator
Programming
Operating
Operating Parameters
Parameters Chart
Programming
Gate Movements
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4.1
4.2-.3
4.4-.5
The table of contents are listed to assist you locating a desired section. We do however strongly suggest studying every page of the instruction manual before attempting
installation.
SECTION:
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Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
LED
Lights and Operational Displays
Table of Contents
Troubleshooting
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5
5.1
5.2-.4
Accessories
Control
Board Overview
Photocell
and Safety Device Guide
Accessories
6
6.1-.2
6.3
6.4-.5
Marks pages with opener or usage warnings. Although we have marked these as very
important warnings, please read the entire manual. Every step is impor tant to the
correct installation of your gate opener.
MODEL
Power Supply
115V AC/ 24V AC
Specifications
Rated Absorbed Power (W)
70
Current (A)
3
Travel (in.)
11
Cycles per hour
Operating Ambient Temp
Protection class
Continuous Duty / Aprox. 75
-4 to 131 F
IP44
Gate leaf max length (ft.)
Up to 16
Gate leaf max weight (lbs.)
Up to 800
Operator overall dimensions LxHxD(in.)
See below
Operator Weight
1.1
Estate Swing
18 lbs
Estate Swing Parts List
Master or Single Operator
Slave Operator (If Applicable)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
B. Operator Arm with 45’ of 5 Conductor
Wire
H. Gate Mounting Bracket
I. Post Mounting Brackets
J. Connector Pins and C Rings, Terminal
Board Cover and Screws, Rear Fitting,
Water Tight Connectors
K. Mounting Hardware
Control Box
Operator Arm with 7’ of 5 Conductor Wire and Key
Control Board
Transmitter
Receiver
Transformer
Control Box Screws, Control Board Screws and
Washers, Jumper Wire
H. Gate Mounting Bracket
I. Post Mounting Brackets
J. Connector Pins and C Rings, Terminal Board Cover
and Screws, Rear Fitting, Water Tight Connectors
K. Mounting Hardware
1 - 3/8”x1 1/2” Hex bolts, washer, nut
1 - 5/16”x1 1/2” Hex bolt, washer, nut
2 - 3/8”x2” Carriage bolt, washers, nut
1 - 1/4”x2” Hex bolt, washers, nut
1 - 3/8”x1 1/2” Hex bolts, washer, nut
1 - 5/16”x1 1/2” Hex bolt, washer, nut
2 - 3/8”x2” Carriage bolt, washers, nut
1 - 1/4”x2” Hex bolt, washers, nut
1.2
Standard System
Overview and Safety Zones
The system display to the below is a recommended standard system. Other approved
accessories can be installed. Photo sensors
and a flashing light indicating gate movement is recommended for safety purposes.
1,2 Estate Swing Operator
3 Photocells (not included)
4 Control board
5 N/A
6 Push button opening device (not included)
7 Receiver extension (not included)
8 12Vdc flashing lamp (not included)
9 Positive stop
10 DC transformer
Notes:
1) When laying electrical cables, use appropriate rigid and/or
flexible tube.
2) Do not run any wires in the same conduit as 110 AC power that may be in the area. This will cause unwanted interference.
IMPORTANT
Preliminary Checks:
To ensure safety and an efficiently operating automated system, make sure the following conditions are observed.
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1.3
The gate and post must be suitable for being automated. Check that the structure is sufficiently
strong and rigid, and its dimensions and weights conform to those
indicated on page 1.
Make sure the leaves move smoothly without any irregular friction during entire travel.
Make sure the hinges are in good condition. Ball bearing hinges are ideal for gates weighing
over 200 lbs. or over 10’ in length.
Make sure the gate is plumb and level.
The fence post must be secured in the ground with concrete. This will prevent
alteration of alignments and leveling during installation and during cycles.
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Tools Needed
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Power Drill
Crescent Wrench
Flat Head Screwdriver
Hacksaw
Phillips Head
Screwdriver
C-Ring Pliers
Tape Measure
Level
Wire Strippers
C-clamps
3/8”, 1/4”, 5/16” Drill Bits
Other items that may be needed prior to commencing installation. Bolded items are necessary
to all applications.
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Start and stop post, bracket or door stop. Although the FAAC Estate swing 1600 features built
in limit switches some may choose to use positive stops:
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16, 14 or 12 gauge, 2 conductor stranded direct burial low voltage wire will be required
to run power to your operator. Length is deter mined by distance between tr ansfor mer
power supply and the control box.
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4 - 3/8” Carriage Bolts will be needed to connect the 2 “L” shaped brackets to the post.
Length will be determined by the size of your posts.
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A metal support bracket may be needed to achieve the appropriate desired setback. The metal
support bracket will be bolted or welded to your post to give a larger amount of space to mount
the provided mounting bracket.
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A voltage meter and digital camera may be necessary to run diagnostic checks.
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If your transformer is going to be plugged into an outdoor outlet you will need to weatherproof
that outlet and transformer. Electrical boxes or plug covers can be obtained from a local hardware store to accommodate both the plug and transformer.
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Hardware to attach the control box to a post or fence.
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Watertight connectors for running wires into the control box.
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Protect all ingoing and outgoing wires with a surge suppressor. Consult your local dealer for
more information.
1.4
Manual Operation Mode
1) Slide lock cover forward.
2) Insert and turn provided key.
3) Flip release lever up.
4) Turn release lever 180 degrees to face the opposite direction. The operator shaft can now be
manually pushed or pulled in and out.
To exit manual mode, reverse the above steps.
2.1
The following section is instructions on
mounting your gate opener. Your gate can
be mounted one of two ways:
Pull-To-Open: With the gate opener on the inside of the
property, the gate will swing in towards the property. The
gate opener will be extended in the gate’s closed
position and as the opener retracts it PULLS the gate
open.
Instructions are pages 2.3 - 2.9
Push-To-Open: With the gate opener on the inside of the
property, the gate will swing out away from the property towards the street. The gate opener will be
retracted in the gate’s closed position and as the opener
extends it PUSHES the gate open.
Instructions are pages 2.10 - 2.16
After deciding which method you will use
to automate your gate, make an X across
the pages of the installation method you
will not be using.
This will prevent mistakenly using the wrong instructions
for your installation as the two sections look very similar.
2.2
IMPORTANT: Determining Correct Setback
PULL TO OPEN - Standard operation. This means the gate operator is mounted on the
inside of the property and pulls your gate in towards the property.
There are 4 factors to keep in mind when finding the setback mounting:
1) The (A) measurement is perpendicular from the gate in the CLOSED position.
2) There must be clearance for your gate opener to attach to the gate in the closed position. This is most
commonly an issue on columns. Re-positioning of the hinges or Push-To-Open operation may be required
to achieve clearance.
3) The brackets do not and must not move after installation.
4) The "L" shape brackets can be mounted anywhere on the post or column. They can be mounted on a
separate post or fence as well. The only factor of importance is that when mounting of the brackets is done
the hole in the boomerang bracket that the gate opener mounts on matches the setback on this page.
It is best to C-Clamp brackets on and test arm movement clearance before permanently attaching them.
2.3
A
B
a
7.5”
7.5”
90o
7”
7”
100o
6.5”
6.5”
110o
To determine the position of the gate mounting
bracket (above is for the post mounting bracket) refer to step 9 in the section “Installation of operator”
Installation of Operator—Pull-to-Open
1. Find the proper set back for your operator (from previous
page). Do this by holding the bottom “L” shaped bracket
against the post. Marking its horizontal positioning on the
post using a vertical line up from the middle of the bracket.
Also mark your angled bracket for positioning on the “L”
shaped bracket. The hole on the end of the angled bracket
should be in the setback position.
HINT: Trace the bracket on cardboard and use the
cardboard to make a template.
2. Cut off the excess length 3. Position the angled brack(if any) of the angled brack- et between the two “L”
et using a hacksaw.
shaped brackets in the same
position as when the setback
was found. Clamp the 3
brackets together. Drill
through the angled bracket
using the pre-drilled holes in
the “L” shaped brackets using a 3/8” drill bit. Drill
through all three brackets
using a 5/16” drill bit in a
position behind the first
hole.
4. Insert a 3/8” x 1” bolt in
the center hole and a 5/16”
bolt in the rear hole. Secure
them using the provided
nuts and lock washers.
Before permanently attaching any brackets, be sure to test
arm motion and clearance.
2.4
5. Temporarily position the gate side
mounting bracket. (horizontal position
does not matter, vertical position on the
gate is the position you are matching to
the post bracket.) Position your assembled gate mounting along the previously
drawn vertical line and level the angled
piece with the horizontal piece of the gate
mounting bracket using a level. Mark
your holes, drill and attach the brackets
using 4) 3/8” carriage bolts.
6. Assemble the rear fitting to the operator as shown below.
7. Run the 5 wires from the arm(s) to the control board as seen in section 3.
8. Set the operator for manual operation. And extend the operator arm to a near full extended
position.
2.5
9. Extend the operator arm so the measurement between the center of the pivot hole on the rear
bracket and the center of the pivot hole in the front mounting measures 50 3/4 inches. After
finding the measurement relock your operator arm.
This is your closed mounting position.
10. Assemble the front gate mounting bracket as shown below. (bottom ring can be left off if security is not a concern)
11. Attach the operator to the post mounting bracket using the supplied pins as shown below,
support the arm to prevent dropping and breakage of the rear fitting. (bottom ring can be left off if
security is not a concern)
2.6
12. Close the gate leaf. With the operator attached on the post side, move the end of the arm to
the gate and, keeping the gate operator in a perfectly horizontal position, determine the gate
mounting position. The arm should already be in it’s full closed length that was determined in
step 9.
13. Attach the gate mounting bracket using carriage bolts, nuts, and washers.
14. Release the gate operator once
more.
Manually test the gate by completely
opening and closing it, checking for hindrances.
Gate in Closed position
2.7
Fine Tuning Limit Switches - Pull-to-Open
Understanding the limit switches
The stroke length is the distance between both limit switches. Increasing the stroke length will make your operator open further or
close further.
Decreasing the stroke length will make your operator open less or
close less.
The limit switches are for fine adjustment only and each turn of the
limit adjustment screws only moves the switch slightly.
Never adjust a limit switch past resistance, this will damage the
limit switch internally.
Continue to the next page for limit adjustment
directions.
2.8
Fine Tuning Limit Switches - Pull-to-Open
Open Position Adjustment
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Move the gate slowly to the Open
position (fig 1) until the FCA1 light
goes OFF (fig 2).
(fig 1)
(FCA2 if working on the slave leaf of dual
opener)
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To increase the stroke length turn the
FCA screw:
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate open more)
To decrease the stroke length turn the
FCA screw:
CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate open less)
(fig 2)
(fig 3)
Closed Position Adjustment
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Move the gate slowly to the Closed
position (fig 1) until the FCC1 light goes
OFF (fig 2).
(fig 1)
(FCC2 if working on the slave leaf of dual
opener)
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2.9
To increase the stroke length turn the
FCC screw:
CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate close more)
To decrease the stroke length turn the
FCC screw:
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate close less)
(fig 2)
(fig 3)
If the light does not go out before a physical limitation is reached, decrease the stroke length.
IMPORTANT: Determining Correct Setback
PUSH TO OPEN - This operation is commonly used if you driveway slopes up after the
gate, preventing it from swinging in. This means the gate operator is mounted on the inside of
the property and pushes your gate out away from the property.
There are 4 factors to keep in mind when finding the setback mounting:
1) The (A) measurement is perpendicular from the gate in the CLOSED position.
2) There must be clearance for your gate opener to attach to the gate in the closed position. This is most
commonly an issue on columns. Re-positioning of the hinges or Push-To-Open operation may be required to achieve clearance.
3) The brackets do not and must not move after installation.
4) The "L" shape brackets can be mounted anywhere on the post or column. They can be mounted on a
separate post or fence as well. The only factor of importance is that when mounting of the brackets is
done the hole in the boomerang bracket that the gate opener mounts on matches the setback on this page.
It is best to C-Clamp brackets on and test arm movement clearance before permanently attaching them.
To determine the position of the gate mounting bracket (above is for the post mounting
bracket) refer to step 9 in the section
“Installation of operator - PTO”
A
B
a
7.5”
7.5”
90o
7”
7”
100o
6.5”
6.5”
110o
2.10
Installation of Operator—Push-to-Open
1. Find the proper set back for your operator
(from previous page). Do this by holding the
bottom “L” shaped bracket against the post.
Marking its horizontal positioning on the post
using a vertical line up from the middle of the
bracket. Also mark your angled bracket for positioning on the “L” shaped bracket. The hole on
the end of the angled bracket should be in the
setback position.
HINT: Trace the bracket on cardboard and
use the cardboard to make a template.
2. Cut off the excess length
(if any) of the angled bracket using a hacksaw.
3. Position the angled bracket between the two “L”
shaped brackets in the same
position as when the setback
was found. Clamp the 3
brackets together. Drill
through the angled bracket
using the pre-drilled holes in
the “L” shaped brackets using a 3/8” drill bit. Drill
through all three brackets
using a 5/16” drill bit in a
position behind the first
hole.
4. Insert a 3/8” x 1” bolt in
the center hole and a 5/16”
bolt in the rear hole. Secure
them using the provided
nuts and lock washers.
Before permanently attaching any brackets, be sure to test arm
motion and clearance.
2.11
5. Temporarily position the gate side
mounting bracket. (horizontal position
does not matter, vertical position on the
gate is the position you are matching to
the post bracket.) Position your assembled gate mounting along the previously
drawn vertical line and level the angled
piece with the horizontal piece of the gate
mounting bracket using a level. Mark your
holes, drill and attach the brackets using
4) 3/8” carriage bolts.
6. Assemble the rear fitting to the operator as shown below.
7. Run the 5 wires from the arm(s) to the control board as seen in section 3.
8. Set the operator for manual operation. And extend the operator arm slightly past the full
retracted position..
2.12
9. Extend the operator arm so the measurement between the center of the pivot hole on the rear
bracket and the center of the pivot hole in the front mounting measures 37 inches. After finding
the measurement relock your operator arm.
This is your closed mounting position.
10. Assemble the front gate mounting bracket as shown below. (bottom ring can be left off if security is not a concern)
11. Attach the operator to the post mounting bracket using the supplied pins as shown below,
support the arm to prevent dropping and breakage of the rear fitting. (bottom ring can be left off
if security is not a concern)
2.13
12. Close the gate leaf. With the operator
attached on the post side, move the end of
the arm to the gate and, keeping the gate
operator in a perfectly horizontal position,
determine the gate mounting position. The
arm should already be in it’s full closed
length that was determined in step 9.
13. Attach the gate mounting bracket using carriage bolts, nuts, and washers.
14. Release the gate operator once
more.
Gate in Closed position
Manually test the gate by completely opening and closing it, checking for hindrances.
2.14
Fine tuning Limit Switches - Push-to-Open
Understanding the limit switches
The stroke length is the distance between both limit switches. Increasing the stroke length will make your operator open further or
close further.
Decreasing the stroke length will make your operator open less or
close less.
The limit switches are for fine adjustment only and each turn of the
limit adjustment screws only moves the switch slightly.
Never adjust a limit switch past resistance, this will damage the
limit switch internally.
Continue to the next page for limit adjustment
directions.
2.15
Fine Tuning Limit Switches - Push-to-Open
Open Position Adjustment
NOTE: On Push-To-Open FCA on the board matches up with FCC on the Arm and
FCC on the board matches up with FCA on the Arm
Follow the printed directions for adjusting limits, this is not a typo.
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Move the gate slowly to the Open
position (fig 1) until the FCA1 light
goes OFF (fig 2).
(fig 1)
(FCA2 if working on the slave leaf of dual
opener)
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To increase the stroke length turn the
FCC screw:
CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate open more)
To decrease the stroke length turn the
FCC screw:
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate open less)
(fig 2)
(fig 3)
Closed Position Adjustment
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Move the gate slowly to the Closed
position (fig 1) until the FCC1 light goes
OFF (fig 2).
(fig 1)
(FCC2 if working on the slave leaf of dual
opener)
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To increase the stroke length turn the
FCA screw:
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate close more)
To decrease the stroke length turn the
FCA screw:
CLOCKWISE (fig 3).
(make the gate close less)
(fig 2)
(fig 3)
If the light does not go out before a physical limitation is reached, decrease the stroke length.
2.16
Positive Stops and E-S 1602 Dual Considerations
Even though the E-S 1600/1602 arms come equipped with built in limit switches some people
prefer to use positive stops instead.
Positive stops If positive stops are used alone you must be on operating parameter :
Positive stops are physical structures the gate comes in contact with at the end of the opening and closing cycles. The
closed and open positive stop points can be a plate on the end
of the gate that comes in contact with an adjacent post or an
industrial door stop. (Many gates need an extension piece
added to make contact with the doorstop.
Examples of stops
Examples of industrial
door stops
If not using the limit switches, and ONLY if NOT using the limit switches, you must jump between the limit switch terminals (FCC1, FCA1, FCC2, FCA2) and limit common (COMF).
ONLY IF NOT USING
LIMIT SWITCHES
E-S 1602 considerations
The slave arm of the E-S 1602 installs the same way as the master arm in the previous installation
steps. On the control board the terminals on terminal block CN2 and CN3 for the operator arms
have a number at the end, either a 1 or 2.
 Terminals ending with a 1 are
master arm terminals.
 Terminals ending with a 2 are
slave arm terminals.
2.17
Mounting the Control Board and Box
Position your control box on the post of the gate or a nearby fence.
(1) Remove the rubber covers on the back of the box to reveal the holes. Use these holes to mount
the box, and then put the rubber covers over the screw heads to prevent water leakage.
*For a dual operator set-up, the control box will be on the same side of the driveway as the master
control arm.
(2) Use the knockouts in the bottom of the box to run your wires into the control box. The knockouts
are multi-sized - purchase water tight connectors to run the wires into the box. The water tight
connectors go in the knockouts on the bottom.
(3) To mount the control board, first mount the control board stand in the center of the box.
(4) Place the caps provided over the pegs that will be used to attach the control board.
All wires being run to the control board should also be run through water-tight connectors. Connectors are available from most home stores or your Estate Swing dealer.
If using backup batteries, create holes on the side of the box large enough for your watertight connectors and run your wires in from the side to make room for the battery.
3.1
Position Backup Batteries
1. Slide the two batteries below the control board mount. They do not require any additional bracing.
Create holes on the side of the box large enough for your water tight connectors and run your
wires in from the side to make room for the batteries.
3.2
For Your Convenience
The white terminal strips on the control board are easily removed for wiring.
Simply pull straight out on the terminal strip to remove it from the board. It will
slide right off. Slide it back on when you are finished with your wiring
connections.
3.3
Wiring the Operator Arm(s)
Attaching Arm Cover
1. Fit the bottom cover with the supplied cable gland.
2. Run the 5 Conductor wire through the cable gland and tighten the cable gland to squeeze the wire.
3. After attaching the wire according to the picture below and the chart on the following page, cover
the operator arm terminal board with the bottom cover.
Use the following page in conjunction with this picture to
correctly wire your arm(s).
3.4
Wiring the Operator Arm(s)
1. Locate the wiring terminal board on the bottom of the
operator arm(s).
2. Wire the operator arms according to the diagram below.
NOTE: 1 indicates Master arm or Single operator connections, 2 indicates Slave arm if applicable and is not used in single gate installations.
Wiring Connections for Operator Arm Power.
Position
Color
from right Inside
in arm
Arm
Arm to Board
Wire Color
Terminal
Purpose
Board
Board Connection
Terminal Terminal
Block
M
Red
Red/White
Lg. Wire
Power
CN2
APM1 (master)
APM2 (slave - if dual)
M
Black
Black/White
Lg. Wire
Power
CN2
CHM1 (master)
CHM2 (slave - if dual)
COM
Yellow
Yellow
Sm. Wire
Limit
CN3
Common
COMF (For both master
and slave- if dual)
FCC
Red
Red
Sm. Wire
Limit
Closed
Position
CN3
FCC1 (master)
FCC2 (slave - if dual)
FCA
Black
Black
Sm. Wire
Limit
Open
Position
CN3
FCA1 (master)
FCA2 (slave - if dual)
NOTE: Ground Terminal Screw indicates right from left as seen in picture on previous page, the
ground terminal screw however is not used on this model.
There is an Illustration to match the above chart on the previous page.
Push-To-Open wiring is found on the next page.
We have recently changed provided wire colors. If your wire colors do not match the
chart above and you need help determining terminal placement, call 1-800-640-GATE
for assistance.
3.5
Wiring the Operator Arm(s) for Push To Open
1. Locate the wiring terminal board on the bottom of the
operator arm(s).
2. Wire the operator arms according to the diagram below.
Wiring Connections for Operator Arm Power.
Position
Color
from right Inside
in arm
Arm
Arm to Board
Wire Color
Terminal
Purpose
Board
Board Connection
Terminal Terminal
Block
M
Red
Red/White
Lg. Wire
Power
CN2
CHM1 (master)
CHM2 (slave - if dual)
M
Black
Black/White
Lg. Wire
Power
CN2
APM1 (master)
APM2 (slave - if dual)
COM
Yellow
Yellow
Sm. Wire
Limit
CN3
Common
COMF (For both master
and slave- if dual)
FCC
Red
Red
Sm. Wire
Limit
Open
Position
CN3
FCA1 (master)
FCA2 (slave - if dual)
FCA
Black
Black
Sm. Wire
Limit
Closed
Position
CN3
FCC1 (master)
FCC2 (slave - if dual)
NOTE: 1 indicates Master arm or Single operator connections, 2 indicates Slave arm if applicable and is not used in single gate installations.
The main difference with Push To Open is the matching of column 1 with column 6 in
the chart above. Note how the FCCs no longer match up and the FCAs don’t either, also the power leads are swapped.
We have recently changed provided wire colors. If your wire colors do not match the
chart above and you need help determining terminal placement, call 1-800-640-GATE
for assistance.
3.6
Temporary Safety Jumpers
For the highest level of safety, the Estate Swing systems are set up with Normally Closed safety
terminals. This means that in order for the gate opener to move these terminals must be closed
either through a safety device (recommended) or with jumpers. Temporary safety jumpers are
provided in the control box hardware bag for jumping these terminals to common (COM) during
the set-up process.
It is recommended not to use any accessories until setup and programming are complete.
NOTE: If not using safety devices the temporary safety jumper must remain in. In order for
the gate operator to move, all three safety terminal lights (STOP, FSW CL, FSW OP) must
be lit.
3.7
Power
1. The Estate Swing E-S 1600 comes with 1) 24V transformer. The transformer supplied has 2
screw terminals to connect to. You may locate the transformer up to 144’ (single) or
72’ (dual) away from the control board using 2 conductor stranded direct burial wire
as specified below.
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Single (1600)
0-36 Feet - Use 16 Gauge
37-57 Feet - Use 14 Gauge
58-91 Feet - Use 12 Gauge
92-144 Feet - Use 10 Gauge
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Dual (1602)
0-18 Feet - Use 16 Gauge
19-29 Feet - Use 14 Gauge
30-45 Feet - Use 12 Gauge
46-72 Feet - Use 10 Gauge
2. Insert the two wires from the transformer into the two VAC terminals on the control board
(CN1). The wires are not polarized, there is no positive or negative. Do not splice the power
cable wire.
Never run 110VAC power directly to the Estate Swing. This will destroy the Estate
Swing control board.
Allow a minimum if 4’ of wire between the control board and the transformer.
Never connect the power wire with the transformer plugged in.
Contact between the two lead wires, even for a second, will destroy the transformer.
Transformers are only warranted if the internal fuse is not blown.
If the fuse is blown an outside factor (shorting, surge, water, etc)
has caused the
transformer not to function.
3. Plug the transformer into a 110 V AC outlet.
4. The transformer is not weather proof and must be kept in a covered area. Plug covers are available from your dealer, contact 1-800640-GATE for a dealer in your area.
5. Two 12V DC batteries may be run in series as backup to the 24V
transformer power. Running two 12V batteries (Max 5 a/h per battery) in series creates a 24V system, you cannot run them in parallel
(see diagram to the left)
6. The power light located below the +24V and –24V output terminals will be on if the power is connected properly. If the light is off
then power through the transformer is not functioning properly and
either the unit has no power or is on battery backup. The light stays
off during battery backup.
3.8
Estate Swing 433 Plug-in Receiver
1. With the red plug already inside the control box, run the grey
receiver wire out of the box through one of the water tight
connections.
2. Find a location for the receiver box on the gate post or a fence
post that is within the length of the receiver wire.
3. Using a #6 screw attached the top of the receiver to the post.
If you are happy with this position use the small provided set
screw in the bottom hole to secure the receiver in place.
4. Attach the receiver wire to the terminals as seen below. Please
note that you will find a factory installed jumper wire connected on the receiver. Leave this jumper wire in place. One
of the terminals that has the jumper wire will have the White
wire added to the terminal.
3.9
Estate Swing 433 Plug-in Receiver (cont.)
5. Plug the white clip inside the control box into the
control board. The groove in the white clip should
snap into the guide on the 5 prong connector. (Fig
1)
6. The red power light should come on the receiver.
(Fig 2)
Fig. 1
7. Program your remotes to the receiver:
Fig. 2
A. Press and release the LEARN1 button at the top
of the receiver board (ex 1). The learn LED will illuminate steady (ex 2). (Fig 3)
B. Press and hold the button on the remote you wish
to program to the receiver.
C. Hold the remote button until the Learn LED
flashes and then turns off. (caution your gate opener
may be triggered during this process)
D. Repeat A through C for all additional remotes.
Fig. 3
NOTES ABOUT REMOTES:
You can program up to 400 codes into the receiver. This could mean 1 button on 400 different remotes
or this could mean all 4 buttons on 100 remotes or anything in between. Some choose to program all 4
buttons to a single receiver if they are not using multiple gates to eliminate pressing the incorrect button
on the remote. To do so follow the programming above with each button of the remote. You can erase
all programmed codes by holding Learn 1 until the Learn LED comes ON and then turns OFF.
8. Put the cover on the receiver and secure it in place using the provided screw.
IMPORTANT: The r eceiver is a dr ip pr oof r eceiver . This means that it is designed to
prevent water from accessing the inside of the receiver when the water is moving downward
with gravity (rain for example).
DO NOT mount the r eceiver anyplace that water may access it fr om another angle.
For example: Do not mount near sprinklers. Do not mount the receiver horizontally. Do not
mount the receiver near a flat surface where water could splash upwards.
3.10
Setting Operating Parameters
Complete this step prior to programming the gate run time. This will dictate how your gate will react during programming and normal operation.
It is not necessary to reset these if power is removed or if reset is tripped,
they will stay set.
Important Dip Switch Setting
Verify the 4 dipswitches to the left of the display LED are as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
Entering programming mode
1. Make the necessary power connections and check the LED lights to be sure the appropriate
lights are lit.
2. The display should show
3. Press and hold down P2 until the display shows parameter A with the
corresponding number that is currently default or previously programmed.
4. Press P1 to change the number variable of the parameter, USE THE
CHART ON THE NEXT PAGE AS A GUIDE.
5. To move to the next parameter, Press P2.
6. When 60 seconds have elapsed without any button being pressed the control unit automatically exits the programming mode. To exit manually, Press P2 to scroll through all the parameters until the display shows
4.1
Operating Parameters Chart
Minimum Force
Medium-low Force
FORCE
This parameter adjusts the sensitivity of the
electronic clutch system. The electronic clutch
system controls the anti-crushing auto-reverse
feature when a gate in motion makes contact
with an obstacle.
DELAY
This parameter is for Dual gate opener systems ONLY. This determines how long the
second leaf will pause before moving to allow
the first leaf to separate and avoid obstructing
on the other leaf.
If using a Single gate opener system, the setting will not affect your gate.
Medium-high Force
High Force
1.5 Second Offset
3 Second Offset
6 Second Offset
10 Second Offset
This parameter turns auto-close on or off. The
AUTOpause time for the auto-close is set during
RECLOSE movement programming.
Disabled
Enabled
Opens/Closes/Opens...
OPEN
A
Opens/Stops/Closes/Stops...
Disabled
CONDO
Enabled
Disabled
OVERPUSH
Enabled
Flashing Lamp
LAMP
90 Second Courtesy Light
This parameter determines what an OPEN A
terminal command will result in. d1 is recommended for safety.
This parameter is for use with multiple gate
users. If enabled, when the gate is opening it
can not be reversed by another open signal.
This parameter is for use with electric gate
locks. The gate will briefly push further closed
before opening to allow the lock to release.
This parameter is to determine between a
flashing or steady lamp. If not using a lamp the
setting will not affect your gate.
Continued on following page.
4.2
20% of total arch
10% of total arch
Low
High
No Limit Switch
SOFT
START/
STOP
This parameter determines when the gate will
begin to slow down near the end of opening
and closing cycle.
SOFT
SPEED
This parameter determines how fast the gate
will move during the soft start/stop. If using
positive stops it must be set to 0.
LIMIT
SWITCH
In this parameter you MUST specify whether
you are using limit switches or not for proper
function of your gate.
SINGLE
OR DUAL
In this parameter you MUST specify whether
you are using single gate (one leaf - one
motor) or dual gate (two leaves - two motors).
Limit Switch
Single Leaf Gate
Dual Leaf Gate
Press P2 one more time to exit this mode. After
setting your last parameter you must now move
on to programming your gate run times. Programming instructions begin on the next page.
Your opener arm(s) will not move prior to
completing gate run time programming.
4.3
Programming Gate Run Times
In this stage, your control board will memorize where your limits are (identified by limit
switches, positive stops or both) in both opening and closing phases. Also if the auto-close
feature is activated it will learn the user specified pause time.
FOR SAFETY PURPOSES—your opener will not run until this step is completed
1. Release the operator gears using the manual release process. Once released, manually move the
gate(s) half way between the open and close stop points.
2. Relock the operator gears at the half way point
through its cycle.
3. Verify your operator control board is showing
on the LED display by touching the TWO reset
pins as in the graphic below.
HINT: Using a flat head screwdriver, place it between
the two pins and turn until contact is made with both.
4. Press and hold down P2 until the LED display shows
the A parameter and the relevant number appear in the
LED display.
Example:
Single Leaf
5. Give an OPEN A command. This can be done with any opening device (keypad, push button,
etc…) wired into OPEN A and COM or using the transmitter. Y ou can also briefly (one second or
less) jump OPEN A and COM with a wire. This will begin your gate in the CLOSING
DIRECTION and the LED display will r ead “Pr”.
IMPORTANT: If the gate(s) begin to open rather than close, the gate(s) must be stopped with a reset pulse.
You can either:
Touch the TWO pins of the JMP “RESET” using a screwdriver OR
Disconnect all power (transformer and backup battery)
4.4
Then switch the wires leading into APM1-CHM1 (if Dual Operator APM2-CHM2 also) and then
begin programming again.
5. When the closing stop point or limit switch is reached, the motor pauses for approximately 2
seconds, and then restarts with a total opening maneuver to the opening stop point or limit
switch.
6. When the full open stop or limit switch is reached the gate(s) will stop.
7. Wait for the amount of time you would like your gate(s) to pause for (up to 4 minutes) during
normal operation before automatically re-closing and then signal your opener using an OPEN A
contact or transmitter signal to close the gate(s). The gate(s) will then return to closed and programming will be complete.
Even if your auto close is off you must still set a pause time, the pause time
will not be used in normal gate operation.
Dual gates are programmed
simultaneously. Move both of
the leafs to the same starting
position and both leafs will
move together through the
same programming sequence.
There is a slight starting delay
on the slave side.
4.5
LED Lights & Operational Displays
Control Board LED Lights - The control board LED lights are located above their respective terminals that they represent. (With exception of ALIM, power supply light, which is located
below the power terminals in the upper left corner.) The LED lights are a quick way of verifying
necessary connections are made. Below is a chart of their interpretations.
LED
ON
OFF
ALIM
Powers supply by transformer
Power supply by battery or no power
FCC 1
Motor 1 closing limit switch - not tripped
Motor 1 closing limit switch - tripped
FCA 1
Motor 1 opening limit switch - not tripped
Motor 1 opening limit switch - tripped
FCC 2
Motor 2 closing limit switch - not tripped
Motor 2 closing limit switch - tripped
FCA2
Motor 2 opening limit switch - not tripped
Motor 2 opening limit switch - tripped
STOP
Stop command - not activated
Stop command - activated
FSW CL
Closing safety device - not tripped
Closing safety device - tripped
FSW OP
Opening safety device - not tripped
Opening safety device - tripped
During idle (closed and waiting on command) for single gate openers, all should be on except FCC1, FCC 2, and FCA 2.
During idle for dual gate openers, all LED lights should be on except for FCC1 and FCC2.
If not using safety devices , you must jump STOP, FSW CL and FSW OP to COM in order
for the gate opener to function.
Standard Operation Display - This is when the gate opener is not in parameter setting
mode or programming mode. LED displays DS1 and DS2 will show the following:
Gate Status
Gate At Rest in Closed Position
Gate Opening or Gate Open when Auto Close is OFF
Gate open in pause status
(Only with automatic re-close enabled - Parameter c)
Gate Closing
5.1
Troubleshooting
If the gate opener will not move.
Be sure you have gone through programming. Without programming no power is ever sent to the
operator arms.
Check wiring connections.
Check to be sure jumpers are in place between STOP, FSW OP, FSW CL to COM on terminal
block CN4.
If not using limit switches, be sure jumpers are in place between FCC1, FCA1, FCC2, FCA2 to
COMF on terminal block CN3.
Be sure the arms are locked out of manual operation.
Check all fuses, the fuses protect as follows but all are required for the arms to move:
F1: 10A – Power Supply, 24VAC
F2: 630 mA – Power supply to accessories and battery charger
F3: 630 mA – Flashing lamp output
F4: 3.15A – Electric Lock Output
If the gate opener move a few inches or feet and stops or reverses directions.
Check dip switches to the left of the LED display. It should be 1:OFF, 2:OFF, 3:ON, 4:On. If the
dip switches are wrong, you must turn all power off before changing the dipswitches and then
turn power back on for the settings to take effect.
Increase the force setting to the highest force. The force setting is the A parameter, move the A
parameter to 4. If the gate moves fully after doing so you may then work your way down force
settings to the lowest force setting that the gate still moves correctly under.
Check the setback. The setback of the operator is important to correct operation due to leverage
the arm will have on the gate.
If using limit switches, check limit switch placement and wiring. You can tell if a limit switch has
been triggered by watching to see if one of the lights above FCC1, FCA1, FCC2, FCA2 go unlit.
Whichever limit light is unlit is engaged.
Continued on next page.
5.2
If fuse the F2 fuse blows or continues to blow.
Check all wiring to both the backup batteries and to all accessories run off of the 24+,- terminals
on terminal block CN1. Check for the following:
· The batteries are run in series not parallel. If they are run in parallel the batteries will become overcharged and be destroyed, which will then create a short and continually blow
the F2 fuse.
· The accessories going into 24V+, - must have the correct polarity.
· The accessories going into 24V+, - cannot exceed a combined power draw of more than
500 mA.
Check the battery voltage, if the battery voltage is very low you may have dead cells in the battery causing an overdraw of current and blowing the fuse. Replace the batteries.
If the gate reaches it’s closed position during the learning process but does not re-open.
Touch the reset pins (RST) to reset the system. Change the i parameter to 0. Restart the learning
process.
Contact Estate Swing for alternate power supply to correct a lack of correct voltage and/or amperage outputs under load.
The gate does not reach the desired stop points.
If not using limit switches:
· Be sure the arm can go full expected range. Manually release the arms and move the gates
by hand to possible range. Do not let the arm reach its physical limitations before the
stops during normal operation.
· If arms can’t extend full expected range, check the setback. 6 ½ x 6-½ inch setback is the
correct setback for a 110-degree opening.
· If the opener arm has the physical possibility of opening yet still stops, increase the force
setting to the highest force. The force setting is the A parameter, move the A parameter to
4. If the gate moves fully after doing so you may then work your way down force settings
to the lowest force setting that the gate still moves correctly under. The ending positions
are where the most stress is put on the arm and the leverage is the lowest.
If using limit switches:
· Check limit switch placement and wiring. You can tell if a limit switch has been triggered
by watching to see if one of the lights above FCC1, FCA1, FCC2, FCA2 go unlit. Whichever limit light is unlit is engaged.
· If limit switches are to the furthest points possible on both the closed and open positions,
check the setback. 6 ½ x 6-½ inch setback is the correct setback for a 110-degree opening
· If the opener arm has the physical possibility of opening yet still stops, increase the force
setting to the highest force. The force setting is the A parameter, move the A parameter to
4. If the gate moves fully after doing so you may then work your way down force settings
to the lowest force setting that the gate still moves correctly under. The ending positions
are where the most stress is put on the arm and the leverage is the lowest.
5.3
If you call in for technical support or warranty support:
before any control board or motor will be permitted to
be sent in for testing or warranty you will be required to
e-mail digital photos to the technician.
This is done in your best interest to save unnecessary shipping expenses and time lost. Many times
we can come up with solutions to issues by seeing pictures that relay information that is impossible to relay through a phone conversation.
Below are examples of control board pictures and motor pictures that we will be looking for:
5.4
Control Board Overview
Caution! Do not r un 110V AC power dir ect to the boar d. This will cause per manent damage to
both boards and void your warrantee. Caution!
CN1 - Upper left hand corner of board, used for power and back up power.
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VAC - terminals. The input ter minals for the supplied 24V tr ansfor mer . Polar ity is not
an issue for this terminal.
+BAT, -BAT - terminals. Input ter minals for the optional backup batter ies. The batter y
power coming in must be 24V DC. This can be achieved by running two 12V batteries (Max
5 a/h per battery) in series. During normal operation, the unit keeps the batteries charged and
the batteries begin operating the unit if no power is being supplied through terminals VAC.
Observe polarity on these terminals.
+24, -24 - terminals. Accessor ies needing constant 24V power should be attached to these
terminals following the correct polarity. (Example: Alternate receiver, exit wand)
Continued on following page.
6.1
CN2 - Located on the lower left side of the board, these terminals are outputs for the operator arm(s), gate locks (optional), and lamps (optional).
 APM1, CHM1 - terminals. For dual oper ations these ter minals ar e for the ar m that must
move first, for single operations these terminals are the output for controlling the operator arm.
 APM2, CHM2 - terminals. For dual oper ations ONLY. Connect the ar m that is to move
second to these terminals. For single operations nothing should be connected to these terminals.
 ELS - terminals. Br ief 24V output at beginning of oper ation cycle, meant for r elease an
electric lock.
 LAMP - terminals. Both a flashing lamp and a cour tesy lamp can be connected to these
terminals with a power supply of 24V DC and a max output of 15 W. to change between flashing lamps and courtesy lamps, select parameter “G”.
CN3 - Located on the center bottom of the board, these terminals are for limit switches.
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COMF - Common ter minal to make the needed nor mally closed connections for the limit
switches.
FCC1 - Nor mally closed contact. This ter minal is connected with the COMF thr ough the
limit switch. When tripped (connection opened) it stops the motion of the first operator. (If not
being used, this terminal must be jumped with COMF) Master Closed Limit Switch
FCA1 - Nor mally closed contact. This ter minal is connected with the COMF thr ough the
limit switch. When tripped (connection opened) it stops the motion of the first operator. (If not
being used, this terminal must be jumped with COMF) Master Open Limit Switch
FCC2 - Nor mally closed contact. This ter minal is connected with the COMF thr ough the
limit switch. When tripped (connection opened) it stops the motion of the second operator. (If
not being used, this terminal must be jumped with COMF) Slave Closed Limit Switch
FCA2 - Nor mally closed contact. This ter minal is connected with the COMF thr ough the
limit switch. When tripped (connection opened) it stops the motion of the second operator. (If
not being used, this terminal must be jumped with COMF) Slave Open Limit Switch
ENC1, ENC2 - terminals. NOT USED
CN4 - Located on the bottom right of the board, these terminals are for accessories and safety devices.
 OPEN A - terminal. This is the most common ter minal for accessor ies. Accessor ies utilizing
a normally open contact to set the gate in motion will be attached to this terminal and the COM
terminal (common or also know as ground).
 OPEN B - terminal. This ter minal is for opening the fir st leaf only in dual gate oper ations.
It is a normally open contact that must be used in conjunction with the COM terminal.
 STOP - terminal. This is a nor mally closed ter minal that is used for gate motion stopping
emergency commands. If a safety device is not being used in this terminal the operator must
have a jumper ran from this terminal to the COM terminal in order to operate.
 FSW CL, FSW OP - terminals. These nor mally closed ter minals ar e for safety devices dur ing the closing (CL) and opening (OP) cycles of the gate. If a safety device is not being used in
this terminal the operator must have a jumper ran from this terminal to the COM terminal in order to operate.
 COM - terminal. This is a common, or sometimes r efer r ed to as gr ound, ter minal. It is
used in conjunction will ALL accessories and safety devices.
6.2
Photocell & Safety Device Guide
Before connecting the photocells (or other devices) we advise you to select the type
of operation according to the movement zone to be protected.
Opening Safety Devices: They
operate only during the gate
opening movement and,
therefore, they are suitable for
protecting the zone between the
opening leaves and fixed
obstacles (walls, etc.) against
the risk of impact and crushing.
Closing Safety Devices: They
operate only during the gate
closing movement and,
therefore, are suitable for protecting the closing zone against
the risk of impact.
Opening/Closing Safety Devices: the oper ate dur ing the gate opening and closing
movements and, therefore, they are suitable for protecting the opening and closing zones
against the risk of impact.
If one or more devices have the same function (opening or closing) they must be
connected to each other in series. Normally Closed contacts on the accessories panel must be used.
6.3
Accessories Wiring
The manufacturer instructions that come with your accessory should have markings for wires
or terminals to connect to the gate opener. Please look for terminals named below in the instructions for the accessory.
Keypads, Receivers:

Normally Open (NO) or Input (INP) or Relay of entry device = OPENA ter minal of CN4
block on gate opener control board.
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Common (COM) or Ground (GND) or Relay of entry device = COM ter minal of CN4
block on gate opener control board.
NOTE: If the power for the accessory shares a Ground wire/terminal with the relay – Do Not
power that accessory off this control board (example: WKP-P keypad). Instead power that device
with batteries.

24V Power positive (+) or (24V) or (PWR) of entry device = +24V ter minal of CN1 block
on gate opener control board.

24V Power Negative (-) or (GND) or (PWR) of entry device = -24V terminal of CN1 block on
gate opener control board.
Push Button, Intercoms:

Normally Open (NO) or Input (INP) or Relay of entry device = OPENA ter minal of CN4
block on gate opener control board.
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Common (COM) or Ground (GND) or Relay of entry device = COM ter minal of CN4
block on gate opener control board.
Push buttons do not require power and Intercoms draw too much power to power from the
gate opener.
Exit Wand/Sensor, Exit Loop Detector, Exit Device:

Normally Open (NO) or Input (INP) or Relay of exit device = OPENA ter minal of CN4
block on gate opener control board.
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Common (COM) or Ground (GND) or Relay of exit device = COM ter minal of CN4 block
on gate opener control board.

24V Power positive (+) or (24V) or (PWR) of exit device = +24V ter minal of CN1 block on
gate opener control board.

24V Power Negative (-) or (GND) or (PWR) or Shield wire of exit device = -24V terminal of
CN1 block on gate opener control board.
6.4
Accessories Wiring
Photo Eye, Safety Edge, Safety Loop:

Normally Closed (NC) of safety device = FSW CL ter minal of CN4 block on gate opener
control board.

Common (COM) or Ground (GND) of safety device = COM ter minal of CN4 block on gate
opener control board.

24V Power positive (+) or (24V) or (PWR) of safety device = 24V+ ter minal of CN1 block
on gate opener control board.
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24V Power negative (-) or (GND) or (PWR) of safety device = 24V- terminal of CN1 block
on gate opener control board.
*Remove safety jumper from FSW CL terminal if using a safety device.
Solenoid Gate Lock:

Positive Lead of lock = ELS ter minal of CN2 block on gate opener contr ol boar d.
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Negative Lead of lock = ELS ter minal of CN2 block on gate opener contr ol boar d.
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Magnetic Gate Lock: Magnetic gate locks must have their own power supply and their own
relay.
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Coil of relay for magnetic lock = ELS ter minal of CN2 block on gate opener contr ol boar d.
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Coil of relay for magnetic lock = ELS ter minal of CN2 block on gate opener contr ol boar d.
Connect positive lead of the power supply directly to the positive lead of the mag lock.
Connect negative lead of the power supply to the N/C terminal of the relay.
Connect the COM terminal of the relay to the negative lead of the mag lock.
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