Centurion D2 Turbo Low-Voltage Installation guide

Centurion D2 Turbo Low-Voltage Installation guide
D2 Turbo Pocket mechanical
installation guide
TM
DOMESTIC
SLIDING GATE
OPERATOR
This guide is designed specifically for installers who are familiar with the
installation of standard sliding gate motors, but do not know the specifics
of the D2 Turbo.
Please do not proceed with the installation until you have
read and fully understand the Safety instructions included in
your product packaging. The Safety instructions are also
available on www.centsys.co.za, and may also be obtained
by contacting Centurion Systems on +27 860 236 887
(SA only).
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during the installation.
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considered during installation.
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Please take special note of critical aspects that MUST be
adhered to in order to prevent injury.
The D2 Turbo domestic sliding gate operator has been designed solely to
open and close domestic sliding gates. It must not be installed or used to
automate the entrances of townhouse complexes, housing estates,
industrial sites, etc.
It is a 12V DC battery operated unit with the following limitations:
Gate mass maximum:
Starting pull force:
Rated running force:
Maximum speed:
Maximum gate length:
Design life:
250kg
< 18kgf
< 9kgf
24 metres/minute
10 metres
Ten years at ten cycles per day
1
6
7
8
2
9
3
4
10
5
11
Which bit is what?
1.
Motor fuse
7.
12V 7.2Ah or 5Ah battery
2.
Motor enclosure unit
8.
Battery strap
3.
Camlock cover
9.
Pulley guard
4.
Release thumbwheel
10. Gate mounted origin marker
5.
Foundation plate
11. Origin marker bracket
6.
D2 Turbo controller
8
7
6
8
3
2
5
1
4
Legend
1. 10V - 24V AC or 10V - 28V DC supply cable via step-down
transformer (mounted in house/dwelling) (2 core cabtyre or twinflex,
thickness depending on distance of cable run and transformer output
voltage. Refer to Cable Thickness Table in the User Guide
Optional wiring (all cable is multi-stranded):
2. Intercom cable from motor to dwelling (n1 + 6 core 0 .5mm2)
3. Intercom cable from motor to entry panel (n2 0.5mm2)
4. Safe CLS: Recommended infrared safety beams (3 core 0.5mm2)
5. TRG:
Access control device (3 core 0.5mm2)
6. PED:
Optional pedestrian keyswitch (a)
2
or keypad (b) (3 core 0.5mm )
2
Optional external radio receiver (3 core 0.5mm )
7. TRG:
8. LIGHT:
Optional pillar lights (3 core LNE SWA, size according to
power requirements)
n1 = number of cores required by intercom
n2 = number of cores required by intercom
Possibly increase cable thickness if pillar lights are installed
Allows for all features such as pedestrian opening, status LED, etc.,
to be operated from the intercom handset inside the dwelling.
Number of cores and type of cable could vary depending on brand
of access control system being used
For optimum range, an external receiver can be mounted on the
wall
Ensure that all the standard considerations for a quality
gate installation are adhered to as specified in Centurion
Systems’ comprehensive installation manuals. If you are
unfamiliar with these, then you may find them on
www.CentSys.com. However, as a minimum please
ensure that:
 There is unobstructed access in and out of the premises
 The operator must not protrude into the driveway
 Endstops are mandatory and must be capable of stopping the gate
at rated speed
 Guide-rollers and anti-lift brackets are correctly fitted
 The specified gate mass, starting- and rated-pull-force limitations
are not exceeded
 All relevant safety instructions are adhered to
Mount the operator
8A. Selecting Manual Mode
8A.1. Insert the camlock key
and rotate it 90°
clockwise. This will
allow for the removal of
the cover, as well as for
the rotation of the Manual
Release thumbwheel.
8A.2. The motor pinion can be
put into ‘Manual Mode’
(unlocked) by rotating the
Manual Release
thumbwheel counterclockwise through
approximately 90°.
Using the camlock, it is possible to lock the operator cover in
place with the Manual Release thumbwheel in either the ‘locked’
or ‘unlocked’ position
When locked, the Manual Release thumbwheel cannot be moved
from ‘locked’ to ‘unlocked’ or vice versa
8B. Locate entry points for conduits/cables
8B.1.
Cable entry is allowed for
on the far left hand side
corner of the gearbox.
Cable
entry points
Mounting
studs
8B.2. Fit the mounting studs to
the foundation plate and
secure in place with the
stud locknuts.
Stud
locknut
(M10
half-height
nut)
Foundation
plate
Level this end
of the rack,
and fix
8B.3. Position the foundation
plate to allow for the pinion
to be unmeshed from the
rack when the gearbox has
to be removed.
Leave clearance under the
gearbox to allow for the
gearbox to be lowered if
the rack and pinion mesh is
too tight.
Check that
the rack is
just resting
on the
pinion
Level this end
and fix
3mm
tooth gap
A gap of 3mm between the
rack and the pinion must
be maintained.
3mm
Lower
8B.4. Fit RAZ/Nylon/Steel angle rack as recommended by Centurion
Systems. Use height-adjustment nuts to obtain correct rack and
pinion mesh. Rack can be mounted above or below the pinion to
suit site conditions. Refer to illustration A1, A2, A3, B1, B2 and B2.
148 - 158
Foundation Flat bar welded
plate
to foundation
plate and rail
* Includes 3mm clearance
required between rack and pinion
130*
77
5 (Recommended
to allow for
adjustment)
B1: Above pinion - Nylon rack
5 (Recommended
to allow for
adjustment)
A2: Below pinion - RAZ rack
148 - 158
Foundation
Raised
plate
foundation
B2: Below pinion - Nylon rack
5 (Recommended
to allow for
adjustment)
160*
77
5 (Recommended
to allow for
adjustment)
A1: Above pinion - RAZ rack
146
Flat bar welded
to foundation
plate and rail
* Includes 3mm clearance
required between rack and pinion
5 (Recommended
to allow for
adjustment)
C2: Below pinion - Steel rack
174*
C1: Above pinion - Steel rack
74
148 - 158
Foundation
Raised
plate
foundation
5 (Recommended
to allow for
adjustment)
148 - 158
Foundation Flat bar welded
to foundation
plate
plate and rail
* Includes 3mm clearance
required between rack and pinion
Foundation
plate
146
Raised
foundation
Foundation
plate
The pinion guard is
easily removed and
rotated allowing the rack
to be fitted above or
below the pinion.
8B.5.
Use the orange heightadjustment nuts
provided to level the
gearbox.
8B.6.
Tighten the hold-down
nuts when the gearbox is
in the correct position.
Holddown
nuts
(M10
nuts)
Orange
heightadjustment
nuts
Washer
Stud
locknut (M10 half-height nut)
Discus
padlock
Theft-resistant
nut and Discus
padlock are
available from
CENTURION for
sites requiring
additional
security.
Theftresistant
nut
C: Isometric view
Greater than 500mm
8B.7.
Mount gate origin
marker to rack as per
illustration C, D and E,
with the gate in the
closed position.
D: Plan view
Greater than 500mm
Turbo
Origin
marker
Gate in
closed
position
Origin
marker
E: Plan view
Gate
Take care with the
orientation of the arrow
on the origin marker. This
arrow must face the
operator.
8B.8.
Battery is fitted between
the motor enclosure
unit and the D2 Turbo
controller.
8B.9.
Unclip the orange clips
holding the controller
onto the motor enclosure
unit.
8B.10. Fit the 7.2Ah/5Ah
battery and clip the
orange clips down to
secure the battery in
place.
Rack
10-17mm
Origin sensor
inside motor
enclosure
Turbo
Unclip
orange
battery
clip
Fit the
7Ah/5Ah
battery
Clip
orange
battery
clip to
secure
9.1.
Always check that the circuit breaker in the
electrical panel is in the OFF position, and that
all high voltage circuits (more than 42.4V) are
completely isolated from the mains supply
before doing any work.
9.2.
Ensure that all low voltage systems (less than 42.4V) are
suitably protected from damage, by disconnecting all
sources of power such as chargers and batteries before
doing any work.
9.3.
All electrical work must be carried out according to the
requirements of all applicable local electrical codes. (It is
recommended that a licensed electrical contractor perform
such work.)
Connect all wiring
Wire the controller to the required input and output devices as per the
wiring diagrams on the right hand side.
Refer to the illustration of the D2 Turbo controller, which shows the
position of the Function and Setting Dials, the status LED, and the
select/toggle
Pushbutton.
All programming is done by means of two rotary Dials, a Pushbutton,
and the bi-colour (red and green) status LED.
The rotary Function Dial selects the required function you wish to
set. This is selected first.
Secondly, the rotary Setting Dial dials in the actual setting for the
function selected.
10A. Using the Pushbutton and status LEDs
 To select a particular setting, press the
pushbutton
 The status LED indicates the status of the setting
 A green status LED indicates that particular setting is selected
 A red status LED indicates it is off or not selected
If the setting is a single fixed value, e.g. 15 second
autoclose time, then the pushbutton acts as a select.
If the setting has an option such as On/Off, or Hi/Low
then the
pushbutton will act as a toggle.
 If the status LED is green, then the first option is selected
 If the status LED is red, then the second option is selected
10B. Using the Function Dial
The Function Dial has six different settings that may be selected:
 RUN:
Fully anti-clockwise. The unit must be left in this
position for “Normal run” operation
 A - LIMITS:
Sets up the gate open and closed positions
automatically.
 B - REMOTES:
Allows for NOVA remotes to be added or deleted
 C - AUTOCLOSE: Allows for different Autoclose times to be set
 D - MODE:Allows for different modes of operation to be set
 E - PROFILE:
Allows for specific gate profiles to be toggled
On/Off or Hi/Low
10C. Using the Setting Dial
The Setting Dial has six different positions, which allow the function
required, to be selected.
Function dial
A - LIMITS
B - REMOTES
C - AUTOCLOSE
D - MODE
E - PROFILE
Setting dial (Ring position-Dial position)
A-1
B-1
B-2
B-3
B-4
B-5
C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
D-1
D-2
D-3
D-4
D-5
D-6
E-1
E-2
E-3
E-4
E-5
Automatic; Start with gate closed
Learn a transmitter button to Trg
Learn a transmitter button to Ped
Learn a transmitter button to Lck
Delete a transmitter
Delete all transmitters
Autoclose off
Autoclose after 5 seconds
Autoclose after 10 seconds
Autoclose after 15 seconds
Autoclose after 30 seconds
Autoclose after 45 seconds
Standard Mode
Open Only Mode
Reversing Mode
PIRAC Mode
On
Off
Pre-Flash Mode A On
Off
Pre-Flash Mode B On
Off
Positive Close Mode
Speed
Hi
Low
Sensitivity
Hi
Low
Backup to Backup Memory Module
Restore from Backup Memory Module
Use toggle pushbutton to select preference.
For D - MODE, green status LED=On; red status LED=Off
For E - PROFILE, green status LED=High; red status LED=Low
PFA: The Pillar Light relay will activate for two seconds before gate movement occurs, as well as during gate movement.
This means gate movement will be delayed for a period of two seconds after a trigger has been received
PFB: The Pillar Light relay will only activate during gate movement
High Speed: Gate will operate at its maximum speed – typically 24 metres per minute
Low Speed: Gate will operate at 16 metres per minute
 If Backup to Backup Memory Module or Restore from Backup Memory Module are required, remove ENCODER/ORIGIN connector and fit CP108 (Backup Memory Module)
 Any controllers not marked with ‘BACKUP’ and ‘RESTORE’ do not support this function
 E-4 and E-5 text is not screened on the BETA versions
110 - 220V
Mains in
CP106
Relay Card
E
N
L
i5 Infrared safety optional, but
beam (opening) recommended
optional
Connection type: Normally closed
To alarm
panel, etc
Relay card
CP106
Rx
NO
Tx
NC
COM
Waterproof isolator
enclosure within
two metres of motor
IRB Receiver
SETUP:
TES
MO
RE B
12V+
12V-
12V-
AUTOC
LO
SE
C
Aux 12V
Safe Com
Com
PROF
ILE
E
Step 1: Select FUNCTION
Step 2: Select SETTING
Step 3: Press
Step 4: When finished
select RUN
DE
MO
D
110-220V
E
N
L
12V+
COM
NC
optional
LIMI
TS
A
Pillar Light/
Courtesy Light
NO
IRB Tx - Open
Safe OPN
LIGHT
FUNCTION
Safe CLS
LCK/STP
PED
Aux I/O
30A
IRB Tx - Close
Com
IRB Receiver
AB CD E
SETTING
Tx
Hold-down
base plate bolt
Rx
POLOphone
entry panel
optional
12V-
Lightning rod
1
2
2
3
-
4
5
TRG
NO
PED
NC
COM
For enhanced security, connect the
entry panel to a POLOswitch at the
operator
Improved
lightning
protection
Holiday Lockout
keyswich
6
7
8
optional
optional, but
recommended
1
COM
9
optional
Connection type: Normally closed; latching contact
Pedestrian
keyswitch
optional
Connection type: Normally open;
spring release
Optional
Recommended
12V+
SmartGUARD
keypad
OR
optional
Connection type: Normally closed
Connection type: Normally open
Connection type: Normally open
POLOphone
handset status LED
optional, but
recommended
UP
SET
LED
ENCODER
ORIGIN
i5 Infrared safety
beam(closing)
TRG
Connection type: Normally closed
12V-
12V+
NO
NC
COM
12V+
12V-
12V
Status LED
Sharecall 0860-CENTURION (0860 236 887)
Head Office: +27 11 699 2400
Sharecall Technical Support 0861 003 123 or
+27 11 699 2481
from 07h00 to 18h00 (GMT+2)
(Sharecall numbers applicable when dialed from within South Africa only)
0.07.A.0095_05022014
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