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L8542489 ENG 09/2009 rev 1
Complete kit for the automation of swinging gates
Instructions and Recommendations for installation and use
PRETTY
MADE IN ITALY
Dear Customer
We would like to congratulate and thank you for choosing the
BYOU systems.
PRETTY like all other products in the range it is the fruit of
careful and accurate choice of materials and components. The
result is a product that interprets and embodies captivating
designs and state-of-the-art technolog.
BYOU products are covered by a warranty with duration of
2 years.
BYOU srl is not liable for damage caused by improper use or
by incorrect installation of products or components.
The descriptions and illustrations in this manual may be subject
to modification at any time by the manufacturer, who reserves
the right to make updates to the product of a technical, construction or commercial type, without having to update this
publication within specific times.
For any information of a technical or commercial manner,
contact:
BYOU srl:
via dell'Industria 91
36030 Sarcedo (Vicenza)
tel +39 0445 363133
fax +39 0445 378 931
e-mail: [email protected]
web www.byouweb.com
Index
2
General recommendations
3
Programming the CP.PTY control unit - Introduction
17
Product description
3
Self-regulation of the functioning parameters (AUTO)
17
Content of the kit
4
Regulation of the motor thrust (PMOT)
18
Description of the automation
4
Regulation of the automatic closure time (TCA)
18
Preliminary checks
5
Regulation of the slowing phase (TSLD)
19
Technical Data, dimensions and limits of use
5
Step-by-Step functioning mode (PP)
19
Assembling the arms to the gear motor
8
Regulation of the phase shift time when closing (TDMC 19
Fixing the gear motor and leaf brackets
8
Pre-flashing functioning mode (Pre)
20
Assembly of articulated arms
8
Motors inversion (MINV)
20
Fixing the gear motor to the leaf
9
Condominium function (IBL)
20
Checks
9
Memorising new transmitters (RADI>PP)
21
Opening mechanical stops
10
Resetting the control unit (Res)
21
Installation of the flashing light F.BY
11
Memorising pedestrian function (RADI>Ped)
21
Installation of photocells P.BY
12
Complete deletion of the receiver memory (RADI>RTR) 22
Installation of selector K.BY
13
Remote controls quick duplication
22
PRETTY control unit
14
Deleting transmitters (RADI>CLR)
22
Transmitter BY
14
Inspection and commissioning
23
Small columns C.BY
14
What to do if...
24
Control unit CP.BTY connections
15
User guide
25
Motors connection
16
General recommendations
If this is the first time you realise an automation for swing
gates with PRETTY, we recommend that you read this manual carefully as it contains important advice and information for the realisation of the plant in safe conditions.
Keep the various components on hand to gain confidence
with them while reading this manual.
Keep this manual for future use
PRETTY is realised in a way to allow easy installation and
configuration of the system, however, some phases require
the presence of qualified staff.
When reading this manual pay particular attention to these
symbols:
Authorised technician.
Indicates the phases to be performed in the presence of mains voltage.
The presence of qualified staff is required (electrician or authorised installer), in complete respect
with the Safety Standards in force.
Attention!
Potentially dangerous operations. Scrupulously
respect the indications given.
Useful indication.
Suggestions and recommendations for simplifying
and/or improving the installation operations.
All packaging in the Kit is realised using eco-compatible
material that can be recycles. Dispose of the same according to the Regulations in force, separating the various
materials.
The automation of a door cannot be considered the only
device for protection against intrusion.
Do not use any of the components in unsuitable environments (salty, acid or potentially explosive atmosphere)
All operations that require the protection shells of the
devices opened, must take place without mains power
supply.
Product description
DESTINATION OF USE
This product is destined exclusively for the opening and
closure of swing doors for the passage of vehicles, characterised by dimensional limits and weight as indicated in
this manual in the “Limits of use” paragraph".
No other use is allowed.
BYOU is not liable for uses that are not in compliance with
those indicated in these instructions.
The kit is made up from two electromechanical operators
with 24V direct current motor, which allows movement of
the leaves via an articulated anti-shear arm.
Functioning is controlled by and electronic control unit,
installed in one of the two operators.
The control unit commands the movement of the two motors and the functioning of the various accessories.
The supplied accessories are:
1 P.BY pair of photocells: to be installed on the pillars, they
interrupt the movement of the leaf if there are obstacles
present.
1 F.BY flashing light: flashing light that indicates that the
leaf is moving.
1 K.BY key selector switch: installed externally, allows the
opening and closure by means of a customised key.
2 BY radio transmitters: remote controls for opening/closing
the leaf.
Other accessories available as options:
- CB.BY emergency battery kit: in case of a power cut, it
allows the functioning of the leaf by batteries and relative
battery charger installed inside the operator.
- C.BY pair of small columns for additional pair of photocells
F.BY: to be installed within the property (see paragraph
C.BY).
3
Content of the kit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
12
8
13
14
9
10
11
Fig.1
1
PRETTY.A: electromechanical operator with control
unit and connection cable to the mains electricity
9
PRY.4: pair of protection sumps and fixing screws
10
PRY.5: release keys for manual manoeuvre
2
PRETTY.B: electromechanical operator without
control unit.
11
PRY.6: pins and fixing screws for the articulated arms
3
PRY.1: Pair of curved arms
12
PRY.7: pair of adjustable opening mechanical stops
and relative screws, washers and fixing nuts
4
PRY.2: Pair of brackets for fixing the leaf
13
BY: pair of 4-channel radio transmitters
5
Plugs and screws for fixing accessories (flashing,
key selector, photocells)
14
K.BY: fey selector
6
PRY.3: Pair of straight arms
7
F.BY: Flashing light with built-in aerial
8
P.BY: Pair of photocells for wall installation
1 transmitter( “TX”)
1 receiver (“RX”)
Note: The content of the package may undergo variations.
If in doubt, consult your local dealer.
Description of the automation
With reference to the list of components in fig.1, fig. 2 shows a typical plant that can be realised using PRETTY.
7
Fig.2
8
8
14
2
1
6
3
4
4
3
6
A
9
4
9
Preliminary checks
Before installation it is indispensable to perform several
checks:
• Try and open the gate manually, the leaves must move
without effort and without points of resistance for the
entire run.
• When left in any intermediate position the leaf must
not move.
• The hinges and components subject to wear must be
in perfect working condition. If this is not the case,
replace the faulty parts.
• The door structure must be strong and the leaves
rigid.
• With the gate completely closed, check that the leaves
are aligned perfectly along their entire length.
• he electrical set-ups necessary for installation
are highlighted in the “Electric connections” paragraph.
If they are not pre-existing they must be realised,
with the aid of a specialised technician, if necessary
(electrician).
• The pillars supporting the leaves must be suitable for
fixing the gear motors.
• The presence of a closing stop is indispensable
(Fig.2-ref.A). It mist be installed if not present.
The reliability and safety of the automation depend on the state of the gate structure.
Check that there is enough space for installation
of the operator in safe and comfortable conditions.
Technical Data, dimensions and limits of use
TECHNICAL DATA
PRETTY.B
PRETTY.A
Mains power supply
--
230Vac 50Hz
Motor power supply
24Vdc
24Vdc
Absorbed power
75 W
75 W
3A
0,6 A
120 Nm
120 Nm
Absorption
Torque
Operative intermittence
Fig.3
255
intensive use
Protection rating
Functioning temperature
DIMENSIONS
Fig.3 indicates the main overall dimensions.
The measurements are expressed in millimetres.
75
IP44
-20°C / +70°C
Opening time (90°)
167
14 s
Noise
35
<70 dB
Built-in control unit
NO
YES
Weight
6 kg
7,9 kg
140
230
LIMITS OF USE
Table A indicates the maximum values in the grey area (weight
by leaf length) acceptable for the PRETTY automation.
For example:
200 kg and 1.35m leaf
It lies within the limits of use (black dotted line)
230kg and 1.60m leaf:
It DOES NOT lie within the limits of use (white dotted line)
350
350
There must be a free area measuring 350x350mm in
proximity of the automation in order to allow the articulated arms to manoeuvre (Fig. 4).
Fig.4
350
Tab. A
350
5
Electric connections
Fig.5
G
F
E
D
A
B
C
The cables necessary for the installation of PRETTY can vary according to the accessories installed.
No connection cable is supplied.
Fig. 5 indicates the cables for standard installation.
List of cables
Connection
Type
Maximum length and notes
2
A
Mains power supply (PRETTY. A with control unit)
3x1,5mm
30m - [1]
B
Motor connection (PRETTY. B without control unit)
3x1,5mm2
15m - [2]
2
C
Photocell transmitter connection
2x0,5mm
20m - [3]
D
Photocell receiver connection
4x0,5mm2
20m - [3]
E
Key selector connection for external command
2
20m
2
4x0,5mm
F
Flashing signal light connection
2x1,0mm
10m
G
Connection of the aerial built-in the flashing light
RG 58
[4]
Note
[1]
A pre-wired cable with plug is supplied that is to be used exclusively for installation tests and cannot
be used for the continuous use of the automation.
A qualified electrician will replace it with a network connection that is in compliance with the Standards in force.
The PRETTY.A gear motor can be installed indifferently on the right of left leaf.
It is preferable to install it on the leaf that is most easily reached by the electricity line.
[2]
It is recommended not to exceed 15 m in length. If it is indispensable to exceed this limit, increase the section of the
cable.
[3]
As the receiver photocell (labelled RX) requires more cables with respect to the transmitter photocell (labelled TX), it is
more practical to installed the receiver on the wall nearest to the control unit, while the transmitter can be positioned
on the wall furthest away.
[4]
There is an aerial pre-installed in the control unit, which in most cases makes this connection superfluous.
If reception is disturbed, the capacity of the receiver can be improved by connecting the aerial in the flashing light to
the control unit.
As in layout Fig.5, the connections B and C must be underground: for this purpose prepare a suitable connection raceway that is sufficiently resistant for the type of use.
If the other connections are not already set-up, they will be realised in a bricked-pup raceway or using raceways from
the outside (flexible corrugated sheath) that is in compliance with the Standards in force.
If in doubt, contact staff that is specialised in the realisation of these set-ups
The cables used must be suitable for the type of connection. For example, for connection protected by raceways use H03VV-F cables, for cables in the outdoor environment always use the H07RN-F type
6
Tools and materials
Fig.6
5
Make sure that there are all tools and materials necessary
for installation (fig.6). Also check that they are in compliance
with Standards and in perfect working order.
The length and type of connection cables depend on
the accessories installed (see “Electric connections”
paragraph).
The fixing screws for the gear motor are not supplied
as they depend on the features of the materials used
for the pillars and the leaves.
Use suitable individual protection devices I.P.D. (goggles, gloves, etc)
Installation measurements
Fig. 7 represents a view from above of the automation, the
position of the leaf and the completely open arm are shown
by the dotted line.
The installation measurements depend on the desired opening angle and the distance between the leaf hinges and the
surface of the pillar (height A).
Below find the description of the installation operations of the
left gear motor. The same operations will also be performed
for the right gear motor.
With reference to fig. 7 and relative table B:
1) Select the requested opening angle in the column α° (max
110°)
2) Measure the distance between hinges and fixing surface
(measurement A)
3) Make note of measurements B and E, which represent the
central axes for fixing the leaf attachment bracket and the
gear motor.
With reference to fig.8:
1) Select the installation height of the actuator, considering
which:
- the minimum height from the ground of measurement H
is 250mm. This value can be reduced to 140mm, but in this
case the arm and the covering sump must be re-assembled
(see “Assembly of articulated arms” paragraph").
- the electrical set-up must be preferably under the fixing
bracket (ref -P).
- the two central holes “A” must only be used in the case of
very small pillars, which do not allow the use of the external
holes.
2) Mark the measurement E on the pillar and then mark the 4 holes for fixing the plate with the indicated measurements.
3) Mark measurement B on the leaf and then mark 2 holes
for fixing the brackets, using the same as a reference for
perforation.
385mm max
C
B
A
α°
Fig.7
Tab.B
α°
A (mm)
B (mm)
C (mm)
90°÷100°
90°÷95°
90°
90°
90°
95°
100°
105°
110°
0÷25
50÷125
150
160÷185
125÷150
100
75
50
0÷25
470
470
470
470
420
420
420
420
420
140
140
140
160
200
200
200
200
200
Fig.8
E
Carefully check the perfect alignment of the upper
holes on the pillar with respect to those of the bracket on the leaf. Use a spirit level for this purpose.
120
60
60
40
B
H
A
P
7
Fixing the gear motor and leaf brackets
Fix the gear motors to the pillar as indicated in fig. 9.
The plugs and screws are not supplied.
Choose the most appropriate fixing system on the basis of
the type of material of the structure (cement, iron etc.).
Fix the leaf anchorage brackets as indicated in fig.10.
Also in this case the fixing devices will be selected on the basis of the material with which the leaf is made. Self-threading
screws are used in the example in figure 10.
Remember that the gear motor with built-in control unit
(Fig.1 -ref.1) must be fixed in proximity of the set-up
for the mains power supply line (Fig.5 -ref.A).
Fig.10
Fig.9
Assembling the arms to the gear motor
Apply the two articulated arms to the relative motor shaft
(fig.11):
1) Insert the pin P into the relevant hole in the motor shaft
A, in a way that it projects in the same manner from both
sides of the shaft itself.
2) Insert the previously assembled arm into the motor shaft.
There are two seats for insertion on the arm, use the one
that is easiest.
3) Fix the arms to the motor shaft A and block them using
nut D and positioning the washer R and ring N, in the
order indicated in figure 11.
Assembly of articulated arms
Join the straight arm B1 to the curved arm B2 and insert pin
T. Block the pin in position using the ring S, which must be
attached in the relevant pin seat.
The arm for the left leaf is joined in this way:
PRY.3
T
PRY.1
S
Join the arm for the right leaf in the same way, with the
only difference that the curved arms are fixed as follows:
A
PRY.3
P
T
PRY.1
R
N
D
Fig.11
8
S
Fixing the gear motor to the leaf
Before connected the articulated arms to the leaf, the
two motor s must be released manually. In this way,
the articulated arms are free to move, thus simplifying
the successive phases.
With reference to fig. 12:
1) Turn the circular hatch with the BYOU logo
2) Insert the customised key C, turn it clockwise by about
180°.
The arm is now released and can easily be taken in correspondence with the leaf fixing bracket.
With reference to fig. 13:
1) Insert the straight arm into the leaf fixing bracket.
2) Insert the pin T and then block it in position via the ring S,
which must be attached in the relevant pin seat.
C
As the successive operations require that the gear motors are
released, leave the key in the release position.
Fig.12b
T
Fig.13
Fig.12a
S
Checks
Perform the following controls before installation:
1) Check that the arms are perfectly horizontal using a spirit
level (fig.14).
Fig.14
YES
If the arms are not perfectly horizontal, malfunctioning and breakage can occur. The shape of the holes
on the fixing plate allows any minimum adjustments.
2) With both gear motors released, take the leaves into the
completely open position and check that the arms do not
strike any obstacle during movement.
Fig.15 represents the two motors installed, the dotted line
indicates the two arms with the leaves in the opening position.
Control the presence and functionality of the mechanical
block in closing “A”.
NO!
A
Fig.15
9
Opening mechanical stops
Before proceeding, check that the mains power supply
is disconnected.
If the type of gate does not envision them, or however mechanical blocks are not present on the ground, in order to stop the
opening leaf (fig.16 -ref B), the adjustable PRY.7 stops, which
are supplied, must be installed.
These stops, appropriately fixed to the bottom of the plate,
stop arm movement in the desired opening point and are indispensable for correct functioning of the automation.
1) Remove the covering sump, loosening the two screws on
the sides (fig.17- ref.V). A series of holes are visible on the plate. These are positioned in a circle around the axis of rotation
(fig.17- ref.F).
Fig.18
2) With the motor reducer released (see “Fixing the gear motor
to the leaf” paragraph), take the leaf manually into the desired
opening position.
3) Use a pencil to trace the position of the arm on the bottom
of the plate and close the leaf (figure 19).
4) Take a mechanical stop PRY.7 and position it on the plate
in correspondence with the holes, finding the position that is
nearest to the mark. If necessary, turn the plate to find the best
position. The particular shape of the stop allows different stop
points, by rotating the stop.
5) The mechanical stops must be blocked using the three
screws V and nuts D and positioning washers R (fig.19).
6) Move the leaf manually to check that the stop point is correct and then apply the lower protection sump PRY.4, fix it
using the two screws (fig.20).
7) Repeat the operations described above, in a specular manner, for the other PRETTY gear motor.
Fig.19
D
Fig.16
R
B
V
Fig.20
V
F
Fig.17
10
Fig.21
Installation of the flashing light F.BY
Description
Flashing light signalling that the gate is in movement for automatic doors and gates. It has a built-in aerial for the reception
of radio transmitters.
Installation
Choose the position of the flashing light so that it is proximity
of the gate and easily visible.
Two 6mm plugs and relative screws are supplied to fix the
flashing light.
Make two 6mm diameter holes.
Insert the cable and fix the base using the plugs and screws.
A
B
C
The flashing light can be fixed onto a horizontal or vertical
surface. In the case of vertical installation the protection rating
is reduced to X4.
Connections
SHIELD
V
V
ANT
Connect the 24V flashing light output of the control unit to the
terminal board M1 (see main connection layout).
Connect the aerial cable RG58 to the terminal board M2 (if
requested). The external shield must be connected to the
SHIELD clamp.
Loosen the two screws V and then remove the transparent
cover.
H
Remove the electronic circuit, pulling the two plastic tabs H
outwards, thus releasing the board.
The signal cable must be connected to the ANT clamp.
Put the board back into the relevant sear and then close the
flashing light.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply
Bulb
Absorption
Functioning temperature
Protection rating
Trace the drilling points using the base as a reference. The
central hole must correspond to the passage of the cables.
Dimensions
Flashing light F.BY
24Vac BYOU control units
flashing light output
E14/24Vac/dc
600 mA
-20°C / +70°C
IP44
145x65x128 (mm)
11
Installation of photocells P.BY
Description
Pair of photocells for detection of obstacles for automations
for doors and gates.
The pair is made up of a transmitter (labelled TX) that
sends and infrared ray towards the receiver (labelled RX).
The receiver has an output with NC contact (normally closed).
The interruption of the ray causes the contact to open, the
control unit detects the receiver switch-over and interrupts the
movement according to the settings selected.
Installation
Open the photocells by using a screwdriver as a lever in the
slot
The difference between the receiver and the transmitter is evident from the number of clamps present on the boards:
4 clamps for the receiver (RX)
2 clamps for the transmitter (TX)
4
Make two holes with diameter of 6 mm in a way that the
hole in proximity of the terminal board corresponds to the
set-up of the cables.
Insert the cable and fix the
base of the photocell to the
wall using the plugs and
screws.
Connections
Connect the TX and RX to the control unit as per the main
connection layout.
TX only requires power supply from the 24V output of the control
unit, respect the polarities (+/-).
RX requires 24V power supply (respect the polarities +/-) and
the connection of the NC contact at the PHOT C input
(TX)
2
(RX)
(RX)
(TX)
The two photocells must be fixed on the outside and as near
as possible to the gate:
Make the connections and re-position the covers checking that
the cover with the lens (RX - 4 clamps) is applied to the receiver.
The lens can be recognised by the concentric circles that are
visible in transparency.
At a height of 40÷60 cm from the ground:
(TX)
(RX)
40÷60 cm
Trace the drilling holes using the photocell base as a reference.
The hole in proximity of the terminal
board must correspond to the passage
of the cables.
In dotazione sono forniti 4 tasselli da
Four 6 mm plugs and relative screws
are supplied for fixing the photocells.
12
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply
Capacity
(in optimal conditions)
Absorption
Functioning temperature
Protection rating
P.BY photocell
24Vac/dc
about 20 metres
15mA(TX) - 20mA(RX)
-20°C / +70°C
IP44
Installation of selector K.BY
Description
Key selector with control of automations for automatic gates
and doors.
Wall fixing, customised key.
The customised key also has a burglar-resistance function as
it is indispensable for opening the selector.
V
Connections
A terminal board is installed on the selector for the connection
to the Step-by-Step input (PP) of the control unit:
No polarity (+/-) has to be respected.
Installation
Select the position of the selector in a way that it is in proximity
to the gate, at a height of about 80/100 cm.
To open the selector, remove the screw V, insert the key, turn
it in one of the two directions and hold it in this position, lift the
selector cover, which separates from the fixed base. Keep the
screw V, which is indispensable for closing the selector.
Two 6 mm plugs and relative screws are supplied for fixing the
selector base to the wall.
V
To close the selector, turn the key and hold it in this position,
insert the selector into the base fixed to the wall.
Release the key and fix the screw V
TECHNICAL DATA
Contacts
Functioning temperature
Using the support as a reference, mark and make two holes
with diameter of 6 mm in a way that the lower hole corresponds
to the set-up of the cables.
Insert the cable and fix the base to the wall using the plugs
and screws.
Protection rating
Dimensions
F.BY selector
1 micro switch, with spring
for return to central
position
-20°C / +70°C
IP44
72x90x46 (mm)
13
Transmitter BY
Small columns C.BY
Description
Radio transmitter for the long distance commands for BYOU
automations.
Functioning
The transmitter has three buttons through which it is possible to command the various functions of the automation,
configurable in the control unit.
Replacing the battery
When the signal LED starts to flash it means that the
battery is starting to go flat and must be replaced.
Photocells on small column
The article C.BY is available as an optional accessory, a pair
of small columns measuring 50 cm. for the installation of two
additional photocells P.BY. They must be positioned inside
the property to protect the movement area of the leaves.
Two distinct connections are envisioned in the control
unit that are to be used according to the position of the
photocell:
PHOT C: The photocell is only active in the closure phase.
PHOT: The photocell is active in opening and closure.
This functioning mode allows the vehicle to enter even if
the leaf is not completely open, as long as the manoeuvre
area is free from obstacles.
Use a small screwdriver as a lever in the zone indicated, in
a way to open the transmitter.
Replace the new battery by inserting it with the positive pole
upwards, as indicated in the figure.
IMPORTANT: Do not touch the batteries.
Use rubber gloves.
PHOT C
The batteries contain pollutants, do not throw
them in the waste but dispose of the as special
waste according to the Standards in force.
PHOT
Close the transmitter.
TECHNICAL DATA
Transmitter BY
Code
Rolling-code
Frequency
433,92 MHz
Functioning temperature
Dimensions
-20°C / +70°C
68x33x16 (mm)
C.BY
PRETTY control unit
CP.PTY
After having removed the covering sump from the PRETTY.A
gear motor (remove the screws V as per fig.17). It is possible
to access the CP.PTY control unit installed on the upper part
of the PRETTY.A gear motor (fig.22).
Two seats (F) are present on the plate for passing the connection cables. These have a rubber closing device to be cut for
the passage of corrugated pipes.
The cables must be inserted into the relevant housing (ref. D)
in a way to keep them in the correct position.
To make connections easier the control unit is provided with
extractable terminal boards, highlighted in detail in figure 22.
The PRETTY gear motor is equipped with a pre-wired mains
power supply cable that can only be used for installation tests,
using an extension for example. A qualified BYOU technician
will replace it with a network connection that is in compliance
with the Standards in force.
F
Fig.22
14
Control unit CP.BTY connections
Except for the mains connection cable, all electric connections
have very low voltage (24V) and can also be performed by unqualified staff.
Connect all accessories making reference to the layout in figure 24 and to the “Electric connections” paragraph, for that
concerning the types of cable.
To make connection easier, the accessory clamps have colours that correspond to that of the control unit removable
clamps.
The motor connections are not shown in this layout because they depend on the position of the gear motor with the
PRETTY.A control unit (on the right or left leaf). The details are
given in the “Motors connection” paragraph.
KEY:
1 Line protection fuse
2 Accessories protection fuse
3 “PGM” programming button
4 Programming button "5"
5 LCD
DESCRIPTION OF THE TERMINAL BOARDS
CLAMP
COLOUR DESCRIPTION
NC contact input from the RX photocell installed on the pillar. The two clamps are connected to
PHOT
GREEN
each other by a wire (ref. “A”). Remove this wire only if the photocell is connected
NC contact input from the RX photocell installed inside the small column (optional).
PHOT C
GREEN
The two clamps are connected to each other by a wire (ref. “A”). Remove this wire only if the
photocell is connected
STOP input NC contact for auxiliary “STOP” command (optional). The two clamps are connected
STOP
BLACK
to each other by a wire (ref. “A”). Remove this wire only if a device is connected to this input
Step-by Step’ command input from the key selector. At every impulse sent from the selector a
PP
WHITE
sequence of commands, which can be configured using the PP function, is performed cyclically
24V
YELLOW 24V output for photocells power supply. Respect the polarities + and - in the connections (ref “A”)
BLINK
RED
24 Vdc flashing light connection output
MOT1
ORANGE Motor 1 connection output respect red and blue (ref. “C”)
MOT2
ORANGE Motor 2 connection output respect red and blue (ref. “C”)
Connection of the aerial built-in the flashing light.
SHIELD/ANT BLUE
When connecting the RG58 cable, the external shield must be connected to the SHIELD clamp.
TX
ANT
SHIELD
A
RX
B
P.BY
F.BY
BLINK 24V
K.BY
PP STOP PHOT C PHOT
1
2
3
5
4
Fig.24
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Motors connection
The gear motors with PRETTY.A control unit can be installed
indifferently on the right of left leaf.
PRETTY.A is supplied with the M1 quick coupling positioned
by default for functioning on the right leaf. If it is installed on
the left leaf, remove the coupling M1, turn it by 180° and reinsert it (fig. 25).
PRETTY.B has a terminal board with 3 contacts to be connected to the extractable orange terminal board M2 of the
CP.PTY control unit as indicated successively (fig. 26).
If the leaves have a profile similar to that highlighted in detail
P in figure 27/28, keep in mind that the opening manoeuvre
always starts with the PRETTY A motor, while the closing manoeuvre always starts with the PRETTY.B motor. If the profile
is in the leaf of the PRETTY.B motor, this sequence can be
inverted by means of the MINV function.
The time that passes can be regulated by means of the TDMC
parameter (see “Regulation of the phase shift time between
the leaves”).
Fig.25
If PRETTY.A is in the RIGHT, perform wiring as follows:
YELLOW
GREEN
BLUE
RED
PRETTY.B
P
Fig.26
RED
M2-
YELLOW
GREEN
GND
BLUE
M2+
PRETTY.A
Fig.27
If PRETTY.A is in the LEFT, perform wiring as follows:
BLUE
M2-
YELLOW
GREEN
GND
RED
M2+
YELLOW
GREEN
BLUE
PRETTY.A
P
RED
PRETTY.B
Fig.28
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Programming the CP.PTY control unit - Introduction
Programming of the control unit allows the regulation of all
parameters indispensable for the correct functioning of the
automation.
Programming takes place by means of a series of menus that
can be selected from the LCD. A function corresponds to every menu, which will be described successively.
PGM
The “PGM” button allows to enter programming,
select the pre-selected menu and confirm the
value selected
5
The "5" button allows to scroll the various items
in the menu and the values to be set cyclically.
PGM
LCD
By pressing "5" and "PGM" at the same time,
PGM+5 return to the upper level of the menu or, if already
at the first level, exit programming.
With the display off, the "5" button performs a Stepby-Step command. This function can be useful during the programming and inspection phases.
Self-regulation of the functioning parameters (AUTO)
The first and most important function to program is the self-regulation of the parameters, which allows the control unit to automatically set the end run points, the torque applied to the leaf and the slowing phases*.
During the autoset operations, the control unit automatically performs several opening and closure manoeuvres.
Before proceeding, check that no person, animal or obstacle is or can be in the door manoeuvre area.
Proceed as follows:
1- Apply mains power supply to the automation via the pre-wired PRETTY.A socket, using an extension if necessary.
2- Release the leaves, take them manually to about half of the run and block them again.
3- Start the autoset phase as described below. As soon as the first manoeuvre starts, carefully check that:
a) both leaves must move in the closure direction.
If this is not the case, press"5" and “PGM” at the same time to interrupt the autoset. The display shows the ERR message.
Check the connections indicated in the “Motors connection” paragraph.
b) the leaf that has a profile (Fig.27/28, ref-P) must be the last to close.
If this is not the case, press "5" e "PGM" and “PGM” at the same time to interrupt the autoset. The display shows the ERR
message. Use the “Motors inversion” function and change the opening and closing sequence .
PGM
1
Press the button [PGM] to access programming.
2
The display shows AUTO, select Auto by pressing the [PGM] button.
3
AUTO starts to flash slowly. Press and hold the [PGM], key, after 5 seconds AUTO starts to flash
quickly, release the key only when the display shows the PRG message.
4
The self-regulation phase starts, the display shows PRG. The control unit commands different
opening and closing manoeuvres at various speeds.
At the end of the manoeuvre the display shows “OK”
PRG
5
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
AUTO
* The slowing phase envisions that the last phase of manoeuvre, both opening and closure, are performed at a slower speed,
thus allowing a silent manoeuvre.
The intervention of the photocells or any other command from the transmitter or key selector, interrupts the autoset
phase, displaying the message ERR1/2/3. The procedure must therefore be repeated.
Every self-regulation procedure overwrites the previous one.
Perform an autostop procedure after every maintenance intervention or modification of the door.
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Regulation of the automatic closure time (TCA)
The automatic closure function allows to set a time, which, on expiry, if the leaf is in the open position the control unit autonomously commands a closure manoeuvre.
With this function active, if you forget to give the closure command or in the case of simultaneous commands, the control unit
closes the leaf after the set time.
The factory setting envisions 30 seconds before automatic closure.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the TCA function is displayed.
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the TCA parameter regulation.
The display shows the current value of the TCA parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
0
The TCA function is deactivated.
1
The pause time is set at 10 seconds
2
The pause time is set at 30 seconds (default setting)
3
The pause time is set at 60 seconds
4
The pause time is set at 90 seconds
TCA
0000
0004
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds.
PGM+5
Regulation of the motor thrust (PMOT)
The force applied is normally set automatically by the control unit during the self-regulation phase (AUTO).
This menu can be used to modify that set by the control unit, to make up for a friction point for example.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the PMOT function is displayed
pmot
PMOT
2
18
Press the [PGM] button to enter the PMOT regulation.
The display shows the current value of the PMOT parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
1
low motors torque
2
medium/low motors torque (default setting)
3
medium/high motors torque
4
high motors torque
PMOTPMOT
0001
0004
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG.
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time .
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Regulation of the phase shift time when closing (TDMC)
In gates that have a profile (figure 27/28 - part.B), a phase shift time must be set between movements in order to prevent contact between the leaves.
In the opening phase, the PRETTY.A motor always starts with 3 seconds advance with respect to the PRETTY.B motor.
In the closing phase the PRETTY.B motor starts in advance with respect to the PRETTY.A motor. This phase shift must be
regulated by the TDMC parameter
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the TDMC function is displayed
Tdmc
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the TDMC regulation.
The display shows the current value of the TDMC parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
0
No phase shifting
1
Phase shifting of 5 seconds (default)
2
Phase shifting of 10 seconds
3
Phase shifting of 15 seconds
4
Phase shifting of 20 seconds
0000
0004
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds.
PGM+5
Regulation of the slowing phase (TSLD)
It is possible to select the duration of the slowing phases by acting on this parameter.
After every modification of this setting perform a new “Self-regulation of the parameters” procedure (AUTO)
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the TSLD function is displayed.
TSLD
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the TSLD regulation.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
1
25% of the manoeuvre is performed at reduced speed
2
50% of the manoeuvre is performed at reduced speed (default)
3
75% of the manoeuvre is performed at reduced speed
4
the entire manoeuvre is performed at reduced speed
0001
0004
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG.
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Step-by-Step functioning mode (PP)
It is possible to select two different modes of the Step-by Step command sent from the transmitter or the key selector.
Every time the button is pressed in the default mode, the following progression of commands is performed cyclically:
OPEN>STOP>CLOSE>STOP>OPEN> and so on.
The sequence can be modified by eliminating the intermediate STOP commands: OPEN>CLOSE>OPEN> and so on.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the PP function is displayed.
PP
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the PP regulation.
The display shows the current value of the PP parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
ON
OPEN>CLOSE>OPEN functioning
OFF
OPEN>STOP>CLOSE>STOP>OPEN> functioning (default)
on
off
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG.
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5]buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
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Pre-flashing functioning mode (Pre)
An imminent manoeuvre warning mode can be set through the pre-flashing function.
Once activated, the flashing light switches on 3 seconds before the door starts to move.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press[5] until the Pre function is displayed.
Pre
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the Pre regulation.
The display shows the current value of the Pre parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
ON
pre-flashing activated
OFF
pre-flashing deactivated (default)
on
off
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG.
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Condominium function (IBL)
If used in condominiums, it may b preferable that further commands given during the opening phase are ignored.
This function can result useful if many users are involved, in a way to prevent several opening commands, given at the same
time, causing the movement to stop.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the IBL function is displayed
IBL
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the IBL regulation.
The display shows the current value of the IBL parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
ON
IBL mode activated
OFF
IBL mode deactivated (default)
on
off
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG il messaggio PRG.
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Motors inversion (MINV)
Invert the leaf opening and closing sequence, in the presence of a profile (Fig 27/28 ref. P).
Normally the PRETTY.A motor starts the manoeuvre with 3 seconds advance with respect to the PRETTY.B motor. In the closing phase the PRETTY.B motor starts the manoeuvre in advance with respect to the PRETTY.A motor with a time that can be
configured by the TDMC function.
If the profile is installed in the PRETTY.B leaf, invert the opening and closing sequence as indicated below.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the MINV function is displayed.
MINV
PMOT
2
20
Press the [PGM] button to enter the MINV regulation.
The display shows the current value of the MINV parameter.
Use the [5] key to select one of these values:
OFF
PRETTY.A opens first, closes last (default)
ON
PRETTY.B opens first, closes last
on
off
3
Confirm the desired value using the [PGM] key, the display shows PRG.
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Resetting the control unit (Res)
This function annuls all settings made, taking the control unit back to the initial conditions.
It also deletes the settings of the autostart procedure.
NOTE: Any remote controls memorised in the radio receiver are not deleted.
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the Res function is displayed
RES
PMOT
2
Press and hold [PGM], the RES message starts to flash quickly.
3
When the RES message switches off, release the [PGM] button, the display shows the PRG message. The control unit is now taken to factory values
PRG
4
To go back to the programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Memorising new transmitters (RADI>PP)
To memorise new transmitters with Step-by-Step function for the automation command, proceed as follows:
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the Radi menu is displayed
Radi
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the Radi function.
The display shows the first sub-menu PP.
PP
3
Press the [PGM] button to enter the PP function.
The display shows the flashing PUSH message
Push
4
Press the BY transmitter button that is to be associated to the Step-by-Step function within 10
seconds
5
The display shows OK to confirm memorisation.
OK
6
To go back to the PP programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
Press the [PGM] and [5] buttons twice at the same time to go back to the main Radi menu.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Memorising pedestrian function (RADI>Ped)
The pedestrian function can be associated to any transmitter button. The pedestrian function envisions the opening of just one
leaf connected to the clamp M1, proceed as follows:
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the Radi menu is displayed.
Radi
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the Radi function.
The display shows the first sub-menu PP.
Press [5] to display the Ped sub-menu
Ped
3
Press the [PGM] button to enter the Ped function.
The display shows the flashing PUSH message.
Push
4
Press the BY transmitter button that is to be associated to the Pedestrian function within 10 seconds
(e.g. if key 1 has already been associated to the Step-by-Step function, key T2 can be associated
to the Pedestrian function).
5
The display shows OK to confirm memorisation.
ok
6
To go back to the PP programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5]buttons at the same time
Press the [PGM] and [PGM] e [5] per tornare al menu principale Radi.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
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Deleting transmitters (RADI>CLR)
Proceed as follows to delete a transmitter already inserted in the memory:
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the Radi menu is displayed.
Radi
PMOT
2
Press the [PGM] button to enter the Radi function.
The display shows the first sub-menu PP.
Press [5] twice to display the CLR sub-menu
Clr
3
Press the [PGM] button to enter the CLR function.
The display shows the flashing PUSH.
Push
4
Press any transmitter button BY that is to be deleted within 10 s.
5
The display shows OK to confirm cancellation.
OK
6
To go back to the PP programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time.
Press the [PGM] and [5] buttons twice at the same time to go back to the main Radi menu.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Complete deletion of the receiver memory (RADI>RTR)
To delete the memory completely, eliminating all previously-inserted remote controls, proceed as follows:
1
Press the [PGM] button to access programming or if the control unit is already in the programming
menu, press [5] until the Radi menu is displayed.
Radi
PMOT
2
3
Press the [PGM] button to enter the Radi function.
The display shows the first sub-menu PP.
Press [5] three times to display the RTR sub-menu
Press the [PGM] button to enter the RTR function.
Press and hold [PGM], the RTR message starts to flash quickly.
rtr
4
When the RTR message switches off, release the [PGM] button, the display shows the PRG message. All remote controls are now deleted from the memory.
PRG
6
To go back to the PP programming menu, press the [PGM] and [5]buttons at the same time.
Press the [PGM] and [5] buttons twice at the same time to go back to the main Radi menu.
To exit programming, remove the power supply or wait for 60 seconds .
PGM+5
Remote controls quick duplication
If you have a transmitter that is already memorised, it can be duplicated without accessing the control unit for programming,
proceed as follows:
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1
With remote control that is already memorised, give an opening command and wait for the leaf to
be in the completely open position.
2
Press all three transmitter keys, already memorised, at the same time until the flashing light
switches on.
TX1
3
Press the button of the remote control that is already memorised that is to be copied into the new
transmitter. The flashing light switches off for 5 seconds.
TX1
4
When the flashing light switches back on, press the button of the new transmitter that is to assume
the function of the button selected in point 3.
TX2
5
If a new transmitter is to be duplicated, repeat the procedure from point 2.
Wait 60 seconds to exit the programming procedure.
PMOT
Inspection and commissioning
ALL OPERATIONS DESCRIBED IN THIS PARAGRAPH ARE EXCLUSIVE COMPETENCE OF AUTHORISED BYOU STAFF, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THAT ENVISIONED IN THIS MANUAL AND THE STANDARDS IN FORCE.
The respect for the indications given below is indispensable to
guarantee the maximum safety of the automation.
The BYOU authorised technician must perform all tests
envisioned by the Law, Standards and Regulations in force depending on the risks present, particularly respecting
all requisites of the EN 12445 Standard, which establishes
the test methods for gate automations.
INSPECTION
1 Check that the model selected is suitable for the type of
application and that all automation components have been
installed correctly, with respect to the indications in this manual.
2 Test opening and closure and control that the movement of
the leaf is regular without friction points.
3 Check that all electric connections are made correctly and
with cables that are in compliance with the Standards.
4 Check the correct functioning of photocells, transmitters,
key selectors, manual release devices.
5 For the photocells, check that on the passage of a cylinder
with diameter of 5 cm and length of 30 cm the switch-over
takes place on the optical axis with the consequent movement stop. The photocells must intervene when passing the
cylinder in proximity of the TX, in proximity of the RX and in
the centre.
COMMISSIONING
Commissioning of the automation can only be performed
if all of the previously-described inspection phases have
had a positive result.
1 Apply the warning plate, supplied with the automation, to
the gate in a well-visible position.
2 Apply a plate to the gate that contains the following data:
Type of automation, name and address of the person in charge of commissioning (manufacturer), serial number, year of
manufacture and CE mark.
3 Realise the technical file as per indications of the EN 12445
Standard, attaching the entire drawing (e.g. figure 2, electric
wiring diagrams (e.g. figure 5), risk analysis and solutions
adopted, declaration of conformity of the manufacturer of the
devices used (included in this manual).
4 Fill in and supply the owner of the automation with the declaration of conformity.
5 Realise and supply the owner with the “user guide” for the
automation, also using the user guide present in this manual.
6 Realise and supply the owner of the automation with the
periodical maintenance plan.
7 Do not start the automation before the owner has been informed regarding the dangers and risks that are still present.
6 Take the measurement of the force of impact according
to that indicated by the EN 12445 Standard, intervening, if
necessary on the “Regulation of the motor thrust (PMOT)
paragraph.
7 Replace the temporary power supply cable with a mains
connection that is in compliance with the Standards in force.
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What to do if...
Below find the most common functioning problems and the relative solutions. :
Problem
Cause
Solution
The automation does not work
There is no mains power supply
-------------------------------------------------The control unit is not connected
-------------------------------------------------The photocells are engaged
-------------------------------------------------One or more protection fuses have intervened
Check for the presence of mains power
supply
-------------------------------------------------Check all connections to the control unit
-------------------------------------------------Check that there is no obstacle between the
photocells
-------------------------------------------------Check the integrity of the fuses and replace
them if necessary.
The automation does not work using the
remote control.
The remote control battery is flat, the remote
control LED flashes quickly
-------------------------------------------------the remote control has not been memorised
Replace the remote control batteries
-------------------------------------------------Memorise the remote control.
The automation does not work using the key
selector
The selector is not connected correctly or
is faulty.
Check the key selector connections or replace them is faulty
The gate stops in the opening or closure
phase, inverts the movement for a few seconds and then stops
The obstacle detection sensor has intervened
If no obstacles are present, release the
motor and check for the presence of friction
points. Perform a new self-learning. Increase the value of the PMOT parameter
The door does not close
STOP input active.
-------------------------------------------------Obstacle between the photocells or photocells broken
Check the connections of the STOP input
-------------------------------------------------Remove the obstacle or check the photocells
The flashing light does not switch on
The bulb has blown
-------------------------------------------------The flashing light is not connected correctly
Replace the bulb
-------------------------------------------------Check the connections.
The control unit LCD displays several messages during normal functioning and in the case of breakdown:
Message
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Description
ERR
Stop the autoset phase by pressing the [PGM] and [5] buttons at the same time
ERR1
Motor error. Check the motor connections or broken motors
ERR2
Photocell error. Check the photocell connections or broken photocells.
ERR3
PP input activation error during the autoset phase
ERR4
STOP input activation error during the autoset phase
STOP
STOP input active
PHTO
“PHOT” photocell input active
PHTc
“PHOT C” photocell input active
OPEN
Start of opening manoeuvre
Close
Start of closure manoeuvre
alt
Stop the manoeuvre via the PP command.
BATT
The automation is functioning with the buffer battery in the absence of mains power supply (only with CB.BY accessory installed).
User guide
KEEP THIS GUIDE AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO ALL USERS OF THE AUTOMATION.
SAFETY STANDARDS
Do not stand in the movement area of the door.
Do not allow children to play with the commands or
in proximity of the leaves.
In the case of functioning anomalies do not attempt
to repair the fault but contact a BYOU specialised
technician.
MANUAL MOVEMENT FROM INSIDE
In the case of functioning anomalies or power cuts, the automation can be released and the door moved manually, proceed
as follows:
1) Turn the circular cover by 180°, in a way to view the triangular pin.
To go back to automatic functioning mode, put the release key
back in the initial position, remove it and put the circular cover
back in its initial position.
Give a Step-by-Step command to restore the automation.
MAINTENANCE
• Periodically check the efficiency of the manual emergency
release.
• The actuator does not require routine maintenance, however it
is necessary to periodically check the safety devices and the
other parts of the plant that could create dangers following
wear.
DISPOSAL
Whenever the product is put out of service, the legislative
provisions in force must be followed regarding differentiated
disposal and re-cycling of the various components (metals,
plastics, electric cables, etc.). It is advised to contact a BYOU
specialised technician or a specialised company that is enabled
for this purpose.
2) Insert the BTY.3 release key and turn by 180°
The door is no longer restricted by the automation and can be
opened and closed manually.
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CE declaration of conformity for machines
(Directive 89/392 CE, Attachment II, part B) - Do not put into service
The undersigned Luigi Benincà in quality of the legal representative, declares that the product:
Manufacturer:
BYOU srl
Address:
Via dell'Industria 91 - 36030 Sarcedo (Vicenza) - ITALIA
Description
Electromechanical automation with built-in control unit
for swinging gates
Model:
PRETTY
Accessories:
BY, F.BY, P.BY, K.BY
is in compliance with the essential requisites envisioned by the following Directives:
Directive
Title
98/37/CE
98/37/CE DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND COUNCIL dated 22 June 1998 concerning the harmonisation of the legislations of the Member States relative to machinery
73/23/CEE
73/23/EEC DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL dated 19 February 1973 concerning the
harmonisation of the legislations of the Member States relative to electric material destined for use
within certain voltage limits
89/36/CEE
89/336/EEC DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL dated 3 May 1989, concerning the harmonisation of the legislations of the Member States relative to electromagnetic compatibility
199/5/CE
1999/5/CE DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND COUNCIL dated 9 March 1999 on
radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their
conformity
is in compliance with the essential requisites envisioned by the following Standards:
Standard
Edition
Title
UNI EN 12445
8/2002
Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates. Safety when using motorised doors
- Measurement methods
UNI EN 12453
8/2002
Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates. Safety when using motorised doors
- Requisites
ETSI EN301489-3
11/2001
Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters(ERM) Electro Magnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services
EN300220-3
2000
Radio appliances and systems (RES) - Short range devices - Technical features and
test methods for radio equipment to use in the frequency range from 25 MHz to 1000
MHz with power levels up to 500 mW
CEI EN60950
10/2001
Information technology equipment. Safety
and also declares that it is not allowed to start the machinery until the machine in which it has been incorporated
or of which it will become a component has been identified and has been declared in compliance with the conditions of the 98/37/CE Directive and national legislation that transposes it, this means that until the machinery
subject of this declaration does not form a complete unit with the final machine.
Sarcedo, 10/04/2009.
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Luigi Benincà, Legal representative.
BYOU srl _ via dell'Industria 91 _ 36030 Sarcedo (Vicenza) ITALIA _ tel +39 0445 363133 _ fax +39 0445 378 931 _ e-mail: [email protected] _ web www.byouweb.com
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