Tilt/Roller Door Operator User Guide

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Setting Up the Opener
Tilt/Roller Door Operator User Guide
After installation (or in the unlikely event that the microchip needs to be reprogrammed), the correct way of “programming” the Opener to set the top and bottom limits is as follows:
A. Tilt Doors, Sectional Doors, Jamb Doors:
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6.
Ensure there are no obstructions in the path of the door.
Check to see that the carriage is set approximately halfway down the tube.
Move door up to meet the carriage and allow carriage to lock onto the moving spool.
Plug in power cord and turn on switch. Check that there are 3 red lights lit upon back of control board.
Press the Program Button located under 3 red lights on the control-board end of the opener.
The opener has been designed to set its own limit and sensitivity settings. After momentarily pressing the program button, the door will go through 4 operating cycles. The first closing and
opening cycles set the door stop positions, whilst the 3rd and 4th cycles calculate and set the amount of force (sensitvity) required to operate correctly. Upon completion of the programming
cycles, the courtesy light will switch off, indicating the door is ready for normal operation.
B. Roller Doors:
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6.
Ensure there are no obstructions in the path of the door.
Move the door so it is within 300mm of the fully closed position.
Check to see that the release lever on the opener is in the engaged “in” position.
Plug in power cord and turn on switch. Check that there are 3 red lights lit up on back of control board.
Momentarily press the Program Button located on the control-board end of the opener.
The opener has been designed to set its own limit and sensitivity settings. After momentarily pressing the program button, the door will go through 4 operating cycles. The first closing and
opening cycles set the door stop positions, while the 3rd and 4th cycles calculate and set the amount of force (sensitivity) required to operate correctly. Upon completion of the programming
cycles, the courtesy light will switch off, indicating the door is ready for normal operation. N.B. If door opens first when programming, switch the polarity Switch left or right to which side
the motor is on, or refer to step 25 in fitting instructions.
The courtesy Light
When the opener is activated, the light will turn on and remain on for a few minutes; it will turn off automatically. Bulbs (lamps) are Rough Construction, Edison Screw type, 60 Watts maximum.
Care of the Opener
When properly installed, your opener will perform reliably with a minimum of maintenance. You will need to relpace a light bulb or change the remote control battery from time to time.
The opener does not require additional lubrication. HOWEVER, the door and fittings should be well maintained to ensure the best performance from your opener.
In the Event of Power Failure
A. Tilt Doors, Sectional Doors, Jamb Doors:
If access is required, the door can be operated manually. Simply pull down on the emergency release handle (this pulls the carriage release lever to the vertical position).
DO NOT USE EMERGENCY RELEASE ROPE AND HANDLE TO PULL THE DOOR OPEN OR CLOSE.
When power is restored, ensure there is no obstruction in the doors normal pathway. Reconnect the carriage by returning the carriage release lever to horizontal andn moving the door until
the carriage and spool engage. Press remote control or wall button; there is no need to press the program button, as the microchip retain its memory even without power. When opener is
activated, it will search for either the top or bottom limit and then stop. The courtesy light will go off immediately, indicating the door is now ready for use.
N.B. On its first operation from a power down, the door will close or open more firmly than during normal operation. This is because the opener is detecting its stop to reprogram itself.
Once this has happened, normal opening and closing pressure will be restored. During its first operation from a power down, do not attempt to test safety reverse, as the microprocessor will
assume that a limit has been located. Remote controls or wall switches will not stop the opener during the reset operation.
B. Roller Doors:
If access is required, move the gear lever to the “OUT” position to disconnect the motor. The door can now be opened and closed manually. When power is restored, chck for obstructions,
then move the gear lever to the “IN” position. Check to see the 3 LED lights are on and press wall button or remote control to activate the door. There is no need to prss the program button,
as the microchip retains it memory, even without power. N.B. On its first operation from a power down, the door will close or open more firmly than during normal operation. This is because
the opener is detecting its stop to reprogram itself. Once this has happened, normal opening and closing pressure will be restored. During its first operation from a power down, do not attempt
to test safety reverse, as the microprocessor will assume that a limit has been located. Remote controls or wall switches will not stop the opener during the reset operation.
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Reset the operator, (ie, disconnect and reconnect power).
Depress and release the PROGRAMME button 2 times. (The four L.E.D’s will flash on and off two times after which LED #1 will be flashing or illuminated).
If illuminated a code has already been stored in this location. Depress the PROGRAMME button to cycle through to the next vacant memory location, (indicated by flashing L.E.D’s).
When a flashing L.E.D has been found, depress and hold the transmitter button until the L.E.D stops flashing and is illumiated. This code has now been stored in memory.
Repeat for any extra transmitters.
Up to 10 transmitters may be stored in memory. Each memory location has a number assigned from number 1 to number 10. (eg. L.E.D. 1 indicates memory location #1 and a combination of
L.E.D. #2 + L.E.D. #3 + L.E.D. #4 represents memory location #9.
Return to the reset mode by either waiting 10 seconds or depressing PROGRAMME button until you have passed memory location #10.
For more information on the following, please contact your Dominator Representative.
Interlock & Auxillary Switching. Autoclose Facility. Photo Electric Sensors. L.E.D. Status Indication. External Receivers. Remote Light Switch.
Dominator Garage Door Opener Warranty
This Dominator product is warranted against manufacturing defects for a period of twenty four (24) months from the date of
purchase. This includes all electronic items sold with the operator in the way of circuit boards and transmitters. It does not cover
normal consumable items such as batteries or light globes. There is a six (6) year limited warranty on the AC Motor. The Company,
within this warrenty period will replace any parts, components or the complete Product at the Companies option. These replacement
parts are covered for the remainder of the original warranty only. In the event of any defect arising in the equipment during the
warranty period, such repairs should only be carried out by a Dominator Authorised Dealer from which the opener was installed,
or by the Dominator Manufacturing Service Centre. These repairs would be carried out at no charge to the owner, subject to the
conditions specified herein. The owner is responsible for any transportation and insurance costs if the product has to be returned
for repair. The warranty does not include service charges that may be rendered by the authorised servicing agent for travel,
transportation expenses of the product or parts to and from the owner or removal and reinstallation costs which are payable by
the owner.
This warranty does not extend to accessories or defects or injuries caused by or resulting from causes not attributable to faulty
parts or the manufacture of the product, including but not limited to, defect or injury caused by or resulting from misuse, abuse,
neglect, accidental damage, improper voltage, liquid contact or spillage, connection of devices other than those approved, authorised
or manufactured for the product by Dominator International Limited. The Company accepts no liability pursuant to this warranty
for any consequential loss or damage or injury, direct or indirect, to any person or material object arising from the use, failure or
malfunction of the Product.
The warranty shall not apply if the Product is used in commercial or multiple entry car park applications as the Product is only
recommended for use in domestic situations. This warranty becomes void if the Product is altered, tampered with or damaged
by accident, or damaged in any other way by improper use.
Model: ______________________________________________ Serial #: _____________________________________________
Install Date: __________________________________________ Installed by: _________________________________________
Installer Contact #: ___________________________________________________________________________________________
Installed at (address): ___________________________________________________________________________________________
Garage Roller Door Operator Installation Guide
Your Dominator Roller Door Operator is supplied ready for immediate installation. Removal of any parts, guards etc should not be necessary.
These units are factory set to be installed on the right hand side of the door (from inside).
Door must be free from obstructions, and be easily manually operated.
1. Before installation, remove or make
inoperative all door locks.
2. Curtain must now be pinned at point
where curtain leaves drum wheel.
(Failure to do so will damage door).
Door must be fully closed and self
tapping screws fixed both sides through
the curtain and drumwheel. Ref Fig1.
Fig. 1
8. Remove cardboard lamp cover.
Fig. 4
To initially programme operator
push switch.
Note OUT
IN lever must
be in the “IN” position.
19. Fit weight bar to bottom centre of door.
Drill two holes 6mm diameter for fixing
of bar. Now attach weight bar to door
curtain using 2 x 6mm x 25mm gutter
bolts supplied and firmly tighten.
point to pin
drum wheel
OUT
IN
+24 VOLTS
• COMMON
• RELAY
• POWER
START
GROUND
3. Ensure “U” bolt or clamp on opposite
end to which “Operator” is to be fitted
is tight.
20. Ensure gearbox disengage lever is in
position marked “out”; make sure door
can now be pulled up and down
manually.
door curtain fully closed
6. Remove “U” bolt from end to which
Operator is to be fitted.
8. Mark wall bracket top position and then
remove.
Fig. 2
Caution: ensure “U” bolt is absolutely secure.
pipe (spindle)
9. Remove Operator from box and slide
over pipe spindle as shown.
OPTO2
OPTO1
22. Position bottom of door within 300mm
of ground level for RD8 model and half
way open for RD12 model. Engage
gear lever to the “IN” position. Plug
cord in and turn power on. Three
lights (LED’s) will light up at rear of
Operator.
FOUR WAY DIP SWITCH
Fig. 5
START
NC
GROUND
C
wall bracket
curtain
10. Slide Operator in until drive dog
engages one of the spokes on the drum
wheel. (If spokes are too far inside
curtain an adaptor spoke wheel is
available on request).
timber support
bottle jack
stand
11. Take support bracket out of box and
mount along with Operator as shown.
Ref Fig 3.
12. Screw wall bracket securely to wall in
original position.
13. Ensure enough room between curtain
and chainguard to avoid contact.
STATUS
21. To change motor polarity. Disconnect
power by unplugging at wall. Locate
Dip switch #2 on the four way switch
block, as per diagram.
Motors are shipped ex factory for right
hand installation. For left hand
installation (ie reverse motor polarity).
Move Dip switch #2 to the opposite
position. Ref Fig 4.
5. Support door at end where Operator is
to be installed. Ref Fig 2.
7. Raise door approximately 20-25mm.
Remove saddle clamp if fitted under
spindle.
LIGHT
• PROGRAMME
• STATUS L.E.D.
• RESET L.E.D.
• OBSTRUCTION L.E.D.
• POWER L.E.D.
1 2 3 4
4. Roll door up to the open position.
INTERLOCK
Fig. 3
Ceiling
Support Bracket
Curtain
14. Adjust support bracket so it is pressed
hard against drive arm.
23. Press flush mounted button marked as
“Programme”. Unit will travel down,
stall at bottom,
reverse to the top, stop, stall and go
down and up again. Unit is now ready
for normal use. Ref Fig 4.
24. Wiring instructions for bell push switch.
Connect wire to push button as shown.
Be sure to route wire to prevent chaffing
on sharp surfaces and make sure wire
is properly secured to ceiling and wall.
Mount push button in an easily
accessible place, preferably
near an exit and away from any
dampness. Be sure to mount button
high enough to prevent children from
playing with the opener. Ref Fig 5.
+24 V DC
NO
Connecting positions on
rear of operator
Fig. 6
To initially programme operator
push switch.
Note OUT
IN lever must
be in the “IN” position.
OUT
IN
+24 VOLTS
Wall
• COMMON
• RELAY
• POWER
START
GROUND
INTERLOCK
15. Lower door so pipe spindle rests into
support bracket.
17. For horizontal mounting use two slots
at top of support bracket with two M8
Carriage bolts. Tighten with Lock
Washers and Hex Nuts. Ref Fig 7.
Sprocket
Drive
Wheel
Drive Arm
Wall Bracket
Note: Chain tensioning: Operator may
require periodic adjustment of chain
tightness. To adjust, simply unclip
chainguard and loosen nuts. Pull chassis
away from door curtain to tension chain.
Tighten nuts while tension is applied.
Fitting the support arm and support bracket in the horizontal position. Assuming the support
arm is already in position and the support bracket is clamped to the spindle with the “U”
bolt.
STATUS
OPTO2
OPTO1
1 2 3 4
16. Fit “U” bolt over pipe and support
bracket into original holes and tighten
firmly.
LIGHT
• PROGRAMME
• STATUS L.E.D.
• RESET L.E.D.
• OBSTRUCTION L.E.D.
• POWER L.E.D.
FOUR WAY DIP SWITCH
Fig. 7
1. Place lock washer and M8 nut onto end of carriage bolt.
2. Raise operator to horizontal position and align slots in arm with slots in the support bracket.
3. Insert head of bolt into hole in arm and slide across so washer and nut locate into support
bracket and tighten.
4. Repeat for other side.
M8 Carriage Bolt
M8 Lock Washer
M8 Hex Nut
Support Bracket slots