Anleitung für Montage, Betrieb und Wartung Installation

Anleitung für Montage, Betrieb und Wartung Installation
Anleitung für Montage, Betrieb und Wartung
Garagentorantrieb
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions
Garage Door Operator
Notice de montage, d’utilisation et d’entretien
Motorisation pour porte de garage
Handleiding voor montage, bediening en onderhoud
Garagedeuraandrijving
Istruzioni per il montaggio, l'uso e la manutenzione
Della motorizzazione per porte da garage
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English .................................................................................. 6
Français ................................................................................ 9
Nederlands ......................................................................... 12
Italiano ................................................................................ 15
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CONTENTS
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Supplied Items
Required Tools for Installation
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Important Notes
1.1
Important safety instructions
1.1.1 We shall be exempt from our warranty obligations
and product liability in the event that ...
1.1.2 Checking the door / door system
1.2
Important instructions for safe installation
1.2.1 Prior to installation
1.2.2 In carrying out the installation work
1.3
Warnings
1.4
Maintenance advice
1.5
Information on the illustrated section
Illustrated Section
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Installation Instructions
Required clearance for installing the operator
Door latches on an up-and-over door
Door latches on a sectional door
Up-and-over doors with a forged iron door handle
Central locking on a sectional door
Off-centred reinforcement profile on a sectional door
Tensioning the drive belt
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3.6.3
3.6.4
Putting into Service / Connecting Additional
Components / Operation
Establishing the door's end-of-travel positions
by installing the limit stops
Notes on work involving electrics
Putting the operator into service
Deleting the door data
Programming the operator
Setting the maximum forces
Other adjustment options
Connecting of the additional components
Connecting the remote control
Connecting external IMPULSE buttons to start or
stop travel cycles
Connecting an OFF-switch or a wicket door
contact to halt and / or switch off the operator
Connecting a photocell or closing edge safety
device
Connecting to the options relay
Notes on operating the garage door operator
Normal operation
Operation following actuation of the mechanical
release
Signals from the operator lighting
Error messages / diagnostic LED
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Terms and Conditions of the Warranty
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Technical Data
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.4
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3.5.5
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
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Copyright.
No part of this instruction manual may be reproduced
without our permission.
Subject to changes.
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for wear and possible damage. Check for signs
of rust, corrosion or fractures. The door system
may not be used if repair or adjustment work
needs to be carried out. Always remember that
a fault in the door system or a misaligned door
can also cause injury.
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing a quality product from our company.
Please keep these instructions safe for later reference!
Please observe the following instructions, they provide you with
important information on the safe installation and use of your
Garage Door Operator, thus ensuring that this product will give
you trouble free operation for many years to come.
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Important Notes
ATTENTION
Incorrect installation or handling of the
operator could result in serious injury.
Please therefore follow these instructions
fully and with extreme care!
1.1
Note
Before installing the operator and in the interests of personal safety, make sure that any work needed on the
door's compensating springs is carried out by your garage door's service engineers. This also applies to any
necessary maintenance or repair work.
Important safety instructions
This garage door operator is designed exclusively for
the automated operation of spring-balanced up-and-over
and sectional doors in the non-commercial sector.
Use in the commercial sector is not permitted.
1.1.1 We shall be exempt from our warranty obligations
and product liability in the event that the customer
carries out his own structural changes or undertakes
improper installation work or arranges for same to be
carried out without our prior approval and contrary to
the installation guidelines we have provided.
Moreover, we shall accept no responsibility for the inadvertent or negligent operation of the operator and
accessories nor for the improper maintenance of the
door and its counterbalance mechanism.
Batteries and light bulbs are also not covered by the
warranty.
1.1.2 Checking the door / door system
The design of the operator is not suitable nor intended
for the opening and closing of heavy doors, i.e. doors
that can no longer easily be opened or closed manually.
Before installing the operator, it is therefore necessary to check the door and make sure that it can
also be easily moved by hand.
To do this, raise the door approx. 1 metre and then let it
go. The door should retain this position, moving neither
up or down. If the door should move in any of the two
directions, there is a risk that the compensating springs
are defective or incorrectly adjusted. In this case increased
wear and malfunctioning of the door system can be expected.
CAUTION: Danger to life!
Do not attempt to change, re- adjust, repair or
move the compensating springs for the door's
counterbalance mechanism or their holders. The
springs are under great tension and can cause
serious injury.
In addition, check the entire door system (pivots,
door bearings, cables, springs and fastenings)
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1.2
Important instructions for safe installation
Any further processing must ensure that the national
regulations governing the operation of electrical equipment are complied with.
1.2.1 Before installing the garage door operator, check
that the door is in a good mechanical condition and is
correctly balanced. Further check whether the door opens
and closes in the proper manner (see section 1.1.2).
In addition, any of the door's mechanical locks and latches
not needed for power operation of the garage door
should be immobilised. This includes in particular any
locking mechanisms connected with the door lock (see
sections 2.2 to 2.3).
The garage door operator is designed for use in dry buildings and therefore may not be installed outdoors. The
garage ceiling must be constructed in such a way as to
guarantee safe, secure anchoring of the operator. In the
case of ceilings that are too high or too lightweight, the
operator must be attached to additional braces.
1.2.2 In carrying out the installation work the applicable
regulations regarding working safety must be complied
with.
ATTENTION
Always cover over the operator before
drilling, since drilling dust and chippings
can lead to malfunctions.
The clearance between the highest point of the door and
the ceiling (also when the door is opening) must be at
least 30 mm (see fig. 1.1a / 1.1b). If there is inadequate
clearance, the operator may also be installed behind the
opened door, provided sufficient space is available. In
such instances an extended door link must be used. The
garage door operator can be positioned off-centre by
max. 50 cm, the exception being sectional doors with
high-lift tracks (track application "H"), where a special
track fitting is required.
The required shockproof electric socket allowing the operator to be connected to the electricity supply should be
installed at a distance of approx. 50 cm from the operator
head.
Please check these dimensions!
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Note
A caution notice warning about the trap risk must be
permanently fixed in a conspicuous place close to the permanently installed buttons used to actuate the operator.
1.3
Some of the figures also include the symbol shown below
together with a text reference. These references to specific
texts in the ensuing text section provide you with important information regarding installation and operation of the
garage door operator.
Warnings
Example:
Permanently installed controls (such
as buttons or similar devices) should
be installed within sight of the door
but well away from any moving parts
and at a height of at least 1.5 metres.
It is vital that they are installed out
of the reach of children!
2.2
= see text section, point 2.2
Make sure that
- neither persons nor objects are located within the door's range of travel.
- children do not play around with the
door system!
- the cord of the mechanical release
on the carriage cannot get caught
up in the ceiling's support system
or in any other protruding parts of
vehicles or the door.
ATTENTION
For garages without a second entrance, an
emergency release must be fitted to ensure
that is no danger of getting locked out.
This must be ordered separately and its function
checked once a month.
ATTENTION
Do not allow anyone to hang bodily
from the pull cord with knob!
1.4
Maintenance advice
The garage door operator is maintenance-free. For your
own safety, however, we recommend that you have the
door system checked once a year by service engineers
qualified to inspect and service garage doors.
1.5
Information on the illustrated section
The illustrated section shows installation of the operator
on an up-and-over door.
Where installation differs for a sectional door, this is
shown in addition.
In this instance, letters are assigned to the figures
as follows:
a is assigned to the up-and-over door and
b to the sectional door.
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2.2
1.2a
1.3a
1.2a
1.3a
1.1a
1.2a
1.2.2
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2.3
1.4b
1.5b
1.6b
1.2b
1.4b
1.5b
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Installation Instructions
2.1
Required clearance for installing the operator
When installing the operator, the clearance between the
door at its highest point of travel and the ceiling must
be at least 30 mm (see figures 1.1a / 1.1b).
2.2
The mechanical door latches on an up-and-over door
must be immobilised (see figure 1a). In the case of door
models not listed here, the catches must be locked on
site.
2.3
On a sectional door the internal mechanical latch must
be completely dismantled (see figure 1b).
(see figure 4) and after fitting the door link (see figure
6.1a / 6.2a / 6.1b / 6.2b) push the door by hand into
the OPEN end-of-travel position ➜ the limit stop is
pushed into the correct position (see figure 7).
2) Fix the limit stop for the OPEN end-of-travel position.
3) Insert the limit stop for the CLOSE end-of-travel loosely
into the boom between the carriage and the drive unit
(see figure 4) and push the door by hand into the CLOSE
end-of-travel position ➜ the limit stop is pushed close
to the correct position (see figure 8).
4) Push the limit stop for the CLOSE end-of-travel position
approx. 1 cm further in the CLOSE direction and then
fix in place.
Note
If you are unable to push the door manually into the desired
OPEN or CLOSE end-of-travel positions, this indicates that
the door mechanics are too sluggish to be used with the
garage door operator and must therefore be checked (see
section 1.1.2)!
ATTENTION
When installing the operator, the pull
cord on the door must be removed
(see figure 1.2b).
2.4
Note
Up-and-over doors with a forged iron door handle
Contrary to the illustrated section (see figure 2a / 3.2a),
these doors require the lintel bracket fastening and the
door link bracket to be fitted off-centre.
2.5
Central locking on a sectional door
For sectional doors with a centrally positioned lock, fit
the lintel bracket fastening and the door link bracket offcentre (see figure 2b).
2.6
Off-centred reinforcement profile on a sectional door
In the case of an off-centred reinforcement profile on a
sectional door, fit the door link bracket to the nearest
reinforcement profile on the left or right (see figure 2b).
Note
Contrary to the illustrated section, for timber doors
use the wood screws 5 x 35 from the pack of screws
supplied with the door (3 mm Ø drill hole).
2.7
Tensioning the drive belt
The operator boom’s toothed belt is already set at the
factory for optimum tension. During the starting and
braking phases of large doors it can happen that the
belt hangs out of the boom profile temporarily.
This, however, is of no technical disadvantage nor does
it have any negative effect on the operator's function and
service life.
CAUTION
Do not insert fingers into the boom while
the door is moving ➜ risk of crushed
fingers!
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Putting into Service / Connecting Additional
Components / Operation
3.1
Establishing the door's end-of-travel positions
by installing the limit stops
1) Insert the limit stop for the OPEN end-of-travel loosely
into the boom between the carriage and the drive unit
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3.2
Notes on work involving electrics
ATTENTION
The following points apply to all work
involving electrics:
- Electrical connections may only be made by a
qualified electrician!
- Onsite electrical installation must comply with
the relevant safety regulations (230/240 V AC,
50/60 Hz)!
- Before working on the operator, always unplug
from the mains!
- External voltage at any of the controls connecting
terminals will completely destroy the electronics
(exception terminal .6, .5, .8)!
- To avoid malfunctions, ensure that the control
cables of the operator (24 V DC) are laid in an
installation system separate to other supply lines
(230 V AC)!
3.3
Putting the operator into service
The operator features a memory (fail-safe even in the
event of a power failure) where the data specific to the
door (distance of travel, necessary forces for door movement etc.) laid down during learn cycle (programming)
are stored and which are updated during subsequent
travel cycles. This data is only applicable to this particular
door. If any other door is to be used or if the running action of the door has greatly changed (e.g. after subsequently adjusting limit stops or fitting new springs etc.),
the data must be deleted and the operator then reprogrammed.
3.3.1 Deleting the door data (see figure 18)
In the ex factory state, the door data is deleted and the
operator can be immediately programmed ➜ see section
3.3.2 - Programming the operator.
If re- programming is desired or becomes necessary,
the door data can be deleted as follows:
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1)Unplug from the mains.
2) Press the transparent button in the housing and
keep depressed.
3) Insert the mains plug and keep the above-mentioned
button depressed until the operator lighting flashes.
If it only flashes once, the door data has been
deleted. You can then proceed with reprogramming
immediately.
Note
Further signals from the operator lighting (flashes repeatedly
on inserting the mains plug) are explained in section 3.6.3.
3.3.2 Programming the operator
During programming the travel path and the required
forces for opening and closing are programmed or stored
(data retained even in the event of a power failure).
Before the operator can be programmed, the door data
must be deleted (see section 3.3.1) and the carriage
engaged:
1) If necessary, the disengaged carriage must be prepared
for engagement by pressing the green button (see
figure 19) on the carriage and the door must be moved
by hand until the carriage engages in the belt lock.
2) If necessary, insert the mains plug, the operator
lighting then flashes twice (see section 3.6.3).
3) If necessary, use the DIL-switch "C" (accessible on
removing the operator cover, see figure 10 and 17) to
set the desired behaviour of the closing door on
approaching the CLOSE end-of-travel position:
- set DIL-switch "C" to OFF to change over to short
"soft" stop for sectional doors (factory setting).
- set DIL-switch "C" to ON to change over to long
"soft" stop for up-and-over doors.
4) Press the transparent button in the operator cover
(see figure 20) ➜ the door opens with the operator
lighting flashing (OPEN learning cycle) and after reaching the OPEN limit stop and a short reverse (approx.
1 cm) comes to a halt with the operator lighting flashing.
Note
If the OPEN limit stop has not been reached, then the
OPEN maximum force is set too low and must be increased
(see section 3.3.3). After increasing the OPEN maximum
force (max. 1/8th turn per adjustment attempt), press
the transparent button to cause the door to travel to the
CLOSE end-of-travel position. Stop the door closing
before it reaches the CLOSE end-of-travel position
by pressing the button again. Then repeat step 4 as
explained in section 3.3.2.
5) Press the transparent button again (see figure 20) ➜
the door closes with operator lighting flashing throughout (CLOSE learning cycle), in doing so the carriage
must reach the CLOSE limit stop. The operator then
immediately causes the door (with operator lighting
switched on) to travel to the OPEN end-of-travel position and the door then stays in this position. The operator lighting goes out after 3 minutes.
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Note
If the CLOSE limit stop has not been reached, then the
CLOSE maximum force is set too low and must be increased
(see section 3.3.3). After increasing the CLOSE maximum
force (max. 1/8th turn per adjustment attempt), delete
the door data (see section 3.3.1) and repeat the programming procedure.
6) At least three uninterrupted travel cycles must be
consecutively carried out. In doing so, check that the
door has fully reached its closed position (if not,
readjust the CLOSE limit stop and re- programme the
operator). In addition, check that the door opens fully
(the carriage comes to a halt shortly before reaching
the OPEN end-of-travel position).
The operator is now programmed ready for
operation.
7) Please check the programmed force limit by following
the corresponding safety instructions provided in section 3.6!
3.3.3 Setting the maximum forces
The required forces for opening and closing the door
which were learned and stored during programming are
updated also during the subsequent travel cycles. That's
why in the event that the running action of the door gets
increasingly sluggish (e.g. spring tension slackens) it is
important for safety reasons that these values do not
reset themselves indefinitely, as otherwise any necessary
manual operation of the door could pose a possible safety
risk (e.g. door could crash to the floor).
That's why the maximum forces available for opening
and closing the door are pre-set at the factory (potentiometer at intermediate setting) but these can be
increased if needed.
The maximum forces set at the potentiometer have a slight
effect on the sensitivity of the force limit, since the forces
actually needed were stored during the learn cycle.
The forces set at the factory are suitable for operating
most standard doors.
For setting the maximum opening and closing forces, a
potentiometer is available for each direction, accessible
on removing the operator cover and marked P1 and P2
(see figure 21.1 / 21.2).
The maximum force in the OPEN direction can be limited
via potentiometer P1; while the maximum force in the
CLOSE direction can be limited via potentiometer P2.
In doing so, turning clockwise increases the forces, while
turning anticlockwise reduces the forces.
Note
It is only necessary to increase the maximum forces preset
at the factory (potentiometer at intermediate setting) should
the need arise during programming (see section 3.3.2).
ATTENTION: Danger to life!
Setting the potentiometer too high can
result in serious injuries!
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- Options relay: Relay cycles slowly during the open
phase and rapidly during the warning phase; "normal"
cycling continues when door in motion.
Note: Connection of an external warning light without
automatic flashing (see figure 16).
Reducing the setting is only advisable if a light-moving
door is involved, a higher level of safety is desired and
"normal" operation is guaranteed (must be established
through testing).
ATTENTION
If the potentiometer is set too low, this
will put the operator out of action!
Note
Besides having the task of limiting the maximum forces
(during the OPEN reference cycle and CLOSE learn cycle
and serving as an upper limit for updating), both potentiometers also have a second function:
- P1: during a normal opening cycle over the last centimetres before reaching the OPEN end-of-travel position,
P1 assumes the task of the programmed force limit,
thereby making it possible to adjust doors which require
a greater force at this stage only.
- P2: during a normal closing cycle, after passing the limit,
from which point on no reversing takes place (so called
reversing limit, located just before reaching the CLOSE
end-of-travel position), P2 assumes the task of the programmed force limit, thereby making it possible to adjust
doors which require a greater force at this point to ensure
tight closing.
3.4
Other adjustment options (Warning phase,
Automatic closing, options relay)
With the "A" and "B" DIL-switches (accessible on removing the operator cover, see figure 10 and 17), the following
functions of the operator and options relay can be set:
DIL-switch "A" at OFF / DIL-switch "B" at OFF
- Operator / operator lighting: normal function.
- Options relay: the relay picks up with the operator
lighting, but without cycling.
Note: Factory setting; Connection of additional external
operator lighting (see figure 16).
DIL-switch "A" at OFF / DIL-switch "B" at ON
- Operator / operator lighting: normal function.
- Options relay: the relay picks up on reaching the
CLOSE end-of-travel position.
Note: "Close" signal.
DIL-switch "A" at ON / DIL-switch "B" at OFF
- Operator: Warning phase (approx. 2 s) always active.
- Operator lighting: flashes rapidly during warning phase.
- Options relay: cycles rapidly during warning phase;
"normal" cycling continues when door in motion.
Note: Connection of an external warning light (without
automatic flashing) (see figure 16).
DIL-switch "A" at ON / DIL-switch "B" at ON
- Operator: Warning phase (approx. 2 s) always active.
Automatic closing from OPEN end-of-travel position
after 30 s open phase and approx. 2 s warning phase.
- operator lighting flashes rapidly during warning phase
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Explanation:
Warning phase
The time from when the command to move is given until
the door starts to move. If a new command is given during this time, the warning phase ends without being followed by a subsequent travel cycle.
Open phase
The time the door waits at the OPEN end-of-travel limit.
If a command to move is given during this time, the open
phase starts anew.
Automatic closing
The door automatically closes after a set time after reaching the OPEN end-of-travel position. Pre- requisite is the
fitting of a photocell and/or closing edge safety device!
3.5
Connecting the additional components
Notes on work involving electrics - Attention!
The following points apply to all work
involving electrics:
- Electrical connections may only be made by a
qualified electrician!
- On- site electrical installation must comply with
the relevant safety regulations (230/240 V AC,
50/60 Hz)!
- Before working on the operator, always unplug
from the mains!
- External voltage at any of the controls connecting terminals will completely destroy the electronics (exception terminal .6, .5, .8)!
- To avoid malfunctions, ensure that the control
cables of the operator (24 V DC) are laid in an
installation system separate to other supply
lines (230/240 V AC)!
To connect the additional components, the operator cover
must be removed (see figure 10). The terminals to which
the remote control or additional components such as
potential-free internal and external buttons, OFF-switch
or wicket door contact as well as safety devices such as
photocell or closing edge safety device are connected,
carry a safe low voltage of only 30 V DC max.
All connecting terminals are designed for multiple
occupancy, however, please observe the maximum
of 1 x 1.5 mm2 (see figure 10.2). Before connection,
always pull out the mains plug!
3.5.1 Connecting the remote control
The remote control is to be connected as follows:
Plug-in connection (see figure 11)
The receiver unit plug is plugged into the corresponding
plug-in location on the operator head.
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1) The resistance of 8.2 kΩ inserted at the factory between terminals 74 (safety device-input SE) and 20
(0 V) must be removed and then reinserted in the
safety device, as shown, between the switching
output and terminal 74.
2) 0 V (Ground) or second contact to terminal 20 (0 V).
When a hand transmitter / receiver set is included, the top
button on the hand transmitter is generally already programmed into the receiver.
For information on how to programme in hand transmitter
buttons on other receivers, please refer to the instructions
supplied with the receiver.
Option B:
A photocell or closing edge safety device of type B
(everything okay = contact opened) switching to 0 V
or having a potential-free contact, is connected as follows (see figure 15):
1) The resistance of 8.2 kΩ inserted at the factory between terminals 74 (safety device-input SE) and 20
(0 V) must be removed and reinserted in the safety
device, as shown. The switching output is connected
to terminal 74.
2) 0 V (Ground) or second contact to terminal 20 (0 V).
Note
Completely unroll the aerial wire and fasten to the garage
ceiling, if possible upwards as well as diagonally in the
direction of the structural opening. In doing so, do not wind
the aerial wire around metal parts such as nails, braces etc.
The best alignment to achieve an optimum range must be
established by trial and error.
868 MHz: GSM 900 mobile phones used at the same time
may influence the range of the radio remote control.
3.5.2 Connecting external IMPULSE buttons to start
or stop door travel cycles
One or several buttons with normally open (n.o.) contacts
(potential-free), such as internal buttons or key switches,
are connected (in the case of the latter, then joined
parallel) as follows (see figure 12):
1) first contact to terminal 21a (impulse input).
2) second contact to terminal 20 (0 V).
Note
If an auxiliary voltage is needed for an external button, then
a voltage of approx. + 24 V DC is available for this at terminal 5 (as opposed to 0 V at 20), whereby the total current
drawn off at terminal 5 must not exceed 100 mA.
3.5.3 Connecting an OFF-switch or a wicket door contact
(opening must be forcibly actuated) to halt and/or
switch off the operator (STOP or emergency-OFF
circuit)
An OFF-switch with normally closed (n.c.) contacts
(switching to 0 V or potential-free) is connected as
follows (see figure 13):
1) The jumper inserted at the factory between terminal
12 (STOP or emergency-OFF input) and terminal 13
(0 V), allowing normal function of the operator, should
be removed.
2) - Switching output or first contact at terminal 12
(STOP or emergency-OFF input).
- 0 V (Ground) or second contact to terminal 13 (0 V).
Note
By opening the contact any possible travel cycles are
immediately halted and permanently prevented.
3.5.4 Connecting a photocell or a closing edge safety
device to initiate a safety return up to the OPEN
end-of-travel position
Option A:
A photocell or closing edge safety device of type A
(everything okay = contact closed) switching to 0 V
or having a potential-free contact, is connected as
follows (see figure 14):
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Note
If an auxiliary voltage is needed for the safety device, then
a voltage of approx. + 24 V DC is available for this at terminal 5 (as opposed to 0 V at 20), whereby the total current
drawn off at terminal 5 must not exceed 100 mA.
3.5.5 Connecting to the options relay
The potential-free contacts of the options relay allow connection, for example, an external light or a warning light
without automatic flashing (see figure 16).
To feed an external light, external voltage must be used!
Terminal .6
Terminal .5
Terminal .8
n.c. contact
common contact
n.o. contact
max. contact
load:
2,5 A / 30 V DC
500 W / 250 V AC
Note
The voltage of + 24 V DC available at terminal 5 cannot
be used to feed an external light!
3.6
Notes on operating the garage door operator
Note
Initial function checks as well as programming or extending the remote control should always take place from
inside the garage.
Only ever operate the garage door operator when you
have full view of the movement range of the door. Wait
until the door has come to a complete halt before entering the door's movement zone.
Before driving in or out of the garage, always check that
the door has fully opened.
ATTENTION
Keep hand transmitters out of the
reach of children!
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The function of the mechanical release should be checked
every month. The pull cord with knob may only be actuated when the door is closed, otherwise in the case of
weak, broken or defective springs or due to a deficient /
faulty counterbalance, there is a risk that the door could
close extremely quickly.
ATTENTION
Never hang bodily from the pull cord!
All persons using the door system must
be shown how to operate the garage door
opener properly and safely. Demonstrate
and test the mechanical release as well
as the safety return. To do this, halt the
closing door by grasping it with both
hands. The door system should gently
cut-out and initiate the safety return.
The same should happen during the
opening cycle, i.e. the door system
gently cuts out and the door comes to
a halt.
3.6.1 Normal operation
During normal operation the garage door operator works
exclusively on impulse sequence, whereby it makes no difference whether the external button, a programmed hand
transmitter button or the transparent button was pressed:
1st Impulse: Operator causes door to move towards
an end-of-travel position.
2nd Impulse: Operator causes door to stop.
3rd Impulse: Operator causes door to travel in the
opposite direction.
4th Impulse: Operator causes door to stop.
5th Impulse: Operator causes door to travel in the
direction of the end-of-travel position
selected when the first impulse was
generated
etc.
The operator lighting comes on when the door moves
and automatically goes out 3 minutes later on completion
of the cycle.
3.6.2 Operation following actuation of the mechanical
release
If, for instance due to a power failure, the mechanical
release was actuated, the carriage must be re- engaged
in the belt lock before normal operation can be resumed:
1) Move the operator until the belt lock in the boom is well
accessible for the carriage, and then stop the operator.
2) Press the green button on the carriage (see figure 19).
3) Move the door by hand until the carriage re- engages
in the belt lock.
4) Carry out several uninterrupted travel cycles to check
whether the door has fully reached its closed position
and whether it has also fully opened (the carriage comes
to a halt shortly before the OPEN limit stop).
Note
If, after carrying out several uninterrupted travel cycles, the
behaviour/action does not correspond to that described
in stage 4, a new learn operation will be necessary (see
section 3.3.2).
3.6.3 Signals from the operator lighting
If the mains plug is inserted without the transparent
button (with operator cover removed the circuit board
button) being pressed, the operator lighting flashes two,
three or four times.
Flashing twice
indicates that no door data is stored or has been deleted
(as in the ex factory state): programming can then be
carried out immediately.
Flashing three times
indicates that door data is stored but that the last door
position is not sufficiently well known. The next travel
cycle is therefore an OPEN reference cycle. This is then
followed by "normal" travel cycles.
Flashing four times
indicates that not only is door data stored but also that
the last door position is sufficiently well known, so that
"normal" travel cycles taking into consideration the impulse sequence (OPEN-STOP-CLOSE-STOP etc.) can
follow (normal behaviour following successfully completed programming and a power failure). For safety reasons, whenever there is a power failure during a travel
cycle, i.e. when the door is still in motion, the first impulse
command always results in the door opening.
Note
An OPEN reference cycle can be enforced if, when the
mains plug is inserted, the external button (connected
at terminals 20 and 21a) is pressed. In this case, the operator lighting flashes three times.
Replacement lamp for operator lighting:
24 V/10 W, socket: B(a)15s
3.6.4 Error messages / diagnostic LED
(light emitting diode, see figure 10.1)
When operation does not go to plan, a diagnostic LED
(visible through the transparent button even with the
operator cover in place), helps you to easily identify the
possible causes. In the programmed state this LED normally glows constantly and goes out as long as an externally connected IMPULSE device is activated (see
section 3.5.2).
Note
On the basis of the behaviour explained above, a shortcircuit in the connecting lead of the external button or a
short-circuit in the button itself can be recognised even if
normal operation of the garage door operator with the remote control or the transparent button is otherwise possible.
The operator is now ready to resume normal
operation.
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LED:
flashes 2 x in 4 seconds
Elimination:
Cause:
A photocell or closing edge safety device connected to terminals 20 and 74 has been interrupted or activated. It is possible that a safety
return has been initiated.
Remove the obstruction in question, check the
photocell and / or closing edge safety device,
and if necessary replace.
If no photocell or closing edge safety device is
connected to terminals 20 and 74, check whether
the factory assembled resistance of 8,2 kΩ between terminals 20 and 74 is present – if necessary connect.
Acknowledgement:
Elimination:
Note:
Acknowledgement:
Another impulse is generated via an external
button, the remote control or the transparent
button – the door travels in the opposite direction to that last travelled.
LED:
flashes 3 x in 5 seconds
Cause:
The CLOSE force limit has been activated –
the door has carried out a safety return.
Remove the obstruction. If a safety return has
taken place for no recognisable reason, check
the door mechanics. It may be necessary to
delete the door data and reprogramme.
Elimination:
Acknowledgement:
Another impulse is generated via an external
button, the remote control or the transparent
button – the door opens.
flashes 4 x in 6 seconds
Cause:
The STOP or emergency-OFF circuit is open
or was opened during a travel cycle (see
section 3.5.3)
Close the STOP or emergency-OFF circuit
(see section 3.5.3)
Elimination:
Acknowledgement:
Another impulse is generated via an external
button, the remote control or the transparent
button – the door travels in the opposite direction to that last travelled.
LED:
flashes 5 x in 7 seconds
Cause:
The OPEN force limit has been activated –
the door has stopped whilst opening.
Remove the obstruction. If the door has come
to a halt for no recognisable reason, check the
door mechanics. It may be necessary to delete
the door data and reprogramme.
Elimination:
Acknowledgement:
Another impulse is generated via an external
button, the remote control or the transparent
button – the door closes.
LED:
flashes 6 x in 8 seconds
Cause:
Operator fault
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Generate an impulse via an external button,
the remote control or the transparent button –
the door opens (OPEN reference cycle).
LED:
flashes 7 x in 9 seconds
Cause:
The operator has not yet been programmed
(this is merely being pointed out – it is not a
fault/error).
Elimination/
Acknowledgement: Initiate learn operation for the CLOSE direction
via the transparent button.
LED:
flashes 8 x in 10 seconds
Cause:
The operator requires a reference cycle (this is
merely being pointed out – it is not a fault/error).
Elimination/
Acknowledgement: Initiate a reference cycle in the OPEN direction
via an external button, the remote control or
the transparent button.
Note:
This is the normal state following a power failure
when no door data is stored or this has been
deleted and/or the last door position is not
sufficiently well known.
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LED:
It may be necessary to delete the door data. If
the operator fault re- occurs, replace the operator.
Terms and Conditions of the Warranty
Guarantee Period
In addition to the statutory guarantee provided by the
dealer, we provide the following guarantee of parts from
the date of purchase:
a) 5 years on operator mechanics, motor and motor
controls
b) 2 years on radio, impulse generators, accessories
and special systems
There is no guarantee on consumables (e.g. fuses,
batteries, lighting devices).
Claims made under the guarantee do not extend the
guarantee period. Following the supply of replacement
parts the guarantee period is six months; or at least,
the remainder of the guarantee period.
Conditions
A claim under this guarantee is only valid for the country
in which the equipment was bought. The product must
have been purchased through authorised distribution
channels. A claim under this guarantee exists only for
damage to the product in the contract itself. Reimbursement of expenditure for dismantling and installation,
testing of corresponding parts, as well as demands for
lost profits and compensation for damages, are excluded
from the guarantee. The receipt of purchase substantiates your right to claim under the guarantee.
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Service rendered
For the duration of the guarantee we will eliminate all
product defects that are proven to be attributable to
material or manufacturing faults. We pledge to provide
free of charge and at our discretion to replace the defective parts with a non-defective one, to improve it, or
to reimburse for a reduction in price.
Excluded are damages due to:
- improper fitting and connection
- improper commissioning or operating
- external influences, such as fire, water, abnormal
weather conditions
- mechanical damage due to accidents, dropping, jolting
- negligent or deliberate destruction
- normal wear and tear or deficient maintenance
- repair by non-qualified persons
- use of non-original parts
- removal or making unrecognisable the serial number
Replaced parts become our property.
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- Photocell or closing edge safety
device can be connected
- Options relay for warning light,
additional external lighting
Quick release:
In the event of a power failure,
actuated from the inside via a
pull cord
Remote control:
2-button hand transmitter HS 2
and separate receiver.
Universal fitting:
For up-and-over and sectional
doors
Door speed:
Approx. 14 cm/s (depending
on size and weight of door)
Airborne noise
emission Garage
door operator:
Boom:
Extremely flat (no more than
30 mm) with integral door security kit and maintenance-free,
patented toothed belt with
automatic belt tensioning.
Application:
Exclusively for garages in the
domestic sector. For easy-moving
up-and-over and sectional doors
with a door area of up to 10 m2
Not suitable for industrial /
commercial use.
Parking spaces:
Suitable for a maximum of 2
parking spaces
Technical Data
Power supply:
230/240 V, 50/60 Hz
standby approx. 4,5 W
Protection category: For dry rooms only
Automatic cut-out:
Automatically programmed
separately for both operational
directions.
End-of-travel
cut-out/Force limit:
Self-learning, non-wearing, since
no mechanical switches are
used. Additionally integrated
excess travel stop of approx.
45 s. Automatic cut-out readjusts itself during each travel
cycle.
Rated load:
150 N
Push and pull force:
500 N
≤ 70 dB (A)
Short-time peak load: 650 N
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Motor:
DC motor with "Hall" sensor
Transformer:
With thermal overload protection
Connection:
Connection technique without
screws for external equipment
with safe low voltage of 24 V DC,
e.g. internal and external buttons
for impulse control.
Special functions:
- Operator lighting, 3 minutes
light factory setting
- STOP/OFF switch can be
connected
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