LAZER RDO 2.pub - Steel and Pipes for Africa

LAZER RDO 2.pub - Steel and Pipes for Africa
INSTRUCTIONS & OWNERS MANUAL
Roll Up Door Operator
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INDEX
Preparation before installation
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Terms and definitions
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Pictures & names of parts
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Mounting the weight bar
7.
Installing the operator
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Installing the gearbox onto the door drum
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Mounting the weight bar / Connecting the power
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Attaching the manual release
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Operating the release mechanism
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Mounting the control box
10.
Connecting the 24 v dc motor wires
11.
Setting the motor direction
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Connecting the rev counter
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Connecting the power
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Programming the operator
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Programming and erasing remote controls
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Obstacle sensing
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Wall Console
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Connecting & wiring the Laser Park Assist
15.
Connecting & wiring a magnetic lock
16.
Connecting & wiring infrared safety beams
17.
Setting Auto Close
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LCD screen messages
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Technical specifications
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PREPARATION BEFORE INSTALLATION
Congratulations on choosing the LAZER garage door operator. DA.C.E are leaders in the automation field and are continuously striving to find improved ways to make life easier and safer by
using the latest technology available.
We pride ourselves in manufacturing a high quality product that will give many years of trouble
free operation. To ensure the correct function of the product, it is very important that the instructions in this manual are followed. It is strongly recommended that an experienced installer is
used to install the equipment. To avoid electrical shock, a qualified electrician should be used to
install the electrical cabling for this equipment.
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE ANY INSTALLATION BEGINS
CAUTION!
This garage door operator uses high voltage.
DANGER OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, ENTRAPMENT AND CRUSHING.
The following points must be checked when installing and operating this
equipment:
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Ensure that the door is in good working order before the operator is installed. The door
should be able to be operated manually using one hand only. The force required to move the
door by hand must be the same in both the open and the close direction. If the door is not in
perfect working order, a qualified door technician must be used to repair any door defect
before the operator is installed. Failure to do this will lead to malfunction of the operator.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE DOOR UNLESS QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
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Never install this equipment outdoors, including carports etc
Never open or work on equipment while it is still connected to the power supply.
Never assume that the power supply is turned off. The battery backup system keeps the
operator active even with the mains power turned off.
Never allow children to play with or near garage doors & the automation equipment.
Ensure that the wall console is mounted out of the reach of children.
Never operate the door while out of sight of the door.
Do not allow children to play with any remote control device
Use extreme caution when operating the manual release, as the door may move causing
injury or damage.
Examine the door every six months for spring tension and ensure that the door is running in
the correct manner.
Never use auto close facility without the use of infrared safety beams.
This operator is specifically designed to be used on domestic Roll-up type garage doors
only.
Install the manual release cord out of the reach of children.
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NOTE : A garage door should not be automated until it is in good working order.
A garage door is a large and heavy piece of equipment and this must be considered
when the door is automated. Due to this fact, the motor used on this equipment is extremely powerful and may cause injury or damage if installed or operated incorrectly. It
should be noted that, in certain countries, it is mandatory that all automated doors be
fitted with infrared safety beams. The manufacturers cannot be held responsible in ANY
way in the event of injury , death or damage as a result of the incorrect installation or
operation of this equipment.
TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
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Auto Close (optional): allows the garage door to close after a selected period of time.
Infrared Safety Beams (optional): electronic devices that will stop the door closing if an
object is detected in the path of the door.
PC Board / Control Card: control board that contains all the electronic components to operate the garage door motor.
Obstacle sensing: if the door hits an obstruction or senses excessive force while closing, the
motor will stop and re-open.
Remote Control: a radio frequency device, usually hand held, that is used to activate the
operator .
Wall Console (optional): a wall mounted remote control.
Onboard Receiver: receiver built onto the main PC board that receives the signal from the
remote control to trigger the operator.
Courtesy Light: built in light on the power head that illuminates when the operator has received a trigger.
Ramp Down: the slowing down of the door at the end of its travel.
Manual Release Mechanism: used to over ride the operator to allow for the manual operation by pulling the Manual release cord.
Battery backup (optional): a facility which enables the battery system to take over power
supply to the operator if there is a loss of power being supplied from the mains power supply
Select Button: selects the desired operation.
Enter button: multiple function button.
Lockout: electronically locks the door in any chosen position.
Laser Module (optional): emits a pin point light to assist with precision parking.
LCD Screen: shows digital messages regarding the operation of the motor.
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PARTS LIST
LAZER Control
Light lens
Box
2 X 12 Volt batteries
24 Volt bulb
Main PC Board
Power cable
LCD screen
Transformer
Cover
LAZER
Gear Box
24 V DC Motor
Drive forks
U—Bolt assembly
Drive gear drum
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MOUNTING THE WEIGHT BAR
The weight bar is used to assist with the operation of the door. The purpose of the weight bar is
to ensure that the door does not “Balloon” when closing. The weight bar keeps a constant
weight on the door at all times. The weight bar should be mounted in the centre of the door at
the bottom.
It is very important that the door springs are re-tensioned after the weight bar has been placed
on the door. Ensure that the door does not move on its own when left in any position. The door
must be easy to open or close by hand throughout its travel and must not stick or jam at all.
Secure the weight bar by using the two bolts and nuts supplied. The weight bar must be
placed in the centre of the door as close to the ground as possible. Ensure that the weight
bar or the bolts do not interfere with the operation of the door as this will cause the operator
to jam.
Place the weight bar at the bottom of the door
in a central position.
INSTALLING THE LAZER OPERATOR
Before installing the LAZER, operator, ensure that the door is in good working order.
The LAZER gearbox can be placed on the left hand side or the right hand side of the door. It must
be noted that the 24V DC motor direction will be affected by this. (see2 4V DC Motor Direction)
The diagram shows a LAZER gearbox being placed on the left hand side of the door, the installation procedure is the same for either side. The first diagram shows a LAZER gearbox being fitted
to a door that has the wheel near the edge of the door.
Certain doors have the wheels placed deep inside the door drum, this type of installation is shown
under ;“ INSTALLING THE LAZER GEARBOX INSIDE THE DOOR DRUM”
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In order to fit the LAZER GEARBOX to the door, the door must be lifted from the support
bracket on the side that the LAZER gearbox is to be fitted.
NOTE: DO NOT LOOSEN BOTH SIDES OF THE DOOR. As this will cause the door
spring to unwind and may cause injury or damage.
LAZER
Gearbox
Loosen ONE side of the door shaft
Lift door shaft from support bracket.
Slide the LAZER gearbox onto the door
shaft.
Slide the LAZER gearbox onto the shaft until the drive forks engage with one of the spokes of
the door wheel. DO NOT force the forks over the wheel. If the forks do not freely engage
with the spoke, adjust the wheel by cutting the spoke to suit the forks of the motor.
Engage the forks to the door wheel spoke.
Door wheel
Tighten the door shaft back onto
the support bracket
LAZER
gearbox mounted on the door shaft with U bolt.
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INSTALLING THE LAZER GEARBOX INSIDE THE DOOR DRUM
Some doors require that the LAZER gearbox is installed inside the drum as some door wheels are
placed deep inside the drum. This type of installation requires that the adaptor bracket is used
to fit the LAZER gearbox to the door wheel. First attach the adaptor bracket to the door wheel.
Slide the LAZER gearbox over the door shaft until it engages the adaptor bracket. Secure the
LAZER gearbox to the door shaft by using the “U” bolt and TEK screw supplied.
Slide the adaptor bracket over the door shaft and attach it to the door wheel. The adaptor
bracket is attached using the bolts supplied.
Door wheel
Adaptor bracket.
Slide the LAZER gearbox over
the door shaft until the forks
engage with the adaptor
bracket.
Secure the LAZER gearbox to the door shaft by using the “U” bolt and TEK screw supplied.
Ensure that the LAZER gearbox is mounted level
Attach the “U” bolt over the
door shaft and secure it making sure that it is mounted
level
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ATTACHING AND OPERATING THE MANUAL RELEASE
The operator can be placed in manual override so that the door can be operated manually. The
manual release mechanism will disengage the drive in the LAZER gearbox. NOTE ; Before operating the manual release, ensure that the door path is clear of any obstruction as the door may
move uncontrollably. This may cause serious injury or damage.
When the LAZER gearbox is re-engaged into normal operating mode, the door may detect an
obstruction during the first operation. This is normal and will cause no damage to the operator.
The operator will re-set itself after the first full operating cycle. There is no need to re-program
the operator.
The manual release cord is attached
to the release lever as shown.
Release lever
To operate the manual release, the release cord is
pulled downward and then released. The release
lever will move and then return to its original
position. The motor drive will disengage from
the gearbox.
To place the operator into normal operation
mode, the release cord is pulled downward and
then released. The release lever will move and
then return to its original position. The motor
drive will reengage with the gearbox.
Release cord
MOUNTING THE CONTROL BOX
The control box is mounted using the screws and spacers supplied. The control box must be
mounted within sight of the door. Mount the control box at eye level. It should be out of the reach
of children
Remove the cover of the
control box by removing
the screws
Place the mounting screws in the position shown
Wall plug
Spacer.
Screw.
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CONNECTING THE 24 V DC MOTOR WIRES
The two motor wires are connected from the PC Board to the motor.
The motor direction is determined by these two wires.
Change the motor wires around if
direction is not correct.
24 V DC MOTOR DIRECTION
It is extremely important that the motor direction is set correctly. Failure to do so may lead to
injury or damage to property. When the door is programmed, the door must firstly CLOSE and
then open. If the door opens first before closing, the motor direction is incorrect and must be
changed. This is done by changing the motor wires around.
CONNECTING THE REV COUNTER
The rev counter must be connected in order for the motor to operate. This is done by plugging
the connector to the PC Board.
CONNECTING POWER TO THE OPERATOR
Care should be taken when connecting any power source to an appliance.
The operator uses 220 volts AC. This can be dangerous if it is not connected correctly. Always
check that the power is switched off before connecting any power source. The operator is supplied with a power cable and plug. This must be connected to a household power outlet. Ensure
that the battery is connected before the operator is programmed.
The power cable comes out of the back of the
operator.
Plug the power cable into a standard household outlet.
Ensure that the power is switched OFF before connecting.
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PROGRAMMING THE OPERATOR
There are two methods of programming the operator:
1. Using the Control Card
2. Using the Wall Console NOTE : (the wall console is pre-programmed to the operator.)
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LEDS
ENTER button
SEL button (select)
The operator needs to be programmed to each specific door.
This operator uses obstacle sensing in order to detect the limits of the door.
Before programming ensure that the following points are checked:
• All locking devices on the door have been removed or made inoperable.
• The manual release mechanism is engaged.
• The door path is clear.
NOTE : The battery must be connected before programming begins.
If no back-up battery is to be used, proceed to the steps below.
1 To program the operator using the main control board
1. Switch on the mains power supply — the LEDs will illuminate.
2. Press the “SEL” (SELECT) button — the LCD will read “program mode press enter button”
3. Press the “ENTER” button
The door will now automatically:
• Close until it reaches the end stopper.
• Open until it reaches the end stopper.
• Close to the fully closed position.
Programming is now complete.
The LCD gives a step by step explanation while the door is programming.
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To program the operator using the wall console.
Press the Light button and the lock button simultaneously.
The LCD will indicate “program mode press enter button”.
Press the enter button.
Step 1. Press
Step 2. Press
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PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS TO THE OPERATOR
The LAZER operator is supplied with one Wall console and one Two button remote control.
These are pre programmed to the operator by the manufacturer and are ready for use.
It is not necessary to programme them to the operator. The following instructions are to be
used only if any additional remotes are to be programmed.
Note: the operating range of the remotes is reduced in order to reduce the risk
of accidental operation of the door.
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Press the “SEL” (select) button THREE TIMES (or until the LCD screen reads “ press and
hold enter button to learn remote” )
Press and hold the “ENTER” button and press the remote button of the remote being programmed once.
Release the “ENTER” button.
The remote is now programmed to the operator.
Repeat the above steps for any additional remote to be programmed to the operator.
ERASING REMOTE CONTROLS FROM THE OPERATOR
Note: when erasing a remote control from the operator ALL remotes programmed onto
that operator will be erased. These can, however, be reprogrammed if the actual remote
is available.
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3.
Press the “SEL” button FOUR TIMES (or until the LCD screen reads “ press and hold enter
button to erase remotes”)
Press and hold the “ENTER” button for 3 seconds (the LCD screen will show a count
down)
All remotes are now erased from the operator.
OBSTACLE SENSING
The operator has built-in anti-crush detection software. This is to minimise injury or damage
should the door close onto a person or object.
If the door does close onto an object the software will detect the extra force and the door will stop
and then REOPEN automatically. If the door is opening and it hits an object, the door will STOP.
It must be noted that the operator may act in the same manner if the door becomes unbalanced or the spring tension is not set correctly.
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WALL CONSOLE
The programming of the wall console is carried out in the same way as the remotes.
The wall console only requires one button to be programmed, the other buttons will programme automatically at the same time.
The Wall Console has FOUR functions:
1. LOCKOUT: this function allows the door to be locked in any chosen position (open or
closed) and thereafter the door cannot be operated by any other remote control. Lockout is
used when the door must remain closed regardless of someone attempting to trigger the
door. Also used to ensure that the door stays open (e.g. when working near the door to avoid
the unintentional closing of the door). To disengage Lockout press the Lockout button on the
wall console or the SEL button on the operator. Note: if Lockout is active and a trigger is
received then the Courtesy Light will flash 4 times to indicate the Lockout status.
2. COURTESY LIGHT ON/OFF: this function allows for the courtesy light to be switched on
or off at any time. The light will switch off after 4 minutes.
3. NORMAL OPEN/CLOSE TRIGGER: this function allows for the door to be triggered open
or closed. This function will not work when the door is in holiday lockout.
4. PROGRAMMING THE OPERATOR: press the LOCKOUT and LIGHT buttons simultaneously. The LCD will read “program mode”. Press the TRIGGER button. .
LOCKOUT
OPEN & CLOSE TRIGGER
COURTESY LIGHT ON/OFF
CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL RECEIVER TO THE OPERATOR (OPTIONAL)
It is possible to connect an EXTERNAL receiver to the operator. See wiring diagram below:
EXTERNAL RECEIVER.
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24v
GND
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COM
NOTE : the layout of the connectors may differ on various brands
of receivers.
This diagram is a guide only.
NO
MAIN PCB / CONTROL CARD
24v
GND
MAG
LOCK
INF TRIG
POS
LAZER
MAG
GND
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A
GND
B
LASER PARK ASSIST (OPTIONAL)
The operator has a Laser Park Assist facility which is an optional extra feature and is unique to
the LAZER operator. This feature uses a laser light to assist with the parking of one’s vehicle
within the confines of a garage, a function traditionally filled by a tennis ball and string.
The laser is a Class 1 type: this means that it is safe to use and cannot emit a hazardous level of
optical radiation. The laser power output is 0.35 mw at 640-660 nm.
A laser can cause harm/damage to a person or equipment!
Always practice extreme caution and NEVER look directly into ANY laser beam as
this can cause eye injury
The laser will switch on when the door is fully open and will emit a bright red “spot” onto the vehicle. The laser will switch off after 4 minutes In the case of a double garage, two lasers can be installed. To set the laser to the correct position the vehicle has to be in the garage in the required
position. Now adjust the laser so that it shines onto a spot on the vehicle that can be clearly seen by
the driver. The driver then simply drives into the garage until the laser shines onto the same spot.
This ensures that the vehicle is parked in the same position every time.
NOTE: Laser Park Assist DOES NOT provide a substitute for safe parking practices.
Laser set to shine on
the dash of vehicle.
This can be set as
required.
WIRING THE LASER TO THE OPERATOR
Laser 1
Laser 2
White wire
to GND
This is the setup for a double
garage configuration. If setting
a single garage either A or B
can be used.
White wire
to GND
Brown wire to A
Brown wire to B
MAIN PCB / CONTROL CARD
24v
GND
MAG
LOCK
INF TRIG
POS
MAG
LAZER
GND
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A
GND
B
CONNECTING A MAGNETIC LOCK TO THE DOOR (OPTIONAL)
This operator has Magnetic Lock facility. Magnetic Locks are used to increase the security of a
door. For Roll-up doors the lock should be placed on the opposite side to the motor.
Magnetic lock position for Roll-up
MAGNETIC LOCK WIRING
Use a LIGHT LOCK board (this is an optional extra) to connect the magnetic lock to the
operator.
NOTE: magnetic locks must have a
separate power supply.
Do not use the operators power supply.
Magnetic
lock
Power
Supply
LIGHT LOCK PCB
+24v GND LIGHT TOGGLE LOCK
24v
GND
LIGHT LOCK
OUT
OUT
MAG
LOCK
INF TRIG
POS
MAG
LAZER
GND
MAIN PCB / CONTROL CARD
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A
GND
B
CONNECTING INFRARED SAFETY BEAMS (OPTIONAL)
This operator has Infrared Safety Beam facility. While Safety Beams are an optional extra it is
HIGHLY ADVISABLE that Infrared Safety Beams are connected in order to automatically stop the
door in the event of an obstruction being present in the door’s path while the door is closing.
NOTE: The Auto Close function will only activate once Infrared Safety Beams have been connected.
100-200mm
Place beams in line with
each other
Ensure that there are no
obstructions that will activate the
beams when the door is operated
Garage door—
1m
WIRING INFRARED SAFETY BEAMS
INFRARED SAFETY
BEAM RECEIVER PCB
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C
INFRARED SAFETY
BEAM TRANSMITTER
PCB
NC NO
+
24v
POS
MAG
AUTO
CLS
BUS
MAG
LOCK
GND INF TRIG
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Move the
‘jumper” to
the two lower
pins.
LAZER
GND
A
GND
ENTER
SEL
B
SETTING AUTO CLOSE TIME
The Auto close time delay can be set at anywhere between 20 and to 180 seconds.
1.
Ensure that the Infrared Safety Beams are connected and working.
2.
Move the jumper from the two upper pins to the two lower pins on the AUTO CLS connector. (As shown)
3.
Press the SEL button until the screen reads “PRESS ENTER BUTTON TO SET AUTOCLOSE”.
4.
Press the enter button until the chosen time delay for Auto Close is shown on the screen.
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The auto close is now set.
Note: After auto close has been selected the screen will read “AUTO-CLOSE ACTIVE” when
the door is open.
The courtesy light will flash for three seconds before the door closes, this is to warn of
the immanent door closure.
To remove auto close: press SEL button until the screen reads’ PRESS ENTER BUTTON TO
SET AUTO-CLOSE”. Move the jumper back to the two upper pins!
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LCD SCREEN MESSAGES
The LCD screen displays various messages, some of which provide instruction during the setup
processes and some are descriptive and self explanatory. This list provides a list of some of the
messages which require action to be taken by the user.
NOTE: In certain conditions the courtesy light will flash to draw attention to the
LCD message that is being displayed.
MESSAGE
MEANING
ACTION
Mains fail
The mains power is off . If battery
backup has been installed then the
operator will continue to function until
the battery goes flat.
Check plug, cable and mains power
supply to ensure that the supply is
resumed.
Remote battery low
The remote control battery power is
low
Change remote control battery.
Obstruction check rail, rollers &
rev counter
The door has encountered an obstruction or has jammed.
Check the path of the door for any
obstruction if not then call a qualified
door technician
Increase door spring force
The door is not balanced
Call a door technician to remedy the
fault before permanent damage occurs.
Decrease door spring force
The door is not balanced
Call a door technician to remedy the
fault before permanent damage occurs.
Lockout
The door is in lockout mode
When lockout it no longer required
press wall console button or SEL
button
Beams blocked
The infrared safety beams are obstructed or faulty.
Check for an obstruction between the
beams. If there are no safety beams in
place, check that the jumper is in place
on the PC Board / control card.
Service due
Based on the use of the door it is now
due a service.
Call a technician to service the door to
ensure optimum use of the operator.
Check spring force, door guide rails
etc. Technician must reset the counter
with his Digital Business Card and
check operator battery.
No rev pulses
Indicates an electronic fault
Call a technician
Low battery
Operator battery power is low.
Check mains power supply as per
“mains fail”.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Application:
Domestic
Maximum number of
operations:
20 per day
Input Voltage:
230V AC @ 50 HZ
Motor Voltage:
24 Volt DC
Lifting Force:
250N
Speed:
12.5cm / second
Maximum Door Size:
9m²
Battery (optional):
24 Volt DC
D.A.C.E prides themselves in providing quality and technologically advanced products. As
a result D.A.C.E reserves the right to make changes to their products without prior notice.
Images in the instruction manual may therefore differ from the actual product supplied.
WARRANTY
The warranty covers the original purchaser, at the point of sale.
Any warranty claim must be accompanied by the original invoice.
The original purchaser is responsible for checking that the equipment is free from any visible
defects before it leaves the point of sale.
The warranty period is 12 months from date of purchase.
The warranty is a “carry in“ warranty. No warranty claim will be entered into “on site”.
The equipment must be returned to the factory with the original invoice for any repair or
replacement. The transport cost is for the end users account.
If the equipment was purchased at a dealer, merchant or agent of D.A.C.E then the claim must
be directed to said supplier.
The warranty will not cover any of the following:
• Incorrect installation of the equipment.
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Incorrect wiring of the equipment.
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Lightning, flooding, power surges, fire or any form of abnormal use of the equipment.
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Any repairs carried out by a person not authorized by D.A.C.E.
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Any replacement parts used that are not authorized or tested by D.A.C.E.
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