D5/6 Series Doors
D5/6 Series Doors
MFZ Motor
Installation Manual
RollSeal
1733 County Road 68
Bremen, Alabama 35033
256-287-7000
Part No 4801-5155 Rev 10-2014
Owners Manual
D5/6 Series Doors MFZ
Table of Contents
Use of Equipment .......................................................................................................................................................... 3 1 Physical Description............................................................................................................................................... 3 2 Warnings (Avertissements) .................................................................................................................................... 4 Limited Warranty .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 3 Installation of D5/6 Series Doors ......................................................................................................................... 10 3.1 Tools Required.......................................................................................................................................... 10 3.2 Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 10 3.3 Adjusting the Door Framing or Clear Opening ........................................................................................ 10 3.4 Attachment Points of Door ....................................................................................................................... 11 3.5 Assembly of Parts ..................................................................................................................................... 12 3.6 Fastening Door Assembly to Clear Opening ............................................................................................ 13 4 Connecting electrical Power to D5/6 Series Doors - Refer to appropriate Operator Manual. ........................... 15 5 MFZ Motor ........................................................................................................................................................... 16 5.1 MFZ Motor and Control Unit ................................................................................................................... 17 6 MFZ Initial Set-up ................................................................................................................................................ 19 6.1 Setting the OPEN and CLOSED limits. .................................................................................................... 21 7 Safety Beams........................................................................................................................................................ 23 8 Changing Rotation Direction of 3 Phase MFZ Motor ........................................................................................... 24 8.1 Potentiometer Settings .............................................................................................................................. 24 8.2 Dip-Switch Positions ................................................................................................................................ 25 8.3 Servicing ................................................................................................................................................... 25 8.4 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................ 26 9 Manual Operations for the D5/6 Series with the MFZ Motor................................................................................ 27 10 Emergency Egress ................................................................................................................................................ 28 10.1 Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 28 10.2 Exiting (Opening) The Door ..................................................................................................................... 28 10.3 Resetting (Closing) The Door ................................................................................................................... 29 11 Egress Strap Removal/Re-Installation.................................................................................................................. 30 11.1 Removal .................................................................................................................................................... 30 11.2 Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 30 12 Door Panel Adjustments ...................................................................................................................................... 31 13 Removal of Existing Panel ................................................................................................................................... 32 14 Installation of Replacement Panel ........................................................................................................................ 32 15 Removing and Replacing Floating Magnets or Velcro ........................................................................................ 34 Page 2
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Use of Equipment
The D5/6 Series Doors are motorized curtain enclosures for environmental control, banana rooms,
docks/warehouses, car and truck washes, agricultural/horticultural, and coolers/freezers.
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Physical Description
 The D5/6 Series Doors are available with multiple features and options such as:
 Left/Right Mounting: The MFZ Motor and Manual Chain Hoist Operator can be mounted on the left or
right.
 The Operator Mounting Side must be selected at the time of order.
 Operator Options: Remote Receiver and Transmitters, Loop Detector, Motion Detector, Etc.
 Windows: 18” x 18”, 32” x 32” or 32” high with width varying by width of door panel.
 Fabric & Fabric Color: Frost, white, black, blue, red, tan, green, anti-static, and insect screen.
 Other accessories can be added such as a remote IR sensor, photo eye safety beams, ceiling pull switch,
lock-out switch, other various types of switches, and door status / movement indicators such as lights and
bells.
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Warnings (Avertissements)
! Warning!
Disconnect All Power Sources Before Installing This Equipment. Failure To Disconnect
Power Source Can Result In Property Damage, Serious Injury Or Death!
!! Warning!
Dangerous Rotating Machinery!
Keep Hands, Clothing, Etc. Clear When Operating!
Do Not Operate Without All Guards And Covers In Place!
! Warning!
All Wiring Should Be In Accordance with National Electrical Codes Or Other Local Codes.
!! Warning!
The Installer Is Responsible For Complying With All Relevant Regulations,
Such As National Wiring Regulations And Accident Prevention Regulations.
Particular Attention Must Be Given To The Cross-sectional Areas Of Conductors, The
Selection Of Fuses Or Other Protection, And Protective Earth/Ground Connections!
!! Warning!
The Voltages In The Power Cables And Certain Parts Of The Drive Can Result In Death.
Whenever The Drive Has Been Used, It Must Be Isolated And Disconnected
For 5 Minutes Before Any Work Commences.
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! Danger!
Only Qualified Electrical Personnel Familiar With The Construction And Operation Of This
Equipment And The Hazards Involved Should Install, Adjust, And/Or Service This Equipment.
Read And Understand This Manual In Its Entirety Before Proceeding.
Failure To Observe This Precaution Could Result In Severe Bodily Injury Or Death!
! Warning!
Item 4501-6312
(Warning Moving Door Label)
Supplied With Door,
MUST Be Installed
On Inside Of Cooler/Freezer
Beside Door Opening.
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
!! Warning!
To Reduce The Risk Of Severe Injury Or Death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Do not connect the door operator to the source of power until instructed to do so.
3. Locate the control station: (a) within sight of the door, (b) at a minimum height of 5 feet
so small children cannot reach it, and (c) away from all moving parts of the door.
Remove all ropes and remove or make inoperative all locks connected to the garage
door before installing opener.
4. For products having a manual release, instruct the end user on the operation of the
manual release. Where possible, install the door opener 7 feet or more above the floor.
For products having an emergency release, mount the emergency release within reach,
but at least 6 feet above the floor and avoiding contact with vehicles to avoid accidental
release.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
!! Warning!
To Reduce The Risk Of Severe Injury Or Death:
1.
2.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
Never let children operate or play with door controls. Keep the remote control (where provided) away
from children.
3. Personnel should keep away from a door in motion and keep the moving door in sight until it is
completely closed or opened. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING DOOR.
4. Test the door’s safety features at least once a month. After adjusting either the speed or the limit of
travel, retest the door operator’s safety features. Failure to adjust the operator properly may cause
severe injury or death. NEVER GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY OPEN DOOR.
5. For products having a manual release, if possible, use the manual release only when the door is
closed. Use caution when using this release when the door is open.
6. KEEP DOORS PROPERLY OPERATING AND BALANCED. See Door Manufacturer’s Owner’s
Manual. An improperly operating or balanced door can cause severe injury or death. Have trained
door systems technician make repairs to cables, spring assemblies, and other hardware.
7. Install the Entrapment Warning label next to the control button in a prominent location. Install the
Emergency Release Marking. Attach the marking on or next to the emergency release.
8. After installing the opener, the door must reverse when it contacts a 1-1/2 inch high object (or a 2 x 4
board laid flat) on the floor.
9. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
French Translated Warnings
! Avertissement!
Disjoindre fournissent de l'énergie tout les sources avant qu'installer cet équipement.
F|ailure| à disjoindre la source de pouvoir peut résulter dans dommage de propriété,
blessure sérieuse ou mort !
! ! Avertissement !
Mécanisme tournant dangereux !
Garder les mains, vêtissant, etcC|lear| quand fonctionner !
Ne fonctionnez pas sans toutes gardes et couvertures dans lieu !
!
Avertissement !
Tout montage sur fil de fer doit être selon codes électriques nationaux ou autres
indicatifs régionaux.
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! ! Avertissement !
L'Installer est responsable pour conformer avec tout règlement pertinent, telles que
règlement et règlement de prévention d'accident de montage sur fil de fer nationaux.
Pl'attention articulaire doit être donnée pour les aires sectionnelles transversales de
conducteurs, le choix d'elles fusées ou autre protection, et terre / prises de terre
protecteur !
!
Avertissement !
Les tensions dans le pouvoir câblent et certains parties de la promenade en voiture
peuvent résulter dans la mort. Wle |henever| la promenade en voiture a été utilisé il
doit être isolé et détaché pendant 5 procès avant que tout travail commence.
!
Danger !
Seulement familier électrique de personnel qualifié avec la construction et opération
de cet équipement et les hasards ont enveloppé devoir installer, arranger, et/ou - la
révision cet équipement. R|ead| et comprendre ce manuel en entier avant que
procéder. F|ailure| à observer cette précaution peut résulter dans dommage corporel
sévère ou mort !
!
Avertissement !
Point 4501-6312
(Avertissement Moving étiquette de porte)
Livré avec porte,
doit être installé à
l'intérieur du réfrigérateur / congélateur
côté Ouverture de la porte.
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LES INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION
IMPORTANTES
! AVERTISSEMENT!
À réduire le risque de blessure sévère ou mort:
1. LU ET SUIVENT TOUTES INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION.
2. Ne liez pas l'opérateur de porte per la source de pouvoir jusqu'à instruit faire ainsi.
3. Localisez la station de commande: (a) en vue de la porte, (b) à un minimum la hauteur de 5
pieds ainsi petit enfants ne peuvent pas l'atteindre, et (c) loin de tous parties en mouvement
de la porte.
4.
Pour produits ayant un délivrance manuelle, instruire l'utilisateur final sur l'opération de la
délivrance manuelle.
RÈGLEMENTS DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORTANTS
! AVERTISSEMENT!
À réduire le risque de blessure sévère ou mort:
1. LU ET SUIVENT TOUTES INSTRUCTIONS!
2. Jamais laisser fonctionner enfants ou mouvoir vivement avec les autorités de porte. Gardez la
télécommande (où a fourni) loin des enfants.
3. Le personnel devrait garder loin une porte dans mouvement et subsistance la porte en
mouvement dans vue jusqu'à est complètement fermé ou avoir ouvert. CES AUCUNS DOIVENT
CROISER LE CHEMIN D'UNE PORTE EN MOUVEMENT.
4. Éprouvez les traits de sécurité de la porte au moins une fois par mois. Après qu'arrangeant la
vitesse ou la fin de course, retest les traits de sécurité de l'opérateur de porte. Manque à
arranger l'opérateur correctement peut causer blessure sévère ou mort.
5. Pour produits ai manuel la délivrance, si possible, utiliser la délivrance manuelle seulement quand
la porte est fermée. Précaution d'utilisation à utiliser cette délivrance quand la porte est ouverte.
6. GARDER LES PORTES CORRECTEMENT QUI OPÈRE ET ÉQUILIBRÉ. Voir la porte fabricant
propriétaire manuel. Un improprement qui opère ou balancé porte peut causer blessure sévère
ou mort. Formez les technicien de systèmes de porte faitez les réparations per les câbles,
réunions de source, et autre quincaillerie.
7.
SAUVEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS.
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Limited Warranty
All products are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one
(1) year or 100,000 cycles, whichever occurs first, from the date of purchase if installed and used
in strict accordance with the installation instructions. Liability is limited to the sale price of any
products proved to be defective or, at manufacturers’ option, to the replacement of such products
upon their return. No products are to be returned to the manufacturer, until there is an inspection
and/or a return-goods authorization (RGA) number is issued.
All complaints should be directed first to the authorized distributor who sold the product. If
satisfaction is not obtained or the name of the distributor is not known, write the manufacturer that
appears below, directed to the attention of Customer Service Manager.
This limited warranty is expressly in lieu of any and all representations and warranties expressed
or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
The remedy set forth in this limited warranty shall be the exclusive remedy available to any person.
No person has authority to bind the manufacturer to any representation or warranty other than this
limited warranty. The manufacturer shall not be liable for any consequential damages resulting
from the use of our products or caused by any defect, failure or malfunction of our products. (Some
areas do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.)
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from area
to area.
Warrantor:
RollSeal
1733 County Road 68
Bremen, Al 35055
256-287-7000
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Installation of D5/6 Series Doors
3.1 Tools Required
3/8 in. (10 mm) Power screwdriver (portable)
3/16 in. (5 mm) Drill bit and power drill
3/8 x 1 in. Bolts and nuts (supplied)
Socket
Hammer
Tape measure
Carpenter's level
NOTE: Other Tools May Be Required According To Installation.
3.2 Overview
The D5/6 Series Doors are shipped with pre-assembled vertical members (left track and right track), and a
pre-assembled horizontal member (head unit). When components are received, check for damaged, loose or
missing parts. If there are damaged or missing parts contact your RollSeal distributor immediately. Please
read and understand all instructions in this manual before beginning installation.
3.3 Adjusting the Door Framing or Clear Opening
Read the value of height and width of the clear opening for the door size that you are installing. This gives
the required dimensions of the clear opening. If necessary, adjust the dimensions of the mounting posts or
framing members to the height and width of your D5/6 Series Door System as shown. Refer to Section 3.6,
page 13, Diagram 3C for details of attaching door to framing members. Framing material must provide
suitable support for attachment of screws. Make sure that mounting posts or framing members are positioned
so that the screw holes of the outer flanges of the vertical members will align with the mounting posts or
framing members.
NOTE: Make sure that there is space for appropriate motor, control box without encountering any
obstructions during installation.
NOTE: Allow 1' (30.4 cm) minimum, preferably 18" (45.7 cm) clearance above the Head Unit for future
panel maintenance or replacement.
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3.4 Attachment Points of Door
When sizing the clear opening for attachment of the door, pay close attention to the following guidelines.
Door flanges have pre-drilled holes that serve as mounting points of door.
Flange widths are shown in Diagram 3A.
1. Make sure that door assembly is plumb and square.
2. The top unit has a top flange and a bottom flange. Make sure these flanges overlap framing.
3. The vertical members have inner flanges and outer flanges. The outer flanges have pre-drilled holes that
serve as attachment points. Make sure the outer flanges overlap framing.
4. When door is raised in front of clear opening (Section 3.6, page 13, Diagram 3C), flanges must be flush
against framing for attachment of screws.
Diagram 3A
Section A-A
Framing
Member
Bottom View
Framing Members
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3.5 Assembly of Parts
Arrange the horizontal member, left vertical member (left track), and right vertical member (right track) on
the floor in front of the clear opening as shown in Diagram 3B. The curtain side of the horizontal member
and each vertical member faces down.
Diagram 3B
End of
horizontal
Member
A
B
On each end of the horizontal member is a
U-shaped plate that fits inside each
vertical member. The U-shaped plate has
four bolt holes, two on the inside and two
on the outside flanges that match bolt
holes in the vertical member. See diagram
at left.
1. Align the vertical member with the Ushaped metal plate at end of horizontal
member.
U-shaped
plate
3/8" x 1"
Bolts & nuts
Plate fits inside
vertical member
Slide vertical member
over U-shaped plate.
2. Slide the vertical member onto the
outside of the U-shaped metal plate of
the horizontal member as shown in A.
3. Insert bolts through bolt holes as shown
in B. Install nuts. Tighten bolts & nuts
securely.
Vertical
Member
Right vertical
member
---Clear Opening
At this end of members
Left vertical
member
Horizontal
member
Placement of Parts for Assembly
Lay left track, right track, and horizontal member
face down in front of the clear opening as shown.
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3.6 Fastening Door Assembly to Clear Opening
1.
Use a tape measure and make sure
that the overall height and overall
width of the clear opening meet the
requirements: Overall Height =
Height + 20.688 in. (52.55 cm),
Overall Width = Width + 16.4 in.
(41.66 cm).
2.
Make sure that door assembly is
plumb and square. See Diagram 3C.
The two diagonals must
be within 1/8 inch.
Verify Dimensions
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3. Center door assembly on clear opening.
Align the bottom of each vertical member
with the respective framing board or posts
of the clear opening.
NOTE: The vertical
members should be
aligned so that their outer
flanges will exactly
overlap with the framing
boards or posts when the
door assembly is raised
into position.
4. Assemble workers and
equipment into position on
each side of the door
assembly.
IMPORTANT: SLOWLY
LIFT TOP OF DOOR
ASSEMBLY TO RAISE
THE DOOR. See
Diagram 3D.
Drill 1/4"
Hole and
Install
Hammer Set
Anchors
5.
Lean door assembly
upright against
clear opening.
6.
Carefully press flanges of the door
assembly flush against faces of framing boards or posts.
7.
Fasten Tek screws (in steel) or lag screws (in wood) through the flanges on sides of door assembly.
Securely tighten all screws.
8.
On the lower and upper flanges of the horizontal member there are attachment points for fastening
screws. Fasten Tek screws (in steel) or lag screws (in wood) through the holes. This secures the top of
the door to the clear opening.
9.
Locate the two floor mounting holes at the bottom of the left and right tracks. See Diagram 3E.
10. Drill a 1/4" hole and install Hammer Set Anchors (1002-6030) in both right and left tracks. See
Diagram 3E.
11. This completes fastening of the door assembly to the clear opening.
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Connecting electrical Power to D5/6 Series Doors Refer to appropriate Operator Manual.
Limit Switches
There are two limit switches located within the horizontal member mechanism. See diagram below. These switches
are attached to levers that contact the curtain.
The Safety Switch is a fail-safe switch that stops the curtain in the unlikely event of malfunction of the home switch.
The Leading-Edge Switch is a switch that stops the curtain in the event of a doorway obstruction.
Leading Edge Switch
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MFZ Motor
Control unit KV1 (3 phase) basic control systems model, for automatic doors, gates and similar. The unit's control
logic is software based.
The safety circuits are connected directly in series with the motor control to ensure that no safety related function is
dependent in the mode of the program or the electronics.
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5.1 MFZ Motor and Control Unit
The usual basic settings, such as automatic closing time and some selections relevant to the set-up phase and
mode of operation are performed by potentiometers and DIP switches on a board.
P1-Adj. force to reverse
(Not Used in RollSeal
Applications
P2-Auto Close Delay
In seconds (2-125)
Dip Switches 1-6
Limit switches, a manual operation switch, motor thermal protection and the motor come connected to the
mechanism's control unit at delivery.
Thermal Switch Connection
(Located internally)
Manual Operation Switch
(Insert Crank –Disables Motor)
Motor
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The surplus limit switches can be used for selected functions, such as door position (i.e. Door OPEN or
CLOSED) or similar requirements.
Connections to these extra limit switches can be achieved directly with isolated flat connectors (red 0.5 –– 1.5
mm2, 4.8 x 0.8 mm), to either the opening or closing contacts. Only extra low voltage should be connected to
the additional limit switches.
Auxiliary or Surplus Limit Switches
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MFZ Initial Set-up
RollSeal Door with MFZ Motor
Auto Close Timer
Full CCW = off
2 -125 seconds
SW1, SW2 = On
SW4 = On for Single
Button operation
(Wire to open)
If SW1, SW2 = Off
Up/Down Buttons will
have to be held to engage
motor
(Great for setting limits)
Safety Switch
NC (Cuts power)
(Jump if not in use)
Jumper 230V
Jumper 400V
Auto Reverse
(Jump if not in use)
To Motor
Leading Edge
NC (auto reverse)
Common
Open NO
L1
Close NO
L2
Common
L3
Stop NC
N (For Wye)
Open Button
Ground
Close Button
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1.
Remove the motor cover, ensure the supply voltage jumper, as shown below, is moved to the correct
position for input facility voltage (400 3-Phase).
!! Warning!
Ensure power is dis-connected at the source
(i.e. Circuit Breaker) prior to wiring or servicing unit.
2.
Wire incoming power to L1, L2, L3 and Ground 3-Phase. N is used in 3-Phase WYE connection.
Ground Connection
Input Power Connection
(L1 and Neutral)
3.
4.
Voltage Jumper Selection
Ensure that required jumpers or peripheral devices are installed in all areas on the terminal strip connections
as shown below. Ensure jumpers are installed on the following if a particular function or device is not
going to be used: S. Door, if Safety Switch is not wired; Photo-cell, if safety beams not wired; Safety
Device, if leading edge is not wired; and Stop Push Button, if stop push button not wired.
Turn Potentiometers (CCW) and Dip Switches 1-6 (OFF).
Note: Jumper wires on Photo-cell & Stop Push Button. However, Safety and Leading Edge
Switches have replaced their respective jumpers.
Potentiometers
(CCW)
S-Door =
Safety Switch
Dip Switches 1-6
(OFF)
Photo-cell
Jumper
Stop Push
Button Jumper
Safety Device =
Leading Edge Switch
Note: If you will be wiring safety beams from RollSeal, you will be required to have a relay for
proper operation.
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6.1
Setting the OPEN and CLOSED limits.
1.
Insert the manual crank handle into the bottom of the motor and crank the door (CCW) down until
the fabric panel is 1-2 feet below the head unit.
Insert Manual
Crank And
Rotate Counter
Clockwise
2.
Locate the OPEN (Green) and CLOSE (White) limit switches, loosen their applicable Allen head
screws.
NOTE: Safety limit switch, if applicable, (RED) can be used as a stop limit for opening and closing.
Although in RollSeal applications we typically use our own Safety Switch mounted on the
door.
Open Limit
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Closed Limit
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Auxiliary or Surplus
Limit Switch
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Proceed to set the OPEN and CLOSE limits of the door.
3. Apply power to the motor (Turn ON breaker).
4. Press and hold the OPEN button, as shown below and open the door to the desired open position.
Open Button
Close Button
NOTE: If the door goes in the wrong direction, you will have to REVERSE the direction using procedures that will
be explained in Section 8, page 24 for a 3-phase motor. Proceed to next step if direction is correct.
5.
After opening the door to desired position, rotate the OPEN limit (green) cam until the Switch is
activated and tighten the shaft set screw down.
6.
Check the setting of the OPEN limit (green) cam.
7.
Drive the door first in the closing direction and then in the opening direction, checking the correct
setting of the open limit. Adjust as necessary to activate switch.
NOTE: There is a “FINE ADJ.” screw that may be used to dial in the limit you desire after you
tighten the main adj. screw. You may have to move the door up and down with the
buttons to dial in the limit.
4 CAM Diagram
Shaft Set Screw
Fine Adjustment
Set
OPEN Limit Cam
(GREEN)
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CLOSED Limit Cam
(WHITE)
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6 CAM Diagram
Shaft Set Screw
Fine Adjustment
Set
OPEN Limit Cam
(GREEN)
Safety Limits
(Red) If used
CLOSED Limit Cam
(WHITE)
8.
9.
Repeat steps 1-6, explained above, to set the CLOSED limits (WHITE).
Return Dip switches 1 and 2 to the desired operation. OFF for constant pressure to operate door or
ON for momentary pressure to operate the door.
10. Re-install the motor cover.
!! Warning!
Run the door several times to ensure proper setting of the limits and proper operation
of all desired functions and safety devices.
7
Safety Beams
The MFZovitor uses normally closed contacts for the safety device. Also, the motor can supply 24VDC. Use an
appropriate device and refer to the device's manual and the MFZ wiring diagram for installation. After installation
test the door and safety device to insure proper function.
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Changing Rotation Direction of 3 Phase MFZ Motor
!! Warning!
Danger Of Personal Injury Altering The Rotation Direction of 3 Phase Motor!
When Installing For The First Time, The 3 Phase Motor Direction May Be Incorrect,
And The Phase Sequence Must Be Inverted
!! Warning!
Before Changing The Rotation Direction Of A Three Phase Motor
Make Sure The Power Is Disconnected. Rotation Direction Can Then Be Changed By
Swapping 2 Of The Input Power Wires (I.E. L1 And L3 As Indicated In Diagram)
SEE DIAGRAM OF CHANGING 3-PHASE.
Changing 3 Phase
BEFORE
Blue
Red
AFTER
Black
Black
Red
Blue
P1
8.1 Potentiometer Settings
P1 allows adjustment of the minimum force to reverse
a closing door. Turn clockwise to increase sensitivity.
Turn fully CCW to disable.
The door can be set to close automatically. The timer
for opening is set using potentiometer P2; the time
range is linear, 2-125 seconds. If automatic closing is
not used, turn fully CCW to disable. Automatic
closing can also be disabled temporarily. E.g. to keep
the door open in summertime. To do this, press STOP
button for more than 5 seconds while the door is open.
After this, the door must be closed using the close
button, next time, automatic closing will take place as
normal.
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8.2 Dip-Switch Positions
Switch
Function
1
Impulse open/Momentary pressure to operate door (ON)/dead man mode/constant pressure to
operate door (OFF)
2
Impulse close/Momentary pressure to operate door (ON)/dead man mode/constant pressure to
operate door (OFF)
3
Force recognition Off (OFF)
4
1-button control (Opens a closed door, closes an open door or switches the direction of a
closing door) (ON)
5
The closed limit is set approximately 50 mm from the floor; the door continues over the limit
and stops after receiving a signal from the safety edge; if no signal is received, the control
closes the door for a fixed time.
6
Electric safety edge.
8.3 Servicing
The actual control unit including its components is an electro mechanical and electronic device, which does not
normally require servicing. The tight enclosure of the device stops dirt and dust from penetrating the actual
unit. In conditions where vibration is present, it may be necessary to check the tightness of terminal block
connections e.g. when servicing the operator and the door.
The lenses of photocells used as safety devices and any mirrors must, depending on circumstances, be cleaned
regularly to ensure a faultless functioning of the door.
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8.4 Troubleshooting
Make sure the settings described in the instruction manual have been made according to the type and operating
method of the door in question, and that the peripherals have been connected according to the diagrams to the
connectors reserved for them.
Check that the green led "POWER" is on in the circuit card, showing that the 24 VDC control voltage is
present.
Make sure that the malfunction is not due to any errors discussed above in the instruction manual.
Description of LED Codes
CODE
PWR LED
(GREEN)
STOP LED
(RED)
SAFETY FAIL
LED (YELLOW)
SPEED/RUNT
LED (YELLOW)
Fixed Light
Power On
Stop or Emergency
Stop activated
Safety Edge or
Photo active when
CLOSE pushbutton active. NO
close
Speed control and
adaptive runtime
not learned
1 Flash
Not possible
Not in use
Safety Edge failure
Adaptive learn
time learned,
Speed control not
learned
2 Flashes
Not possible
Not in use
Not in use
Door stopped by
cause of runtime
3 Flashes
Not possible
Not in use
EPROM failure
Door stopped
because of
runtime error
4 Flashes
Not possible
Not in use
Not in use
Speed Control
wear failure
5 Flashes
Not possible
Not in use
Not in use
Tacho fail.
Missing pulse
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Manual Operations for the D5/6 Series with the MFZ Motor
Operation Instructions
The D5/6 Series Door can be operated manually in the event of a power outage or if there is a motor malfunction.
To operate the door manually, perform the following instructions.
Manual Operation:
Crank Handle
Attaches Here
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10 Emergency Egress
The Emergency Egress feature provides a simple and convenient means of exiting a Roll Seal D5 Door from the
inside of the structure should the door motor become inoperative due to a power failure or other conditions.
10.1 Installation
Install the two Strap Retainers (1040-8400) to the left or right side outside of door jamb as shown below. For
a wood framed door jambs use two #10 x1 screws (1004-1386). For a metal framed door jamb use two
#8x1/2 Tek screws (1004-2492). See Diagram 10A.
Diagram 10A
Diagram 10B
Install the
Emergency Egress
Tool Retainers on
the door jam
PRES S
TO
RELE A SE
Diagram 10C
10.2 Exiting (Opening) The Door
1.
2.
3.
Remove Emergency Egress Tool from the
retainers on the side of the door.
Connect the hook end of the tool to the DRing on the top of the door frame. See
Diagram 10B.
Pull down on the Egress Strap. The Door
will raise approximately half way up. The
door will open enough for a person to exit
the structure. See Diagram 10C.
.
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10.3 Resetting (Closing) The Door
After the RollSeal D5 Door is opened by using the Emergency Egress Strap, the door must be carefully
re-set to ensure proper operation in the future.
!
CAUTION!
When the Cam Buckle is released, the door will rapidly close unless tension is held on the strap.
Keep fingers away from buckle while closing.
1.
Firmly hold strap. See Diagram 10D.
2.
Press the Cam Buckle Release. See Diagram 10E.
3.
Gradually feed strap through Cam Buckle until door is closed at bottom.
4.
Return Emergency Egress Tool to retainers for future use.
5.
Cycle the door up and down in normal operating mode to ensure proper re-setting of the door.
Adjust if necessary. Door should now function normally.
Diagram 10D
Diagram 10E
Press the
Cam
Buckle
Release
Firmly
hold
strap.
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11 Egress Strap Removal/Re-Installation
11.1 Removal
1. Locate the door controller and turn off the power switch on the left side of the controller.
2. Remove the door’s head unit cover.
3. Place the door in the JOG mode by holding the Up and down arrows on the controller at the same time
until you see “JOG” in the controller’s display.
! Warning!
Watch the panel closely while you are slowly jogging/rolling the curtain up on the drive shaft.
Stop when you see the area where the long egress strap is connected to the
short egress piece attached to a triangle panel. This should bring the
strap and connection point, right to the top for easy access.
Failure to stop can cause curtain to reverse direction and damage door components.
4. Find the area where 2 loops are attached with a quick-link, unscrew the quick-link that attaches the long
yellow strap loop to the yellow loop of the triangle piece. Make sure not to drop the weight into the door.
5. Access the inside area of the cooler/freezer box through the door opening. If the strap is hanging inside,
unhook and remove the gold buckle and the damaged yellow strap (top center of door) from the door
11.2 Installation
1. Locate the door controller and turn off the power switch on the left side of the controller.
2. Remove the door head unit cover if it has not been removed previously.
3. Un-roll the yellow egress strap with attached gold buckle.
NOTE: Insert the strap through the hole in the center of the door, near the top, where
original strap was traveling down inside the curtain and replace the old gold
buckle with the new one.
4. Proceed to the outside area and locate the roller assembly at the top center of the door where the original
strap came into the curtain area from the inside cooler/freezer area. Use anything with some stiffness
(banding material) and feed the stiff item through the roller and down through the slot located in the inside
cooler/freezer area and tape or tie it to the small loop (not the D-ring) of the yellow strap. Then gently
pull it through the hole and roller assembly at the top/center of the door.
5. Ensure the yellow strap is not twisted. Place the counter weight onto the yellow strap.
6. Attach the new strap (small loop) that you just pulled into the curtain area to the (small loop) strap on the
traingle piece of panel using the quick-link.
7. Attach the gold buckle to the door frame.
8. With the controller still in JOG mode, use the down arrow to lower the door to the floor. Exit JOG mode
by holding the Up and Down arrows on the controller at the same time until you see “---” in the display of
the controller.
9. Press Open on the 2 button switch. The door should open, timeout, and close. If it does, run it open and
close several times. If it works well then go to step 10. If not, notify tech support of the manufacturer.
10. Re-attach the cover.
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12 Door Panel Adjustments
During normal operation, the tension pipes should run in close proximity of each other. The clearance between the
tension pipes should normally be between 1/4 to 1/2 (6.35 mm - 12.7 mm). See Detail 3 below. There are two
situations pertaining to the tension pipes that may cause problems with door operation. If the tension pipes are too
far apart, the tension pipes will not repel each other. This causes poor contact between the hook & loop or
magnets. On the other hand, if the tension pipes are riding one another (i.e. touching one another), the door panel
material does not flow evenly, thus leaving wrinkles in the panel instead of a stretched, smooth & even appearance.
Adjustment Procedures
The clearance between the tension pipes can be adjusted by raising or lowering the door panels. Each door has three
panels: (1) the inside panel (panel facing the inside of building) is attached to the back plate. (2) The center panel is
attached to the roller. (3) The outside panel (facing the outside of building) is attached to the front bar. Adjustments
are made to the inside panel and/or the outside panel.
NOTE: The door must be in the closed position for panel adjustments. Ensure the
panels are not damaged while removing or reinstalling the nuts and screws.
To adjust the height of the outside tension pipe, raise or lower the outside door panel by detaching the panel hook &
loop from the front bar, and raising or lowering the panel. Then re-attach the panel loop to the hook on the front bar.
Be sure to keep the tension pipe level during this procedure.
To adjust the height of the inside tension pipe, raise or lower the inside door panel by detaching the panel hook &
loop from the back plate, and raising or lowering panel. Then re-attach the panel loop to the hook on back plate. Be
sure to keep tension pipe level during this procedure. Install Tek screws through the panel material and into the
back plate to securely hold the material in place.
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13 Removal of Existing Panel
1. Lower the panel to the floor.
2. Locate the door controller and turn off the power.
3. Remove and lower the cover from the door head unit.
4. Locate the 3 fabric sheets that make up the entire door curtain. See Diagram 14A, Detail 2, Page 33. The
center panel has a hook & loop strip across the top. The center panel does not have magnets or hook & loop
strips on the sides. The inside and outside panels have hook & loop strips at the top, and magnets or hook &
loop strips along the sides of the panels. The outside panel may be identified as the longer of the two panels.
5. Mark the end of each sheet and along the edge of each sheet with a marker. This will prove vital to ensure
you install the new panel sheets at the proper locations to alleviate major curtain adjustment.
6. Remove the 3 screws from each sheet (front, center, and back). See Diagram 14A, Detail 2, Page 33. Detach
the hook & loop area of each sheet left to right, starting with front, then center, and then back sheets. Let the
panel/curtain fall to the floor.
NOTE: If the door is equipped with an egress assembly you will see the yellow egress
strap attached to a triangle piece of material with a quick-link connector. If it does
not have this strap, read the notes below and proceed to next step 8.
7. UN-screw the quick-link connector and allow the panel to lower to the floor.
NOTE: Observe how the tension pipes are installed before removal. They MUST be reinstalled first, with one pipe in the front/outer pocket (closest to outside of the cooler)
and the other pipe in the back/inside pocket. Locate the back pipe behind the
triangle piece that is attached to the yellow strap. The front/outer pipe will always
hang lower than the back/inside pipe.
NOTE: Failure to install properly could result in door sticking up.
8.
Slide the 2 tension pipes out of their respective pockets. Remove the panel/curtain away from the door. You are
now ready to install the new panel/curtain.
14 Installation of Replacement Panel
1.
Place the new panel in front of the door opening and make sure the part number label is on the left side.
NOTE: If door is equipped with egress system yellow strap ensure that the strap is
positioned to the front side of the back/inside panel to allow connection to the triangle
piece of material with the quick-link connector.
2.
Take the back/inside curtain (Diagram 14A, Detail 1 & 2, Page 33) and attach the material to the
backplate placing material on the marks that were created during removal of old panel.
3.
After the inside curtain has been attached, attach the egress strap (if equipped) to the triangle piece of
material with the quick link connector.
4.
Take the outside curtain (Diagram 14A, Detail 1 & 2, Page 33) and attach to the top bar.
NOTE: Ensure all roller switches (home, safety and leading edge) are pointing down.
5.
After the curtain has been secured, install the bottom pipes in the curtain as shown in Diagram 14A, Detail
3, Page 33. The front pipe should be installed first. Then the back pipe is placed in front of inside panel but
behind the yellow strap and triangle piece of material. It should be above the front pipe
6.
Ensure all panels are inside the tracks on both sides. Set the controller to JOG mode by holding both arrows
at the same time until you see “JOG” on the display. JOG up and down, using up and down arrows to
straighten the panel. Exit JOG mode by holding both arrows at the same time. Run the door as normal.
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Curtain Installation
Main Drive
Roller
Center
Curtain
Inside
Curtain
Center
Curtain
Inside
Curtain
Outside
Curtain
Detail 1
Outside
Curtain
Pan head
Screw
Hook &
Loop
Strip
Bottom Bars
Detail 3
Hook &
Loop
Strip
Inside
Curtain
Hook & Loop
Strip
Outside Curtain
Center Curtain
Detail 2
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15 Removing and Replacing Floating Magnets or Velcro
1.
Open the door to its upper limit. It will be necessary to raise the panel as high as it will go into the head unit.
Refer to manual operation of associated operator as shown previously in this manual. This will make it easier
for you to remove and re-install the “Floating Magnets or Velcro and PIM Plate Assemblies” from the left and
right side tracks (Diagram 15A).
Ensure panel is
raised into the head
unit.
Diagram 15A
!
Warning!
Ensure power is turned “OFF” to prevent door movement while removing
PIM Plate Assembly and Floating!
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2.
After you have raised the panel into the head unit, you can remove all of the PIM Plate nuts from both sides.
Then remove the PIM plate and floating assemblies from their associated tracks (Diagram 15B and Diagram
15C).
Remove
all the PIM
nuts from
top to
bottom
Squeeze the
floating
around the
PIM Plate and
pull the PIM
plate
assembly and
floating out
away from the
track
assembly.
Diagram 15B
Diagram 15C
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3.
Lay the PIM plate assembly down on the floor and remove the old floating material from the PIM plate.
Pay particular attention to the top of the PIM plate assembly. You will notice the material, at the top, has
been cut at an angle. It will be necessary to re-install the new piece in the same arrangement as the one you
have removed (Diagram 15D and Diagram 15E). Get the new piece of floating material. Flip the new
piece upside down with the magnets or Velcro toward the floor. Align the pre-drilled holes of the material
with the PIM bolts on the PIM plate assembly. You might find it easier to start at one end with the first PIM
bolt, insert it, and then move to the other end slightly lifting the PIM plate in a bend to insert the PIM bolt
at that end (Diagram 15F). Lay the assembly back down on the floor flat. This will slightly pull the
material allowing the remaining holes to align properly. Proceed to insert the rest of the PIM bolts in their
proper holes. Repeat the same steps for installing the floating to PIM plate for the other side.
Diagram 15D
Remove the “old” floating
and discard. Re-install the
“new” floating
Lay the new floating next to the
PIM plate with top of floating
(Angled Cut) material to top of
PIM plate. Flip the floating
over the PIM Plate with
magnets or Velcro against the
floor then attach the floating
over the PIM Plate Bolts
Diagram 15E
Re-install the
“new” floating. It
may be necessary
to bend one end of
the PIM plate up to
attach onto the
end PIM bolt.
Diagram 15F
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4.
Grab and hold the PIM plate assembly and floating in a manner that will prevent the floating material from
coming off of the PIM bolts. Re-install the PIM plate assembly in the track starting with the top PIM bolt.
Align the PIM bolts with the holes in the track (Diagram 15G). Firmly press the PIM bolts into their associated
holes and attach the PIM nuts to the PIM bolts but do not tighten until all bolts have been installed. After all of
the PIM bolts have been installed, tighten the nuts pulling the PIM plate firmly against the track (Diagram
15H).
Squeeze the
floating around
the PIM Plate
and push the top
in the track
assembly first.
Align all PIM
bolts with holes
in the track
assembly
After all of the
PIM bolts have
been installed,
tighten the nuts
pulling the PIM
plate firmly
against the track
Diagram 15G
Diagram 15H
!
Warning!
Do not over tighten!
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5.
Repeat steps 1-4 above for opposite side.
6.
It will be necessary to lower the panel, down, out
the head unit (Diagram 15I). Refer to manual
operation of associated operator as shown
previously in this manual. This will lower the panel
below the upper limits and turn off the safety switch
to allow normal operation.
7.
OPEN” and “CLOSE” the door several times to
ensure smooth operation and proper setting of upper
and lower limits
Diagram 15I
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