Assembly instructions - Free-Instruction

Assembly instructions - Free-Instruction
Assembly instructions
Rev. 10/08 ENG
8500 SF
24V belt driven garage door opener
Kg
Max traction:
70 kg
max. 8 m2
Power;
230 V / 50 Hz
Gear
8-24 V dc
UK HELP-LINE:
0845 136 2012
Opening time
11-18 sec.
Mo-Fri: 0900-1900
Sat: 0900-1700
Sun:1000-1600
Counterweighted / projecting up and
max.
h 2,15 m
MADE
IN ITALY
Sectional door
Standard door
max.
h 2,15 m
Min.
5 cm
max.
h 2,30 m
over door*
*= requires extra accessory
canopy arm part #992012, not included
in the kit
CAUTION:
Only to be installed on well-balanced doors.
CAUTION:
Carefully read these mounting instructions before installation.
If you need further information, contact the manufacturer:
Allducks or UK Customer Support, HELP LINE:
UK HELP LINE: 08451362012
Allducks srl
via Alessandro Volta, 1
20060 Ornago (MI) Italy
Ph. +39/039/6010654
Fax +39/039/6011243
service@allducks.it
www.allducks.it
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Index
CHAPTER
CONTENTS
PAGE
WARNING
3-4
1.
Kit contents
5
2.
Technical specifications
5
Garage door types
6
3.1
3.
Standard non-projecting up-and-over door
6
3.2
Sectional door
6
3.3
Projecting up-and-over door
6
4.
Operating limits and installation scheme
7-9
5.
Assembly instructions
10-12
6.
Attachment instructions
13-14
7.
Manual release system
15
8.
230V power supply
16
9.
Remote control coding
17
10.
Power adjustment
17
11.
CTH29S electronic panel
18
12.
Setting the travel limits
19
13.
Automatic closing
20
14.
Maintenance
20
15.
Fast troubleshooting
20
16.
Warranty & customer support
21
17.
Replacement parts
21
18.
Optional accessories
21
19.
Declaration of conformity
22
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!
Very Important Safety WARNINGS
!
WARNING: This garage door opener has been designed and tested to offer safe service provided it is
installed, operated, maintained and tested in strict accordance with the instructions and warnings
contained in this manual.
Please read this instruction manual carefully before you proceed with installation of your garage door
opener, and make sure that the door's weight, dimensions and type are within the limits for this opener
model.
The structure of the door and the walls or pillars must be sound and stable.
Install the opener only on a properly balanced and lubricated garage door.
All repairs to cables, spring assemblies and other hardware must be made by a trained professional door
systems technician BEFORE the garage door opener is installed.
To prevent serious injury or death, always call a trained, certified door systems technician if the door
binds, sticks or is out of balance.
An unbalanced garage door may not reverse when required and could result in serious injury or
death!
Never try to loosen, move or adjust the garage door, door springs, cables pulleys, brackets or their
hardware, all of which are under EXTREME tension.
To avoid entanglement, disable all locks and remove all ropes connected to garage door before installing
and operating the garage door opener.
To prevent damage to the garage door and opener: Always disable the locks before installing and
operating the opener.
Never wear watches, rings or loose clothing while installing or servicing the opener. They could get
caught in the garage door opener mechanisms.
Place entrapment warning labels on the wall next to garage door control.
Place manual a release/safety reverse label in plain view on the inside of the garage door.
Upon completion of installation, test to make sure that your garage door opener is working correctly, and
test the safety system. The door must reverse when it contacts an object on the floor.
To prevent injuries:
Never leave children unsupervised near a garage door opener, whether moving, open, closed or
stopped.
Never permit children to play with the garage door opener's remote control buttons or transmitters, and
do not allow children to use them to operate the door opener. Always keep remote controls out of reach
of children.
Install wall-mounted garage door controls (optional) out of the reach of children and away from moving
parts of the door.
Activate the door only when it can be seen clearly, is properly adjusted and there are no obstructions to
door travel.
Always keep the garage door in sight until completely closed.
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Never permit anyone to cross the path of a closing garage door.
No one should go under a stopped, partially open garage door.
Always make sure you have connected the unlocking cable in order to
allow the garage door to be manually unlocked (from inside and out),
and operate it manually if there is a power failure or other problem.
To prevent damage, never leave cars, motorcycles or similar objects
under the garage door.
Without a properly working safety reversal system, people (particularly small children) can be
SERIOUSLY INJURED or KILLED by a closing garage door.
The safety reversal system could fail if the garage door opener is not correctly installed and if limit
switches are not adjusted to the correct positions.
Please check the instructions in this manual thoroughly and test after installation to verify power
adjustment and settings.
Incorrect adjustment of garage door travel limits will interfere with proper operation of the safety reversal
system.
Too much force on the garage door will interfere with proper operation of the safety reversal system.
Never increase force beyond minimum amount required to close the garage door.
Never use force adjustment to compensate for a binding or sticking garage door. After any adjustment is
made, the safety reversal system must be tested.
To prevent serious injury or death:
The head bracket must be rigidly fastened to a structural support on a header wall or ceiling.
To avoid serious injury from a falling garage door opener, fasten it securely to structural supports of the
garage.
Concrete anchors must be used when installing any brackets into masonry.
To prevent serious injury or death by electrocution:
Be sure the power is not connected BEFORE installing the door control.
NEVER connect the garage door opener to the power source until instructed to do so.
The garage door installation and wiring MUST be in compliance with all local electrical and building
codes.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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1. Kit contents
kit 8500SF
Complete gear 24V DC with CTR29S electronic panel, receiver and transformer
One rolling code, 2 radio transmitting channels at 433.92 MHz
Belt drive
270 cm iron “U” rail (3 x 90cm) with 2 connectors
Manual unlocking device from inside/outside
Mounting hardware (pre-assembled)
Mounting instructions
Figure 1
trolley
door
attachment
plate
unlocking lever
standard door brakets
Motor head
wall
fixing
plate
remote
control
#6203
Rolling
motor head fixing brackets
belt
tightener
pulley
belt securing plate
sectional door shaft #992014
BELT
“U” rail connector #830
unlocking
cable
“U” rail connector #830
“U” rail #829
“U” rail #829
“U” rail #829
2. Technical specifications
Power (Vac 50/60 Hz)
230V
Traction (N)
100
Power absorbed (W)
80
Toroidal transformer
105W
Protection Fuse
0,8A T
Radio frequency & coding
Speed ( m/sec.)
Operating temperature (°C min/max)
Courtesy light
Amperometrical safety system
Power adjustment
Travel limits
433,92 MHz rolling code
0,15
-10/+50
Yes, automatic
Yes
by adjustment screw
double limit switch
Automatic closing
Yes
Soft stop
Yes
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3. Garage door types
3.1 Non projecting up-and-over door
Figure 2
For installation on a non-projecting up-and-over
door, no extra accessories are needed.
Use the 2 standard door
brackets to connect the trolley
to the door.
trolley
standard door
brackets
3.2 Sectional door
Figure 3
For installation on a sectional door,
1 of the 2 supplied standard brackets must be replaced
by the supplied sectional door shaft #992014
trolley
standard door
bracket
Use 1 standard door bracket +
the sectional door shaft to
connect the trolley to the door.
sectional door shaft #992014
3.3 Projecting up-and-over door
Figure 4
For installation on a projecting up-and-over
door, the extra “canopy arm” accessory item
#992012* is required.
standard door
Use 1 standard door bracket +
trolley
bracket
the canopy arm #992012 to
connect the trolley to the door.
Canopy arm: Item #992012 must
be purchased separately.
CANOPY ARM
#992012
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4. Operating limits and installation
To attach the rail of the garage door opener, a minimum distance of 5 cm is required between ceiling and
door. And a minimum distance of 1 cm is required between rail and door (see Figure 6).
Rack containing the chain drive system
Figure 5
Power 230V - 50/60Hz
Distance: min.5 cm
Motor with electronic panel inside
Max. traction
force = 70 Kg
Unlocking system from outside
(must be connected to a handle).
Photo beams 1 pair (optional)*
*Photo beams are not included in the kit, but can be purchased separately as optional safety device.
Counterweighted /
projecting up-and-over door*
Sectional door
Standard door
max.
h 2,15 m
max.
h 2,30 m
max.
h 2,15 m
*= requires extra accessory
canopy arm part #992012
not included in the kit
Figure 6
rail
rail=3 cm
Min. 1 cm
Min. 5 cm
ceiling
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Installation scheme
Figure 7
Wall mount
(This zone must be strong and
reinforced with an iron plate if
necessary.)
MIN
.5
90 cm
cm
A
A=A
A
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Gear support
extra rail support
The gearbox must be attached to the
ceiling with the supplied parts “821”.
Rail parts “830” can additionally be
attached to the ceiling with a cable.
30 cm
90 cm
90 cm
Door mount
(This zone must be strong and
reinforced with an iron plate if
necessary.)
!
CAUTION:
To prevent injury from pinching, keep hands
and fingers away from the joints while
assembling the rail.
To avoid serious injury to fingers from
a moving garage door opener:
Always keep hands clear of sprocket while
operating opener.
Securely attach sprocket before operating.
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5. Assembly instructions
Step 1: “U” Rail assembly
Assemble the 3 elements of the rail (part #829) by fitting them into the 2 rail braces (part #830).
See Figures 8-10.
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
Step 2: Attaching the belt into the trolley and around the pulley.
The pulley and trolley are supplied pre-assembled:
Figure 11
Trolley
wall mount
attachment
plate
pulley
Belt securing plate
belt tightener
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Slide the belt through the trolley as shown in Figure 12 and then pass it around the pulley. Lock the belt
with the securing plate as shown in Figure 13-14.
WARNING: The securing plate must connect the belt in a specific position: on the side opposite to the
unlocking plug fixed on the trolley, and between the trolley and the pulley. The notch must face inward
(Figure 12).
Figure 12
Pulley
Belt
notch
trolley
facing inside
“U” rail
Belt securing plate
Figure 13
Figure 14
Step 3: Sliding the trolley with belt and pulley into the “U” rail
Slide the assembled belt, trolley and pulley into the assembled “U” rail.
Figure 15
Figure 16
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Step 4: Connecting the belt to the pulley on the motor
Turn the motor head, and take off the pulley cover. Slide the belt around the pulley (Figure 17).
Put the pulley cover on and attach it with the screws (Figure 18).
Insert the “U” rail into the plate through the guides until it stops (Figure 19-20).
Figure 17a
pulley cover
Figure 18
screw
pulley cover
Figure 17
screw
screw
pulley
Figure 20
Figure 19
rail
guides
guides
Figure 21
NOW your garage door opener is fully assembled and ready to be attached to the door.
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6. Attachment instructions
Step 5 Door jamb mount:
Position the pilot holes horizontally on the vertical centre line of the door.
Fasten the 828 bracket to the door jamb or wall by means of 2 bolts (not supplied) of the right size and
type for the structure.
Take and hold the opener to a horizontal position until it can be attached to the ceiling. (Figure 24).
Warning: the fastening area must be reinforced and structurally resistant.
Figure 22
Bracket 828
Figure 23
belt tightener
rail
Bolt
Figure 24
Step 6 Motor Head Mount:
Hanging the motor head
The hanging brackets must be attached to the motor plate and angled at 90° at the ends, as shown in
Figures 25-27. Then fasten the brackets to the ceiling.
The rail can be fastened to the ceiling through the holes in the rail braces, in order to prevent the rail
from warping. This is a useful solution especially when utilising accessory 992012 (up-and-over doors).
Figure 25
Figure 26
Figure 27
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Step 7 Attaching the door
Close the garage door.
The attachment plate 809 is supplied pre-assembled to the trolley by 2 brackets. These brackets are
supplied for installation on a STANDARD NON PROJECTING UP-AND-OVER DOOR.
1) Push the unlocking handle left to release it, and manually move the trolley (Figure 28).
2) Slide the trolley to the front and advance the brackets to find the right attachment position for plate
809. 3) If necessary, adjust the length of the brackets by sliding them one on another and fix the
appropriate holes.
4) Fasten plate 809 to the door by means of 2 bolts (not supplied) of the right size and type for your door
(Figure 30).
Warning: The fastening area must be reinforced and structurally resistant.
Figure 28
unlocking handle
Figure 29
Slide the trolley to the front.
Figure 31
Figure 30
standard door
brackets
door attachment
plate 809
door attachment
plate 809
WARNING: For installation on a sectional door
For installation on a sectional door, 1 of the 2 supplied standard brackets must be replaced by the supplied sectional door shaft #992014 as in Figure 32a.
(see also page 6 point 3.2)
trolley
Figure 32/A
standard door
bracket
Use 1 standard door bracket +
the sectional door shaft to
connect the trolley to the door.
sectional door shaft #992014
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Figure 32/B
WARNING:
For installation on a
projecting up-and-over door,
trolley
standard door bracket
an extra canopy arm (not supplied in the kit) is
required to connect the trolley to the door) as in Figure
32b.
Please see also page 6 point 3.3.
.
Please refer to the specific instruction manual supplied
with the canopy arm (purchased separately).
CANOPY ARM
# 992012
Step 8: belt tightener
Once the opener has been
installed, tighten the belt using
the belt tightener as shown in
Figure 33, so that the belt does
not swing excessively during
movement. Do not over tighten
the belt.
Figure 33
Turn the nut to tighten the belt.
7. Manual release system
An unlocking system is provided to unlock the trolley and move the door manually. Composed of an iron
cable and its sheath, it must be connected to the unlocking mechanism positioned on the trolley.
Pass the iron cable through the hole of the handle and slide it into the sheath (Figure 34). Then pass the
iron cable and sheath into the door attachment plate (Figure 36).
Attach the iron cable to the door handle, using the supplied cable compressor (Figures 37-38).
To unlock the door from inside or outside rotate the door handle counter clockwise (Figure 38).
To lock the trolley, move the door manually until the belt securing plate fits into the trolley again.
(This will happen automatically while the door is moving.)
WARNING: To control the door with your radio remote control, the trolley must be locked!
Figure 35
Figure 36
sheath
door
fixing
plate
Draw.34
sheath
iron
wrap
iron wrap
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Figure 38
Cable connection to manually unlock the door from inside
and outside.
Connect the cable to the handle. Turn the handle to unlock.
811
822
Figure 37
cable compressor
door
handle
8. 230V power supply wiring
!
Lift the motor cover (Figures 39-40).
Connect the 230 V 50/60 Hz input cable to the transformer terminal board (Figures 41, 42 and 43). A
fuse is mounted on the transformer to protect low voltage system (Figure 42).
We recommend using a cable compressor (not supplied) to attach the cable when passing it through the
motor plate (Figure 43).
Remember to check that the safety fuse is not blown, and if it is, replace it with a new one. When the
operation is finished, close the cover.
CAUTION: A high voltage supply must be connected by a
certified installer only! Working with 230V power is very
dangerous. Risk of serious injury or death!
Figure 39
Figure 40
cover
Figure 42
motor
transformer
electronic board
Figure 41
230V
Figure 43
230V
Protection FUSE
5x 20 mm 1AT fast
230
V
High voltage 230V
cable compressor
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9. Remote control coding (6203 rolling code)
Rolling code remote 6203/rolling transmits a unique “rolling code” (billions of continuously changing
combinations) at a frequency of 433 MHz. With 2 buttons, it has 3 transmission channels.
Channel 1 = push the "ON" button
Channel 2 = push the "OFF" button
Channel 3 = push the “ON” and “OFF" buttons simultaneously
To operate your gate, you must memorize the remote control code on the electronic panel.
WARNING: Make adjustments and settings only with the garage door in closed
position.
To store the remote control code in the opener's electronic panel:
The door must be closed and idle.
- Press button P1 on the electronic panel. The red LED is on.
- Release button P1 and immediately press the buttons of the remote control that you wish to use to
operate the opener. Hold the remote button down for about 4 seconds.
- the red LED on the electronic panel will blink rapidly.
Then it stays on for about 6 seconds before going off.
- Press the stored remote control button again, and the opener will begin to operate.
No more than 10 remote control codes can be stored in each electronic panel of the gate opener.
To erase codes from the control panel:
To deactivate any unwanted remote, first erase its memory from the electronic panel of your gate opener
as follows (all stored remote control codes will be deleted):
- The door must be closed and idle.
- Press button P1 for about 20 seconds until the red LED blinks..
- Then release P1.
- All remote control codes have been deleted. - Reprogram each remote you wish to use.
Maintenance: To change the battery, remove the screw on the back of the remote and open the covers.
Use a 12V type A23-5mA battery.
Figure 44
red LED
“ON”button
P1
“OFF”button
10. Power adjustment
The force can be adjusted by turning the force setting screw marked “POWER”.
It regulates the amount of power required to open and close the door.
Set the power according to your door weight and friction.
Press your remote control to operate the door in the down and in the up position to see if power is set
properly.
Turn RV1 counter clockwise to increase power. Turn RV1 clockwise Figure 45
POWER
to reduce power.
WARNING:
If the power is set too low,
the door will stop before reaching the open or closed position.
+
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11. CTH29S electronic panel
POWER TIME
LED P1
-
100
sec.
0
hibride receiver
+
Figure 46
halogen lamp
20V 24W
To travel limits
To transformer
To motor
0,5mm2 cable
0,5mm2 cable
0,5mm2 cable
0,5mm2 cable
0,5mm2 cable
0,5mm2 cable
0,5mm2 cable
Garden courtesy light
24V 10W max.
Flasher
External
antenna
START
+
+
-
C
Key switch
Photo beam
transmitter
WARNING:
!
!
If no photo beam is connected,
the bridge between outlets 4
and 5 must remain connected.
FTC
Photo beam
receiver
P1 = Press button to store or delete
remote control code.
LED = Red LED indicates storage or
deletion of remote control codes.
POWER = force adjustment screw:
Turn counter clockwise to increase
power. Turn clockwise to reduce power.
TIME = adjusting screw to set the
automatic closing timer adjustment
0-100 sec. Turn fully clockwise to set
the step-by-step function. Turn counter
clockwise to set the automatic closing
function to a maximum pause time of
100 sec.
1 = ANTENNA CABLE
2 = GROUND Antenna
3/5 = START
4/5 = Photo beam contact
6 = PHOTO BEAM POSITIVE
7 = PHOTO BEAM NEGATIVE
7/8 = flasher 24V 10W max
9/10 = extra courtesy light
13/14 = limit switch connector
15 (+) = motor blue cable connection
16 (-) = motor red cable connection
From transformer:
V0 black (= 0V);
V2 red (= 24V);
V1 yellow (= 12V)
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12. Setting the travel limits
Warning: To set travel limits, you must check that:
The electronic panel is on step-by step operating function =
“TIME” adjustment screw must be rotated clockwise all the way. See page 20;
Travel limits are the points at which the door will stop during each up or down operation. The 2 limit flags,
red and green, will stop the door movement when they come into contact with the limit switch.
Red Flag = closed door
Green Flag = open door
1) When the door is closed: Position the red flag to touch the limit switch (Figure 47).
2) When the door is open: Position the green flag to touch the limit switch (Figure 48).
To set the travel limits:
- Unlock the trolley (see page 15).
- Manually close the door.
- With the door is in closed position, unscrew the red flag slightly, move it, and position it to touch the
limit switch (the limit switch must be pressed by the red flag).
- Press your remote control to activate the opener. It will automatically relock the trolley while moving.
- While the door starts to open, unscrew the green flag slightly, move it, and when the door is in the
desired open position, tightly screw in the green flag to touch the limit switch (the limit switch must be
pressed by the green flag).
Red Flag
Limit
switch
Green Flag
Limit
switch
Figure 47
DOOR CLOSED:
when the door is in the
closed position, the red
flag must touch the
limit switch.
Trolley: When the
door is closed, the
shuttle is in the
front position.
Figure 48
DOOR OPEN:
When the door is in
the desired open
position, the green
flag must touch the
limit switch.
Trolley: When the
door is open, the
shuttle is in back
position.
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13. Automatic closing
Make adjustments and settings only with the garage door in closed position, and
make sure no object or person is in the operating zone.
To activate the door's automatic closing program, rotate the “TIME” adjustment screw counter clockwise
from 0 position, until the desired time pause interval is reached. The adjustment range is 0-100 sec. Your
door will automatically close after the programmed pause interval.
Position = 0 (adjustment screw completely rotated clockwise) will activate the step-by-step function =
opens - stops - closes.
A garage opener set in automatic closing function will not accept a remote control, keypad or key
switch impulse while in pause mode.
Figure 49
WARNING:
If you set the opener to the automatic close function, you
0
sec.
100
=step by step
sec.
increase the risk of injury to people or damage to objects!
In order to prevent damage, never allow any object or car to be left in your
door's movement zone. Never leave children unsupervised near the door if
TIME
you have set the automatic closing function. Allducks recommends using
the step by step function.
!
14. Maintenance
Courtesy light:
The courtesy light on the electronic panel can be replaced with the following model:
Halogen lamp 20V 24W
Remote control batteries:
The remote control batteries last about 2 years.
Batteries can be replaced with the following model:
12V type A23 - 5mA
Safety fuse:
In the event of short circuit, the safety fuse can be replaced with the following type: Fuse 5x20mm 1AT
fast (see Figure 40, page 14)
15. Troubleshooting
1) Opener does not operate.
- Check the electric power supply.
- Check the safety fuse and, if necessary, replace it.
- Check motor function by triggering it through the start contact. (See illustration.)
- Check that the remote control code is stored in the opener board (erase the entire memory first and
then store the code).
- The batteries could be discharged. Replace them.
2) The opener opens but does not close.
- If the photo beams are not connected, check that the bridge between outlets 4 and 5 is appropriately
connected.
- If the photo beams are connected, check their alignment and that they are clean both inside and out.
- Also check that no automatic closing function has been programmed. Should this be the case, the
system will not accept closing commands during pause time.
3) The system does not operate by remote control beyond a certain range.
- There may be interference in the air. An external aerial antenna is recommended.
4) The door does not close in the desired position.
- Check that there is no excessive friction at a specific door position. - Check the power level, and if
necessary increase it.
- Check the limit switch settings.
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16.Warranty & customer support
Allducks products are guaranteed for 12 months from the purchase date, for manufacturing or material defects. If repaired, the
product shall be returned to one of our authorised customer service centres. The authorised technical assistance centres are the
only facilities suitable to carry out warranty repairs. If you have a problem, or to reach the customer service offices of your country, please contact: Allducks Srl Via Alessandro Volta, 1 - 20060 Ornago (MI) ITALY Tel. +39/039/6010654
Fax +39/039/6011243 service@allducks.it / info@allducks.it www.allducks.it
Warranty conditions
1. The warranty is valid only with proof of purchase; no alteration or cancellation may be shown on the proof-of-purchase document.
2. Allducks is responsible only for repair or, at its own discretion, replacement of defective parts.
3. The product warranty shall immediately be void if the product has been modified or adapted to technical or safety norms different from those in force in the country for which the product was designed and manufactured.
No refund shall be provided for damages deriving from the above-mentioned modifications.
4. The warranty does not cover:
a) Routine checks, maintenance, repairs or replacement of worn-out parts.
b) Transport, handling or installation costs related to this product.
c) Improper use, operator error or incorrect installation.
d) Damage caused by fire, water, natural phenomena, storms, incorrect power supply, or any other cause beyond the manufacturer's control.
5. This warranty has no influence on the rights of the customer under applicable law, nor on the rights of the customer towards
the reseller deriving from the purchase contract.
If no national laws apply, this guarantee shall be the only safeguard for the customer, and neither the manufacturer nor his distributor shall be responsible for accidental or indirect damage to their own products deriving from the infringement of warranty conditions.
UK HELP-LINE: 0845 136 2012
Mo-Fri: 0900-1900 Sat: 0900-1700 Sun:1000-1600
17. Replacement parts
ATTACHMENT SET contents:
809
831
2 x812
834
8500T/ belt/ roll
RAIL SET contents: Complete
garage
830
motor head with electronic panel, motor
and transformer
829
2 x 821
828
829
830
829
835
810
832
BELT SET contents:
811
992014
R403 UE
transformer 230V
826
CTH29S
825/R117
belt pulley
complete motor
18. Optional accessories
Remote control
key switch
6203 rolling
SW5000 SW6500
radio key pad wide angle
mirror
SW7950
photo beam
SW7012
external antenna
with 5 m cable
6025/5
Flasher
SW7500
Canopy arm
992012
How to order replacement parts or optional accessories:
Please contact your local store or Allducks national customer service centre, or Allducks to get more
information on the services provided in your country. Note: Not all optional accessories or replacement
parts are available at local stores.
If your distributor does not have some accessories, please contact www.allducks.it
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19. CE declaration
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
WE
Allducks srl
Via Alessandro Volta,1
20060 Ornago (MB) ITALY
declare under our sole responsibility that the products listed below to which this declaration refers:
8500SF
Garage Door Opener
when installed, used and maintained according to all the manufacturer instructions on a garage door
which has also been installed correctly in accordance with all security and safety norms indicated by
the manufacturer, are in conformity to the applicable sections of standards:
EMC: EN61 000-6-2, EN61 000-6-3, EN301 489-3,
EMF: EN50366, EN50371
SAFETY: EN60335-1 4th ed., EN60335-1:2002, EN60335-2-1 03:2003
En60335-2-1 03,
EN60529;
EN60950-1; EN60947-5-1, EN60598-2-1
ETS300683,
EN5501 4-1, EN5501 4-2:2001
EN60555,
EN1 3241,
EN 6100-3-2; EN6100-3-3
EN1 2453:2000
EN1 2445
Following the provisions of EU Directives and all amendments:
89/392/EEC, 99/05/CE, 73/23/CEE, 89/336/EEC, ENC300 220-3
and all of their amendments.
Remote control 6203 rolling,
Certificate No.: CE 0681
FCC ID OLS1 37925764
The above-mentioned items are in compliance with RoHS rules.
July 2008
The Chairman A. Toutberidze
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6203/Rolling
Rolling coded remote control 433 Mhz
“OFF”button
“ON”button
The rolling code remote 6203/ transmits a unique “rolling code” (billions of continuously changing
combinations) on a frequency of 433 MHz. With 2 buttons, it has 3 transmission channels.
Channel 1 = press the ON button
Channel 2 = press the OFF button
Channel 3 = press the ON + OFF buttons together
To operate your DUCATI AUTOMATION opener with the 6203/rolling remote control, you must store
the remote control code into the memory of your device’s circuit board using the simple procedure
described in point A).
WARNING: Make adjustments and settings only with the garage door or gate in closed position.
A) To store the remote control code in the opener’s circuit board:
The door must be closed and idle.
- Press button P1 on the electronic panel. The red LED lights up.
- Release button P1 and immediately press the buttons of the remote control that you wish to use to
operate the opener. Hold the remote button down for about 4 seconds.
- The green LED on the electronic panel (red LED for garage door openers) will blink rapidly.
The red LED will go off after about 6 seconds.
- Press the stored remote control button again; the opener will begin to operate.
No more than 10 remote control codes can be stored on each of the opener’s electronic
panels.
B) To erase codes from the control panel:
To deactivate any unwanted remote, first erase its memory from the electronic panel of your garage
door opener as follows (all stored remote control codes will be deleted):
- The door must be closed and idle.
- Press button P1 for about 20 seconds until the red LED blinks.
- Then release P1.
- All remote control codes have been deleted.
- Reprogram each remote you wish to use.
Maintenance:
To change the battery, remove the screw on the back of the remote and open the cover. Use a 12V
type A23-5mA battery.
NOTE: Also refer to your device instruction manual for specific instructions or functions.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
WE
Allducks srl
Via Alessandro Volta,1
20060 Ornago (MB) ITALY
declare under our sole responsibility that the products listed below to which this declaration refers:
6203/rolling
Rolling coded Remote control 433Mhz
when installed, used and maintained according to all the manufacturer's instructions,
conform to the applicable sections of CE-EN standards and all of their amendments:
ETS 300 683
EN300 220-1
ETSIEN301 489-3
EN300 220-3
EMC: EN61 000-6-2, EN61 000-6-3, EN301 489-3,
Directive 99/05/EC
Remote control 6203/rolling,
Certificate No.: CE 0681
FCC ID OLS1 37925764
The items mentioned are in compliance with RoHS rules.
Territory of use:
For use in all listed CENELEC member countries as indicated in standard EN 60950.
July 2008
Chairman
A.Toutberidze
UK HELP-LINE:
0845 136 2012
Mo-Fri: 0900-1900
Sat: 0900-1700
Sun:1000-1600
Manufactured by:
Allducks srl
via Alessandro Volta, 1 20060 Ornago (MI) Italy Ph. +39/039/6010654 Fax +39/039/6011243
service@allducks.it www.allducks.it
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