starg8 24 - King Gates

starg8 24 - King Gates
STARG8 24
EN Control unit for 24V motor for sliding gates, or for one or two 24V
motors for swinging gate
Installation and use instructions and warnings
STARG8 24 BOX
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Contents
1. Product description
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1.1 - Commissioning
1
1.2 - Main features
1
1.3 - Control unit technical features
1
2. Wiring
2
2.1 - STARG8 24 power connection
2
2.2 - STARG8 24 XL power connection
3
2.3 - STARG8 24 Accessories wiring connection of a typical system4
2.4 - STARG8 24 power connection 5
3. Control unit settings
6
3.1 - Dip-switch adjustment
6
3.2 - Trimmer adjustment
7
4. Transmitter programming
8
4.1 - Start button programming
8
4.2 - Pedestrian opening button programming
8
4.3 - Total deletion of memorised transmitters
9
4.4 - Deleting a single transmitter
9
4.5 - Remote transmitter programming
9
5. Programming the gate path
10
5.1 - Basic programming of the automation’s movement 10
5.2 - Programming the pedestrian opening width
11
5.3 - Advanced programming of the automation’s movement
12
6. Testing and commissioning
13
7. LED signalling
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7.1 - Input status signalling led
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7.2 - Error signalling led14
8. Devices connectable to the PCB
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8.1 - Transformer
15
8.2 - Warning light
15
8.3 - Motors
15
8.4 - AUX contact
15
8.5 - Safety devices 15
8.6 - 24 VDC accessory power
17
8.7 - Open gate pilot light
17
8.8 - Limit switches
17
8.9 - Wired commands
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8.10 - Antenna
17
8.11 - Back-up battery / Energy saving
17
9. Troubleshooting
18
10. Advanced programming - Index
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Note: the control unit is equipped with advanced programming features which are not required for commissioning the system but rather
for configuring advanced functions (par. 10).
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1. Product description
1.1 - Commissioning
To start-up the system, the following steps must be carried out:
1 -Connect the power supply, compatible gearmotors (see Par graph
3.1, dip 1 and 2 setting) and desired accessories as indicated in
Paragraph 2.
2 -Set the dip switches (par. 3.1) and trimmers (par. 3.2) according
to the desired typs of operation and the system’s structural configuration.
3 -Memorise the transmitters (Paragraph 4).
4 -Programme the basic gate path (Paragraph 5) so that the control
unit learns the manoeuvre’s start and end points.
5 -Perform the checks described in the “Testing and commissioning”
paragraph (Paragraph 6).
If, after completing these steps, the control unit should
malfunction, consult Paragraph 7, “Status signalling LEDs”, to
identify any anomalies, and Paragraph 9, “Troubleshooting”,
to attempt to solve them.
- Possibility of powering 24VDC accessories (Paragraph 8.6).
- Input for gate status pilot light signalling the position of the leaves
(Paragraph 8.7).
- Input for external antenna that can be used for increasing the
range of the transmitters (Paragraph 8.10).
- Staggered closing of gate leaves adjustable through the trimmer
(Paragraph 3.2).
- Pause time for automatic re-closing adjustable to between 0 and
180 sec. with trimmer (Paragraph 3.2).
- Obstacle sensitivity adjustment with trimmer (Paragraph 3.2).
- Motor force adjustment with trimmer (Paragraph 3.2).
- Incorporated radio receiver (433.92MHz), compatible with KingGates rolling transmitters.
- 6 signalling LEDs (Paragraph 7).
- Slow-speed opening and closing (customisable through dedicated
programming).
1.3 - Technical features of the
control unit
1.2 - Main features
Mains power supply*
230 Vac ±10%, 50 - 60 Hz
- Automated access command for 1 or 2 24V motors.
Motor power supply
The dip switches can be used to configure the control unit in relation to the operator.
24V DC 280W and 10A peak
motor
Warning light power supply
24V max 15W
Gate pilot lamp power supply
24Vdc max 10 W
Accessories’ power supply
(photocells...)
24 Vdc max 10 W
Radio receiver frequency
433.920 MHz
This output can also be used to control courtesy lights (Paragraph 13).
Storable remote controls
170
- Double NC input for opening and closing limit switch (Paragraph 8.8).
Radio antenna input
RG58
- Inputs for start, stop and pedestrian opening wired commands,
customisable to open, stop and close (Paragraph 8.9).
Operating temperature
-20 ÷ 50 °C
- Flasher control with/without integrated intermittency function (Paragraph 8.2).
- Integrated management for electric locks 24V max. 15VA (Paragraph 8.4).
- Double input for safety devices: “PHO1” during closing and “PHO2”
during closing and/or opening (Paragraph 8.5).
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2. Wiring
2.1 - StarG8 24 power connection
230V 50Hz MAINS
POWER SUPPLY
Line fuses (already
series connected)
Transformer*
(already series
connected)
230V
CABLE: 3X1,5mm²
(max. distance 30m)
0V
(12V)
24V
MOTOR 1
(gate leaf that opens first)
CABLE 2X1,5mm²
MOTOR 2
(gate leaf that opens second)
CABLE 2X1,5mm²
VH
VL
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MOT 2 MOT 1
HAZ
AUX
PH 01
PH 02
GND
+ VA
GS I
OL 1
CL 1
GND
OL 2
CL 2
STR
GND
STP
PED
GND
* The control unit can also be configured for operating with 110V,
50/60 Hz power supply.
In this case, make sure to:
-a transformer with 110V primary winding and 0-12-24 secondary
winding;
-the 7A line fuse.
LEAF 1 / MOTOR 1
(gate leaf that opens first)
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LEAF 2 / MOTOR 2
(gate leaf that opens second)
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2.2 - StarG8 24 XL power connection
230V 50Hz MAINS
POWER SUPPLY
Line fuses (already
series connected)
Transformer*
(already series
connected)
230V
0V
CABLE: 3X1,5mm²
(max. distance 30m)
24V
Voltage rectifier
(already series
connected)
MOTOR 1
(gate leaf that opens first)
CABLE 2X1,5mm²
VH
VL
VRE F
MOT 1
HAZ
AUX
PH 01
PH 02
GND
+ VA
GS I
OL 1
CL 1
GND
OL 2
CL 2
STR
GND
STP
PED
GND
* The control unit can also be configured for operating with 110V,
50/60 Hz power supply.
In this case, make sure to:
-a transformer with 110V primary winding and 0-12-24 secondary
winding;
-the 7A line fuse.
ANT
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
LEAF 1 / MOTOR 1
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2.3 - StarG8 24 Accessories wiring connection of a typical system
Line fuses (already
series connected)
230V 50Hz MAINS
POWER SUPPLY
Transformer*
(already series
connected)
230V
CABLE: 3X1,5mm²
(max. distance 30m)
WARNING LIGHT
Idea 24 Plus
OV
(12V)
24V
12
LAMP CABLE: 2X0.5 mm2 (max. distance 20 m)
ANTENNA CABLE: RG58 (max. recommended distance 5m)
OPENING PHASE
SAFETY DEVICE
series “Bar” edge
CABLE: 2x0,5mm² (max. distance 30m)
CLOSING PHASE SAFETY DEVICE
series “Viky 30” photocells
RX CABLE: 3x0,5mm² (max. distance 30m)
TX CABLE: 2x0,5mm² (max. distance 30m)
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Cavo 2X1,5mm²
MOT 2 MOT 1
VH
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MOTORE 2
(anta che apre per seconda)
VL
RX
Cavo 2X1,5mm²
VRE F
TX
MOTORE 1
(anta che apre per prima)
HAZ
NC
AUX
1
PH 01
PH 02
GND
+ VA
GS I
OPEN GATE PILOT LIGHT
24V max 3W
CABLE: 2x0,5mm² (max. distance 50m)
OL 1
CL 1
GND
OL 2
CL 2
STR
(already series
connected)
GND
STP
PED
GND
ANT
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
OPEN OPEN
KEY SELECTOR
Series“Click30” key selector
CABLE: 2x0,5mm² (max. distance 50m)
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* The control unit can also be configured for operating with
110V, 50/60 Hz power supply.
In this case, make sure to:
-a transformer with 110V primary winding and 0-12-24 secondary winding;
-the 7A line fuse.
If you want to work the opening photocells instead of closing, connect the wire “1” terminal “PHO2” and put the DIP5 ON.
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2.4 - StarG8 24 Accessories wiring connection
Warning light
(Paragraph 8.2)
Safety device
contacts
(Paragraph 8.5)
24V power supply/
gate pilot lamp
(Paragraphs 8.6/8.7)
Micro-switch
limit switch
(Paragraph 8.8)
Wired commands
(Paragraph 8.9)
Antenna
(Paragraph 8.10)
[1]
HAZ
[2]
+VA
Default: electric lock 12Vdc max. 15W [3]
(output configurable as courtesy light
enable, see par. 13) [4]
Closing: normally closed contact PHO1 [5]
PH 01
Opening: normally closed contact PHO2 [6]
PH 02
COMMON of terminals 5-6-8-9 [7]
GND
Nominal power 24 VDC [8]
+ VA
Positive gate PILOT LIGHT (24 VDC, max 3W) [9]
Opening limit switch motor 1 [10]
GS I
OL 1
Closing limit switch motor 1 [11]
CL 1
Common of terminals 10-11-13-14 [12]
GND
Opening limit switch motor 2 [13]
Closing limit switch motor 2 [14]
NB: if safety devices are connected
to the “PHO1” (terminal 5), “PHO2”
(terminal 6) or “STOP” (terminal 1)
inputs, the contact must be clean,
i.e. voltage-free, and the relative
bridge must be removed.
If you connect multiple devices to a
single contact, they must
be connected in series
AUX
AUX contact /
electric lock
(Paragraph 8.4)
24Vdc max.15W warning light
VH
VRE F
VL
MOT2 MOT1
NB: in the sliding gate model, the
limit switches are supplied wired
and phased (in the sense of the
opening and closing direction).
NB: if no micro-switch limit switches
are used, leave the relevant terminals free.
OL 2
NB: if any devices are connected
to the “START” (terminal 15) or
“PED”(terminal 18) inputs, the supplied contacts must be clean
(voltage free). If you connect multiple
devices to a single contact, they
must be connected in parallel.
CL 2
START normally open contact [15]
COMMON of terminals 15-17-18 [16]
GND
STOP normally closed contact [17]
ST P
PEDESTRIAN N.O. contact [18]
PED
Antenna sheath [19]
GND
Antenna signal [20]
ANT
ST R
NB: if you connect an externa
antenna wire connected as
standard must be removed.
DELAY
PAUSE
OBSTACLE
POWER
ON
DI P
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
COMPANY FUNCTION: if, with the automation closed, the START contact is pressed and held closed (for example, through
a timer-controlled or bistable relay), the control unit opens the gate and the automation does not accept closing commands
(neither automatic nor wired) until the contact is reopened. In this mode, dip3 STEP is usually set to OFF and dip 4 AUTO to ON,
to ensure that the gate never remains locked open.
* The control unit can also be configured for operating with 110V, 50/60 Hz power supply. In this case, make sure to:
- a transformer with 110V primary winding and 0-12-24 secondary winding;
- the 7A line fuse.
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3. Control unit setting
3.1 - Dip-switch adjustment
2
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
1
DIP
DIP SWITCHES
(Paragraph 3.1)
DIP-SWITCH status
DIP 1-2 ON ON
MOTOR ON OFF
Description of operation
Connected gearmotors: swinging series “Jet 24V”, “Linear 24V”, “Intro 24-400” or “Couper24”
Connected gearmotors: “Modus” series swing gate
OFF ON
Connected gearmotor: sliding series “Dynamos 24V”
OFF OFF
Connected gearmotor: swinging series “Minimodus”
DIP 3
STEP
ON
Step-by-step command mode: Open / Stop / Close / Stop
OFF
Command mode: opening only, if automatic closing is activated
DIP 4
AUTO
ON
Automatic closing activated (time set with the “Pause” trimmer)
OFF
Automatic closing deactivated
DIP 5
PHO2
ON
Safety devices connected to “PHO2” set as photocells (movement stopped during opening and
closing)
OFF
Safety devices connected to “PHO2” set as edges (reverse of opening movement)
DIP 6
HAZ
ON
Intermittent warning light power supply
OFF
Fixed warning light power supply
DIP 7
FAST
ON
Immediate re-closing after intervention of “PHO1” photocells
DIP 8
FUNC
OFF
No intervention of the photocells during re-closing
SWINGING
(see DIP 1-2)
ON
Ram function enabled
OFF
Ram function disabled
SLIDING
(see DIP 1-2)
ON
Reverse opening direction (the system must be programmed afterwards)
OFF
Reverse opening direction (the system must be programmed afterwards)
A variation of DIP 1-2 “MOTOR” and DIP 8 “FUNC” (if the
control unit is set to sliding gate) will not become effective
until a new gate path is programmed (Paragraph 5).
DIP1-2 “MOTOR”:
Set DIP 1 and 2 in relation to the connected gearmotor. Depending
on the selected gearmotor, the control unit may set backjumps at
the end of the gate’s travel and vary the power supply to the motors.
DIP3 “STEP”:
If the dip-switch is put to ON, the step-by-step operating mode is
activated. At every start pulse (wired or via transmitter), the control
unit performs an action. Starts the motor if the automation system is
stopped, and stops it if it is moving. If the “STEP” dip-switch is put
to OFF, the OPEN FULLY/PAUSE/CLOSE FULLY/STOP operating
mode is activated (apartment block). The control unit only accepts
commands (either wired or via transmitter) for the opening phase.
Starts again from zero with the set delay when the automation system is open. With the automation in the opening phase, it continues
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to open, and with the system in the closing phase it reopens fully.
The automation can re-close with the time set through the “PAUSE”
trimmer, if the “AUTO” dip-switch is set to ON. If not, it is necessary
to give a START command (either wired or via transmitter) with the
automation fully open.
DIP4 “AUTO”:
If the dip-switch is put to ON, the automatic re-closing function is
activated. The control unit automatically closes the leaves after the
time set through the “PAUSE” trimmer (see Paragraph 3.2). If the
“AUTO” dip-switch is put to OFF, the automatic re-closing function
is deactivated. To close the leaves, therefore, a command must be
given (either wired or via transmitter).
DIP5 “PHO2”:
If the dip-switch is put to ON, the safety devices for the opening
phase (see Paragraph 8.6) are set as photocells: they intervene during both the opening and closing phases, by locking the movement
of the leaves and resuming the movement once they are released.
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If the “PHO2” dip-switch is put to OFF, the safety devices for the
opening phase (see Paragraph 8.6) are set as edges: they intervene
only during the opening phase by inverting the movement (thus closing the gate fully). The safety devices for the closing phase do not
intervene.
DIP6 “HAZ”:
If the dip-switch is put to ON, the warning light is powered (terminals
1, 2) in the intermittent mode. If the “HAZ” dip switch is set to OFF,
power to the flasher is constant (terminals 1 and 2).
DIP7 “FAST”:
If the “FAST” dip-switch is put to ON, the rapid re-closing function
is activated. This mode closes the gate as soon as the control unit
sees that the photocells (if any) connected to the “PHO1” input are
obscured and cleared (regardless of any other settings). Therefore,
leaving (or entering from) the gate causes the automation to immediately re-close without waiting for the pause time.
DIP8 “FUNC”:
SWING GATE (DIP1/2= ON ON / ON OFF/ OFF OFF)
If the “FUNC” dip switch is set to ON this activates the ram function,
which is advisable if an electric lock is installed (see par. 8.5). This delivers a transient voltage peak at the start of the opening stroke and
the end of the closing stroke to overcome the resistance of the pawl.
If the “FUNC” dip switch is set to OFF the ram function is disabled.
SLIDING GATE (DIP1/2= OFF/ON)
Changing the position of the “FUNC” dip switch changes the opening stroke direction. This is read only at the beginning of basic or
advanced programming.
If the “FAST” dip-switch is put to OFF, the rapid re-closing function
deactivates.
3.2 - Trimmer adjustment
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MAX
TRIMMER
DELAY
PAUSA
OBSTACLE
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
POWER
Trimmer
Description
POWER
Power: adjustment of motor power. Turning the trimmer clockwise increases the motor’s power.
To validate the modification it is necessary to programme the gate path..
OBS
Obstacle, sensitivity to obstacles: adjustment of the obstacle detection function. Turning the trimmer clockwise
increases the drive time before obstacle detection (less sensitivity). Therefore, in systems with particularly unfavourable mechanical conditions, it is advisable to keep the drive time high.
PAUSE
Pause time before automatic gate closing. Turning the trimmer clockwise increases the pause time from 0 to
180 seconds. Please note: the AUTO dip-switch must be put to ON.
DELAY
Staggered closing of the gate leaves: In case of two connected motors, it adjusts the staggering of the leaves.
Turning the trimmer clockwise increases the stagger time from 0 seconds until complete staggering.
Varying the “POWER” trimmer has no effect until the stroke is reprogrammed (par. 5).
In normal operation, if the “delay” trimmer is set to too low a value (not “zero”: the gate sections must be offset to prevent
them overlapping) and section 1 arrives before section 2, the control unit will automatically open the gate slightly and the close
the sections in the correct order (anti-overlapping mechanism).
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4. Transmitter programming
START
START
RADIO
RADIO
SET
SET
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
Start button
ERROR
ERROR
STOP
STOP
PHOTO
PHOTO
4
Set button
Radio button
The transmitters to be programmed must be of the “Stylo4K” or “Stylo2K” series by
King Gates. See adjacent pictures.
If, at the start of the following procedures, the “set”, “radio” and “start” LEDs flash,
it means that the programming protections have been activated – see Paragraph 16.1.
To interrupt the following programming procedures at any time, press the SET and
RADIO buttons simultaneously or wait 10 seconds
4.1 - Start button programming
“Stylo4K”
“Stylo2K”
This procedure allows for programming the button of the radio control linked to the automation’s start function.
1. PRESS THE RADIO BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
2. PRESS THE DESIRED BUTTON
OF ALL THE TRANSMITTERS
TO BE PROGRAMMED
3. PRESS THE SET AND RADIO
BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY OR
WAIT 10 SECONDS TO EXIT THE
PROCEDURE
The red “radio” LED turns on in the fixed
mode (if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The red “radio” LED flashes
The red “radio” LED turns off
4.2 - Pedestrian opening button programming
This procedure allows for programming the button of the radio control linked to the automation’s partial opening. The broadness of the pedestrian opening can be customised through the procedure described in Paragraph 5.2.
1. PRESS THE RADIO BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
2. PRESS THE START BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
3. PRESS THE DESIRED BUTTON
OF ALL THE TRANSMITTERS
TO BE PROGRAMMED
The red “radio” LED turns on in the fixed
mode (if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The red “radio” LED remains lit in fixed mode and
the green “start” LED turns on in fixed mode
The red “radio” LED flashes and the
green “start” LED turns on in fixed mode
4. PRESS THE SET AND RADIO
BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY
OR WAIT 10 SECONDS TO EXIT
THE PROCEDURE
The red “radio” LED and the green
“start” LED turn off
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4.3 - Total deletion of memorised transmitters
This operation deletes all memorised transmitters
1. PRESS THE RADIO
BUTTON FOR 4 SECONDS
2. PRESS THE RADIO
BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
3. MEMORY DELETION COMPLETED
The red “radio” LED flashes
(if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The red “radio” LED flashes fast
The red “radio” LED turns off
4.4 - Deleting a single transmitter
This operation deletes a single transmitter from the memory.
1. PRESS THE RADIO
BUTTON
FOR 4 SECONDS
2. PRESS THE SET
BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
3. PRESS A BUTTON ON THE
TRANSMITTER YOU WISH TO
CANCEL
The red “radio” LED flashes
(if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The red “radio” LED flashes and the
yellow “set” LED turns on in fixed mode
The red “radio” LED flashes and the
yellow “set” LED flashes
4. PRESS THE SET AND RADIO
BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY OR
WAIT 10 SECONDS TO EXIT THE
PROCEDURE
The red “radio” LED and the
yellow“set” LED turn off
4.5 - Remote transmitter programming
This procedure enables you to program a new transmitter (“Stylo2K” or “Stylo4K”) without accessing the control unit, but keeping close to it.
To run the procedure you will require a previously programmed transmitter, to copy its functions.
ON A PREVIOUSLY
PROGRAMMED
TRANSMITTER, HOLD
DOWN BUTTONS 1 AND 2
TOGETHER FOR 4 SECONDS
ON THE TRANSMITTER
YOU WANT TO PROGRAM,
HOLD DOWN BUTTONS 1
AND 2
TOGETHER FOR 4 SECONDS
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5. Programming the gate path
5
Start button
SET
START
RADIO
STOP
ERROR
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1 2 3 4 5 6 78
DIP 1 e 2
PHOTO
Trimmer
Power
Set button
Radio button
To start the system up, one of the following programming procedures must be carried out:
-basic programming of the automation’s movement: self-learning of the manoeuvre times and of the slowdown start points.
-advanced programming of the automation’s movement: self-learning of the manoeuvre times and manual setting of the slowdown start
points.
The procedure for programming the partial opening is used to modify the default opening value.
If, at the start of the following procedures, the “set”, “radio” and “start” LEDs flash, it means that the programming protection has been activated – see Paragraph 16.1.
To interrupt the following programming sequences at any time, press the SET and RADIO buttons simultaneously or wait
10 seconds.
5.1 - Basic programming of the automation’s movement
Through this procedure, the control unit memorises the times and power required for opening and closing the system. In the case of automations for double-leaf gates, the control unit causes the full opening and closing of one gate leaf at a time. The slowdown points are automatically set to 85% of the opening and closing path.
Prior to proceeding with the programming procedure, verify that dip-switches 1 and 2 have been correctly set.
DIP
DIP-SWITCH status
DIP 1-2 ON ON
MOTOR ON OFF
Description of operation
Connected gearmotors: swinging series “Jet 24V”, “Linear 24V”, “Intro 24-400” or “Couper24”
Connected gearmotors: “Modus” series swing gate
OFF ON
Connected gearmotor: sliding series “Dynamos 24V”
OFF OFF
Connected gearmotor: swinging series “Minimodus”
2. PRESS THE SET BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
3. PRESS THE SET
FOR 1 SECOND
The yellow “set” LED flashes
(if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The yellow “set” LED turns on
in the fixed mode
6. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS
A FULL OPENING MOVEMENT
5. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS
A FULL CLOSING MOVEMENT
4. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS
A PARTIAL OPENING MOVEMENT*
The yellow “set” LED stays on
in the fixed mode
The yellow “set” LED stays on
in the fixed mode
The yellow “set” LED stays on
in the fixed mode
7. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS
A FULL CLOSING MOVEMENT
8. END OF THE PROGRAMMING
PROCEDURE
The yellow “set” LED turns off
The LEDs return to the normal
operation configuration
1. MOVE THE GATE INTO ITS
INTERMEDIATE POSITION
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CAUTION! - if the automation starts a closing stroke instead of an opening stroke, proceed as follows:
1. quit programming by pressing SET and RADIO at the same time:
for SWING GATE MOTORS: swap the motor phases (terminals MOT1, MOT2) and the inputs of any limit switches (terminals
10-11, 13-14) for SLIDING GATE MOTORS: change the setting of DIP8, see par. 3.1
2. reprogram the stroke from point 1.
If the operator does not recognise the mechanical stops even with the OBS trimmer set to its minimum, you can select the
open and closed points during programming by pressing the “SET” button at the end of points 5, 6 and 7. If the gate has two
sections, use the “SET” button for both sections.
5.2 - Programming the pedestrian opening width
This procedure allows for defining the width of the pedestrian opening.
Default: it is set as fully open of MOTOR 1 for swing gate motors and 30% of the stroke for sliding gate motors (see dip-switches 1 and 2 for
setting the motor type).
To control the pedestrian opening, it is necessary to either programme a radio control button (see Paragraph 4.2) or connect a wired control
device on the “PED” contact (see Paragraph 2.2).
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LEAF 1
(gate leaf that opens first, by default
the motor is connected to
the “MOTOR 1”)
LEAF 2
(gate leaf that opens second, by default
the motor is connected
to the “MOTOR 2”)
Prior to proceeding with this programming procedure, first verify whether either the “basic automation movement programming” or the “advanced programming” have been completed.
2. PRESS THE SET
BUTTON
FOR 2 SECONDS
3. PRESS THE START
BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
The yellow “set” LED flashes
(if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The yellow “set” LED turns on
in the fixed mode
6. PRESS THE START BUTTON OR A
PROGRAMMED TRANSMITTER
BUTTON
5. THE CONTROL UNIT STARTS TO
OPEN THE LEAF
4. PRESS THE START BUTTON OR
A PROGRAMMED TRANSMITTER
BUTTON
The yellow “set” LED stays on
in the fixed mode
The yellow “set” LED stays on
in the fixed mode
The yellow “set” LED stays on
in the fixed mode
7. THE CONTROL UNIT STOPS THE
MANOEUVRE AND CAUSES THE
GATE LEAF TO CLOSE FULLY
8. END OF THE PROGRAMMING
PROCEDURE
The yellow “set” LED turns off
The LEDs return to the normal
operation configuration
1. MOVE THE GATE SECTION/S TO
ITS/THEIR FULLY CLOSED POSITION
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5.3 - Advanced programming of the automation’s movement
With this procedure, the control unit memorises the times and power required for opening and closing the system.
Moreover, this procedure allows for setting:
- start point of gate deceleration area or its deletion
- reverse direction of travel
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LEAF 1
LEAF 2
(gate leaf that opens first, by
default the motor is connected
to the “MOTOR 1”)
(gate leaf that opens second, by
default the motor is connected
to the “MOTOR 2”)
Prior to proceeding with the programming procedure, verify that dip-switches 1 and 2 have been correctly set.
Once programming is complete, the reverse motor direction settings will remain in force until the control unit is reset or
professionally reprogrammed.
DIP
DIP-SWITCH status
DIP 1-2 ON ON
MOTOR ON OFF
Description of operation
Connected gearmotors: swinging series “Jet 24V”, “Linear 24V”, “Intro 24-400” or “Couper24”
Connected gearmotors: “Modus” series swing gate
OFF ON
Connected gearmotor: sliding series “Dynamos 24V”
OFF OFF
Connected gearmotor: swinging series “Minimodus”
1. PUT THE GATE LEAF/LEAVES
IN THE INTERMEDIATE
POSITION
2. PRESS THE SET BUTTON
FOR 2 SECONDS
3. PRESS THE RADIO BUTTON
FOR 1 SECOND
The yellow “set” LED flashes
(if not, consult Paragraph 16.1)
The yellow “set” LED turns on
in the fixed mode
4. THE CONTROL UNIT PARTLY OPENS
THE GATE
The yellow “set” LED flashes
7. PRESS THE
SET BUTTON OR
A PROGRAMMED TRANSMITTER
BUTTON
6. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS A
FULL CLOSING MOVEMENT
5. THE CONTROL UNIT WAITS FOR THE
MOTORS TO CHANGE THE DIRECTION
OF THEIR OPENING MOVEMENT FOR
8 SECONDS (SEE TABLE A)
OR PRESS SET
TO PROCEED
The yellow “set” LED stays on
The yellow “set” LED stays on
The yellow “set” LED flashes
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8. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS THE OPENING
MOVEMENT
9. FOR SLOWING DOWN THE OPENING PHASE, DURING THE MOVEMENT PRESS THE
SET BUTTON OR A PROGRAMMED TRANSMITTER BUTTON TO SET THE SLOWDOWN
START POINT. ALTERNATIVELY, WAIT UNTIL THE MOVEMENT HAS BEEN COMPLETED
The yellow “set” LED stays on
The yellow “set” LED stays on
12. THE CONTROL UNIT PERFORMS
A FULL CLOSING MOVEMENT
11. PRESS THE SET
BUTTON OR A PROGRAMMED
TRANSMITTER BUTTON
10. THE CONTROL UNIT COMPLETES
THE OPENING PHASE
The yellow “set” LED stays on
The yellow “set” LED stays on
The yellow “set” LED stays on
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13. FOR SLOWING DOWN THE CLOSING PHASE, DURING THE MOVEMENT
PRESS THE SET BUTTON OR A PROGRAMMED TRANSMITTER BUTTON FOR
SETTING THE SLOWDOWN START POINT. ALTERNATIVELY, WAIT UNTIL THE
MOVEMENT HAS BEEN COMPLETED
14. THE CONTROL UNIT COMPLETES
THE CLOSING PHASE
The yellow “set” LED stays on in the fixed mode
The yellow “set” LED turns off
In the event of motors for hinged leaf (see DIP1 and DIP2 setting), the
control unit will open and close one leaf at a time.
15. END OF THE PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
If the “POWER” trimmer is varied, the gate path must be reprogrammed.
If the operator does not recognise the mechanical stops even with the
OBS trimmer set to its minimum, you can select the open and closed points
during programming by pressing the “SET” button at the end of points 6, 9
and 13. In the event of two gate leaves, use the “SET” button for both leaves.
The LEDs return to the normal operation
configuration
TABLE A
Procedure 1: REVERSING THE DIRECTION OF THE GATE SECTION 1 OPENING STROKE
1. PRESS THE RADIO
BUTTON
FOR 3 SECONDS
2. LEAF 1 MOVES
TO VERIFY
THAT THE MOTOR OPENS
3. THE CONTROL UNIT
RETURNS TO STAND-BY MODE
FOR 8 SECONDS
(Point 5 of the programming sequence)
The yellow “set” LED flashes
fast
The yellow “set” LED flashes
The yellow “set” LED flashes
Procedure 2: REVERSING THE DIRECTION OF THE GATE SECTION 2 OPENING STROKE
1. PRESS THE START
BUTTON
FOR 3 SECONDS
2. LEAF 2 MOVES
TO VERIFY
THAT THE MOTOR OPENS
3. THE CONTROL UNIT
RETURNS TO STAND-BY MODE
FOR 8 SECONDS
(Point 5 of the programming sequence)
The yellow “set” LED flashes
fast
The yellow “set” LED flashes
The yellow “set” LED flashes
6. Testing and commissioning
Once the programming sequence has been completed, verify that:
- the motors switch off after a few seconds once the opening or closing phases end;
- the control unit responds to any and all wired commands: “START” (terminal 15), pedestrian opening (terminal 18) and “STOP” (terminal 17);
- the control unit responds to any programmed radio controls;
- the safety devices connected to“PHO1” (terminal 5) intervene while the gate closes and prevent the open gate from closing;
- the safety devices connected to“PHO2” (terminal 6) intervene while the gate opens and prevent the closed gate from opening;
If the “PHO2” dip-switch is put to ON, check that they intervene also when the gate closes and that they prevent the open gate from closing.
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7. LED signalling
SET
START
RADIO
STOP
PHOTO
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
1 2 3 4 5 6 78
ERROR
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With the control unit powered up (if control unit protection is not activated) the yellow Set led flashes for 5 seconds and, if everything is correctly hooked up, the red “Photo” and “Stop” leds turn on to indicate that the two safety contacts are closed.
The yellow Set LED is exclusively reserved for programming.
7.1 - Input status signalling LEDs
The following signals refer to the control unit in standby mode, that is, powered and inactive for 12 seconds (not during programming).
GREEN PHOTO LED:
- on in the fixed mode if the PHO1 and PHO2 contacts (terminals 5-6-7) are closed
- off if at least one of the PHO1 or PHO2 contacts (terminals 5-6-7) is opened
GREEN STOP LED:
-on in the fixed mode if the STOP contact (terminals 16-17) is closed
- off if the STOP contact (terminals 16-17) is open
GREEN START LED:
- on in the fixed mode if the START contact (terminals 15-16) is closed
- off if the START contact (terminals 15-16) is open
RED RADIO LED:
- flashes when a command is received through King Gates transmitter
- is off when the control unit is in standby mode
7.2 - Error signalling LEDs
RED “ERROR” LED:
The red “error” LED signals any errors that hamper the correct operation of the PCB.
With the control unit in standby mode, the error type is signalled with a series of flashes at regular intervals (1-second pause between two
successive series) according to the following scheme:
Number of flashes per series
Error description
1
On-board memory damaged.
2
Photo-test of safety devices failed.
See Paragraph 14.1 for solving the problem.
3
Path programming requested.
See Paragraph 5
4
Input “PHO2” set as a resistive edge and check failed.
See Paragraph 14.3 for solving the problem.
GREEN START LED:
If, when START on the board is pressed or a control signal is sent by wire, the green led flashes three times without the system executing the
manoeuvre, then “wire controls blocked” is enabled: see par. 15.2.
GREEN START LED, RED RADIO LED AND YELLOW SET LED:
If, when attempting to enter into any programming scheme, the set, radio and start LEDs flash fast three times, it means that the “control unit
protection” is active.
See Paragraph 16.1 for solving the problem.
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8. Devices connectable to the PCB
8.4 - AUX contact
9
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
8.1
8.2
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8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7
8.8
8.9
The control unit is prearranged for interfacing with different devices dedicated to system control, system safety and other additional functions. Below is a list of their connections and corresponding
functions.
8.1 - Transformer
The transformer is supplied and connected. It has a 230Vac* primary
winding and a twin secondary winding of 0 - 12 - 24 Vac.
The power depends on the connected motor.
* The control unit also operates with 110V, 50/60 Hz power. In
this case, make sure to:
- a suitable transformer is available: the primary voltage must
be 110V;
- the line fuse is a 7A fuse.
GS I
OL 1
GND
+ VA
If the installation includes an electric lock, we recommend
enabling the ram function by setting dip switch 8 to ON.
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 3-4 (see Paragraph 2.4). Default setting:
electric lock operation.
By default, the AUX contact is able to control an electric lock (customisable as courtesy light) with 12V (customisable to 24V), by giving
a 2-second pulse for every movement command received from the
control unit.
However, this output can be customised with the advanced programming functions mentioned in Paragraph 13:
- Selection of AUX output type (Paragraph 13.2) = the output can be
set as a lock or courtesy light;
- Selection of AUX operating mode (Paragraph 13.3) = allows for
customising the contact’s operation;
- Selection of AUX contact voltage (Paragraph 13.4) = allows for
selecting the AUX contact voltage (12V or 24V).
8.5 - Safety devices
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 5-6-7 (see Paragraph 2.4).
8.2 - Motors
DEDICATED TERMINALS: sliding = see Paragraph 2.1 / 2.2
EL
8.10
The numbers in the pictures refer to the
paragraphs corresponding to the terminals
AUX
PH 02
HAZ
PH 01
8.11
swinging = see Paragraph 2.1 / 2.2
In the sliding gate model, the motor is supplied wired and phased (in
the sense of the opening and closing direction) with the limit switch
connections. The control unit is configured for controlling 1 sliding
gate motor or 1 or 2 swinging gate motors (in the case of a sliding
gate motor, it must be connected to “MOT1”). The maximum connectable load is 70W (max. 3A) per motor.
8.3 - Warning light
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 1-2 (see Paragraph 2.4).
The warning light is an accessory used for signalling any movement
of the gate leaf.
The control unit contains two outputs for connecting clean contacts
for protecting the gate leaf’s movement area.
“PHO1” CLOSING PHASE SAFETY DEVICES
It is possible to connect devices (e.g. photocells or edges with microswitches) with normally closed (NC) contact to the “PHO1” input
(terminal 5-7). To ensure correct operation of the accessories, eliminate the standard supplied connection.
These devices intervene during the gate’s closing phase.
In particular:
- during the closing phase they invert the movement direction and
re-open the gate fully;
- during the opening phase they have no effect;
- with the gate closed they do not intervene;
- with the gate open they lock the closing commands.
Figures 11a, 11b and 11c show examples of King Gates “Viky30”
photocell installations.
The connected lamps must have 24V with 15W maximum power.
Thanks to the “HAZ” dip-switch 6 (see Paragraph 3.1), the control
unit can supply oscillating or continuous voltage based on the warning light connected (with or without integrated oscillating circuit).
If multiple devices are connected on this contact, they
must be series connected (see Fig. 11c).
If one or more photocell pairs are connected, the receivers
must be alternated (see Fig. 11c).
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- with the gate closed they lock the opening commands.
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- with the gate open they have no effect.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
8.1
8.2
Figures 11a, 11b and 11c show examples of King Gates “Viky30”
photocell installations.
If multiple devices are connected on this contact, they
must be series connected (see Fig. 11c).
8.11
If one or more photocell pairs are connected, the receivers
must be alternated (see Fig. 11c).
11a
8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7
8.8
8.9
Connection of the
TX transmitter
8.10
The numbers in the pictures refer to the
paragraphs corresponding to the terminals
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“PHO2” OPENING OR OPENING/CLOSING PHASE SAFETY DEVICES
It is possible to connect devices (e.g. photocells or edges) with normally closed (NC) contact to the “PHO2” input (terminal 6-7). To
ensure correct operation of the accessories, eliminate the standard
supplied connection.
The numbers in the picture between
brackets refer to the terminal numbers
indicated in Paragraph 2.4
GND (7)
+VA (8)
These devices are actuated while the gate is moving, according to
the setting of DIP5 (see par. 3.1).
11b
DIP5 IN ON (funzionamento come fotocellule):
Connection
of the
RX receiver
Viky30
- in closing phase they continue the movement as soon the device
has been cleared
- in opening phase they continue the movement as soon the device has been cleared
12345
- if the access is closed they inhibit the opening commands.
- if the access is open they inhibit the closing commands.
The numbers in the picture between
brackets refer to the terminal numbers
indicated in Paragraph 2.4
DIP5 set to OFF (operation as opening edge):
- during the closing phase they have no effect
- during the opening phase they re-close the gate fully
PH01 (5) o
PH02 (6)
GND (7)
+VA (8)
11c
Connection of multiple
receiver pairs
Viky30
12345
GND (7)
GND (7)
+VA (8)
The numbers in the picture between
brackets refer to the terminal numbers
indicated in Paragraph 2.4
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Receiver
pair 1
Transmitter
pair 1
RX1
TX1
Transmitter
pair 2
Receiver
pair 2
TX2
RX2
12345
PH01 (5) o
PH02 (6)
GND (7)
+VA (8)
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8.6 - 24VDC accessories’ power supply
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 7-8 (see Paragraph 2.4).
With the control unit powered, these terminals provide a nominal voltage of 24VDC, max. 250mA, and can be used for external accessories such as, for example, photocells or radio receivers
8.7 - Gate open pilot light
If multiple START contacts are connected, connect the
contacts in parallel.
PEDESTRIAN CONTACT (terminals 16-18)
The pedestrian function consists of a partial opening (or full opening,
depending on the installer’s preferences) of the gate leaf driven by
“MOTOR1”.
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 7-9 (see Paragraph 2.4).
To customise the opening width, the pedestrian programming sequence must be carried out (see Paragraph 5.2).
If the photo-test—which is deactivated by default (see Paragraph
14.1)—is not used, it is possible to connect a gate status pilot light
to the “GSI” input (terminal 9). This light will signal the gate’s position,
specifically:
This opening can be controlled via radio, by programming the transmitter (see Paragraph 4.2), and/or via wire by connecting the latter
to the “PED” input (terminals 16-18) of the normally open contacts
(present, for example, in selectors and buttons).
gate closed: light off
gate open: light turned on in fixed mode
STOP CONTACT
gate opening: light flashes
The “STOP” input (terminals 16-17) can be used for connecting normally closed contacts (normally present in buttons), to immediately
lock all the system’s movements.
gate closing: light flashes fast
The led must be powered with 24VDC, max 3W.
To restore the normal operating mode, the stop contact must be
re-closed.
8.8 - Limit switches
8.10 - Antenna
DEDICATED TERMINALS:
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 19-20 (see Paragraph 2.4)
sliding = 10-11-12 (see Paragraph 2.4).
The antenna is used for enhancing the reception of signals of the radio transmitters. The control unit has, by default, a wire that functions
as an antenna already connected to the PCB. An external antenna
(present, for example, in the “Idea Plus” warning light range) can be
connected to terminals 1 and 2 of the control unit.
swinging = 10-11-12-13-14 (see Paragraph 2.4).
The limit switch inputs are used for connecting the micro-switches
with NC clean contacts that open the contact when the gate leaf
reaches the limits of the opening and closing path. In the sliding gate
model, the limit switches are supplied wired and phased (in the sense
of the opening and closing direction) with the motor connections.
In the swinging gate versions, they are not used (they must not be
bridged in this case). If used in the installation, make sure the microswitches are connected to NC outputs and synchronised with the
motor.
8.9 - Wired commands
DEDICATED TERMINALS: 15-16-17-18 (see Paragraph 2.4).
The inputs for the start, stop and pedestrian opening wired commands can be customised to open, stop and close (Paragraph 15.1).
If an external antenna is connected, the series connected
wire must be disconnected.
8.11 - Back-up battery /
Energy saving
The control unit is configured for being powered by a back-up battery
system.
The latter comprises a battery management PCB and the battery
pack.
Moreover, they can be locked to prevent tampering with the system
(Paragraph 15.2).
The system is supplied with the dedicated connector to be linked up
in the control unit. The auxiliary power system intervenes when the
mains power of the control unit fails.
START CONTACT
If back-up batteries are used, it is advisable to activate the energy
saving mode and connect the photocell power supply to the dedicated terminal – see Paragraph 16.3.
The “START” input (terminals 15-16) can be used to connect normally open clean contacts (present, for example, in selectors or buttons) for executing commands that pilot the automation, and settable
through dip-switch 3 – see Paragraph 3.1.
COMPANY FUNCTION: if, with the automation closed,
the START contact is pressed and held closed (for example,
through a timer-controlled or bistable relay), the control unit
opens the gate and the automation does not accept closing
commands (neither automatic nor wired) until the contact is
reopened.
In this mode, dip-switch 3 STEP is normally put to OFF and
dip-switch 4 AUTO to ON, to ensure that the gate never stops
during the opening phase.
This function shuts off power to the photocells when the control unit
is in standby, thus reducing consumption and increasing battery life.
During battery-powered operation, or if the energy saving function is activated, the LEDs will only remain lit for two
minutes after the last operation effected, in order to decrease
energy consumption.
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9. Troubleshooting
Problem
9a The control unit LEDs
are turned off
Symptoms / Causes
Solution
Mains power shortage
Check for the presence of input mains voltage – see Paragraph 2.2 / 2.3
The fuses are damaged. Before replac- Replace the fuses (see Paragraph 2.3). If the fuses get
ing them, disconnect the mains electric- damaged again, before replacing them disconnect all the
ity and verify that there are no short-cir- cables and verify the integrity of the PCB
cuits in the connections
The control unit is operating either in the Deactivate energy saving mode, check that mains power
energy saving mode (see Paragraph 16.3) is available.
or with batteries (see Paragraph 8.11), or
the operating voltage is below the minimum level.
9b The control unit does not enter When the button for accessing a pro- Deactivate the protection – see Paragraph 16.1
the programming sequence
gramming sequence is pressed, all the
LEDs flash. The control unit protection
has been activated
9c The control unit completes
the programming sequence,
but does not respond to commands in the standard operating mode
Problems with the safety devices, once Check that the “PHO1”, “PHO2” and “STOP” contacts are
the programming sequence is complet- closed.
ed,the green stop and/or photo LEDs
are off
Photo-test of safety devices failed. After Deactivate the photo-test – see Paragraph 14.1.
a command is pressed for a few seconds,the red “error” LED turns on”
9d The control unit causes the au- Obstacle detection problems. If during
tomation to start, but the latter the manoeuvre the control unit detects
does not cover the full path
power draw peaks, it goes into obstacle
present mode.
First of all, verify that the system’s works in the manual mode. There must not be any points in which the gate
leaf tends to stop. Raise the “OBS” trimmer by turning it
clockwise (see Paragraph 3.2). If insufficient, increase the
“POWER” trimmer setting and reprogram the stroke. If the
problem occurs at the final stage of the path, it may be
resolved by eliminating or minimising the slowdown points
(see Paragraph 5.3))
Intervention of the safety devices. Check
that the green “photo” and “stop” LEDs
remain lit throughout the entire manoeuvre. If there are multiple photocell
pairs,these may signal false obstacles
Try bridging the “PHO1”, “PHO2” and “STOP” contacts
to verify whether the problem can be resolved. Otherwise,
connect the photocells with alternating receivers (see image
11C)
9e The transmitter does not func- When the programming sequence men- Verify the transmitter’s compatibility: the code must be “Stytion
tioned in Paragraph 4.1 is completed, lo4K” or “Stylo2K”. If the transmitter’s LED does not light up
clearly, replace the battery
the red “radio” LED does not flash
9f The transmitter has little range
The transmitter’s range varies in relation Replace the transmitter’s battery. Should this not be suffito the environmental conditions
cient, the control unit is configured for connecting external
antennas. See Paragraph 8.10
9g The control unit does not slow If the “Power” trimmer is too high, the
down the gate
control unit—in the space set by default
through the gate path programming
procedure—is unable to detect the
change of speed.
Reduce the setting of the POWER trimmer (par. 3.2) and
reprogram the stroke; if this is not sufficient, program the
deceleration points (par. 5.3) and set a longer deceleration
zone.
9h The control unit functions cor- When the start or ped contacts are closed, Deactivate the pedestrian and start block. See paragraph
rectly, but does not accept wired the green “start” LED emits brief flashes. 15.2.
start and pedestrian commands The command lock has been activated
9i
The control unit does not make Once the dip-switch or trimmer posi- Deactivate the control unit lock. See Paragraph 16.1
the dip-switch or trimmer modi- tions have been modified, the control
fications effective
unit does not make the modifications
effective. The control unit protection has
been activated
Once the “power” trimmer, dip-switch
1-2 “motor” or dip-switch 8 “func” positions have been modified, no resulting
effects appear on the system
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To make the “power” trimmer or dip-switch 1-2 “motor”
modifications effective, the basic or advanced path programming must be redone. Should this not be possible, the
control unit lock has been activated. See Paragraph 16.1
The accessories remain pow- With the control unit in standby mode, Make sure to have connected the accessories properly.
ered with the energy saving the accessories nonetheless remain See Paragraph 16.3. If the accessories remain powered
function active
powered
only during the opening phase, the DIP7 is put to ON
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10. Advanced programming - Index
The control unit is equipped with advanced programming features which are not required for commissioning the system but
rather for configuring advanced functions:
BACKJUMP CONFIGURATION
- Backjump adjustment
AUX OUTPUT PROGRAMMING
- Programming the transmitter button assigned to the AUX output
- Selecting the device connected to the AUX output
- Selecting the AUX output mode
- Selecting the AUX output voltage
ADVANCED SAFETY DEVICE PROGRAMMING
- Phototest activation/deactivation
- Selecting the outputs assigned to the Phototest
- Selecting the type of edge connected to PHO2
WIRED CONTROL CONFIGURATION
- Selecting the automation control mode (start/pedestrian or open/close)
- Wired activation/deactivation of the start and pedestrian block
OTHER FUNCTIONS
- Activation/deactivation of control unit protection
- Resetting the control unit’s factory settings
- Energy saving mode
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Notes
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IST. STARG824EN
Dati dell’installatore / Installer details
Azienda / Company
Timbro / Stamp
Località / Address
Provincia / Province
Recapito telefonico / Tel.
Referente / Contact person
Dati del costruttore / Manufacturer's details
King Gates S.r.l.
Phone +39.0434.737082
info@king-gates.com
Fax +39.0434.786031
www.king-gates.com
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