1.3.5 PPB-1 Push Button

1.3.5 PPB-1 Push Button
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1. Product Description
1.1 Applications ……………………………………………………………………….………………………
1.2 Description of the Automation …………………………………………………….………………………
1.3 Description of Devices ……………………………………………………………….……………………
1.3.1 PW320/PW330 Electromechanical Gear Motors ………………………………………………………
1.3.2 PC200 Control Box …………………………………………………………………….……………….
1.3.3 PH-1 Photocells ………………………………………………………………………………………...
1.3.4 PKS-1 Key Selector ……………………………………………………………….……………………
1.3.5 PPB-1 Push Button ……………………………………………………………………….…………….
1.3.6 PF-1 Flashing Light with incorporated Antenna ………………………………………………………..
1.3.7 PR-1 Radio Transmitter ………………………………………………….……………………………..
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2. Installation
2.1 Notes of Motors in operation ……………………………………………………………………………...
2.1.1 Tools in installing ………………………………………………………………………………………
2.1.2 Motors, Components and its installation in illustration ………………………………………………..
2.2 Power Connection ………………………………………………………………………………………...
2.2.1 Notes for power connection ……………………………………………………………………………
2.3 Installation ………………………………………………………………………………………………...
2.3.1 Preparation for Motor Installation ……………………………………………………………………...
2.3.2 Installation of the Gear Motors ………………………………………………………………………...
2.3.3 PKS-1 Key Selector ……………………………………………………………………………………
2.3.4 PPB-1 Push Button …………………………………………………………………………………….
2.3.5 PF-1 Flashing Light ……………………………………………………………………………………
2.3.6 PH-1 Photocells ………………………………………………………………………………………..
2.3.7 PC200 Control Box …………………………………………………………………………………….
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3. Dip Switch Setting
3.1 SW1 Dip Switch Setting …………………………………………………….…………………………….
3.1.1 Over-Current Adjustment ………………………………………………….……………………………
3.1.2 Gate Auto-close Adjustment …………………………………………….……………………………...
3.1.3 Photocells Adjustment (Dip 7) ………………………………………….………………………………
3.1.4 Flashing Light Adjustment (Dip 8) …………………………………….……………………………….
3.2 SW2 Dip Switch Setting ………………………………………………….……………………………….
3.2.1 Electric Latch Adjustment (Dip 5) …………………………………….………………………………..
3.2.2 Slow Speed Adjustment of the Gear Motors (Dip 6) ……….………………………………..…………
3.2.3 Fast Speed Adjustment of the Gear Motors (Dip 7) ……….……………………………..…………….
3.2.4 Single and Dual Gate Operation Adjustment (Dip8) ……………………………………………...……
3.3 LED Indication …………………………………………………….………………………………………
3.4 System Learning Process ………………………………………………………………………………….
3.5 Transmitter Memorizing and Erasing Process ……………………….……………………………………
3.6 Single Gate Operation ……………………………………………….…………………………………….
3.7 Dual Gate Operation ………………………………………………………………………………………
3.8 Gate moving logic …………………………………………………………………………………………
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4. Trouble Shooting
5. Technical Characteristics
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
PW320 …………………………………………………….……………………………………………….
PW330 …………………………………………………….……………………………………………….
PC200 Control Box ……………………………………….……………………………………………….
PH-1 Photocells ….……………………………………….……………………………………………….
PKS-1 Key Selector ……………………………………….………………………………………………
PPB-1 Push Button ……………………………………….……………………………………………….
PF-1 Flashing Light ……………………………………….………………………………………………
PR-1 Transmitter ……………………………………….………………………………………………….
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1 Product Description
1.1 Applications
PW320/PW330 is applied for residential automation of single or dual leaf gate. PW320/PW330 has to be operated with
electricity and it’s forbidden to be operated by back-up batteries for normal use. Back-up batteries are only allowed for
emergent operation when there is a power failure, and the gear motors can be released by special keys to move the gate
manually.
1.2 Description of the Automation
The following diagram of PW320/PW330 typical installation describes some terms and accessories of a gate automation
system:
Figure 1
1.3 Description of Devices
PW320/PW330 includes the accessories shown in Figure 2.
Please check the accessories the same as the package
provided.
Figure 2
Attention: Some accessories of PW320/PW330 are
not included due to local regulations or customized
order.
A) 2 PW320/PW330 electromechanical gear
motors with mounting brackets.
B) 2 release keys.
C) 1 pair of PH-1photocells.(one TX and one RX)
D) 2 PR-1 radio transmitters.
E) 1 PKS-1 key selector with two keys.
F) 1 PPB-1 push button switch.
G) 1 PF-1 warning light with incorporated aerial.
H) 1 PC200 control box
I)
1 PEL-1 electric latch.
J)
1 PS-1 stopper.
K) Various small parts: screws, nuts, etc. See
Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
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1.3.1 PW320/PW330 Electromechanical Gear motors
PW320/PW330 consists of a worm screw reduction gear and a 24V
direct current motor. The gear motor could be released manually by
special release keys when there is a power failure.
The gear motor is installed with three mounting brackets (one at the
front and two at the rear) and one adjustable stop (fix on the teeth to
adjust the opening and closing stroke) that provide various choices
for the installation.
Table 1: List of small parts
Front plates
PW320
2pcs
PW330
2pcs
Rear plates
2pcs
2pcs
Mounting brackets
4pcs
4pcs
M8*25L hex-head screws
4pcs
4pcs
M8 self-locking nuts
4pcs
4pcs
M12 self-locking nuts
2pcs
4pcs
Release Keys
2pcs
2pcs
Figure 3
1)PW320
2)PW330
3)Release Key
1.3.2 PC200 Control Box
PC200 control box consists of one control panel with incorporated
receiver, one transformer and two back-up batteries.
Figure 4
PC200 provides the complete automation of the gear motors and other
accessories of PW320/PW330 kit.
To connect separate terminals on the control panel and activate the gear
motors and other accessories, the installation manual has to be carefully
read beforehand.
Table 2: List of small parts for PC200
Quantity
5*30 Screw
4pcs
Nylon screw anchor
4pcs
1.3.3 PH-1 Photocells
The pair of PH-1 photocells has to be installed on the wall and
connected to the control panel. The function of the photocells
is to detect the obstacles found on the optical axis between the
transmitter (TX) and the receiver (RX).
Figure 5
Table 3: List of small parts for PH-1
Refer to the installation manual of PH-1
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1.3.4 PKS-1 Key Selector
The PKS-1 key selector is used for opening the gate outdoors
without the radio transmitter. PKS-1 key selector is supplied
with two keys
Table 4: List of small parts for PKS-1
3*20 Screw
Figure 6
Quantity
3pcs
1.3.5 PPB-1 Push Button
Figure 7
The PPB-1 push button is used for opening the gate indoors
without the radio transmitter.
Table 5: List of small parts for PPB-1
3*20 Screw
Quantity
3pcs
1.3.6 PF-1 Flashing Light with incorporated Antenna
Figure 8
PF-1 flashing light is controlled by PC200 control box and blinks
when the gate is moving. There is an antenna inside the flashing
light to reinforce the transmission of the radio receiver.
Table 6: List of small parts for PF-1
3*20 Screw
Quantity
3pcs
1.3.7 PR-1 Radio Transmitters
PR-1 radio transmitter is used for the remote control of the gate
movement.
Figure 9
There are two buttons on the transmitters for operating one leaf or
two leaves opening and closing.
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2. Installation:
2.1.1 Notes of Motors in operation
The PW320/PW330 gate openers are applicable to per leaf of 3.0/4.0 meters in width and 250/350 kg in weight which can be
opened up to 120 degrees primarily for residential use; where the performance shall be influenced by the factors such as gate
dimension, weight and climate that the driven torque is necessarily to be adjusted properly.
2.1.2 Tools in installing
Please make sure all tools and cables are ready and conform to the industrial safety standard before installation. Please
refer to Figure 10.
Figure 10
2.1.3 Motors, Components and its installation in illustration
The installation procedure of PW320/PW330 may be changed due to various accessories and quantities installed. The
basic wiring diagram is shown in Figure 11.
No wiring cables for accessories are supplied with KIT PW320/PW330.
Figure 11
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2.2 Power connection
PW320/PW330 comes with two power cables of 2m and 7m long, which requires very low voltage that no professionally
trained personnel is required in installation; however, the users are advised to read the installation manual carefully before
going for it. After getting to know all accessories and their positions, suggest start from cable conduit arrangement to prevent
the cables from being broken or damaged.
2.2.1 Notes for power connection
1.
The installation of power supply cable to the motor should be carried out by a qualified professional electrician.
2.
The power supply cable of the motor should be equipped with short circuit protection and leakage
protection. Please make sure to shut off the power before going installation or maintenance.
2.3 Installation
2.3.1 Preparation for Motor Installation
PW320/PW330 is not applicable to a gate which is inefficient or unsafe, neither to solve the defects due to incorrect
installation or poor maintenance.
Check the following items before going for installation:
1.
Make sure the weight and dimensions of the gate conform to the operation range of PW320/PW330. Don’t
use PW320/PW330 if the gate specifications do not meet the requirement.
2.
Make sure the gate structure conform to the criteria of automatic operation and force regulations.
3.
Make sure there is no serious friction existing in the opening or closing travel of the gate leaves.
4.
Make sure the gate is in horizontal level that the gate will not move aside at any position.
5.
Make sure the gate can bear the impact of the motor torque when it is installed on any hole of the bracket which the
surface is sufficiently sturdy.
6.
Make sure the photo sensor is installed on the flat surface to ensure the two ends of receiving and transmitting
corresponded to each other.
7.
Check the dimensions of the motors as below.
Figure 12
(1) Dimension of PW320
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8.
Make sure to leave enough space when the gate is opening.
Figure 13
(1)PW320
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(2)PW330
Using the leaf opening angle as criteria to make sure all criteria in Figure 14 can be met.
Figure 14
(1) PW320
(2) PW330
Figure 15
(1) PW320
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“C” value is 139mm.
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“D” can be measured from the gate easily.
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“A” = “C” + “D”
(2) PW330
13. The value of “B” can be calculated from the value of “A” and the leaves opening angle. Ex. If “A”=160mm with
the leaves opening angle of 100 degrees, then the value of “B” is approximate 190mm.
**Please make sure “B” and “A” are similar or the same in value that the leaves can be operated smoothly, also to
reduce the burden of the motor.
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2.3.2 Installation of the Gear Motors
1.
Choose the correct dimensions of the motors and
position to be installed.
2.
Check if the mounting surface the brackets to be
installed is smooth, vertical and rigid.
3.
Arrange the cable conduit for power supply cable
of the motors.
4.
In order to obtain the optimal supporting from the
rear plate, please assemble two brackets and rear
metal plate according to Figure 16.
9.
Please make sure the plate is installed completely
in horizon.
Figure 19
Figure 16
10. Refer to Figure 20, the distance between front
plate of the motor and rear bracket is 735mm
(PW320) / 797mm (PW330), the difference in
height is 18.3mm (PW320) / 21.5mm (PW330).
Figure 20
(1) PW320
5.
Loosen the two screws and remove the back cover
of the motor as shown in Figure17.
Figure 17
(2) PW330
6.
Place the leaves at the closed position.
7.
Refer to the distance of “B” in Figure 14, place the
J-shape plate in the correct position on the
mounting surface. Inspect if the distance is proper
as shown in Figure 19i.e. the position the front
plate of the motor to be installed.
8.
11. Clamp and fix the motor front plate on the door
temporarily.
Figure 21
(1) PW320
Place two brackets on the surface to be installed
and mark the drilling points, then drill minimum
diameter of 8mm holes by four on the mounting
surface to be installed and fasten up the brackets
with screws and washer.
Figure 18
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12. Lift up the motor and insert the screws into the
front plate.
13. Lift the motor overhead and push the gate to the end until
the screw holes of the motor end matches the holes on the
J-shape plate. Fasten the motor to the J-shape plate with
the screw (A) and nut (B) as shown in Figure22.
22. Close the gear motor cover by tightening the two
screws as shown in Figure25.
Figure 25
Figure 22
23. Gear Motor Release
14. Fasten the screw nut tightly and loosen for half
round for motor supporting in rotating.
15. Fasten the motor front end to the front plate with screw
(A) and nut (B) tightly. Fully tighten the screw.
1) Turn the round plate on the release part to “OPEN”
position. See Figure 26.
Figure 26
Figure 23
(1) PW320
2) Push out the release part to the end. See Figure 27.
(2) PW330
Figure 27
16. Use appropriate release key to release the gear motor.
17. Try to push the released gate and make sure the motor
can be manually moved easily.
18. Make sure the motor front plate can be fastened on the
gate to be installed permanently.
19. Use the appropriate release key to fasten the gear
motor again.
20. Loosen the plastic screw nut under the power cable of
the motor end, and penetrate the power cable through
the nut and screw it up.
3) Use the release key to turn the pin clockwise or
anti-clockwise to the end. See Figure 28.
Figure 28
21. Connect the motor power cable as shown in Figure 24.
Figure 24
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2.3.3 PKS-1 Key-Selector
1. PKS-1 key selector is installed outside and
close to the gate at the height of about 100cm,
so that it could be used by most people.
Decide the installation position of PKS-1 first.
See Figure 2.3.3 (1).
4. Turn the key and separate the bottom of the
shell with the lock body. See Figure 2.3.3 (4).
Figure 2.3.3 (4)
Figure 2.3.3 (1)
5. Breach the three holes at the bottom and mark
the points by the holes as reference.
6. Drill the holes in the wall and fix the bottom to
the wall by three screws. See Figure 2.3.3 (5).
Figure 2.3.3 (5)
2. Remove the round cover (A) by prizing it out with
the tip of the screwdriver. See Figure 2.3.3 (2).
Figure 2.3.3 (2)
7. Connect the electric wires to the terminals as
shown in Figure 2.3.3(6), and it’s not required
to distinguish any polarity. The terminals can
be removed for connecting the wires easily.
3. Unscrew the two screws beside the lock body.
See Figure 2.3.3 (3).
Figure 2.3.3 (6)
Figure 2.3.3 (3)
8. Turn the key and insert the shell on the bottom.
Turn the key back to the center position and
the shell will be fixed to the bottom.
9. Tighten the lock body with the two screws and
insert the round cover by pressing it to attach
to the whole unit.
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2.3.4 PPB-1 Push Button
6.
1.
2.
PPB-1 push button is installed indoors at the height
of about 100cm, so that it could be used by most
people.
Drill the holes in the wall and fix the bottom to the
wall by three screws. See Figure 2.3.4 (3).
Figure 2.3.4 (3)
Remove the round cover (A) by prizing it out with
the tip of the screwdriver. See Figure 2.3.4 (1).
Figure 2.3.4 (1)
7.
3.
Unscrew the two screws beside the button.
Figure 2.3.4 (2)
Connect the electric wires to the terminals as shown in
Figure 2.3.4 (4), and it’s not required to distinguish any
polarity. The terminals can be removed for connecting
the wires easily.
Figure 2.3.4 (4)
4.
5.
Separate the upper shell with the bottom. See
Figure 2.3.4 (2).
Breach the three holes at the bottom and mark the
points by the holes as reference.
8. Attach the upper shell to the bottom and screw
them up by two screws and insert the round cover
by pressing it to attach to the whole unit.
2.3.5 PF-1 Flashing Light
1. Decide the installation position of the flashing light.
The flashing light has to be installed near the gate
and easy to be seen by users and passersby. The
flashing light can be installed horizontally or
vertically. See Figure 2.3.5 (1).
2. Unscrew the four screws on the light base and
separate the base with the bottom as shown in
Figure 2.3.5 (2).
Figure 2.3.5 (2)
Figure 2.3.5 (1)
3. Connect the wires and penetrate the wires into the
hole of the base.
Figure 2.3.5 (3)
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4. Drill the holes in the wall and fix the bottom to the
wall by three screws.
Figure 2.3.5 (4)
7. Replacing the bulb set. See Figure 2.3.5 (7).
1) Unscrew the flashing light wires from the PCB
terminals and make sure the power of the light is off.
2) Release the three screws (A)、(B)、(C) of the
flashing light cover.
3) Separate the flashing light cover and replace the
bulb set with a new one.
5. Connect the four wires of the light and the antenna
to the PCB terminals and place the wires into the
conduit if necessary.
4) Tighten the three screws (A)、(B)、(C) of the
flashing light cover.
Figure 2.3.5 (7)
Figure 2.3.5 (5)
6. Tighten the four screws back on the light base.
Figure 2.3.5 (6)
2.3.6 PH-1 Photocells
Please refer to the installation manual in PH-1 box.
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2.3.7 PC200 Control Box
1.
2.
Decide the installation position of PC200 control
box first, it is suggested to be installed near the
gate and should be protected from possible damage.
Be aware of the motor cable length before deciding
the installation position.
3.
Use a screwdriver to puncture the holes beneath the
bottom of the control box. See Figure 2.3.7 (2).
Figure 2.3.7 (2)
Remove the cover by unscrewing the four screws
on the cover. See Figure 2.3.7 (1).
Figure 2.3.7 (1)
4.
Wiring Connection:
Prepare all the wires of the accessories beforehand and connect the wires to the gear motors and accessories on the PCB
as shown in Figure 2.3.7 (3).
All of the wiring connections of the accessories are not requested to distinguish the
positive (+) and the negative (-) polarity.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
PF-1 Flashing light: Connect the two wires from the flashing light to the terminal LIT (+) and LIT (-) on the PCB.
PEL-1 Electric Latch: Connect the two wires from the electric latch to the terminal LAT (+) and LAT (-) on
the PCB.
PKS-1 Key Selector: Connect the two wires from the key selector to the terminal SKEY and GND on the PCB.
PPB-1 Push Button: Connect the two wires from the push button to the terminal DKEY and GND on the PCB.
PH-1 Photocells:
Remove the jump wire from the PCB terminals “Phot1 GND” and “Phot2 GND” before the wiring connection.
(A) See the installation manual in PH-1 box first and proceed with the following (B)、(C) steps.
(B) TX: Connect the (1) and (2) terminals on the transmitter with the terminals GND and 24V on the PCB.
(C) RX: Connect the (1)、(2) and NC terminals on the receiver with the terminals GND、24V and Phot1 on the PCB.
6) PW320/PW330 Gear Motors: Refer to Figure2.3.7 (3) and connect the wires separately to the terminals on
the PCB.
M1: Connect the motor wires (+) and (-) to the terminals M1 (+) and M1 (-).
Connect the hall sensor wires red, white, and black to the terminals 5V, S1, and GND.
M2: Connect the motor wires (+) and (-) to the terminals M2 (+) and M2 (-).
Connect the hall sensor wires red, white, and black to the terminals 5V, S2, and GND.
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Figure 2.3.7 (3)
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3. Dip Switch Setting
Figure 3.1 (1)
Before powering on the control unit, the following dip switch
setting must be decided by gate weight and installation
environment first. See Figure 3.1 (1)
3.1 SW1 Dip Switch Setting
3.1.1 Over-Current Adjustment
OVER1
OVER2
Current (Amp)
Dip Switch 3 OFF
Dip Switch 2 OFF
2A
Dip Switch 3 ON
Dip Switch 2 OFF
3A
Dip Switch 3 OFF
Dip Switch 2 ON
4A
Dip Switch 3 ON
Dip Switch 2 ON
5A
3.1.2 Gate Auto-close Adjustment
Auto-close 1
Auto-close 2
Auto-close 3
Effect
Dip switch 6 OFF
Dip Switch 5 OFF
Dip Switch 4 OFF
No auto-close
Dip switch 6 ON
Dip Switch 5 OFF
Dip Switch 4 OFF
3 sec.
Dip switch 6 OFF
Dip Switch 5 ON
Dip Switch 4 OFF
10 sec.
Dip switch 6 ON
Dip Switch 5 ON
Dip Switch 4 OFF
20 sec.
Dip switch 6 OFF
Dip Switch 5 OFF
Dip Switch 4 ON
40 sec.
Dip switch 6 ON
Dip Switch 5 OFF
Dip Switch 4 ON
60 sec.
Dip switch 6 OFF
Dip Switch 5 ON
Dip Switch 4 ON
120 sec.
Dip switch 6 ON
Dip Switch 5 ON
Dip Switch 4 ON
300 sec.
Note: Auto-close mode activates when the gates move to the end position or stopped manually. If the transmitter, push
button, or the key selector is activated before the auto-close counting, the gate will close immediately.
3.1.3 Photocells Adjustment (Dip 7)
ON: The gate will stop when encountering the obstacles during opening and closing phase.
OFF: The gate will stop when encountering the obstacles during closing phase.
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3.1.4 Flashing Light Adjustment (Dip 8)
ON: The flashing light blinks 5 seconds before the gate moves.
OFF: The flashing light blinks and the gate moves simultaneously.
3.2 SW2 Dip Switch Setting
3.2.1 Electric Latch Adjustment (Dip 5)
ON: The electric latch functions when dip switch is set to “ON”.
OFF: The electric latch does not function when dip switch is set to “OFF”.
3.2.2 Slow Speed Adjustment of the Gear Motors (Dip 6)
ON: The speed is 70% output of the full speed.
OFF: The speed is 50% output of the full speed.
3.2.3 Fast Speed Adjustment of the Gear Motors (Dip 7)
ON: The speed is 100% output of the full speed.
OFF: The speed is 70% output of the full speed.
3.2.4 Single and Dual Gate Operation Adjustment (Dip 8)
ON: Dual Gates operation in system learning and normal operation.
OFF: Single Gate operation in system learning and normal operation.
3.3 LED Indication
LED1 System Learning: LED1 blinks once when single gate learning is completed. LED2 blinks
twice when dual gate learning is completed.
LED2 RF : If the switch of the transmitter, key selector, and the push button is activated, LED2
will be on.
LED3 Power-on : LED3 will be on when the 230VAC power is connected to AC terminal and the
24VAC transformer is connected to J1 and back-up batteries connected to J2.
LED4 Photocells 1 : LED4 will be on when the first pair of the photocells are activated.
LED5 Photocells 2 : LED5 will be on when the second pair of the photocells are activated.
LED6 RF Learning: LED6 will be on when S4 RF-learn button is pressed.
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3.4 System Learning Process
Step1: Connect the master motor wires to M1 terminals and the slave motor wires to M2 terminals correctly. If only one
gate is installed, the motor wires have to be connected to M1 terminals.
Step2: Press the system learning button S3 on the PCB and the press the button on the transmitter to choose single gate
or dual gates operation.
In system learning mode, the gates will proceed with the following procedure.
(A) Dual Gates Mode: Slave Gate closes→Master Gate closes→Master Gate opens→Slave Gate opens→Slave Gate
closes→Master Gate closes.
(B)Single Gate Mode: Master Gate closes→Master Gate opens→Master Gate closes.
Notes:
(A) System learning fails and needs to be learned again when there is an unpredictable interruption occurs.
(B) Once the system learning is completed, there is no need to proceed with the learning process again when there is a
power failure.
(C) The initial movement of the system learning is gate closing. If not, please change the motor wiring terminals positive
(+) with negative (-).
(D) The slave gate opens 3 seconds after the master gate opens and the master gate closes 3 seconds after the slave gate
closes.
3.5 Transmitter Memorizing and Erasing Process
(A) Transmitter Memorizing: Press S4 button on the PCB and LED6 is “ON”, and press one of the buttons of the
transmitter within 9 seconds after pressing S4 button.
(B) Transmitter Memory Erasing: Press S4 button on the PCB and hold it for ten seconds.
(C) One radio receiver can be memorized with 50pcs transmitters.
3.6 Single Gate Operation
In one leaf installation, press button “A” or “B” on the transmitter and single
gate operation can be executed.
Figure 3.6 (1)
In two leaves installation, press button “B” on the transmitter and single gate
operation can be executed.
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3.7 Dual Gates Operation
Press the button “A” on the transmitter for dual gates operation.
Figure 3.7 (1)
3.8 Gate moving logic
(A) In gate opening phase: when the transmitter/push button/key selector is activated, the gate stops and closes when the
transmitter/push button/key selector is reactivated.
(B) In gate closing phase: when the transmitter/push button/key selector is activated, the gate stops and opens when the
transmitter/push button/key selector is reactivated.
(C) In opening or closing phase, the gate stops by obstacles and reverses for safety purpose.
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4. Trouble Shooting
Overheated Back-up Batteries
Check the wiring connection of the batteries.
1. Check if LED4 is “ON”.
2. Check if the voltage of the batteries is below 10.5V.
The gate doesn’t move when pressing the button
of the transmitter
3. Check if LED1 is “ON”.
4. Make sure all the wiring connections are firmly connected to
the terminals on the PCB.
5. Make sure the fuse is workable.
The gate only moves a little distance when
pressing the button of the transmitter.
The transmitting distance is too short
Make sure the wiring connection of the hall sensor is firm.
Make sure the connecting terminals of the
Antenna is firm.
The gear motors run very slowly
Check the dip switch setting of the speed adjustment.
The Flashing light does not work
Check if the wiring connection of the flashing light is correct.
The leaves shall be closed instead of opening
Change the polarity connection of the positive (+) with the
negative (-) of the gear motors.
1. Check if the “RESET” socket is activated.
2. Make sure the wiring connection of the gear motors is firm.
The leaves suddenly stop during moving
3. Make sure the hall sensor wiring connection is firm.
4. The GND terminal of the photocells on the PCB must be
short-circuited if no photocells installed.
5. Make sure the fuse is workable.
1. Check if the “RESET” socket is activated.
The leaves does not move or only move toward
one direction
2. Make sure the wiring connection of the gear motors is firm.
3. Make sure the hall sensor wiring connection is firm.
4. The GND terminal of the photocells on the PCB must be
short-circuited if no photocells installed.
1. Make sure the hall sensor wiring connection is firm.
The leaves reverse when opening and closing to
the end
2. Activate the “RESET” socket or cut off the AC input power,
and cut off the batteries output for five seconds, then power
the whole unit by connecting the AC and battery terminals.
Cut off the AC input power and the output of the batteries.
The master gate closes to the end first and the Release the master gate and slave gate manually, then open the
slave gate stops, the flashing light blinks fast for master to the end and close the slave gate to the end by hand,
then power the whole unit by connecting the AC and battery
five seconds.
terminals.
The gear motors does not run and the relay is
noisy when operating the gate opening and Check if the fuse is burned.
closing
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5. Technical Characteristics
5.1 PW320
Motor
24Vdc motor with mechanical release
Gear type
Worm gear
Peak thrust
3000N
Nominal thrust
2500N
Stroke length
356mm with mechanical stop/400mm without mechanical stop.
Power supply
24Vdc
Nominal input power
2A
Maximum operating current
5.5A for maximum 10 seconds.
Maximum gate weight
250 kg per leaf
Maximum gate length
3 meters
Duty cycle
20%
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Dimension
819mm * 115mm * 106mm
Weight
6.0kg
5.2 PW330
Motor
24Vdc motor with mechanical release
Gear type
Worm gear
Peak thrust
3500N
Nominal thrust
3000N
Stroke length
350mm
Power supply
24Vdc
Nominal input power
2A
Maximum operating current
5.5A for maximum 10 seconds.
Maximum gate weight
350 kg per leaf
Maximum gate length
4 meters
Duty cycle
20%
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Dimension
844mm * 115mm * 106mm
Weight
6.25kg
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5.3 PC200 Control Box
Application
For PW320/PW330 power supply
Main power supply
230Vac/110Vac, 60Hz
Back-up battery
2pcs for emergency operation
Transformer
6A, 24V
Receiver board
433.92MHz; 50 transmitters memory
Installation
Wall mounted vertically
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Dimension
275mm * 195mm * 102mm
5.4 PH-1 Photocells
Detection type
Through beam
Operating distance
30 meters
Response time
100ms
Input voltage
AC/DC 12~24V
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+60℃
Protection class
IP66
Dimension
59mm * 87mm * 38mm
5.5 PKS-1 Key Selector
Application
For outdoor use
Installation
Wall mounted vertically
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Dimension
85mm*60.5mm*40.5mm
5.6 PPB-1 Push Button
Application
For indoor use
Installation
Wall mounted vertically
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Dimension
85mm*60.5mm*40.0mm
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5.7 PF-1 Flashing Light
Application
For warning purpose during leaves movement
Lamp
24Vdc Halogens bulb
Antenna
Incorporated antenna
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Installation
horizontally or vertically installed
Dimension
205mm * 80mm * 75mm
5.8 PR-1 Transmitter
Application
Radio transmitter for remote control of PW320/PW330
Frequency
433.92Mhz
Coding
Rolling code
Buttons
2, for one leaf or two leaves operation
Power Supply
6V with two CR2016 type lithium batteries
Operating Temperature
-20℃~+50℃
Dimension
71.5mm * 33mm * 14mm
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