LCN 8310-877 Header Mounted Safety Sensor User

LCN 8310-877 Header Mounted Safety Sensor User
8310-877 HEADER MOUNTED SAFETY SENSOR
USER’S GUIDE
DESCRIPTION
The LCN Header Mounted Safety Sensor (HMSS) (8310-877) is a self-monitored ready overhead-mounted diffused active
infrared sensing device that provides detection for the triggering of automatic swing door safety functions. When used with
LCN’s lockout devices, the sensor is programmed to allow two different fields of detection - one for detection when the
door is in the fully closed position and the other for detection when the door is fully open. While the door is in the fully open
position, the HMSS extends its coverage back through the threshold area of the doorway, to provide coverage that will
overlap with LCN’s motion sensors.
As with all of LCN’s programmable sensing devices, full adjustability is achieved with the use of LCN’s hand-held remote
control unit. This allows alteration of all of the available functions as well as for inquiry of existing settings. Should the
need arise; the HMSS may also be tuned by means of two sensor-mounted buttons contained on the PC Board within the
unit. With these two buttons, the sensor’s field of detection can be altered without the use of the hand-held remote. If a
complete Door-Mounted Safety Sensor (DMSS) system is not used in addition to the Header Mounted Safety Sensor, LCN
recommends the use of a lockout safety beam to allow safety signaling if the zone is entered during a door closing cycle.
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
Installation Height - Variable
Mounting Angles
HMSS only
HMSS with Spacer
Power Supply
Frequency
Output
9’-0” max. (recommended 6’-6” to 8’-0”)
+5°, +10° (factory default setting: +5°)
0°, +5°, +10°
12 to 24 V AC / DC +/- 10%
50-60 Hz
Max. Voltage at contacts: 60V DC / 125V AC
Max. Current at contacts: 1 A
Max. switching power: 30 W (DC), 60 VA (AC)
0.5 to 9 seconds
-22°F to +140°F
Immune to electrical and radio frequency interference
4’- six conductor cable
1 b. 11 oz. (765g)
11.8”L (305 mm.) x 1.9”H (51 mm.) x 1.9”W (46 mm.)
Aluminum & ABS plastic
Black anodized aluminum
Relay Hold Time
Operating Temperature
Immunity
Cable
Weight
Dimensions
Material
Housing Color
Left Lens
COMPONENT ID
Red LED
Right Lens
Left End Cap
Right End Cap
Center Eye Shield
4’ Cable
INSTALLATION
TIPS
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SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
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The sensor must be
firmly fastened to
prevent vibration.
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The sensor must not have
any unwanted objects l kely
to move or vibrate in its
path.
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The sensor should be
mounted flush with bottom of
door header.
Shut off all power going to the header before attempting any wiring procedures.
Maintain a clean & safe environment when working in public areas.
Constantly be aware of pedestrian traffic around the door area.
Always stop pedestrian traffic through the doorway when performing testing that may result in unexpected
reactions by the door.
Always check placement of all wiring and components before powering up to insure that moving door
parts will not catch any wires and cause damage to equipment.
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MECHANICAL
INSTALLATION PREPARATION
To prepare the sensor for mounting to the header, perform the following:
a)
Remove both end caps from the sensor (Picture 1). Each is attached by one Phillips head screw.
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2
b)
Remove both lenses from HMSS by simply sliding them out at each end (Picture 2).
c)
Remove the center eye shield (Picture 3) (take care not to damage the light tube on the inner side of the
shield). Simply pull out from the top end and rotate out (Picture 3).
3
d)
MECHANICAL
INSTALLATION –
PLACEMENT OF
THE SENSOR
4
Slide the PCB out of the extrusion and set it aside (Picture 4).
Remember these guidelines when installing a HMSS:
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The sensor should be mounted at a height range of 6’ 6” to 8’. Maximum mounting height is 9’.
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The sensor should be mounted above the door on the swing side.
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The sensor shall be mounted flush with the bottom of the automatic door header. This is absolutely necessary to
allow the detection pattern to reach back through the threshold area when the sensor is in the open door position.
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For SINGLE DOOR APPLICATIONS, the sensor should be mounted at the center of the door opening. However, if
this is not possible, the unit may be installed off-center. In such cases, pattern location will have to be altered for
proper placement of the field of detection. Try to avoid mounting locations that may pose potential problems such
as directly over a door arm.
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For DOUBLE-EGRESS APPLICATIONS, one sensor should
be mounted over each swing-path. There should be at least
40” of separation between the 2 HMSSs when measured
between the centerline of each sensor. This configuration
requires two controllers.
Wall Switch
An optional HMSS Spacer
3” Standoff may be used
during sensor installation
20” min
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If the HMSS is the only sensor being used for safety at the
swing side of the door, to be in compliance with ANSI 156.10,
a lockout safety beam or Door Mounted Safety Sensor is
needed in addition to the Header Mounted Safety Sensor.
CAUTION: FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, REFER TO THE
PATTERN CHARTS FOR WIDTH AND DEPTH
IN THE APPLICABLE SECTION OF THIS
GUIDE. PATTERNS SHALL BE ADJUSTED TO
ACHIEVE MAXIMUM DETECTION ZONES, AND
SHALL BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL
APPLICABLE SAFETY STANDARDS (I.E. ANSI
A156.10).
MECHANICAL
INSTALLATION
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20” min
Presence Sensor
Presence Sensor
Wall Switch
NOTE: LCN recommends the use of a HMSS Spacer (8310-877S) for most Header Mounted Safety Sensor
applications. The HMSS Spacer is a 3” standoff that allows the HMSS to be slightly distanced from the
face of the closed door. This helps to prevent ghosting caused by slight door movement while closed, and
also prevents ghosting when DMSS are used (as the Door Mounted Safety Sensor extrusions at the top of
the door are extremely close to the sensor while the door is closed).
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MECHANICAL
INSTALLATION
(Continued)
1.
The extrusion has pre-drilled mounting holes at each end (Pictures 5 & 6).
5
6
Pre Drilled
Mounting Holes
Approx. 9 ¾” Apart
2.
Hold the HMSS up to the pre-determined location, and attach using the 2 self-drilling screws that are
included with the package (Picture 7). It may be necessary to pre-drill a pilot hole (Picture 8) in the header
for ease of screw installation. Ensure that the sensor is mounted securely at each end.
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3.
8
If the sensor is mounted directly to door header, and cabling is to pass directly into header, drill a ¼” hole
next to the sensor’s left side end cap to allow wire passage into header (Picture 9). The wire passage hole
should be in a location that aligns with the cut out in the end cap (Picture 9).
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ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATION
AND CABLING
1.
Once the sensor is securely attached to header, cabling & wiring may be completed. Install the 10-pin connector
(Picture 10).
10
1 PWR
2 PWR
3 COM
4 NO
5 NC
6 N7 N+
CAUTION: IF HARDWIRING DIRECTLY TO
THE HMSS 7-PIN TERMINAL,
ENSURE THE PROPER WIRE
COLOR AND PIN NUMBER
CONNECTIONS ARE MADE
(SEE APPENDIX A).
10 PIN
10 PIN
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MECHANICAL
ADJUSTMENTS
1.
Once all installation, wiring and cabling procedures have been completed, mechanical adjustments can be made.
Please note that further adjustments may be required after powering and walk testing the detection field.
2.
Aside from placement on the header, the only mechanical adjustment that may be made to the sensor is the angle
adjustment. The HMSS is factory pre-set to the +5º position, but may be reduced to a 0º position or increased to a
10º position. The greater the angle, the farther from the door the pattern will be. The 0º angle should only be used
when the sensor is mounted to a HMSS Spacer block or to a soffit above the door that extends out from the face of
the safety side of the door – in this case, the 0º setting would improve the location of the detection field across the
threshold area of the doorway. It is recommended that for most applications, the unit be powered and wa k tested
at the pre-set 5º angle. After walk testing, if the detection field needs to be changed, then proceed with changes to
the angle setting as shown below.
3.
To change the angle setting the end caps, lenses, and center eye shield must be removed (as shown on page 2).
The terminal block must also be removed if it has been wired. Once removed release the white clips, as shown
below, and rotate outward to remove the PCB (Pictures 12 & 13).
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4.
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Once the PCB is completely removed from the housing, the angle position may be changed. There are two clips
per sensor and the angle must match for each clip on the same PCB. The positions are shown below.
5°
0°
10°
Factory Default
5.
Slide the left and right lens back into place (Picture 14) and proceed with power-up procedures. Leave the end
caps off until all final adjustments have been made.
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POWER-UP
PROCEDURES
1.
Upon completion of mechanical and electrical installation, apply 12 to 24 V AC / DC +/- 10% to the sensor, with the
door in the closed position. The HMSS will flash a green LED at a rate of 2 Hz, then it will expire upon a
successful set-up in the door-closed position.
NOTE: If applying the sensor to a door control that requires a learn cycle upon powering, it is recommended to
allow the doors to complete a learn cycle before applying power to the HMSS.
2.
Activate the door to the full open position. The sensor will once again flash the green LED and will execute a dooropen set-up. Upon completion of the set-up for the door-open position, the doors will begin closing. Normal
operation should resume thereafter. Proceed with fine-tuning to insure compliance with all applicable safety
standards (i.e. ANSI A156.10). If set-up is unsuccessful, refer to the Troubleshooting Guide at the end of this
Users Guide, and also to the guide located at the end of the respective lockout User’s Guide.
NOTE: Always be sure to refer to the applicable lockout User’s Guide for more detailed information.
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DOUBLE EGREES:
REDUCING
CROSS TALK
Perform the following set up using LCN’s remote control to reduce cross ta k between duel egress applications. Refer to
the Figure on page 2 to ensure the two HMSSs are installed with at least 40” of separation when measured between the
centerline of each sensor.
1.
Place doors in the hold open position. Unlock sensor and set open door Pattern Depth to 5 (Medium Pattern).
This sequence will turn off threshold IR while door is in open position. This function should be changed on both
sensors:
+
2.
then
+
The infrared frequency function may need to be changed. Change frequency on one of the sensors:
+
3.
+
+
then
+
Change to a different mode in applications where high gloss floors or multiple doors are installed in vestibules.
Change sensor one to:
+
+
then
+
then
+
Change sensor two to:
+
LCN’S UNIVERSAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
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The HMSS is fully compatible with LCN’s Remote Control as shown below. Use of the remote control should be
conducted within 10’ – 15’ of the sensor, and the remote should be pointed directly at the sensor when used. Refer to the
‘Programming Guide’ in the following section for each parameter and its values.
Additional program notes:
1.
The HMSS is capable of having two patterns (door closed and door open) that are independently
adjustable. Thus, when programming, it is necessary to adjust the pattern for door closed, and then to
adjust the pattern again when the door is open. The following functions may be independently adjusted
for each door position:
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2.
The following functions apply to both door closed and door open positions:
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Sensitivity
Pattern Width
Pattern Depth
Automatic Learn Time
Immunity
Frequency
Output Configuration
Door Control Mode
Hold Time
Interface Type
The immunity modes include Medium (Rain) and High (Snow). During these modes, learn time of the
sensor will not be affected. These modes affect the interpretation of the objects in the field of detection
relative to the background.
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PROGRAMMING
GUIDE –
GENERAL
FUNCTIONS
REMOTE
(8310-859)
Number Keys
Number keys (0 through 9) are
used for assigning a value for a
given function
Infrared Frequency
1
2
3
4
Interface
1: LO-Linx
2: LO21 - Old Style (LO21, B, K, P, U)
Mode
Normal
Normal
Quiet
Quiet
Frequency
Low
High
Low
High
See Note: Quiet Mode
Door Control
Unlock
1: Normal
(LED in normal mode)
2: Door permanently open
(red LED ON)
3: Door permanently closed
(red LED OFF)
Inquire
Lock
To UNLOCK the sensor:
Press the UNLOCK key once. Red
LED flashes slowly. If flashing fast,
see Note below.
Output
Configuration
To LOCK the sensor:
Press the LOCK key twice, OR
press once then followed by a 4digit lock code. If less than 4
digits, press lock again after the
last digit. LED goes out when
complete.
1 – Normally Open Relay
2 – Normally Closed Relay
Setup
To INQUIRE the sensor:
Unlock the sensor, press the
desired function key, followed by
the INQUIRY key – the number of
green flashes corresponds to the
value.
Note: If sensor is locked, but code
is unknown, power the sensor off
and then back on. Press the
UNLOCK key within 60 seconds.
Re-lock with 0000. This is the
default code. Sensor will unlock
with one press of the unlock key,
when set to 0000.
launch a quick setup
restore factory defaults
Hold Tme
0 (0.5s) → 9 (9s)
launch a closed door setup
launch an open door setup
See AUTOMATIC SETUP
AUTOMATIC SETUP: When performing an automatic setup (setup key pressed twice in a row), the sensor will begin to flash
green during the door closed position, and will continue to do so until the door is activated to the open
position. The LED will then go out and the door will close. The LED will flash green again at the closed
position until a setup is complete. Upon the next activation, the sensor will launch another setup for the
open door position, and will begin normal operation thereafter.
QUIET MODE: The QUIET mode uses a different pulsing pattern to avoid interference with other infrared systems. The
NORMAL mode transmits more energy and detects slightly in a more crisp fashion. The NORMAL mode is
recommended for installations with only one door.
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PROGRAMMING
GUIDE – PATTERN
ADJUSTMENTS
Sensitivity
Door Open-Closed
0 (min) → 9 (max) (default 7 for
door open, default 6 for door
closed)
Pattern Width
Door Open or
Closed
1: Wide (closed door)
2 : Middle (open door)
3 : Asymmetric Left Narrow
4 : Asymmetric Right Narrow
5 : Narrow Left
6 : Narrow Right
7 : Asymmetric Left Wide
8 : Asymmetric Right Wide
9 : Center Narrow
See PATTERN WIDTH or DEPTH
Automatic Learn
Time
0: 30 seconds
1: 1 minute
2: 2 minutes
3: 3 minutes
4: 5 minutes
5: 7 minutes
6: 10 minutes
7: 15 minutes
8: 10 seconds
9: Infinity – no learn
Immunity
1: Low (Normal)
2 : Medium - Rain (Disregards more
floor disturbances)
3 : High - Snow (Disregards greatest
floor disturbances)
Pattern Depth
1: Deep – Threshold ON
2 : Medium – Threshold ON (open)
3 : Limited – Threshold ON
4 : Deep – Threshold OFF
5 : Medium – Threshold OFF (closed)
6 : Limited – Threshold OFF
See THRESHOLD
See PATTERN WIDTH or DEPTH
THRESHOLD: The Threshold is always OFF when the door is closed.
PATTERN WIDTH OR DEPTH: When pattern width or depth is changed, a setup of the new pattern size will automatically be
triggered once a value key has been pressed.
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MANUAL
(NON-REMOTE)
SET-UP
Without the LCN Remote Control, the HMSS may be set up using the manual push buttons (see diagram below)
located under the right end cap. ONLY THE SENSITIVITY, RELAY MODE, AUTO-LEARN TIME, PATTERN
WIDTH, AND PATTERN DEPTH MAY BE ADJUSTED WITH THE MANUAL PUSH BUTTONS. To adjust the
sensor, complete the following:
PB1
PB2
1.
To start the set-up process, press PB1 (for less than 2 seconds)
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The set-up function will be launched according to the current door position. The green LED will flash at
2+/- Hz for 10 seconds. This LED will stop flashing once a successful set-up is achieved.
If there is an interruption to the field of detection during this procedure, the green LED will flash at a slower
rate. Press PB1 to re-launch the set-up.
2.
To change the detector’s parameters, press PB1 (for more than 2 seconds), then release.
3.
Press either PB1 or PB2. The LED will immediately flash red, followed by a sequence of green flashes.
4.
The red flashes indicate the parameter and the green flashes indicate the setting of the particular parameter.
NOTE: Pressing PB1 will toggle between the parameters and pressing PB2 will toggle between the range of
adjustments for that particular setting. Once you achieve the highest adjustment, the value will roll
over to the lowest setting, upon the next press of PB2. A zero value will result in no flash of the LED.
To exit manual set-up, simply wait 20 seconds or press PB1 for more than 2 seconds. Replace the
right end cap back on the sensor.
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Use the chart below as a reference for the manual set-up process.
RED LED
STATUS
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PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
GREEN LED STATUS
1 Red Flash
1
Sensitivity (Door open)
0 – 9 Green Flashes (default = 7)
2 Red Flashes
2
Sensitivity (Door closed)
0 – 9 Green Flashes (default = 6)
3 Red Flashes
3
Output Configuration
1 – 2 Green Flashes (default = 1)
4 Red Flashes
4
Auto Learn Time
0 – 9 Green Flashes (default = 0)
5 Red Flashes
5
Pattern Width (Door Open)
0 – 9 Green Flashes (default = 2)
6 Red Flashes
6
Pattern Width (Door Closed)
0 – 9 Green Flashes (default = 1)
7 Red Flashes
7
Pattern Depth (Door Open)
1 – 6 Green Flashes (default = 1)
8 Red Flashes
8
Pattern Depth (Door Closed)
1 – 6 Green Flashes (default = 1)
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BODYGUARD
WIDTH
PATTERNS
st
1 Row of Infrared
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
2 Row of Infrared
13
14
15
16
17
18
3 Row of Infrared
19
20
21
22
23
24
4 Row of Infrared
Threshold
(1) Wide Pattern
(2) Middle Pattern
rd
th
(3) Asymmetric Left Narrow
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
(4) Asymmetric Right Narrow
(5) Left Narrow
(6) Right Narrow
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
(7) Asymmetric Left Wide
BODYGUARD
DEPTH
PATTERNS
nd
(8) Asymmetric Right Wide
(9) Center Narrow
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
Row 1 (spots 1 through 6), remain on, even during the closed door position
(1) Deep
(2) Middle
(3) Limited
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
19
20
21
22
23
24
NOTE: When the sensor is mounted at 7’, each block on the pattern charts shown above equates to a size of
approximately 14” x 14”. Pattern sizes shown are only as an approximation. Always walk-test the
pattern once complete, to insure compliance with all applicable safety and performance standards.
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BODYGUARD
DEPTH
PATTERNS
(Continued)
Row 1 (spots 1 through 6), are on during open door position and off during closed door position.
(4) Deep Without Row 1
TROUBLESHOOTING
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(5) Middle Without Row 1
(6) Limited Without Row 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
10
11
12
7
8
9
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15
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18
13
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18
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24
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24
19
20
21
22
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24
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
HMSS will not set-up upon
initial powering
1. Improper input voltage
2. Sensor is in detection
3. Potential interferences from high
intensity lighting
1. Check terminals 1 & 2 for proper voltage
24 V AC/DC + 10%.
2. Make certain that the field of detection is all
clear during the set-up and that all lenses
are installed on the sensor. If detection is
encountered upon initial set-up, the sensor
will continuously flash Green at + 2 Hz. The
sensor will also not set-up if permanent
stationary objects are extremely close to the
sensor. Ensure that, not only is the
detection field all clear, but that the sensor
is mounted properly (using the HMSS
Spacer if necessary).
3. Ensure that no high intensity lighting is in
the immediate area of the sensor.
Door will not open once setup has been completed.
1. HMSS is in detection.
2. Improper wiring
3. Lockout safety beams are in
detection
4. Improper relay output configuration
1. Ensure that there is no detection occurring
at the sensor. If the Red LED is on steady,
there is detection. Make sure there have
been no changes in the field of detection
since set-up. If permanent changes have
occurred, launch a new set-up and re-test
door.
CAUTION: THERE POSSIBLY MAY BE NO
SAFETY ON THE DOOR WHEN
THIS TEST IS PERFORMED.
2. Remove the output wires (common,
normally open, normally closed) from the
Bodyguard. Activate the door control, if the
door opens, the fault exists with the sensor
or related wiring. If door does not open, the
faults may exist with the door control or it’s
related wiring.
3. Ensure proper relay output setting. Refer to
page 6. Typically, relay setting should be
‘Normally Open’. This means the relay
would close upon detection.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
(Continued)
PROBLEM
HMSS repeatedly relearns the environment
with each door position.
HMSS is not reacting to
the remote control
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Improper data from the lockout
device
2. Data polarity at the sensor is
incorrect
1. Allow the door to open in the automatic
mode. Unlock the HMSS and launch a
setup by pressing the Setup key, followed
by the number 2. If the sensor does not
begin flashing green, and instead goes
back to a red indication, improper data
exists. Refer to respective lockout User’s
Guide for troubleshooting.
2. Check for proper polarity at terminal 6 and
7. The negative wire from the lockout
(white) should be connected to terminal 6,
and the red/white striped wire from the
lockout should connect at terminal 7.
‰ HELPFUL HINT: If faulty data is suspected,
simply power the door to the open position
(by activation OR with the use of a hold
open switch). While the door is open,
unlock the sensor, and press the setup key,
followed by the number 2. If the sensor
goes back to a red LED (as opposed to
flashing the green LED to indicate a setup),
there is a strong probability that the data is
incorrect. Refer then to the respective
lockout User’s Guide for troubleshooting
help.
1. Batteries in the remote control are
dead.
2. Distance between sensor and
remote is too far.
1. Replace batteries in the remote control
2. Move in closer to the sensor when
programming.
3. If remote control fails, manual programming
procedures may have to be used (See Pg 8).
‰ HELPFUL HINT: Use LCN’s Spotfinder to
test the output of the remote control. Simply
point the remote at the IR Spot on the
Spotfinder, press the Unlock key on the
remote, and red LED should illuminate.
ACCESSORIES
HMSS SPACER
(8310-877S)
COMPANY
CONTACT
HMSS QUICK
DISCONNECT HARNESS
(8310-846)
Do not leave problems unresolved. If a satisfactory cannot be achieved after troubleshooting a problem, please contact
LCN at 1-800-526-2400. If you must wait for the following workday to call, leave the door inoperable until satisfactory
repairs can be made. Never sacrifice the safe operation of the automatic door or gate for an incomplete solution.
For more information, visit www.lcn.ingersollrand.com.
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APPENDIX A
1.
If hardwiring directly to the HMSS 7-Pin terminal, ensure the proper wire color and pin number connections
are made.
A
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Pin 1
(WHITE)
A
PIN # C OL OR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
White
Black
Brown
Blue
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Red
Green
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Connection 7-Pin Terminal
12 to 24 V AC / DC +/- 10%
24 to 24 V AC / DC +/- 10%
Common
Normally Open
Normally Closed
Data Data +
Wire Color 7-Pin Terminal
Black
White
Brown
Blue
Green
Red
WIRING TO HEADER MOUNTED SAFETY SENSOR 7-PIN
TERMINAL FOR LCN CONTROLLER / CABLE (8310-846)
FIGURE 1
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APPENDIX B
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