WIRELESSBAND 2.cdr

WIRELESSBAND 2.cdr
Instruction
Manual
( WIRELESS BAND 2.0)
TRANSMITTER
3
6
4
6
5
GENERAL
RECEIVER
Radio transmission system for resistive safety edges (8K2), contacts (0 Ohms) and optical safety edges (Low power).
The system consists of a transmitter unit and a receiver unit.
The system is fully compatible with the existing 1 channel wirelessband
2
4
Important:
- The system has no fuse protection. It is advisable to include a fuse protection of minimum 100mA and maximum 250mA into the external
Power.
5
7
1
START-UP
WirelessBand transmitter and receiver must be mounted on separate surfaces.
2
3
1234567-
1
123456-
Terminals
Battery 1
Battery 2
Programming LED
DIP - Switch
Push button
Terminals
Programming LED
Push button
DIP - Switch
Relays LED
Buzzer
Resistor output bridge selectors
1.- Insert the enclosed batteries into the transmitter
2.- Connect receiver to supply voltage. (Note correct polarity for DC.)
3.- Check switch settings (See Table 1)
4.- Carry out programming steps.(See Code Memorization Process. Page 2) Transmitter and receiver are now matched to one another.
5.- If you are using an optical safety edge turn ON the option selector nº2 (See Table 1) and program the optical option (See below)
6.- Install transmitter on gate.
7.- Wire safety edge to transmitter (See Table 2).
8.- Install receiver at designated location.
9.- Wire supply voltage, test input and output to control unit (See Table 2).
10.- Switch on the power supply.
11.- Carry out test by activating the connected safety edge in different gate positions, particularly the open and closed positions.
12.- A minimum distance of 1m must be observed between the transmitter and receiver.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Receiver supply voltage
Transmitter supply voltage
Transmitter inputs
Transmitter Inhibition input type
Receiver memory
Receiver Output
Receiver test inputs
Type
Receiver Power consumption
Ball pressure test (IEC 695-10-2)
Pollution degree
Protection class (IEC 60529)
Frequency Channels
Range
Working temperature
Software
Rated transient over voltage
Transmitter power consumption
Machine Security Normative
12/24 AC/DC
2x AA lithium battery 3.6V
Selectable by dip-switch and prog.
1 Resistive / contact /optical
1 Resistive / contact
Power free contact
7 transmitters per channel
2 Relay, micro disconnection 1B
or power free contact
2
- 12/24V AC/DC , contact, open collect.
0.5 W - 12 V / 1,2 W - 24 V
PCB (125ºC) WRAP (75ºC)
2
IP67
868.95MHz & 869.85MHz
100m
-35ºC to +55ºC
Class A
330V
Transmitting 17mA / stand by 16uA
954-1 Category 2
LOW POWER OPTICAL SAFETY EDGE PROGRAMMING
Before starting the procedure, please read all the steps carefully.
1.- Turn ON option selector nº2 (input 2 as resistive/Optical safety edge)
2.- Connect, the Low Power Optical Safety Edge, power supply into Vcc terminal.
3.- Connect the Optical output signal to terminals 4 and 5 ( See Table 1)
4.- During the first 10 sec. start up, the programming LED flashes 5 times indicating that Input 2 is configured as a resistive safety edge. If the
Programming LED flashes 2 times indicates that Input 2 is configured as optical safety edge. If you dont want to change the configuration, wait
until the programing LED makes 1 flash indication the start-up exit.
5.- To configure Input 2 as low power optical safety edge input press the programing button for 1,5s sec, during the first 10 secs before the
start-up flash exit. The programming LED flashes 5 time or 2 times depending on the previous configuration and then one LED flash indicates
the start-up exit.
5.- To check or change the configuration again, disconnect power suply and follow the steps 4 to 6.
- Now the In2 terminal is configured as a low power optical safety edge.
BATTERY LIFE
Battery life of nearly 10 years at -20ºC without optical safety edge, and is increased if the system works at higher temperatures. if you are using
optical safety edge and give a 2 years battery life. (In order to maintain the battery live is highly recommended to connect the transmitter
inhibition input - See INBIBITOR INPUT page 4)
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Instruction
Manual
( WIRELESS BAND 2.0)
TRANSMITTER OPTION SELECTOR (Table 1)
OPTION 1 - IN 1 SAFETY EDGE TYPE
ON
Resistive safety edge (8k2)
OFF
Contact safety edge (0 Ohms)
OPTION 2 - IN 2 SAFETY EDGE TYPE
ON
Resistive (8k2) or Optical(Low Power)* safety edge
OFF
Contact safety edge (0 Ohms)
OPTION 3 - TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY
ON
Frequency 869,85 MHz, setting MUST match that of receiver
OFF
Frequency 868,95 MHz, setting MUST match that of receiver
* Must be done with the programming button in the start-up (see programming
detail for optical safety edges)
RECEIVER OPTION SELECTOR (Table 2)
OPTION 1 - CLASS 2
ON
Class 2 enabled. Standard setting for safety operation.
OFF
Class 2 disabled
OPTION 2 - TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY
ON
Frequency 869,85 MHz
OFF
Frequency 868,95 MHz
OPTION 3 - RECEIVER TEST TYPE
ON
Normally Open contact
OFF
Normally Close contact
OPTION 4 - AUTOMATIC FREQUENCY AGILITY
ON
Automatic frequency Agility enabled
OFF
Automatic frequency Agility disabled
PROGRAMMING PROCESS
CODE MEMORIZATION
1.
2.3.4.5.6.7.-
Press PROG button for 1,5 sec.
On hearing the acoustic signal stop pressing as the receiver will be logged into the memorizing code process.
Prog. LED will be turned on indicating that you are programming transmitters.
From this moment received transmitters will be memorized.
In order to memorize push PROG button on the transmitter.
The memorization of a code is acknowledge with one acoustic signal.
The receiver will exit from memorization code process automatically after 10 seconds from the last transmitter input. This will be indicated
with two acoustic signals.
MEMORY RESET
1.- Press PROG button for 3,5 seconds.
2.- After 1,5 seconds one acoustic signal will be heard indicating that you have entered the code memorization mode, maintain the button
pressed.
3.- After 3,5 seconds you will hear several acoustic signals for 10 secs.
4.- Stop pressing the button.
5.- The WirelessBand will have reset all transmitters.
6.- The System remains in memorization process, ready to receive new transmitters
MEMORY FULL INDICATOR
In case of full memory you will hear several acoustic signals for 10 seconds upon trying to memorize a new transmitter.
The system can store 7 transmitters per channel.
LOW BATTERY INDICATOR
Low battery indication consists on 4 acoustic sounds each time a message is received from a programmed transmitter. Both, warning LED and
buzzer are set on simultaneously.
OPTION 5 - RELATED OUTPUTS
ON
Related
OFF
Not related
CLASS 2:
- It is very important that the selected frequency coincides with the
transmitter. Otherwise the system will not work.
- With class 2 Disabled the current consumption is less. This is the
perfect setting for storing the product (5uA class 2 disabled to 15uA
class 2 enabled).
- Every 5 seconds there is a transmission.
- If no signal is received during 15 seconds, receiver relays goes to
security estate.
- Receiver test only checks the relay.
- Receiver will not work until all programmed transmitters are identified.
WARNING!!
- Installation, startup, modification and retrofitting of the system may only be carried out by an electrician.
- Switch off the operating voltage before working on the system.
- The control unit may only be used to protect against dangers at crushing and shearing points on automatic sliding gates
(designated Use). Any other use is prohibited.
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Instruction
Manual
( WIRELESS BAND 2.0)
TRANSMITTER CONNECTIONS
CONNECTION EXAMPLES (TRANSMITTER)
4 5 6
INPUT 1
IN1 COM1
IN1 COM1
1 2
1 2
GREEN
BROWN
WHITE
CONFIGURATION
OUTPUT SIGNAL
IN2
5 VDC
VCC1
GND / 0V
COM2
OPTION 2 - ON
START-UP PROGRAMMING (See Page 1
- Low Power optical safety edge)
8K2
RESISTIVE
SAFETY
EDGE
CONTACT
Or
INPUT 2
COM2 IN2
4 5
4 5
Optical Low Power Safety Edge
COM2 IN2 VCC
COM2 IN2
4 5 6
CONNECTION EXAMPLES (RECEIVER)
TEST INPUT: CONTACT NO / NC
TEST INPUT: NPN /PNP
Vcc
8K2
RESISTIVE
SAFETY
EDGE
9 10
COM2 IN2 Power
Suply
OPTICAL (optical)
CONTACT
Or
9 10 2
9 10
NPN
Or
12/24DC
12/24DC
INHIBITOR
12/24AC
TST1
INH COM
2 3
If you are using an optical
safety edge it is highly
recommended to use the
inhibitor. ( See page 4 )
TST1
TST1
COM.T1
COM.T1
9 10
9 10
COM.T1
9 10
PNP
12/24DC
12/24AC
TST1
COM.T1
12/24DC
TST1
TST1
COM.T1
COM.T1
INHIBITOR
BRIDGE SELECTOR: RESISTIVE 8K2 OUTPUT
RECEIVER CONNECTIONS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
8K2
12/24V
AC/DC
OUTPUT1
NC NO
8K2
8K2
OUTPUT2
NC NO
- Both relay outputs has the option to enable/disable the resistive 8K2 output and convert it to standard NC output.
- Connect or disconnect the relay bridge selector to enable or disable the resistive 8K2 output.
NPN
PNP
NPN
PNP
RELAY
TEST 1
RELAY
TEST 2
OUTPUT
NC NO
BRIDGE SELECTOR - Connected
OUTPUT
NC NO
BRIDGE SELECTOR - Disconnected
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Instruction
Manual
( WIRELESS BAND 2.0)
AFA (Automatic Frequency Agility)
RELATED OUTPUTS
This option is available to differentiate the state of relays when the 2 inputs are related and the two outputs must be related too.
OUTPUTS RELATED
OUTPUTS NOT RELATED
INPUT1
INPUT2
RELAY 1
INPUT1
RELAY 2
INPUT2
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
- The automatic Frequency Agility option is to solve spontaneous
interference in the communication channel.
- Enabling this option the whole system automatically changes the
frequency channel if an interference is detected.
- There are three different channels available.
INHIBITOR INPUT
INHIBITOR INPUT is used to inhibit the INPUT 2 signal and disconnect the power supply of the optical safety edge when is configured. This is useful to save battery life when the door is stoped. Otherwise if optical system
is configured and is not inhibited power supply is allways ON and battery life is drastically reduced.
When Inhibitor is active, input 2 signal is ignored and power supply terminal (Vcc) is turned off. Note that the system do not check if inhibitor signal is correct or wrong, user must check it or install a redundancy system to
avoid this type of problems.
This is useful in some applications:
- Where you have 2 sensors in the same door and one of this is for a
pedestrian door, could not be never inhibited.
Tipical connection:
Resistive Safety edge
8k2 / optical
Reed sensor/switch
INPUT 2
Wicket
door
8k2/ optical
Wicket door
switch
switch
GREEN
BROWN
WHITE
OUTPUT SIGNAL
5 VDC
GND / 0V
- In optical safety edges, to disable the power supply (by the inhibitor)
to save battery when the door is stopped
Optical Low Power Safety Edge
Open
OPEN
MAGNET
Half
CLOSE
MAGNET
REED
WIRELESS BAND
Optical SE
Wicket door
switch
Close
HALF
MAGNET
- In order to maintain the battery live is highly recommended to connect the transmitter inhibition input. That inhibits
the power supply apart from inhibit the signal when the door is not moving.
- If you do not connect the transmitter inhibitor the system will power supply constantly the optical safety edge.
This provoque an extra current consumption and could not maintain the battery life.
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