Model: FBC200 - Conqueror Doors

Model: FBC200 - Conqueror Doors
GARAGE DOOR
OPERATOR
USER’S MANUAL
Model: FBC200
GARAGE DOOR OPERATOR USER’
USER’S MANUAL
Model: FBC200
WARNING!
ONLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED TECHNICIANS
SHOULD ATTEMPT INSTALLATION OR SERVICE TO THIS
UNIT,
OTHERWISE,
SERIOUS
PERSONAL
DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.
INJURY,
GARAGE DOOR OPERATOR USER’S MANUAL
OUTLINE
1.
Safety instructions………………………………3
2.
Main features …………………………………3
3.
Technical specifications ………………………4
4.
Check …………………………………………4
5.
Installation and adjustment ……………………5
6.
Programming …………………………………9
7.
External terminal connections …………………15
8.
Maintenance …………………………………16
9. Troubleshooting ………………………………16
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1. Safety instructions
Carefully read and follow all safety precaution, warnings before attempting to install and use
this garage door operator, incorrect installation can lead to severe injury.
The installation should be carried out by a qualified technician.
To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the power cord from the mains power outlet before
doing any repairs or removing the cover.
The door operator must be grounded.
Before installation of the door operator, the door should be carefully checked for being
kept well balance. The door must be in good working order. Open and close the door
manually, make sure the door can be moved smoothly.
No one or vehicle is allowed to enter or leave the garage while the remoter is being
installed, do not allow children to play near the door.
Locate any fixed control: within sight of door but away from all moving parts of the door
and at a height of more than 1.5m above the ground to avoid children reaching it.
Keep remote controls away from children, to prevent the door operator from being
activated involuntarily.
When opening or closing the door, do not attempt to walk or drive through the door.
The door should only be operated when it can be observed to avoid accidents.
Install and adjust the manual release so that the handle hangs less than 1.5m above the
floor.
Our company reserves the right to change the design and specification without prior
notification.
Failure to comply with the instructions above may result in personal injury or property damage.
Our company does not accept responsibility for damage or injury resulting from installing this
operator.
2. Main features
The door operator is designed for garage door.
The control unit regulates all the necessary functions such as automatic lighting control,
automatic memory, automatic close, automatic reverse and photocell protection etc.,
extremely quiet and smooth operation.
Courtesy light will turns on in using and turns off after 3 minutes.
The operator memorizes the limit positions and unique braking system that slows the unit
down at the end of its travel. Soft start and soft stop control guarantees extremely smooth
and quiet operation.
Automatic reversion on obstruction during closing procedure.
The controller has a security LOCK function which prevents operation of the door from
transmitter.
In the event of power failure, the release device makes it possible to open and close the
door manually.
Hopping code remote control with max. 20 pcs hand transmitters.
Wiring terminals for battery, button switch, infrared photocell etc.
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3. Technical specifications
Model
FBC120
FBC180
FBC200
FBC220
Motor power
60 W
80 W
100 W
120 W
Lifting capacity
600 N
800 N
1000 N
1200 N
Max. door size
2
2
10 m
12 m
14 m
±
Power supply
220X(1 10%)V AC
Motor
2
16 m
2
50-60Hz
24VDC
º
º
≦90%
Ambient temperature
-20 C~+50 C
Working humidity
Courtesy light time
3 minutes
Radio frequency
433.92 MHz
Transmitter type
Rolling code
Transmitter battery
27A 12V
Bulb
24V 5W
Tools required
A ladder and Tape measure
Electric drill and assorted drill bits
Screwdriver
Spanner / Wrench
Multimeter / Test pen
Hacksaw / Cutter
Pliers / Hammer
Use a helper if possible to assist with the installation.
4. Check
After receiving the product, you should make an unpack-inspection, in which you should check
whether the product was damaged. If you have any problem please contact dealer.
4. Powerhead
bracket (x3)
2. Chain drive rail assembly (x1)
3. Shuttle&Manual release cord(x1)
1.Powerhead (x1)
5. Header bracket (x1)
Screw(M8x16mm)
6. Door bracket (x1)
Screw cap(M8)
7. L arm (x1)
Screw cap(M6) Screw(M6x22mm)
Screw(M8x55mm)
10. Screw / Screw cap / Pin and R pin
Fig.1
4
8. Straight arm (x1)
Pin
R pin
9. Angle iron (x1)
11. Transmitter (x2)
GARAGE DOOR OPERATOR USER’S MANUAL
5. Installation and adjustment
Step1
Check the door is in good working condition, manually open and close the door to make
sure the door operates smoothly and freely.
The door must be well balanced.
Check to see if there is a solid frame in the wall above the center of the door.
Close the door.
Measure the door width, mark the centerline of the door using a pencil, and extend the
line down to the door surface, then up the wall above the door.
Check the installation height of the operator. Slowly open garage door and observe the
highest point of door while moving. Close the door again and mark this highest point on
the wall, mark a horizontal line across the vertical centerline around 40mm above the
highest point. (Note: there should be 80mm space between this horizontal line to the
ceiling. If there is not enough space, please use the max height possible to allow the
40mm
header bracket to be fitted properly. )
Garage door
Fig.2
Highest point
Highest point
Tilt door
Sectional door
Fig.3
Fit the header bracket to the wall above the door, the centerline of the door should align
with the centerline of the bracket the bottom edge of the bracket should align with the
horizontal line. Fix the header bracket to the wall with expansion bolts.
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Centerline
40mm
Header bracket
Horizontal line
Hightest point of
garage door
Fig.4
Step 2
Insert the shuttle into the groove of the chain drive rail. Be sure it faces the right direction
(the release arm on the shuttle towards the power-head). Fasten the four screws
(M6x22mm).
Pin and R pin (x1)
M6x22mm Screw (x4)
Straight arm
The release arm
towards the powerhead.
Fig.5
Step 3
Place the power-head on the floor; add cardboard packing to protect the power-head from
scratching by the floor. Attach the power-head unit to the chain drive rail, make sure the
spindle is inserted into the chain drive, and then fix the brackets.
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M o u n tin g b r a c k e t ( N o t in c lu d e d in a c c e s s o rie s )
M 6 X 2 2 m m s c re w (x 2 )
M 6 s c re w c a p (x 2 )
P o w e rh e a d b ra c k e t
M 6 s c re w c a p (x 4 )
A n g le ir o n
S te e l r a il
M 8 X 1 6 m m s c re w ( x 2 )
M 8 s c re w c a p ( x 2 )
P o w e rh e a d u n it
Fig.6
Step 4
Close the door.
Place the operator in the center of the floor. Lift the front end of the rail up to the header
bracket that has been mounted above the garage door, insert the bolt and secure it with
nut see Fig.7.
M8 Expansion bolt (Not
included in accessories)
Header bracket
Bolt and nut
Fig.7
Step 5
Raise and support the power-head with a ladder and line up the rail with the centerline
marked on the door. The rail must be level.
Fix the rail to ceiling with mounting brackets (not included in accessories) and angle iron
see Fig.6, make sure that the rail is level. If necessary, Check the door does not touch any
part of the rail by opening or closing it manually.
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Fig.8
Step 6
Fix the door bracket on the top edge of the door with screws (M8X55) and screw caps (M8).
Link the L arm to the door bracket with pin and R pin. Link the straight arm to the shuttle with
pin and R pin, then connect L arm to straight arm with two screws (M8X16) and screw caps
(M8), ensure the door arm can be moved freely. See Fig.8, Fig.9 and Fig.10.
Pin and R pin(X1)
Door bracket
M8X16mm Screw(X2)
M8 Screw cap(X2)
M8x55 screw(X2)
M8 screw cap(X2)
L arm
Fig.9
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Shuttle
Straight arm
L arm
Door bracket
Fig.10
Manual operation
If the door has to be operated manually due to a power cut or malfunction of the automated
system, pull the release rope, open and close the door manually. To reconnect the door, move
the door by hand until it engages into the chain shuttle.
6. Programming
SET button: Mode set and Confirm function
CODE button: Transmitter code set and clear function
UP button: Up limit
DOWN button: Down limit
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
COD
Fig.11
With power on, the bulb will turn on about 2 seconds and then turn off. The LED will
display number from ’99’ to ’11’, when ‘▬ ▬’ appears on the LED display; the operator is
now in normal state.
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GARAGE DOOR OPERATOR USER’S MANUAL
UP
SET
E
COD
DO
W
N
E
COD
DO
W
N
E
COD
UP
SET
E
COD
SET
UP
SET
UP
DO
WN
DO
WN
Fig.12
Transmitter
Button 1, button 2, button 3: The remote control works in a single channel mode. With
each press of the remote control button which has been programmed, the gate will open,
stop, close or stop cycle.
Button 4: LOCK button
Button 1
Button 3
Button 2
Button 4
Fig.13
Adding extra transmitter (learn)
1. Press the CODE, ‘Su’ is indicated on the LED display.
2. Press the transmitter button which you want to use (button 1, 2, 3), then press the same
button again.
3. ‘Su’ on the LED display will flash.
4. ‘▬ ▬’ is indicated on the LED display, and then the learning process is finished.
Up to 20 transmitters may be used.
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UP
SET
DO
E
CO D
WN
Press the transmitter
button twice.
1
DO
WN
E
2
3
UP
SET
CO D
UP
SET
CO D
DO
E
WN
4
Fig.14
Deleting stored transmitters
1. Press and hold CODE, ‘Su’ is indicated on the LED display.
2. Do not release the button until ‘dL’ flashes.
3. ‘▬ ▬’ is indicated on the LED display, this indicates that all stored transmitters have been
deleted completely.
UP
SET
COD
COD
DO
W
E
1
N
2
UP
SET
CO
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
DO
W
DE
N
3
Fig.15
Open and Close limit
1. Press and hold SET four seconds until ‘P1’ is indicated on the LED display. The operator is
now in programming mode.
2. Press SET again, ‘OP’ is indicated on the LED display.
3. Press and hold UP to set the open limit, ‘OP’ on the LED display will flash, release the
button until the door has reached desired position.
4. Press SET to confirm the open limit position, the LED will now indicated the ‘CL’.
5. Press and hold DOWN to set the close limit, ‘CL’ on the LED display will flash, release the
button until the door has reached desired position.
6. Press SET to confirm the close limit position.
7. The door will now do a complete open & close cycle.
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UP
SET
COD
2
UP
COD
DOW
E
N
4
3
UP
SET
UP
SET
DOW
N
E
CO D
CO D
DO
WN
E
1
SET
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
CO D
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
COD
DO
WN
E
5
6
SET
The door will do a complete open
&close cycle.
7
CO D
E
UP
DO
W
N
Fig.16
Adjusting obstruction force sensitivity
If the door meets an obstruction during closing, it will stop and reverse about 15cm~20cm.
1. Press and hold SET four seconds until ‘P1’ is indicated on the LED display.
2. Press UP button, ‘P2’ is indicated on the LED display.
3. Press the SET, the unit is now in force adjustment mode. Note: the factory preset is F5.
4. Press UP to increase force setting, maximum force setting is level 9 (F9). Press DOWN to
decrease force, minimum force setting is level 1(F1).
5. Press SET to confirm.
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UP
S ET
COD
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
COD
DO
WN
E
1
2
Decrease force
UP
SET
UP
SET
DO
WN
DE
CO
DO
WN
DE
CO
3
4
Increase force
UP
S ET
DO
WN
E
COD
5
Fig.17
Infrared photocell
1. Press and hold SET four seconds until ‘P1’ is indicated on the LED display.
2. Press UP button twice until ‘P3’ is indicated on the LED display.
3. Press the SET. The factory preset is ‘H0’.
4. Press UP (‘H1’ will display) to enable the photocell. Press DOWN (‘H0’ will display) to
disable the photocell.
5. Press SET to confirm the setting.
UP
SET
DO
E
COD
1
DO
E
COD
DO
4b
DO
4a
UP
SET
WN
UP
SET
E
COD
WN
3
E
C OD
DO
2
UP
SET
UP
SET
E
COD
WN
DO
5
Photocell disable
Fig.18
13
Photocell enable
UP
SET
E
COD
WN
WN
WN
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Automatic closing (1~9 minutes adjustable)
1. Press and hold SET four seconds until ‘P1’ is indicated on the LED display.
2. Press UP button three times until ‘P4’ is indicated on the LED display.
3. Press the SET. The factory preset is ‘b0’.
4. Press UP or DOWN to set auto close time (b0-b9). Press UP to increase timer, press
DOWN to decrease timer. Note: To disable auto close set timer to ‘b0’.
5. Press SET to confirm the setting.
NOTE: Automatic closing is available only when the door is in fully opened position.
UP
SET
COD
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
DO
E
COD
1
WN
2
Decrease time
UP
SET
COD
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
DO
WN
E
COD
4
3
Increase time
UP
SET
DOW
N
E
COD
5
Fig.19
Door lock mode
1. Press and hold SET four seconds until ‘P1’ is indicated on the LED display.
2. Press UP button four times until ‘P5’ is indicated on the LED display.
3. Press the SET. The factory preset is ‘UL’.
4. Press UP to enable the door lock (‘LC’ will display). Press DOWN to disable to door lock
(‘UL’ will display).
5. Press SET to confirm the setting.
NOTE: LOCK function is available only when the door is in fully closed position.
After setting DOOR LOCK function, the transmitter locked, you need press button 4 of
transmitter to unlock, and then press the other buttons to operate the door.
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UP
SET
C OD
DO W
E
UP
SET
CO D
N
DO W
N
E
1
2
UP
SET
CO D
DO
E
UP
SET
WN
C OD
DO
E
3
4a
UP
SET
CO D
4b
Door lock enable
UP
SET
DO
WN
E
CO D
WN
DO
WN
E
5
Door lock disable
Fig.20
7. External terminal connections
J1
Motor
Tighten the two screws
Tachometer
R32 R31R44R30 R45C27
R25 R24 C25 Q1 Q3
J2
C29
D1
R33
R23
D4
D8
C15
R22
R12 Q5 Q6 R13
UR1
BAT
C28 R28
UV3
J1
R11 Q4 ZD4 R9
UV1
R26
C11
Q2
C4
C9
U3
UV2
RL1
D3
LAMP
C24
F1
3
Lamp
AC24V/IN
SW1
RL2
R21
+24V PE GND PB RECEIVER
Button switch
U4
T1
D7
1
U2
T2
RL3
R10 C7 R37 R38
C18
J8
R34 R4 R3 R8 C16 R7 R5 C17 R6
ZD3
U6
C8 R1
C3 R17 ZD1ZD2 R2 C1
R15
C26 R29 R27 R40 R39
D5
J7
R18
J6
Transformer
J4
J9
C10
C19
VC1
D6
(Black)
(Red)
Infrared
photocell
Fig.21
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8. Maintenance
Check the door once a month. The door should be carefully checked for balance. The
door must be in good working order.
Check and add lubricant regularly.
The auto-reverse function should be regularly inspected, and adjusted if necessary. For
service, call an experienced serviceman.
We suggest for safety reasons, photocells be used on all doors.
Disconnect from mains supply before replacing bulb.
Be sure to read the entire manual before attempting to perform any installation or service
to the door operator.
9. Troubleshooting
Trouble
Possible causes
The door fails to open and
close. LED display does not
light.
Solutions
1. Power is OFF.
1. Make sure that power is ON.
2. Fuse blown.
2. Replace fuse.
After program the open and
1. The screws on the tachometer
close limit, the motor fails to
(on motor) are loose.
work.
2. Open and close limit.
1. Tighten the two screws. See
Fig.21
2. Reprogram the open and
close limit.
Infrared photocell function is
Make sure the infrared photocell
The door can open but fails
enabled, but the photocell has
function is disabled. Remove
to close.
not been installed or infrared
obstructions
beam is obstructed.
transmitter and receiver.
or
aligning
the
Remote control does not
1. Battery level may be low.
work.
2. Transmitter
1. Replace the battery inside the
transmitter.
2.Re-program the transmitter.
Battery level may be low.
Replace battery.
The
transmitter
operating
distance becomes short or
indicator
light
on
the
transmitter begins to dim.
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