Low Energy Swing Door Automatic Operator

Low Energy Swing Door Automatic Operator
Low Energy Swing Door Automatic Operator
INSTALLATION GUIDE
For Surface Mounted Applications
IMPORTANT
READ THIS SECTION BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH INSTALLATION
Security Door Controls (hereafter referred to as “SDC”) recommends that its automated pedestrian door
products be installed by a trained automatic door technician and that the resulting performance of the
product be in full compliance with the most current version of the American National Standards Institute
(ANSI) document A156.19 as well as any applicable building codes and/or fire codes. SDC further recommends
that a full inspection of the operating system be performed in accordance with the guidelines of the American
Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers (AAADM). This inspection must be performed by a certified
AAADM trained inspector. SDC recommends this documented inspection be performed upon completion of
the installation, as well as following the completion of every service call thereafter. If service is not performed
within one year of the previous service action, a routine AAADM inspection should be performed and
documented. Under no circumstance should the product operate for more than one year without an AAADM
inspection. SDC does NOT recommend installation or service, on any of their automated pedestrian door
products, by any individual who is not certified as an AAADM inspector.
Following the installation or service of any SDC automated pedestrian door product, if it is deemed unsafe, or
is operating in an unsatisfactory manner according to national performance standards or recommended
performance guidelines as defined by SDC, repairs should be made immediately. If an immediate repair cannot
be made, the product should be disabled, and appropriate measures should be taken to secure the door in a
safe position or to enable the door to safely be used manually. During this situation, every effort should be
made to notify the owner (or person responsible) of the condition and to advise on corrective actions that
must be taken to return the product to safe operation.
LOW ENERGY APPLICATION NOTE
When using the Auto EntryControl™ Series, SDC recommends the use of a door-mounted presence sensor, like
the SDC Auto-IR™, on the approach side of the door to be used as a secondary activation device. This type of
sensor can be installed at time of installation or can also be retrofitted. This device serves to re-activate the
door to the open position should a person enter into the closing path at the approach side of the door, as it is
closing. Once the door is fully closed, a "knowing act" device must then be used for initial activation. SDC
considers this device to be essential in reducing the possibility of doors "timing out" and closing before all
pedestrians have passed though the doorway.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Page(s)
IMPORTANT
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4
5-8
9-10
11-17
18-19
20-22
23
24
25
26-29
30
31-32
32-37
38
39-40
Contents
READ IMPORTANT NOTICE BEFORE BEGINNING THE
INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT
Important Notice
Product Description & Specifications
STEP 1: Header Backplate Installation
STEP 2: Re-mounting Operator Control Assembly
STEP 3: Install The Arm Assembly - Standard Applications
STEP 4: Adjusting The Mechanical Stops
STEP 5: Setting The Dip Switches
STEP 6: Wiring Connections
STEP 7: Adjusting The Control
STEP 8: 120 VAC Connection
STEP 9: Power On & Tune-In
Troubleshooting
Appendix - Adjusting The Chain Tensioner
Appendix – Wiring Diagrams
Appendix - Lock Relay Function
Appendix - Fire rated Door Application
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION & SPECIFICATIONS
The SDC Auto EntryControl™ Low Energy Swing Door Operator provides safe and reliable point of entry door
control featuring a state-of-the-art microprocessor-based controller with electro-mechanical drives. The unit is
self-tuning and self-learning while offering non-handed operation, full mechanical stops, and a variety of
interface options for sensors, push-plates, fire alarms, and electrified locks. A versatile, slim-line design makes
it suitable for surface mounted (push/pull) applications.
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Current Consumption
115 VAC (+6%, -10%) 60Hz
Motor
Header Dimensions
24 VDC Permanent Magnet With Belt Driven Encoder
4-1/2” x 4-7/8” (l x w x d);
length: 39”/45”/51” for 36”/42”/48” opening, respectively
Fused Protection
Motor Assembly Weight
3.5A Fuse (“F1” located on I/O Board)
22 lbs. Per Operator Assembly
-4° to 131° F
IP23 (protection from spray water up to 60° from vertical)
100W
1A
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ingress Protection
Maximum Door Weight
PUSH ARM
36” Door: 438 lbs.
42” Door: 328 lbs.
48” Door: 254 lbs.
24 VDC Accessories Power Supply
24 VDC / 500 mA max.
Adjustable Speeds & Timers
Opening Speed
Closing Speed
Hold Open Time
Automatic
Hold Open
Manual (Off/Night)
Standard Selector Switch Functions
PULL ARM
342 lbs.
256 lbs.
198 lbs.
Standard Control Outputs
24 VDC Power Supply
Door Status (Fully Open and Fully Closed)
Malfunction Alarm Signal
Standard Control Inputs
Interior Activation
Exterior Activation
Emergency Shutdown
Fire Alarm Input
Safety Device Input (Door mounted presence sensor)
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STEP 1: HEADER BACKPLATE INSTALLATION
Remove the header front cover by removing
the 2 hex screws on the top & bottom of the
operator.
The motor assembly is factory mounted to
the slotted back plate using FIVE hex bolts.
The bolts attach to nuts that slide in the two
slotted tracks of the back plate.
The motor assembly should be removed before installing the backplate. NOTE: When you order a PULL or
PUSH operator, the motor assembly will be shipped from the factory in the appropriate PULL or PUSH
orientation. Take note of the orientation before removing the motor assembly (i.e. Is the motor towards
the inside of the housing or the edge of the housing)
To remove the motor assembly:
First, remove the single hex bolt and
washers located behind the transformer
(a ball end hex wrench is
recommended).
Disconnect the ON-Auto-OFF connector
from the board and unplug the molex
main power connector.
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Locate & loosen the 4 side hex bolts (see below). NOTE: One of the four hex bolts is fastened to the green
ground wire of the power connector. This bolt will need to be removed temporarily to disconnect the green
wire.
Slide the bolts away from the motor assembly allowing the assembly to be removed.
r
Do
o
o
Do
r
or
Do
Do
or
Determine the handing of the door.
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The backplate will mount with the edge nearest the spindle cutout towards to the hinge.
HINGE
Mount the backplate to the top door frame using 5 or 6 of the screws provided, or use appropriate fasteners
for the type of frame. Install reinforcement as required.
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Push side mounting: Bottom of the backplate is flush with bottom of the door frame. For hollow metal
applications, drop 1/8”below the frame.
Pull side mounting: Bottom of the backplate is mounted 1.5” up from bottom door frame.
For a 36” opening, backplate should overlap each hinge jamb tube by 1.5”.
Refer to the APPENDIX for fire rated door applications.
REINFORCEMENT
AS REQ’D (BY OTHERS)
PUSH-ARM APPLICATIONS:
Bottom of operator header is flush with
bottom of top frame.
6-½” Typ.
w/ 35mm
spindle
1"
2"
CL
DOOR
SWING
8" MAX REVEAL
NOTE:
A 35 mm spindle adaptor is included with all
standard push arm applications. This
requires that the header assembly be
mounted as shown at left, flush with bottom of
frame face.
SECTION VIEW – PUSH (N.T.S)
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8-1/4” Typ.
w/ 20mm
spindle
PULL ARM APPLICATIONS: Bottom of
operator is mounted 1.5” up from the
bottom side of top door frame
1-½”
2-1/4"
DOOR
SWING
0" REVEAL
SECTION VIEW – PULL
(Aluminum & Glass Door – N.T.S)
Backplate should overlap hinge jamb tube by 1.5” (See figure below).
1-
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STEP 2: RE-MOUNT THE MOTOR ASSEMBLY
The orientation of the motor assembly will depend on the door handing & application (see below).
PUSH APPLICATION
(I/O board towards the hinge)
Auto Operator
Auto Operator
RHR
LHR
Hinge
Do
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r
or
Do
Do
or
or
Do
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Before reinstalling the motor, take notice of the location of the 4 mounting hex bolts, and the nut for the 5th
mounting bolt
Place and Hold the motor assembly up to the header, allowing it rest on the slotted tracks.
Slide in the 4 outer hex bolts and tighten loosely. Slide the entire assembly left or right to line up the 5th hex
bolt nut with the mounting hole from the bolt removed on page 5 (near the transformer). Reinsert the hex
bolt and washers removed on page 5.
Temporarily remove one of the mounting hex bolts and washers from the I/O board side of the assembly to
allow the ground wire ring connector to be reconnected.
After all 5 hex bolts have been inserted, reposition the whole assembly so that the spindle attachment point
is centered with the spindle cutout, as shown on the bottom of page 5. Secure the motor assembly by
tightening all 5 hex bolts.
Reconnect the ON-Auto-OFF connector to the I/O board and the molex main power connector.
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STEP 3: INSTALL THE ARM ASSEMBLY - STANDARD
APPLICATION
PUSH ARM ASSEMBLY:
1. Secondary Arm With Sleeve
2. Spindle Adaptor
3. Primary Arm
4. Spindle/Arm Attachment Screw
5. Pivot Stud (Pre-assembled)
6. Secondary Arm Attachment
Screws with Dimple Washers
7. Spindle Adaptor Bolt
8. Door Shoe
See Arm Installation instructions included with each
arm for assembly details
PULL ARM ASSEMBLY:
1. End caps
2. Slide Track
3. Slide Block Sub-Assembly
4. Slide Blocks
5. Slide Block Separator
6. Slide Block Stud
7. Primary Arm
8. Spindle adaptor Bolt
9. Spindle Adaptor/Arm Attachment
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Follow the instructions listed below for a standard arm application using a "push" or a "pull" application.
PUSH ARM APPLICATION
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Ensure the main power supply is removed or shut off at the control.
Hinge
13-½”
16”
DOOR
DOOR
Auto Operator
Auto Operator
HINGE HUNG
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Pivot
CENTER
PIVOTED
Prior to beginning the push arm installation, gather the following information about the application:
o Door configuration (Hinge Hung or Center Pivoted)
o Reveal distance (inches)
The door shoe and short arm comes pre-assembled - it is not necessary to take the assembly apart.
Use the chart below to determine the prescribed length of the secondary arm assembly and note the
dimensions.
Reveal
Hinge Hung X Dim. Center Pivot X Dim.
0"
13"
16"
1"
14"
17"
2"
15"
18"
3"
16"
19"
4"
17"
20"
5"
18"
21"
6"
19"
7"
20"
8"
21"
FOR DEEPER REVEAL DISTANCES UP TO 13”, USE ARM EXT.
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Before installing any portion of the door arm assembly, it is easiest to lay the arm out on a flat
surface and insert the secondary and primary arm into the sleeve as it will be when installed on the
door:
o Slide the short arms within the sleeve to obtain the prescribed "X" dimension. If the reveal falls
between two of the values on the chart, use (Reveal + 13”) for hinge hung doors, or (Reveal + 16”)
for Center Pivot doors
o Tighten the screws on the short arm that is connected to the door shoe.
o Double-check the "X" dimension of the arm - this is the distance between the center of the hole
at the door shoe and the center of the hole at the pivot point of the primary arm (as shown).
o Mark a pencil line at the edge of the sleeve where it overlaps the short arm that is connected to
the primary arm. This will make it easier when positioning the primary arm for final installation.
o After marking the line, remove the primary arm assembly only from the sleeve.
PUSH ARM
PRIMARY ARM
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Install the door shoe per the door hinge / pivot configuration:
Hinge
o
13-½”
16”
DOOR
DOOR
Auto Operator
Pivot
Auto Operator
HINGE HUNG
CENTER
PIVOTED
o
o Hinge Hung Doors: Centerline of door shoe at 13.5" in from inside of hinge jamb
o Center Pivot Doors: Centerline of door shoe at 16" in from inside of pivot jamb
o The horizontal centerline of the door shoe will be at 2" below the bottom of the backplate
o Do NOT install the primary arm until instructed to do so
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Attach the spindle to the primary arm:
Insert the large hex bolt and washer into the spindle
adaptor
Then, horizontally slide the adaptor
onto the primary arm until the two
mounting holes of spindle line up
with the corresponding holes on the
primary arm. The spindle is intended
to fit tightly. Secure the spindle
using the two small hex bolts.
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Insert the primary door arm and spindle adaptor into the operator at a position where the
primary arm is approximately 10-15 degrees from perpendicular, in the direction of the hinge.
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Tighten the spindle adaptor to the operator
Turn & Slide the primary short arm into the sleeve to the pencil marked position. Tighten the
hex screws within the sleeve once complete
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With the door closed, the secondary arm should be at
approximately 90 degrees to the face of the door as
shown - it is not imperative that the arm be at this
"exact" position
Upon final installation of door arm assembly, press SW1
to launch a new setup - this is required for the control to
learn the new door stroke. Refer to Steps 8 & 9, Power On & Tune In Sections for more
information.
Upon successful completion of setup, proceed with remainder of installation .
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PULL ARM APPLICATION:
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Ensure the main power supply is removed or shut off at the control.
Install the slide track assembly to the door at the specified location.
HINGE HUNG DOORS
PULL APPLICATION
Inside face of jamb to back edge of
slide track
7.5"
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CENTER PIVOTED DOORS
Inside face of pivot jamb to back
Inside face of pivot jamb to spindle edge of slide track
10.5"
8"
When using the standard 20mm spindle, the top of the track should be approximately 2-1/4” below
the operator header. Attach the track with the screws provided.
The pull arm assembly is a fixed dimension and is not adjustable in length. The slide block and pull
arm come pre-assembled from the factory.
Attach the spindle to the pull arm:
Insert the large hex bolt and washer into the 20mm
spindle adaptor
Then, horizontally slide the adaptor
onto the primary arm until the two
mounting holes of spindle line up
with the corresponding holes on the
primary arm. The spindle is intended
to fit tightly. Secure the spindle
using the two small hex bolts.
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Insert it into the operator at a position that allows the slide block to go in the door-mounted slide
track. Once it is in place, tighten the main adaptor bolt to secure the arm to the operator.
Apply power to the unit & Press and hold button SW1 to launch a new setup (see Steps 8 & 9)
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STEP 4: ADJUSTING THE MECHANICAL STOPS
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CAUTION – DO NOT REMOVE THE STOPS
IMPORTANT – Step 4 may be optional depending on your application. See note on the following
page. If
The mechanical stops are located on the top or bottom of the operator, depending on the handing
of the door.
The opening direction is always counter-clockwise rotation when viewed as shown above
Loosen the bolts on the desired stop (do not remove bolts) and move to the desired position
Re-tighten bolts securely and test the door travel stroke
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IMPORTANT
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If the door closes against a fixed door stop that is door frame mounted, the CLOSED DOOR STOP
does NOT have to be adjusted to meet the stop-point screw. The step is then optional.
The OPEN DOOR STOP setting is also optional. A "SOFT STOP" is sometimes preferred depending
upon the application, particularly if heavy manual use is anticipated. The Soft Stop is simply a
method of programming the door for the open position by means of a temporary stop method;
such has holding your foot at the desired location during programming. To use the Soft Stop
method, perform the following:
o Press the automatic setup button (SW1 - as shown on page 29), to allow the
start of the setup process
o Position your foot on the ground at the desired full open door position.
Allow the door to open and hit your foot during the first opening cycle during
setup - you can then remove your foot from that position.
o Allow the setup to complete itself thereafter
o The door will open automatically thereafter to that position. When the door is
pushed further than the soft stop location it will return to the programmed point
automatically.
o Do not use the soft stop method if there is anything behind the open door that
the door could be repeatedly pushed into from manual openings - such as a glass
wall.
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STEP 5: SET THE DIP SWITCHES ON THE I/O BOARD
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Set the dip switches according to the application. The default settings are usually sufficient for
most applications.
Dip switches are used to apply specific functions to the control.
There are 2 sets of dip switches. A 2-position on the I/O board (DS2), and a 10-position
on the adjustment board (DS10).
1
Description
Push-N-Go Hold Time
2
Electric Lock Delay
DS2
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The hold time is set by TR3
potentiometer at adjustment
board
500 milliseconds
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OFF
3 Seconds (Default)
200 milliseconds (Default)
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STEP 5 Cont. : SET THE DIP SWITCHES ON THE ADJUSTMENT
BOARD
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Set the dip switches according to the application. See the table on the next page.
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1
Description
Closed Door Force
2
Push / Pull Arm
3
Night Function (Exit
Only)
4
5
Push and Go
Full Power / Low
Energy
Enabled
Low Energy performance enabled. 5
seconds to open, 7 seconds hold
open, 5 seconds to close. Speed &
time potentiometers are disabled.
Settings are fixed.
6
Not used for Low
Energy Applications
Not used for Low
Energy Applications
Power Close
Set to OFF for Low Energy
Applications
Set to OFF for Low Energy
Applications
Additional closing force applied for Disabled (Default)
final 10 degrees of closing.
Enabled assisted closing following a Disabled assisted closing
manual opening
following a manual opening
7
8
9
10
Assisted Manual
Closing***
FACTORY USE ONLY
ON
Additional force applied while door is
in closed position. Be sure to maintain
ANSI compliance if using on low
energy application. Cannot exceed 30
lbf to get door moving from jamb.
Use for Slide Arm Applications.
Operator stroke at 90° degrees or
less. Visible change in performance
may not always be noticeable.
Allows activation at input 10 when
On-Off switch is in OFF (night
function) position.
OFF
Disabled (Default)
Push Arm Application.
Operator stroke 90° or
greater. (Default)
Disabled. The On/Off
switch, when OFF, requires
manual operation of the
door. (Default)
Disabled (Default)
Disabled. Control can be
adjusted for full power or
low energy operation via
potentiometers. (Default)
*** SDC recommends the use of a door-mounted secondary activation device
when dip switch 9 is ON - Enabled.
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STEP 6: WIRING CONNECTIONS (wiring diagrams are located in the Appendix)
TERMINAL STRIP J5
I/O BOARD CONNECTIONS
Position Function
1
Electric Lock
Relay
2
Electric Lock
Relay
3
Electric Lock
Relay
4
Door Status Closed
Door Status –
Common
Door Status Open
5
6
7
8
9
10
TERMINAL STRIP J4
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
GND
GND
+ 24 VDC
Internal
Activation
External
Activation
Emergency
Closing
Secondary
Activation
Not Used
Not Used
Fire Alarm
Input
Not Used
GND
GND
Aux Relay
Aux Relay
Aux Relay
23
Alarm Output Common
24
Alarm Output
25
+ 24 VDC
26
GND
Inputs 27 & 28 not used
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Description
Common
N.O. Dry contact – Contact closes upon activation. May be used for fail-secure locks by
routing 1 leg of power though the relay. Relay is triggered by activation inputs 10, 11, or
16. Relay remains energized until door is fully closed again.
N.C. Dry Contact - Contact opens upon activation. May be used for fail-safe locks by
routing 1 leg of power though the relay. Relay is triggered by activation inputs 10, 11, or
16. Relay remains energized until door is fully closed again.
N.O. Contact is closed when door is closed. The contact opens as soon as the door opens.
Common contact for door status
N.C. – Contact is closed when door is open. The contact opens as soon as the door starts
to close. This input can be used for motor connection at lockout relay when power is
looped through, thus switching power on when door is open.
Common GND
Common GND
.5A Max. Current
Requires N.O. Contact between input 10 & COM. Remains capable to activate when dip
switch 3 is ON AND On-Off switch is OFF.
Requires N.O. Contact between input 11 & COM.
Requires N.C. contact between 12 & COM. Upon open contact, door closes and overrides
all other inputs. Remains jumpered if input is not used.
Requires N.C. contact between 13 & COM. Disabled in full closed position.
Requires N.C. contact between 14 & COM.
Not Used
N.O. contact, when closed causes door closing. All inputs inhibited during closed contact
(not available on all software versions)
Requires N.O. contact
Common GND
Common GND
Auxiliary Relay NOTE: Relay is triggered by input 14
Auxiliary Relay N.O.
Auxiliary Relay N.C.
Common
N.O. output is closed upon closed contact from fire alarm.
.5A max. (Total for terminals 9 & 25)
Common GND
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STEP 7: ADJUSTING TIMERS
Adjustment Board Trimmers
TR1
Opening Time Adjustment (4 – 10 secs)
TR2
Closing Time Adjustment (4 – 10 secs)
TR3
Hold Open Time (0 – 30 secs)
Note: Clockwise rotation increases time
Adjustment Board LEDs
LD1 GREEN LED Indicates motor power
LD2 Rapid flashing RED indicates setup in progress
LD2 Slow flashing RED indicates fault
LD3 GREEN LED indicates 5Vdc power supply
HELPFUL NOTES:
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Speed and time adjustment changes will not take effect until the door closes fully after the
adjustment has been made.
Hold Open time affects the delay following activation from input 10, 11, and 13.
Opening & closing force are a function of the automatic setup and are not adjustable.
Check speeds and durations are a function of the automatic setup and are not adjustable.
When Dip Switch 5 is ON, the blue speed and time potentiometers are disabled and will have no
effect.
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STEP 8: 120 VOLT AC ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
WARNING:
Ensure all incoming electrical power is shut off before proceeding with
any high voltage wiring. Failure to do so may result in damage to
equipment or personal harm.
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Connect the main power to the Black / White / Green connector on the back-plate.
o Main power supply: 120 VAC, 15A, Single Phase, 60 Hz. circuit
o Attach the incoming 120 volt AC line wires to the wiring provided in the header – as
shown below.
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DO NOT TURN POWER ON until all remaining wiring has been completed.
BLACK: 115 VAC Power
WHITE: Neutral
GREEN: Ground
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STEP 9: POWER ON & TUNE-IN
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Ensure all wiring is complete according to the application
Ensure the 120 VAC is connected and secure
Ensure Off-On-Hold Switch is in the middle (0) position
Apply power and observe the LED’s at the control
The control will not accept an activation until approx. 8 seconds after powering on
The control will not initially activate the door until an activation, such as input 10, is triggered
I/O Board LED Status
LED
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4
LD5
LED ON
Accessories power is present
Active internal opening command
Active external opening command
Emergency command inactive
Secondary Activation inactive
LD6
LD7
LD8
LD9
Stop command inactive
In active
Fire Alarm command is active
Overhead Presence Command
Active
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LED OFF
No accessories power
Internal opening command inactive
External opening command inactive
Emergency command active
Secondary Activation command
active
Stop command active
Inactive
Fire Alarm command inactive
Overhead Presence Command
Inactive
NOTES
Indicates status of input 10
Indicates status of input 11
Indicates status of input 12
Indicates status of input 13
Indicates status of input 14
Inactive
Indicates status of input 16
Indicates status of input 17
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As a general rule for LED observation:
o For normally open inputs, the respective LED will illuminate upon triggering the input.
o For normally closed inputs, the respective LED will extinguish upon triggering the input.
o This information can be used to help quickly troubleshoot and find triggered circuits.
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STEP 9 Cont.: POWER ON & TUNE-IN
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Perform a setup at the control as follows:
o Ensure main power is on
o At the I/O control board, depress the SW1 button for approximately 5 seconds. When
the red LED (LD2) at the Adjustment Board begins flashing rapidly, release the button.
o Door will slowly go open, recycle partially, close and then re-open.
o Do not interrupt the process and do not move the door manually during this time.
o If the door does not open and the red LED (LD2) is flashing slowly, check to make sure
the motor is plugged in properly at the control board. Correct as necessary.
o Once the setup process is complete, the door will close and the LED will go out.
o Setup is complete.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the operator stroke is altered in any way, a re-learn must be
accomplished.
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Upon completion of the Setup, activate the door to open and ensure all performance is
acceptable.
Adjust opening and closing speed as necessary. If speeds are changed, a re-learn is not
required.
A re-learn is not required following a main power recovery.
Adjust hold-open time as required.
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SETUP BUTTON
FLASHING RED LED
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Door will not open
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Door will not close
Door will not reach its full open or
closed position
Slow flashing red LED (LD2) at the
Adjustment Control Board
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Check status of LEDs” LD2, 3, 4, 8 on the I/O board.
If any of the LED’s are ON, check the associated input
Check the mechanical stops on the operator for proper adjustment
(see page 16)
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Indicates a possible fault in the control.
o Check LED status for the other inputs. This will identify if any
inputs are currently active.
Indicates a potential faulty setup.
o Loose or incorrect motor connection
o Possible loose chain tensioner - refer to Appendix for chain
tensioner adjustment procedures.
o Launch a new setup. If problem repeats and there are no
other discrepancies noted, replace the operator/control subassembly.
Ensure dip switch 8 is OFF.
Ensure there is no binding of the door as it is closing through the last
few degrees of closing. If binding exists (from a tight bottom sweep,
for example), correct the condition and then re-launch a new setup.
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Door closes too fast at last 5 to 10
degrees of closing
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Check On-Off switch for proper position
Check LED status for LD 5, 6, and 7. If any of these LED’s are OFF, the
door will not open. They require a normally closed circuit.
Launch a new setup – see page 28
Check status of emergency input 12
Door has traveled close past the 0 degree position
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APPENDIX – CHAIN TENSIONER ADJUSTMENT
BACK - PLATE
CHAIN TENSIONER LOCK PLATE
TENSIONER
ADJUSTMENT
TENSIONER BLOCK
SIGNS OF A LOOSE CHAIN TENSIONER
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Opening or Closing door movements may be erratic
The door may reverse open on its own during the closing cycle
When a setup is launched, the door may appear to open a few degrees at a time, especially
as it is just beginning to open
Door may not open to its full open position - it may stop short and then close, as it thinks
there was an obstruction
Operator may make a loud clicking noise - this is created by the chain jumping on the
sprockets
There may be a "lag" between operator movement and door movement - this is due to the
chain "slack" being taken up before door movement
Door may go through a setup correctly but then will show a flashing red error LED upon
completion of setup, or upon the first attempt to open
If chain is excessively loose, it is possible for the chain to become bound up on itself, thus
preventing automatic door movement - this will usually happen on the closing stroke
Abnormal noises may come from the operator as you use the door manually
Wear marks may be evident on the body of the operator where the tensioner bolt has
slipped
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ADJUSTING THE CHAIN TENSIONER
1. At the tensioner pivot point, loosen the lock nut at the Tensioner Adjustment.
2. At tensioner block, loosen the Allen-head screw (do not remove it).
3. Insert 4mm Allen wrench into the tensioner adjustment and apply tension counter clockwise
to increase tension on the chain.
4. Rotate chain tensioner lock plate clockwise so the plate is pressing against the back plate
5. Re-torque the tensioner block screw while maintaining chain tension - These bolts are
generally torqued to around 3.7ft lbs.
6. Re-tighten the lock nut at the pivot point.
7. When complete, double check physical stops for 0 and 90 degree door position - adjust if
necessary.
8. Launch a new setup at the control and ensure everything works ok. Any time the stroke of the
operator has changed, a new setup will be required.
APPENDIX – WIRING DIAGRAMS
DOOR STATUS SWITCH OUTPUT
Terminal 4: Door “Closed” status switch: Contact
closes upon full door closed position.
Terminal 5: Common for both Door Open & Closed
status
Terminal 6: Door “Open” status switch: Contact is
closed when door is full open.
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LOW ENERGY APPLICATION 1:
PUSH PLATES WITH APPROACH SIDE DOOR-MOUNTED SENSOR
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Non-Swing Side (approach) door-mounted sensor is wired into the secondary activation input (13)
at the I/O board. It is a normally closed circuit. Remove factory jumper on terminal 13.
Door-mounted sensor will cause re-activation when in detection during the closing cycle.
Secondary activation input is disabled at the full closed door position.
Jumpers must be installed between terminal 8 and 12 & 14 if those inputs are not required for the
application. If they are used for the application, they must be connected to a N.C. circuit.
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LOW ENERGY APPLICATION 2:
WIRELESS PUSH PLATE WITH 24VDC ELECTRIC STRIKE OR MAGLOCK
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LOW ENERGY APPLICATION 3:
WIRELESS PUSH PLATE WITH SDC Electric Latch Retraction Kit & Separate SDC Power
Supply
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LOW ENERGY APPLICATION 4:
SIMULTANEOUS PAIRS
Not Used
Not Used
Fire
Not Used
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When wiring controls for use as a simultaneous pair, all required inputs need to be
synchronized (connected) between Door #1 and Door #2 (shown as dotted lines in
above diagram).
Example shown above: Push plates are connected to inputs 8, 10 and 11 at door #1
and are connected via sync line to Door #2.
When using pairs of controls, N.C. inputs 12, 13 and 14 may be sync’d to each other,
OR each control may have its own jumpers installed. If any of these inputs are
required for the application, the jumper will be removed for the respective input – in
place of the jumper, a N.C. switching circuit will connected to Door #1, and a sync
line will be connected to Door #2.
For simultaneous pairs, each plug-in connector for the control is wired in parallel to
the On-Off-Hold switch located in the header end-cap. One switch will control both
doors.
All control adjustments (speed & time delay) must be made independently at each
control.
All dip switches at each control must be set independently and must match between
controls.
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APPENDIX- LOCK RELAY FUNCTION
AUTOOFF-HOLD
SELECTOR
SWITCH
STATUS
Line 1
AUTO
DIP
SWITCH
3
OFF
INPUT
10
Active
INPUT
11
Active
LOCK RELAY
STATUS (door
closed)
DE-Energized
Line 2
OFF
OFF
Inactive
Inactive
Energized
Line 3
OFF
ON
Active
Inactive
DE-Energized
Line 4
AUTO
ON
Active
Active
DE-Energized
OPERATION
REMARKS
Upon activation (10 or
11), lock relay energizes
and door opens
This is typically the
desired operation. If it
is necessary to shut off
all activation when
selector switch is OFF
AND keep door locked,
place dip switch 3 ON
and see Note #3.
Placing the selector
switch to OFF unlocks
the door and remains
unlocked. All activation
is disabled.
Upon activation (10),
lock relay energizes and
door opens. This serves
as an "Exit Only"
function. Input 11 is
disabled.
Upon activation (10 or
11), lock relay energizes
and door opens.
Not typical for US
market.
Typical for exit only
Typical for 2-way traffic
NOTE 1: The most common setup is Line 3 & 4(above). In this setup, input 11 is disabled when the selector
switch is in the OFF position.
NOTE 2: Regardless of lock setup, Input 13 (secondary activation) functions normally and will shut off at
closed-door position.
NOTE 3: If it is desired to keep door locked AND shut off ALL activation when selector switch is OFF, place dip
switch 3 ON AND tie all activation into Input 11.
NOTE 4: Only electric strikes that are DC operated should be used. AC strikes that buzz will maintain the
buzzing noise until door gets fully closed again. The lock voltage is applied at activation and not released until
the next closed door position.
NOTE 5: When selector switch is placed in Hold-Open position, lock relay remains energized.
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APPENDIX- FIRE RATED DOOR APPLICATION
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Perform the installation according to the instructions outlined in this manual.
Additionally, ensure the following conditions have been met:
o When attaching the door arm to the door, use
steel binding posts (Sex Bolts) to attach. Do
NOT use sheet metal screws into the face of
the door. The door arm bracket must be
through-bolted.
o When attaching the header to
the hollow metal door frame,
ensure there are 5 attaching
screws spaced equally apart.
They should be #12 sheet
metal type screws.
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Fire rated power operated doors must close and latch during a fire alarm condition. Ensure
proper procedures have been followed to allow a main power disconnect during a fire alarm
condition. Always check to ensure compliance to local building codes.
o Upon job completion, always perform a functional test to ensure that the door(s)
close and latch following a power loss.
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Other hardware may be required to complete the installation. For example, for pairs of
doors, if an Astragal is installed, a mechanical door coordinator may be required to ensure a
proper coordinated closing during a power loss.
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Only fire rated hardware shall be used on a fire rated door & frame assembly.
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Ensure the Auto EntryControl™ operator that is being installed has the proper fire rated label
applied to the header.
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