NB-500 - Brookfield Industries

NB-500 - Brookfield Industries
SWINGING AND SLIDING DOOR OPERATORS FOR LEAD
SHIELDED DOORS
For All Door Operator Model Numbers
for Swinging and Sliding Doors
brookfield industries, inc.
NB-500
COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
SWINGING
DOOR OPERATOR
MANUAL
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(9 Edition 9/01/09)
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9 edition incorporates all UL 325 revisions dated 8/29/07and ETL/c Listing
US Patent No. 6,177,771 B1
Table of Contents
• Important Instructions for Installation
• Important Safety Instructions
• Overview
• Installation Instructions
• GT-01 DAU Instructions
• I/O Diagnostics
• Door Position Setup Instructions
• Battery Backup Instructions (Optional)
• Door Operator and Slider Block Location # NB-500-4 (for Pull Open
Linkage)
• Door Operator and Door attachment pivot #NB-500-0 & NB-500-44 (for
Push Open Linkage)
• Door Operator Drawing #NB-500-A-2
• Components & Mounting Plate Drawing #NB-801K-AA-2
• Terminal Strip Hookup Legend (Power Supply and Class 2 Voltages)
• Wiring Diagrams
• Parameters for NB-500 Door Operator
• Table 1 (ANSI 156.10) Closing and Opening Times
• Maintenance Intervals
• Safety Systems and Battery Backup Test Intervals
• Limited Warranty
• Swing Door Operator Troubleshooting
WARNING!
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO SEVERE INJURY OR
DEATH
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
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Install only on a properly operating and balanced swing door within the rated values for door weight, door width and operating
torque as stated on the ratings label.
Do not connect door operator to source of power until instructed to do so
This door operator shall be installed and serviced by a qualified technician, electrician or electrical maintenance person
familiar with its operation and the potential hazards involved.
Any person performing installation or service on this product shall read this manual first. Proper installation includes following
all steps outlined in the Installation Instructions and the settings specified under the Parameters section.
Assure the force settings are compliant with UL 325 (29.4 Entrapment) and the door speeds (closing/opening times) are set
per Table 1of this manual.
Assure all electrical wiring and grounding is installed as specified in this manual and as required by any local codes. Proper
installation can also reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire or explosion.
Locate activation switches or push button stations: (a) within sight of the door, (b) at a minimum height of 5’ so small children
cannot reach and (c) away from moving parts of the door.
As described in this manual, the Stop command controlled by the motor drive is not intended to be a fail safe or Emergency
Stop (E-Stop) since it does not prevent the motor drive from malfunctioning. This can only be accomplished by disconnecting
the AC power to the operator (terminals L1 and N).
This door operator is to be a permanent or “hard” wired connection to the supply voltage. The electrical contractor shall install
a dedicated breaker or line switch to disconnect each ungrounded pole of the door operator from the supply voltage. Each
ungrounded pole shall have a minimum of 3mm contact separation
If this model is equipped with a manual release, disengage pin(s) between door and door operator before manually moving
the door.
WARNING!
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPROPER USAGE CAN LEAD TO SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
Commercial/Industrial swinging door operator for trained traffic* use only. The manufacturer of this product does not include
external safety devices as a standard feature. Since Entrapment shall be compliant with UL 325 Section 29.4, the addition of
external safety devices on swinging door operators is considered redundant. If external safety devices are to be added to this
operator, refer to the Terminal Strip Hookup in this manual for proper wiring and to the owner’s manual of the external safety
device manufacturer for proper installation and use.
• No person shall perform any service or activate this door operator unless they have been properly trained in its safe usage and
have read the owner’s manual.
• Never let children operate or play with door controls.
• Before activating this door operator, check the following:
1. Assure that all personnel are clear of the path of this operator and the door that it is attached to.
2. Assure that all fingers, hands, feet, limbs and articles of clothing are clear of all moving parts and pinch points.
• Personnel should keep away from a door in motion and keep the moving door in sight until it is completely closed or open. NO
ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING DOOR.
• Test the door’s safety features at least once a month. After adjusting either the force, speed or the limit of travel, retest the door
operator’s safety features. Failure to do so may cause severe injury or death.
• KEEP DOORS PROPERLY OPERATING AND BALANCED. Refer to door manufacturer’s manual. Have repairs done by
trained technicians.
• Prior to performing any service on this product (including the replacement of any fuses or circuit breakers), disconnect the
operator from the supply voltage.
• For continued protection against fire, replacement fuses or circuit breakers shall be of the same type and ratings as those being
replaced.
*Defined in ANSI 156.10 as a controlled group of people trained in the safe use and operation of a particular door installation.
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Overview
The brookfield NB-500 Commercial/Industrial Swinging Door Operator has
been designed, tested and is manufactured by brookfield industries, inc. in
accordance with UL 325 and ANSI 156.10 for linear accelerator swing doors
weighing up to 4,500 lbs and 66” wide. The NB-500 can be expected to safely
operate doors at the maximum weight and width for at least 500,000 cycles,
providing the door is set within the ANSI 156.10 speed criteria and the rated
operating torque of 1000 lb-in (reflected to the operator) has not been exceeded.
If any one of the following: torque, weight, width or cycles exceeds the rated
value, please contact the Engineering Department for further evaluation.
This power open/power close electro-mechanical operator with its state of the art
components and mostly all aluminum construction, make it the lightest and
strongest in the industry today. Refer to the Terminal Strip Hookup Legend for
all open, partial open, close, stop and safety device inputs, which are all Class
(2) 24VDC momentary contact (except terminal 9 which must be a maintained
contact). Power supply hookups for both Class (2) 24VDC and 110VAC are also
indicated. The PLC then processes all this information, in addition to many other
features for proper control of these heavy lead doors, which are patented under
US Patent No. 6,177,771 B1.
We are Authorized to Mark the NB-500 with the ETL (US and Canada), and CE
markings from Intertek Testing Services to assure compliance with UL
325(Control No. 3011624), FCC Part 15 (Emissions) and the following
International Standards: EN 60335-1 and -2 (Safety), EN 61000-6-2 (Immunity),
EN 61000-6-4 (Emissions), CAN/CSA-C22.2 and ICES-003. The “listing”
reports specifically refer to the heavy commercial/industrial doors associated with
linear accelerator rooms.
Logic Control:
This Operator offers the latest technology in PLC (Programmable Logic Control).
The following (3) modules snap to a DIN rail base:
CPU (Central Processing Unit)- processes and stores data in its internal
register such as door position presets, inputs from pushbutton stations and
outputs to motor controls. This extremely compact unit houses (8) LED 24 VDC
inputs and (6) LED outputs with (3) isolated commons.
Analog/Digital Converter- converts the analog signal of the Rotary Position
Transducer to a digital value.
Class (2) 24 VDC Power Supply- converts 110-supply voltage to Class (2)
24VDC power to operate the CPU, A/D converter, Rotary Position Transducer
and any presence sensors.
These plug-in modules with LED make diagnostics and replacement of parts
easy and quick to perform.
Interface with the PLC is necessary to adjust Door Position Presets in the field.
This is accomplished by plugging in an 8- Pin Phoenix connector to the back of
the Data Access Unit (DAU) and a round female connector into the side panel
of the operator. The DAU is a hand held, touch screen device that is purchased
separately.
The CPU has been programmed to adjust on the fly, such Door Position
Presets as Back Check, Full Open, Latch Check and Full Closed. In addition,
we’ve included a Partial Open preset as required on most Linac Doors in the
marketplace today. The CPU also provides a door reversal function (a term we
call Automatic egress) when UL 325 section 29.4 Entrapment criteria has been
violated. This feature is active in all positions except Latch Check. The NB-500
has also been programmed to automatically clamp the door against the frame
after each cycle. The motor will shut off after being in contact with the frame for
about 5 seconds. This feature will maximize repeatability of the door-closed
position, which minimizes the chance of the frame interlocks from being
disengaged. If an external force acts on the door, such as a small pressure
differential or if the door is simply pushed open above the Auto Close Enable
preset value, the motor will restart and “clamp” the door against the frame once
again.
Input commands to activate the door operator for normal operation is
accomplished by making the appropriate connections on the Terminal Strip
Hookup. By connecting one side of a momentary contact SPST switch to
Terminals 14 (Open), 13 (Partial Open), 12 (Close) or 10 (Stop) and
connecting the other side of the switch to Terminal 1, provides the customer with
discrete control by using a separate switch for each input command. For the
most basic mode of operation, connect a momentary contact SPST switch
between Terminals 19 and 1. This allows for a single press wall switch to
control both Open and Close commands. Pressing the switch once opens the
door, while pressing it again closes the door. Reversing the direction of the door
while it’s moving (dynamic) can be accomplished with any input that changes
direction. Upon request, we can program the CPU and the Data Access Unit
(DAU) to automatically close the door after an open command. The time the
door stays open can be preset on the DAU from (0-300 seconds) and is titled
Closing Time.
Inputs for External Safety Devices that can be door mounted, such as
reversing edge pressure switches or presence sensors (such as the BEA
SuperScan) are provided on the Terminal Strip Hookup Legend. To reverse
the door in the closing cycle, hookup normally open switch of sensor to
Terminal 11 and 1. To reverse the door in the opening cycle, hook up to
Terminal 20 and 1. Terminals 11 and 20 are inactive when the door is not
moving. External safety devices can also be set up to Stop the door by
connecting to Terminal 10 and 1. Assure the safety devices are attached to the
door in such a manner that will provide the best safety performance, as well as
allowing sufficient clearances under normal operation to prevent inadvertent
activation. Refer to the external safety device owner’s manual for proper
installation and use. Presence sensors that are frame mounted, such as the
BEA Bodyguard (DK-12), can be used to disable any door movement when the
door is in the open or closed position, through a maintained connection between
Terminal 9 and 1. This feature will not prevent the door from being activated
when in any position other than the fully opened or the full closed. The lockout
device need not be purchased because the PLC has been internally
programmed. Do not use a Bodyguard (DK-12) when using the Partial Open
Feature. Any presence sensor that runs on 24 VDC, can be powered up by
connecting to Terminal 3 and 1 of the Terminal Strip Hookup Legend.
The Stop command (terminal 10) will stop the door in any position when
activated but it will not prevent a motor drive from malfunctioning nor is it a true
emergency stop. Emergency Stop (E-Stop) can only be accomplished by
disconnecting AC power to the operator (Terminal L1 and Terminal N).
A Rotary Position Transducer attached to the worm gear output shaft provides
the position of the door. As the door changes position, the output signal from the
transducer varies in value. This signal, once converted to a digital value, is
stored in the CPU for further processing. This devise does not need to be
“homed” or reset if there is a power loss or electrical noise nor does it need to go
through “learn speed” after power up or after adjustments have been made. This
is what is called Absolute position feedback control.
Motor Control:
The NB-500 uses a state of the art Regenerative (4-Quadrant) 90 VDC Motor
Control. This provides the best assurance that the door’s high inertia
characteristics will not “overhaul” (or “freewheel”) the motor; thus, resulting in
controlled door motion. The NB-500 now features a multi-speed board that
attaches to the top of the motor control. The logic panel is greatly simplified
with the elimination of the external speed pots and the associated wiring. The
new multi-speed board features control of (4) independent speeds. The NB-500
now has the flexibility of controlling separate latch check(creep close) speeds
(Preset 1) and back check(creep open) speeds (Preset 2) as well as close
speeds (Preset 3) and open speeds (Preset 4). The motor control also features
additional trimpots, which greatly improve the performance of the drive and
motion profile of such heavy doors. The DB (Dead Band) trimpot sets the
amount of main speed trimpot rotation to initial output voltage and controls the
amount of delay before regeneration starts. If not properly set, the motor may
oscillate or continue to hum. The RESP (Response) trimpot adjusts the dynamic
response of the system; therefore, increasing this setting will increase response
time( if set too high , unstable operation may result). The IR Comp trimpot
determines the amount in which the motor speed is held constant as the motor
load changes. For example, if set too low, the motor may not obtain the desired
speed fast enough or not at all. If set too high, the motor may oscillate. The
RCL (Reverse Current Limit) trimpot and FCL (Forward Current Limit) trimpot
adjusts the armature current limit or motor torque in their respective directions.
When properly set, the operator will have sufficient torque to operate in both
directions, while at the same time limiting the current to the motor in order to stall
and reverse the door’s direction so that Entrapment Protection requirements
will be met (this eliminates the need for unreliable and hard to adjust devises
such as a manual or electromagnetic clutch). The MAX (maximum speed)
trimpot adjusts the voltage or speed of the motor in the forward and reverse
directions. The FACC (Forward Acceleration) trimpot adjusts the acceleration
time in the forward direction as a function of the maximum rated motor speed. It
also controls the Reverse Deceleration time. The RACC (Reverse Acceleration)
trimpot adjusts the acceleration time in the reverse direction as a function of the
maximum rated motor speed. It also controls the Forward Deceleration time.
Overload Protection for the DC motor is provided by using the appropriate line
fuse to the 110VAC power supply of the motor control (see wiring diagram) and
by the proper setting of the FCL and RCL trimpots, which controls the amount of
DC current to the motor in both directions.
Drive Train:
A 5:1 Right Angle Worm Gear Reducer (with a center distance of 2.06”)
provides the high output torque necessary to operate these heavy doors. A
heavy-duty flexible coupling joins the worm gear to the 102:1 In-Line Helical
Gear Reducer; thus, substantially reducing torque before being coupled to a 1/8
HP 90VDC Permanent Magnet Motor, 1750 RPM TENF.
Battery Backup (option):
When power is interrupted, and if the door is in any position other than fully open,
the battery backup will be activated and provide low voltage DC power directly to
the motor. The system is designed to open the door once for each power
interruption at a constant speed. This system is not designed to open and close
the door repeatedly. A float charger is included to provide a constant charge on
the battery. These components are installed in a NEMA 1 box with a test switch
that will interrupt power and allow for testing the system. Also included is an end
of travel limit switch, which must be installed so that it disconnects power to the
motor when the door is fully open. (this limit switch is only for use in battery
backup mode and not for normal operation).
Assure used batteries are disposed of at the appropriate drop off centers.
This is a redundant system and does not replace or substitute any requirements
of UL 325 section 29.3 Interruption of Power for manual operation.
Manual Operation:
In case of loss of power, manual operation shall not be more than 50 lbs to open,
when applied at the widest point on the door with the power removed (ref. UL325
29.3).
Supply Voltage:
115 VAC, +/- 10%, 50/60 Hertz, single phase. Motor control and power supply
are equipped with in-line circuit breakers. Surge protection and filtering of the
supply voltage is featured to protect door operator components and to assure
reliable performance (immunity) as well as minimizing RF noise (emissions).
For European installations we offer a 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, single phase to 115
VAC step down, 0.5 KVA transformer. The transformer and surge protection are
housed in a NEMA 1 enclosure ready to be field wired from the supply voltage to
the door operator
NB-500 Door Operator Installation Instructions
Although each Door Operator has been fully inspected and tested prior to shipment, assure that
no physical damage has occurred during shipping and handling.
1. Position Door Operator in the horizontal and vertical directions as indicated on installation
drawing #NB-500-4 for pull open applications and drawings NB-500-0 & NB-500-44 for push
open applications.
2. Locate Slider Block assembly on door as shown on installation drawing #NB-500-4 for pull
open applications. For push open applications, locate the door attachment bracket as
shown on drawing NB-500-44.
3. Mount Door Operator base plate with (6) 3/8”diameter Grade 5 bolts and tighten properly
(not included). For pull open application, weld Mounting Block directly to door as indicated
or bolt Slider Block directly to door with (2) 3/8”diameter socket head cap screws
(included). For push open applications, mount the door attachment pivot with (2) 3/8”
diameter grade 5 bolts and properly tighten with lock washers.
4. With Linkage Arm disconnected, measure force near the lock edge of the door to
accelerate the door to opening and closing speeds. This force, times the distance to the
hinge pin centerline shall not exceed the Rated Operating Torque of 1000 lb-in.
5. Check Linkage Arm to assure it doesn’t interfere with the door or Slider Block. In addition,
make sure cam follower (of Linkage Arm) is properly engaged in Slider Block. Proper
engagement is defined as full engagement (–1/16”) max.
6. With Linkage Arm connected and power removed, measure force to open door/ backdrive
(at constant velocity). This force must be ≤ 50 lb (per UL 325 section 29.3) and be applied
near the latch side of the door.
7. All PLC and Motor Control settings have been preset by brookfield industries, inc.;
however, we recommend these values be double-checked with the Parameter sheet
supplied.
8. Install activation switches or push button stations: (a) within sight of the door, (b) at a
minimum height of 5’ so small children cannot reach and (c) away from moving parts of the
door.
9. Before wiring 115 AC supply voltage to operator, assure power is disconnected and all
“Lock-Out” Safety Procedures have been strictly adhered to.
10. Connect 115 VAC and class (2) 24 VDC wiring as shown on Terminal Strip Hookup
Legend and Wiring Diagrams. Disconnect “Lock-Outs” and turn on breakers.
11. Assure speed trimpots on Multi-Speed Board (Presets 1-4) are in the 25% range before
activating operator.
12. Make sure that all Safety Instructions and Warnings have been followed.
13. Activate Open, Partial Open and Close commands.
14. Adjust Presets 1-4 clockwise until the minimum opening and closing times listed in Table 1
have been obtained.
15. Adjust Door Position factory presets as required using the DAU. Refer to the DAU
Instruction, Door Position Setup Instructions and Parameters as required.
16. Check and adjust, if necessary, the trimpot settings (refer to the Parameter sheet) on the
Motor Control.
17. Check Entrapment Protection in both directions. This is accomplished by measuring the
force that prevents a stopped door from moving in a particular direction and can be
accomplished with a simple force gage. This force must be ≤ 40 lbs and is applied at the
latch side per UL 325 section 29.4 Entrapment. When measuring this force be careful not
to erroneously measure the inertia force of the door. This can be accomplished by first
stopping the door without the gage, then substituting the gage with the minimum force to
keep the door from moving in that particular direction. This force is adjusted by varying the
FCL and RCL trimpots settings on the Motor Control.
Door Position Setup and HMI Instructions
GT-01/02 Touch Screen
1.Plug the eight prong Phoenix Connector into GT-01/02. For operator series before
ʻG,ʼ use the black cable, plug the opposite ROUND end into the PLC unit on the
operator. For ʻGʼ series and above, use the gray cable and plug the opposite
ROUND end into the receptacle on the end cover of the operator (right side).
2. A “Please Wait” logo message will flash for a few seconds and then a selection
screen will show.
Fig. 2
3.For GT-01/02 software prior to Ver. 3, the screen in Fig. 3 will display. Choose either
ʻStandardʼ or ʻMain/Subʼ operator. For Ver. 3.7 of the GT-01/02 software, the screen in
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 4 will display. For Main/Sub, select ʻLead Door ʻor
ʻFollow Doorʼ on the next screen (Fig. 5), then skip to step 5.
NOTE: Check PLC model number for appropriate 'Main-Sub'
selection.
Fig. 5
4. Selecting Standard will give you the screen shown in Fig. 6. Choose the appropriate
serial number series of the operator, to get to the first preset screen (Fig. 7)
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
5. Youʼll be given a display of the first three user presets (Fig. 7). To edit a preset,
simply touch the preset number.
6. A keypad will then display for entering the new preset (Fig. 8). Enter the desired
value and touch the ENTER (bent arrow) key to set the value. Press ESC to
cancel and go back to the preset list.
Fig. 8
7. Press ʻNextʼ (Fig. 7) to display the remaining user presets or ʻBackʼ to return
to the previous screen.
Note: Real Time Door Position (RTDP) is always displayed on both preset screens
I/O Diagnostics for Series ʻiʼ Operators and Above only
Selecting the ʻI/O Diagʼ button from main screen (Fig. 4), will bring you to the
screen in Fig. 9. ʻOutputsʼ with display the screen in Fig. 11.
Select ʻInputsʼ to display the Input
Diagnostic Screen (Fig. 10).
Fig. 9
The buttons down the left
side, represent an actual
input to the PLC. All
standard Operator functions
can be tested using these
buttons.
Fig. 10
The lamps down the
right side of the
screen indicate
when an actual
ʻhardʼ input is being
read by the PLC.
E.g., if a Wall Switch or
other device is sending an
input, the applicable lamp
will be lit.
The lamps down the right side
of the screen indicate when
the PLC is sending the
corresponding Output to the
motor control.
The serial number series referred to in these instructions is the starting letter of the Operators Serial Number.
NOTE: When using the newer GT-01/02 Software with an older PLC, or vice-versa, the initial startup of the GT-01/02 may be longer than usual and/or
may display an error on the screen, it will then clear and go to the initial screen shown in either Fig. 3 or Fig. 4
HMI Instructions - For Swinging Doors
HMI GT-01/02 Touch Screen
1. Plug the eight prong Phoenix Connector into HMI. For operator series before
‘G,’ use the black cable, plug the opposite round end into the PLC unit on the
operator. For ‘G’ series and above, use the gray cable and plug the opposite
round end into the receptacle on the end cover of the operator (right side).
2. A “Please Wait” message will flash for a few seconds and then a selection screen
will show.
3. Choose either Master / Slave or Standard operator. For Master / Slave, select
Lead or Follow Door on the next screen, then skip to step 6.
4. For Standard operator, choose the appropriate ship date of the operator on the
next screen.
5. You’ll be given a display of the first three user presets. To edit a preset, simply
touch the preset number value.
6. You’ll then be given a keypad display for entering the new preset. Enter the
desired value and touch the enter (back arrow) key to set the value. Press ESC
to cancel and go back to the preset list.
7. Press Next to display the remaining user presets.
Note: Real Time Door Position (RTDP) is always displayed on both preset screens
Door Position Setup Instructions
1. The factory settings are a starting point and may need to be adjusted for each application
depending on installation and environment variables.
2. Initiate a signal to have the operator close the door (Close button or Push Open/Close).
When operator goes into Latch Check, it will move slowly until it rests fully against the
frame. It will run for approximately 5 sec., then shut off. Insure that the Latch Check speed
pot is set so that the door doesn’t “slam” into the frame. The Auto Close Enable can now be
set per the following.
a. After the door moves against the frame, runs for 5 sec., and shuts off; view the Door
Position (preset 300) value. Cycle door several times to assure repeatability.
b. Set the Auto Close Enable preset to the Door Position value plus 30 units (i.e. if the Door
Position is 310, set the Auto Close Enable to 340). Note: Some installations may
require slightly higher/lower values for best results.
3. Check position of door when fully open. Assure that the door opens fully without the cam
follower bottoming out in the cam follower slot. Adjust Back Check and Full Open if
necessary.
4. Adjust the Partial Inhibit value to the desired position to allow required access through
doorway.
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Delays the scanning of the door position in the PLC until after the door starts moving to compensate for any play or
backlash of the door operating system. This also allows for the time it takes of the door to stop and reverse while
door is in operation. The default value of 4 seconds (40 tenths) covers speeds for doors weighing #6000-#12000.
For doors weighing substantially < #6000 or whose cycle time is very high, this value may and
should decrease.
Battery Backup Instructions (Optional)
(Operators shipped before 5/15/06)
*Bold refers to procedures for operators shipped after 5/15/06
1. Disconnect Power. Read all safety instructions, warnings and cautions in this
manual and labels on the door operator and battery backup before proceeding
further.
2. When adding a battery backup (with an upgrade kit) to an existing operator,
proceed to step 3. For installation of a battery backup when it was ordered at the
same time as the operator, proceed to step 7.
a. Install 110V Relay next to analog (FPO-A21)-DO128 on din rail
Reference Drawing # NB-801K-AA-2
3. Loosen left side end stop on DIN rail containing power supply (FPO-PSA1), CPU
(FPO-C14RS) and analog unit (FPO-A21) and move assembly to the left.
Loosen end stop on right and slide to right. Place 110 volt relay* (Phoenix
contact PLC-BSC-120UC21) along side of analog unit, making sure that
terminals 11,12 and 14 are facing terminal strip. Slide right end stop on and
tighten. Slide left side end stop and assembly back to the right and tighten end
stop.
a. Install circuit breaker into terminal strip #22 (after this step move to
step #7)
4. Remove right side end stop and remove terminal 22 from DIN rail. Replace with
fuse block assembly*. Replace end caps and end stop. Be sure to replace label
numbers (#22) onto fuse block.
5. Loosen grounding end block on the left of terminal strip. Slide terminal blocks
GND thru terminal 7 to the left about 3/8”. Remove end cover from terminal 7.
Attach end cover to the terminal block removed in step 4 and place it between
terminal 7 and spacer block. Slide entire assembly to the right (against the
spacer) and tighten the left grounding end block.
6. Place the jumper* in between terminal 7 and the terminal that was installed in
step 5 and tighten properly.
*Battery backup upgrade kit
7. Properly install battery backup enclosure, conduit (not supplied), and adjustable
N.C. limit switch (supplied) to be activated at door open position.
8. Assure hookup wires from the battery backup enclosure have been properly
routed to the operator, so that all 110 volts AC enters from the left side of the
operator and all class 2 (24VDC or less) enters from the right side of the
operator.
9. Connect all field wiring to the terminal strip and internal wiring to the proper
termination as shown on the wiring diagram and as labeled on the wire ends.
10. Connect power supply leads to the battery backup (GRD, L1 and N)
11. Reconnect power and assure power switch (breaker) inside battery backup is in
the “on” position.
12. Hookup battery leads to (-) terminal of battery. Battery backup is now ready for
test.
13. Test battery backup by switching the power switch (breaker) to the “off” position
marked “battery backup test”. Adjust limit switch as required, to fine tune door
opening position. Be sure to turn “on” the breaker after testing is complete.
14. If power is to be disconnected for any extended period of time, disconnect float
charger from the battery to prevent the battery from being drained.
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Rev.
Revision note
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Date
Sign
Check
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A
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B
Notes:
C
C
Tolerances
Decimal
Fractional
D
D
Angular
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Date
Material
Drawn by
Checked by
Scale
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Transducer
(Class 2 Voltage)
See page 2 for notes 2
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Note: 10
1
90 VDC
Motor
Shield
For 220 VAC, set
jumpers J1A and J1B
L
N
G
Surge Protector
26 A, 10 ka
(8/20 ms)
Note: 16
Field Wiring
Note: 19
24-V DC
+
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IN
Spacer
L1
110/220-VAC
PS Class 2
OUT
Line Filter
20A/110/220 VAC
Line
A/D PWR
L1
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Load
Review Page 2 for notes.
Review Page 3 for Battery backup wiring detail.
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L1
PLC PWR
A1
Terminal Strip Hookup (ref. Wiring Legend in manual or on underside of operator cover)
Wiring Diagram for NB-500, -1000, -2000, -2000HD
Swinging Door Operator
Information contained herein is exclusive property of brookfield industries, inc.
and may not be duplicated in part or in whole without written consent
V4.3, P-1
Notes:
1. Use 4 Amp/110/220 VAC Circuit Breaker on NB-500; Use 8 Amp/110/220 VAC Circuit Breaker on
NB-1000 & NB-2000
2. Use 1 Amp/110/220 VAC Circuit Breaker
3. Class (2) 24 VDC Terminals: Power Supply: (1 & 3) Inputs: 9-14 & 19-22
4. All 110/220 VAC wires shall be minimum 14 AWG & (105° C, 300 V)
5. All motor wires for NB-1000 & NB-2000 shall be minimum 14 AWG & (105° C, 300 V)
6. All motor wires for NB-500 shall be minimum 18 AWG & (105° C, 300 V)
7. All 12-24 VDC (non-motor) wires shall be minimum 20 AWG & (105° C, 300 V)
8. Reserved Outputs: Terminal Strip No. 15, 16
9. Use 3 Amp/110/220 VAC Ciruit Breaker
10. For push open and door mounted operators, reverse M1 & M2 at motor
11. When using receptacle style chargers, ue GFC-I type.
12. Provides auto-open during power loss
13. Additional 'N' terminal block for battery backup only. For 220 VAC Power, See Note 2
14. All motor wires from battery backup enclosure to door operator, shall be 12 AWG (105° C, 300 V)and
25' max. length
15. Install Ferrite Core Red Lion FCOR (2 turns=440 ohm @ 25 MHz) on all incoming AC and DC voltage
lines.
16. Part must be changed to utilize 220 VAC power
17. For 220 VAC Power see Note:1
18. For 220 VAC Power see Note: 2
19. 110 VAC Input (L1&N)/220 VAC Input (L1&L2)
Transducer Wiring:
Wire as shown for : RH Operator (pull open), LH Operator (push open), LH Door Mounted
Reverse 1 & 3 for : RH Operator (push open), LH Operator (pull open), RH Door Mounted
Legend:
Pink solid line designates a WHITE wire.
V4.3, P-2
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L1
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Note 18
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Note 13
5
Note 17
4
Note: 2
A2
14
Note 14
12
N.C. Limit Switch
Relay: 110/220 VAC Input IPDT 6A Output
Note 14
To line input
terminals on page 1
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Field Wiring
Note: 19
L1
Battery Backup Test
OFF
L1
ON
-
12 V Battery
Tender
Note: 16
+
+
12V 7Ah
NP7-12 Battery
Ribbed
Battery Backup* Wiring Detail
NEMA Enclosure
Provides automatic opening during power loss
*The battery backup system is an optional addition
V4.3, P-3
Parameters for NB-500 Door Operator
Door Position:
Auto Close Enable
Full Open
Partial Inhibit
Back Check
Latch Check
Delay Time
Real Time (door
=
=
=
=
=
=
Pull Open Presets
350 (digital value)
2950 (digital value)
1350 (digital value)
2600 (digital value)
800 (digital value)
4
(sec)
(absolute position)
Push Open Presets
350 (digital value)
3330 (digital value)
1585 (digital value)
2930 (digital value)
905 (digital value)
4
position)
Rotary Position Transducer Setting: 320(digital value) door closed position
Motor Control Jumper Setting:
Upper Board (Multi-Speed)
J1
Enable
PRESET 1 (Latch Check Speed): Lo
R/F
Hi
PRESET 2 (Back Check Speed): Lo
R/F
Hi
PRESET 3 (Close Speed):
Lo
R/F
Hi
PRESET 4 (Open Speed):
Lo
R/F
Hi
Lower Board
J1A- Line Voltage
J1B- Line Voltage
115V / 230V
115V / 230V
J2-Armature Current
J3-Armature Voltage
J4-Potentiometer Operation
J5-Speed Control
SPD
J6-Regenerate to Stop
1.7A / 2.5A / 5.0 / 7.5A / 10A
A90 / A180 / T7 / T50
15V / 10V
/ TRQ
RTS / CTS
Motor Control Trimpot Settings (Approximate):
Upper Board (Multi Speed)
PRESET 1-4 Adjust Creep Speed trimpots as well as Open and Close trimpots in
a clockwise direction. Assure that the minimum closing and opening times (as a
function of door weights and widths) have not been violated per Table 1 of this
manual or ANS1 156.10.
Lower Board
DB
RESP
IR
RCL
FCL
MAX
FACC
RACC
50%
50%
50%
40%
40%
100%
75%
75%
brookfield NB-500
Table 1
Minimum Closing Time (seconds) to Latch Check*
Door Weight (lbs.)
Door
Width(in.)
36
42
48
54
60
66
500
4.5
5.0
6.0
6.5
7.5
8.0
1000
6.5
7.5
8.5
9.5
10.5
11.5
1500
8
9
10
12
13
14
2000
9
10
12
13
15
16
2500
10
12
13
15
16
18
3000
11
13
14
16
18
20
3500
12
14
16
17
19
21
4000
13
15
17
19
21
23
4500
13
15
18
20
22
24
*PER ANSI 156.10. For weights and widths not listed, TIME=(DOOR WIDTH) X (DOOR WEIGHT)^1/2 / 188
Minimum Opening Time (seconds) to Back check**
**shall be set to the same criteria as closing times.
Latch check or Back check: A door shall not close or
open in the last 10 degrees in less than 1.5 seconds
IMPORTANT:
Operating door at speeds faster than those established in ANSI 156.10 will void warranty and may
damage operator.
Maintenance Intervals
Although the NB-500, NB-1000, NB-2000 and NB-2000HD operators are
designed maintenance free for the normal service life, we do recommend
frequent examination of all bolted hardware that may loosen after the initial
installation or during normal operation. Also, inspect the operator for wear or
damage to any of its components. The frequency of these inspections will vary
upon installations and will be directly proportional to the usage of the operator.
Do not use the operator if any component is worn or damaged
Safety Systems and Battery Backup Test Intervals
External safety devices that are not supplied by the manufacturer of the door
operator but added during installation as well as those entrapment protection
features internal to the operator and battery backup (if installed) shall be tested at
least once a month to assure the safety and reliability of the complete door
operating system.
brookfield industries, inc.
Limited Warranty
_____________________
brookfield industries, inc. warrants that door operator models NB-500,
NB-1000, NB-2000 and NB-4000 are free from defects in material and
workmanship according to the following terms and conditions:
1) The limited warranty for all aforementioned products extends for (1) year beginning on the
date of shipment from our facility.
2) During the limited warranty period, brookfield industries, inc. will repair or replace any
defective component or any part that does not operate as originally specified or intended with
a new or rebuilt part. No charge will be made to the consumer for any such parts. Credits or
reimbursements, as well as associated shipping costs, will be issued only after any
replacement parts have been returned by the consumer.
3) brookfield industries, inc. will also reimburse or credit the consumer for any reasonable labor
charges associated with the repair or replacement of a particular part. Brookfield industries,
inc. and the consumer must agree upon the dollar amount as well as the scope of work, before
any amount is allocated. This amount may vary depending on the geographical location of
the labor market. Travel expenses are not applicable.
4) brookfield industries, inc. shall not cover, nor will the consumer have any benefits under this
limited warranty if any of the following conditions apply to any returned parts as determined
through an evaluation by brookfield industries, inc. or any of its vendors:
a) The product has been subjected to: improper installation, installation practices or any
settings not in accordance with the operator manual, abnormal use, abnormal conditions,
exposure to moisture, dampness or any other severe environmental conditions,
unauthorized modifications, unauthorized connections, unauthorized repair, misuse,
neglect, abuse, accident, altercation, door weights and/or door speeds and/or operating
forces that exceed the rated values, or other acts which are out of the control of
brookfield industries, inc., such as damage caused by shipping.
b) Removing or altering of the serial number or any other action that prohibits
brookfield industries, inc. from determining the original purchase date.
Troubleshooting Guide
YES
Door
Movement
NO
Only moves
in one
direction
Moves in one
direction, then
reverses and
stops
RTDP has travel
below 0 or above
4000
YES
NO
Continues to
autoreverse
YES
Push Plate
Malfunctioning
Current Limits
set to low on
motor control
Only try's to Open
Only try's to
Close
NO
NO
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Turn up forward
speed pot
Assure power to A/D
Converter. OR Assure
green & white wire is
connected properly at
transducer
Replace PLC if
relays are not
making
Tighten set
screws 1/2 turn
past 'snug'
Transducer/A-D
converter wiring
loose
Reverse speed
pot not turned up
YES
Forward speed
pot not turned up
Turn up reverse
speed pot
PLC Output relay
not working
Terminal block
wiring loose
Arm binding in
slider block
RTDP reads 4000
& doesn't change
Also reference
Worm Gear on
Components
page
Manually move door
to closed position
and adjust
transducer per
manual
Check/Replace
Push-plate
Adjust current
limit per step 16
of installation
procedure
Check that wiring @
transducer & A/D
converter are secure
Check wiring from
terminal strip to
PLC
Adjust linkage per
step 5 of
installation
procedure
Screws on Blue
terminal block on
KB motor control
are not secure
Rev. 'E' series &
above
Version: 1.4
Troubleshooting Guide
Doesn't Move at
all
Speed pots are
not turned up
Turn up speed
pot adjustments
preset 1-4. Set
speed per ANSI
chart in manual
RTDP Reads 0
PLC Output relay
not working
Enable jumper on
KB motor control
is missing.Rev. 'E'
series & above
PLC not in RUN
mode, Move
switch to RUN
Replace PLC if
relays are not
making
Replace jumper
Screws on Blue
terminal block on
KB motor control
are not secure
Rev. 'E' series &
above
Tighten set
screws 1/2 turn
past 'snug'
Check
Transducer / A/D
converter wiring
for securness
A/D Converter or
transducer is
damaged
Component Specific Problems
DO129: FPO-C14RS
PLC
DT User preset
values have
changed to 0 or
some other
arbitrary number
DO128: FPO-A21
Analog Unit
Red Error Light is
flashing.
PLC may have seen a power
spike or component may have
been effected by RF noise.
Cycle power and recheck
values, reset with DAU if
necessary.
PLC may have seen a power
spike or component may have
been effected by RF noise.
Cycle power and verify if error
clears, otherwise, replace
PLC item or return to
manufacturer for program to
be cleared.
General I/O Information for PLC:
Input Lights:
Output Lights:
X0 - Open
Y0 - Hi Speed Fwd/Open
X1 - Partial
Y1 - Hi Speed Rev/Close
X2 - Close
Y2 - Low Speed Fwd/Open
X3 - Knife Edge
Y3 - Low Speed Rev/Close
X4 - Stop
X5 - Presence Sensor
X6 - Push Open/Push Close
Door moves 1/2
open with full
open signal is
given and RTDP
reads full open.
DO127: FPO-PAS1
Power Supply
No power light &
no 24 VDC
output.
DO165: Single Turn
Potentiometer /
Transducer
Door shuts off at
frame & oscillates
AND/OR continues
to try and AutoClose
and will not open
unless given a slight
push.
Dipswitch #4
must be ON and
all others OFF
Replace DO127
Power Supply
Door is resting
against frame
ABOVE the
AutoClose preset.
Rotate transducer
until below
AutoClose preset
value.
Component Specific Problems
Morse 90º Worm Gear
Door exhibits
sluggish or no
movement and
operator arm can
be moved freely
Inline Gear Reducer
Back drive is over
40 lb. at strike
DAU
When plugged in,
PLC power light
dims and DAU
may not power up
Power to operator
isn't sufficient:
check for voltage
underload
Internal damage to the worm
gear has occurred; replace
Worm Gear.
Inline reducer
may be have
excessively tight
internals; replace
reducer.
ALL presets and
RTDP values
read zero
No 5 VDC from
PLC: check for
voltage at
Phoenix
connector
DAU or Cable is
bad: check cable
Phoenix
connector
connections
Altered presets don't
appear to set and/or
go to zero after power
cycle
PLC Run/
Program switch is
in Prog position:
Move switch to
Run position
Presets are being
entered in the
wrong programing
area. Assure
correct serial
number selection
is made on initial
DAU screen.
Component Specific Problems
Battery Backup
Doesn't open
door
DO 566: KB Motor
Control
Door is sluggish
and speed pots
don't adjust speed
Motor Hum or
run-on after PLC
output has shut
off
Full open limit switch is
damaged or not installed:
Install N/C limit switch per
wiring
Reverse / Forward Current Limits are
set too low for door installation
conditions: Adjust RCL / FCL.
DB Pot is set too low: turn up DB
IR Pot is set too high: lower IR setting
110 VAC Relay not installed or
damaged: replace relay
NOTE: These adjustment pots are not
intended to "fix" poor installations,
Failure to have a properly installed
door may cause personal injury,
violate the entrapment feature of the
operator, and may void the operator
warranty: insure that the door is
installed and operates properly
without the door operator attached
Wiring is not correct: assure
proper wiring per wiring
diagram
Batteries are dead: replace
with new batteries
RESP Pot is set too low: turn up
RESP
FACC or RACC Pots are set too high:
lower pot settings
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