GaraMatic 10 and 20
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Instructions for Fitting, Operating and Maintenance
Garage Door Operator
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Contents
A
Articles supplied ..................................................... 2
B
Tools needed for fitting .......................................... 2
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
About These Instructions ....................................... 4
Further applicable documents .................................. 4
Warnings used .......................................................... 4
Definitions used ........................................................ 4
Symbols used ........................................................... 4
Abbreviations used ................................................... 5
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.7
2.8
Safety Instructions ........................................... 5
Intended use ............................................................. 5
Non-intended use ..................................................... 5
Fitter qualification ..................................................... 5
Safety instructions for fitting, maintenance,
repairs and disassembly of the door system ............ 5
Safety instructions for fitting ..................................... 6
Safety instructions for initial start-up and for
operation ................................................................... 6
Safety instructions for using the hand transmitter .... 6
Approved safety equipment...................................... 6
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Fitting ....................................................................... 7
Inspect door/door system ........................................ 7
Clearance required.................................................... 7
Fitting the garage door operator ............................... 7
Fitting the boom...................................................... 16
Determining the end-of-travel positions ................. 21
Fixing the warning sign ........................................... 23
4
4.1
4.2
Electrical connection ............................................ 24
Connecting terminals .............................................. 24
Connecting additional components/
accessories ............................................................. 24
5
Initial start-up ........................................................ 28
6
6.1
Menus .................................................................... 30
Menu description .................................................... 31
7
Teaching in the operator ...................................... 35
8
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
Hand transmitter HS 5 BiSecur ........................... 35
Description of the hand transmitter ........................ 36
Inserting/changing the battery ................................ 36
Hand transmitter operation ..................................... 36
Inheriting/transmitting a radio code ........................ 36
Querying the door position ..................................... 36
Hand transmitter reset ............................................ 37
LED display ............................................................. 37
Cleaning the hand transmitter ................................ 37
Disposal .................................................................. 37
Technical data ......................................................... 37
Excerpt from the declaration of conformity
for the hand transmitter .......................................... 37
2.5
2.6
9
9.1
9.2
External radio receiver ......................................... 37
Teaching in hand transmitter buttons ..................... 38
Excerpt from the declaration of conformity
for the receiver ........................................................ 38
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.7
Operation ............................................................... 38
Instructing users ..................................................... 38
Function check ....................................................... 39
Functions of various radio codes ........................... 39
Garage door operator behaviour after two
consecutive high-speed Open runs ........................ 39
Behaviour during a power failure
(without an emergency battery) .............................. 39
Behaviour after the power returns
(without emergency battery) ................................... 39
Reference run ......................................................... 39
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11.1
11.2
Inspection and Maintenance ............................... 39
Tension of the toothed belt ..................................... 40
Replacement bulb ................................................... 40
12
Factory reset ......................................................... 40
10.5
10.6
13
Dismantling and Disposal .................................... 41
14
Warranty Conditions ............................................. 41
15
Excerpt from the Declaration of
Incorporation ......................................................... 41
16
Technical Data....................................................... 42
17
17.1
17.2
Display of Errors/Warnings and Operating
Conditions ............................................................. 43
Display of errors and warnings ............................... 43
Display of Operating Conditions ............................. 44
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Menu and programming overview ...................... 44
Dissemination as well as duplication of this document and the
use and communication of its content are prohibited unless
explicitly permitted. Non-compliance will result in damage
compensation obligations. All rights reserved in the event of
patent, utility model or design model registration. Subject to
changes.
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Dear Customer,
We are delighted that you have chosen a quality product from
our company.
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About These Instructions
These instructions are original operating instructions as
outlined in the EC Directive 2006/42/EC. Read through all of
the instructions carefully, as they contain important
information about the product. Pay attention to and follow the
instructions provided, particularly the safety instructions and
warnings.
Please keep these instructions in a safe place and make sure
that they are available to all users at all times.
1.1
Further applicable documents
The following documents for safe handling and maintenance
of the door system must be placed at the disposal of the end
user:
ō These instructions
ō The enclosed test manual
ō The garage door operating instructions
1.2
Warnings used
Safety reversal
Door travel in the opposite direction when the safety device
or power limit is activated.
Reversal limit
If a safety device is activated, the door moves into the
opposite direction (safety reversal) up to the reversal limit
shortly before the Close end-of-travel position. If this limit is
passed, no reversal occurs to ensure that the door reaches
the end-of-travel position in one go.
Partial opening
Individually adjustable second opening height to ventilate the
garage.
Timeout
A defined period in which an action is expected to take place
(e.g. using the menu or activating a function). The operator
automatically goes into operation mode if this period elapses
without an action taking place.
Travel
The distance the door takes to move from the Open end-oftravel position to the Close end-of-travel position.
Pre-warning time
The general warning symbol indicates a danger that
can lead to injury or death. In the text, the general warning
symbol will be used in connection with the caution levels
described below. In the illustrated section, an additional
instruction refers back to the explanation in the text section.
DANGER
The time between the travel command (impulse) and the
actual start of travel.
1.4
Symbols used
The illustrated section shows how to fit the operator on a
sectional door. Deviations for fitting with an up-and-over door
are also shown. For this purpose, the following letters are
assigned to the figures:
Indicates a danger that can immediately lead to death or
serious injuries.
WARNING
Indicates a danger that can lead to death or serious injuries.
CAUTION
Indicates a danger that can lead to minor or moderate
injuries.
ATTENTION
Indicates a danger that can lead to damage or destruction
of the product.
1.3
Definitions used
a = Sectional door
b = Up-and-over door
All specified dimensions in the illustrated section are in [mm].
Symbols:
See text section
2.2
In the example, 2.2 means:
See text section, section 2.2
Automatic timer
Automatic closing of the door after a set time has elapsed
and after reaching the Open end-of-travel position or partial
opening.
Important advice to prevent injury to
persons and damage to property
Impulse sequence control
With each push of the button, the door is started against the
previous direction of travel or the motion of the door is
stopped.
High exertion of force
Learning runs
Door runs in which the travel and the forces needed for
moving the door are taught in.
Normal operation
Door travel with the taught-in travel distances and forces.
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Check for smooth running
Use protective gloves
UAP 1
Universal adapter print
HNA 18
Emergency battery
SLK
Yellow LED warning light
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Safety Instructions
ATTENTION:
Factory setting
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. FOR THE SAFETY OF
PERSONS, IT IS IMPORTANT TO COMPLY WITH THE
FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST
BE KEPT.
2.1
7-segment display
Display illuminated
Display flashes slowly.
Display flashes rapidly.
Note the manufacturer's specifications regarding the door and
operator combination. Potential hazards as outlined in
DIN EN 13241-1 are avoided by the construction and fitting
according to our guidelines. Door systems that are located in
a public area and which only have one protective device, such
as a power limit, may only be operated under supervision.
The garage door operator is designed for operation in dry
areas.
2.2
Dot flashes
Abbreviations used
Colour code for cables, single conductors and
components
The abbreviations of the colours for identifying the cables,
conductors and components comply with the international
colour code according to IEC 757:
WH
White
BN
Brown
GN
Green
YE
Yellow
Non-intended use
The operator must not be used with doors without a safety
catch.
2.3
1.5
Intended use
The garage door operator is intended for impulse operation of
spring compensated sectional and up-and-over doors, as well
as counterbalanced retractable up-and-over doors.
Depending on the type of operator, the operator can be used
in private/non-commercial areas or in commercial areas (e.g. in
underground and collective garages).
Fitter qualification
Only correct fitting and maintenance in compliance with the
instructions by a competent/specialist company or a
competent/qualified person ensures safe and flawless
operation of the system. According to EN 12635, a specialist
is a person with suitable training, specialist knowledge and
practical experience sufficient to correctly and safely fit, test
and maintain a door system.
2.4
Safety instructions for fitting, maintenance,
repairs and disassembly of the door system
DANGER
Compensating springs are under high tension
▶
See warning in section 3.1
Article designations
HE 3 BiSecur 3-channel receiver
IT 1b
Internal push button with illuminated impulse
button
IT 3b / PB 3
Internal push button with illuminated impulse
button, additional buttons for light on/off and
operator on/off
EL 101 /
EL 301
One-way photocell
STK
Wicket door contact
SKS
Activating kit for closing edge safety device
VL
Activating kit for leading photocell
WARNING
Danger of injury due to unexpected door travel
▶
See warning in section 11
Fitting, maintenance, repairs and disassembly of the door
system and garage door operator must be performed by
a specialist.
▶
In the event of a failure of the garage door operator, a
specialist must be commissioned immediately to perform
an inspection or carry out repairs.
HS 5 BiSecur Hand transmitter with status feedback
HOR 1
Option relay
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2.5
Safety instructions for fitting
The specialist carrying out the work must ensure that
installation is conducted in compliance with the prevailing
occupational safety rules and regulations and those governing
the operation of electrical equipment. The relevant national
guidelines must be observed. Potential hazards as outlined in
DIN EN 13241-1 are avoided by the construction and fitting
according to our guidelines.
The garage ceiling must guarantee secure fastening of the
operator. For ceilings which are too high or too light, the
operator must be fastened with additional struts.
WARNING
Unsuitable fixing material
▶
See warning in section 3.3
Danger to life from the pull rope
▶
See warning in section 3.3
Danger of injury due to unwanted door travel
▶
See warning in section 3.3
2.6
Safety instructions for initial start-up and for
operation
CAUTION
Danger of crushing in the boom
▶
See warning in section 10
Danger of injury from the cord knob
▶
See warning in section 10
Danger of injury due to the hot lamp
▶
See warning in section 11.2
Danger of injury resulting from uncontrolled door
movement in the Close direction if one of the
counterbalance springs breaks and the slide carriage is
released.
▶
See warning in section 10
ATTENTION
External voltage at the connecting terminals
External voltage on the connecting terminals of the control
will destroy the electronics.
▶
Do not apply any mains voltage (230/240 V AC) to the
connecting terminals of the control.
2.7
DANGER
Mains voltage
Contact with the mains voltage presents the danger of a
deadly electric shock.
For that reason, observe the following warnings under all
circumstances:
▶
Electrical connections may only be made by a qualified
electrician.
▶
The on-site electrical installation must conform to the
applicable protective regulations (230/240 V AC,
50/60 Hz)!
▶
The mains plug must be disconnected before any work
is performed on the operator.
WARNING
Danger of injury during door travel
▶
See warning in section 5
CAUTION
Safety instructions for using the hand
transmitter
WARNING
Danger of injury during door travel
▶
See warning in section 8
CAUTION
Danger of injury due to unintended door travel
▶
See warning in section 8
2.8
Approved safety equipment
Safety relevant functions or components of the control from
our company, such as the power limit, external photocells/
switching strips, have been designed and approved in
accordance with category 2, PL “c” of EN ISO 13849-1:2008.
WARNING
Danger of injury due to faulty safety equipment
▶
See warning in section 7
Danger of injury due to selection of the wrong door type
▶
See warning in section 7
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Fitting
3.3
Fitting the garage door operator
ATTENTION:
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE FITTING.
OBSERVE ALL INSTRUCTIONS, INCORRECT FITTING
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURIES.
3.1
Inspect door/door system
DANGER
Compensating springs are under high tension
Serious injuries may occur while adjusting or loosening the
compensating springs!
▶
For your own safety, only have a specialist conduct
work on the door compensating springs. The same
applies to all maintenance and repair work!
▶
Never try to replace, adjust, repair or reposition the
compensating springs for the counterbalance of the
door or the spring mountings yourself.
▶
In addition, check the entire door system (joints, door
bearings, cables, springs and fastenings) for wear and
possible damage.
▶
Check for the presence of rust, corrosion and cracks.
A malfunction in the door system or an incorrectly aligned
door can cause serious injuries!
▶
Do not use the door system if repair or adjustment work
must be conducted!
The construction of the operator is not designed for operation
with sluggish doors, i.e. doors that can hardly or not at all be
opened or closed manually.
The door must be in a flawless mechanical condition, as well
as correctly balanced, so that it can be easily operated by
hand (EN 12604).
▶
Lift the door by approx. one metre and let it go. The door
should stay in this position and neither move downward
nor upward. If the door does move in either direction,
there is a danger that the compensating springs/weights
are not properly adjusted or are defective. In this case,
increased wear and malfunctioning of the door system
can be expected.
▶
Check whether the door can be opened and closed
correctly.
3.2
WARNING
Unsuitable fixing material
Use of unsuitable fixing material may lead to unsafe fitting
which may cause the operator to come loose.
▶
The fitter must check the suitability of the provided
fixing material (plugs) for use in the intended fitting
location; other fixing material must be used if the
provided material is suitable for concrete (≥ B15), but is
not officially approved (see Figures 1.6a / 1.8b / 2.4).
WARNING
Danger to life from the pull rope
A running rope may lead to strangulation.
▶
Remove the rope while fitting the operator
(see Figure 1.3a).
WARNING
Danger of injury due to unwanted door travel
Incorrect assembly or handling of the operator may trigger
unwanted door travel that may result in persons or objects
being jammed.
▶
Follow all the instructions provided in this manual.
Incorrectly fitted control devices (e.g. buttons) may trigger
unwanted door travel. Persons or objects may be jammed
as a result.
▶
▶
Install control devices at a height of
at least 1.5 m (out of the reach of
children).
Fit permanently installed control
devices (such as buttons, etc.)
within sight of the door, but away
from moving parts.
ATTENTION
Damage caused by dirt
Drilling dust and chippings can lead to malfunctions.
▶
Cover the operator during drilling work.
Clearance required
The clearance between the highest point of door travel and
the ceiling (even when opening the door) must be at least
30 mm.
If the clearance is smaller, the operator can also be mounted
behind the opened door if enough space is available. In this
case, an extended fitting bracket (ordered separately) must be
used.
The garage door operator can be arranged up to max.
500 mm off-centre. Exceptions to this include sectional doors
with high-lift (high-lift track application H). Special fitting is
required for this arrangement.
NOTES:
An emergency release is required for garages without a
second entrance in order to prevent users from locking
themselves during a power failure; this must be ordered
separately.
▶
Check the emergency release for proper function every
month.
In order to fully comply with the TTZ break-in resistance
guideline for garage doors, the cord knob on the slide
carriage must be removed.
The electrical outlet should be fitted approx. 500 mm from the
operator head.
▶
Check these dimensions!
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▶
Note section 3.2.
– Clearance required
1.
Completely disassemble the
mechanical door locking. Disengage
the mechanical lockings.
With an off-centre reinforcement
profile, fit the link bracket on the
nearest reinforcement profile to the
left or right (see Figure 1a).
2.
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3.
For sectional doors with central
door locking, fit the lintel joint
and link bracket off-centre
(max. 500 mm).
NOTE:
Not illustrated in figure 1.5a: use the
5 x 35 woodscrews from the door
accessory pack (hole Ø 3 mm) for
timber doors.
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▶
Note section 3.2.
– Clearance required
4.
Render the mechanical
door lockings inoperable
(see Figure 1.3b).
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5.
6.
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Render the mechanical door
lockings inoperable
(see Figures 1.4b / 1.5b). For door
models not covered here, block the
catches on site.
Not illustrated in figures 1.6b / 1.7b:
The lintel joint and link bracket must
be attached off-centre for
up-and-over doors with ornamental
iron door handles.
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NOTE:
With N80 doors with timber infill, use the
bottom holes on the lintel joint for fitting.
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3.4
Fitting the boom
NOTE:
Only use the booms recommended
by us for the garage door operators depending on the respective application
(see product information).
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▶
Press the green button and move
the slide carriage approx. 200 mm
towards the centre of the rail
(see figure 2.1). This is no longer
possible once the end stops and
operator have been fitted.
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NOTE:
For operators used in underground and
collective garages, it is necessary to fix
the boom under the ceiling of the garage
using a second suspension.
A second suspension is recommended
with divided rails (available under
accessories).
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NOTE:
Depending on the track application, the
installation direction of the fitting bracket
must be taken into account.
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NOTE:
Depending on the door type, the
installation direction of the fitting bracket
must be taken into account.
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To prepare for manual operation
▶
Pull on the cord of the mechanical
release (Figure 4).
3.5
Determining the
end-of-travel positions
If the door cannot be easily moved into
the desired Open or Closed
end-of-travel position.
▶
Note section 3.1!
3.5.1
1.
2.
3.
Fitting the Open end stop
Loosely insert the end stop in the
boom between the slide carriage
and operator.
Push the door into the Open
end-of-travel position by hand.
Fix the end stop.
NOTE:
In case the door does not reach the
complete passage height in the
end-of-travel position, the end stop can
be removed so that the integrated end
stop (on the operator head) is used.
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3.5.2
1.
2.
3.
Fitting the Close end stop
Loosely insert the end stop in the
boom between the slide carriage
and door.
Push the door into the Close endof-travel position by hand.
Move the end stop by approx.
10 mm in the Close direction and fix
the end stop.
To prepare for automatic operation
▶
Push the green button on the slide
carriage (Figure 6).
▶
Move the door by hand until the
slide carriage snaps into the belt
lock.
▶
Note the safety instructions in
section 10
– Danger of crushing in the boom
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3.5.3
Fitting the operator head
Fix the operator head with the
display towards the door (Figure 7).
▶
Note the safety instructions in
section 10
– ATTENTION
▶
3.6
▶
Fixing the warning sign
Fix the crushing warning sign in a
prominent, cleaned and degreased
place, for example near to the
permanently installed button for
moving the operator.
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Electrical connection
▶
Note the safety instructions in
section 2.6
– Mains voltage
– External voltage at the connecting
terminals
To prevent malfunctions:
▶
Duct the operator's connection
cables (24 V DC) in an installation
system that is separate from other
supply lines (230 V AC).
4.1
Connecting terminals
All connecting terminals can have
multiple assignments (see figure 10):
ō Minimum thickness: 1 x 0.5 mm2
ō Maximum thickness: 1 x 2.5 mm2
Accessories with special functions can
be connected to the BUS connecting
terminal.
4.2
Connecting additional
components/accessories
NOTE:
Maximum operator current rating by all
accessories: max. 250 mA. See the
figures for component power
consumption.
4.2.1
External radio receiver*
▶
See Figure 11 and section 9
Insert the plug of the receiver in the
corresponding socket.
4.2.2
External impulse button
▶
See Figure 12
One or more buttons with normally open
contacts (volt-free), such as internal
push buttons or key switches, can be
connected in parallel.
*Accessory, not included as standard
equipment!
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4.2.3
▶
Internal push button
PB 3 / IT 3b*
See Figure 13
Impulse button to start or stop door
runs
▶
See Figure 13.1
Light button to switch the operator
light on and off
▶
See Figure 13.2
Button to switch all control elements
on and off
▶
See Figure 13.3
4.2.4
2-wire photocell* (dynamic)
See Figure 14
▶
NOTE:
Follow the fitting instructions when
mounting photocells.
After the photocell has been triggered,
the operator stops and a safety reversal
of the door is performed to the Open
end-of-travel position.
*Accessory, not included as standard
equipment!
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4.2.5
▶
Tested wicket door
contact*
Connect wicket door contacts that
switch to ground (0 V) as shown in
Figure 15.
Door cycles are immediately halted and
permanently prevented when the wicket
door contact is opened.
4.2.6
Closing edge safety device*
▶
Connect closing edge safety
devices that switch to ground (0 V)
as shown in Figure 16.
After the closing edge safety device has
been triggered, the operator stops and
the door reverses in the Open direction.
4.2.7
Option relay HOR 1*
▶
See Figure 17 and section 6.1.7
Option relay HOR 1 is required to
connect an external lamp or warning
light.
*Accessory, not included as standard
equipment!
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4.2.8
▶
Universal adapter print
UAP 1*
See Figure 18 and section 6.1.7
The universal adapter print UAP 1 can
be used for other additional functions.
4.2.9
Emergency battery HNA 18*
▶
See Figure 19
To enable door movement in the event
of a power failure, an optional
emergency battery can be connected.
The system automatically switches
to battery operation. During battery
operation, the operator light remains
switched off.
WARNING
Danger of injury due to unexpected
door travel
Unexpected door travel may occur
when the emergency battery is still
connected despite the mains plug
being pulled out.
▶
Disconnect the mains plug and
the plug of the emergency battery
whenever performing work on the
door system.
4.2.10
Hand transmitter
▶
See Figure 20
1
2
3
4
5
LED, multicolour
Hand transmitter buttons
Status button
Battery lid
Battery
After inserting the battery, the hand
transmitter is ready for operation.
*Accessory, not included as standard
equipment!
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▶
Initial start-up
Before initial start-up, read and follow the safety
instructions in sections 2.6 and 2.8.
NOTES:
ō The hand transmitter must be ready for operation
(see section 4.2.10)
ō The slide carriage must be engaged and there may not be
any obstacles in the function range of the safety devices!
ō Safety devices must be fitted and connected beforehand.
ō If further safety devices are connected at a later point,
a new learning run is required (menu 10).
ō When teaching in, the connected safety devices and
power limit are not active.
▶
See Figure 21
1.
Plug in the mains plug.
A U is illuminated in the display.
Select the existing door type.
An L will then be illuminated in the display.
2.
Door types:
Menu
01
02
03
04
05
1)
2)
3)
4)
=
=
=
=
=
Door type
Sectional door
Up-and-over door 1)
Side sliding sectional door
Non-protruding up-and-over door 2) (e.g. ET 500) 3)
Sliding door 4) (e.g. ST 500) 3)
A door swinging outwards
A door tilting inwards
Dependent on the operator type
With this door type, an 8k2 resistance contact strip must be fitted to
the secondary closing edge in the Open direction and connected to
the operator via the 8k2-1T decoder unit.
NOTE:
▶
Set menu 03 for hinged doors.
The numbers represent the following:
0-2
3-9
Optimum force conditions
The door system is moving easily.
Poor force conditions
The door system must be inspected or readjusted.
Once the taught-in forces have been displayed, the operator
will automatically switch to the menu to register the hand
transmitters for the impulse control function. An 11 will flash in
the display.
To register a hand transmitter (impulse):
4. Press the hand transmitter button whose radio code you
want to transmit and keep it pressed. (Please see
section 8.4 for more information on the hand transmitter).
If a valid radio code is detected, the 11 flashes quickly in
the display.
5. Release the hand transmitter button.
The hand transmitter has been registered and is ready
for operation.
The 11 flashes in the display and you can register further
hand transmitters.
If you want to cancel hand transmitter registration or not
register any further hand transmitters:
▶
Press the PRG button.
6.
Press the buttons
or
to select menu 00
(exit programming mode) or wait for the timeout to elapse
to switch to operation mode.
or
6.1 Press the buttons or , to select menu 12
(operator light) or menu 13 (partial opening).
7. Press the PRG button to change to programming mode.
8. In menus 12 and 13, proceed exactly as described in
steps 4 + 5.
The operator is ready for operation.
Timeout
Timeout
If the timeout (60 seconds) elapses before starting the learning
run, the operator will automatically switch back to the delivery
condition.
If the timeout elapses (25 seconds) while registering the hand
transmitter, the operator will automatically switch to operation
mode. To register a hand transmitter, the corresponding menu
must then be selected manually (see section 6.1.3).
3.
Press the button .
– The door will open and briefly stop in the Open
end-of-travel position.
– The door will automatically go through 3 complete
cycles (Open and Close). In the process the travel,
required forces, and connected safety devices will be
taught in.
The operator light and L in the display flash during the
learning run.
– The door will stop in the Open end-of-travel position.
The operator light remains illuminated and goes out
after 60 seconds.
To abort a learning run:
▶
Press one of the buttons
or , the PRG button or an
external control element with impulse function.
A U in the display shows that the operator has not been
taught in.
Display of the taught-in forces
A number will be illuminated after the learning runs. This
indicates the maximum detected force.
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6
Menus
NOTES:
ō The hand transmitter must be ready
for operation (see section 4.2.10)
ō With the function blocks that
consist of several menus, only one
menu may be selected per block.
ō After the operator has been taught
in, only the selectable
menus 10 – 46 are shown.
Menus 01 – 05 are only accessible
during initial start-up. Menu 00 is
used to exit programming mode.
ō A decimal point next to the menu
number indicates an active menu.
To switch to programming mode:
Figure 22
▶
Press the PRG button until the 00
display is illuminated.
To select a menu: Figure 22.1
▶
With the buttons
or
select the
desired menu. Holding down the
buttons or
lets you go through
the menus quickly.
To activate a menu: Figure 22.2
Press the PRG button until the
decimal point next to the menu
number is illuminated.
The menu is immediately activated.
▶
To exit programming mode:
Figure 22.3
▶
With the buttons
or
select
menu 00 and press the PRG button.
or
▶
30
No entry for 60 seconds (timeout).
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6.1
Menu description
A table containing all of the menus can be found in section 18, from page 44.
If you switch to programming mode, the operator light will be illuminated for 60 seconds. Pressing the buttons
extends the time the light is on.
6.1.1
,
or PRG
Menu 01 - 05: Door types
Menus 01 – 05 are needed for initial start-up of the operator. They are only accessible during initial start-up or after a factory reset.
Once the door type has been selected, all of the door-specific values, such as speed, soft stop, reversing behaviour of the safety
devices, reversal limits, etc. will be pre-set automatically.
▶
For an overview of door types, see section 5
6.1.2
Menu 10: Learning runs
Note the information in section 5.
▶
Learning runs in the delivery
condition:
All of the learning runs are done
automatically during initial start-up
(section 5).
Learning runs after service or
maintenance work:
Learning runs may be required due to
service or maintenance work, retrofitting
of safety devices such as photocells,
wicket door contacts or safety contact
strips, or changes to the door. When
doing so, the existing door data (travel
and forces) are deleted and taught in
again.
To exit the menu before starting the
learning runs:
▶
Press the PRG button.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the PRG button until the 00
display is illuminated.
With the buttons
or
select
the desired menu 10 .
Press the PRG button until an L
is illuminated in the display.
Continue with step 3, in section 5.
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6.1.3
Menu 11 – 13: Register hand
transmitter
A maximum of 150 radio codes can be
transferred and distributed to the
available channels. If more than
150 radio codes are transferred, the first
one will be deleted. If the radio code of a
hand transmitter button is transferred for
two different functions, the radio code
for the first transferred function will be
deleted.
The following prerequisites must be
fulfilled in order to transfer a radio code
to the integrated radio receiver:
ō The operator is idling.
ō The warning or hold-open phase is
not active.
Menu 11: Transfer radio code for
impulse control:
▶
See Figure 24
Menu 12: Transfer radio code for
the operator light:
▶
See Figure 25
Menu 13: Transfer radio code for
partial opening:
▶
See Figure 26
NOTE:
Please see section 8.4 for more
information on the hand transmitter.
To cancel hand transmitter
registration:
▶
Press the PRG button.
Timeout
If the timeout elapses (25 seconds) while
registering the hand transmitter, the
operator will automatically switch back
to programming mode.
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About the menus described here:
▶
See also the overview from page 44.
6.1.4
Menu 14: Query door type
During initial start-up or after a factory reset, you can query
the set door type via menu 14.
To query the door type:
1.
2.
Select menu 14 as described in section 6.
Press the PRG button.
The set door type will be displayed as long as the PRG
button is pressed.
6.1.5
Menu 15 – 18: Operator light controlled by the
operator
The operator light is switched on as soon as the door starts
moving. After the door has stopped moving, the operator light
remains on for the set period (illumination period).
If menu 15 is activated, the operator light will not be switched
on once the door starts moving.
The illumination period for the operator light can be set using
menus 16 – 18.
To set the desired function:
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
▶
6.1.6
Menu 19 – 21: Operator light controlled by
external control elements
The operator light can be switched on with an external control
element (e.g. hand transmitter or internal push button IT 3b,
PB 3) and remains on for the set period (illumination period).
If menu 19 is activated, the operator light cannot be switched
on with an external control element.
The illumination period for the operator light can be set using
menus 20 – 21. Menu 23 is also activated automatically.
To set the desired function:
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
▶
6.1.7
Menu 22 – 29: Functions with additional print
If menu 22 is activated, the external light can be turned on and
off permanently. Not possible in combination with menu 23.
The operator light is always deactivated.
To set the desired function:
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
▶
6.1.9
Menu 32 – 36: Automatic timer
With an automatic timer, the door is only opened with a travel
command. The door closes automatically after a set time and
the pre-warning phase have elapsed. If the door receives a
travel command while it is closing, the door will stop and open
again.
NOTES:
ō The automatic timer may/can only be activated within the
scope of DIN EN 12453 if at least one additional safety
device (photocell) is connected besides the standard
power limit.
ō If the automatic timer is set (menus 32 – 35), the prewarning phase (menu 31) and the photocell (menu 61) will
automatically be activated.
To set the desired function:
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
▶
6.1.10
Menu 37 – 38: Hold-open phase functions
The time set for the automatic timer corresponds to the holdopen phase for the door before it automatically closes.
If menu 37 is activated, the hold-open time is extended by an
impulse radio code, an external control element with impulse
function, the button or a photocell.
If menu 38 is activated, the hold-open phase is cancelled by
an impulse radio code, external control element with impulse
function or the button and the door closes immediately
after the pre-warning phase has elapsed.
To set the desired function:
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
▶
6.1.11
Menu 41 – 42: Automatic timer from the partial
opening position
Not suitable for side sliding sectional doors!
If menu 27 or 28 is activated and no pre-warning phase or
hold-open phase has been activated (menu 31 – 35, 41),
the relay does not function despite the activated menu.
NOTES:
ō The automatic timer may/can only be activated within the
scope of DIN EN 12453 if at least one additional safety
device (photocell) is connected besides the standard
power limit.
ō If the automatic timer is set (menu 41), the photocell
(menu 61) will automatically be activated as well. The
pre-warning phase (menu 31) will not be activated.
Option relay HOR 1 is required to connect an external lamp
or warning light.
If menu 41 is activated, the door will automatically close after
1 hour.
The universal adapter print UAP 1 can be used to control
further functions such as Open and Close limit switch
reporting, direction selection or operator light.
Menu 42 deactivates the automatic timer from the partial
opening position.
If menu 22 is activated, menu 19 is also automatically
activated ad menus 23 – 29 cannot be activated!
To set the desired function:
▶
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
6.1.8
To set the desired function:
Select the menu for the desired function as described in
section 6.
▶
Menu 30 – 31: Pre-warning phase
Menu 30 deactivates the pre-warning phase. The door starts
moving immediately after a travel command.
If menu 31 is activated and a travel command is given, a
warning light connected to the option relay is illuminated for
5 seconds before the door starts moving. The pre-warning
phase is active in the Open and Close direction.
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6.1.12
▶
Menu 40: Deleting radio All functions
See Figure 27
There is no option to delete the radio
codes for individual hand transmitter
buttons or individual functions.
6.1.13
▶
Menu 43: Changing the
ventilation position
See Figure 28
The partial opening position (ventilation
position) depends on the door type and
is pre-set at the factory.
Sectional door:
Approx. 260 mm slide
travel before the Close
end-of-travel position.
Minimum
height
Approx. 120 mm slide
travel before each
end-of-travel position.
The partial opening position is triggered
using the 3rd radio channel (menu 13),
an external receiver, the additional print
UAP 1 or an impulse at terminals 20 / 23.
To change the partial opening
position:
1.
2.
3.
Move the door into the desired
position with the buttons
and ,
via the taught-in radio code impulse
or an external control element with
impulse function.
Select menu 43.
Press the PRG button until the
decimal point next to the menu
number is illuminated.
The changed partial opening position
is saved.
If the selected height is too low, a 2-digit
number starting with 1 will appear with
a flashing decimal point (see section 17).
6.1.14
▶
Menu 44: Blocking the
control buttons on the
operator
See Figure 29
and
When blocking, only the buttons
on the operator are blocked. External
control elements and hand transmitters
remain active.
If the decimal point next to the menu
number is illuminated, the control
buttons are blocked.
6.1.15
▶
Menu 45: Releasing the
control buttons on the
operator
See Figure 30
and
When releasing, the buttons
on the operator become active again.
If only the menu number is illuminated,
the control buttons are not blocked.
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7
Teaching in the operator
When teaching in (Figure 21), the operator is adjusted to the
door. The travel length, required force for opening and closing,
and any connected safety devices are automatically taught in
and saved in a power failure-proof manner. The data are only
valid for this door.
Operator light:
If the operator has not been taught in, the operator light will be
illuminated for 60 seconds as soon as the mains plug is
inserted in the socket. Pressing the buttons ,
or PRG
extends the time the light is on.
The operator light flashes during the teach-in process. After
the learning runs have been completed, the operator light is
illuminated and switches off after 60 seconds (factory setting).
CAUTION
Danger of injury due to selection of the wrong door type
If the wrong door type is selected, unspecific values will be
pre-set. The resulting door malfunctions may cause injuries.
▶
Only select the menu that corresponds to the available
door type.
WARNING
Danger of injury due to faulty safety equipment
In the event of a malfunction, there is a danger of injury due
to faulty safety equipment.
▶
After the learning runs, the person commissioning the
system must check the function(s) of the safety
equipment.
The system is ready for operation only after this.
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Hand transmitter HS 5 BiSecur
WARNING
Danger of injury during door travel
Persons may be injured by door travel if
the hand transmitter is actuated.
▶
Make sure that the hand transmitters
are kept away from children and can
only be used by people who have
been instructed on how the remotecontrol door functions!
▶
If the door has only one safety
device, only operate the hand
transmitter if you are within sight of
the door!
▶
Only drive or pass through remote
control door systems if the door is in
the Open end-of-travel position!
▶
Never stay standing under the open
door.
▶
Please note that unwanted door
travel may occur if a hand
transmitter button is accidentally
pressed (e.g. if stored in a pocket/
handbag).
CAUTION
Danger of injury due to unintended door travel
Unintended door travel may occur while teaching in the
radio system.
▶
Make sure no persons or objects are in the door's area
of travel when teaching in the radio code.
ATTENTION
Functional impairment due to environmental influences
Non-compliance with these instructions can impair the
function!
Protect the hand transmitter from the following conditions:
ō Direct sunlight (permissible ambient temperature:
-20°C to +60°C)
ō Moisture
ō Dust
NOTES:
ō If there is no separate garage entrance, perform all
programming changes and extensions of radio systems
from inside the garage.
ō After programming or extending the radio system, check
the functions.
ō Only use original components when putting the radio
system into service or extending it.
ō Local conditions may affect the range of the radio system.
ō When used at the same time, GSM 900 mobile phones
can affect the range.
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8.1
▶
8.2
▶
Description of the hand transmitter
See Figure 20
Inserting/changing the battery
See Figure 20
ATTENTION
Destruction of the hand transmitter by leaking batteries
Batteries can leak and destroy the hand transmitter.
▶
Remove the battery from the hand transmitter if it is not
used for a long period of time.
8.3
Hand transmitter operation
Each hand transmitter button is assigned to a radio code.
Press the button of the hand transmitter whose radio code
you want to transmit.
– The radio code is transmitted and the LED is
illuminated blue for 2 seconds.
NOTE:
2.
If the battery is almost empty, the LED flashes red twice
a. before transmitting the radio code.
▶ The battery should be replaced soon.
b. and the radio code is not transmitted.
▶ The battery must be replaced immediately.
8.4
1.
2.
1.
3.
Inheriting/transmitting a radio code
Press the button of the hand transmitter whose radio
code you want to inherit/transmit and keep it pressed.
– The radio code is transmitted and the LED is
illuminated blue for 2 seconds then goes out.
– After 5 seconds, the LED alternates flashing in red
and blue; the radio code is transmitted.
If the radio code is transmitted and accepted, release
the hand transmitter button.
– The LED goes out.
NOTE:
You have 15 seconds to inherit / transmit the code. The
process must be repeated if the radio code is not successfully
inherited / transmitted within this time.
8.5
Querying the door position
8.5.1
Manual door position query
Press the door position query button.
– The LED is illuminated orange for 5 seconds.
Within this period of time, press the hand transmitter
button of the door system whose position you want to
query.
– The LED slowly flashes in orange for 5 seconds.
Depending on the position of the door, the respective
feedback will be sent.
a. The LED flashes rapidly in orange for 4 seconds.
– The operator is out of reach.
b. The LED flashes rapidly in green for 3 seconds.
– Position: Door is closed
c. The LED flashes slowly 3 times in red.
– Position: Door is not closed.
A new door position query is only possible after the LED stops
flashing.
8.5.2
Automatic feedback of the door position after
manual query
If the same hand transmitter button is pressed again within
5 seconds after the manual door position query, you will
receive automatic feedback on the door position as soon as
the door has reached an end-of-travel position.
A query of the current door position (Open / Close) is possible
with this hand transmitter. For this purpose, the operator must
be equipped with a bi-directional radio module and be within
the range of the hand transmitter.
NOTE:
If a hand transmission button is pressed that does not actuate
a bi-directional radio module, the door position query is
aborted.
1.
2.
3.
Perform a manual door position query, see section 8.5.1.
Press the hand transmitter button again as described in
section 8.5.1, 2..
– The radio code is transmitted and the LED is
illuminated briefly in orange.
The position of the door will be queried every 5 seconds;
the LED is illuminated briefly in orange.
NOTE:
Pressing the hand transmitter button again activates door
travel if the door is not in motion.
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4.
If the position of the operator is known, it is automatically
transmitted back.
8.8
Cleaning the hand transmitter
ATTENTION
8.6
Hand transmitter reset
Each hand transmitter button is assigned to a new radio code
by means of the following steps.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the battery lid and remove the battery for
10 seconds.
Press a hand transmitter button and keep it pressed.
Insert the battery and close the battery lid.
– The LED slowly flashes in blue for 4 seconds.
– The LED flashes rapidly in blue for 2 seconds.
– The LED is illuminated blue for a long time.
Release the hand transmitter button.
All radio codes are newly assigned.
Damaging the hand transmitter by faulty cleaning
Cleaning the hand transmitter with unsuitable cleaning
agents can damage the hand transmitter housing as well
as the hand transmitter buttons.
▶
Clean the hand transmitter with a clean, soft, damp
cloth.
NOTE:
White hand transmitter buttons can change their colour when
used regularly over an extended period of time, if they come in
contact with cosmetic products (e.g. hand cream).
8.9
NOTE:
8.7
Disposal
Electrical and electronic devices as well as batteries
may not be disposed of in household rubbish, but
must be returned to the appropriate recycling
facilities.
If the hand transmitter button is released prematurely, no new
radio codes are assigned.
LED display
Blue (BU)
Condition
Function
Illuminated for 2
seconds
A radio code is being transmitted
Flashes slowly
Hand transmitter is in the learn mode
Flashes quickly after
slow flashing
A valid radio code was detected
during the learning run
Flashes slowly
for 4 seconds
Flashes quickly
for 2 seconds
Illuminated long
Device reset is being performed
or completed
8.10
Technical data
Type
Frequency
Power supply
Hand transmitter HS 5 BiSecur
868 MHz
1 x 1.5 V battery,
type: AAA (LR 03)
Perm. ambient temperature -20 °C to +60 °C
Protection category
IP 20
8.11
Excerpt from the declaration of conformity for
the hand transmitter
Condition
Function
Conformity of the abovementioned product with the
requirements of the directives according to article 3 of the
R & TTE directives 1999/5/EC was verified by compliance
with the following standards:
ō EN 60950:2000
ō EN 300 220-1
ō EN 300 220-3
ō EN 301 489-1
ō EN 300 489-3
Flashing alternately
Hand transmitter is in inherit / transmit
mode
The original declaration of conformity can be requested from
the manufacturer.
Red (RD)
Condition
Function
Flashes 2x
The battery is almost empty
Flashes slowly 3x
Position: door is not closed
Blue (BU) and Red (RD)
Orange (OG)
9
Condition
Function
Is illuminated
for 5 seconds
The door position query has been
activated
Flashes slowly
for 5 seconds
The position is queried
Flashes quickly
for 4 seconds
The operator is out of reach
Illuminated briefly
The position is queried every 5 s
Green (GN)
Condition
Function
Flashes quickly
for 3 seconds
Position: door is closed
External radio receiver*
If there is a limited range, the functions impulse, operator light
or partial opening can be controlled with an external radio
receiver.
If an external radio receiver is retrofitted, the data in the
integrated radio module must be deleted (see section 6.1.12).
NOTE:
The antenna wire of external receivers should not come into
contact with metal objects (nails, bracing, etc.). The best
alignment to achieve an optimum range must be established
by trial and error.
When used at the same time, GSM 900 mobile phones can
affect the range.
* Accessory, not included as standard equipment!
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9.1
▶
9.2
Teaching in hand transmitter buttons
Follow the operating instructions for the external receiver
to register the hand transmitter button for the desired
function.
Excerpt from the declaration of conformity for
the receiver
Conformity of the abovementioned product with the
requirements of the directives according to article 3 of the
R & TTE directives 1999/5/EC was verified by compliance
with the following standards:
ō EN 300 220-3
ō EN 301 489-1
ō EN 300 489-3
The original declaration of conformity can be requested from
the manufacturer.
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Operation
WARNING
Danger of injury during door travel
If people or objects are near the door
while the door is in motion, this can lead
to injuries or damage.
▶
Children are not allowed to play near
the door system.
▶
Make sure that no persons or
objects are in the door's area of
travel.
▶
If the door system has only one
safety feature, only operate the
garage door operator if you are
within sight of the door's area of
travel.
▶
Monitor the door travel until the door
has reached the end-of-travel
position.
▶
Only drive or pass through remote
control door systems if the door is in
the Open end-of-travel position!
▶
Never stay standing under the open
door.
CAUTION
Danger of crushing in the boom
Do not reach into the boom with your fingers during door
travel, as this can cause crushing.
▶
Do not reach into the boom during door travel
CAUTION
Danger of injury due to the hot lamp
Touching the cold light reflector lamp during or immediately
following operation can lead to burns.
▶
Do not touch the cold light reflector lamp if it is
switched on or was recently switched on.
CAUTION
Danger of injury resulting from uncontrolled door
movement in the Close direction if one of the
counterbalance springs breaks and the slide carriage is
released.
If a retrofit set is not installed, uncontrolled door movement
in the Close direction may occur if the slide carriage is
released while a counterbalance spring is broken, the door
is improperly balanced or the door is not completely closed.
▶
The responsible fitter must install a retrofit set on the
slide carriage if the following applies:
– The standard DIN EN 13241-1 applies
– The garage door operator is retrofitted to a
Hörmann sectional door without spring safety
device (BR30) by a technical expert.
This set includes a screw that secures the slide carriage
against uncontrolled unlocking as well as a new cord knob
sign with images showing how the set and the slide carriage
should be handled for the two operation modes of the
operator boom.
NOTE:
The use of an emergency release or an emergency release
lock is not possible in conjunction with the retrofit set.
ATTENTION
Damage due to the cord of the mechanical release
If the cord of the mechanical release becomes caught on a
roof carrier system or other parts of the vehicle or door, this
can lead to damage.
▶
Make sure that the cable cannot become caught.
Heat generation due to the illumination
As a result of heat being generated by the operator light,
there is a risk of damage if the spacing is inadequate.
▶
The smallest distance to easily inflammable materials or
heat-sensitive surfaces must be at least 0.1 m
(see Figure 7).
10.1
▶
CAUTION
Danger of injury from the cord knob
If you hang on the cord knob, you may fall and injure
yourself. The operator could break away and injure persons
or damage objects that are located underneath, or the
operator itself could be destroyed.
▶
Do not hang on the cord knob with your body weight.
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▶
Instructing users
All persons using the door system must be shown how to
operate the garage door operator properly and safely.
Demonstrate and test the mechanical release as well as
the safety reversal.
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10.2
Function check
To check the safety reversal:
1.
2.
3.
▶
Stop the door with both hands
while it is closing.
The door system must stop and
initiate the safety reversal.
Stop the door with both hands
while it is opening.
The door system must switch off.
In the centre of the opening,
position a test object with a height
of approx. 50 mm (SKS) or 16 mm
(VL) and close the door.
The door system must stop and
initiate the safety reversal as soon
as it reaches the obstacle.
In the event of a failure of the safety reversal, a specialist
must be commissioned immediately for the inspection
and repair work.
10.3
Functions of various radio codes
A radio code is assigned to each hand transmitter button. In
order to actuate the operator with the hand transmitter, the
respective hand transmitter button must be registered in the
operator for the desired function, i.e. the corresponding radio
code must be transmitted to the integrated radio receiver.
NOTE:
If the radio code for the taught-in hand transmitter button was
copied from another hand transmitter, the hand transmitter
button must be pressed a second time during initial start-up.
10.3.1
Channel 1/impulse
During normal operation, the garage door operator works with
the impulse sequence control, which is triggered via an
external button or the taught-in impulse radio code:
1st impulse:
2nd impulse:
3rd impulse:
4th impulse:
5th impulse:
The door runs towards an end-of-travel position.
The door stops.
The door runs in the opposite direction.
The door stops.
The door runs in the direction of the end-oftravel position selected in the 1st impulse.
10.4
The garage door operator motor is equipped with thermal
overload protection. If two fast Open cycles take place within
two minutes, the overload protection reduces the travel speed,
i.e. Open and Close runs are at the same speed. After a
waiting period of two minutes, the next Open run will be fast
again.
10.5
10.6
Behaviour after the power returns
(without emergency battery)
After the power returns, the slide carriage for automatic
operation must be re-engaged.
▶
See Figure 6 on page 22
Due to safety reasons, if the power fails during operation,
the first impulse command will always open the door.
10.7
Reference run
A reference run is done if the door position is not recognised
after a power failure or if the power limit is activated 3 times in
a row during travel in the Close direction.
The Open and Close end-of-travel positions are shown
simultaneously in the display.
A reference run is always in the Open direction and the
operator light flashes slowly.
NOTE:
A reference run is not done if the power limit is activated
several times in the Open direction.
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Inspection and Maintenance
The garage door operator is maintenance-free.
In the interest of your own safety, however, we recommend
having the door system inspected and maintained by a
qualified person in accordance with the manufacturer's
specifications.
WARNING
Channel 2 / light
The operator light can be switched on and off early using the
taught-in light radio code.
10.3.3
Behaviour during a power failure (without an
emergency battery)
To be able to open or close the garage door by hand during a
power failure, it must be disengaged from the slide carriage
while the door is closed.
▶
See Figure 4 on page 21
etc.
10.3.2
Garage door operator behaviour after two
consecutive high-speed Open runs
Channel 3 / partial opening
If the door is not in the partial opening position, it is moved
in the partial opening position using the partial opening radio
code.
If the door is in partial opening position, it is moved to the
Close end-of-travel position using the partial opening radio
code and to the Open end-of-travel position using the impulse
radio code.
Danger of injury due to unexpected door travel
Unexpected door travel may occur during inspection and
maintenance work if the door system is inadvertently
actuated by other persons.
▶
Disconnect the mains plug and the plug of the
emergency battery whenever performing work on the
door system.
▶
Prevent the door system from being switched on again
without authorisation.
Inspection and repairs may only be carried out by a qualified
person. Contact your supplier for this purpose.
A visual inspection may be carried out by the operator.
Check all safety devices without self-testing every six
months.
▶
Any malfunctions and/or defects must be remedied
immediately.
▶
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11.1
Tension of the toothed belt
The toothed belt of the operator boom
is tensioned optimally ex-factory.
With large doors it is possible that the
belt will briefly hang out of the boom
profile during the start-up and slowdown phases. However, this does not
constitute a technical malfunction and
does not negatively affect the function
and service life of the operator.
11.2
Replacement bulb
Type
Cold-light reflector
lamp with safety
glass and
UV protection
Socket
GU 5.3
Nominal power
20 W
Nominal voltage 12 V
Angle of
reflected beam
36° – 60°
Diameter
51 mm
Lamp colour
Clear
If the light is switched on, an alternating
current of 12 V AC is present at the lamp
socket.
▶
Exchange the cold-light reflector
lamp only if the operator is voltagefree.
12
▶
Factory reset
See Figure 32
To reset to the factory settings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect the mains plug and, if
applicable, the plug of the
emergency battery.
Press and hold the PRG button.
Reconnect the mains plug.
The following is illuminated in
the display
– 8.8. for one second
– C for one second
– then U
Release the PRG button.
The operator light flashes once and
then remains illuminated.
Adjust the operator and teach it
in (see section 5).
If the factory reset was not successful,
the operator will automatically go back
to operation mode.
NOTE:
The taught-in radio codes (impulse/light/
partial opening) are not changed.
To delete all radio codes:
▶
See section 6.1.12
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Dismantling and Disposal
NOTE:
use of non-original parts
removal or defacing of the data plate
Replaced parts become our property.
When disassembling, observe the applicable regulations
regarding occupational safety.
Have a specialist dismantle the garage door operator in the
reverse order of these instructions and dispose of it properly.
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ō
Warranty Conditions
Warranty
We shall be exempt from our warranty obligations and product
liability in the event that the customer carries out his own
structural alterations or undertakes improper installation work
or arranges for same to be carried out by others without our
prior approval and contrary to the fitting guidelines we have
provided. Moreover, we shall accept no responsibility for the
inadvertent or negligent use of the operator and the
accessories nor for improper maintenance of the door and its
counterbalance. Batteries are also not covered by the
warranty.
Warranty period
In addition to the statutory warranty provided by the dealer in
the sales contract, we grant the following warranty for parts
from the date of purchase:
ō 5 years for the operator mechanics, motor and motor
control
ō 2 years on radio equipment, accessories and special
systems
There is no warranty on consumables (e.g. fuses, batteries,
lamps). Claims made under the warranty do not extend the
warranty period. For replacement parts and repairs the
warranty period is six months or at least the remainder of the
warranty period.
Prerequisites
A claim under this warranty is only valid for the country in
which the equipment was bought. The product must have
been purchased through our authorised distribution channels.
A claim under this warranty exists only for damage to the
object of the contract itself. Reimbursement of expenditure for
dismantling and fitting, testing of corresponding parts, as well
as demands for lost profits and compensation for damages,
are excluded from the warranty.
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Excerpt from the Declaration of
Incorporation
(as defined in EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC for
incorporation of partly completed machinery according to
annex II, part 1 B).
The product described on the reverse side has been
developed, constructed and produced in accordance with the
following directives:
ō EC Machinery Directive 2006/42 EC
ō EC Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC
ō EC Directive Low-Voltage 2006/95/EC
ō EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
Applied and consulted standards and specifications:
ō EN ISO 13849-1, PL “c”, Cat. 2
Safety of machinery – Safety-related parts of control
systems – Part 1: General principles
ō EN 60335-1/2, when applicable
Safety of electrical appliances / Operators for doors
ō EN 61000-6-3
Electromagnetic Compatibility – Electromagnetic radiation
ō EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic Compatibility – Interference immunity
Partly completed machinery as defined in the EC Directive
2006/42/EC is only intended to be incorporated into or
assembled with other machinery or other partly completed
machinery or equipment, thereby forming machinery to which
this Directive applies.
This is why this product must only be put into operation after it
has been determined that the entire machine/system in which
it will be installed corresponds with the guidelines of the EC
Directive mentioned above.
Any modification made to this product without our express
permission and approval shall render this declaration null and
void.
The receipt of purchase substantiates your right to claim
under the warranty.
Performance
For the duration of the warranty we shall eliminate any product
defects that are proven to be attributable to a material or
manufacturing fault. We pledge to replace free of charge and
at our discretion the defective goods with non-defective
goods, to carry out repairs, or to grant a price reduction.
Damages caused by the following are excluded:
ō improper fitting and connection
ō improper initial start-up and operation
ō external factors such as fire, water, abnormal
environmental conditions
ō mechanical damage caused by accidents, falls, impacts
ō negligent or intentional destruction
ō normal wear or deficient maintenance
ō repairs conducted by unqualified persons
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Technical Data
Mains voltage
230/240 V, 50/60 Hz
Stand-by
Approx. 1 W
Protection category
Only for dry rooms
Automatic safety cut-out
Is automatically taught in for
both directions separately
End-of-travel position
cut-out/force limit
Self-learning, wear-free, as it
is designed without
mechanical switches,
additionally integrated run
time limitation to approx.
60 s. Automatic safety
cut-out, readjusting at every
door run
Rated load
See data label
Pull and push force
See data label
Motor
Direct current motor with hall
sensor
Transformer
With thermal protection
Connection
No-screw connection
technology for external
equipment with 24 V DC low
safety voltage, such as
internal and external buttons
with impulse operation
Special functions
ō
ō
ō
Stop/off switch can be
connected
Photocell or closing
edge safety device can
be connected
Option relay for warning
lamp, additional external
illumination can be
connected via HCP bus
adapter
Quick release
Actuated from inside with
pull cord in the event of a
power failure
Universal fittings
For up-and-over doors and
sectional doors
Door travel speed
ō
ō
In CLOSE direction
max. 14 cm/s1)
In OPEN direction
max. 22 cm/s1)
Garage door operator
airborne sound emission
≤ 70 dB (A)
Operator boom
Extremely flat at 30 mm, with
integral door security kit and
maintenance-free toothed
belt
1) Depending on operator type, door type, door size and door leaf
weight
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Display of Errors/Warnings and Operating Conditions
17.1
Display of errors and warnings
Display
Error/warning
Possible cause
Remedy
Reversal limit cannot be set
An obstacle was in the way when the Remove the obstacle
SKS/VL reversal limit was set
The position of the reversal limit is
> 200 mm before the Close end-oftravel position
Pressing the buttons
or
acknowledges
the error.
Select a position < 200 mm before the Close
end-of-travel position
Partial opening height
cannot be set
The partial opening height is too
close to the Close end-of-travel
position (≤ 120 mm slide travel)
The partial opening height must be higher
Safety equipment
(photocells)
No photocell is connected
Connect a photocell or activate menu 60
The light beam is interrupted
Adjust the photocell
The photocell is defective
Exchange the photocell
Power limit in Close direction The door is too sluggish or does not
move smoothly
Obstacle in door area
Static current circuit open
Correct the door travel
Remove the obstacle and teach in the
operator again, if necessary
The wicket door is open
Close the wicket door
The magnet has been fitted the
wrong way
Fit the magnet correctly (see the instructions
for the wicket door contact)
The testing result is not OK
Exchange the wicket door contact
Stop UAP pressed
Power limit in the Open
direction
The door is too sluggish or does not
move smoothly
Correct the door travel
Obstacle in door area
Remove the obstacle and teach in the
operator again, if necessary
System error
Internal error
Restore the factory setting (see section 12),
teach in the operator again or exchange, if
necessary
Travel time limit
The belt is torn
Exchange the belt
The operator is defective
Exchange the operator
Communication with the additional
print is faulty (e.g. UAP 1, ES 1,
ES 2, EF 1)
Check the connecting leads and exchange,
if necessary
Travel command not
possible
The operator has been blocked for
the control elements and a travel
command was given
Release the operator for the control elements
Closing edge safety device
The light beam is interrupted
Check the transmitter and receiver and
exchange, if necessary, or exchange the
complete closing edge safety device
8k2 resistance contact strip
is defective or not connected
Check the 8k2 resistance contact strip or
connect to the operator via the 8k2-1T
decoder unit
Power failure
Move the door to the Open end-of-travel
position
Communication error
No reference point
Power limit has been triggered 3 x
in a row in the Close direction
Check the additional print and exchange,
if necessary
Check the connection of the IT 3b
The operator has not been
taught in
The operator has not been taught in
yet
Teach in the operator (see section 5)
Maintenance display flashes
during each door run.
No error
The maintenance interval set by the
fitter has been exceeded.
Have the door system inspected and
maintained by a qualified person in
accordance with the manufacturer's
specifications.
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Display of Operating Conditions
The operator is in the Open end-of-travel position
The operator is in an intermediate position
1.
2.
The operator is in the Close end-of-travel position
The operator is currently in motion
The pre-warning phase is active
The operator is in the partial opening position
Impulse input from a radio code (flashes 1 x)
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Sending status feedback to the hand transmitter
(flashes 1 x)
Menu and programming overview
The listed factory settings apply to sectional doors.
Symbol
Menu
Action
Note
Exit programming mode
Selecting the door type
1
1
2
1
3
1
ET 100
ET 500 only
SupraMatic H
4
1
Select door type –
(all required standard
settings, such as speed,
soft stop, reversal
behaviour of the safety
devices, reversal limit,
etc. are preset)
ST 500 only
SupraMatic H
5
1
Learning runs
Learning runs after
service/maintenance
or modifications
1
7
3
44
5 sec.
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Symbol
Menu
Action
Note
Registering hand transmitter
Impulse
Light
Partial opening
Querying door type
06 = door of other make
?
...
Illumination period by operator
30 sec.
60 sec.
120 sec.
Illumination period by external control elements
5 min.
10 min.
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Symbol
Menu
Additional functions with relay
Action
Note
(HOR 1 or
3rd relay UAP 1)
External light on/off
=
Function same as
operator light
Open end-of-travel
position signal
Close end-of-travel
position signal
Momentary signal on
receiving the Open
command
1 sec.
Start / advance warning
permanent signal
Start / advance warning
flashing
Relay picks up during
travel
Pre-warning time
5 sec.
Hold-open phase for automatic timer
Photocell required
30 sec.
60 sec.
120 sec.
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Symbol
Menu
Action
Note
180 sec.
Behaviour when button is pressed – hold-open phase for automatic timer
Pressing a button
extends the hold-open
phase
Pressing a button
cancels the hold-open
phase
Deleting all radio codes
All hand transmitters
All functions
5 sec.
Automatic timer – Partial opening
1 Std.
Changing the ventilation position
Block/release control buttons
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GaraMatic 10 and 20
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Garador Ltd,
Bunford Lane, Yeovil
Somerset, BA20 2EJ
www.garador.co.uk
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