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The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
A DUCHOSSOIS ENTERPRISE
845 Larch Avenue
Elmhurst, Illinois 60126
OWNER'S MANUAL
SERIES 2000
MODEL HJ
HEAVY DUTY
BELT DRIVEN JACKSHAFT OPERATOR
Serial #
(located on electrical box cover)
COMMERCIAL DOOR OPERATOR
LISTED
NOT FOR RESIDENTIAL USE
SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOR
ELECTRICAL
TYPE: ................................Continuous Duty
TRANSFORMER: ............24VAC
HORSEPOWER: ...............1/2, 1/2, 3/4 & 1 HP
Single or Three Phase
CONTROL STATION:......3 Button
OPEN/CLOSE/STOP NEMA 1
SPEED: .............................1725 RPM
WIRING TYPE: ................B2 (Standard)
Momentary Contact to OPEN/CLOSE/STOP plus
Wiring for Sensing Device to Reverse and Auxiliary
Devices to Open and Close with Open Override
VOLTAGE: ........................115/230 Single Phase
208-230/460 Three Phase
CURRENT: ........................See Motor Nameplate
LIMIT ADJUST: .................Linear Driven, Fully
Adjustable Screw Type Cams.
MECHANICAL
SAFETY
DRIVE REDUCTION:
1st Reduction:..................Heavy Duty (5L) V-Belt
2nd & 3rd Reductions: ....#48 Chain and Sprockets
Output:..............................#50 Chain
DISCONNECT:..................Spring Loaded Floor Level
Disconnect Arm
CLUTCH:...........................Adjustable Friction Type
REVERSING EDGE: .........(Optional)
Electric or Pneumatic Sensing Device attached to the
Bottom Edge of Door.
OUTPUT SHAFT SPEED:.47 R.P.M.
DOOR SPEED:....................4" - 10" per sec.
(depending on door)
A REVERSING EDGE IS STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED FOR ALL COMMERCIAL
OPERATOR INSTALLATIONS. REQUIRED WHEN
THE 3 BUTTON CONTROL STATION IS OUT OF
SIGHT OF DOOR OR ANY OTHER CONTROL
(AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL) IS USED. SEE PAGE 8.
BEARINGS: ......................Heavy Duty Oil-Filled
Bronze. Ball Bearings on
Output Shaft
BRAKE:.............................Solenoid Drum Brake
(Optional)
HOIST WHEEL:.................Standard
PHYSICAL Mounting Dimensions
17-7/8"
Max.
3"
3/4"
8"
3/4"
1"
2-1/32"
3-13/16 "
3-15/16"
DIM. "B"
5-1/2"
22-7/8"
Max.
13-7/16"
Brake
8"
DIM.
WITH
BRAKE
WITHOUT
BRAKE
A
16-15/16"
16-7/16"
B
18-9/16"
17-1/2"
DIM. "A"
2
INSTALL OPERATOR
CAUTION
WARNING
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO DOOR AND OPERATOR,
MAKE ALL DOOR LOCKS INOPERATIVE. SECURE
LOCK(S) IN "OPEN" POSITION.
IF THE DOOR LOCK NEEDS TO REMAIN
FUNCTIONAL, INSTALL AN INTERLOCK SWITCH.
DO NOT CONNECT ELECTRIC POWER UNTIL
INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
KEEP DOOR BALANCED. STICKING OR BINDING
DOORS MUST BE REPAIRED. DOORS, DOOR
SPRINGS, CABLES, PULLEYS, BRACKETS AND
THEIR HARDWARE MAY BE UNDER EXTREME
TENSION AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY. CALL A PROFESSIONAL DOOR
SERVICEMAN TO MOVE OR ADJUST DOOR
SPRINGS OR HARDWARE.
FOR SECTIONAL AND ROLLING TYPE DOORS
CAUTION: AT LEAST 2 PERSONS AND A SAFE
WORKING PLATFORM ARE REQUIRED FOR
INSTALLATION
Check the operator name plate mounted on the
electrical box to be sure the voltage, phase and h.p.
are correct for your needs.
1. Close door.
2. For metal buildings, fasten 2"x2"x3/16" (or larger)
angle iron frames to the building purlins. Retain 6"
between frames. See Figure 1.
3. Place door sprocket and shaft support bracket
(sectional door only) on door shaft as shown.
Attach shaft support bracket to angle brace.
On concrete buildings, attach shaft support bracket
to wall of building.
NOTE 1: On concrete or block walls, install
operator as shown in Figure 2.
NOTE 2: For standard rolling steel doors, install
operator as shown in Figure 3. (If mounting to a
steel building, make an angle iron mounting
frame as shown in Figure 1).
Shaft Support Bracket
with Bearing
(Not Supplied)
Door Sprocket
6"
FIGURE 1
Front of Hood Mounting
on Rolling Steel Doors.
Mounting Bracket (Optional)
Mount Door Sprocket to Door.
Sprocket Supplied with Door,
(Not with Operator).
Refer to Door Owner's Manual
for Installing Door Sprocket
Mounting
Bracket
(Optional)
2" x 2" x 3/16"
Angle Iron Brace
FIGURE 2
Direction of Output Shaft
Rotation for OPEN
Door
Sprocket
Installation of Operator to
Sheet Type Rolling Doors or
Rolling Doors without
Live Drive Shaft
Drive
Sprocket
FIGURE 3
3
4. Place drive sprocket on appropriate side of
operator. Do not insert key at this time.
5. Position roller chain over door sprocket and join
ends together with master link.
6. Raise or lower operator until the chain is taut (not
tight) as in Figure 4. Mark slotted holes to match
operator frame.
If drive sprocket is ABOVE door sprocket, drill
hole at the top of each slot.
If drive sprocket is BELOW door sprocket, drill
hole at bottom of each slot.
Placement of the drilled holes will allow for chain
adjustment if necessary.
7. Make sure operator output shaft is parallel to door
shaft and sprockets are aligned. When in position,
secure operator with 3/8" bolts or concrete anchors
as required.
Operator Supplied
Door Sprocket
2" x 2" x 3/16"
Angle Iron Brace
Installation of Operator to
Standard Rolling Steel Doors.
FIGURE 4
Installation of Operator
to Sectional Door
(Metal Building)
REEL (OPTIONAL)
Take-up reel should be installed 12" above top of
door.
Wire (24V)
COIL-CORD (OPTIONAL)
Connect operator end of coil cord to junction box (not
supplied) fastened to the wall approximately halfway
up the door opening. (See Figure 5)
Electrician must hardwire junction box to the operator
electric box in accordance with local codes.
Make-up Box
(Not Provided)
Take-up Reel
(Optional)
Coil Cord
(Optional)
Air Hose
Reversing Edge
Pneumatic Air Switch:
Not required or supplied
when electric sensing
edge is used
Cable
Chain Keeper
FOR OPERATORS WITH CHAIN HOISTS
8. Place hand chain through eye bolt guides and
around pocket wheel. Remove enough links so
chain hangs approximately four feet above floor.
9. Uncoil disconnect cable and fasten chain keeper to
the wall of building as shown in Figure 6. Adjust
disconnect cable handpull and fender washer so
chain keeper holds cable in position when cable is
pulled as far as its travel permits.
Handle
FIGURE 6
4
CONNECT OPERATOR TO POWER SUPPLY
CAUTION
WARNING
DISCONNECT POWER AT THE FUSE BOX BEFORE
PROCEEDING.
OPERATOR MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED AND
CONNECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL
ELECTRICAL CODES. NOTE: THE OPERATOR
SHOULD BE ON A SEPARATE FUSED LINE OF
ADEQUATE CAPACITY.
ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE
BY A QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL.
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO DOOR AND OPERATOR,
MAKE ALL DOOR LOCKS INOPERATIVE. SECURE
LOCK(S) IN "OPEN" POSITION.
IF THE DOOR LOCK NEEDS TO REMAIN
FUNCTIONAL, INSTALL AN INTERLOCK SWITCH.
REFER TO MASTER WIRING DIAGRAM.
MAKE CONNECTION THROUGH THE 1-1/16" DIA., LABELED HOLE.
DO NOT RUN CONTROL WIRES IN THE SAME CONDUIT AS THE POWER WIRES.
INSTALL CONTROL STATION
Install the optional Reversing Edge before
proceeding with the installation of the Control
Station.
WARNING
INSTALL THE CONTROL STATION WHERE THE
DOOR IS VISIBLE, BUT AWAY FROM THE DOOR
AND ITS HARDWARE. IF CONTROL STATION
CANNOT BE INSTALLED WHERE DOOR IS VISIBLE,
OR IF ANY DEVICE OTHER THAN THE CONTROL
STATION IS USED TO ACTIVATE THE DOOR, A
REVERSING EDGE MUST BE INSTALLED ON THE
BOTTOM OF THE DOOR. FAILURE TO INSTALL A
REVERSING
EDGE
UNDER
THESE
CIRCUMSTANCES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH TO PERSONS TRAPPED
BENEATH THE DOOR.
10. Complete the electrical connections to operator
and control station (Refer to Control Connection
Diagram, Pg. 20). Fasten the control station to the
wall.
FASTEN WARNING NOTICE BESIDE OR
BELOW THE PUSH BUTTONS.
11. Apply power to operator. Press either the OPEN
or the CLOSE push button and observe direction
of door travel. Press the STOP button.
If door does not move in the correct direction,
check for improper wiring at control station or
between operator and control station.
If the operator is single phase and control station
wiring is correct, exchange the red and orange
wires of the MOTOR CABLE at the motor end.
If operator is three phase and control station
wiring is correct, exchange any two of the three
incoming power leads.
If electrical problems persist, call our Toll Free
number (1-800-528-6563) for assistance.
Control Station
OPEN
Push
Buttons
WARNING
CLOSE
TO PREVENT ENTRAPMENT
DO NOT START DOOR DOWNWARD
UNLESS DOORWAY IS CLEAR
STOP
WARNING Notice
5
ADJUST LIMITS
WARNING
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH
FROM ELECTROCUTION, DISCONNECT ELECTRIC
POWER BEFORE MANUALLY MOVING LIMIT NUTS.
MAKE SURE THE LIMIT NUTS ARE POSITIONED BETWEEN THE LIMIT SWITCH ACTUATORS BEFORE
PROCEEDING WITH ADJUSTMENTS.
1. Depress open limit switch. The operator should stop.
2. To increase door travel, spin nut away from actuator. To decrease door travel, spin limit nut toward actuator.
3. Adjust open limit nut so that door will stop in open position with the bottom of the door even with top of door
opening.
4. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for close cycle. Be sure close limit actuator is engaged as door fully seats at the floor.
If other problems persist, call our toll-free number for assistance - 1-800-528-6563.
Open Limit
Switch
Close Limit
Switch
Actuator
CLS
OLS
SLS
ADLS
OPEN
CLOSE
Close Limit
Nut
Actuator
Travel Nut
Retainer
Open Limit
Nut
Press Travel Nut Retainer Down
Toward Frame TO DISENGAGE.
6
MEMO:
7
ADJUST CLUTCH
Clutch Pad
Adjusting Nut
Adjust clutch so that it is tight enough to open and
close the door but will slip when the door meets an
obstruction. Either loosen or tighten the clutch nut
with 1/4 turn increments. The clutch will require
periodic inspection and adjustment.
CAUTION: The adjustable friction clutch is NOT
an automatic reversing device. An electric or
pneumatic reversing edge can be added to
bottom edge of door if desired.
Spring
Clutch Plate
Jam Nut
Washer
Clutch Pulley
CONNECT REVERSING EDGE DEVICE (OPTIONAL)
WARNING
The operator has been pre-wired to accept
connection of a reversing edge device (Figure 5,
page 4). Connect the normally open contacts to
terminals T3 and T5 on the low voltage terminal
block. A cut-off switch will de-activate the safety
device during the last few inches of the door's
downward travel.
IF CONTROL STATION CANNOT BE INSTALLED
WHERE DOOR IS VISIBLE, OR IF ANY DEVICE
OTHER THAN THE CONTROL STATION IS USED TO
ACTIVATE THE DOOR, A REVERSING EDGE MUST
BE INSTALLED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE DOOR.
FAILURE TO INSTALL A REVERSING EDGE UNDER
THESE CIRCUMSTANCES MAY RESULT IN
SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH TO
PERSONS TRAPPED BENEATH THE DOOR.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE: Check at the intervals listed in the following chart.
ITEM
Drive Chain
EVERY
3 MONTHS
PROCEDURE
Check for excessive slack.
Check & adjust as required.
Lubricate.*
EVERY
6 MONTHS
EVERY
12 MONTHS
●
✔
●
✔
Sprockets
Check set screw tightness
Clutch
Check & adjust as required
●
✔
Belt
Check condition & tension
●
✔
Fasteners
Check & tighten as required
●
✔
Manual Disconnect
Check & Operate
●
✔
Bearings & Shafts
Check for wear & lubricate
●
✔
✳ Use SAE 30 Oil (Never use grease or silicone spray).
✔ Repeat ALL procedures.
■ Do not lubricate motor. Motor bearings are rated for continuous operation.
■ Do not lubricate clutch or V-belt.
■ Inspect and service whenever a malfunction is observed or suspected.
■ CAUTION: BEFORE SERVICING, ALWAYS DISCONNECT OPERATOR FROM POWER SUPPLY.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS
PLEASE SUPPLY THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION MODEL NUMBER
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
OUR LARGE SERVICE ORGANIZATION
SPANS AMERICA
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INFORMATION
ARE AVAILABLE 6 DAYS A WEEK
CALL OUR TOLL FREE NUMBER - 1-800-528-6563
HOURS 7:00 TO 3:30 p.m. (Mountain Std. Time)
MONDAY Through SATURDAY
ADDRESS ORDER TO:
THE CHAMBERLAIN GROUP, INC.
Electronic Parts & Service Dept.
2301 N. Forbes Blvd., Suite 104
Tucson, AZ 85745
8
1A3989, 1A4045, 1A4046 & 1A4047
BRAKE INSTALLATION & ASSEMBLY PARTS
WARNING
A
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH
FROM
ELECTROCUTION,
DISCONNECT
ELECTRICAL POWER TO OPERATOR BEFORE
PROCEEDING.
Clutch
Pulley
Shaft
Cotter
Pin
3/4" Washer
1. Install brake drum on clutch pulley shaft as
illustrated in Fig. A.
2. Attach the four spacers provided to back of brake
pulley assembly housing using four 5/16 x 5/8
sems screws (Fig. B).
3. Push brake lever engaging nylon stud release
between brake shoes and align brake drum
between brake shoe assembly (Fig. B).
4. Adjust spring loaded bolt on brake shoe assembly
so that spring is compressed to 1".
5. Mount brake assembly housing to operator frame
using the four spacers and 5/16 x 3/8 sems screws
(See Fig. B).
6. Remove plug from 7/8" hole in electrical box and
attach conduit assembly.
7. Connect wires per master wiring diagram, (See
"brake optional").
8. Reconnect power to the operator.
9. Test for proper brake operation and replace brake
cover.
ADJUSTMENT: The brake assembly is selfBrake Drum
adjusting and should not require
further
Spacer
adjustment.
KIT NO.
1A3989
1A4045
1A4046
1A4047
3/4" Washer
Cotter
Pin
Brake Drum
B
Push Brake Lever
to Disengage Brake
Shoe Assembly
5/16" x 5/8"
SEMS Screw
9
Nylon
Stud
Release
1
12
Brake Drum
Spacer
Brake Shoe
Assembly
5/16" x 5/8"
SEMS Screw
2
8
9
1
12
DESCRIPTION
115V Solenoid Brake, M - Series
115V Solenoid Brake, H - Series & APT 2211
230V Solenoid Brake, H - Series
460V Solenoid Brake, H - Series
3
7
2
6
5
5
11
10
4
8
11
10
3
7
4
6
5
REPAIR PARTS FOR BRAKE ASSEMBLY
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
PART NO.
17D111
204B118
204B118-1
204B118-2
113B49
179A46
142A143
DESCRIPTION & QUANTITY
Brake Box (1)
Solenoid 115V (1)
Solenoid 230V (1)
Solenoid 460V (1)
Brake Lever, Pivot (1)
Brake Release Stud
Brake Stud Plate (1)
ITEM
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
9
PART NO.
1B4421
60B31
179B45
184A111
1B3933
1B4044
31D387
31A388
DESCRIPTION & QUANTITY
Brake Shoe Assy. (2)
Brake Drum (1)
Brake Pivot Stud (3)
Brake Spacer (4)
Conduit Assy. M-Series (1)
Conduit Assy. H-Series (1)
Cover (1)
Dome Plug (1)
HJSINGLE
SINGLEPHASE
PHASEWIRING
WIRINGDIAGRAM
DIAGRAM
(ForP.C.
PC Board
Board #14D0379)
#14D0379)
(For
Brown
AUXILARY NC
DEVICE LIMIT
NO
SWITCH
The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
Wiring Diagram Standard Duty 1Ø
(Reference Label 132B2041B)
4/28/91 - 6/1/91 - 6/11/91 - 6/15/91
6/27/91 - 7/1/91 - 7/12/91 - 7/22/91
7/23/91 - 8/11/91 - 8/13/91 - 9/3/91
9/11/91 - 10/9/92
NC SENSING
LIMIT
NO SWITCH
C
C
OPEN NC
LIMIT
SWITCH NO
CLOSE
LIMIT
NO SWITCH
NC
Red
C
C
Red
Yellow
Gray
Blue
Gray
Blue
Orange
Brown
Brown
Brown
Orange
Orange
White
Blue
Blue
White
Orange
Red
Red
A2
14 T3 T2 T1
14 T3 T2 T1
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
CLOSE
NO NO NO NO
NO NO NO NO
13 L3 L2 L1
13 L3 L2 L1
A2
A2
A1
Blue
Orange
Black
Red
Yellow
Black
Org.
Orange
Blue
Blue
Blue
Red
Yellow
BRAKE
(IF
REQUIRED)
Red
Red
Orange
Blue
Brown
Red
Blue
Blue
Org.
Yellow
Blue
Org.
Red
Red
Black
Red
Red
Brown
Brown
Red
Yellow
115V
Only
Blue
Gray
Yellow
Red
Delay to
Open Timer
(Optional)
Black
230V
Only
A1
Orange
MOTOR
Red
Brown
Blue
OPEN
Org.
Org.
Red
A2
LOAD
Red
Red LINE
TRANSFORMER
LINE
14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Yellow
P2
LOAD
P1
1
2
TI
Interlock
(When Used)
TL
IR
S
4
Red
14D0379
P3
Brown
Gry./Wht.
14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Remove Jumper to Install
Timer Defeat Switch.
SW5
SW4
SW3
SW2
SW1
Orange
Orange
Black
T12 T11 T10
1
2
T9
T8
T7
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
3
T1
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
L1 L2 L3
Open
RADIO CONTROL
GND
Open/Close
Close
Hot 115V 1Ø
Hot 230V 1Ø
Sensing Device
Stop
Open/Timer Close
10
10
Neutral 115V 1Ø
Hot 230V 1Ø
HJ SINGLE
PHASE
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SINGLE
PHASE
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM
(For
P.C.
(For
P.C.Board
Board #14D0379)
#14D0379)
GND
Neutral 115v 1Ø Hot 115v 1Ø
L1
L2
L3
White
Black
Single
Phase
Overload
Protector
Orange
Red
L2
Red
Yellow
115 Vac
Only
L3
L3
O
C
OT2
OT3
C
O
C
7
P1-4
IR
Red
Red
8
Red
Orange
OT1
P1-1
O
Brake
(If Req'd)
Black
L1
L1
MOTOR
Blue
L2
Red
Red
Orange
Red
Red
* NOTE: Remove Jumper
If External Interlock is Used.
Place Jumper Between 3 & 4
If a Stop Button Is Not Used.
External Interlock*
P2-11
Red
5
4
T1
24 Vac
Internal
Interlock
Red
STOP
(When Used)
Jumper
3
P2-13
P1-8
Orange
1
4
OPEN
P3-1
(To Radio)
SW1
SW1
A1
P2-6
O
O
OLS
Red
P2-10
Time
Capsule
>1 HP
Orange
P3-2
(To Radio)
P1-10
Orange
A2
IR1
1
2
6
12
P3-4
(To Radio)
3
Radio
Control
Rollback Option
SW1
Sense to Reverse
P2-14 Brown
6
SLS
8
S
P1-9
S-1
4
6
SW2
7
8
3
P2-12
ADLS
7
TL-2
Brown
SW5
SW4
TS
TS
Open/Close
Grey
5
Grey
10
Open/Timer
to Close
3
TI
P2-10
7
8
(Optional)
5
TI-1
SW3
P1-14
P1-13
Blue
CLOSE
3
5
TL-1
Blue
TL
8
7
(Optional)
A1
P1-7
IR2
1
6
C
2
11
P2-1 4
TIMER TO
CLOSE ONLY
SW2 S
W
3
Close
Timer
C
Blue
5
9
TI-2
Timer Defeat Switch
11
A2
C
P2-7
>1 HP Only
O
Blue
S-2
1
P1-11
5
P1-12
CLS
HJ THREE PHASE WIRING DIAGRAM
(For P.C.
BoardDIAGRAM
#14D3079)
THREE PHASE
WIRING
(For PC Board #14D0379)
Brown
AUXILARY NC
DEVICE LIMIT
NO
SWITCH
NC SENSING
LIMIT
NO SWITCH
C
C
OPEN NC
LIMIT
SWITCH NO
CLOSE
LIMIT
NO SWITCH
NC
Red
C
Red
Yellow
Gray
Blue
C
Gray
Blue
Orange
Brown
Brown
Brown
Orange
Blue
Orange
Blue
Orange
Red
White
3/4 to 2HP
ThreePhase
Overload
T3 T2 T1
Orange
Red
White
Blue
Red
A2
14 T3 T2 T1
14 T3 T2 T1
NO NO NO NO
OPEN
71
NC
CLOSE
71
NC NO NO NO NO
72
NO NO NO NO NC
13 L3 L2 L1
13 L3 L2 L1
A2
A2
A1
*1/3 &
1/2 HP
Three
Phase
Blue
Blue
Brown
Red
72 NO NO NO NO
NC
Org.
Org.
Red
A2 96 95
Black
Black
Red
Yellow
Red
Yellow
Blue
Orange
Black
Red
Yellow
A1
Org.
Blue
Blue
Black
Orange
Orange
Blue
> 1HP
Only
BRAKE
(IF
REQUIRED)
Orange
Brown
Red
Red
Red
Red
Blue
Blue
Red
Red
Org.
Yellow
Blue
Org.
Red
Brown
Brown
Delay to
Open Timer
(> 1HP)
Orange
Blue
Orange
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Gray
Yellow
Red
LOAD
Red
Red LINE
TRANSFORMER
Orange
Yellow
1
2
4
14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
P2
2
TI
T9
T8
SW3
SW2
SW1
T6
T5*
T4*
T3
T2
Open
3
RADIO CONTROL
JU2 JU1
SW4
T7
Red
Open/Close
Close
Sensing Device
Stop
Interlock
(When
Used)
T1
L1 L2 L3
GND
L1 L2 L3
Open/Timer Close
132B2042D
LINE
LOAD
S
SW5
Red
P1
TL
Remove Jumper to Install
Timer Defeat Switch.
T12 T11 T10
1
14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
14D0379
P3
Brown
Gry./Wht.
MOTOR
External Interlock If Required
On 1/3 & 1/2 HP 3Ø
12
* For ≥ 3/4 HP
Install Interlock
Between T4 and T5
HJ THREE PHASE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
(For P.C. Board #14D0379)
Hot 3Ø
Hot 3Ø
Hot 3Ø
L1
L2
L3
GND
White
Red
Orange
T1
T2
T3
L1
L2
L3
Red
Red
Orange
Three Phase
Overload Relay
(3/4 HP to 2 HP Only)
Red
L2
Red
Yellow
L3
L3
O
C
OT2
OT3
C
O
C
Red
Red
P1-4
Red
Orange
OT1
P1-1
Brake
(If
Req'd)
O
L1
L1
MOTOR
Blue
Black
L2
Red
Red
Orange
Red
Red
Place Jumper Between 3 & 4
If a Stop Button Is Not Used
If 3Ø 1/3 or 1/2 HP
T'stat with External Interlock
P2-11
5
4
STOP
Red
(3/4 HP to
2 HP Only)
External Interlock*
Jumper*
3
* NOTE: Remove Jumper
If External Interlock Used or
If 3Ø 1/3 or 1/2 HP with T-stat
P1-8
P2-6
>1 HP Only
Orange
O
1
P3-1
(To Radio)
Red
(When Used)
P2-13
Orange
T1
24 Vac
Internal
Interlock
OPEN
SW1
SW1
1
O
Orange
P1-10
P3-2
(To Radio)
2
Red
P2-10
A2
A1
OLS
C
Time
Capsule
>1 HP
12
P3-4
(To Radio)
3
Radio
Control
Rollback Option
SW1
Sense to Reverse
P2-14 Brown
SLS
S
8
6
P1-9
S-1
SW2
4
7
8
6
3
P2-12
7
ADLS
SW5 TS
Open/Close
TL-2
SW4
TS
Brown
Grey
5
Grey
10
7
Open/Timer
to Close
3
SW3
C
Blue
P1-13
S
SW2 W
3
P2-10
8
(Optional)
5
TI-1
P1-14
TI
P2-1
TIMER TO
CLOSE ONLY
4
6
TL-1
TL
8
7
(Optional)
C
Blue
Blue
2
P1-7
CLOSE
Close
Timer
1
11
A1
5
9
TI- 2
Timer Defeat Switch
13
A2
C
P2-7
>1 HP Only
S-2
O
5
1
Blue
P1-11
CLS
P1-12
WIRING KITS
TYPE
STATION
B2
3 Button
Function: Momentary contact to open, close and stop, plus wiring for
sensing device to reverse and auxiliary devices to open and close with
open override.
C2
3 Button
Function: Momentary contact to open and stop with constant pressure to
close, open override plus wiring for sensing device to reverse.
B2, C2,
D1, E2, T
C2,
D1, E2
D1
TS
B2, T,
TS
B2, C2, E2
T, TS
B2, C2,
D1, E2, T
C2,
D1, E2
D1
TS
B2, T,
TS
B2, C2, E2
T, TS
B2, C2,
D1, E2, T
C2,
D1, E2
D1
TS
B2, T,
TS
B2, C2, E2
T, TS
B2, C2,
D1, E2, T
C2,
D1, E2
D1
TS
B2, T,
TS
B2, C2, E2
T, TS
B2, C2,
D1, E2, T
C2,
D1, E2
D1
TS
B2, T,
TS
B2, C2, E2
T, TS
B2, C2,
D1, E2, T
C2,
D1, E2
D1
TS
B2, T,
TS
B2, C2, E2
T, TS
B2
C2
D1
2 Button
Function: Constant pressure to open and close with wiring for sensing
device to stop.
D1
E2
2 Button
Function: Momentary contact to open with override and constant
pressure to close. Release of close button will cause door to reverse
(roll-back feature) plus wiring for sensing device to reverse.
E2
T*
3 Button
Function: Momentary contact to open, close and stop, with open
override and timer to close. Open button can be connected to activate
timer if desired. Auxiliary controls can be connected to open and activate
timer to close or to open and close without activating timer. If timer has
been activated, reinitiation of the timer to close circuit will recycle the
timer. Includes wiring for sensing devices to reverse which will NOT
activate time.
TS*
3 Button
Function: Momentary contact to open, close and stop with open override
and timer to close. EVERY device that causes door to open will activate
timer to close including sensing device to reverse. Timer may be
deactivated until next opening signal is received by depressing stop
button after door has reached open position or permanently by use of
optional timer defeat switch. If timer has been activated, reinitiation of
open circuit will recycle the timer.
T
TS
NOTE:
1. External interlocks may be used with all wiring types.
2. Auxiliary devices are any devices that have only one set of contacts. Examples are: photocell, loop detector,
pneumatic or electrical treadles, residential radio controls, one button stations, pull cords, etc.
3. Open override means that the door may be reversed while closing by activating an opening device without the
need to use the stop button first.
14
he Chamberlain Group, Inc. NEMA MOTOR WIRING DIAGRAMS
NEMA Motor Wiring Diagrams
NEMA MOTOR WIRING DIAGRAMS
/1/92
SINGLE VOLTAGE
1 PHASE
1/3 & 1/2 H.P. 115 V only
115V
115V
Motor
Motor
Black
T1 - Blue
Yellow
230V
Motor
T2 White
T4 Yellow
Yellow
T4 Yellow
Blue
T4 - Yellow
Yellow
Orange
T5 Black
Orange
T8
Red
T5-Black
1KΩ 5W
T5 - Black
Orange
T2
White
Blue
Blue
T3 Orange
Red
Black
Red
T8 - Red
Cable
Red
T1 Blue
T8 Red
Black
Cable
T1 Blue
Cable
3 PHASE
1/3 & 1/2 H.P.
Motor
Yellow
Orange
Motor
Yellow
T1
P1
Blue
Black
3/4 H.P. & OVER
230 V
P2
T7
Orange
T4
Blue
Black
T2
T5
T8
T3
T2
T5
T6
T9
Cable
1/3 & 1/2 H.P.
Motor
3/4 H.P. & OVER
Motor
460 V
Yellow
Yellow
T1
P1
T4
Blue
T4
Red
Cable
Orange
T1
T7
T3
T9
Red
230 V
T8
T6
Blue
T5 T8
T2
Red
T3
T6
T1
T4
P2
Black
460 V
Orange
T7
Black
T9
Red
Cable
Cable
DENOTES WIRENUT CONNECTION
15
T2
T3
T3
Orange
T7
T5 T8
T9
T6
ILLUSTRATED PARTS – HT & HJ SERIES ELECTRICAL BOX
17
3
17
8
34
OP
EN
CLO
SE
43
29
21
38
22
2
40
25
26
42
6
25
27
37
13
36
41
33
26
20
31
32 31
7
39
11
35
19
4
3
23
30
18
28
14
L
RO
NT G
COIRIN
W
IT
CU
SS
2C
IR
3 2
1
NEC
CLA
16
12
15
1
24
5
10
16
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
7
4
1
4
1
1
4
6
4
2
7
4
1
2
1
1
4
2
2
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
M
36
Motor
Relay 115V
Relay 230V
PCB 1 Phase
PCB 3 Phase
Overload 1-1.6 A*
Overload 1.6-2.5A*
Overload 2.5 - 4A*
Transformer 115V
Transformer 230V
Transformer 460V
Overload 3.5A
Overload 5A
Overload 7A
Overload 8A
Overload 10A
Overload 15A
Overload 12A
Relay Clip
Radio Cntrl Harness
37
38
39
40
41
42
REPAIR PARTS –
HT & HJ SERIES
ELECTRICAL BOX
DESCRIPTION
Terminal Assy. 3-Lug
Switch Bracket Assy. (Aux. & Sensing)
Ltd. Shaft-Sprocket Assy.
Cover & Hinge Assy.
Electric Box Assy.
Wire Harness
Flanged Sleeve Bearing
Limit Bracket (Adj.) Kit
Motor Cable Assy.
PCB Holder Assy. Kit
Dome Plug
Terminal Strip 3 Lug
Label - Class 2 NEC Circuit
Control Wiring Label
Label - Power Wiring
Limit Nut 1/2"
Washer #6 Internal Lock
Rivet
Retaining Ring 3/8
Washer #4 Internal Lock
Reversing Contactor
Screw #8F 1/2 SL Hex Green
S.T. SCR #8TF 3/8" Hex/Washer
Washer #8 Lock-Split
Machine Screw 8-32 x 1/2" Hex
Machine Screw 8-32 x 3/4" Sl. Pan
Screw 6-32 x 1/2" - Hex Head
Screw 4/40 x 1-1/2" Pan Head
Washer #8 Terminal Cup
Thrust Washer
Washer, Spring Curved
DIN Rail - 4-3/4"
Spacer - Stand Off - Round
PCB Stand Off
Limit Switch
160B83
160B84
1C4198
1C4197
160B73-01
160B73-02
160B73-03
204C122-08
204C122-09
204C122-07
180B159-0
180B159-1
180B159-2
180B159-3
180B159-4
180B159-5
180B159-9
29A132
1B4048
1/3 HP, 115V, 1 PHASE
123D121
1/3 HP, 230V, 1 PHASE
123D121
1/3 HP, 230V, 3 PHASE
123D117
1/3 HP, 460V, 3 PHASE
123D117
1/2 HP, 115V, 1 PHASE
123D122
1/2 HP, 230V, 1 PHASE
123D122
1/2 HP, 230V, 3 PHASE
123D118
1/2 HP, 460V, 3 PHASE
123D118
3/4 HP, 115V, 1 PHASE
123D123
3/4 HP, 230V, 1 PHASE
123D123
3/4 HP, 230V, 3 PHASE
123D119
3/4 HP, 460V, 3 PHASE
123D119
1 HP, 115V, 1 PHASE
123D124
1 HP, 230V, 1 PHASE
123D124
1 HP, 230V, 3 PHASE
123D120
1 HP, 460V, 3 PHASE
123D120
PART NO.
1B3727
41K4304
1B3796
1B3938
1C3937
1D4017
11A012
41K4303
1B4062
41K4305
31A388
203A177
132A2011
132B1931
132B1930
133A182
216A10
157A84
158A49
216A43
160C86
171A220
171A311
216A140
171A337
171A339
171A386
171A411
216A149
216A184
216A191
183B139
184A109
184A112
180B133
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR P/N
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
43
QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS: *Overload to be set at 115% maximum of motors rated current.
17
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ILLUSTRATED PARTS – OPERATOR MODEL HJ
1
2
13
3
4
22
21
15
5
19
19
14
12
6
18
16
17
7
7
11
10
20
8
7
9
8
18
REPAIR PARTS – MODEL HJ
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
PART NO.
1B4062
Motor
1C3972
1A3971
81C149
41K4306
41K4498
1C3690-1
1C3687-1
1C3691-2
20B9
144B37
59D48
59D48-1
184B97
41K4346
144C38
41K4301
1A3741
22A14
171A410
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
4
Varies
2
DESCRIPTION
Electrical Box Assy. (See detail)
Motor Cable Assy.
See Chart
Motor Plate Assy.
Chain Assy. (49 Pitches)
Sprocket-Hub Assy. 1"
Oil Lite Brg. 3/4" I.D. Kit
Ball Bearing Kit - 1" I.D.
Output Shaft Assy.
Shaft Assy. - Hoist
Shaft Assy. - Pulley
V-Belt 5L
Pulley 2-1/2" 5L
Frame - Jack - Right
Frame - Jack - Left
Spacer
Disconnect Arm Assy.
Pulley 8" - 5L
Clutch Assy. Kit
Chain Assy. (41 Pitches)
Unwelded Hand Chain
Eye Bolt 1"
19
CONTROL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
®
ATTENTION: The 3-Button Control Station provided must be connected for operation.
3 BUTTON STATION OR 3 POSITION KEYSWITCH WITH SPRING RETURN TO CENTER AND STOP BUTTON
Open
Close
Stop
T1
T2
T3
OPEN TO ACTIVATE TIMER
T4
Open
Open
Close
Close
Stop
Stop
T1
T2
T4 T10
T3
KEY LOCKOUT
T1
Open
Close
Stop
T2
T3
T4
WIRING TYPES - B2, C2, T & TS
2 OR MORE
T4
WIRING TYPES - T & TS
T3
WIRING TYPES - B2, C2, T & TS
T2
WIRING TYPES - B2, C2, T & TS
STANDARD
T1
Open
Close
Stop
Keyswitch
2 BUTTON STATION OR 3 POSITION KEYSWITCH WITH SPRING RETURN TO CENTER
Close
T3
OPEN TO ACTIVATE TIMER
T4
T1
Open
Open
Close
Close
Close
OPEN TIMER TO CLOSE
T6
T8
T1
T10
SENSING DEVICE TO REVERSE OR STOP
T2
T3
ROLLBACK
T2 T3 T4
T1
T8
Open
Close
RESIDENTIAL
RADIO CONTROLS
ROLLBACK
WIRING TYPES - T & TS
T7
WIRING TYPES - B2, T & TS
T6
T4 T10
T3
Open
1 BUTTON STATION OR ANY AUXILIARY DEVICE
OPEN / CLOSE
T2
WIRING TYPES - E2
Open
T2
T4
OPEN TIMER TO CLOSE
T3
T10 T12
Open
Close
1
2
3
RADIO CONTROL
Stop
EXTERNAL INTERLOCK
WIRING TYPES - T & TS
2 OR MORE
T1
T4
WIRING TYPES - D1
T3
WIRING TYPES - D1
T2
WIRING TYPES - T & TS
STANDARD
T1
TIMER DEFEAT SWITCH
REMOVE JUMPER
T6
T8
T4
T5
T4
T5
T2
T9
T11
TIMER
ONE
WIRING TYPES - B2, C2, D1, E2, T & TS
114A1668A
2 OR MORE
WIRING TYPES - ALL
© 1992 The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
WIRING TYPES - T & TS
Printed in Mexico
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