TIR 60-120

TIR 60-120
TIR 60-120
D811162 04-04-02 Vers. 04
AUTOMATION FOR
SPRING OVERHEAD
DOORS
TIR 60-120
Thank you for buying this product, our company is sure that you will be more
than satisfied with the product’s performance. The product is supplied with
a “Warnings” leaflet and an “Instruction booklet”. These should both be
read carefully as they provide important information about safety, installation,
operation and maintenance. This product complies with the recognised
technical standards and safety regulations. We declare that this product is
in conformity with the following European Directives: 89/336/EEC and 73/
23/EEC (and subsequent amendments).
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1) GENERAL SAFETY
WARNING! An incorrect installation or improper use of the product
can cause damage to persons, animals or things.
• The “Warnings” leaflet and “Instruction booklet” supplied with this
product should be read carefully as they provide important information
about safety, installation, use and maintenance.
• Scrap packing materials (plastic, cardboard, polystyrene etc) according
to the provisions set out by current standards. Keep nylon or polystyrene
bags out of children’s reach.
• Keep the instructions together with the technical brochure for
future reference.
• This product was exclusively designed and manufactured for the use
specified in the present documentation. Any other use not specified in
this documentation could damage the product and be dangerous.
• The Company declines all responsibility for any consequences resulting
from improper use of the product, or use which is different from that
expected and specified in the present documentation.
• Do not install the product in explosive atmosphere.
• The construction components of this product must comply with the
following European Directives: 89/336/CEE, 73/23/EEC and subsequent
amendments. As for all non EEC countries, the abovementioned
standards as well as the current national standards should be respected
in order to achieve a good safety level.
• The Company declines all responsibility for any consequences resulting
from failure to observe Good Technical Practice when constructing
closing structures (door, gates etc.), as well as from any deformationwhich
might occur during use.
• The installation must comply with the provisions set out by the
followingEuropean Directives: 89/336/CEE, 73/23/EEC and subsequent
amendments.
• Disconnect the electrical power supply before carrying out any work on
the installation. Also disconnect any buffer batteries, if fitted.
• Fit an omnipolar or magnetothermal switch on the mains power supply,
having a contact opening distance equal to or greater than 3mm.
• Check that a differential switch with a 0.03A threshold is fitted just before
the power supply mains.
• Check that earthing is carried out correctly: connect all metal parts for
closure (doors, gates etc.) and all system components provided with an
earth terminal.
• Fit all the safety devices (photocells, electric edges etc.) which are
needed to protect the area from any danger caused by squashing,
conveying and shearing.
• Position at least one luminous signal indication device (blinker) where
it can be easily seen, and fix a Warning sign to the structure.
• The Company declines all responsibility with respect to the automation
safety and correct operation when other manufacturers’ components
are used.
• Only use original parts for any maintenance or repair operation.
• Do not modify the automation components, unless explicitly authorised
by the company.
• Instruct the product user about the control systems provided and the
manual opening operation in case of emergency.
• Do not allow persons or children to remain in the automation operation area.
• Keep radio control or other control devices out of children’s reach, in
order to avoid unintentional automation activation.
• The user must avoid any attempt to carry out work or repair on
the automation system, and always request the assistance of
qualified personnel.
• Anything which is not expressly provided for in the present instructions,
is not allowed.
2) TECHNICAL DETAILS
Power supply
Motor voltage
Motor power
Absorption
Lubrication
Traction and thrust
Usable stroke
Average speed (m/min)
:230V~ +/-10%, 50/60Hz Single phase (*)
:24V=
:TIR60 - 180W / TIR120 - 260W
:TIR60 - 0.7A / TIR 120 - 0.9A
:Permanent grease
:TIR60 600N
: TIR120 1200N
:2.55m (with extension Mod.PT13.5m)
:TIR-60 5 appox :TIR-120 6.5 (approx.)
Reaction to the collision when closing : Amperostop (Stop and reverse)
Manoeuvres in 24h
:TIR60 100
: TIR120
200
Limit switches
:Electric and adjustable
Courtesy light
:Lamp 230V~ 25W max., E14
Working temperature
:-15°C +60°C
Protection degree
:IP X0
Total weight
:12 kg
Dimensions
:See fig. 1
(*) Available in all network voltages.
3) GENERAL INFORMATION
Suitable for motorising sectional doors (fig. 2), spring overhead doors with
total reentrance (fig. 3) and overhead doors with counterweights by means
of a special pulling arm (fig. 4). The maximum height of the overhead door
must not exceed 2.5 meters (3.5 meters with extension).
The installation is carried out easily, it allows a fast assembly without any
change to the door. The closing lock is maintained by the irreversible motor
reducer. This product was designed in order to motorise the above
mentioned types of doors. Any other use will be considered contrary to the
use foreseen by the manufacturer which, therefore, cannot be considered
responsible for any caused damage to things, people, animals.
4) INSTALLATION OF THE AUTOMATION
Preliminary controls
Check the balance of the door.
Check the sliding of the door for all its travel.
If the door is not of new installation, check the wear state of all its component
parts. Fix or replace the faulty or worn parts.
The reliability and safety of the automation is directly influenced by the
condition of the structure of the door.
5) ASSEMBLY
Once removed the packing, the door opener presents itself as in fig. 5. We
would like to remind you to dispose of all the components of the packing
separating the different types of material (cardboard, polystyrene, PVC
etc.) according to what foreseen by the national regulations in force.
- Remove the existing locking bolt from the door cremone bolt.
- Place the joint “G” as in fig. 6.
- Place the half track as in fig. 7 and lower it to the face putting the chain
into tension and obtaining in this way the whole track.
- Place the joint divided into two between the two semi-tracks as in fig. 8.
- Block the joint by tightening the special supplied screws as in fig. 9. The
door opener is therefore ready for the installation.
- Mark the centre line of the door and fix the pin joint of the track to the door
frame as in fig. 10. If the height of the ceiling of the room allows it, it is
possible to assemble the pin joint higher fixing it to the masonry headsill
with wedges.
- With the aid of a support as a ladder, lift the motorised head until levelling
the track as in fig. 11.
- Fasten the two supporting brackets to the ceiling as in fig. 12. Check
everything again and fasten the two supporting brackets onto the base
plate of the motor reducer.
- Unlock the pulling carriage (fig. 13) by pulling the cord and bringing the
pulling arm to the door frame. Fix the pulling arm to the door frame as
in fig.14 using the supplied screws.
6) ELECTRIC SYSTEM PREPARATION (fig.15)
I)
Type approved omnipolar switch with 3 mm min. contact opening.
provided with overload and short-circuit protection, used to break the
automation connection from the mains. If not present, provide the
automation with a type approved differential switch with adequate
capacity and a 0.03 A threshold.
Qr) Control unit with built-in receiver
M)
Actuator
Ft-Fr) Pair of photocells (transmitter) (receivers)
T)
1-2-4 channel transmitter
Prepare the arrival of the connec-tions of the attachments, of the safety and
control devices to the motor unit keeping the connections to the line voltage
well separated from the connections of the attachments in low tension.
Proceed to their connection as indicated in the electric diagram (fig. 16).
Once finished, if the radio receiver board is inserted in the control unit, the
equipment is ready to work with remote control. If a remote control is not
used, the actioning is carried out by means of a start push-button connected
as indicated in the general electric diagram (fig. 16).
7) CONTROL UNIT STIR-LF1 (fig. 16)
Characteristics
Pre-alarm about 3 s
Reverse pause about 3 s
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8) TERMINAL BOARD CONNECTIONS (fig. 16)
JP1
1-2 Photocells and attachments power supply 17V~ max. 8.5 VA
JP2 Receiver board connector
JP3
1-2 Courtesy light connection 230V~ max. 25W
3-4 Transformer power supply
5-6 Single phase power supply 230V~ ± 10%, 50-60Hz (5=N 6=L)
7-8 Flashing light connection 230V~ max. 40W
JP4 Predisposition II° radio channel output CH2
JP5
1
Transformer connection 25V
2-3 Motor connection
TIR 60: 2 Brown - 3 Gray
TIR 120: 2 Yellow - 3 Blue
4
Transformer connection 15V or 20V
5
Transformer connection 0V
JP6
1-2 Antenna connection (1 signal - 2 sheath)
JP8 Connector for stopping limit switch
JP9 Connector for slowing down microswitches
JP10
1-2 Photocells input, sensitive cushion (N.C.). If not used, leave jumped.
3-4 Locking push-button (N.C.). If not used, leave jumped.
5-6 Open-close push-button or key selector (N.O.)
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9) TRIMMER REGULATION (fig. 16)
P1 - TCA - Regulates the pause time with open gate after which the door
closes.
P2 - AMPOPN - Regulates the intervention threshold of the anticrushing
during the opening phase.
P3 - AMPCLS - Regulates the intervention threshold of the anticrushing
during the closing phase.
WARNING: Check that the impact force value measured at the
points established by the EN 12445 standard is lower than that
specified in the EN 12453 standard.
10) JUMPER SETTING (fig. 16)
DF1 - PREALL
ON - Inserts pre-alarm (Disconnect power at every change).
OFF - Switches off pre-alarm (Disconnect power at every change).
DF2 - TCA
OFF - Inserts the automatic closing.
ON - Switches off the automatic closing.
11) TEST PUSH-BUTTON (fig. 16)
A start push-button is foreseen as a test on the board for controlling the
opening and closing manoeuvre.
12) CHAIN TIGHTENER REGULATION
The automation is supplied already calibrated and tested. If it is necessary
to adjust the tension of the chain proceed as indicated in fig. 17.
ATTENTION: The compression spring must never be compressed
completely. Check carefully that the spring does not go into total compression
during the functioning.
13) LIMIT SWITCH REGULATION
The operator disposes of a unit for limit switch regulation which is supplied
already regulated for the maximum available travel. The limit switch unit is
equipped with 2 microswitches for every direction: the first intercepted
activates the slowing down, the second intercepted stops the operator.
ATTENTION: before carrying out any regulation operation, disconnect the
power from the system. Every time the power is disconnected from the
system, the electronics resets. When power is given to the system, the first
start always carries out the opening manoeuvre. To regulate the opening
and closing microswitches, proceed as follows:
- If the pulling carriage is in the position of manual unlocking, bring it to the
chain coupling moving the door manually until coupling it up and give
power supply to the system.
- Give START: the first control always carries out the opening manoeuvre.
Give START to stop the door when it is in the position of total opening.
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To regulate the limit of the travel, lift the holding spring from the gear
teeth of the cam with a screwdriver (fig. 18), rotate the opening cam in
the direction of the opening microswit-ches “OPEN”, until hearing the
click of the first and second limit switch. Lower the spring until fitting a
tooth of the cam.
Feed the system and give START to carry out the closing manoeuvre.
Give Start when the door is completely closed. Lift the holding spring
from the gear teeth of the cam with a screwdriver (fig. 19), rotate the
closing cam in the direction of the closing microswitches “CLOSE”, until
hearing the click of both limit switches. Lower the spring until fitting a
tooth of the cam.
Give power and check the slowing down and stopping in both positions.
Check that the stopping during opening and closing is carried out
without excessive traction or compression of the system.
Repeat the complete opening and closing manoeuvre a few times in
order to control if the limit microswitches intervene correctly. Regulate
the position of the cams if necessary.
The holding spring must always be fitted in the gear teeth of the cams
in order to maintain their position.
Reassemble the cowling of the operator.
14) SLOWING DOWN SPEED AND TORQUE (fig.20)
N.B. If the thrust, in the final opening and closing phase does not allow to
obtain the complete desired manoeuvre, it is possible to increase the force
of the motor reducer by moving the connection of the transformer from
terminal 3 to terminal 4 as in fig. 20.
15) EMERGENCY MANOEUVRE
If there is no power or because of a breakdown of the system, to carry out
the manoeuvre manually, pull the cord connected to the carriage as in fig.
21. For garages without secondary exit it is compulsory to assemble an
unlocking device from outside with key ( Mod. SM1-fig.22 or Mod. SET/S
-fig23).
16) CONTROL OF THE AUTOMATION
Before making the automation definitely operative, carefully check the
following:
- Check the correct functioning of all safety devices (limit microswitches,
photocells, sensitive cushions etc.).
- Check that the thrust (anticrushing) of the door is within the limits
foreseen by the regulations in force.
- Check that the chain tightener spring is not compressed completely
during the manoeuvre.
- Check the manual opening control.
- Check the opening and closing operation with the applied control
devices.
- Check the electronic logic of normal and personalised functioning.
17) USE OF THE AUTOMATION
As the automation can be controlled at a distance by means of remote
control or start push-button, and therefore not at sight, it is indispensable
to control frequently the perfect efficiency of all safety devices. For any
functioning anomaly, intervene rapidly even with the help of qualified
personnel. We recommend to keep children at a suitable distance from the
range of action of the automation.
18) CONTROL
The use of the automation allows the opening and closing of the door in a
motorised way. The control can be of different types (manual, with remote
control, access control with magnetic badge etc.) according to the necessity
and the characteristics of the installation. For the various control systems,
see the relative instructions.
The users of the automation must be instructed about its control and use.
19) MAINTENANCE
For any maintenance, disconnect the system from the power supply.
- Check periodically (twice a year) the tightening of the chain.
- Carry out occasionally the cleaning of the photocells optics if installed.
- Have the correct regulation of the electronic clutch controlled by qualified
personnel (installer).
- For any functioning anomaly, not solved, disconnect the system from
the power supply and request the intervention of qualified personnel
(installer). During the out of order period, activate the manual unlocking
in order to allow the manual opening and closing.
20) NOISE
The environmental noise produced by the gear-motor in normal operation
conditions is constant and does not exceed 70 dB (A).
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Service light switching on time 90 s
Adjustable TCA time from 15 to 100 s
Slowing down in opening and closing
Amperostop regulation in closing and opening
Attachments outputs 17Vav max. 8.5VA
Flashing light connection 230V max. 40W
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21) ACCESSORIES
SM1
External unlocking to assemble to the existing cremone bolt of the
overhead door (fig. 22).
SET/S External unlocking with receding handle for sectional doors max.
50mm (fig. 23).
PT1
1 m extension for garage doors up to 3.50m (fig. 24).
APT
Extension and bracket attachments for spaced or close to ceiling
assembly (fig. 25).
ST
Automatic unlocking of bolts for spring overhead doors. Applied
to the control arm, it unhooks the side bolts of the door
automatically (fig. 26).
22) SCRAPPING
Warning! This operation should only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Materials must be disposed of in conformity with the current regulations.
In case of scrapping, the automation devices do not entail any particular
risks or danger. In case of materials to be recycled, these should be sorted
out by type (electrical components, copper, aluminium, plastic etc.).
23) DISMANTLING
Warning! This operation should only be carried out by qualified personnel.
When the automation system is disassembled to be reassembled on
another site, proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the power supply and the entire external electrical installation.
• In the case where some of the components cannot be removed or are
damaged, they must be replaced.
The descriptions and illustrations contained in the present manual
are not binding. The Company reserves the right to make any alterations
deemed appropriate for the technical, manufacturing and commercial
improvement of the product, while leaving the essential product
features unchanged, at any time and without undertaking to update
the present publication.
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TIR 60:
2 Marrone/Brown/Brun/Braun/Marron/Castanho
3 Grigio/Gery/Gris/Grau/Gris/Cinza
TIR 120: 2 Jaune/Jellow/Jaune/Gelb/Amarillo/Amarelo
3 Blu/Blue/Bleue/Blau/Azul/Azul Escuro
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