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Table of contents
Table of contents
1
General information ............................................................................................
5
1.1
Purpose and use of these operating instructions .............................................................
5
1.2
Copyright ..........................................................................................................................
5
1.3
Storage of the manual ......................................................................................................
5
1.4
Product identification ........................................................................................................
5
1.5
Description of door types .................................................................................................
6
1.6
State of technology ..........................................................................................................
6
1.7
Door components .............................................................................................................
6
2
Safety instructions and regulations .....................................................................
7
2.1
Intended purpose of use ..................................................................................................
7
2.2
Presentation of warning signs ..........................................................................................
8
2.3
General safety and accident prevention regulations ........................................................
9
2.4
Security- and surveillance equipment ..............................................................................
10
2.5
Danger warnings on the product ......................................................................................
10
2.6
Fire load ...........................................................................................................................
10
2.7
Spare parts / liability ........................................................................................................
10
2.8
Residual risks ...................................................................................................................
10
2.9
Notice power shutdown ....................................................................................................
10
3
Graphic display C90 ...........................................................................................
11
4
Security inspection according EN 16005 ............................................................
12
4.1
Swing doors.... .................................................................................................................
12
4.1.1
Protection during opening and closing cycles ..................................................................
12
5
Specifications .....................................................................................................
14
5.1
Environmental conditions .................................................................................................
14
5.2
Electrical specifications ...................................................................................................
14
6
Safety features of the door .................................................................................
15
6.1
Safety features and controls ............................................................................................
15
6.1.1
Safety features and control elements legend ..................................................................
17
6.2
Emergency stop switch ...................................................................................................
17
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6.3
Motion detectors...............................................................................................................
17
7
Description of the door .......................................................................................
18
7.1
Standard edition of the door ............................................................................................
18
7.2
Double wing door system with closing sequence ............................................................
18
7.3
Dimensions of the door ....................................................................................................
18
8
Normalizing and calibrating with the key-operated switch ...................................
19
8.1
Initialization / Activation of the restart lock via reset button (R)........................................
19
8.2
Normalization via the key-operated switch.......................................................................
19
8.3
Calibration via the reset button (R) ..................................................................................
19
9
Operating the door .............................................................................................
20
9.1
Key-operated switch.........................................................................................................
20
9.2
Door operating modes......................................................................................................
20
9.2.1
LOCKED operating mode ................................................................................................
20
9.2.2
AUTOMATIC operating mode “Single wing door” ............................................................
20
9.2.3
AUTOMATIC “Double wing door”.....................................................................................
21
9.2.4
ONEWAY operating mode “Single wing door” .................................................................
21
9.2.5
ONEWAY operating mode “Double wing door”................................................................
21
9.2.6
CONTINUOUS operating mode .......................................................................................
21
10
Function during power failure ............................................................................
22
11
Functional behaviour when power is restored ....................................................
23
12
Optional functional enhancements......................................................................
24
12.1
Safeguarding (secondary closing edge) with sensors or safety strips .............................
24
12.2
Safeguarding (main closing edge) with sensors or safety strips ......................................
25
12.3
Horizontal sensor strip on the swing wing “opening side” ................................................
25
12.4
Horizontal sensor strip on the swing wing “closing side”..................................................
26
12.5
Fire alarm control .............................................................................................................
26
12.6
Lock mechanism status indicator and door position indicator..........................................
26
12.7
Door open button / Key switch / Code card reader .........................................................
27
13
Conduct during malfunctions ..............................................................................
28
13.1
Possible troubleshooting ..................................................................................................
28
13.2
Troubleshooting tips .........................................................................................................
28
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Adjustable functions and door parameters .........................................................
30
15
Operator duties ..................................................................................................
32
16
Visual and functional inspection .........................................................................
33
16.1
Monthly inspection procedures .......................................................................................
33
17
Cleaning and care .............................................................................................
36
18
Dismantling and disposal....................................................................................
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General information
1
General information
1.1
Purpose and use of these operating instructions
This document was written for the operator of the door: Meaning, it is for the person
responsible for the operation and technical maintenance of the door. These operating
instructions explain the handling of the door. They also provide the basics for proper
operation and instructions on procedures as well as maintenance for any malfunctions that
may occur. This document may also be given in extracts, to individuals who are entrusted
with the daily operation of the door.
The operator of the door must read the operating instructions first in order to observe safety
regulations and exercise the duties of the operator!
It is recommended to keep this document accessible, within reach of the door.
1.2
Copyright
The copyright of the instructions remain at:
BLASI GmbH Mahlberg
It is prohibited to reproduce, distribute or use the manuals for purpose of competition without
the written authorization of BLASI GmbH.
Violation of the here stated copyrights will be prosecuted and fined with compensation of
damage.
Subject can change without prior notice.
Differences between product and manual are thereby possible.
1.3
Storage of the manual
After the installation of the system, the instructions should be stored in an accessible and
dry place.
1.4
Product identification
The nameplate located on the door provides accurate identification of the product.
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General information
1.5
Description of door types
This manual describes the following door types:
1.6
C90
Single wing door
C90
Double wing door
C90
Double wing door with closing sequence
State of technology
This system was developed using state of the art technology and officially recognized
technical safety regulations. The system, depending on its options and diameter, comply
with the requirements of the Machine Guidelines 2006/42/EG as well as EN 16005 and
DIN 18650 (D).
Nevertheless, danger may arise if not used as intended.
IMPORTANT
Installation, commissioning, inspection, maintenance and repair work may only
be conducted by qualified, trained and authorized technicians.
After commissioning or repair work, fill in the check list and give it to the
customer for safe keeping.
We recommend obtaining a service agreement.
1.7
Door components
NOTICE
Depending on the features of the door, not all operating and safety components
in this manual are individually described in graphic images. The graphic images
are for guidance only and do not claim to be complete. For more detailed
information, please refer to the separate technical drawings.
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Safety instructions and regulations
2
Safety instructions and regulations
2.1
Intended purpose of use
The system operator is designed exclusively for normal service with automatic pedestrian
sliding doors in dry rooms and must be installed indoors or on the inner side of a building.
It can also be mounted on the outer side, if the customer provides for a proper sealing and
if technical data are observed.
Any other application or use beyond this purpose is not considered to be an intended
purpose. The manufacturer bears no liability for any resulting damage; the operator alone
shall bear the associated risk.
The intended purpose also includes observation of the operating conditions specified by the
manufacturer, in addition to regular care, maintenance and repair.
Interventions in or alterations to the automatic door performed by non-authorized
maintenance technicians exclude the manufacturer's liability for consequential damages.
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Safety instructions and regulations
2.2
2
Presentation of warning signs
Various symbols are used in this guide for easier understanding:
NOTICE
Useful advice and information to ensure correct and efficient workflow of the
system.
IMPORTANT
Specific details which are essential for trouble-free operation of the system.
IMPORTANT
Important details which must be read for proper function of the system.
CAUTION
Against a potential hazardous situation that can lead to minor personal injury and
property damage.
WARNING
Against a latent hazardous situation that can lead to severe injuries or death and
cause substantial property damage.
DANGER
Against an imminent hazardous situation that can lead to severe injury or death.
DANGER
Against an imminent or latent hazardous situation that could lead to electric
shock and cause serious injury or death.
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Safety instructions and regulations
2.3
General safety and accident prevention regulations
IMPORTANT
When motion detectors are used, it must be ensured that no moving objects like
flags, plants etc. can move into the detection area of the motion detectors.
IMPORTANT
To avoid malfunctions, the system must NOT be isolated overnight from the
mains!
IMPORTANT
If any faults occur that could endanger the safety of persons, the door system
must be shut down immediately. It may only be made operational again when the
faults have been rectified in a technically correct manner and the danger has
been eliminated.
IMPORTANT
Basically, no safety devices (e.g. sensors, protective screens) may be removed
or made inoperable.
CAUTION
Operational malfunctions and the danger of slipping and falling owing to the
accumulation of dirt below the floor mat
• Operational shutdowns, bruising, fractures
 The floor mat or the flooring must be even and firmly laid.
Accumulation of dirt below the floor mat must be regularly removed.
CAUTION
Unexpected OPENING/CLOSING/ROTATION of the doors/door leaves
• Bruises and contusions from the door leaves
 No persons or objects allowed in the opening area of the automatic doors.
 No safety devices (sensors) should be removed or disabled.
 Do not rush through a door that is already closing.
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Safety instructions and regulations
2.4
Security- and surveillance equipment
The passages of the plant are monitored by sensors. It is important that they work faultlessly
and are under no circumstances set out of service.
2.5
Danger warnings on the product
If necessary, the country specific regulations have to be adhered to.
2.6
Fire load
CAUTION
In the event of a fire, the door system could become so mechanically deformed,
that the wing(s) may no longer be moved. This door system does not meet any
fire safety requirements, such as fire resistance or smoke control.
DANGER
Blocked by a fire hazard
• Suffocation or burns
 The line monitoring the transmission signal to the central fire alarm system
must be ensured.
2.7
Spare parts / liability
Reliable and trouble free operation of the door is only guaranteed when using parts that
were recommended by the manufacturer. The manufacturer declines any liability for
damages resulting from unauthorized modifications to the door or the use of parts that are
not permitted.
2.8
Residual risks
The system was designed according to standard technology and regulations. Nevertheless,
improper use could endanger user safety and some residual risks may not be avoided.
2.9
Notice power shutdown
NOTICE
A trouble free operating door is only guaranteed with a continuous supply of
power. Therefore, never disconnect the power supply!
If the main power supply is disconnected, the door control will have to be normalized first
after switching the power back on. To do so, turn the key-operated switch from AUTOMATIC
to LOCKED and back again. Now the door is operational again.
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Graphic display C90
3
3
Graphic display C90
C90 single wing
C90 double wing
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Security inspection according EN 16005
4
Security inspection according EN 16005
Like the German standard DIN 18650, the EN 16005 describes the requirements and the
test methods for the safe use of power-operated pedestrian doors. The EN 16361 describes
the requirements for the production process and documentation / classification of the doors.
The EN 16005 is valid for automatic sliding, folding, swing and revolving doors. It does not
apply to high speed doors (Speedcord).
We recommend that you organize and use your country-specific version of the EN 16005.
4.1
Swing doors
Automatic swing doors must be provided with extra safety devices.
4.1.1
Protection during opening and closing cycles
The standard EN 16005 stipulates that a person must be detected on both sides of the door
during the closing cycle.
▪ The CA reference body (700 x 300 x 200 mm) must be detected at any point in an area as wide
as the doorway and extending over a distance of 200 mm on both sides of the door axle.
▪ Devices to protect against the danger of crushing and impact between the door leaf and the
adjacent parts of the surroundings shall be provided during the opening and the closing cycles.
– Presence sensors in the zone to be protected
– Sufficient safety distances
– Low energy movement
– Activation mat
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Security inspection according EN 16005
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Solution:
Safety devices on the door wing
Examples:
CEDES TOF/Taxi
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Specifications
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Specifications
5.1
Environmental conditions
5.2
Temperature range
From -15 to +50° C
Humidity range
Up to 85% rel. humidity, not condensing
Electrical specifications
Mains voltage:
220-240 V
Frequency:
50-60 Hz
Nominal power:
see system nameplate
Mains fuse:
16A circuit breaker with tripping characteristic
C or K
Power consumption:
max. 200VA
Control voltage:
24 VDC (extra low voltage)
Motor voltage:
24 V
Max. torque:
approx. 120 Nm
Control current fuse:
10AT (5x20 mm)
Battery backup:
10AT (5x20 mm)
Safety class:
3
Degree of protection:
IP 54 (subfloor)
Subfloor systems must have an extra, customer supplied, external upstream RCD circuit
breaker In = 30mA (FI circuit breaker) installed.
NOTICE
The mains power connection must be performed by a licensed electrician.
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Safety features of the door
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6
Safety features of the door
NOTICE
The safety of person and objects is guaranteed through several protective
devices.
6.1
Safety features and controls
C90 single wing
C90 double wing
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Safety features of the door
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Operating components
Drive gear box (subfloor)
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Safety features of the door
6.1.1
Safety features and control elements legend
Pos. No.
6.2
Components
1
Motion detector
24
Emergency stop switch
29
Key-operated switch
36
Contact mat exit direction
37
Contact mat entrance direction
38
On-site code card reader (1x interior and 1x exterior)
39
Horizontal sensor strip (opening and closing side)
44
Drive gear box (subfloor)
45
Safety sensors (shearing edge / crushing edge)
46
Electromagnetic lock with bolt contact
Emergency stop switch
When the emergency stop switch is activated, the door stops immediately in its
current position and can be manually opened or closed.
If the door is locked, it can be opened by pressing the door handle.
After resetting the emergency stop button, the preset operating mode will resume.
6.3
Motion detectors
NOTICE
Moving objects, i.e. loose poster or plants that move in the detection area can
trigger an unintentional start.
Motion detectors are installed on each access side of the system.
Once the detection area of a motion detector is entered, the door opens.
If the detection area of a motion detector is entered during the closing process, the door will
opens/reverse.
NOTICE
In the LOCKED operating mode, the motion detectors and other pulse
generators are disabled during the closing process. Only pressure control is
enabled!
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Description of the door
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Description of the door
7.1
Standard edition of the door
▪ The system consists of a single or double wing door.
▪ Electric drive system with silent high-performance gears.
▪ Special fully electronic controlled motor.
▪ Integrated microprocessor-controlled drive system.
▪ The drive force is automatically adjusted to the weight of each door.
▪ The hold-open time of the door, the opening and closing speed and the opening and closing
pressure can be individually adjusted.
▪ Electronic controlled cushioning.
▪ The power connection must be supplied by the customer.
▪ Terminals for the sensors are pluggable.
▪ Door can be opened manually in all operating modes during a power failure.
In the LOCKED mode, the door remains locked.
▪ Reversing safety control causes the door to open immediately, when there is a risk of being
trapped in the doorway; as per the regulation of static residual force max. 150 N.
▪ Key-operated switch with the positions LOCKED – AUTOMATIC – ONEWAY – CONTINUOUS
and an integrated reset button (R).
▪ An integrated error analyzer detects malfunctions.
▪ Water resistant stainless steel housing.
7.2
Double wing door system with closing sequence
The system consists of a double wing door. Both doors cannot close simultaneously
because of the closing sequence function. One door wing is programmed to close first.
Once the first door is completely closed, then the second door wing will close.
7.3
Dimensions of the door
Drive gear box
length 450 mm
Passage width:
From 700 mm to 1500 mm
Passage height:
From 2100 mm to 4000 mm
Opening angle:
variable
Total wing weight:
max. 600 kg
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Normalizing and calibrating with the key-operated switch
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Normalizing and calibrating with the key-operated switch
8.1
Initialization / Activation of the restart lock via reset button (R)
The initialization process starts automatically once power restored. For
security reasons an electronic restart lock is activated. The initialization
process can also be stared by pressing the reset button (R) (less than
2 seconds) on the key-operated switch.
8.2
Normalization via the key-operated switch
Before the door can start, the restart lock must be removed by normalizing. To do this, turn
the key-operated switch from AUTOMATIC position to LOCKED and back again. Then the
door will start at slow speed and “search” for the CLOSED position. The direction of rotation
must not be stopped! After that the system is operational again.
8.3
Calibration via the reset button (R)
The open and closed position on a C90 swing door can be set via the limit switches. These
are only used by initialization and calibration of the door. Once the respective controller has
detected the position of the limit switch, it calculates all the positions with the integrated
incremental encoder. Pressing the reset button (R) (for longer than 6 sec.) will normalize the
respective control.
Calibration will start afterwards automatically. As with the initialization process, the entire
processor will be reset. In addition, the ON and OFF position of the respective control will be
redefined, by opening and closing the door at slow speed.
The friction values of the door are also measured. To measure the motor current properly,
that is required to overcome the friction, it is measured during initialization oft he door, also
in the CLOSED position.
Afterwards, acceleration, deceleration and maximum speeds are specifically optimized
during the first 5 door openings.
NOTICE
The reset button (R) is supported in all operating modes!
NOTICE
The door must not be stopped during the initialization or calibration process to
avoid measuring false parameters. This would prevent an optimal operating
performance!
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Operating the door
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Operating the door
9.1
Key-operated switch
The operating modes LOCKED – AUTOMATIC – ONEWAY – CONTINUOUS
can be set with the key-operated switch. The reset button (R) is also
integrated in the key-operated switch, after pressing it the door control will
be reinitialized.
9.2
Door operating modes
NOTICE
If the door hits an obstacle during the closing process, it will open / reverse
immediately due to the integrated pressure control.
If the door hits an obstacle during the opening process, it will stop immediately.
Once the obstacle is removed the opening process continues.
NOTICE
The door closes again when the hold-open time, adjustable from 0 to 10
seconds, has expired, as long a no one is within the detection range of the safety
sensors.
On double wing doors with a closing sequence function, the wings do not close
simultaneously. The hold-open times must be programmed at different intervals
in order to avoid injuring individuals. One door wing is programmed to close first,
once the hold-open time has expired. Only when the first door wing is completely
closed, will the second door wing close.
9.2.1
LOCKED operating mode
The door drives are turned off and are locked electrically together with the electric
door opener.
If the operating mode is switched to LOCKED, while the door is closing, the
rotational movement is maintained until the CLOSED position is reached.
9.2.2
AUTOMATIC operating mode “Single wing door”
The door is unlocked.
The door opens via an opening signal (i.e. radar, door open button, etc.).
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Operating the door
9.2.3
AUTOMATIC “Double wing door”
The door is unlocked.
Both door wings open simultaneously via an opening signal.
The hold-open times must be programmed at different intervals in order to avoid
injuring individuals.
9.2.4
ONEWAY operating mode “Single wing door”
The door is unlocked.
The door opens via an opening signal from the inside.
The outside impulse generators are disabled in this operating mode.
9.2.5
ONEWAY operating mode “Double wing door”
The door is unlocked.
Both door wings open simultaneously via an opening signal from the inside.
The outside impulse generators are disabled in this operating mode.
The hold-open times must be programmed at different intervals in order to avoid
injuring individuals.
9.2.6
CONTINUOUS operating mode
The door opens immediately and remains in this position until a different operating
mode is selected.
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Function during power failure
10
Function during power failure
LOCKED operating mode
The door remains closed and locked.
AUTOMATIC and ONEWAY operating modes
The door can be opened manually with the door handle.
The door opens automatically by means of an energy storing device and remains open.
CONTINUOUS operating mode
The door remains open.
NOTICE
An emergency operation is only possible for a certain bridge period with an
external (on-site) or integrated UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply).
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Functional behaviour when power is restored
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Functional behaviour when power is restored
When power is restored, an electric restart process is activated. To access the AUTOMATIC
or ONEWAY operating mode, the door control needs to be normalized again.
To do this, the key-operated switch has to be turned from AUTOMATIC to LOCKED and
back again. Then the door will start its program at crawl speed and “search” for the CLOSED
position. Rotation must not be hindered! After that the door is operational again.
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Optional functional enhancements
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Optional functional enhancements
12.1
Safeguarding (secondary closing edge) with sensors or safety strips
Pinching hazards may occur between the fixed parts (i.e. door frame) and the hinged side on
doors that close and open.
This pinching point is monitored and secured by sensors (active infrared sensors or light
barriers). The door will stop immediately if the detection range of a sensor is entered or if the
light beam of a light barrier is interrupted. Once the detection area of the sensor is cleared
and/or the light beam of the light barrier s no longer interrupted, the door will re-open at slow
speed after 3 seconds.
Electrical safety strips can also be installed to safeguard the pinching points. If a safety strip
is pressed, the door stops immediately. When the safety strip is no longer pressed, the door
re-opens at slow speed after three seconds.
NOTICE
Safeguarding pinching points with sensors is only permitted, if sufficient distance
is ensured.
As with the safety strips, sufficient deformation distance must be ensured. Safety
distance: < 8 mm or < = 25 mm
Safeguarding secondary closing edge (NSK)
Shearing points are normally safeguarded through other appropriate means
such as inherent protection profiles or protective covers.
Example: 1 = rubber covering, 2 = rubber or textile covering
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Optional functional enhancements
12.2
Safeguarding (main closing edge) with sensors or safety strips
Pinching hazards may occur between the fixed parts and the main closing edge on closing
doors.
These pinching points are monitored and secured by sensors and safety strips. If the
detection range of a sensor is entered or a safety strip is pressed while the door is closing,
the door will stop and open / reverse. When the detection area of the sensor is cleared or
the safety strip is no longer pressed, the door will continue to close again once the holdopen time has expired.
Safeguarding main closing edge (HSK)
Safeguarding main closing edge (HSK)
on a double wing door
NOTICE
There is danger of damaging the safety strips through pointed or sharp objects
as well as through aggressive cleaning agents, such as mineral oils or gasoline.
This could cause the door to breakdown or cause malfunctions.
12.3
Horizontal sensor strip on the swing wing “opening side”
The opening area of the door is safeguarded by a sensor strip installed on top of the door
frame.
If the detection range is entered while the door is opening, it will stop immediately. Once
there is no more detection, the door will continue to open after 3 seconds at slow speed.
Safeguarding door (opening process)
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Optional functional enhancements
12.4
Horizontal sensor strip on the swing wing “closing side”
The closing area of the door is safeguarded by a sensor strip installed on top of the door
frame.
If the detection range is entered while the door is closing, it will stop immediately and
re-open / reverse. Once there is no more detection, the door will close after the hold-open
time has expired.
Safeguarding door (closing process)
12.5
Fire alarm control
If the on-site fire alarm system is activated the door opens, regardless of the current
operating mode.
Once the alarm has been deactivated on the fire alarm system, the door will continue to
operate in the operating mode selected on the key-operated switch.
An on-site fire detection system must be installed by the customer.
CAUTION
If the door is subjected to flames in the event of a fire, it could become so
mechanically deformed, that it can no longer be opened nor operated.
This door system does not meet any fire safety requirements, with regard to
fire or flame resistance.
12.6
Lock mechanism status indicator and door position indicator
There are signal contacts (potential-free NO contacts maximum contact load 24 volt
AC/DC/0.3 amps) for indicating the locked state or position of the door.
In some countries (VdS) tested signal contacts (potential-free NO contacts, tested according
to VdS class C, maximum contact load 24 volt AC/DC/0.3 amps) are required according to
the German Property Insurers Association. These are then suitable for use in certified alarm
systems.
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Optional functional enhancements
12.7
Door open button / Key switch / Code card reader
Door open button
Key switch
Code card reader (on-site)
Interior and/or exterior
Exterior
Exterior
In all operating modes, the door opens by pressing the door open button or turning the key switch.
In the ONEWAY operating mode, the door opens by using the code card reader.
In the operating modes AUTOMATIC or ONEWAY, the door will close again after the hold-open time
has expired.
If an impulse generator is interrupted during the closing process, the door will open / reverse.
If the door were to hit an obstacle during the closing process, it would immediately open / reverse
due to the integrated pressure control.
In the LOCKED operating mode, the door closes again and locks itself after the hold-open time has
expired. While the door is closing, the impulse generators and safety sensors are disabled. Pressure
control is however still enabled.
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Conduct during malfunctions
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Conduct during malfunctions
IMPORTANT
If malfunctions that endanger the safety of individuals occur, the system must be
turned off. It may not be turned back on until the problem has been resolved by a
professional and the danger no long exists.
13.1
Possible troubleshooting
NOTICE
Some malfunctions can be rectified by the operator themselves (see troubleshooting tips). If the tips do not resolve the problem, please contact your local
service centre.
Before calling, please note the information shown on the optional IBS system
display. This information provides the technician with important information for
troubleshooting.
13.2
Troubleshooting tips
To eliminate malfunctions, it is necessary to disable the electronic restart lock on the door
control through normalization. For this, turn the key-operated switch from LOCKED to
AUTOMATIC operating mode and back again. The door will start at slow speed and “search”
for the home position. Then the door is operational again.
Malfunctions and their causes, as well as possible solutions which can be performed by the
operator, are listed below. If the solutions listed are not successful, the operator must disconnect the main power supply and call the service centre.
Malfunctions
Door does not open
Door stays open
Causes
▪ LOCKED operating mode
▪ Select a different operating mode
▪ Lock is jammed or hooked
▪ Unlock manually (pull red pin)
▪ Lock is defective
▪ Exchange lock
▪ Guide rail skewed
▪ Realign / Replace guide rail
▪ Sensor optic is dirty
▪ Clean all sensors / photocells
(sensors / photocells)
Door will not lock
▪ Door in not quite in the locked
position
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▪ Push the door into the locked
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Conduct during malfunctions
Door does not close
No automatic function
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▪ Obstacle in the safety zone
▪ Remove obstacle
▪ Impulse generator defective
▪ Replace impulse generator
▪ Sensors or photocell optic is dirty
▪ Clean with a dry dust cloth
▪ Emergency stop button pressed
▪ Reset emergency stop button
▪ Has not been normalized (restart
▪ Normalize the door or press the
lock is enabled)
restart (R) button
After power failure
▪ Restart lock is enabled
▪ Normalize the door
Over current
▪ Frictional resistance too high
▪ Adjust the door
▪ Object stuck under the door
▪ Remove object
▪ Guide rail skewed
▪ Realign /
Replace guide rail
No door functions
▪ Power failure
▪ Power supply interrupted
▪ Motor or control fuse defective
▪ Connect power supply (i.e. switch
circuit breaker)
▪ Check power supply, replace if
necessary
▪ Replace motor or control fuse
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Adjustable functions and door parameters
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Adjustable functions and door parameters
NOTICE
The door parameters and special functions can only be set and adjusted by a
service technician with a Service-IBS (intelligent operating switch).
Software versions Standard:
Door type
Ta6sp_3.11e_c90_mp32_m16
Standard with wind load brake:
Ta6sp_3.11e_c90_wind_mp32_m16
Standard with closing sequence:
Ta6sp_3.11e_c90_mp32_m16 T_20492h
C90 / C90-SU
MP
Designation
Default setting
Setting
Description
09
Reduced opening width
80 %
10 … 100 [%]
Change
10
Hold-open time
2 sec.
0 … 10 sec.
Change
11
Hold-open time key switch
5 sec.
0 … 120 sec.
Change
12
OPENING speed
100 %
05 … 100 [%]
Change
13
CLOSING speed
30 %
05 … 100 [%]
Change
43
OEPNING slow speed
10%
05 … 20 [%]
Change
44
CLOSING slow speed
10 %
05 … 20 [%]
Change
45
OPENING speed
100 %
05 … 100 [%]
Change
46
CLOSING speed
30 %
05 … 100 [%]
Change
47
OPENING door power
150 N
10 … 150 N
Change
48
CLOSING door power
150 N
10 … 150 N
Change
49
CLOSING slow speed path
5 cm
0 … 50 cm
Change
50
Acceleration
80 %
10 … 100 [%]
Change
55
Deceleration ramp
120 %
50 … 250 [%]
Change
56
Fan voltage
0
0…1
Change
57
Three-phase
0
0 .. 150 1/10 A
Read
70
OPENING slow speed path
5 cm
0 … 50 cm
Change
73
Frequency radar
0
0…1
OFF / ON
74
Lock type
0
0…9
Change
77
Light barrier 1 [type]
0
0…5
Change
78
Light barrier 2 [type]
0
0…5
Change
81
Direction of motor rotation
0
0…1
Change
82
C90_Gear ratio
0
0 … 255
Change
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Adjustable functions and door parameters
MP
Designation
83
84
Default setting
Setting
Description
C90_Open security sensor ON 0°
0 … 180°
Change
C90_Open security sensor
0 … 180°
Change
90°
14
OFF
85
C90_Close security sensor ON 0°
0 … 180°
Change
86
C90_Close security sensor
0 … 180°
Change
0…1
OFF / ON
50 N
0 … 50 N
Change
90°
OFF
87
C90_+/- 90° Swing door open- 0
ing
88
Contact pressure / adhesive
force
89
Press against door
1
0…1
OFF / ON
90
Starting angle
0
0 .. 50 1/10 °
Change
92
Control power supply TA6-SP 0
0…1
Change
NOTICE
Menu point 82 must be changed from the default setting "0" (zero) t to the
appropriate gear ratio!
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Operator duties
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Operator duties
According to principles for inspecting automatic door systems, in particular according to case
law of safety obligations, automatic door systems must be inspected by a qualified
technician before commissioning and thereafter according to the manufacturer recommendation. It is particularly important for the protection of people, to observe and to comply with
the requirements for public access facilities! The operator is responsible to fulfill the duties
required for the door system.
Task
Maintenance and
To be
Time of
Entry in log
conducted by
implementation
book required
Operator
Weekly or if required
No
Operator
Monthly
No
Technical expert
1 × per year, or
Yes
cleaning
Function and safety
check
Regular maintenance
according to country
specific directives and
regulations
Regular testing
Technical expert
(inspection)
1 × per year, or
Yes
according to country
specific directives and
regulations
Regular testing
Technical expert
2 × per year, or
(inspection) for door
according to country
systems in escape route
specific directives and
Yes
regulations
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Visual and functional inspection
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Visual and functional inspection
16.1
Monthly inspection procedures
The monthly tests and inspections of the individual components that must be conducted by
the operator take little time and in particular, prevent accidents caused by improper handling
of the door. We recommend the following inspection steps, dependent on the features of
the door.
Pos.-
Test / Inspection
Procedure
Results expected
No.:
1
Function test
motion detector
▪ Select AUTOMATIC operating ▪ The door opens.
mode.
▪ When the turnstile comes to a
standstill, enter into the
detection area of the motion
detector.
▪ Perform this test from the
inside and the outside of the
door.
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Function test
emergency stop
switch
▪ Select AUTOMATIC operating ▪ The door stops immediately.
mode.
▪ Step into the detection area of
▪ After resetting the door
continues in its preset mode.
the motion detector, so that
the door opens.
▪ Press the emergency stop
button.
▪ Reset the emergency stop
button.
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Function test
Turn the key-operated switch to
key-operated switch the following operating modes:
1. The door is closed and
locked.
1. LOCKED
2. The door unlocks and opens.
2. AUTOMATIC
3. The door can only be opened
3. ONEWAY
4. CONTINUOUS
in one direction.
4. The door opens and stays
open.
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Visual and functional inspection
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door open button and
▪ Use the door open button or
key switch.
key switch
▪ In the LOCKED mode the
door unlocks and opens.
▪ In the operating modes
AUTOMATIC and ONEWAY
ONEWAY the door opens.
After the hold-open time
expires the door closes again.
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vertical light barriers,
active infrared
sensors or safety
▪ Select AUTOMATIC
▪ The door stops immediately.
or ONEWAY operating mode.
▪ The door opens and closes
again.
strips shearing edge / ▪ Step into the detection area of
pinching edge
the of the light barrier or active
infrared sensor during the
opening or closing process.
▪ Perform this test from the
inside and outside of the door.
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Function test
▪ Get the door to open.
▪ During the opening process,
horizontal sensor
Step into the detection area of
the respective door will stop
strip opening and
each sensor strip.
and will only continue to open
once the sensor is no longer
closing side
enabled.
▪ In the closing process, the
respective door will stop and
open / reverse.
It will continue to close once
the sensor strip is no longer
enabled.
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Visual and functional inspection
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Function test
electromagnetic lock
▪ Select the LOCKED operating
mode.
▪ The door is locked with an
electromagnetic lock.
with bolt contact
Visual inspection of the
▪ Verify that all labels are
instructions and labeling
present and legible.
▪ All labels must be present,
legible and firmly applied.
(buttons / switches)
Visual inspection of the
glass label
Visual inspection of the
floor covering
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▪ Verify that the label is present.
▪ Verify the floor covering for
▪ The glass label must be
firmly attached at eye level.
▪ The floor covering must be
possible tripping hazards,
free from tripping hazards,
unevenness, damages, and
unevenness, damages and
dirt accumulation.
dirt accumulation.
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Cleaning and care
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Cleaning and care
DANGER
Warning: risk of fatal electric shock!
• Risk of death by electrocution
 Do not touch the drive system while the main power is connected.
 Do not spray water into the drive system.
IMPORTANT
Keep the system clean from dirt, leaves, snow and ice!
• If heavily soiled, please contact a professional.
• Do not use road salt or gravel in front of the entrance area or within the
system.
• We recommend that you impregnate the safety strips with water repellent
care products.
IMPORTANT
Any other cleaning products, not mentioned here, should not be used!
What
Interval
Cleaning agent
General parts
Weekly
Damp cloth, neutral to low
alkaline, wetting agent solution /
vinegar diluted with water
Sensors / safety strips
Weekly
Plastic cleaner
Floor mats
Weekly
Vacuum cleaner / carpet cleaner
Display cases
Weekly
Commercial glass cleaner
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Dismantling and disposal
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Dismantling and disposal
IMPORTANT
All machine parts must be sorted by type of material and disposed of according
to local regulations and guidelines.
The automatic door mainly consists of the following materials:
Aluminum:
▪ Linking profiles
▪ Gearbox
▪ Door wing profiles and side profiles
▪ Various profiles and small parts
▪ Drive panel
Steel / iron parts:
▪ Stainless steel casing
▪ Floor panel
▪ Box recess for floor installation
▪ Optional spacer or reinforcement profiles
▪ Gear components, springs
▪ Various small parts like fittings, covers, linking parts, etc.
Glass:
▪ Door wings and side panels
Various electronic and electromechanical components:
▪ Sensors, control and operator components
▪ Lead batteries and nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries
Various plastics:
▪ Rollers
▪ Cable clips, coupling and linking parts
▪ Sealing profiles
▪ Casing of electromechanical components and sensors
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