BK-221 EN - Gate Accessories

BK-221 EN - Gate Accessories
BK
SERIES
AUTOMATION
FOR SLIDING GATES
INSTALLATION MANUAL
BK-221
English
EN
WARNING!
Important instructions for the safety of people:
READ CAREFULLY!
Foreword
• Use of the products must be restricted to its intended use
(i.e. that for which it was expressly built for). Any other use is
to be considered dangerous. Came Cancelli Automatici S.p.A.
is not liable for any damage resulting from improper, wrongful
or unreasonable use • Keep these warnings with the installation and use manuals issued with the automated system.
are working properly • Where necessary and in plain sight,
apply the Warning Sings (e.g. gate plate).
Installation
• Carefully section off the entire site to prevent unauthorised
access, especially by minors and children • Be careful when
handling operators that weigh more than 20 Kg (see installation manual). In such cases, employ proper weight handling
safety equipment • All opening commands (e.g. buttons, key
selectors, magnetic detectors, etc.) must be installed at least
1.85 m from the gate’s area of operation perimeter - or where
they cannot be reached from the outside of the gate. Also,
the direct commands (e.g. push button, or proximity devices,
etc.) must be installed at a height of at least 1.5 m and must
not be accessible to the public • All ‘maintained action’ commands, must be placed where the moving gate leaves, transit
areas and driveways are completely visible • If missing, apply a permanent label that shows the position of the release
mechanism • Before delivering to the client, verify that the
system is EN 12453 (impact test) standard compliant. Make
sure that the operator has been properly adjusted and that the
safety and protection devices, as well as the manual release
Special instructions and
advice for all
• Avoid working near the hinges or moving mechanical parts
• Stay clear of the gate’s area of operation when in motion •
Do not resist the direction of movement of the gate; this may
present a safety hazard • At all times be extremely careful
about dangerous points that must be indicated by proper
pictograms and/or black and yellow stripes • When using
a selector or command in ‘maintained action’ mode, keep
checking that there are no people in the area of operation of
the moving parts. Do this until you release the command •
The gate may move at any time without warning • Always cut
the power when cleaning performing maintenance.
Special instructions and
advice for users
• Keep the gate’s area of operation clean and clear of any
obstacles. Trim any vegetation that may interfere with the
photocells • Do not allow children to play with the fixed comBefore installing
mand devices, or in the gate’s area of operation. Keep any
(preliminary check: in case of a negative
remote control devices (i.e. transmitters) away from the chiloutcome, do not proceed before having
dren as well • Frequently check the system, to see whether
complied with the safety obligations)
any anomalies or signs of wear and tear appear on the moving
• Make sure that the parts you intend to automate are in parts, on the component parts, on the securing points, on the
good working order, and that they are properly balanced cables and any accessible connections. Keep any joints (i.e.
and aligned. Also, make sure that proper mechanical stops hinges) lubricated and clean, and do the same where fricare already in place • If the operator will be installed at a tion may occur (i.e. slide rails) • Perform functional tests on
height of less than 2.5 m from the ground or other access photocells and sensitive edges, every six months. Keep glass
level, check whether you will need any protections and/or panels constantly clean (use a slightly water-moistened cloth;
warnings • Any gate leaves, fitted with pedestrian entrances, do not use solvents or any other chemical products) • If the
onto which you will install an operator, must have a blocking system requires repairs or modifications, release the operator
mechanism when the gate is in motion • Make sure that the and do not use it until safety conditions have been restored
opening of the automated gate is not an entrapment hazard • Cut off the power supply before releasing the operator for
as regards any surrounding fixed parts • Do not mount the manual openings. See instructions • Users are FORBIDDEN
operator upside down or onto any elements that may fold to carry out ANY ACTIONS THAT THEY HAVE NOT BEEN
under its weight. If needed, add suitable reinforcements at EXPRESSLY ASKED TO DO OR SO INDICATED in the manuthe points where it is secured • Do not install onto gates on als. Any repairs, modifications to the settings and extraoreither an upward or downward slope (i.e. that are not on flat, dinary maintenance MUST BE DONE BY THE TECHNICAL
level ground) • Check that any lawn watering devices will not ASSISTANCE STAFF • On the periodic maintenance log, note
wet the gearmotor from the bottom up.
down the checks you have done.
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“IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION”
“CAUTION: IMPROPER INSTALLATION MAY CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE, FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY”
“THIS MANUAL IS ONLY FOR PROFESSIONAL INSTALLERS OR QUALIFIED PERSONS”
1 Legend
This symbol indicates sections concernig safety
This symbol indicates notes to communicate to users.
2 Destination and limits of use
2.1 Destination
The BK-221 gearmotor is designed to automate sliding gates for residential and condominium complexes.
The use of this product for purposes other than the one intended and installation carried out in a manner other than as
instructed in this technical manual are prohibited.
2.2 Limits of use
Maximum gate weight 2200 kg with maximum length of 20 meters.
3 Standard followed
The company CAME cancelli automatici is ISO 9001 quality certified; it has also obtained the ISO 14001 environmental safeguarding
certification. CAME engineers and manufactures all of its products in Italy.
This product complies with the following legislation: see declaration of compliance.
4 Description
4.1 Gearmotor
The BK-221 gearmotor is designed and built by CAME CANCELLI AUTOMATICI S.p.A. and it meets the safety standards in force.
The case consists partly of cast aluminium, inside of which operates the non-reversible electromechanical gearmotor, and partly of
a covering in ABS plastic inside of which is an electronic card and the transformer.
The BK-221 gearmotor may be supplied with complementary accessories such as:
001 R001 - Lock cylinder with DIN keys;
001 BSF - Braking device for gates installed on a sloping surface;
001 B4353 - Chain transmission device;
009 CGZ - Galvanized steel 22 x 22 module 4 rack;
009 CGZS - Galvanized steel 30 x 8 module 4 rack with fastening screws, holes and supports;
009 CCT - Simple 1/2” chain;
009 CGIU - 1/2” chain joint.
Important! Check that the safety equipment and accessories are CAME originals; this is a guarantee that also makes the system
easy to set up and upkeep.
4.2 Technical information
GEARMOTOR
Power supply: 230 V AC 50 / 60 Hz
Motor power supply: 230 V AC 50 / 60 Hz
Max. absorption: 5.1 A
Rated power: 580 W
Reduction ratio: 1/31
Push: 1500 N
Max. speed: 10,5 m/min
Operation intermittence: 50%
Protection level: IP54
Insulation class: I
Engine thermoprotection: 150° C
Weight: 21 kg
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This symbol indicates sections to be read with particular care.
4.3 Parts description
3
Gearmotor
Board cover support
End-stop flaps
ZBK10 basic control board
Electric board front cover
Release door
Base plate
Securing screws
Plates for securing screws
Nuts
5
4
10
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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6
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ACCESSORIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
R001 - Cylinder lock with DIN keys
BSF - Braking device
B4353 - Chain transmission device
CCT - Simple 1/2” chain
CGIU - 1/2” chain joint
CGZ - Galvanized steel 22 x 22 module 4 rack
CGZS - Galvanized steel 30 x 8 module 4 rack with fastening
screws, holes and supports
1
2
4
3
5
7
6
4.4 Overall dimensions
255
Measurements in mm
106
182.5
142.5
105
15
CAME
22 max.
360
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GEARMOTOR UNIT
170
5 Installation
Only expert, qualified personnel must carry out the installation, in full compliance with the applicable law.
Before actually installing the gate operator, your are required to:
• Check that the leaf is rigid and compact and that the rollers are in good working order and properly greased;
• The gate track must be firmly set into the ground, above ground along its entire length and free of any foreign objects (debris)
that may hamper the gate’s movement;
• The top non-pinch rollers must not cause any friction;
• See to installing physical stops at fully-opened and fully-closed positions and the power supply line trench as per the standard
installation;
• Make sure that the spot were the operator is mounted is located in an area that is protects it from any impacts, and that the
mounting surface be solid;
• See to installing a suitable all-pole disconnector switch, with power isolation contacts more than 3mm apart from each other;
• Connections inside of the casing made to provide continuity to the protection circuit are allowed, as long as they have additional
isolation compared to other internal conductive parts;
• Set up suitable tubing and trenching to allow for electrical cables to pass, making sure they are free from any potential mechanical
damage.
5.2 Tools and materials
Make sure you have all the tools and materials handy, to carry out the installation in total safety, according to the laws in-force.
Below is a drawing of the tools you will need to install the operator.
5.3 Cable list and minimun thickness
Connections
Type of cable
120V-230V 2F power supply
230V flashing lamp
Photoelectric cells TX
Photoelectric cells RX
24V power supply accessory
FROR CEI
20-22
CEI EN
50267-2-1
Control button
Antenna connection
RG58
Length of cable
1 < 10 m
Length of cable
10 < 20 m
Length of cable
20 < 30 m
3G x 1,5 mm2
3G x 2,5 mm2
3G x 4 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 1 mm2
2 x 1,5 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 0.5 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
4 x 0,5 mm2
4 x 0,5 mm2
4 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 1 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
2 x 0,5 mm2
max. 50 m
N.B.: An evaluation of the size of the cables with lengths other than the data in the table must be made based on the effective
absorption of the connected devices, according to the instructions indicated by the CEI EN 60204-1 standards.
For connections that require several loads on the same line (sequential), the size given on the table must be re-evaluated based on
actual absorption and distances.
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5.1 Preliminary checks
BK-221 unit
Control board incorporated
Radio receiver
Limit-switch tabs
Rack
11
Key-operated selector switch
Flashing light indicating door movement
Antenna
Safety photocells
Photocell column
Closure stop
4
1 2
3
9
5
4
10
10
12
9
6
7
8
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5.4 Motor to base anchorage
The following applications are only examples, as the space required for unit installation and the accessories vary depending
on dimensions and therefore it is up to the installer to select the best solution.
Install the screws in the anchor plate and fasten them with a nut, then bend the preformed clamps downwards.
Construct a cement foundation that is large enough to accomodate the gear motor (it is a good idea to protrude 50 mm. from the
ground). When pouring the foundation, embed the gear motor anchor plate and the relative clamps in the cement.
The anchor bolts should be embedded in the concrete in the positions indicated; the drive unit is then attached to this bots. The anchor
plate must be perfectly level and absolutly clean; the bolts threads must be completly exposed.
N.B.: The flexible tubes for the electrical wiring must be embedded in the base and protude in the correct position.
Gate wing
Rack-limit
MM
MM
Cables
MM
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6.
7.
8.
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11.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Wall
Fixing plate / Anchor stays
Concrete
base
Afstand tussen tandwiel en tandlat
Module M6 = 1,5 mm speling
Horizontal adjustment
and unit anchorage
5÷10 mm.
Vertical adjustment and
unit leveling
Cable entrances
5.6 Attaching the rack/limit
Attach the rack to the gate as described below:
- Release the gearmotor (parag. 5.8);
- position the rack on the pinion of the gearmotor and slide the gate manually in order to attach the rack along its entire length;
- when the rack is attached to the gate, adjust the feet using a screwdriver until the play between the pinion and the rack is correct
(1÷2 mm.).
N.B.: This position ensures that the weight of the gate does not rest on the gearmotor.
- If the rack is already attached, proceed directly to the adju-stment of the rack/pinion coupling.
- when the necessary adjustment have been completed, fasten the unit in position by tightening the two anchor bolts.
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During the initial phase of installation, the feet should protrude by 5-10 mm. in order to allow for alignment, anchorage of the
rack and further adjustments.
Perfect alignment with the guide rail is made possible by the (paten-ted) built-in regulation system, which consists of:
- slots for horizontal adjustment;
- threaded steel feet for vertical adjustment and levelling;
- plates and bolts for anchorage to the base.
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5.5 Unit installation
5.7 Attaching the switch tabs
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Position the limit-switch tabs (whose positions determine the limits of gate travel) on the rack.
Note: do not allow the gate to strike the mechanical stops in the open or closed positions.
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#!-%
5.8 Manual release of the gearmotor
To open the access door, insert the key A, push down and rotate clockwise. Then release the ratio motor by using key B on the
threelobed pin and turning it in the direction indicated.
To re-lock the reduction gear, turn key B in the direction indicated until it will move no further, without forcing it: the three-sided
pin will settle into place at the first movement.
RELEASE
#!-%
BLOCK
!
#!-%
ATTENTION: the opening of the
unblock panel arrests the motor.
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6 Control board
Use 230V A.C. to power the electronic card using the L-N terminals, at a max 50/60Hz frequency.
Use 24V to power the command devices and accessories. Careful! The accessories cannot exceed 37W of overall power.
All connections are protected by quick-fuses – see table.
The input and output contact functions, the timing settings and users’ management, are set and viewed on the display, which is run by
software.
Warning! Before acting on the machinery, cut off the main power supply and disconnect any emergency batteries.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
FUSE TABLE ZBK10
Power supply 230 V - 50 / 60 Hz
To protect: fuse:
Absorption at rest 110 mA
Control board (line) 8 A-F
Maximum power for 24V accessories 37 W
Accessories 1.6 A-F
Command devices 1 A-F
6.2 Main components
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Display
Card fuse
Accessory fuse
Line fuse
AF card coupling for remote control
RSE card coupling for paired connections
12
L
N
230 V-power signalling LED
Connecting terminal board
Programming buttons
Display lighting adjustment trimmer
Memory roll board connector
Power supply terminals
Antenna terminals
8
L1T L2T CT VS VF
U
V W E EX
26V 17V 0
10 11
13
TS 1 2 3 3P 4 5 7 2 CX CY C7 C8 2 A B + E D FC FA F
6
4
11
7
10
3
2
9
5
1
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6.1 General description
6.3 Electrical connections
Gearmotor, endstop and encoder
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230V (A.C.) motor
with encoder
COM
NC
COM
NC
Opening microswitch
Orange
Red
Black
Red
Orange
White
Closing microswitch
Capacitor
Modifications to the electrical connections for right-hand installations
COM
NC
Red
COM
NC
White
Invert the gearmotor (U-V) and (FA-FC) endstop phases.
Capacitor
Power supply for accessories
Cable lug with bolt and washer for connecting to earth.
Terminals for powering the following accessories:
- 24V A.C. Maximum allowed power: 37W
230V (A.C.) Power, 50/60Hz
frequency
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Description of the standard electrical connections for left-hand installations
Movement flashing light
(Contact range: 230V – 25W max).
- Flashes during the gate’s opening and
closing phases.
Open-gate status light
(contact range: 24V – 3W max)
- Signal that gate is open; turns off when
gate is closed.
or in alternative
Courtesy lamp (Contact output: 230 V - 60 W max.)
- Auxiliary connection for suitably positioned external
lamp to increase lighting of the steering area. It
remain lit for a fixed time of 5 minutes.
or in alternative
Cycle lamp (contact rating: 230V – 60W max.).
- It lights up the driving area and stays on from the
moment the gate begins to open until it is fully closed
(including the automatic closing time). If automatic
closing is not activated, the lamp stays on only during
movement or for a set time of 5 minutes if used as a
courtesy lamp.
Command and control devices
Stop button (N.C. contact) - Gate stop button. Excludes automatic
closing. For motion to resume, press the command button or the
remote control button.
N.B.: if contact is unused, select OFF on the “FUNCTIONS” menu.
Key selector and/or opening button (N.O. contact) Gate opening command.
Key selector and/or partial opening button (N.O.
contact) - Partial gate opening for pedestrian access.
Key selector and/or closing button (N.O. contact) Gate closing command.
Key selector and/or commands button (N.O.
contact) Commands for opening and closing the gate
– pressing the button or turning the key-switch, inverts
the gate’s movement or stops it depending on how it is
set on the 2-7 command in the “FUNCTIONS” menu
Antenna with RG58
cable for the remote
control.
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Warning devices
Safety devices
RX
Configure either (N.C.) contacts CX or CY, input for
safety devices such as photocells, that comply with EN
12978 standards. See CX or CY input functions in:
- C1 «re-open during closing phase», When the gate
leaf is closing, opening the contact triggers the inversion
of the direction of movement until the gate leaf is fully
open.
- C2 «re-close during opening phase», When gate is
opening, if the contact is opened it triggers an inversion
of the direction until gate is fully closed;
- C3 «partial stop», gate stops if moving and
automatically shuts (if this functions has been selected);
- C4 «stand-by Obstacle», Halts the moving gate leaves
causing them to start moving again once obstacle is
removed.
- Deactivated, if the contact is unused.
RX
Configure either (N.C.) contacts C7 or C8, input
for EN 12978 compliant safety devices such as
sensitive edges. See C7 or C8 input functions in:
- C7 «re-open during closing phase», - During
gate closing, opening the contact causes inversion
of movement until gate is fully open;
- C8 «re-close during opening phase», - During
gate opening, opening the contact causes inversion
of movement until gate is fully close;
OFF, is the contact is unused
TX
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DIR photocells
DOC photocells
TX
./ # .#
DF with DFI connections monitor card
# ./ .#
6 6 6
# ./ .#
# ./ .#
6.4 Electrical connection to operate the photocells’ safety test
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./
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48 # .#
48
48
At each open/close command, the card check the photocells’ efficiency.
Any problems with the photocells will cause the (PROG) Led to flash on the
electronic card, which cancels any commands from the radio transmitter or
push-button.
Electrical connection to operate the photocells’ safety test:
- The transmitter and receiver, must be connected as shown in the diagram;
- from the functions menu, select “safety tests” and select either CX or CY input/s to activate the test.
6.5 Motor torque limiter
SPUNTO
4
3
2
24
1
17 FRENO
To vary the motor torque, move the shown
faston (the one with the black wire) to one of the
4 positions: 1 min – 4 max.
0
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L
N
L1T L2T CT VS VF
U
V W E EX
26V 17V 0
10 11
TS
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7 Programming
7.1 Description of display commands
The ESC key is for:
- exiting the menu
- cancelling modifications
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The ENTER key is for:
- entering the menu
- confirming and memorising set values
the <...> symbols on the display are for:
- pointing out the currently, selected item
Þ
ß
LANGUAGE
7.2 Browsing the menu
To enter the menu, keep the
ENTER key pressed for at least one
second.
To select a menu item,
mode using the greater
than-lesser than keys...
Þ
LANGUAGE
English
Þ
LANGUAGE
ß
English
FUNCTIONS
Þ
Þ
...then press ENTER
ß
English
TIMING ADJ.
Þ
also use the greater
than-lesser than keys
for the “sub-menus”...
ß
A.C.T.
Þ
90s
Cycle Time
ß
ß
ß
90s
Cycle Time
Þ
90s
ß
If the <> are on the TIME
function, you may modify the
value.
To increase or reduce
values, use the greater thanlesser than keys...
...then press ENTER to confirm...
Cycle Time
Þ
100s
ß
N.B.: when the menu is active, the system cannot be used.
...to exit the menu, wait 30
seconds, or press ESC, until start
screen is displayed.
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The <> keys are for:
- shifting from one menu item to another
- increase or decrease values
7.3 Menu structure
< LANGUAGE >
<English>
ENTER
<Deutsch>
>
<Espanol>
>
>
ENTER
<TIMING ADJ.>
ENTER
<
>
A.C.T.
< 10s >
ENTER
>
<Gate run Adj >
>
See detailed
description on
chap. 7.14
ENTER
< 11s >
>
<
Cycle Time
>
< 90s >
ENTER
>
>
>
<
< 91s >
Slowdown
>
< 10% >
ENTER
>
>
<Preflashing T.>
< 5s >
ENTER
>
>
>
< 11% >
>
>
< 6s >
<Gate run sens.>
ENTER
<
-oooo+
•
>
>
< 5s >
ENTER
>
<Partial A.C.T.>
-oooo+
• >
<
>
>
>
< 6s >
>
<Slowdown sens.>
ENTER
<-oooooooo+
>
•
>
>
< RADIO USRS >
ENTER
<
>
New User
<2-7 Func>
ENTER
>
<-oooooooo+
>
•
>
>
< Partial op. >
< 10% >
ENTER
>
>
<Partial>
>
< 11% >
>
n.001 In use
ENTER
< Modify User >
>
<Only Open>
>
< Encoder >
<
ENTER
ON
>
>
>
>
< Remove Usr. >
>
n.002 Empty
>
OFF
>
n.001 In use
ENTER
< NET address >
>
ENTER
< Disabled >
>
>
n.002 Empty
>
>
>
>
< Backup data >
<
>
Writing
ENTER
< Master >
< Slave >
ooooooo
•••
>
>
<Restore backup>
< Startup Msg >
Reading
ENTER
ooooooo
•••
>
>
<Delete all Usr>
ENTER
>
<ADJUSTMENTS>
Do you conf.?
<
No
>
>
>
Do you conf.?
<
Yes
>
ENTER
>
< INFO >
>
ENTER
< FW Version >
ver. 1.0
<Manoeuvres No.>
>
16480
>
ENTER
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>
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< FUNCTIONS >
<Italiano>
>
>
<Francais>
>
< Autom.Clos. >
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
2-7 Command
>
<Open Close>
ENTER
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<
Preflash
<Op.-Stop-Cl.>
>
>
>
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
<Maintained Act>
>
ENGLISH
<
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
<Maint. Act. Cl.>
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
<
CX Input
>
<
ENTER
< C4 >
>
>
< CY Input >
Disabled
<
ENTER
>
>
>
< C2 >
< C1 >
>
< C3 >
>
< C1 >
>
< C3 >
>
Disabled
< C4 >
>
>
>
>
< C2 >
>
<
C7 Input
>
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
<
C8 Input
>
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
<
STOP (1)
>
< ON >
ENTER
>
< OFF >
>
>
< Safety test >
<
ENTER
Disable
>
<Enabled on CX>
>
>
>
<Enabled CX+CY>
>
<Enabled on CY>
>
< Lamp Output >
ENTER
Cycle
< ON >
ENTER
>
>
>
<
>
>
< Obst. Detect >
< Fl. light >
>
< OFF >
< Courtesy >
>
>
7.4 Main menu
LANGUAGE
English
FUNCTIONS
TIMING ADJ.
INFO
ADJUSTMENTS
RADIO USRS
7.5 Language menu
Select language: selects among the languages displayed.
< LANGUAGE >
English
LANGUAGE
< English >
LANGUAGE
< Deutsch >
LANGUAGE
< Francais >
FUNCTIONS
TIMING
IMING ADJ.
ADJ
LANGUAGE
< Italiano >
RADIO
ADIO USRS
LANGUAGE
< Espanol >
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMENT
INFO
7.6 Functions menu
Automatic Closing: activates or deactivates the automatic closing function.
The automatic closing timer activates at each opening endpoint. The predetermined time may be adjusted, and is in any case
dependent on any safety devices that may activate; and it does not activate after a total safety “stop” or during a power outage.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
<
FUNCTIONS
TIMING
IMING ADJ.
ADJ
Autom.Clos.
ON
>
Autom.Clos.
< ON >
X2
Autom.Clos.
< OFF >
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
2-7 Command: sets the sequential command.
“Open-close” or “open-stop-close-stop” function with button [2-7] and radio transmitter (when radio-frequency card is inserted)
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
< 2-7 Command >
Op.-Stop-Cl.
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
2-7 Command
< Op.-Stop-Cl. >
X2
2-7 Command
< Open Close >
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ENGLISH
Press ENTER for
1 second
Pre-flashing: after an opening or closing command, the flashing light, connected to E-EX, starts flashing before the gate begins its run
(to set the time, see “Pre-flashing timing” from the Adjust Timings menu
< LANGUA
LANGUAGE >
English
h
X2
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TIMING AD
ADJ.
Preflash
OFF
>
<
Preflash
OFF
>
X2
RADIO USR
USRS
Preflash
ON
>
<
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
Maintained action: The gate works by keeping the button pressed (button 2-3 for opening, button 2-4 for closing, or if set to the “On Closing”
function, only with button 2-4.
< LANGUAGE >
English
X3
<Maintained Act>
OFF
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
Maintained Act
<
OFF
>
X2
Maintained Act
<
ON
>
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
Closing maintained action: the gate closes by keeping the button pressed (only for the 2-4 closing button).
< LANGUAG
LANGUAGE >
X4
English
h
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
Maint.Act. Cl.
<
OFF
>
< Maint.Act. Cl. >
OFF
X2
Maint.Act. Cl.
<
ON
>
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
CX input: N.C. safety contact input, lets you pair up the following functions: C1 (re-opening during closing), C2 (re-closing during opening), C3
(partial stop), C4 (obstacle stall), or, deactivated
< LANGUAGE
ANGUA
>
X5
English
h
<
FUNCTIONS
CX Input
Disabled
>
<
CX Input
Disabled
>
<
CX Input
C1
>
<
CX Input
C2
>
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
<
CX Input
C4
>
X2
<
CX Input
C3
>
ENGLISH
<
FUNCTIONS
CY input: N.C. safety contact input, lets you pair up the following functions: C1 (re-opening during closing), C2 (re-closing during opening), C3
(partial stop), C4 (obstacle stall), or, deactivated
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X6
<
CY Input >
Disabled
CY Input
Disabled
<
>
<
CY Input
C1
>
<
CY Input
C2
>
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
<
INFO
CY Input
C4
>
X2
<
CY Input
C3
>
C7 input: N.C. safety contact input (re-opening when closing). This input is for EN 12978-compliant safety devices, like sensitive edges. When
the gate is closing, the open contact triggers an inversion in the gate’s movement until it is fully opened.
< LANGUAGE
ANGUA
>
English
h
X7
<
C7 Input
OFF
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
C7 Input
OFF
>
>
<
X2
RADIO USR
USRS
<
C7 Input
ON
>
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
C8 input: N.C. safety contact input (re-closing during opening). This input is for EN 12978-compliant safety devices, like sensitive edges. When
the gate is opening, the open contact triggers an inversion in the gate’s movement until it is fully closed.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X8
<
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
C8 Input
OFF
>
<
C8 Input
OFF
>
X2
RADIO USR
USRS
<
C8 Input
ON
>
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
STOP (1): this function stops the gate and consequently excludes any automatic closing cycle; for movement to resume, you need to use
the keypad or transmitter. Insert safety device on [1-2]; is unused, select “OFF” and confirm with ENTER.
< LANGUAGE >
X9
English
< STOP (1) >
OFF
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
<
STOP (1)
ON
>
X2
<
STOP (1)
OFF
>
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ENGLISH
FUNCTIONS
Safety test: Allows the card to check the efficiency of any safety devices (i.e. photocells) after every opening or closing command.
English
h
X10
<
FUNCTIONS
Safety Test
Disable
>
<
Safety Test
Disable
>
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TIMING AD
ADJ.
Safety Test
<Enabled on CX>
RADIO USR
USRS
Safety Test
< En.on CX + CY >
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
X2
INFO
Safety Test
<Enabled on CY>
Lamp output: to configure the lamp connected to E-Ex:
- cycle: outdoor lamp, which can be positioned at leisure, for better illumination in the parking/driveway area.
It stays on from the moment the gate leaf begins to open, until it is fully closed (including automatic closing time).
In case the automatic closing function is not inserted, it stays on only during gate movement.
- courtesy: outdoor lamp, which can be positioned at leisure, for better illumination in the parking/driveway area.
It stays on for a set time of 5 minutes.
- flashing light: signals the gate opening or closing movement.
< LANGUAGE
ANGUA
>
X 11
English
h
< Lamp Output >
Courtesy
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
Lamp Output
Courtesy
>
Lamp Output
<
Cycle
>
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
<
X2
Lamp Output
< Fl. light >
INFO
Obstacle detected - When motor is stopped (gate closed or after a total stop command) it prevents any movement if safety devices,
such as photocells, detect any obstacles.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X 12
< Obst. Detect >
OFF
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
Obst. Detect
<
OFF
>
X2
Obst. Detect
<
ON
>
ENGLISH
< LANGUAGE
ANGUA
>
7.7 Time setting menu
Automatic closing: to set the waiting time when gate is in the open position.
Once this time is elapsed, the gate closes automatically. The waiting time can be set to between 0” and 120”.
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
<
TIMING ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
A.C.T
10 s
>
<
A.C.T.
10 s
>
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
<
A.C.T.
11 s
>
INFO
Working time: the motor’s working time during opening or closing; from 10” to 120”.
< LANGUAGE >
English
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
<
TIMING ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
Cycle Time
90 s
>
<
Cycle Time
90 s
>
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
<
Cycle Time
91 s
>
INFO
Pre-flashing time: after an opening or closing command is given, the flasher connected to “E-EX), flashes for between 1” and 10”,
before the gate begins to move.
< LANGUAGE >
English
X2
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
< Preflashing T. >
5 s
TIMING ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
<
Preflashing T.
5 s
>
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
<
Preflashing T.
6 s
>
INFO
Automatic partial closing: gate leaf’s waiting time, after a partial opening command is given. The waiting time can be set to between
0” and 120”.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X3
FUNCTIONS
< Partial A.C.T.
5 s
TIMING ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
>
<
Partial A.C.T.
5 s
>
X2
<
Partial A.C.T.
6 s
>
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< LANGUAGE >
English
h
7.8 Users Radio Menu
New user: to create a new user and assigned function (see detailed function on chap. 7.12).
The user will be assigned a number (max. 250 users) with a function.
<
English
h
New User
Related Func.
< 2-7 Function >
>
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FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USRS
R
S
<
Related Func.
Only Open
>
X2
Related Func.
<
Partial
>
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
Modify User: to modify a user’s assigned function (see detailed function on chap. 7.13)
< LANGUAGE
ANGU
>
< Modify User >
English
h
<
Modify User
n.001 In use
>
FUNCTIONS
N
Modify User
< n.002 In use >
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USRS
R
RS
X2
Modify User
< n.250 Empty >
ADJUSTMEN
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
Remove user: to remove an exisiting user. Confirm the use you wish to remove with the ENTER key.
< LANGUAGE >
English
sh
X2
Remove Usr.
< Remove Usr. >
< n.001 In use >
FUNCTIONS
N
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USRS
R
S
Remove Usr.
< n.002 In use >
X2
Remove Usr.
< n.250 Empty >
ADJUSTMEN
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
Save memory: to save the users in the memory roll. Confirm saving of users on the memory roll with ENTER.
< LANGUAGE >
English
sh
FUNCTIONS
N
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USRS
R
S
ADJUSTMEN
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
X3
<
Backup data
>
Writing
oooooooo
•••
ENGLISH
< LANGUAGE >
Load memory: to load the data saved on the memory roll onto card
X4
< LANGUAGE
ANGUA
>
English
h
Reading
ooooooo
•••
< Restore backup >
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
RADIO USRS
R
S
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
Cancel all: to cancel all registered users. Confirm cancellation of all users with ENTER.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X5
TIMING
IMING ADJ.
ADJ
Do you confirm?
<
No
>
< Delete all Usr >
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
X2
Do you confirm?
<
Yes
>
RADIO USRS
R
RS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
Deletion
ooooooo
•••
INFO
7.9 Calibration Menu
Gate-run calibration: to calibrate the opening and closing gate-run.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
<
TIMING AD
ADJ.
Gate run Adj
See detailed description
on chap. 7.14
>
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
Deceleration: to adjust the deceleration’s starting point before the endstop, both when opening and closing.
The deceleration is calculated in percentage terms (from 0% to 40%).
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
<
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
Slowdown
10%
>
<
Slowdown
10%
>
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
X2
<
Slowdown
11%
>
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TIMING AD
ADJ.
Gate-run sensitivity: to calibrate the amperometric sensitivity that controls the force generated by the motor during movement; if the
force exceeds the calibrated level, the system intervenes by reversing the direction of movement.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X2
< Gate run sens. >
-oooo+
•
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
Gate run sens.
-oooo+
<
>
•
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RADIO USR
USRS
X2
Gate run sens.
-oooo+
<
>
•
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
Deceleration sensitivity: to calibrate the amperometric sensitivity that control the force generated by the motor during decelerations;
if the force exceeds the calibrated level, the system intervenes by reversing the direction of movement
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
X3
<Slowdown sens.>
-oooooooo+
•
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
<
Slowdown sens.
-oooooooo+
>
•
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
<
Slowdown sens.
-oooooooo+
>
•
INFO
Partial opening: to calibrate the percentage of the gate’s opening width (from 10% to 80%) for the entire gate-run.
< LANGUAGE
ANGUA
>
English
h
X4
<
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
Partial op.
30%
>
<
Partial op.
30%
>
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
<
Partial op.
31%
>
INFO
ENCODER: with Encoder switch OFF, the board works only with the electrical endstops.
< LANGUAGE >
English
X5
< Encoder>
ON
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
<
Encoder
ON
>
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
<
Encoder
OFF
>
ENGLISH
TIMING AD
ADJ.
Web address: to define the master card or slave in paired connections (see detailed function on chap. 7.15).
< LANGUAGE >
English
X7
< NET address >
Disabled
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
NET address
< Disabled >
<
RADIO USR
USRS
NET address
Master
>
X2
ADJUSTMENTS
<
NET address
Slave
>
INFO
Initial message: shows the starting message. Confirm with ENTER to modify the text.
Use the ENTER key to shift the cursor forwards, ESC to shift it backwards and < > to select the letter or number.
Confirm the text by pressing ENTER for a few seconds.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
X8
< Startup Msg >
-
WWW.CAME.IT
ZBK10
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
Saved
ADJUSTMENTS
INFO
7.10 Info Menu
Fw Version: shows software version.
Number of Gate-runs: shows the number of gate-runs performed by the gate.
< LANGUAGE >
English
h
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS
TIMING AD
ADJ.
RADIO USR
USRS
ADJUSTMENTS
DJUSTMEN
INFO
< FW Version >
ver. 1.0
<Manoeuvres No.>
16480
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ENGLISH
TIMING AD
ADJ.
7.11 Decoding card
Insert the AF radio card which command the operator and insert, modify or remove any users using the transmitter.
Insert the memory roll to save and upload the registered users onto another card.
TOP
26V 17V 0
10 11
TS 1 2 3 3P 4 5 7 2 CX CY C7 C8 2 A B + E D FC FA F
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AF Card
CAME
TOUCH
CAME
CAME
CAME
TAM
TFM
CAME
CAME
CAME
CAME
CAME
CAME
CAME
CAME
CAME
See instructions on
packaging
TWIN
ATOMO
Memory roll
E
CAM
E
CAM
E
CAM
See instruction sheet in AF43SR radiofrequency
card box
7.12 Inputting users
1) From the Radio Users menu, select “
New User”.
Press ENTER to confirm.
Þ
New User
2) Choose the function you wish to
assign to the user. Press ENTER to
confirm ...
ß
Related Func.
Þ
2-7 Function
ß
Related Func.
Þ
3) ...you will be prompted to input a code.
Send the code using the transmitter button...
ß
4) ...once the code is inputted, the read out
will say “Saved”...
n.001 Wait code
Þ .......
Only Open
Saved
ß
...or “existing” (if the code has already been
inputted).
n.001 Existing
5) ...then you will be asked whether you wish to input
a new code or not.
By selecting and confirming “No”, the user input
procedure will be terminated.
6) ......by selecting and confirming “Yes”, you will
begin again from point 2.
Another usr.?
Þ
Another usr.?
ß
No
Þ
New User
Þ
ß
Yes
ß
Related Func.
Þ
Only Open
ß
ENGLISH
E EX
7.13 Modifying user (modifying the function)
Þ
2) Select the user number or name for
which you wish to modify the assigned
function and press ENTER to confirm.
ß
Modify User
Modify User
Þ
n.001 In use
ß
Modify User
Þ
n.002 In use
ß
4) ...once you have selected the function
to assign, you will get the “Modify User”
readout...
3) Select the assigned function.
n.002 Existing
Þ
2-7 Function
ß
Þ
n.002 Existing
Þ
Only Open
Modify User
ß
ß
7.14 Gate-run calibration
1) From the Calibration menu, select
“Gate-run Adj.”. Press ENTER to confirm.
Þ
Gate run Adj.
3) The gate will open to its full extent ...
Þ Please wait.... ß
ß
2) ...The display will show “Press a key”.
Confirm by pressing any key launch
calibration of the gate.
Þ
Press a key
... and then close to its full extent.
Þ Please wait.... ß
ß
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1) From the Users Radio menu, select
“Modify User”. Press ENTER to confirm.
The “NET address” function is set when connecting two paired operators.
Connect the two cards using the (2-A-B) terminals and insert the RSE cards into both.
On the “MASTER” card you have selected, make all of the required electrical connections and set the functions and adjustments (see
specific paragraphs).
If the system is fitted with sensitive edges on both gate leaves, carry out the electrical connections on (C7/C8) also for the “SLAVE”
card.
In the event that the “Maintained action” function is activated, set it to (ON) on both of the cards and deactivate (OFF) the “Automatic
Closing” function on both.
If you wish to activate the “Automatic Closing” function, select is on both of the cards.
3P 4 5 7 2 CX CY C7 C8 2 A B + E D FC FA
3P 4 5 7 2 CX CY C7 C8 2 A B + E D FC FA
RSE card
RSE card
1) On the Master card.
From the Calibration Menu, select “NET
address” and press ENTER.
Þ
NET address
2) Select “Master” and press ENTER to
confirm the calibration.
NET address
ß
Þ
Disabled
Disabled
ß
NET address
Þ
3) Select “Slave” for another card.
NET address
Þ
Disabled
ß
NET address
Þ
Slave
ß
Master
ß
ENGLISH
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7.15 Net address
8 Safety instructions
Important safety instructions
Do not allow children to play or loiter within the opening/closing arc of the operator. Keep remote controls and any other command
device out the reach of children, to prevent operator from being activated by accident.
In the event of anomalous behaviour, stop using the operator immediately.
Danger of crushing hands
Danger! High voltage
Danger of crushing feet
No transit during operation
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This product must only be employed for its originally intended use. Any other use is wrong and potentially dangerous. The
manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damages resulting from wrongful, erroneous or negligent uses.
Avoid working close to the hinges or other moving mechanical parts. Stay out of the opening/closing arc when operator is in motion.
Do not exercise force against the motion of the operator as this could result in potentially dangerous situations.
9 Maintenance
Periodic maintenance to be carried out by the end-user is as follows: wipe clean the glass surface of the photocells; check
that the safety devices work properly; remove any obstructions.
We suggest checking the state of lubrication and tightness of the anchoring screws on the operator.
-To check the efficiency of the safety devices, move an object in front of the photocells when gate is closing. If the operator inverts the
motion or stops, the photocells are working properly.
This is the only maintenance procedure to be carried out with the power source connected.
-Before performing any maintenance procedures, cut off the main power, to prevent possible accidents due to gate movement.
-To clean the photocells use a water dampened cloth. Do not use solvents or other chemical products which may ruin the devices.
-In the event of any strange vibrations or squeaking, lubricate the joints with grease, as shown in the diagram.
-Make sure there are no plants within the photocell’s beam, and that the gate motion is free of any obstacles.
9.2 Trouble shooting
MALFUNCTIONS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CHECK AND REMEDIES
The gate will not
open nor close
• There is no power
• The gearmotor is in release mode and the release door is open
• The transmitter’s batteries are run down
• The transmitter is broken
• The stop button is either stuck or broken
• The opening/closing button or the key selector are stuck
• Fhotocells in partial stop mode
• Check that the power is up
• Lock the gearmotor (chap. 5.8)
• Replace batteries
• Call assistance
• Call assistance
• Call assistance
• Call assistance
The gate opens but • The photocells are engaged
will not close
• Sensitive edge triggered
• Check that photocells are clean and
in good working order
• Call assistance
The gate closes
but will not open
• Sensitive edge triggered
• Call assistance
The flasher does
not work
• The bulb is burnt
• Call assistance
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9.1 Periodic maintenance
Periodic maintenance log for end-user (every 6 moths)
Signature
9.3 Extra-ordinary maintenance
The following table serves to note down any extraordinary maintenance, repairs or improvements performed by specialised firms.
N.B.: Any extraordinary maintenance must be performed by specialised technicians.
Extra-ordinary maintenance log
Installer’s stamp
Operator name
Date of job
Technician’s signature
Requester’s signature
Job performed ________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Installer’s stamp
Operator name
Date of job
Technician’s signature
Requester’s signature
Job performed ________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Installer’s stamp
Operator name
Date of job
Technician’s signature
Requester’s signature
Job performed ________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Notes
ENGLISH
Date
Installer’s stamp
Operator name
Date of job
Technician’s signature
Requester’s signature
Installer’s stamp
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Job performed ________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Operator name
Date of job
Technician’s signature
Requester’s signature
Job performed ________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
10 Phasing out and disposal
CAME CANCELLI AUTOMATICI S.p.A. employs a UNI EN ISO 14001 certified and compliant environmental protection system at
its plants, to ensure that environmental safeguarding.
We ask you to keep protecting the environment, as CAME deems it to be one of the fundamental points of its market operations
strategies, by simply following these brief guidelines when disposing:
DISPOSING THE PACKING MATERIALS
The packing components (cardboard, plastic, etc.) are solid urban waste and may be disposed of without any particular difficulty, by
simply separating them so that they can be recycled.
Before actions it is always advisable to check the pertinent legislation where installation will take place.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF IN NATURE!
DISPOSING OF THE PRODUCT
Our products are made using different types of materials. The majority of them (aluminium, plastic, iron, electric cables) can be
considered to be solid urban waste. They may be recycled at authorised firms.
Other components (electrical circuit board, remote control batteries etc.) may contain hazardous waste.
They must, thus, be removed and turned in to licensed firms for their disposal.
Before acting always check the local laws on the matter.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF IN NATURE!
11 Conformity declaration
MANUFACTURER’S DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Pursuant annex II B of the Machinery Directive 98/37/EC
CAME Cancelli Automatici S.p.A.
via Martiri della Libertà, 15
31030 Dosson di Casier - Treviso - ITALY
tel (+39) 0422 4940 - fax (+39) 0422 4941
internet: www.came.it - e-mail: [email protected]
IMPORTANT WARNING!
Do not use the equipment specifi ed here above,
before completing the full installation
In full compliance with the Machinery Directive 98/37/EC
Declares under its own responsibility that the equipments for automatic garage doors and gates listed below:
BK-221
… comply with the National Law related to the following European Directives and to the applicable parts of the
following Standards.
98/37/CE - 98/79/CE
2004/108/CE
2006/95/CE
89/106/CEE
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE
EN 13241-1
EN 12453
EN 12445
EN 12635
EN 12978
EN 60335-1
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-3
EN 60204-1
Reference code to request a true copy of the original: DDF B EN B001c
MANAGING DIRECTOR
Mr. Andrea Menuzzo
www.came.com
www.came.it
The data and information reported in this installation manual are susceptible to change at any time and without obligation on CAME cancelli automatici s.p.a. to notify users.
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01_2011
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Unit 3 Orchard Business Park
Town Street, Sandiacre
Nottingham - Ng10 5bp
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(+44) 115 9210431
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Zoning Ouest 7
7860 Lessines
(+32) 68 333014
(+32) 68 338019
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11345 NW 122nd St.
Medley, FL 33178
Medley
(+1) 305 433 3307
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BELGIUM
U.S.A
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Office No: S10122a2o210
P.O. Box 262853
Jebel Ali Free Zone - Dubai
(+971) 4 8860046
(+971) 4 8860048
CAME Rus
Umc Rus Llc
Ul. Otradnaya D. 2b, Str. 2, office 219
127273, Moscow
(+7) 495 739 00 69
(+7) 495 739 00 69 (ext. 226)
CAME Portugal
Ucj Portugal Unipessoal Lda
Rua Liebig, nº 23
2830-141 Barreiro
(+351) 21 207 39 67
(+351) 21 207 39 65
CAME India
Automation Solutions Pvt. Ltd
A - 10, Green Park
110016 - New Delhi
(+91) 11 64640255/256
(+91) 2678 3510
ASIA
CAME Asia Pacific
60 Alexandra Terrace #09-09
Block C, The ComTech
118 502 Singapore
(+65) 6275 8426
(+65) 6275 5451
CAME Gmbh
GERMANY
Kornwestheimer Str. 37
70825 Korntal Munchingen Bei Stuttgart
(+49) 71 5037830
(+49) 71 50378383
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Via Martiri Della Libertà, 15
31030 Dosson Di Casier (Tv)
(+39) 0422 4940
(+39) 0422 4941
Informazioni Commerciali 800 848095
ITALY
ITALY
CAME Sud s.r.l.
Via F. Imparato, 198
Centro Mercato 2, Lotto A/7
80146 Napoli
(+39) 081 7524455
(+39) 081 7529190
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Via Della Pace, 28
31030 Dosson Di Casier (Tv)
(+39) 0422 383532
(+39) 0422 490044
Assistenza Tecnica 800 295830
ITALY
ITALY
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Via E. Fermi, 31
20060 Gessate (Mi)
(+39) 02 95380366
(+39) 02 95380224
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