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GONTENTS
GENERAL PRESENTATION
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Product components
Area of application
POINTS TO CHECK PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
I Preliminary checks
Safety instructions
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INSTALLATION
lnstallation height
Detailed description of installation steps
PROGRAMMING
Programming button description
End limit setting and self-learning
Memorising remote controls for full opening cycle
OPERATING TEST
Using the remote controls
0bstacle detection function
Built in lighting operation
CONNECTING PERIPHERALS
Description of the various peripherals
Electrical connections for the various peripherals
SETUP AND OPERATING OPTIONS
General seiup diagram
Meanings of the various parameters
Memorising the remote control for partial opening cycle
Memorising the remole control for controlling lighting
Memorising a Telis or similar ÿpe remote control
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SPECIAL OPERATION
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CLEARING REMOTE CONTROLS AND ALL SETTINGS
Clearing remote controls
Resetting all settings
LOCKING PROGRAMMING
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REFITTING COVERS
TECHN ICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
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This product complies with the "safeÿ, specific rules for powering vertically opening garage doors in residential use" requirements (standard EN 60335-2.95).
When installed in line with these instructions and in compliance with the "lnstallation Checklist", the product will be compliant with standards EN
13241-1 and EN 12453.
The instructions referred to in the installation manual and instructions for use of this product are designed to prevent damage to property and personal
injury along with compliance with the above standards. Failure to comply with these instructions absolves Somfy from any liability resulting from
damage that may be caused.
Dexo Optimo RTS is a product that must be installed inside the garage with an integrated back-up control system.
Somfy hereby declares thatthe device is compliant with the essential demands and other relevant requirements of directive 1999/5/CE. Adeclaration
of compliance is available from the web site at www.somfy.comice (Dexxo Optimo RTS).
This product is suitable for use in the European Unlon and in Switzerland.
SAFETY.INSTRUCTIONS
Caution
These are important safety instructions. Always follow the instructions, inconect installation may lead to serious injury,
Safety instructions
Before installing the motor drive unit, remove all unessential lines or chains and switch off all equipment that is not essential for motorised door operation.
Before installing the motor drive unit, make sure that the door is in good mechanical condition, that it is properly balanced and that it opens and closes
conectly.
Locate all control systems at least 1.5 metres above floor level, making sure that they are visible from the entrance to the garage but safe from moving parts.
Position the manual release cord no more than 1.8 metres above floor level.
Where a removable release mechanism is used, we recommend storing it close to the door.
Fix the label describing the manual release procedure close to the release mechanism.
Fix the warning labels describing the hazards of door motion close to any fixed control mechanisms installed and make sure that the labels are clearly
visible to the user.
After installation, make sure that the mechanism is correctly adjusted and that the motor drive unit reverses its motion when the door encounters an
obstacle that is at least 50 mm from floor level.
After installation, make sure that no part of the door overhangs an area accessible to the public.
After installation, make sure that the motor drive unit inhibits or stops the door opening motion when the door is loaded down with a 20 kg weight
attached to a central position ofthe door's bottom edge.
PRODUGï:DESGRIPTION
Area of applicatiop ,. Fig.211,,
Types of doors (fig.2)
A: Projecting up and over door.
B: Sectional door:
- ifthe doo/s upper profile is a specific one, use the "sectional door mounting bracket" ref.: 9009390.
C: Sideways opening sliding door:
- for side wall mounting, use:
- a belt transmission rail
- an "adjustable cranked arm" ref.: 9014481.
- for ceiling mounting, use:
- an "articulaled arm" ref.: 9014482.
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Door dimensions (Fig. 2)
For maximum door heights, the molor travel can be optimised:
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By installing the motor head at a g0. angle (Fig. 6.
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By fixing lhe ljntel bracket lo the ceiling, behind the lintel itself by up to 200
mm (Fig. 4.
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By cutting the link arm to size.
POINTS TO CHEGK PRIOR Ï'O |NSffiULAIÔI.I
Preliminary checks
check the garage door can be operated manually and runs smoothly. Ensure the
door is in good mechanical condition (pulleys, mounts...) and is
conectly balanced (spring tension).
Remember that any work pertormed
on door springs may be dangerous.
Thestruct.ireofyourgarage(walls,lintel,insidesurfaces,crossmembers,doorrails.'.)areusedtomounttheo.,*ooffi
them where neæssary.
Never solasn v,'ater onto the system. Never install Dexxo Optimo RTS in a location
where water may cause damage.
The bottom edge of the door should be fitted with a rubber strip to avoid hard
contact and enhance the contact surface.
lf the garage door is the only entry point into the garage, fit an external release (external
release keylock (ref. g012961) or an external release
(ref. 9012962) and include a back-up battery (ref. 9001001).
If the garage coor includes a separate pedestrian door, the door
must be fitted with an interlock to prevent garage door movement when the pedestrian
door rs ooen (pedestrian door safety kit ref. 2400657).
lf the garage door opens on to a public road, install an indicator light,
such as a flashing amber light (ref. 9015171).
lf the garage door operates in automatic mode, install a photoelectric cell type safety
system (ref. g014gg4) and a flashing amber light type
indicator.
Make sure that the door does not comprise any accessible parts.
Unlocking the door may trigger uncontrolled door movement if the door is not
balanced correctÿ
Safeÿ instructions
safeÿ instructions must
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be complied with throughout the installation process:
Take off any personal jewellery (bracelet, chain or others) during installation
work.
During dniiing and welding work, arways wear safety grasses and
suitabre protection.
. Always use
suilable tools.
. ïake care when
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handling the motor drive system.
Never connect the mains power supply or the battery back-up system
before completing the installation process.
Never use high pressure water systems forcleaning purposes.
INSTALLATION
lnstallation height',Fiüi,sri,,,,.
Measure the distance "D" between the door's highest point and
the ceiring.
lf "D" is between 35 and 200 mm, mount the complete system
straight onto the ceiling.
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lf "D" exceeds 200 mm, mount the complele assembly so that the
height
falls between 10 and 200 mm
Detailed description of installation steps liFigr 4,iôr,i4
Mounting the lintel bracket and the door bracket (Fig. 4)
when installing the iystem directly onto the ceiling (flush with the ceiling),
the lintel bracket can be mounted on the ceiling,
the linlel by up to 200 mm max. (Fig.4. (D).
Assembling the two part rail (Fig. 5)
t1l I2l t3l. Unfold the two parts of the rait.
Ensure that the chain or belt
is not twisted.
[4]. Assemble the two parts of the rail using the sleeve.
[5]. Mount the complete assembly using the eight mounting screws.
[6]. Tighten the nut to tension the chain or belt. The compressed rubber must measure 1g and 20 mm.
The mounting screws must not penetrate the rail (do not drill).
when installing the system direcfly onto the ceiling, do not use the sleeve mounting
screws.
if necessary recessed from
Fitting the rail onto the motor head (Fig. 6)
Fitting the complete assembly onto the garage ceiling (Fig' 7 à 9)
Fitting to the lintel bracket (Fig' 7)
Ceiling mounting
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(Fig. 8).
Flush with the ceiling: mount the system directly onto the ceiling using the rail
(Fig'
8'(D)'
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It is possible to add mounting
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Hung from the ceiling: two oPtions:
- ,o'rnt th. system àt the motor head (!iS'S'G))
- mount the system at the rail (Fig' 9' @).
at a dimension h between 250 mm and 550 mm, use the ceiling mounting
To add an adiustable intermediate mounting along the rail, or a mounting
kit ref.: 9014462 (Fis. 9.
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Fitting the arm onto the door and the kolley (Fig. 10)
release cord'
[1]. Release the trolley using the manual
[2]. Bring the trolley up to the door.
and the trolley.
[3]. Attach the arm to the door bracket
Adjusting and fastening the opening travel stop (Fig' 11)
manual release mechanism and bring the door to the open position'
[1]. Release the trolley from the runner using the
stop.
Do not open the dbor fully, but position it so that it does not reach its own travel
turn it by 90"'
[2]. SIot the travel stop (10) into the rail then
[3]. Position the travel stop against the trolley.
[4]. Moderately tighten down the mounting screw
screw and cause the travel stop not
Do not tighten the mounting screw all the way down. Excessive tightening can damage the
to remain in place.
Note : Do not use the travel stops supplied with the transmission rail'
Fitting the chain retainer pads (Fig' 1 2)
For chain rails only.
each of the pads in the first hole in tre rail after the travel stop'
These pads are used to limit spurious noise linked to chain friction within the rail. Position
pin is accessible outside of the rail.
Make sure that the pad is pressed in all the way so that its positioning
Checking the chain or belt tension (Fig. 13)
The rails are supplied ready tensioned and inspected. lf necessary adjust the tensioning.
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Connecting the mains power supply (Fig. 1a)
protective sheet
[1]. Remove the motor cover and the
[2]. Fit the light bulb.
[3]. Connect to the mains
suPPlY.
ptug the power cable into a suitable power outlet that compties with electric power requirements' Ihe electic supply must be
(30 mA).
suiabty irotected (a fuse or circuit bieaker with a 5 A rating) and a residual current device
An omnipolar disconnection mechanism
must be provided for the power supply:
by using a power cord with a mains splug that can be disconnected, or
. iV fniù a'switch that ensures , ,onirrl trprration distance of at least
.
Make sure that the manual release cord
lf necessary, extend the cord.
3 mm
for each pole (refer to standard EN60335'1)'
is located at a maximum height of 1'80 metres off
the ground.
PROGRAMMING
Programming button description
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call up and exit the setup menu
. Press for 2 s: start selÊlearning
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, Press for 7 s: clear self-learning and settings
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P0 - P1 parameters indicator (green)
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inaicator tighr flashes.
[2]' Control the motor using the "+" 0r "'" buttons so that the transmission system runner moves to link up with the trolley and closes the door.
. Pressing and holding the "." button moves the runner in the
close direction.
Release the
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"." button before the motor has time to force against the door.
Pressing and holding the "+" Suttqn moves the runner in the open direction.
[3]. Adjust the closed position using
buttons.
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. End limit setting and self-learning indicator light (green)
[1]. Press the "SET" button until the light comes on (2 s).
"J' button before the motor has time to force against the door.
[4]. Press'sET" to validate the closed end limit and start the self-learning cycle.
The door runs through a complete open close cycle and the
indicator light goes out.
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End Iimit setting and self-Iearning
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When the door is moving, pressing any button will stop the movemenl
and stop the self-learning mode.
when the door is stopped, pressing "sET" until the light comes on ano the
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indicator light comes off (2 s) will exit the self-learning mode.
Ïhe self-learning mode can be called up at any time even after the selllearning
cycle has been completed.
Memorising remote controls for full opening
cycle
Fig. 16
Up to 32 conlrol channels can be stored.
Running this procedure for a previously stored channel will clear it.
At this stage in the installation process, the Deuo Optimo RTS motor drive
unit is ready to run.
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Using the remote controls "Fi$17;;,''
Obstacle detection
function
Fig' 18 and 19
will stop the door (Fig' 18)'
The detection of an obstacle during door opening
will reopen the door (Fig' 19)'
The detection of an obstacle during door closure
the ground'
the door encounters an obstacle 50 mm from
Make sure that obstacle detection works when
Built in lighting operation
unit is operated.
The right wi, come on .r.ryii.. the motor drive
result in àn
which causes the light to stay on continually may
CôN NEêf iN G' PERI
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the door stops' Repetitive use
wiil go out automatically after one minute once
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protection mechanism'
cü-off condition triggâred by the thermal cut out
ERATS
Description of the various peripherals '-'Fig;'20
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Amber light
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Electrical connections for the various peripherals ';FEffitô
performing any work on peripherals. tne
cut the electric power supply to the motor before
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General electrical diagram (Fig' 20)
Pedestrian door safeÿ kit
3 and 4'
in place of the jumper normally fitted between terminals
when the pedestrian door contact is fitted, it must be connected
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between terminals 3 and 4 must be refîtted'
oedestrian door contact is removed, the iumper
Photoelectric cells (Fig. 21)
5 and 6'
(RX) to the input in place of the jumper fitted between terminals
when fitting photoelectric cells, connect the receiver cell
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/ E\ rr tr,, cells are removed, the iumper between terminals 5 and 6 must be refitted.
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Code keypad (Fig' 22)
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inoicator light remains off after working on the system'
polarity reversals)'
check ttre wirini (for poss'rble short circuits or
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§ETUP AND OPERATING OPTIONS
General setup diagram Fig.23
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Meanings of the various parameters
Programming example: adjusting the long slowdown zone ,,p1=3,, (Fig.2a)
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0csiacle detect on sensitivity
lfthis setting is changed, it is essential to run the force measuremenl
sequence at the end of the installation procedure
Ciosu,e acproach speed
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no slowdown
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P1=2: speed is reduced during the last 20 centimetres.
P1=3: speed is reduced during the last 50 centimetres.
-,..oi-: long sofi stop
lfthis setting is changed, it is essential to run the force measurement
sequence ât the end of the
procedure.
lnstallation
Memorising the remote control for partial opening
Memorising the remote control for controlling
Memorising a Telis or similar type remote
cycle Fig.25
lighting
Fig.26
control Fig.27
SPECIAL OPERÂïION
Refer to the User's Manual.
CLEARING:. REMOTE:. CO TROLS AND ALL SETTINGS
Clearing remote controls
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Press the "PROG' button until the light blinks (7 s).
This clears all of the remote conkols memorised.
Resetting all settings Fig.29
Press lhe 'SET" button until the light goes out (7 s).
This clears all previously stored settings and returns them to their default values.
LOCKING PROGRAMMTNG Fig.
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Used to lock the programming settings (end limit setting, self-learning, setup).
Simultaneously press the "SET", ',+', and ,,.,,buttons:
- start by pressing "SET".
- pressing '+'and ''." must take place within two seconds.
Pressing the'SET" button then no longer has any effect.
The remote control memorising functions ('pRoG'button) and forced mode operation (,,+,,, ,.,,buttons)
remain possible.
To access programming mode once again, repeat the same procedure.
REFITTING COVE,RS
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Position the aerial and fit the covers.
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To ensure proper remote control range, the aerial must be fitted in one
of thetwo posifions s hown in Figure
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650 N
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Class 2: double in.u1.t.ion
Built in lighting
RTS 433,42 MHZ
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Safety input
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aÿ pieising and holding the motor control button
Forced operation mode
lndependent li ghting control
Lighting time delay (after movement)
Amber light pre-warning
Safety input operation
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Yes: RTS aerial compatible (téfr21901I-2).
Ves: battery pack compatible (Réf.9001001)
24 hours; 5 to 10 cycles depending on door
Autonomy
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Drv contact: NO
24 V - 1s W with built in flashing control
24 V - 500 mA max
Wired control input
Amber light output
Accessory power suPPl1l outpUt
Remote aerial input
Backup battery input
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Dry contact: NC
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Compat!bitiÿ
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230 V- 50 Hz
14 cm/s
4 buttons - 4 indicator lights
- 20 "Cl + 60 "C- indoor dry - lP 20
Mechanical stopper at oPefling
Memorized end Iimit position at dosing
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Max. soeed
piôgra'mmilng inte 1l§[g, ;
Operating temperature
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Fixed 60 s
FullY reoPens
While closing
None
Before oPening
(Dangerous Movement Area
Accessible to the Public)
Built-in obstacle detection
0oeration after obstacle detection
Progressive shrt uP
Open,ng speed
Closing speed
Closure approach speed
Full re'oPening
Set: 14 cm/s (max.)
Set: 12 crn/s
.- Êiogiammabte: doei not slow down, short slowdown zone (30 cm)'
(max.)
Iong slowdown zone (50 cm)
(1) Maximum load for motor to start and drive door for at least 5 cm (according to RAL-GZ definition).
Dimensions
Rail:2.900/3.500
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