Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
Models
SlideDriver 15 222 SS ST
1,500 lb (680 kg)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
SlideDriver 30F
222 EX 1.7 ST
3,000 lb (1,361 kg)
1.7 ft/s (50 cm/s)
SlideDriver 40
222 E ST
4,000 lb (1,814 kg)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
5,000 lb (2.268 kg)
2.2 ft/s (70 cm/s) or
SlideDriver 50VF2/3 222 X3 ST
3 ft/s (91 cm/s)
SlideDriver 80
222 X1 ST
8,000 lb (3,629 kg)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
SlideDriver 200
444 XS ST
20,000 lb (9,072 kg)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
SlideDriver 30F
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The World’s Most Rugged and Reliable High Security Slide Gate Operator
MX3629-01 Rev. B
SlideDriver: Plan Site Design
WARNING
Be sure the WARNING signs are visible from either side of the
gate in clear view of approaching vehicles. For your records,
take a photograph of the completed installation site.
Safety Mesh
Gap between vertical bars must be less than (2¼-inch, 57 mm) up
to a minimum height of 6 ft (1.8 m). Refer to ASTM F2200.
Support posts
Left handing
Outside Obstruction Loop
Physical travel
Gate edge
stop
sensor
Gate edge
sensor
Key or card reader
Mount access control
devices at least 6 ft
(183 cm) beyond gate.
Photo eye
SlideDriver
Photo eye
Pedestrian gate within
25 ft (762 cm) of
vehicular gate opening
V track
2
Measure and Calculate
Determine site placement. Pay attention to clearance around the gate operator’s location and gate condition
(hardware, ease of travel, and access). Consider right handing and left handing.
Use the illustrations for concrete pad dimensions, gate operator placement and drive rail alignment.
3
Edge sensor
External Stop / Reset
1
Read & Plan
Read and follow the Important Safety Information provided in the Programming and Operations Manual prior
to installing the SlideDriver. Read and follow these installation instructions and make sure to conform to site
specifications and all local and federal regulations and codes.
Inside Obstruction Loop
or Free Exit
No.
Min. Size
cm
AC Main power (incoming)
1
1 inch
2.5
Low voltage comm wires
1
3/4 inch
2
Ground
1
3/4 inch
2
Loop wires
1
3/4 inch
2
Addt’l conduit may be needed for:
No.
Min. Size
cm
DC cables or hydraulic hoses
1
2 inch
5
Dual gate connection for low voltage wiring
1
1 inch
2.5
Emergency release options
1
3/4 inch
2
Distance between gate face and rear
chassis: 1½ ± ⅛ inch (38 mm ± 3 mm)
FACE OF GATE
VE
RI
ED
ID
SL
12½" (32 cm)
14½"
(37 cm)
CONDUIT
AREA
NOTE: Chassis cover adds ½" (13 mm).
Total depth with cover = 15" (38 cm)
Mounting bolt location
Four (4) ½ x 4-inch anchor bolts
Gate
1¼" (3 cm)
8"
(20 cm)
13" (33 cm)
U bolt
Support post
Wheel cover
For clarity, safety mesh
is not shown
Cover removal
and access: 15”
minimum (38 cm)
Safety mesh
Per UL 325 and ASTM F2200,
all openings in a sliding gate
up to 72 inch height (6 ft or
183 cm) must be guarded or
screened.
SlideDriver
Left handing shown
All models
(except SD 200):
26” (66 cm)
SlideDriver 200:
33½” (85 cm)
7¼"
Conduit cutout area for electrical access.
(18 cm) Cut out dimensions: 8 x 7¼" (20 x 18 cm)
Limit ramps
Drive rail
Conduit
1¼"
(3 cm)
26" (66 cm)
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OBSTRUCTED AREA: Area must remain clear.
Hydraulic motor location
Gate face*
Use shims as needed
For high voltage, low voltage, (loops and peripherals),
ground wire, and dual or interlocked gates. Grooved drive rail
MINIMUM CONCRETE DIMENSIONS
20” Wide x 30” Length x 16” Depth minimum*
(51 x 76 x 41 cm) *Or, Frost line whichever is greater.
Refer to local code for appropriate depth.
R
5" (13 cm)
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Know what’s below! Many states subscribe to 811. Call the local utility
number so underground utility lines can be marked before excavating.
If you cut, drill or alter the chassis,
you will void the Warranty.
Distance: 1½" (38 mm) Gap
Install conduit for communication and power
DANGER
CAUTION
2" (5 cm)
Inside and Outside obstruction loops (IOLD and OOLD) are recommended to help prevent vehicle hits. IOLD
and OOLD loops are required for tail gating logic.
NOTE: Loop layout is dependent on uni- or bi-directional
traffic and length of gate and width of roadway. Vehicle must
move from one loop to the next without loss of detection. The
site design shown on this page is for illustrative purposes only.
Photo eye
Minimum conduit required
Design Vehicle Loops
1¼" (3 cm)
2" (5 cm)
Support post
NOTE: Design shown for illustrative purposes only.
Drawings are NOT TO SCALE.
SlideDriver Installation and Assembly Wheel cover
CONCRETE PAD
Cut away view
High voltage (Incoming AC power)
Low voltage/communication wires
CONCRETE PAD
Dual gates
Vehicle loop wires
Low voltage/
communication wires
Height from top of drive rail to bottom of
gate operator. All models: 9¼” (23.5 cm)
NOTE: XtremeDrive™ mount drive rail ¼ to ½” (6 to 13 mm) higher.
MX3629-01 Rev. B
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SlideDriver: Site Prep
Clearances
Tools Required
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•
•
•
•
•
Standard socket set with extension
Standard hex key set
Combination wrench set
Standard pliers and needle-nose pliers
Set of Phillips head and flat-head screwdrivers
Wire strippers & wire crimper
•
•
•
•
Digital Volt-Ohm meter
Level and measuring tape
Electric drill and drill bits (Unibit or Stepdrill)
Metal cutting saw
For the full recommended list of tools and
hardware, see the SlideDriver Programming and
Operations Manual.
SlideDriver 200 series
2" (5 cm)
17¾" (45 cm)
1¼" (3 cm)
Cabinet (DC / UPS):
Door Swing: Minimum 30 inches (76 cm)
Rear Access: Allow 24 inches (61 cm)
Cabinet (Modular):
Front Access: Minimum 36 inches (92 cm)
Rear Access: Allow 24 inches (61 cm)
Fence
Gate panel
Drive rail
Chassis base cut out for conduit
Minimum
clearance for
cover removal:
15 inches (38 cm)
SlideDriver
ROADWAY
Side
access
Cabinet:
Modular, DC / UPS options
Concrete pad extends 2 inch (5 cm)
minimum beyond side and front of gate operator
chassis’ footprint. Conduit runs between gate
operator and cabinet.
Front access
Distance between gate face
and rear chassis:
1½ ± ⅛ inch (38 mm ± 3 mm)
22¾" (58 cm)
SlideDriver:
Side Access: Minimum 24 inches (61 cm)
Front Access: Allow 30 inches (76 cm)
Offset 3 inches (7.6 cm) from the
surface of the support posts to
rear of SlideDriver chassis.
Modular and DC / UPS options shown:
Post-mounted.
U-bolts mounted to Unistrut on back of cabinet.
Door swing clearance:
Minimum
36 inches (91 cm)
Cabinet may also be wall-mounted with anchor bolts.
Conduit cutout area for electrical access.
Cut out dimensions: 8 x 6½" (20 x 16.5 cm)
5" (13 cm)
8" (20 cm)
Leave enough space between cabinet and chassis to avoid pinch point
and access issues. Conduit runs below ground between the two units.
12½" (32 cm)
Allow 12 to 16 inches
(30 to 41 cm)
Gate post
6½"
(16.5 cm)
14½" (37 cm)
FENCE LINE
Gate panel
NOTE: Chassis cover
adds ½" (13 mm).
Total depth with
cover = 15" (38 cm).
2" (5 cm)
Mounting bolt
locations
Nine (9) ½ x 4"
anchor bolts.
Required: A
minimum 2 bolts
fastened per
cross support.
1¼" (3 cm)
MINIMUM CONCRETE DIMENSIONS
20” Wide x 47” Length x 16” Depth minimum*
(51 x 119 x 41 cm)
*Or, Frost line whichever is greater. Refer to
local code for appropriate depth.
10" (25 cm)
43" (109 cm)
47" (119 cm)
minimum
For DC / UPS or Modular
options, wall or post-mount the
cabinet.
Unistrut
30¾” (78 cm)
If planning a post mount,
mounting holes need to be
drilled (U-bolts, fasteners, and
unistrut are not provided).
13½”
(34 cm)
1⅞”
(5 cm)
Door clip
Left hand gate
Cabinet
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Concrete pad
Right handing
gate operator
OPEN
Cabinet option
For more information, refer to the supplemental manuals that accompany the product.
ROADWAY
•
•
Usage Class setting (UC)
Gate operator handing (Set Handing: SH)
See page 9 for more information.
Offset 4¾"
(12 cm)
Face of
Gate panel
and cabinet
Flange
Flange
SLIDEDRIVER
When you first apply power to the operator, it is locked in
Menu mode and prompts appear on the display. The gate
will not move and the controls will not function until the
prompts have been answered. The prompts include:
Gate panel face
1¼”
(3 cm)
Cabinet may also be wallmounted with anchor bolts.
NOTE: The mounting holes on
the top and bottom flanges are
5/16-inch diameter. Mounting
posts and hardware are not
provided by HySecurity.
U-bolt
C/L
Wheel covers required for
cantilevered gates: UL325
Operator Handing
Post Mount for HydraSupply or DC / UPS Cabinet
C/L
Drive rail
SlideDriver viewed
from the secure side
SlideDriver
OPEN
Right hand gate
SlideDriver viewed
from the secure side
Drawings NOT to Scale
SlideDriver Installation and Assembly MX3629-01 Rev. B
Page 4
Set up and Assembly
1
Unpack the SlideDriver
CAUTION
Cover
Replace the Vent Plug
3
DO NOT pick the operator up by its sides or
tip it. Hydraulic fluid can leak or damage to the
chassis may occur and void the Warranty.
CAUTION
1. Loosen two Phillips head screws.
NOTE: Leave sufficient overhead clearance to remove cover and open the
control box.
Replace the vent plug with the breather cap before operating the SlideDriver.
Air pressure vents through the cap instead of through the pump seal and helps
prevent rust by allowing condensation to evaporate. If you do not replace the vent
plug with the breather cap, you will void the Limited Warranty.
Breather cap
2. Remove the cover by tilting it slightly toward you while lifting it
up off the top of the operator.
5
NOTE: Use the supplied keys to release the lock if your model includes that
option.
3. Remove the foam pieces around the motor and the red spring.
4. Remove the ship with kit plastic bag.
DANGER
Quick
disconnects
(QDs)
The potential for lightning discharge exists with all gates, fences and
gate operators. National Electric Code (NEC) - Article 250 requires a
separate earth ground in addition to the required equipment ground.
WARNING
Phillips head screws
Loosen, DO NOT remove.
2
4
Rear panel
Mark the Anchor Bolt Locations
-Puerta
Lado-
FACE OF GATE
Gate
Side
The gate operator must be grounded per NEC, NFPA 780
and local building standards and codes.
Obtain help before lifting or moving the
operator. SlideDriver models can weigh over
260 lbs (118 kg). Failure to comply may result
in serious injury to personnel, damage to the
equipment, or both.
Lock (optional)
Install the Chassis
1. Align the operator. Locate rear panel
1½-inch from the face of vertical uprights.
SlideDriver chassis
Control Box
Toggle handle
2. Install concrete anchors (½ x 4-inch
minimum)
After you remove the operator, cut out the
anchor bolt template on the side of the
SlideDriver box.
Ground lug
Limit
switch
3. Tighten the nuts, but leave room for
adjustments.
3 ft
(91 cm)
Maximum
distance
4. Level the operator. Shim with plastic or
aluminum to prevent corrosion.
Use the template to mark the location of the
anchor bolts that will secure the SlideDriver to
the concrete pad.
26-inches
(66 cm)
Install the Earth Ground
Optional base riser
Grade level
CAUTION
Review the dimensions on page 1. Proper alignment of
the SlideDriver operator and its drive rail is critical.
Conduit
Level
-CONDUCTO
CORTAR-
Gate
Side
-Puerta
Lado-
14½-inches (37 cm)
Mounting Template
Drawings NOT to Scale
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FACE OF GATE
CONDUIT
CUT-OUT
Consult local
codes for
proper depth
Cut away view
Side view
1½-inch
(38 mm)
Minim
um d
or fro
st lin
epth
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Anchor bolts (½ x 4-inch, min.)
Minimum 4 anchor bolts
(6 bolts required for heavy
gates: 80 and 200 operators.)
16" (
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41 cm
CAUTION
Option:
SlideDriver Base Riser (most models)
Concrete pad
Inches: 26W x 12H x 14½D
Centimeters: 66W x 30H x 37D
Option:
SlideDriver Base Riser (200 series): Same H & D, with 47"W (109 cm)
Do NOT fully tighten the anchor bolts until after the drive rail is installed. See page 4.
SlideDriver Installation and Assembly Earth ground
MX3629-01 Rev. B
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Assemble, Align & Install Drive Rail
1
Connect sections of the drive rail.
Use roll pins to join the sections of the drive rail. To prevent the pins
from moving during assembly, crimp the pin channels with a pliers.
Optional flanged drive rail used for
solenoid lock applications.
AdvanceDrive™
and XtremeDrive™
wheels shown.
3
Clamp Drive Rail to Gate
Identify the gate structure nearest the operator and
temporarily clamp the drive rail onto the gate.
4
Set a String Line, Align Drive Rail and Insert Shims,
if needed.
For reference, run a string line along the entire length of the
drive rail. Compare the edge of the drive rail with the string
line. Place shims between the upright support structure and
drive rail to keep the drive rail straight and level.
5
Align and Secure Drive Rail
Align the top of the drive rail with the label on each side of the operator's chassis. If necessary, loosen the C-clamps and move the
drive rail up or down along the length of the gate. Drill holes through the drive rail flange and insert U bolts from the far side.
Install U bolts along the upright support structure, as needed. HySecurity recommends that you attach to a minimum of 3 supports per
length of drive rail. Keep drive rail spans straight and level. Distance between attachment points should be less than 10 feet (3 m).
Standard grooved
drive rail
2
Secure the toggle handle.
Disengage the drive wheels by pulling on the toggle handle.
Wire the toggle handle clamp open so the wheel doesn't fall closed
when you insert the drive rail through the chassis
Gate face*
Use shims as needed.
*NOTE: The best material to
use for shims is non-corrosive
materials, such as aluminum or
heavy-duty plastic.
WARNING
Be careful where you place your hands and fingers when you disengage the
drive wheels. The compression spring at the base of the clamp causes the
handle to drop suddenly which can cause serious injury.
Unclamped
Compression spring controls
drive wheel gripping force
Use wire to secure
the toggle handle so
the clamp remains
open and the drive
wheel doesn't fall
closed while you
insert the drive rail.
Distance: 1½" (38 mm)
Drive rail
Limit ramp
Limit switch (interior of chassis)
CAUTION
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Wheel cover
CAUTION
When clamped, the
red spring should
be compressed to
a height of 2-inches
(5 cm). Adjust the
nut at the base of
the spring to set the
proper tension.
Nut adjusts tension
U bolt securing the
drive rail.
Roller guide and
bracket support
When drive rail and limit
ramps (see page 5) are
installed, the drive rail must
be aligned and the operator's
chassis secure before clamping
the drive wheels and adjusting
the compression spring.
U bolts fasten drive
rail to support posts
All models
(except SD 200):
26” (66 cm)
XtremeDrive™
Handle Position
Support post
Grooved drive rail
NOTE: Drill holes to increase
traction where drive wheels
first engage the drive rail.
Other traction considerations:
HySecurity XtremeDrive™
Wheel System
Clamped
Gate edge
6
SlideDriver 200:
33½” (85 cm)
CAUTION
Height from top of drive rail to bottom of
gate operator. All models: 9¼” (23.5 cm)
NOTE: if using XtremeDrive™ wheels
mount drive rail ¼” to ½” (6 to 13 mm)
higher.
When sliding the drive rail through the cut out in the
chassis, DO NOT damage the limit switches. Damage
to the limit switches during installation is not covered
by the Warranty.
SlideDriver
Wheel cover
Manually, open and close the gate.
Check and adjust the height of the drive rail.
Install additional U bolts, as necessary.
Triangle tool
Drive rail
Label
All models: 9¼” (23.5 cm)
Exceptions: SD 80 & SD 200
using XtremeDrive™ wheels,
9½” to 9¾” (23.5 to 25 cm)
SlideDriver Installation and Assembly NOTE: DO NOT use through bolts or selftapping screws because you won't be able to
adjust the drive rail at a later date.
Remove the C clamps when the drive rail is fully secure.
rafter square
CONCRETE PAD
String line
Limit ramp
NOTE: Make sure the drive wheel will be centered on the drive rail
when placed under load.
With the drive rail secure, tighten the chassis
anchor bolts.
NOTE: Over its entire length, the drive rail must
be level and aligned with the label on the chassis to
within ± ¼-inch (6 mm).
Drawings NOT to Scale
MX3629-01 Rev. B
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Install and Secure Limit Ramps
The Standard Limit Ramp is positioned on the drive rail so it will make contact with the limit switch and stop approximately 2-inches (5 cm)
from the drive wheel.
Before installing the limit ramps, review the illustrations on this page.
1
Determine Limit Ramp Location.
2
Move the gate 6-inches (15 cm) from the fully closed position.
NOTE: The toggle handle needs to be in the "unclamped" position. See page 4.
6
Determine where to place the Standard Limit Ramp so it will trip the limit switch
approximately 6-inches (15cm) before the exact spot where you want the gate to
stop (2-inches from the drive wheel).
3
Mark mounting holes.
4
Drill one ⅜-inch (9.5 mm) mounting hole.
Limit ramps are attached to the underside of the drive rail when the gate is fully open and fully closed.
Limit ramps install to both ends of the drive rail.
Two truss head screws secure each limit ramp to the drive rail. The screws are spaced about 4-inches (10 cm) apart.
•
•
Position the gate fully-closed and mark the drive rail.
Secure the Standard Stop Limit Ramp to the drive rail with the fasteners provided.
NOTE: If you are installing a SlideDriver 50VF-series gate operator, align the angled edge of the Slow Down Limit Ramp
(MX3043 kit) with the edge of the Standard Limit Ramp. Secure it and the remaining limit ramps to the drive rail.
Drive Rail
Align one angled edge of the Slow Down Limit Ramp with
the edge of the Standard Limit Ramp.
Truss head ⅜-inch
(9.5 mm) screws.
Must be fully tightened
and flush before
adjusting
Limit Switches.
Measure and mark the mounting locations for the truss head screws 1-inch (2.5 cm)
from the edge of the drive rail.
Make sure its opposite angled edge nests against the
remaining limit ramp.
Truss head
screws flush on
drive rail
Order 4 Limit Ramp kits for 50VF gate operators: MX3043
CAUTION
Be sure to securely fasten all limit
ramps to the underside of the drive rail
at both ends (gate fully open and fully
closed). Failure to do so will void the
Warranty.
Place one nut in the limit ramp channel. Secure the Standard Limit Ramp by
inserting the screw through the drive rail and into nut. Finger-tighten.
Open and close the gate to check the position of the Standard Limit Ramp.
5
Make adjustments as necessary and drill the remaining mounting hole about
4-inches (10 cm) from the first.
U bolt and fasteners
Slow down
Limit Ramp
Nut
Standard Stop
Limit Ramp
Edge of Drive Rail
End of Drive Rail
Stop Limit Ramp on all SlideDriver and 50VF-series Models
SlideDriver50VF models add Slow Down Limit Ramps
Drive Wheel
⅜-inch (9.5mm)
Roller
Roller
Chassis
1-inch (2.5 cm)
Standard Stop
Limit Ramp
7
Articulating arm
(Normal position)
Height adjusting screw
8
Clamp drive wheels.
Refer to page 6 for WARNING. Place toggle
handle in clamped (load) position.
Toggle handle
Angled edge of
Limit Ramp faces
chassis cutout
and drive wheels
Limit Switch
inside chassis
Limit Ramp
enters chassis cutout
Drive Wheel
Drive Rail
Adjust the limit switches.
To position the limit switch, loosen the height adjusting screw.
Move the limit switch arm up or down so the top of the roller is about ⅜-inch (9.5mm) from the
base of the drive rail.
Secure the limit switch arm by tightening the height adjusting screw. Perform the same steps on
the opposite end of the drive rail.
Articulating arm
(Tripped position)
Compression spring set at
2-inches (5 cm) when drive
wheels are clamped on
drive rail.
2-inches (5 cm)
Limit ramp stopped position
Toggle Handle Assembly
NOTE: Only the limit ramp should trigger the limit switch.
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Slow down
Limit Ramp
Nuts inside limit ramps
4-inches (10 cm)
Spacing between screws (approximate)
Base of drive rail
Limit
Ramp
Standard Stop Limit Ramp
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MX3629-01 Rev. B
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Wiring AC Power
Site Considerations for AC Power
DANGER
Turn OFF AC power at the source (circuit breaker panel) before accessing the
wires in the gate operator. Follow facility Lock Out/Tag Out procedures. Make
sure all power switches are in the OFF position. Follow all electrical code standards
and regulations.
HySecurity gate operators are intended for permanent installation. Make sure to
review all the information in this manual and prepare the site with the following
considerations:
Blue - 480 VAC
Orange - 240 VAC
Input taps
Red - 208 VAC
Power connections
• Make sure all electrical wiring is properly routed via conduits.
Black - Common
Size the primary wires, appropriately. Consider the voltage, horsepower,
and length of the wire run from the main power panel. The electrical
wiring must be properly routed through conduit that enters the
gate operator through its base cutout and feeds through one of the
knockouts in the control box.
Control Transformer
CAUTION * Variable Frequency (VF) or 2 hp gate operators:
Never connect to the white 120V wire. Make sure the
connection wires match the voltage found on the operator’s nameplate.
Verify you have the proper input voltage and conversion of voltage taps
at the motor and transformer. Measure the line voltage with a volt meter
to distinguish between 208V and 240V branch circuits or between 390V
and 480V branch circuits.
All (Excluding SD50VF)
ON/OFF switch
SlideDriver Wire Size & Distance Run – 208V 1Ø
2
½
¾
1
2
3
27.2
5.5
6.1
7.6
14.2
16.2
60 (18m)
30 (9m)
290 (88m)
260 (79m)
205 (62m)
110 (33m)
100 (30m)
100 (30m)
50 (15m)
460 (140m)
415 (126m)
330 (101m)
175 (53m)
155 (47m)
155 (47m)
80 (24m)
725 (221m)
650 (198m)
525 (160m)
280 (85m)
245 (74m)
245 (75m)
130 (40m)
1150 (350m) 1040 (317m)
835 (254m)
445 (135m)
390 (119m)
385 (117m)
205 (62m)
1825 (556m) 1645 (501m) 1320 (402m)
710 (216m)
620 (189m)
620 (189m)
330 (101m)
2920 (890m) 2630 (801m) 2110 (643m) 1130 (344m) 1000 (305m)
Turning the Power Switch ON
Distance
1
14.4
Green LED flashes indicating
processor is receiving power.
16
DO NOT USE
17
PHOTO EYE
OPEN DIRECTION
18
DO NOT USE
19
PHOTO EYE
CLOSE DIRECTION
1
2
3
5
21
CHARGER
AC LOSS
Amps
5.0
5.8
7.2
13.6
14.8
27.0
22
LOCK INTERLOCK
12
350 (107m)
300 (91m)
245 (75m)
130 (40m)
120 (37m)
65 (20m)
23
EMERG CLOSE
10
560 (171m)
480 (146m)
385 (117m)
205 (62m)
190 (58m)
105 (32m)
24
8
880 (268m)
760 (232m)
610 (186m)
325 (99m)
300 (91m)
165 (50m)
6
1400 (427m)
1120 (341m)
975 (297m)
515 (157m)
475 (145m)
260 (79m)
4
2220 (670m)
1915 (584m) 1550 (472m)
815 (248m)
750 (229m)
410 (125m)
2
3550 (1082m)
3080 (939m) 2465 (751m) 1305 (398m) 1200 (366m)
650 (198m)
HySecurity
MX000585
VERSION
S/N
FIRE DEPT OPEN
LED
LIMIT
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
DUAL GATE
RPM
COM
A
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
EDGE
The AC power disconnect switch
(ON/OFF switch) is located on the
same enclosure (control box) where
the electrical components, Smart
Touch Controller, transformer, power
module, etc., are found.
When power is turned ON, a green
status light (D4) on the Smart Touch
Controller blinks. The status light
appears below the coin battery
and indicates that the processor is
receiving power.
WIEGAND
SlideDriver Installation and Assembly Distance
¾
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DO NOT USE
½
RS232
20
hp
STATUS
SHADOW
RESET
SlideDriver Wire Size & Distance Run – 230V 1Ø
Wire Gauge
NOTE: Refer to the SlideDriver Programming and Operations manual for Safety, programming,
troubleshooting, maintenance and general information. Note that DC operators do not have a
control transformer. For DC gate operators, refer to the DC Power Supply with HyCharger
supplemental manual provided with the DC Power Supply cabinet.
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Wire Gauge
• Verify that the operator is electrically grounded per NFPA 780 and NEC
Article 250, and local codes. Refer to the illustration on page 3.
DISPLAY
NOTE: Distance shown in U.S. Standard “feet.” Metric equivalents are shown in
parentheses.
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Reset switch
Wiring of gate operators must conform to NFPA and NEC standards and comply with all local
codes. When the installation is compliant andcomplete, turn on AC power at the source and at
the control box. For Variable Frequency (VF) operators, make sure the connection wires match
the voltage found on the operator’s nameplate.
SlideDriver Wire Size & Distance Run - 115V 1Ø
Wiring charts for 3Ø and the SlideDriver 50VF-series are found in the
SlideDriver Programming and Operations Manual, D0559.
• Make sure a 20A circuit (minimum) protected with a 20A Inverse Time
Breaker is provided for all AC power connections.
CAUTION
2. Connect AC Power: Wire nut the incoming power wires to
their appropriate pig tails on the control transformer. Attach the
ground wire to the chassis.
Make sure the proper wire gauge is being used. The charts here list
the maximum allowable wire run from the power source to a single
phase SlideDriver gate operator.
WARNING
Each gate operator is built to run on a specific line power voltage and phase.
Failure to ensure that the source voltage, phase and frequency match as specified
on the equipment may result in severe damage to the equipment. See "Changing
Electrical Connections in the Field" on page 9.
1. Connect to Power: Three pig tails and a ground are available
for connection to a 1 Phase (1Ø) and 3 Phase (3Ø) power sources.
hp
½
¾
The maximum distance shown for
Amps
10
11.6
each wire gauge run is from the
12
90 (27m)
75 (23m)
operator to the AC power source
panel box that has adequate capacity
10
140 (43m)
120 (37m)
to support the motor load. The
8
220 (67m)
190 (58m)
values are for one operator, with no
6
350 (107m)
300 (91m)
other loads applied to the branch
4
555 (169m) 480 (146m)
circuit. Always, avoid placing more
2
890 (271m) 765 (233m)
than one operator to a circuit. If,
for any reason, more than one operator is connected, reduce the
maximum allowed wire run distance by half.
• Make sure the available power source matches the electrical
requirements specified on the voltage nameplate.
SD50VF - series
Check that the primary tap on the control transformer matches the line
voltage and frequency that you are connecting to the operator. The
site voltage and operator set voltage must be the same and match
the voltage on the operator motor's nameplate. A label on top of the
transformer identifies the various voltage taps. See illustration.
Wire Size Charts
• Check the distance of the wire run from the main panel to the gate
operator. Make sure the wire size of the branch circuit supplying power
to the gate operator is large enough to avoid excess voltage drop. See
the wire size charts below.
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MX3629-01 Rev. B
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Complete the Installation
Changing Electrical Connections in the Field
Initial Setup: Menu Mode
When the SlideDriver is installed, power connections made, and the operator turned ON, a setup
menu appears. The gate will not move and the controls will not function until the prompts have
been answered. The prompts include:
CAUTION
For in-field conversions, the NEC requires that the voltage label on the motor be changed to match the new
configuration. Contact HySecurity for a replacement label.
UC 2
• Usage Class. Set the usage class to I, II, III, IV depending on the site.
USAGE CLASS
Four different vehicular usage classes are defined by UL 325.
To reconnect the electric motor and the 24V control transformer, refer to the motor connection
diagram found either on the motor's nameplate or inside the motor connection box. Be sure to
read the WARNINGS below if planning to convert from 1Ø to 3Ø, or vice versa. The electric motor
will need to be replaced.
Information about the classes can be found in the safety section of the SlideDriver
Programming and Operations Manual, online through DASMA Technical Data Sheets
www.dasma.com or UL 325 gate safety standards www.ul.com
• Set Handing. SH 0 = gate disabled, SH L = Left hand, SH R = Right hand
WARNING
Gate handing is determined by viewing the gate opening from the secure side. If the gate
opens to the left, the gate must be set for left handing.
In-Field, Variable Frequency Drive Connections: SlideDriver operators are field re-configurable for 1Ø or 3Ø,
208/230VAC input power without changing the VFD. However, if reconfiguring from 208/230VAC to 460/480VAC
the VFD Motor Controller in a 208/230VAC unit must be replaced with a VFD Motor Controller manufactured for
the higher (460/480VAC) voltage input. Any electrical damage occurring to the operator will not be covered by
the Warranty.
WARNING
OPEN
SlideDriver 50VF-series and all 2 hp operators CANNOT be connected to 115/120VAC, 1Ø power or 575V, 3Ø
power. If any attempts are made to do so, serious injury and possible electrical shock may result. Any electrical
damage occurring to the operator will not be covered by the Warranty.
Left hand gate
SlideDriver viewed
from the secure side
Right hand gate
NOTE: All SlideDrivers are set at the factory for right handing. If the gate has left handing, you
must swap the position of the hydraulic hoses. See the illustration this page.
Left Handing: Swapping Hydraulic Hose Positions
Replace red vent plug
with breather cap
OPEN
SH R (RIGHT)
GATE HANDING
Keypad Navigation
SlideDriver
To navigate within Menu mode, use the following chart:
Menu Mode Navigational Buttons
3 ft
(91.4cm)
Maximum
distance
Operator is shipped
hydraulically configured for
“right hand” operation.
HYSECURITY
GATE STOPPED
Swap hydraulic hoses for left
handing operators.
To edit the Menu
To navigate through
the selections
To choose what is
on the display
To navigate between
menus
Press Select
Two left characters blink
indicating the display is
ready to accept a menu
change.
Press Next or Previous
Continue pressing Next to
view all selections
Press Select
Blinking characters
become static
Press Next or Previous
Advance = press Next
Previous = press Previous
Grade level
For More Information
Cut-away view
Consult local codes for
proper depth
Ground rod
Concrete pad
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Brake valve adjustment is described on the yellow tag (MX001853) wire tied to the gate operator.
Review the SlideDriver Programming and Operations Manual, D0559 for information regarding
gate operator programming configurations, user relays, troubleshooting, safety considerations,
maintenance, and other requirements.
Drawings NOT to Scale
SlideDriver Installation and Assembly MX3629-01 Rev. B
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