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Control Box
MASTER LOCKOUT
OPEN INPUT 1
CLOSE INPUT 1
OPEN INPUT 2
CLOSE INPUT 2
MASTER LOCKOUT
OPEN INPUT 1
CLOSE INPUT 1
OPEN INPUT 2
CLOSE INPUT 2
OPEN INPUT 3
OPEN INPUT 3
INTERLOCK OPEN
INTERLOCK OPEN
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
EFO RESET
EFO RESET
CLOSE VALVE
OUTPUT
CLOSE VALVE
OUTPUT
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
AUXILIARY 1
AUXILIARY 1
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
AUXILIARY 2
AUXILIARY 2
AC LOSS
AC LOSS
FLUID LEVEL
INDICATOR
EFO 2
FLUID LEVEL
INDICATOR
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EFO 1
LIMIT
EFO 1
EFO 2
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LIMIT
OT 10 OPERATOR
HYDRASUPPLY XL
Single HydraSupply XL
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Programming & Operations Manual
with
HySecurity Smart Touch Controller
MX3970-01 Revision B
This document provides Important Safety Information, specifications, and references along
with an overview of programming user and installer menu options, designing vehicle loop layouts,
troubleshooting, and maintaining the gate operator.
HydraWedge SM50 Components
CAUTION
During inclement weather, leave wedge blocking plate in the lowered position to avoid snow and ice build
up inside the base. Be aware of freezing temperatures and its affect on the safety skirt and other equipment.
In low temperature zones, consider a heater or heating coils as part of the site specification and installation.
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Component
Description
1
Base frame
The base frame is a welded assembly which is cast into the foundation. The base frame consists of the
bearing points for the blocking plate and scissor joints. The whole assembly transfers the impact load into
the foundation and soil. A perforated sheet, used for drainage, spans the full blocking width at the front
and rear along the bottom of the base frame.
2
Blocking Plate
The blocking plate is a welded assembly. Five swiveling bearing points fasten it to the base frame. The
blocking plate is raised and lowered by the hydraulic cylinder and the compression spring assembly. The
blocking plate absorbs the energy during impact and deflects it into the foundation via the base frame and
scissor joints.
3
Safety Skirt (optional)
The safety skirt is a protective cover. It consists of seven bent sheet metal plates, which are movably linked
to each other. The safety skirt collapses during lowering of the blocking plate and rests in a protected area
inside the base frame.
4
Scissor Joint
The scissor joint transfers the impact load through the blocking plate to the base frame. Pivot bolts fasten
the five scissor joints to the blocking plate and base frame.
5
Compression Spring Assembly
The compression spring assembly assists the hydraulic cylinder in raising the blocking plate. As the
blocking plate lowers, the spring assembly is automatically tensioned and compressed. The stored energy
is released during the next raising session.
6
Hydraulic Cylinder
7
Lifting points
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When extended, the hydraulic cylinder keeps the blocking plate in the raised position. The fluid, for the
hydraulic cylinder, flows through hoses attached to a pump pack located in the HydraSupply XL cabinet.
When triggered to run, the hydraulic cylinder operates as a hydraulic actuator and raises the blocking
plate.
The base frame is fitted with four lifting points for safe transport. All four lifting points must be used when
moving the base frame.
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HydraSupplyXL Cabinet and Terminology
Enclosure 48 H x 36 W x 16 D
Assembled Weight: ~ 500 lbs
Contactor
Power supply
Smart Touch Controller (STC)
Control Box
(Location for Wedge 1)
Terminal strip, limit switch
connections
Power disconnect 508A
(Integrated clasp for locking
mechanism)
Wedge 2 Control Box (added if addt’l
Wedge needs a separate configuration)
Wedge 1
Heater option
Accumulator:
2.5 gal
5 gal
8Ah batteries (2x)
AC or DC motor
Accumulator
Hand pump
Pressure gauge
Pressure relief valve
Fill & breather cap
Pressure switch
End head
Unloader valve
Check valve
Fluid Level & Temperature
Gauge
Reservoir
Mirror image of Accumulator
Manifold (used if a 2nd Wedge
is present)
Reservoir support brackets
Drain, Accumulator
Accumulator
Manifold bracket
HydraSupply XL Cabinet
Valves: Open/Close
& Flow Control
Hydraulic lines
(return & supply lines)
EFO
solenoid valve
Return filter with
replaceable filter cartridge, filter condition
indicator gauge on top
Hose connection to
hand pump (also
drains reservoir)
The cabinet houses the hydraulic pump pack, motor, Smart Touch Controller, heater, batteries and accumulator. See the illustration above
for all components located in the HydraSupply XL cabinet. The cabinet is ventilated (heater optional) and can be installed at a maximum of
80 feet (25 m) from the HydraWedge SM50. The connection between the hydraulic cylinder in the wedge blocking plate is made via high
pressure hydraulic hoses which are run through 4 inch conduit. The HydraSupply XL can be wall or post mounted on a separate foundation
which must be erected on site. Refer to the installation instructions for site planning and design constructs.
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Installer Checklist: HydraWedge SM50
The following list provides a high level overview of the tasks involved in installing the HydraWedge SM50 barrier
gate operator. Take a moment to review the list and check off the items as you complete the install.
‰‰ Site Prep - concrete pad location/dimensions, conduit, rebar mat, Earth ground, and loop layouts.
‰‰ Install the supplied DANGER signs on wedge barrier. Signs must be viewable by vehicular traffic and maintenance
personnel.
‰‰ Check for compliance with local codes, site conditions, UL 508A and NEC standards.
‰‰ Read Installation Instructions.
‰‰ When foundation bed is sufficiently compacted and drainage channels attached, move base frame and set rebar.
‰‰ Make sure conduit is in place for hydraulic hoses and high/low voltage, dual gates, earth ground, UPS, etc.
‰‰ Pour concrete slab. Allow appropriate time, moisture content, and temperature for curing. Curing plays an
important role on strength development and durability of concrete. Concrete must maintain a minimum 4600 psi
compressive strength.
‰‰ Run hydraulic hoses through conduit.
‰‰ Run high and low voltage wiring through conduit.
‰‰ Make sure AC and DC power disconnect switches are in the OFF position.
‰‰ Connect AC power.
‰‰ Connect batteries.
‰‰ Turn AC power and DC power disconnect switch ON.
‰‰ Set wedge blocking plate’s limit switches.
‰‰ Check the Smart Touch Controller software version to be sure it is up-to-date. If necessary, upload the latest version
from www.hysecurity.com. See Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool (S.T.A.R.T.) on page 59.
‰‰ Access the User Menu or Installer Menu to customize your gate operator. See Initial Setup on page 15.
‰‰ Connect all accessory devices and loops to the Smart Touch Controller.
‰‰ Configure changes through the Installer Menu depending on the accessory devices that you have installed.
‰‰ Give a copy of the Important Safety Information and pertinent operator instructions to the end user. Show the end
user how to:
ŠŠ Turn the power OFF and ON.
ŠŠ Adjust physical limit stops for wedge blocking plate open and close positioning.
ŠŠ Install the service strut before servicing or performing any maintenance on a raised blocking wedge.
ŠŠ Manually operate the wedge blocking plate.
‰‰ Take photographs of the completed installation site and save it in your business files.
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Contents
HydraWedge SM50 Components.....................................................................................................................................ii
HydraSupplyXL Cabinet and Terminology....................................................................................................................... iii
Installer Checklist: HydraWedge SM50 ........................................................................................................................... iv
Welcome to HySecurity. ..........................................................................................1
Contact Information..........................................................................................................................................................1
Notices and Bulletins........................................................................................................................................................2
Supplemental Documents.................................................................................................................................................2
Hazardous Materials and Proper Disposal........................................................................................................................2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION..............................................................................................................................3
Safety - Installer Responsibilities ......................................................................................................................................4
Safety - Owner/User Responsibilities................................................................................................................................5
Limitation of Liability.........................................................................................................................................................6
Operation During Power Failure.......................................................................................................................................6
Lowering the Blocking Plate..........................................................................................................................................6
Raising the Blocking Plate (Hand Pump Operation)......................................................................................................7
Common Industrial Symbols.............................................................................................................................................8
Power.....................................................................................................................9
Installing the Earth Ground...............................................................................................................................................9
AC Power Wiring: Site Considerations............................................................................................................................10
AC Power Wiring: Wire Size Charts................................................................................................................................11
Wiring Diagram: HydraWedge SM50 ............................................................................................................................12
Wiring AC Power.............................................................................................................................................................13
Turning the Power Disconnect Switches ON .................................................................................................................14
DC Power Supply (UPS) Connections..............................................................................................................................14
Initial Setup. .........................................................................................................15
Grounding, Breather Cap Installation & Handing ..........................................................................................................16
Installing a Push Button Emergency Fast Operate (EFO) Switch ...................................................................................17
Emergency Fast Close Speeds....................................................................................................................................17
EFO Connections: Wiring Diagram.................................................................................................................................17
Installing an Emergency Fast Operate (EFO) Reset Switch Push Button Device ...........................................................18
Bi-Parting & Dual Gate Systems.............................................................................21
Connecting an Interlocked Pair (Dual Gate)....................................................................................................................21
Dual Gate Wiring Connections....................................................................................................................................22
Dual or Sequenced Gates: Power, Software & Accessory Requirements ...................................................................23
Programming a Dual Gate (Interlocked Pair) ..............................................................................................................23
Connecting Sequenced Gates........................................................................................................................................24
Sequenced Gate 1: StrongArm M30 & HydraWedge SM50...........................................................................................26
Sequenced Gate 2: StrongArm M30 & HydraWedge SM50...........................................................................................27
Sequenced Gate 3: SlideDriver & HydraWedge SM50...................................................................................................28
Sequenced Gate 4: SlideDriver & HydraWedge SM50...................................................................................................29
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Display & Menu Options........................................................................................31
Initial Setup.....................................................................................................................................................................31
Understanding the Display and Keypad ........................................................................................................................31
Menu Mode and the STC Keypad .................................................................................................................................32
Menu Mode Navigation..................................................................................................................................................32
Run Mode and the STC Keypad ...................................................................................................................................33
Viewing Operator Gate Scrolling Status.........................................................................................................................33
Stop the Status Display Scrolling.................................................................................................................................34
Change the Contrast on 7 Segment Displays..............................................................................................................34
Check the Software Version.........................................................................................................................................34
Check Time and Date..................................................................................................................................................34
User Menu.......................................................................................................................................................................35
Table 9: User Menu.........................................................................................................................................................36
Installer Menu .................................................................................................................................................................37
Table 10: Installer Menu..................................................................................................................................................38
Setting the Close Timer..................................................................................................................................................41
Test the Operator............................................................................................................................................................42
STC Inputs & Wiring. ............................................................................................43
Overview of the Smart Touch Controller.........................................................................................................................44
Integrating with Security Systems...................................................................................................................................45
Smart Touch Controller Inputs........................................................................................................................................46
STC Terminal Inputs........................................................................................................................................................46
User Relays - Programming Procedure............................................................................................................................48
Extended Relay Module Option.....................................................................................................................................51
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................53
System Diagnostic Messages..........................................................................................................................................53
Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes................................................................................................................................54
Access the Event Log through the User Menu ...............................................................................................................58
General Maintenance............................................................................................59
Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool (S.T.A.R.T.)........................................................................................................59
What You Need............................................................................................................................................................59
Installing S.T.A.R.T. Software........................................................................................................................................59
Software Maintenance.....................................................................................................................................................60
Electrical Controls...........................................................................................................................................................60
Clock Battery Replacement .........................................................................................................................................60
Mechanical Maintenance................................................................................................................................................61
Hydraulic System Maintenance.......................................................................................................................................61
Adjusting the Pressure Relief Valve.................................................................................................................................62
HydraWedge SM50 Maintenance Schedule...................................................................................................................63
HydraSupply XL Maintenance Schedule.........................................................................................................................64
HydraWedge SM50 & HydraSupply XL Specifications.......................................................................................................66
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Tables
Table 1: HydraWedge SM50 Components............................................................................................................. ii
Table 2: HydraSupply XL Wire Size Chart – 2 Horsepower, 60 Hz...................................................................... 11
Table 3: HydraSupply XL Wire Size Chart – 5 Horsepower, 60 Hz...................................................................... 11
Table 4: Smart Touch Controller Menu Mode Navigation Buttons...................................................................... 15
Table 5: Accumulator Precharge Pressure Values................................................................................................ 19
Table 6: Dual Gate Installer Menu Settings......................................................................................................... 23
Table 7: Smart Touch Controller Menu Mode Navigation Buttons...................................................................... 32
Table 8: Scrolling Status Displays........................................................................................................................ 34
Table 9: USER Menu HydraSupply XL................................................................................................................. 36
Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL...................................................................................................... 38
Table 11: Smart Touch Controller Inputs............................................................................................................. 48
Table 12: Programmable User Relays.................................................................................................................. 50
Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes, Causes and Corrective Action....................................................................... 56
Table 14: Pressure Relief Valve Settings............................................................................................................. 64
Table 15: HydraWedge SM50 Maintenance Schedule......................................................................................... 65
Table 16: HydraSupply Maintenance Schedule.................................................................................................... 66
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Welcome to HySecurity
Thank you for purchasing premium HySecurity products. At HySecurity Gate, Inc., we pride ourselves on quality.
All gate operator designs are tested for hundreds of thousands of cycles before being released to the market.
Fortified crash barrier, traffic barrier, slide, swing, and vertical lift gate operators have all received rigorous testing
and certification. Security, low maintenance, flexible configuration, and overall toughness are the foremost criteria
for all HySecurity products.
Our commitment to quality and innovation will become evident as the features and performance of the expertly
engineered and manufactured HydraWedge SM50 become familiar to you. Thank you again for the confidence
you’ve shown in becoming part of the HySecurity family and in choosing a premium industry-leading product.
HySecurity Gate, Inc. Headquarters in Kent, WA
Contact Information
Qualified HySecurity distributors are experienced and trained to assist in resolving any problems. For the name of
a qualified distributor near you, call HySecurity at 800-321-9947.
Before contacting your distributor or HySecurity Technical Support, obtain the serial number of your operator.
For information about HySecurity training for installers, maintenance personnel, and end users, refer to the
company website at www.hysecurity.com.
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Notices and Bulletins
Installers should visit HySecurity’s online Technical Support page at www.hysecurity.com or contact HySecurity
prior to installing product to make sure they have received the most up-to-date information.
Supplemental Documents
The product literature is comprehensive and contains information needed to plan, install, operate and maintain
your gate operator. Additional general information concerning HySecurity gate operators can be obtained from
the following:
• HySecurity website public domain contains published materials for UL 325 - 2016 Monitored External
Entrapment Protection sensors, www.hysecurity.com/gatesafety
• HySecurity website www.hysecurity.com - Contains links to the product catalog, product order form,
operator manuals, operator software downloads, technical support bulletins and other useful information.
• S.T.A.R.T. - Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool - User’s Guide (D0049) detailing the extensive software,
diagnostic and troubleshooting capabilities of the Smart Touch Controller board.
• DC Power Supply with HyCharger DC, supplement
• Technical Bulletins (as applicable).
NOTE: Technical Bulletins are automatically issued to registered users of HySecurity products. The product warranty registration card
can be filled out online at www.hysecurity.com.
Hazardous Materials and Proper Disposal
Be aware of the international, federal, and local codes in your area and how best to handle hazardous waste
materials.
The pump pack fluid, found in all hydraulic HySecurity operators, can be recycled. Gear oil, found in HySecurity
electromechanical gate operators, can also be recycled. If the fluids are mixed or contaminated with any solvents
or other chemicals, they become hazardous waste. Hazardous waste requirements for storage and disposal must
be followed.
CAUTION
If the gate operator has a battery backup system, the batteries contain materials that are considered hazardous
to the environment. Proper disposal of the battery is required by federal law. In the U.S.A., refer to federal EPA
guidelines for proper hazardous waste disposal.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Hazards, associated with hardened vehicle barriers, can be reduced with proper site design, installation, and
use. Installers, maintenance crews, and owners/users must read and follow the safety requirements found in the
HySecurity product documentation.
It is important that only qualified installers handle the installation of HySecurity equipment and gate operator. A
“qualified” installer has one of the following:
• A minimum of three years experience installing similar equipment
• Proof of attending a HySecurity Technical Training seminar within the past three years
• Significant manufacturer endorsements of technical aptitude in gate operator installation and operation
HySecurity vehicular barriers are marked to UL 508A for electrical safety. More importantly for high security
installations, HySecurity barriers are either engineered to meet and/or tested to ASTM F2656.
WARNING
A vehicular barrier, by its very nature, can potentially damage vehicles or equipment and injure people. Vehicle
barriers prevent unauthorized vehicular traffic from passing through a particular site. If inadvertent contact with a
hardened vehicular barrier transpires, the possibility of damage to property, and injury, or even death, to persons
may occur. It is therefore incumbent on the site designer, installer, and property owner to ensure that these hazards
are mitigated and the public is warned of the existence of a potential hazard. Read all the product safety information
prior to installation. Verify the gate operator is installed to comply with all safety standards and local and federal
regulations.
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS. Read the gate operator’s product manual and review all the
product labels and literature prior to installing, operating, or maintaining the automatic gate operator.
2. Install the barrier only in accordance with the instructional materials supplied with it.
3. Never use vehicular barriers for pedestrian traffic. Allow for pedestrian traffic separate from vehicular
traffic. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING BARRIER.
4. Never let children operate or play with barrier controls. Keep all remote controls, especially radio
transmitters, away from children. Do not allow children to play on or around the barrier.
5. Employ traffic calming features to limit speed, such as 90 degree turns just prior to the access point,
chicanes set up with bollards or jersey barriers, or other means of slowing vehicular traffic.
6. Provide clear indication that there is an active vehicular barrier in use and that there are consequences of
inadvertently or purposely running into it.
7. Keep the barrier properly maintained per the maintenance instructions provided with the equipment.
8. For detecting vehicles in the active zone and preventing closing on a vehicle in transit, it is highly
recommended to install vehicle detectors in accordance with the product documentation. KEEP
VEHICULAR BARRIERS AND GATES PROPERLY MAINTAINED. Read the product manuals. Have
a qualified service person make repairs to hardware and replace batteries in accessory or external
entrapment protection sensors on a regular basis.
9. In the case where Emergency Fast Operation (EFO) is enabled, it is highly recommended that a covered
switch be used, or some other means of mitigating the risk of accidental actuation (dual action switch,
dual palm switches, etc.).
10.Ensure the vehicular barrier is properly grounded and the incoming power matches the voltage label.
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Safety - Installer Responsibilities
NOTE: In the following safety information, the term “gate” refers to the hardware that the automatic gate operator is moving: gate,
barrier arm, bollard or wedge.
• Study all of the accompanying product literature prior to installing, operating, or maintaining the
HydraWedge SM50. Take the time required to allow for site provisions, proper installation and alignment
of the blocking plate, and verification of a fully functional operator. A proper installation will improve user
safety, reduce maintenance, guarantee longest system life, and ensure customer satisfaction.
• Install the HydraWedge SM50 according to the instructions found in the installation literature. The
foundations must be installed in soils (natural or controlled fill material) that are suitable for construction
and foundation sub grade and approved by the site engineer prior to construction.
• Verify the gate operator usage class for the site. For all gate operators other than Crash-rated, refer to
Identifying Gate Operator Category a
nd Usage Class in the product manual. Install the operator only
when the gate operator class is correct for the site, size, and type of gate.
• Install the supplied DANGER signs so they are clearly visible.
• Make sure all exposed pinch points are guarded.
• Reduce the risk of entrapment throughout the entire travel
path by making sure the gate is installed in a location which
ensures t he required clearance between the gate and adjacent
structures when opening or closing.
• Install external entrapment protection sensors so pedestrians
are protected from entrapment in both directions of gate travel and all hazard areas are fully protected.
Note that no IES exists in Crash products.
• Never disable the Warn Before Operate buzzer. This buzzer provides an alert that the gate is about to
move.
• Mount access control devices beyond reach of the gate operator. The control devices that operate the
gate must:
»» Be located in a clear line of sight to the gate. Locate controls (Open, Close, Stop/Reset) where a user
will have a clear view of the gate.
»» Be mounted beyond 6 feet (183 cm) of the gate, to prevent users from touching or accessing the gate
while operating the controls. People attempting to access the controls by reaching through or around
the gate can be seriously injured or killed by the moving gate.
»» Incorporate a security feature to prevent unauthorized use.
• Open and close the gate to confirm that it was properly installed and to ensure reduced risk of
entrapment. Verify the clearance between the gate and adjacent structures to avoid entrapment Have a
qualified technician test the gate monthly.
NOTE: When you complete the installation, demonstrate the safety features and operation of the gate operator to
the end user:
»» Clearly explain and demonstrate the consequences of removing or defeating any of the safety
features.
»» Show how to turn the power on and off.
»» Show how to use the manual override.
»» Use the Emergency Stop Button. (If an emergency stop button is not available, show the user where
the Stop button is located.)
»» Take photographs of the completed installation site and save it in your business files.
NOTE: Gate operator instructions must be given to the owner.
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Safety - Owner/User Responsibilities
As the owner/user, you are responsible for the correct and safe installation, operation and maintenance of the
HydraWedge SM50 barrier gate operator. It is of the utmost importance that you read and follow the specific
instructions and precautions found in the Important Safety Information addressed in this manual. In addition, you
must adhere to the safety standards of applicable federal, state, and local safety regulations, industry standards,
and/or procedures.
NOTICE
For installations outside the United States, make sure that you follow the applicable international, regional,
and local safety standards.
• READ AND FOLLOW IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
• Learn how to turn the power on and off. Learn how to manually operate the barrier.
• DANGER and WARNING signs supplied with the barrier gate operator must remain installed and clearly
visible on both secure and public sides of the barrier gate.
• Do not physically disable the warning buzzer and NEVER disconnect or cut its wires. The buzzer provides
compliance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) standards. Disabling the
warning buzzer may increase the risk of death or serious injury.
• Safeguard against any possible entrapment. Always use a
structural mechanical support when servicing or performing
maintenance around the equipment.
• Do not remove entrapment devices or any other safety features.
• Have a professional and qualified person routinely inspect the
equipment’s hardware and test overall barrier gate operation
and the performance of entrapment protection sensors.
• Have a qualified service person make repairs to gate hardware and equipment to keep the equipment
running smoothly.
• The equipment is used in the commercial and industrial sectors. The owner is therefore subject to legal
obligations pertaining to work safety and must conduct risk assessment, accident-prevention, and
environmental-protection per applicable regulations and on-site conditions.
»» The owner must verify over the entire life cycle of the equipment whether the instructions shipped
with the product are in compliance with the current status of regulations and, if not, be responsible for
the necessary adjustments.
»» The owner must ensure that staff and personnel who handle or maintain the equipment have read and
understand the associated product literature and instructional information.
»» The owner must ensure that required personal protective equipment is used on site.
»» The owner is responsible for the working condition of the equipment once initial commissioning has
taken place..
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Limitation of Liability
The manufacturer assumes no liability for damage in the following cases:
• Non-observance of the information available in the product manuals.
• Use of equipment deviating from its intended use
• Assignment of untrained personnel
• Unauthorized retrofitting
• Technical changes
• Use of non-approved spare parts
For special models, additional ordering options or in cases where the most recent technical changes have been
implemented, the actual scope of deliver may deviate from the explanations and representations described
here. Illustrations in this manual are intended to facilitate basic understanding and may differ from the actual
configuration.
Operation During Power Failure
DANGER
Stay clear of the blocking plate and base frame when using the manual override. Severe injury and
death can occur if public or personnel are caught inside the base frame or come in contact with the
blocking plate. Check the area around the HydraWedge SM50 and verify personnel and public are a
safe distance from the base frame and blocking wedge before attempting a manual override.
Lowering the Blocking Plate
Given the weight of the blocking plate, gravity causes the blocking plate to lower to grade level when the OPEN
solenoid valve is activated. To manually lower the blocking plate:
1. Pull up on the black OPEN solenoid valve knob located on the accumulator manifold and hold it in an
elevated (activated) position.
2. When the blocking plate is lowered and on grade, close the valve by releasing it (reseats it). If valve does
not reseat, rotate knob slightly.
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Raising the Blocking Plate (Hand Pump Operation)
NOTE: Make sure the OPEN solenoid valve on the accumulator manifold is closed. See step 2 above.
1. Check the pressure in the accumulator. If pressure exists, it’ll be easier to raise the blocking plate with the
hand pump.
2. Pull up on the red CLOSE solenoid valve knob. Twist and release it.
The valve stem must remain elevated (activated).
3. Place the handle in the hand pump bracket. Insert the locking pin to secure it.
4. Begin pumping and continue until the blocking plate is raised to the level you desire.
5. When the blocking plate is raised. Close the solenoid valve by turning the red knob until it retracts. Be
sure the valve stem drops and re-seats closed.
NOTE: If the blocking plate is raised for an extended period of time without AC or DC power, use a service strut to support the wedge
blocking plate and hold it in the raised position.
Valve Block appears with twin
HydraSupply XL models only
Control Box appears with twin
HydraSupply XL models only
MASTER LOCKOUT
MASTER LOCKOUT
OPEN INPUT 1
OPEN INPUT 1
CLOSE INPUT 1
CLOSE INPUT 1
OPEN INPUT 2
OPEN INPUT 2
CLOSE INPUT 2
CLOSE INPUT 2
OPEN INPUT 3
OPEN INPUT 3
INTERLOCK OPEN
INTERLOCK OPEN
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
EFO RESET
EFO RESET
CLOSE VALVE
OUTPUT
CLOSE VALVE
OUTPUT
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
AUXILIARY 1
AUXILIARY 1
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
AUXILIARY 2
AUXILIARY 2
AC LOSS
AC LOSS
FLUID LEVEL
INDICATOR
EFO 1
EFO 2
Hand
pump
handle
Accumulator
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EFO 1
EFO 2
LIMIT
LIMIT
Accumulator
gauge
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CLOSE
solenoid valve
(Red)
SERVICE ONLY
Drain valve
Valve Block:
Single HydraSupply XL models
OPEN
solenoid valve
(Black)
NOTE: Not all hoses shown
Tank
CAUTION
Remember to close the solenoid valves. If either the OPEN and CLOSE solenoid valves or the drain valve
remains open, the hydraulic fluid will flow back to tank, draining the accumulator completely. The
accumulator pressure gauge will show 0 psi. Without accumulator pressure, the EFO will not operate.
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Safety Notices
The following four levels of safety notices are used where applicable within this manual; each notice contains
information specific to the situation.
DANGER
Indicates death or serious injury will occur if the hazardous situation is not avoided.
WARNING
Indicates death or serious injury could occur if the hazardous situation is not avoided.
CAUTION
Indicates mild or moderate injury could occur if the hazardous situation is not avoided.
NOTICE: Indicates damage to equipment is probable if the hazardous situation in not avoided.
Common Industrial Symbols
The following international safety symbols may appear on the product or in its literature. The symbols are used
to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow these symbols to avoid
possible injury or death.
O
8
Electrical Phase
Ground
- Danger -
Entrapment
Possible
Attention
Symbol
Symbol
Keep Away
Zone
Pinch Point
- Take Note -
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Power
How to wire the operator is presented in the Installation Instructions, but detailed information about the earth
and equipment ground, wiring to AC power, and DC power considerations are described in this section.
Installing the Earth Ground
An earth ground refers to the grounding rod and accompanying equipment ground which need to be installed to
safeguard against potential electrical shock and damage to personnel and equipment.
DANGER
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.
HySecurity recommends grounding the operator with a separate earth ground rod (or a similar device) to shield
the operator against electromagnetism and other electrical
signals that may cause, erratic operation with, or damage to, the
Smart Touch Controller and other electrical parts.
For earth grounding requirements in the U.S.A., refer to the
National F
ire Protection Association (NFPA) 780 - Standard for
the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems. Highlights of
the standard include:
• The ground rod must be UL listed copper-clad steel,
solid copper, hot-dipped galvanized steel, or stainless
steel. Minimum requirements: ½ inch (13 mm) diameter
and 8 feet (244 cm) in length.
Ground lug
inside cabinet
Earth
ground
• The ground rod is driven into the earth (refer to local
codes for proper depth requirements).
• The ground rod is electrically bonded to the chassis
with a single length o
f un-spliced 6 AWG copper wire
less than 3 feet (91 cm) long. Due to thelarge concrete
foundation on crash products, make the necessary
adjustments to accommodate f or earth ground
requirements.
Consult local
codes for
required depth
• Local jurisdictions may impose other requirements
above the NEC, Article 250 and NFPA 780. Consult the local codes and regulations regarding
requirements in your area.
NOTICE: Properly grounding the gate operator is critical to gate o
perator performance and the life of its
electrical components. Use sufficient w
ire size during installation. If you do not ground the operator with a
separate earth ground, you risk voiding the HySecurity Warranty.
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AC Power Wiring: Site Considerations
CAUTION
Both HydraSupply XL and the wedge base/blocking plate must be plumb and level, and on grade with the
roadway surface. Slope drainage away from equipment and wedge base area.
Verify AC power supply wires and low voltage (accessory power) wires run through two separate conduits. The
higher voltage from the AC power supply may cause interference and anomalies in HydraWedge SM50 operation
if the high and low voltage wires are routed through the same conduit.
HySecurity gate operators are intended for permanent installation. Make sure you prepare the site with the
following main power considerations:
• Proper wiring is being used and all electrical wiring and hydraulic hoses are properly routed via conduits.
• 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 “AC
Power Wiring: Wire Size Charts”.
• The available power source matches the electrical requirements specified on the voltage nameplate.
• A 20A circuit (minimum) protected with a 20A Inverse Time Breaker is provided in the field.
NOTE: Single phase (1Ø), 208VAC, 5 hp requires a 30A circuit minimum. Installer will need to supply the 30A
breaker.
• Verify that the operator is electrically grounded per NFPA 780 and NEC Article 250, and local codes.
CAUTION
Each gate operator is built to run on a specific line power voltage and phase. Failure to ensure the source
voltage, phase and frequency match what is specified may result is severe damage to the equipment.
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AC Power Wiring: Wire Size Charts
The maximum distance shown is from the operator to the power source, assuming that source power is from a
panel box with adequate capacity to support the addition of this motor load. The values are for one operator,
with no other loads applied to the branch circuit. Avoid placing more than one operator to a circuit, but if you
must, be certain to reduce the maximum allowed wire distance by half.
NOTE: Distance shown in U.S. Standard “feet.” Metric equivalent shown in parentheses.
Table 2: HydraSupply XL Wire Size Chart – 2 Horsepower, 60 Hz
Phase Ø
Single
Single
Three Phase
Three Phase
Three Phase
VAC
208
230
208
230
460
Amps
14.2
13.6
6.5
6.2
3.1
Wire Gauge
Distance
Distance
Distance
Distance
Distance
12
110 (33m)
130 (40m)
245 (75m)
280 (85m)
1130 (344m)
10
175 (53m)
205 (62m)
390 (119m)
450 (137m)
1800 (549m)
8
280 (85m)
325 (99m)
615 (187m)
710 (216m)
2840 (866m)
6
445 (135m)
515 (157m)
975 (297m)
1130 (344m)
4550 (1387m)
4
710 (216m)
815 (248m)
1545 (471m)
1790 (546m)
7200 (2194m)
2
1130 (344m)
1305 (398m)
n/a
n/a
n/a
Table 3: HydraSupply XL Wire Size Chart – 5 Horsepower, 60 Hz
Phase Ø
Single
Three Phase
Three Phase
Three Phase
VAC
208
208
230
460
Amps
27.0
16
15.4
7.7
Wire Gauge
Distance
Distance
Distance
Distance
12
65 (20m)
100 (30m)
115 (35m)
455 (139m)
10
105 (32m)
160 (49m)
180 (55m)
725 (221m)
8
165 (50m)
250 (76m)
285 (87m)
1150 (350m)
6
260 (79m)
400 (122m)
455 (139m)
1800 (549m)
4
410 (125m)
630 (192m)
720 (219m)
2900 (884m)
2
650 (198m)
1305 (398m)
n/a
n/a
CAUTION
Single phase (1Ø), 208VAC, 5 hp requires a 30A circuit minimum. Installer will need to supply the 30A
breaker.
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MX000047
SUPPLY XL,
Hy-Security"). Any party receiving, accepting or
products or components for Hy-Security and will
r, written consent of Hy-Security.
98032-1876
OT 10 OPERATOR
HYDRASUPPLY XL
ECN NO.
1 OF 1
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LBS SHEET
N/A
REV
A
EG. L3 L2 L1
3ø ONLY
BUZZER
THERMAL
SWITCH
NO
MX4070
+
-
+
MX4068
MX4069
MX4068
INITIAL RELEASE FOR ENGINEERING
CHANGE DESCRIPTION
MOTOR, ELECTRIC,
MX001187
MX000050
DC
SWITCHES
12V BATTERY
12V BATTERY
AC POWER
SWITCH
20A BREAKER SUPPLIED
BY INSTALLER
24V FAN
MX4074
TEMP / LEVEL
SWITCH
MX3912
YELLOW
MX4071
REV BY
RAW
ENG APPR.
CHECKED
5/10/2016
REV DATE
DATE
5/10/2016
NAME
RAW
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
2 PLS (0.XX) = ± .03
3 PLS (0.XXX) = ± .005
ANGLES = ± 0.5
FLUID
TEMPERATURE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED,
DIMENSIONS ARE INCHES.
TOLERANCES IN DECIMAL:
A
DRAWN
BLK / COMMON
RED
PRESSURE
SWITCH
NO
R.063
Ø.063
MX4067
EFO 2
EFO 1
FLUID LEVEL
INDICATOR
AC LOSS
AUXILIARY 2
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
DO NOT USE
AUXILIARY 1
DO NOT USE
CLOSE VALVE
OUTPUT
EFO RESET
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INTERLOCK OPEN
OPEN INPUT 3
CLOSE INPUT 2
OPEN INPUT 2
CLOSE INPUT 1
OPEN INPUT 1
MASTER LOCKOUT
OPEN VALVE
D0773_SINGLE-ACTING
OT 10 OPERATOR
HYDRASUPPLY XL
BUZZER
A
FINISH:
N/A
N/A
MATERIAL:
WEIGHT:
LBS SHEET
1 OF 1
WIRING DIAGRAM, HYDRASUPPLY XL,
SINGLE ACTING AC
D0773_SINGLE-ACTING
PART NO.:
DESCRIPTION:
Hy-Security Gate, Inc. 6623 South 228th St. Kent, WA 98032-1876
RAISED /
CLOSE
LIMIT
OPEN /
LOWERED
LIMIT
EFO
VALVE
PRIMARY
SMART TOUCH
CLOSE
VALVE
+24V
TERMINALS
MX3912
FLUID
TEMPERATURE
MX000080
PROPRIETARY INFORMATION OF HY-SECURITY GATE, INC.
This document, and the information contained herein, are the confidential, proprietary and trade secret information of Hy-Security Gate, Inc. ("Hy-Security"). Any party receiving, accepting or
retaining this document thereby agrees to use the document, and any information contained therein, solely as may be required to manufacture products or components for Hy-Security and will
not provide this document or any information therein to any other party, or use if for any other purposed, without the express, prior, written consent of Hy-Security.
COMMON
TERMINALS
A
UNLOADER VALVE
MX000080
OPEN VALVE
A
3ø ONLY
3ø ONLY
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D0773_SINGLE-ACTING
Wiring Diagram: HydraWedge SM50
NOTE: For additional wiring diagrams, such as Emergency Fast Operate and DC Power, see Wiring Diagrams in the Reference section.
Wiring AC Power
The HydraWedge SM50 has separate Installation Instructions that explain how to connect to AC power. For
reference purposes, the same information is provided below.
Size the primary wires. Consider the voltage and length of the wire run from the main power panel. See “AC
Power Wiring: Site Considerations” on page 10.
DANGER
Turn OFF AC power at the source (circuit breaker panel) before accessing the wires in the
HydraWedge SM50. Follow facility Lock Out/Tag Out procedures. Make sure all power disconnect
switches are in the OFF position. Follow all electrical code standards and regulations.
CAUTION
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 inside the HydraSupply XL.
1. Connect to Power: Unscrew the cover of the disconnect switch. Inside, 3 terminals and a ground are
available for connection to a power source (1Ø or 3Ø). View illustration. If connecting to single phase (1Ø),
omit wires (do NOT connect) to L2 and T2 terminals.
2. Secure incoming AC power wires to their appropriate terminals.
3. Attach the green ground wire to the ground lug in the switch plate.
Wires feed to Control Box
To Control Box
Loosen screw, insert wire,
tighten screw.
L3
T3
I / ON
L2
DC Battery Disconnect
DC
T2
OFF
L1
BATTERY
I/0
T1
O / OFF
ON
OFF
UL 508A
approved
OFF
Ground
Incoming AC power wiring.
3Ø supply power connection shown.
NOTE: 1Ø optional: Omit wire to L2 and
T2 terminals if supply power is 1Ø.
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Turning the Power Disconnect Switches ON
CAUTION
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. Before
turning the power switch ON, be sure to replace the yellow vent plug with the breather cap. See page 16.
The AC power disconnect switch is located in the enclosure on the left side, below the fan.
When power is turned ON, a green
status light on the Smart Touch
Controller blinks. The status light
appears below the coin battery and
indicates that the processor is receiving
power.
DC Battery Disconnect
AC Disconnect switch
T3
Green LED flashes
indicating processor
is receiving power.
DC
T2
BATTERY
I/0
T1
ON
OFF
OFF
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
DC Power Supply (UPS) Connections
If you have a gate operator with a DC Power Supply unit, you will need to
connect the primary AC input power to the DC Power Supply.
DC Power
Supply
Cabinet
Additional 2-inch (5 cm) conduit is needed for electrical wiring
interconnections between the HydraSupply XL and DC Power Supply
cabinets. AC input power is connected to the electrical components in the
HydraSupply XL and additional wiring is run through conduit to the DC
Power Supply Cabinet.
Conduit
14
A supplemental manual (MX3645-01), shipped with the DC Power Supply
with HyCharger DC, provides further information.
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Initial Setup
HYSECURITY
GATE OPEN
HYSECURITY
GATE CLOSED
HYSECURITY
GATE STOPPED
Gate Status Displays
In most instances, when you first apply power to the operator, a status display such as GATE STOPPED will
appear on the display indicating the barrier gate is ready for use.
NOTE: At bi-parting (dual gate) sites, the operator 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 installer
must specify the dual gate type. See Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL on page 38.
DG 0 (OFF)
DUAL GATE
CAUTION
Before turning the power switch to ON, be sure to replace the yellow vent
cap with the breather cap. See page 16. Make sure all site requirements
concerning proper wiring, safety, foundation installation, and electrical
power have been met.
Five buttons on the display keypad provide operational controls. For more information, see Display & Menu
Options on page 31. To answer the initial prompts, use the Previous, Next, and Select buttons as described in
Table 4.
Table 4: Smart Touch Controller Menu Mode Navigation Buttons
To change that data appearing
in the display
To navigate through the
Selections
To choose what appears on
the display
To navigate between
menu items
Press Select.
Two left characters blink.
Press Next.
Continue pressing Next to view all
selections. (Press Previous to reverse
direction.)
Press Select.
Blinking characters
become static.
Press Next or Previous.
Advance - press Next
Previous - press Previous
The HydraSupply XL is UL 508A approved and therefore does not fall under the external monitored entrapment
protection required by UL 325 Standard of Safety. However, HySecurity highly recommends assessing your site
and providing the necessary safety equipment and precautions.
NOTE: For more information regarding HySecurity gate operators and UL 325 Standard of Safety, refer to the Quick Start - Supplement
publicly available at Gate_Safety:_HySecurity_Website
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Grounding, Breather Cap Installation & Handing
The barrier gate operator has a vent plug that keeps the hydraulic fluid from spilling during shipment. The vent
plug must be replaced by the breather cap before operating the equipment.
DANGER
Failure to perform the following procedure will cause premature pump shaft failure and void the
Warranty.
1. Remove the yellow vent plug and discard it.
2. Replace the yellow vent plug with the breather cap.
Replace yellow
vent plug with
breather cap
Ground lug
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Installing a Push Button Emergency Fast Operate (EFO)
Switch
Hardware: The Emergency Fast Operate is intended to be activated remotely by control consoles with constant
hold. On the HydraSupply XL, Terminal 23 is labeled EFO 1 and Terminal 24 is labeled EFO 2.
Software: Emergency Close (OC) has been factory set at 1 which, when EFO is activated, overrides all vehicle
detector loops, all safety non-contact and contact sensors, and closes the blocking plate within 1 second.
The Smart Touch Controller logs the activity of the EFO inputs connected to the remote control consoles. To view
log history, see Access the Event Log through the User Menu on page 58.
NOTE: The emergency close inputs are monitored, but do not cause the motor control relay or any valve outputs to energize (turn on).
Open Valve and Close Valve output are turned off and the buzzer continues to be audible until EFO Reset (Terminal 13) is activated or 5
minutes elapses.
Emergency Fast Close Speeds
Operator
HydraWedge SM50
Close Speed
1 second
EFO Connections: Wiring Diagram
Connect each EFO
control console to +24V
Common
terminals
EFO RESET Switch Connections:
Installed on site to a master
control console
+24V
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
Connect EFO 1 terminal to
master control console
Connect EFO 2 terminal to
secondary control console
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Installing an Emergency Fast Operate (EFO) Reset
Switch Push Button Device
As an enhanced safety mechanism, when the Close Limit is reached, the software enters Entrapment Mode
and the barrier gate will not operate until Entrapment Mode is reset which requires that the emergency close
input, EFO 1 and EFO 2 (Terminal 23 or 24) be de-energized and the EFO Reset input (Terminal 13) be triggered
(activated) and released.
The EFO RESET switch must be wired from Terminal 13 to the Master control console and back to COM. See EFO
Connections: Wiring Diagram on page 17.
CLOSE
CLOSEBUTTON
INPUT
1
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
OPENCONTROL
INPUT 2
RADIO
5
OPEN/CLOSE
CLOSE INPUT 2
6
OPEN
OPENPARTIAL
INPUT 3
7
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME
CLOCK OPEN
INTERLOCK
OPEN
8
FREE
FREE EXIT
EXIT DETECTOR
9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT
DETECTOR
DISABLE
CLOSE
TIMER
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE
DETECTOR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
OUTSIDEDETECTOR
OBS
VEHICLE
12
SHADOW/RESET
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE
DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
SENSOR 1
EFO RESET
COM
OUTPUT
NO
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
SENSOR
CLOSE VALVE
COM
15
VEHICLE DETECTOR
16
DO NOT USE
17
SENSOR
2 1
AUXILIARY
18
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR
3 CLOSE
PHOTO EYE
20
DO
NOT USE 2
AUXILIARY
21
CHARGER
ACLOSS
LOSS
AC
22
FLUID
LEVEL
LOCK
INTERLOCK
23
EMERG
EFO 1CLOSE
24
FIRE
EFODEPT
2 OPEN
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
STATUS
SHADOW
RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
MX000585
MX4098-01
VERSION
S/N
RS232
LED
DISPLAY
HySecurity
INDICATOR
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
WIEGAND
LIMIT
DUAL GATE
RPM
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USER 3
14
18
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
VEHICLE DETECTOR
3
STOP/BUZZER
1
INSIDE
OBSTR
OPENBUTTON
INPUT
OPEN
USER 2
2
USER 1
STOP
BUTTON
MASTER
LOCKOUT
FREE
EXIT
Connect Master Control Console to Terminal 13 (EFO RESET)
Run wire from Master Control Console to COMmon
1
MOTOR
EFO RESET Switch
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POWER
DRIVE
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A
B
COM
OPEN
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+24V
S1
COM
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Accumulator Precharge Procedure
Use dry Nitrogen for precharging the accumulator.
CAUTION
DO NOT use air or oxygen. The accumulator could explode! Verify the gas valve is secure. Check the oil
pressure gauge. It should read zero before precharging. Precharging the accumulator under pressure will
result in accurate precharge pressure.
Table 5: Accumulator Precharge Pressure Values
Model
Motor hp
Nitrogen - Precharge PSI
HydraWedge SM50 with HydraSupply XL
2 hp
1500 PSI
HydraSupply XL (used only at retro-fit sites for
power & controls)
5 hp
1500 PSI
CAUTION
Never exceed the maximum psi setting.
Take the following steps to precharge the accumulator.
1. Remove gas valve cap.
2. With the Nitrogen gas bottle valve closed, attach the charge kit hose to the gas bottle.
3. Attach gas chuck head to hose.
4. Back gas chuck stem all the way out before attaching gas chuck to the
accumulator gas valve.
5. Attach gas chuck to accumulator valve and tighten swivel nut until
hand tight. Lightly hand tighten 1/2 turn clockwise. DO NOT tighten
with a wrench as the gas valve may twist off. Verify the bleeder valve is
closed.
6. Turn gas chuck stem all the way down (CW) which depresses the
accumulator valve core.
7. Gently turn the Nitrogen gas bottle valve toward open to slowly fill
the accumulator. Shut off when gauge reaches desired precharge
pressure.
NOTE: If you exceed the precharge pressure. Close the Nitrogen gas bottle. Then,
open the bleeder valve slightly until pressure is reduced to the proper precharge.
Twin HydraSupply XL
8. Before loosening the gas valve swivel nut, turn gas chuck stem out all the way (counter clockwise) and
then, open bleeder valve.
9. Gently turn entire gas chuck counter clockwise to loosen threads. Then, turn swivel nut to remove gas
chuck from the accumulator gas valve.
10.Replace gas valve cap.
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Bi-Parting & Dual Gate Systems
Configuring two or more operators to work together as an interlocked pair (Primary/Secondary or Sally Port) or
sequenced gate system is easy to do with the Smart Touch Controller. The area of the board marked Dual Gate
employs a 3-wire RS-485 serial port for communication between the operators.
NOTE: RS-485 communication is available for networked security systems. For additional information, refer to Integrating with Security
Systems on page 45.
Connecting an Interlocked Pair (Dual Gate)
The Smart Touch Controller (STC) provides dual gate connections and programming features to connect a pair
of gate operators in a Primary/Secondary or interlocked Sally Port configuration. The software establishes the
communication protocols when wiring the two gate operators. A Primary/Secondary pair of operators can be set
for different open/close timing sequences and Sally Port gates are often used at correctional facilities. In Sally
Port configurations, one operator cannot open unless the other is fully closed. To learn how to connect the wiring
between operators, review the wire diagram on the next page.
NOTE: Both HydraSupply XL gate systems need to have compatible software versions installed on their Smart Touch Controllers.
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Dual Gate Wiring Connections
To connect an interlocked pair of gate operators, simply follow the steps below.
1. As shown in the Wire Diagram, connect a shielded communications cable to the DUAL GATE inputs in
each operator. The inputs are located near the base of the Smart Touch Controller. Be sure to connect the
wires in pairs to the same terminal ports (A-A, B-B, COM-COM) on both operators.
2. Attach a ring terminal to the shield wire and connect it to the Smart Touch Controller’s convenient ground
screw.
CAUTION
Connect the ground shield wire to only one operator, not both. Use only 18-20 gauge twisted and shielded wire. To
operate properly, both Smart Touch Controllers must be using the same software version.
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
STOP BUTTON
2
OPEN BUTTON
3
CLOSE BUTTON
3
CLOSE BUTTON
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
8
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
SENSOR 1
SENSOR 1
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR 3
20
DO NOT USE
21
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
LOCK INTERLOCK
23
EMERG CLOSE
17
SENSOR 2
18
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR 3
20
DO NOT USE
21
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
LOCK INTERLOCK
23
EMERG CLOSE
STATUS
STATUS
VERSION
S/N
RPM
COM
A
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
VERSION
S/N
LIMIT
COM
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
WIEGAND
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
DUAL GATE
MX000585
FIRE DEPT OPEN
LED
WIEGAND
LIMIT
24
HySecurity
RS232
RS232
FIRE DEPT OPEN
LED
VEHICLE DETECTOR
MX000585
SHADOW
RESET
SHADOW
RESET
DISPLAY
24
HySecurity
VEHICLE DETECTOR
SENSOR 2
18
NO
DO NOT USE
DISPLAY
17
16
COM
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DO NOT USE
SENSOR
COM
15
VEHICLE DETECTOR
16
NO
14
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
15
COM
USER 3
SENSOR
COM
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
USER 3
14
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
7
INSIDE
OBSTR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OPEN PARTIAL
FREE
EXIT
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
OPEN/CLOSE
6
USER 2
9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
5
USER 1
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
INSIDE
OBSTR
8
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
FREE
EXIT
7
USER 2
OPEN PARTIAL
USER 1
OPEN/CLOSE
6
MOTOR
OPEN BUTTON
MOTOR
STOP BUTTON
2
STOP/BUZZER
STOP/BUZZER
1
1
5
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
DUAL GATE
RPM
COM
A
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
COM
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Dual or Sequenced Gates: Power, Software & Accessory Requirements
When installing an interlocked pair, the following must be adhered to:
• An electrical conduit for interconnecting wires must span between the two operators. The interlock (dual
gate) RS-485 communication wires and any low voltage control wires must be installed in a conduit that is
separate from the high voltage power cables.
• Complete the installation of both operators as separate machines and verify that their basic functions are
correct as solo operators before interconnecting them.
• Be sure both operators are running the same software. The software version can be viewed on the display
by pressing the RESET button.
• For up-to-date features, keep the most current software loaded on both gate operators. Software
downloads are available at www.hysecurity.com. Make it part of your maintenance routine to check for
and install software updates on a regular basis.
• External control inputs (vehicle detectors and external entrapment protection sensors) may be connected
to either gate operator in a Primary/Secondary configuration, but in a Sally Port configuration, each gate
operator controls only those devices wired to it.
NOTE: If using the Hy8Relay on a Primary/Secondary dual gate system, connect it to the dual gate spades on the
Primary controller.
Programming a Dual Gate (Interlocked Pair)
Both gate operators must be programmed so they know what function they are to perform as Primary and
Secondary or Sally Port A and Sally Port B. (Sally Port A most often being the
first gate to open for incoming traffic.) The Installer Menu provides the Dual
Gate (DG) menu item that sets up the functionality of the gate operators.
Access this menu item by taking the following steps:
Status Display
DG 0 (OFF)
DUAL GATE
Press Menu twice at
the gate status display.
User Menu
Installer Menu
Dual Gate
CT 0 or HC 1
FD 0
DG 0
Press Next until DG
characters appear.
Press Select so DG
characters blink.
Press Next to change
the display. Refer to
chart below.
To access the Installer Menu,
press and hold Reset & Open,
and then release them.
Refer to the Table 6 below to set the operator’s functionality. Refer to Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL on page 38.
Table 6: Dual Gate Installer Menu Settings
Interlocked Gate type
Operator 1 (Primary)
Operator 2 (Secondary)
Sally Port
Press Next until DG 3 appears on the display.
Press Select to establish the operator as
Sally Port A.
Press Next until DG 4 appears on the display.
Press Select to establish the operator as
Sally Port B.
Primary / Secondary
Synchronous: 2 HydraSupply XL
Press Next until DG 2 appears on the display.
Press Select to establish the operator as Primary.
Press Next until DG 1 appears on the display.
Press Select to establish the operator as Secondary.
Primary / Secondary
Asynchronous
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Press Next until DG 5 appears on the display.
Press Select to establish the operator as Primary.
Press Next until DG 6 appears on the display.
Press Select to establish the operator as Secondary.
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Connecting Sequenced Gates
Sequenced gates are slightly different than dual or interlocked gates. Usually, when two gate operators are
connected as sequenced gates, a faster “Traffic Control Gate” operator and a slower “Security Gate” operator
operate in sequence to help prevent tailgating or unauthorized entry. Both operators open (Security Gate first
followed by the Traffic Control Gate) and allow a vehicle through, but the faster moving Traffic Control Gate
closes quickly once its reset/center loop and all obstruction loops are cleared. Upon reaching its closed limit,
the Traffic Control Gate signals the Security Gate to close. Note that all shared vehicle detector loops must be
cleared before the Security Gate closes.
NOTE: An emergency open or close overrides the gate sequencing and acts upon both gates simultaneously.
The Smart Touch Controller (STC) provides the sequenced gate connections and programming features, and the
STC software establishes the communication protocols when wiring the sequenced gate operators. To learn how
to connect the wiring between operators, review the Wire Diagram below.
CAUTION
The operators do not have to be of the same type, but both need to have identical software versions installed on
the Smart Touch Controller. For example, a StrongArm can be sequenced with a HydraWedge SM50 to provide
both personnel security and crash provisions. The inherent STC software integrates seamlessly between operators
and software protocols and allows RS-485 communication for networked security systems. Refer to Integrating with
Security Systems on page 45 for additional information.
To connect a sequenced pair of gate operators, follow the steps on the next page.
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
2
OPEN BUTTON
CLOSE BUTTON
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
8
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
10
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
SENSOR 1
SENSOR 1
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR 3
20
DO NOT USE
21
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
LOCK INTERLOCK
17
SENSOR 2
18
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR 3
20
DO NOT USE
STATUS
STATUS
COM
A
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
EMERG CLOSE
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LED
COM
HySecurity
LIMIT
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
WIEGAND
RPM
23
24
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
DUAL GATE
WIEGAND
LIMIT
LOCK INTERLOCK
RS232
RS232
FIRE DEPT OPEN
LED
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VERSION
S/N
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
SHADOW
RESET
SHADOW
RESET
MX000585
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24
DISPLAY
23
HySecurity
21
VEHICLE DETECTOR
SENSOR 2
18
NO
DO NOT USE
DISPLAY
17
16
COM
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DO NOT USE
SENSOR
COM
15
VEHICLE DETECTOR
16
NO
14
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
15
COM
USER 3
SENSOR
COM
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
USER 3
14
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
7
9
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
OPEN PARTIAL
INSIDE
OBSTR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
OPEN/CLOSE
6
VEHICLE DETECTOR
9
5
USER 2
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
INSIDE
OBSTR
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
8
VEHICLE DETECTOR
7
USER 2
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN PARTIAL
FREE
EXIT
3
USER 1
CLOSE BUTTON
FREE
EXIT
OPEN BUTTON
USER 1
2
6
STOP/BUZZER
STOP BUTTON
MOTOR
1
3
5
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
STOP/BUZZER
STOP BUTTON
MOTOR
1
DUAL GATE
RPM
COM
A
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
COM
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1. As shown in the wire diagram on page 24, connect a shielded communications cable to the DUAL
GATE inputs in each operator. The inputs are located near the base of the Smart Touch Controller. Be sure
to connect the wires in pairs to the same terminal ports (A-A, B-B, COM-COM) on both operators.
2. Attach a ring terminal to the shield wire and connect it to the Smart Touch Controller’s convenient ground
screw.
NOTE: Connect the ground shield wire to only one operator, not both. Use only 18-20 gauge twisted and shielded wire.
Sequenced gates are very similar to dual gates (interlocked pair) in their Power, Software, and Accessory Requirements.
To review the installation site requirements, refer to Dual or Sequenced Gates: Power, Software & Accessory
Requirements on page 23.
SG 0
SEQUENCED GATE
Status Display
Press Menu twice at
the gate status display.
Press Next until “SG”
characters appear.
User Menu
Installer Menu
CT 0 or HC 1
FD 0
Sequence Gate
To access the Installer Menu,
press and hold Reset & Open,
and then release them.
Status Display
Press Select again and a gate status
display appears indicating the sequenced
gate entry had been accepted.
SG 0
Press Select so “SG” characters blink.
Press Next to change the display:
SG 1 = Sequenced Gate #1 configuration
SG 2 = Sequenced Gate #2 configuration
SG 3 = Sequenced Gate #3 configuration (only used with HydraSupply XL)
SG 4 = Sequenced Gate #4 configuration (only used with HydraSupply XL)
NOTE: Set gate operators on the site to the uniquely paired number. Refer to the site designs
on the following pages.
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Sequenced Gate 1: StrongArm M30 & HydraWedge SM50
P
U
B
L
IC
Vehicle Loop Layout: SG 1
Outside Obstruction Loop
for
Traffic Control Gate
(StrongArmPark DC)
or
Exit Loop for Security Gate
4 foot (122 cm)
Reset Loop
StrongArmPark DC
Traffic Control Gate
Loop may be offset from C/L
of barrier arm
Outside Obstruction Loop
for Security Gate
8 inches (20 cm)
HydraWedge SM50
(shown in raised position)
Security Gate
8 inches (20 cm)
Inside Obstruction Loop
for both gate operators
If
loop is used as a Free Exit,
you must install an Outside
Obstruction Loop
Guard Station
E
4 foot (122 cm)
S
E
C
U
R
HydraSupply XL
Free Exit Loop
for both gate operators
(optional)
Bi-directional Traffic Flow
Drawings not to scale.
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P
U
B
L
IC
Vehicle Loop Layout: SG 2
Outside Obstruction Loop
for
both gate operators
8 inches (20 cm)
HydraWedge SM50
(shown in raised position)
Security Gate
8 inches (20 cm)
StrongArmPark DC
Traffic Control Gate
Center Loop
Loop may be offset from C/L
of barrier arm
Inside Obstruction Loop for
Security Gate
4 foot (122 cm)
Inside Obstruction Loop
(Traffic Control Gate)
Free Exit for both
gate operators
(optional)
U
S
E
C
HydraSupply XL
R
E
Guard Station
Bi-directional Traffic Flow
Drawings not to scale.
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Sequenced Gate 3: SlideDriver & HydraWedge SM50
P
U
B
L
IC
Vehicle Loop Layout: SG 3
Outside Obstruction Loop
Plugs into
HydraWedge SM50
(Security Gate)
8 inches (20 cm)
HydraWedge SM50
(shown in raised position)
Security Gate
8 inches (20 cm)
Use as
Inside Obstruction Loop
in HydraWedge SM50
and, in Slide gate,
plug into and program as
Outside Obstruction Loop
4 foot (122 cm)
SlideDriver
Security Gate
4 foot (122 cm)
Guard Station
Inside Obstruction Loop
connnected to the
Slide gate
(Security Gate)
S
E
C
U
R
E
HydraSupply XL
*NOTICE
Bi-directional Traffic Flow
Loops may be plugged into either gate operator’s controller.
If a communication failure occurs, an ALERT 22 (AL 22) appears and the buzzer sounds.
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Sequenced Gate 4: SlideDriver & HydraWedge SM50
Vehicle Loop Layout: SG 4
B
L
IC
Outside Obstruction Loop
for Traffic Gate
(SlideDriver)
P
U
4 foot
(122 cm)
SlideDriver
Security Gate
4 foot (122 cm)
Use as
Outside Obstruction Loop
in HydraWedge SM50
and, in Slide gate,
plug into and program as
Inside Obstruction Loop
8 inches (20 cm)
HydraWedge SM50
(shown in raised position)
Security Gate
8 inches (20 cm)
Inside Obstruction Loop
plug into and program
HydraWedge SM50
(Security Gate)
E
Guard Station
S
E
C
U
R
HydraSupply XL
Bi-directional Traffic Flow
*NOTICE
Loops may be plugged into either gate operator’s controller.
If a communication failure occurs, an ALERT 22 (AL 22) appears and the buzzer sounds.
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Display & Menu Options
Highly sophisticated software provides three different modes of operation: run, program, and fault. How to
navigate using the Smart Touch Controller (STC) keypad, interpret status display codes and program the operator
is found in this section.
CAUTION
Gate operator software is updated on occasion. Check www.hysecurity.com for latest software releases.
Initial Setup
Once you have completed the installation, attached the wired control panels, accessories and vehicle loops, and
turned the power ON, you’re ready to program the operator. Two different approaches exist:
• Connect a laptop computer to the serial (RS-232) port, check
for the most current software version and then set the operator
menu configurations via the S.T.A.R.T software.
NOTE: Use a laptop computer at your place of business to conveniently
download the free START software and most current software version
from www.hysecurity.com before heading out into the field. This makes
it easy to adjust settings using a laptop.
• Manually navigate through the User and Installer Menus using
the STC keypad. The instructions for performing this second
option are provided in this section.
Understanding the Display and Keypad
The STC display and keypad provide access to the operator’s sophisticated
software and functionality.
Three different operational modes exist:
HYSECURITY
GATE STOPPED
• Run Mode – gate is operational, awaiting commands.
• Menu Mode – motor disengages and operator commands are
ignored. Data entry, menu navigation, and menu selection can be
accomplished via the keypad or through a START software connection
using the RS-232 port.
• Fault Mode – alerts, faults, or errors appear on the display. Some
errors or faults can be reset with the Reset button while more serious
faults require additional troubleshooting. Fault mode indicates a need
for diagnosis and resolution. Refer to Troubleshooting on page 53.
The keypad lets you navigate, change, or clear the information in the display
menus. The singular use of these keys is dependent on the operator mode. The
buttons with text above and below have two functions. Use these buttons to enter
operating commands or navigate through the User and Installer Menus.
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Menu Mode and the STC Keypad
In Menu Mode, the motor disengages and operator commands are ignored. Data entry, menu navigation, and
menu selection can be accomplished using the buttons on the Smart Touch Controller keypad.
NOTE: Menu Mode automatically returns to Run Mode if no activity (i.e. key presses) occurs for two minutes.
32-character display provides
information about the menu items.
Two blinking characters
indicate that the display
will accept changes.
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
The Reset button is disabled while in
Menu Mode.
Next or Previous
Navigational buttons.
Pressing Next or Previous
scrolls through the selections.
LED
Pressing Select causes the left most two
characters to blink, (CT in the example),
which indicates the display is ready to
accept changes to a menu setting.
Use the navigational buttons to view
selections. Press Select a second time to accept what appears on the
display. Entry mode is exited, the two characters stop blinking, and
Next or Previous must be pressed to move onto a different display.
Pressing Menu exits to Run mode.
Function
Green
= Run/Operate
Red
= Fault Mode
Blue
= Menu Mode
The Menu button accesses Menu mode.
When the menu item is selected and blinking,
the Menu button has no function. However,
pressing Menu when the 2 characters are
static (not blinking), returns the operator to
Run Mode.
Menu Mode Navigation
Navigating within the program menus is easy once you learn how the keypad buttons function. Refer to the
following chart.
Table 7: Smart Touch Controller Menu Mode Navigation Buttons
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To change menu item
appearing in the display
To navigate through the
menu item selections
To choose item that appears
on the display
To navigate between
menu items
Press Select.
Two left characters blink.
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
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Run Mode and the STC Keypad
The Run Mode displays appear static when the operator is ready and waiting for a run command. When the
display is flashing GATE OPENING or GATE CLOSING, a command has been received and the barrier gate is in
motion. The command may come from a variety of sources: a card reader, push-button remote, or recognition of
a vehicle passing over a loop detector. In all cases, the operator “runs” the motor when it receives an operational
command.
Three displays indicate the position or status of the gate. The keypad entry used to access the User or Installer
menus, begins at one of these Run Mode displays.
32-character display
identifies operator
status.
HYSECURITY
GATE OPEN
HYSECURITY
GATE CLOSED
Pressing Reset clears
alerts or faults and
returns to Run Mode.
NOTE: Press Reset at
any Run mode status
display to view the
software version. For
example: h4.55
HYSECURITY
GATE STOPPED
Pressing Open,
Close, or Stop causes
the gate to perform
the command.
Pressing Menu scrolls
through operator status
displays and accesses the
User Menu.
NOTE: Pressing the Menu
button twice, bypasses
the operator status
displays.
Run Mode Displays
NOTE: To access the User or Installer menus, the motor cannot be engaged and the gate cannot be moving.
Viewing Operator Gate Scrolling Status
Press the Menu button once and the operator status displays scroll past in two second intervals. Pertinent
information appears to provide a quick overview of the operator’s status or configurations.
The type of information that may scroll across the display includes: interlocked or sequenced gate (if applicable),
operator type (OT), Usage Class (UC), buss voltage, and life cycle counter.
OT 10 OPERATOR
HYDRASUPPLY XL
UC 4
USAGE CLASS
Example of Operator Status Displays
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The following table describes the scrolling status displays in the HydraSupply XL models.
Table 8: Scrolling Status Displays
Operator Status Display
Dual Gate or Sequenced Gate
Operator Type (OT)
Variables
This display only appears when the operator is
used in interlocked or sequenced gate systems and
indicates the function of the operator. Bi-Parting &
Dual Gate Systems on page 21.
Indicates, in an interlocked or dual gate setting,
whether the operator is set to Primary or Secondary
or Sequenced Gate configuration. The setting is
assigned in the Installer Menu.
OT 10 = HydraSupply XL
Indicates and identifies the operator.
1, 2, 3, or 4
Displays the operator’s Usage Class designation
per UL 325 standards. In the case of the UL 508A
compliant HydraSupply XL and other CRASH barrier
and gate operators, the usage class is automatically
set to 4.
The number varies depending on the voltage that
the power supply is providing.
Input voltage (DC Buss voltage) to the STC is shown.
Helps to determine proper power connections.
One cycle equals a full open and close sequence.
Increments every time the open limit is reached.
Displays the number of cycles the gate operator has
incurred. Similar to an odometer, it resets to zero
after 999,999 cycles.
The first menu item in the User Menu.
Displays the number of seconds before the open
gate initiates closure.
Usage Class (UC)
Input Voltage VDC
Cycle Count (CC)
Description
Close Timer (CT)
NOTE: You can also access the Installer Menu from
this display.
Stop the Status Display Scrolling
To stop the operator status display scroll and focus on one item, press Select. Press Select a second time, to
resume the scrolling display.
Change the Contrast on 7 Segment Displays
NOTE: Since sunlight does not affect readability on the OLED display, changing the display contrast is not available on models shipped
with the 32 character display.
While the operator status displays are scrolling, you can change the contrast by pressing the up or down arrow
keys. The display’s contrast changes accordingly.
Check the Software Version
Press Reset. The display indicates the software version loaded on the gate operator. To upload software, you will
need a PC laptop. For more information, see Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool (S.T.A.R.T.) on page 59.
Check Time and Date
An easy way to determine if your operator is set for the correct date and time
zone can be accomplished by taking the following steps:
1. While in Run mode (gate status appears in the display), press and hold the STOP
button.
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
The date DD/MM and time HH:MM appears.
2. If you need to account for the time zone, refer to the Set Clock “CL” item in the
User Menu. Refer to Table 9: USER Menu HydraSupply XL on page 36.
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User Menu
The User Menu consists of several items which can be modified using the Smart Touch Controller keypad.
Access:
Pressing the Menu button, at one of the static gate status displays, causes the operator status displays to scroll
past, stop and display the first user menu item.
When the CT, Close Timer (or HC, Hold to Close) display appears, it means you have accessed the User Menu.
The Close Timer display is the first in a cyclical series of User Menu displays.
NOTE: To access the User Menu, the operator must be in Run Mode. To bypass the operator status displays, press the Menu button
twice.
Use the navigational buttons, Select, Next, and Previous to change or view the menu functions. Refer to Table 7:
Smart Touch Controller Menu Mode Navigation Buttons on page 32
Table 9: USER Menu HydraSupply XL on page 36 describes the User Menu items and supplies the factory
defaults. (Factory default settings shown in bold.)
Terminal 1 MASTER LOCKOUT
Terminal 2 OPEN INPUT 1
OPEN BUTTON
3
CLOSE BUTTON
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
6
OPEN PARTIAL
7
Terminal 8
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
8
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
Terminal 9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
Terminal 10
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 11
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 12
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
VEHICLE DETECTOR
OPEN/CLOSE
INTERLOCK OPEN
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
Smart Touch Controller
INSIDE
OBSTR
5
Terminal 7
USER 2
Terminal 6 OPEN INPUT 3
9
STOP/BUZZER
2
USER 1
Inputs Label
HydraSupply XL
STOP BUTTON
FREE
EXIT
Terminal 5 CLOSE INPUT 2
1
MOTOR
Terminal 4 OPEN INPUT 2
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
Terminal 3 CLOSE INPUT 1
SENSOR 1
SENSOR
COM
15
COM
NO
16
17
SENSOR 2
Terminal 16 DO NOT USE
18
DO NOT USE
Display & Keypad
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 14 CLOSE VALVE
Terminal 15 OUTPUT
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
USER 3
14
Terminal 13 EFO RESET
DO NOT USE
STATUS
AUXILIARY 1
AUXILIARY 2
Terminal 24 EFO 2
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LOCK INTERLOCK
LIMIT
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
DUAL GATE
RPM
OT 10 OPERATOR
HYDRASUPPLY XL
COM
A
B
WIEGAND
FLUID LEVEL
INDICATOR
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
23
Terminal 21 AC LOSS
Terminal 22
21
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 20
DO NOT USE
RS232
Terminal 19
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
SENSOR 3
20
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
Terminal 18 DO NOT USE
19
ARMING
SHADOW
RESET
LOOP
Terminal 17
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
COM
RADIO OPTIONS:
OPEN = Open Input 2, T4
S1 = EFO Reset, T13
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Table 9: User Menu
Table 9: USER Menu HydraSupply XL
User Menu
Setting Options
CT 0 (OFF)
0 = Timer disabled (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
1 second to 99 seconds
Menu Tasks & Explanations
STC Wire
Connections
The Close Timer assigns how many seconds before the open gate
initiates closure. It provides a security precaution in case a CLOSE
pulse is missed.
Not applicable (N/A)
Keep the setting at 0 if a hard-wired, push-button control device is
being used. Refer to HC.
1
NOTE: When the Hold to Close is set to 1 or more seconds, the
Close Timer display does not appear and HC 1 becomes the User
Menu entry display.
HC 0 (OFF)
0 = off
HOLD TO CLOSE
1 = on
COM
The default setting of 0 produces a gate closure when a
momentary signal is transmitted.
Close
0 = Momentary open signal
1 = Requires constant “hold to close” contact, such as a push
button connection to a console or panel.
2
NOTE: A setting of 1 deactivates the automatic close timer and
causes its menu item to disappear from the display choices. The
Hold to Close (HC) replaces the Close Timer (CT) display as the
User Menu entry display.
3
HO (OFF)
0 = off
Similar to Hold to Close, but configures the Open inputs.
COM
HOLD TO OPEN
1 = on
0 = Momentary open signal
Open
1 = Requires constant “hold to open” contact, such as a push
button connection to a console or panel.
AP 0
AC LOSS
COM
2 = AUTO OPEN
Appears on DC powered operators only. The setting
configures how the gate functions when AC power fails. For
more information, see the supplemental documentation that
accompanies the HyCharger DC.
3 = NO CLOSE TIMER
HyInverter AC is not for use on the HydraSupply XL.
BF 3 (ON DURING)
0 = off
WARN BEFORE OPER
1 = warning buzzer on throughout
gate travel
Controls the warn-before-operate buzzer and can be configured
three ways:
0 = UPS FAIL OPEN
1 = UPS FAIL CLOSE
4
2 = warning buzzer on for 2
seconds of gate travel
5
3 = warning buzzer on
during gate travel
Terminal #21
Not applicable (N/A)
Set to 0: Buzzer is disabled. The buzzer will still beep if alerts,
faults, errors, or entrapment occur.
Set to 1: Buzzer beeps for 3 seconds before gate moves and
continues through entire length of travel.
Set to 2: Buzzer beeps for 3s before gate moves and continues for
2s of travel.
Set to 3: Buzzer beeps when gate starts to move and continues
throughout gate travel.
PE 0 (OFF)
0 = off
PHOTO EYE ALIGN
1 = on
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Photo Eye Close
Set to 1, the operator serves as an aide in photo eye alignment.
In the HydraSupply XL, the photo eye is not monitored as the
SENSOR COM terminals 14 & 15 have been replaced by the CLOSE +24 V
VALVE output. If the installer connects to Terminal 19 with a photo COM
eye, it requires a normally open contact, since the HydraSupply
XL falls under the Build Year 1 guidelines (even though it is
manufactured in Build Year 2).
If the operator doesn’t run when the power switch is initially
turned ON and a command is given, check the alignment of the
photo eye and the photo eye connections.
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CL 0
0 = off
SET CLOCK
1 = on
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To adjust the hour, minute, day, or month to a different time zone,
select 1. Once the clock is set, press Menu. You exit the Set Clock
Menu and the display returns to the 0 setting. It is important to
adjust the clock for the operator’s time zone because significant
events are time and date stamped which provides historical
operation data.
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Table 9: USER Menu HydraSupply XL
User Menu
8
Setting Options
LG 0 (OFF)
0 = off
VIEW EVENT LOG
1 = on
DS 0 (OFF)
0 = off (standard)
DIAGNOSTIC LOGS
1 = on (detailed)
Menu Tasks & Explanations
With v4.52 (or higher) version of software, set LG to 1 to view
abbreviated event logs. These messages are helpful for diagnostic
purposes and reviewing the gate operator’s event history. Over
300 events can be logged before the software begins overwriting
the oldest events. See Access the Event Log through the User
Menu on page 58.
N/A
Set to 0, the STC records pertinent operator events such as faults,
errors, or menu manipulation. When experiencing intermittent
problems, set this item to 1 to record all operator open and close
events, in addition to the normal alert, fault and error logs.
To read the log file, see
the User Menu item LG
(available on software
version 4.52 and higher).
Alternatively, an RS-232
cable and PC laptop
computer loaded with
HySecurity free S.T.A.R.T.
software can be used.
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When set to 1, the reaction of the gate operator is delayed.
The slowdown in operation occurs because the gate operator’s
microprocessor is recording a large volume of events. Be aware
and use the # 1 setting sparingly. If the installer does not reset the
diagnostic log to 0, the parameter automatically resets (standard
default 0, pertinent data log) after a 24-hour period. With the
Diagnostic Log set to 0, the automatic gate returns to normal
operations.
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PD 0
SET PASSWORD
0 = Off
1 = On (Set Password)
10
STC Wire
Connections
A System Address (SA) value in the installer Menu must be set to a
non-zero number before the Set Password display appears in the
User Menu.
To enter a password (up to 16 characters) for network
connectivity, select a non-zero number. You can use the menu
navigation buttons to enter the password. When the password is
set/selected, the display returns to the 0 setting.
Network: RS-232 or
RS-485
WinPC configuration
Installer Menu
The Installer Menu items provide more advanced configurations for the gate operators.
Access to the Installer Menu is through the User Menu. The navigational buttons are the
same in both menu modes. Refer to Menu Mode Navigation on page 32.
HYSECURITY
GATE STOPPED
Access:
While a static gate status is being displayed, press the Menu button twice. (Bypasses the
operator status displays.)
When the Close Timer display appears (Hold to Close, if the Close Timer display is
hidden):
1. Access the Installer Menu by simultaneously pressing and holding the Reset and
Open buttons.
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
2. Release both buttons and the display changes, indicating you have arrived at the
first item in the Installer Menu.
NOTE: Installer Menu options can also be configured through the use of a laptop
computer and S.T.A.R.T. software. See Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool
information found on the HySecurity website: www.hysecurity.com
Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL on page 38 describes the Installer Menu
items and supplies the factory defaults. (Factory settings shown in bold.)
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Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL
Installer Menu
Menu Tasks & Explanations
STC Wire
Connections
Menu item only appears if it is not set at the factory. For example, when
the Smart Touch Controller is being replaced. Model number appears on
StrongArm CRASH, HydraSupply XL, HydraSwing, WedgeSmart DC, and
StrongArmPark DC.
MN 0
0 = Disabled.
MODEL NUMBER
1 = One Smart Touch
Controller exists in the
HydraSupply XL.
MN 1 SET MODEL #
2 = Two Smart Touch
Controllers exist in one
HydraSupply XL. **
SINGLE STC
1
Setting Options
N/A
For the HydraSupply XL (OT 10), the model number provides information
about the site. Depending on site configuration and need, one Smart Touch
Controller can operate 1 wedge barrier (solo). Two Smart Touch Controllers
can also be housed in one HydraSupply XL. Each STC operates one wedge
barrier.
MN 2 SET MODEL #
Settings:
DUAL STC
0 = Disabled. No operation can occur until the model number is set to a
non-zero number.
1 = One Smart Touch Controller, one motor exists in the HydraSupply XL.
2 = Two Smart Touch Controllers, one motor exists in one HydraSupply XL.
If MN is set to 2, the operator remains disabled until the dual gate (DG) is
changed to a non-zero value and communication with the other controller has
been established.
**NOTE: If using MN 1, the DG settings affords asynchronous operation,
5 and 6. See Dual Gates section on page 21. When MN is set to 2, the
Sequenced Gate (SG) Installer Menu item is hidden and unavailable.
FD 0 (CUSTOM)
FACTORY DEFAULTS
0 = user settings
(custom)
1 = reload factory settings
2
Setting 1 resets any custom programmed menu items to the factory defaults
for the specific operator type. Changing FD to 1, globally restores all menu
settings back to newly shipped operator condition.
N/A
CAUTION
Customized menu settings are lost and will need to be reprogrammed. Prior
to resetting the gate operator’s menu items to their factory floor defaults, you
may save your customized menu settings using a PC laptop & S.T.A.R.T.
DG 0 (OFF)
0 = solo operator (off)
DUAL GATE
1 = Secondary unit
This menu item appears if the sequenced gate menu item (SG) is set to 0 (off).
2 = Primary unit
4 = Sally Port B
For HydraSupply XL settings 5 & 6 distinguish between controllers in an
asynchronous operation scenario. The model number MN must be set to 2 for
options 5 & 6 to appear.
5 = Primary Controller in
HydraSupply XL
Designating DG as 0, means RS-485 communication is off and the system is not
looking to establish communication with another gate operator.
3 = Sally Port A
3
Establishes communication after wiring dual gate connections between two
operators in Primary/Secondary or Sally Port site configurations.
Dual Gate COM
(Gate 1) to Dual
Gate COM (Gate
2)
A to A
B to B
6 = Secondary Controller in
same HydraSupply XL
1 = Loop Layout/Site #1
Establishes communication after wiring two gate operators as sequenced
gates. The SG menu item only appears if the Dual Gate menu item (DG) is set
to 0 (off) and MN is set to 1.
Connect Dual
Gate COM
(Traffic Gate) to
2 = Loop Layout/Site #2
Loop Layout scenarios:
3 = Loop Layout/Site #3
1 & 2 for use when sequencing wedge barrier (security control) with a barrier
arm gate (traffic control)
Dual Gate COM
(Security Gate)
SG 0 (OFF)
0 = off
SEQUENCED GATE
4 = Loop Layout/Site #4
4
A to A
B to B
3 & 4 for use when sequencing wedge barrier with a security gate
For more information, see Connecting Sequenced Gates on page 24.
After selecting SG settings, consider accessing the User Menu in each gate
operator to address the Close Timer (CT) setting which will help ensure closure
in the allotted time frame if using the barrier for traffic control.
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N/A
CH 0 (AC)
0 = AC powered charger
Default 0, Set at Factory
CHARGER TYPE
1 = Solar powered charger
CH, Charger Type ONLY appears on an DC-powered operators and allows for a
designation of the solar charger type.
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Installer Menu
EC 0 STOP ONLY
EYE CLOSE LOGIC
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7
Setting Options
0 = Photo Eye Close eye
stops only
1 = Two second reversal
to open on swing, slide,
or vertical gates. Reverse
to full open with barrier
gates, StrongArm M30 and
StrongArm M50.
DT 0 FREE EXIT
0 = Disable Free Exit
DISABLE FUNCTION
1 = Disable Close Timer
Menu Tasks & Explanations
On HydraSupply XL (OT 10), a Terminal 19 connection (Photo Eye Close) only
accepts normally open inputs. If the close photo eye is triggered, the default
setting is to stop with non-reversal while the barrier is raising (close direction
of travel). With the optional setting of EC 1, the wedge’s blocking plate stops
and reverses to full open (roadway open), and then resumes moving close if
the photo eye clears within 5 seconds
Photo Eye Close
Configures DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR (Terminal #9) input to disable either
the Free Exit Detector function or, alternately, the Close Timer function. The
default setting disables the free exit detector.
DISABLE EXIT
DETECTOR (#9)
When set to 0, the free exit is disabled while the gate rests on its closed limit.
If the closed limit is not tripped, the free exit continues to work normally.
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STC Wire
Connections
(Terminal 19)
COM
+24V
COM
The default (1) is for full reversal when the Outside Obstruction Loop is
triggered. A setting of 0 causes the gate to only pause when triggered. The
gate closure begins as soon as the loop is clear again. *A setting of 2 is
available on CRASH barriers and provides for the most secure facilities where
it is essential that the loop trigger is completely ignored and the barrier
continues closing without pause or reversal.
OUTSIDE OBS
LOOP (#11)
INSIDE OBS LOOP
(#10)
2 = Ignore and continue
closing*
The default is for full reversal when the Inside Obstruction Loop is triggered.
A setting of 0 causes the gate to only pause when triggered. Closure begins
as soon as the loop is clear again. *A setting of 2 is only available on CRASH
barriers and provides for the most secure facilities where it is essential that
the loop trigger is completely ignored and the barrier continues closing
without pause or reversal.
DL 1 STANDARD
1 = Standard
Determines how the operator responds to vehicle detector activations.
DETECTOR LOGIC
2 = Quick Close
1 = Standard closure logic. The Close Timer count down doesn’t begin until
loops are released.
STC Terminals: 10
through 12
OR 1 REVERSE
0 = Pause closing only
OUTSIDE OBS LOOP
1 = Enable reversing to
open
2 = Ignore and continue
closing*
IR 1 REVERSE
0 = Pause closing only
INSIDE OBS LOOP
1 = Enable reversing to
open
9
3 = Immed Close (OOLD and
IOLD tripped simultaneously)
10
2 = Quick Close When open limit reached, even though the loops are active,
the Close Timer (CT) begins counting down.
COM or
connection to
HY-5A detector
COM or
connection to
HY-5A detector
COM
Or connection to
HY-5A detector
3 = Immediate Close (When OOLD and IOLD are tripped simultaneously in
either direction of vehicle traffic, the wedge’s blocking plate closes when both
loop inputs are cleared regardless of the Close Timer setting.)
11
RL 1 CLOSE LIM
0 = Disabled
RELAY 1 LOGIC
1 = Close limit active
1 to 32 available
12
R2 6 GATE LOCK
0 = Disabled
RELAY 2 LOGIC
6 = Gate Lock
1 to 32 available
13
R3 1 CLOSE LIM
0 = Disabled
RELAY 3 LOGIC
1 = Close Limit
Configures the function of the User 1 output relay. It has the capacity to switch
both AC and DC loads and can be used for high voltage and/or high current
loads. Connect devices directly to the top of the relay: COM and either NO
and/or NC contacts. Multiple logic function options exist. See User Relays Programming Procedure on page 48.
User 1 Relay
Configures the function of the User 2 output relay. It has the capacity to switch
both AC and DC loads and can be used for high voltage and/or high current
loads. Connect devices directly to the top of the relay: COM plus NO and NC
contacts. Multiple optional logic function options exist. Refer to User Relays Programming Procedure on page 48.
User 2 Relay
Relay 3 configures the function of the User 3 output relay, which is an
electronic relay with the capacity for switching a DC load only.
User 3 Relay
Similar to Relay 1 Logic.
COM
1 to 32 available
R4 through R11
14
0 = Disabled
RELAY <n> LOGIC
1 to 32 available
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Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL
Installer Menu
Setting Options
TL 2 (45 SECS)
2 = 45 second delay
OPEN TIME ALERT
0 = 0s delay
1 = 15s
15
2 = 45s
Menu Tasks & Explanations
STC Wire
Connections
Allows you to specify when the user relay that is programmed to Option 8
activates. The relay turns ON when the software detects that the gate operator
has been off its close limit and not moving for the specified period of time.
With newer software versions, TL appears in the Installer Menu even without
the User Relay option 8 being utilized.
User Relay Option
8
Allows you to specify when the user relay that is programmed to Option 13
activates. The relay turns ON when the barrier is closed and the software
detects that the OOLD is active longer than the specified period of time. With
newer software versions, LT appears in the Installer Menu even without the
User Relay option 13 being utilized.
User Relay Option
13
Sets the system address for network communication. 1 – 99 sets individual
poling addresses.
RS-485. Involves
additional
hardware and/or
external software.
4 = 105s
5 = 135s
LT 3 (75 SECS)
3 = 75 second delay
LOITERING ALERT
0 = 0s delay
1 = 15s
16
2 = 45s
4 = 105s
5 = 135s
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SA 0 (OFF)
0 = (OFF) No network
STC ADDRESS
1 to 99 = Network “drop”
address
NE 0 (OFF)
0 = (OFF) No network
Menu item appears when SA is a non-zero number.
NETWORK SETUP
1 = Network address (on)
If a system address exists a setting of 1 opens the network configuration menu.
Refer to HyNet™ literature for more information.
RS-485. Involves
HyNet™ and
latest software.
0 = no network communication
1 = allows configuration of network addresses.
In designating a network address, when the primary operator is set to 1,
all subsequent operators (maximum of 3 subsequent operators when using
HyNet) must be set to sequential numbers. For example, Primary gate
operator is set to 1, the next 3 gate operators in series must have networked
addresses set to 2, 3, and 4. Each grouping of 1 to 4 operators that are using
HyNet, must be labeled as such.
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If using WIN-PC to network gate operators, contact Engineering.
When OPEN INPUT 3 is wired
and activated by an external
access control device, choose
1 of 3 settings
OI 0 ENABLED
OPEN INPUT
19
COM
OI setting descriptions:
and Vehicle
Detectors *
(depending on
which menu
settings are
selected)
0 = Lower Barrier (Open Roadway)
OPEN INPUT 3
1 = Lower Barrier only if Arming Loop Vehicle Detector (Terminal 12) or
equivalent HY-5A/HY5B detector is also triggered when open input 3 is
activated.
OI 2 LOOP ENABLD
2 = Lower Barrier if Outside Obstruction Loop Vehicle Detector (Terminal
11), Arming Loop Vehicle Detector (Terminal 12), or equivalent HY-5A/HY5B
detectors are also triggered when open input 3 is activated
AM 0 ARMING ONLY
ARMING LOOP
AM 1 ALD & OOLD
ARMING LOOP
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OPEN INPUT 3
If using Terminal 12 connection functionality, read AM menu item below.
OI 1 SLD ENABLED
OPEN INPUT 3
20
HydraSupply XL ONLY. Controls the function of Terminal 6, OPEN INPUT 3
0 = Wired connection to
terminal 12 is for arming
loop only.
1 = Adapts the arming loop
to work as an additional
outside obstruction loop.
HydraSupply XL ONLY.
Terminal 12 is convertible and can be used as an arming loop or an arming
loop and an additional outside obstruction loop.
COM
Vehicle detector
(or HY-5A)
AM 1 ALD & OOLD
ELD0 RUN MODE
0 = Run mode
EXIT LOOP SET
1 = Show frequency
ARMING
LOOP VEHICLE
DETECTOR
(Terminal 12)
Controls the HY-5A Free Exit loop detector.
HY-5A
2 = Show call level 0-7
3 = Set Frequency
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Installer Menu
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Setting Options
ILD0 RUN MODE
0 = Run mode
IND OBS LOOP SET
1 = Show frequency
Menu Tasks & Explanations
STC Wire
Connections
Controls the HY-5A Inside Obstruction Loop detector.
HY-5A
Controls the HY-5A Outside Obstruction Loop detector.
HY-5A
Controls the HY-5A Shadow Loop detector.
HY-5A
2 = Show call level 0-7
3 = Set Frequency
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OLD0 RUN MODE
0 = Run mode
OUT OBS LOOP SET
1 = Show frequency
2 = Show call level 0-7
3 = Set Frequency
24
SLD0 RUN MODE
0 = Run mode
SHADOW LOOP SET
1 = Show frequency
(Reset Loop Set)
2 = Show call level 0-7
3 = Set Frequency
Setting the Close Timer
The Close Timer assigns how many seconds will pass before the gate operator initiates closure of a fully opened
gate after all open commands and
reversing sensor inputs have ceased
HydraSupply XL Control Box
and loops cleared. It is recommended
that every gate operator have the close
timer set to a specific number of
seconds (for example, 5 seconds)
unless a hard-wired closing device is
connected to the gate operator, such
as a “hold to close” push button
station.
To adjust the time (1 to 99 seconds) it
takes before the operator initiates gate
closure, take the following steps:
1. At a gate status display, press
the Menu button twice. This
accesses the User Menu
and the Close Timer display
appears.
NOTE: If you want gate personnel to operate the gate with the
Hold to Close feature found in some push button stations, then
set the Hold to Close menu item to 1. When the Hold to Close
menu item is active (set to 1), the Close Timer menu item is
unavailable.
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
2. Use the Select, and then Next or Previous buttons to navigate
and change the number of seconds appearing on the display.
Refer to Menu Mode Navigation on page 32.
3. To exit the User Menu, press the Menu button. The gate status
appears in the display indicating you have returned to Run
Mode.
Smart Touch Display and Keypad
on Control Box Lid
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Test the Operator
Complete the installation by testing the operation of the gate.
NOTE: The operator must be turned on and in Run mode. A Run mode display appears on the STC. If a Run mode status does not
appear on the display, press Reset. If an error, alert, or fault appears on the display, refer to the Troubleshooting section to learn how
to clear the display and return to Run mode.
1. Press Open to open the gate.
2. Test the operator.
• Cycle the gate a few times by pressing the Close and Open buttons.
CAUTION
Always make sure area is clear of personnel and debris before using the Emergency Fast Operate (EFO) function.
• If installed for emergency fast operation, test the EMERGENCY CLOSE using the constant hold
device.
• Observe the travel speed of the gate when you press and hold the Emergency Close button. The
wedge’s blocking plate will close within 1 to 2 seconds and ignore any photo eye, vehicle loop, or
other safety sensor inputs.
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STC Inputs & Wiring
This section provides information about the Smart Touch Controller, its inputs for peripheral connections, and its
monitoring capabilities. This section explains how to:
• Make Connections on the Smart Touch Controller
• Integrate with Security Systems
• Connect HY-5A Vehicle Detectors
• Connect Accessory Devices
• Entrapment Sensor Connections
• Access Controls
• Push-button station
• User Relays
Terminal 1 MASTER LOCKOUT
Terminal 2 OPEN INPUT 1
STOP BUTTON
2
OPEN BUTTON
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
Terminal 7
INTERLOCK OPEN
OPEN PARTIAL
7
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
Terminal 8
FREE EXIT
VEHICLE DETECTOR
8
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
Terminal 9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 11
OUTSIDE OBS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 12
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Inputs Label for
HydraSupply XL
10
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 10
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
INSIDE
OBSTR
OPEN/CLOSE
6
VEHICLE DETECTOR
5
USER 2
Terminal 6 OPEN INPUT 3
FREE
EXIT
CLOSE BUTTON
4
USER 1
3
9
STOP/BUZZER
Terminal 5 CLOSE INPUT 2
1
MOTOR
Terminal 4
OPEN INPUT 2
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
Terminal 3 CLOSE INPUT 1
SENSOR 1
SENSOR
COM
15
COM
NO
16
17
SENSOR 2
Terminal 16 DO NOT USE
18
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR 3
20
DO NOT USE
21
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
LOCK INTERLOCK
23
EMERG CLOSE
24
FIRE DEPT OPEN
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Terminal 14 CLOSE VALVE
Terminal 15 OUTPUT
DO NOT USE
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
Terminal 13 EFO RESET
USER 3
14
Heart beat
power indicator
STATUS
AUXILIARY 1
Terminal 20
AUXILIARY 2
FLUID LEVEL
INDICATOR
Terminal 23 EFO 1
Terminal 24 EFO 2
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LED
LIMIT
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S/N
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
DUAL GATE
RPM
COM
A
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
Smart Touch Controller
Smart Touch Controller
WIEGAND
Terminal 21 AC LOSS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
PHOTO EYE CLOSE
OT 10 OPERATOR
HYDRASUPPLY XL
RS232
Terminal 19
HySecurity
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
Terminal 18 DO NOT USE
ARMING
SHADOW
RESET
LOOP
Terminal 17
COM
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Overview of the Smart Touch Controller
The Smart Touch Controller uses LED’s to indicate active inputs when AC power is present. For operators that use
only DC power, you can press a Tact push button to show the active inputs. This Tact push button is at the bottom
left corner near the #24 terminal input.
On a new operator no active inputs should appear until external accessories and wiring are attached. If any inputs
are active before connecting external wiring, refer to Troubleshooting.
HydraSupply XL Control Box
Tact button
Power Supply
DC Converter
CT 0 (OFF)
CLOSE TIMER
Contactor
Terminal strip for
connections to Limits
and Lighting
Smart Touch Display and Keypad
on Control Box Lid
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Integrating with Security Systems
The HydraSupply XL provides a 2-wire, serial interface (RS-485 connection) which allows remote access to one or
more operators. With software protocols provided by HySecurity, bi-directional status updates and control
commands are easily integrated with a central controller (computer or server), which becomes the master to the
connected operators. Up to 31 physical operators can be polled from the central master command station. Reset
requests, gate control, gate status, and gate faults can be monitored and information can be retrieved from the
central command station.
NOTE: The RS-485 interface is also used to communicate with the HyNet Gateway, a web-enabled interface. For specific information
regarding HyNet Gateway SFP 4/1, go to www.hysecurity.com
Gate operator connections to daisy-chain additional operators
PC/server connection RS-485 2-wire serial interface
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
4
REMOTE OPEN AND
OPENCONTROL
INPUT 2
RADIO
5
OPEN/CLOSE
CLOSE INPUT 2
6
OPEN
OPENPARTIAL
INPUT 3
7
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME
CLOCK OPEN
INTERLOCK
OPEN
8
FREE
FREE EXIT
EXIT DETECTOR
9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE EXIT
DETECTOR
DISABLE
CLOSE
TIMER
VEHICLE DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
INSIDE OBS
VEHICLE
DETECTOR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
OUTSIDEDETECTOR
OBS
VEHICLE
12
SHADOW/RESET
ARMING LOOP
VEHICLE
DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
SA 0 (OFF)
STC ADDRESS
VEHICLE DETECTOR
1
STOP/BUZZER
CLOSE
CLOSEBUTTON
INPUT
INSIDE
OBSTR
1
USER 2
OPENBUTTON
INPUT
OPEN
3
USER 1
2
FREE
EXIT
STOP
BUTTON
MASTER
LOCKOUT
MOTOR
1
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
SENSOR 1
EFO RESET
SENSOR
CLOSE VALVE
COM
COM
OUTPUT
15
NO
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
USER 3
14
VEHICLE DETECTOR
16
DO NOT USE
17
SENSOR
2 1
AUXILIARY
18
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR
3 CLOSE
PHOTO EYE
20
DO
NOT USE 2
AUXILIARY
21
CHARGER
ACLOSS
LOSS
AC
22
FLUID
LEVEL
LOCK
INTERLOCK
23
EMERG
EFO 1CLOSE
24
FIRE
EFODEPT
2 OPEN
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
STATUS
SHADOW
RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
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VERSION
S/N
RS232
Smart Touch Controller
RADIO OPTIONS
WIEGAND
LIMIT
DISPLAY
HySecurity
INDICATOR
LED
DUAL GATE
RPM
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A
SA Display in the Installer Menu
B
COM
OPEN
+24V
+24V
S1
Once the physical connection is made and protocols
are established, an SA (System Address) must be
assigned for each operator through its Installer Menu.
For network communication, choosing a SA of 1 to
99 establishes individual network polling addresses.
A SA of zero means no network communication is
desired.
If you plan to connect operators to a networked
central master command station, contact HySecurity
for software protocols and additional information.
Refer to Contact Information on page 1.
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Smart Touch Controller Inputs
This section provides information about the Smart Touch Controller (STC), its inputs for peripheral connections
used in the HydraSupply XL. When you select an input, be sure to review User & Installer Menu Items tables for
associated programming options. The programming options affect how the gate operator functions.
CAUTION
All open, close and EFO inputs assume external, line of sight, push button or similar, external control consoles.
Monitored, supervisory network stations can also be connected to the Smart Touch Controller via HyNet and RS-485
communication protocols.
1. All the Smart Touch Controller inputs listed below are shown as a single input. The second wire is
connected to the Common Terminal Bus.
2. The Emergency Close input’s are an exception and requires a +24V input. Review EFO Connections:
Wiring Diagram on page 17. For additional safety purposes, an emergency close reset connection is
also a requirement.
STC Terminal Inputs
NOTE: A label for HydraSupply XL overlays the existing Smart Touch Controller inputs. The following table explains the
HydraSupply XL inputs. The default for HydraSupply XL is customized at Build Year 1, (BY 1). Build Year 1 is a
configuration that is NOT compliant with UL 325 - 2016 Standard of Safety. HydraSupply XL meets UL 508A standards.
OPEN = Roadway Open (blocking plate lowers to grade).
CLOSE = Roadway Closed (blocking plate raises to barrier height).
Table 11: Smart Touch Controller Inputs
No.
1
Smart Touch
Terminal
Master Lockout
HydraSupply XL Terminal Function & Description
Associated Menu Items
Lockout intended for a remote control connection from the master control console or panel. Used
to disable operation of secondary/remote control console.
If the Master Lockout input is not connected to common, Open Inputs 2 and 3 and Close Input 2
will be disabled. (Terminals 4, 5, and 6 respectively).
2
Open Input 1
Open input intended for connection from a master control console or panel. Opens the wedge
blocking plate from a master control console or other access control device.
HC, HO
3
Close Input 1
Close input intended for a connection from a master control console or panel. Closes the wedge
blocking plate from a master control console or other access control device.
HC, HO
4
Open Input 2
Open input intended for a connection from a remote control console or panel. Opens the wedge
blocking plate from a remote control panel or other access control device. Open Input 2 is
disabled when the Master Lockout input is not connected to common.
5
Close Input 2
Close input intended for a connection from a remote control console or panel. Closes the wedge
blocking plate from a remote control panel or other access control device. Close Input 2 is
disabled when the Master Lockout input is not connected to common
6
Open Input 3
Use Open Input 3 for keypad, card reader, or other open device connection. The OI (Open Input)
item in the Installer Menu provides options on how this input functions. If Master Lockout input is
not connected to common, Open Input 3 is disabled.
Installer Menu Setting: OI <n>, Open Input
0 = Input Enabled
Setting 1 or 2 = An arming loop input must be active before this input will open the barrier.
7
Interlock Open
Commonly used in a sally port system. The barrier will not leave the close limit as long as the input
is active.
8
Free Exit Vehicle
Detector
Connection for exit vehicle loop detector. Open (lower) the wedge blocking plate or reverse its
closing, using this input connection.
OI
If using HY-5A vehicle loop detectors, insert HY-5A into FREE EXIT socket.
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Table 11: Smart Touch Controller Inputs
No.
9
Smart Touch
Terminal
Disable Exit Detector
Disable Close Timer
HydraSupply XL Terminal Function & Description
Associated Menu Items
Input has two functions. Access DT (Installer Menu) to change the functionality of this input.
DT
When active, the input defaults to disable the Free Exit vehicle loop detector. The free exit vehicle
loop detector acts similar to an obstruction detector and will not open a fully closed gate, but will
cause a closing gate to reverse.
Changing the setting to 1 through the DT Installer Menu item disables the internal close timer.
If using HY-5A vehicle loop detectors, insert HY-5A into FREE EXIT socket.
10
Inside Obstruction
Vehicle Detector
11
Outside Obstruction
Vehicle Detector
Connection for vehicle loop detector. This input will usually prevent the wedge from starting close.
Installer menu item IR setting will determine how the wedge will function if this input goes active
while closing. Available options are stop, stop and reverse, or continue closing. If DL is set to 3
in the installer menu, the wedge will close if the inside and outside obstruction loop inputs are
activated at the same time, then released.
IR, DL
If using HY-5A vehicle loop detectors, insert HY-5A into insert HY-5A into INSIDE OBSTR socket.
Connection for vehicle loop detector. This input will usually prevent the wedge from starting close.
Installer menu item OR setting will determine how the wedge will function if this input goes active
while closing. Available options are stop, stop and reverse, or continue closing. If DL is set to 3
in the installer menu, the wedge will close if the inside and outside obstruction loop inputs are
activated at the same time, then released. When OI is set to 2 in the installer menu, then Open
Input 3 will only function if the Outside obstruction loop or Arming loop input is active
OR, DL, OI and AM
If using HY-5A vehicle loop detectors, insert HY-5A into OUTSIDE OBSTR socket.
12
Arming Loop Vehicle
Detector
Connection for vehicle loop detector. This input will normally have no function but may be used
as an arming loop. Installer menu item setting AM = 1 will allow this input to also be used as an
outside obstruction detector. When OI is set to 1 or 2 in the installer menu, then Open input 3 will
only function if the arming loop is active.
AM and OI
If using HY-5A vehicle loop detectors, insert HY-5A into SHADOW LOOP socket.
13
EFO Reset
14
Close Valve Output
15
To reset the gate operator after an EFO event, a hardwire reset (Input 13) is required. Best practice
is to connect Input 13 to a non-latching switch. The switch resets the Smart Touch Controller after
an EFO input has been used and the operator is in Entrapment Mode. The Entrapment Mode will
be cleared when this input is activated then released. If a button is not provided on a control
panel, then this input can be tied/jumpered to an open input.
CAUTION
Connection to the Close Valve. Turns ON and OFF the close valve when a close input is activated.
Do not wire anything to this input in the field.
Will not be activated when EFO is triggered.
16
DO NOT USE
Non- functioning input. No field connections should be made to this input terminal
17
Auxiliary 1
Non-functioning input, but available for future software development.
18
DO NOT USE
Non-functioning input. No field connections should be made to this input terminal.
19
Photo Eye Close
Normally Open input. When connected to a photo eye and activated, the signal prevents the
barrier from closing.
20
Auxiliary 2
Non-functioning input, but available for future software development.
21
AC Loss
The installer must connect this input to the DC signal output indicating the presence of AC power
in the battery cabinet. When this input is not active, the HydraSupply XL functions depending on
AP settings. The setting configures how the gate functions when AC power fails.
22
Fluid Level Indicator
PE
AP, AD
CAUTION
DO NOT connect to this input! Factory use ONLY! Active input connects to the fluid
level sensor in the reservoir. When this input becomes inactive, the display will declare FAULT
8 – LOW FLUID LEVEL and the barrier will not operate. Check connections and fluid levels. See
Troubleshooting on page 53.
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EFO 1
Connect to 24V via the EFO button on the master control console or panel. The connection allows
the history log to show date & time activation and enters Entrapment Mode when the close limit
is reached. Exiting from Entrapment Mode, requires that the input remain de-energized and the
EFO Reset console connection (Terminal 13) is triggered (activated) and released. See Installing a
Push Button Emergency Fast Operate (EFO) Switch on page 17.
OC is hidden, defaults to 1
(enabled/active)
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EFO 2
Connect to 24V via the EFO button on the remote control console or panel. The connection allows
the history log to show date & time activation and enters Entrapment Mode when the close limit
is reached. Exiting from Entrapment mode, requires that the input remain de-energized and the
EFO Reset console connection (Terminal 13) is triggered (activated) and released. See Installing
an Emergency Fast Operate (EFO) Reset Switch Push Button Device on page 18.
Required programming:
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OC is hidden, defaults to 1
(enabled/active)
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User Relays - Programming Procedure
The Smart Touch Controller is able to interface with many types of external devices through the use of three user
programmable output relays: two mechanical relays (User 1 and User 2), and one solid state relay (User 3) which is
used most often for connection to flashing devices.
All of the user relay functions identified and described in the table below are accessible in the Installer Menu
selections.
NOTE: A setting of zero disables a User Relay. The User Relays will operate normally to 18VDC. Below 18VDC, alert
notification occurs. On StrongArm CRASH products User 3 relay is unavailable. It is pre-wired for the LED lights.
Use the STC buttons to program the user relays according to the following steps:
1. Select the relay you wish to use through the Table 10: INSTALLER Menu HydraSupply XL on page 38.
For example: RL 1 (RELAY 1 LOGIC) or RL 2 (RELAY 1 LOGIC).
2. Select the appropriate function (1 through 32) by changing the display to the associated number listed in
the table. Use the Select, Next and Previous buttons to make your selection. See Menu Mode Navigation
on page 32.
Table 12: Programmable User Relays
Relay No.
1
Name
Description
Close limit output
CLOSE LIM
2
Close limit pulse output
CLOSE PULS
3
Open limit output
OPEN LIMIT
4
Open limit pulse output
OPEN PULSE
5
Warn before/during operate output
WARN B4 OP
6
Barrier Lock output
GATE LOCK
7
Barrier forced open output
FORCE OPEN
Wire
Connection
Output can be used as an interlock signal to another operator’s
interlock input, or simply to indicate that the barrier is secure. The
relay is “off” when the barrier is closed. The relay energizes when
the fully-closed limit is released. (Any open command energizes
the relay.)
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Used in a sequenced system to command a second machine to
close. Generates a brief pulsed output that occurs when the close
limit is triggered.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Indicates a full-open position. This output becomes active when
an open-limit is triggered and deactivates when the open-limit is
released or a close command is received. Note that this input may
be used for traffic light connection.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Used in a sequenced system to command a second machine to
open. Generates a brief pulsed output that occurs when the open
limit is triggered.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Controls an external warning device. This output operates at the
same time as the internal warn before operate buzzer.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Controls external solenoid or magnetic locks. In both directions
of travel, this output is activated about 7/10ths of a second before
the operator starts moving the barrier and remains active while
moving. Output remains active, for a few seconds, after stopping.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Activated if the barrier is forced off the closed limit switch and the
operator is not able to restore the barrier to full closed position
within four seconds.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
NOTE: This alarm resets itself in 30 seconds.
8
Arm open too long output
Activates when the barrier is open longer than the user-selected
period of time. Adjustable from 0 seconds with 15 to 135s
selectable delay time frames in 30s increments.
OPEN 2 LONG
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
NOTE: TL - Open TIME ALERT adjustments can be made in the
Installer Menu.
9
10
Activated when the system is in Safety Mode or Entrapment
Mode. Entrapment Mode means the barrier is stopped. EFO
inputs were activated.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
SAFE MODE
Entrapment Mode Alert output
Activated only when in the Entrapment Mode.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Safety Mode Alert output
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Table 12: Programmable User Relays
Relay No.
11
Name
Description
Unauthorized Vehicle Entry output
Relay activates when a vehicle enters from the outside Relay 1 or 2 or 3
without a valid input from an access control device.
As an example, the relay may be used to connect a
camera or signal light. When the user relay is assigned
#11 and the relay is activated, the camera or signal
light turns on. The devices turn off when an access
control input receives an open signal or the barrier/
gate reaches the close limit
TAILGATER
12
Outside Obstruction Vehicle Detector output
OUTS LOOP
13
Wire
Connection
Loitering Alert
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
This output is active whenever the Outside
Obstruction Loop Detector is tripped. May be used as
an arming loop output.
Indicates a vehicle is loitering on the Outside
Obstruction Loop with the barrier closed. Adjustable
from 0 seconds with 15 to 135s selectable delay time
frames in 30s increments.
LOITERING
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
NOTE: LT - LOITERING ALERT adjustments can be
made in the Installer Menu. The LT Installer Menu
display only appears when using this relay.
14
Arm nearing full travel output
Activated when the barrier is 3s from expected limit
switch.
NEAR LIM
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
NOTE: If the operator has not yet learned limits, it
will energize Relay 14 when the motor begins
moving the barrier.
15
Arm failure output
FAULT ALT
16
Motor Running output
MOTOR RUN
17
AC Power Failure output
AC FAIL
18
DC Power Failure output
LOW BATT
19
Flasher Relay
FLASHER
Activated to report occurrence of a problem.
Indicates the system is in an Error Mode, Fault Mode
or Entrapment Mode.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Active when the motor is running and barrier is in
motion.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
This relay is normally energized and drops with loss of
AC power.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
DC operators only. The relay activates when the
battery power is very low, but the output ceases when
the battery is dead. The relay is triggered when the
battery is less than 20 volts.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Flashes lights once per second. The relay is constantly
pulsing except when the open limit switch is
triggered.
Relay 1 or 2*
(Relay 3)
* Preferred connection is Relay 3, a solid state relay
(except on Crash operators). On StrongArm M30/
M50, Relay 3 is hard-wired for the LED barrier arm
lights.
20
Free Exit Loop Vehicle Detector output
Active when the Free Exit Loop is tripped.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Active when the Inside Obstruction loops is tripped.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Active when the Reset loop detector is tripped.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Not available on the HydraSupply XL. Terminal 22 Lock Interlock
has been re-labeled to Fluid Level Indicator. Wired at the factory.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
EXIT LOOP
21
Inside Obstruction Vehicle Detector output
INS LOOP
22
Reset Loop Detector output
CENT LOOP
23
NOT AVAILABLE
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Table 12: Programmable User Relays
Relay No.
Name
Description
Wire
Connection
24
NOT USED
Not used on the HydraSupply XL. Used on slide gates. Active when
the partial open position is reached or exceeded.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
25
DC Power Alert
Deactivates when the software detects a low battery voltage
(below 21VDC, but greater than 18VDC) for a duration of 2
seconds or more. To slow battery drain, accessory power loads are
shed.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Activates when the Exit Loop Detector is tripped and causes a
250mS pulse output to occur
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
When AC power is detected, this relay activates when the gate in
NOT on the open limit. If AC power fails, or the gate is on the open
limit, the relay is deactivated.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Controls flashing lights that pulse 500ms per second. The relay
is constantly activating except when the open limit switch is
triggered or AC power fails.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
BATT OK
26
Free Vehicle Detector Pulse
EXIT PULS
27
Not Open (requires AC power)
NOT OP AC
28
Flasher ((requires AC power)
FLASH AC
29
Set aside for Factory Use Only
TEST OPEN
Used for testing only. DO NOT use in field connections unless
directed by Tech Support.
30
Arm Break
Used with barrier ARM gates only. When break away arm function
triggers, stops travel.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
31
Warn Operate Run
Relay is active while warn before and motor running.
Relay 1 or 2 or 3
Relay pulses when partial open activated and when partial open
limit reached. Often used at a sequenced gate site.
Relay 1 or 2
WARN THRU (Relay Logic 1)
32
Partial Open Pulse
POL PULS (Relay Logic 1)
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Extended Relay Module Option
The extended relay module provides 8 numbered NO (normally open) mechanical relays. R4, RELAY 4 LOGIC
through R11, RELAY 11 LOGIC can be accessed through the Installer Menu. Set the number for the relay. See
Table 12: Programmable User Relays on page 48.
Wire communication cable connections between the DUAL GATE ports, at the base of the STC, and the
extended-mechanical relay module. Black and red wires connect to RS-485 communications port at the top of the
Smart Touch Controller.
Smart Touch Controller
STOP BUTTON
2
OPEN BUTTON
STOP/BUZZER
1
MOTOR
OPEN/CLOSE
6
OPEN PARTIAL
7
INTERLOCK OPEN
TIME CLOCK OPEN
8
FREE EXIT DETECTOR
9
DISABLE EXIT DETECTOR
DISABLE CLOSE TIMER
INSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
11
OUTSIDE OBSTRUCTION
VEHICLE DETECTOR
12
SHADOW/RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VEHICLE DETECTOR
10
VEHICLE DETECTOR
5
INSIDE
OBSTR
4
USER 2
CLOSE BUTTON
REMOTE OPEN AND
RADIO CONTROL
USER 1
3
FREE
EXIT
Hy8Relay
RS485
POWER
DRIVE
SENSOR 1
SENSOR
COM
15
COM
NO
DO NOT USE
17
SENSOR 2
18
DO NOT USE
19
SENSOR 3
20
DO NOT USE
21
CHARGER
AC LOSS
22
LOCK INTERLOCK
23
EMERG CLOSE
24
FIRE DEPT OPEN
VEHICLE DETECTOR
16
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
USER 3
14
STATUS
SHADOW
RESET
VEHICLE DETECTOR
VERSION
S/N
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DUAL GATE
RPM
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Troubleshooting
The Smart Touch Controller reports system abnormalities using three
simultaneously occurring methods:
FAULT 2
SENSOR #1
• Codes presented on its display (alert, fault or error)
• Activation of a buzzer which emits a series of chirps at defined intervals
• Stop gate travel (and/or reverse direction of travel)
HYSECURITY
GATE STOPPED
Refer to Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes, Causes and Corrective Action on page
54 for details concerning identification and description of Alerts, Faults and
Errors.
To help in diagnosing a controller board problem, the active status of each input
on the Smart Touch Controller is indicated by its associated LED.
• On AC-powered gate Operators: Active-input LEDs are always illuminated.
• On DC-powered gate Operators (with AC input OFF or disconnected):
Press and hold the Tact button to illuminate the active-input LEDs.
NOTE: A qualified technician may troubleshoot the operator with the aid of the information and procedures that follow. If it is
necessary to call a distributor for assistance, be sure to have the model and serial numbers available. Other helpful information is the
job name, approximate installation date, and service records of any recently-performed maintenance work.
System Diagnostic Messages
Code
Priority
How to clear
ALERT
Low
Enter new command such as Open or Close.
FAULT
Medium
Press the Stop or Reset button
High
ERROR
Serious issue that may require
technical service.
Errors can only be cleared by pushing the Reset button
or cycling power.
NOTE: The green LED near the coin-sized battery on the Smart Touch Controller is the “heartbeat” of the processor. This LED flashes
continuously and at a constant rate when the system is operating normally. When a fault, error, or alert occurs, it turns red.
The Smart Touch Controller maintains self-diagnostics. Specific codes appear on the display and the Audio Alert
buzzer emits distinctive chirping sounds. Any Alert, Fault, or Error is logged into memory and stamped with the
date and time. These diagnostic messages can be retrieved for analysis purposes via the Event Log (see Access
the Event Log through the User Menu) or optional use of S.T.A.R.T. software and a PC laptop.
NOTE: S.T.A.R.T. configuration and diagnostic software is available at no charge from www.hysecurity.com.
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Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes
Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes, Causes and Corrective Action
Type
ALERT
Alert/Fault/Error Display
HYSECURITY
ENTRAPMENT MODE
Buzzer Chirp Sequence
2 chirps per second every 2s
while control input is active
An emergency close with constant hold has caused the entrapment code
to appear. When a command of this nature is received, the operator stops
and moves into ENTRAPMENT mode. Clear the code and return to run mode
operation by pressing the Reset button.
2 chirps once when in Safe
Mode
The operator has exited entrapment mode. Refer to the description above.
NOTE: Gate will operate, if it receives a RUN command.
No chirps; LCD flashes for 1s
every 5s
Only occurs in DC powered operators.
3 chirps upon any operating
command entry
DC operators only. Appears when the 24 VDC power drops too low, disabling
the operator which helps prevent damage to the batteries from excessive
discharge. Verify the AC power is present at the charger, the charger is on and
charging (Red LED is illuminated). The charger should shut off (Green LED)
when the batteries charge to 29.0 VDC. If the batteries cannot “hold a charge”
replace them.
Chirps once whenever the gate
reaches the close limit
AC power is shut off at the source (breaker) or is not connected. The operator’s
AC power switch is turned off or the main circuit breaker has tripped.
ENTR
ALERT
HYSECURITY
SAFE MODE
Possible Cause & Suggested Corrective Action
SAFE
ALERT
LOW 24VDC
ALERT
DEAD BATTERY
DC BUSS < 21V
DC BUSS < 21V
ALERT
NO AC POWER
Have a licensed electrician check the wiring.
Connect AC power to the operator.
Reset circuit breaker at the electrical panel.
Reset the operator circuit breaker.
Turn AC power switch on.
ALERT
!ACTION BLOCKED
GATE EDGE
(Open or Close)
5 chirps indicating that the
command cannot be initiated
Operator received command to run open, but movement is prevented. Gate
edge blocked or disconnected and causes operator to enter SAFE mode.
2 pulses per second for 30s
Set FA 1 in the User Menu, to enable this option. The operator will attempt
to re-close itself if forced off the close limit switch, the buzzer sounds for 30
seconds. Check for attempted unauthorized access, external pressure trying to
open the gate or a mis-adjusted/failed closed limit switch.
2 pulses per second for
10 seconds
Set F0 1 in the User Menu, to enable this option. If a gate should begin to drift
closed it automatically reopens (for up to 4s) once it leaves the full open limit.
If it is not back on the open limit at the end of 4s, an audible alert occurs.
Check for mis-adjusted/failed open limit, mis-adjusted brake valve, outside
pressure (wind, fallen trees) or cylinder leakage affecting drift issue.
Gate drift in transit - Advisory
only. The alert appears and is
being prevented from reopening.
Will self-clear after an open or close input.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
The motor windings have exceeded a preset temperature generally due to
excessive current. Verify:
GEO
ALERT
ALERT 1
FORCED OPEN
ALERT
ALERT 2
DRIFT CLOSED
ALERT
ALERT 3
EXCESS DRIFT
ALERT
ALERT 4
THERMAL OVERLOAD
The motor connections are correct for the supply voltage
Running voltage is within 10% of rated
High starting currents last 2 seconds or less; if not and voltage during start is
correct, on 1Ø units you can replace the start switch/capacitor
Motor running current (all phases) is at or below rated ( at normal pressures)
When the motor is cool, open the motor connection box, disconnect the 2
small wires going into the motor, and use an ohmmeter to check continuity of
these wires. They should be a short circuit; if not, replace the motor.
ALERT
ALERT 5
BOTH LIM ACTIVE
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seconds
The STC is seeing both limits tripped at the same time. For HydraWedge SM50,
check for a stuck limit switch or debris caught in limit switch area and repair
any wiring issues. On electromechanical gate operators and StrongArmCrash,
reset the limits through the Installer Menu item, LL Learn Limits.
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Type
ALERT
Alert/Fault/Error Display
ALERT 6
LIM NOT RELEASED
ALERT
ALERT 7
FREQ SHIFT FAULT
ALERT
ALERT 8
LOOP SHORTED
ALERT
ALERT 9
ALERT
ALERT 10
ALERT
ALERT 11
LOOP OPEN
I2C BUS ERROR
DETECTOR FAULT
ALERT
ALERT 12
ON TOO LONG
Buzzer Chirp Sequence
Possible Cause & Suggested Corrective Action
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Is the pump developing pressure? Are the brake valves set properly? Is there
hardware holding the gate?
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
HY-5A detector has detected a frequency change outside the normal range.
Check the loops and the integrity of the loop installation.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
HY-5A detector has detected a short circuit in the loop. Temporarily switch
detector to be sure the loop is at fault and then repair it.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
HY-5A detector has sensed that the loop has become an open circuit. Check all
connections and/or use an ohmmeter to find out where the break is.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Communication issue between the HY-5A and the Smart Touch Controller;
reset and try again. Replace the HY-5A if the problem continues.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Unknown fault; perform the megaohm test and fix the loop if necessary.
Replace the HY-5A if the problem continues.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
The detector believes there has been a vehicle on the loop for more than 5
minutes.
Check fluid levels and brake valve settings.
Is there something metal on (or near) the loop?
Is the sensitivity adjustment set too high?
Is the roadway solid? If the underground loop moves it will give false readings.
There may be a problem with the loop itself. Check with a megohm meter.
New loops should read 100 mega-ohms or better, between 50 and 100
operation are generally OK, below 50 mega-ohms install a new loop.
ALERT
ALERT 17
ALERT
ALERT 19
BAD COIN BATTERY
FALSE SLOWDOWN
ALERT
ALERT 20
EXT LOCK FAILED
ALERT
ALERT 22
INTLOCK FAILURE
ALERT
ALERT 24
EXT RELAY FAULT
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Turn off AC power and replace the 3V coin battery that controls the internal
clock. Use a CR2032 coin battery.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Appears only on gate operators with VFD. Slowdown switch tripped and
released (less than 1 second) in middle of run. Check for loose wires, limits and
misaligned rails or limit ramps.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
An interlock contact is closed, indicating that the gate latch (lock) is engaged,
preventing the operator from starting. Check the interlock terminal and
wiring.
2 chirps per second every 3
seconds
Appears when the RS-485 communication connection is lost for more than
5s between interlocked (dual gate) or sequenced gate operators. Check cable
connections and wiring. Make sure both operators are working properly and
have compatible software versions. The alert auto clears when communication
between the two operators is restored. If the operator on site is a singular gate
and the display code ALERT 22 appears, access the Installer Menu. Verify the
Installer Menu items: DG (Dual gate) and SG (Sequential gate) are both set to
zero.
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
The Hy8Relay (extended relay module) is not being recognized. Alert noted in
diagnostic log.
Check the wiring:
Make sure the slide switch on the side of the extended relay module is set at
“Normal.”
(Y) Data + is connected to “A” DUAL GATE.
(G) DATA - is connected to “B” DUAL GATE.
Connector cable (4-pin) attaches to RS-485.
If the Hy8Relay module is not connected, access the Installer Menu and check
that the extended user relays are set to zero.
STC = R4 to RB (7-segment display)
SDC = R3 to R9 (16 character display)
STC = R4 to R11 (16 character display)
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Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes, Causes and Corrective Action
Type
ALERT
Alert/Fault/Error Display
ALERT 25
Buzzer Chirp Sequence
N/A
Possible Cause & Suggested Corrective Action
HyNet Only.
The HyNet coin battery is dying. Turn off AC power to the HyNet and replace
the existing coin battery with a CR1220 coin battery. Turn On power to the
HyNet. The ALERT should reset and disappear from the display.
ALERT
ALERT 26
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Only appears in HydraSupply XL.
When valve closures or IES trips do not detect limit switch triggers or, if the
appropriate limit switch is not reached within 10s of receiving an operate
command and the pressure switch is open, then Alert 26 – Lim Not Reached
will be declared.
If the barrier moves by pressing an operate command, the display resets and
the ALERT 26 timer rearms.
ALERT
ALERT 27
2 chirps per second every 15
seconds
Only appears in HydraSupply XL.
The fluid level in the accumulator is low. An EFO may not trigger properly.
Have service personnel check the HydraSupply XL.
Cycle the barrier and watch the pressure gauge. If the pressure is low, the
blocking plate does not rise or the motor times out, check hoses for leaks. If
necessary, recharge the accumulator.
While ALERT 27 appears on the display, a renewed close command will
attempt to run the barrier, but the alert will not clear unless the close limit is
reached or a reset is pressed.
OOLD
Appears in sequence with another display code which pertains to the loop
issue. Refer to the other display code for more information. ELD = Exit Loop
Detector
IOLD
OOLD = Outside Obstruction Loop Detector
SLD
IOLD = Inside Obstruction Loop Detector
RLD
SLD = Shadow Loop Detector
ELD
“Vehicle Loop Detectors”
RLD = Reset Loop Detector
FAULT
FAULT 1
1 chirp once every
MOTOR RUN TIME
15 seconds
ERROR 1
3 chirps per second once per
minute
The STC has detected the motor is on longer than the maximum run time
selected.
Check and replace drive belt on applicable gate operators.
Increase Max Run Timer in the Installer Menu.
ERROR
DIRECTION ERROR
Close Limit tripped after running Open or Open Limit tripped after running
Closed.
Assess cables and wire connections.
Make sure wires are connected to the proper terminals. Make sure gate
handing is appropriate. (Slide gates)
Swap connections of hydraulic hoses, if necessary.
ERROR
ERROR 2
IES DISCONNECT
ERROR
ERROR 3
HY5A COMM ERROR
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3 chirps per second once per
minute
The IES sensor could be bad, check to see that the NC contact is intact. Check
that you have the most current sensor; visit our website and view the technical
bulletins in the Tech Support area. The sensor wire could be loose; you may
want to tighten the female connectors with some pliers. The software may
need to be updated. Make sure the brake valves aren’t set too tightly by
asking, “How fast does the gate panel stop when the limit switch is tripped?”
(Tight brake valves will raise the system pressure.)
3 chirps per second once per
minute
One or more detectors are not communicating properly. Remove detectors,
reset the controller, and re-install detectors one at a time until faulty detector
or loop is found.
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Type
ERROR
Alert/Fault/Error Display
ERROR 4
DUAL GATE
Buzzer Chirp Sequence
3 chirps per second once per
minute
Possible Cause & Suggested Corrective Action
Indicates a problem with the communication between the two gate operators
of using Dual Gate configurations. The software versions of these two
operators must be the same. Check the version by cycling the power off and
on to each operator.
NOTE: On power up the software version will flash on the screen (example:
h4.53).
Make sure the wires are twisted and shielded.
Beware of buried high voltage conductors that are too near to the
interconnecting conductors, they may interfere.
Be sure the installer menu item DG has been configured properly according to
the dual gates installed at the site.
Error automatically clears when communication fault is resolved.
ERROR
ERROR 6
ERROR
ERROR 7
DRIVE BOARD
MENU CHECKSUM
ERR7
ERROR
ERROR 8
RPM SENSOR
FAIL
FAIL
PROGRAM DATA ERR
FAIL
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Internal error between the STC board and the VFD. Check cable connections
and wiring. Make sure both units are working properly.
3 chirps per second once per
minute
Contact HySecurity.
3 chirps per second once per
minute
Check wiring from the hydraulic cylinder to the STC.
3 chirps per second once per
minute
1. Try turning off the power to the operator and having the customer re-seat
all of the various connectors and cables.
2. Upload the latest software release. If the fail does not go away, contact
Technical Support.
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Access the Event Log through the User Menu
NOTE: While you are viewing the event log, the gate operator is in Menu mode and cannot run open or close.
1. To enter the User Menu, press the Menu key twice.
2. Press Next and scroll until “LG 0 (OFF)” appears in the display.
3. Press Select. LG blinks.
LG 0 (OFF)
VIEW EVENT LOG
4. Press Next to change the number to 1, LG 1 (ON)
VIEW EVENT LOG
LG 1 (ON)
VIEW EVENT LOG
5. Press Select. The most recent event recorded in the log appears.
03/17 15:27 ALE5
BOTH LIMITS TRIP
6. To scroll through the event log, press Next or Prev.
NOTE: Hold down Next or Prev to scroll quickly toward the top or bottom
of the event log.
7. To exit, press Menu. The display resets to LG 0 (OFF).
8. Press Menu again to exit the User Menu and return to Run/Program mode.
Month / Day
Time (HH:MM)
Event Type
03/17
15:27
ALERT 5
Description: ALERT 5: BOTH LIMITS TRIPPED
NOTE: Over 300 events can be recorded before the software begins overwriting the existing log history.
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General Maintenance
Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool (S.T.A.R.T.)
HySecurity provides Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve Tool (S.T.A.R.T.) software
to help HySecurity gate operator users and installers conduct the following
field service activities:
• Configure installer and user menu settings
• View the operator history (event) log
• Display monitored inputs for operator diagnostics
• Load Smart Touch Controller (STC) software
With S.T.A.R.T. software loaded on your laptop computer, you have an invaluable management tool for all
HySecurity operators. The RS-232 serial port (found on the Smart Touch Controller), allows you to download
system diagnostics and upload system configurations using the S.T.A.R.T. software. The free S.T.A.R.T. software is
conveniently located at www.hysecurity.com. Instructions for downloading S.T.A.R.T. are on the website.
What You Need
HySecurity Serial RS-232 communication cable with USB adapter and current USB driver.
• Laptop computer with Windows PC operating system (XP, Vista, Win7, or Win8)
• Minimum 128MB of RAM
• Minimum 5MB of hard drive disk space
• VGA graphics card (minimum resolution of 800 x 600)
Installing S.T.A.R.T. Software
Read the S.T.A.R.T. User Manual, and then take the following steps to download S.T.A.R.T. software:
CAUTION
The latest version of S.T.A.R.T. is encrypted. An error message will appear stating that the file is corrupt if you try
to load new operator code using out-dated S.T.A.R.T. software. Be sure to “uninstall” any outdated versions of
S.T.A.R.T. from your laptop and install the latest version from www.hysecurity.com.
1. Bring up your web browser and type http://www.hysecurity.com in the command line.
2. Click Technical Support (left column) on the HySecurity home page.
3. Click Download: Smart Touch software.
4. Enter your user name and password. If you do not have a user name, register as an online member.
5. Click S.T.A.R.T. Software for Smart Touch and SmartDC to begin the software download.
6. Read the End User License Agreement. Agree to the terms and click, “I accept” (bottom of page).
7. Save the START<
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8. Double-click the file to begin the installation.
9. Click RUN. A setup window appears.
10.Follow the step-by-step instructions to complete the installation.*
11.When the download is complete, log off the HySecurity website. Shortcuts for the S.T.A.R.T. and
STC History Logs appear on your laptop’s desktop.
*NOTE: Confirm you have administrative rights by clicking the following on your computer screen:
Windows start ->Control Panel ->User Accounts ->User Accounts. See if your name appears as an administrator. If you are
the only user of a computer, you are by default the administrator. If not, you may need to consult with your company’s system
administrator prior to downloading the HySecurity S.T.A.R.T. program.
Software Maintenance
The software on the STC board is periodically being enhanced with new features that create an easier install and
improve the on-board diagnostic tools. Be sure to check the HySecurity website for the latest version of software
and operator code before heading out for field maintenance.
Electrical Controls
NOTICE: Before servicing, turn off all power switches.
No routine maintenance is needed for the electrical system or controls. If the environment is very sandy or dusty,
or has many insects, be certain to seal all holes in the electrical enclosure. Blow the dust out of the electric panel
with compressed air. Use the Table 13: Troubleshooting Codes, Causes and Corrective Action on page 54 to
assess and fix error, alert, and fault codes. If it is necessary to call a distributor for assistance, be sure to have your
model and serial number ready. Other helpful information includes the name of the job, approximate date of
installation, and the service record of the operator, especially if any work has been done recently.
A lithium coin battery supports the clock, so the date and time is
retained even when the main power is turned off. Replace the battery
about every five years (or as needed) with a DL 2025, DL 2032, or
CR 2025, or CR 2032 battery.
COM
NO
OUTSIDE
OBSTR
USER 3
Clock Battery Replacement
VEHICLE DETECTOR
Battery
STATUS
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Mechanical Maintenance
NOTICE: Before checking the internal mechanisms of the operator, turn OFF all power switches. For maintenance
schedule, refer to either Table 15: HydraWedge SM50 Maintenance Schedule on page 63 or Table 16: HydraSupply
Maintenance Schedule on page 64.
Hydraulic System Maintenance
Fluid Level: Under normal conditions, hydraulic systems do not consume fluid. Check the system thoroughly for
leaks, before adding any fluid. If fluid needs to be added:
1. Remove the breather cap from the tank.
2. Use HySecurity Uniflow hydraulic fluid; part number MX000970. Gallon sold by our distributors.
3. Allow the accumulator to drain fully before adding fluid to the tank. If fluid is needed, fill to level line.
NOTE: Never use brake fluid. It will severely damage the hydraulic system. Use of any fluid other than fluid
recommended by HySecurity may void the operator warranty.
Look for leaks: Occasionally there may be slight seeping at the fittings after some usage. Tightening of the
fittings usually corrects the problem. If leaking persists, replace “O” rings, fittings or hoses, if required. No
further leaks should occur.
To Change Fluid: Unlike a gas engine, the fluid inside a hydraulic system does not foul, so fluid changes do not
need to occur often. HySecurity recommends draining the reservoir and replacing the fluid at five-year intervals.
Fluid breakdown caused by heat is the main concern. If the unit is subjected to high use, or you are using the
HySecurity biodegradable fluid option (especially in a warm climate), change the fluid more frequently.
To change the hydraulic fluid,
Hand Pump
1. Remove the breather cap from the reservoir tank.
2. Empty the tank by disconnecting the hose from the hand
pump. Allow the fluid to flow into a bucket or container
and properly dispose of its contents.
3. Clean and wipe the top area around the reservoir tank.
4. Refill tank with Uniflow hydraulic fluid, MX000970.
5. Avoid overfilling. Watch the fluid level indicator. Stop
pouring before the top line is reached.
6. Wipe up spilled fluid. Replace the breather cap.
Disconnect hose
from Hand Pump
Breather cap
filler port
Fluid level indicator
Cold Weather Issues:
1. Check that your reservoir is filled with our Uniflow high performance fluid.
2. Excessive ice buildup can partially or totally jam gate operation. Remove ice and snow buildup before
raising (closing) the HydraWedge SM50 blocking plate.
3. If the operator is located in an area of extreme snow conditions, regular maintenance to dig the operator
out may be required. A heater option may help.
NOTE: A biodegradable fluid option does exist, but it does not have the same fluid viscosity at extremely low
temperatures. Uniflow fluid temperature rating is between -40°F and 158°F (-40°C and 70°C). The biodegradable
fluid has a temperature rating between -10°F and 158°F (-23°C and 70°C).
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Adjusting the Pressure Relief Valve
Pressure relief valve settings differ depending on the model.
NOTE: The pressure relief valve is factory set Adjustments are only needed when replacing a valve or correcting the factory setting.
Tools Needed: ½” and 9/16” box end wrenches.
Table 14: Pressure Relief Valve Settings
Model
Motor hp
Max PSI Setting
Cut Out Pressure
HydraWedge SM50 with HydraSupply X
2
3000
2900
HydraWedge SM50 with HydraSupply XL Twin
5
3000
2900
HydraSupply XL only (used for power & controls)
5
2600
2500
CAUTION
Never exceed the maximum psi setting.
Make sure the barrier gate is properly installed and aligned before performing the following steps. Take
precautionary measures to keep the barrier’s travel path clear. The barrier will be in motion while you a
djust the
pressure relief valve.
DANGER
DO NOT attempt to adjust the pressure relief valve unless you are an experienced hydraulic gate
operator installer. Incorrect pressure settings can cause injury and even death!
1. Expose several threads on the Pressure Relief Valve by loosening the locknut with a 9/16” box end wrench.
2. Use a ½” box e
nd wrench to turn the Adjustment Screw.
3. Press Open or Close to cycle the barrier gate and start the pump.
4. Raise the relief pressure slowly by turning the Adjustment Screw clockwise in ½ turn increments. The
Smart Touch Controller software automatically switches the pump off.
5. When the pump switches off, turn the Adjustment Screw clockwise another ½ turn.
6. Lock in the pressure setting. Hold the Adjustment Screw with the wrench and tighten the locknut.
Pressure relief valve
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HydraWedge SM50 Maintenance Schedule
Table 15: HydraWedge SM50 Maintenance Schedule
Name of part
What to do
Weekly
Check at these recommended monthly
intervals
1
Gate and hardware
Check for damage and wear
Anchor bolts & fasteners
Check and tighten, if loose. If
fasteners are worn, replace.
*1
X
Limit switches
Check adjustment and wear on
wires. Repair as necessary
Main pivot bearing
Check bearing & pin wear.
Replace, if necessary
Cylinder
Apply grease to zerk fittings
Scissor joints
Check for wear or excess play
Spring joints
Verify smooth, consistent
operation. Replace if necessary
X
Drainage
Clean area around drain channels
and under wedge blocking plate
X
Drainage channels
Check function of drains under
wedge blocking plate
X
3
6
12
24
X
X
*2
X
X
*3
X
X
*1. The wedge blocking plate and hardware require maintenance. A damaged blocking plate or worn hardware may cause slow
or erratic operation. Lubricate hardware more frequently and check for smooth operation through scheduled cycle testing.
Damaged or warped blocking plate panels should be straightened or replaced. Check for signs of rust or standing water on
a monthly basis. The operator chassis is corrosion-resistant, but some environments may increase the rate of corrosion. If any
areas of rust are found, reduce the spread of corrosion by treating the areas with a rust inhibitor.
*2. The limit switch wiring connections exist in the base frame of the wedge barrier and are fed through conduit to the
HydraSupply XL control box that houses the Smart Touch Controller. See EFO Connections: Wiring Diagram on page 17.
*3 Grease the hydraulic cylinder zerk fittings every 50,000 cycles. Use NLGI #2 Grade Moly EP lithium base grease only and apply
it with a standard grease gun.
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Table 16: HydraSupply Maintenance Schedule
Name of part
What to do
Weekly
Check at these recommended monthly intervals
1
3
6
12
24
Inspect power unit
Cycle test several times. Listen for
unusual sounds or vibrations.
X
Accumulator
Make visual inspection routine
(Watch pressure changes and look
for leaks during open & close cycles
for at least 30 minutes)
X
Accumulator*
Regular maintenance, check
psi, pressure fittings, consistent
volume, etc.
Hose inspection
Routinely inspect hoses and replace
at least every 5 years
Fluid level
Drain accumulator & check for loss
of fluid
*5
X
Fluid Leaks
At HPU and Wedge cylinder. Check
all hose connections.
*6
X
Hydraulic fluid
Drain and replace fluid (500,000
cycles, or as needed)
X
Hoses
Check condition and QDs
X
Pressure gauge
Verify normal pressure
X
Pressure gauge
Verify Accumulator pre-charge
pressure
X
Fluid filter
Replace, if dirty or plugged.
X
Inspect Control Box
Visually look inside Control Box.
Check for worn wires. Repair wires,
remove debris.
X
Clock battery
Replace
*7
X
Motor Brushes (DC Only)
Replace
*8
X
*4
X
X
X
Special Notes:
*4 Accumulator – Drain accumulator and replace fluid at least once every 5 years.
*5 Fluid Level – Fluid level is normally checked with accumulator drained.
*6 Fluid leaks – Check for signs of fluid leaks at cylinder and connections inside the HydraSupply XL. Refer to maintenance
instructions for fluid filling. Loss of fluid is not normal and indicates a leak that must be located and repaired.
*7 Replace the Smart Touch Controller coin battery with DL 2025 / DL 2032 or CR 2025 / CR 2032.
*8 Check the motor. DC motors contain carbon brushes which wear over time and must be replaced. Failure to replace the
brushes will result in damage to the DC motor. Brushes should be inspected every year in high usage applications or every
100,000 cycles and replaced as needed
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WARRANTY
1. Warranty.
Hy-Security Gate, Inc. (“HySecurity”) warrants that at the time of sale each of its products
will, in all material respects, conform to its then appli-cable specification and will be free
from defects in material and manu-facture.
The following additional durational warranties apply to HySecurity products, depending
on whether (1) the product is purchased through an authorized HySecurity distributor
and (2) whether a timely and complete product registration is submitted to HySecurity.
It is therefore important that you register your product with HySecurity, online at www.
hysecurity.com/warranty, within the 60-day period described below.
1(a) HySecurity Products Purchased Through Authorized Distributors and Properly
Registered
For any gate operator product that is purchased from an authorized HySecurity
distributor (this excludes product purchased through internet resellers or any
distributor not authorized by HySecurity), if the product registration is completed by
the Dealer/Installer/End User within 60 days of the date of purchase, the following
warranty terms will apply. HySecurity warrants that the product will remain serviceable for the following periods:
a. Hydraulic industrial gate operators hydraulics, controls, and mechanical
components: Five Years or 500,000 gate cycles (whichever occurs first) after the
date of installation,
b. Hydraulic wedge operator hydraulics and controls: Five Years or 500,000 cycles
(whichever occurs first) after the date of installation. Wedge mechanical components: Two Years after the date of installation,
c. Electromechanical Slide and Swing operators: Five Years or 500,000 cycles
(whichever cocurs first) after the date of installation, except single family residential usage, where the warranty term shall be Seven Years after the date the
product was shipped from HySecurity,
d. Electromechanical surface mount wedge operator electronics: Two Years or
500,000 gate cycles (whichever occurs first), after the date of installation,
e. Electromechanical Barrier Arm Operators: Two years or 1,000,000 gate cycles
(whichever occurs first) after the date of installation,
provided that the preceding Five Year warranty period in (a), (b) and (c) will not
extend beyond seven years from the date that the product was shipped from HySecurity, and the Two Year warranty period in (b), (d) and (e) will not extend beyond
four years from the date that the product was shipped from HySecurity.
The preceding warranty durations do not apply to the products or components
described below (f-i), which have a shorter warranty period.
f. Hydraulic gate operator drive wheels including XtremeDrive™ wheels and rack:
Two Years from date of installation.
g. AC and DC power supplies, chargers and inverters and HyNet™ Gateway: Two
Years from date of installation, except batteries.
h. Batteries: One Year from date of shipment from HySecurity.
i. Components subject to normal wear including, but not limited to, chains, belts,
idler wheels, sprockets and fuses: One Year from date of installation.
1(b) HySecurity Products Not Purchased Through an Authorized Distributor or Not
Properly Registered within 60 Days
For any product that is not purchased from an authorized HySecurity distributor
or for which the product registration was not completed by the Dealer/Installer/
End User within 60 days of the date of purchase, the following One-Year Limited
Warranty will apply: HySecurity warrants that the product will remain serviceable for
the following periods, which begin on the date that the product was shipped from
HySecurity:
a. All gate operators: One Year or 100,000 gate cycles whichever comes first.
The preceding warranties do not extend to accessories when those items carry
another manufacturer’s name plate and they are not a part of the base model.
HySecurity disclaims all warranties for such accessory compon¬ents, which carry
only the original warranty, if any, of their original manu¬facturer. HySecurity hereby
assigns its rights under such manufacturer warranties—to the extent that such
rights are assignable—to Buyer.
These warranties extend to HySecurity’s Distributors, to the Dealer/Installer, and
to the first End User of the product following installation. They do not extend to
subsequent purchasers.
2. Exclusion of Other Warranties.
The warranties contained in Section 1 are the exclusive warranties given by HySecurity and supersede any prior, contrary or additional represent-ations, whether oral
or written. Any prior or extrinsic representations or agreements are discharged or
nullified. HYSECURITY HEREBY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES—WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY—INCLUDING ANY
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ANY LIABILITY, FOR INFRINGEMENT, AND ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OTHER¬WISE ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF
PER¬FORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE.
3. Buyer’s Exclusive Remedies for Any Nonconformity.
If a HySecurity product fails to conform to the warranties in Section 1, Buyer must
notify and order replacement parts from the Distributor through which the product was
purchased within a reasonable time and in no event more than thirty (30) days after
the discovery of the nonconform¬ity. HySecurity will investigate and, in the event of a
breach, will provide, within a reasonable period of time, one of the following: (1) repair
or replacement of any nonconforming products or components or (2) refund of the price
upon return of the nonconforming items. HySecurity reserves the right to supply used or
reconditioned material for all warranty claims. HySecurity will not be considered to be in
breach of or default under this Warranty because of any failure to perform due to conditions beyond its reasonable control, including any force majeure. This warranty does not
cover any incidental expenses, including fines or penalties, temporary security, labor,
shipping, travel time or standby time that are incurred for inspection or replacement of
any nonconforming items. As a condition of warranty coverage, warranty claims must be
submitted in accordance with the procedures described on the HySecurity form, “RMA
Procedures.”
THE REMEDY SELECTED BY HYSECURITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS PARAGRAPH
SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDY OF BUYER FOR ANY BREACH OF
WARRANTY.
4. Exclusion of Consequential and Incidental Damages.
HYSECURITY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER RESULT¬ING FROM NONDELIVERY OR FROM
THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN
THE PRODUCT OR FROM HYSECURITY’S OWN NEGLIGENCE. This exclusion applies
regardless of whether such damages are sought for breach of warranty, breach of
contract, negligence, or strict liability. This exclusion does not apply to claims for bodily
injury or death.
5. Severability.
b. AC and DC power supplies, chargers or inverters: One Year.
If any provision of this warranty is found to be invalid or unenforceable, then the
remainder shall have full force and effect.
c. HyNet™ Gateway: One Year.
d. Hydraulic gate operator drive wheels: One Year.
6. Proprietary Rights.
1(c) Replacement Parts
HySecurity warrants that replacement parts (whether new or reconditioned) will
remain serviceable for One Year from the date that the product was shipped from
HySecurity or the remaining period of the Gate Operator warranty, whichever is
longer.
1(d) Limitations and Exclusions Applicable to Each of the Preceding Warranties.
The preceding warranties shall not apply to equipment that has been
(1) installed, maintained, or used improperly or contrary to instructions;
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(2) subjected to negligence, accident, vandalism, or damaged by severe weather,
wind, flood, fire, terrorism or war; or (3) damaged through improper operation,
maintenance, storage or abnormal or extraordinary use or abuse. Any modification
made to products will void the warranty unless the modifications are approved in
writing by HySecurity in advance of the change (this exclusion does not apply to normal installation of approved accessories and/or protective devices or sensors). It is
the responsibility of the distributor, installer, or End User to ensure that the software
version in the product is maintained to the latest revision level.
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HySecurity retains and reserves all right, title, and interest in the intellectual property
rights of its products, including any accompanying proprietary software. No ownership
of any intellectual property rights in the products or accompanying software is transferred to Distributor, Dealer/Installer or End User.
7. Applicable Law.
This warranty will be interpreted, construed, and enforced in all respects in accordance
with the laws of the State of Washington, without reference to its choice of law principles. The U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not
apply to this warranty.
Limited Warranty
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HydraWedge SM50 & HydraSupply XL Specifications
Model
HydraWedge™ SM50
Crash Certified
HydraWedge™ SM50 UPS
HydraWedge™ SM50 Twin
Domestic ASTM F2656 M50-P1 and international IWA 14-1 V/7200[N3C]/80/90:0.0 and PAS68 V/7500[N3]/80/90:0.0/20.7 with no penetration
Duty Cycle
Horsepower
300 cycles/hr
400 cycles/hr divided between 2 wedges
2 hp
2 hp
5 hp
Drive
Hydraulic
Open/Close Time
3 seconds
Emergency Fast
Operate
Manual Operation
Hand pump (standard)
4 hp
1 second
Plate width: 2,2.5, 3, 3.5, 4 m* (6.5, 8, 10, 11.5, 13 ft)
Plate height (raised): 1050 mm (3.5 ft)
Excavation width: Plate width + 700 mm (27.5 inch)
Excavation length: 3.7 m (12 ft)
Excavation depth:** 300 mm (1 ft)
Wedge Design
Wheel Load
44,000 lb axle load rating; 22,000 lb wheel load (19,958 Kg. / 9,979 Kg)
Uninterruptible
Power Supply
Standard model generates
multiple cycles from fully charged
accumulator.
Hundreds of cycles after AC power
loss with DC Power Supply w/
HyCharger DC™ ***
Standard model generates
multiple cycles from fully charged
accumulator.
6 cycles
2.5 gallon accumulator
4 accumulator cycles in addition to
hundreds of UPS cycles.
2.5 gallon accumulator
6 cycles divided between two wedges
2.5 gallon accumulator
208/230V 60Hz
220V 50Hz
115V 60/50Hz 23A †
or 208-230V 60/50Hz 11.5A.
Choose voltage with care as chargers
are not field convertible.
230V 60Hz
220V 50Hz
Accumulator Backup
Cycles: Either normal
or EFO
1 Phase Power
208/230/460V 60Hz;
220/380/440V 50Hz
Two 8Ah batteries maintain low
voltage to the controls for 24 hours
after AC power loss
3 Phase Power
Batteries
Temperature Rating
n/a
Two 110 Ah batteries located in
separate DC UPS enclosure
Hundreds of cycles after AC power
loss with DC Power Supply w/
HyCharger DC™ ***
4 additional accumulator cycles
divided between two wedges in
addition to hundreds of UPS cycles.
2.5 gallon accumulator
115V 50/60Hz 23A †
or 208-230V 50/60Hz 11.5A.
Choose voltage with care as chargers
are not field convertible.
208/230/460V 60Hz;
220/380/440V 50Hz
Two 8Ah batteries maintain low
voltage to the controls for 24 hours
after AC power loss
n/a
Two 110 Ah batteries located in
separate DC UPS enclosure
-40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C) or -10° to 158° F (-23° to 70° C) HySecurity specified biodegradable fluid
Communication
RS-232, RS-485, Ethernet/fiber using optional HyNet™ Gateway accessory
User Controls
Smart Touch Controller with 70+ configurable options. Smart Touch keypad and display or a PC using S.T.A.R.T. software.
Relays
Enclosure
HydraWedge™ SM50 Twin UPS
Three configurable user relays: one 30VDC, 3A solid state and two 250VAC, 10A electromechanical; Optional Hy8Relay™ for 8 additional relay outputs
HydraSupply XL: Type 3R, 91w x
122h x 41d cm (36w x 48h x 16d inch),
optional NEMA 4X
HydraSupply XL: Type 3R, 91w x
122h x 41d cm (36w x 48h x 16d inch),
optional NEMA 4X
DC Power Supply: Type 3R, 76w x
76h x 30d cm (30w x 30h x12d inch)
Finish
HydraSupply XL: Type 3R, 91w x
122h x 41d cm (36w x 48h x 16d inch),
optional NEMA 4X
HydraSupply XL: Type 3R, 91w x
122h x 41d cm (36w x 48h x 16d inch),
optional NEMA 4X
DC Power Supply: Type 3R, 76w x
76h x 30d cm (30w x 30h x12d inch)
Powder coated, 2,000 hr salt spray tested
Foundation
Less than 300 mm** (1 ft) concrete depth all widths up to 4.15 m (13.5 ft); less than 218 kg (480 lb) rebar; less than 3.1 m3 (4 cu yds) concrete (per wedge)
Electrical
Certification
Control panel certified to UL 508A by ETL
Warranty
5 year warranty on electronics and hydraulics. 2 year warranty on mechanical wedge.
* Wedge manufactured in metric scale. Use for precision measurements. All imperial measurements rounded to nearest ½ ft
** 300 mm excavation: 200 mm reinforcing concrete + 100 mm roadway surface of any material
*** The operator’s normal duty cycle and the actual number of combined cycles available from batteries depends upon wedge blocking plate weight, number of batteries,
state of charge and health, ambient temperature, accessory power draw and length of power outage.
† 115V input requires 30A branch circuit.
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All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any means (photocopier, electronic, or mechanical), without the express written permission of HySecurity Gate,
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Trademarks
SlideDriver, StrongArm, SwingRiser, StrongArm CRASH, StongArm M30, StrongArm M50, HydraLift, HydraSwing, HydraWedge SM50, HydraSupply XL, HydraSupply, HyNet,
Hy8Relay, HyInverter AC, HyCharger DC, SlideWinder, Smart Touch, S.T.A.R.T., SwingSmart DC, SlideSmart DC, StrongArmPark DC, WedgeSmart DC, Smart DC and the HySecurity logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HySecurity Gate, Inc.
UL and UL logo are trademarks of UL LLC and ETL is a trademark of Intertek.
Intertek provides the ETL Listed Mark.
MX3970-01 Rev. B
Specifications
800-321-9947
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