AL675 - UDC1 Actuator Lift
Installation Instructions
Lift Mechanisms
AL675 - UDC1 Actuator Lift
Design Highlights
-Push up lid
-Full cable management
-Compact design for minimum spatial requirements
-Only 20mm of height above television required
-Near silent motor system
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ISSUE 017
Introduction: Safety Information
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Caution
Danger
Keep Hands
Beware of
Safety Disclaimer
Warning
Clear
Moving Parts
Important Safety Instructions
Electricity
Explanation of graphical symbols
-(Electric Shock Symbol) = The lightning flash within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert you to the presence of un-insulated
“dangerous voltage” within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute an electric shock to persons
-(Caution Symbol) = The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert you to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product
-(Tools Symbols) = The tools symbol within a coloured square are intended to highlight the required tools necessary for correct and
safe installation of the product. These are intended as a
guide only, and it is at the installer’s discretion as to which tools are used.
WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, ONLY AUTHORIZED INSTALLERS TO OPEN THE POWER CONTROL BOX.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose electrical parts to rain or moisture, unless the
product has been specifically designed to do so.
WARNING: Failure to provide adequate structural strengthening, prior to installation can result in serious personal injury or damage to the
equipment. It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure the structure to which the component is affixed can support the four times the
weight of the component.
WARNING: Do not exceed the weight capacity. This can result in serious personal injury or damage to the equipment. It is the installer’s
responsibility to ensure that the total combined weight of all attached components does not exceed that of the maximum figure stated.
WARNING: Failure to provide adequate structural strength for this component can result in serious personal injury or damage to equipment! It is the installer’s responsibility to make sure the structure to which this component is attached can support five times the combined
weight of all equipment. Reinforce the structure as required before installing the component.
Warnings:
1.
Read all technical instructions fully before installation and use. It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that all
documentation is passed on the end user and read fully before operation.
2.
Keep all documentation.
3.
Heed all warnings.
4.
Follow all technical specifications and instructions during installation.
5.
Do not use near water unless the product has been specifically designed to do so.
6.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
7.
Do not defeat the purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two blades, one wider
than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a grounding prong. The wide blade or third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an electrician or contact the
manufacturer.
8.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where the exit from the apparatus.
9.
Unplug the apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
10.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
11.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is required regularly on an annual basis, when the apparatus is
damaged in any way, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
12.
To completely disconnect the apparatus form the AC mains, disconnect the power cord plug from the AC
receptacle on the power control box.
13.
To prevent overheating, do not cover the apparatus. Install in accordance with the instructions.
14.
UK, Ireland and Hong Kong only – The power cord is supplied with a 13A plug having an earthing pin. The
apparatus is earthed and this pin is not required for safety, merely to operate the safety shutter of mains outlet.
15.
No naked flames such as lit candles should be placed on the unit.
16.
Observe and follow the local regulations when disposing of batteries.
17.
Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing fluids.
18.
Do not place objects filled with liquid, such as vases, on the unit.
19.
Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
20.
For all mounted apparatus, the apparatus should be installed on solid wood, bricks, concrete or solid wood
columns and battens.
21.
Always turn off power at source before putting on or taking off parts and cleaning.
22.
Do not use outdoors unless marked for outdoor use.
23.
Exceeding the weight capacity can result in serious personal injury or damage to equipment.
Future Sound & Vision trading as Future Automation intend to make this and all documentation as accurate as possible. However, Future
Automation makes no claim that the information contained herein covers all details, conditions or variations, nor does it provide for every
possible contingency in connection with the installation or use of this product. The information contained in this document is subject to
change without prior notice or obligation of any kind. Future Automation makes no representation of warranty, expressed or implied,
regarding the information contained herein. Future Automation assumes no responsibility for accuracy, completeness or sufficiency of the
information contained in this document.
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Introduction
Safety Information
Contents
Contents
Tool Indicator Icons
1
2
3
3
Installation
Parts List
Package Contents
Stage 1
Before You Start
Resetting The AL675
Stage 2
Fixings To The Cabinet
Stage 3
Releasing The Screen Uprights
Stage 4
Aligning The Screen
Stage 5
Mounting The Screen
Stage 6
Inserting The Shelf
Stage 7
Connecting The Push Bar
Stage 8
Final Checks
Electrical Connections
Contact Closure
IR Controls
RF Controls
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Operations
IR Control
IR Operation
Storing Positions
Changing Batteries
RF Control
RF Operation
14
14
14
14
15
15
Trouble Shooting
16
Technical Overview
17
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Introduction: Contents
Contents
Introduction: Contents / Tool Indicator
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Tool Indicator Icons
1.
2.
1. - Drill
2. - Tape measure
3.
4.
3. - Allen Keys
4. - Spirit Level
5.
6.
7.
5. - Screwdrivers
6. - Spanners
8.
7. - Pencil
8. - Saw
Product Warranty
This product carries a warranty that covers the cost of labour and spare parts incurred by any defects in materials and workmanship under normal use
during a two year period from date of purchase. Support for any problems that are not hardware faults are excluded from the warranty entitlement.
This warranty does not affect your statutory consumer rights.
The following is excluded from warranty service:
•
Malfunctioning caused by misuse or damage, accidental or otherwise, or service modification by persons not authorised by Future Automation,
or the use of any non Future Automation supplied parts;
•
Any electrical, or other environmental work external to your Future Automation mechanism including power cuts, surges or lightning strikes;
•
Additional items not supplied by Future Automation although they may have been supplied together by the retailer;
•
Any 3rd party software products controlling your mechanism;
•
Any transfer of ownership. Warranty is provided only to the initial purchaser;
•
Compensation for loss of use of the product, and consequential loss of any kind;
•
Use of the product over the specified weight capacity;
•
Any damage to products during transit that is not checked and notified as “unchecked” or “damaged” upon receipt of delivery.
Any part of your system that needs to be replaced during a warranty repair becomes the property of Future Automation.
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Package Contents
1 - Mechanism
1.1 - Base Plate
1.2 - Linear Actuator
1.3 - Base Shelf
1.4 - Shelf Bracket
1.5 - Cable Management Bracket
1.6 - Top Bracket
1.7 - Screen Plate
1.8 - Screen Uprights
1.9 - Push Bar
1.10 - Cable Management
2 - Remote Control
3 - Control Box
Not Shown On Page
5 - x2 AAA Batteries
6 - Multi Pack Of Nuts, Bolts & Washers
7 - Mains Power & Other Leads
8 - Felt Pad
Installation: Package Contents
Nuts & Bolts Multipack:
A range of nuts, bolts, washers
and spacers to help add in the
mounting for your screen
1.9
1.6
1.7
1.8
3
1
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.10
2
1.1
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Installation: Stage 1
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Before you start
Prior to installation check the following:
-The product is in good condition
-No damage to any parts
-Wiring is all secure
-The unit is in the closed position
-Test the mechanism by running it up and down
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-Place the mechanism into the cabinet and
fix into place (fixings not supplied.)
- Check the measurements of the cabinet
to the technical sheet
Fixing holes
x2 tapped holes to adjust
the level of the unit, in case
of mounting on an un-even
surface
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Installation: Stage 2
Fixing to the cabinet
Installation: Stage 3
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Releasing the screen uprights
Screen plate
Loosen upright bolts as
shown to release screen
uprights from screen plate
Upright bolts
Screen uprights
-Remove screen up rights by
unhooking over horizontal bars
-Organise cables so they run
through the cable management
chain and are neatly organised
in the bottom of the cabinet
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Installation: Stage 4
Aligning the screen
Align the top of the screen so that it’s
just below the underside of the lid when
the mechanism is in the IN position
Change the height of the screen by
altering the mounting holes in the
screen plate
Mounting holes
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Installation: Stage 5
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Mounting the screen
-Place the screen uprights into
position on the back of the
screen
-Secure into place using the
range of nuts, bolts and washers
provided
-Once the screen uprights
are attached, overlap the
screen to the horizontal bars
the same way as they were
taken off
-Tighten x4 bolts back up to
lock the screen into position
as shown in the detail view
-Make sure the screen is
centralized in the middle of
the mechanism
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Adjust the fixings on the shelf bracket to
determine the height of the shelf. Change
the height of the shelf so that it fills the
void neatly and sits flush to the top surface
-Slide the shelf into position under the
screen and on top of the base shelf
-Secure into place through the middle
holes on both sides
-Optional - Use bolts in the corners to
push up and level the shelf.
Base shelf
Optional adjustment
fixings
Fixing hole
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Installation: Stage 6
Inserting the shelf
Installation: Stage 7
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Connecting the push bar
-Stick the felt pad onto the underside
of the lid so it’s in-line with the push
bar.
-Make sure that when the mechanism
opens the push bar is in contact with
the felt pad
Adjust the push bar so when the
screen is in the lN position the push
bar is just short from touching the
underside of the lid
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Installation: Stage 8
Final checks
Final movement.
Make sure the unit runs
smoothly and that the push
bar hits and then runs along
the felt pad.
-Make sure that the lid doesn’t
fall back over its self when the
unit opens.
-Product is level and square in
the cabinet
-The mechanism runs smoothly
and to the stored positions
The mechanism movement should
look like this:
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Installation: Electrical Connection
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Contact Closure
- Use an RJ45 connector in the
appropriate socket on the control
box to operate via contact closure
SLQV
WIRE / CABLE
568A
568B
PIN
DESCRIPTION
ACTION
1
12V SUPPLY
12V SUPPLY - CURRENT LIMITED
W/G
W/O
2
12V LATCH
When 12V attached, device will go OUT.
When 12V removed device will go IN.
G
O
3
GROUND
GROUND
W/O
W/G
PIN 4 NOT USED
BL
BL
4
CONTACT CLOSURE
LED INDICATOR
5
DEVICE LATCH
Momentary short to GROUND (pin 3), stops
device in current position.
W/BL
W/BL
LED 4
6
DEVICE STOP
Momentary short to GROUND (pin 3), stops
device in current position.
O
G
LED 3
7
DEVICE OUT
Momentary short to GROUND (pin 3), makes
device go OUT.
W/BR
W/BR
LED 2
8
DEVICE IN
Momentary short to GROUND (pin 3), makes
device go IN.
BR
BR
LED 1
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AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
AC Mains
Power Input
RJ11 Connection
for RS232
Installation: IR Control
IR Controls
General Wiring
RJ45 Connection
for Contact Closure
AC Mains
Power Output
IR Input Jack
IR LED
DC1
Low voltage power output for motor
drive. LED’s to show operation of limit
switches and positional counters
Replacing batteries
Out - Raises
the screen to
stored position
In - Lowers
the screen to
stored position
Stop - Will stop
the operation at
any point
Future Automation IR Remote
Controller needs x2 AAA batteries which
are provided within the packaging
Storing positions
Press STORE + STORE + C to set
height, current position will be stored
after lift has fully lowered uninterrupted.
Safety Note
When the mechanism is moving, if any button
is pressed apart from those already assigned,
the mechanism will stop immediately.
An interruption of this movement will
cancel height setting.
Press STORE + STORE + B to clear
set height.
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Installation: RF Control
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
RF Controls
RF Remote Control
The RF aerial is integrated
into the circuit board.
If power is cut the
mechanism can only
go down.
Moves
mechanism
UP
Press - Stops
mechanism
Moves
mechanism
DOWN
Press - Stops
mechanism
Storing positions
-Press limit button for under 5 seconds, nothing will happen.
-Press & hold for 5-10 secs (LED will flash) once released, current
position will be stored after lift has fully lowered uninterrupted.
-Press & hold for 10 secs + (LED will stay on) once released,
stored position is cleared.
Mechanism Output Power Supply
It is possible for the power to the screen to be switched by the
control box. Use this connector to take power to the screen.
Earth
Live
Neutral
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Trouble Shooting:
RS232
- Use an RJ25 connector in the socket marked
RS232 on the control box to operate using RS232
Details
Baud rate:
Stop bit:
Parity:
Databits:
RJ25
9600
1
None
8
9 PIN D
PIN 1: RX
TO
PIN 2: TX
PIN 6: TX
TO
PIN 3: RX
PIN 3: GROUND
TO
PIN 5: GROUND
PIN 4: GROUND
TO
PIN 5: GROUND
IMPORTANT
Ensure protocol is entered exactly
as written.
Protocol
fa_in Carriage Return (Enter
Action
)
Device IN
fa_out Carriage Return (Enter
)
Device OUT
fa_stop Carriage Return (Enter
)
Device STOP (At any position)
SLQV
Pin 1: RX
Pin 6 : TX
Pin 3 & 4: GROUND
Pin 2: TX
Pin 3: RX
Pin 5: GROUND
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Technical overview:
AL675 UDC1 Actuator Lift
Actuator lift 675 - Trouble shooting guide
Having problems? - Check the following:
1. Are all the connections correct?
2. Is the mechanism being operated correctly?
If the mechanism does not operate correctly, check the items listed in the table below.
Should the problem persist, there may be a malfunction. If this is the case, disconnect the
mains power immediately and contact your installer.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Page
IR receiver not plugged in
Connect IR receiver into 'IR IN' on
interface
15
Remote control or batteries
faulty
Replace batteries or remote
15
Control unit faulty
Contact manufacture
Lid falls back when open
Incorrect cabinet dimensions
Check cabinet dimensions
13
Rubbing noise when opening
Push bars not at equal
distance from flap
Re-position push bar
12
Remote control faulty or
batteries
Replace batteries or remote
15
Procedure not followed
correctly
Refer to instructions
15
Lift not working
Unable to store positions
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Hertfordshire
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United Kingdom
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Fax: +44 (0) 1438 833 565
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