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INDUSTRIAL
SlideDriver
™
Slide Gate Operator
Ultra reliability • Unlimited cycles • Secure • Long/Heavy gates • Low maintenance
31 models: 1 to 3 ft/s, battery backup,
corrections. 1,000 lb to 20,000 lb gates.
Aviation
Utilities
Corrections
Aviation
SlideDriver™ is the original ultra-reliable and robust hydraulic slide gate
operator chosen to secure thousands of sites worldwide. Fully enclosed
hydraulic motors which propel a rigid drive rail through two compressed
polyurethane wheels. Low maintenance. Few moving parts. Lasts decades.
Applications
Typical Sites
Aviation
Industrial
Government
Military
Corporate
Commercial
Law Enforcement
Airport
Port
Embassy
Military Base
Corporate Campus
Petrochemical Plant
Correctional Facility
Operator Unlimited duty cycles. Hydraulic, industrial grade components.
Smart Touch Controller with diagnostics and integrated security reporting.
1 to 3 ft/s, up to 20,000 lb gate. Gate length limited only by weight. All voltages/
phases. Steel cover. Seamless synchronization with all HySecurity operators for
master-slave, sally port or other specialized applications.
Call HySecurity for an operator/parts distributor near you at 800-321-9947
Visit www.hysecurity.com
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INDUSTRIAL
Ultra Reliable
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HySecurity® operators exceed
the most demanding strength,
quality and reliability specifications.
The uniquely design-engineered
electronics detect, report and trigger
automated site-specified actions
when critical security breaches occur.
Abnormal operation or security
breach reporting integrates easily
to centralized security monitoring
systems through HySecurity’s
unique, powerful and feature-rich
Smart Touch Controller.
COMPUTER INTERFACE (S.T.A.R.T.) for setup and diagnostics
Smart Touch Controller reports many faults and conditions including:
• Open or close limit
reached
• Tailgating
• Vehicle detector or loop
malfunction
• Loitering
• Gate forced open
• AC power loss
Smart Touch Analyze and Retrieve
Tool allows users to upload latest
operator software, download fault
logs, generate diagnostics, and
program the operator using a laptop.
SlideDriver™ Models
1,000 lb gates
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
3,000 lb gates
1.7 ft/s (50 cm/s)
4,000 lb gates
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
5,000 lb gates
2.2 ft/s (70 cm/s)
5,000 lb gates
2.2 ft/s (70 cm/s)
EFO 3 ft/s (90 cm/s)
5,000 lb gates
3 ft/s (90 cm/s)
8,000 lb gates
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
20,000 lb gates
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
Model
SlideDriver 10
SlideDriver 30F
SlideDriver 40
SlideDriver 50VF2
SlideDriver 50VF2-EFO
SlideDriver 50VF3
SlideDriver 80
SlideDriver 200
Part #
222 SS ST
222 EX 1.7 ST
222 E ST
222 X2 ST
222 X2EFO ST
222 X3 ST
222 X1 ST
444 XS ST
Duty Cycle
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Horsepower
1 hp
2 hp
1 hp
2 hp
2 hp
2 hp
2 hp
5 hp
Drive Wheels
Two 6” (15 cm) wheels
Two 6” (15 cm) wheels
Two 6” (15 cm) wheels
Two 8” (20 cm) wheels
Two 8” (20 cm) wheels
Two 8” (20 cm) wheels
Two 8” (20 cm) wheels
Four 8” (20 cm) wheels
Gate Weight
1,000 lb (453 kg)
gate max.
3,000 lb (1,361 kg)
gate max.
4,000 lb (1,814 kg)
gate max.
5,000 lb (2,268 kg)
gate max.
5,000 lb (2,268 kg)
gate max.
5,000 lb (2,268 kg)
gate max.
8,000 lb (3,629 kg)
gate max.
20,000 lb (9,072 kg)
gate max.
Gate Length
Limited only by weight
Drawbar Pull
300 lb (136 kg)
Rate of Travel
1 Phase
Voltage
Limited only by weight Limited only by weight Limited only by weight
300 lb (136 kg)
300 lb (136 kg)
Limited only by weight
Limited only by weight
Limited only by weight
Limited only by weight
300 lb (136 kg)
300 lb (136 kg)
300 lb (136 kg)
600 lb (272 kg)
1,200 lb (544 kg)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
1.7 ft/s (50 cm/s)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
2.2 ft/s (70 cm/s)
2.2 ft/s (70 cm/s) with Emergency
Fast Close at 3 ft/s (90 cm/s)
3 ft/s (90 cm/s)
1 ft/s (30 cm/s)
115/208/230 60 Hz
110/220 50 Hz
208/230 60 Hz
220 50 Hz
115/208/230 60 Hz
110/220 50 Hz
208/230 60 Hz
220 50 Hz
208/230 60 Hz
220 50 Hz
208/230 60 Hz
220 50 Hz
208/230 60 Hz
220 50 Hz
230 60 Hz
208/230/460/575 60 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
208/230/460/575 60 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
208/230/460/575 60 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
208/230/460/575 60 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
3 Phase
Voltage
208/230/460/575 60 Hz 208/230/460/575 60 Hz 208/230/460/575 60 Hz 208/230/460/575 60 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
220/380 50 Hz
UL 325
Listing
Usage Class I, II, III, IV
Usage Class III, IV
Usage Class I, II, III, IV
Usage Class III, IV
Usage Class III, IV
Usage Class III, IV
Usage Class III, IV
Usage Class III, IV
5 year
5 year
5 year
5 year
5 year
5 year
5 year
5 year
Warranty
Additional models available
UPS Backup
SlideDriver 10 UPS
SlideDriver 30F UPS
SlideDriver 40 UPS
Call
Call
Call
SlideDriver 80 UPS
SlideDriver 200 UPS
Correctional
Facility
–
SlideDriver 30F-C
SlideDriver 40-C
SlideDriver 50VF2-C
SlideDriver 50VF2-EFO-C
SlideDriver 50VF3-C
SlideDriver 80-C
SlideDriver 200-C
SlideDriver 10-M
SlideDriver 30F-M
SlideDriver 40-M
SlideDriver 50VF2-M SlideDriver 50VF2-EFO-M
SlideDriver 50VF3-M
SlideDriver 80-M
SlideDriver 200-M
Modular
OptionAL ACCESSORIES: HY-5A intelligent vehicle detectors, 12” base riser, tamper proof
heavy gauge cover, cabinet lock, solenoid lock, heater, strobe light, UPS battery backup,
Emergency Fast Operate, snowbrush kit, custom colors and more. Compatible with most
available access control, safety, vehicle detection and many other accessories.
System Design Support: Contact HySecurity for CAD drawings, tech manuals, help with
specialty site requirements or other specifications support. Download operator specifications
online at hysecurity.com or call HySecurity for a complete list.
Call HySecurity for an operator/parts distributor near you.
phone 800-321-9947 fax 888-321-9946
www.hysecurity.com • [email protected]
Gate panel
(part of fence assembly)
Safety mesh
to prevent
reach-through
Drive rail
(available from
HySecurity)
Concrete slab
SMART TOUCH
Features of the Smart Touch Controller
• Tested for full conformity to the
latest UL991 / UL325 standards
• Listed for use all UL defined
application classes (I – IV)
• Robust design in order to assure reliability
• Inherent entrapment sensor
• Built in “warn before operate” system
• Touch control in operator for installer use
• Liquid crystal display for reporting of functions and easy
installer configuration
• Built in power surge/lightning strike protection
• Easy one wire input terminal connections and common wire buss
• Base model is loaded with features:
1. Menu mode for installer configuration of many options
2. Patented Anti-Tailgate mode
3. Seventeen user inputs
4. Three installer configurable outputs for many interface options
5. Optional custom vehicle detectors that self selects loop frequency
6. Event logging EEPROM for trouble shooting diagnostics
7. Port for connection to laptop or other computer peripheral (RS232)
8. Easy connection of Master/Slave systems (RS485)
Phone: 1-800-321-9947
Fax: 1-888-321-9946
Internet: www.hysecurity.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Installation and Maintenance Manual
E Entrapment Protection Device Schematic for Sliding Gates
Attention
Entrapment Protection Device
Schematic for Sliding Gates
Guard posts
Keep this gap as
small as possible
Photo Eyes for
both directions
Gate edge
sensors
Physical travel
stop, both ends
Warning signs must
be on both sides
Stop and reset
button
2 ¼” safety mesh
prevents reachthrough: height not
less than 48 inches
Access controls
at least six feet
away from gate
and operator
Audio alarm
Gate edge sensor,
on leading edge
and trailing edge
Physical travel
stop, both ends
Photo Eyes for
both directions
each side of gate
Note: All wheels must be
covered. (Wheels and
covers not shown for clarity)
This schematic view is not meant to recommend the only way to set up your configuration, but to
point out the various elements of a proper automatic vehicular gate installation. The gate operator
itself is only one component in the total system. Always install a separate pedestrian gate.
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UL 325 Standard requirements for Entrapment Protection Devices
Gate Operator Category
Horizontal Slide, Vertical Lift, Vertical Pivot
Swing and Vertical Barrier (arm)
Usage class
Primary typea
Secondary typea
Primary typea
Secondary typea
Vehicular I and II
A
1, B2, or D
A, or C
A, B1, B2, C, or D
Vehicular III
A, B1, or B2
A, B1, B2, D, or E
A, B1, or C
A, B1, B2, C, D, or E
Vehicular IV
A, B1, B2, or D
A, B1, B2, D, or E
A, B1, C, or D
A, B1, B2, C, D, or E
Note—The same type of device shall not be utilized for both the primary and the secondary
entrapment protection means. Use of a single device to cover both the opening and closing
directions is in accordance with the requirement; however, a single device is not required to cover
both directions. A combination of one Type B1 for one direction and one Type B2 for the other
direction is the equivalent of one device for the purpose of complying with the requirements of either
the primary or secondary entrapment protection means.
aEntrapment protection sensor types:
Type A - Inherent entrapment sensing systems.
Type B1 - A non-contact sensor (photoelectric sensor or the equivalent).
Type B2 - A contact sensor (edge sensor device or the equivalent).
Type C - Inherent adjustable clutch or pressure relief device.
Type D - An actuating device requiring continuous pressure to maintain opening or closing
motion of the gate.
Type E - An inherent audio alarm, which warns a minimum of 3 seconds before operation.
UL Usage Class Information:
The automatic vehicular operator must also be labeled as appropriate for both the type and usage
class of the gate. Installers must verify that the gate operator is labeled for the intended application.
Note: Sliding gate operators installed in Class I & II applications must not move the gate faster than
12 inches per second.
Class I: Intended for use in a location with one to four single family dwellings, or a parking area
associated therewith.
Class II: Intended for use in a commercial location or building such as a multi-family housing unit
(five or more single family units) hotel, garages, retail store or other building servicing the general
public.
Class III: Intended for use in an industrial location or building such as a factory or loading dock or
other locations not intended to service the general public.
Class IV: Intended for use in a guarded industrial location or building such as an airport security
area or other restricted access locations not servicing the general public, in which unauthorized
access is prevented via supervision by security personnel.
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Placement and Use of Secondary Pedestrian Entrapment Sensors
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, read and follow all instructions in
the gate operator handbook and on the warning labels.
Automatic gate operators are intended only for vehicular use and pedestrians must be routed to a
separate man gate, however sensors are still required in order to provide a degree of protection
should anyone happen to stray into the area of an automatic gate. Generally there are two types of
external sensors that may be used: Contact type sensors, such as an edge sensor, and noncontact sensors, such as photoelectric eyes. Current industry standards require the use of either
type, or both, of these sensors as a secondary device. In Class I and Class II automatic sliding gate
installations because the general public is likely to be present. Although there are alternatives for
Class III and IV installations, we highly recommend the use of external sensors for all automatic
gate applications.
The specifier or installer may choose either photoelectric eyes or edge sensors, or use these
devices in combination, but both the open and closing directions of gate travel must be guarded.
The UL 325 standard for automatic sliding gates specifically requires the following:
•
One or more non-contact sensors (photoelectric eyes) shall be located where the risk of
entrapment or obstruction exists, such as the perimeter reachable by a moving gate.
•
One or more contact sensors (edge sensors) shall be located at the leading edge, trailing
edge and post mounted both inside and outside of a sliding gate.
•
A hardwired contact sensor shall be located and it’s wiring arranged so that the
communication between the sensor and the gate is not subjected to mechanical damage.
•
A contact sensor that transmits its signal to the gate operator shall be located such that the
signal is not impeded by building structures or other obstructions and shall function under its
intended end-use conditions.
•
The contact and non-contact sensors must be tested and labeled as “Recognized
Components” under the UL 325 standard in order to be deemed acceptable for use in this
application.
Study the entrapment protection schematic and consider your specific installation to
determine where the greatest risks of entrapment exist. Locate edge sensors and/or the
photoelectric sensors accordingly. Be certain that a sufficient number of sensors are used
so that both directions of gate travel are properly guarded.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS for Model SlideDriver 50VF2 (Part # 222 X2 ST)
Variable Speed Hydraulic Slide Gate Operator
for Gates up to 5000 Pounds (2268 kg)
With Smart Touch Controller
02827 HYS
PART I – GENERAL
1.01. INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION
A. Pre-wired, self-contained, slide gate operator for horizontal sliding gates, including all selected
attachments and accessory equipment.
B. For further information, call the factory at (800) 321-9947.
1.02.
A.
B.
C.
RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE
Fencing: See section 02815.
Cast in place concrete: See section 03300.
Electrical service and connections: See section 16512.
1.03. SUBMITTALS
A. Shop drawings: Submit shop drawings under the provisions of Section 01300. Submit drawings
showing connections to adjacent construction, range of travel, and all electrical and mechanical
connections to the operator. Drawings shall also show the size and location of the concrete mounting
pad. Underground electrical runs and inductive vehicle obstruction loop locations shall be shown on
shop drawings.
B. Installation instructions: Submit two copies of manufacturer's installation instructions for this specific
project.
C. Test reports:
1)
Submit affidavits from the manufacturer demonstrating that the gate mechanism has been
tested to 200,000 cycles without breakdown.
2)
Each operator shall bear a label indicating that the operator mechanism has been tested for full
power and pressure of all hydraulic components, full stress tests of all mechanical components
and electrical tests of all overload devices.
1.04. QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Manufacturer: A company specializing in the manufacture of hydraulic gate operators of the type
specified, with a minimum of ten years experience.
B. Installer: A minimum of three years experience installing similar equipment, provide proof of attending
a HySecurity factory technical training within previous three years, or obtain other significant
manufacturer endorsement of technical aptitude, if required, during the submittal process.
1.05. CODES AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A. Operators shall be built to UL 325 standards and be listed by a testing laboratory. Complete all
electrical work according to local codes and National Electrical code. All fieldwork shall be performed
in a neat and professional manner, completed to journeyman standards.
B. Current safety standards require the use of multiple external sensors to be capable of reversing the
gate in either direction upon sensing an obstruction. See also 2.02D.
C. Vehicle gates should never be used by pedestrians. Separate pedestrian gates must always be
provided when foot traffic is present.
D. Current safety standards require gate operators to be designed and labeled for specific usage classes.
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HySecurity Model SlideDriver 50VF2 (222 X2 ST) is listed for use in UL 325 Usage Classes III and IV
only.
1.06. PRODUCT DELIVERY AND STORAGE
A. Comply with 01600.
B. Store products upright in the original shipping containers, covered, ventilated and protected from all
weather conditions.
1.07. WARRANTY
A. Provide a five-year limited warranty against all defects in materials or workmanship. Defective
materials shall be replaced with comparable materials furnished by the manufacturer, at no cost to
the owner. Freight, labor and other incidental costs are not covered under the factory warranty, but
may be covered by a separate service agreement between installing company and the owner.
1)
To ensure validation of warranty, return completed warranty registration form (included in
Installation and Reference manual) to manufacturer.
PART II – PRODUCTS
2.01. GATE OPERATORS
A. HySecurity gate operators model SlideDriver 50VF2 (222 X2 ST) with Smart Touch Controller, or
other comparable operator, as approved by the architect or specifier. Substitute operators that are
approved will be published in an addendum, not less than ten days prior to bid opening. Requests for
substitution will include the amount of savings to be passed on to the owner.
2.02. OPERATION
A. Operation shall be by means of a metal rail passing between a pair of solid metal wheels with
polyurethane treads. Operator motors shall be hydraulic, geroller type, and system shall not include
belts, gears, pulleys, roller chains or sprockets to transfer power from operator to gate panel. The
operator shall generate a minimum horizontal pull of 300 pounds (136 kg) without the drive wheels
slipping and without distortion of supporting arms. Operator shall be capable of handling gates
weighing up to 5,000 pounds (2,268 kg). The operator shall be speed controlled by an electronic
Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) which will accelerate and decelerate the gate gradually to prevent
shock loads to the gate and operator assembly. The maximum gate velocity of the Model SlideDriver
50VF2 (222 X2 ST) shall not be less than 26” (.66 m) per second. Upon starting, the VFD will
gradually accelerate the gate to its maximum speed and when stopping, gradually reduce gate
velocity to less than 1 foot (.30 m) per second, whereupon a limit switch will stop the electric motor.
Two adjustable hydraulic brake valves (one for each direction) assist in slowing the gate to a precise
stop.
B. Standard mechanical components shall include as a minimum:
1)
Supporting arms: Cast aluminum channel. Arms shall incorporate a fully bushed, 1-1/2" (38
mm) bronze bearing surface, acting on arm pivot pins. (item 2 below)
2)
Arm pivot pins: 3/4" (19 mm) diameter, stainless steel, with integral tabs for ease of removal.
3)
Tension spring: 2-1/2" (63.5 mm) heavy duty, 800 pound (363 kg) capacity.
4)
Tension adjustment: Finger tightened nut, not requiring the use of tools.
5)
Drive release: Must instantly release tension on both drive wheels, and disengage them from
contact with drive rail in a single motion, for manual operation.
6)
Limit switches: Fully adjustable, toggle types, with plug connection to control panel.
7)
Electrical enclosure: Oversized, metal, with hinged lid gasketed for protection from intrusion of
foreign objects, and providing ample space for the addition of accessories.
8)
Chassis: 1/4" (6.35 mm) steel base plate and 12 Ga. (2.66 mm) sides and back welded and
ground smooth.
9)
Cover: 16 Ga. (1.52 mm) zinc plated steel with textured TGIC polyester powder coat finish. All
joints welded.
10) Finish: Zinc plated steel with textured TGIC polyester powder coat finish, proven to withstand
1000-hour salt spray test.
11) Drive wheels: Two 8" (203 mm) Dia. metal hub with polyurethane tread.
12) Drive rail: Shall be extruded 6061 T6, not less than 1/8" (3.175 mm) thick. Drive rail shall
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C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
incorporate alignment pins for ease of replacement or splicing. Pins shall enable a perfect butt
splice.
13) Hydraulic hose: Shall be 1/4" (6.35 mm) synthetic, rated to 2750 PSI (19 MPa).
14) Hydraulic valves: Shall be individually replaceable cartridge type, in an integrated hydraulic
manifold.
15) Hose fittings: At manifold shall be quick-disconnect type, others shall be swivel type.
16) Hydraulic fluid: High performance type with viscosity index greater than 375 and temperature
range -40F to 167F degrees (-40C to 75C).
17) A zero to 2000 PSI (13.79 MPa) pressure gauge, mounted on the manifold for diagnostics, shall
be a standard component.
18) The hydraulic fluid reservoir shall be formed from a single piece of metal, non-welded, and shall
be powder painted on the inside and the outside, to prevent fluid contamination.
Minimum standard electrical components:
1)
Pump motor: Shall be a 2 HP, 56C, TEFC, three phase, continuous duty motor, with a service
factor of 1.15, or greater. (Note, the VFD converts single phase to drive a three phase motor)
2)
All components shall have overload protection.
3)
Controls: Smart Touch Controller Board with 256K of program memory containing:
a)
inherent entrapment sensor;
b)
built in “warn before operate” system;
c)
built in timer to close;
d)
liquid crystal display for system configuration and reporting of control status
e)
26 programmable user relay output options;
f)
anti-tailgate mode;
g)
built-in power surge/lightning strike protection;
h)
menu configuration, event logging and system diagnostics easily accessible with a PC and
HySecurity’s free START software
i)
RS232 port for connection to laptop or other computer peripheral and RS485 for connection
of Master/Slave systems or network interface.
4)
Transformer: 75 VA, non-jumpered taps, for all common voltages.
5)
Control circuit: 24VDC.
Required external sensors: See 1.05B. Specify photo eyes or gate edges or a combination thereof to
be installed such that the gate is capable of reversing in either direction upon sensing an obstruction.
Optional control devices (choose one, or more, of the following): card reader, key-switch, radio
control, pushbuttons, vehicle detectors, keypads or seven day timers.
Optional alert devices: Flashing lights or rotating beacon. Configurable audible beacon included as
standard.
Other options (choose from the following list):
1)
Lock for operator cover.
2)
Custom color chassis and cover: Zinc plated and prime painted with textured finish coat.
3)
Electric Solenoid gate panel deadbolt lock.
4)
Drive wheel manual release indicator switch.
5)
Heater with thermostat control for cold or damp climates.
6)
Weather-stripped drive rail slot in chassis, and snow wiper blades for drive rail.
7)
Through Beam or Reflective type photo eyes, open and close direction.
8)
Gate edge and transmitter radio reversing device.
9)
HY-5A plug in loop detectors.
10) Key operated cable manual release (secure side of gate).
11) Pneumatic remote gate release devices. Places operator in "manual mode" from remote
location (lockable box on public side of gate).
12) HySecurity factory drive rail.
13) Voltages available: 208/230 VAC single phase 60/50 Hz and 208/230/460 VAC three phase
60/50 Hz. 115 VAC single phase is not available.
14) Other models available for gate speeds from 1 to 3 feet (.30 m - .91 m) per second.
15) Special Correctional Facilities models with heavy, 10 Ga. (3.4 mm) locking cover to withstand
physical attack.
16) Stainless steel chassis and cover, painted, for marine, caustic, or other extreme environments.
17) Hot dip galvanized chassis and cover, unpainted, for marine, caustic, and other extreme
environments.
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18)
Available Modular configuration which includes separate metal enclosure to house electrical
control box, pump, and electric motor assembly.
2.03. FACTORY TESTING
A. Fully assemble and test, at the factory, each gate operator to assure smooth operation, sequencing
and electrical connection integrity. Apply physical loads to the operator to simulate field conditions.
Tests shall simulate physical and electrical loads equal to the fully rated capacity of the operator
components.
B. Check all mechanical connections for tightness and alignment. Check all welds for completeness
and continuity. Check welded corners and edges to assure they are square and straight.
C. Inspect painted finish for completeness. Touch up imperfections prior to shipment.
D. Check all hydraulic hoses and electrical wires to assure that chafing cannot occur during shipping or
operation.
PART III – EXECUTION
3.01. SITE EXAMINATION
A. Locate concrete mounting pad in accordance with approved shop drawings.
B. Make sure that gate is operating smoothly under manual conditions before installation of gate
operators. Do not proceed until gate panel is aligned and operates without binding.
3.02. INSTALLATION
A. Install gate operator in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions, current at the time of
installation. Coordinate locations of operators with contract drawings, other trades and shop
drawings.
B. Installer shall insure that the electric service to the operator is at least 20 AMPS. Operator wattage is
2400.
3.03. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Test gate operator through ten full cycles and adjust for operation without binding, scraping or
uneven motion. Test limit switches for proper "at rest" gate position.
B. All anchor bolts shall be fully concealed in the finished installation.
C. Owner, or owner’s representative, shall complete “punch list” with installing contractor prior to final
acceptance of the installation and submit completed warranty documentation to manufacturer.
3.04. CONTINUED SERVICE AND DOCUMENTATION
A. Train owner's personnel on how to safely shut off electrical power, release and manually operate the
gate. Additionally, demonstrate the general maintenance of the gate operator and accessories and
provide one copy of "Installation and Reference" manual for the owner's use (a second manual is
available upon request). Manuals will identify parts of the equipment for future procurement. Direct
maintenance personnel to HySecurity’s website, specifically the technical support sections.
NOTE: HySecurity reserves the right to change these specifications at any time, without notice and without
prejudice. Call (800) 321-9947 if you are not sure that you have the latest edition.
NOTE: Operators manufactured by HySecurity are intended for use in controlling vehicular traffic and are not
intended to be used by pedestrians or to control pedestrian traffic. Always install a separate pedestrian
gate.
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Smart Touch User Menu Functions
Initial Power Up – When power is turned on, the display will disclose the software revision:
Display Revision Number
2s delay Displays software version Number, ex. [h2.17]
System Data and accessing the User Menu Settings:
If the gate is stopped in the Run Mode, pressing of the Menu button accesses the User Menu.
After the menu button is pressed, the LCD will scroll the system data in the table below. The
scrolling display stops at the close timer setting, which is the beginning of the User Menu. To exit
the Menu Mode, the display must not be blinking, then simply pressing the Menu button will return
the display to the Run Mode and re-enable the controls. The menu mode will also automatically
return to the Run Mode if there is no activity for two minutes.
Data Displayed in Scroll
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
[SLAu] or [LEAd]
[ot 1] Gate type (1-5)
[_rh_] or [_Lh_] Hand setting
[uC _] UL usage class (1-4)
[d___] 24VDC Buss Voltage
[CC__] Life cycle counter
[____] Life cycle counter
Time
Description
2s
2s
2s
2s
2s
2s
2s
SLAVE Operator or LEAd Operator (master)
Operator type: 1 =HSG, 2 =HRG, 3 HVG, 4 =HTG
Displays hand configuration [_rh_] or [_Lh_]
Installer setting of usage class: type 1-4
Actual VDC buss voltage
High digits of 6 digit life cycle counter
Last 4 digits of 6 digit life cycle counter
Read through the options available in the User Menu and the Installer Menu on the next page and
you can see that the functions of this gate operator can be configured to suit most any specific need.
Once you have learned to navigate the menus, as described in #3 on page 17-18, and how to
change a setting, as described in #3 & #4 on page 18, the full range of features and choices of the
Smart Touch Controller are available to use. The User Menu contains the basic configuration items
and the Installer Menu contains the more advanced menu items.
User Menu Options
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
U10
U11
U12
[Ct 0] Close timer setting
[hC 0] Momentary Close
[ho 0] Momentary Open
[AP 0] Power loss function
[ro 0] Radio control option
[bF 2] Warn before operate
[FA 0] Forced open Alert and
automatic gate reposition
[dA 0] Drift Closed Alert and
automatic gate reposition
[PE 0] Photo Eye Align Mode
[CL 0] Clock set (24 hour type)
[Ld 5] LCD Contrast set
[dS 0] Data Log (New Gen only)
Default
Description
0
0
0
0
0
2
0 = Close timer off or 1 – 99 seconds
0 = momentary, 1 = Constant hold Close PB required
0 = momentary, 1= Constant hold Open PB required
0 – 3 (0=Type A, 1 = B, 2 = C, 3 = D) See page 56
0 = Open only, 1 = Adds close ability when full open
0 =off, 1 = Buzzer alerts 3 seconds before + in motion, 2 =
Buzzer alerts 3 secs before + 2 seconds in motion
0 = disabled, 1 = sound buzzer (2 pulses/sec) if forced
open for more than four seconds, time out in 30 Sec
0 = disabled, 1 = sound buzzer (2 pulses/sec) if drift closed
and cannot reopen within four seconds.
0= off, 1 = on (auto off when close limit triggered)
0= display, 1= set mins, 2= set hours, 3= day, 4= month
1 - 9 = Adjusts contrast of the display
0 = Std. 1 = Extended (reset to 0 in 24 hr) (V4.xx software)
0
0
0
0
5
0
These Notes Refer to the Menu Above:
S1 Appears only if the operator is configured as a master or a slave unit
U1 Close timer setting does not appear when set for constant contact close function
U4 Power loss function only appears if factory has provided DC battery type operator
U6 We strongly advise never disabling the Warn Before Operate buzzer.
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Smart Touch Installer Menu Functions
The Installer Menu can be accessed only by entering the User Menu first, and then by pressing the
Reset button and the Open button simultaneously (some older software requires the Reset button
be pressed first and held while the Open button is pressed).
To restore the factory default settings, go to menu item [Fd_0] and change the setting to 1,
then press the Program Menu button. The entire menu will reset to the factory defaults.
Installer Menu Options
Default
Description
[uC 0] Set UL Usage Class
0
0 = gate disabled, Set Class 1 through 4 use
[Sh 0] Set Handing of gate
0
0 = gate disabled, r = Right Hand, L = Left Hand
I3
[Fd 0] Load Factory Defaults
0
0 = User settings, 1 = Load defaults (resets full menu)
I3a
[bu 0] Choose Buzzer
0
0 = Buzzer not set, 1 = Freq 1, 2 = Freq. 2
I4
[dg 0] Set Master/Slave type
0
0 = solo operator, 1 = Slave unit, 2 = Master unit
I5
[Ch 0] Set AC Charger or Solar
0
0 = DC + AC charger 1 = DC + Solar charger
I6
[Fo 0] Enable Fire Dept. Open
0
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
I7
[oC 0] Enable Emergency close
0
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
I8
[SE 3] Inherent Sensor sens.
3
1 = maximum sensitivity, 9 = Lowest sensitivity
I9
[SS 0] Inherent Sensor function
0
1 = stop only (note, functions in usage class 4 only)
I10
[LC 0] Leaf delay Close
0
0 = none (1-7) ½ second steps (Master/Slave only)
I11
[Lo 0] Leaf delay Open
0
0 = none (1-7) ½ second steps (Master/Slave only)
I12
[rt 0] Maximum run timer
0
0 = 60 Seconds max run, 1 = 300 Seconds max run
I13
[Po 0] Partial Open distance
0
0 = none, or 7 – 99 seconds
I14
[EC 0] PEC reverse to open
0
0 = Close eye stops only, 1 = 2 sec reverse to open
I15
[EO 0] PEO reverse to close
0
0 = Open eye stops only, 1 = 2 sec reverse to close
I16
[gr 0] Edge reverse to open
0
0 = Edge reverses fully open, 1 = 2 sec reversal only
I17
[Sr 1] IES reverse to open
1
0 = IES reverses fully open, 1 = 2 sec reversal only
I18
[PC 0] Set PEO/ PEC – NO/NC
0
0 = Normally Open PE output, 1 = N.C. (supervised)
I19
[gC 0] Set Edge input – NO/NC
0
0 = Normally Open Edge output, 1 = Normally Closed
I20
[tC 1] Time clock/ Interlock input
1
0 = select Time Clock, 1 = select Open Interlock
I20a [dt 0] Disable Free Exit/Close Tmr
0
0 = disable Free Exit, 1 = disable Close Timer
I21
[or 1] OOLD detector function
1
0 = pause closing only, 1 = enable reversing to open
I22
[ir 1] IOLD detector function
1
0 = pause closing only, 1 = enable reversing to open
I23
[dL 1] Vehicle detector logic
1
1 = std, 2 & 3 = quick close, 4 = full anti-tailgate*
I24
[r1 0] User relay 1 option
1
0 = disabled, 1 – 24 = see output options page 28 - 29
I25
[r2 0] User relay 2 option
6
0 = disabled, 1 – 24 = see output options page 28 - 29
I26
[r3 0] User relay 3 option
1
0 = disabled, 1 – 24 = see output options page 28 - 29
I27
[t L 0] Gate Open alert
2
0 = 0 sec, 1=15s, 2=45s, 3=75s, 4=105s, 5=135s
I28
[Lt 0] Loitering alert
3
0 = 0 sec, 1=15s, 2=45s, 3=75s, 4=105s, 5=135s
I29
[ELd0] Test factory ELD*
0
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
I30
[iLd0] Test factory IOLD*
0
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
I31
[oLd0] Test factory OOLD*
0
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
I33
[SLd0] Test factory SLD*
0
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
*See page 42 for description of vehicle detector & Loop Fault diagnostics
I1
I2
These Notes Refer to the Menu Above:
I1, I2, I3a These settings must be configured or the gate cannot function and menu will not exit.
I3a The Option bu=0 only appears if the Controller has been reset to factory default settings,
I5
These settings appear only if the factory has provided a DC powered gate operator
I9 IES stop only setting [SS __] does not appear unless set as a class 4 operator
I10, I11 These settings appear only if the Installer Menu is set for Master / Slave function
I27, I28 These settings appear only if the Installer Menu has set relays r1-r3 for these alerts
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User Menu Functions
User 1 [Ct _] Close timer setting: This menu item is the automatic close timer for the gate. The factory
setting is zero, which is off. It may be configured up to 99 seconds.
User 2 [hC 0] Momentary Close: This menu item is to configure the system for constant hold push button
Close function. The factory setting is zero, which is momentary contact input.
User 3 [ho 0] Momentary Open: This menu item is to configure the system for constant hold push button
Open function. The factory setting is zero, which is momentary contact input.
User 4 [AP 0] Power loss function: This menu item only appears if the operator is a DC battery powered
version. This item is to configure what gate function will occur when the AC power fails. See page 56 for
more detailed information on DC operators.
User 5 [ro 0] Radio control option: This menu item is to configure whether a radio input can open only
(default) or if set to 1, also have the ability to close the gate when it is fully open.
User 6 [bF 2] Warn before operate: This menu item controls the warn before operate buzzer and can be
configured three ways. Setting the menu item to zero turns the buzzer off, but we strongly advise leaving this
valuable warning feature active to alert prior to gate motion. Never cut the wires to the buzzer or unplug it.
Set to 1 and the buzzer will sound three seconds before motion and the entire time during gate motion. Set to
2 (default) and the buzzer will sound three seconds before motion and for the first two seconds of motion.
User 7 [FA 0] Forced open Alert and automatic gate reposition: This function is intended for highly
secure facilities. If it is enabled, by setting the selection to 1, it will reinitiate a closure if a gate is somehow
forced to open far enough that the close limit switch releases. The Alert buzzer will sound immediately, even if
it had been turned off, and the motor will restart to secure the gate fully closed. If the gate is not fully closed
within four seconds the motor turns off and the alert buzzer sounds an intruder alert for thirty seconds. The
LCD display reads ALE1.
User 8 [dA 0] Drift Closed Alert and automatic gate reposition: If it is enabled, by setting the selection
to 1, it will restore a gate to back its fully open position if it drifts closed for any reason. The buzzer will sound
a warn before operate alert, even if it had been turned off, and the motor will restart to reopen the gate. The
motor will run for a maximum of four seconds and if the gate is not fully open in this period, the buzzer sounds
for ten seconds and the LCD display reads ALE2.
User 9 [PE 0] PE Alignment Mode: This feature may be activated as an aide to photo-eye emitter /
receiver alignment. The buzzer chirps once as the photo eye is triggered or twice when the photo eye is
released. The Alignment Mode is cancelled with any close limit input or reset input.
User 10 [CL 0] Clock and date set: The Smart Touch Controller is equipped with a 24 hour 365 day clock,
so that events of significance can be logged and stamped with the time and date. This feature is useful to
record historical operation data, which can be accessed via the RS232 port. To set or adjust the hour, minute,
day or month, see page 29.
User 11 [Ld 5] LCD Contrast set: Under some extreme high or low temperature conditions, it may be
necessary to adjust the contrast of the LCD display. The display is adjustable from 0-9 with a factory default
setting of 5.
User 12 [dD 0] Extended Data Log: When set to 1, the ST Controller logs nearly all Smart Touch Controller
events, in addition to the normal alert, fault and error logs. This parameter automatically resets to 0 after 24
hours – (Requires New Generation Smart Touch board and version 4.xx software)
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Installer Menu Functions
Installer 1 [uC 0] Set UL Usage Class: This menu item is used to set the UL usage class, which
must be set by the installer before the operator will function. See page 18, step 3.
Installer 2 [Sh 0] Set Handing of gate: This menu item is used to set the gate handing, which must
be set by the installer before the operator will function. See page 18, step 4.
Installer 3 [Fd 0] Load Factory Defaults: This menu item is used to globally restore all menu
settings back to new machine status. To activate, change the setting from 0 to 1 and push the Menu
button. The UL usage class, the hand configuration and the buzzer type will need to be set again.
Installer 3a [bu 0] Select Buzzer Type: This menu item selects the type of audible buzzer installed on
the machine. To set, push SELECT on the keypad, the display will flash 0, push OPEN and note the
buzzer volume. Push OPEN again and note the buzzer volume. If this tone is louder, push SELECT, if
the first tone was louder, push CLOSE for the louder tone, then push SELECT to lock in the louder tone.
Installer 4 [dg 0] Set Solo, Master or Slave type: This menu item is used to configure an operator
as a Master or a Slave operator in Master/Slave paired gate installations.
Installer 5 [Ch 0] Set AC Charger or Solar: This menu item appears on 24 VDC battery machines
only and is set to solar only when there is no AC battery charger.
Installer 6 [Fo 0] Enable Fire Dept. Open: This menu item is used to enable the Fire Department
Open input. When set to [Fo_1] this input will override vehicle detectors, photo eyes and gate edges to
open a gate. A reset (or two open commands) is required before the gate can be closed.
Installer 7 [oC 0] Enable Emergency Close: This menu item is used to enable the Emergency
Close input. When set to [oC_1] this input will override vehicle detectors, photo eyes and gate edges to
close a gate. A reset is required before the gate can be opened.
Installer 8 [SE 3] Inherent Sensor sensitivity:. This menu item is to adjust the sensitivity of the
internal inherent sensor. Available settings are 1-9, with 9 being the least sensitive.
Installer 9 [SS 0] Inherent Sensor function: This menu item is only available in UL class 4
operators and allows an option whereby the inherent sensor will only stop the gate.
Installer 10 [LC 0] Leaf delay Close: This menu item only appears if the operator is set up as a
Master or a Slave. Available settings are 1-7. Each increment adds ½ second, to a maximum of
3 ½ seconds time delay, before the operator activates when commanded to close.
Installer 11 [Lo 0] Leaf delay Open: This menu item only appears if the operator is set up as a Master
or a Slave. Available settings are 1-7. Each increment adds ½ second, to a maximum of 3 ½ seconds
time delay, before the operator activates when commanded to open.
Installer 12 [rt 0] Maximum run timer: The maximum run timer has a default setting of 60 seconds.
This menu item allows an optional setting of 300 seconds, if changed to [rt_1].
Installer 13 [Po 0] Partial Open distance: This menu item both activates the partial open input and
allows an adjustable distance by setting the open duration. The available time settings are 7-99
seconds. The default setting of [Po_0] leaves this input inactive.
Installer 14 [EC 0] PEC (photo eye close) reverse to open: The default for this menu item is for nonreversal if the close photo eye is triggered. The optional setting of [EC_1] will cause the gate to reverse
to open for two seconds if triggered while closing.
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Installer Menu Functions continued
Installer 15 [EO 0] PEO (photo eye open) reverse to close: The default for this menu item is for
non-reversal if the open photo eye is triggered. The optional setting of [EO_1] will cause the gate to
reverse to close for two seconds if triggered while opening.
Installer 16 [gr 0] Edge reverse to open: Default for this menu item is a 2 second reversal if the gate
edge is triggered. The optional setting of [gr_1] causes the gate to reopen fully if triggered while closing.
Installer 17 [Sr 1] IES (inherent sensor) reverse to open: The default for this menu item is for a 2
second reversal if the inherent sensor is triggered. The optional setting of [Sr 0] will cause the gate to
reopen fully if triggered while closing.
Installer 18 [PC 0] Set PEO/ PEC – NO/NC: The default for this menu item is for photo eyes with
Normally Open outputs. The optional setting of [PC_1] will require a Normally Closed output. If set for
NC the connection is also supervised and any open or short circuit fault will generate a FAL2 alert, which
requires a Stop button reset to re-enable any function if triggered.
Installer 19 [gC 0] Set Edge input – NO/NC: The default for this menu item is for edge sensor with
Normally Open outputs. The optional setting of [gC_1] will require a N.C. output.
Installer 20 [tC 1] Time clock / Interlock input: This menu item configures the input at terminal #7 to
be either for the gate interlock function, as described on page 27, or for an external time clock to open
input, as described on page 44. The default setting is [tC_1] for the interlock function.
Installer 20a [dt 0] Disable Free Exit / Close timer: This input configures the input at terminal #9 to
disable either the Free Exit Detector on terminal #8, or the Timer To Close function. Default setting is [dt
0] allowing disabling of the free exit detector. NOTE: The free exit is disabled using this menu item when
the operator is sitting on its closed limit. If the closed limit is not tripped, the free exit continues to work.
Installer 21 [or 1] OOLD (Outside Obstruction Loop Detector) function: The default for this menu
item is for full reversal when the OOLD is triggered. The optional setting [or_0] causes the gate to only
pause when triggered. Closure begins as soon as the loop is clear again.
Installer 22 [ir 1] IOLD (Inside Obstruction Loop Detector) function: The default for this menu item
is for full reversal when the IOLD is triggered. The optional setting [ir_0] causes the gate to only pause
when triggered. Closure begins as soon as the loop is clear again.
Installer 23 [dL 1] Vehicle detector logic: This menu item is used to configure quick close and antitailgate logic. There are four modes. See the full description on page 43.
Installer 24, 25, 26 [r1 0], [r2 0], [r3 0] User output relay 1 - 3 options: These three menu items
are used to configure the function of the three user output relays. There are 21 optional choices, which
are described in detail on page 28 - 29.
Installer 27 [t L 0] Gate Open alert: This menu item is to adjust the time delay before activating the
user relay function #8, described on page 28. Time settings up to 135 seconds.
Installer 28 [Lt 0] Loitering alert: This menu item is to adjust the time delay before activating the user
relay function #13, described on page 28. Time settings up to 135 seconds.
Installer 29 [ELd0] Factory ELD: Controls the HY-5A Free Exit detector, see page 42.
Installer 30 [iLd0]
Factory IOLD: Controls the HY-5A IOLD detector, see page 42.
Installer 31 [oLd0] Factory OOLD: Controls the HY-5A OOLD detector, see page 42.
Installer 32 [SLd]. Factory SLD: Controls the HY-5A Shadow detector, see page 42.
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Options for User Programmable Output Relays 1-3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
The Smart Touch Controller can be set to interface to many types of external devices through the use of its
programmable output relays. All of the output functions listed below are accessible in the Installer Menu
under the selection [r1 __], [r2 __] and [r3 __]. Select which relay you wish to use and enter the appropriate
function by the numbers as listed below. Note: The User Relays will operate normally to less than 18VDC.
Close limit output: This output can be used to create an interlock signal to another operator’s interlock input, or simply to
indicate that the gate is secure. The relay is released at full closure.
Close limit pulse output: This output may be used in a sequenced system to command a 2nd machine to close. Generates a
brief pulsed output that occurs when the close limit is triggered.
Open limit output: This output is used to indicate a full open position indication. This output becomes active when open limit
is triggered and releases when the open limit is released.
Open limit pulse output: This output may be used to trip a sequenced barrier arm gate operator to open. Generates a brief
pulsed output when the open limit is triggered. An additional pulse is also generated with any new open command even when
the gate is already fully open.
Warn before/during operate output: This output may be used to control an external warning device. This output will operate
at the same time as the internal warn before operate buzzer.
Gate Lock output: This output may be used to control external solenoid locks or magnetic locks. In both directions of travel,
this output will be activated about 7/10th of a second before the operator starts moving the gate, and remains active while
moving and for a few seconds after stopping.
Gate forced open output: Activated if the gate is forced off the closed limit switch, and operator is not able to restore the
gate to full closed within four seconds. This alarm resets itself in 30 seconds.
Gate open too long output: Activates when the gate has been open longer than a user-selected period of time. Adjustable
from 0 delay, then 15 seconds delay to 135 seconds delay in 15-second time increments.
Safety Mode Alert output: Activated when system is in the Safety Mode or the Entrapment Mode. Safety Mode occurs upon
an impact with an obstruction. Entrapment Mode means the gate is stopped and occurs if the internal inherent sensor triggers
while the system is in the Safety Mode.
Entrapment Mode Alert output: Activated only when system is in the Entrapment Mode.
Unauthorized Vehicle Entry output: Activated when a 2nd vehicle enters from the outside, without a valid input from an
access control device. This output releases when an access control input signals open or the gate reaches the close limit
position.
Outside Obstruction Vehicle Detector output: This output may be used to interlock to an entry device to prevent pedestrian
use. This output is active whenever the OOLD is tripped.
Special output from “OOLD” only when gate is closed: Used to annunciate a vehicle or to indicate loitering. Adjustable
from 0 delay, then 15 to 135 seconds delay in 15-second time intervals.
Gate nearing full travel output: For operators with RPM sensors only. This output is activated when the gate is three feet
from full travel in both the open and close directions. This output can be used to reduce the sensitivity of a proximity sensor
near the ends of gate travel.
Gate Failure output: This output is activated to report that a problem has occurred. Indicates that system in an Error Mode,
Fault Mode or Entrapment Mode. If active, the gate is disabled.
Motor Running output: This output is active when the motor is running and the gate is in motion.
AC Power Failure output: This relay is normally energized, but drops with loss of AC power. This output is also active on
DC machines when the battery charger is off.
DC Power Failure output: This output is activated 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.
Flasher Relay: This output is intended to control flashing lights that pulse once per second. This relay is flashing all the time,
except when the open limit switch is triggered.
Free Exit Loop Vehicle Detector output (available with h3.23 and higher software): This output is active whenever the
ELD is tripped.
Inside Obstruction Vehicle Detector output (available in h3.23 and higher software): This output may be used to
interlock to an exit device to prevent pedestrian use. This output is active whenever the IOLD is tripped.
N/A (Not used in SlideDriver)
Gate Lock Output (available in h3.26 and higher software): External gate lock output. Activates at initiation of open cycle
and remains on for 10 seconds. Similar to #6 but shuts off after 10 seconds.
Gate at Partial Open Position (available in h3.26 and higher software): This output is active when the partial open position
is reached or exceeded.
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Wiring Control Inputs
1. Test open and close before wiring the external control inputs. This makes it easier to
troubleshoot if an unexpected functionality arises. “New Generation” Smart Touch Operator
inputs (after Sept. 2006) use an LED to indicate when it is active. DC operators operating
without AC require you to push and hold an LED button to disclose input status. This button
is in bottom corner near the Fire Department Open input. [“Classic,” pre-Sept. 2006
operators LEDs are only lit when you push the Tact button. The Tact button is located on the
top left corner, near the Stop Button input on the Classic Board.]
2. All the control device inputs listed below are shown as a single input. The 2nd wire is
connected to the Common Terminal Buss on the Power Supply board. The Emergency
Close and Fire Dept. Open inputs are an exception and require a +24 Volt input. The +24 is
located on the spade terminals next to the Common Buss. See pictures on the next page.
Smart Touch Controller Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
*Stop Push button N.C. input, jumper to Common if unused
*Open Push Button Not for radio or remote access controls
*Close Push button Not for radio or remote access controls
Remote Open & Radio Control For radio / remote open device –
Program to also Close using Smart Touch menu
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Open/Close button Pushbutton or radio controls
Partial Open Installer adjustable from 7- 99 seconds
Open interlock input or Time clock Open Menu configurable
Free Exit vehicle detector
Disable Free Exit vehicle detector or Timer to Close
Free Exit is only disabled if Close Limit Switch is tripped. If the gate is
partially opened, the Free Exit detector will trigger the gate to open fully.
Inside Obstruction vehicle detector Inside reversing loop
Outside Obstruction vehicle detector Outside reversing loop
Shadow/Reset vehicle detector Shadow function used for Swing
gates only - Reset function is for Arm gates
Edge Sensor One input works for both travel directions
Photo eye Common Power
24V common connection for open and close photo eyes
Photo eye Open direction
Photo eye Close direction
Charger AC power loss Only used in DC, battery type operators
Spare Input Software ≤ h3.26,- non functional,
Gate Lock Interlock Input Software > h3.26, prevents start until
external gate lock releases
**Emergency Close Must menu enable and input +24 Volts to trigger.
Requires constant hold or maintained input. This overrides photo eyes,
gate edges & vehicle detectors.
**Fire Dept. Open Must menu enable and input +24 Volts to trigger.
Overrides photo eyes & gate edge.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14-15.
17.
19.
21.
22.
23.
24.
*Do not connect an external control to terminals #1, 2 or 3, unless controls
are located in clear view of the entire gate area. Out of sight controls: use
input terminals #4, 5, 6 or 7.
**The Emergency Close and Fire Dept. Open inputs are to be used only if
access to these controls is guarded such that there is always supervision
when activated.
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“New Generation” Smart Touch Board
LEDs showing active input circuits
now always enabled except for DC machines (during AC loss)
Connector to
SlideWinder Drive Board
Runs software
4.xx and higher
Power Connector
RS 485 Future Expansion (new)
UNUSED
INPUTS
1.
Stop Button
2.
Open Button
3.
Close Button
4.
Remote Open & Radio Control
5.
Open / Close
6.
Open Partial
7.
Interlock Open / Time Clock Open
8.
Free Exit Detector
9.
Disable Exit Detector / Disable Close Timer
10.
Inside Obstruction Vehicle Detector
11.
Outside Obstruction Vehicle Detector
12.
Shadow / Reset Vehicle Detector
13.
Edge Sensor
14.
Photo Eye Power (-) 24 Volts Common
15.
Photo Eye Power (-) 24 Volts Common
16.
DO NOT USE
17.
Photo Eye Open Direction
18.
DO NOT USE
19.
Photo Eye Close Direction
20.
DO NOT USE
21.
Charger AC Loss
22.
Gate Lock Interlock
23.
Emergency Close
24.
Fire Department Open
Motor Relay
Reset & Buzzer
Connector
User Relay 1
User Relay 2
User Relay 3
DC only
Solid State for use
with flashers and
other high cycle
accessories.
48V DC @ 4 amps.
4 - HY-5A
Vehicle
Detector
Sockets
Clock Battery
Heartbeat
LED
Socket for
Ribbon Cable
to Display
MX000585
RS 232 socket
Tact button. Push tact button to make active
input LEDs light up when AC is off on DC
operators.
Weigand
Future Expansion
Power Supply Board
Limit Switch
Connectors
Master
Slave
Open
Radio
Gate Edge
Radio
24V DC Accessory
Power (+)
HY-5A Vehicle Detector
Common Buss (-)
24V AC Accessory power
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LIMITED 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 applicable specification and will be free from
defects in material and manufacture. This warranty does not extend to items listed as
“accessories” in HySecurity’s price list, 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 components, which carry only the original warranty, if any, of their original
manufacturer. HySecurity hereby assigns its rights under such manufacturer warranties—to
the extent that such rights are assignable—to Buyer.
The following additional durational warranties apply to HySecurity’s products. The term of
these additional warranties is determined by whether (1) the product is purchased through an
authorized HySecurity distributor and (2) whether a timely and complete warranty registration is
submitted to HySecurity. It is therefore important that you register your product with
HySecurity within the 60 day period described below.
1(a) Five Year / Seven Year Warranty Items (Registered Gate
Operators Purchased from Authorized Distributors)
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 online Warranty registration is completed at
www.hysecurity.com/warranty within 60 days of the date of purchase by the dealer/installer or
if the warranty registration form sent with every HySecurity gate operator is completely filled
out and returned to HySecurity within the same 60-day period, the following Warranty terms
will apply: HySecurity will warrant that the product will remain serviceable for the following
periods:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Hydraulic Gate Operators: Five Years or 500,000 gate cycles (whichever occurs first)
after the date of installation, or
Electromechanical operators: Five Years after the date of installation—unless
installed in a single family residential application, in which case the warranty
term shall be Seven Years after the date the product is shipped from
HySecurity;
provided that the Five Year warranty period will not extend beyond Seven Years from
the date that the product was shipped from HySecurity. This warranty does not apply
to the components described below, which have the shorter warranty period indicated:
Hydraulic Gate Operator Drive Wheels: Two Years
Batteries used in all D.C. operators: One Year from date of shipment from
HySecurity.
1(b) One Year Warranty Items (Operators Not Purchased from an
Authorized Distributor or Registered within 60 Days)
For any gate operator product that is not purchased from an authorized HySecurity
distributor or for which the online Warranty registration or warranty registration form sent
with every HySecurity operator was not filled out completely or not returned to HySecurity
within 60 days of the date of purchase by the dealer/installer, the following One-Year
Warranty will apply to that product: 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.
b.
1(c)
All Gate Operators: One Year or 100,000 gate cycles whichever comes first.
Hydraulic Gate Operator Drive Wheels: One Year
THESE ARE THE ONLY WARRANTIES GIVEN BY HYSECURITY
AND ARE IN PLACE OF ALL OTHERS.
These warranties extend to HySecurity’s Distributors, to the Dealer/Installer, and to the First
User of the product following installation. They do not extend to subsequent purchasers.
Dealer/Installers or First Users may receive a replacement HySecurity Warranty form by
calling HySecurity at 800-321-9947.
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 representations, 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, AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OTHERWISE ARISING FROM
COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, 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
nonconformity. 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. Replacement goods will conform to this warranty for the unexpired
duration of the warranty period for the original, nonconforming product. HySecurity reserves
the right to supply used or reconditioned material for all warranty claims. This warranty does
not cover or extend to any incidental expenses, including 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
following paragraph. THE REMEDY SELECTED BY HYSECURITY IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THIS PARAGRAPH SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDY OF
BUYER FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL HYSECURITY
BE OBLIGATED TO INDEMNIFY BUYER FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
For warranty coverage, you must follow the procedures described on HySecurity’s form,
“RMA Procedures.” A current version of the form is available from HySecurity.
4. Exclusion of Consequential and Incidental
Damages.
IN NO EVENT SHALL HYSECURITY BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER
RESULTING 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 OR OTHER TORT. This exclusion
applies regardless of whether such damages are sought for breach of warranty, breach of
contract, negligence, or strict liability in tort or under any other legal theory. This exclusion
does not apply to claims for bodily injury or death.
5. Severability.
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.
1(d) Limitations and Exclusions Applicable to Each of the
Preceding Warranties
If any provision of this warranty is found to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remainder
shall have full force and effect, and the invalid provision shall be partially enforced to the
maximum extent permitted by law to effectuate the purpose of the agreement.
6. Applicable Law.
The preceding warranties shall not apply to equipment that has been (1) installed or
maintained improperly or contrary to instructions; (2) subjected to negligence, accident,
vandalism, or damaged by severe weather, wind, flood, fire, 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).
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.
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