220V AeroLift 100/150 by Draper - AV-iQ

220V AeroLift 100/150 by Draper - AV-iQ
Installation/Operating Instructions
220V AeroLift 100/150 by Draper
Caution:
1 Read instructions completely before proceeding. Follow instructions
carefully. Installation contrary to instructions invalidates warranty.
2 Do not obstruct operation of AeroLift 100 or 150 with fingers or any other
object. Serious injury or damage could result.
3 It is not uncommon to overheat the motor during initial installation when
setting limits. The motor is thermally protected and will stop working
temporarily. DO NOT physically pull the unit down when this occurs. Once it
has cooled to a safe temperature, it will begin operating again.
4 The AeroLift 100 and 150 are designed to accommodate ceiling suspended
equipment. Equipment should not be allowed to rest on ceiling closures
during operation (see “Installing Projector”).
5 Entire bottom of unit must be unobstructed to permit proper operation.
6 Unit must be installed level (use a carpenter’s level).
7 Unit operates on 220V AC current.
Note: Unit has been thoroughly inspected and tested at factory and found to be
operating properly prior to shipment.
Planning
1 Based on screen location and projector specifications, determine proper
position for projector installation.
2 Confirm that there is adequate space for installation and operation. Minimum
clearance above ceiling level varies according to height of projector, projector
mounting bracket, optional ceiling closure and optional Environmental Air Space
Housing.
3 Arrange to provide service access to the unit.
4 Total maximum capacity of AeroLift 100 is 45 kg.; capacity for AeroLift 150 is 68
kg., including closure, projector and bracket.
As Soon As AeroLift Arrives
1 Open carton and inspect for damage.
Locate the following parts:
A. The unit itself
B. Controls
C. Any optional equipment
3 Test lift prior to installation.
complete permanent wiring to electricity and to switches. Wire to connect unit
to power supply and to switches should be furnished by installer. Connections
should be made in accordance with wiring diagram, and wiring should comply with
national and local electrical codes. All operating switches should be “off” before
power is connected. AeroLift should be operated and checked prior to installing
projector and/or optional ceiling closure.
Operation
When unit is first operated, be cautious! If unit fails to operate when the switch
is flipped “down”, return switch to “off” and recheck electrical connections
before proceeding. Cycle unit down and up several times to confirm satisfactory
operation.
220V Single Station Control (CE Approved)—3-position UP-OFF-DOWN switch
permits operation to be stopped at any point. Factory set limit switches automatically stop lift when fully down or fully up.
220V Multiple Station Control (Not CE Approved)—Switches are similar in appearance to Single Station Control. Lift stops when switch is released and may be
restarted in either direction. Factory set limit switches stop lift automatically when
fully up or fully down.
24V Control (CE Approved)—Three-button UP-STOP-DOWN switches stop at any
point desired, operate in any sequence. Factory set limit switches automatically
stop lift when fully up or fully down. Wireless controls—whether infrared or radio
frequency—interface with low voltage control box.
RS232/Ethernet (CE Approved)—Serial communication and network
communication optionally available with wall switches, RF or IR remote.
Key Operated Switching (Not CE Approved)—Two kinds of key-operated switches are optionally available with this unit. 1 The key-operated power supply switch
controls power to the lift and switches. When it is “off”, the switches will not operate
lift. Key may be removed from the switch in “on” or “off” position. 2 A three-position key switch permits the lift to be operated directly by key. In this case, the lift’s
operator must have a key.
Testing the Safety Limit Switches
Hanging Unit
The AeroLift is provided with four (4) mounting angles for suspending or direct
mounting the unit from above, or direct mounting from the sides. These angles
provide up to 38 mm of adjustment (side to side). The unit should be guy wired
or blocked to prevent swinging. All installations should observe the following
guidelines:
1 Installer must ensure that all fasteners and supports are of adequate strength to
securely support AeroLift 100/150 and projector. It is recommended that
hardware structure be able to hold at least four times the combined weight of
the lift, projector, Environmental Air Space Housing, closure and ceiling material
attached to closure.
Caution: DO NOT hang from, "ride" or pull down on the unit. This could
create a failure and cause damage and/or injury.
2 Fastening methods must be suitable for mounting surface, and securely
anchored so vibration or abusive pulling on unit will not weaken installation.
3 Bottom of unit must be unobstructed after installation. Sufficient clearance must
be allowed below projector or optional ceiling closure.
4 Do not use unit to support adjacent ceiling, light fixtures, etc.
5 Do not complete the ceiling below unit until electrical connections have been
completed and unit has been operated successfully.
6 Use slots on the projector plate and on the closure to adjust the unit to ensure
proper alignment of ceiling closure relative to ceiling opening.
The AeroLift 100 and 150 are equipped with two Safety Limit Switches (see
"AeroLift—Limit Switch Adjustment (Bottom View)" diagram on page 3). These
switches may be damaged during shipping or by rough handling on the job site.
Once the AeroLift has been installed in the ceiling, but before the projector and
closure are attached, the Safety Limits must be tested. Use a screwdriver or
other tool to press and hold the limit switch. While holding down the limit switch,
have someone operate the unit. If the unit runs up while the limit switch is
depressed, the limit switch is broken and must be replaced. Operating the unit
without a functioning Safety Limit Switch could cause the unit's motor to continue
operating after the lift is closed, leading to a failure and the possibility of damage
or injury. Make sure to test BOTH switches.
Please Note: As weight is applied to the AeroLift, the projector plate may
shift slightly. If this occurs, use setscrews on bottom of fabric roller brackets
to compensate for shift and level projector plate (see page 3).
Electrical Connections
Unit operates on 220V AC current. The AeroLift 100 and 150 are shipped closed,
with a temporary field connection provided in the form of a pigtail temporarily wired
to the unit. After hanging the unit, make sure power is off and use this pigtail to
temporarily connect the unit to power and to a switch, so the unit can be lowered
to allow access inside.
Please note: Make sure electrical supply has been disconnected before
attempting to connect AeroLift to electricity.
Terminal strip for field connections is located inside a junction box on the end of
the unit. Unit is shipped with internal wiring complete to the terminal strip. Once
the unit has been lowered, turn off power and remove the J-box cover. The
terminal strip is attached to the cover. Disconnect temporary pigtail from unit, then
AeroLift Mounting Hole Dimensions
Top View
Side View
A
E
B
C
F
D
Lift
A*
B*
C*
D*
E*
F
AeroLift 100
718
381-343
273-311
673
679
152-1130
AeroLift 150
794
365-454
295-333
749
756
152-1130
* Measurements shown in millimeters.
Copyright © 2016 Draper Inc. Form AeroLift100-150-220V_Inst16
Printed in U.S.A.
If you encounter any difficulties installing or servicing your AeroLift 100 or 150, call
your dealer or Draper, Inc. in Spiceland, Indiana, 765-987-7999 or fax 765-987-7142.
220V AeroLift 100/150 by Draper, Inc.
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AeroLift 100 Environmental Air Space Housing
The Environmental Air Space Housing is shipped in pieces, and must
be assembled by the installer. The height of the Environmental Air Space
Housing can be adjusted by moving the screws to different mounting holes
in side panels. Aluminum tape (not provided) can be used to cover unused
holes. It is recommended that an access panel be installed in the ceiling to
allow future access. The optional environmental air space housing must be
installed to isolate the lift from the “other space used for environmental air.”
1 Attach Environmental Air Space Housing top frame to top of AeroLift
with bolts provided.
2 Install top panel to Environmental Air Space Housing frame.
3 Attach assembly to overhead structure. Allow clearance between
Environmental Air Space Housing top and structure for ease of future
access.
4 Install side and end panels, and trim frame.
9
10
8
8
6 5
2
1
3
4
5 6
6 5
1
2
6 5
6 7
12 14 13
699
mm
575 mm
Top View
132
mm
768 mm
384 mm
11
Item Qty Part Number
Description
1
4
C044.193SA
Panel, B Environmental Air Space Housing Side
2
4
C044.191SA
Panel, B Environmental Air Space Housing End
3
2
C044.192SA Panel, B Environmental Air Space Housing Middle Side
4
2
C044.190SA Panel, B Environmental Air Space Housing Middle End
5
28
C020.325
Screw, 8-32 X 3/8" Type 1 HWH
6
40
C018.051
Nut #8-32 Zinc Hex Keps
7
12
C013.070
Washer, .188 I.D. x .5 O.D. x .07 TK Nylon Flat
8
26
C020.112
Screw, 8-32 X 3/8" Type E F HWH
9
1 C028.609.01SA
Frame, B Environmental Air Space Housing
10
1
C095.130SA
Cover, B Environmental Air Space Housing
11
1 C028.610.07SA
Frame, B Trim Ring
12
4C013.024
Washer, 3/8" Flat
3
13
4C018.044
Nut, /8"-16 Zinc Hex Keps
14
4C020.313 Screw, 3/8"-16 x 1" GR 5 Zinc Hex Head Cap
748 mm
Installing Optional Ceiling Finish Kit
The AeroLift is available with a ceiling finish kit, which
consists of the lower section of the Environmental Air Space
Housing (trim frame) and the closure panel.
1 Install AeroLift as previously described in these instructions.
2 Install trim frame in opening. This can be accomplished by
suspending with wire or mounting directly to ceiling joists (if
space permits).
3 Install projector and attach optional ceiling closure panel to
AeroLift (see page 3).
406
to
930
mm
Ceiling Finish Kit
768 mm
768 mm
Front/Back View
Side View
Lower section of
Environmental Air
Space Housing
Trim Rin
g
Ceiling
(by oth tile
ers)
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AeroLift 150 Environmental Air Space Housing
9
The Environmental Air Space Housing is shipped in pieces, and must
be assembled by the installer. The height of the Environmental Air Space
Housing can be adjusted by moving the screws to different mounting holes
in side panels. Aluminum tape (not provided) can be used to cover unused
holes. It is recommended that an access panel be installed in the ceiling to
allow future access. The optional environmental air space housing must be
installed to isolate the lift from the “other space used for environmental air.”
1 Attach Environmental Air Space Housing top frame to top of AeroLift
with bolts provided.
2 Install top panel to Environmental Air Space Housing frame.
3 Attach assembly to overhead structure. Allow clearance between
Environmental Air Space Housing top and structure for ease of future
access.
4 Install side and end panels, and trim frame.
14 13 12
8
8
6 5
1
2
3
4
5 6
6 5
1
2
6 7
6 5
10
692
mm
806 mm
Item Qty Part Number
Description
1
4
C044.198SA
Panel, E Environmental Air Space Housing Side
2
4
C044.196SA
Panel, E Environmental Air Space Housing End
3
2
C044.197SA Panel, E Environmental Air Space Housing Middle Side
4
2
C044.195SA Panel, E Environmental Air Space Housing Middle End
5
28
C020.325
Screw, 8-32 X 3/8" Type 1 HWH
6
40
C018.051
Nut #8-32 Zinc Hex Keps
7
12
C013.070
Washer, .188" I.D. x .5" O.D. x .07" TK Nylon Flat
8
26
C020.112
Screw, 8-32 X 3/8" Type F HWH
9
1
C095.131SA
Cover, E Environmental Air Space Housing Top
10
1 C028.612.07SA
Frame, E Trim Ring
11
1 C028.611.01SA
Frame, E Environmental Air Space Housing Top
12
4C020.313 Screw 3/8"-16 x 1" GR 5 Zinc Hex Head Cap
13
4C013.024
Washer, 3/8" Flat
3
14
4C018.044
Nut /8"-16 Zinc Hex Keps
Top View
762 mm
1006 mm
381 mm
132
mm
406
to
930
mm
1035 mm
Side View
768 mm
Front/Back View
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Installing Projector
Draper’s optional Universal Projector Mount will hold up to 12 kgs.
1 Bolt projector to Universal Mount Arms.
2 Bolt Projector Pan with Universal Mount into place on bottom pan.
3 Use center nut and spring-loaded bolts to fine tune picture placement on screen.
If not using Draper’s Universal Projector Mount, generally the video projector
should be suspended from the bottom pan according to projector manufacturer’s
instructions. Maximum projector size is 48 cm x 65 cm x height (depends on
Environmental Air Space Housing height) (AeroLift 100) and 63 cm x 89 cm x height
(depends on Environmental Air Space Housing height) (AeroLift 150).
The projector plate is not pre-drilled. When drilling initial holes for mounting
projector, or if for any reason the hole placement must be changed, completely
lower AeroLift before attempting to drill holes. When attaching projector or
bracket to plate, make sure screws are short enough that they do not touch the
motor/roller above the plate when lift is closed.
Unit and projection system should be operated, checked and adjusted as necessary
at this time (see below for limit adjustment procedures).
Video cables and/or power cord can be routed along the stabilizing arm. Cables
must not interfere with lift operation.
Caution: Keep fingers & other objects away from ceiling closure when unit is
operating. Serious injury or damage can result.
178
mm
64mm
305mm
AeroLift —Limit Switch Adjustment (Bottom View)
Caution: Be sure all switches are in “off” position before adjusting limit switches.
Always be prepared to shut lift off manually when new adjustment is being tested.
Limit switches for the AeroLift are preset at the factory. The “Up” (closed) limit switch is
set for fully closed. The “down” (show) limit switch is set for fully lowered. Once unit is
in place, the “down” limit switch may need to be changed to stop the AeroLift closer to
the ceiling (that is, to raise the “down” position). Limit switches are located on the end of
roller, and are accessible by removing the cover of the junction box at the left end of the
unit, using a 5/16" Allen wrench. To adjust the limit switches, use a 5/32" screwdriver/allen
wrench.
Caution: It is not uncommon to overheat the motor during initial installation
when setting limits. The motor is thermally protected and will stop working
temporarily. DO NOT physically pull the unit down when this occurs. Once it has
cooled to a safe temperature, it will begin operating again.
Adjusting “Down” (show) position — “Down” position may be adjusted by turning
the YELLOW limit switch adjustment socket. Turning the socket clockwise will stop the
AeroLift 25 closer to the ceiling. Turning it counter-clockwise will cause the lift to stop at
a lower point.
Adjusting “Up” (closed) position — Because the “Up” (“closed”) position is preset at
the factory, Draper does not recommend changing this position using the limit switch.
The “up” position of the closure may be changed by changing the length of threaded rod
(see instructions for closure installation below). If necessary, however, “up” position may
be adjusted by turning the WHITE limit switch adjustment socket. Turning the socket
counterclockwise creates a higher, or more fully closed position. Turning it clockwise
creates a lower “up” (closed) position.
Caution: Make sure limit switch is set so that the AeroLift 100/150 motor is NOT
still running after the lift is closed. If it continues to cycle once the lift is closed,
a failure may occur, making the unit descend rapidly and causing damage and/or
injury.
Up Limit
Down Limit
Adjustments (see drawing at right)
Fabric roller adjustment setscrews
(one on each roller)
Please Note:
If load is off-center of pan, you may need to adjust the pitch of the fabric rollers. One
setscrew is provided on each end of both fabric rollers (see above drawing). Use these
to adjust roller pitch to keep entire fabric panel taut, so load is evenly distributed. Use
1
/8" (3 mm) hex key to adjust.
AeroLift 100 with Ceiling
Closure Panel
AeroLift 150 with Ceiling
Closure Panel
Installing Ceiling Closure Panel
If your AeroLift 100/150 is equipped with a ceiling closure panel, it can be used as is,
or in conjunction with a piece of existing ceiling tile. Please refer to the diagram at right
for these instructions.
1 If installing with ceiling tile, you may need to cut tile so that its overall
dimensions are the same as (or slightly less than) the closure panel. Place tile into
trim frame. Lay closure panel on top (back side) of ceiling tile, and tighten screws to
hold in place.
2 For AeroLift 1100, attach angle brackets to bottom of projector plate (along long
ends).
3 For AeroLift 100, attach angle brackets to bottom of projector plate (along short ends).
For AeroLift 150, attach short angle brackets to ends of long angle brackets.
Caution: Make sure bolts and nuts attaching brackets to AeroLift are
completely tightened.
4 Attach 5/16" (8 mm) threaded rods to slots in projector plate or brackets.
5 Run unit “up” until bottom pan stops at highest position. Mark position on 5/16" (8 mm)
rods even with ceiling level and cut rods to length (removing from pan if convenient).
6 Run unit “down” until bottom pan stops at “show” position.
7 Attach closure to lower end of 5/16" (8 mm) rods by slipping into four corner slots and
secure with nuts above and below slots.
Caution: Make sure nuts are completely tightened.
8 Run unit “up” again to highest position. Measure distance by which panel fails to
reach required “closed” height for surrounding ceiling.
9 Run unit “down” then re-adjust mounting of 5/16" (8 mm) rods in traveling grid to raise
panel required distance.
10 Test unit operation to confirm that panel will stop in closed position just before
touching ceiling.
Caution: DO NOT hang from, "ride" or pull down on the unit. This could create a
failure and cause damage and/or injury.
PLEASE NOTE: Immediately upon completion of the surrounding ceiling, unit
should be operated to confirm that optional ceiling closure panel by Draper or
by others stops 1/8" short of touching ceiling in closed position. If closure panel
touches, the motor may continue operating after the lift is closed. If it continues
to cycle once the lift is closed, a failure may occur, making the unit descend
rapidly and causing damage and/or injury.
For Additional Safety:
1 Be sure the nuts that attach the threaded rods to the closure are tight.
2 Wrap a plastic wire tie around the mounting tab and the threaded
rod at all four corners of the closure panel (see drawing).
Please Note: Do NOT use a paper-covered or similar wire
tie—use only plastic wire ties for maximum safety.
AeroLift Clearance
Caution: Make
sure there are
no obstructions
to the AeroLift's
operation
3.1mm Min. clearance
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Wiring Diagrams
Single Station Control
Multiple Station Control
Motor
Single gang box
by others. Min.
4" x 21/8" x 17/8" deep
Black
Brown
Leftover Power Cable
Black
18 AWG
Brown (Down)
Black ( Up)
Blue (Common)
Black 18 AWG
(23 cm Long)
DN
D
Black
UP
U
N
Brown
N
Dashed wiring
by electrician
Overall wire Length: 15 cm Long
Cable Jacket Length: 6 cm Long
Yellow/Green
Blue
Yellow/Green
Safety
Up Switches
Black 18 AWG
(23 cm Long)
Black 18 AWG
Black (Down)
Brown ( Up)
Overall wire Length: 6" Long
Cable Jacket Length: 2½" Long
Black
18 AWG
Blue
BLACK 18 AWG
Safety
Up Switches
Blue (Common)
Motor
Dashed wiring
by electrician
Black
Brown
Blue
Cable Stripped back 6"
Single gang box
by others. Min.
4" x 21/8" x 17/8" deep
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
N L1
To 220V AC Line
N L1
To 220V AC Line
Lift Low Voltage (& Wireless) Control
Safety Up Switches
Leftover Power Cable
White- Common to lift, 220V AC
Red-to lift (directional)
Brown-to lift (directional)
Yellow-to 220V AC
Black-to 220V AC
Green-Ground
N
Up
Dn
220V, 50 Hz.
3 Button Wall Switch
DOWN - Black
COM - White
UP - Red
All-Pole Disconnect
by Others
Eye Port for IR Eye, RF Receiver or LED
Switch For more than one of these,
a splitter is required.
Aux Port for connecting additional Lift LVC modules
(up to six total-connect from Aux to Eye).
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Blue (Common)
Brown (Up)
Black ( Down)
Green/Yellow
(Ground)
Dashed Wiring
By electrician.
Low voltage wiring
by others.
MOTOR
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