In-ground Swing Gate Operator - Automated Gates and Equipment

In-ground Swing Gate Operator - Automated Gates and Equipment
770
In-ground Swing Gate Operator
UL325 - UL991
FAAC International Inc.
Headquarter & East Coast Operations
3160 Murrell Road
Rockledge, FL 32955
Tel. 800 221 8278
www.faacusa.com
FAAC International Inc.
West Coast Operations
357 South Acacia Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
3
Important Safety Instructions
Important Installation Instructions
General Safety Precautions
UL325 Gate Operator Classifications
Installing the Warning Signs
1.
3
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4
5
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DESCRIPTION & SPECIFICATIONS
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1.1.
Technical Specifications
1.2.Dimensions
1.3.
Electrical Setup
6
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2.INSTALLATION
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
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Preliminary Checks
7
Installing the foundation box 7
Setting up the gate
7
Installing the Operator8
3.
POSITIVE STOPS
9
4.
MANUAL OPERATION
9
4.1.
Restoring Normal Operation9
5.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
6.
SPARE PARTS DIAGRAM
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E024U CONTROL BOARD
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770 Rev. B September 2016
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Important Installation Instructions
Important Safety Instructions
1. Install the gate operator only when the following
conditions have been met:
WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR
DEATH:
•
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
•
Never let children operate or play with the gate
controls. Keep remote controls away from children.
•
Always keep people and objects away from the
gate. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A
MOVING GATE.
•
Test the gate operator monthly. The gate MUST
reverse on contact with a rigid object or when an
object activates a non-contact sensor. If necessary,
adjust the force or the limit of travel and then retest
the gate operator. Failure to properly adjust and
retest the gate operator can increase the risk of injury
or death.
•
KEEP GATE PROPERLY MAINTAINED. Have a qualified
service person make repairs to gate hardware.
•
The entrance is for vehicles only. Pedestrians must use
a separate entrance.
•
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
The operator is appropriate for the type and usage
class of the gate.
•
All openings of a horizontal slide gate have been
guarded or screened from the bottom of the gate
to a minimum of 4 feet (1.25 m) above the ground
to prevent a 2.25 inch (55 mm) diameter sphere
from passing through openings anywhere in the
gate or through that portion of the adjacent fence
that the gate covers when in the open position.
•
All exposed pinch points are eliminated or guarded.
•
Guarding is supplied for exposed rollers.
2. The operator is intended for installation on gates used
by vehicles only. Pedestrians must be provided with a
separate access opening.
Use the manual release mechanism only when the
gate is not moving.
•
•
3. To reduce the risk of entrapment when opening and
closing, the gate must be installed in a location that
allows adequate clearance between the gate and
adjacent structures. Swinging gates shall not open
outward into public access areas.
4. Before installing the gate operator, ensure that the
gate has been properly installed and that it swings
freely in both directions. Do not over-tighten the
operator clutch or pressure relief valve to compensate
for a damaged gate.
5. User controls must be installed at least 6 feet (1.83 m)
away from any moving part of the gate and located
where the user is prevented from reaching over, under,
around or through the gate to operate the controls.
Controls located outdoors or those that are easily
accessible shall have security features to prevent
unauthorized use.
6. The Stop and/or Reset buttons must be located within
line-of-sight of the gate. Activation of the reset control
shall not cause the operator to start.
7. All warning signs and placards must be installed
and easily seen within visible proximity of the gate.
A minimum of one warning sign shall be installed on
each side of the gate.
8. For gate operators that utilize a non-contact sensor
(photo beam or the like):
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•
See instructions on the placement of non-contact
sensors for each type of application.
•
Exercise care to reduce the risk of nuisance tripping,
such as when a vehicle trips the sensor while the
gate is still moving.
•
Locate one or more non-contact sensors where
the risk of entrapment or obstruction exists, such as
at the reachable perimeter of a moving gate or
barrier.
•
Use only “FAAC Photobeam” or “EMX IRB-RET” photoelectric eyes to comply with UL325.
General Safety Precautions
Important Installation Instructions (continued)
9. For gate operators that utilize a contact sensor (edge
sensor or similar):
•
•
Vehicular gates should be constructed and installed in
accordance with ASTM F2200: Standard Specification
for Automated Vehicular Gate Construction.
Locate one or more contact sensors where the risk
of entrapment or obstruction exists, such as at the
leading edge, trailing edge, and post mounted
both inside and outside of a vehicular horizontal
slide gate
For more information, contact ASTM at: www.astm.org
Installation
Locate one or more contact sensors at the bottom
edge of a vehicular vertical lift gate.
•
Locate one or more contact sensors at the bottom
edge of a vertical barrier (arm).
•
Locate one or more contact sensors at the pinch
point of a vehicular vertical pivot gate.
•
Locate hard-wired contact sensors and wiring so
that communication between sensor and gate
operator is not subjected to mechanical damage.
•
Locate wireless contact sensors, such as those
that transmit radio frequency (RF) signals, where
the transmission of signals are not obstructed or
impeded by building structures, natural landscaping or similar hindrances. Wireless contact
sensors shall function under their intended end-use
conditions.
•
Gate Construction
•
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the
safety of the gate operating system, do not install the
operator and consult the manufacturer.
•
The condition of the gate structure itself directly
affects the reliability and safety of the gate operator.
•
Only qualified personnel should install this equipment.
Failure to meet this requirement could cause severe
injury and/or death, for which the manufacturer
cannot be held responsible.
•
The installer must provide a main power switch that
meets all applicable safety regulations.
•
It is extremely unsafe to compensate for a damaged
gate by increasing hydraulic pressure.
•
Install devices such as reversing edges and photo
beams to provide better protection for personal
property and pedestrians. Install reversing devices
that are appropriate to the gate design and
application.
•
Before applying electrical power, ensure that voltage
requirements of the equipment correspond to the
supply voltage. Refer to the label on your gate
operator system.
Use only FAAC MSE MO, CN60 or M60 edge sensors.
Usage
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•
Use this equipment only in the capacity for which it
was designed. Any use other than that stated should
be considered improper and therefore dangerous.
•
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible
for damage caused by improper, erroneous or
unreasonable use.
•
If a gate system component malfunctions,
disconnect the main power before attempting to
repair it.
•
Do not impede the movement of the gate, you
may injure yourself or damage the gate system as a
result.
•
This equipment may reach high thermal
temperatures during normal operation, therefore use
caution when touching the external housing of the
gate operator.
•
Use the manual release mechanism according to
the procedures presented in this manual.
•
Before performing any cleaning or maintenance
operations, disconnect power to the equipment.
•
All cleaning, maintenance or repair work must be
performed by qualified personnel.
UL325 Gate Operator Classifications
RESIDENTIAL VEHICULAR GATE OPERATOR CLASS I
A vehicular gate operator system intended for use in a single family dwelling, garage or associated parking area.
COMMERCIAL / GENERAL ACCESS VEHICULAR GATE OPERATOR CLASS II
A vehicular gate operator system intended for use in commercial locations or buildings such as multi-family housing
units (five or more single family units), hotels, parking garages, retail stores or other buildings that service the general
public.
INDUSTRIAL / LIMITED ACCESS VEHICULAR GATE OPERATOR CLASS III
A vehicular gate operator system intended for use in industrial locations or buildings such as factories, loading docks
or other locations not intended to service the general public.
RESTRICTED ACCESS VEHICULAR GATE OPERATOR CLASS IV
A vehicular gate operator system intended for use in guarded industrial locations or buildings such as airport security
areas or other restricted access locations that do not service the general public, and in which unauthorized access
is prevented via supervision by security personnel.
Installing the Warning Signs
This FAAC swing gate operator is supplied with two warning
signs to alert people that a possible hazard exists and that
appropriate actions should be taken to avoid the hazard
or to reduce exposure to it.
Permanently install one warning sign on each side of the
gate so they are fully visible to traffic and pedestrians.
Use appropriate hardware such as metal screws (not supplied) to permanently install each warning sign.
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770 OPERATOR
1.2 Electrical Setup
1. DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFICATION
The FAAC 770 is an electromechanical operator for swing
gates. It is designed for in-ground installation and therefore
does not alter the appearance of the gate.
The supplied support box allows you to setup the gate before
actually installing the operator.
The 770 electromechanical operator is not reversible, so it
ensures a mechanical stop and eliminates the need for an
electric lock.
The 770 Operator is designed and manufactured to automate vehicular swing gates. Do not use for any other
purpose.
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2
3
8
4 5
Fig. 2
6
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

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
7
9
Operator Cable Size
2x AWG 14 (max 30’)
AWG 12 (max 50’)
AWG 10 (max 100')
Always separate the connection cables of the low voltage
accessories from the high voltage power cables. Use separate
conduits to avoid interference.
The installer is responsible for grounding the gate and operator
systems, for providing the main power breaker switch, and for
making sure that the entire gate system meets all applicable
electrical codes.
Make sure to locate all controls that operate the gate system at
least 6 ft away from any moving parts.
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11
13
12
Fig. 1
1 Support Box
2 Cover Fastening Holes
3 770 Operator
4 Gate Support Bracket
5 Locking Bracket
6 Release Device with Key
7 Operator Ground Connection
770 Operators
Photocells
Control Unit
Pushbutton
Receiver
8 Articulate lever
9 Pinion
10 Hole for Power Cable
11 Hole for Drain Pipe
12 Operator Fastening Bolts
13 Lubrication Hole
1.3 Dimensions
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12⅛
Power Supply
24 Vdc
Power
70 W
Current
3A
Maximum Torque
221 lbf.ft (300 Nm)
Temperature Range
4°F +131°F (-20 °C +55°C)
Use frequency
100%
Class of operation
Residential
Angular speed
6°/sec
Operator Weight
26 lb (12 Kg)
Max Leaf Opening Angle
110° (140° and 180° with
optional kit)
Protection class
IP 67
Operator dimensions
14 x 6 x 5.5 in
(360 x 150 x 140 mm)
Foundation box dimension
See Fig. 3
Max Leaf Length
11.5 ft (3.5 m) - 110°
9.8 ft (3 m) - 180°
8.2 ft (2.5 m) - 140°
Max Leaf Weight
1100 lb (500 Kg)
6⅛
8½
1.1 Technical Specifications
* Measurements in Inches
Fig. 3
2. INSTALLATION
2.1 Preliminary checks
To ensure a correctly operating automated system, the
structure of the existing gate or gate to be built must satisfy
the following requirements:
• Leaf dimensions are within the limits
• The gate swings level
• Smooth, uniform leaf movement, without any irregular
friction during the entire travel
• Existing hinges in good condition
• Positive stops are provided in the fully opened and closed
positions
• There is a minimum clearance between the bottom
edge of gate and ground. See Fig. 6a (where ‘S’ =
thickness of guide bracket)
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2.2 Installing the foundation box
1. Dig a hole for the foundation box as shown in Fig. 5.
2. Place the foundation box in the hole, refer to the dimensions provided in Figs. 6a and 6b.
The center of the pivot on the foundation box must be perfectly aligned with the leaf’s axis of rotation (Figs 6a and 6b).
1⅜
3. Install a 1-3/8" Liquid Tight Conduit, it must be long
enough to reach from the box to the control unit (Fig. 7).
Install also a second conduit to drain water from the box
(also Fig. 7).
Ø
4. Secure the box in place with a concrete pour.
Fig. 7
* Measurements in Inches
Depending on the nature of the ground, it may be necessary to cast a bed of quick-setting concrete at the bottom
of the hole to avoid future subsidence.
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2⅜
6⅛
2.3 Setting up the gate
Allow the concrete to set before starting this operation.
1. Assemble the release levers on the support bracket, and
fit the latter on the pivot in the foundation box, also inserting the supplied ball (Fig. 8).
Note: grease both the pivot and the ball.
7⅜
~1
Fig. 5
6⅛
2¼
S
* Measurements in Inches
* Measurements
in Inches
2½
Fig. 8
Fig. 6a
2. Prepare the guide bracket, as follows:
* Measurements
in Inches
•
Use a “U” profile with dimensions indicated in Fig. 9.
~17⅜
90°
min 1.5"
min
~12⅜
Fig. 6b
7
10 "
Fig. 9
•
Determine the correct location of the leaf on the “U” profile
with reference to the axis of rotation (Fig. 10a and 10b);
•
Close the “U” profile on the post side with a small plate, as
shown in Figs. 10a and 10b.
Fig. 11
2.4 Installing the operator
1. Open the gate leaf.
2. Place the operator on the fastening bolts on the foundation box, and secure it using the supplied nuts and
washers (Fig. 13).
Fig. 10a
Note: the exact position of the operator is shown in Fig. 12. In
any case, the operator pinion must be on the opposite side
of leaves opening direction.
3. Manually close the leaf and assemble the supplied driving levers, as shown in Fig. 13.
Note: grease the operator pinion and the pivots of the two
levers.
4. Install the second operator, if required, by repeating the
operations described above.
5. Install the electronic control unit. Refer to the relative
instructions.
6. Fasten the box cover using the supplied screws (Fig. 14).
Fig. 10b
3. Carefully weld the guide bracket to the support bracket
(Fig. 11).
4. Fit the gate into the guide bracket and fix the top hinge
in place.
IMPORTANT: To ensure trouble-free operation, do NOT weld
the gate leaf to the guide bracket or to the support bracket.
5. Manually verify whether the gate opens and closes completely and smoothly, stopping at the mechanical travel
stops.
Fig. 13
Fig. 12
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1.
Fig. 14
Fig. 16
3. POSITIVE STOPS (optional)
Optional mechanical positive stops can be installed in the
load bearing box as indicated in Fig. 15. They can be adjusted to properly limit the gate leaf travel.
Fig. 15
Fig. 17
4.1 Restore Normal Operation
To restore normal operation, proceed as follows:
1. Push the lever back into its home position (Fig. 17 - Ref. 1).
2. Insert the release key into the lock and turn it as far as it will turn in the direction opposite the post (Fig. 17 - Ref. 2).
3. Operate the leaf manually until the lock is engaged in the locking bracket (Fig. 17 - Ref. 3).
4. MANUAL OPERATION
4. Close the cover on the lock.
If the gate has to be operated manually in the event of a
power outage or fault of the operator, use the keyed release
device on the support bracket (Fig. 1 - Ref. 6). The operator
can be released from both the inside and the outside of the
gate.
5. Restore power and test the system
5. MAINTENANCE
At regular intervals, check the structure of the gate and make
sure that the hinges are in perfect working order.
To operate the leaf manually, proceed as follows:
Periodically lubricate the pivot and ball in the support bracket,
through the lubricating hole shown in Fig. 1- Ref. 13. Make
sure that the pivots of the lever systems, the pinion and the
engagement of the lock on the locking bracket (Fig. 1 - Ref.
5) are always well lubricated, and check the efficiency of the
manual operation.
1. Disconnect power to the system to avoid accidental gate movement.
2. Open the cover of the lock (Fig. 16 - Ref. 1)
3. Insert the release key in the lock (Fig. 16 - Ref. 2).
4. Turn the key in the direction of the post, as far as it will go (Fig. 16 - Ref. 3).
5. Pull the lever out (Fig. 16 - Ref. 4).
REPAIRS
For repairs, refer to an authorized FAAC service center.
6. Operate the leaf manually.
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5. SPARE PARTS DIAGRAMS
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6
9
3
4
1
5
6
2
Part Number
Description
1
Part
770770
770 24V Motor
2
716078
Gear Box
3
727158
Gear Box Cover
4
718075
Secondary Shaft
5
718076
Internal Shaft Group
6
719165
Slow Shaft
7
390451
Seal Kit
8
63000452
Cap
9
63000590
V-Ring Seal And Spacer
10
7
1
3
6
6
5
2
Part Number
Description
1
Part
63000422
Release Levers Kit With Locks
2
63003015
Steel Ball
3
7271985
Cover Plug
4
727157
Box Cover
5
390477
Articulated Lever
6
424010
Manual Release Assembly
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1. E024U CONTROL BOARD DESCRIPTION & CHARACTERISTICS
This manual refers to board version 1D
J24
+
SETTING
DL14 DL15 DL16 DL17 DL18
DL19
DL20 DL21
DL22
Fig. A1
1.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.2 LAYOUT AND COMPONENTS
Main power supply
115 V~ 60 Hz
RADIO
Connector for the radio receiver
Secondary power
supply
Power consumption
24 Vdc - 16 A max.
(min. 20 Vdc. - max. 36 Vdc.)
BATTERY
Connector for the backup battery
Jumper to disable battery charging
(With the jumper present the battery
charger is enabled)
DC Power supply input
Max load per motor
Accessory power
Battery charge current
Operating temperature
J24
stand-by = 4W max. = 400 W
7A
POWER SUPPLY
24 Vdc - 500 mA
150 mA
TR1 to TR6
-4 °F +131 °F (-20 °C +55 °C)
+24 LED
SW1 - SETUP
Programming Trimmers
DC power indicator
Pushbutton for automatic setup
Protection fuses
All self-resetting
Main power fuse
6.3 A Timed
DS1 - DS2
Programming dipswitches
E, A, S, EP, AP, SP, B, C
LED ERROR
Troubleshooting indicator
Operating Logics
Operating time out
Pause time
Motor force, speed, obstacle sensitivity, closing
delay
Connector inputs
Terminal strip inputs
USB A
10 min.
USB connection for software upgrade
Programmable (0 to 4 min)
Programmable with
dedicated trimmer
1.3 RADIO CONNECTION
On the radio connector it’s possible to plug in receivers RP
and RP2. With a single channel radio RP it will be possible to
activate only the OPEN A input, with a dual channel radio RP2
it will be possible to activate both OPEN A and OPEN B inputs.
Plug in the radio board with the component side towards the
internal part of the board.
Make sure you insert or disconnect the board ONLY with the power off.
Power supply, Battery,
Radio receiver, USB
Encoder, Open A, Open B, Stop,
Open safety photocell, Closing
safety photocell, Limit switches
Terminal strip outputs
Audio Alarm, Lock, Motors,
Accessory power supply
Programming
With trimmers, dipswitches
and pushbutton
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2. INPUT / OUTPUT DESCRIPTION
MOT
DL1
DL2
1
ON
ON
2
ON
OFF
Encoder
24 VDC
A
B
OPEN
Maglock
STP CL OP
FSW
Fig. A2
PIN
LABEL
FUNCTION
2 EASY
2 EASY
2easy BUS input for encoders (S800H and S450H only), XIB and loop detector boards
1
OPEN A
N.O. Contact for total opening command
OPEN B /
CLOSE
OPEN B: N.O. Contact for opening of leaf 1 only
(with only one leaf the opening stops at 50% of traveling)
CLOSE (LOGIC B-C): N.O. Contact for closing command
3
STOP
N.C. Contact for stop command
4
FSW CL
N.C. Contact for closing safety
5
FSW OP
N.C. Contact for opening safety
6
GND (-)
24 Vdc negative
7
GND (-)
24 Vdc negative
8
+ 24
24 Vdc positive
9
OUT (-)
24 Vdc negative for safety TX photocell (monitored)
10
FCA 1
Open limit switch Motor 1
11
GND (-)
24 Vdc negative
12
FCC 1
Close limit switch Motor 1
13
FCA 2
Open limit switch Motor 2
14
GND (-)
24 Vdc negative
15
FCC2
Close limit switch Motor 2
LAMP
LAMP
Audio Alarm output
LOCK
LOCK
Output for electrical lock, max 5A pulse (DS2 - SW 4=OFF) 12 Vac / 24Vdc
Always ON (maglock): max 1 A (DS2 - SW 4=ON)
24 Vdc
MOT1
MOT 1
Motor 1 output ( first moving motor )
MOT2
MOT 2
Motor 2 output ( second moving motor )
USB A
USB
Firmware upgrade input
2
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3. SAFETY DEVICE CONNECTIONS
Entrapment protection
To comply with the UL325 standard for gate operators every
entrapment zone, as defined in ASTMF2200, must be protected by two independent entrapment protection devices.
One of the devices is inherent in the E024U control boards
design, the other can be external, like a photocell or an
edge sensor.
Connection of One Pair of Monitored Closing Photocells
DS1
FSW
CL OP
See this picture for the photocells positioning:
16” or less
CLOSE SAFETY
RX
TX
RX= Receiver Photocell
TX= Transmitter Ptotocell
Fig. A6
Fig. A3
Closing Safety Devices
Opening Safety
Devices
Connection of One Pair of Monitored Opening
Photocells and One Pair of Monitored Closing
Photocells
Opening Safety Devices:
Are active only during the gate opening movement, and
are suitable for protecting the area between the opening
leaves and fixed obstacles (walls, etc) against the risk of
entrapment
DS1
Closing Safety Devices:
Are active only during the gate closing movement, and are
suitable for protecting the closing area against the risk of
entrapment.
FSW
CL OP
Monitored Devices:
Additionaly the UL325 standard requires that every external
entrapment protection device must be monitored for
presence and correct operation. To comply with this
requirement the E024U control board uses the FAILSAFE
function. This function tests the photocells before each
movement of the operator. In case the test fails the
movement is inhibited. This function is enabled by default
on the Closing Safety Input and can be enabled on the
Opening Safety Input using dip-switch 12 of DS1 ON.
The power supply negative of the transmitter must be
connected to the OUT pin (No.9).
CLOSE SAFETY
RX
TX
OPEN SAFETY
RX
See Fig. A6, A7, A8, A10 for wiring examples.
Fig. A7
14
TX
RX= Receiver Photocell
TX= Transmitter Ptotocell
Only one monitored photocell can be connected to the
Closing or Opening safety inputs. More than one photocell
or other device can be connected to the safety inputs, but
they will not be monitored.
Other devices connected to the safety inputs must have
normally closed contacts and wired in series with the main
monitored sensor.
See the following example of one closing safety monitored
photocell and one non monitored one.
Connection of One Pair of Closing Photocells
(monitored), One Pair of Opening Photocells
(monitored) and One pair of Opening/Closing
Photocells (non monitored)
DS1
FSW
CL OP
Connection of Two Pairs of Closing Photocells, One
Monitored and One non Monitored
DS1
CLOSE SAFETY MONITORED
FSW
CL OP
RX
OPEN / CLOSE SAFETY NOT MONITORED
CLOSE SAFETY NOT MONITORED
RX
RX
TX
Fig. A8
RX
TX
RX= Receiver Photocell
TX= Transmitter Ptotocell
Fig. A10
Opening/Closing Safety Devices:
They operate during the gate opening and closing movements and are suitable to protect the opening and closing
areas against the risk of impact. Typically these photocells
work in combination with other monitored photocell protecting closing or opening entrapment zones. In that case
they can’t be monitored so they can only protect against
potential impact on vehicles.
16” or less
Opening/Closing
Safety Devices
Fig. A9
TX
OPEN SAFETY MONITORED
CLOSE SAFETY MONITORED
RX
TX
Closing Safety Devices
Opening Safety
Devices
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TX
RX= Receiver Photocell
TX= Transmitter Ptotocell
4.PROGRAMMING
4.1 DIP SWITCH DS1 SETTINGS FOR OPERATING LOGIC
OPERATING LOGIC
DS 1: SW 1 - SW 2 - SW 3
LOGIC
SW 1 SW 2 SW 3
PAUSE
TIME
DESCRIPTION
E (default)
Semiautomatic
OFF
OFF
OFF
NO
One command opens, the next one closes. A command
during opening stops the gate
A
Automatic
ON
ON
ON
0-4
min
One command opens, waits for the pause time an then
closes automatically
One command opens, waits for the pause time and then
closes automatically. If the closing safety is activated or
another command is given during the pause time it closes.
A maintained open command will not hold the gate open
S
Security
OFF
OFF
ON
0-4
min
EP
Semiautomatic
step by step
OFF
ON
OFF
NO
One command opens, the next one closes. During the movement a command stops the gate
AP
Automatic
step by step
OFF
ON
ON
0-4
min
One command opens, waits for the pause time and then
closes automatically. A command during the pause time
holds the gate open
One command opens, waits for the pause time and then
closes automatically. If the closing safety is activated during
pause time the gate closes in 5 s. A command during pause time holds open the gate
SP
Security
step by step
ON
OFF
OFF
0-4
min
B
Manned Pulsed
ON
OFF
ON
NO
An open A command opens the gate, an open B command closes the gate
C
Manned Constant
ON
ON
OFF
NO
Holding open A active opens the gate, holding Open B active closes the gate
For more details on the operating logics please refer to Chapter 11 - Function Logics
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4.2 ADJUSTING TRIMMERS
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TR1 – FORCE ADJUSTMENT MOTOR 1
Turn clockwise to increase the opening and closing force
TR 2 – FORCE ADJUSTEMENT MOTOR 2
Turn clockwise to increase the opening and closing force
TR 3 – SPEED ADJUSTMENT FOR MOTOR1 AND MOTOR 2
Turn clockwise to increase the opening and closing speed
TR 4 – SENSITIVITY ADJUSTEMENT FOR OBSTACLE DETECTION FOR MOTOR 1 AND MOTOR 2
Turn clockwise to increase the sensitivity for obstacle detection.
See Par. 6.3 for more details about the obstacle detection feature
TR 5 – PAUSE TIME ADJUSTMENT ( 0 - 4 min. )
Turn clockwise to increase the pause time.
1 min
2 min
30 sec
0 sec
3 min
Dip switches DS1: 1 to 3 need
to be set for an operating
mode with PAUSE time for this
adjustment to have any effect
4 min
TR6 - CLOSING DELAY OF LEAF 1 OVER LEAF 2 ADJUSTMENT ( 0 - 15 sec )
Turn clockwise to increase the delay
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4.3 DIP SWITCH DS1 SETTINGS FOR BOARD SETUP
BOARD SETUP
DS 1: SW 4 to SW 12
The opening of leaf 2 is delayed after the opening of leaf 1. This is to avoid
the gate leafs interfering with each other during the initial part of the movement. In case there is only one leaf it has no effect.
0 sec (default)
SW 4
OFF
2 sec
ON
REVERSE AND LAST STROKE
SW 5
OFF
ON
If active, before opening, while the gate is closed, the motors thrust to close for 2 s to facilitate the release of the electric lock. At closing the motors
are activated for a final stroke after slowdown to facilitate locking of the
electric lock.
SW 6
OFF
ON
With this fuction active the motors work at maximum force at startup (regardless of the force setting) during the initial phase of the movement. Useful
for heavy leaves
AUTOMATIC OPENING IN CASE OF
POWER FAILURE
SW 7
inactive (default)
active
OFF
ON
If active and with the optional backup battery installed, the board will open
the gate after one minute from the power failure and keep it open.
Within the minute wait it’s always possible to open and close the gate with
a command. If the logic used has a pause time the board will close the
gate when the power comes back.
CLOSING SAFETY LOGIC
SW 8
immediate reverse (default)
OFF
ON
OPENING DELAY
inactive (default)
active
MAX THRUST AT STARTUP
inactive (default)
active for 3 sec
reverse when cleared
With this function you can choose the behavior of the closing safety. With SW8
OFF the gate movement will be reversed as soon as the safety is active, with
SW8 ON the gate will stop when the safety is active and it will reverse only when
the safety is deactivated.
SW 9
OFF
ON
Selects the behavior of the shadow loop function of the XIB accessory
OFF: The shadow loop input is active only before a closing command,
ignored in any other conditions
ON: The shadow loop input is active before a closing and before an opening
command. If an open command is given and the shadow loop input is
engaged the open command will be ignored even after the shadow loop
input goes inactive.
NOTE: On the first power up of the board an open command will be always
executed (even if the shadow loop is engaged), but at reduced speed.
EXTRA SENSITIVITY TO
OBSTACLE DETECTION
SW 10
If active this function allows to have an immediate reverse in case the gate
hits a rigid obstacle. This function increases the safety of the gate operator,
however it can generate unwanted obstacle detections.
inactive (default)
24V ACCESSORY VOLTAGE
OFF
ON
SW 11
24V OFF in Battery Mode
OFF
24V ON in Battery Mode
ON
SHADOW LOOP CONFIGURATION
active only on closing (default)
active on closing and opening
active
FAIL SAFE MODE
SW 12
Closing Safety
OFF
Closing and Opening Safety
ON
Selects the behavior of the 24V accessory voltage during battery mode:
OFF: The accessory voltage and BUS input are turned off in battery
backup mode
ON: The accessory voltage and BUS input are always active even in battery backup mode
Selects the behavior of the Fail Safe (monitoring) mode:
OFF: Fail Safe is active on the closing safety photocell input (FSW CL) only
ON: Fail Safe is active on both closing safety photocell input (FSW CL) and
opening safety photocell input (FSW OP)
NOTE: if using the XIB interface the opening safety on it is also monitored.
Refers to the XIB manual for further details.
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4.4 DIP SWITCH DS2 SETTINGS FOR OPERATOR TYPE AND LOCK MODE
SETTING
DS2
DL 1 DL 2 DL 3 DL 4 DL 5
IMPORTANT
DS 2
DS 2
OPERATOR SELECTION
LOCK OUTPUT MODE
OPERATOR TYPE
S450H, S800H
S418
415, 390, 770
SW 1 SW 2 SW 3
OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF ON
ON OFF OFF
OUTPUT MODE
Active only for 3 sec. after an open impulse
(from gate closed)
Active always except 3 sec. before an opening
5. LED DIAGNOSTICS
J24
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1
2
5
7
3
SETTING
4
6
Reserved
8
9
DL14 DL15 DL16 DL17 DL18
DL19
19
10
DL20 DL21
DL22
SW 4
OFF
ON
L
E
LED STATUS
In BOLD the normal state with gate closed and working
DESCRIPTION
ON STEADY
OFF
BLINKING
LED BATTERY
Board working on AC
power
Board working on
battery power or ext supply
Battery charging
LED +24
Main power present
Main power OFF
D
1
2
SLOW BLINK
(1 sec. ON - 1 sec. OFF)
SET-UP needed
3
LED SET-UP
4
LED ERROR
Board malfunction.
See possible causes
below
No errors
Error conditions.
See LED ERROR DISPLAY table
5
LED BUS_MON
Communication on
Bus “2easy” OK
Communication bus
“2Easy” inactive. Verify
encoders for shorts
“2Easy” bus devices with the
Same address. Verify
encoder LEDs
6
LED USB2
Software update done
or USB key not present
USB key inserted and software
Update in progress
(DON’T Remove the USB key)
7
LED USB1
Normal operation
Number of flashes show version at
power up:
No Flashes=1C | One flash =1D
8
9
10
Normal operation
LED DL 14
OPEN A INPUT (N.O.)
OPEN A active
OPEN A not active
LED DL 15
OPEN B INPUT (N.O.)
OPEN B active
OPEN B not active
LED DL 16
STOP INPUT (N.C.)
STOP non active
STOP active or
wiring error
LED DL 17
FSW CL INPUT (N.C.)
Closing safety
devices clear
Closing safety devices
triggered or wiring error
LED DL 18
FSW OP INPUT (N.C.)
Opening safety
devices clear
Opening safety devices
triggered or wiring error
LED DL 19 FCA1: OPEN
LIMIT SWITCH MOT1 (N.C.)
Limit switch
OFF or not used
Limit Switch activated
LED DL 20 FCC1: CLOSE
LIMIT SWITCH MOT1 (N.C.)
Limit switch
OFF or not used
Limit Switch activated
LED DL 21 FCA2: CLOSE
LIMIT SWITCH MOT2 (N.C.)
Limit switch
OFF or not used
Limit Switch activated
LED DL 22 FCC2: CLOSE
LIMIT SWITCH MOT2 (N.C.)
Limit switch
OFF or not used
Limit Switch activated
FAST BLINK
(0.5 sec. ON - 0.5 sec OFF)
SET UP in in progress
BOARD MALFUNCTION ERROR POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
There were two consecutive obstacle detections (the audio alarm also should sound)
Remove obstructions
One of the motor driver components has failed
The board needs to be repaired
24V accessory power missing
The board needs to be repaired
The idle current in one of the motors is out of range
Check the motors
Both limit switches are active at the same time
Check the limit switches
Input voltage from the power supply is out of range
Check DC input voltage
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The diagnostic LED shows only one error condition at a time, with the priority of the below table. In case there is more than
one error once one is eliminated the LED will show the next
LED ERROR DISPLAY
NUMBER OF ERROR CONDITION
FLASHES
SOLUTION
1
OBSTACLE DETECTION
2
BOARD IN SLEEP MODE
Verify the presence of AC power
(Slow blinking means that the automatic open
in case of power failure function is active)
3
MOTOR 1 FAILURE
Inspect wiring to motor. If the wiring is good replace motor 1
4
MOTOR 2 FAILURE
Inspect wiring to motor. If the wiring is good replace motor 2
ENCODER on motor 1 or motor 2 error
•
Remove the obstacle, Check force and sensitivity settings
•
•
5
Verify the encoder wiring and LED status. If they are correct replace
the encoder
Verify motor and encoder wire gauge are correct
Verify operator is not on manual and hydraulic units don’t need
to be bled
6
FAIL SAFE FAILED
Verify the photocells wiring and alignement
7
BOARD THERMAL PROTECTION ACTIVE
Turn off the board and wait until the components cool down
MAX RUN TIME REACHED
WITHOUT FINDING THE
POSITIVE STOP (10 min. )
- Verify that the operator manual release is not engaged
- Verify that the board recognizes the mechanical stop, in case redo
the setup procedure
- Verify that the gates slow down before reaching the positive stops. If
they don’t then redo the setup procedure
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6. TIME LEARNING (SET-UP)
FCC2 both leafs stop and leaf 1 restarts automatically
opening at full speed followed by leaf 2 (if present).
7. If you selected an automatic logic the board will wait for
the pause time and then closes the gate automatically.
Otherwise you have to give an OPEN command to close
the gate.
After powering up the board for the first time or when the board
will need it the setup LED will blink at a slow frequency to indicate
that the setup procedure to learn the running times is needed.
The setup can be redone at any time by pressing and holding
the setup button as indicated below. The setup cannot be done
until the safeties and stop inputs are wired.
6.2 MANUAL TIME LEARNING
After the setup first movement, if the leafs are opening instead
of closing you need to reverse the wires going to the motor that
moves in the wrong direction
WARNING: If the manual time learning setup is done then the
slow down points must be set by the installer during the procedure. Slow down is required for proper operation.
6.1 AUTOMATIC TIME LEARNING
Move the leafs to the mid position
Very important for a good result
WARNING: If the time learning setup is done automatically then
the slow down points are set by the board on his own
Move the leafs to the mid position
Very important for a good result
1. Press and hold the SETUP button until the SETUP LED lights up,
keep it pressed for about 3 sec. until it turns off and keep it
pressed more until the leaf 2 (if present) starts moving slowly.
The LED will blink during the setup procedure
2. Leaf 2 will move in closing direction until it reaches the
mechanical stop or FCC2
3. Leaf 1 starts moving slowly until it reaches the mechanical
stop or FCC1
4. Leaf 1 starts moving in opening direction at the set speed
(trimmer speed).
5. At the point where you want the slowdown to start give
an OPEN A command with the push button or the remote
that is already stored in memory. Leaf 1 starts to slow down
and stops when it reaches the mechanical stop or FCA1.
6. Leaf 2 starts moving in opening direction at the set speed
(trimmer speed)
1. Press and hold the SETUP button until the SETUP LED lights up,
wait about 3 sec. until it turns off and then release it immediately. NOTE: If you wait too long to release it the manual
set-up will start. The LED will blink during the setup procedure
2. Leaf 2 (if present) starts to move slowly in closing direction,
stopping when it reaches the mechanical stop or FCC2.
3. Leaf 1 begins to move slowly in closing direction, stopping
when it reaches the mechanical stop, or FCC1.
4. Leaf 1 starts to move slowly in opening direction, followed
by leaf 2 (if present) still slowly.
5. When they both reach the open mechanical stop or FCA1
and FCA2 they stop and reverse, leaf 2 (if present) automatically starts closing at full speed followed by leaf 1.
6. When they reach the close mechanical stop or FCC1 and
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7. At the point where you want the slowdown to start give an
OPEN A command with the push button or the remote that
is already stored in memory. Leaf 2 starts to slow down and
stops when it reaches the mechanical stop or FCA2.
8. Leaf 2 starts to close at the set speed (trimmer speed).
9. At the point where you want the slowdown to start give an
OPEN A command with the push button or the remote that
is already stored in memory. The leaf 2 starts to slow down
and stops when it reaches the mechanical stop or FCC2.
10. Leaf 1 starts to close at the set speed (trimmer speed).
11. At the point where you want the slowdown to start give an
OPEN A command with the push button or the remote that
is already stored in memory. Leaf 1 starts to slow down and
stops when it reaches the mechanical stop or FCC1.
12. The manual time learning procedure is complete.
This is a more detailed description of what happens after an
obstacle detection:
Gate opening, obstacle detected:
The gate reverses partially (for 3 sec.) and STOPS. After that the
gate is in a halfway position or completely closed.
If an open_A command is received, the gate tries to open
from the current position:
•
If there is another obstacle detection: the gate stops completely, the alarm goes off
•
If the gate reaches the open position: the obstructions
count is reset, the gate returns to normal operations
Gate closing, obstacle detected:
The gate reverses partially (for 3 sec.) and STOPS. After that the
gate is in a halfway position or completely open.
After time learning test the gate to set the force, speed and
sensitivity using the trimmers.
If an open_A command is received in NON Automatic mode
•
if the gate was not completely open: execute an open
•
if the gate was completely open: execute a close
If an open_A command is received in Automatic mode:
•
if the gate was not completely open: execute an open,
wait for the pause time and then closes.
•
if the gate was completely open: reload the pausetime,
and then closes
If there is another obstacle detection: the gate stops completely, the alarm goes off.
1. Apply resistance to the gate and adjust the Force to
make sure that the operator creates enough thrust to
reliably move the leaf.
2. Set the desired speed. Keep the speed relatively low on
big and heavier gates.
3. After Force and Speed are set to the desired settings
adjust the Sensitivity so the gate reverses promptly after
hitting a rigid object.
4. After all the adjustments are done perform setup again.
If the gate reaches the close position: the obstructions count is
reset, the gate returns to normal operations
7.ENCLOSURE
The E024U board is supplied on a panel that fits in a 16x14”
enclosure.
6.3 OBSTACLE DETECTION FUNCTION
The obstacle detection function is achieved by controlling the
current absorption and / or through the encoder connected to
the motors.
If the gate encounters an obstacle during the movement of
opening or closing, the obstacle detection function is activated and the operator reverses the direction of the gate.
17 15/32”
In case of a second consecutive obstacle the operator stops
the gate right away and any further command is inhibited.
To re-enable the automation, you must remove power (and
disconnect batteries if present) or open the STOP contact input.
The Audio Alarm output will be active until this “reset”.
15 15
/32”
”
/32
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AC POWER CONNECTION
On the back panel there are: the control board, the power supply
and additional accessories.
Power outlet
and switch
(optional)
To connect AC power to the controller:
1. Turn the circuit breaker for the AC gate operator power OFF
before connecting the AC input wires.
AC connection
Power Supply
2. Turn OFF the Power Switch located on the left side of enclosure
before connecting the AC input wires.
Pushbutton
3. Connect the AC input wires to the AC terminal located on the
top left of the control box. See diagram below.
(optional)
NEUTRAL
GROUND
WHITE
GREEN
DIN rail
115 V LINE
E24U board
BLACK
4. Batteries must be installed after the AC power is on. See Battery
Power Connection.
Batteries
8.1 POWER SUPPLY
8. POWER CONNECTION
The E024U board is powered by a high efficiency switching
power supply that takes 115VAC input and provides 36VDC to
power the board. On the power supply board there is only one
repleaceble fuse: 6.3A timed
AC POWER GUIDELINES:
THE E024U control board and power supply uses a single phase
AC power line to operate, charge the batteries, and power
gate accessories. Use the following guidelines when installing
the AC power:
1. Check the local wiring codes in all cases and follow all local
building codes. Wiring and hookup should be performed by a
qualified electrician/installer only.
2. AC power should be supplied from a circuit breaker panel
and must have its own dedicated circuit breaker. This supply
must include a green ground conductor.
3. Use copper conductor wires with liquid tight flexible conduit
UL listed for electric cable protection
FUSE
14 AWG, 600V, 80°C
Terminal Block max Torque 2.1 Nm
4. Properly ground the gate operator to minimize or prevent
damage from power surges and/or lightning. Use a grounding
rod if necessary. A surge suppressor is recommended for additional protection.
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10. FIRMWARE UPGRADE
9. BACKUP BATTERY
The E024U board keeps the operating firmware in a field programmable memory, it can be easily upgraded through the
on board USB port
The E024U board allows the connection of a 24V backup
battery to provide power to operate the gate during blackouts.
For more details about how the boards handles the loss of
main power and how to configure its behaviour please see
par 4.3 and DS1 switch 7.
SETTING
To connect the battery use the provided cable and jumper.
Plug the jumper from the red (+) terminal of first battery to the
black (-) terminal on the second battery and then connect the
battery cable red wire to the red (+) terminal on the second
battery and the black wire to the black (-) terminal on the first
battery. Finally plug the cable on the BATTERY connector on
the board.
RED
+
BLACK
-
JUMPER
DL 1 DL 2 DL 3 DL 4 DL 5
For the upgrade you need a USB Flash Drive, where you have
to copy the file supplied by FAAC. Then follow these steps:
12VDC, 8 amp
Battery
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J24
1. Disconnect the batteries if they are present.
2. Turn the AC power off and insert the Flash Drive into the
USB A input on the board
3. Turn the AC power back on. The USB2 LED will start to flash to
confirm the beginning of the software update. (WARNING:
DON’T TURN THE POWER OFF OR REMOVE THE FLASH DRIVE
UNTIL THE USB2 LED TURNS OFF.
4. Wait until the USB 2 LED turns off
5. Remove the USB Flash drive.
6. Cycle power, reconnect the batteries if needed and execute a new SETUP procedure (See chapter 6)
12VDC, 8 amp
Battery
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WARNING: Only upgrade the firmware with the proper file
supplied by FAAC, otherwise the board could be damaged
SETTING
10.1 VERIFY THE FIRMWARE VERSION
DL 1 DL 2 DL 3 DL 4 DL 5
On initial power up watch the LED USB 1 on the bottom left of
the board. The number of flashes indicate the version:
No Flashes = Version 1C, refer to manuals dated Jan. 2016
and before.
1 FLash = Version 1D refer to manuals dated after Jan. 2016
9.1 DISABLE THE BATTERY CHARGER
The internal battery charger must be disabled to use an external
charger. To disable the battery charger unplug jumper J24
J24 PRESENT = BATTERY CHARGING ACTIVE
J24 NOT PRESENT = BATTERY CHARGING NOT ACTIVE
J24
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11. FUNCTION LOGICS
LOGIC “E”
PULSES
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
OPEN B
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the leaves
opens leaf 1
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
OPENING
stops operation
(1)
stops operation
stops operation
immediately
reverses at
closing
no effect
stops and opens at release
(OPEN stops - saves CLOSE)
OPEN
recloses leaves
immediately (1)
recloses leaves
immediately
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
CLOSING
reopens leaves
immediately
reopens leaves
immediately
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
stops and opens at release
(OPEN stops - saves CLOSE)
BLOCKED
closes leaves
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN stops saves CLOSE)
(1) if the cycle began with OPEN-B (leaf 1), both leaves are activated at opening
LOGIC “A”
SYSTEM STATUS
CLOSED
PULSES
OPEN A
OPEN B
opens leaf 1
opens and closes and
closes after
after pause time
pause time
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
OPENING
no effect (1)
no effect
stops operation
reverses at
closing
no effect
stops and opens at release
(saves CLOSE)
OPEN IN PAUSE
reloads
pause time (1)
reloads
pause time of
released leaf
stops operation
no effect
recharges
pause time
(CLOSE disabled)
recharges
pause time
(CLOSE disabled)
CLOSING
reopens leaves
immediately
reopens leaves
immediately
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
stops and opens at release
(saves CLOSE)
BLOCKED
closes leaves
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
(1) if the cycle began with OPEN-B (leaf 1), both leaves are activated at opening
LOGIC “S”
SYSTEM STATUS
CLOSED
OPENING
OPEN IN PAUSE
PULSES
OPEN A
OPEN B
STOP
opens and closes opens released
no effect
after pause time leaf and closes (OPEN disabled)
after pause time
no effect (1)
no effect
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
to open and stops and opens at release
stops operation reverses at closure continues
recloses immediately
(saves CLOSE)
recloses leaves recloses leaves stops operation
immediately (1) immediately
no effect
stops and, at release,
closes
reverses at opening (see stops and opens after release
DS1-SW8) and closes
and closes immediately at
immediately at end
end
CLOSING
reopens leaves
immediately
reopens leaves
immediately
stops operation
no effect
BLOCKED
closes leaves
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
(1) if the cycle began with OPEN-B (leaf 1), both leaves are activated at opening
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stops and, at release,
closes
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
LOGIC “EP”
PULSES
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
OPEN B
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the leaves
opens leaf 1
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
stops and opens at release
(OPEN stops saves CLOSE)
OPENING
OPEN
CLOSING
BLOCKED
stops operation (1) stops operation
recloses leaves recloses leaves
immediately (1) immediately
stops operation
stops operation
restarts moving in restarts moving in
opposite direction. opposite direction.
Always closes after Always closes after
STOP
STOP
immediately
stops operation reverses
at closure
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
stops and opens at release
(OPEN stops saves CLOSE)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN stops saves CLOSE)
(1) if the cycle began with OPEN-B (leaf 1), both leaves are activated at opening
LOGIC “AP”
SYSTEM STATUS
CLOSED
PULSES
OPEN A
OPEN B
opens leaf 1
opens and closes
closes after
after pause time and
pause time
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
OPENING
stops operation
(1)
stops operation
stops operation
reverses at
closing (saves
OPEN)
no effect
stops and opens at release
(OPEN stops saves CLOSE)
OPEN IN PAUSE
stops operation
(1)
stops operation
stops operation
no effect
recharges
pause time
(CLOSE disabled)
recharges
pause time
(CLOSE disabled)
CLOSING
reopens leaves
immediately
reopens leaves
immediately
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
(see DS1-SW8)
stops and opens at release
(OPEN stops saves CLOSE)
BLOCKED
closes leaves
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
(1) if the cycle began with OPEN-B (leaf 1), both leaves are activated at opening
LOGIC “SP”
SYSTEM STATUS
PULSES
OPEN A
OPEN B
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
continues to open
and recloses
immediately
stops and opens after release and
closes immediately at end (OPEN
stops - saves CLOSE)
CLOSED
opens and clo- opens leaf 1 and
no effect
ses after pause closes after pause (OPEN
disabled)
time
time
OPENING
stops operation
(1)
stops operation
stops operation
reverses at closure
OPEN IN PAUSE
recloses leaves
immediately (1)
recloses leaves
immediately
stops operation
no effect
CLOSING
stops operation
stops operation
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
stops and opens at release
(saves CLOSE)
BLOCKED
restarts moving restarts moving in
in opposite
opposite direction.
direction. Always Always closes after
closes after STOP
STOP
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
stops and, at relea- stops and, at release, closes
se, closes
(1) if the cycle began with OPEN-B (leaf 1), both leaves are activated at opening
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LOGIC “B”
PULSES
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
OPEN B
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the leaves
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
OPENING
no effect
closes leaves
stops operation
reverses at closure
no effect
stops and, at release, closes
(saves
OPEN/CLOSE)
OPEN
no effect
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
CLOSING
opens the leaves
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
stops and opens at release
(saves
OPEN/CLOSE)
BLOCKED
opens the leaves
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
LOGIC “C”
CONTINUOS COMMANDS
PULSES
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
OPEN B
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the leaves
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
OPENING
no effect
closes leaves
stops operation
reverses at closure
no effect
stops and, at release, closes
(saves
OPEN/CLOSE)
OPEN
no effect
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
CLOSING
opens the leaves
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses at opening
stops and opens at release
(saves
OPEN/CLOSE)
BLOCKED
opens the leaves
closes leaves
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE disabled)
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12.ACCESSORIES
12.1 SHADOW LOOP INTERFACE (p/n 790062)
XIB board connections with no opening safety
Through the use of the XIB interface board you can connect
an additional loop detector (center or shadow) to the E024U
board to keep the gate open if vehicles are obstructing the
closing path. With a dip switch setting the shadow loop can
function on both opening and closing (see section 4.3)
Interface
N.C.
COM
BUS
CL
OP
BUS
N.O.
Detector
J3
CL
OP
Encoder
BUS
J2
J1
DL1
DL2
Fig. A11
XIB board description
REMOVING THE INTERFACE
J1 ( RED )
Connects to “2easy” BUS input on the E024U
J2 ( RED )
Terminal for the connection of the encoder
J3 CL (GREEN)
Terminal for the NC connection of the shadow loop
detector
1. Turn power OFF
2. Unplug the board and remove the wiring
3. Move the encoder wires (if present) to the 2EASY connector on the board
4. Turn power back ON
5. Verify that leaf 1 & 2 lights on the encoder are correct
J3 OP (GREEN ) Terminal for the NC connection of second open
safety
6. Press and release the SW1 button quickly. The board will
recognize that the XIB board has been removed
DL1
LED for diagnostics of devices connected to the J3
OP
7. Re-program run time if needed.
DL2
LED for diagnostics of devices connected to the J3
CL
NOTE:
INSTALLING THE INTERFACE
1. Turn power OFF
2. Plug in the XIB interface to the 2EASY connector on the
E024U board
3. Wire the shadow loop detector NC output to the CL input
on the XIB board as in figure below
•
Do not connect the shadow loop detector in series with
regular closing safety devices.
•
If the E024U board doesn’t have the correct software
installed the shadow loop will act as a normal closing
safety, detecting also the gate itself and not allowing the
closing movement to complete. Please contact technical support for assistance in that case.
SECOND OPEN SAFETY INPUT
4. Connect Common from loop detector to GND (terminal
6) on E024U
The OP input on the XIB board can be used as a second
monitored open safety input.
5. If no second open safety device is present jump out the
OP input on XIB board to GND (terminal 6) on the E024U
When open safety monitoring is turned ON on the E024U
board (Dip SW 12 ON) the OP input on the XIB (J3 OP) is monitored and can be used to protect an entrapment zone. See
Fig. A12a/b for the connections.
6. Wire the encoder (if needed) to J2
7. Refer to Fig. A11 for the wiring schematic
In case only one opening safey input is needed and the XIB
board is present connect the opening safey photocell to FSW
OP on the E024U and J3 OP on the XIB in parallel. See Fig.
A13a/b for the connections.
8. Turn power back ON
9. Press and release the SW1 button quickly. The board will
recognize that the XIB board has been removed
10. Re-program run time if needed.
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XIB board connections and second opening safety
XIB board connections and only one opening safety
Interface
Interface
N.C.
BUS
CL
COM
N.C.
COM
OP
BUS
Detector
Detector
BUS
BUS
Encoder
BUS
RX
RX
RX
Fig. A12a
OP
N.O.
Encoder
N.O.
BUS
CL
Open Safety 2
Receiver
Open Safety 1
Receiver
Open Safety
Receiver
Fig. A13a
TX
TX
TRANSMITTER
PHOTOCELL 1
TX
TRANSMITTER
PHOTOCELL
TRANSMITTER
PHOTOCELL 2
Fig. A12b
Fig. A13b
DIAGNOSTIC TABLE
OFF
SLOW FLASHING
(FLASH EVERY 5 secs.)
ON STEADY
FAST FLASHING (FLASH EVERY 0.5 sec)
Error condition on the BUS
DL1
“XIB” board
malfunction
or no power
J3 OP terminal open
(missing jumper on the OP
input)
J3 OP terminal closed
(normal condition)
DL2
“XIB” board
malfunction
or no power
J3 CL terminal open
(loop detector active or not
connected)
J3 CL terminal closed
(loop detector in idle
condition)
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12.2 LOOP DETECTORS INTERFACE (p/n 2670)
The Loop Detector Interface allows connection of up to three
plug-in detectors associated with standard functions. The
board is designed to fit in the FAAC standard 16” x 14” enclosure on the existing DIN rail. To connect the interface board:
Turn the power on on the E024U board. The LED on the interface board will blink briefly and then will stay ON solid if the
BUS connection is working correctly.
IMPORTANT: Briefly press the SW1 button on the E024U board
to make it aware of the presence of the additional interface
board.
1) Connect the 2EASY BUS from the E024U to the interface
board (no polarity) - Green Wires
2) Connect pin 8 on the E024U board (+24V) to the +24
input on the interface board - Red Wire
To make sure the board is working properly you can check
the behaviour of BUS LED on the E024U board. It will be normally on when none of the loop detectors is active. If any of
the detectors is activated the LED will turn off.
3) Connect pin 7 on the E024U board (GND) to the GND input
on the interface board - Black Wire
4) Connect the loops to the interface board as in the figure
below
Loop Detectors Interface Wiring
E024U CONTROL BOARD
SHADOW
REVERSE
OPEN
A
B
OPEN
STP CL OP
FSW
LED
SHADOW
REVERSE
OPEN
NOTE: You can use the shadow loop interface OR the loop detectors interface but not both at the same time. If two monitored
open safeties are required the additional loop detectors (other than the shadow) must be wired directly to the E024U board.
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