Assembly and Operating Instructions

Assembly and Operating Instructions
Assembly and Operating
Instructions
Automatic sliding
driveway gate
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Last update: August 23, 2004
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Assembly and Operating Instructions - Automatic sliding driveway gate
1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION
5. ASSEMBLY
The gate should be installed and adjusted only by a COMPETENT person.
Read all the instructions before assembling the gate.
Read the instructions and follow them carefully. They contain essential
information to ensure secure assembly, use and proper maintenance
of the gate.
Keep this manual in a safe place.
Correct functioning of the gate depends to a great extent on whether it has
been properly installed.
The manufacturer may install the gate for you if you request such services or may
recommend an authorized installer.
If you install the gate on your own, make sure that you strictly follow
the instructions to avoid malfunctioning of the gate, its premature wear,
and a possible loss of warranty.
Having adjusted and manually checked how the gate operates, adjust the limit
switches on the gate's moving part. Do the adjustment by loosening the screw
on the switch and moving the switch right or left until the clearance between
the moving part of the gate and the fork (after the gate closes completely)
is approximately 5 [mm] (Fig. 8.3a).
2. PURPOSE
This gate should be used for closing driveways to private property, plots,
recreational areas, private housing estates, public buildings, historical buildings
and sites, churches and temples, embassies, government buildings, state office
buildings and other buildings of similar nature.
3. OPERATING CONDITIONS AND SAFETY
WARNING:
When assembling and installing the gate, follow the local health and safety
at work regulations concerning assembly and fitting work performed with
electric tools in accordance with the assembly technique used.
ALL ELECTRIC WORK MUST BE PERFORMED ONLY BY AN AUTHORIZED
TECHNICIAN.
ANY ELECTRIC INSTALLATION THAT MIGHT BE REQUIRED MUST
BE MADE ACCORDING TO THE REGULATIONS THAT ARE IN EFFECT
IN YOUR COUNTRY.
There must be no obstacles within the operating range of the
gate. Make sure that while the gate is in motion there are no
people (and especially children) or objects in its close proximity.
WARNING! Accident hazard.
The gate may be opened or closed using the automatic drive
system only if the gate can be observed by the operator.
It is forbidden to use any additional fittings and modify the
existing ones without the manufacturer's consent.
It is forbidden to install the power transformer inside the
gatepost.
AFTER THE GATE HAS BEEN INSTALLED
6. OPERATION
Do not block the gate or leave any objects in its way!
Make sure that while the gate is in motion there are no people (and especially
children) or objects in its close proximity.
The gate has been properly installed when it moves smoothly and its operation
is easy.
In the case of power failure you may open the gate manually after unlocking
the drive unit as shown in Fig. 9.
Before you open the gate for the first time, check it thoroughly following
the instructions in chapter 9: “Maintenance and service”.
WARNING! Accident hazard.
Gates with filling elements spacing < 20% must not be used when wind velocity
exceeds 15 m/s.
Gates with no filling
Filling that is fitted by the customer may only be screwed to the gate. The filling
parts must not be welded to the gate.
The maximum weight of the filling must not exceed 20 kg per one running
meter of the driveway width.
A galvanized gate may be painted with topcoat paint following the instructions
provided by its manufacturer.
The zinc coating on the gate is not meant to be decorative but protects it against
corrosion.
Optional equipment:
This automatic gate may be equipped with optional features:
1. A light that flashes when the gate is being open (EKO gates).
2. An infrared barrier with photocells.
3. Safety bars (edges).
4. PRELIMINARY WORK
This stage includes preparing the gate's foundations and any electric circuits
that are required:
! The opening direction of the gate is always determined when looking at the
gate from the premises. A RIGHT gate is a gate that opens to the right.
! The foundation for the right gate should be constructed in accordance
with Fig. 0 premises view (the anchoring bolts are delivered by the
manufacturer). A mirror-view foundation should be constructed for the
left gate.
! All foundations for the fence must be deeper than the freezing zone
specified for a given area. In Poland, follow the PN-81/B-03200 standard.
! The distance between the foundation anchoring bolts must correspond
to the distance between the holes in the gate angle brace and is specified
in the pricelist.
! When inserting the anchoring bolts into the concrete it is essential to ensure
that they are in vertical position.
! Bring power wires to the place marked in Fig. 0.1a and leave 1 extra meter
of the wire for subsequent fitting work.
! Bury YLY control wires (2 x 0.5 mm 2 for one pair of photocells) below
the surface of the driveway and leave approximately 1 extra meter of the
wire for subsequent fitting work. Alternatively, bury a PVC pipe into which
wires will be inserted later.
! If the gate is less than 30 m away from the power source (transformer),
use the YLY 2 x 1.5 mm 2 wire, and if the distance exceeds 30 m, use the
YLY 2 x 1.5 mm 2 and the YLY 2 x 0.5 mm 2 control wire.
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Opening and closing
The automatic gate is opened and closed by pressing the button on the remote
control unit. Hold the button for approximately 1 or 2 seconds.
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING
If the gate does not react to the signal from the remote control unit, do the
following:
! make sure there is electric tension in the power supply system,
! make sure that the teeth of the gearwheel are between the teeth on the
toothed bar,
! check the fuse on the switch board (6.3 A) or in the transformer (1 A),
! check the battery in the remote control unit,
! if resistance is felt while moving the gate or if there are other problems,
check all the individual parts following the instructions in “Maintenance
and service” and “Cleaning”.
In case of any doubt, contact the installer or the manufacturer's authorized
service.
8. PAINTING (not applicable to pained gates)
Having installed the gate, use anti-corrosive primer to paint any spots where the
zinc coating has been damaged.
The zinc-coated gate may be painted with two layers of topcoat paint,
preferably based on artificial resins, following the instructions provided
by its manufacturer.
9. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
The gate should be checked and maintenance work should be performed
at least every 6 months according to the instructions below.
Failure to do so may result in malfunctioning.
It is recommended that the gate be checked once a year by an authorized
technician. Such a check should be confirmed in the warranty card.
9.1. Fitting
Check all the connections between different parts of the gate (made during
the installation) and adjust them if necessary.
9.2. Lubrication
It is not recommended to lubricate the moving parts of the gate, as it causes
dust and dirt to stick to them, which causes even more friction and resistance.
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9.3. Lock insert
Do not lubricate it!
9.4. Adjustment of overload force
When checking the gate, adjust the overload switch in accordance with the
provided instructions for the drive unit.
After the adjustment, the pressing force of the gate must not exceed 150 N.
10. CLEANING
After each winter season clean the slide rail of the gate of any dirt that has
accumulated inside.
10.1. Gates with powder-painted surfaces.
Protect the gate from caustic substances such as liquors, acids, etc.
Make sure the product is properly maintained. Clean the powder-painted parts
of the gate at least once a year. If the gate is used in an excessively polluted
environment, it should be cleaned more frequently.
When cleaning the gate, follow this advice:
! Use clean water with some neutral (or somewhat alkaline) cleaner and soft,
non-abrasive cloth.
! The cleaned surfaces must be cold (maximum 25 °C).
! Use only cold cleaners (maximum 25 °C).
! Do not use any cleaners that are acidic, strongly alkaline or abrasive, which
may damage the coating and react with the steel structure.
! Do not use any abrasive cleaners that may peel or scratch the paint.
! Do not use any organic solvents that contain esters, ketones, alcohols,
fragrances, glycol ether or chlorinated hydrocarbons.
! Do not use any cleaners whose chemical contents are unknown.
! Greasy, oily or sooty substances may be removed with fragrance-free petrol
hydrocarbon.
! Residue of glue, silicon rubber, self-adhesive tape, etc. may be removed with
fragrance-free petrol hydrocarbon.
Any cleaner may be in contact with the surface no longer than for 1 hour.
If necessary, cleaning may be repeated after at least 24 hours.
Glues, mortars, fillers, putties and self-adhesive tapes may contain aggressive
substances. Check their action on the paint and the steel structure before using
them.
10.2. Gates with galvanized surfaces.
Use the same guidelines as for gates with powder-painted surfaces.
WARNING: Do not lubricate any parts of the angle brace.
11. ADJUSTMENT OF THE GATE
Adjustment of the motion parameters and programming of the drive unit
should be performed in accordance with the provided instructions for the drive
unit.
After the adjustment, the pressing force of the gate must not exceed 150 N.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply
Current intensity
Power consumption
Driving torque
Gear wheel
Number of teeth
Module
Sliding speed
Drive unit weight
Maximum weight of the moving part of the gate
Working temperature
Efficiency
24 [V] DC
4 [A]
70 [W]
5 [N/m]
16
3
5,5 [m/min]
4,5 [kg]
180 [kg]
o
-25 ÷ +50
40%
o
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The manufacturer reserves the right to change, without notice, the design
of the product in accordance with new technologies without changing
its functionality.
This documentation is the property of FPHU WISNIOWSKI. Any copying,
and use thereof in part or in whole without a written consent of the owner
is strictly forbidden.
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0.1
SW
0,0
4x0,5mm2
2x0,5mm2
L1
140
1200÷1
400
300÷500
140
2x1,5mm2
3x0,5mm 2
Abbreviations: Sw - driveway opening, L1 - distance between anchors
0.1a
120
0.1b
80
M16 (M20)
60
250
0.1c
60 (100 Sw>5000)
140
12
3,2
6,5
M8
4
10, 13, 30
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IV.1
IV.1a
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20 [mm]
10
L
L
Driveway opening = ordering dimensions
60÷80 [mm]
finished driveway level
L
L
H
20 [mm]
min.1200 [mm]
but below the
freezing zone
min.1200 [mm]
but below the
freezing zone
L
L
H
20 [mm]
60÷80 [mm]
60÷80 [mm]
finished driveway level
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60÷80 [mm]
finished driveway level
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WIŚNIOWSKI Ltd.
33-311 Wielogłowy 153, Poland
Tel. +48 18 44 77 270 P Fax +48 18 44 77 277
www.wisniowski.pl
AaOI/ASDG/08/2004
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