1123.D.01.0002_8 Centor Installation manual
CENTOR
TRAFFIC
BARRIER
Product Code: CP72CENTOR
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
Latest Revision: 15.03.2007
Document Ref.: 1123.D.01.0002_8
Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Basic Kit
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Recommended Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Types of Booms - Simplex / Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Determination of Operational Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Cable Requirements - Simplex / Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Counter Balance Spring Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Bolting Down Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Converting Orientations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Correct Boom Coupler Crank Arm Alignment in Boom Lowered Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Boom Pole Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Counter Balance Spring Selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Simplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Mains Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Trigger Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Safety Beam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Courtesy Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Mains Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Memory Input (MI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Closing Beam or Loop Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Unidirectional Traffic with Free Exit Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Bi-Directional Traffic with Free Exit Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Non - Memory Input (NMI). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Ticket Vend Interlock (T.V.I). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Diagnostic LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Manual Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Boom Head Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Enclosure Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Glossary
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Page 1
Introduction
A CENTURION ACCESS AUTOMATION system is a quality product
designed to give many years of trouble free service.
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
Basic Kit
The boom kit comprises of one or more components shown in the identification list
below.
ENCLOSURE & GEARBOX COMPONENTS
6m BOOM ARM
4.5m BOOM ARM
3m BOOM ARM
ENCLOSURE AVAILABLE IN MILD OR STAINLESS STEEL
Mounting Hardware (Part of Gearbox and Enclosure)
HOLDING DOWN
BAR
NB. Mounting rawl bolts are not included (use 4 x M16x150)
Electronics
Jack-Knife Assembly (Optional)
UPPER
PIVOT
POINT
F1
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
JACK-KNIFE KNUCKLE
CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
F2
JACK-KNIFE
SUPPORT PILLAR
LOWER PIVOT POINT
Page 2
CP91 CONTROLLER
LOOP
DETECTOR
UNIT
(optional)
Recommended Tools
SCREW DRIVER
3,5mm FLAT
No 1. PHILLIPS
SPANNER
1 x 10mm/1 x 13mm
1 x 17mm/1 x 19mm
CRIMPING TOOL
AND PIN LUGS
ELECTRIC
DRILLING
MACHINE
PLIERS/SIDE
CUTTER
MASONRY BITS
16mm
HAMMER
ALLEN KEYS
3mm ACROSS FLATS
8mm ACROSS FLATS
10mm ACROSS FLATS
TAPE MEASURE
PICK
HACKSAW
SPADE
Page 3
Types of Boom
ARM LENGTH
There are three standard arm lengths available:
3.0m
4.5m
6.0m
OPERATIONAL MODES
Two standard operational modes are available:
• SIMPLEX (sometimes called Domestic)
- Use BMDV5.X firmware
• COMPLEX (sometimes called Commercial) - Use BMCV5.X firmware
The mode is determined by the microprocessor fitted to the CP91 control card as
well as selecting which loop detectors are required, (See next section).
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DETERMINATION OF OPERATIONAL MODE
The mode is determined by the microprocessor fitted. Locate the label on the microprocessor to find
out what operational mode will be effective.
F2
BMCV5.X
F1
CP91
CONTROL
CARD
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
Product Code
Version of
TYPE:
e.g. BOOM
firmware
D=Simplex (Domestic)
C=Complex (Commercial)
CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
NOTE: The type and version of
firmware used will determine
what operational modes are
available, and what wiring is
required.
BMDV5.x - Simplex
BMCV5.x - Complex
MAJOR FEATURES OF OPERATIONAL MODES
SIMPLEX MODE (B M D V 5.X)
Raising and lowering of the boom is done via a remote control or pushbutton.
Selectable, adjustable autoclose (±8 - 35 Seconds)
There is one safety input for use with I/R beams or inductive loop sensors. This input can be
used to provide vehicle presence detection and auto close inhibit.
Potential free contact for external security light etc.
COMPLEX MODE (B M C V 5.X)
Memory input (MI) for cardreader input etc.
Non-memory input (NMI) for ticket vendor or cash register input.
Ticket vend interlock (TVI) via potential free contact to inhibit ticket issue if barrier is opening or
open.
Barrier close /safety input, either loop detector (recommended) or infrared beam.
See Glossary, Section 14.0 for definition of non standard terms.
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Orientation
The following orientations are possible:The factory default is Orientation 1 for single barriers. See section 7.3 for details of converting to other
orientations.
If barriers are to be paired, (e.g. in a wide entrance of say 6 metres, which requires 2 x 3 metre booms,
then the pairs must be selected with one unit as orientation 1 and the other as orientation 2).
ORIENTATION 1 and 2
WALL
WALL
WALL
FRONT
VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
PLAN VIEW
WALL
WALL
VEHICLE DIRECTION
ORIENTATION 1
ORIENTATION 2
DEFAULT
Refer to Page 10
PLAN VIEW
WALL
WALL
VEHICLE DIRECTION
ORIENTATION 2
ORIENTATION 1
Refer to Page 10
DEFAULT
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Cabling Requirements
SIMPLEX (Domestic) (Typical Application)
IMPORTANT :
Before doing any cabling, check which
operational mode is required for the barrier.
(See Section 4.1)
GUARD
HUT
INFRARED BEAM
(OR LOOP)
D
IR
E
T CT
R I
A O
V N
E
L O
F
220V AC
INPUT
CABLING TO
PUSHBUTTON
1.Guard controls operation of barrier using pushbutton inside guard hut.
2. Infra red safety beam can be replaced with inductive loop detector, fitted to the "safety
loop" relay base.
3. Fit BMDV5.X microprocessor to CP91 control card.
COMPLEX (Commercial) (Basic Application)
No Ticket Spitter
POWER
220V
20mm
CONDUIT
LOOP
WIRE
FEED
CARD READER
/ KEYPAD
2M
1M
CLOSING
LOOP
1M
100
RESTRICTING
KERB
1. Loop detector is fitted to "safety loop" relay base.
2. Card reader is connected to MI input.
3. Fit BMCV5.X microprocessor to CP91 control card.
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3,5M
COMPLEX (Commercial)
Access to parking area with ticket spitter
TICKET
SPITTER
POWER
220V
LOOP
WIRE
FEED
CARD READER
/ KEYPAD
20mm
CONDUIT
2M
4M
min
1M
1M
1M
CLOSING
LOOP
100
1M
3,5M
RESTRICTING KERB
PRESENCE
LOOP
1. "CLOSING" loop detector is fitted to "Safety loop" relay base;
2. "Presence" loop is part of ticket spitter;
3. Fit BMCV5.X microprocessor to CP91 control card.
COMPLEX (Application with Free Exit Loop - Bi-Directional Traffic)
NOTE: For unidirectional traffic
see 8.2.3.1 .
EXIT
DIRECTION
1m
2m
SAFETY
/CLOSING
LOOP
RESTRICTING
KERB
1m
1m
1m
FREE
EXIT
LOOP
1. This distance must be less than a car length, if bi-directional traffic is required.
2. Use BMCV5.X Microprocessor.
3. Fit both safety and free exit loop detectors.
Page 8
Counterbalance Spring Selection
Pole
Length
Number of
Springs
Required
Spring Part
Number
76.2 x 1.27 Aluminium Tube = 0.81kg/m
3m
1
SPRINGTM90
76.2 x 1.27 Aluminium Tube = 0.81kg/m
4.5m
2
SPRINGTM90
76.2 x 1.27 Aluminium Tube = 0.81kg/m
6m
3
SPRINGTM90
76.2 x 1.8 Aluminium Tube = 1kg/m
3m
1
SPRINGTM90
76.2 x 1.8 Aluminium Tube = 1kg/m
4.5m
2
SPRINGTM90
76.2 x 1.8 Aluminium Tube = 1kg/m
6m
4
SPRINGTM90
80 x 1.5 Aluminium Tube = 1kg/m
3m
1
SPRINGTM90
80 x 1.5 Aluminium Tube = 1kg/m
4.5m
2
SPRINGTM90
80 x 1.5 Aluminium Tube = 1kg/m
6m
4
SPRINGTM90
Boom Pole Profile
NB: For counterbalance spring installation see page 18.
Page 9
Installation
POSITIONING
>
Determine correct position for barrier
>
Check orientation of door - see Section 5.0
>
Prepare hole for concrete foundation 500 x
500 x 300mm.
500m
50
m
0m
m
300mm
CABLE ENTRY
AREA (See section 7.2)
BOLTING DOWN ARRANGEMENT
Alternative 1
175
Either
M16 x 150
Rawl Bolts
Cable Entry Area
280
Either
Anchor Bolt
Access
door
Concrete
Slab
280
Cable
Conduit
>
Throw concrete slab approximately 500 x
500 x 300 mm deep;
>
Install cable conduits, make sure conduits
exit in cable entry area.
>
Leave approximately 50 mm of conduit
protruding above concrete base;
>
Concrete in anchor bolts or fit rawl bolts later.
NOTE: Enclosure base is clamped between
concrete and holding down bar
Page 10
Holding
down
bar
Cable
entry
area
M16 x 150
Rawl Bolts
Holding
Down
Bar
LEAVE AT LEAST 70mm
Alternative 2
>
Before pouring the concrete ensure that
the mounting plate is positioned correctly.
>
Tighten top and bottom nut to aid in
positioning the plate when the
concrete is poured.
>
Place the plate above surface of concrete.
>
Leave the concrete to dry.
CABLE
ENTRY
AREA
CONCRETE
SLAB
>
Unscrew the nuts and washers, and
remove them.
>
Arrange enclosure in position and clamp it
between the mounting plate and the
holding down bar supplied using the nuts
and washers that were removed.
CABLE
CONDUIT
HOLDING
DOWN
BAR
BASE
PLATE
Page 11
CONVERTING ORIENTATIONS
(To convert a factory default orientation 1 to orientation 2)
The following modifications are done only if it is necessary to change the orientation of the arm e.g. the
unit has been incorrectly ordered, or site conditions have changed.
NB. 1. Make sure that all power to the unit is switched off.
2. Make sure that the counterbalance springs are retracted.
BOOM COUPLER
CRANK ARM
PILLOW
BLOCK
BEARING
SPRING
CRANK ARM
BASEPLATE
Step 1: Remove M12 Cap Screw
Step 2: Loosen the boom coupler from the shaft by inserting and tightening the M16 Bolt
Page 12
Step 3: Remove the boom coupler
Step 4: Push the boom coupler onto end of shaft
Step 5: Fasten with M12 cap screw.
NB. Torque cap screw to ±180Nm
Page 13
CORRECT BOOM COUPLER CRANK ARM ALIGNMENT IN
"BOOM LOWERED” POSITION
NB. The alignment of the boom coupler crank arm is a factory setting but may need
adjustment over time to ensure that:
1. The boom arm is horizontal.
2. In a power failure situation the arm will raise automatically, or the boom is
self-lock.
CONNECTING
A ROD
BOOM
COUPLER
AD
JU
ST
LE
NG
TH
P = 82mm
B
BASE PLATE
BOOM ARM
HORIZON
RUBBER STOP
(ADJUSTABLE FOR ARM IN LOWERED POSITION)
FRONT
VIEW
• adjust the length of the connecting rod A to ensure that the boom Arm is horizontal.
• adjust the height of the rubber stoppers B to ensure that the boom Arm will raise in
the event of a power failure and be self locking.
• with power on the motor and the stoppers slightly compressed the Drive arm and
connecting arm must be in a straight line.
Page 14
BOOM POLE ASSEMBLY
Fitting the Boom Pole
1
Using the external clamping piece as a template, mark and drill the 10.5mm holes in
the boom pole.
2
Fasten the external
clamping piece onto the
end of the shaft using the
M12 x 55 cap screw
3
Tighten the cap screw
using a 12mm allen
key. To prevent the
boom and clamping
piece from slipping on
the shaft, ensure that
the cap screw is
fastened very tightly
(approx. 180Nm)
Page 15
4
5
Fit the boom pole into the external
clamping piece. Fit the M10 bolts
through the internal clamping piece
and slide the assembly through the
end of the boom pole. Locate the
bolts in the holes in the boom pole.
Fasten the M10 nuts onto
the bolts and tighten.
Removing the Boom Pole
1
2
Remove the M12 cap screw.
Remove the M10 nuts.
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3
4
As the bolt is tightened against
the end of the shaft, this action
will pull the external clamping
piece away from the shaft.
Insert and tighten the M16 bolt.
Page 17
COUNTERBALANCE SPRING INSTALLATION
(See Table on page 9)
D
A
C
Main
Baseplate
B
Spring tension
Adjusting nuts
1st
3rd
3rd
4th
2nd
Springs
(qty. To suit
Arm length)
The Centor Barrier requires a specific number of springs to
counterbalance the weight and length of the pole fitted
(See Table on page 9.)
1. Determine the number of springs required (See Table on page 9.)
2. Ensure the pole adaptor (A) is in the vertical position.
3. Slip the threaded rod end of the spring (B) into the spring arm shaft
(C) through the holes provided. Observe the order shown in the
diagram.
4. Hook the bent tail of the spring into the hole provided in the base of
the cabinet. See inset on the right hand side.
5. Wind the lock nut & washer provided (D) onto the threaded rod (B)
6. Carefully tension the springs by winding the nut down the threaded
portion until they come into contact with the spring arm shaft. Take
care to wind the nut down equally for all the springs present.
7. The spring tension should be set to balance the pole at 45º to the ground with no power
present.
8. When satisfied that the barrier is balanced, put on power & cycle it. Watch for springs
unhooking or the motor straining against the spring tension.
NB: When installing the springs the boom pole must be in the vertical position.
ANY work on the springs must be done in this state. Should there be a need to
cycle the operator KEEP YOUR HANDS CLEAR of the barrier entirely.
Page 18
Electrical Connections
(See Section 13 for wiring diagram)
The instructions are broken down into two sections:
SIMPLEX type boom logic (Section 9.1)
COMPLEX type boom logic (Section 9.2)
Connections are made to the 19 way terminal strip mounted on the chassis plate fitted
inside the base.
ABBREVIATED WIRING
DIAGRAM ON INSIDE OF DOOR.
CONTROLLER ENCLOSURE
CP91 CONTROLLER
RELAY BASES FOR
LOOP DETECTORS
MAINS
ISOLATOR
MAINS FAIL
(NOT USED)
CHASSIS
PLATE
TERMINAL BLOCK
N.B. Before doing any connections check which microprocessor is fitted to
the CP91 control card (see Section 4.1).
4
2
1
3
• To work on controller loosen studs marked 1 and 2 fully.
• Loosen studs marked 3 and 4 but do not remove.
• Rotate cover down on studs 3 and 4 as shown above.
• Rotate studs 1 and 2 as shown above so that they are not lost.
Page 19
SIMPLEX TYPE BARRIER LOGIC
5
6
7
8
9 10
TVI
4
FRX
3
COM
2
MI
1
COM
IRB
E
COM
N
COM
L
+12V
TYPICAL INPUTS FOR SEMI AUTOMATIC APPLICATION BMDV5.X CHIP
11 12
13 14
15 16
220V AC
SUPPLY
12V AUX
SUPPLY
SAFETY
BEAM
NOT
USED
TRIGGER
INPUT
NOT
USED
BARRIER COURTESY
RAISE
LIGHT
Notes:
1) trigger input functions as " start - stop - reverse"
2) safety beam prevents barrier from closing onto a vehicle
3) 12v aux supply can be used to power safety beams and radio receiver.
AC MAINS SUPPLY
Connect 220V AC, 50 HZ supply to terminals L, N, E
Only Switch "ON" isolator after all connections have been made
Page 20
NOT
USED
TRIGGER INPUT
MI
OPTION 1
OPTION 2
RADIO
RECEIVER
12-24V
COMMON
N /O
N/O PUSHBUTTON
COM
NOTE: TYPICAL RECEIVER SHOWN.
REFER TO MANUFACTURER
FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
1 2 3
+12V
TERMINAL BLOCK NUMBERS
ON CHASSIS PLATE
COM
2
MI
+12V
+12V
COM
COM
MI
MI
7
8
PSU
OPTION 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
#
8
0
9
KEYPAD
*
SAFETY BEAM
BEAM
N/O
LINK
N/C
NEG (0V)
POWER
SUPPLY
RECEIVER
+ 12V
+12V POWER
COM SUPPLY
TRANSMITTER
TERMINAL BLOCK
NUMBERS ON
CHASSIS PLATE
2
COM
+12V
IRB
NOTE - TYPICAL SAFETY BEAM IS SHOWN;
REFER TO MANUFACTURER FOR DETAILS
Page 21
3
4
COURTESY LIGHT
TERMINAL BLOCK
ON CHASSIS PLATE
EXISTING
WIRING
12
13
14
L
N
E
NEUTRAL
LIVE
ON
NOTE: Light stays
on for 2 minutes
after boom has closed.
OFF
MAINS
ISOLATOR
INSIDE OF
ON CHASSIS
BOOM
PLATE
ENCLOSURE
AC SUPPLY
220V AC, 50 HZ
COMPLEX TYPE BARRIER LOGIC
5
6
9 10
11 12
TVI
8
IRB
7
COM
4
NMI
3
COM
2
MI
1
COM
ILP
E
COM
N
COM
L
+12V
TYPICAL INPUTS FOR COMMERCIAL APPLICATION BMCV5.X CHIP
13 14
15 16
220V AC
SUPPLY
12V AUX CLOSING CLOSING MEMORY NON-MEMORY BARRIER TICKET VEND FREE EXIT
SUPPLY
BEAM
LOOP
INPUT
RAISE
INTERLOCK
LOOP
INPUT
Notes:
1) Closing beam can be used if loop detector is not fitted
2) Memory input "counts" triggers
3) Non memory input activates when contact is closed and then released.
4) Barrier raise will keep the barrier raised while the contact is closed.
5) Ticket vend interlock is "closed" when the barrier is closing or closed.
AC MAINS SUPPLY
See Section 8.1.1
TERMINAL BLOCK
ON CHASSIS PLATE
MEMORY INPUT
2
N/O
E.g.
MAGNETIC
CARD
READER
7
8
MI
COM
N/C
MAG-CARD
+12V
NOTE: The CP88 logic card counts and stores each trigger impulse on
memory input terminals (M.I.). Barrier will stay raised until same
number of closing signals are applied to closing input
(See Section 8.2.3.)
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CLOSING BEAM OR LOOP INPUT
To lower the arm requires a closing signal. This is supplied by either a closing beam or
Inductive loop detector.
It is recommended that 2 sets of ir beams are
IR BEAM
installed, spaced as shown, wired in series.
This prevents a person walking through the entrance, while
the Barrier is raised, to inadvertently cause the barrier to lower.
Tx
Rx
Tx
Inductive loop detector fitted
To chassis plate inside boom
Enclosure plugged into "safety
Loop" relay base.
500mm
Rx
COM
N/O
TRANSMITTER
+-
RECEIVER
+ -
COM N/O N/C
N/C
RECEIVER
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
+12V NEG COM N/O N/C
EXISTING WIRING
INSIDE BOOM
TRANSMITTER
+ -
1 2
IRB
3
4
5
TERMINAL
6 BLOCK ON
CHASSIS
PLATE
COM
+12V
INDUCTIVE
LOOP
LOOP UNDER
ROADWAY
TWISTED
WIRE
N.B. THE CLOSING BEAM, OR LOOP, ALSO ACTS AS A SAFETY. THEREFORE
MOUNT BEAM OR LOOP DIRECTLY UNDER BARRIER ARM.
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UNIDIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC WITH FREE EXIT LOOP
ONLY "SAFETY" LOOP
DETECTOR IS FITTED
TO RELAY BASE
DETAIL B
Note: 220V loop detectors are normally used
In centor barriers, 220V AC type LD100
DETAIL A
16 WAY TERMINAL
STRIP ON CHASSIS
5
NOTE 2
8
7 6 5
4
FREE
EXIT 3
9
6
10 11 1 2
FREE EXIT
LOOP
0.5
m
SAFETY LOOP
0.5
m
NOTE 1
0.5
m
0.5
m
0.5
m
1m
1m
0.5
m
Note: 1. Ensure free exit and safety
Loops are wired in series.
2. Fit link to free exit relay
Base as shown above.
EXIT
DIRECTION
See also Section 6.3
BI-DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC WITH FREE EXIT LOOP
Note: 220V loop detectors are normally used
In centor barriers, type LD100.
BOTH "SAFETY" AND "FREE EXIT"
LOOP DETECTORS FITTED
TO RELAY BASES
DETAIL
B
DETAIL
A
EXIT
DIRECTION
16 WAY TERMINAL STRIP ON CHASSIS
6
FREE EXIT
LOOP
1.5m
SAFETY LOOP
0.5
m
0.5
m
0.5
m
5
0.5
m
1m
1m
0.5
m
See also Section 6.3
BIDIRECTIONAL
TRAFFIC
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15 16
LOOP DETAILS
STANDARD FEATURES OF THE DETECTOR ARE:
! Reset Switch
The reset switch enables the detector to be manually reset during commissioning and
testing.
This results in the detector re-tuning the sensing loop and becoming ready for vehicle
detection.
! Selectable Pulse Time
This feature sets the length of time that the pulse relay will be energised for. 1 Second or
0.2 Second.
! Pulse Relay Selection
The Pulse relay may be configured to energise on detection of vehicle leaves the loop or
when the vehicle leaves the loop.
! Switch selectable Sensitivity
Four sensitivity settings are available on the switches to allow flexibility in configuration.
1
High
0.01%
5
0.2%
2
0.02%
6
0.5%
3
0.05%
7
1%
4
0.1%
8
Low
2%
! Switch selectable Frequency
Two frequency settings are available to prevent cross-talk between adjacent loops.
! Permanent Presence Option
This feature ensures detection of the vehicle will be maintained when the vehicle is
parked over the loop for extended periods.
! Sensitivity Boost
This feature sets the undetect level to maximum sensitivity and is used to prevent loss of
detection of high-bed vehicles.
! Filter Option
This option is used to provide a delay between detection of the vehicle and switching of
the output relay. This delay is normally used to prevent false detection of small or fast
moving objects.
! Loop Fault Indicator
This LED Indicator is illuminated when the loop is either open circuit or short circuit and is
used to give a visual indication of a faulty loop.
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DETAIL B
DETAIL A
(Recommended settings)
Note: If two detectors are used,
set different frequencies (S6)
FILL WITH EPOXY
COMPOUND OR
BITUMEN MASTIC
ROAD
SURFACE
30-50mm
DEEP
4mm
LOOP
No. OF
CIRCUMFERENCE
TURNS
IN METRES
Loop
detector
TWIST FEEDER
AT LEAST 20
TURNS PER METRE
45
Width of cut
4mm
1m
PLASTIC
CONDUIT
DEPTH INTO ROAD
MIN. 30-50mm
3 TURNS MULTI
STRANDED
Min.
100mm
Brick
Paving
Max
imu
feed m recom
er le
ngth mended
100m
3 TURNS OF
CABLE MULTI
STRANDED
(SILICON
COATED)
(TYPICAL)
300
mm
> 10
2
6 - 10
3
<6
4
ROAD
300
mm
2m
• Wire: 1.5mm squared multi stranded cable (use silicon coated if placed directly into the ground)
• Spacing between two adjacent loops > 2 metres. Alternate adjacent loops using different numbers of
turns.
• Loop and feeder should comprise one length of unjoined wire. If joints are made, then solder joint.
’Use screened feeder cable in electrically noisy environments or where feeder runs parallel to Power
cables.
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NON MEMORY INPUT (NMI)
An example of "NMI" is the signal given by a ticket vending machine.
NOTE: NMI responds only when contact goes from CLOSED to OPEN.
CP91
CARD
11
12
9 10 11 12 13 14
COM
N.C.
NMI
N.O.
T.V.I.
T.V.I.
TICKET VEND INTERLOCK (TVI)
The " T.V.I " Signal from the CP91 CARD will prevent the ticket spitter
from issuing another ticket until the arm is closing or closed.
CP91
CARD
11
12
9 10 11 12 13 14
N.C.
COM
NMI
N.O.
T.V.I.
T.V.I.
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Commissioning
Before any commissioning is done it is important to make sure that the counterbalance
springs are providing sufficient force to balance the weight of the arm.
ADJUSTING SPRING TENSION
Depending on the length of the boom pole used different numbers of counterbalance
springs are used. See Table on page 9.
MAIN
BASEPLATE
SPRING TENSION
ADJUSTING NUTS
SPRINGS
(QTY. TO SUIT
ARM LENGTH)
Step 1 : Make sure the Boom pole is lowered
Step 2 : Switch off power to the system (isolator)
Step 3 : Check that the boom pole rises slowly
Step 4 a: Increase tension if boom pole does not rise or
b: Release tension if boom pole rises too quickly
NB. Spring tension is correct when the arm rises slowly when power is removed from
the motor.
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N.B. See Section 10 for a summary of the Diagnostic LEDS available on the controller.
Switch on AC power and ensure the green “MAINS” on LED on the CP91 control
card illuminates:
MAINS ON
(GREEN LED)
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
CP91 CARD
TRANSFORMER
CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
STATUS LED
}
}
LOGIC
TERMINALS
POWER
TERMINALS
Trigger boom and check that TRG (i.e. MI signal) or PED (i.e. NMI signal) LED
illuminates with trigger input.
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
CP91 CARD
CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
NMI SIGNAL
MI SIGNAL
AUTO-CLOSE (SIMPLEX MODE ONLY)
Ensure that the auto-close link is fitted onto the pins provided.
NO AUTO-CLOSE
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
CP91 CARD
AUTOCLOSE LINK
CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
AUTO-CLOSE
ACTIVE
NOTE: In the COMPLEX Mode the auto-close link has no effect on the operation of the unit.
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JACK-KNIFE ASSEMBLY (if fitted)
JACK-KNIFE
KNUCKLE
UPPER PIVOT
POINT
UPPER
ARM
OUTER
ROD
40
INNER
ROD
LOWER
ARM
JACK-KNIFE
SUPPORT
PILLAR
(70)
1). If “A” is known, then:
VC = A + 915 + 40
CH = A + 915 + 250
45
115
VC= vehicle clearance
CH = ceiling height
A = lower arm length
A
LOWER PIVOT
POINT
915
2). If ceiling height (CH) is known then:
137
A = CH - (915 + 250)
3). If vehicle clearance height is known, then:
A = VH - (915 + 40)
1. Fit jack-knife support pillar to enclosure using pilot holes in enclosure as a template
(drill size - 6.5mm).
2. Cut arm such that upper & lower arm lengths are correct (see calculations above).
3. Fit jack-knife knuckle to arms as shown.
4. Attach outer rod to jack-knife knuckle extension arm as shown using bolt and nuts
provided. Ensure rod is free to rotate.
5. Connect inner rod to jack-knife support pillar using the middle hole. Make sure that
rod can pivot smoothly.
6. With arm in lowered position and perfectly horizontal, adjust the length of the rod
assembly by sliding the inner rod in or out of the outer rod. Once the rod assembly
has been correctly adjusted, tighten the outer rod grub screw.
GRUB SCREW
ADJUST TO EXTEND OR
RETRACT INNER ROD
INNER ROD
OUTER ROD
SECTION THROUGH INNER & OUTER RODS
7. Move arm to fully raised position and if necessary move the lower pivot point on the jackknife support pillar either up or down (using one of the 5 holes provided) to ensure that
the upper arm is horizontal.
8. Check & repeat adjustments to get upper arm horizontal in both raised and lowered
positions.
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Diagnostic LED's
CP91 CARD
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
F1
F2
MAINS ON
(GREEN LED)
CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
NMI SIGNAL
MI SIGNAL
}
}
LOGIC
TERMINALS
POWER
TERMINALS
TRG - ON when MI input is present.
PED - ON when NMI input is present.
IRB - ON when safety beam/loop broken.
MAINS ON - ON when mains power present.
OLS - not used.
CLS - not used.
MANUAL RELEASE
In the event of a total malfunction of the boom SWITCH OFF MAINS POWER and arm will
raise.
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Maintenance
The Centurion boom requires a minimum amount of maintenance.
The following checks should be done periodically:
- Ensure all terminals are tight and that no nuts or bolts are loose.
- Check the rubber end stops, and adjust if necessary. (See section 7.4 or 7.5)
The exploded view of the boom assembly lists all item codes if spares are required.
( See 12.2 & 12.3 )
FUSES
CP91 CARD
BMCV5.x
BMDV5.x
F1
}
F2
F1 - AUXILIARY, 1A Fast Blow, 5 x 20.
F2 - MOTOR, 5A Fast Blow 5 x 20.
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CLS
OLS
IRB
PED
TRG
}
Boom Head Assembly
33
10
41
12
14
4
40
42
46
28
27
25 & 32
6
16,17
21,22
42
15,20
29, 30
34, 35
36, 37
18,23
33, 38
16,17
21,22
6
13
40
11
3
19,24
45
26
1,2
31
39
50
44
5
44
43
7,8,9
47, 48
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
STOCK CODE
GEARBOX ASSEMBLY
MAIN COMPONENTS
MOTOR, Torque, 10-rpm - 3/4m Units
MOTOR, Torque, 7.5-rpm - 6m Units
BASEPLATE, Centor Motor
CRANK ARM, Spring (including PB Bush)
CROSS SHAFT, 4 Spring Connector, Centor
SPACER, Connecting Arm, Centor
BOOM COUPLER - Version 1
BOOM COUPLER, Dia 71.5mm c/w Shaft (UK)
BOOM COUPLER, Dia 73mm c/w Shaft
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MTROM01000
MTROB00750
1123009000
1123009008
1123009005
1123009007
112300903E
1123009003
DESCRIPTION
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
STOCK CODE
BOOM COUPLER, Dia 75.5mm c/w Shaft (France)
BOOM COUPLER - Version 2 (After 2/4/2001)
SHAFT, Output, Centor, Version 2
CONNECTOR, Output Shaft, Version 2
CLAMPING PLATE, Inside, BC, Version 2
CLAMPING PLATE, Outside
BEARINGS
BEARING, Pillow Block
CONNECTING ROD - Version 1 (Pre March 2001, all
6m units remain as per Version 1)
CONNECTING ROD, (M16LH/RH)
ROD END, LH Thread, 16mm
ROD END, RH Thread, 16mm
CRANK ARM, Boom Coupler, 16mm
CRANK ARM, Motor, 16mm
CONNECTING ROD - Version 2 (3/4.5m units only,
6m units as per Version 1)(After March 2001)
CONNECTING ROD, (M12LH/RH)
ROD END, LH Thread, 12mm
ROD END, RH Thread, 12mm
CRANK ARM, Boom Coupler, 12mm
CRANK ARM, Motor, 12mm
MISCELLANEOUS FASTENERS
SCREW, Cap, Galv, M8x35mm
SCREW, Cap, Galv, M10x35mm
SCREW, Grub, Galv, Dog Point, M12x12mm
SCREW, Grub, Galv, M12x25mm
SCREW, Set, HT, Galv, M12x50mm (3/4.5m Units)
SCREW, Set, HT, Galv, M16x50mm (6m Units)
NUT, Full, Galv, M8
NUT, Nylok, Galv, M8
NUT, Nylok, Galv, M12
NUT, Full, Galv, M12
NUT, Full, Galv, M12, LH Thread
NUT, Full, Galv, M16
NUT, Full, Galv, M16, LH Thread
NUT, Nylok, Galv. M16
WASHER, Flat, LD, Galv, M8
WASHER, Flat, LD, Galv, M10
WASHER, Flat, HD, Galv, M12x30x3
NUT, Half, M10
WASHER, Spring cross Shaft
CIRCLIP, Cross Shaft, Galv, Dia 20
BUFFER, Rubber
SCREW, Cap, Csk Hd, SS, M4x12
COUNTERBALANCE SPRINGS
SPRING. Standard
SPRING, Heavy Duty
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112300903F
1123009010
1123020200
1148010000
1148020000
BBUCP20600
1123009004
BBPOS16LH0
BBPOS16LH1
1123009002
1123009006
112300904B
BBPOS12LH0
BBPOS12LH1
112300902B
112300906B
B184108035
B124110035
B126112d12
B126112025
B121312050
B121316050
N120108000
N320208000
N320112000
N120112000
N1201120LH
N120116000
N1201160LH
N320116000
W120208000
W120101000
W220112004
N220110000
1123009009
F-CIRCL920
RUBENST02
SPRINGM90
SPRINGR02
Enclosure Assembly
5, 6
8
7
1, 2
9
3, 4
10
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
STOCK CODE
BODY, Centor, Mild Steel
BODY, Centor, Stainless Steel
DOOR, Centor, Mild Steel
DOOR, Centor, 430 Stainless Steel
COVER, Centor, Mild Steel
COVER, Centor, 430 Stainless Steel
BOLT, Hex, Centor Cover Tie Down
NUT, Cage, M8
CHASSIS PLATE ASSEMBLY, Centor
CAMLOCK, Centor
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1123001000
1123005000
1123002000
1123006000
1123003000
1123007000
1123004000
N-M8CAGE01
CENTOR-CP1
M-B44BCPAT
Page 36
T.V.I.
BARRIER
RAISE
N.M.I.
M.I.
N/C
12V DC
SUPPLY
0V
7
8
16
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
WHITE
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
8
L
2
4
4
L
N
BLUE
2
220V AC SUPPLY
BROWN
1
FREE EXIT LOOP
DETECTOR
3
3
PULSE
N/C
10
5
PRESENCE
6
6
PRESENCE
SUPPLY
BLUE
N 220V AC
LD 100
1
BROWN
CLOSING or
SAFETY
LOOP
DETECTOR
7
6
GREEN
RED
BLACK
5
4
PRESENCE
3
2
1
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
GREEN
WHITE
GREY
COM
13
12V
B
A
10
11
12
OLS COM CLS
BMC/DV5.0
9 FRX (BARRIER RAISE)
1 TRG (MI)
3 PED (NMI)
4 IRB (ILP)
N
BLUE
E
M
BLUE
BROWN
220V MAINS
INPUT
L
BROWN
CP91
CONTROLLER
14
RED
CLOSING
BEAM
SAFETY
LOOP
FREE EXIT
LOOP
BLACK
TERMINAL STRIP ON
CHASSIS PLATE
1
BROWN
E
220V AC
INPUT
SUPPLY
Earth point
MOTOR
MOTOR
CAPCITOR
MOTOR
GREEN MOTOR
BLUE
2 BLACK
3
L
N
CHASSIS
PLATE
ISOLATOR
Wiring Diagram
Specifications
MOTOR
Torque Motor
Type (MC63-170) 3m; 4.5m
Motor Voltage
220V AC
POWER SUPPLY
230V AC, single phase 50Hz
GENERAL
Standard boom lengths 3,4,5,6m
Boom Cycle time
Duty
3 and 4.5m
3 seconds
6m
4 seconds
Continuous
ENCLOSURE
Material
1.6mm mild steel or Grade 430 stainless steel
Surface Finish
White epoxy power coat, red cover
Access Door
Lockable, hinged. Surface coating as per main enclosure
CONTROLLER
Type
Centurion CP91
Trigger Inputs
Memory Input for pushbutton, keyswitch, radio control, card
reader, keypad and any device with potential free N/O output.
Non-memory input for ticket vendor or cash register.
Inductive Loop Input or
IR Beam Input
Auto-Close
Simplex:
Provides safety input
Complex:
Boom lowers automatically when loop is cleared.
Simplex:
Adjustable between 8 - 35 seconds
Complex:
Fixed 90 seconds, not selectable
Interlocks
Tickets vend interlock via potential free contact to inhibit ticket
issue when boom is raising or up.
Terminals
Screw in terminals for auxiliaries and power connection.
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Glossary of Terms
Anti Passback
Protection on card readers to prevent the same card from being passed back from one
vehicle to the one following. The card reader has a memory which will only allow the card to
be used for re-entry once the card has first been used to exit the same site.
Auto-Close
If selected the electronic controller will cause the boom arm to reclose after a present time.
Closing Loop
An inductive loop which sends a signal to the electronic controller signalling that the vehicle
is clear of the area and that the arm can close.
Firmware
The instruction set (or code) contained in the microprocessor which controls the actions
and responses of the electronic controller.
Free Exit Loop
An inductive loop provided for the purpose of automatically opening a barrier to allow a
vehicle to exit.
Inductive Loop Detector
An electronic device which is able to detect a change in inductance of a wire loop due to
the presence of a metallic object being placed in the vicinity of the loop.
IR Beam
An infra red beam of light across a driveway. An object breaking the beam causes a relay
contact to open (or close) indicating an obstruction.
Loop
A wire loop in the ground connected to an electronic, inductive loop detector to sense the
presence of a metallic object (eg. a vehicle)
Memory Input
Electronic controller input which memorises the number of pulses received (eg. from a crad
reader). The arm will only close after the same number of "exit" pulses have been received
(eg. from a closing loop)
Non Memory Input
Electronic controller input which will store only one single pulse in memory irrespective of
the number of the pulses received. The boom arm must be closing or closed before the
next pulse will take effect.
Presence Loop
An inductive loop used to provide an identification to, for example, a ticket spitter that a
vehicle is present and that a ticket can be issued. Also often used to "arm" a card reader,
such that the card reader will only accept a valid card when a vehicle is present. (To
prevent a pedestrian opening a barrier with a card without a vehicle present.)
Ticket Spitter
A machine capable of issuing a ticket when signalled to do so.
Ticket Vending Interlock
A relay contact connected to a ticket vending machine to prevent tickets being issued while
the boom arm is opening or open.
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Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd Head Office:
Tel: +27 (0)11-699-2400, Fax: +27 (0)11-704-3412 or (0)11-462-6669
(Omit (0) when dialing from outside South Africa)
148 Epsom Avenue, North Riding
P.O. Box 506, Cramerview, 2060
South Africa
Sharecall 0860-CENTURION
(Sharecall number applicable when dialed from within South Africa only)
or visit www.centsys.co.za
for details of your nearest agent
For technical support, contact:
South African Branches and Regional Distributors:
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Other Countries:
Please refer to our website: www.centsys.co.za
Product Code: CP72CENTOR
Latest Revision: 15.03.2007
Document Ref.: 1123.D.01.0002_8
© 2007 Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd.
Master address page: 0000.D.01.0004_5
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