1315.D.01.0001_2 RSO Installation Manual-15

1315.D.01.0001_2 RSO Installation Manual-15
RSO installation manual
TM
Roller-shutter Operator
ROLLERSHUTTER
OPERATORS
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Contents
Mechanical Setup
Page 1
Electrical Setup
Page 1
Page 2
Commissioning and Handover
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 3
1.
Declaration of conformity
Page 6
2.
Icons used in this booklet
Page 7
3.
General description
Page 8
4.
Specifications
Page 9
Physical dimensions
Page 9
Technical specifications
5.
Page 9
Determining shutter weight and profile
Page 10
Roller-shutters with perforated profiles
Page 10
Roller-shutters with flat blind steel profiles
Page 11
6.
Product identification
Page 13
7.
Description of terminal functions
Page 16
Opening the enclosure
Page 16
Motor controller for RSO5 only
Page 17
Interface board for RSO5 only
Page 18
RSO5DC controller
Page 21
8.
Required tools and equipment
Page 24
9.
Preparation of site
Page 24
General considerations for the installation
Page 24
10. Cabling requirements
RSO5DC cabling requirements
11. Installation procedure
Retrofit installations
12. Electrical setup
Page 25
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Page 27
Page 27
Page 30
Secure wall pendant
Page 30
Connect all wiring
Page 30
RSO5DC connection and wiring
Page 31
RSO5DC menu navigation map
Page 34
RSO5DC controller features
Page 37
RSO5DC diagnostic LEDs
Page 49
RSO5DC Roller-shutter status LED
Page 49
RSO5DC LCD display
Page 50
RSO5DC buzzer feedback
Page 51
RSO5DC factory defaults schedule
Page 52
Power connections
Page 54
13. Setting the travel limits
Page 55
The limit switch assembly
Page 55
RSO5, RSO5R and RSO5R3P
Page 56
RSO5DC
Page 56
RSO9
Page 58
14. Connecting an external radio receiver
Page 59
15. Connecting infrared beams
Page 60
16. RSO5DC wiring diagram for other inputs
Page 62
17. Manual operation
Page 63
18. Installation handover
Page 64
Mechanical setup
These abbreviated instructions are for the experienced
installer who needs a checklist to get a standard installation
up and running in the minimum of time.
Detailed installation features and functions are referred to
later in this manual.
These abbreviated instructions are for the experienced
installer who needs a checklist to get a standard installation
up and running in the minimum of time.
Detailed installation features and functions are referred to
later in this manual.
Heed necessary site considerations
Page 24
Check cabling requirements
Page 25
Gather required tools and equipment
Page 24
Retrofit installations
Page 27
Setting the travel limits
Page 55
Electrical setup
Electrical setup
Page 60
Connect all wiring
page 24
page 1
Commissioning
and handover
10
Setting the travel limits
Page 55
Connecting an external radio
receiver and infrared beams
Page 59
Manual operation
Page 63
Installation handover
Page 64
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IMPORTANT
Safety Instructions
ATTENTION
To ensure the safety of people, it is important that you
read all the following instructions. Incorrect
installation or incorrect use of the product could
cause serious harm to people.
The installer, being either professional or DIY, is the
last person on the site who can ensure that the
operator is safely installed, and that the whole system
can be operated safely.
Warnings for the installer
CAREFULLY READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
before beginning to install the product.
&
The installation of your new Roller-shutter Operator (herein
after referred to as ‘RSO’) must be carried out by a
technically qualified or licensed person. Attempting to
install your new RSO without suitable technical
qualification may result in severe personal injury, death
and/or property damage
&
Only install the RSO on a properly balanced and aligned,
well functioning shutter (or ‘curtain’, as it is more
commonly known). An improperly balanced or
malfunctioning curtain could cause serious injury. Have a
qualified person check and, if required, make repairs to
your curtain before installing the RSO. As a general rule,
your curtain is deemed to be well balanced and aligned
if it:
&
Requires an equivalent amount of applied force to
manually open and close,
&
Does not rise or fall more than 100mm when stopped at
any position between fully open and fully closed
positions, and
&
Does not rub or make contact with any supporting or
surrounding structures
&
Repairs to roller-shutters must only be carried out by
technically qualified persons. Attempting to repair the
system without suitable technical qualification may result in
severe personal injury, death and/or property damage.
&
Remove or render inoperative all existing locks and ropes
prior to installation of the RSO
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&
The
helical coil springs must be properly lubricated between
all of the coils with heavy automotive bearing grease.
Failure to adequately lubricate the springs may result in one
or more of the following symptoms;
&
The springs will become rusty over time resulting in extra
operating friction between the coils which may cause the
RSO to malfunction
&
Seasonal temperature changes may cause the rollershutter springs to expand and/or contract. The resultant
increase and/or decrease in operating friction may cause
the RSO to malfunction. Properly lubricating the springs
will help to minimise the effects of seasonal temperature
changes in operating friction of your roller-shutter
&
It is recommended that the manual operation chain is
housed within the chain bag included with this kit and
positioned in such a way that only authorised users have
access to it, so as not to compromise the security of the
installation.
&
Do not connect the RSO to the power source until this
manual instructs you to do so or if safe
&
The RSO must be connected to a properly earthed general
purpose 220V (380V for certain models) outlet which has
been installed by a qualified electrical contractor
&
Locate the wall control/pushbutton:
&
Within site of the curtain and,
&
At a minimum height of 1.5 meters above the ground so
that it remains out of reach of small children and,
&
Away from all moving parts of the door
&
Install warning decals in a prominent position next to the
wall control button
&
Never use the RSO unless the curtain is in full view and free
from objects such as cars, children and/or adults
&
Never allow children to operate the RSO
&
Never operate the RSO when children/persons are under or
near the path of the door. Children must be supervised at
all times when near the curtain and when the RSO is in use
&
Never attempt to disengage the RSO to manual operation
when there are persons and/or other objects including
motor vehicles under or near the path of the curtain
&
Never attempt to make any repairs or remove covers from the
RSO without first disconnecting the power supply cord from
the main power supply
&
For additional safety we strongly recommend the fitment of
safety beams on the RSO models that allow for them, i.e. the
RSO5 and RSO5DC. The addition of safety beams will greatly
enhance the operating safety of the RSO and provide
additional peace of mind.
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In some countries it is mandatory and required by law to fit
safety beams
&
It is the sole responsibility of the owner/installer to fit safety
beams in those countries that so require
&
Removal of the RSO’s protective covers must only be
performed by a technically qualified person. Attempting to
remove the protective covers or repair the RSO without
suitable technical qualification may result in severe personal
injury, death and/or property damage
&
Always ensure that the curtain is fully open before driving into
or out of the building
&
Always ensure that the curtain is fully closed before leaving the
driveway
&
Keep hands and loose clothing clear of the curtain and product
at all times
&
As the RSO is often installed at great heights, ensure that the
necessary scaffolding and safety harnesses are employed and
that they are stable and secure
&
NEVER PULL THE MANUAL RELEASE PIN IF A PERSON OR
OBJECT IS DIRECTLY UNDERNEATH THE CURTAIN
Everything not expressly specified in these instructions is
not permitted.
ROLLER-SHUTTER MAY MOVE AT ANY TIME!
MOVING SHUTTER DOOR CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH!
KEEP CLEAR! SHUTTER DOOR MAY MOVE AT ANY TIME!
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY IN AREA OR OPERATE
THE ROLLER-SHUTTER OPERATOR!
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Please note that this page has been left blank intentionally, and will be updated in the
near future
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2. Icons used in this manual
This icon indicates tips and other
information that could be useful
during the installation
This icon denotes variations and
other aspects that should be
considered during installation
This icon indicates warning, caution or attention! Please take special note of
critical aspects that MUST be adhered to in order to prevent injury
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3. General description
The CENTURION Industrial RSO range has been designed to safely automate extremely
heavy roller-shutter doors such as entrances to factories and loading bays.
There are five models available, each tailor-made to suit individual installation
requirements. Each model is equipped with a heavy-duty electric motor that, coupled
with a powerful gearbox, delivers maximum lifting force. In addition, a convenient
manual override facility comprising a 5m chain ensures that the door can be operated
even in the event of a power failure. A three-button wall pendant allows the operator to
not only open and close the door but also safely stop it should an emergency situation
arise. In addition, the RSO5 and RSO5DC models also allow for the integration of radio
receivers, meaning that the door can be operated remotely by means of a hand-held
transmitter.
End-of-travel limits are managed by two normally-open limit switches, one for each
direction of travel. Therefore there is no need for any unsightly additions to the rollershutter structure.
The following five models are available:
RSO5R
The RSO5R is ideal for sites requiring simple, cost-effective automation of doors
weighing up to 500 kilograms. A three-button wall pendant is used to operate the door,
with two normally-open pushbuttons for directional operation and one normally-closed
pushbutton used to stop the door.
RSO5R3P
This is a powerful three-phase, 380V operator capable of delivering greater starting
thrust than single-phase operators, and also boasts an increased duty cycle.
RSO5
The RSO5 utilises a powerful AC motor to lift doors weighing up to 500 kilograms and a
multi-faceted interface board allows for the connection of safety beams, radio receivers,
keypads, proximity access systems, etc.
RSO5DC
The RSO5DC incorporates an intelligent logic controller complete with user-friendly LCD
interface for easy setup. In addition, two 7Ah batteries provide reliable battery backup,
ensuring that the RSO5DC remains in operation even in the event of a lengthy power
outage. The controller also makes provision for the connection of ancillary items such as
infrared safety beams, proximity readers and keypads.
RSO9
The RSO9 is a heavy duty model utilising a 380V, three-phase power supply enabling it
to lift very heavy roller-shutter doors weighing up to 900 kilograms.
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4. Specifications
Physical dimensions
260mm
265mm
165mm
RSO5R
600mm
345mm
FIGURE 1. OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Technical specifications
Supply voltage
RSO9
410mm
RSO5DC
570mm
RSO5
540mm
RSO5R and RSO5R3P
RSO5R3P
220V - 240V AC 380V AC 3Ø
50Hz
50Hz
RSO5
RSO5DC
RSO9
220V - 240V AC 220V - 240V AC 380V AC 3Ø
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Power
360W
360W
360W
220W
550W
Motor speed
1780 rpm
1780 rpm
1780 rpm
1440 rpm
1780 rpm
Current
3.5A 1Ø
2A 3Ø
3.7A 1Ø
4.6A 1Ø
2.2A 3Ø
Temperature
protector
95°C
70°C
105°C
70°C
115°C
Output shaft
rotation
53 rpm
35 rpm
35 rpm
50 rpm
17 rpm
Gear ratio
34:1
55:1
51:1
55:1
105:1
Material of gear
box
Aluminium
Aluminium
Aluminium
Aluminium
Aluminium
10T
Sprocket
9T
9T
9T
9T
Chain
5/8 inches
5/8 inches
5/8 inches
5/8 inches
1 inch
Length
540mm
540mm
570mm
410mm
600mm
Net weight
12.7kg
12.8kg
12.8kg
9.64kg
22.1kg
Gross weight
13.5kg
13.5kg
13.5kg
10.4kg
23.0kg
570 x 265
x 210
570 x 265
x 210
570 x 265
x 210
600 x 345
x 285
540 x 260
Packing
dimensions (mm) x 200
Door speed
140mm per
second 10%
100mm per
second 10%
100mm per
second 10%
140mm per
second 10%
45mm per
second 10%
Door weight
500kg
500kg
500kg
500kg
900kg
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5. Determining shutter weight and profile
Roller-shutters with perforated profiles
Profile A
FIGURE 2. PROFILE A
Description
Size of interlocking
sections
Steel profile consisting of 105mm
galvanised steel sheets
Thickness
Weight per
square metre
0.5mm
4.5kg
Profile B
FIGURE 3. PROFILE B
Description
Steel profile consisting
of galvanised steel
sheets with high-density
micro-perforations of
4mm diameter
Size of interlocking
sections
105mm
Thickness
Weight per
square metre
0.5mm
5.5kg
0.7mm
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7.7kg
Profile C
FIGURE 4. PROFILE C
Description
Steel profile consisting of
galvanised steel sheet with
high-density micro-perforations
of 2.5mm diameter
Size of interlocking Thickness
sections
Weight per
square metre
105mm
7.7kg
0.7mm
Roller-shutters with flat blind steel profiles
Profile D
FIGURE 5. PROFILE D
Description
Size of interlocking Thickness
sections
Weight per
square metre
Steel profile consisting of
galvanised steel sheets
77mm
6.6kg
0.5mm
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Profile E
FIGURE 6. PROFILE E
Description
Steel profile
consisting of
galvanised steel
sheets
Size of interlocking
sections
105mm
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Thickness
Weight per
square metre
0.5mm
6kg
0.7mm
8.4kg
0.8mm
9.6kg
6. Product identification
1
2
3
6
4
5
7
8
9
FIGURE 7. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION RSO5, RSO5R and RSO5R3P
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Relay/PCB housing
Manual override pin
Power cable
Limit switch housing
Limit switch drive
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Manual operation chain
Drive sprocket
Mounting Slot
Tensioning bolt
1
4
5
2
3
6
7
8
FIGURE 8. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION RSO5DC
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Cable junction enclosure
Limit switch housing
Limit switch drive
Manual operation chain
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Controller box
Drive sprocket
Mounting slot
Tensioning bolt
1
2
6
3
4
7
5
8
.
9
FIGURE 9. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION FOR RSO9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Terminal housing
Manual override pin
Power cable
Limit switch housing
Mounting slots
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Hand chain
Drive sprocket
Limit switch drive
Tensioning bolt
7. Description of terminal functions
Opening the enclosure
Screwdriver
Screw
Relay/PCB
housing
To access the motor electronics,
open the relay/PCB housing by
loosening the four screws holding
it in place
FIGURE 10
Relay/PCB
housing
Screw
Screw driver
FIGURE 11
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Motor controller for RSO5 only
9
8
7
6
1
2
3
5
4
FIGURE 12. AC-L5-B MOTOR CONTROLLER BOARD
Symbol
Function
1. FUSE
Motor fuse 5A
2. TR1
AC Output
3. TR2
AC 12V input
4. TEMP-FS
Thermal cut-out terminal
5. ALARM
Not used
6. CAP
Capacitor terminal
7. MOTOR
Motor cable terminal
8. BRAKE
Internal disc break terminal
9. POWER
AC power terminal
FUSE
TR1
TR2
Motor fuse (5A F/B)
Provides 220V AC to PCB transformer
12V AC input from the transformer
CAP
Capacitor Terminal. The motor capacitor is connected to this threepin connector
Motor output. Connects to the motor wires.
This output provides power to the operator’s internal disc break
The motor’s temperature cut-out switch is connected to this
terminal and will activate in the event of over-temperature
The 220V -240V AC main power supply is connected to this terminal
Not used
MOTOR
BRAKE
TEMP-FS
POWER
ALARM
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Interface board for RSO5 only
10
18
17
11
16
12
15
13
14
FIGURE 13. AC-L5-A MOTOR CONTROLLER
Symbol
Function
10. LIMIT S/W
Limit Switch terminal
11. DIR
Motor Drive direction switch
12. AUTOCLOSE
Automatic closing time adjustment
13. REV
Infrared Beams Mode selection pins
14. AUTO
Dead man control
15. ONE-KEY/FOUR-KEY
Not used
16. LEARNING PB
Not used
17. TEST
Single button operation
18. G↑STOP↓
I/O terminal
TEST
GND
Onboard door operation button. This button acts as a trigger. From
the fully closed position, pressing the button once will cause the
door to start opening, pressing it a second time will stop the door
and a third button press will cause the door to start closing
Ground, common or 12V negative termination point
Operates in a similar fashion to the onboard test button. A pulse on
this input will, from the fully closed position, cause the door to start
opening. A second pulse will stop the door and a third pulse will
cause the door to reverse direction and start closing
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12V
DIR
REV ON/OFF
This is a normally-open, potential-free contact which will upon
closing of the contact (i.e. the beams being broken) cause the
curtain to react in one of the following ways: If the REV jumper pins
closest to the AUTO jumper have been bridged, the door will stop
immediately once the beams have been blocked, regardless of the
direction of travel. If the REV pins furthest from the AUTO jumper
are bridged and the beam interrupted, the controller will react by
emitting a series of beeps and then cause the curtain to re-open for
5 seconds. Should the beam be interrupted again the curtain will
stop immediately. If the beams are interrupted while the door is
opening the door will stop. If none of the REV pins are bridged and
the beam is interrupted while the door is closing, the controller will
react by emitting a series of beeps and then cause the curtain to reopen all the way to the open limit. Should the beams stay
interrupted the curtain will run in the opening direction for 5
seconds and then stop. If the beams are interrupted again while the
door is opening the door will stop.
This terminal provides +12V DC supply for auxiliary equipment such
as a radio receiver, photo cells, etc. Maximum 300mA
Closing Input. Momentarily connecting this input to GND will cause
the door to travel in the closing direction
Stop Input. Momentarily connecting this input to GND will cause the
door to stop moving immediately
Opening Input. Momentarily connecting this input to GND will cause
the door to travel in the opening direction
Motor drive direction selection. Confirm the motor direction by using
the OPEN, STOP and CLOSE buttons. If the drive direction is
incorrect (i.e. the OPEN button closes the door or vice versa), move
the switch marked DIR to change the drive direction. Use the
controller buttons again to confirm
Configures the way in which the curtain will react upon the beam
being broken (if beams are connected). If the REV jumper pins
closest to the AUTO jumper have been bridged, the door will stop
immediately once the beams have been blocked, regardless of the
direction of travel. If the REV pins furthest from the AUTO jumper
are bridged and the beam interrupted, the controller will react by
emitting a series of beeps and then cause the curtain to re-open for
5 seconds. Should the beam be interrupted again the curtain will
stop immediately. If the beams are interrupted while the door is
opening the door will stop. If none of the REV pins are bridged and
the beam is interrupted while the door is closing, the controller will
react by emitting a series of beeps and then cause the curtain to reopen all the way to the open limit. Should the beams stay
interrupted the curtain will run in the opening direction for 5
seconds and then stop. If the beams are interrupted while the door
is opening the door will stop.
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AUTO
AUTOCLOSE
Enabling the Auto functionality allows the user full control over the
curtain’s closing cycle; in other words, an opening cycle can still be
initiated by pressing the Up button only once, but the curtain will
only close if the Down button is pressed and held. Releasing the
Down button will cause the curtain to stop immediately:
Automatic closing switches. These dipswitches set the time for
which the door must remain open before Autoclosing. The Autoclose
timer will start counting down upon the door reaching the fully open
position. Autoclose time can be set for 5 seconds to 65 seconds, by
configuring the dipswitches as follows:
ON
Dipswitch
in ON
position
Dipswitch
in OFF
position
1
2
3
FIGURE 14. AUTOCLOSE JUMPERS
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
OFF
Off
Off
Off
5 seconds
On
Off
Off
20 seconds
Off
On
Off
25 seconds
On
On
Off
40 seconds
Off
Off
On
45 seconds
On
Off
On
60 seconds
Off
On
On
65 seconds
On
On
On
Setting
Infrared safety beams must be installed if Autoclose is to be used
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RSO5DC Controller
FIGURE 15. RSO5DC CONTROLLER
24V +
Positive battery connection.
(Battery terminal normally indicated as + or RED)
24V -
Negative battery connection.
(Battery terminal normally indicated as - or BLACK)
Motor
Motor output – Connects to the Blue or Black motor wire
Motor
Motor output – Connects to the Orange or Red motor wire
Com
The common termination point. All trigger signals, etc. have their return
path to one of the Com terminals.
Status
External shutter status indicator.(A low current output signal.) An
output terminal which provides a low current, drive (approx. 4,5V DC,
20mA) to a LED which can be used to indicate the shutter status remotely.
If more than three LEDs are required it is necessary to fit the CP78 MULTI
LED driver card
Aux
This terminal connects to the RSO5DC’s internal solenoid brake. The
brake releases whenever the operator receives a trigger signal, and acts
as a safety mechanism in the event that the shutter’s counterbalance
springs fail, engaging and keeping the shutter stationary to prevent it
from free-falling
FRX
Free-exit input. (A normally-open potential-free input). Momentarily
connecting this input to COM will cause a shutter which is closed, or
closing, to open or re-open. If the shutter is open, or opening, the signal
has no effect other than to reset the Autoclose timer (if selected). Freeexit (FRX) never initiates a closing cycle. The only way to close a shutter
if only the FRX input is used, is to activate the Autoclose feature on the
controller.
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Com
The common termination point. All trigger signals, etc. have their return
path to one of the Com terminals.
Ped
Pedestrian opening input. (A normally-open potential-free input).
Momentarily connecting this input to COM will cause the shutter to open to
the Pedestrian open position. For more information refer to the Pedestrian
feature.
Trg
Trigger input. (A normally-open potential-free input) Momentarily
connecting this input to COM will cause the shutter to open or close
depending on the operating mode selected. For more information see the
Autoclose feature and Modes of Operation.
Lck/Stp
Holiday Lockout or gate stop input. (A normally-closed potential-free
input). For as long as a connection between this input and COM is
maintained the controller will behave normally. But, when this connection
to COM is broken all inputs are inhibited, and if the shutter is moving it
will stop.
If the Lck function is not required a link must be fitted between
Lck and Com
Safety Open Opening beam safety input. (A normally-closed potential-free input).
As long as a connection between this input and Safe Common is
maintained the controller will behave normally. When this connection is
broken it will prevent the gate from opening if it is stationary, and will
stop and close the gate if it is opening. This input has no effect if the gate
is closing.
When setting up the controller for the first time or after a full
reset back to factory defaults has been performed, the system
will electronically override the Safety Inputs and allow the
system to function without the links. However if safeties are
connected to either or both inputs, thereafter there must be a
normally-closed circuit maintained for the system to operate
correctly. I.e. if beams are fitted and then removed, the circuit
which is affected must be replaced with a wire link to create the
normally-closed circuit.
Safety Close Closing edge safety input. CLOSING edge safety input. (A normallyclosed potential-free input). For as long as a connection between this
input and COM is maintained the controller will behave normally. When
this connection is broken it will prevent the shutter from closing if it is
stationary, and will stop and reverse the shutter if it is closing. This input
has no effect if the shutter is opening
If the Saf CLO function is not required a link must be fitted
between Safe CLO and COM for the controller to operate
normally.)
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Aux 12V Out Auxiliary power connection. Auxiliary power connection. Provides a
+12V DC supply for auxiliary equipment such as a radio receiver, photo
cells etc, It is linked directly to the battery positive via a 3A resettable
fuse.
Safe Com
Used for switching the power supply to the safety beams. If automatic
beam testing is required, the negative power supply connection of the beam
transmitters and receivers must be wired to this point.
LIT
Pillar light connection. These two terminals provide a normally-open,
potential-free contact which is generally used to switch on a pillar light
(courtesy light). This contact is fuse protected – refer to pg48 for fuse
specifications
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8. Required tools and equipment
&
Welding
equipment
17mm; 13mm
&
Spirit level
&
Circlip pliers
&
Allen key set
&
Long-nosed pliers
&
Angle grinder and cutting discs
&
Electric drilling equipment
&
Masonry bits for mounting wall pendant
&
Steel bits
&
Phillips screwdriver
&
Marking pen/chalk
&
Extension cord
&
G-Clamps
&
Depending on the height at which the RSO is to be installed, scaffolding and safety
harnesses may be needed
&
Gear puller for removing old sprocket
&
Spanner
9. Preparation of site
General considerations for the installation
&
Gather
all necessary tools and assemble any scaffolding and safety equipment that
may be required to safely gain access to the area where the RSO is to be installed
&
Ensure that the door is properly balanced by manually opening it halfway. It should
ideally remain in this position and should not move of its own volition for more than
about 100mm of travel in either direction
&
Fully open the door to be automated and ensure that it is securely locked in place.
This is imperative since the door could free-fall which could lead to personal injury or
even death
Minimum clearance
Operator Minimum A dimensions
RSO5R
590mm
RSO5R3P
590mm
RSO5
620mm
RSO5DC
460mm
RSO9
650mm
The A dimension refers to the minimum amount of space needed to install each operator,
i.e. the distance from the side of the shutter box to the first obstruction (eg. a pillar)
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10. Cabling requirements
External radio
receiver
4
Mains
power
supply
Shutter box
1
6
RSO
rollershutter
operator
5
Curtain
2
6
Infrared
safety
beams
Keypad
Keypad
Wall
switch
5
Manual
operation
chain
3
6
FIGURE 16. CABLING REQUIREMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
220V - 240V AC mains cable (3 core LNE 1.5mm2 SWA).
Cable for wall switch (supplied).
Optional but recommended infrared safety beams (3 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded).
Radio receiver cable (3 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded).
Optional keypad (3 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded).
380V AC 3Ø for three phase models
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RSO5DC cabling requirements
Mains
power
supply
Shutter box
RSO
roller
shutteroperator
Curtain
External
radio
receiver
4
Infrared
safety
beams
1
Keypad
2
Keypad
Wall
switch
Controller
wall box
5
Manual
operation
chain
3
6
5
FIGURE 17. CABLING REQUIREMENTS FOR RSO5DC
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
220V - 240V AC mains cable (3 core LNE 1.5mm2 SWA).
Cable for wall switch (supplied).
Optional but recommended infrared safety beams (3 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded).
Radio receiver cable (3 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded).
Optional keypad (3 core 0.5mm2 multi-stranded).
380V AC 3Ø for three phase models
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11. Installation procedure
Retrofit installations
The following installation procedure applies to roller-shutter doors that have already been
installed, and must now be automated:
1. Using a G-clamp, secure the curtain in the fully OPEN position.
It is recommended that the installation is performed while the curtain is open,
as the helical coil springs are under the least amount of tension in this
position. Working on a roller-shutter while the springs are fully tensioned holds
significant safety risks as the shutter could come loose with great force at any
moment, resulting in personal injury or even death
2. Remove the chain wheel by loosening the bolt holding it in place; this is commonly a
M8 bolt but can be any size.
3. After removing the chain wheel, unhook the manual operation chain from the drive
4. Remove the old sprocket. The sprocket is commonly held in place by a circlip but, as
the sprocket often sits quite tightly on the shaft, it is at times necessary to make use
of a gear puller in order to remove it.
5. In order to provide adequate space for
the RSO to be installed, some or all of
the old fittings or support struts may
have to be grinded off. Ensure that the
surface is completely smooth and that
there are no uneven areas or
protrusions where the motor is to be
installed as shown in Figure 18.
Driveshaft
Smoothened
surface
FIGURE 18
6. Using a spirit level, position the steel
base plate. When you are satisfied that
the plate is in the correct position, weld
it in place. Figure 19 illustrates the
recommended distance that the base
plate must be mounted from the
sprocket.
Welding
This distance assumes that a
drive chain comprising 24 links is
used
RSO5 range = 120mm
RSO9 range = 190mm
Base plate
#mm
FIGURE 19
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Grub screws
7. Insert the taper bush into the sprocket
as shown in Figure 20 and use the two
grub screws to secure the bush in
place.
Allen key
Bush
If at any stage the taper bush
must be removed, remove both
of the grub screws and insert one
of them into the previously
unused slot, and tighten
Sprockets
FIGURE 20
Square key
Welding
8. Fit the sprocket supplied with the RSO
kit onto the door’s driveshaft and insert
the square key(not supplied) into the
slot as shown in Figure 21.
Ensure that you purchase the
correct taper bush size. Both
30mm and 35mm taper bushes
are available
Base plate
M17 Mounting
bolt
FIGURE 21
Hand chain
9. Always ensure that the hand chain
hangs vertically. If the operator cannot
be mounted in a way that facilitates
this, the chain housing can be swivelled
by loosening the three M8 bolts as
shown in Figure 22.
Bolts
FIGURE 22
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10. The motor can now be fitted onto the
four mounting bolts. Do not tighten the
nuts yet, as the motor must still be
positioned in such a way that it
tensions the drive chain. Ensure that
the motor’s output pinion is directly in
line with the sprocket as misalignment
may result in the chain being pulled
from the sprocket once the door is set
in motion. Additional washers may be
fitted onto the mounting bolts and the
motor slightly raised from the plate in
order to align the pinion with the
sprocket.
RSO motor
Tensioning
bolts
Sprockets
Mounting
bolt
FIGURE 23
Drive chain
Remove the safety clip from the
drive chain and break the chain
as shown in Figure 24, before
connecting it to the pinion
Chain link
Safety clip
FIGURE 24
Drive chain
Sprockets
11. Connect one end of the drive chain to
the pinion and use the manual
operation chain to feed it.
Manual
operation
chain
12. Use a pair of long-nosed pliers to join
the two ends of the chain,
remembering to fit the safety clip.
FIGURE 25
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12. Electrical setup
Secure wall pendant
Mount the Three-Button Wall Switch in such a way and at such a height that it can be
comfortably operated. An optional, lockable enclosure can be purchased from Centurion
Systems for added security and to prevent unauthorised and unsafe use of the operator.
&
Separate the two halves of the Wall Switch Enclosure by loosening the two fixing
screws on the face
&
Secure the posterior (back) half to the wall using the most appropriate means, be it
rawlbolts, sleeve anchors, etc.
&
Fit the anterior (front) of the enclosure assembly to the back plate and secure using
the two fixing screws provided
Connect all wiring
Connect all cables as required according to the wiring diagram shown in Figure 25
SMARTGUARD keypad
12V 12V +
COM
IRB Receiver
12V/24V -
NC
2V/24V +
NO
COM
IRB Transmitter
12V/24V NC
12V/24V +
NO
External radio receiver
12V 12V +
COM
NC
NO
FIGURE 25. RSO5 WIRING DIAGRAM
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RSO5DC connections and wiring
1. Secure the control box to the wall using the most appropriate means.
Be sure to position the wall box so as not to cause any hazards during and after the
installation:
Preferably mount the wall box:
&Out of direct sunlight
&At a comfortable working height
2. Crimp the supplied bullet lugs onto the 0.5mm² white, yellow and green wires.
3. Route the three wires through one of the compression glands supplied and then
through the knock-out at the bottom of the wall box.
4. Connect the wires from the operator to the wires from the controller in the following
configuration:
&Green – green
&Yellow – yellow
&White – white
Yellow
White
Green
FIGURE 26
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4. Connect the two black motor wires to either one of the Motor terminals on the
controller (the
Motor terminals are not polarity-sensitive).
5. Connect the two red motor wires to the remaining Motor terminal.
From the
motor
FIGURE 27.
6. Now connect either of the two 0.2mm² yellow wires to the relay card’s normally-open
(N/O) terminal. The relay card is also housed within the wall box enclosure.
COM
CH+
N/C
Yellow wire
from the
motor
CHD
N/O
12V Relay
FIGURE 28.
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7. Connect the other yellow wire by
crimping it into the female blade
connector (supplied) and then
connecting it to the positive (+) battery
terminal via the male 3-way blade
expander as shown in Figure 29
Yellow wire
from the
motor
Female blade
connector
Battery
FIGURE 29
8. Heeding the necessary safety
precautions, connect the 220 – 240V
AC mains supply to the wall box
isolator. To access the wiring terminals
of the isolator, unscrew the two Philips
screws and connect the Live and
Neutral wires.
Isolator
FIGURE 30
9. Fasten the 220V earth cable onto the
earth stud in the wall box enclosure as
shown in Figure 31
Earth
FIGURE 31
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10. Connect the two batteries to the
controller as shown in Figure 32.
Battery 1
Battery 2
FIGURE 32
RSO5DC menu navigation map
1.
Setting limits
1.1. Setup wizard
2.
2.1.
Safety
Collision force
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5
Collision count
Alarm output
LCK as ESTOP
External gate status indication
3.
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
Autoclose
Autoclose status
Autoclose timer
Autoclose override
Autoclose advanced options
2.1.1. Opening collision force
2.1.2. Closing collision force
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2.5.1.
2.5.2.
2.5.3
2.5.4
2.5.5.
2.5.6.
2.5.7.
2.5.8
2.5.9
Indicator output
Closed indication
Part close indication
Closing indication
Part open indication
Opening indication
Open indication
Pedestrian indication
Unknown indication
3.4.1. Autoclose fully open
3.4.2. Autoclose partly open
3.4.3. Autoclose partly closed
4.
4.1.
Modes of Operation
Operating mode
5.
5.1.
Run profile
Positive close
5.2.
5.3.
5.4
5.5.
Pre-open delay
Pre-close delay
Opening speed
Closing speed
5.6.
5.7.
5.8.
5.9.
5.10.
5.11.
5.12.
Ramp-up distance
Ramp-down distance
TRG stop distance
IRB stop distance
Crawl distance
Torque limit
PWM minimum
6.
6.1.
Infrared beams
PIRAC control
6.1.1. PIRAC status
6.1.2. Stop on open
6.2.
IR beam test
6.3.
IRBO=IRBC on
closing
IR beam alarms
6.4.
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
4.1.3.
4.1.4.
4.1.5.
5.1.1. Positive Close Mode status
5.1.2. Positive Close Mode force
6.1.2.1. Stop on open
status
6.2.1. Status
6.2.2. Test beam
6.4.1. Ambush alarm
6.4.2. Break-in alarm
status
6.4.3. Alarm output
7.
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.
7.4.
Standard Mode
Condominium Mode
Reversing Mode
PLC
Deadman Control Mode
Pedestrian
Pedestrian open position
Pedestrian Autoclose time
Pedestrian pre-open delay
Pedestrian pre-close delay
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6.4.1.1. Ambush alarm
status
6.4.1.2. Broken IRB time
8.
8.1.
8.2.
Courtesy light
Courtesy light timer
Light profile
8.2.1. Courtesy
8.2.2. Pre-flash
8.2.3. Pre-flash
8.2.4. Pre-flash
9.
9.1.
9.2.
ChronoGuard
Time and date
Time periods
light
A
B
C
9.2.1. Add time period
9.2.1.1. Auto function
9.2.1.2. Time-bar.
function
9.2.2. Delete time period
9.2.3. Edit/review time
periods
9.3.
Exclusions
9.3.1. Add exclusion
9.3.1.1. Auto function
9.3.1.2. Time-bar
function
9.3.2. Delete exclusion
9.3.3. Edit/review
9.4.
Delete all time
periods and exclusions
10.
General settings
10.1. Operating
standard
10.2. Reset options
10.2.1.
10.2.2.
10.2.3.
10.2.4.
10.3. Diagnostic screen
status
10.4. Test button
disabled status
10.5. Backup EEPROM
10.6. Restore EEPROM
Factory defaults
Delete all remotes
Delete all time periods and exlusions
Reset all
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11.
Remote controls
Press button of valid transmitter
11.1. Add remotes
11.2. Delete remotes
11.3.
11.4.
11.5.
11.6.
11.2.1.
11.2.2.
11.2.3.
11.2.4.
11.2.5.
Edit remote button
Autolearn
Lock Tx menu
Onboard receiver
enable/disable
(if menu locked)
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
Delete
remote by ID
remote button
remote by button
not present
all remotes
RSO5DC Controller features
Menu 2 - Safety (collision force)
!
Collision force
If the shutter is obstructed, the internal collision circuitry will activate. The
response of the system to a collision will vary, depending on the profile
(operating standard, e.g. ZA,) selected. Responses can vary from the shutter
stopping, to the shutter reversing. The collision force can be set from
minimum to maximum in five discrete steps
A sixth step will disable collision sensing entirely, allowing maximum force to
be achieved. Under this condition, the motor will continue running until it
stalls, at which point a collision will be detected
This level should only be used if additional safety measures are taken.
(E.g.: Infrared beams, sensitive edge etc.) Collision force can be set
independently per direction of travel.
&
Collision
count
counter monitors the number of collisions that the shutter experiences
before it reaches the fully closed position. If the value exceeds the value set
in the multiple collision counter the controller shuts down until the next
valid trigger is received. As indication, the status LED will flash four times
every two seconds. The multiple collision fault indication will continue to
flash indefinitely or until a valid trigger has been received
&
A
&
Alarm
output
After the preset collision count has been reached, an alarm is activated. The
system can be configured to operate one of the following outputs provided on
the controller:
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&
Pillar
/ Courtesy light contact (potential-free normally-open contact, fuse
protected – 5A)
&
Safety beam common (this is an open collector drive, max current draw
3A, not fuse protected)
&
Status LED output (operate up to three LEDs in parallel or interface with
multi-LED driver card, CP78)
&
LCK
as ESTOP
Allows the LCK (Holiday Lockout) input to be configured as an emergency stop
input
Menu 3 - Autoclose
&
Autoclose
status
Autoclose feature when turned on, has the function of automatically
closing the shutter after a preset Autoclose time. The Autoclose feature is
automatically turned on when the controller is set for Condominium Mode of
Operation.
&
The
&
Autoclose
&
The
time
Autoclose time can be set anywhere from 1 to 255 seconds.
&
Autoclose
override
is possible for the user to temporarily turn off Autoclose when the Mode of
Operation is Standard or Reversing. To activate Autoclose override, the
TRG input must be activated and maintained for a period longer than the time
set for the Autoclose Override Time, after which the input can be cleared;
ie press and hold the button of the remote that operates the roller-shutter
&
It
&
The
shutter response will be to start opening on the first TRG trigger, and
then to stop as soon as the Autoclose Override feature is activated. On
clearing of the TRG input, the shutter will continue opening until fully open.
The Autoclose feature is now off and the shutter will remain open indefinitely
&
The
next signal received on TRG will clear the Autoclose Override feature,
close the shutter, and set the Autoclose feature back to normal
&
Autoclose
advanced options
conditions under which the shutter will Autoclose can be set within the
Advanced Autoclose options menu:
&
Autoclose on open - automatically close the shutter if it has reached the
fully open position
&
Autoclose on partly open - automatically close the shutter if it is stopped
while opening, but before reaching the fully opened position
&
Autoclose on partly closed - automatically close the shutter if it is stopped
while closing, but before reaching the fully closed position
&
The
More than one advanced option can be selected
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Menu 4 - Modes of Operation
It is possible to select the following Modes of Operation: Standard,
Condominium, Reversing, PLC and Deadman control Mode. All modes are
triggered by closing a normally-open contact between the TRG input terminal
and the COM terminal
&
Standard
mode
When stationary, a trigger impulse on TRG will cause the shutter to either
open or close. On a moving gate, a trigger impulse on TRG will stop the
shutter. A third impulse on TRG will cause the shutter to reverse its direction
of travel, i.e. the action is Start - Stop - Reverse
&
Condominium
mode
A trigger impulse on TRG will under all conditions open the shutter. If it were
closing, it will stop and reverse to open. In this Mode of Operation, the only
way to close the shutter is with the Autoclose feature which is automatically
activated when Condominium mode is selected
&
Reversing
mode
A trigger impulse on TRG will reverse the direction of a moving shutter. If it
were closing, it will stop and immediately begin opening. If it were opening, it
will stop and immediately begin closing.
&
PLC
Mode
trigger impulse on FRX (N/O) will cause the shutter to open. A trigger
impulse on the TRG (N/O) will cause the shutter to close
&
A trigger impulse on the LCK/STP (N/C) will cause the shutter to stop
&
A
&
Deadman
Control Mode (DMC)
permanent trigger on FRX (N/O) will cause the shutter to open. Removing
the trigger will cause the shutter to stop
&
A permanent trigger on TRG (N/O) will cause the shutter to close Removing
the trigger will cause the shutter to stop
&
A permanent trigger on LCK/STP (N/C) will stop a moving shutter, and
&
A
Menu 5 - Run profile
&
Positive
Close Mode (PCM) (not recommended for roller-shutters)
Setting Positive Close Mode to ON will allow the curtain to drive up hard to
an endstop without causing the collision circuitry to operate. This feature
operates only during the last few millimeters of shutter travel in closing mode
&
PCM
push force
The amount of force applied by the motor when in PCM can be set as a
percentage of full motor force
&
Pre-open
delay
Allows a delay between a valid trigger signal being received and the shutter
commencing movement in the opening direction. A warning light can be set to
activate during this delay. (Refer to Pre-flash modes of the feature PILLAR
LIGHT, for more details)
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Roller
&
Pre-close
delay
Allows a delay between a valid trigger signal being received and the shutter
commencing movement in the closing direction. The delay will also occur if the
shutter is set to close automatically. A warning light can be set to activate
during this delay. (Refer to Pre-flash modes of the feature PILLAR LIGHT, for
more details)
&
Opening
speed
Sets the opening speed as a percentage of the maximum shutter speed. This
can be set from 22-100%. Selecting max will move the shutter at maximum
possible speed
&
Closing
speed
Sets the closing speed as a percentage of the maximum shutter speed. This
can be set from 22-100%. Selecting max will move the shutter at maximum
possible speed
&
Ramp-up
distance
Sets the ramp-up distance as a percentage of travel of the shutter when an
endpoint is reached. This can be set from 2% to 30% in 1% steps
&
Ramp-down
distance
Sets the ramp-down distance as a percentage of travel of the shutter when
stopping. This can be set from 2% to 30% in 1% steps.
&
TRG
stop distance
Sets the distance over which a moving shutter will stop after a TRG input is
received, as a percentage of total shutter travel. This can be set from 1% to
10% in steps of 1%
&
IRB
Stop Distance
Sets the distance over which a moving gate will stop after an Infrared Safety
Beam is broken, as a percentage of total shutter travel. This can be set from
1% to 10% in steps of 1%
&
Crawl
Distance
Sets the final crawl distance as a percentage of travel of the shutter when
reaching an endpoint. This can be set from 5% to 30% in steps of 1%
&
Torque
Limit
Sets the maximum torque delivered by the motor. The maximum setting is a
value of 10 and the minimum is 4. This is useful in cases where limited push
force is required
&
PWM
Minimum
Sets the minimum speed at which the shutter will be allowed to crawl, both
during the limit setup procedure and during normal operation before reaching
an endpoint. The maximum setting is a value of 90% of maximum speed and
the minimum is 5%. It is highly recommended that the PWM Minimum be set
to maximum during limit setup, as configuring it to a lower value will result in
the procedure taking unnecessarily long
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Menu 6 - IR beams
!
PIRAC
Passive-Infrared Autoclose causes the shutter to automatically close as soon as
a vehicle has passed through the closing beams. This security feature ensures
that the shutter stays open for the minimum amount of time possible
If the AUTOCLOSE feature has been enabled when the shutter is triggered to
open, but nothing moves through / breaks the closing beam, the shutter will
open fully and stay open for the period of time determined by the AUTOCLOSE
timer. However, if at any stage, while the shutter is opening or standing open
waiting to close, the beams are broken, the shutter will close immediately
&
IR
Beam Test
Automatically tests the safety beams before each shutter cycle. (eg as
required by CE and UL325).
In order for this feature to work, the power supply negative of the beam
transmitter must be wired to the SAF COM terminal of the controller
&
IRBO=IRBC
Configures the opening beam to act as a closing beam while the shutter is
closing
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&
IR
beam alarms
While the gate is fully closed, this
feature allows the following
alarms:
&
Ambush
alarm
Activates an alarm if either the
opening or closing beams have
been continuously interrupted
for a predefined time. The
alarm will remain activated
while the beams are
interrupted.
For example, if a would-be
intruder covers the beams so
that when the gate is opened,
the gate will stay open, the
system will detect this beam
override taking place and set off
an alarm.
&
IR
beam broken time
The time that the beams must
be interrupted before the alarm
is activated.
Adjustable
beam broken
time
Alarm
Intruder
blocks beam
FIGURE 33
&
Break-in
alarm
Activates an alarm if the closing
beam on the outside of the
property is interrupted. The
alarm remains activated while
the beams are broken, and for a
period of 30 seconds thereafter.
This time is fixed.
If this alarm is used, it is
recommended that TWO
parallel closing beams are
used to reduce the
chance of false triggering.
Alarm
Intruder breaks beam
while loitering at gate
FIGURE 34
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!
Alarm output
The system can be configured to operate one of the following outputs
provided on the controller:
! Onboard buzzer – emits a continuous tone.
! Pillar / Courtesy light contact (potential-free normally-open contact,
fuse protected – 3A).
! Safety beam common (this is an open collector drive, max current draw
3A, not fuse protected).
! Status LED output (operate up to three LEDs in parallel or interface with
multi LED driver card, CP78).
Menu 7 - Pedestrian opening
This feature is associated with the PED input on the controller. When activating
this input, the system will open the shutter to the pedestrian open position, and
then automatically close after the pedestrian Autoclose time lapses. The shutter
will open only after the adjustable pre-opening delay time.
If the connection to COM is maintained then the shutter will remain open, and
when the connection is broken, it will close after the PEDESTRIAN Autoclose
time.
&
Pedestrian
open position
Sets the maximum distance that the shutter will open for pedestrians as a
percentage of the total shutter travel..
&
Pedestrian
Autoclose time
Sets the Autoclose time in seconds after a pedestrian opening.
&
Pedestrian
pre-open delay
Sets the time delay between the pedestrian input being activated, and the
shutter actually opening. While this feature can be used with roller-shutters, it
is mostly a safety feature associated with sliding and swing gate motors where
pedestrians have to reach through the gate in order to activate the pedestrian
input. A warning light would typically be active during this delay. This delay
can be set from zero seconds to four minutes in one second steps.
&
Pedestrian
pre-close delay
Sets the time delay between the pedestrian Autoclose timer expiring, and the
shutter actually closing. A warning light would typically be active during this
delay.
The warning light is any light wired to the courtesy (pillar) light
contacts, as described in Menu 8, which follows.
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Menu 8 - Courtesy (pillar) light
This feature is associated with the LIGHT connections on the controller.
The pillar light circuit has multiple functions:
&
It operates as a courtesy light and switches on for a timed period every time
the shutter is activated.
&
It can also be turned on for the same timed period by momentarily connecting
the AUX input to COM.(eg activating a pushbutton connected to these
terminals)
&
Via the same pushbutton connected across AUX and COM, it can also be turned
ON permanently by application of an impulse longer than 3 seconds. The fact
that the pillar light is ON permanently is indicated by the STATUS LED flashing
once every second. A short impulse thereafter will switch the lights off.
The roller-shutter will not open when using the Aux trigger input.
&
When
the PED input is triggered the courtesy light flashes for an adjustable
(1 to 255 seconds) pre-flash time before opening to the pedestrian opening.
&
Courtesy light time
The time that the courtesy light will remain activated can be set from 4
seconds to 10 minutes.
&
Light
profile
courtesy light can be selected to operate according to one of the
following:
&
Courtesy light
If pre-flashing Mode A, B or C is selected, the courtesy light circuit will
activate for the selected pre-opening and pre-closing delay. The manner of
activation is dependent on the pre-flashing mode selected.
&
Mode A will turn on the courtesy light only while the motor is running
&
Mode B will flash the courtesy light during the pre-opening delay, as well
as while the shutter is running
&
Mode C will turn on the courtesy light during the pre-opening delay, as
well as while the shutter is running. In these pre-flashing modes, the
timed courtesy light functionality is not available.
&
The
Menu 9 - ChronoGuard (Time periods)
!
ChronoGuard (a world first)is a powerful feature which has been added to the
new generation CENTURION controllers. An integral Real Time Clock (RTC) is
used to provide time-based functionality, including the automatic activation or
time-barring of specific controller inputs, and the time-barring of specified
remote control buttons used together with the onboard CENTURION codehopping receiver.
!
The RTC will keep time for a minimum of one hour without any power
!
Time-periods
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&
Time
Periods
A Time-period is defined by a start and end date and time. Up to 100 Timeperiods can be defined. A Time-period can be a once off event, or can be set to
repeat on a weekly or annual basis. The weekly repeat can be chosen to occur
on every day of the week, weekdays only, weekends only, or any specific day.
The minimum duration of a Time-period is one minute. Once off Time-periods
have the highest precedence, followed by annual and then weekly. When
appropriate, a “Tp” icon will appear on the display to indicate that a
Time-period is active.
&
Auto-activations
(Auto function)
The following controller inputs can be set to activate automatically during a
Time-period:
&
Free-exit (FRX)
&
Pedestrian opening (Ped)
&
Holiday Lockout (Lck)
&
Closing beam (IRBC)
&
Courtesy light control (Aux)
During the relevant Time-period, the selected input will be activated. Where
appropriate, the diagnostic LED of the relevant input will illuminate.
&
Time-barring
Time-barring of inputs is divided into physical inputs and RF inputs (inputs
mapped to a CENTURION code-hopping transmitter button)
The following physical inputs can be Time-barred (prevented from
operating) during a Time-period:
&
Trigger (Trg)
&
Pedestrian opening (Ped)
&
Free-exit (FRX)
&
Holiday Lock (Lck)
&
Courtesy light control (Aux)
The following physical outputs can be Time-barred (prevented from
operating) during a Time-period:
&
Courtesy (pillar) light relay (Light)
The following RF inputs can be Time-barred (prevented from operating)
during a Time-period:
&
Trigger
(Trg)
opening (Ped)
&
Free-exit (FRX)
&
Holiday Lock (Lck)
&
Courtesy light control (Aux)
&
Pedestrian
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Time-barring of a CENTURION code-hopping transmitter is specified at
the time of coding the transmitter into the system. Once an RF input is
defined as time-barred, any Time-barred transmitter associated with
that input will be time-barred during the relevant Time-period. If a
physical or RF input is currently Time-barred, any attempt to activate it
will be acknowledged by a short beep of the onboard buzzer. The input,
however, will not activate.
&
Exclusions
Exclusions are used to prevent scheduled Time-periods from occurring at
specific times (eg: public holidays). While Time-barring can be used to
achieve a similar end, exclusions can also be used to exclude Time-barring
itself. Each exclusion consumes one Time-period. Exclusions have the highest
precedence, followed by Time-barring and then auto-activations (auto
function).
Menu 10 - General features
&
Operating
Standard
Regional operating standards can be set. Applying this setting will
automatically configure the controller settings to conform to the specific
region's standard - e.g. UL325 or CE.
&
Reset options
The controller settings can be reset through the reset options menu. Various
reset options are available:
&
Factory Defaults – Depending on the operating standard / profile chosen
all these settings will be restored. No other settings such as remote controls,
limit switch settings will be affected.
&
Delete All Remotes - Delete all the remotes stored in the system, no
settings affected.
&
Reset All – Clears the system completely as per an off the production line
unit.
&
Diagnostic screen
Allow a diagnostic screen to be displayed. Can be useful when troubleshooting,
but requires some technical knowledge.
&
Round
test button
Allows the round test button on the controller to be disabled, in cases where
higher security is required.
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Menu 11 - Remote controls
The controller is capable of learning up to 500 CENTURION code-hopping remote
controls / transmitters. Each transmitter can have up to four buttons. Each
transmitter learned into the system is assigned a unique transmitter ID.
&
It
is possible to artificially increase the number of buttons of a multibutton transmitter by using a two button combination
&
One of the buttons is used as a shift button to allow the other
buttons to be used again in combination with this button. In other
words the user will press and hold the shift button, before pressing
one of the other buttons to create a new button
&
The shift button cannot be used as a button on its own, it must always
be used in combination with the other buttons
Benefits of the shift button system:
of the shift button system allows a three button transmitter to
gain an extra button and operate four functions and likewise a four
button transmitter gains two extra buttons and can operate six
functions
&
Use
&
Another
benefit of using the shift button system is that it requires
both hands to operate the two button combination. This
prevents the user from accidentally enabling sensitive functions such
as Holiday Lockout on the controller
Each transmitter learned into the system is assigned a unique transmitter ID.
&
Press
valid button
If the remote controls menu has been locked as discussed later, only by
pressing a button of a transmitter learned into the system, can the remote
controls menu be accessed.
&
Add
remote
Any button can be set to control the trigger, pedestrian, free-exit, Holiday
Lockout or courtesy light inputs. When adding transmitters it is recommended
that a record be kept of the ID number allocated by the system to each
respective transmitter and the person to whom the transmitter is given. This is
necessary should selective deletion be required at a later stage.
!
Delete remote
Transmitters can be edited at any stage according to one of the following:
Delete Remote ID - Each transmitter can be deleted individually according to
its unique ID. To facilitate this, a record of the ID and the person to whom the
ID has been assigned must have been made at the time of learning the
transmitter into the system.
&
Delete Remote Button The operation of a button on a particular transmitter can be cleared i.e. it
allows for instance Holiday Lockout set on one remote to be cleared without
affecting the other operations that the transmitter performs.
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&
Delete
remote by button
Use this procedure to remove the transmitter from the system. All button
functionality will be removed. The transmitter is required for this operation.
&
Delete-Not-Present
Allows for transmitters that have not been used within a selectable time
period to be removed from the system. The Time-period can be set from one
hour to seven days, in one hour increments.
&
Delete
all remotes
Clears the entire memory. All transmitters will be removed.
&
Edit
remote button
Change the function of one button to another.
&
Autolearn
Allows a Time-period to be set, during which any specific button will be learned
to a specific function when it is pressed. The function will also be activated
when the button is pressed. After the Time-period has expired Autolearn is
disabled, and no further buttons will be learned.
&
Tx
menu locked
Allows the “Remote Controls” menu to be locked, preventing the unauthorized
addition of new transmitters to the system. Once enabled, the “Remote
Controls” menu can only be accessed by pressing a valid transmitter button
&
Onboard
receiver
The onboard CENTURION code-hopping receiver can be disabled in the unlikely
event that it causes interference with an existing external receiver
Fuse protection
Item
Type
Rating
Motor circuit
Automotive fuse ATO (25 x 7mm)
30A
Light circuit
5 x 20mm
3A fast blow
Auxiliary supply
Electronic limit
300mA
5 x 20mm
3A fast blow*
Main controller
Charger
Mains input
Not user serviceable
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RSO5DC Diagnostic LEDs
The RSO5DC controller has a series of diagnostic LEDs which indicate the state of the
inputs. Normally-open inputs are indicated by a RED LED, and normally-closed inputs by
a GREEN LED. An illuminated RED LED indicates that the signal is present (e.g.:
intercom button pressed), while an illuminated GREEN LED indicates that the signal is
absent (e.g.: IRB not broken).
Safety close - green
On when the closing beam is not activated
Safety open - green
On when the opening beam is not activated
Lck/Stp - green
On when the Lck/Stp input is not activated
Trg - red
On when the trigger signal is present
Ped - red
On when the pedestrian signal is present
FRX - red
On when a free-exit signal is present
FIGURE 35
Aux - red
On when an auxiliary signal is present
Status- red
This LED indicates the state of the shutter
as per the table below:
RSO5DC Roller-shutter status LED
Off
Shutter is closed
On
Shutter is partially / fully open
Continuous slow flash
Shutter is opening
Continuous fast flash
Shutter is closing
1 flash every 2 seconds
Pillar light override is activated
2 flashes every 2 seconds
No mains is present
3 flashes every 3 seconds
Battery voltage is low
4 flashes every 2 seconds
Multiple collisions have occurred
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RSO5DC LCD display
The LCD display shows useful information regarding the status of the system.
2
1
4
3
A OFF
L
5
0:00
CLOSED
6
FIGURE 36
1. Battery icon
Indicates the state of charge of the battery.
&
Four solid bars = full capacity
&
Two solid bars = 50% capacity
&
No solid bars, with the icon flashing = battery empty
2. Mains icon
Displays the presence/absence of mains voltage:
&
Plug solid = mains present and battery charging
&
Plug hollow and flashing = No mains present and battery not charging
3. Autoclose information
&
Displays the state of the Autoclose function
&
Displays off if Autoclose is not selected
&
OVR if Autoclose is overridden, and the remaining Autoclose time if Autoclose is
active
&
POVR indicates that the PIRAC option is overriden
4. Pillar light information
&
Displays the remaining light time if Courtesy Light Mode is selected
&
Pre-flashing mode is displayed if pre-flash is selected
&
LIT will be indicated if the pillar light has been turned on permanently
5. Onboard receiver information
Displays the current input being activated by the onboard receiver.
6. Status information
Displays useful information regarding the status of the shutter.
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RSO5DC Buzzer feedback
A warning buzzer will sound (where applicable) as per the table below:
Priority
Number
of beeps
Fault
type
Gate
continues
to operate
User can
correct
error
Break-in alarm
1
Continuous tone
for 30 seconds
Alarm
N/A
N/A
Ambush alarm
2
Continuous tone
until IRBs are cleared
Alarm
N/A
N/A
Battery low
4
3 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Power system
fault
Yes
Yes
Multiple collision
3
Periodic until condition
is cleared by user
(500/500ms)
Collision
No
Yes
Auxiliary overload
5
5 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Hardware
No
No
Holiday Lockout
6
1 beep periodically
for 30 seconds
User
No
Yes
Emergency stop
7
1 beep periodically
for 30 seconds
User
No
Yes
Time-barring
8
1 beep periodically
for 5 seconds
User
No
Yes
No limits set
9
3 short beeps for
5 seconds
Lost
No
Yes
Mains failure
10
2 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Power system
fault
Yes
Yes
Beams broken
(any)
11
1 beep periodically
for 30 seconds
User
No
Yes
Beams failure
12
5 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Hardware
No
No
Fuse blown
14
5 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Hardware
No
Yes
Motor
disconnected
15
5 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Hardware
No
Yes
Bridge
damaged
16
5 beeps periodically
for 30 seconds
Hardware
No
No
Shutter
stalled
17
4 beeps periodically
for 10 seconds
Collision
No
Yes
Inhibitor
name
Shutter will close fully and then shut down for two minutes
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RSO5DC factory defaults schedule
South African standard profile - ZA
Parameter Description
Unit
Minimum
Default
Maximum
Menu 1 - not applicable
Menu 2
Opening collision force
Closing collision force
Collision count
Alarm output
LCK as ESTOP
Menu 2
M
M
M
Level
Level
Collisions
B, CL, SC, LED
Yes or No
1
1
1
3
3
4
B
No
Max
Max
255
Menu 3
Autoclose
Autoclose
Autoclose
Autoclose
Autoclose
Autoclose
status
timer
override time
from fully open
from partly open
from partly closed
Menu 4
Modes of Operation
Menu 5
PCM status
PCM force
Pre-open delay time
Pre-close delay time
Opening speed
Closing speed
Ramp-up distance
Ramp-down distance
TRG stop distance
IRB stop distance
Crawl distance
Torque limit
Menu 6
PIRAC control
Stop on open
Stopping distance
IR beam test
Test beam
IRBO=IRBC
On/Off
mm:ss
mm:ss
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
00m:00s
00m:00s
Off
00m:15s
00m:03s
On
On
Off
04m:00s
04m:00s
Menu 4
S, C, R, P, D
M
M
S
M
Menu 5
On/Off
%
mm:ss
mm:ss
%
%
% Travel
% Travel
% Travel
% Travel
% Travel
A
M
M
Off
30%
00m:00s
00m:00s
Max
Max
5%
5%
3%
3%
10%
15A
M
Menu 6
On/Off
On/Off
%
On/Off
IRBC/IRBO/both
On/Off
Not advisable for roller-shutters
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10%
00m:00s
00m:00s
22%
100%
2%
2%
1%
1%
5%
4A
M
0%
M
Off
Off
2%
Off
IRBC
Off
100%
01m:05s
01m:05s
Max
Max
30%
11%
10%
10%
30%
15A
M
5%
Parameter Description
Unit
Menu 6 (continued)
Ambush alarm
Ambush time
Break-in alarm
Alarm output
On/Off
hh:mm
On/Off
B, CL, SC, LED
Default
Off
00h:01m
Off
B
00h:01m
04h:00m
M
0.05m
00m:00s
00m:00s
00m:00s
M
1m
00m:05s
00m:02s
00m:00s
M
see note*
04m:25s
04m:00s
04m:00s
h:mm:ss
CL, PFA, PFB, PFC
0h:00m:04s
M
0h:02m:00s
CL
9h:59m:59
s
120
M
Menu 9 - not applicable
M
Menu 10
Operating Standard
Factory defaults
Delete all remotes
Reset All
Z,C,U
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
ZA
No
No
No
Menu 11
Delete-Not-Present
Autolearn
Tx Menu lock
Onboard receiver
0
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
Off
Off
Off
On
*Limited by gate length
Legend
B
C
CL
D
IRBC
IRBO
LED
P
Maximum
Menu 7
%
mm:ss
mm:ss
mm:ss
Menu 7
PED opening
PED Autoclose
PED pre-open delay
PED pre-close delay
Menu 8
Light timer
Light profile
Minimum
Onboard buzzer
Condominium mode
Courtesy light
Deadman Control Mode
Closing safety beams
Opening safety beams
Status LED
PLC mode
PFA
PFB
PFC
R
S
SC
Tx
Pre-flashing mode A
Pre-flashing mode B
Pre-flashing mode C
Reversing Mode
Standard Mode
Safety common
Transmitter
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Power connections
and RSO5R variants must be connected to a 220V AC and RSO9 and
RSO5R3P to a 380V AC mains supply via the power supply cables provided with the
kit. The cables are connected to the respective power supply units during the
assembly process; however, should any of the connections come loose, the diagrams
below illustrate the terminals to which they should be connected in each case
&
RSO5
Ensure that all electrical power to the operator is disconnected before
attempting to conduct any work on the power supply of the operator.
All work should be carried out by a suitably qualified technician
RSO5R
Power connection
terminals
RSO5/RSO5R3P
Power connection
terminals
RSO9
Power connection
terminals
FIGURE 37. POWER CONNECTIONS
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13. Setting the Travel Limits
The limit switch assembly
&
In
order for the door to stop in the desired open and closed positions, the strikers
must be adjusted to activate the corresponding limit switches for each position.
Opening limit striker
Striker shaft
Closing
limit
switch
RSO5R, RSO5R3P
and RSO5DC
Cam fastener
Closing limit striker
Opening limit switch
Backup limit
Down limit
RSO5
Up limit
Safety edge off
Opening limit striker
Closing limit striker
RSO9
Closing
limit
switch
Opening limit switch
Striker shaft
FIGURE 38
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RSO5, RSO5R and RSO5R3P
The RSO5 provides a total of four limit micro-switches. In addition to the open
and closed switches, provision has also been made for a Safety Edge Off switch
as well as a Backup Limit (for the open position) switch. The Safety Edge Off
switch will be triggered first when the shutter is travelling towards its closing
limit, and serves to disable the sensitive edge fitted to the leading edge of the
shutter (if installed). This is done to ensure that the collision circuitry does not
activate and cause the shutter to re-open once it has reached the fully closed
position.
The Backup Limit switch serves as a failsafe should the open limit switch
malfunction, and will stop the shutter in the open position.
To set the limits:
&
Make use of a small flat screwdriver to open the limit switch housing
&
Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the two cam fasteners. .
&
Using the hand chain, manually hoist the shutter until it is in the desired open
position.
&
Turn the opening striker by hand along the shaft until it is activating the
corresponding micro-switch for the open position.
&
Now use the hand chain to hoist the shutter until it is in the desired closed position.
&
Turn the appropriate striker until it is activating the micro-switch for the closed
position.
&
Use the wall pendant to test the operation in both the opening and closing
directions as well as to stop the motor. Ensure that the fasteners are tightened and
that the strikers travel the desired distances for opening and closing before
activating the limit switches. Upon triggering the motor, an audible beep will
indicate that one of the limit switches is currently being activated.
It is advisable that the open limit is set slightly short from the fully open
position to allow space for the safety limit to be activated.
RSO5DC
Section 12 provides the full menu of features that can be set up on the system. An
explanation of each feature is provided in Section 12, Controller features
When setting up the D10/D10 Turbo system via the LCD display, all the steps that have
to be followed are clearly provided via the display. It is only necessary to note the
following:
!
To get into setup mode, press the enter (
) button for two seconds and follow the
instructions provided from there
!
The buttons provided on the controller for navigating the system are not marked
because at each step during the setup, the function given to each button is provided on
the display
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3
Menu level
AutoClose
Exit
Go
Up/Dn
FIGURE 39
&
When
not in setup mode, i.e. normal mode, the (
) button is used as a test button
for operating the system
&
The triangular up or down (
) buttons are used to scroll through the diagnostic
screens
&
For each feature a factory default setting has been programmed into the controller.
Referred to as an operating standard or profile, these defaults have been determined
to suit the requirements of the specific region where the installation is being carried
out. It is only necessary to change a feature where the default does not suit the
installation. When selecting any feature in the menu, details of the current setting
stored in the controller are displayed
!
Refer to Section 12 for the Schedule of factory defaults for each feature
If at any stage you wish to abort the limit setup procedure, simply disconnect
one of the battery leads.
To set the limits:
&
Make use of a small flat screwdriver to open the limit switch housing
&
Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the two cam fasteners.
&
Turn both strikers by hand until they are more or less in the centre of the striker
shaft.
&
Using the hand chain, move the door to the desired open or closed position.
&
Turning the corresponding striker by hand, move it until the micro-switch is
activated. (click can be heard)
&
Using the hand chain, move the door to the opposite position.
&
Again using the hand chain move the door off the micro-switch so that neither of
the micro-switches are being activated. Enter Setup Mode by pressing and holding
the centre ellipse button for a period of two seconds.
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Ensure that the cams are not activating either the open or the closed microswitch before attempting to set the limits! If it is, first move the cams away
from the switches by using the hand chain.
&
Using
the hand chain move the door off the micro-switch so that neither of the
micro-switches are being activated. Enter Setup Mode by pressing and holding the
centre ellipse button for a period of two seconds.
&
Using the directional arrows, scroll to Menu 5: Run Profile and enter the menu by
momentarily pressing the centre button.
&
Now scroll to PWM Minimum and confirm the selection by momentarily pressing the
centre button.
&
Use the directional arrows to configure the PWM Minimum to a value of 90. Again,
confirm the selection by pressing the centre button.
&
Press the round button twice until it shows 'Run Profile' and scroll to Menu 1:
Setting Limits. Enter the menu by pressing the centre button.
&
You will now be guided through the limit setup procedure by an intuitive Setup
Wizard. Carefully read each prompt on the display and confirm using the centre
button.
Certain prompts are related to CENTURION sliding gate operators and might
not be applicable
&
The
operator will complete four cycles in total; two to establish the position of the
opening and closing limits, and two to confirm the positions.
&
Once the procedure is complete, the Wizard will prompt you as to whether the
shutter is open. If it is, simply confirm using the centre button. If, however, the
shutter is in the closed position, toggle the display to NO and confirm with the
centre button.
&
The RSO5DC is now ready for use.
&
Some fine adjustment of the strikers might be required. This can be done after
completing the limit setup.
RSO9
While the procedure for setting the end-of-travel limits on the RSO9 is more or less the
same as with other RSO variants, there are subtle differences when it comes to securing
the limit strikers.
To set the limits:
&
Make
us of a flat screwdriver to open the limit switch housing.
&
Ensure
that the strikers can be rotated freely by hand; if they cannot, pull the
securing studs towards you and away from the operator, and slide them to the
opposite end of the vertical slot.
&
Using
the hand chain, manually hoist the shutter until it is in the desired open
position.
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&
Turn
the opening striker by hand along the shaft until it is activating the
corresponding micro-switch for the open position.
&
Now
use the hand chain to hoist the shutter until it is in the desired closed position.
&
Turn
the appropriate striker until it is activating the micro-switch for the closed
position.
&
Once
you are satisfied that the curtain travels the correct distance in both the
opening and closing directions, secure the strikers again by pulling the securing
studs towards you and then to the opposite end of the vertical slot, ensuring that
the strikers cannot be moved by hand.
&
Use
the wall pendant to test the operation in both the opening and closing directions
as well as to stop the motor. Ensure that the fasteners are tightened and that the
strikers travel the desired distances for opening and closing before activating the
respective limit switches.
14. Connecting an external radio receiver
Connecting an external radio receiver
It is possible to connect an external receiver to the controller by making use of one of
the four inputs provided. Incorporating a radio receiver will enable users to operate the
door remotely.
Each input has the following operation associated with it:
For Standard Mode of Operation, connect the receiver’s normallyopen output to this terminal. Pressing the remote button once (from
the fully closed position) will cause the door to start opening.
Pressing the button a second time will cause the door to stop
immediately, and a third button press will cause the door to move in
the opposite direction, i.e. start closing
Connecting the receiver’s normally-open output to this terminal will
allow for a Close Only Mode of Operation. In other words, each
button press will move the door in the closing direction only
Connecting the receiver’s normally-open output to this input will
cause the door to stop immediately
Connecting the receiver’s normally-open output to this terminal will
allow for an Open Only or Free-exit Mode of Operation. Pressing the
remote button will only initiate an opening cycle
&
In
addition to these four inputs, +12V as well as ground are provided on the
controller. Refer to Figure 40 for a visual representation of the connections
&
Using a multi-channel receiver provides the user with the ability to activate the open,
close and stop functions using three different buttons on the transmitter.
External receivers can only be connected to the RSO5 and RSO5DC models.
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15. Connecting infrared beams
Infrared safety beams can be fitted and is recommended for enhanced safety. The RSO5
controller* offers a normally-open input which will, upon closing of the contact (i.e. the
beams being broken), cause the door to stop immediately or to reverse direction,
depending on whether the REV pins have been bridged on the controller. The installation
of IR beams is considered critical as it helps prevent crushing
Infrared safety beams are connected to the controller as follows:
*Infrared beams can only be connected to the RSO5 and RSO5DC models
IRB Transmitter
IRB Receiver
12V/24V -
2V/24V +
COM
NC
NO
12V/24V -
12V/24V +
FIGURE 40. INFRARED BEAMS WIRING DIAGRAM FOR RSO5
IRB Transmitter
IRB Receiver
12V/24V -
2V/24V +
COM
NC
NO
12V/24V -
12V/24V +
FIGURE 41. CLOSING INFRARED BEAMS WIRING DIAGRAM FOR RSO5DC
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IRB Transmitter
IRB Receiver
12V/24V -
2V/24V +
COM
NC
NO
12V/24V -
12V/24V +
FIGURE 42. OPENING INFRARED BEAMS WIRING DIAGRAM FOR RSO5DC
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16. RSO5DC Wiring diagram for other inputs
Holiday lockout
keyswitch/keypad
(normallyCLOSED)
CENTURION
A
U
X
Intercom
pushbutton
(normallyOPEN)
Pedestrian
keyswitch/keypad
(normally-OPEN)
Pillar light
pushbutton
(normally-OPEN)
CENTURION
A
U
X
Status
LED
FIGURE 43
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17. Manual operation
The CENTURION Industrial RSO offers two different modes of Manual Operation, namely
complete disengagement of the gearbox – by overriding the mechanical braking
mechanism - and chain-driven manual operation. A five metre chain has been provided
with the system to allow for manual operation even from a floor-level.
Manual
Override
pin
&
To
completely disengage the gearbox,
simply pull the manual override pin
towards you, as indicated in Figures 44,
45 and 46. This will cause the operator's
gearbox to be overridden and the door
can then be operated by hand
If the door is completely or partially
open, ensure that there are no
people, pets or other obstructions
directly underneath the door as
disengaging the gearbox will
release the door and possibly
cause it to close at great speed,
and could potentially cause serious
injury or even death
For chain-driven manual operation,
the gearbox must be engaged and
the chain hoisted in the desired
direction of travel
Hand chain
FIGURE 44. RSO5R and RSO5R3P
MANUAL OVERRIDE
Manual
Override
pin
Hand chain
FIGURE 45. RSO5 and RSO5DC
MANUAL OVERRIDE
Manual
Override
pin
Hand chain
FIGURE 46. RSO9 MANUAL OVERRIDE
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18. Installation handover
Once the installation has been successfully completed and tested, it is important for the
installer to explain the operation and safety requirements of the system.
NEVER ASSUME THE USER KNOWS HOW TO SAFELY OPERATE THE RSO!
Even if the user has used one before, it does not mean he knows how to SAFELY operate
it. Make sure that the user fully understands the following safety requirements before
finally handing over the site. Ensure that the end user has all the safety and user
instructions included with the product
The following needs to be understood by the user:
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How to operate the manual release mechanism. (Show them how by
demonstration)
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All the features and benefits of the operator, i.e. safety beams, etc.
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All the safety considerations associated with operating an RSO. The user
should be able to pass this knowledge on to all other users of the automated
system and must be made aware of this responsibility
&
Do
not activate the RSO operator unless you can see it and
can determine that its area of travel is clear of people, pets,
or other obstructions
&
NO ONE MAY CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING ROLLERSHUTTER. Always keep people and objects away from the
entrance
&
NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE OR PLAY WITH THE RSO operator
CONTROLS, and do not allow children or pets near the entrance
&
Be careful with moving parts and avoid close proximity to areas
where fingers or hands could be pinched
&
Secure all easily accessed RSO operator controls in order to prevent
unauthorized use of the roller-shutter
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Keep the automated RSO system properly maintained, and ensure
that all working areas are free of debris and other objects that could
affect the RSO operation and safety
&
On a monthly basis, check the safety devices for correct
operation
&
All repair and service work to this product must be done by
a suitably qualified person
! This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated in
this documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here,
could compromise the good condition/operation of the product
and/or be a source of danger!
CENTURION SYSTEMS (Pty) Ltd does not accept any liability caused by improper use,
of the product, or for use other than that for which the automated system was designed.
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(Sharecall numbers applicable when dialed from within South Africa only)
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