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Wicomico County Purchasing Department
125 N. Division Street, Room 205
Salisbury, Maryland 21801
INVITATION FOR BID (ITB)
PROJECT:
Sallyport Replacement - Construction
DEPARTMENT: Wicomico County Detention Center
VENDOR:
NAME:
ADDRESS:
BID OPENING:
DATE:
May 30, 2014
TIME:
2:00 PM
There will be a Pre-bid walk-through on May 14, 2014 @ 11:00 AM at WCDC, 411
Naylor Mill Road, Salisbury, Maryland, 21801. All planning on attending must turn all
pre-bid paper work and submit background check forms (see Exhibit B) 72 hours prior to
walk through.
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BID INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Submission of Bids: Two full copies of the bid must be submitted on the bid
form provided in the solicitation. The bid form shall be signed and submitted in a
sealed envelope clearly identified on the outside of all envelopes with the name of
the bid/project and date and time of the scheduled bid opening as indicated in the
advertisement. Electronically mailed bids are not considered sealed bids and will
not be accepted.
Addendums: Bids are subject to change in the form of addendums. Questions can
be addressed in writing to the Purchasing Agent at [email protected]
Bids are subject to change in the form of addendums. Addendums are posted on
the County website at www.wicomicocounty.org under Government:
Departments: Purchasing: the Current Sealed Bids link (left of page) at least 5
days before bid opening.
It is the bidders responsibly to make sure all addendums are included in their bid.
Failure to do so could result in the bid being disqualified.
2.
Delivery of Bids: Bids should be mailed or hand carried to Wicomico County
Purchasing Department, 125 N. Division Street, Government Office Building,
Room 205, Salisbury, MD 21801, in order to be received in the office of the
Purchasing Agent prior to the announced bid opening. Bids received after said
time or delivered to the wrong location will be returned to the bidder unopened.
It is fully the responsibility of the bidder to insure that the bid is received on time.
The County will not speculate as to reasonableness of the postmark, nor comment
on the apparent failure of a public carrier to have made prompt delivery of the bid.
3.
Qualifications: The Bidder must be in compliance with the laws regarding
conducting business in the State of Maryland. Bidder shall provide a copy
Certificate of Status from the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation,
along with their bid, evidencing the Bidder is in good standing with the State of
Maryland. Wicomico County reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to extend
the date this documentation must be provided. The Bidder’s inability to provide
this documentation will result in the bid being rejected.
4.
Descriptive Literature: Descriptive literature fully describing the product bid
(where such literature exists) shall be included with the bid to assist the
Purchasing Department in evaluating the submission. Failure to do so may be
cause for rejection of the bid. Any items, systems or devices supplied in this bid
that are proprietary in nature relative to maintenance, repair, servicing or
updating must be disclosed on the bid form.
5.
Exceptions: Any exceptions to the specifications requested should be listed on a
separate sheet of paper attached to the bid. An exception to the specifications
may not necessarily disqualify the bid. The County will determine if the
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exception is an essential deviation or a minor item. In the case of a minor
deviation, the County maintains the option to award to that bidder if it determines
the performance is not adversely affected by the exception.
6.
Bid Evaluation: If some characteristic of the bid requires that the bid must be
reviewed by the County Council, the award can be expected within 30 days.
Bid tabulations will be posted on the County website at
www.wicomicocounty.org under the Government: Departments: Purchasing: Bid
Archive (left of page). This will typically be done within 24 hours of the bid
opening. Please use this resource rather than calling the Purchasing Office.
Bid evaluations typically take 1-2 weeks.
7.
Award of Bid: The Purchasing Agent shall award a bid to the best, responsive
and responsible bidder complying with the provisions of the Invitation for Bid.
All bid awards are contingent upon available funding.
The Purchasing Agent reserves the right to award a bid by individual items, in
aggregate, or in combination thereof as deemed necessary to fulfill the anticipated
requirements of the County.
All awards over $1000.00 require a Purchase Order to be executed before any
work can be started. Some awards will require a County contract. A sample is
attached if this is applicable.
8.
Approved Equals: In all specifications where a material or article is defined by
describing a proprietary product or by using the name of a vendor or
manufacturer, it can be assumed that an approved equal can be substituted. The
use of a named product is an attempt to set a particular standard of quality and
type that is familiar to the County.
Such references are not intended to be restrictive. However, the County shall
decide if a product does in fact meet or exceed the quality of the specifications
listed in the solicitation. It shall be the responsibility of the vendor that claims his
product is an equal to provide documentation to support such a claim.
8.
Sales Tax: Wicomico County is exempt from being directly charged Federal
excise and Maryland sales tax. A copy of an exemption certificate shall be
furnished upon request. According to the Office of the Comptroller of Maryland,
the Contractor is responsible for paying sales tax on his/her purchases relating to
this project and should incorporate it into his bid.
9.
Delivery: All items shall be delivered F.O.B. destination and delivery costs and
charges included in the bid unless otherwise stated in the specifications or bid
form.
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10.
Insurance: If required by the General Conditions or Terms and Conditions, the
bidder shall provide the County with Certificates of Insurance within ten (10)
days of bid award notification evidencing the required coverage. Bidder must
provide Certificates of Insurance before commencing work in connection with the
contract.
11.
Right to Reject: The Wicomico County Council reserves the right to reject any
and/or all bids or to waive any technicality it deems in the best interest of the
County.
12.
Piggybacking: Wicomico County may authorize, upon request, any
governmental entity (hereafter Authorized User) within the County to purchase
items under the contract awarded pursuant to this bid solicitation. All purchase
orders issued against the contract by an authorized User shall be honored by the
Contractor in accordance with all terms and conditions of this contract. The
issuance of a purchase order by an Authorized User pursuant to this provision
shall constitute an express assumption of all contractual obligations, covenants,
conditions and terms of the contract. A breach of the contract by any particular
Authorized User shall neither constitute nor be deemed a breach of the contract as
a whole which shall remain in full force and effect, and shall not affect the
validity of the contract nor the obligations of the Contractor thereunder respecting
the County. The County specifically and expressly disclaims any and all liability
for any breach by an authorized User other than the County and each such
Authorized User and Contractor guarantee to save the County, its officers, agents
and employees harmless from any liability that may be or is imposed by the
Authorized User’s failure to perform in accordance with its obligations under the
contract.
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GENERAL CONDITIONS
A.
QUALIFICATIONS OF BIDDER AND DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDS
All bidders are to be acceptable to the Owner and shall be skilled in the class of
work for which they bid. Bidders shall furnish in writing, upon demand, a list
giving the date and location of work performed of similar character and
magnitude of that on which they are bidding.
The contractor shall examine the premises and observe the conditions under
which the work will be done, or other circumstances which will affect the
contemplated work. No allowance will be made subsequently in this connection
for any error or negligence on the contractor's part.
The bidders shall familiarize themselves with the total scope of work avoiding
misunderstandings in regard to the nature and character of the work to be
performed (see pre-bid meeting in Specifications).
All work shall be the best of its kind and done in accordance with good standard
practice.
The bidders must adhere strictly to the specifications. Any change or deviation
from the specifications or any detail in which their product or services differ from
these specifications must be examined in detail in a separate letter accompanying
their bids.
B.
GUARANTEE
The contractor shall furnish the Owner with a two-year guarantee of workmanship
and materials, dating from time of acceptance of the project and shall make good
any defects which may occur during that period. If any special guarantees in
excess of the two-year period are specified by the manufacturer, these guarantees
shall take precedence over the two-year period guarantee. Upon completion of
work, and before final payment or release of retainage, submit, and obtain from
each subcontractor, material supplier and equipment manufacture general
warranties and a notarized asbestos free guarantee.
C.
TIME FOR COMPLETION
1. The work contemplated under this contract shall be considered as continuous
and be completed by 120 days from award.
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2. The contractor will not be permitted to work on holidays observed by
Wicomico County or the State of Maryland or on Sundays unless otherwise
authorized in writing.
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3. In case of an emergency which may require that work be done on Saturdays,
Sundays, and Holidays, the contractor shall request permission of the owner to do
so. If, in the opinion of the owner, the emergency is bonafide, permission may be
granted to the contractor to work such hours as may be necessary. Also if in the
opinion of the owner a bonafide emergency exists, the contractor may be directed
to work such hours as may be necessary whether or not the contractor requests
permission to do so. The contractor will be allowed to work eight (8) hours per
day, Monday through Friday, except for holidays, 52 weeks per year. The
contractor shall pay the owner for all costs incurred for inspection services
required for work permitted during holidays, weekends or in excess of eight (8)
hours per day.
D.
PENALTY
If the contractor shall fail to start and complete the project within the time frame
stated above, the Owner shall assess a penalty of $200.00 per calendar day for
each and every day the contractor fails to complete the contract. The Director of
Recreation, Parks & Tourism reserves the option to extend the scheduled
completion date or waive this penalty clause in its entirety if he is of the opinion
that extenuating circumstances deemed such action appropriate.
E.
CHANGES IN WORK
The owner, without invalidating the contract, may order extra work or make
changes by altering, adding or deducting from the work with the contract sum
being adjusted accordingly. All such work shall be executed under the conditions
of the original of the original contract, except that any claim for the extension of
time caused thereby shall be adjusted at the time of ordering such change. The
value of any such extra work or change shall be determined in one or more of the
following ways:
a. By estimate and acceptance of lump sum
b. By unit prices named in the contract or subsequently agreed upon.
F.
ERRORS OR OMISSIONS IN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Should any detail be omitted from the drawings or specifications, or should any
errors appear in either, it shall be the duty of the contractor to notify the owner's
designated construction inspector. In no case shall the contractor proceed with the
work without notifying and receiving definite instructions from the Owner. Work
wrongly constructed without such notification shall be corrected by the contractor
at his own cost.
G.
SAMPLES OF APPROVAL OF SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS
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1. Samples of materials shall be submitted by the Contractor for approval before
such materials are ordered from the manufacturers or distributors and shall be
approved by him before actual work is begun.
2. It is the intention of these specifications to permit all contractors bidding on
this work to secure the fullest amount of competition on the various materials and
specialties names herein. Wherever a material or article is defined by describing a
proprietary product or by using the name of a vendor or manufacturer, the term or
approved equal shall be presumed to be implied unless otherwise stated.
H.
BUILDING INSPECTION
1. The work under this contract shall conform to local building codes, except
where something better is shown or specified.
2. The owner or his representatives may, at any time, enter upon the work and the
premises used by the contractor, and the contractor shall provide proper and safe
facilities to secure convenient access to all parts of the work, and all other
facilities necessary for inspection, as may be required.
3. The owner will appoint such persons as he may deem necessary to properly
inspect the materials furnished or to be furnished, and the work done under the
contract and to see that the same strictly corresponds with the drawings and
specifications. All such materials and workmanship shall be subject to approval
of the Owner. Approval or acceptance of payment shall not be misconstrued as
approval of items or work not in conformance with specifications and drawings
nor shall it prevent the rejection of said work or materials at any time thereafter
during the existence of the contract, should said work or materials be found to be
defective, or not in accordance with the requirements of the contract.
4. Work and material will be inspected promptly, but if for any reason should a
delay occur, the contractor shall have no claim for damages or extra
compensation.
5. The contractor shall pay for all inspection costs necessary to complete the work
which may be incurred to comply with the requirements of any agency other than
the owner, such as a railroad, public service utility company, or any other
governmental agency or any other agency whose jurisdiction affects the work in
any manner unless otherwise specified herein.
I.
PERMITS
The contractor shall give all notices and obtain and pay all necessary permits
required by local laws and regulations for building. State and Federal permits to
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undertake work have been obtained by the owner and accompany these
specifications.
J.
SUPERVISION
1. The contractor shall maintain, at all times during the progress of work, a
competent and experienced supervisor who shall represent the contractor, and all
directions given to him shall be binding. Important decisions of any directions, if
requested by the supervisor, shall be confirmed in writing.
2. Supervision by the owner or his representative does not relieve the contractor
of responsibility for defective work executed under the direct control of the
contractor. Responsibility for defective work rests upon the contractor, whether
discovered by the owner prior to final payment or subsequent thereto.
K.
CLEAN UP
Upon completion of the items within a given location as specified and before
monthly estimates will be paid, the construction area and all other areas occupied
by the Contractor during the construction of said Contract shall be cleaned of all
surplus and discarded materials, bracing, forms, rubbish and temporary structures
that were placed there by the Contractor. Disposal of the aforementioned shall be
the responsibility of the Contractor.
L.
BARRICADES, DANGER, WARNING AND DETOUR SIGNS
The Contractor shall provide, erect and maintain all necessary barricades,
sufficient red lights, flares, danger signals and signs, provide a sufficient number
of watchmen and take all necessary precautions for the protection of the work and
safety of the public.
M.
EXAMINATION OF PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND SITE
Bidders shall make a personal examination of the location of the proposed work
and of the surroundings thereof, and shall thoroughly acquaint themselves with
the details of the work to be done and all the conditions and obstacles likely to be
encountered in the performance and completion of the work. Bidders shall inform
themselves as to the facilities for the transportation, handling and storage of
equipment and materials, and they shall carefully study the plans, specifications
and other conditions under which the work is to be done and as to the character,
qualities and quantities of work to be performed and materials to be furnished,
and be prepared to execute a finished job in every particular without extra charge
whatever, except as may be specifically provided for elsewhere in these contract
documents. No allowance will subsequently be made in this regard for error
and/or negligence on the part of the contractor.
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N.
WORKMANSHIP
1. First class work shall be performed and all materials furnished in carrying out
the contract shall be of character and quality required by the specifications.
Where no standard is specified for such work or materials, they shall be the best
of their respective kinds. Any unsatisfactory work done or materials furnished, at
whatever time they may be discovered, shall be immediately removed and
satisfactorily replaced by the contractor, when notified to do so by the owner.
2. The contractor shall employ only competent labor specifically experienced in
the proposed work. Any employee who is careless, incompetent, disorderly, or
who uses abusive or profane language shall be discharged or removed from the
project on request of the owner.
3. The work shall be under the general supervision of the owner and its duly
appointed field representatives, in accordance with a general plan agreed upon
between the owner and the contractor. The contractor shall appoint a competent
superintendent and necessary foreman for the direct supervision of the work. The
supervisor shall be on the job at all times that the work is in progress, and shall be
available during non-working hours in event of an emergency.
O.
CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS
1. It is a condition of this contract, and shall be made a condition of each subcontract entered into pursuant to this contract, that the contractor and any subcontractor shall not require any laborer or mechanic employed in performance of
the contract to work in surroundings or under working conditions which are
unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to his health or safety, as determined under
construction safety and health standards (Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations,
Part 1926, formerly Part 1518, as revised from time to time, promulgated by the
United States Secretary of Labor, in accordance with Section 107 of the Contract
Work Hours and Safety Standard Act.) (83 Stat. 96).
2. Failure of Wicomico County to inform the contractor of safety violations will
not release the contractor of his responsibilities.
P.
PROTECTION OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC PROPERTY
1. The contractor shall take all necessary precautions to protect the existing
county facilities, whether or not shown on the plans.
2. The contractor shall be held responsible for any damages and the cost of
repairing these damages shall be paid by the contractor.
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BID SPECIFICATION
Wicomico County Department of Corrections (WCDC) will conduct a walk-through on
5/14/2014 @ 11:00 AM giving each individual or company the opportunity to visit the
site of the proposed work in order to fully acquaint them with the existing system. All
contractors to be included in pre-bid walk through must turn all pre-bid paper work and
submit background check forms (Exhibit B) 72 hours prior to walk through.
IMPORTANT: Completed work and all materials are to meet or exceed the NEC,
mechanical State, Locale, County, or any other mandated codes.
SCOPE OF WORK
Wicomico County is accepting proposals for furnishing all material, equipment, labor and
fees necessary to complete the referenced project:
Exit / Entry Gates & Operators Installation Project  Install (1) exit / entry gate & (1) new sally port at gate one with (2) gate operators
 Install (1) exit / entry gate at Gate two with (1) gate operator, and one pedestrian
gate at Gate 2.
 A copy of the proposed gate operator will be in Exhibit “B”.
 Selected contractor will make the necessary repairs to any damage and/or opening
to the gate or property made during the project, if needed.
 Posting of any and all construction signs will be the contractor’s responsibility.
Work will be performed during business hours.
 Selected contractor will be responsible for dust/noise control and run off.
 Any disruption to the area must be pre-approved and coordinated with the Project
Coordinator.
 A site tour is not mandatory although suggested. Specific project areas and details
will be discussed during the site tour only.
 Selected contractor will be responsible for Blue Staking the project area.
 Selected contractor will be responsible for cleaning up daily, securing the project
area (fencing) and any signage, if needed.
 The selected contractor is responsible for field verifications of conditions and
measurements.
 Contractor will be responsible for any fees, permit(s); inspection(s); start-up.
 Any disruption to the area must be pre-approved and coordinated with the Project
Coordinator and performed work after-hours and /or weekends; if needed.
 Contractors are instructed to not make any unscheduled site visits without prior
approval of the Project Coordinator.
 An unscheduled site visit may result in the rejecting of your company bid.
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1. Removal of existing gates and structures.
2. Install new overhead gate track and ground mounted type control.
3. Controller shall be a rail or slide drive controller matching the specs of HySecurity
Slide Drive 50VF 2/3 or approved equal. Contractor(s) must submit preapproval requests
and required documents 10 days prior to bid opening.
4. The new sally port at Gate One will be approx. 15’ tall x 25’ wide x 30’ long that will
need to be constructed, the fence and security mesh will be matched to existing. Gate One
will have Hysecurity gate closures on both gates. The two gates at the two locations will
be 15’ tall x 12’ long. The measurements will be field verified.
5. Gate Two will be approx. 15’ tall x 17’ wide, the fence and security mesh will be
matched to existing. The gates will be constructed to match what is currently installed at
the location; the only change will be the 5’ extension on gate #2.
6. Gate Two will have a pedestrian gate installed which will be 8’ tall x 4’ wide with a
Southern Steel SS-1050SD-2 Solenoid operated electro-mechanical gate lock. The lock
will be supplied by Wicomico County Detention Center. The gate will be installed to
match the pedestrian gates at Gate One. There will need to be a set of wires ran from the
gate to the main control center to control the pedestrian gate. This will match the
pedestrian gates install at Gate One & Three.
7. Remove and replace 4-1/2” post and footers on overhead rail.
8. Remove and replace 6” main post and footers.
9. Remove and replace 4” post and footers on overhead rail.
10. Remove and replace concrete threshold across driveway with guides (Threshold must
be a minimum of 30” to be below frost line).
11. All fabrication of fencing and gates will be done to match existing structure in place.
12. All gates will have signal loop or similar type of signal device to show vehicles
presents and a push button call for foot traffic access.
13. Relocate control wiring and power for gate as required.
14. All electrical work for disconnecting electrical from existing equipment and all
connections to new equipment must be performed by a licensed electrical contractor or
qualified person with contractor’s license covering that scope of electrical work.
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15. All electrical conduits running on the exterior will be rigid with a ¾” minimum trade
size. If conduit is required to be run underground and travels under the driveway;
expansion joints will be required on both side of the driveway.
16. All equipment needed to install new gates and gate openers will be supplied by the
contractor and included in the bid price.
17. The county will provide a location for all metal scrap to go and the county will
recycle all scrap metal.
18. Contractors to provide drawings of proposed installation.
19. All sub-contractors are to be listed called-out.
20. All contractors and crews will be required to pass the background check process.
21. The contractor will be responsible for startup and commissioning of the gates.
22. Provide an optional extended warranty of the equipment.
23. Provide a price for yearly preventive maintenance service or service contractor.
24. Contractor is to list out all warranty periods on equipment and labor.
25. Contractor is to provide OEM manuals for gate controllers
26. Contractor is to provide basic training on gates and controller.
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BID FORM
TO:
Wicomico County Purchasing Department
Government Office Building
125 North Division Street, Room 205
Salisbury, MD 21801
Name: __________________
Date:________________
BID – Sallyport Replacement - Construction
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Unit Price
TOTAL
Gate 1
1
$_______
$_________
Gate 2
1
$_______
$_________
Gate 2 Pedestrian Gate
1
$_______
$_________
Gate 1 Sally Port Gate
1
$_______
$_________
Gate Opener / Controller
3
$_______
$_________
Electrical & Control Wiring
1
$_______
$_________
Installation
$_________
Lot (Shop Drawings, Permits, Submittals, Check and Test, Misc.)
$_________
TOTAL PROJECT COST:
$_________
Additional items not listed above should be an attachment to the proposal. The list above
may or may not be exhaustive and all inclusive. Pricing should include any and all other
products or materials needed as determined through the site visit evaluation. Indicate
price, quantity and description of any items not listed above.
In the event that work needs to be performed during hours not specified in above section,
indicate your hourly rates and hours of operation.
HOURS Price/Person/Hour:
Daytime hours M-F 7:00 am – 3:30 pm $_____________
Evening hours during M-F list hours $____________ $_____________
Weekend hours Saturday-Sunday List hours: $__________ $__________
Any other charges:_____________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
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____________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
OTHER SERVICES: List warranties. WCDC requires a minimum of a one (1) year
warranty for all parts and (3) years for all labor.
Two copies of bid provided?
Yes____
No____
Projected delivery date ______________ Days from placement of order
Addendums Acknowledged (if applicable) - YES ____
Exceptions to the bid specifications
#(s) ______ NO ____
YES____ Attached______
Mfg. Specifications or Cut Sheets provided YES ____
NO ____
Any part of this bid involve proprietary materials? YES ____
NO_____
N/A ____
NO ____
I have read, understood, and agreed to the terms and conditions of all contents of this
BID. The undersigned agrees to furnish the commodity or service stipulated in this BID
as stated above.
Signature: ____________________________________________________
Name: _______________________________________________________
Company: ____________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________
Telephone: _______________________Fax: ________________________
Email: ________________________________________________________
The above individual is authorized to sign on behalf of company submitting proposal.
Proposals must be signed by an official authorized to bind the provider to its provisions
or at least a period of 90 days.
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Exhibit A
WICOMICO COUNTY, MARYLAND
STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This document sets out provisions generally applicable to all Wicomico County (“County”) contracts. The
provisions herein do not constitute a complete agreement, and must be appended to a document, executed
by all parties, which identifies the specific work to be performed, compensation, term, incorporated
attachments, and special conditions, if any. This document and the Contract are intended to be
complementary and shall be construed accordingly. However, should there be a direct contradiction
between the terms and conditions contained herein and the
Contract, then the Contract shall govern and control those contradictory terms and conditions. As used
herein, the term "Department" includes the County, its various departments, unit, agencies, employees or
agents as may be appropriate. The term “Contract” shall include a document entitled “agreement” or any
other title on a document that is denoting a contract. The Wicomico County Executive is the person
authorized to enter into contracts for Wicomico County.
Amendment. This Contract constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and all other
communications prior to its execution, whether written or oral, with reference to the subject matter of this
Contract are superseded by this Contract. No amendment to this Contract shall be binding unless in writing
and signed by the parties.
Subcontracting or Assignment. The benefits and obligations hereunder shall inure to and be binding upon
the parties hereto and neither this Contract nor the services to be performed hereunder shall be
subcontracted, or assigned or otherwise disposed of, either in whole or in part, except with the prior written
consent of the County. The County has the right to withhold such consent for any reason the County deems
appropriate.
Insurance Requirements.
A. Contractor shall obtain, and at all times keep in effect, Commercial General Liability
Insurance in the amounts listed below for its activities and operations. The insurance shall include
coverage for personal injury, discrimination and civil rights violation claims. All such insurance shall
name County, its employees, and agents as ADDITIONAL INSURED. A copy of the certificate of
insurance shall be filed with the County prior to the time this Contract is executed, providing
coverage in the amount of
$1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 general aggregate and $500,000 for property damage.
Coverage shall be written on an occurrence form.
B. Contractor shall provide the County with certification of Workers’ Compensation
Insurance, with employer’s liability in the minimum amount required by Maryland law in effect for
each year of this Contract.
C. All insurance policies shall have a minimum 60 days notice of cancellation. Immediate written
notice to the County shall be required in the event of cancellation or restriction by the insurance
company of any insurance policy referred to in this section.
D. When insurance coverage is renewed Contractor shall provide new certificates of insurance
prior to expiration of current policies.
Payments. Payments to the Contractor pursuant to this Contract shall be made no later than 30 days after
the County's receipt of a proper invoice from the Contractor. If an invoice remains unpaid 45 days after the
invoice was received, interest shall be charged at a rate of nine percent (9%) per annum, in accordance with
state law.
Remedies.
A. Corrections of errors, defect and omissions. Contractor agrees to perform the work as
may be necessary to correct errors, defects, and omissions in the services required under
this Contract, without undue delays and without cost to the County. The acceptance of
the work set forth herein by the County shall not relieve the Contractor of the
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responsibility of subsequent corrections of such errors.
B. Set Off. The County may deduct from and set-off against any amounts due and payable
to the Contractor any back-charges, penalties, or damages sustained by the County, its
agents, employees of recipients of its services, by virtue of any breach of this Contract by
the Contractor or by virtue of the failure or refusal of the Contractor to perform the
services or any part of the services in a satisfactory manner. Nothing herein shall be
construed to relieve the Contractor of liability for additional costs resulting from a failure
to satisfactorily perform the services.
C. Cumulative. All rights and remedies of County and Contractor shall be cumulative and
may be exercised successively or concurrently. The foregoing is without limitation to or
waiver of any other rights or remedies of the County by law.
Responsibility of Contractor.
A. The Contractor shall perform the services with the standard of care, skill, and diligence normally
provided by a Contractor in the performance of services similar the services hereunder.
B. Notwithstanding any review, approval, acceptance or payment for the services by the County,
the Contractor shall be responsible for the professional and technical accuracy of its work, design,
drawings, specifications and other materials furnished by the Contractor under this Contract.
C. If the Contractor fails to perform the services, or any part of the services, in conformance with
the standard set forth in subparagraph A above it shall, if required by the County, perform at its own
expense and without additional cost to the County, those services necessary for the correction of
any deficiencies of damages resulting, in whole or in part, from the Contractor's failure. This
obligation is in addition to and not in substitution for any other remedy available to the County
under the “Remedies” paragraph, or otherwise available by law.
Nondiscrimination. A contractor who is the recipient of County funds, or who proposes to perform any work
or furnish any goods under this Contract shall not discriminate against any worker, employee or applicant
because of religion, race, sex, age, physical or mental disability, or perceived disability. Contractor further
agrees that this provision will be incorporated in all sub-contracts entered into in connection with this
Contract.
Contingent Fee Prohibition. The Contractor, architect or engineer (as applicable) warrants that it
has not employed or retained any person, partnership, corporation, or other entity, other than a bona tide
employee or agent working for the Contractor, architect or engineer, to solicit or secure this Contract, and
that it has not paid or agreed to pay any person, partnership, corporation or other entity, other than a bona
fide employee or agent, any commission, percentage, brokerage or contingent fee or other consideration
contingent on the making of this Contract.
Termination. If the Contractor fails to fulfill its obligations under the Contract properly and on time, or
otherwise violates any provision of the Contract, the County may terminate the Contract by written notice to
the Contractor. The notice shall specify the acts or omissions relied upon as cause for termination. All
finished or unfinished work provided by the Contractor shall, at the County’s option, become the County's
property. The County shall pay the Contractor fair and equitable compensation for satisfactory performance
prior to receipt of notice of termination,
less the amount of damages caused by the Contractor's breach. If the damages are more than the
compensation payable to the Contractor, the Contractor will remain liable after termination and the County
can affirmatively collect damages.
Termination of Contract for Convenience. The performance of work under this Contract may be terminated
by the County, in whole or in part, upon written notice to the Contractor, when the County determines such
termination is in the best interest of the County. The termination for convenience is effective on the date
specified in the County's written notice. The County will pay all for reasonable costs allocable to the Contract
for work or costs incurred by the Contractor up to the date of termination. However, the Contractor shall not
be reimbursed for any anticipatory profits that have not been earned up to the date of termination.
Termination of Multi-year Contract. If the County fails to appropriate funds or if funds are not otherwise made
available for continued performance for any fiscal period of this Contract succeeding the first fiscal period,
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this Contract shall be cancelled automatically as of the beginning of the fiscal year for which funds were not
appropriated or otherwise made available; provided, however, that this will not affect either the County's
rights or the Contractor's rights under any termination clause in this Contract. The effect of termination of the
Contract hereunder will be to discharge both the Contractor and the County from future performance of the
Contract, but not from their rights and obligations existing at the time of termination. The Contractor shall be
reimbursed for the reasonable value of any non-recurring costs incurred but not amortized in the price of the
Contract. The County shall notify the Contractor as soon as it has knowledge that funds may not be
available for the continuation of this Contract for each succeeding fiscal period beyond the first.
Compliance with Law. The Contractor hereby represents and warrants that:
A. It has the power and authority to enter into and perform the Contract, that the Contract, when
executed and delivered, shall be a valid and binding obligation of Contractor enforceable in
accordance with its terms;
B. Its performance under the Contract shall be in a good and workmanlike manner and in
accordance with the professional standards;
C. It is qualified to do business in the State of Maryland and that it will take such action as, from
time to time hereafter, may be necessary to remain so qualified;
D. It is not in arrears in the payment of any obligations due and owing to the County or any
department or unit thereof, including but not limited to the payment of taxes and employee benefits,
and that it shall not become so in arrears during the term of this Contract;
E. It shall comply with all federal, State and local laws, regulations, and ordinances applicable to its
activities and obligations under this Contract;
F. It shall obtain, at its expense, all licenses, permits, insurance and governmental approvals, if
any, necessary to the performance of its obligations under this Contract. Bankruptcy. Upon filing for
any bankruptcy proceeding by or against the Contractor, whether voluntary or involuntary, or upon
the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or assignee for the benefit of creditors, the Contractor must
notify the County immediately. Upon learning of the
actions herein identified, the County reserves the right at its sole discretion either to cancel the
Contract or to affirm the Contract and hold the Contractor responsible for damages. The exercise of
this right is in addition to any other rights the County may have as provided in this County or by law.
Ownership of Documents and Materials.
A. The Contractor agrees that all documents and materials, including but not limited to, reports,
drawings, studies, specifications, estimates, maps, photographs, designs, graphics, mechanicals,
artwork, and computations prepared by or for the Contractor under the terms of this Contract shall
at any time during the performance of the services
made available to the County upon request by the County and shall become and remain the
exclusive property of the County upon termination or completion of the services. The County shall
have the right to use the same without restriction or limitation and without compensation to the
Contractor other than that provided in this Contract. The County shall be the owner for the
purposes of copyright, patent or trademark registration.
B. If the Contractor obtains or uses for purposes of this Contract, or subcontracts for, any design,
device, material, or process covered by letters of patent for copyright, it shall provide an
assignment to the County of ownership for purposes of copyright, patent or trademark and of all
right to possess and to use such design, device, material or process and a legally sufficient
agreement with the patentee or owner, and a copy of such agreement shall be filed with the
County.
C. The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the County from any and all claims for
infringement by reason of the use of any such patented design, device, materials, or process, or
any trademark or copyright, and shall indemnify, protect and save harmless the County, its officers,
agents, and employees with respect to any claim. Action, costs or infringement, for royalties or user
fees, arising out of purchase or use of materials, construction, supplies, equipment or services
covered by this Contract.
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Records. Contractor shall maintain all fiscal records relating to this Contract in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles. In addition, Contractor shall maintain any other records pertinent to this
Contract in such a manner as to clearly document Contractor’s performance hereunder. Contractor
acknowledges and agrees that the County and its duly authorized representatives shall have access to such
fiscal records and all other books, documents, papers, plans, and writings of the Contractor that are
pertinent to this Contract. All such fiscal records, books, documents, papers, plans, and writing shall be
retained by Contractor and kept accessible for a minimum of three years, except as required longer by law,
following final payment and termination of this Contract, or until the conclusion of any audit, controversy, or
litigation arising out of or related to this Contract, whichever date is later. All subcontracts shall also comply
with these provisions.
Independent Contractor.
A. Contractor shall perform the work required by this Contract as an “Independent Contractor.”
Although the County reserves the right to determine the delivery schedule for the work to be
performed and to evaluate the quality of the completed performance, the County cannot and will
not control the means or manner of the Contractor’s performance. The Contractor shall comply
promptly with any requests by the County relating to the emphasis or relative emphasis to be
placed on various aspects of the work or to such other matters pertaining to the work under this
Contract. Contractor is responsible for determining the appropriate means and manner of
performing the work.
B. Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor is not an employee of the County, is not
currently employed by the Federal Government, and is not an officer, employee or agent of the
County.
C. Contractor shall be responsible for all federal or state taxes applicable to any compensation or
payments paid to Contractor under this Contract. Contractor is not eligible for any federal Social
Security, unemployment insurance, or workers’ compensation benefits from compensation or
payments paid to Contractor under this Contract.
D. Contractor agrees to immediately provide the County notice of any claim made against
Contractor by any third party. Contractor also agrees not to assign to any third party, without the
County’s written consent, any obligation of the County to indemnify Contractor for any actions
under this Contract.
Indemnification. The Contractor shall protect, hold free and harmless, defend and indemnify the County
including its officers, agents and employees from all liability, penalties, costs, losses, damages, expenses,
causes of action, claims or judgments (including Attorney’s fees) resulting from injury to, or death of, any
person or damage to property of any kind, which injury, death or damage arises out of, or is in any way
connected with the performance of the work or failure to perform its obligations under this Contract. This
obligation of indemnification shall apply to any acts or omissions, negligent conduct, whether active or
passive, including acts or omissions of Contractor’s agents or employees; except that it shall not be
applicable to injury, death or damage to the property arising from the sole negligence of Wicomico County,
its officers, agents and employees.
Use of County Facilities. Contractor and its employees or agents shall have the right to use only those
facilities of the County that are necessary to perform the services under this Contract and shall have no right
of access to any facility of the County without prior approval of County Administration. County shall have no
responsibility for the loss, theft, mysterious disappearance of or damage to equipment, tools, materials,
supplies, and other personal property of Contractor or its employees, subcontractors or agents which may
be stored on County premises.
Force Majeure. Neither the County nor Contractor shall be held responsible for delay or default caused by
fire, riot, acts of God, County declaration of emergency, or war where such cause was beyond, respectively,
the County’s or Contractor’s reasonable control. The County and Contractor shall make all reasonable
efforts to remove or eliminate such a cause of delay or default and shall, upon the cessation of the cause,
diligently pursue performance of its
obligations under this Contract.
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Third Party Beneficiaries. The County and Contractor are the only parties to this Contract and are the only
parties entitled to enforce its terms. Nothing in this Contract gives, is intended to give, or shall be construed
to give or provide any benefit or right, whether directly, indirectly, or otherwise, to third persons unless such
third persons are individually identified by name herein and expressly described as intended beneficiaries of
the terms of this Contract.
Survival. The terms, conditions, representations, and all warranties contained in this Contract shall survive
the termination or expiration of this Contract.
Time is of the essence. Time is of the essence in Contractor’s performance of each and every obligation and
duty under this Contract.
Severability/Waiver. The County and Contractor agree that, if any term or provision of this Contract is
declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be illegal or in conflict with any law, the validity of the
remaining terms and provisions shall not be affected, and the rights and obligations of the parties shall be
construed and enforced as if the Contract did not contain the particular term or provision held to be invalid.
The failure of either party to enforce any
provision of this Contract shall not constitute a waiver by that party of that or any other provision of this
Contract.
Governing Law. This Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State
of Maryland and Wicomico County without regard to principles of conflicts of law.
Whole Contract. This Contract constitutes the complete and exclusive statement of the Contract between
the parties relevant to the purpose described herein and supersedes all prior agreements or proposals, oral
or written, and all other communication between the parties relating to the subject matter of this Contract.
Counterparts. This Contract may be executed in several counterparts, each of which shall be an original, all
of which shall constitute one and the same instrument.
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Exhibit B
WICOMICO COUNTY
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Security Clearance Sheet
Company Name:
Representative's Name:
Full Name
Date of Birth:
Social Security Number:
Gender:
Race:
Send Security Clearance Sheet at least 72 hours prior to attending
the pre-bid meeting at the Detention Center. Email or Fax to Rick
Konrad: [email protected], Fax: 410-334-3130
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Exhibit C
Spacing
12" to 16"
(31 to 41cm)
GATE POST
FENCE LINE
GATE PANEL
WHEEL COVERS REQUIRED
FOR CANTILEVER GATES
UL 325
1¾" (32mm)
SLIDEDRIVER
DRIVE RAIL
CONCRETE PAD
SITE PREP
Illustrations show:
2" (51mm)
VE
RI
ED
SL
2" (51mm)
p Ground lug
location
p Shim
placement
7¼"
(184mm)
CONDUIT
AREA
ID
14½"
(37cm)
p Drive rail height
p Support posts
MINIMUM CONCRETE DIMENSIONS
20" Wide x 30" Length x 16" Deep
(51 x 76 x 41cm)
R
5"
(127mm)
p Clearance
requirements
p Mounting bolts
OBSTRUCTED AREA
Hydraulic motor location
FACE OF GATE
p Concrete pad
dimensions,
p Conduit
placement
1¾"
(44mm)
MOUNTING BOLTS
Four (4) ½" x 4"
Anchor bolts
CAUTION
1¼"
(32mm)
If you cut, drill, or alter the
chassis, you will void the
1¼" (32mm)
Limited Warranty.
1¼"
(32mm)
2" (51mm)
8"
(20cm)
p Safety mesh
GATE FACE*
Use shims as needed
13" (33cm)
p Wheel covers
26"
SUPPORT POST
SAFETY MESH
CONTINUED....
GROOVED DRIVE RAIL
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GATE
WHEEL COVER
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safety mesh is not shown
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GROUND
LUG
SLIDEDRIVER
SLIDEDRIVER
All models:
(except SD 200)
26" (66cm)
SlideDriver 200:
43¼" in
(109.5cm)
DRIVE
RAIL
Concrete Pad
Concrete Pad
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SUPPORT POST
WHEEL
COVER
Height from top of drive rail to bottom
of gate operator. All models: 9¼" (23.5cm)
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INSTALLATION TIPS
Cover
Clearance issues: ,eave sufÚcient overhead clearance to remove Cover and
open Control Box.
Chassis: Locate rear panel 1¾-inch from the face of fence line. See
illustrations on front page.
Drive Wheel Compression: The red spring on the Toggle Handle Assembly
should be compressed to a height of 2-inches (5cm). Adjust the nut at the
base of the spring to set the proper compression.
Traction: Drill holes to
increase traction where drive
wheels Úrst engage the drive
rail. Other traction considerations: HySecurity XtremeDrive Wheel System.
Lock
(optional)
Loosen
Phillipshead
screws
Drive Rail: Height (9¼-inch from base of operator) must be level within
± ¼-inch over the entire run.
XtremeDrive™ option
Load
Toggle Handle
Handle Position
! WARNING
When released, the toggle
handle drops rapidly. To
avoid injury, keep hands
and fingers out of the toggle
handle release path.
Unload
Compression Spring
Set at 2 in. (51mm) when
Drive Wheels are clamped
on the Drive Rail. (Toggle
handle is in the up/load
position.)
Compression Spring:
Controls drive wheel gripping force.
Coupling Nut:
Adjusts compression spring.
Toggle Handle Assembly
Drive Wheel Compression
Drive Wheels
Drive Rail
Control Box
SlideDriver
Chassis
Toggle Handle
Limit
Switch
Breather Cap
3ft
(91.4cm)
Maximum
distance
Ground lug
Note: Drive Rail aligned
and secure before
adjusting wheel loading.
Vent Plug: Replace with Breather cap before operating the SlideDriver. Air pressure vents through the cap
instead of through the pump seal and helps prevent
rust by allowing condensation to evaporate.
Quick
Disconnects
Ground the operator: The operator must be grounded per NEC, NFPA 780 and local building standards
and codes.
Grade level
Cut-away view
Consult local
codes for
proper depth
Concrete pad
Earth ground
Grounding the Operator
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LIMIT RAMPS & LIMIT SWITCHES
Review illustrations.
4" (10cm)
Spacing (approximate)
U-bolt
Base of Drive Rail
Support Post
Drive Rail
⅜" (9.5mm)
Round-head bolts:
⅜" (9.5mm)
Roller
Must be fully
tightened and
flush before
adjusting Limit
Switch.
Actuating Arm
(Normal position)
Limit Switch
Height
Adjusting
Screw
4"
10 cm)
Limit Ramp
Nut
Standard Limit Ramp
p The standard limit ramp is positioned
on the drive rail so it will make contact
with the limit switch and stop approximately 2-inches (51cm) from the drive
wheel.
p Limit ramps are attached to the underside of the drive rail when the gate is
fully open and fully closed.
Roller
Limit Ramp
Limit Ramp
enters
chassis cutout
Drive
Wheel
Chassis
cutout
Actuating Arm
(Tripped position)
p Two truss head screws secure each limit
ramp to the drive rail. The screws are
spaced about 4-inches (10cm) apart.
2" (51mm)
p The limit switch must be set Ǫ-inch (9.5mm) from the base of the drive rail. A screw on the limit switch allows for slight adjustments in height.
The slow down limit ramp kit (MX3043) replaces 50VF-series limit ramp kits:
MX000669 and MX001335
Tighten Bolts ßush with
drive rail.
All the limit ramps are now the same length.
* MX3043 contains one slow down limit ramp with fasteners. For a 50VF-series
SlideDriver, you will need to order four (4) Slow Down Limit Ramp Kits.
CAUTION
Standard
Limit Ramp
(shown installed)
Be sure to securely fasten all six limit ramps to the underside
of the drive rail when installing a 50VF-series operator.
Slow Down Limit Ramps
(Install on 50VF-series)
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MOTOR AND INPUT VOLTAGE
In-rush Current: The current needed
to start the electric motor spinning
in the proper direction (CCW). It may
take as much as 6 to 9 times the run
current to start one of the heavy duty
operators.
Blue - 480 VAC
Orange - 240 VAC
Input Taps
NOTE: Use a 20A (minimum) slow
kick (thermal) circuit breaker for all
AC motors.
Size the primary wires. Consider the
voltage, hp, and length of the wire
run from the main power panel.
Make sure you have the proper voltage and conversion of voltage taps
at the motor and transformer.
Red - 208 VAC
Black - Common
White - 120 VAC*
* Variable Frequency (VF) operators:
Never connect to the white 120V wire.
Make sure the connection wires match the voltage
found on the operator’s nameplate.
CAUTION
Control Transformer
p The site voltage & operator set up
voltage must be the same. Verify
with a volt meter.
p If needed, change the voltage
within the phase by rewiring the
electric motor and the transformer.
Change the label on the motor and the operator per UL
compliance. Contact HySecurity
for assistance.
SD50VF - series
All (Excluding SD50VF)
SETUP MENU
uC1
When the SlideDriver is installed, power connections made, and the operator turned ON, a setup menu appears. You must set the usage class and gate
handing before the operator will run.
Sh R
Gate Handing is determined by viewing the gate opening from the secure
side. If the gate opens to the left, the gate must be set for left handing.
All SlideDrivers are set at the factory for right handing. If the gate has left
handing, you must swap the position of the hydraulic hoses. See the illustration on page 2. To navigate within Menu mode, use the following chart:
Menu Mode Navigational Buttons
To edit the Menu
To navigate through
the selections
Press Select
Two left character blink
Press Next or Previous
Continue pressing Next to
view all selections
To choose what is To navigate between
on the display
menus
Press Select
Blinking characters
become static
X& = Usage Class. Set the usage class to 1, 2, 3, or 4 depending on the
Four different vehicular usage classes are deÚned by 5L
Information about the classes can be found online through DASTechnical Data Sheets www.dasma.com or 5L 325 www.ul.com
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Previous = press Previous
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site.
325.
MA
6K = Set Handing. 6K = gate disabled, 6K/ = Left hand, 6K5 = Right hand
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Exhibit D
If you can think it,
you can do it
With HySecurity Smart Touch and Smart DC Controllers
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS for Model SlideDriver 50VF2/3-C
(Part # 222 CX3 ST)
Variable Speed Hydraulic Slide Gate Operator
for Gates up to 5000 Pounds (2268 kg)
With Smart Touch Controller
02827 HYS
PART I – GENERAL
1.01. INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION
A. Pre-wired, self-contained, slide gate operator for horizontal sliding gates, including all selected
attachments and accessory equipment.
B. For further information, call the factory at (800) 321-9947.
1.02.
A.
B.
C.
RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE
Fencing: See section 02815.
Cast in place concrete: See section 03300.
Electrical service and connections: See section 16512.
1.03. SUBMITTALS
A. Shop drawings: Submit shop drawings under the provisions of Section 01300. Submit drawings
showing connections to adjacent construction, range of travel, and all electrical and mechanical
connections to the operator. Drawings shall also show the size and location of the concrete mounting
pad. Underground electrical runs and inductive vehicle obstruction loop locations shall be shown on
shop drawings.
B. Installation instructions: Submit two copies of manufacturer's installation instructions for this specific
project.
C. Test reports:
1)
Submit affidavits from the manufacturer demonstrating that the gate mechanism has been
tested to 200,000 cycles without breakdown.
2)
Each operator shall bear a label indicating that the operator mechanism has been tested for full
power and pressure of all hydraulic components, full stress tests of all mechanical components
and electrical tests of all overload devices.
1.04. QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Manufacturer: A company specializing in the manufacture of hydraulic gate operators of the type
specified, with a minimum of ten years experience.
B. Installer: A minimum of three years experience installing similar equipment, provide proof of attending
a HySecurity factory technical training within previous three years, or obtain other significant
manufacturer endorsement of technical aptitude, if required, during the submittal process.
1.05. CODES AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
A. Operators shall be built to UL 325 standards and be listed by a testing laboratory. Complete all
electrical work according to local codes and National Electrical code. All fieldwork shall be performed
in a neat and professional manner, completed to journeyman standards.
B. Current safety standards require the use of multiple external sensors to be capable of reversing the
gate in either direction upon sensing an obstruction. See also 2.02D.
C. Vehicle gates should never be used by pedestrians. Separate pedestrian gates must always be
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provided when foot traffic is present.
D. Current safety standards require gate operators to be designed and labeled for specific usage classes.
HySecurity Model SlideDriver 50VF2/3-C (222 CX3 ST) is listed for use in UL 325 Usage Classes III and
IV only.
1.06. PRODUCT DELIVERY AND STORAGE
A. Comply with 01600.
B. Store products upright in the original shipping containers, covered, ventilated and protected from all
weather conditions.
1.07. WARRANTY
A. Provide a five-year limited warranty against all defects in materials or workmanship. Defective
materials shall be replaced with comparable materials furnished by the manufacturer, at no cost to
the owner. Freight, labor and other incidental costs are not covered under the factory warranty, but
may be covered by a separate service agreement between installing company and the owner.
1)
To ensure validation of warranty, return completed warranty registration form (included in
Installation and Reference manual) to manufacturer.
PART II – PRODUCTS
2.01. GATE OPERATORS
A. HySecurity gate operators model SlideDriver 50VF2/3-C (222 CX3 ST) with Smart Touch Controller,
or other comparable operator, as approved by the architect or specifier. Substitute operators that are
approved will be published in an addendum, not less than ten days prior to bid opening. Requests for
substitution will include the amount of savings to be passed on to the owner.
2.02. OPERATION
A. Operation shall be by means of a metal rail passing between a pair of solid metal wheel or reinforced
composite wheels with polyurethane treads. Operator motors shall be hydraulic, geroller type, and
system shall not include belts, gears, pulleys, roller chains or sprockets to transfer power from
operator to gate panel. The operator shall generate a minimum horizontal pull of 300 pounds (136
kg) without the drive wheels slipping and without distortion of supporting arms. Operator shall be
capable of handling gates weighing up to 5,000 pounds (2,268 kg). The operator shall be speed
controlled by an electronic Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) which will accelerate and decelerate the
gate gradually to prevent shock loads to the gate and operator assembly. The operator shall contain
an Emergency Fast Operation (EFO) mode wherein a separate continuous input allows the operator
to override all safety inputs and run at the EFO speed. The gate velocity during Emergency Fast
Operation (EFO) shall not be less than 3’ (91 mm) per second. The maximum gate velocity of the
Model SlideDriver 50VF2/3-C (222 CX3 ST) shall be selectable between 26” (.66 m) per second and
36” (.91 m) per second. Upon starting, the VFD will gradually accelerate the gate to its maximum
speed and when stopping, gradually reduce gate velocity to less than 1 foot (.30 m) per second,
whereupon a limit switch will stop the electric motor. Two adjustable hydraulic brake valves (one for
each direction) assist in slowing the gate to a precise stop.
B. Standard mechanical components shall include as a minimum:
1)
Supporting arms: Cast aluminum channel. Arms shall incorporate a fully bushed, 1-1/2" (38
mm) bronze bearing surface, acting on arm pivot pins. (item 2 below)
2)
Arm pivot pins: 3/4" (19 mm) diameter, stainless steel, with integral tabs for ease of removal.
3)
Tension spring: 2-1/2" (63.5 mm) heavy duty, 800 pound (363 kg) capacity.
4)
Tension adjustment: Finger tightened nut, not requiring the use of tools.
5)
Drive release: Must instantly release tension on both drive wheels, and disengage them from
contact with drive rail in a single motion, for manual operation.
6)
Limit switches: Fully adjustable, toggle types, with plug connection to control panel.
7)
Electrical enclosure: Oversized, metal, with hinged lid gasketed for protection from intrusion of
foreign objects, and providing ample space for the addition of accessories.
8)
Chassis: 1/4" (6.35 mm) steel base plate and 12 Ga. (2.66 mm) sides and back welded and
ground smooth.
9)
Cover: 10 Ga. (3.42 mm) zinc plated steel with a textured TGIC polyester powder coat finish. All
joints welded. (Cover to include one locking option from list below)
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a)
b)
c)
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Cover shall be prepared to accept a standard 1010 style lock.
Cover shall have T-lock assembly installed.
Cover shall have padlock hasp assembly installed.
10) Finish: Zinc plated steel with textured TGIC polyester powder coat finish, proven to withstand
1000-hour salt spray test.
11) Drive wheels: Two 8" (203 mm) Dia. metal or reinforced composite hub with polyurethane tread.
12) Drive rail: Shall be extruded 6061 T6, not less than 1/8" (3.175 mm) thick. Drive rail shall
incorporate alignment pins for ease of replacement or splicing. Pins shall enable a perfect butt
splice.
13) Hydraulic hose: Shall be 1/4" (6.35 mm) synthetic, rated to 2750 PSI (19 MPa).
14) Hydraulic valves: Shall be individually replaceable cartridge type, in an integrated hydraulic
manifold.
15) Hose fittings: At manifold shall be quick-disconnect type, others shall be swivel type.
16) Hydraulic fluid: High performance type with viscosity index greater than 375 and temperature
range -40F to 167F degrees (-40C to 75C).
17) A zero to 2000 PSI (13.79 MPa) pressure gauge, mounted on the manifold for diagnostics, shall
be a standard component.
18) The hydraulic fluid reservoir shall be formed from a single piece of metal, non-welded, and shall
be powder painted on the inside and the outside, to prevent fluid contamination.
Minimum standard electrical components:
1)
Pump motor: Shall be a 2 HP, 56C, TEFC, three phase, continuous duty motor, with a service
factor of 1.15, or greater. (Note, the VFD converts single phase to drive a three phase motor)
2)
All components shall have overload protection.
3)
Controls: Smart Touch Controller Board with 256K of program memory containing:
a)
inherent entrapment sensor;
b)
built in “warn before operate” system;
c)
built in timer to close;
d)
liquid crystal display for system configuration and reporting of control status
e)
23 programmable user relay output options;
f)
anti-tailgate mode;
g)
built-in power surge/lightning strike protection;
h)
menu configuration, event logging and system diagnostics easily accessible with a PC and
HySecurity’s free START software
i)
RS232 port for connection to laptop or other computer peripheral and RS485 for connection
of Master/Slave systems, interlocking gate systems, or network interface.
4)
Transformer: 75 VA, non-jumpered taps, for all common voltages.
5)
Control circuit: 24VDC.
Required external sensors: See 1.05B. Specify photo eyes or gate edges or a combination thereof to
be installed such that the gate is capable of reversing in either direction upon sensing an obstruction.
Optional control devices (choose one, or more, of the following): card reader, key-switch, radio
control, pushbuttons, vehicle detectors, keypads or seven day timers.
Optional alert devices: Flashing lights or rotating beacon. Configurable audible beacon included as
standard.
Other options (choose from the following list):
1)
Custom color chassis and cover: Zinc plated and prime painted with textured finish coat.
2)
Electric Solenoid gate panel deadbolt lock.
3)
Drive wheel manual release indicator switch.
4)
Heater with thermostat control for cold or damp climates.
5)
Weather-stripped drive rail slot in chassis, and snow wiper blades for drive rail.
6)
Through Beam or Reflective type photo eyes, open and close direction.
7)
Gate edge and transmitter radio reversing device.
8)
HY-5A plug in loop detectors.
9)
Key operated cable manual release (secure side of gate).
10) Pneumatic remote gate release devices. Places operator in "manual mode" from remote
location (lockable box on public side of gate).
11) HySecurity factory drive rail.
12) XtremeDrive System
13) Voltages available: 208/230 VAC single phase 60/50 Hz and 208/230/460 VAC three phase
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Specifications: SlideDriver 50VF2/3-C (222 CX3 ST)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)
60/50 Hz. 115 VAC single phase is not available.
Other models available for gate speeds from 1 to 3 feet (.30 m - .91 m) per second.
Stainless steel chassis and cover, painted, for marine, caustic, or other extreme environments.
Hot dip galvanized chassis and cover, unpainted, for marine, caustic, and other extreme
environments.
Available Modular configuration which includes separate metal enclosure to house electrical
control box, pump, and electric motor assembly.
XtremeDrive: positive rack and pinion type drive that ensures traction in extremes of
environment and load.
2.03. FACTORY TESTING
A. Fully assemble and test, at the factory, each gate operator to assure smooth operation, sequencing
and electrical connection integrity. Apply physical loads to the operator to simulate field conditions.
Tests shall simulate physical and electrical loads equal to the fully rated capacity of the operator
components.
B. Check all mechanical connections for tightness and alignment. Check all welds for completeness
and continuity. Check welded corners and edges to assure they are square and straight.
C. Inspect painted finish for completeness. Touch up imperfections prior to shipment.
D. Check all hydraulic hoses and electrical wires to assure that chafing cannot occur during shipping or
operation.
PART III – EXECUTION
3.01. SITE EXAMINATION
A. Locate concrete mounting pad in accordance with approved shop drawings.
B. Make sure that gate is operating smoothly under manual conditions before installation of gate
operators. Do not proceed until gate panel is aligned and operates without binding.
3.02. INSTALLATION
A. Install gate operator in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions, current at the time of
installation. Coordinate locations of operators with contract drawings, other trades and shop
drawings.
B. Installer shall insure that the electric service to the operator is at least 20 AMPS. Operator wattage is
2400.
3.03. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Test gate operator through ten full cycles and adjust for operation without binding, scraping or
uneven motion. Test limit switches for proper "at rest" gate position.
B. All anchor bolts shall be fully concealed in the finished installation.
C. Owner, or owner’s representative, shall complete “punch list” with installing contractor prior to final
acceptance of the installation and submit completed warranty documentation to manufacturer.
3.04. CONTINUED SERVICE AND DOCUMENTATION
A. Train owner's personnel on how to safely shut off electrical power, release and manually operate the
gate. Additionally, demonstrate the general maintenance of the gate operator and accessories and
provide one copy of "Installation and Reference" manual for the owner's use (a second manual is
available upon request). Manuals will identify parts of the equipment for future procurement. Direct
maintenance personnel to HySecurity’s website, specifically the technical support sections.
NOTE: HySecurity reserves the right to change these specifications at any time, without notice and without
prejudice. Call (800) 321-9947 if you are not sure that you have the latest edition.
NOTE: Operators manufactured by HySecurity are intended for use in controlling vehicular traffic and are not
intended to be used by pedestrians or to control pedestrian traffic. Always install a separate pedestrian
gate.
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Section 1 — Important Safety Information — READ FIRST
Important Safety Information – Review before Installation
Automatic gate operators provide user convenience and security. However, because these machines can
produce high levels of force, it is important that all automated gate system designers, installers and end users
be aware of the potential hazards associated with improperly designed, installed or maintained systems. Keep
in mind that the gate operator is only one component of the automated gate system. It is the joint responsibility
of the specifier, designer, purchaser, installer and end user to verify that the system is appropriately
configured for its intended use. All parties should be informed that entrapment in a moving gate can cause
serious injury or death.
Common
Industry
Symbols
-DangerKeep Away
Attention
-Take Note-
Entrapment
Zone
Possible
Pinch Point
Important Instructions for Gate System Designers & Installers:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, read and follow all instructions
found in the gate operator manual and on the warning labels.
Install an Automatic Gate Operator only when:

The entry is configured for vehicular use only. Pedestrians must be directed to a
separate walk-through entrance. The WARNING signs that have been supplied with
this operator must be installed in a manner clearly visible on both sides of the gate.

All openings of a horizontal slide gate are guarded or screened, from the bottom of
the gate to a minimum of 4 feet (1.2m) height above the ground, to prevent a sphere
2¼ inches (57mm) in diameter from passing through an opening anywhere in the
gate or the portion of the adjacent fence that is covered in the open position.

All exposed pinch points, rollers and wheels are guarded. To reduce the risk
of entrapment, the gate must also be installed so that enough clearance is provided
between the gate and adjacent structures both when opening and closing. Minimize
the parallel gap between the gate and the fence.

The gate has been constructed with physical stops to prevent over-travel in both
directions and has guard posts that prevent the gate from falling in the event of a
roller failure.

You have reviewed and met all ASTM F-2200 and UL 325 automated gate system
standards.
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Sliding Gate
Entrapment Protection
Attention
Guard posts
Photo Eyes for
both directions
Keep this gap as
small as possible
Gate edge
sensors
Physical travel
stop, both ends
Warning signs must be
on both sides
Stop and reset
button
2 ¼” safety mesh
prevents reachthrough: height not
less than 48 inches
Access controls
at least 6 feet
away from gate
and operator
Audio alarm
Gate edge sensor,
on leading edge
and trailing edge
Physical travel
stop, both ends
Photo Eyes for
both directions
each side of gate
Note: Wheels and covers are
not shown. However, all gate
wheels must be covered.
This schematic view is not meant to recommend a specific configuration. It is not meant to point out
the important elements of a proper automatic vehicular gate installation. The gate operator is only
one component in the total system. Always install a separate pedestrian gate.
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Site, Gate, Equipment and Regulatory Requirements

The gate moves freely in both directions. Never over-tighten a clutch or pressure relief valve to
compensate for a stiff gate.

The operator will be installed on the secured (non-public) side of the gate.

The operator will be properly grounded and the intended supply voltage matches the voltage
label on the operator.
The potential for lightning discharge exists with all gates, fences, and gate operators.
National Electric Code (NEC) requires a separate earth ground in addition to the required
equipment ground.
HySecurity recommends grounding the operator with a separate ground rod to shield the
operator against electromagnetism and other electrical signals that may cause erratic operation
with or damage to the Smart DC Controller.
NOTE: If you do not ground the operator with a separate ground rod, you risk voiding the
Limited Warranty.

The gate operation controls have been mounted far enough away from the moving gate such
that users cannot touch the gate while operating the controls. All easily accessible controls must
have a security feature to prevent unauthorized use.

The operator controls will be located in line-of-sight to the gate. Radio controls and other remote
access controls must be connected only to the Remote Open input.

Required external entrapment sensors will be installed. Be certain to carefully review the
instructions for placement, installation and adjustment of these external entrapment sensors.
External entrapment sensors must function to reverse the movement of the gate in both
opening and closing directions. If edge (contact) sensors are used, they are to be mounted
on the leading and trailing edges of the gate, as well as post mounted on the inside and outside
of the gate (See illustration on page 4). If photo eyes or other non-contact sensors are used,
they are to be mounted in locations most likely to guard against entrapment. A combination of
contact and non-contact sensors may be used, but all must be recognized components under
the UL 325 standard. See page 32 for details on the requirements.

If entrapment protection is provided by a continuous pressure actuation control, a placard
stating “WARNING” – “Moving Gate has the Potential of Inflicting Injury or Death - Do Not Start
Gate Unless Path is Clear” must be posted. Additionally, no other activation device shall be
connected and no automatic closing device, of any kind, shall be used.

The automatic operator is labeled as appropriate for both the type and UL usage class of the
gate.
NOTE: Slide Driver 50VF2, 50VF2-EFO and 50VF3 sliding gate operators must be installed
only for Class III & IV applications.
Class I: Intended to serve single to four family residential uses
Class II: Multi-family use, or any application intended to serve the general public
Class III: Commercial applications not intended to serve the general public
Class IV: Highest security. Security personnel prevent unauthorized access

Sliding gate operators installed in Class III & IV applications do not have a speed restriction and
the secondary entrapment sensor requirement is met if the system is configured as described
for Class I & II use, or by the following alternative means, such as:


Employing the use of a 100dB buzzer which sounds at least 3 seconds before the gate
moves.
Employing the use of a constant hold-type push button control.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, read and follow all
instructions found in this manual and on warning labels.
Save These Important Owner and User Instructions:
(Installers – be certain to instruct the owners and users about the
following items.)

Automatic gates are for vehicular use only! Provide walkways and
signs to direct pedestrians to a separate walk-through entrance.
Because an automatic gate can start at any time without warning,
always keep people away from the gate area. The Warning signs that
have been supplied with this operator must remain installed, in
manner clearly visible on both sides of the gate.

Never allow children to use or play with the controls that operate the
gate. Keep all remote controls away from children, especially radio
transmitters.

Teach all users how to turn off the electric power source and how to release and move the
gate manually. Use the manual release only when the gate is not moving.

Test gate operator functionality monthly. The gate MUST reverse direction of travel upon
contact with a rigid object, and/or stop upon a sensing a second sequential activation prior to
reaching a full travel limit. Also test for the normal function of any non-contact sensors. If the
gate system employs the use of a transmitting edge sensor, be especially certain to routinely
test and replace its battery.

KEEP AUTOMATIC GATES PROPERLY MAINTAINED. Have a professional gate installer
perform routine entrapment protection sensor tests. This includes photo eyes and gate edges.
Repair gate hardware when encountered to keep the gate running smoothly. Failure, to make
timely repairs or adjust and test a gate operator properly, can increase the risk of injury or
death.

In addition to appropriately placed external entrapment sensors, ask your installer to reduce
the pressure relief valve setting to the lowest setting allowable that reliably operates the
hydraulic gate. This valve controls the force of the operator, and the sensitivity of the inherent
reversing sensor.

Do not attempt to disable or muffle the Warn Before Operate buzzer, except in Class IV
restricted access locations. This buzzer provides an alert that the gate is about to
move.
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Section 4 — Entrapment Protection Devices for Sliding Gates
Refer to the illustration on page 4.
UL 325 Standard Requirement for Entrapment Protection Devices
Gate Operator Category & Usage Class
Horizontal Slide, Vertical Lift, Vertical Pivot
Swing and Vertical Barrier (arm)
Usage class
Primary typea
Secondary typea
Primary typea
Secondary typea
Vehicular I and II
A
B1, B2, or D
A, or C
A, B1, B2, C, or D
Vehicular III
A, B1, or B2
A, B1, B2, D, or E
A, B1, or C
A, B1, B2, C, D, or E
Vehicular IV
A, B1, B2, or D
A, B1, B2, D, or E
A, B1, C, or D
A, B1, B2, C, D, or E
NOTE: The same type of device shall not be utilized for both the primary and the secondary entrapment protection
means. Using a single device to cover both the opening and closing directions is in accordance with the requirement;
however, a single device is not required to cover both directions. A combination of a Type B1 for one direction and a Type
B2 for the other direction is the equivalent of one device for the purpose of complying with the requirements of either the
primary or secondary entrapment protection means.
aEntrapment protection sensor types:
Type A - Inherent entrapment sensing systems.
Type B1 - A non-contact sensor (photoelectric sensor or the equivalent).
Type B2 - A contact sensor (edge sensor device or the equivalent).
Type C - Inherent adjustable clutch or pressure relief device.
Type D - An actuating device requiring continuous pressure to maintain opening or closing
motion of the gate.
Type E - An inherent audio alarm, which warns a minimum of 3 seconds before operation.
UL Usage Class Information:
The automatic vehicular operator must also be labeled as appropriate for both the type and usage class of the gate.
Installers must verify that the gate operator is labeled for the intended application.
The Usage Classes are:
Class I: Intended for use in a location with one to four single family dwellings, or a parking area associated therewith.
Class II: Intended for use in a commercial location or building such as a multi-family housing unit (five or more single
family units) hotel, garages, retail store or other building servicing the general public.
Class III: Intended for use in an industrial location or building such as a factory or loading dock or other locations not
intended to service the general public.
Class IV: Intended for use in a guarded industrial location or building such as an airport security area or other restricted
access locations not servicing the general public, in which unauthorized access is prevented via supervision by security
personnel.
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Section 4 — Placement & Use of Secondary Pedestrian Entrapment Sensors
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, read and follow all instructions in the gate operator
handbook and on the warning labels.
Automatic gate operators are intended for vehicular use and pedestrians must be routed to a separate main gate.
However, to provide a degree of protection should anyone happen to stray into the area of an automatic gate, sensors are
required. Generally two types of external sensors may be used:

Contact type sensors, such as an edge sensor

Non-contact sensors, such as photoelectric sensors
Current industry standards require the use of either type, or both, of these sensors as a secondary device in Class I and
Class II automatic sliding gate installations because the general public is likely to be present. Although alternative options
exist for Class III and IV installations, we highly recommend the use of external sensors for all automatic gate
applications.
The specifier or installer may choose either photoelectric sensors or edge sensors, or use these devices in combination,
but both the open and closing directions of gate travel must be guarded. The UL 325 standard for automatic sliding gates
specifically requires the following:

One or more non-contact sensors (photoelectric eyes) shall be located where the risk of entrapment or
obstruction exists, such as the perimeter reachable by a moving gate.

One or more contact sensors (edge sensors) shall be located at the leading edge, trailing edge and post mounted
both inside and outside of a sliding gate.

A hard-wired contact sensor shall be located and its wiring arranged so that the communication between the
sensor and the gate is not subjected to mechanical damage.

A contact sensor that transmits its signal to the gate operator shall be located such that the signal is not impeded
by building structures or other obstructions and shall function under its intended end-use conditions.

The contact and non-contact sensors must be tested and labeled as “Recognized Components” under the UL 325
standard in order to be deemed acceptable for use in this application.
Study the entrapment protection schematic and consider your specific installation to determine where the
greatest risks of entrapment exist. Locate edge sensors and/or the photoelectric sensors accordingly. Be certain
that a sufficient number of sensors are used so that both directions of gate travel are properly guarded.
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Section 2 — Technical Drawings
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Section 2 — Technical Drawings
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Section 2 — VFD SlideDriver Limit Switch Placement
30″ limit ramp placed in the
outside channel with the tapered
end toward the wheels and the
flat end out.
An additional 10.5″ doubletapered limit ramp is placed in
the outside channel on the
50VF3 and 50VF2-EFO models.
All operators: 11.5″ limit ramp
placed along the inside channel
with the tapered end toward the
wheels and the flat end out.
Limit Switch
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Section 2 — Limit Ramp Configuration
SlideDriver 50VF2/3
30″ limit ramp placed in the outside
channel with the tapered end toward the
wheels and the flat end out.
11.5″ limit ramp placed along the inside
channel with the tapered end toward the
wheels and the flat end out.
NOTE: For the EFO, refer to
the setup and programming
instructions on page 20.
An additional 10.5″ double-tapered limit
ramp is placed in the outside channel
on the all models.
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Section 5 —Detector Loop Installation
Detector Basics
The vehicle detector passes a small current flow through the “loop” which then becomes an inductive coil.
When a vehicle passes over a loop the detector senses the resultant drop in the inductance, and actuates the detector
output.
Loop Configurations
Configurations differ depending on the application. In parking applications with our StrongArm operator (HTG 320), a loop
may be as small as 4ft x 6ft (1.2m x 1.8m). In traffic applications employing one of our sliding gate operators, or swing
gate operators, the smallest loop should not be less than six feet square.
Rules to Follow for Security Gate Applications
NOTE: Refer to the drawing on page 39.
1. The side of the loop closest to the gate shall be located at least 4 feet (1.2 meters) distant from its line of travel.
2. The shortest side of the loop shall be between 6 and 8 feet (1.8 and 2.4 meters) in length. The longest side of the loop
shall be between 6 and twenty 20ft (1.8 and 6m) in length. For applications that need to span a wide area, use several
smaller loops. Do not exceed a maximum of 200ft² of loop area (61m²) to only one detector.
3. In applications with multiple loops, keep each loop at least 6ft (1.8m) apart. This avoids “cross talk”. It is possible to
have loops closer together by selecting different frequencies. An advantage of using HySecurity model HY-5A
detectors is that problematic “cross talk” is not possible.
4. For greater sensitivity and less chance of false calls caused by the motion of the gate, it is better to use multiple
smaller loops, connected in a series circuit, to one detector instead of one large, single loop.
5. To avoid interference, keep loops at least 2 inches (5cm) above any reinforcing steel. Do not route loop wires with, or
in close proximity to, any other conductors, including other loop leads, unless shielded lead-in cable is used. Never
route high voltage circuits in PVC conduit near a loop.
6. Loop and lead-in wire should be one continuous piece. Avoid splices, if possible. If a splice is necessary for any
reason, “pot” the splice in epoxy or use heat shrink to ensure that the quality of the splice covering is the same as the
original wire jacket.
7. Use only number 14, 16, or 18 gauge stranded wire with a direct burial jacket. Cross linked polyethylene insulation
types, such as, XLPE or XHHW, will last much longer and are less prone to damage during installation than
conventional insulation types. Preformed loops can be used before road surfacing or under pavers.
8. Twist loose tails of lead-in wires tightly, approximately 10 turns per foot (10 times per 30cm).
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9. Follow this guide for the correct number of turns in the loop;
12 to 20 sq. ft = 5 turns (3.6 to 6 sq. meters)
20 to 60 sq. ft. = 4 turns (6 to 18 sq. meters)
60 to 240 sq. ft. = 3 turns (18 to 73 sq. meters)
10. This guide is written from a design perspective, but installation workmanship practices are equally important to insure
proper operation and long loop life. The best way to insure a quality installation is to employ a professional installer
experienced with detector loops. A few important practices are:



The slot in the surface should be cut ¼" wide x 1½" deep (6.3mm x 38mm).
The corners of the cut must be at an angle or core drilled to relieve stress on the wires.
After the wire is installed, the slot must be completely backfilled with a non-hardening sealer.
NOTE: If the loop wires are able to move in the slot after the sealer has set, the detector may give false calls.
Detector Logic
HySecurity recommends that vehicle detectors be used for free open and obstruction sensing logic only. The exception is
in parking applications with our StrongArm operator (HTG 320) where detectors may be also used to close the gate. In
applications employing our swing, vertical lift, or sliding gate operators, closing logic cannot be used. Because of their
slower speeds, closing logic is a poor choice for security gate systems. Since there are several ways that the gate may be
left standing open and because there is a loss of safety, our circuit has not been designed to accommodate “detect to
close” logic.
Loop Diagnostics
The following tests cannot guarantee a functioning loop, but failure of either test means that the loop is definitely suspect,
even though it may still be functioning at the time.
Test #1:
Resistance of the loop and lead-in wire should not exceed 4.0 Ohms.
Test #2:
The resistance to earth, as measured with a 500V “Megger”, should be 100 Megohms or more. Loops may function at 10
Megohms or less but will not be reliable (e.g. when the ground is wet from rainfall). Low resistance indicates broken or
moisture saturated insulation. This is common if inappropriate wire insulation has been used.
See also Detector and Loop Fault Diagnostics on page 43 for additional tests that may be performed with HySecurity
HY-5A detector modules.
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Section 3 —User Menu Functions
Initial Power Up – When power is turned ON, the display will disclose the software revision:
Display Revision Number
2s delay
Displays software version Number, ex. [h2.17]
Operator Status Displays (system data) and accessing the User Menu Settings:
If the gate is stopped in Run Mode, pressing the PROGRAM button accesses the User Menu. When the PROGRAM
button is pressed, the operator status displays (shown in the following chart) scroll past. The scrolling display stops at the
Close Timer setting, which is the beginning of the User Menu.
Operator Status Displays
S1
Time
Description
2s
SLAVE Operator or LEAd Operator (master)
S2
[SLAu] or [LEAd]
[ot 7] Gate type (1-7)
2s
Operator type: 1 =HSG, 2 =HRG, 3 HVG, 4 =HTG,
5 = SW24, 6 = SW38, 7 = 50VF
S3
[_rh_] or [_Lh_] Hand setting
2s
Displays hand configuration [_rh_] or [_Lh_]
S4
[uC _] UL usage class (1-4)
2s
Installer setting of usage class: type 1-4
S5
[d___] 24VDC Buss Voltage
2s
Actual VDC buss voltage
S6
[CC__] Life cycle counter
2s
High digits of 6 digit life cycle counter
S7
[____] Life cycle counter
2s
Last 4 digits of 6 digit life cycle counter
Read through the options available in the User Menu and the Installer Menu on the next page and you can see that the
functions of this gate operator can be configured to suit most any need. Once you have learned to navigate the menus
and how to change a setting, as described in the chart on page 18, the full range of features and choices of the Smart
Touch Controller are available to use. The User Menu contains the basic programmable items and the Installer Menu
contains the more advanced programmable items.
To exit Menu Mode, simply press the PROGRAM button and return to Run Mode.
NOTE: If the display is blinking, you must press SELECT to accept what appears on the display and then press
PROGRAM. Also, the operator automatically returns to the Run Mode if there is no key press activity for two minutes.
User Menu Options
Default
Description
U1
[Ct 0] Close timer setting
0
0 = Close timer off or 1 – 99 seconds
U2
[hC 0] Momentary Close
0
0 = momentary, 1 = Constant hold Close PB required
U3
[ho 0] Momentary Open
0
0 = momentary, 1= Constant hold Open PB required
U4
[AP 0] Power loss function
0
0 – 3 (0=Type A, 1 = B, 2 = C, 3 = D)
U5
[ro 0] Radio control option
0
0 = Open only, 1 = Adds close ability when full open
U6
[bF 2] Warn before operate
2
0 =off, 1 = Buzzer alerts 3s before + in motion,
2 = Buzzer alerts 3s before + 2s in motion
U7
[FA 0] Forced open Alert and
automatic gate reposition
0
0 = disabled, 1 = sound buzzer (2 pulses/sec) if forced
open for more than 4s, time out in 30s
U8
[dA 0] Drift Closed Alert and
automatic gate reposition
0
0 = disabled, 1 = sound buzzer (2 pulses/) if drift closed and
cannot reopen within four seconds.
U9
[PE 0] Photo Eye Align Mode
0
0= off, 1 = on (auto off when close limit triggered)
U10
[CL 0] Clock set (24 hour type)
0
0= display, 1= set minutes, 2= set hours, 3= day, 4= month
U11
[Ld 5] LCD Contrast set
5
1 - 9 = Adjusts contrast of the display
U12
[dS 0] Data Log
0
0 = Std. 1 = Extended (reset to 0 in 24 hr) (V4.xx software)
These notes refer to the menu above:
S1 Appears only if the operator is configured as a master or a slave unit.
U1 Close timer setting does not appear when set for constant contact close function.
U4 Power loss function only appears if factory has provided DC battery-type operator.
U6 NEVER disable (turn off) the Warn Before Operate buzzer per UL 325 regulations.
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The User Menu functions shown in the chart on previous page are described in more detail on this page.
User 1 [Ct _] Close timer setting: Assign how many seconds before the open gate initiates closure. Keep the setting
at 0 if a hard-wired, push-button control device is being used.
NOTE: The CLOSE TIMER display does not appear when the HOLD TO CLOSE is set to 1.
User 2 [hC 0] Momentary Close: Set to 0 produces a gate closure when a momentary signal is transmitted.
Set to 1 if a constant hold to close signal, such as a push-button control, is being used. A setting of 1 also deactivates the
automatic close timer and causes its menu to disappear. You must set HC to 1 to comply with UL 325 Type D protection.*
User 3 [ho 0] Momentary Open: Similar to HOLD TO CLOSE, but configures the OPEN push button for a constanthold function. 0 = Momentary open signal. A setting of 1 means a constant hold open push button is required. You must
set HO to 1 to comply with UL 325 Type D protection.*
User 4 [AP 0] Power loss function: This menu item only appears if the operator is a DC battery-powered (UPS)
version. Configures the gate function that will occur if AC power fails.
User 5 [ro 0] Radio control option: Configures radio input for open only (0) or at setting 1 adds the capability for
radio input to close the gate when it is fully open.
User 6 [bF 2] Warn before operate: Controls the warn-before-operate buzzer and can be configured three ways:
Set to 1: Buzzer beeps for 3 seconds before gate motion begins and continues through entire gate travel.
Set to 2: Buzzer beeps for 3 seconds before gate motion begins and continues for 2 seconds of gate travel.
Set to 0: Buzzer is disabled. Set at 0 the buzzer will still beep when alerts, faults, errors, or entrapment are detected.
WARNING: Do NOT cut the wires to the buzzer or unplug it as the operator will not be in compliance with UL 325.
Failure to comply may result in serious injury or death.
User 7 [FA 0] Forced open Alert and automatic gate reposition: Intended for highly secure facilities. Set to 1, the
operator sounds the 3-second “warn before operate” buzzer alarm, and then initiates a closure if the gate is forced open
and the closed limit switch disengages. The motor restarts to secure the gate. If the gate does not fully close within 4
seconds, the motor turns off and the alert buzzer sounds for 30 seconds. The display shows .
User 8 [dA 0] Drift Closed Alert and automatic gate reposition: Set to 1, the operator sounds the 3-second “warn
before operate” buzzer alarm and initiates an open command if the gate is forced, or drifts, off the open limit switch. The
motor starts to reopen the gate. The motor runs for a maximum of 4 seconds and, if the gate is not fully open at the end of
this period, the buzzer sounds for 10 seconds. The display shows .
User 9 [PE 0] PE Alignment Mode: When set to 1, the operator serves as an aide in photo-eye transmitter/receiver
alignment. The buzzer chirps once when the emitter and receiver are not aligned. When the emitter and receiver are
aligned, the buzzer chirps twice. If they go out of alignment again, the buzzer will chirp once. The Alignment Mode is reset
with a close-limit input or reset input.
User 10 [CL 0] Clock and date set: The Smart Touch Controller is equipped with a 24 hour 365 day clock; thus events
of significance are logged and stamped with the time and date. This feature is useful to read historical operation data,
which can be accessed with a computer via the USB or RS232 port. To set or adjust the hour, minute, day or month, see
page 31.
User 11 [Ld 5] LCD Contrast set: Under some extreme high or low temperature conditions, it may be necessary to
adjust the contrast of the LCD display. The display is adjustable from 0-9 with a factory default setting of 5.
User 12 [dD 0] Extended Data Log: Set this item to 1 to record all gate operator open and close events, in addition to
the normal alert, fault and error logs. This parameter automatically resets to the default 0 (off) after 24 hours, which is
useful when experiencing intermittent problems. Set to 0, the Smart Touch Controller logs pertinent gate operator events
such as faults, errors, or menu manipulation.
*NOTE: For gate operators using Type D entrapment protection, an automatic closing device (such as a timer, loop
sensor, or similar device) shall not be employed.
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Section 3 —Installer Menu Functions
The Installer Menu is accessed by entering the User Menu first [], and then pressing the RESET button and the
OPEN button simultaneously. The display reverts to the usage class [] which is the first menu item in the Installer
Menu.
Installer Menu Options
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9
I10
I11
I12
I13
I14
I15
I16
I17
I18
I19
I20
I21
I22
I23
I24
I25
I26
I27
I28
I29
I30
I31
I32
I33
I34
I35
I36
*See
[uC 0] Set UL Usage Class
[Sh 0] Set Handing of gate
[Fd 0] Load Factory Defaults
[bu 0] Choose Buzzer
[dg 0] Set dual gate type
[SG 0] Set sequential gate
[Ch 0] Set AC Charger or Solar
[Fo 0] Enable Fire Dept. Open
[oC 0] Enable Emergency close
[SE 3] Inherent Entrapment Sensor
[SS 0] Inherent Sensor function
[LC 0] Leaf delay Close
[Lo 0] Leaf delay Open
[rt 0] Maximum run timer
[Po 0] Partial Open distance
[EC 0] PEC reverse to open
[EO 0] PEO reverse to close
[gr 0] Edge reverse to open
[Sr 1] IES reverse to open
[PC 0] Set PEO/ PEC – NO/NC
[gC 0] Set Edge input – NO/NC
[tC 1] Time clock/ Interlock input
[dt 0] Disable Free Exit/Close Timer
[or 1] OOLD detector function
[ir 1] IOLD detector function
[dL 1] Vehicle detector logic
[r1 0] User relay 1 option
[r2 0] User relay 2 option
[r3 0] User relay 3 option
[t L 0] Gate Open alert
[Lt 0] Loitering alert
[SA 0] System Address
[ELd0] Test factory ELD*
[iLd0] Test factory IOLD*
[oLd0] Test factory OOLD*
[SLd0] Test factory SLD*
Default
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
6
1
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
Description
0 = gate disabled, Set Class 1 through 4 use
0 = gate disabled, r = Right Hand, L = Left Hand
0 = User settings, 1 = Load defaults (resets full menu)
0 = Buzzer not set, 1 = Freq 1, 2 = Freq. 2
0 = Solo operator, 1 = Slave, 2 = Master, 3 = Sally PortA, 4 = Sally PortB
0 = not active, 1 = Loop Layout #1, 2 = Loop Layout #2
0 = DC + AC charger 1 = DC + Solar charger
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
1 = maximum sensitivity, 9 = Lowest sensitivity
1 = stop only (note, functions in usage class 4 only)
0 = none (1-7) ½ second steps (Master/Slave only)
0 = none (1-7) ½ second steps (Master/Slave only)
0 = 60 Seconds max run, 1 = 300 Seconds max run
0 = none, or 7 – 99 seconds
0 = Close eye stops only, 1 = 2 sec reverse to open
0 = Open eye stops only, 1 = 2 sec reverse to close
0 = Edge reverses fully open, 1 = 2 sec reversal only
0 = IES reverses fully open, 1 = 2 sec reversal only
0 = Normally Open PE output, 1 = N.C. (supervised)
0 = Normally Open Edge output, 1 = Normally Closed
0 = select Time Clock, 1 = select Open Interlock
0 = disable Free Exit, 1 = disable Close Timer
0 = pause closing only, 1 = enable reversing to open
0 = pause closing only, 1 = enable reversing to open
1 = std, 2 & 3 = quick close, 4 = full anti-tailgate*
0 = disabled, 1 – 24 = see output options page 30
0 = disabled, 1 – 24 = see output options page 30
0 = disabled, 1 – 24 = see output options page 30
0 = 0 sec, 1=15s, 2=45s, 3=75s, 4=105s, 5=135s
0 = 0 sec, 1=15s, 2=45s, 3=75s, 4=105s, 5=135s
0 = Off, 1-99 = Network “Drop” Address (RS-485)
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
0 = Run mode, 1 = show freq, 2 = show call level 0-7
page 43 for description of Vehicle Detector & Loop Fault diagnostics
If you wish to restore the factory default settings, go to menu item [] and change the setting to 1, then press
the PROGRAM button. The entire menu will reset to the factory defaults. You will need to reprogram the operator
if you want it to recognize any settings other than its factory defaults.
These Notes Refer to the chart above:
I1, I2, I3a These settings must be configured before the gate operator can function. Once set, the User and Installer
Menu items become accessible as well
I3a The Option bu=0 only appears if the Controller has been reset to factory default settings
I5 These settings appear only if the factory has provided a DC powered gate operator
I9 IES stop only setting [SS __] does not appear unless set as a class 4 operator
I10, I11 These settings appear only if the Installer Menu is set for Master / Slave function
I27, I28 These settings appear only if the Installer Menu has set relays r1-r3 for these alerts
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Section 3 —Installer Menu Functions
The Installer Menu functions shown in the chart on previous page are described in more detail on the next few pages.
Installer 1 [] Set UL Usage Class: Assign the operator’s Usage Class designation per UL 325 standards. The
installer must designate a usage class before the operator will function. See page 19.
Installer 2 [] Set Handing of gate The handing determines which way the gate opens as you view it from the
operator side. The installer must designate a left or right handing before the operator will function. See page 19.
Installer 3 [] Load Factory Defaults: Globally restores all menu settings back to new machine status. To
activate, change the setting from 0 to 1 and press the PROGRAM button. Note that if the factory defaults are reinstated,
the UL usage class, handing, and buzzer type will need to be set again.
Installer 4 [] Select Buzzer Type: Selects the type of audible buzzer installed on the machine. To set, press the
SELECT button; the display flashes 0. Press OPEN and listen to the buzzer volume, and then press OPEN again and
listen to the buzzer volume. If the volume increased, press SELECT to change to the louder volume. If the volume
decreased, push CLOSE to retain the louder volume then push SELECT to lock in the louder volume.
Installer 5 [] Set Solo, Master/Slave type, or Sally Port: Programs and establishes communication protocols
when wiring two operators as dual gates in a Master/Slave or Sally Port site configuration. This menu item appears when
the sequenced gate menu item () is set to 0 (off). Settings: 1 = Slave, 2 = Master, 3 = Sally Port A, 4 = Sally Port B
Installer 6 [] Set Sequential Gate status: Programs and establishes communication protocols when wiring two
operators as sequential gates. This menu item appears when the sequenced gate menu item () is set to 0 (off).
Settings: 1 = Loop layout #1, 2 = Loop Layout #2
Installer 7
[] Set AC Charger or Solar: Appears on 24VDC battery (UPS) machines only.
Installer 8 [] Enable Fire Dept. Open: Enables the Fire Department Open input. When set to [], overrides
vehicle detectors, photo eyes and gate edges to open a gate. A reset (or two open commands) is required before the
gate can be closed.
Installer 9 [] Enable Emergency Close: Enables the Emergency Close input. When set to [], overrides
vehicle detectors, photo eyes and gate edges to close a gate. A reset is required before the gate can be opened.
Installer 10 [] Inherent Sensor sensitivity: Adjusts the sensitivity of the internal inherent sensor. Available
settings are 1-9 with 9 being the least sensitive.
Installer 11 [] Inherent Sensor function: Only available in UL Class 4 Gate Operators and allows an option
whereby the inherent sensor will only stop the gate.
Installer 12 [] Leaf delay Close: Only appears if the Gate Operator is set up as a Master or a Slave. Available
settings are 1-7. Each increment adds ½ second, to a maximum of 3½ seconds time delay, before the operator activates
when commanded to close.
Installer 13 [] Leaf delay Open: Only appears if the Gate Operator is set up as a Master or a Slave. Available
settings are 1-7. Each increment adds ½ second (with a maximum of 3½ seconds) time delay following a command to
open before the operator activates.
Installer 14 [] Maximum run timer: Allows an optional setting of 300 seconds if changed to [] as opposed to
the maximum run timer default setting of 60 seconds.
Installer 15 [] Partial Open distance: Activates the partial open input and allows an adjustable distance by setting
the open duration. The available time settings are 7-99 seconds. The default setting [] leaves this input inactive.
Installer 16 [] PEC (photo eye close) reverse to open: The default setting is non-reversal if the close photo eye is
triggered. The optional setting of [] will cause the gate to reverse to open for two seconds if triggered while closing.
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Installer 17 [] PEO (photo eye open) reverse to close: The default setting is non-reversal if the open photo eye
is triggered. The optional setting of [] will cause the gate to reverse to close for two seconds if triggered while opening.
Installer 18 [gr 0] Edge reverse to open: The default setting is to reopen fully. The optional setting of [] sets the
gate at a 2-second reversal if triggered while closing.
Installer 19 [] IES (inherent sensor) reverse to open: The default setting is a 2-second duration reversal if the
inherent sensor is triggered. The optional setting of [] will cause the gate to reopen fully if triggered while closing.
Installer 20 [] Set PEO/ PEC – NO/NC: The default setting is photo eyes with Normally Open outputs. The
optional setting [] will require a Normally Closed (NC) output. If set for NC, the connection is also supervised and any
open or short circuit fault will generate a FAL2 alert, which requires a Stop button reset to re-enable any function if
triggered.
Installer 21 [] Set Edge input – NO/NC: The default setting is edge sensor with Normally Open (NO) outputs. The
optional setting [] will require a NC output..
Installer 22 [] Time clock / Interlock input: This menu item configures the input at terminal #7 to be either for the
gate interlock function, as described on page 29, or for an external time clock to open input. The default setting is [
for the interlock function.
Installer 23 [] Disable Free Exit / Close timer: Configures the input at Terminal No. 9 on the controller circuit board
to disable either the Free Exit Detector on terminal #8, or the Timer To Close function. Default setting is [] allowing
disabling of the free exit detector.
NOTE: The free exit is disabled when the gate is at its closed limit. If the closed limit is not tripped, the free exit continues
to work.
Installer 24 [] OOLD (Outside Obstruction Loop Detector) function: The default is for full reversal when the
OOLD is triggered. The optional setting [] causes the gate to only pause when triggered. Gate closure begins as
soon as the loop is clear again.
Installer 25 [] IOLD (Inside Obstruction Loop Detector) function: The default is for full reversal when the IOLD
is triggered. The optional setting [] causes the gate to only pause when triggered. Closure begins as soon as the
loop is clear again.
Installer 26 [] Vehicle detector logic: Configures quick close and anti-tailgate logic. There are four modes. See the
full description on page 44.
Installer 27, 28, 29 [], [], [] User output relay 1 - 3 options: Configures the function of the three user
output relays. The choices are described in detail starting on page 30.
Installer 30 [] Gate Open alert: Adjusts the time delay before activating the user relay function #8, described on
page 30. Time settings up to 135 seconds.
Installer 31 [] Loitering alert: This menu item is to adjust the time delay before activating the user relay function
#13, described on page 30. Time settings up to 135 seconds.
Installer 32 [] System Address: Sets the system address for network communication; 0 = no network
communication, 1-99 sets individual poling addresses. Requires v4.24 software or higher.
Installer 33 [] Factory ELD: Controls the HY-5A Free Exit detector, see page 43.
Installer 34 []
Factory IOLD: Controls the HY-5A IOLD detector, see page 43.
Installer 35 [] Factory OOLD: Controls the HY-5A OOLD detector, see page 43.
Installer 36 [SLd]. Factory SLD: Controls the HY-5A Shadow detector, see page 43.
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Section 3 —Options for User Programmable Output Relays 1-3
The Smart Touch Controller is able to interface with many types of external devices through the use of three userprogrammable output relays. All of the output functions described below are accessible in the Installer Menu under the
selection [r1__], [r2__] and [r3__].
NOTE: The User Relays will operate normally to less than 18VDC.
Access the Installer Menu and program the output relays according to the following steps:
1. Select the relay you wish to use; either [r1__], [r2__] or [r3__].
2. Enter the appropriate function using the associated number listed in the table.
1. Close limit output: Creates an interlock signal to another operator’s interlock input, or simply to indicate that the
gate is secure. The relay is released when the fully-closed limit switch is tripped. The relay is energized when the
fully-closed limit is released.
2. Close limit pulse output: Used in a sequenced system to command a second machine to close. Generates a brief
pulsed output that occurs when the close limit is triggered.
3. Open limit output: Indicates a fully-opened position. This output becomes active when an open-limit is triggered
and releases when the open-limit is released.
4. Open limit pulse output: Trips a sequenced barrier arm gate operator to open. Generates a brief pulsed-output
when the open-limit is triggered. An additional pulse is also generated with any new open command even when the
gate is already fully-opened.
5. Warn before/during operate output: Controls an external warning device. This output operates at the same time
as the internal warn before operate buzzer.
6. Gate Lock output: Controls external solenoid locks or magnetic locks. In both directions of travel, this output is
activated about 7/10ths of a second before the operator starts moving the gate and remains active while moving as
well as for a few seconds after stopping.
7. Gate forced open output: Activated if the gate is forced off the closed limit switch and operator is not able to restore
the gate to full closed within four seconds. This alarm resets itself in 30 seconds.
8. Gate open too long output: Activates when the gate is open longer than a user-selected period of time. Adjustable
from 0 delay to 135 seconds delay in 15-second time increments. Installer Menu I30
9. Safety Mode Alert output: Activated when system is in the Safety Mode or the Entrapment Mode. Safety Mode
occurs upon an impact with an obstruction. Entrapment Mode means the gate is stopped and occurs if the internal
inherent sensor triggers while the system is in the Safety Mode.
10. Entrapment Mode Alert output: Activated only when system is in the Entrapment Mode.
11. Unauthorized Vehicle Entry output: Activated when one or more of the relay options has been programmed for
Tailgater activation. If that is the case, then while the gate remains unsecured and the OOLD and then the IOLD are
both tripped in that order for a second time without a renewed open command, a tailgater alert output is generated
on the configured relay to warn of an unauthorized entry. This can happen only if loops are installed properly. The
maximum distance (span) between loops is 8 feet (2.4 meters). This output releases when an access control input
signals open or the gate reaches the close limit position.
12. Outside Obstruction Vehicle Detector output: Interlocks an entry device to prevent pedestrian use. This output is
active whenever the OOLD is tripped.
13. Special output from “OOLD” only when gate is closed: Annunciates a vehicle or indicates loitering. Adjustable
from 0 delay to 135 seconds delay in 15-second time intervals. Installer Menu I31
14. Gate nearing full travel output: Applies to operators with RPM sensors only. Activated when the gate is three feet
from full travel in both the open and close directions. This output is used to reduce the sensitivity of a proximity
sensor near the ends of gate travel.
15. Gate Failure output: Activated to report occurrence of a problem. Indicates the system in an Error Mode, Fault
Mode or Entrapment Mode. If active, the gate is disabled.
16. Motor Running output: Active when the motor is running and the gate is in motion.
17. AC Power Failure output: This relay is normally energized and drops with loss of AC power. This output is also
active on DC machines when the battery charger is off.
18. DC Power Failure output: Activated when the battery power is very low, but the output ceases when the battery is
dead. The relay is triggered when the battery is less than 20 VoltsFlasher Relay: Controls flashing lights that pulse
once per second. The relay is constantly activating except when the open limit switch is triggered.
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19. Flasher Relay: This output is intended to control flashing lights that pulse once per second. This relay is flashing all
the time, except when the open limit switch is triggered.
20. Free Exit Loop Vehicle Detector output: Available with software version h3.23 and higher. Active whenever the
ELD is tripped.
21. Inside Obstruction Vehicle Detector output (available in h3.23 and higher software): Activated when the Inside
Obstruction Vehicle Detector (IOLD) is tripped.
22. Reset/Shadow Loop Detector output: (Not used in SlideDriver.) Activated when the Reset or Shadow loop
detector (RLD/SLD) is tripped. Since this input it not used for a sliding gate, User Relay 22 can be used in
combination with a detector to perform the function of an arming-loop detector or annunciation-loop detector because
there is no associated gate control logic.
23. Gate Lock Output: Available with software version h3.25 or h4.23 and higher. Activates when the Lock Interlock
Input (Terminal No. 22) is active at the start of an Open cycle and remains on until the Lock Interlock releases or 10
seconds passes, whichever is sooner. Also, activates at the start of a Close cycle and releases 1 second after
reaching the Close limit..
24. Gate at Partial Open Position: Available with software version h3.25 and higher. Active when the partial open
position is reached or exceeded.
25. DC Power Alert: Deactivates when the software detects a low battery voltage (below 21VDC, but greater than
18VDC) for a duration of 2 seconds or more. To slow battery drain, accessory power loads are shed.
Clock Functions
Setting the Time and Date
The Smart Touch Controller is equipped with a 24 hour (military time), 365 day clock, so that significant events can be
logged and stamped with the time and date. This troubleshooting feature is useful to record key historical operational
data and a log of Alerts, Faults and Errors. The log can be accessed via the RS232 port. Optional software and a serial
communication cable are required in order to read this log. Contact your HySecurity distributor or HySecurity to purchase
software and download cable*.
1. To set or adjust the time, go the User menu item [] and push the SELECT button, so that [] blinks. Using
the PREVIOUS and/or NEXT buttons, change the setting from [] to 1, 2, 3 or 4 depending upon which setting
is to be changed. 1 = minutes / 2 = hours / 3 = days / 4 = months.
2. Push the SELECT button. The display will change to a blinking (adjustable) value. Different displays will appear
(see table below) based on which [] value is selected:
Setting
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
Value
minutes
hours
days
months
Run Mode
Display
[ni 0–59]
[hr 0–23]
[dA 1-31]
[no 1-12]
None
3. Change the hour, minute, day or month to the desired value using the PREVIOUS and/or NEXT buttons, then
press the SELECT button to enter the change. [] will appear.
4. To change another setting, Press the SELECT button, (display will blink), then move to that setting using the
PREVIOUS and /or NEXT buttons and repeat steps 2 and 3 until the clock is fully set.
5. When finished, be sure [] is displayed, then push PROGRAM to exit.
6. A lithium disk battery supports the clock so that the time is not lost when the main power is off. This battery
should be replaced about every five years. Use a DL 2025 / DL 2032 or CR 2025 / 2032 battery.
* START Configuration and Diagnostic software is available at no charge from our website – www.hysecurity.com. A
serial communication cable and USB adaptor (Part MX000667) can be ordered through your HySecurity distributor.
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Section 3 — Wiring Control Inputs
1. Test the open and close function of the gate before wiring to accessory devices (external control inputs). This makes it
easier to troubleshoot if an unexpected functionality arises. The Smart Touch Controller has a tact button you can
push which lights an LED next to the active inputs. This button is in bottom left corner of the Smart Touch Controller
board.
2. All the Smart Touch Controller inputs listed below are shown as a single input. The second wire is connected to the
Common Terminal Bus (COM) on the Smart Touch Controller.
NOTE: The Emergency Close and Fire Dept. Open inputs are an exception and require a +24V input. The +24V is
located on the spade terminals next to the Common Bus. Refer to the photograph on the next page.
Smart Touch Controller Inputs
1.
2.
3.
4.
*Stop Push button N.C. input, jumper to Common if unused
*Open Push Button Not for radio or remote access controls
*Close Push button Not for radio or remote access controls
Remote Open & Radio Control For radio / remote open device –
Program to Close using Smart Touch Controller keypad
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Open/Close button Pushbutton or radio controls
Partial Open Installer adjustable from 7- 99 seconds
Open interlock input or Time clock Open programmable
Free Exit vehicle detector
Disable Free Exit vehicle detector or Timer to Close
Free Exit is only disabled if Close Limit Switch is tripped. If the gate is
partially opened, the Free Exit detector will trigger the gate to open fully.
Inside Obstruction vehicle detector Inside reversing loop
Outside Obstruction vehicle detector Outside reversing loop
Shadow/Reset vehicle detector Shadow function used for Swing
gates only - Reset function is for Arm gates
Edge Sensor One input works for both travel directions
Photo eye Common Power
24V common connection for open and close photo eyes
Photo eye Open direction
Photo eye Close direction
Charger AC power loss Only used in DC, battery type operators
Spare Input Software ≤ h3.26,- non functional,
Gate Lock Interlock Input Software > h3.26, prevents start until
external gate lock releases
**Emergency Close Must menu enable and input +24 Volts to trigger.
Requires constant hold or maintained input. This overrides photo eyes,
gate edges & vehicle detectors.
**Fire Dept. Open Must menu enable and input +24 Volts to trigger.
Overrides photo eyes, gate edges, and vehicle loops.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14-15.
17.
19.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Tact button
CAUTION: *Only connect an external control to terminals #1, 2 or 3 when the controls are located in clear
view of the entire gate area. For controls that need not be in line of sight, use input terminals #4, 5, 6 or 7.
**The Emergency Close and Fire Dept. Open inputs are to be used only if access to these controls is guarded and
supervised.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
1. Warranty.
Hythat at the time of sale each of its products will,
in all material respects, conform to its then applicable specification and will be free from defects
in material and manufacture
THESE ARE THE ONLY WARRANTIES GIVEN BY HYSECURITY AND
ARE IN PLACE OF ALL OTHERS.
not a part of the base model. HySecurity disclaims all warranties for such accessory components,
which carry only the original warranty, if any, of their original manufacturer. HySecurity hereby
assigns its rights under such manufacturer warranties to the extent that such rights are
assignable to Buyer.
User of the product following installation. They do not extend to subsequent purchasers.
Dealer/Installers or First Users may receive a replacement HySecurity Warranty form by calling
HySecurity at 800-321-9947.
The term of these
additional warranties is determined by whether (1) the product is purchased through an authorized
HySecurity distributor and (2) whether a timely and complete warranty registration is submitted to
HySecurity. It is therefore important that you register your product with HySecurity within the
60 day period described below.
1(a) Five Year / Seven Year Warranty Items (Registered Gate
Operators Purchased from Authorized Distributors)
For any gate operator product that is purchased from an authorized HySecurity
distributor (this excludes product purchased through internet resellers or any distributor
not authorized by HySecurity), if the online Warranty registration is completed at
www.hysecurity.com/warranty within 60 days of the date of purchase by the dealer/installer
or if the warranty registration form sent with every HySecurity gate operator is completely filled
out and returned to HySecurity within the same 60-day period, the following
Warranty terms will apply: HySecurity will warrant that the product will remain serviceable for
the following periods:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Hydraulic Gate Operators: Five Years or 500,000 gate cycles (whichever occurs first) after
the date of installation, or
Electromechanical operators: Five Years after the date of installation unless
installed in a single family residential application, in which case the warranty
term shall be Seven Years after the date the product is shipped from
HySecurity; provided that the Five Year warranty period will not extend
beyond Seven Years from the date that the product was shipped from
HySecurity. This warranty does not apply to the components described below,
which have the shorter warranty period indicated:
Hydraulic Gate Operator Drive Wheels: Two Years from date of installation.
Batteries used in all D.C. operators: One Year from date of shipment from
HySecurity.
Items subject to normal wear including, but not limited to, chains, belts, idler
wheels, sprockets, fuses and motor brushes: One Year from date of installation.
1(b) One Year Warranty Items (Operators Not Purchased from an
Authorized Distributor or Registered within 60 Days)
For any gate operator product that is not purchased from an authorized HySecurity distributor
or for which the online Warranty registration or warranty registration form sent with every
HySecurity operator was not filled out completely or not returned to HySecurity within 60 days
of the date of purchase by the dealer/installer, the following One-Year Warranty will apply to
that product: HySecurity warrants that the product will remain serviceable for the following
periods, which begin on the date that the product was shipped from HySecurity:
a.
b.
1(c)
All Gate Operators: One Year or 100,000 gate cycles whichever comes first.
Hydraulic Gate Operator Drive Wheels: One Year
Replacement Parts
HySecurity warrants that replacement parts (whether new or reconditioned) will remain
serviceable for One Year from the date that the product was shipped from HySecurity.
1(d) Limitations and Exclusions Applicable to Each of the
Preceding Warranties
The preceding warranties shall not apply to equipment that has been (1) installed or maintained
improperly or contrary to instructions; (2) subjected to negligence, accident, vandalism, or
damaged by severe weather, wind, flood, fire, or war; or (3) damaged through improper
operation, maintenance, storage or abnormal or extraordinary use or abuse. Any modification
made to products will void the warranty unless the modifications are approved in writing by
HySecurity, in advance of the change (this exclusion does not apply to normal installation of
approved accessories and/or protective devices or sensors).
2. Exclusion of Other Warranties.
The warranties contained in Section 1 are the exclusive warranties given by HySecurity and
supersede any prior, contrary or additional representations, whether oral or written. Any prior or
extrinsic representations or agreements are discharged or nullified. HYSECURITY HEREBY
DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS,
IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, ANY WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OTHERWISE ARISING FROM
COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE.
3. Buyer's Exclusive Remedies for Any
Nonconformity.
If a HySecurity product fails to conform to the warranties in Section 1, Buyer must notify and
order replacement parts from the Distributor through which the product was purchased within a
reasonable time and in no event more than thirty (30) days after the discovery of the
nonconformity. HySecurity will investigate and, in the event of a breach, will provide, within a
reasonable period of time, one of the following: (1) repair or replacement of any nonconforming
products or components or (2) refund of the price upon return of the nonconforming items.
Replacement goods will conform to this warranty for the unexpired duration of the warranty
period for the original, nonconforming product. HySecurity reserves the right to supply used or
reconditioned material for all warranty claims. This warranty does not cover or extend to any
incidental expenses, including labor, shipping, travel time or standby time, that are incurred for
inspection or replacement of any nonconforming items. As a condition of warranty coverage,
warranty claims must be submitted in accordance with the following paragraph. THE
REMEDY SELECTED BY HYSECURITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS
PARAGRAPH SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDY OF BUYER FOR
ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL HYSECURITY BE
OBLIGATED TO INDEMNIFY BUYER FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
4. Exclusion of Consequential and Incidental
Damages.
IN NO EVENT SHALL HYSECURITY BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER RESULTING FROM
NONDELIVERY OR FROM THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE
OWN NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT. This exclusion applies regardless of whether such
damages are sought for breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, or strict liability in
tort or under any other legal theory. This exclusion does not apply to claims for bodily injury or
death.
5. Severability.
If any provision of this warranty is found to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remainder
shall have full force and effect, and the invalid provision shall be partially enforced to the
maximum extent permitted by law to effectuate the purpose of the agreement.
6. Applicable Law.
This Warranty will be interpreted, construed, and enforced in all respects in accordance with the
laws of the State of Washington, without reference to its choice of law principles. The U.N.
Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not apply to this Warranty.
Product Warranty & Registration: Go online to www.hysecurity.com and fill out the product warranty and registration
form. To extend operator warranty beyond 1 year, you must fill out and return the registration within 60 days of purchase.
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