GEIGER-SOLIDline GEIGER-SoftZeroWireless (GU45..F02)

GEIGER-SOLIDline GEIGER-SoftZeroWireless (GU45..F02)
Tubular Motor:
GEIGER-SOLIDline
Motor Control:
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GEIGER-SoftZeroWireless (GU45..F02)
for awnings
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Bedienungsanleitung
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Operating Instructions
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Manuel d’utilisation
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Manual de instrucciones
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Istruzioni per l’uso
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Contents
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2. Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
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3. Safety Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
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4. Proper Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
5. Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
6. Initial Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
7. Teaching-in/Deleting Remote Codes . . . . . . . . 8
8. Setting up the End Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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9. Teaching-in an Incline Position. . . . . . . . . . . . 10
10. Changing the Power Levels
(GEIGER-Powertronic) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
11. Description of the Remote Control Motor
Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
12. Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
13. Notes for the Certified Electrician . . . . . . . . 19
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14. What To Do If . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Characteristics of the GEIGER-SoftZeroWireless
Safety
•
A safe locking of the casing through torque shutoff
Fabric Protection
• GEIGER-Locking power minimisation (automatic function)
• GEIGER-Powertronic (manual function: power level)
...for a nice long lasting fabric.
Hanging Length Adjustment
•
Modifications in fabric lengths are recognised and compensated for.
Incline Position
•
Setting a predefined glare cover position
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Obstacle Recognition
•
Protection of the awning system by retracting the equipment
GEIGER-Operating Radius Identification
•
Modern electronic control identifies the equipment’s torque curve,
and makes available to the motor the exact amount of power in the
inflexion point range needed during operation, and while closing.
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1. General
Dear customer,
By purchasing a GEIGER tubular motor you have decided on a quality product from
GEIGER.
Thank you very much for your decision and the confidence placed in us.
Before you put this drive into operation please observe the following safety information. It serves for the prevention of danger and for the avoidance of personal injury
and damage to property.
Please retain this information for future reference.
Suitable for all awnings
Actuators can be switched in a parallel manner
Suitable for all GEIGER remote control products
Automatic identification of right hand/left hand installation
2. Guarantee
In the case of incorrect installation contrary to the operating instructions and/or constructional modification, the legal and contractual guarantee for property damage
and product liability lapses.
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3. Safety Notes
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ATTENTION: Important safety information. For personal safety, it is
important to follow these instructions. The instructions
should be kept.
This appliance is not to be used by persons (including children) whose physical, sensorial or mental capacities are impaired, or who have no experience or know-how, unless they have been supervised or been given
instructions on the use of the appliance by someone who is responsible for
their safety.
Children must be supervised to make sure they do not play with the
appliance.
The installation is to be checked regularly for defective balance, wear and
damage.
Damaged connecting leads must be replaced by the GEIGER connecting
lead of the same wire type.
During operation observe the danger zone.
If people or objects are in the danger zone, do not use the installation.
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Urgently shut down damaged installations until repair.
Unconditionally shut down the unit during maintenance and cleaning operations.
Pinching and shearing sites are to be avoided and to be safeguarded
against.
When operating the manual actuator with the open sun protection system,
exercise caution as it can fall down quickly if springs expand or are broken.
Do not operate the device if operations such as, for example, window
cleaning are to be carried out in the vicinity.
Disconnect the device from the mains power supply if operations such as,
for example, window cleaning are being carried out in the vicinity.
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ATTENTION: Important safety information. Follow all installation
instructions, as incorrect installation can lead to serious
injuries.
Connection must be carried out by a skilled electrician according to the
regulations in force locally.
The mains plug of the tubular motor must be accessible after installation.
On the installation of the tubular motor without mechanical protection of the
driven parts, the tubular motor must be installed at a height of at least 2.5 m
above the ground or of another level which provides access to the drive.
Before the tubular motor is installed, all leads which are not needed are to
be removed and all equipment which is not needed for actuation is to be put
out of operation.
If the tubular motor is controlled by a switch or pushbutton, the switch or
pushbutton must be mounted within eyeshot of the tubular motor. The
switch or pushbutton must not be located in the vicinity of moving parts.
The height of installation must be at least 1.5 m above the floor.
If the apparatus is equipped without a pin and a socket connector (STAS3K)
in the connecting lead, or other means for disconnecting from the mains
with at least a 3 mm contact opening on each pole, a disconnecting device
of this type must be incorporated into the permanently installed electrical
installation according to the wiring rules.
Permanently installed control devices must be attached visibly.
The correct dimensioning of the drive is to be observed.
We recommend the following procedural methods:
1...............Installation Instructions ................................ (Chapter
2...............Initial Operation ............................................ (Chapter
3...............Inputting/Deleting Remote Codes ............... (Chapter
4...............Setting Up the End Position .........................(Chapter
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6) .............
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4. Proper Use
The tubular motors of the model range SOLIDline (GU45..F02) with the
SoftZeroWireless system are designed exclusively for the operation of awnings
and screens.
If the tubular motors are used for other applications and/or modifications are performed to the tubular motors, which have not been discussed with GEIGER
Antriebstechnik, then the manufacturer is not liable for personal injury and/or
damage to property and for consequential damage.
5. Installation Instructions
Installing the awning:
Insert the motor with the applicable adapter and
attachment into the shaft until the shaft adaptor
stops.
Fasten the motor clip bracket (M45E166) onto the
awning. Plug the motor onto the motor clip bracket
with the fabric spindle. The bracket locks into place.
To loosen, turn the spring washer.
Alternative:
- Fasten the motor onto the awning bracket with
the appropriate screws (M6 or M8) depending on
the size of the pitch circle.
- Attach the motor with a square-end in the awning
bracket and secure with a cotter pin (M45F880).
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6. Initial Operation
Definition ‘Close range’:
Distance between hand-held remote control and
motor control: max. 15 cm,
or
Hold the hand-held remote control directly next to
the motor connector cable. The motor connector
cable consequently serves as an ‘antenna’ up to a
distance of 3 m.
max. 15 cm
Definition ‘Far range’:
Distance between hand-held remote control and
motor control: min. 1.5 metres,
or
Distance between hand-held remote control and
motor connector cable min. 0.5 metres.
min. 1,5 m
Activating Input Mode:
Each time the power supply is interrupted; input
mode can be activated for 30 mins.
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1 x ‘Click-Click’
ON
OFF
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Input mode is to assign remote codes and
to be able to readjust the end position.
At close range, press the ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ button
and hold approx. 3 seconds until you hear the motor
(1 x ‘Click-Click’).
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connect to
main voltage
230 V
Connect the motor to the electrical power line. Turn
the line on. The motor makes a short up and down
movement (1 x ‘Click-Click’).
Should no action be taken within 60
seconds, input mode will be deactivated!
The motor returns to its normal operation
(3 x ‘Click-Click’).
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1x
clickclick
max. 15 cm
or
approx. 3 sec.
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7. Teaching-in/Deleting Remote
At close range, press the ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ button for
approx. 3 seconds until you hear the motor (1 x
‘Click-Click’).
The remote code has been taught-in to the motor!
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Should no action be taken within 60
seconds, input mode will be deactivated!
The motor returns to its normal operation
(3 x ‘Click-Click’).
Deleting the Taught-in Transmission
1x
clickclick
max. 15 cm
or
approx. 1 sec.
1x
The learning mode must be activated first
clickclick
! in order to delete the radio codes.
At close range, press the UP or DOWN key and hold
approx. 5 seconds. The motor reacts immediately (1
x ‘Click-Click’). Keep the key pressed about 5 sec.
until the motor confirms the deleting of the radio
codes with 1 x‘Click-Click’.
max. 15 cm
or
approx. 5 sec.
Please note:
! You can only delete all remote codes and
sensor remote codes together.
It is not possible to delete individual remote codes.
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1x
clickclick
max. 15 cm
or
approx. 5 sec.
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8. Adjusting the End Position
It is required for the upper end position to act as a stopper for
! torque deactivation (e.g. casing contour).
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In order to adjust the end position, the input
mode must first be activated (see page 7)!
Activating the end position mode:
From far range, press the up or down button and hold
until you hear the motor (1 x ‘Click-Click’).
Please note!
clickclick
1x
min. 1,5 m
or
approx. 1 sec.
! The correct button allocation for up and down
happens automatcally after programming of
the end position is complete.
Adjusting the Lower End Position
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The lower end position must be adjusted
first.
min.
1,5 m
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From far range, press the up or down button and
hold until the awning has reached the desired end
position.
Corrections are possible with the up and down buttons.
1x
Saving the lower end position:
From close range, press the up or down button and
hold approx. 1 second, then release.
The motor responds (1 x ‘Click-Click’).
clickclick
max.
15 cm
and
approx. 1 sec.
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Adjusting the Upper End Position
From far range, press the up or down button and
hold approx. 3 seconds until the awning retracts and
locks.
As soon as the casing is closed, the motor automatically turns off and the upper end position is saved.
You will hear the motor (1 x ‘Click-Click‘). The up and
down buttons are now assigned to the corresponding turning direction of the motors!
1x
clickclick
min.
1,5 m
or
approx. 3 sec.
Finally, conduct at least one trial run, so
! that the motor electronics can automatically detect the threshold of the torque disconnection.
Please note!
! When changing the end position, the power
level is reset to its standard setting (Level 0).
9. Teaching-in the Incline Position
To move from an arbitrary position to the desired end
position, press and hold the two-way button for
approx. 3 sec. until you hear the motor (1 x ‘ClickClick‘). Then release the button!
The incline position is now saved.
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1x
clickclick
min.
1,5 m
Changing the Incline Position
See ‘Teaching-in the Incline Position’. However, this
is for a newly desired position.
approx. 3 sec.
Deleting the Incline Position
3x
Stop the awning from moving up and down and
press and hold the button approx. 5 sec. until you
hear the motor (3 x ‘Click-Click’).
clickclick
min.
1,5 m
approx. 5 sec.
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10. GEIGER-Powertronic
The GEIGER-Powertronic enables the user to change the motor’s closing characteristics. The user can raise or reduce the closing power applied through the motor.
This way, he or she influences the closing characteristics of the casing. A rise in the
closing power causes a tighter closing of the casing with increased stress on the
fabric; a reduction in the closing power causes a looser closing and less strain to
the fabric.
Closing power levels:
GEIGER-delivery setting:
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from level 0 to level 7
level 0
Caution: By manually raising the closing power (e.g. from level 0 to
level 7) the fabric endures more strain.
In which situations is the GEIGER-Powertronic applied?
• If the casing does not completely close.
• If the closing operation should be optimised for better fabric protection.
When can the GEIGER-Powertronic be applied?
• Anytime; this function can be activated during initial operation, as well as at a
later date.
Which resources are necessary?
• GEIGER-hand-held remote, which is taught-in in accordance with Chapter 7
(page 8).
Please note:
• The end positions are not affected when the GEIGER-Powertronic is activated.
• When the end position teach-in mode is activated, the power level is reset to
level 0 (GEIGER-delivery setting).
• Only activate the GEIGER-Powertronic after the end positions have been taughtin and a complete trial has been conducted.
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Activating the GEIGER-Powertronic:
1. At close range, press the ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ button
and hold approx. 3 seconds until you hear the
motor (1 x ‘Click-Click‘).
2. From far range, press the ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ button
and hold approx. 1 second until you hear the
motor (1 x ‘Click-Click‘).
1x
clickclick
max.
15 cm
or
approx. 3 sec.
3. At close range, press the ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ button
and hold approx. 3 seconds until you hear the
motor (1 x ‘Click-Click‘).
1x
4. Now the power can be incrementally increased
with the ‘Up’ button and incrementally reduced
with the ‘Down’ button.
5. When the desired power level is reached, at close
range, press the ‘Up’ or ‘Down’ button and hold
approx. 1 second. The motor is now in its normal
operating mode. (1 x ‘Click-Click‘).
clickclick
min.
1,5 m
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1x
clickclick
As soon as the lowest or highest power level
! has been reached and you try to continue to
raise or lower the level, you will hear a signal
from the motor (2 x ‘Click-Click‘).
Should there be no activity for 60 seconds, input
mode will be deactivated. The power level set will be
assumed!
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max.
15 cm
or
approx. 1 sec.
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11. Description of the Remote Motor Function
When delivered, every GEIGER-remote receiver and remote transmitter comes with
the ‘GEIGER-Code’ + + + + - + - so that the motor can be immediately operated in
order, for example, to facilitate the installation of an awning on the roll shaft.
!
For safety reasons, the ‘GEIGER-Code’ must be overwritten by an individual code!
This occurs automatically the first time an individual code is taught-in.
(see Chapter 7 Inputting/Deleting Remote Codes on page 8).
‘GEIGER-Code’
Individual Code (Example)
The DIP-Switch No. 8 and No. 9 have no function!
For descriptions and adjustments, please see the instruction manual of the corresponding hand-held / wall-mounted remote control.
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Remote Codes
A maximum of three different remote codes can be taught-in. The motor can therefore be a part of three independent groups. Additionally, two remote sensor codes
can be taught-in.
Should there already be three remote codes and you attempt to teach-in a fourth,
the old third code will be deleted and the new one will replace it.
Should there already be two remote sensor codes and you attempt to teach-in a
third, the old second code will be deleted and the new one will replace it.
Example:
Remote Receiver in the Motor
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Sensor 1
Code
Code
Code
Code
+oo+-o- +++oo++ +-++-++ +-++-++
Sensor 2
Code
+++--++
For your documentation record any hand-held remote/sensor codes taught
into the motor here:
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Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Programming From Close Range / Far Range
An approximation detector is integrated in the motor’s remote receiver, which recognises whether a remote transmission is being operated from a distance = far range,
(at least 1.5 metres from the motor control and 0.5 metres from the motor cables),
or in tight on the antenna = close range, (maximum 15 cm away and directly on the
motor connection cable).
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Caution:
Should remote receivers or motor connection cables lie near one another,
codes could unintentionally be transferred to other remote receivers.
Recommendation:
Motors operated via a different pair of buttons, or through a different code, should
be disconnected from the power line during initial operation.
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Initiating End Positions
No incline position has been programmed in:
To initiate the end positions, a short press of the button in the corresponding direction of movement is enough.
To stop the movement, a short press of the button in the opposite direction is
enough.
Should a sun-wind sensor be integrated into the system, in automatic mode
(solar-on) the end positions are initiated.
An incline position is programmed in:
To initiate the end positions, the button corresponding to the correct direction of
movement must be pressed for at least 1.5 seconds.
A short press of the button: less than 1.5 seconds will cause the incline position
to initiate. To stop the movement, a short press of the button in the opposite
direction is enough.
Should a sun-wind sensor be integrated into the system, in automatic mode
(solar-on) the end positions will always be initiated.
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Obstacle recognition
When, after the teaching of the first complete, uninterrupted travel from one end
position to the other end position is carried out, the torque needed is learnt.
In any following complete, uninterrupted travel from end position to end position,
the torque needed is automatically reset. Slow changes in the installation due to
ageing, soiling, cold or heat are thus automatically taken into consideration.
If a travel movement in UP direction is blocked by an obstacle, the motor switches
off and a small return motion takes place.
The running direction in which the obstacle was recognized is blocked.
The block is removed if the motor has been operated in the opposite direction for a
certain time. An obstacle must thus first be released before the motor can be
operated again in the direction of the obstacle.
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End Position Correction
If a lengthening/shortening of the hanging has resulted due to e.g. temperature
changes, this will be automatically corrected by closing the awning.
If, due to temperature changes, an adjusted sleeve performance is set and the
hanging runs against the stop unit, the end position is immediately corrected.
After the first trial, the motor automatically identifies the torque necessary to close
the awning and closes it with the lowest possible power, so that the fabric is
optimally protected.
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12. Technical data
Technical data of short motor SOLIDline (GU45..)
GU4510
GU4520
Voltage
230V~/50Hz 230V~/50Hz
Current
0,47 A
0,63 A
Cos Phi (cosϕ)
>0,95
>0,95
GU4530
230V~/50Hz
0,8 A
>0,95
GU4540
230V~/50Hz
1,0 A
>0,95
Inrush current (factor)
Power
Torque
Speed of rotation
Protection type
Total length
Operating type
Diameter
Weight
x 1,2
180 W
30 Nm
16 1/min
IP44
565,5 mm
S2 4 min
45 mm
2,410 kg
x 1,2
220 W
40 Nm
16 1/min
IP44
584,5 mm
S2 4 min
45 mm
2,750 kg
x 1,2
105 W
10 Nm
16 1/min
IP44
515,5 mm
S2 4 min
45 mm
1,920 kg
Subject to technical modifications
x 1,2
140 W
20 Nm
16 1/min
IP44
545,5 mm
S2 5 min
45 mm
2,200 kg
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Sicherheit
Declaration of conformity
This product complies with the essential requirements of the directives 2006/95/EC
and 2004/108/EC. It is authorised for use in all EC member states and in Switzerland
without any need of prior registration. The Declaration of Conformity concerning this
product is available on our website: www.geiger-antriebstechnik.de.
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13. Information for the specialist electrician
Recycling of packaging materials
In the interest of environmental protection, please
contact your local government’s recycling or solid
waste management department to learn more about
the services it provides.
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L1
3 black
Notes on waste disposal
PE
2 brown
Connecting cables with plug connectors of the
Hirschmann Company, type STAS 3K or the Phoenix
Mecano Company, type GLS/3+PE may only be
used in connection with the Hirschmann cable sokket STAK 3K.
L1
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PE
blue
The parallel operation of the several SOLIDline
SoftZeroWireless is possible. Please observe the
rating of the control switch used.
Mains: 230V / 50Hz
green/yellow
Caution:
Wrong installation and wrong connection can
lead to serious injuries.
Electronic
limit stop
+
radio receiver
Waste disposal of electric and electronic equipment
Electronic equipment or batteries cannot be discarded along with the normal household waste. Keep
for more information on the recycling and disposal
methods envisaged by the local regulations in your
area.
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14. What To Do If...
Problem
No short ‘Click-Click’ when
turning on the motor.
Solution
• Motor not plugged in.
Please inspect the plug connection.
• Inspect the connector cable for poss. damages.
• Check the line voltage and have the cause of
the power failure checked by a certified electrician.
Motor runs upwards,
• End positions have been set wrong.
rather than downwards.
First set the bottom, then the upper end position.
Hand-held remote control
• Check the batteries.
doesn’t work.
• The wind sensor has triggered a cut-off time.
Try again after the wind cut-off time has run its
course.
• The remote code was accidentally deleted.
Repeat teaching-in (see page 8).
After several runs, the motor • The motor has become too hot and has turned
remains still and no longer
itself off. Try again after a cooling period of
reacts.
approx. 15 min.
The motor no longer runs
• The solar self-winding has been turned off.
automatically.
• The wind sensor has triggered a cut-off time.
Try again after the wind cut-off time has run its
course.
• The remote code was accidentally deleted.
Repeat teaching-in (see page 8).
The motor no longer reacts • Place the remote as close as possible to the
in close range.
motor head to the connector cables.
• Change the batteries in the hand-held remote.
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For technical questions, please call our service team at: +49 (0) 7142 938-300
They will be happy to assist you.
Gerhard Geiger GmbH & Co. KG
Schleifmühle 6
D-74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen
Telephone: +49 (0) 7142 938-0
Fax:
+49 (0) 7142 938-230
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info@geiger-antriebstechnik.de
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