ADV-X High Speed Door 880 Installation Instructions

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
ADV-X MODEL 880
INTERIOR HIGH SPEED FABRIC DOOR
READ THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY
BEFORE
ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL
THIS DOOR!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1 - Safety information ........................................ 3-4
Section 2 - General information ........................................ 5-7
Section 3 - Door installation ............................................8-13
Section 4 - Low voltage wiring (3 Phase controller) ....14-29
Section 5 - High voltage wiring (3 phase controller) ...20-23
Section 6 - Initial startup procedure (3 phase).............24-25
Section 7 - Menus (3 phase controller)..........................26-33
Section 8 - Troubleshooting...........................................33-42
Section 9 - Low voltage wiring (single phase control).40-42
Section 10 - High voltage wiring (single phase) ..........43-46
Section 11 - Initial startup procedure (single phase) ....... 47
Section 12 - Menus (Single phase controller) ...............48-57
Section 13 - Troubleshooting (Single phase) .................... 58
Section 14 - Service and maintenance ............................... 59
Warranty .............................................................................. 60
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SECTION 1 - SAFETY INFORMATION
OVERVIEW OF POTENTIAL HAZARDS
READ THIS SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
Advanced Performance service doors are large, heavy objects that move with the help of electric
motors. Since moving objects and electric motors can cause injuries, your safety and the safety of
others depends on you reading the information in this manual. If you have any questions or do
NOT understand the information presented, call your nearest service representative.
In this section and those that follow, the words "DANGER", "WARNING", and "CAUTION" are used to
stress important safety information. The word:
1. Read manual and warnings carefully.
2. Keep the door in good working
condition.
3. This door is equipped with a
sensing edge, check sensing
edge operations daily. Make
any necessary repairs to keep it
functional.
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
4. All models are equipped with an
serious injury.
overcurrent device. This must
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
be manually reset following an
serious injury.
overcurrent condition.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in injury or
5. Keep instructions in a prominent
property damage.
location near the Control Panel.
The word NOTE is used to indicate important steps to be followed or important considerations.
POTENTIAL
EFFECT
PREVENTION
HAZARD
WARNING
Can Cause Serious
Injury or Death
Do NOT operate unless the doorway is in sight and free of obstructions. Keep people clear
of opening while door is moving.
Do NOT change control to momentary contact unless an external reversing means is
installed.
Do NOT operate a door that jambs.
MOVING DOOR
WARNING
Can Cause Serious
Injury or Death
Turn OFF electrical power before removing Control Panel or motor cover.
When replacing Control Panel cover make sure wires are NOT pinched or near moving parts.
Operator must be electrically grounded.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical Power Requirements for all ADV-X TM Door Models
All ADV-X models 880, 881, 882, and 883 are available in single phase and 3-phase voltages. Single phase voltages are available in 115VAC
and 240VAC. 3 phase voltages are available in 240VAC, 480VAC, and 575VAC. ADV-X model 884 and 885 are available in 3 phase voltages only.
YOUR LOCAL CODES MAY REQUIRE THAT THE INCOMING POWER TO YOUR DOOR HAVE A LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT EQUIPPED FUSED
DISCONNECT SWITCH (TO BE FURNISHED BY OTHERS) WITHIN EYESIGHT OF THE DOOR’S CONTROL PANEL. Incoming power wiring
must meet all NEC and local building codes, plus be properly sized for the control panel’s amperage rating on the nameplate. To reduce the risk
of electric shock, the chassis of the control panel must be properly grounded.
CAUTION
WARNING
ADV-X Door Models must be supplied by a grounded Wye voltage supply, e.g. 208 Y/120, 480 Y/277. Ungrounded voltage supply sources
must be avoided, e.g. 480 VAC, 240 VAC or 120 VAC Delta systems should NOT be used. Voltage unbalance is a common occurrence on
Delta supply systems, which power both single phase and three phase loads, which can lead to unequal voltages on each phase leg. Voltage
unbalance can cause deterioration of motor performance, such as loss of torque, overheating, decrease the winding insulation life, and can
cause motor starter contacts, located in the control panel, to permanently “weld” closed. Voltage unbalance can be caused by inadequate
conductor sizing, Delta transformer sizing, excessive single-phase loads, poor grounding, or intermittent high resistance faults (Faults which
do NOT generate high – enough fault currents to trip an Over Current Protection device, but will cause the distributed capacitance in an
ungrounded three phase system to shift. This shift may cause destructive over-voltages to occur).
Wayne Dalton’s® warranty WILL NOT cover damage caused by failure of the motor, control panel or other electrical components due to
the use of an inadequately grounded system.
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SECTION 2 - GENERAL INFORMATION
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION DRAWING
Interior high speed fabric door with parts.
Please note that components and component locations
are shown here for REFERENCE ONLY. Your unit
installation and component locations may be different.
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SECTION 2 - GENERAL INFORMATION (continued.....)
DOOR INSTALLATION DATA SHEET
S
A
M
P
L
E
A sample of the "DOOR INSTALLATION DATA" sheet is shown here. Locate the work
order "Door Installation Data" sheet inside the door hardware box. You will need to
refer to the "Door Installation Data" sheet. See Figure 2.
Factory order number on door components must match with factory order number
on the "Door Installation Data" sheet. Each door has it’s own individual sheet.
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
Verify that the door installation can be accomplished before proceeding:
• Locate the work order "DOOR INSTALLATION DATA" sheet, see Figure 2, inside the door hardware box.
• Does the wall opening shown in FIG 3 match the Opening Width and Height shown on the "Door
Installation Data" sheet?
• Can the guides be installed plumb?
• Check the sill for level. If sill is not level, mark the high sill location on the low side jamb.
• Guides are designed to rest on sill.
• Does the “G” dimension on your “DOOR INSTALLATION DATA” sheet match your opening width. See FIG 4
Header
Jamb
Opening
Height
Sill
Opening Width
Fig 3
G
Fig 4
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WARNING
WARNING
Follow instructions and use proper lifting equipment and correct lifting procedure to avoid serious injury or death.
STEP 1 INSTALL GUIDES
• Check “G” Dimension as illustrated in Fig 4 on page 5. “G” Dimension must match your “DOOR INSTALLATION DATA” sheet.
• Ideally your “G” dimension will exactly match your opening width. If it does not you must mount your guides so the “G” dimension is held over the entire height.
• Open hinged guides and mount to the wall surface using supplied fasteners. See FIG 5A.
• Check “G” Dimension as illustrated in Fig 4 on page 5. “G” Dimension must match your “DOOR INSTALLATION DATA” sheet.
• Both guides MUST be on a level line and both guides MUST be plumb.
• The “G” Dimension must be held within 1/8” over the entire height of the guides.
• Install the concrete anchors through the floor bracket, securing the guides to the floor. See FIG 5B
WARNING
WARNING
Rapidly closing curtain could result in death or serious injury. Do not remove factory binding around curtain assembly until step 5.
STEP 2 INSTALL LINTEL ASSEMBLY
• Attach the lintel assembly to the bracket on each guide as shown in FIG 6.
GUIDE ASSEMBLY
FLUSH AGAINST
WALL
GUIDE
ASSEMBLY
CONCRETE
ANCHORS
SUPPLIED WALL
FASTENERS
GUIDE COVER
IN OPEN
POSITION
Fig 5A
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FLOOR
BRACKET
GUIDE COVER
IN OPEN
POSITION
Fig 5B
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WARNING
WARNING
Rapidly closing curtain could result in death or serious injury. Do not remove factory binding around curtain assembly until step 5.
WARNING
WARNING
Follow instructions and use proper lifting equipment and correct lifting procedure to avoid serious injury or death.
STEP 3 INSTALL CURTAIN ASSEMBLY
• Remove pre-installed bearing from both headplates as shown in FIG 7.
• Lift the curtain assembly using a fork lift or other appropriate lifting equipment and slide it into the slots in the headplates as shown in FIG 8.
• Before removing the forklift or supporting equipment, reinstall the bearings by sliding them onto the shaft and attaching them to the headplates. See FIG 9.
• Only hand tighten the nuts onto the bolts of the bearings as you will need to make adjustments before final tightening.
Fig 8
Fig 7
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STEP 4 INSTALL MOTOR
• Remove pre-installed nuts and washers from headplates as shown in FIG 10. ONLY remove the nuts and washers from the two bolts shown in FIG 10.
• Slide motor onto shaft as shown in FIG 10.
• Re-install the nuts and washers onto the bolts in the headplate, securing the motor.
• Rotate the curtain assembly shaft to align it with the keyway on the motor.
• Insert the key into the keyway.
• Install the sprocket by sliding it onto the shaft and attach the chain to this sprocket and the encoder sprocket as shown in FIG 11.
• Be sure the two sprockets are aligned with each other. Then tighten the set screws in the sprocket.
• The encoder bracket attachment bolts, holding the encoder assembly onto the motor, may need to be adjusted to achieve proper chain tension. See FIG 11
CHAIN
MOTOR
BRACKET
KEY
ENCODER
SPROCKET
SPROCKET
Fig 10
Fig 11
STEP 5 TIGHTEN CURTAIN ASSEMBLY BOLTS
• Check that the curtain assembly is level and square with the jamb.
• Tighten the nuts, bolts, and set screws of the bearings from step 3.
• Tighten the nuts and bolts of the motor bracket from step 4.
• Be sure the set screws of the sprocket are tight from step 4.
• Remove factory banding around curtain.
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CLOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLIES
• Close the hinged guide assemblies and bolt in place using the self drilling screws provided as shown in FIG 12.
• Using the bolts and washers provided attach the front guide to the floor bracket as shown in FIG 12.
Fig 12
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STEP 7 INSTALL HEADER ASSEMBLY
• Locate nuts and washers in the hardware bag to be used for header attachment.
• Align the header assemblies as shown in FIG 13 and install using the attachment hardware from the hardware bag.
• You may need to use the adjustment screws to fit the header assemblies between the headplates.
• Tighten all hardware used in this step when proper fit is achieved.
STEP 8 INSTALL JUNCTION BOX
Find a suitable and easily accessible location for the Junction Box, Fig. 14.
• Locate the Junction Box on the wall near the motor, but OUTSIDE the motor cover. Verify component cables will reach before mounting the Junction Box.
• Away from heat sources.
• With no interference of moving parts of the door system.
• Where cables can be well secured while preventing unnecessary strain.
• Use the Junction Box exterior mounting fixtures to mount to the wall. (Fasteners not provided.)
STEP 9 INSTALL CONTROLLER
Find a suitable and easily accessible location for the Controller, Fig. 14.
(Your controller may look different than the one pictured.)
• Adjacent to the door, on the wall, about 5 feet above the floor at the center of the panel (roughly eye level). It may
be mounted higher in commercial applications to reduce tampering.
• Where all moving parts of the door system are visible while at the control panel.
• Away from heat sources.
• With no interference of moving parts of the door system.
• Where cables can be well secured while preventing unnecessary strain.
• Mount the Control Panel to the wall using appropriate fasteners. (Fasteners not provided.) Use supplied mounting
tabs as necessary.
ADJUSTMENT
SCREWS (4X)
HEADER
ASSEMBLY
ATTACHMENT
HARDWARE (4X)
LEFT SIDE SHOWN
ATTACH ON RIGHT
SIDE IN THE SAME WAY
Fig 13
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STEP 10 MOTOR AND CONTROLLER WIRING
• For instructions on wiring the three phase controller see section 4 pages 14-19.
• For instructions on wiring the single phase controller see section 9 pages 40-42.
STEP 11 INSTALL HOOD AND MOTOR HOUSING
• Install the hood and motor housing using the self drilling screws provided.
STEP 12 APPLY WARNING LABEL
Product safety label must be installed.
• Place safety label on drive side guide at a readable height.
• Place sensing edge safety label on the bottom bar.
NOTE: Product safety labels should be periodically inspected and cleaned by the product user as necessary to maintain good legibility. Order replacement safety labels from
the door manufacturer as required to maintain legibility.
Fig 15
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SECTION 4 - LOW VOLTAGE WIRING 3 PHASE CONTROLLER
STEP 1 CONNECT CONTROLLER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING (EXTERNAL)
Connections to the door are completed by attaching the two screw-in cables to the control panel’s base, Fig 18 page 16.
-5 pin cable connector (See Fig 20 and 21 on page 18)
• Position Sensor
-12 pin cable connector (See Fig 18 on page 16)
• Photoeye Receiver
• Photoeye Transmitter
• Sensing Edge
• Hand Crank Interlock Switch
• Optional Input 1
STEP 2 INSTALL OPTIONAL DEVICES
INSTALL MOTION SENSOR (optionally purchased)
Motion Sensor is an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Follow the installation instructions accompanying the Motion Sensor.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 23 page 19.
INSTALL LOOP DETECTOR (optionally purchased)
Loop Detector is an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Follow the installation instructions accompanying the Loop Detector.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 24 page 19.
INSTALL RADIO CONTROLS (optionally purchased)
Radio Controls are an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Follow the installation instructions accompanying the Radio Controls.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 22 page 19.
INSTALL WALL MOUNTED PUSH BUTTON (optionally purchased)
Wall Mounted Push Buttons are an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 8-J page 36.
STEP 3 CONNECT OPTIONAL DEVICES
One option may be connected to the Junction Box by the installer. Additional options must be wired to the spare inputs on the Control panel. Use the corresponding option
inputs.
• Radio Remote to the Junction Box connector 5 labeled “Option 1”.
• Floor loop to the Junction Box connector 5 labeled “Option 1”.
• Motion Detector to the Junction Box connector 5 labeled “Option 1”.
• Wall mounted push button stations to the main Control Panel Fig. 8–J on page 36.
Note: When installing push buttons, use the 24V supplied by the Control Unit as the common.
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1. MAIN COMPONENT OVERVIEW, FIG 16 AND 17
Fig 17 Control Panel Bottom/Wiring Access
Fig 16 Control Panel Front Cover
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MAIN POWER
(FROM DISCONNECT)
MOTOR CABLE
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5-PIN POSITION
SENSOR CABLE
12-PIN JUNCTION
BOX CABLE
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TO JUNCTION BOX
1. SENSING EDGE (WHITE)
2. INTERLOCK (GREEN)
3. NOT USED
4. PHOTOEYE RECEIVER (GRAY)
5. OPTION 1 (PINK)
6. OPTION 2 (RED)
7. NOT USED
8. NOT USED
9. NOT USED
10. COMMON (0V) (BLUE)
11. POWER (24V) (BROWN)
12. GND (GREEN/YELLOW)
8
7
12
9
KEY
10
1
2
3
10
4
9
11
8
12
7
6
1 2
5
3 4
5
BOTTOM OF CONTROL PANEL
1
KEY
2
6
11
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FROM JUNCTION BOX
1
2
5
3
5
TO ENCODER
1. 12V (BROWN)
2. A SIGNAL (WHITE)
3. B SIGNAL (BLUE)
4. OV (BLACK)
5. PULSE (GRAY)
Fig 18 Cables to Control Panel
4
3
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ENCODER CABLE
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Fig 19 JUNCTION BOX WIRING
Connections for most factory wired external control functions.
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4. POSITION SENSOR WIRING CONNECTIONS AND SETTINGS
The Position Sensor comes pre installed to the motor. See Fig 20 for
location.
•
•
Attach one end of the M12 position sensor cable to the Position
Sensor.
Attach the other end of the M12 position sensor cable to the Control
Panel.
Fig 20
FEMALE END VIEW
(TO CONTROL PANEL)
4
SHIELD
5
3
1
2
MALE END VIEW
(TO POSITION SENSOR)
4
5
SHIELD
1
3
2
Fig 21 POSITION SENSOR CABLE
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CONTROL UNIT
(SEE ALSO FIG 8-H)
MOTION
DETECTOR
BROWN
BLACK
GREEN (24VDC)
BROWN
JUNCTION
BOX
WHITE (COM)
YELLOW (NO)
BLACK
0V
BLUE
SIGNAL
BLUE
GREY (NC)
RADIO RECEIVER
24VDC
BROWN (0V)
FIG 23
RECEIVER
LOAD
+
COM
COM
NC
RELAY
NO
POWER
LOOP
FIG 22
FIG 24
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BROWN
BLUE
JUNCTION
BOX
5. Options wiring and settings
-Wire the supplied cables from the junction box to the optional equipment as shown in FIG 23, and FIG 24.
-Wire the Radio receiver directly into the controller (through
an available opening) as shown in FIG 22.
CAUTION
WARNING
Door will open/close once connected.
BLACK
A. For the radio receiver, wire the supplied receiver load into
the control unit from MAN1 to 24VDC (blue terminal).
1. Access the menu and navigate to system config->
Inputs-> MAN1-> Logic.
2. Select NC parameter and exit the menu.
3. To update the auto close timer, access the express
menu->MAN1 Timer
B. The motion detector and loop detector can be operational
once connected to the junction box. They are wired for the
default configuration.
1. To update the auto close timer, access the express
menu->AUTO1 Timer.
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SECTION 5 - HIGH VOLTAGE WIRING 3 PHASE CONTROLLER
WARNING
WARNING
Before beginning this phase of the installation, ensure power supply is DISCONNECTED to avoid serious injury or death!
CAUTION
WARNING
ADV-X Door Models must be supplied by a grounded Wye voltage supply, e.g. 208 Y/120, 480 Y/277. Ungrounded voltage supply sources must be avoided, e.g. 480 VAC,
240 VAC or 120 VAC Delta systems should NOT be used. Voltage unbalance is a common occurrence on Delta supply systems, which power both single phase and three
phase loads, which can lead to unequal voltages on each phase leg. Voltage unbalance can cause deterioration of motor performance, such as loss of torque, overheating,
decrease the winding insulation life, and can cause motor starter contacts, located in the control panel, to permanently “weld” closed. Voltage unbalance can be caused
by inadequate conductor sizing, Delta transformer sizing, excessive single-phase loads, poor grounding, or intermittent high resistance faults (Faults which do NOT
generate high – enough fault currents to trip an Over Current Protection device, but will cause the distributed capacitance in an ungrounded three phase system to shift.
This shift may cause destructive over-voltages to occur).
Wayne Dalton’s® warranty WILL NOT cover damage caused by failure of the motor, control panel or other electrical components due to the use of an inadequately
grounded system.
All ADV-X models 880, 881, 882, and 883 are available in single phase and 3-phase voltages. Single phase voltages are available in 115VAC and 240VAC. 3 phase voltages are
available in 240VAC, 480VAC, and 575VAC. ADV-X model 884 and 885 are available in 3 phase voltages only. YOUR LOCAL CODES MAY REQUIRE THAT THE INCOMING
POWER TO YOUR DOOR HAVE A LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT EQUIPPED FUSED DISCONNECT SWITCH (TO BE FURNISHED BY OTHERS) WITHIN EYESIGHT OF THE
DOOR’S CONTROL PANEL. Incoming power wiring must meet all NEC and local building codes, plus be properly sized for the control panel’s amperage rating on the
nameplate. To reduce the risk of electric shock, the chassis of the control panel must be properly grounded.
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid serious injury or death:
-It is recommended that line voltage wiring be performed by a qualified electrician.
-Be sure that electrical power has been disconnected from the input wires being connected to the operator prior to handling these wires. An appropriate lock-out/tagout procedure is recommended.
-Line voltage must meet all local building codes.
-Make sure operator voltage, phase, and frequency ratings are identical to the job site line voltage ratings.
-Input power wiring must be properly sized for the operators amperage rating.
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid serious injury or death DO NOT calibrate motor or operate door unless doorway is in sight and free of obstructions. Keep clear of opening while door is moving.
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DANGER
WARNING
Before beginning this phase of installation, ensure POWER SUPPLY is disconnected to avoid serious injury or death!
MOTOR & POWER WIRING (HIGH VOLTAGE) (These tasks are also diagrammed in Fig 25, 26, and 27 on pages 21-23.)
A. Route Motor Power Cable (provided, factory wired to motor) through water-tight fitting in the SECOND hole from left side of Control Panel bottom.
1. Connect the lighter gauge, twisted pair wires to the blue colored Motor Brake terminals next to the disconnect switch. Either wire can connect to either terminal.
It is labeled “B1” and “B2”.
2. Connect the green and yellow ground wire, the braided cable shield and the non-insulated ground wire together to the Green and Yellow terminal.
3. Connect the thicker motor wires to Terminals T1, T2 and T3 on the green screw connectors on the bottom left of the control unit. The order doesn’t matter since
the motor rotation can be changed using the internal programming during Set-up in Section 6.
A licensed electrician must perform the following step.
B. Route Main Power Cable (not provided) through a
water-tight fitting (not provided) in the FIRST hole from the
left side of the Control Panel bottom.
• Connect 3-phase power lines to the disconnect. Connect
the ground wire to the Ground Terminal to the left of the disconnect.
5-PIN POSITION
SENSOR CABLE
Fig 25
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MAIN POWER
(FROM DISCONNECT)
MOTOR CABLE
12 PIN JUNCTION
BOX CABLE
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Fig 26 Control Panel Contents (See also FIG 8-H) pg 34
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GND
MAIN POWER
(FROM DISCONNECT)
MOTOR
JUNCTION
BOX
ENCODER
MEMBRANE BUTTONS
(FRONT COVER)
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Fig 27 Control Panel Wiring Diagram (480V)
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SECTION 6 - INITIAL STARTUP PROCEDURE 3 PHASE
STEP 1 APPLY POWER (LINE VOLTAGE)
Turn the disconnect handle Clockwise to the ON position in order to apply power to the Control Panel. A
blue splash screen will pop up displaying the default profile, and controller data (consists of serial number,
output capacity, software version, etc). Verify the system motor rating, and power ratings correspond with
each other.
NOTE* The system information can also be accessed in the SYSTEM STATUS > OVERVIEW menu. (see page
27-28)
STEP 2 INITIAL LIMIT SETUP
The first time the controller is powered on, you must first set the limits. The LED screen will flash with the error
E17, and you must reset the limits. This will also occur whenever the position sensor is disconnected from the
controller. The position sensor, photoeyes, sensing edge, and interlock switch must be connected before the
limits can be set. If, for any reason, the limits cannot be set, please refer to troubleshooting section 8.
A. To enter the Menu, press and hold the OPEN, STOP, CLOSE membrane buttons for 3 seconds. A count
down timer on the top left corner of the LED screen will display the remaining time left to hold. Refer to
Fig 7-A pg 26 for the complete menu structure.
B. Holding the Stop button for 1 second will go back up a level in the Menu. Continuing to hold the STOP
button will continue to go back up the menu structure until the main screen.
C. Once in the main screen, a 25 second countdown timer will show on the upper left hand corner. This
countdown timer displays how long until the OPEN/STOP/CLOSE buttons will no longer give access to
the MENU. Once inside the menu, use the OPEN button to scroll up, STOP button to enter, and CLOSE
to scroll down. Pressing OPEN/STOP/CLOSE immediately exits the counter.
Note: Instead of using the front panel buttons one can access the menu from the control unit using menu/enter, the ▲, and ▼ buttons.
1. Enter the Menus
2. Scroll down until you reach the LIMIT SETUP and hit enter.
3. Scroll down and enter into Quick Setup. A code request screen will appear. Enter the 3 digit pass code to gain access by scrolling up or
down. Your pass code is located on a separate addendum.
4. Follow the prompts in order to set the open and close limits on the door. During this time, use the OPEN, CLOSE buttons to move
the door. Again, the STOP button will be used as the ENTER function. If no error has occurred, it will then display QUICK SETUP DONE,
otherwise if failed; QUICK SETUP ABORTED and it must be redone. Refer to Trouble shooting section 8 if required.
NOTE: Do not display or freely give out the pass code.
NOTE: When setting the position, the position sensor count will be displayed. Verify the encoder count increases when the door is moving in
the up direction, and does not roll over to the negative position.
D. All ADV-X products have 2 sets of photo eyes mounted closely to the path of the door. These photo eyes must be ignored as the bottom of
the door approaches the photo eyes.
1. Start on the home screen, if not on the home screen, press and hold the ENTER button until either OPEN/IDLE/CLOSE is shown.
2. Block the top photo eye. Look at the LCD and note the number of photo eye showing active (#1 or #2). Repeat the same step for the
bottom photo eye.
3. Enter the Menu.
4. Scroll down until you reach the LIMIT SETUP and hit enter.
5. If requested, enter the 3 digit pass code to gain access by scrolling up or down. Your pass code is located on a separate addendum.
6. Scroll down and enter into photo eye or photo eye 1 off. By now, you should know which photo eye is considered #1. Follow the
prompts in order to set the photo eye off position. SET the photo eye off position with the bottom of the door (including weatherseals)
slightly above the photo eye (about 2” to 3”). Press ENTER to confirm position. Controller will display STORED briefly.
7. Scroll down and enter into photo eye 2 off. Follow the same prompts to set photo eye 2 off.
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WARNING
All Entrapment Protection Devices are OFF in Emergency Jog and the Limits are NOT SET. Devices OFF while in Emergency Jog include: Edge
Contact, Photoeye, Wall push buttons, Radio Control, Limit Sensors, Loop Detector, or any motion sensor used as either an actuator or an
Entrapment Protection Device. Only the Interlock remains active.
Emergency Jog is the manual control for momentary operation of door via ARROW buttons on the membrane keypad or on the control unit.
USE CAUTION WHILE SETTING UP THE DOOR IN THIS MODE, AND KEEP OPENINGS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY TO AVOID
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH! Do NOT use Emergency Jog for general door operation.
STEP 3 PAIR THE WIRELESS SENSING EDGE HOST (SEYWAVE HOST)
The wireless sensing edge host must be paired with the controller.
A. Enter the Menus
B. Scroll down until you reach the SYSTEM CONFIG and hit enter.
C. Scroll down and enter into OPTIONS. A code request screen will appear. Enter the 3 digit passcode to gain access by scrolling up or down.
Your pass code is located on a separate addendum.
D. Select SeyWave Host
E. Select enable and make sure the black box is positioned on enable. If not, select enable and press menu/enter once. The black box will
move to enable. Press and hold the menu/enter for a second to back out 1 screen.
F. Select clear all and press up to confirm.
G. Press and hold the “push to pair” button on seywave module mounted on the bottom of the door. Press and hold until LED light comes
on and stays on. Release the button. This turns the device off. IF 10 seconds have passed and the LED does not come on, the device is
ALREADY OFF.
H. Select pair and press the sensing edge. The controller will make a beeping noise when the pairing is complete.
I. Press and hold the menu/enter to go back to the home screen.
STEP 4 VERIFICATION
Test each sensor to make sure the controller recognizes the fault.
A. Photoeyes -Obstruct the beam with a sold object. Photoeye should reverse door direction.
B. Sensing Edge -Place a solid object, taller than 12”, on the floor and close the door. Sensing edge should reverse door direction on
contact with object.
C. Interlock Switch -This is a constant activation sensor, release the hand chain from the switch, the door should stop and a fault
display
NOTE: all faults and sensor activations are logged into the Fault Log. Access this through the menu SYSTEM STATUS > FAULT LOG
in the Controller Menu. To clear faults hold the STOP button for 1 second once the fault has been fixed.
STEP 5 SET SENSING EDGE SENSITIVITY
If you are in a high wind area you may need to adjust the sensitivity of the safety edge so that it does not trigger due to a high wind event.
A. Enter the Menus
B. Scroll down until you reach the SYSTEM CONFIG and hit enter.
C. Scroll down and enter Options. Then select Seawave host pairing. Then select impact adjust and preset.
D. Now make your sensitivity selection low, medium, or high.
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SECTION 7 - MENUS 3 PHASE CONTROLLER
PART 1 EXPRESS MENU
The Express Menu is accessed by scrolling up, when at the idle screen or after exiting the menus. The express menu contains display options,
timers, settings reset, and the emergency JOG. The timer functions in the Express Menu are shortcuts to timers in the system configuration
menu without the need of a pass code.
Fig 7–A
Note: Not all Menus are
accessible. Passcodes are
required to access higher
systems operations.
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PART 2 SYSTEM STATUS MENU
The System Status menu is read-only and provides parameter status displays for use in setup and troubleshooting. The options of the System Status menu
are shown and described below. The controller is fully operational within this menu, allowing real-time
parameter updates. To use the System Status menu:
A. Enter the System Status menu
B. Scroll down and highlight a menu option.
C. Enter to view the highlighted option.
D. Press and hold STOP or ENTER when finished to return to the System Status menu.
E. Repeat to view other parameters if desired.
Overview displays status and current position of Photocell and Safety Edge (reversing edge)
1. To view status and current position of photocell
2. Safety Edge 2, scroll up.
Position shows the internal door position count. The battery level and status
are shown
Inputs provides an overview of the controller inputs. Box is marked if the corresponding
controller input is active.
Outputs provides an overview of the controller outputs. Box is marked if the corresponding
controller output is active.
Fault log displays error code and door operation cycle for the last 10 faults. Scroll up or down to navigate
through the fault log.
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PART 2 SYSTEM STATUS MENU (continued.....)
Cycle counter shows the number of operating cycles the door has completed (open/close = 1 cycle). Note: This is already shown by
default at the top left corner in the main screen.
Temperature shows the internal temperature of the DGII Controller. This is a raw analog value and
does not represent degrees centigrade or Fahrenheit. A display on the bottom graphically approximates either a Low or High temperature
L
H
DC Link shows the internal DC Link voltage along with the acceptable range.
INT Levels shows the control’s actual internal supply voltages.
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PART 3 PROFILE SELECTION MENU
The profile selection is done at the factory by default. Profiles can be selected based on the door the controller is operating. The profile is
protected by a passcode, and can only be changed by Overhead service representative. All settings are lost and reverted back to defaults when
the profile is changed. Profiles can be accessed through the main menu under Profile Selection.
PART 4 LIMIT SETUP MENU
Individual limits can be updated manually, however; the best option is to use the quick setup process as discussed earlier. The door will not be
operational when setting limits. Limit settings are as described below.
WARNING
All Entrapment Protection Devices are OFF when setting limits. Devices OFF while setting Limits include: Edge Contact, Photoeye, Wall push
buttons, Radio Control, Limit Sensors, Loop Detector, or any motion sensor used as either an actuator or an Entrapment Protection Device.
Only the Interlock remains active. USE CAUTION! KEEP OPENINGS CLEAR OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH! Do NOT use for general door operation when setting limits.
Breakaway Limit
Fully Open
Pre-Open
Photocell OFF
Fig 7–B
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To configure the Limit Settings manually after using Quick Setup, select each
individual position listed below from the Limit Setup menu, then move the door
to the desired position. Store the position by pressing STOP or ENTER when finished. The display shows Stored and returns to the previous menu.
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Closed: Door fully closed.
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Pre Closed: Position where door changes to pre-closing speed during close.
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Pre Open: Position where door changes to pre-open speed during open.
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Open: Door fully closed.
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Open Part 1: Partially open position 1. Door opens to this position when a
part 1 open input is active. (default: 75% of door open limit)
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Open Part 2: Partially open position 2. Door opens to this position when a
part 2 open input is active. (default: 50% of door open limit)
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Rev. Edge OFF: Sets door position where safety edge check is turned off: the
limit where the reversing safety edge should be ignored.
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Photocell Off: Sets door position where photocell should be ignored.
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Breakaway Limit: Position slightly above (2” to 4”) the open position to allow
for the bottom of the door to swing back into the guides.
•
Breakaway: Breakaway is condition where the bottom of the door is hit
causing the end of the door to be outside of the guide. Follow SECTION 8 –
TROUBLESHOOTING for breakaway reset.
Rev Edge OFF
Pre-Closed
Fully Closed
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PART 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU
This menu contains all editable parameters on the door system. A passcode is required in order to change the settings. The door will not
operate when inside the menu.
A. Timers
1. Contains all the same timers in the Express Menu.
2. Setting the timer to 0 disables the timer.
B. Outputs - Configurable relay activation based on custom door status/events. Table on page 40 lists all available status/events.
C. Inputs - Inputs with configurable actuator functions. Table on page 39 lists all functions available with each input.
D. Position sensor -Do not update/menu is not used
E. Reference -Do not update/menu is not used.
F. Safety Edges -Do not update / Menu not used.
G. Photoeyes -Do not update/menu is not used
H. Motor Configuration - Do not update / Engineering use only.
I. Frequencies - Do not update / Tech Services use only.
J. Ramps - Do not update / Tech Services use only.
K. DG-XNET -Do not update / Menu not used.
L. Options -Menu to access the pairing of the wireless sensing edge host.
M. System -Do not update / Engineering use only.
CONFIGURATION INPUT/OUTPUTS
A. Inputs. There are 3 parameters that can be set. Refer to FIG 7-C (close up view of Input relays)
1. Function -A list of functions can be selected to determine how the input should operate the door.
2. Name -a name can be applied to the specific function
3. Logic -The logic for activation of the door can be chosen. Either Normally Open (0VDC ->24VDC) or Normally Closed (24VDC
->0VDC).
B. Outputs. Refer to FIG 7-D (close up view of Output relays)
1 Function -list of functions can be selected to activate the output relay
2. The output is dependent on the input wired into the relay pins 2, 5, 7, 9.
3. Output relays 1 & 2 consist of two relay outputs, a NO and NC. Output Relays 3 &4 contain only NO relay activation.
Fig 7–D
Fig 7–C
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PART 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU (continued.....)
INPUT SIGNAL
ACTIVATION DESCRIPTION
Manual
Momentary activation opens door unless the door is already at an open position. In this case, the door will close.
1) If the Manual timer is set to a value greater than zero, the controller delays closing of the door until the timer expires.
Open
Opens the door to fully open position when activated.
Auto 1
Momentary activation opens door to the fully open position limit. Upon deactivation the controller delays the door for the
duration of the Auto timer. If reactivated during this time delay, the timer will be reset and will begin to decrement when
the input is again deactivated. Upon expiration of the timer, the controller closes the door to fully closed position. If timer
is not used, the door will stay in the open position when activated.
Stop
Momentary activation stops the motion of the door. This input uses the Stop Deceleration Ramp set under the System
Config menu. This input is also used to clear certain error conditions.
Close
Closes the door to fully open position when activated
Emergency Stop
Activation immediately halts the door in motion. This input uses the Emergency Deceleration Ramp set under the
System Config menu.
Safety Edge
Activation during a closing cycle stops the door and then reverses the door motion back to the fully open position limit.
An “E10 Safety Edge Activated” error occurs.
Photoeye
Activation during a closing cycle stops the door and then reverses the door motion back to the fully open position limit.
Lock Open
Activation causes the controller to hold the door at the fully open position limit. The input must be continuously activated
to maintain the locked open state. Deactivating this input unlocks the door and allows normal operation.
Lock Close
Activation causes the controller to hold the door at the fully closed position limit. The input must be continuously
activated to maintain the locked open state. Deactivating this input unlocks the door and allows normal operation.
Open Jog
Activation of this input moves the door in the direction of the fully open limit at Jog speed. Deactivating this input stops
the door in motion. Activation during closing does not open or stop the door.
Close Jog
Activation of this input moves the door in the direction of the fully closed limit at Jog speed. Deactivating this input stops
the door in motion. Activation during opening does not close or stop the door.
Breakaway
Activation halts door motion.
Open Position 1
Activation opens the door to the partial open 1 position limit. If activated during closing, door will reverse to 1 position
limit.
Open Position 2
Activation opens the door to the partial open 2 position limit. If activated during closing, door will reverse to 2 position
limit.
Open Part 1 Auto
Activation opens the door to partial open 1 position limit. The controller then delays the door for the duration of the Auto
Timer. Upon expiration of the timer, the door closes fully.
Open Part 2 Auto
Activation opens the door to partial open 2 position limit. The controller then delays the door for the duration of the Auto
Timer. Upon expiration of the timer, the door closes fully.
Flip Flop
Activation reverses the door operation. If door is closed, activation opens the door and vise versa. When door is closing
and activated, the door reverses and begins opening and vise versa.
Man Part 1
Activation opens the door to the partial open 1 position limit, if not already at this position. If the door is already at this
position, the door closes.
Man Part 2
Activation opens the door to the partial open 2 position limit, if not already at this position. If the door is already at this
position, the door closes.
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PART 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU (continued.....)
INPUT SIGNAL
ACTIVATION DESCRIPTION
Door Moving
Output is active when the door is in motion.
Door Not Moving
Output is active when the door is not in motion.
Door Open
Output is active when the door is at the fully open position.
Door Closed
Output is active when the door is at the fully closed position.
Door Not Closed
Output is active when the door is above the fully closed position.
Door Open Partial
Output is active when the door is at open part 1 position.
Door Opening
Output is active when the door is moving in the open direction.
Door Closing
Output is active when the door is moving in the close direction.
Delay to Close
Output is active when the Delay To Close timer is greater than zero and the door is commanded to close. The output remains active for the duration of the Delay To
Close timer.
Delay to Open
Output is active when the Delay To Open timer is greater than zero and the door is commanded to open. The Open button must remain active until the Delay To
Open timer has expired, the output will be active during this time. Upon expiration of the timer, the door opens and the output is deactivated.
Auto Close Active
Output is active for the duration of the Auto or Man timer during an auto close sequence.
System Error
Output is active when DGII is in any error condition.
Pre Warning Active
Output is active for the duration of the Auto Timer and during any close sequence.
Open Alarm Active
Output is active when Open Alarm Timer is greater then zero.
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PART 6 INFORMATION MENU
How to use the keypad to retrieve operation events, fault/shutdown messages, and system status
(Also see Section 8—Troubleshooting)
A. With the unit idle enter the System Status menu.
B. Scroll through the list of choices until you reach the Fault Log menu and enter.
C. Scroll through the list until you reach the information you’re looking for.
D. When finished exit the menus and return to the main screen.
NOTE: The items in the Fault Log are listed in reverse chronological order with number 1 being the most
recent and the highest number being the oldest.
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•
If NO keys are pressed for 120 seconds, display will exit back to the main menu.
Motion can occur and panel responds normally to inputs while in the System Status Menus.
PART 7 SETUP CHECK LIST
WARNING
Check ALL items below to ensure that the Control Panel is installed and operating properly and entrapment protection is working properly.
A door system that is not properly setup can cause death or serious injury.
CHECK
– The door operates using all installed control devices.
– The door runs to its full open and full closed positions.
– The Entrapment Protection Device(s) will reverse a closing door when actuated.
– The proper Actuator selections are made to activate timers.
– The Hand Chain interlock switch prevents motor/door movement when the hand chain is pulled.
If the panel is in a location where public access is possible, install a means to limit access to the inside of the panel.
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SECTION 8 - TROUBLESHOOTING
Input Power
Connections (Mains)
Wiring Guide
Menu/Enter Button
UP
Exterior Switch
Connector
Display
DOWN
Motor Encoder
Connection
Button
Standard Inputs
RS 485 COM
Terminal Block
Reversing Edge
Terminal Block
Configurable Inputs
Terminal Block
Safety Terminal
Block: Photocell
Connections
Output Relay
Terminal Block
Control Output
Power Terminal
Block
Motor Connection
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Braking Resistor Connection
(some models)
Brake Connection
(optional)
Fig 8–H
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PART 1 GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
POTENTIAL CAUSE
NOTES / CORRECTIVE ACTION
Door may be in Shut Down mode. Fix issue.
Press stop key to clear fault.
No power
Check motor wiring, power line, system rating.
Timer is set to 0.
Verify or update specific timer in express menu..
Timer condidtion not met.
Verify door is at open close limits, or condition is met.
Auto 1/ Manual 1 Function
not working
Wiring or connection loose, signal not reaching controller.
Verify connections.
Auto 1/Man 1 not selected as function.
Verify chosen input function.
On key release, door stops or
reverses
One of the sensor inputs activated.
Verify sensor inputs.
Timed Close quits after a few
reverses
After a factory set number of failed attempts, usually three, the door
will stop attempting to Time Close after a reversal. This is normal door
function.
Door will reverse a Timed Closed door without counting the first reversal as a
failed attempt. NOTE: If Entrapment Prevention Inputs cause reversals in the
meantime, the reversals will continue to count as failed attempts and stop the
close timer after three tries.
Wall push button not
responding.
Wiring and firmware setting incorrect.
Common should be set to 24V
Stop is set to NC in firmware (System config > Inputs)
Open is set to NO.
Close is set to NO.
Refer to Fig 8-J page 36
General service Due: XXXXX
Routine service interval has elapsed.
Contact distributor for required maintenance.
Major service Req’d XXXXX
Required maintenance interval has elapsed.
Contact distributor for required maintenance.
A brownout or short has affected the controller
Use the disconnect switch to turn off the power, wait until the unit shuts off,
then turn it back on (hard reset).
-Contact customer service if it is still an issue.
Possible overheat
Check fault log
Connection to the Junction Box is incorrect
Ensure the Junction Box connections are correct (Via Manual)
1. Radio Remote Receiver is wired to Manual1 input
-A 10 kohm load is also needed to be wired as instructed in FIG-22 pg 19 (three
phase) or FIG 9.3 pg 42 (single phase).
2. Loop Detector or Motion Detector is wired to Option 1 (or to an Auto1 input)
NOTE* Both can be wired, but one needs to be wired directly to the Control Unit
(regular wire can be used)
Fault occured when setting limits
1. Fix faults in system.
2. Make sure Position Sensor does not roll over from +32,000 to -32,000 when
setting limits.
3. Make sure Position count increases when setting door to open limit (door
direction incorrect).
4. Restart Quick Setup.
Position Sensor fault/failure
1. Verify Position Sensor connections.
2. Verify magnet in position sensor has not moved and has not rubbed against
the encoder.
3. Reset limits.
Door will not move
Timed Close not functioning
Door stops for no reason, or
acts differently than before
- No errors displayed, only
shows IDLE at status
One of the options to the
Junction Box does not
operate as expected
Quick setup aborted
Door limits have shifted
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PART 2 CONTROL PANEL STATUS MESSAGES
Fig 8–J
STOP
CLOSE
OPEN
+24V
MESSAGE
DISPLAYED
CAUSE
NOTES / CORRECTIVE ACTION
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Displayed if no message code is present in the Event or Error Log.
Contact service representative.
Door at rest, not at open, close, mid limits.
Displayed when door is motionless in Idle and not at open, close, open P1 limits.
Door stopped using the STOP key.
Door at rest and counting down to timed close or open.
Time remaining in seconds is displayed.
Door opening.
Displayed while door is opening from activation.
Door closing.
Displayed while door is closing from activation.
Door stopping.
Displayed while door is stopping from activation.
Locked
Incorrect pass code input.
Displayed when the wrong pass code is entered
Closed
Position at close limit.
Open
Position at open limit.
Open P1
Position at 75% of open limit.
Open P2
Position at mid limit.
STATUS
Idle
STATUS
Count down
STATUS -OPENING
Opening
STATUS - CLOSING
Closing
STATUS -STOP
Stop
STATUS
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PART 3 CONTROL PANEL ERROR MESSAGES - INVERTER ERROR CODES
CODE
DESCRIPTION
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
INV_ERROR_UU
DC Link low
(Top Priority)
The incoming mains voltage is too low
View System Status - DC Link to check that the voltage is within the range shown.
INV_ERROR_OU
DC Link high
(Medium Priority)
Either the incoming mains voltage is too high
or the deceleration rate is to short
View System Status - DC Link to check that the voltage is within the range shown.
Decrease the deceleration ramps.
INV_ERROR_OC1
Overcurrent 210%
(Low Priority)
The motor current exceeds the inverter rating
by 210%
View the Motor Current display to check the current delivered to the motor. Check
the motor nameplate data to confirm that the correct controller model is being
used. Check for mechanical obstruction or damage.
INV_ERROR_OC2
Overcurrent 150%/30 sec
(Low Priority)
The motor current exceeds the inverter rating
by 150% for more than 30 seconds
View the Motor Current display to see the current delivered to the motor. Check
the motor nameplate data to confirm that the correct controller is being used.
Check for mechanical obstruction or damage.
INV_ERROR_OC3
Overcurrent during acceleration
Overcurrent while accelerating
View the Motor Current display to see the current delivered to the motor. Decrease
the acceleration ramps
INV_ERROR_OC4
Overcurrent DC/Brake
(Medium Priority)
Overcurrent while DC braking
View the Motor Current display to see the current delivered to the motor. Decrease
the DC Brake level.
INV_ERROR_OC5
Peak overcurrent
(High Priority)
Severe overload
Check for:
a short in the motor cable
stalled motor
mechanically or electrically damaged motor.
If equipped with a parking brake, ensure that it is being released. Decrease the
Boost parameters.
INV_ERROR_OH
Controller overheat
(High Priority)
The inverter is overheated
View System Status - Temperature to check that the reported temperature is
within range. Check ventilation and ensure fan, if present, is operating. Reset the
controller and confirm that the fan operates for 1 second during the power-up
routine. Reduce the duty cycle of the door.
INV_ERROR_12V
Low internal 12v
(Top Priority)
The internal 12V DC power supply voltage is
too low
View the System Status - Int Levels to check that the voltage is within range. Check
I/O wiring for shorts.
INV_ERROR_24V
Low internal 24v
(Top Priority)
The internal 24V DC power supply voltage is
too low
View the System Status - Int Levels to check that the voltage is within range. Check
I/O wiring for shorts.
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PART 4 CONTROL PANEL ERROR MESSAGES - DOOR CONTROL ERROR CODES
CODE
DESCRIPTION
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
E01
Slip error
(Low Priority)
Mechanical overload (Slip Monitoring) or missing
signal from encoder.
Check door for obstruction.
Ensure the pulse output from the encoder is connected to terminal P2 on the controller.
Verify that the encoder pulse output is set correctly.
E02
Direction Error - occurs
during setup only (Low
Priority)
The direction of the motor is incorrect. The
encoder count must increment positively while
the door is moving in the open direction.
Use the Motor Direction parameter to set the correct direction for the motor and encoder.
E03
No Signal From Pulse
Generator - occurs during No pulse input detected from the encoder.
setup only. (Low Priority)
Check door for obstruction.
Ensure the pulse output from the encoder is connected to terminal P2 on the Controller.
Verify that the encoder pulse output is set correctly.
E04
Speed Error
Door moves faster/slower then Expected
Check door for obstruction.
E05
N/A
E06
N/A
E07
Run Timer Exceeded
(Low Priority)
The Run Timer has expired.
Check the Run Timer parameter to ensure a correct value.
E08
Safety Edge Test Fail
(Medium Priority)
The Reversing Edge test has failed
Check the connections from the reversing edge to the controller. If using the Seywave wireless
system, check operation of connected host and remote door sensor.
E09
Safety Edge Connection
(Medium Priority)
The Reversing Edge connection cannot be
verified.
Check the connections from the reversing edge to the controller. If using the Seywave wireless
system, check operation of connected host and remote door sensor. Verify Safety edge is not
activated.
E10
Safety Edge 1 Activated
(Low Priority)
The Reversing Edge has been activated
Check for obstruction in door’s path.
E11
Safety Edge 2 Activated
(Low Priority)
The Reversing Edge has been activated
Check for obstruction in door’s path.
E12
Lifting Force Exceeded
(Low Priority)
The torque limit has been exceeded
If the torque limiting feature is being used, adjust the Torque Limit parameter to suit the
application.
E13
No Encoder movement
Encoder did not move when expected
Check for obstruction. Check connection from Position Sensor to Motor.
E14
Absolute Encoder Comm
Loss
(Top Priority)
Communication with the absolute encoder has
been lost.
Check the connections between the encoder and the controller.
E15
Installation Fault
(Low Priority)
An error occurred during Quick Setup
Re-perform Quick Setup
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PART 4 CONTROL PANEL ERROR MESSAGES - DOOR CONTROL ERROR CODES (continued.....)
CODE
DESCRIPTION
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
E16
Encoder fault
Encoder communication is not correct
Check Position Sensor. Verify connections.
E17
Reset Limits
(HIGH PRIORITY)
The position limits cannot be verified
Perform a Quick Setup
E18
Wireless Airlock Failed to
Authorize Opening
(Low Priority)
The controller failed to receive an Airlock request
acknowledgement.
Check opposite controller to ensure that it is operational. Check that both controllers have
been wirelessly connected together and that each controller has Wireless and Airlock enabled.
Disconnect controllers and run a discovery to reconnect controllers.
E19
Wireless No Response
There was no response from the onboard wireless
Ensure that the Wireless is Enabled then power cycle the controller.
E20
Backroll error
Door movement when at idle state
Verify there are no obstructions, verify motor gear box is functional.
E21
Option - Seywave OCS
Remote Timeout
A paired Seywave wireless O/C/S remote has
timed out.
Check the remote for operation. Refer to supplied Seywave Wireless manual for troubleshooting.
E22
Option - Seywave DS
Remote Timeout
A paired Seywave wireless Door Sensor remote
has timed out.
Check the remote for operation. Refer to supplied Seywave Wireless manual for troubleshooting.
E23
Option - Seywave DS
Connection Fault
A paired Seywave wireless Door Sensor remote
has reported a connection fault.
Check the connection and remote for operation. Refer to supplied Seywave Wireless manual for
troubleshooting.
E25
Manual Crank input
active (Medium Priority)
The hand chain has been pulled.
Pull the hand chain in the opposite direction to reset.
E26
Overtravel error (HIGH
PRIORITY)
Door moves beyond limits.
Reset limits
E27
Photoeye connection test Monitored Photoeye connection test failed.
fail (Medium Priority)
Check photoeye connections
E28
Photoeye 1 activation
(Low Priority)
Photoeye 1 has detected an obstruction.
Check for obstructions in photoeye path
E29
Photoeye 2 activation
(Low Priority)
Photoeye 2 has detected an obstruction
Check for obstructions in photoeye path
E30
Input Timer Exceeded
Input activation lasting longer than 2 minutes.
Verify wall buttons are not stuck. Check connections for a short.
Breakaway active
Bottom of the door has been hit, or there is
enough internal or external pressure to cause
breakaway.
If the door curtain and bottom are inside the guides with no apparent hit or damaged, follow the
prompts on the controller to reset breakaway. It may be necessary to set breakaway threshold to
high to make breakaway less sensitive. If the door curtain and bottom are NOT inside the guides,
inspect and repair any damage. Once repair is done, bring the curtain and bottom to the coil side
of the guide. Follow prompts on the controller to reset breakaway.
E31
PART 5 CONTROL PANEL ERROR MESSAGES - ERROR CODE PRIORITY LEVELS
Priority Level
Reset Condition
Comment
Low
Activation input
Can also be reset by higher priority reset conditions
Medium
Stop, E-Stop or Menu/Enter button pressed
Can also be reset by higher priority reset conditions
High
Menu/Enter button pressed and held for 2 seconds.
Screen Flashes
Priority Reset Limits
Successful Quick Setup
Auto-clears when limits are set
Priority Encoder Connection
Communication restored between encoder and controller
Auto-clears when fault no longer exists
Priority INV_ERROR_UU
Incoming main voltage is within range
Auto-clears when fault no longer exists
Priority INV_ERROR_12VInternal 12V
Internal 12V DC level is within range
Auto-clears when fault no longer exists
Priority INV_ERROR_24V
Internal 24V DC level is within range
Auto-clears when fault no longer exists
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STEP 1 CONNECT CONTROLLER LOW VOLTAGE WIRING (EXTERNAL)
Connections to the door are completed by attaching the two screw-in cables to the control panel’s base, Fig 18 page 16.
-5 pin cable connector (See Fig 20 and 21 on page 18)
• Position Sensor
-12 pin cable connector (See Fig 18 on page 16)
• Photoeye Receiver
• Photoeye Transmitter
• Sensing Edge
• Hand Crank Interlock Switch
• Optional Input 1
• Optional Input 2
STEP 2 INSTALL OPTIONAL DEVICES
INSTALL MOTION SENSOR (optionally purchased)
Motion Sensor is an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Follow the installation instructions accompanying the Motion Sensor.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 23 page 19.
INSTALL LOOP DETECTOR (optionally purchased)
Loop Detector is an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Follow the installation instructions accompanying the Loop Detector.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 24 page 19.
INSTALL RADIO CONTROLS (optionally purchased)
Radio Controls are an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Follow the installation instructions accompanying the Radio Controls.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 9.3 page 42.
INSTALL WALL MOUNTED PUSH BUTTON (optionally purchased)
Wall Mounted Push Buttons are an optional component purchased separately and does not come with door.
• Install wiring per wiring diagram FIG 12.4 page 56.
STEP 3 CONNECT OPTIONAL DEVICES
One option may be connected to the Junction Box by the installer. Additional options must be wired to the spare inputs on the Control panel. Use the corresponding option
inputs.
• Radio Remote to the Junction Box connector 5 labeled “Option 1”.
• Floor loop to the Junction Box connector 5 labeled “Option 1”.
• Motion Detector to the Junction Box connector 5 labeled “Option 1”.
• Wall mounted push button stations to the main Control Panel Fig. 12.4 on page 56.
Note: When installing push buttons, use the 24V supplied by the Control Unit as the common.
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5-PIN POSITION
SENSOR CABLE
MOTOR POWER
FROM DISCNNECT
12-PIN JUNCTION
BOX CABLE
MOTOR CABLE
Fig 9.2
Fig 9.1
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0V
RECEIVER LOAD
SIGNAL
BROWN
Fig 9.3
BLACK
BLUE
REFERENCE MATERIALS LOCATION
1. For a diagram of the pin layouts on the 5-pin and 12-pin cables and connectors see FIG-18 pg 16.
2. For a diagram of the junction box connectors see FIG-19 pg 17.
3. For position sensor location and cable details see FIG-20 and FIG-21 pg 18.
4. For radio receiver wiring see FIG-9.3 below.
5. For motion detector and loop detector wiring see FIG-23 and FIG-24 pg 19.
24VDC
RADIO RECEIVER
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WARNING
WARNING
Before beginning this phase of the installation, ensure power supply is DISCONNECTED!
CAUTION
WARNING
ADV-X Door Models must be supplied by a grounded Wye voltage supply, e.g. 208 Y/120, 480 Y/277. Ungrounded voltage supply sources must be avoided, e.g. 480 VAC,
240 VAC or 120 VAC Delta systems should NOT be used. Voltage unbalance is a common occurrence on Delta supply systems, which power both single phase and three
phase loads, which can lead to unequal voltages on each phase leg. Voltage unbalance can cause deterioration of motor performance, such as loss of torque, overheating,
decrease the winding insulation life, and can cause motor starter contacts, located in the control panel, to permanently “weld” closed. Voltage unbalance can be caused
by inadequate conductor sizing, Delta transformer sizing, excessive single-phase loads, poor grounding, or intermittent high resistance faults (Faults which do NOT
generate high – enough fault currents to trip an Over Current Protection device, but will cause the distributed capacitance in an ungrounded three phase system to shift.
This shift may cause destructive over-voltages to occur).
Wayne Dalton’s® warranty WILL NOT cover damage caused by failure of the motor, control panel or other electrical components due to the use of an inadequately
grounded system.
All ADV-X models 880, 881, 882, and 883 are available in single phase and 3-phase voltages. Single phase voltages are available in 115VAC and 240VAC. 3 phase voltages are
available in 240VAC, 480VAC, and 575VAC. ADV-X model 884 and 885 are available in 3 phase voltages only. YOUR LOCAL CODES MAY REQUIRE THAT THE INCOMING
POWER TO YOUR DOOR HAVE A LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT EQUIPPED FUSED DISCONNECT SWITCH (TO BE FURNISHED BY OTHERS) WITHIN EYESIGHT OF THE
DOOR’S CONTROL PANEL. Incoming power wiring must meet all NEC and local building codes, plus be properly sized for the control panel’s amperage rating on the
nameplate. To reduce the risk of electric shock, the chassis of the control panel must be properly grounded.
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid serious injury or death:
-It is recommended that line voltage wiring be performed by a qualified electrician.
-Be sure that electrical power has been disconnected from the input wires being connected to the operator prior to handling these wires. An appropriate lock-out/tagout procedure is recommended.
-Line voltage must meet all local building codes.
-Make sure operator voltage, phase, and frequency ratings are identical to the job site line voltage ratings.
-Input power wiring must be properly sized for the operators amperage rating.
WARNING
WARNING
To avoid serious injury or death DO NOT calibrate motor or operate door unless doorway is in sight and free of obstructions. Keep clear of opening while door is moving.
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MOTOR & POWER WIRING (HIGH VOLTAGE) (These tasks are also diagrammed in Fig 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3 on pages 44-46.)
A. Route Motor Power Cable (provided, factory wired to motor) through water-tight fitting in the FIRST hole from left side of Control Panel bottom.
1. Connect the lighter gauge, twisted pair wires to the blue colored Motor Brake terminals next to the disconnect switch. Either wire can connect to either terminal.
It is labeled “B1” and “B2”.
2. Connect the green and yellow ground wire and the braided cable shield separately to the two PE terminals on the PCB.
3. Connect the thicker motor wires to Terminals U, V and W on the green screw connectors on the bottom left of the PCB. The order doesn’t matter since the motor
rotation can be changed using the internal programming during Set-up in Section 6.
WARNING
WARNING
Before beginning this phase of installation, ensure POWER SUPPLY is disconnected!
A licensed electrician must perform the following step.
B. Route Main Power Cable (not provided) through a
water-tight fitting (not provided) in the SECOND hole from the
left side of the Control Panel bottom.
• Connect single phase power lines to the disconnect. Connect
the ground wire to the Ground Terminal to the left of the disconnect.
Fig 10.1
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Fig 10.2
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SECTION 11 - INITIAL STARTUP PROCEDURE- SINGLE PHASE
REFERENCE MATERIALS LOCATION
Initial startup procedure is identical to the procedure for the three phase controller. Please refer to section 6 pg 24-25.
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SECTION 12 - MENUS - SINGLE PHASE CONTROLLER
Fig 12.1
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SYSTEM STATUS MENU
The System Status menu is read-only and provides parameter status displays for use in setup and troubleshooting. The options of the System Status menu
are shown and described below. The controller is fully operational within this menu, allowing real-time
parameter updates. To use the System Status menu:
A. Enter the System Status menu
B. Scroll down and highlight a menu option.
C. Enter to view the highlighted option.
D. Press and hold STOP or ENTER when finished to return to the System Status menu.
E. Repeat to view other parameters if desired.
Overview displays status and current position of Photocell and Safety Edge (reversing edge)
1. To view status and current position of photocell
2. Safety Edge 2, scroll up.
Position shows the internal door position count. The battery level and status
are shown
Inputs provides an overview of the controller inputs. Box is marked if the corresponding
controller input is active.
Outputs provides an overview of the controller outputs. Box is marked if the corresponding
controller output is active.
Fault log displays error code and door operation cycle for the last 10 faults. Scroll up or down to navigate
through the fault log.
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PART 2 SYSTEM STATUS MENU (continued.....)
Cycle counter shows the number of operating cycles the door has completed (open/close = 1 cycle). Note: This is already shown by
default at the top left corner in the main screen.
Temperature shows the internal temperature of the DGII Controller. This is a raw analog value and
does not represent degrees centigrade or Fahrenheit. A display on the bottom graphically approximates either a Low or High temperature
L
H
DC Link shows the internal DC Link voltage along with the acceptable range.
INT Levels shows the control’s actual internal supply voltages.
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PART 3 PROFILE SELECTION MENU
The profile selection is done at the factory by default. Profiles can be selected based on the door the controller is operating. The profile is
protected by a passcode, and can only be changed by Overhead service representative. All settings are lost and reverted back to defaults when
the profile is changed. Profiles can be accessed through the main menu under Profile Selection.
PART 4 LIMIT SETUP MENU
Individual limits can be updated manually, however; the best option is to use the quick setup process as discussed earlier. The door will not be
operational when setting limits. Limit settings are as described below.
WARNING
All Entrapment Protection Devices are OFF when setting limits. Devices OFF while setting Limits include: Edge Contact, Photoeye, Wall push
buttons, Radio Control, Limit Sensors, Loop Detector, or any motion sensor used as either an actuator or an Entrapment Protection Device.
Only the Interlock remains active. USE CAUTION! Do NOT use for general door operation when setting limits.
Breakaway Limit
Fully Open
Pre-Open
Photocell OFF
Fig 7–B
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To configure the Limit Settings manually after using Quick Setup, select each
individual position listed below from the Limit Setup menu, then move the door
to the desired position. Store the position by pressing STOP or ENTER when finished. The display shows Stored and returns to the previous menu.
•
Closed: Door fully closed.
•
Pre Closed: Position where door changes to pre-closing speed during close.
•
Pre Open: Position where door changes to pre-open speed during open.
•
Open: Door fully closed.
•
Open Part 1: Partially open position 1. Door opens to this position when a
part 1 open input is active. (default: 75% of door open limit)
•
Open Part 2: Partially open position 2. Door opens to this position when a
part 2 open input is active. (default: 50% of door open limit)
•
Rev. Edge OFF: Sets door position where safety edge check is turned off: the
limit where the reversing safety edge should be ignored.
•
Photocell Off: Sets door position where photocell should be ignored.
•
Breakaway Limit: Position slightly above (2” to 4”) the open position to allow
for the bottom of the door to swing back into the guides.
•
Breakaway: Breakaway is condition where the bottom of the door is hit
causing the end of the door to be outside of the guide. Follow SECTION 8 –
TROUBLESHOOTING for breakaway reset.
Rev Edge OFF
Pre-Closed
Fully Closed
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PART 5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU
This menu contains all editable parameters on the door system. A passcode is required in order to change the settings. The door will not
operate when inside the menu.
A. Timers
1. Contains all the same timers in the Express Menu.
2. Setting the timer to 0 disables the timer.
B. Outputs - Configurable relay activation based on custom door status/events. Table on page 55 lists all available status/events.
C. Inputs - Inputs with configurable actuator functions. Table on
page 53-54 lists all functions available with each input.
D. Position sensor -Do not update/menu is not used
E. Reference -Do not update/menu is not used.
F. Safety Edges -Do not update / Menu not used.
G. Photoeyes -Do not update/menu is not used
Fig 12.2
H. Motor Configuration - Do not update / Engineering use only.
I. Frequencies - Do not update / Tech Services use only.
J. Ramps - Do not update / Tech Services use only.
K. DG-XNET -Do not update / Menu not used.
L. Options -Menu to access the pairing of the wireless sensing edge host.
Fig 12.3
M. System -Do not update / Engineering use only.
PROGRAMMING
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CONFIGURATION INPUT/OUTPUTS
A. Inputs. There are 3 parameters that can be set. Refer to FIG 12.2 (close up view of Input relays)
Continuous
thisbe
input
will disable
the controller
from
door.operate the door.
1. Function
-A list of activation
functionsofcan
selected
to determine
how
themoving
input the
should
2. Name -aThis
name
cancause
be applied
the“Hand
specific
function
 Hand Crank
will also
an E31 to
error
Crank
active”. Deactivation of this input will
3. Logic -The
logic
activation
of theoperation
door can
beclear
chosen.
Either Normally
return
thefor
controller
to normal
and
the corresponding
error.Open (0VDC ->24VDC) or Normally Closed (24VDC
->0VDC).
B. Outputs. Refer to FIG 12.3 (close up view of Output relays)
1 Function -list of functions can be selected to activate the output relay
2. The output is dependent on the input wired into the relay pins.
Standard Input Configuration*
Input Terminal # Input Label
Default function
8
Aux 2
Photoeye1
9
Aux 3
Photoeye2
11
Open
Open
12
Close
Close
13
Partial
Open Part 1
14
Auto
Auto 1
15
Stop
Stop
17
Off
Hand Crank
*For reference only, may change based on profile
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Front Panel Input Configuration
Default Name
Photoeye1
Photoeye2
Open
Close
Open Part 1
Auto 1
Stop
Hand Crank
Default Logic
Normally Closed
Normally Closed
Normally Open
Normally Open
Normally Open
Normally Open
Normally Closed
Normally Closed
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Logic
Submenu to select the logic for the input, either NO / NC.
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INPUT FUNCTIONS
MENU ITEM
 No Function
Description: (when the input is active)
Input is disabled.
An activation of this input will open the door unless the door is already at an open
 Manual 1
position. In this case the door will close. If the Man 1 Timer is set greater than zero
the controller will delay closing of the door until the timer has expired.
An activation of this input will open the door to the Fully Open position.
 Open
An activation of this input will open the door to the Fully Open position. The
 Auto 1
controller will then delay the door for the duration of the Auto 1 Timer. Upon
expiration of the timer the controller will then close the door to the Closed Position.
Activation of this input will stop motion of the door. This input is also used to clear
 Stop
certain error conditions.
PROGRAMMING
 Close
An activation of this input will close the door to the fully close position.
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An activation of this input will cause the door to immediately stop motion.
 Emergency Stop
An activation of this input during a closing cycle will cause the door to stop motion
 Safety Edge
and then reverse to the Fully Open position. This will also cause an E10 error “Safety
Edge Activated”.
An activation
this input during a closing cycle will cause the door to stop motion39
DG-Mini V7 Rev. C Standard HW
manual Vof1.0.2
 Photoeye 1
and then reverse to the Fully Open position. This will also cause an E28 error
“Photoeye 1 Activated”.
 Lock Open
Activation of this input will cause the controller to hold the door at the Fully Open
position. The input must be continually activated to hold the controller in the Locked
state. A deactivation of this input will unlock the door and allow normal operation.
 Lock Close
Activation of this input will cause the controller to hold the door at the closed
position. The input must be continually activated to hold the controller in the Locked
state. A deactivation of this input will unlock the door and allow normal operation.
 Open Jog
Continuous activation of this input will move the door in the open direction at Jog
Speed. A deactivation of the input will stop motion of the door.
 Close Jog
Continuous activation of this input will move the door in the Closed direction at Jog
Speed. A deactivation of the input will stop motion of the door.
Activation of this input will stop motion of the door. This will also cause an E31 error
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 Breakaway
“Breakaway Active”. A Breakaway reset procedure will be required. See the Trouble
Shooting section for details.
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 Open Jog
Continuous activation of this input will move the door in the open direction at Jog
Speed. A deactivation of the input will stop motion of the door.
activation of this input will move the door in the Closed direction at Jog
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Speed.
A deactivation-ofSINGLE
the input will stopPHASE
motion of the door.
 Close Jog
 Breakaway
 Open Part 1
 Open part 2
 Auto 1 Part 1
 Auto 1 Part 2
 Photoeye 2
 Man 1 Part 1
 Man 1 Part 2
Activation of this input will stop motion of the door. This will also cause an E31 error
“Breakaway Active”. A Breakaway reset procedure will be required. See the Trouble
Shooting section for details.
Activation of this input will open the door to the Open Part 1 position.
Activation of this input will open the door to the Open Part 2 position.
Activation of this input will open the door to the Open Part 1 position. The controller
will then delay the door for the duration of the Auto 1 Timer. Upon expiration of the
timer the door will close to the Fully Closed position.
Opens the door to the Partial 2 position and starts the Auto Close Timer. Activation of
this input will open the door to the Open Part 2 position. The controller will then
delay the door for the duration of the Auto 1 Timer. Upon expiration of the timer the
door will close to the Fully Closed position.
An activation of this input during a closing cycle will cause the door to stop motion
and then reverse to the Fully Open position. This will also cause an E29 error
“Photoeye 2 Activated”.
Activation of this input will open the door to the Open Part 1 position if the door is
not at this position. If the door is already at or above this position the door will close.
If the Man 1 Timer is greater than zero, the controller will delay the door for the
duration of the timer. Upon expiration of the timer, the door will close to the Fully
Closed position.
Activation of this input will open the door to the Open Part 2 position if the door is
not at this position. If the door is already at or above this position the door will close.
If the Man 1 Timer is greater than zero, the controller will delay the door for the
duration of the timer. Upon expiration of the timer, the door will close to the Fully
Closed position.
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RELAY OUTPUT FUNCTIONS
 No Function
 Door Moving
 Door idle
 Door Open
 Door Closed
 Door Not Closed
 Open Partial
 Door Opening
 Door Closing
 Delay To Close
 Delay to Open
 Auto 1 Active
 System Error
 Pre-Warn
 Open Alarm
 Open Light
 Closed Light
 Part open Light
Description:
Output is disabled.
Output is active anytime the door is in motion.
Output is active anytime the door is not in motion
Output is active whenever the door is at the Fully Open.
Output is active whenever the door is at the Fully Closed.
Output is active whenever the door is above the Fully Closed position.
Output is active whenever the door is at either the Open Part 1 or Open Part 2
position.
Output is active whenever the door is moving in the open direction.
Output is active whenever the door is moving in the closed direction.
Output is active whenever the Delay to Close Timer is greater than zero and the
door is commanded to close.
Output is active when the Delay To Open Timer is greater than zero and the door is
commanded to open. The input must remain activated until the Delay To Open
Timer has expired, the output will be active during this time. Upon expiration of the
timer the door opens and the output is deactivated.
Output is active whenever the Auto Close Timer is greater than zero.
Output is active whenever an error is present.
Output is active whenever the Auto Close or Manual 1 timers are active. The output
remains active through the closing cycle until the door is Fully Closed.
Output is active if the Open Alarm Timer has expired.
Output is active whenever the door is in the Open State. This function should be
used whenever door state signaling is required.
Output is active whenever the door is in the Closed State. This function should be
used whenever door state signaling is required.
Output is active whenever the door is in the Open Part 1 or Open Part 2 State. This
function should be used whenever door state signaling is required.
Note: The Power Relay’s function is normally set to Door Moving and is used to control the parking brake.
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PROGRAMMABLE INPUTS
The function and logic of each input can be
individually configured.
All inputs are 12-24V DC compatible.
Function and logic (NO / NC) are programmable.
Programmable input default assignments.
Normally Open
Normally Closed
Terminal #:
Default function:
8
Photoeye 1
9
Photoeye 2
11
Open
12
Close
13
Partial
14
Auto
15
Stop
17
Hand Crank
Note
Fig 12.4
To program control signals parameters
please use the menu:
System ConfigInputs
See Input configuration section for details
FRONT PANEL BUTTON CONNECTIONS
The front panel buttons can be programmed to function as Open-Close-Stop, Open with Auto close, or Jog mode.
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PART 6 INFORMATION MENU
How to use the keypad to retrieve operation events, fault/shutdown messages, and system status
(Also see Section 8—Troubleshooting)
A. With the unit idle enter the System Status menu.
B. Scroll through the list of choices until you reach the Fault Log menu and enter.
C. Scroll through the list until you reach the information you’re looking for.
D. When finished exit the menus and return to the main screen.
NOTE: The items in the Fault Log are listed in reverse chronological order with number 1 being the most
recent and the highest number being the oldest.
•
•
If NO keys are pressed for 120 seconds, display will exit back to the main menu.
Motion can occur and panel responds normally to inputs while in the System Status Menus.
PART 7 SETUP CHECK LIST
CAUTION
Check ALL items below to ensure that the Control Panel is installed and operating properly. A door system that is not properly setup can
cause death or serious injury.
CHECK
– The door operates using all installed control devices.
– The door runs to its full open and full closed positions.
– The Entrapment Protection Device(s) will reverse a closing door when actuated.
– The proper Actuator selections are made to activate timers.
– The Hand Chain interlock switch prevents motor/door movement when the hand chain is pulled.
If the panel is in a location where public access is possible, install a means to limit access to the inside of the panel.
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SECTION 13 - TROUBLESHOOTING THE CONTROLLER
Refer to section 8 pg 34-39. Troubleshooting the single phase controller is the same as the three phase controller.
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SECTION 14 - SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
General Maintenance Interval Message
• Upon reaching 150,000 door cycles (300,000 & 450,000,
etc.), the panel will display general maintenance needed.
Failure to perform specified service and maintenance may result in an unsafe
•
Contact your distributor to have required maintenance
condition, will void limited warranty, and may result in premature failure of the
performed.
unit. Service and Maintenance are necessary to ensure safe operation of the
• Once service is completed, clear the service message
ADV-X door.
by going into System Configuration ->System -> Clear
Service.
Sensing Edge & Photoeye systems
• Test sensing edge activation daily.
INSTALLATION DATE:_______________INSTALLER INITIAL:_____________
SERVICE ITEM
SERVICE INTERVAL (frequency)
– Place a solid object, higher than 12”, on floor and close
EVERY 12 MOS.
EVERY 6 MOS.
or
or
door. Sensing edge should reverse door direction on
EVERY DAY
1/4" MAX
50,000 CYCLES
100,000 CYCLES
contact with object.
CHAIN SAG
General Inspection
•
• Test Photoeye activation daily.
Limit Switch Chain
– Obstruct the Photoeye beam with a solid object.
•
Tension and Alignment
Photoeye should reverse door direction.
Manual Operation of Door
•
General Inspection
Sensing Edge & Photo Eye systems
•
• Visually inspect wiring conduit and cables.
Mounting Bolt Tightness
•
• Inspect fixtures such as: Bearings, conduit boxes, hood,
gear box (for oil leakage), motor.
Motor Brake Gap and Motor
•
• Inspect safety labels, placement and condition.
Check Limit Position
•
• Lubricate guides with paste wax or silicone spray.
Fig 9–B
Check Emergency Brake Activation List
•
Position Sensor Chain Tension and Alignment
• Check sprocket alignment.
Table 9–A
• Check chain tension, max sag is 1/2", Fig. 9–B.
• Lubricate chain.
Table 9–A provides a schedule of Service and Maintenance items. To the
right is a list of service and maintenance highlights.
Manual Operation of Door
• Inspect door alignment and level.
• Inspect curtain and endlocks for damage.
• Inspect guides, sensing edge and hood for damage.
Mounting Bolt Tightness
• Check fasteners anchoring headplates and door guides
to wall.
Check Limit Position
• Verify the door stops at correct open position.
• Verify that door closes fully without excessive "stacking"
of curtain in guides.
• Verify approach speeds provide for smooth starts and
stops.
Keep records of all service and maintenance.
WARNING
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828704-0001 REV - 05/11/2017
©2017 Wayne Dalton® a division of Overhead Door Corporation
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For Models 881 ADV-X, 882 ADV-X, 883 ADV-X, 884 ADV-X, and 885 ADV-X , Seller warrants all mechanical door
system components and the control panel hardware for a period of 60 MONTHS
For Model 880 ADV-X, Seller warrants the drive motor and gearbox system for a period of 60 MONTHS and Seller
warrants all other components for a period of 12 MONTHS
SIGNATURE OF SELLER:
DATE OF INSTALLATION:
FACTORY ORDER #:
SELLER’S ADDRESS:
SELLER:
INSTALLATION ADDRESS:
ORIGINAL PURCHASER:
DOOR MODEL:
Rev. 03.2017
Claims under this warranty must be made promptly after discovery, within the applicable warranty period, and in writing to
the Seller or to the authorized distributor or installer whose name and address appear below. The purchaser must allow
Seller a reasonable opportunity to inspect any Product claimed to be defective prior to removal or any alteration of its
condition. Proof of the purchase and/or installation date, and identification as the original purchaser, may be required.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE RESPONSIBLE FOR, OR LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR, SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
COLLATERAL, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, even if Seller has been advised of the
possibility of such damages. Such excluded damages include, but are not limited to, loss of goodwill, loss of profits, loss of
use, cost of any substitute product, interruption of business, or other similar indirect financial loss.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
This warranty is made to the original purchaser of the Product only, and is not transferable or assignable. This warranty
does not apply to any unauthorized alteration or repair of the Product, or to any Product or component which has been
damaged or deteriorated due to misuse (including used of interior rated products in exterior applications), neglect, accident,
failure to provide necessary maintenance, normal wear and tear, or acts of God or any other cause beyond the reasonable
control of Seller. This warranty does not cover replacement batteries or apply to any damage or deterioration caused by
door fabric and/or rubber curtain rubbing together as the door rolls up upon itself, punctur, or caused by exposure to salt
water, chemical fumes or other corrosive or aggressive environments, whether naturally occurring or man-made, including,
but not limited to, environments with a high degree of humidity, sand, dirt or grease.
Seller’s obligation under this warranty is specifically limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, any part which is
determined by Seller to be defective during the applicable warranty period. Repair or replacement labor for any defective
Product part or component is included for a period of one (1) year from the date of installation. After that, any labor charges
are excluded and will be the responsibility of the purchaser.
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Wayne Dalton, a division of Overhead Door Corporation, ("Seller") warrants to the original purchaser of the high speed fabric
and rubber door models 880 ADV-X, 881 ADV-X, 882 ADV-X, 883 ADV-X, 884 ADV-X, and 885 ADV-X (“Product”), subject
to all of the terms and conditions hereof, that the Product and all components thereof will be free from defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use for the following period, measured from the date of installation:
Limited Warranty
ADV-X High Speed Fabric and Rubber Doors
Models 880, 881, 882, 883, 884, and 885