01-39051 Logic 5.0 Commercial Door Operator Installation Manual

Logic 5.0 Commercial Door Operator
INSTALLATION MANUAL
®
Models GSD and SD
NOT FOR RESIDENTIAL USE
• Please read this manual and the enclosed safety materials completely, prior to installation
and use
• This Product Is To Be Installed And Serviced By A Trained Door Systems Technician nly.
• A LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device is EQUI ED for B2, T, TS,
and FSTS iring types.
• Upon completion of installation, test entrapment protection device(s) prior to placing the
operator into active use.
• These operators are compatible ith MyQ® and Security+ 2.0® accessories.
LiftMaster
300 Windsor Drive
Oak Brook, IL 60523
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION
2
INTRODUCTION
Carton Inventory
Hardware Kits
Operator Specifications
Maximum Door Area
Operator Dimensions
3-5
3
3
4
4
5
ASSEMBLY
6-7
INSTALLATION
Typical Installation
Fusible Link (Optional)
8-9
8
9
WIRING
Power and Ground
Control Station
10-11
10
11
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION
LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP)
12-13
12-13
ADJUSTMENT
Limit Adjustment
Clutch Adjustment (Model SD)
Torque Limiter Adjustment (Model GSD)
14-15
14
15
15
TESTING
16
MANUAL RELEASE
17
PROGRAMMING
Introduction to Programming
Determine and Set Wiring Type
Programming Remote Controls
Programming MyQ Devices (Optional)
Maintenance Alert System (MAS)
Open Mid Stop
Timer-To-Close
Car Dealer Mode
Maximum Run Timer (MRT)
Resetting Factory Defaults - Clearing Memory
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Schedule
Life of Operator Feature (Odometer/Cycle Counter)
Brake (if present)
How to Order Repair Parts
Table of Contents
TROUBLESHOOTING
Diagnostic Chart
Troubleshooting Guide
Troubleshooting Error Codes
Troubleshooting Radio Functionality
27-30
27
28
29
30
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Logic 5.0 Single Phase Wiring Diagram
Logic 5.0 Three Phase Wiring Diagram
31-32
31
32
ACCESSORIES
33-35
CONTROL CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM
18-25
18
19
20-21
22
22
23
23-24
24
25
25
26
26
26
26
26
1
BACK COVER
SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• BEFORE attempting to install, operate or maintain the operator,
you must read and fully understand this manual and follow all
safety instructions.
• DO NOT attempt repair or service of your commercial door and
gate operator unless you are an Authorized Service Technician.
• Operator intended to be installed on a properly balanced door
only. Make sure door is properly balanced before installing.
Mechanical
Electrical
WARNING
ENGLISH WARNINGS AT 50
AT 50%
NGSENGLISH
AT 50%WARNINGS
WARNING
When you see these Safety Symbols and Signal Words on the
following pages, they will alert you to the possibility of serious
injury or death if you do not comply with the warnings that
accompany them. The hazard may come from something
mechanical or from electric shock. Read the warnings carefully.
When you see this Signal Word on the following pages, it will
alert you to the possibility of damage to your door and/or the
door operator if you do not comply with the cautionary
statements that accompany it. Read them carefully.
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION WARNINGS AND
INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Install door operator ONLY on properly balanced and
lubricated door. An improperly balanced door may not
reverse when required and could result in SEVERE INJURY
or DEATH.
3. ALL repairs to cables, spring assemblies and other hardware
MUST be made by a trained door systems technician BEFORE
installing operator.
4. Disable ALL locks and remove ALL ropes connected to door
BEFORE installing operator to avoid entanglement.
5. Install door operator 8 feet (2.44 m) or more above floor.
6. NEVER connect door operator to power source until
instructed to do so.
7. NEVER wear watches, rings or loose clothing while installing
or servicing operator. They could be caught in door or
operator mechanisms.
8. Install control station:
• within sight of the door.
• out of reach of children at minimum height of
5 feet (1.5 m).
• away from ALL moving parts of the door.
9. Install the control station far enough from the door to
prevent the user from coming in contact with the door while
operating the controls.
10. Install the entrapment warning placard on wall next to the
control station in a prominent location that is visible from
the door.
11. Place manual release/safety reverse test label in plain view
on inside of door.
12. Upon completion of installation, test entrapment protection
device.
FRENCH WARNINGS
AT AT
50%50%
FRENCH
WARNINGS
NGS AT 50%
13.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
SPANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
SPANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
NGS AT 50%
2
Safety Information
INTRODUCTION
CARTON INVENTORY
Before beginning your installation check that all components were provided.
DESCRIPTION
Powerhead assembly
Owner’s manual and caution labels
Hardware box (includes fasteners, track spacers, trolley, door arm assembly, front idler and header mounting bracket)
3-Button control station with MAS LED
Trolley drive chain
NOTE: The tracks are shipped separately.
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES:
LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP)
Monitored photoelectric sensors and/or door edge sensors are required for any momentary contact to close modes of operation. See
pages 12 - 13 for additional information. Refer to the accessories pages 33 - 34, ‘Entrapment Protection Devices’ for available options.
HARDWARE KITS
KIT PART #
*K77-10473
*K77-10474
K75-10470
K75-10471
K75-10469
K75-16339
PART #
DESCRIPTION
Complete Hardware Kit for Single Slide door
Complete Hardware Kit for Bi-Sliding doors
Trolley Slider Kit for Single Slide door
Trolley Slider Kit for Bi-Sliding doors
Door Disconnect Kit
Wall Bracket Kit
DESCRIPTION
BI-PART SLIDE OPENING WIDTH
SINGLE SLIDE OPENING WIDTH
To 8 feet
10 feet
12 feet
14 feet
16-20 feet
22-24 feet
To 8 feet
8-12 feet
12-16 feet
16-20 feet
10-5808
10-5810
10-5812
10-5814
10-5820
10-5824
10-5812
10-5814
10-5820
10-5824
See chart
Track
See chart
Roller Chain
19-5114
19-5114
19-5114
19-5114
19-5120
19-5124
19-5114
19-5116
19-5118
19-5120
K75-16339
Wall brackets
4
4
4
4
5
6
4
5
6
6
* (4) wall brackets are included in the standard hardware kit. Single doors over 14 feet (4.26 m) or Bi-Part doors over 8 feet (2.44 m)
will require additional wall brackets, refer to chart.
Introduction
3
OPERATOR SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOR
TYPE: . . . . . . . . . .
HORSEPOWER:
Model GSD . . . . . . .
Model SD . . . . . . . .
SPEED (at rated load):.
VOLTAGE: . . . . . . .
SAFETY
DISCONNECT: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quick disconnect door arm
for emergency manual door operation.
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES:
LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP)
Photoelectric Sensors (CPS-U): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Through beam
used to provide non-contact entrapment protection.
Edge Sensor (Optional): . . . . . . . . . . .Electric or pneumatic edge
sensor attached to the bottom edge of door.
*Monitored Photoelectric Sensors and Edge Sensors are required
for any momentary contact to close mode of operation.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Continuous duty
.
.
.
.
CURRENT (Amperage):
Voltage-Phase
1/3HP
115-1Ø, 60Hz
8.5
230-1Ø, 60Hz
4.2
208/230-3Ø, 60Hz 3
460-3Ø, 60Hz
1.5
575-3Ø, 60Hz
1.3
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1/2HP
11.2
5.6
3.1
1.75
1.4
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. . . 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2 HP
. . 1/3, 1/2, 3/4 and 1 HP
. . . . . . . . 1725 RPM
. . . . 115/230V 1 Phase
208/230/460/575V 3 Phase
3/4HP
13.6
6.8
4
2
1.6
1HP
16
8
6
3
1.8
1-1/2HP
20
10
7
3.5
2.75
MECHANICAL
DRIVE REDUCTION:
Model GSD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Primary: 20:1 Heavy duty
worm gear-in-oil-bath speed reducer
Output: #41 chain
Model SD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Primary: Heavy duty (5L)
V-Belt Secondary: #41 chain/sprocket;
Output: #41 chain (1/3 and 1/2 HP)
#41 chain (3/4 and 1 HP)
OUTPUT SHAFT SPEED:
Model GSD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113.5
RPM
Model SD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
RPM
DOOR SPEED (not adjustable): . . . . . . . . 11-12" per second
BRAKE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Solenoid actuated disc brake on
3/4 and 1 HP standard on Model GSD
(available as an option for 1/3 and 1/2 HP)
BEARINGS: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Output Shaft: Shielded
ball bearing
Model SD . . . . . . . . . . . . Clutch Shaft: IronCopper sintered
and oil impregnated
ELECTRICAL
TRANSFORMER: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24Vac Secondary
CONTROL STATION: . . . . . . . . . . . NEMA 3-Button Station
Open/Close/Stop w/LED
WIRING TYPE: . . . C2 (Standard) Momentary contact to OPEN &
STOP, constant pressure to CLOSE, plus wiring for LMEP
Device to reverse and auxiliary devices to open and close
with open override. See page 19 for optional
wiring types and operating modes.
LIMIT ADJUST: . . Linear driven, fully adjustable screw type cams.
Adjustable to 24'
MAXIMUM DOOR AREA
MODEL GSD
MODEL SD
Horsepower
Maximum Door
Weight (lbs.)
Maximum Door
Area (sq. ft.)
Horsepower
Maximum Door
Weight (lbs.)
Maximum Door
Area (sq. ft.)
1/2 HP
1400
300
1/3 HP
750
180
3/4 HP
2200
420
1/2 HP
1300
260
1 HP
2800
520
3/4 HP
1850
340
1-1/2 HP
3400
620
1 HP
2400
480
Introduction
4
OPERATOR DIMENSIONS
MODEL GSD
Single Slide Door Layout
4" (10.16 cm) Adjustable clearance for door movement between wall and operator.
7.5" (19.05 cm) Max.
6" (15.24 cm) Min.
13"
(33.02 cm)
12.02"
(30.5 cm)
Door Travel Plus 4' (1.2 m) - 3" (7.62 cm)
18"
(45.72 cm) Min.
17.13"
(43.51 cm)
Manual Release
17.46"
(44.34 cm)
*Fusible Link
Cylindrical Weight
MODEL SD
Bi-Part Slide Door Layout
4" (10.16 cm) Adjustable clearance for door movement between wall and operator.
7.5" (19.05 cm) Max.
6" (15.24 cm) Min.
13"
(33.02 cm)
13.08"
(33.22 cm)
Door Travel Plus 4' (1.2 m) - 3" (7.62 cm)
24" (60.96 cm)
24" (60.96 cm)
10.5" (26.67 cm)
20.53"
(52.14 cm)
Eye Bolt
“S” Hook
*Fusible Link
“S” Hook
Cylindical Weight
Introduction
5
ASSEMBLY
Refer to page 7 for illustrations.
1
2
Lay out the two pieces of track on the floor, parallel to each
other and install the end idler shaft assembly.
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:
• DO NOT connect electric power until instructed to do so.
• If the door lock needs to remain functional, install an interlock
switch.
• ALWAYS call a trained door systems technician if door binds,
sticks or is out of balance. An unbalanced door may not
reverse when required.
• NEVER try to loosen, move or adjust doors, door springs,
cable, pulleys, brackets or their hardware, ALL of which are
under EXTREME tension and can cause SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY.
• Disable ALL locks and remove ALL ropes connected to door
BEFORE installing and operating door operator to avoid
entanglement.
• Fasten the operator SECURELY to structural supports of the
building.
• Concrete anchors MUST be used if installing ANY brackets.
Install the track hangers with 3/8" hardware. The number of
track hangers will vary with the door width. The holes in the
track for the track hangers are pre-punched and are generally
about 5 feet (1.5 m) apart.
NGLISH WARNINGS AT 50%
3
4
Install the take-up bolt on the trolley with two 3/8" hex nuts
and lock washers. Slide the trolley onto the track so that the
take-up bolt will be facing the operator.
NOTE: For bi-parting doors, slide the bi-part trolley into the
track assembly first, so the bi-part trolley is closest to the
front idler.
Install one final track hanger on the back of the operator.
Remove the spacer bar which comes assembled in the frame
of the operator. Position the track assembly on the operator
and reinstall the spacer within the rails, tightening the bolts
securely. For a right-to-open single sliding door, the operator
should be mounted on the right-hand end of the track with the
pulleys facing out. Install two 3/8"-16 x 1" hex bolts with lock
washers and nuts through the remaining two mounting holes
in the operator.
5
RENCH
WARNINGS AT 50%
Attach the chain to the take-up bolt on the trolley using the
master link. Reel the chain around the drive sprocket, up to
the idler shaft and then back to the hole on the front of the
trolley.
6
7
Using the two 10-32 x 1-1/4" screws and hardware, attach the
chain to the front end of the trolley. It may be necessary to
remove some links for proper tension. Tighten the chain by
adjusting the take-up bolt. A properly adjusted chain will sag
about 3 inches (7.6 cm) at the midpoint of the track.
NOTE: Leave the bi-part trolley free at this time.
Bolt the angle mounting brackets to the track hangers through
the slots in the angle mounting brackets. Use the 3/8"-16
hex head bolts with flat washers under the heads and lock
washers and nuts under the track hangers. Do not tighten as
the distance from the wall to the track will have to be adjusted
later.
PANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
6
Assembly
Idler Shaft Assembly
Angle Mounting Bracket
Hex Head Bolt, 3/8-16 x 1" long (2 per bracket)
Track Hanger
Flat Washer, 1/8" (2 per bracket)
Bi-part Trolley
Single Door Trolley
Operator
Hex Nut, 3/8" (4 per bracket)
BI-PART TROLLEY ASSEMBLY
SINGLE DOOR TROLLEY ASSEMBLY
Serrated Flange Hex Nut, #10
Screw, #10-32 x 1-1/4" Socket Hex (2 places)
Flat Washer, #10
(3 per assembly)
#10 Flat Washer (4 places)
#10 Lock Washer
(2 places)
Socket Head Screw,
10-32 x 1-1/4" long
(3 per assembly)
#10 Hex Nut
(2 places)
Take-up Bolt
Trolley
Bi-part Trolley
Assembly
Drive Chain
Master Link
7
INSTALLATION
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
To avoid possible SERIOUS INJURY from a falling operator:
• Fasten the operator SECURELY to structural supports of the
building.
• Concrete anchors MUST be used if installing ANY brackets
into masonry.
NOTE: Refer to Operator Dimensions in the introduction for
general information.
1
Determine the clearance necessary for the door to pass
between the operator and the wall. This dimension must be
less than 4" (10.16 cm), it may be necessary to shim the angle
mounting brackets out from the wall accordingly.
2
With the door fully closed, locate the vertical center-line of the
door and mark this line on the wall above the door. Measure
18" (45.7 cm) to the left of this line if the door slides
left-to-close or 18" (45.7 cm) to the right of this line if the
door slides right-to-close.
NOTE: For bi-parting doors, omit this step. The track should
extend 3-1/2 feet (1.06 m) beyond the door opening.
3
Set the assembled operator into position and mark the
holes for the angle mounting brackets on the wall, as low as
possible without interfering with door travel. Drill holes in
the wall for mounting. Through-bolts are recommended for
this purpose. If wall construction does not permit the use of
through-bolts, lag bolts and shields may be used.
4
Secure the assembled operator to the wall.
IMPORTANT: BE SURE OPERATOR, TRACK AND DOOR
TRACK ARE PARALLEL.
Check that the door clears the operator when moving. Adjust
the track hangers on the angle mounting brackets to the
desired position and tighten all bolts. It is recommended
that at least one sway brace be used (not provided) between
the wall and one of the track hangers for increased rigidity,
especially on large or heavy doors.
5
6
ENGLISH WAR
7
Adjust the screw collars on the disconnect pin so that it enters
into the trolley bracket about 3/4" (1.9 cm).
8
Mount the chain retaining bracket (with keyhole slot) at a
convenient height on the door, directly below and aligned with
the disconnect chain. Mount the chain retaining bracket so
that the keyhole is in the horizontal plane (repeat for bi-part
door).
FRENCH WAR
4"
(10.16 cm)
max.
1" (2.5 cm) min.
Angle Mounting Brackets
should not interfere with
door travel
Bottom of Track
Trolley
Mount the door disconnect mechanism on the center-line
of the door so that the top of the bracket is no more than
1-1/2" (3.8 cm) below the trolley. This mechanism may be
adjusted both front to back and up and down to align the
disconnect pin. It may be necessary to shim between the
mechanism and the door to bring the disconnect pin out into
the center-line of the track.
NOTE: For bi-parting doors, mount each door disconnect
mechanism centered on a line 24" (61 cm) from the door
edge.
Operator clearance
from wall
1-1/2" (3.8 cm)
min.
6-1/4" (15.9 cm) max.
Top of Door
Door Disconnect
Mechanism
Screw Collar
Move the door so that the disconnect pin is directly aligned
with the hole in the trolley and engage the disconnect pin in
hole.
NOTE: For bi-parting doors, it is necessary to bring the doors
to a fully closed position for proper synchronization. With
both disconnect pins engaged in their respective trolleys, lift
the drive chain over the three studs on the bi-part trolley and
secure the chain with the hardware provided.
SPANISH WAR
8
Installation
Door Travel Plus 4' (1.2 m) - 3" (7.62 cm)
18"
(45.72 cm) Min.
FUSIBLE LINK (OPTIONAL)
NOTE: Refer to Operator Dimensions in the introduction for
general information.
1
Mount chain
retaining bracket to door, approximately
17.13"
(43.51
4 feet (1.2
m)cm)
above the floor and 2" (5.1 cm) off center-line
of door.
2
3
Attach eye bolt to the lower slot on disconnect assembly.
4
Thread the fusible link chain through the eye bolt, then
through the eyelet in the weight mechanism, and then up
through the bottom of the disconnect pin.
5
4" (10.16
Raise the weight to approximately 3' (.9 m) from
floorcm) Adjustable clearance for door movement between wall and operator.
7.5" (19.05 cm) Max.
level and engage the chain in the slot of the chain retaining
6" (15.24 cm) Min.
bracket.
6
Couple the chain to itself around the weight so that the
chain cannot13.08"
move through the eyelet in the weight.
7
Disengage the chain and allow the weight to hang from the
fusible link.
Door Travel Plus 4' (1.2 m) - 3" (7.62 cm)
8
Leave a small amount of slack between the weight and the
disconnect pin and fasten a split key ring to the link on each 24" (60.96 cm)
side of the disconnect pin so that the chain cannot pass
through the hole.
9
Cut off excess chain, leaving 6" (15.24 cm) to hang below
10.5"
(26.67 cm)
chain
retaining
bracket.
10
11
Fasten large split key ring to end of chain.
12
For bi-part doors install the second fusible link assembly
on the other door in the same manner. Be sure that one is
lower than the other so as not to interfere with each other
when the doors are fully closed.
13
Fusible Link
*Fusible
Link
Manual
Release
Manual
Release
17.46"
(44.34 cm)
Secure fusible link mounting bracket to upper leading edge
of door (6 - 12" (15.2 - 30.5 cm) below top of door) so that
the fusible link will be in door opening when door is open.
Cylindrical
Weight
Cylindrical
Weight
13"
(33.02 cm)
(33.22 cm)
24" (60.96 cm)
20.53"
(52.14 cm)
Mount the weight guide to the door with weight protruding
above guide 3 - 4" (7.6 - 10.2 cm).Eye Bolt
“S” Hook
“S” Hook
Cylindical Weight
IMPORTANT: TEST THE FUSIBLE LINK DISCONNECT
INSTALLATION AS FOLLOWS: Manually remove the fusible
link from the bracket and allow the weight to pull down on
the disconnect pin. Verify that the door is disconnected
and moves freely. If necessary, adjust spring on disconnect
assembly by moving top shaft collar up or down.
Installation
*Fusible Link
9
WIRING
WARNING
To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
• ANY maintenance to the operator or in the area near the
operator MUST NOT be performed until disconnecting the
electrical power and locking-out the power. Upon completion of
maintenance the area MUST be cleared and secured, at that
time the operator may be returned to service.
• Disconnect power at the fuse box BEFORE proceeding.
Operator MUST be properly grounded and connected in
accordance with national and local electrical codes. The
operator should be on a separate fused line of adequate
capacity.
• ALL electrical connections MUST be made by a qualified
individual.
• DO NOT install ANY wiring or attempt to run the operator
without consulting the wiring diagram.
• ALL power wiring should be on a dedicated circuit and well
protected. The location of the power disconnect should be
visible and clearly labeled.
• ALL power and control wiring MUST be run in separate
conduit.
POWER AND GROUND
POWER WIRING CHART
Power and control wiring must be run in separate conduit in
accordance with national and local electrical codes. Must use
14 AWG or heavier wire for power wiring. Use conduit knockouts
for wiring as indicated on the electrical box labels.
1
2
3
DISTANCE
Remove the operator cover.
Run power wires to electrical box according to national and
local electrical codes.
ON THREE PHASE MACHINES ONLY: Incorrect phasing of
the power supply will cause the motor to rotate in the wrong
direction. To change motor rotation, exchange incoming
power leads L1 and L2.
NOTE: In some installations, such as a through-wall-installation,
the rotation of the motor and logic board may have to be changed.
1. Locate the MOTOR DIRECTION jumper on the logic board.
Remove jumper and relocate from STD to REV.
2. Relocate the sensing limit switch (SLS) to the opposite side.
3. Remove CLOSE/OPEN decal and reattach appropriately.
Attach power and ground wires to appropriate terminals.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This operator must be properly
grounded. Failure to properly ground the operator could
result in electric shock and serious injury.
1
P/ N: 40-1 0031. E P S
3
Single Phase Power Wiring
D E SC RIP T I O N: P OW E R W IR IN G (E L EC B OX . C ON D U IT AC C E S S H OLE )
SI ZE: 2.50 X 0. 50
Hot
MATER IAL & ART WO R K : S EE SP EC IF IC AT ION Line
D RPower
AW IN G 40-10031
Neutral
2
115/230 Vac
Single Phase
GAUGE
50 feet (15.2 m)
14 AWG
100 feet (30.5 m)
12 AWG
200 feet (61 m)
8 AWG*
350 feet (106.7 m)
6 AWG*
500 feet (152.4 m)
4 AWG*
1000 feet (304.8 m)
2 AWG*
* Maximum wire gauge that can be connected to the operator’s
terminal is 12 AWG. When a larger wire gauge is required, the wire
must be gauged down to 12 AWG. USE COPPER WIRE ONLY.
Ground
Three Phase Power Wiring
Phase 1
Line Power
208/230/460/575 Vac
Three Phase
Phase 2
Phase 3
VOLTAGE SELECTION
Motor
Neutral
Neutral
460V
208V
230V
(or 575V)
Locate motor harness inside of the electrical box.
On the POWER BOARD find the appropriate receptacle
matching the incoming line voltage. Remove the voltage label
and apply to the inside of the electrical box for future
reference. Insert the motor harness fully until locked in place.
10
3 PHASE POWER BOARD
230V
Harness
Gnd
Gnd
SINGLE PHASE POWER BOARD
GRD
GRD
1
2
S C A LE D 2:1
Hot
Hot
115V
For all operators except for 575V 3 Phase operators, follow the
steps below. The motor harness is connected to the power board
at the factory on all 575V 3 Phase operators.
Wiring
CONTROL STATION
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from
electrocution:
• Be sure power is NOT connected BEFORE installing door
control.
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a closing
door:
• Install door control within sight of door, out of reach of
children at a minimum height of 5 feet (1.5 m) and away from
ALL moving parts of door.
• Install the control station far enough from the door to prevent
the user from coming in contact with the door while operating
the controls.
• Install the entrapment warning placard on wall next to the
control station in a prominent location that is visible from the
door.
• NEVER permit children to operate or play with door control
push buttons or remote controls.
• Activate door ONLY when it can be seen clearly, is properly
adjusted and there are no obstructions to door travel.
• ALWAYS keep door in sight until completely closed. NEVER
permit anyone to cross path of closing door.
WARNINGS AT 50%
NOTE: The low voltage control circuit wiring requires insulated, 20
AWG or greater wire. Refer to back page for additional control
wiring.
1
2
Remove the control station cover.
Fasten the control station to the wall at least 5 feet (1.5 m)
above the ground. The installation surface must be smooth
and flat. Attach the MAS label to the side of the control
station.
3
4
Connect wires to the control station and replace the control
station cover.
5
Fasten the entrapment warning placard next to the control
station.
Select appropriate knockout and run the wires to the
operator.
4
WARNINGS
AT
50%
1
3
^
OP
EN
^
CL
LED
3-Button
Station
OS
E
O
ST
OP
Maintenance
Alert LED
(RD)
(WH)
2
Open
5’ (1.5 m)
Close
Stop
UL Entrapment Placard
5
MAS Label
WARNINGS AT 50%
Wiring
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ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION
LIFTMASTER MONITORED
ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION (LMEP)
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a closing
door:
• Be sure power is NOT connected to the door operator BEFORE
installing the photoelectric sensor.
• The door MUST be in the fully opened or closed position
BEFORE installing the LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment
Protection Device.
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY, DEATH, ENTRAPMENT, or
PROPERTY DAMAGE:
• Correctly connect and align the photoelectric sensor.
• Install the photoelectric sensor beam NO HIGHER than
6" (15 cm) above the floor.
• This is a required LMEP Device for B2, TS, T, and FSTS wiring
types and MUST NOT be disabled. For D1, C2, and E2 wiring
the installation of an entrapment protection device is
recommended.
• LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection Devices are for
use with LiftMaster Commercial Door Operators ONLY. Use
with ANY other product voids the warranty.
• If an edge sensor is being used on a horizontal slide door,
then place one or more edge sensors on both the leading and
trailing edge.
• If an edge sensor is being used on a vertically moving door,
then place edge sensors on the bottom edge of the door.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE LIFTMASTER
MONITORED ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICES
A LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device is
required for most wiring types (refer to page 19). Additional
entrapment Devices are available for purchase (see accessories).
If a LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection Device is not
installed, constant pressure to close will be required from the
control station.
NGLISH WARNINGS AT 50%
RENCH WARNINGS AT 50%
Invisible Light Beam
Protection Area
Photoelectric Sensor
6" (15 cm) max. above floor
Photoelectric Sensor
6" (15 cm) max. above floor
PANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
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Entrapment Protection
INSTALL THE LIFTMASTER MONITORED ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION (LMEP)
DEVICES (OPTIONAL)
Always refer to the installation instructions that are included with your LiftMaster Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Devices. Without an
LMEP properly installed, the operator will only work with constant pressure to close mode of operation.
WIRE THE LIFTMASTER MONITORED ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION (LMEP)
DEVICES
1
Connect the LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection
(LMEP) Device to the logic board according to the models
shown below:
MONITORED PHOTOELECTRIC
SENSOR
MONITORED
EDGE SENSOR
MODELS CPS-U, CPS-UN4,
CPS-RPEN4, CPS-OPEN4
CPS-MEI
2-Wire Monitored Sensing Edge
Red
White (Blue)
Red
LiftMaster
CPS-MEI
White
Black
White/Black (Brown)
CPS-EI
White
4-Wire Sensing Edge
White
Black
Black
NOTE: Only one LMEP Device can be connected to the logic board. To attach additional LMEP’s, the CPS3CARD option card is required.
Secondary (non-monitored) entrapment protection devices (with N.O. dry contact) will be wired to the EDGE and COMMON terminals.
Entrapment Protection
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WARNING
ADJUSTMENT
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS.
2. ALWAYS keep remote controls out of reach of children.
NEVER permit children to operate or play with door control
push buttons or remote controls.
3. ONLY activate door when it can be seen clearly, it is properly
adjusted and there are no obstructions to door travel.
4. Personnel should keep away from a door in motion and
ALWAYS keep door in sight until completely closed. NO ONE
SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING DOOR.
5. NO ONE SHOULD GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY
OPENED DOOR.
6. If possible, use manual release handle to disengage door
ONLY when door is CLOSED. Weak or broken springs or
unbalanced door could result in an open door falling rapidly
and/or unexpectedly causing SEVERE INJURY or DEATH.
7. NEVER use manual release handle unless doorway is clear of
persons and obstructions.
8. After ANY adjustments are made, the entrapment protection
device MUST be tested. Failure to adjust the operator
properly may cause SEVERE INJURY and DEATH.
9. Entrapment protection device MUST be tested every month.
Failure to adjust the operator properly may cause SEVERE
INJURY and DEATH.
10. ALWAYS KEEP DOOR PROPERLY BALANCED. An
improperly balanced door may not reverse when required
and could result in SEVERE INJURY or DEATH. See door
manufacturer’s owners manual.
11. ALL repairs to cables, spring assemblies and other
hardware, ALL of which are under EXTREME tension, MUST
be made by a trained door systems technician.
12. ALWAYS disconnect electric power to door operator
BEFORE making ANY repairs or removing covers.
13.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
LIMIT ADJUSTMENT
1
2
Begin with the door in the fully closed position to set the
CLOSE limit.
To avoid SERIOUS personal INJURY or DEATH from
electrocution:
• Disconnect electric power BEFORE performing ANY
adjustments or maintenance.
Depress the retaining plate (1) and move the limit nut to the
CLOSE limits (2).
NGLISH WARNINGS AT 50%
NOTE: The Close Limit Switch (CLS) and Sensing Limit Switch
(SLS) LEDs on the logic board will illuminate when the switches
are activated and the power is on.
3
4
When the retaining plate is released, verify that the retaining
plate is fully seated with the notches of the limit nuts.
5
When the retaining plate is released, verify that the retaining
plate is fully seated with the notches of the limit nuts.
1
Open the door to the fully open position and set the OPEN
limit (3).
3
2
NOTE: The Open Limit Switch (OLS) LED on the logic board will
illuminate when the switches are activated and the power is on.
RENCH WARNINGS AT 50%
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Adjustment
CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT (MODEL SD)
1
Remove the cotter pin from the clutch nut on the clutch
shaft.
2
3
Turn the clutch nut to release tension.
4
Secure the clutch nut with the cotter pin.
To avoid SERIOUS personal INJURY or DEATH from
electrocution:
• Disconnect electric power BEFORE performing ANY
adjustments or maintenance.
NGLISH WARNINGS AT 50%
Re-tighten the clutch nut until there is just enough tension
to permit smooth operation of the door and to allow the
clutch to slip if the door is obstructed.
2
1
4
3
TORQUE LIMITER ADJUSTMENT
(MODEL GSD)
RENCH
WARNINGS AT 50%
1
Loosen set screws of torque adjustment nut on the gear
reducer.
2
3
4
Back off torque nut until there is very little tension on the
belleville washers.
Tighten torque nut gradually until there is just enough
tension to permit the operator to move the door smoothly
through a complete open/close cycle, but to allow the
reducer to slip if the door is obstructed.
Torque Nut
Set Screws
Re-tighten the set screw that is directly over the flat portion
of the shaft.
AUXILIARY REVERSAL SYSTEM / RPM SENSOR
The Auxiliary Reversal System is designed to protect the door
and motorized operator. It is NOT a substitute for an entrapment
protection device.
Feature: This feature utilizes the RPM sensor connected to the
logic board to detect when the clutch slips and reverses the door
(clutch must be properly adjusted). In addition, the RPM
eliminates the need for a centrifugal switch on single phase
motors.
Benefit: The Auxiliary Reversal System reverses the operator upon
hitting an obstruction, preventing excessive door and operator
damage. UL325 requires the use of monitored entrapment
protection devices for primary entrapment protection. By
removing the centrifugal switch on single phase motors, the
leading cause of motor failures is eliminated. (Auxiliary Reversal
System not applicable on model GSD.)
NOTE: This feature is automatically learned and does not require
programming.
LOSE
OPEN
PANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
Adjustment
RPM Sensor
Logic Board
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TESTING
Apply power to the operator.
When power is applied to the operator, the following LED’s will
illuminate: STOP, CLOSE, OPEN, LMEP, 24Vac, RADIO, DATA,
TIMER ENABLE, OLS MID, SLS, CLS, and MAS. Once the power
up process is completed (approximately 2-3 seconds) only the
appropriate LED’s will continue to be lit:
• Between limits: 24Vac and STOP
• Fully closed position: 24Vac, STOP, CLS and SLS
• Fully opened position: 24Vac, STOP and OLS
Additional LED’s will light when device(s) are activated.
NOTE: When the power up process is over, the MAS LED will
blink a code indicating the version of firmware. If the selector dial
is in the DIAG, OPTN, or PROG position, the MAS will not provide
this code. After the code has been provided the MAS LED will go
out.
To avoid SERIOUS personal INJURY or DEATH:
• Disconnect electric power BEFORE performing ANY
adjustments or maintenance.
• ALL maintenance MUST be performed by a trained door
systems technician.
NGLISH WARNINGS AT 50%
TEST 3-BUTTON CONTROL STATION
1. Press OPEN button. (The door should move in the open
direction.)
2. Press STOP button. (The door should stop.)
3. Press and hold the CLOSE button. (The door should move in
the close direction.)
4. Release CLOSE button. Door should stop if in C2 or D1 mode.
Door will reverse to full open position in E2 mode. The door
should continue closing in all other modes.
5. Press STOP button. (The door should stop.)
TEST PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS (IF APPLICABLE)
1. Open the door.
2. Place an obstruction in the path of the photoelectric sensors.
The LMEP LED will blink on the logic board.
3. Press and hold the CLOSE button. The door should not close.
4. Remove the obstruction.
5. Press and hold the CLOSE button. Door should close.
If the LMEP is activated while closing the door should reverse.
TEST LIMIT ADJUSTMENT
1. Press OPEN button. (The door should open.)
2. Allow the door to fully open.
3. Press and hold the CLOSE button. (The door should close.)
4. Allow the door to fully close.
5. If the limits are not set properly, remove power and adjust
limits (refer to Limit Adjustment section).
RENCH WARNINGS AT 50%
TEST EDGE SENSORS (IF APPLICABLE)
1. Open door.
2. Place an obstruction in the path of the door.
3. Press and hold the CLOSE button. The door should stop and/or
reverse.
4. Remove obstruction and hold the CLOSE button. Door should
fully close.
NOTE: The Logic 5.0 control board will automatically learn the
LMEP Device once it is properly connected. If the LMEP Device is
misaligned, activated, or disconnected the LMEP LED on the logic
control board will blink on and off. You can close the door by
entering the Restricted Close (RC) mode by holding the close
button. The operator will begin closing after 5 seconds and will
continue to close to the Close Limit or when the close button is
released.
To unlearn the LMEP Device, turn the selector dial to DIAG, push
and hold the stop button until the MAS LED flashes. Without the
LMEP Device connected the only mode of operation will be B2,
D1 or E2.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• Be sure you have read and understand all safety instructions
included in this manual.
• Be sure the owner or person(s) responsible for operation of the
door have read and understand the safety instructions, know
how to electrically operate the door in a safe manner and how
to manually disconnect the door from the operator.
PANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
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Testing
MANUAL RELEASE
The door cannot be moved manually with the trolley connected.
However, a quick disconnect pin and chain mechanism is
provided to uncouple the door from the trolley. To disengage the
door, simply pull the chain down and engage it in the keyhole slot
an the bracket provided for this purpose. With the mechanism
disconnected, the door can be manually opened or closed.
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a falling
door or arm:
• DO NOT stand under the door arm when pulling the
emergency release.
• If possible, use emergency release handle to disengage trolley
ONLY when door is CLOSED. Weak or broken springs or
unbalanced door could result in an open door falling rapidly
and/or unexpectedly.
• NEVER use emergency release handle unless doorway is clear
of persons and obstructions.
ENGLISH WA
Door Disconnect
Mechanism
FRENCH WAR
Photoelectric Sensors
Photoelectric Sensors
Manual Release
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SPANISH WAR
PROGRAMMING
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
Many programmable functions require that a LiftMaster
Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device be installed in order to
function. Refer to the Entrapment Protection section.
Before programming the logic board, set the operator’s open and
close limits. The LEDs on the logic board are provided to assist
setting the limits. Refer to page 14 for limit switch adjustment
instructions.
Apply power to the operator.
When power is applied to the operator, all the LEDs will illuminate
with the exception of SBC, relay A, relay B, and the Timer Defeat.
Once the power up process is completed (approximately 2-3
seconds) only the appropriate LED’s will continue to be lit:
Between limits: 24Vac and STOP
Fully closed position: 24Vac, STOP, CLS and SLS
Fully opened position: 24Vac, STOP and OLS
Additional LED’s will light when device(s) are activated.
NOTE: When the power up process is completed, the MAS LED
will blink a code indicating the version of firmware. If the selector
dial is in the DIAG, OPTN, or PROG position, the MAS will not
provide this code. After the code has been provided the MAS LED
will go out.
LOGIC BOARD PUSH BUTTONS (OPEN, CLOSE, STOP)
Open, Close and Stop buttons are mounted directly on the logic
board. Thus, making it easy to program as well as have door
control at the electrical box.
Either the stop control or a jumper must be wired between
terminals 4 and 5 for the on board push buttons to function.
CURRENT SENSING TECHNOLOGY
LOGIC 5.0 3-Phase Operators now include Current Sensing
Technology. The Current Sense Harness is required for operating
LiftMaster Commercial Door Operators that offer this feature. The
Current Sense Feature measures overcurrent and limits operation
under high-current conditions and sends a Diagnostic Error Code
of 12 LED blinks. See Troubleshooting Error Codes section for
more information.
LOGIC BOARD OVERVIEW
Control Wiring
Terminal Block
Optional Auxiliary Card
Receptacles
Current Sense
(3 Phase ONLY)
Single Phase &
Three Phase Jumper
Maintenance Alert
System Button for
Programming
Motor Direction
Jumper
Maximum Run
Timer Button
Open Button
Close Button
Coaxial Antenna
Connector
Stop Button
Radio Learn Button
Mid-Stop Learn Button
Timer-To-Close
Learn Button
System Wiring
Connector (J3)
Selector Dial
(used for programming
and selecting wiring type)
Main Motor Control Harness Connection
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Programming
DETERMINE AND SET WIRING TYPE
Read the descriptions of the different wiring types to determine which setting will be correct for each application. Once the wiring type
is determined, set the selector dial accordingly.
LIFTMASTER MONITORED ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION (LMEP)
DEVICE IS REQUIRED
A LiftMaster Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device is required for
the following wiring types.
LIFTMASTER MONITORED ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION (LMEP)
DEVICE IS RECOMMENDED
A LiftMaster Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device is
recommended for the following wiring types.
B2
C2
Momentary contact to open, close and stop, plus wiring for
sensing device to reverse and auxiliary devices to open and
close with open override. Programmable mid stop available
with this wiring type. Compatible with 3-Button Station,
1-Button Station, 1 and 3-Button Remote Control.
TS (TIMER SECURE)
This mode will attempt to close the door from any position
except when fully closed, or when a safety input is present.
The stop button will not disable the Timer-To-Close at any
position. To disable the Timer-To-Close in this mode,
installation of a defeat switch is required (see wiring
diagram).
Momentary contact to open, close, and stop with open
override and Timer-To-Close. Every device that causes
door to open, including a reversing device, activates the
Timer-To-Close. Auxiliary controls can be connected to open
input to activate the Timer-To-Close. If the timer has been
activated, the open button and radio control can recycle the
timer. The Timer-To-Close will function from the
programmable mid stop with this wiring type. Compatible
with 3-Button Station, 1-Button Station and 1 and 3-Button
Remote Control.
NOTE: A Programmable “Car Dealer Mode” available.
T
Momentary contact to open, close, and stop, with open
override and Timer-To-Close. Every device that causes
the door to open, except any sensing edge input device,
activates the Timer-To-Close. Auxiliary controls can be
connected to open input to activate the Timer-To-Close.
If the Timer-To-Close has been activated, the open button
and radio control can recycle the timer. The stop button will
deactivate the timer until the next command input. The
Timer-To-Close will function from the programmable
mid stop with this wiring type. Compatible with 3-Button
Station,1-Button Station and 1 and 3-Button Remote
Control.
NOTE: Programmable “Car Dealer Mode” available.
FSTS Momentary button contact for open, close and stop
programming. User set mid stop. User set Timer-To-Close.
The single button station opens the door to the full
open limit bypassing the mid stop and activates the
Timer-To-Close, putting the operator in TS mode until the
door reaches the down limit, or is stopped in travel. At
which time the operator enters the B2 mode.
Compatible with 3-Button Station, 1-Button Station, 1 and
3-Button Remote Control. A 1-Button remote control in
FSTS mode will open only with the Timer-To-Close,
bypassing a programmed mid stop. The Timer-To-Close will
reset and reverse when closing.
Programming
E2
D1
Momentary contact to open and stop with constant pressure
to close, open override plus wiring for sensing device to
reverse. Programmable mid stop available with this wiring
type. Compatible with 3-Button Station and 1-Button
Station.
Momentary contact to open with override and constant
pressure to close. Release of close button will cause door to
reverse (roll-back feature) plus wiring for sensing device to
reverse. Compatible with 3-Button Station.
Constant pressure to open and close with wiring for sensing
device to stop. Compatible with 2 or 3-Button Station.
SELECTOR DIAL
IMPORTANT NOTES:
1. External interlocks may be used with all functional modes.
2. Auxiliary devices are any devices that have only dry contacts.
Examples: loop detector, pneumatic or electrical treadles, radio
controls, one button stations, pull cords, etc.
3. Open override means that the door may be reversed while
closing by activating an opening device without the need to use
the stop button first.
4. When the door is in a stopped position other than fully closed,
and an LMEP or EDGE input is activated, the Restricted Close
(RC) feature will allow a close command when the close button
is pressed and held. The operator will begin closing after 5
seconds. If the close button is released the door will stop.
When in E2 mode, the door will move to the fully open position.
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PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS
To prevent possible SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
• Install a LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP)
Device.
• NEVER permit children to operate or play with door control
push buttons or remote controls.
• Activate door ONLY when it can be seen clearly, is properly
adjusted and there are no obstructions to door travel.
• ALWAYS keep door in sight until completely closed. NEVER
permit anyone to cross the path of closing door.
ENGLISH WARNINGS
ERASING REMOTE CONTROLS
Press and hold the RADIO button on the logic board until the
RADIO LED flashes rapidly (approximately 5 seconds).
All remote controls will be erased.
Built in 3-channel, Security+ 2.0® radio receiver that allows you to
add up to 90 remote control devices.
NOTE: The following programming requires a LiftMaster
Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device.
STANDARD REMOTE CONTROL
1. To enter programming press and release the RADIO button on
the logic board (RADIO LED will light).
2. Press and hold the remote control button until the RADIO LED
flashes rapidly, then release remote control button. The RADIO
LED will then remain on solid after releasing the button. Repeat
to add additional remote control(s).
3. Press and release the RADIO button to complete the
programming. The RADIO programming mode will exit if no
activity is performed within 30 seconds. The MAS and RADIO
LED’s will flash briefly to indicate the RADIO has exited the
programming mode for remote controls and keyless entry
devices. The RADIO will remain in program mode for another
150 seconds for MyQ® devices and then will completely exit
with no activity.
NOTICE: To comply with FCC and or Industry Canada (IC) rules, adjustment or modifications of
this receiver and/or transmitter are prohibited, except for changing the code setting or replacing
the battery. THERE ARE NO OTHER USER SERVICEABLE PARTS.
Tested to Comply with FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation. This device must be installed in a way where a minimum 8" (20 cm) distance is
maintained between users/bystanders and device.
FRENCH WARNINGS
SINGLE BUTTON REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMED AS
A SINGLE BUTTON CONTROL (SBC)
This function programs a remote control as a wireless single
button control. This function will work in the following modes:
In B2 mode, operation is OPEN/STOP/CLOSE/REVERSE/STOP.
In T and TS modes, operation is OPEN/STOP/CLOSE/REVERSE/
STOP and Timer-To-Close start/refresh. NOTE: If Car Dealer
mode is enabled, SBC will be open only stopping at the Open
Mid-Stop.
In FSTS mode, operation is OPEN with Timer-To-Close
start/refresh only, bypassing a programmed Open Mid Stop.
1. Press and release the RADIO button on the logic board
(RADIO LED will light).
2. Press and release the SBC externally wired button or TTC on
the logic board (RADIO LED flashes rapidly and then remains
on solid).
3. Press and hold the remote control button until the RADIO LED
flashes rapidly. The RADIO LED will then remain on solid after
releasing.
4. Press and release the RADIO button on the logic board (RADIO
LED flashes rapidly and then turns off). The programming
mode is exited if no activity is performed within 30 seconds.
The MAS and RADIO LED’s will flash briefly to indicate the
RADIO has exited the programming mode for remote controls
and keyless entry devices. The RADIO will remain in program
mode for another 150 seconds for MyQ® devices and then will
completely exit with no activity.
NOTE: Single button remote control is not supported with D1 and
E2 wiring modes. C2 mode will only open and stop while opening.
SPANISH WARNINGS
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Programming
PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS
REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING FEATURE
Program Remote Controls from the 3-button control station
(3BCS).
This feature allows the user to add additional remote controls
from the 3BCS. By default the remote control learn option is off.
NOTE: Requires access to the operator electrical box to enable or
disable this feature.
To turn this feature on:
1. Turn the selector dial to PROG.
2. Press and release the RADIO button. The RADIO LED will be lit.
3. Press and release the MID button. The RADIO LED will flash
quickly 6 times.
4. Press and release the RADIO button. The RADIO LED will turn
off.
5. Return the selector dial to the desired wiring type.
To add remote controls from the 3BCS:
1. With the door in the fully closed position (close limit activated),
press and hold STOP.
2. While holding STOP, press and hold CLOSE.
3. While holding STOP and CLOSE, press and hold OPEN.
4. Release all three buttons once the MAS LED has lit.
5. Learn a remote control by one of the following methods:
a. Programming a standard single button/single function
remote control, push and hold the remote control button
until the MAS LED goes out. Repeat steps 1 through 4 to
add additional remote controls.
b. Programming a 3-button/three function remote control
(OPEN/CLOSE/STOP), first push the button on the 3BCS
(Example: OPEN) and then press and hold the button on the
remote control (Example: large button) that you want to
correspond with the selected (Example: OPEN) command
until the MAS LED flashes and goes out. Repeat steps 1
through 4 to add additional buttons (CLOSE AND STOP).
To turn this feature off:
1. Turn the selector dial to PROG.
2. Press and release the RADIO button. The RADIO LED will be lit.
3. Press and release the MRT button. The RADIO LED will flash
quickly 3 times.
4. Press and release RADIO button. The RADIO LED will turn off.
5. Return selector dial to desired wiring type.
NOTE: Restoring the operator to Factory Default (see RESETTING
FACTORY DEFAULTS) will also disable this feature. The remote
controls will still be learned.
NOTE: The following programming requires a LiftMaster
Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device.
Your Security+ 2.0® or dip switch remote control can be
programmed to operate as a 3-button wireless control station:
the large button will open the door, the middle button will close
the door, and the third button will stop the door’s movement.
You may set up this feature as follows:
1. To enter programming press and release the RADIO button on
the logic board (the RADIO LED will light).
2. To program the OPEN button to a remote control press and
release the OPEN button on the logic board. The RADIO LED
will flash and then stay on solid. Then press the corresponding
button on the remote control. The RADIO LED on the logic
board will flash, this confirms that the remote control has been
programmed. (By programming the remote control you use 1
channel of the 90 channels on the radio receiver.)
3. To program the CLOSE button to a remote control press and
release the CLOSE button on the logic board. The RADIO LED
will flash and then stay on solid. Then press the corresponding
button on the remote control. The RADIO LED on the logic
board will flash, this confirms that the remote control has been
programmed. (By programming the remote control you use 1
channel of the 90 channels on the radio receiver.)
4. To program the STOP button to a remote control press and
release the STOP button on the logic board. The RADIO LED
will flash and then stay on solid. Then press the corresponding
button on the remote control. The RADIO LED on the logic
board will flash, this confirms that the remote control has been
programmed. (By programming the remote control you use 1
channel of the 90 channels on the radio receiver.)
5. After learning remote controls press the RADIO button on the
logic board (RADIO LED will turn off). NOTE: If no activity
within 30 seconds, the MAS and RADIO LED’s will flash briefly
to indicate the RADIO has exited the programming mode for
remote controls and keyless entry devices. The RADIO will
remain in program mode for another 150 seconds for MyQ®
devices and then will completely exit with no activity.
Open
Close
Stop
Programming
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PROGRAMMING MyQ® DEVICES (OPTIONAL)
To Program MyQ Devices:
1. To enter programming mode, press and release the RADIO button
on the logic board (the RADIO LED will light).
2. To program the MyQ device, place the MyQ device into learn
mode (see instructions for the specific MyQ device).
3. When the programming is complete the RADIO LED will turn off.
NOTE: If the programming is not completed within 3 minutes, the
program mode will be exited and the RADIO LED will turn off.
To Erase All MyQ Devices:
1. Press and release the RADIO button on the logic board (the
RADIO LED will light).
2. Press and hold the MAS button for 5 seconds. The RADIO LED
will flash for approximately 5 seconds and the RADIO LED will
turn off.
All MyQ devices are now erased.
To Erase One MyQ Device:
1. See instructions for the specific MyQ device to erase the
programming.
2. When the erase is complete, the MyQ device will be erased on the
operator. The operator does not need to be reprogrammed to
erase the MyQ device.
NOTE: Power the operator to complete the erase operation.
MAINTENANCE ALERT SYSTEM (MAS)
Feature: An internal cycle counter will activate a flashing LED on the
3-button control station when the preset number of cycles or months
has elapsed (whichever occurs first). Setting this feature is optional.
By default this feature will never activate. Logic 5.0 operators
incorporate a self diagnostic feature built into the MAS LED. In
addition to indicating when routine maintenance is due, the MAS
LED can be used to troubleshoot some problems with the operator.
Benefit: The Maintenance Alert System (MAS) assists the installing
dealer in setting up a routine maintenance program. Once
programmed, the MAS notifies the end user (with a flashing LED on
the 3-button station) when a preset number of cycles/months has
elapsed and scheduled maintenance is due.
To Program:
1. Close the door.
2. Turn the selector dial to PROG.
3. Press and release the MAS SET button.
4. Press the STOP button once to clear the MAS memory.
5. Press the OPEN button once for every 5,000 cycles increments.
Press the CLOSE button once for every 3 month increments.
6. Press and release the MAS button to complete the programming.
The on board LED will flash back the programmed settings. The
OPEN LED will flash once for every 5,000 cycles. The CLOSE LED
will flash once for every 3 months.
7. Turn the selector dial back to the desired wiring type.
NOTE: If MAS LED flashes 2 or more flashes in a row followed by a
pause, an operator error occurred. Turn to page 29 to diagnose
problem.
Example: A door is installed with 30,000 cycle springs and has an
annual service contract. To set the MAS, turn selector dial to PROG,
press MAS button, press the STOP button to clear the memory and
then press the OPEN button 6 times (30,000 cycles) and the CLOSE
button 4 times (12 months). Press the MAS again to complete the
programming. Turn the selector dial back to desired wiring type.
the CLOSE button LED will flash once for every 3 month increment
programmed.
To view how many cycles have elapsed since the last time the MAS
was programmed, set the selector dial to DIAG and press the MAS
button. Press the OPEN button; the OPEN LED will flash once for
every 5,000 cycles that has elapsed. Press the CLOSE button; the
CLOSE LED will flash once for every (3) months that has elapsed.
Press the MAS button to exit. Turn the selector dial back to desired
wiring type.
SELECTOR DIAL
Operation will vary
depending on wiring
type
3-BUTTON CONTROL STATION
Maintenance Alert LED
Special Notes about MAS: A 5th wire must be run to the control
station to activate the MAS LED. The MAS LED on the logic board is
always enabled. When the operator is serviced after the MAS LED
has started to flash, repeat the setup procedure to program in the
Press This
number or cycles desired until the next service visit OR press and
OPEN
hold the MAS button for 5 seconds in the PROGRAM mode to reset
the MAS with its current programmed value. To disable the MAS,
follow the programming procedure above and press the STOP button CLOSE
to reset the counter to zero. Every time the operator leaves the close
limit is counted as one cycle.
STOP
To view how many cycles are programmed into the MAS, set the
selector dial to DIAG and press the MAS button. The OPEN button
LED will flash once for every 5,000 cycle increment programmed and
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To Get This
Adds 5,000 cycles to Maintenance Alert
System Activation Counter.
Adds 3 Months to Maintenance Alert System
Activation Timer.
Clears memory, sets Maintenance Alert
System Activation Counter to 0 cycles and
0 months.
Programming
OPEN MID STOP
Feature: The Mid Stop feature is to open the door to a preset
point prior to the fully open position.
Benefit: The door opens to a midpoint between open and close
reducing heating and cooling costs. The door will not cycle fully,
providing longer door and operator life.
To Program:
1. Close the door.
2. Turn selector dial to PROG.
3. Press and release the MID button on logic board.
4. Press the OPEN button, wait until the door reaches the desired
mid stop height, then press and release the STOP button.
5. Press and release the MID button to complete programming.
6. Turn selector dial back to desired wiring type.
NOTE: A momentary open command will open the door fully from
the Mid Stop position. Once at the Mid Stop, photoelectric sensors
and other entrapment protection devices will not open the door
beyond the mid stop position, except in E2 mode. The Timer-ToClose will work from the Mid Stop.
To clear the Mid Stop set the selector dial to PROG and press and
hold the MID button for 5 seconds. The MID LED will flash rapidly
and turn off once the Mid Stop has been cleared. Turn selector
dial back to desired wiring type.
SELECTOR DIAL
Operation will vary
depending on wiring
type
To prevent possible SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
• Install a LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP)
Device.
• NEVER permit children to operate or play with door control
push buttons or remote controls.
TIMER-TO-CLOSE
• Activate door ONLY when it can be seen clearly, is properly
adjusted and there are no obstructions to door travel.
• ALWAYS keep door in sight until completely closed. NEVER
permit anyone to cross path of closing door.
ENGLISH WARNINGS
6. Press and release the TIMER button to complete programming.
The OPEN/CLOSE button LEDs will flash to confirm the timer
setting. The OPEN LED will flash once for every second
programmed and the CLOSE LED will flash once for every 15
seconds programmed.
7. Turn the selector dial to desired timer wiring type (TS ,T or
FSTS).
Example: To close the door after 70 seconds. Turn selector dial to
PROG, press and release the TIMER button, press and release the
STOP button to clear the timer, press and release the CLOSE
button four times for 60 seconds and press and release the OPEN
button 10 times for 10 seconds. Press the TIMER button to finish
programming the timer. Turn the selector dial to desired timer
wiring type (TS, T, or FSTS).
Feature: Timer automatically closes door after preset time. All
entrapment protection devices must be unobstructed.
Benefit: The door will automatically close after preset amount of
time. Great for apartment buildings, fire stations and other
applications where the end user wants the door to close
automatically after a specified amount of time.
Requirements: Must have at least one LiftMaster Monitored
Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device installed (refer to page 12).
Wiring type must be set to TS, T or FSTS.
TO PROGRAM MANUALLY (METHOD 1):
1. Close the door.
2. Turn the selector dial to PROG.
3. Press and release the TIMER button on the logic board.
4. Press and release the STOP button to clear the timer.
5. Press and release the OPEN button for every second the
operator should wait before attempting to close the door. Press
and release the CLOSE button for every 15 seconds the
operator should wait before closing the door.
SELECTOR DIAL
Operation will
vary depending
on wiring type
FRENCH WARNINGS
Programming
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TIMER-TO-CLOSE
PROGRAM TIMER-TO-CLOSE BY EXAMPLE (Method 2):
TO PROGRAM:
1. Close the door.
2. Turn the selector dial to PROG.
3. Press and hold TIMER button for 5 seconds until OPEN and
OLS flashes then release.
4. Press and release the OPEN button and wait for the door to
reach full open or mid stop position.
5. Wait for desired amount of time to pass. (An internal stop
watch starts counting when the door stops moving.)
6. Press and release the TIMER button, CLOSE button or STOP
button to stop the timer. (TIMER SET LED will turn on.)
7. Turn the selector dial to the desired wiring type (T, TS, FSTS).
NOTE: To read back the Timer-To-Close setting, turn the selector
dial to DIAG and press the TIMER button. The OPEN LED will flash
once for every second programmed and the CLOSE LED will flash
once for every 15 seconds programmed.
To deactivate the timer from the open position press the STOP
button. The timer will be reactivated on the next operation
command. To deactivate the timer for more than one cycle, attach
a switch to 11 and 12 (Common and Timer Defeat).
SELECTOR DIAL
Operation will vary
depending on wiring type
CAR DEALER MODE
Feature: The car dealer mode uses the SBC (Single Button Control
input) to bring the door from a closed position to the programmed
Open Mid-Stop position and keep it at that location even with
multiple inputs.
Benefit: Provides energy cost savings by limiting the door
opening height.
Requirements: This feature works in conjunction with the
programmable Timer-To-Close feature. To enable this feature you
must first connect a treadle, photoelectric sensor or loop detector
accessory to the SBC input and must have at least one LiftMaster
Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP) Device installed (refer
to page 12). Wiring type must be set to TS or T.
TO PROGRAM:
1. Start with the door in the closed position.
2. Turn the selector dial to PROG.
3. Push the TIMER button and release (GREEN TIMER LED will
be lit).
4. Push the MID button and release. This turns on the Car Dealer
Mode. (The GREEN TIMER LED will flash 6 times indicating the
Car Dealer Mode is turned on.)
5. Push the TIMER button and release.
6. Turn the selector dial to the desired wiring type (TS or T).
NOTE: To disable the Dealer Mode follow steps 2 and 3, then
press the MRT button and release. (The GREEN TIMER LED will
flash 3 times indicating that the Car Dealer Mode is off.)
SELECTOR DIAL
Operation will vary
depending on wiring type
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Programming
MAXIMUM RUN TIMER (MRT)
Feature: The operator can learn the time it takes to open or close
the door plus and an additional 10 seconds.
Benefit: If the operator does not meet its open or close limit
within the set time it will stop, limiting damage to the door and
operator.
To Program:
NOTE: The default setting for the MRT is 90 seconds. In the event
the application requires the MRT be manually learned for a longer
duration follow steps below.
1. Start with the door in the closed position.
2. Set the selector dial to PROG.
3. Press and release the MRT button on logic board.
4. Press the OPEN button and wait for the door to reach the full
open limit.
5. Once the door has reached the open position, programming is
complete.
6. Turn the selector dial to desired wiring type.
NOTE: To reset MRT only, turn the selector dial to PROG and
press and hold the MRT button until the MAS LED flashes rapidly.
SELECTOR DIAL
Operation will vary
depending on wiring
type
RESETTING FACTORY DEFAULTS CLEARING MEMORY
SELECTOR DIAL
To reset most of the user installed settings back to factory
defaults:
1. Turn the selector dial to DIAG.
2. Press and hold the STOP button for 5 seconds. The MAS LED
will flash momentarily when the factory defaults have been
restored.
3. Return the selector dial to the desired wiring type.
Factory Defaults:
a. Timer-To-Close = 0 seconds
b. The Mid Stop is deactivated
c. The Maintenance Alert System is deactivated
d. The Maximum Run Timer is set to 90 seconds
e. Car Dealer Mode is deactivated
f. The remote controls and MyQ® devices will still be learned.
g. Remote control programming via the 3-button station
h. The LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment Protection (LMEP)
Device will be unprogrammed
NOTE: Life of Operator feature (Odometer/Cycle Counter) and
programmed remote controls are not cleared.
Programming
Operation will vary
depending on wiring
type
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
For use with Maintenance Alert System.
Check at the intervals listed in the following chart:
To avoid SERIOUS personal INJURY or DEATH:
• Disconnect electric power BEFORE performing ANY
adjustments or maintenance.
• ALL maintenance MUST be performed by a trained door
systems technician.
NGLISH WARNINGS AT 50%
ITEM
Drive Chain
PROCEDURE
EVERY MONTH
Check for excessive slack.
Check and adjust as required.
Lubricate.
EVERY 6
EVERY 12
EVERY 3
MONTHS OR
MONTHS OR
MONTHS OR
5,000 CYCLES 10,000 CYCLES 20,000 CYCLES

Sprockets
Check set screw tightness.
Clutch
Check and adjust as required.


Belt
Check condition and tension.


Fasteners
Check and tighten as required.


Manual Disconnect
Check and operate.


Bearings and Shafts
LiftMaster Monitored
Entrapment Protection
(LMEP)
Check for wear and lubricate.



Check alignment and
functionality.

RENCH WARNINGS AT 50%
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
 Use SAE 30 Oil (Never use grease or silicone spray).
• Do not lubricate motor. Motor bearings are rated for
continuous operation.
• Do not lubricate clutch or V-belt.
 Repeat ALL procedures.
 Inspect and service whenever a malfunction is observed or
suspected.
OUR LARGE SERVICE ORGANIZATION SPANS AMERICA
Installation and service information are available.
Call our TOLL FREE number:
1-800-528-2806
LiftMaster.com
LIFE OF OPERATOR FEATURE (ODOMETER/CYCLE COUNTER)
The operator is equipped with an odometer to show how many months and cycles the operator has performed from the time it as
installed. This feature can help determine how long the operator has been in service.
1. Start with the door in the closed position.
2. Turn the selector dial to DIAG (diagnostic mode).
3. Press and release the MAS button on the logic board.
4. Press and release the MRT button on the logic board.
5. The open and close lights will flash. OPEN for every 5,000 cycles and CLOSE for every 3 months.
6. Return the selector dial to the desired wiring type.
NOTE: If the operator has not reached 5,000 cycles or 3 months, there will be no indications.
BRAKE (IF PRESENT)
A solenoid brake is available as an option for some models. The
brake is adjusted at the factory and should not need additional
adjustment for the life of the brake assembly.
Inspect the brake pad and replace brake assembly when
necessary.
NOTE: Your operator may look different than the operator shown.
PANISH WARNINGS AT 50%
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Maintenance
TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSTIC CHART
The logic board has several LEDs to assist in the installation and troubleshooting of the operator. The following chart should assist in
verifying the operator is functioning properly. Turn the selector dial to DIAG to keep the door from moving while troubleshooting.
LED
COLOR
DEFINITION
Power
Green
Indicates that power is being generated for the logic board.
Stop
Green
Indicates a closed circuit between common and terminal 5. Pressing stop should turn off this LED.
Open
Yellow
Indicates a closed circuit between common and terminal 7. Pressing the open button should turn
ON this LED.
Close
Yellow
Indicates a closed circuit between common and terminal 6. Pressing the close button should turn
ON this LED.
LMEP
Green
Solid on indicates LMEP learned. Flashing indicates sensors need to be re-connected or activated, or
unlearned if removed**. Solid off indicates no sensors learned.
Timer Defeat
Yellow
Solid on indicates a closed circuit between common and terminal 12. Timer-To-Close will not close.
OLS
Yellow
Pressing the Open Limit Switch should turn ON this LED. Indicates the Open Limit Switch is activated.
CLS
Yellow
Pressing the Close Limit Switch should turn ON this LED. Indicates the Close Limit Switch is activated.
SLS
Yellow
Pressing the Sensing Limit Switch should turn ON this LED. Indicates the Sensing Limit Switch is activated.
Edge
Yellow
Indicates a closed circuit between common and terminal 8. Pressing the edge should turn ON this LED.
Mid Stop
Yellow
Solid on indicates door is stopped on up or down mid stop. Flashing indicates MID STOP is being set.
Timer Enabled
Green
Solid on indicates TIMER is programmed and will activate from open or mid stop position. Flashing
indicates Timer is counting down and door will close after preset time. Each flash represents 1 second of
programmed time.
SBC
Yellow
Indicates a closed circuit between common and terminal 1. Pressing the single button control station
should turn ON this LED.
MAS
Yellow
Indicates the Maintenance Alert System has been activated or an error code has been triggered.
Relay A
Yellow
Indicates open or close command has been given to the motor. LED turns on when OPEN/CLOSE button is
pressed.
Relay B
Yellow
Indicates open or close command has been given to the motor. LED turns on when OPEN/CLOSE button is
pressed.
DATA
Green
Indicates communication between the Logic 5.0 board and optional TLS1CARD.
** RESTRICTED CLOSE. This method will allow you to close the door when LMEP Device(s) are no longer working. Press and hold the
CLOSE button until the door reaches the closed limit. If the CLOSE button is released before the door reaches the closed limit the
operator will stop and the procedure will need to be repeated to fully close the door.
Troubleshooting
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
FAULT
POSSIBLE CAUSE
FIX
A RELAY CLICK IS HEARD
WHEN GIVEN A COMMAND
SLIGHTLY BEFORE MOTOR
MOVEMENT. RELAY LED'S ON
BOARD FLASH IN UNISON
WITH THE CLICK.
This is normal operation.
No action necessary. See Logic Board Overview (page 18) for more information regarding
current sense.
a) No power supply.
THE OPERATOR WILL NOT
RESPOND TO ANY COMMANDS.
POWER LED IS NOT
ILLUMINATED.
STOP BUTTON LED IS NOT
ILLUMINATED.
➤ A) Make sure power is connected to the L1, L2 and L3 terminals.
B) Check the motor harness and ensure the motor harness is connected to the correct
power connector.
C) Check the transformer.
b) Control station not connected
or wired correctly
➤ Use the OPEN, CLOSE and STOP LEDs to help check for correct wiring.
Verify the board is accepting commands by using the onboard
station. The green LED next to stop button must be illuminated.
c) Interlock switch is activated.
➤ Check Interlock(s). If more than one external interlock is present they
must be wired in series. Green LED next to stop button must be on.
d) Dial still in PROG, OPTN,
or DIAG mode.
➤ Set dial to the desired wiring type.
e) Motor is malfunctioning.
➤ Verify proper voltage is being delivered to the motor (Check motor name plate).
f) Motor thermal overload is
tripped.
➤ Check to see if motor is hot. Allow motor to cool before attempting to
move door. Cycle operator in constant pressure one full cycle. (OPEN and CLOSE to
reset fault)
g) Possible malfunction of an
accessory.
➤ Disconnect all devices, reattach one at a time testing for a
failure after each one is replaced.
h) Power Board may need to
be replaced.
➤ When the OPEN or CLOSE button is pressed, Relay A or B LED
should illuminate and the door should move in the corresponding
direction. If Relay A or B illuminates and the door does not move, the
Power Board may need to be replaced.
i) Possible logic board failure.
➤ Replace logic board.
a) Loose secondary wiring
connections or a faulty control
transformer.
➤ Repair or replace connections or control transformer.
b) Hoist interlock switch engaged.
➤ Check interlock. Verify the manual release chain is not engaged.
a) Control station not connected
or wired correctly.
➤ Check wiring to control station.
b) Malfunctioning interlock switch.
➤ Check interlock switch(es) for continuity.
THE DOOR WILL MOVE ABOUT
A FOOT AND STOPS. AFTER
STOPPING, ONLY CONSTANT
PRESSURE COMMANDS WILL
MOVE THE DOOR.
a) RPM sensor is not connected
properly or is malfunctioning.
➤ Check the RPM assembly for loose connections. Make sure the interrupter cup is
turning when operator is running. Check for foreign matter blocking.
b) Clutch is slipping.
➤ Adjust clutch and verify the door is not binding.
THE DOOR WILL MOVE MOST
OF THE WAY TOWARDS A
LIMIT AND STOP. AN
ADDITIONAL OPEN OR CLOSE
COMMAND IS ABLE TO GET
DOOR TO COMPLETE CYCLE.
The Maximum Run Timer is not
set correctly.
➤ Manually reprogram the Maximum Run Timer (page 25) or reset the factory defaults
(page 25).
THE DOOR WILL OPEN SOME
BUT NOT COMPLETELY. AN
EXTRA OPEN IS ABLE TO GET
THE DOOR TO OPEN
COMPLETELY.
A Mid-Stop may be set.
➤ Check to see if the Mid-Stop LED is on. Clear the Mid-Stop by turning the selector dial
to program. Press and hold the MID-STOP button for
5 seconds. Return dial to desired wiring type.
THE DOOR WILL OPEN BUT
WILL ONLY CLOSE AFTER A
FIVE SECOND DELAY WITH
CONSTANT PRESSURE ON THE
CLOSE BUTTON (RESTRICTED
CLOSE MODE).
a) The LMEP attached is
obstructed or activated.
➤ If the on board LMEP LED is flashing, the photoelectric sensors are misaligned or not
connected. Remove any obstructions, check the entrapment protection device wires for
continuity and shorts. If more than one LMEP is installed with the use of a CPS3CARD
the LMEP will not flash when one of the LMEP’s is blocked.
b) The logic board thinks the
direct connect photoelectric
sensors are attached and
blocked.
➤ Unlearn the photoelectric sensors from the memory by resetting factory defaults.
➤ Replace RPM sensor.
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Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING ERROR CODES
Logic 5.0 operators incorporate a self diagnostic feature built into the MAS LED. In addition to indicating when routine maintenance is
due, the MAS LED can be used to troubleshoot problems with the operator.
If the MAS LED on the logic board or 3-button control station is flashing on and off rapidly, the Maintenance Alert System has been
triggered and service is due on the operator. If the MAS LED flashes 2 or more times in a row followed by a pause, an operator error
has occurred. To view the errors, turn the selector dial to DIAG and press the OPEN button. To view the individual error codes (if more
than one exists) press CLOSE. It is possible to have more than one error at a time.
Use the chart below to determine the error.
ERROR CODE
DESCRIPTION
SYMPTOM
SOLUTION
1 blink
MAS triggered (cycles or months).
Normal operation.
Reset MAS (page 22).
2 blinks
No RPM input during opening or
closing.
The door only responds to
constant pressure commands.
Clutch is slipping, adjust clutch, or verify RPM sensor
connection or replace RPM sensor.
NOTE: To relearn the RPM sensor, move the door with
a constant pressure command. The door will stop once
relearned and normal operation will resume.
3 blinks
(MRT) Maximum Run Time has
timed out.
The door stops before reaching
the desired time.
Check the operator for any faults (e.g., bad limit
switch), program the Max Run Timer OR reset to
factory defaults.
4 blinks
Obstruction sensed on closing.
Operator will reverse to OPEN
position.
Remove obstruction or realign photoelectric sensor.
5 blinks
A button is stuck (longer than 2
minutes).
The control station will not
respond.
The control station must be fixed or replaced before it
will be recognized as an input.
6 blinks
Invalid option card plugged into
option card receptacles.
Option card will not function
properly.
Refer to accessories page for list of supported option
card(s).
7 blinks
LiftMaster Monitored Entrapment
Protection (LMEP) Device faulted
or removed for greater than
2 minutes.
Normal operation (5 second
constant pressure override
required to close).
Cleared when entrapment protection device is cleared
or connected.
8 blinks
Brownout Detected - under voltage. Operator will run as long as
enough power is present.
1. Check AC line for voltage.
2. Check transformer secondary
for low voltage.
Too many accessories may be connected to the
transformer.
9 blinks
Power board failure.
No operator movement.
Replace power board.
10 blinks
Operator was not in programming
mode when the motor phase
jumper was changed.
The phase will not change.
Enter programming mode and move phase jumper to
change phase.
11 blinks
Too much voltage supplied to
operator - over voltage.
Operator will run as long as a
component failure does not
occur.
1. Check AC line for voltage.
2. Voltage to be within +/- 10% of intended voltage.
12 blinks
Current sense fault.
Motor moves for limited cycles,
then motor no longer moves.
1. Check current sense wiring connection.
2. Cycle operator power after wiring has been
corrected.
NOTE: Error codes take priority over normal MAS LED operation. Error codes will repeat on the MAS every 1.5 seconds until cleared.
There may be more than one error present, but only the highest priority will flash. If the highest error is cleared, the next highest will
flash. All errors self-correct when the corrective action is taken. A reset is not needed.
Troubleshooting
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TROUBLESHOOTING RADIO FUNCTIONALITY
The error codes will display at the radio LED.
NOTE: Radio receiver is compatible with SECURITY+ 2.0® remote controls
and keyless entry devices.
ERROR CODE
DISPLAY
R1
Quick Flash
R2
POSSIBLE PROBLEM
CORRECTION
No response from the remote
control.
Unlearned remote controlA user tries to use a remote
control, but the RADIO LED only
flashes briefly and there is no
response from the operator.
Try re-learning the remote control
(page 21).
No LED activity
No response from the remote
control.
Cannot recognize remote control
- A weak signal caused by a
discharged battery or outside
interference with the remote
control(s) - OR - the remote
control(s) being learned is not
compatible with the operator.
Antenna not installed or
damaged.
Replace battery - OR eliminate interference - ORobtain a qualified remote controlOR- check antenna connections.
R3
Radio LED turns
off after 30
seconds
The remote control cannot be
learned.
Cannot recognize remote controlA weak signal caused by a
discharged battery or outside
interference interfering with the
learn process - OR - the
remote control(s) being learned
is not compatible with the
operator. Antenna not installed or
damaged.
Replace battery - OR eliminate interference - ORobtain a qualified remote controlOR- check antenna connections.
R4
2 blinks
The remote control cannot be
learned.
Receiver memory full A user enters RADIO function
learning mode but there is no
space left to add another remote
control.
Erase all learned remote controls
and re-learn the desired remote
control.
R5
3 blinks
The remote control cannot be
learned.
Duplicate remote controlA user enters RADIO function
learning and selects the function
to be learned. When the remote
control button is pressed for
learning, a search reveals that
remote control is already learned.
This remote control already has a
function associated with it. To
change the function, erase all
learned remote controls and
re-learn the desired remote
control.
No entrapment protection device
present - A sensing device is
required to close via constant
pressure.
Must connect a LiftMaster
Monitored Entrapment Protection
(LMEP) Device.
R6
SYMPTOM
LMEP LED flashes Cannot close via constant
pressure in C2, D1, or E2 modes.
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Troubleshooting
WIRING DIAGRAMS
LOGIC (VER. 5.0) 1 PHASE WIRING DIAGRAM
Hoist Interlock
When Present
Refer to page 13 for
Refer to page
21 for
LiftMaster
Monitored
LiftMaster Monitored
Entrapment
Protection
Entrapment Protection
(LMEP) Device
(LMEP) device
connections.
connections
Wiring Diagrams
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460V
L3
PURPLE
L2
WHITE
L1
BLACK
208V
230V
(or 575V)
T_460V T_230V
PURPLE or 575V
GRAY
T_COMM
WHITE
Refer to page13 for
LiftMaster Monitored
Entrapment Protection
(LMEP) Device
connections.
LOGIC (VER. 5.0) 3 PHASE WIRING DIAGRAM
Refer to page 21 for
LiftMaster Monitored
Entrapment Protection
(LMEP) device
connections.
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Wiring Diagrams
4)
)
4)
4)
4)
4)
)
)
(CPS-UN4)
ACCESSORIES
Optical Edge System
(OES)
ENTRAPMENT
(CPS-U) PROTECTION DEVICES
MONITORED
CPS-U
(CPS-RPEN4)
CPS-UN4
(CPS-OPEN4)
CPS-RPEN4
)
4))
CPS-OPEN4
)
MONITORED
Dual-Sided Infrared Photo Eyes
• NEMA 1 general purpose enclosure.
• Dual-sided infrared sensors.
• For indoor use.
• Maximum range of 30 feet (9.1 m).
CPS3CARD
Monitored Thru-Beam Photo Eyes
• Heavy-duty housing for industrial applications.
• NEMA 4 enclosure protects against direct spray.
• Dual-sided infrared sensors.
• For indoor/outdoor use.
• Maximum range of 45 feet (13.7 m).
CPS-MEI
Optical Edge
Safety Interface Card
Plug-in Interface card enables use of a second set of
D) or edge with a commercial
monitored
eyes
3CAR
PSphoto
(C
System
(OES)
door operator.
(CPS3CARD)
CPS-EI
Edge Interface 2-Wire Monitored
For use with approved 2-wire edges.
Edge Interface 4-Wire Monitored
For use
with approved 4-wire edges.
Optical Edge System
(OES)
Monitored Retro-Reflective Photo Eyes
• Polarized reflector for use in applications with
highly reflective surfaces.
• NEMA 4X enclosure protects against direct water
spray and corrosion.
• Retro-reflective sensor.
• For indoor/outdoor use.
• Maximum range of 50 feet (15 m).
Optical
Optical Edge
Edge System
System (OES)
(OES)
NON-MONITORED
65-8202
(CPS3CARD)
Vehicle Detection System:
Pneumatic Sensing Edge Kit with exterior air switch,
2-wire coil cord and 14 foot (4.3 m) air hose.
65-5202
Vehicle Detection System:
(CPS3CARD)
(CPS3CARD) Pneumatic Sensing Edge Kit with exterior air switch,
Monitored Dual-Sided Photo Eyes
• Flexible housings maintain alignment in areas with
a high propensity for sensor contact.
• NEMA 4X enclosure protects against direct water
spray and corrosion.
• Dual-sided infrared sensors.
• For indoor/outdoor use.
• Maximum range of 45 feet (13.7 m).
2-wire take-up reel (20 feet [6 m] extended) and 14
foot (4.3 m) air hose.
Optical Edge System (OES)
OES-SD16
Optical Edge System
16 feet (4.9 m) Sectional 2-Wire Door Edge Kit with
infrared optical sensors, rubber door edge and all
Opticalhardware
Edge System
mounting
(channel (OES)
sold separately).
OES-SD24
Optical Edge System
24 feet (7.3 m) Sectional 2-Wire Door Edge Kit with
infrared optical sensors, rubber door edge and all
Opticalhardware
Edge System
mounting
(channel (OES)
sold separately).
OES-RD16
(CPS3CARD)
Optical
Edge System
16 feet (4.9 m) Rolling 2-Wire Door Edge Kit with
infrared optical sensors, rubber door edge and all
Optical Edge System (OES)
mounting hardware (door channel not required).
(CPS3CARD)
• Rubber door edge is durable, flexible and easy to install.
• Premium rubber can be cut to length for exact fit.
• NEMA 6 rating protects against moisture and standing water.
• Infrared optical sensors eliminate the need for electrical contacts.
(CPS3CARD)
• Maximum range of 33 feet (10 m).
• Sectional and rolling door edges are also available in 50 foot (15 m)
bulk rolls, along with individual components for additional savings on
large installation jobs.
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Accessories
ACCESSORIES
MyQ® ACCESSORIES
CONTROL STATIONS
828LM
LiftMaster® Internet Gateway
Enables owners of Commercial Door Operators to open
and close their doors and turn on/off lights in or around
their facility using a smart phone or tablet computer
from anywhere in the world.
02-101
1-Button Control Station:
Steel enclosure.
829LM
Garage and Gate Monitor
Monitor open/closed status for up to 4 MyQ®
compatible commercial door openers or gate operators
and close them from anywhere in the home.
02-102
2-Button Control Station:
Steel enclosure.
825LM
Remote Light Control
Automatically control your lights using your commercial
door opener, a Security+ 2.0® remote control or a
LiftMaster® Internet Gateway. Plugs into any interior
outlet.
02-103L
3-Button Control Station:
Steel enclosure with Maintenance Alert System.
02-110
Key Control Station:
Indoor flush mount, NEMA 1 with Stop button.
02-401
1-Button Indoor Surface Mount Station (NEMA 1)
Provides single button to activate opening one or
more commercial doors.
REMOTE CONTROLS WITH SECURITY+ 2.0®
& CONNECTIVITY
811LM
Encrypted DIP Switch Single-Button Remote Control:
Ideal for commercial door applications requiring a large
number of remotes for a common space.
813LM
Encrypted DIP Switch Three-Button Remote Control:
Includes Red, Yellow and Green markings which
Indicates Open, Close, Stop.
877LM
Wireless Keypad:
Able to be programmed with temporary access
codes for visitors or delivery personnel.
RADIO
STAR1000
Accessories
Commercial Access Control Receiver:
Connects up to 1000 LiftMaster® remote controls.
Supports suspending and unsuspending remote
controls to withhold and reinstate access.
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02-401M
ACCESSORIES
MOUNTING BRACKETS
ADDITIONAL CONTROL ACCESSORIES
Heavy gauge steel bracket for vertical or horizontal
mount on either front or top of coil on a rolling door.
Has a variety of mounting hole patterns compatible
with many OEM manufacturers. For use with J, H, DJ,
and DH operators. May be welded.
TLS1CARD
86LM
(15' [4.6 m]) Antenna Extension Kit:
86LMT (25' [7.6 m]) The antenna extension kit can be used with EXT-ANT
for maximum radio receiver range.
08-9098
Cast iron bracket to mount J, H, DH, DJ, and GH side
mount operators on end bracket of a rolling door or
grill. For vertical or horizontal mount on either front or
top of coil. Cannot be welded.
RGL24LY
08-9098EZ
Same as 08-9098, but with adapter plate to hold
mounting bolts in place for easy mounting.
10-12360
TLS1CARD
02-103L
Red/Green Traffic Light:
Indicates when a commercial door reaches the
open position. Provides assurance of safe entering
and exiting of the facility, reducing the potential for
costly accidents. (TLS1CARD is recommended)
02-103L
RGL24LY
50-HERK2
1A4324
Heavy gauge steel bracket for vertical or horizontal
mount on either front or top of coil on a rolling
door. May be welded. For use with J, H, DJ, and DH
operators.
1A4324EZ
Same as 1A4324, but with adapter plate to hold
mounting bolts in place for easy mounting.
50-HERK2
50-HERK2
50450
02-401M
CHAIN TENSIONERS
71-6023
71-6125
Motion Detector 24V
Microwave motion detector with two independently
programmable channels.
Switch Sectional Door Interlock
NEMA 4 switch disables operator control circuit
when door is locked preventing electrical operation
of the door.
For Jackshaft Type Operators
50450
For 1" (2.5 cm) shafts. Recommended to properly
tension drive chain between operator shaft and
door shaft.
TLS1CARD
50450
Same as 71-6023, but for 1-1/4" (3.2 cm) shafts.
OPTION CARDS
TLS1CARD
Timer Light Status Card:
The TLS option card provides special functionality
to activate and flash auxiliary devices such as
lights, bells, and horns/strobes at various door
positions, and to provide special timer functions.
AUXCARD
Auxiliary Contact Card:
The Auxiliary Contact option card has both NormallyOpen and Normally-Closed contacts that actuate
when the door is idle, opening, or closing.
02-103L
50-HERK2
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Accessories
NOTES
36
CONTROL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
IMPORTANT NOTES:
1. The 3-Button Control Station provided must be connected for operation.
2. If a STOP button is not used, a jumper must be placed between terminals 4 and 5.
3. When adding accessories, install them one at a time and test each one after it is added to ensure proper installation and operation
with the Commercial Door Operator.
3 BUTTON STATION OR 3 POSITION KEYSWITCH WITH SPRING RETURN TO CENTER AND STOP BUTTON
STANDARD
7
10
6
(RED)
4
5
Close
5
4
(RED)
Maintenance
Alert LED
Stop
(WHITE)
KEY LOCKOUT
7 6
10
(RED)
Open
Maintenance
Alert LED
2 OR MORE
10 7 6 4
Open
Open
Close
Close
Stop
(WHITE)
Open
Maintenance
Alert LED
Close
Stop
(WHITE)
Stop
NOTE: Stop circuit must be wired in series for
all stop buttons to function. This may require
removal of factory installed jumper bar in the
3-button station.
Keyswitch
2 BUTTON STATION OR 3 POSITION KEYSWITCH WITH SPRING RETURN TO CENTER
STANDARD
7
6
2 OR MORE
7
4
6
D1 & E2
MODE ONLY
Open
See note 2.
Close
TIMER DEFEAT SWITCH
Open
Open
Close
Close
1 BUTTON STATION OR ANY AUXILIARY DEVICE
11 12
OPEN / CLOSE
1 4
Keyswitch
R1
R2
EXTERNAL
RADIO RECEIVER
R3
NOTE: 32 Vdc power supplied from white
and yellow wires located within the
electrical box.
EXTERNAL INTERLOCK
Note: 11 and 4 are both the same common.
Either is acceptable.
Edge Sensor
See note 2.
RADIO CONTROLS
B2, T, TS & FSTS
MODE ONLY
NON-MONITORED EDGE SENSOR TO REVERSE OR STOP
8
D1 & E2
MODE ONLY
(WH) (OR) (YE)
See note 2.
11
4
Remove Factory Installed Jumper
When Interlock is Used
2
2
3
ONE
3
2 OR MORE
All Wiring Types
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