User Operating Instructions - Tucker Auto

A TUCKER AUTO-MATION HOLDINGS COMPANY
WWW.TUCKERZAP.COM
Contact Information:
Tucker Auto-Mation ZAP Supply, LLC
Location:11075 Parker Drive
Irwin, PA 15642
Toll Free: 1-855-8 TUCKER
Tel: 412-823-2537
Fax: 412-816-1862
Technical Support: 1-888-467-5751
Email: sales@tuckerzap.com
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ZAP 800 and 8800 Series 3 Commercial Door Shaft-Mounted Motor Operators
Tucker ZAP PATENT NUMBER / TITLE / REGISTRATION DATE:
USA 8,182,381 | Drive arrangement | May 22, 2012
USA 8,115,438 | Aperture closure member control arrangements | Feb. 14, 2012
USA 8,033,374 | Drive arrangement | Oct. 11, 2011
USA 7,633,253 | Control and monitoring arrangements for an aperture closure member | Dec. 15, 2009
USA 7,437,971 | Drive arrangement | Oct. 21, 2008
USA 7,333,308 | Control arrangement | Feb. 19, 2008
USA 7,005,884 | Monitoring apparatus for monitoring electrical drive current for an electric motor | Feb. 28, 2006
USA 6,188,198 | Aperture closures | Feb. 13, 2001
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Mexico 243645 | Aparato de monitoreo | Feb. 6, 2007
Canada 2445152 | Monitoring apparatus | June 25, 2013
Canada 2440772 | Control arrangement | June 21, 2011
Canada 2560530 | Drive arrangement | May 21, 2013
Canada 2641641 | Aperture closures | April 26, 2011
Canada 2445123 | Drive arrangement | Feb. 16, 2010
Canada 2338191 | Aperture closures | Dec. 30, 2008
IMPORTANT- SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: - To reduce the risk of severe
injury or death
1.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
2.
Never let children operate or play with door controls. Keep the remote
control (where provided) away from children.
3.
Personnel should keep away from a door in motion and keep the moving
door in sight until it is completely closed or opened. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS
THE PATH OF A MOVING DOOR.
4.
Test the door’s safety features at least once a month. After adjusting either
the force or the limit of travel, retest the door operator’s safety features.
Failure to adjust the operator properly may cause severe injury or death.
5.
Where possible use the Manual Override Release Lever only when the door is
closed. Use caution when using this release when the door is open. Weak or
broken springs may cause the door to fall rapidly, causing severe injury or
death.
6.
KEEP DOORS PROPERLY OPERATING AND BALANCED. See Door
Manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual. An improperly operating or balanced door
could cause severe injury or death. Have a trained door systems technician
make repairs to cables, spring assemblies, and other hardware.
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IMPORTANT- MESURES DE SÉCURITÉ
AVERTISSEMENT: - Pour réduire les risques
de blessures mortelles
1.
LISEZ CETTE NOTICE ET CONFORMEZ-VOUS AUX MISES EN GARDE
2.
Ne laissez jamais les enfants manoeuvrer les commandes de la porte. Ne
laissez pas la télécommande à portée des enfants.
3.
Surveillez la course de la porte jusqu’à ce que cette dernière soit
complètement fermée en veillant à tenir à l’écart toute personne et tout objet
avoisinant. IL NE FAUT JAMAIS PASSER EN-DESSOUS D’UNE PORTE EN
MOUVEMENT.
4.
Vérifiez l’équipement de sécurité de la porte au moins une fois par mois.
Après avoir ajusté la vitesse ou la distance de la trajectoire, vérifiez de
nouveau l’équipement de sécurité de la porte. Omettre d’ajuster la fixation
en conséquence peut causer des blessures graves ou mortelles.
5.
Dans la mesure du possible, ne déclenchez le dispositif de désaccouplement
que lorsque la porte est fermée. Usez de prudence si vous déclenchez le
dispositif lorsque la porte est ouverte; Un ressort affaibli ou cassé peut
entraîner une descente brutale de la porte et causer des blessures mortelles.
6.
ASSUREZ-VOUS QUE LA PORTE DE GARAGE EST CORECTEMENT ÉQUILIBRÉE.
Une porte mal équilibrée peut causer des blessures graves. Confiez la
réparation des câbles, des ressorts et de tout autre élément à un technicien
qualifié.
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ZAP MOTOR-CONTROL SYSTEMS
FOR COMMERCIAL DOORS
The system includes model 800 or model 8800 wall-mounting Control Unit with case mounted control
buttons, Jackshaft Motor Operator and Manual Override kit.
Model8800MotorOperator
MOTOR-CONTROLUNITS
MANUALOVERRIDERELEASE
MODEL800
The model 800 Control Unit will power
doors up to 12 square metres (130
square feet) in conjunction with series
800 Motor Operator.
The Manual Override drive release
mechanism includes a doorframe or
track mounted over centre lever, which is
connected to the operator by a Bowden
cable. The screw hook on the lever
provides adjustment of the V-belt
tension.
Model800MotorOperator
MODEL8800
The model 8800 Control Unit will power
doors up to 26 square metres (280
square feet) in conjunction with a series
8800 Motor Operator.
ManualOverrideReleaseLever
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ZAP COMMERCIAL DOOR MOTOR-CONTROL SYSTEM
Following installation and commissioning by a qualified technician the power supply should be, when
possible, left permanently connected.
If any work is to be carried out on the door or installation then the main power supply should be
isolated.
USING YOUR ZAP COMMERCIAL DOOR MOTOR-CONTROL SYSTEM
NOTE: A safety photo-electric sensor may be fitted to operate in conjunction with the control system.
If a safety photo-electric sensor is fitted it must be correctly installed and aligned. If it is out of
alignment it will prevent the door closing other than by Dead-Man operation (continual depression) of
the CLOSE button.
The system may be operated by any of the following items:
1. Model 800 and 8800 Control Unit push buttons. Operation is as follows:
Press and hold either the upper OPEN or lower CLOSE push button until the door starts to move.
Note that if a photo-electric sensor has not been installed across the doorway then the close
function will only operate in Dead-Man (press and hold to run). The door will stop if the CLOSE
button is released.
2. ZAP Radio Transmitter, if fitted. Operation is as follows:
Press and hold the transmitter button until the door starts to move.
Note that if a photo-electric sensor has not been installed across the doorway then the door can
not be closed by remote control.
3. Accessory Radio Transmitter (non-ZAP), if fitted. Operation is as follows:
Press and hold the transmitter button until the door starts to move.
Note that if a photo-electric sensor has not been installed across the doorway then the door can
not be closed by remote control.
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CONTROL UNIT OPERATION
1. If the door is open and the CLOSE button is pressed, the door will close.
2. If it is closed and the OPEN button is pressed it will open.
3. If the door is opening and the STOP button is pressed it will stop.
4. If the door is closing and the STOP button is pressed it will stop.
5. If the door is physically obstructed while it is closing it will stop and reopen.
6. If the door is physically obstructed while it is opening it will stop.
7. If the beam from the safety photo-electric sensor (if fitted) is obstructed while it is closing it
will stop and reopen.
8. If the beam from the safety photo-electric sensor (if fitted) is obstructed or damaged while the
door is open it will not close other than by Dead-Man operation (continual depression) of the
CLOSE push button. In these circumstances if the CLOSE button is released whilst the door is
closing it will stop.
9. The safety photo-electric sensor operation (if fitted) has no effect on the door when it is
opening.
If the safety photo-electric sensor is misaligned, the door will not close from the hand held transmitter.
However the door may be closed by pressing and holding the Control Unit case lid push button.
LIGHTING CONTROL
Providing the lighting circuit is wired by a qualified electrician to an external light rated at a maximum
of 500 watts and the DOCK LIGHT Dip switch number 6 is set to the OFF position, the light will turn on
and remain on for a three minute period from the last operation of the door.
The Control Unit may be set by the installer to turn the light on when the door is opened and turn off
when the door is closed instead. This feature is normally used to control a loading bay dock light.
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TO OPEN THE DOOR MANUALLY
The door should be fully closed if possible. Pull the Manual Override Release Lever to release the drive
and lift the door manually. Press the Manual Override Release Lever down to reengage the drive.
However if the drive is reengaged with the door in a different position then the door may have to be
cycled open and close for at least one complete cycle to enable the controller to synchronize the door
position.
CARE OF YOUR ZAP MOTOR-CONTROL SYSTEM
OPERATION DURING COLD WEATHER
During winter if the door reverses off a build up of snow or ice then the doorway should be cleared to
enable the door to close fully.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Every month check that the closing door reverses when the safety photo-electric sensor beam is
interrupted.
Every six months or 2500 operations, whichever is sooner:
1. Release the Manual Override Release Lever and move the door manually to assess the balance
of the door and to check if it is binding.
2. Check the adjustment of the Manual Override Release Lever tension. The lever should be
horizontal when the cable slack is taken up. Once the V-belt is bedded in and the slack is taken
up the lever should be slightly lower than horizontal. If the lever tension requires increasing
then turn the lever hook screw clockwise to increase the tension.
3. Check that the door opens and closes fully.
The Motor Operator does not require additional lubrication. Do not grease the door tracks.
If there is any doubt about the correct operation of the door then contact your dealer.
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There are no user accessible adjustments on the controller other than the following case push button
programming options:
PROGRAMMING USING THE CASE LID BUTTONS
The following functions may be used providing the Control Unit is fitted with an optional Plug-in
Beeper Module.
OPERATIONS COUNTER INTERROGATION
A Door Operations Counter is incorporated. The number of door operations, to the nearest 100
operations, can be checked at any time.
The Door Operations Counter may be checked as follows:
Press and hold the STOP button.
Then press and hold the OPEN button.
Release the buttons after the beep.
The beeper will then indicate the total door operations since the door was installed by sounding long
beeps for 1000's of operations and short beeps for 100's of operations.
For example: Two long beeps and three short beeps indicate that the door has completed 2300
operations. If there is no response after releasing the buttons then the door has completed less than
100 operations.
AUTO-CLOSE - STAY OPEN PROGRAMMING
If the Control Unit has been set to Auto-Close and it is required to disable the Auto-Close function for
example when it is required to hold the door open on a warm summer’s day, then the Auto-Close can
be temporarily disabled by opening the door and waiting for the door to stop in the open position as
follows:
Press and hold the STOP button.
Then press and hold the CLOSE button.
Release the buttons after the beep. (The analogy being - STOP CLOSING).
The Auto-Close function will operate normally after the door is next closed using the CLOSE push
button.
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