Installation & Instruction Manual
MLT
Commercial & Industrial Medium Duty Trolley Operator
(For standard lift sectional doors)
Electrical Control (BOARD 070E)
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
GIVE TO END-USER.
Serial #
Model #
Wiring Diagram #
Project #/Name
Door #/Name
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TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
Installation Instructions............................................................................................................................................... 3
1
2
General Specifications and Dimensions..............................................................................................................................................................4
Door & Operator Hardware..................................................................................................................................................................................5
2.1
2.2
3
4
5
Operator Installation.............................................................................................................................................................................................6
3.1
Assembly Instructions...............................................................................................................................................................................6
3.2
Installation.................................................................................................................................................................................................8
Disconnect Mechanism......................................................................................................................................................................................10
Limit Switches & Limit Cams: Adjustment & Functionality.................................................................................................................................11
5.1
Limit Switch Adjustments: Open and Close Cam Settings.....................................................................................................................11
5.2
5.3
6
Delivery of Operator..................................................................................................................................................................................5
Hardware Supplied....................................................................................................................................................................................5
Limit Switch Functionality........................................................................................................................................................................11
Limit Switch Adjustment..........................................................................................................................................................................12
Electrical Wiring.................................................................................................................................................................................................13
6.1
Low Voltage (Controls) and High Voltage (Power) Connections............................................................................................................14
6.2
6.3
Main Power Supply Connection..............................................................................................................................................................14
Wall-Button Connection...........................................................................................................................................................................15
7
6.4
Optional Accessory Connections............................................................................................................................................................16
Operator Start-up...............................................................................................................................................................................................20
8
9
Clutch Adjustment..............................................................................................................................................................................................21
Electronic Control Board (ECB) – BOARD 070E...............................................................................................................................................22
9.1
9.2
General Layout........................................................................................................................................................................................22
On-Board LED Monitoring Status...........................................................................................................................................................23
9.3
Electronic Control Board (ECB) Programming.......................................................................................................................................25
User Instructions........................................................................................................................................................ 28
1
Quick Fix Instructions.........................................................................................................................................................................................29
Maintenance Instructions........................................................................................................................................... 30
1
2
3
4
Preventative Maintenance Schedule.................................................................................................................................................................30
1.1
Mechanical Inspection.............................................................................................................................................................................30
1.2
Electrical Inspection................................................................................................................................................................................31
Troubleshooting Guide.......................................................................................................................................................................................32
Electrical Drawings.............................................................................................................................................................................................34
3.1
1 Phase Operator with BOARD 070E.....................................................................................................................................................34
3.2
External Wiring with BOARD 070E.........................................................................................................................................................35
Mechanical Exploded Views and Replacement Components...........................................................................................................................36
4.1
4.2
MLT..........................................................................................................................................................................................................36
MLT Control Box with BOARD 070E.......................................................................................................................................................37
Notes............................................................................................................................................................................ 38
Warranty...................................................................................................................................................................... 39
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Installation Instructions
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR
DEATH TO PERSONS:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Install only on a properly operating and balanced door. A door that is operating
improperly could cause severe injury. Have qualified service personnel make repairs
to cables, spring assemblies and other hardware before installing the operator.
3. Remove all pull ropes and remove, or make inoperative, all locks (unless
mechanically and/or electrically interlocked to the power unit) that are connected to
the door before installing the operator.
4. Installation of this door operator must be done by a qualified installer.
5. Verify that the operator is correct for type, size of door and frequency of use per the
operator specifications.
6. Install the door operator at least 8 feet (2,4 m) or more above the floor if the operator
has exposed moving parts.
7. Do not connect the door operator to the source of power until instructed to do so.
8. Locate the control station: (a) within sight of the door, (b) at a minimum height of
5 feet (1,5 m) so small children cannot reach it, and (c) away from all moving parts of
the door.
9. Install the Entrapment Warning Placard next to the control station in a prominent
location.
10. For products having a manual release, instruct the end user on the operation of the
manual release.
11. If you have any questions about the safety of the door operating system, do not install
the operator, contact Manaras-Opera at 1-800-361-2260.
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General Specifications and Dimensions
SUPPLY VOLTAGE...............................115 VAC single-phase
CONTROL VOLTAGE............................24 VAC class 2 transformer, 2 amp fuse type ACG
MOTOR.................................................Intermittent duty 1/2 horsepower
DOOR SPEED......................................11”/second
NET WEIGHT (Operator only)...............60 Lbs (27 Kg)
STANDARD WIRING TYPE..................C2 (momentary contact to open/stop and constant-pressure-to-close)
APPLICATION.......................................Medium duty for standard lift sectional doors
DUTY.....................................................14 cycles/hour or 50 cycles/day maximum
Figure 1 - MLT Dimensions
Table 1 - Operator Selection Guide
Maximum Area in Square Feet (general guideline)
Sectional Doors
Wood
Steel
Steel
Steel 20 ga, Alu. Steel
HP
18 ga
18 ga ins.
22 & 24 ga
20 ga ins. 22 & 24 ga
ins.
½
120
160
250
275
Fiber
Glass
290
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2
2.1
Door & Operator Hardware
Delivery of Operator
Upon delivery of your OPERA trolley operator, inspect the unit immediately for any shipping damages. Verify that you
have received all the hardware parts pertaining to your operator model, as listed in Table 2 and shown in
Figure 2. If ordered, other items such as radio controls or other types of optional equipment may be present. If any
item is missing or if there is evidence of damage, call the transport company or your direct supplier.
2.2
Hardware Supplied
Table 2 - Standard Hardware Parts Supplied
No Qty
Description
1
1
3-Push-button station
(open/close/stop)
2
1
Door lifting arm assembly
3
2
Pre-drilled galvanized track (1)
4
1
#410 (48)/#41 Drive chain (1)
5
1
Front end u-bracket
6
1
#410 (48)/#41 Front idler
assembly
7
2
Spacer
8
1
Carriage
9
6
Hex bolt 3/8-16 x 1-1/4”
10
1
Hex bolt 3/8-16 x 2-1/4”
11
1
Take-up bolt 3/8-16 x 2-1/2”
12
1
Connecting chain link
13
8
Hex nut 3/8-16
14
7
Helical spring lock washer 3/8
15
1
Lock nut 3/8-16
16
1
Entrapment Warning Placard
17
Txxx
16
Figure 2 - Standard Trolley Hardware
T2HBAG
(1) Length according to door height
Note : Depending on door height, the quantity of track
hardw are may vary.
Figure 3 - Entrapment Warning Placard
NOTE: Install the Entrapment Warning Placard (shown in Figure 3), next to the control station, visible in the area of
the door.
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3
Operator Installation
3.1
Assembly Instructions
CAUTION
To prevent access to the pinch point, this operator must be installed a minimum of 8 feet (2,4 m) above
the floor.
NOTICE
• Install the operator only when all openings of a horizontal slide door are guarded or screened from
bottom of the door to a minimum of 4 ft (1,22 m) above the ground to prevent a 2-¼ in (57,2 mm)
diameter sphere from passing through the openings anywhere in the door.
1
Attach tracks to operator
2
Assemble carriage
Nut 3/8-16
Carriage
Lock w asher 3/8
Bolt 3/8-16
Take-Up Bolt 3/8-16
Track
Nut 3/8-16
3
Nut 3/8-16
Lock w asher 3/8
Slide carriage on track
Ope rator Side
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4
Install spacers and front idler
Spacer
Bolt 3/8-16
Lock w asher 3/8
Front idler
5
Install chain
A) Attach chain to front of carriage.
B) Wrap chain around front idle r.
Chain
Chain
Chain link
Front idler
Carriage
C) Wrap chain around operator s prock et.
D) Attach chain to back of carriage .
Operator sprocket
Chain
Chain
Carriage
Nut
Chain link
E) Adjust the te ns ion on the chain.
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3.2
Installation
Trolley operators are designed to be mounted directly over the center of the door. The operator tracks should clear the
door by approximately 2.5”. Off center mounting may be required, for example, because of potential interfering
structures. It is possible to install the operator slightly off the center on torsion spring doors. Extension springs require
center mounting.
1
Establish the center of the door
Door center
2
Establish the highest point of door travel
Highest point
3
Position the U-shaped wall bracket
Center of the door
Wall fixation holes
Secure w all bracke t to header using the
appropriate anchors for your type of w all.
U-shaped w all bracket
2.5”
Highest point of door travel
4
Attach tracks to U-shaped wall bracket
Allow the m otor to res t on the floor and rais e
the front end of the rails and s ecure w ith the
bolts and nuts (do not tighten).
Bolt 3/8-16
Wall bracket
Lock Washer 3/8
Nut 3/8-16
Track
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5
Position and hang the operator
Hanging brackets (example)
Hois t the re ar of the ope rator to a horizontal
position. Te m porarily se cure w ith rope or
chain. Tighte n w all brack et bolts and nuts.
Tracks
(front end)
Se cure the ope rator us ing hanging brack ets and appropriate fas teners.
It is highly recom m ende d to se cure the tracks . The num ber and type of
supports us ed is le ft up to the dis cre tion of the ins taller base d on the
environm e ntal cons traints .
6
Attach door arm
Attach door arm to carriage .
Bolt 3/8-16 x 2-1/4
Carriage
Bolt 3/8-16 x 1-1/4
Track
Door Side
Ope rator
Side
Bolt 3/8-16 x 1
Door bracket
Lock nut 3/8-16
Lock nut 3/8-16
Door arm
Lock w asher 3/8
Lock w asher 3/8
Nut 3/8-16
Attach door arm to door using appropriate faste ne rs .
M ount door brack et to the ce nte r of the door.
Door arm should ide ally hang ve rtically w hen the door
is clos ed.
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4
Disconnect Mechanism
WARNING
•
•
•
•
To reduce risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH to persons:
Do not stand directly under door arm when pulling the disconnect chain.
Do not attempt to disengage the door while the operator is running.
Do not attempt to manually force open or close a malfunctioning door.
The door should ideally be closed when activating the disconnect mechanism.
The operator is equipped with a trolley disconnect mechanism to operate the door manually if necessary.
To manually operate the door:
1. Pull disconnect chain downwards, refer to Figure 4.
2. Disconnect trolley arm from carriage, refer to Figure 4.
3. Operate the door manually (by hand).
To return to electrical operation mode:
1. Pull on disconnect chain while reinserting the trolley arm onto the carriage.
Carriage
Trolley arm
Disconnect Chain
Figure 4 - Disconnect Trolley Arm From Carriage
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5
Limit Switches & Limit Cams: Adjustment & Functionality
WARNING
To reduce risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH to persons:
• Do not attempt to make limit switch adjustments unless power has been electrically disconnected.
5.1
Limit Switch Adjustments: Open and Close Cam Settings
To adjust the limit cams, see Figure 5.
1. Push the cam's retaining bracket arm.
2. Turn the cams for limit adjustment: turning cams toward the center of the limit shaft increases door travel or
turning the cams toward the limit switch decreases door travel.
Open Side
Cam Retaining
Bracket
Close Side
Open Cam
Close Cam
Decrease
Door Travel
Open Limit
Switch
Increase
Door Trave l
Cam Retaining
Bracket Arm
Adv. Close
Limit Switch
Figure 5 - Limit Cam Adjustment
5.2
Limit Switch Functionality
Open Limit Switch and Advanced Open Limit Switch
When activated, the Open Limit Switch will stop the operator while the door is travelling in the upward direction.
Should be adjusted accordingly to stop door in fully open position. The microprocessor has a built-in program that
replaces the Advanced Open Limit Switch.
Close Limit Switch and Advanced Close Limit Switch
Close Limits are not present on operators with an ECB. In it's place, the microprocessor has a built-in patented
Advanced Close Time feature. While the door is travelling downwards and once the Advanced Close Limit Switch is
activated, the door will stop after 200 milliseconds. The distance travelled varies according to the speed of the door.
The value is fixed and cannot be re-programmed or adjusted.
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5.3
Limit Switch Adjustment
Table 3 - Limit Switch Adjustment Procedures
Limit Switch
Adjustment Procedures
Open Limit
1. Move the open cam close to the open limit switch and proceed as per described in section
Operator Start-up, Table 4, p.20.
2. Release cam-retaining bracket and make sure that the bracket engages in the slots of
both cams.
Advanced
Close Limit
1. Pull the disconnect chain for manual operation.
2. Manually open the door approx. 6” above the ground.
3. Pull the cam-retaining bracket from the Close side, see Figure 5, and rotate Close cam
manually until it activates the Close limit switch sufficiently so that a “click” can be heard.
4. Release cam-retaining bracket and make sure that the bracket engages in the slots of
both cams.
Limit Switch
Fine
Adjustment
1. Limit switch fine adjustment SHOULD be done after the main power supply is connected
to the operator. Refer to section Operator Start-up, Table 4, p.20.
Note: One (1) notch on cam is equal (=) to about ½” of the door travel.
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6
Electrical Wiring
WARNING
To reduce risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH to persons:
• All electrical wiring should be done by a qualified professional and in accordance to local
electrical codes.
• Always shut OFF the main power before performing any electrical intervention.
• Use proper wire gauge for incoming power line and for accessory connections.
• Install operator main circuit breaker next to operator for easy access for power shut-off.
• Use separate knockouts on operator control box for accessories and main power cables.
• Always separate low and high voltage wires.
• Operator should be properly grounded to the building ground and to the main power
supply ground lug.
• Always use suitable and appropriate rating circuit breakers for operator protection.
• Compare available power supply voltage to voltage on operator name plate prior to
electrical connection. Failure to connect appropriate power supply voltage may cause
serious damage to the operator.
NOTICE
• THE OPERATOR MUST BE ADEQUATELY PROTECTED AGAINST OVERCURRENT AND SHORTCIRCUIT.
• PLEASE REFER TO LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODE.
• PLEASE REFER TO NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NFPA 70) ARTICLE 430 SECTION IV (430,51 /
430,52 / 430,53).
• PLEASE REFER TO CANADIAN ELECTRIC CODE (CSA 22,1) SECTIONS 28-200 / 28-206.
FLA = Full Load Amp
Guideline to determine the branch-circuit rating of the protective device [A]:
Time Delay Fuse: 1,75 x FLA
Non-Time Delay Fuse: 3,0 x FLA
A fuse that does not exceed the next higher standard ampere rating shall be permitted.
Example: If FLA = 5,0A
•
Time Delay Fuse: 1,75 x 5,0A = 8,75A → Standard fuse to use: 10A
•
Non-Time Delay Fuse: 3,0 x 5,0A = 15,0A → Standard fuse to use: 15A
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NOTICE
• The installer MUST test for proper connection and functionality of the operator and its accessories
before leaving the job site.
• The installer should also perform a demonstration for the end-user.
6.1
1.
2.
3.
Low Voltage (Controls) and High Voltage (Power) Connections
Route the power line wires either from
the right or from the left of the control
box, as shown in Figure 6.
Route all low voltage control wires, as
shown in Figure 6. KEEP LOW
VOLTAGE WIRES SEPARATE FROM
LINE VOLTAGE WIRES.
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
Control
Power
Power
Figure 6 - Low Voltage (Controls) and
High Voltage (Power) Connections
Main Power Supply Connection
Power Terminal Block
Ground Lug
LIVE
Single-Phase (115V)
NEUTRAL
6.2
Correct motor rotation: Switch the YELLOW and RED wires
on the capacitor (the ones coming from the motor).
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6.3
Wall-Button Connection
WARNING
• Wall controls must be mounted in clear view of the door, far enough from the door, or positioned such
that the user is prevented from coming in contact with the door while operating the controls and at least
5 feet (1,5 m) above the standing surface.
• Keep low voltage wires separate from line voltage wires.
• Use copper conductors only.
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Figure 7 - STATION 020 / 084
3-PBS Open / Close / Stop
Link (Lier)
Open/Close/Stop
COM
4
8
4
NO 3
2
STOP
(ARRÊT)
Figure 9 - STATION 079
3-PBS Open / Close / Stop with Key Lock-out
24 VAC
OPN
OPEN
(OUVERTURE)
6
CLS
CLOSE
(FERMETURE)
8
COM
9
STOP
KEY
(CLÉ)
LED
1
2
7
24 VAC
Link (Lier)
Open/Close/Stop
4
Link (Lier)
Open/Close/Stop
4
KEY
(CLÉ)
NO 3
STOP
4
9
NO 3
COM
2
8
NC 1
CLS
4
CLOSE
(FERMETURE)
6
STOP
Figure 8 - STATION 041 / 049 / 056 / 076 / 078
3-PBS Open / Close / Stop
NO 3
OPEN
(OUVERTURE)
9
STOP
COM
OPN
CLOSE
(FERMETURE)
NC 1
STOP
(ARRÊT)
7
CLS
CLOSE
NO 3
STP
6
OPEN
4
9
OPEN
(OUVERTURE)
NO 3
CLOSE
(FERMETURE)
OPN
2
6
CLS
7
NC 1
OPEN
(OUVERTURE)
4
OPN
NO 3
7
NO 3
Push-Button Station (PBS) Connection
Figure 11 - STATION 001 / 081
1-PBS Open
OPEN
(OUVERTURE)
4
6
CLS
CLOSE
(FERMETURE)
8
COM
Figure 12 - STATION 010 / 082
2-PBS Open / Close
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Link (Lier)
Open/Close
OPN
NO 3
COM
7
4
8
OPEN
(OUVERTURE)
NO 3
OPN
4
7
NO 3
Figure 10 - STATION 080
3-PBS Open / Close / Stop with Key Lock-out and Light
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6.4
Optional Accessory Connections
NOTICE
• Keep low voltage wires separate from line voltage wires.
• Use copper conductors only.
6.4.1
Electric Photo Cells / Photo Eyes (Non-Monitored)
Through Beam Type
TK-8200
Interface Module
Always set the jumper located
inside the Interface Module on
N.O. (Normally Open)
JMP
NO
SNS
24VAC
COM
5
3
Pwr
6
Pwr
5
Pwr
4
Pwr
3
24VAC
Com
1
2
2
NC
RELAY
OUT
NC
1
TX
NO
POWER BEAM
RX
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
BLACK
BLACK & WHITE
BLACK & WHITE
24VAC
COM
RECEIVER
ALIGNMENT
TRANSMITTER
SNS
1
2
3
5
24VAC
BLACK
Figure 13 - PHOTO 008
Figure 14 - PHOTO 015 / 016 / 045 / 050 / 051 / 059
Reflective Type
3
COM
5
SNS
C1 [1]
NO1 [2]
(NOT USED)
NC1 [3]
3
1
2
5
NC2 [4]
NO2 [5]
1
2
24VAC
24VAC
C2 [6]
P
P
Figure 15 - PHOTO 018
COM
24VAC
24VAC
SNS
BLACK (NO)
ORANGE (COM)
BROWN
BLUE
WHITE (NC)
Figure 16 - PHOTO 038
1
2
24VAC
5
SNS
3
COM
24VAC
Pwr
1
Pwr
2
NC
3
NO
4
COM
5
Figure 17 - PHOTO 060
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6.4.2
Reversing Edge Device (Non-Monitored)
NOTICE
• If the door is controlled by any device other than a constant pressure push-button station on close,
including a timer-to-close, a reversing edge must be connected.
Installation
Pneumatic Sensing Edge
1. Place the air switch in position, refer to Figure 18.
2. Place the air hose in position.
3. Use a coil cord or take-up reel to connect the air
switch to the operator terminals. Install electric
wires according to Figure 19 or Figure 20.
4. Connect one end of the air hose to the air
switch.
5. Place the air plug in the other end of the air
hose.
Electric Sensing Edge
1. Place the junction box in position, refer to Figure 18.
2. Place the sensing edge in position.
3. Use a coil cord or take-up reel to connect the
sensing edge wires to the operator terminals.
Install electric wires according to Figure 21.
4. Connect the sensing edge to the junction box.
5. N/A
3
3
1
5
2
Figure 18 - Reversing Edge
Adjustment screw
(Vis d'ajustement)
3
5
COM
SNS
RED
YELLOW (NO)
COM
WHITE
SNS
GREEN (NO)
Figure 19 - AIRSWITCH 001 / 007
3
5
Figure 20 - AIRSWITCH 009
COM
SNS
3
5
2-Wire Edge
Barre 2-fils
Figure 21 - Electric Reversing Edge
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6.4.3
Pull Cord & Key Switch
3
OR (OU)
4
7
COM
O/C
For OPEN only
N.O.
COM
(Seulement pour OUVERTURE)
Figure 22 - PULLCORD 001 / 003 / 004 / 007
2-Position Key Switch
2-Position Key Switch & Stop Button
Recommendation: Put Control Board on C2 or
E2 Mode (constant-pressure-to-close)
CLS
OPN
NO
COM
6
7
7
Place a jumper between
#8 & #9 on the board
(Installer un cavalier entre
#8 & #9 sur la plaquette)
NO
COM
COM
6
OPN
CLS
NO
COM
8
Figure 23 - KEYSWITCH 010 / 015
8
COM
9
STP
COM
STOP BUTTON
Figure 24 - KEYSWITCH 019
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6.4.4
External Single-Button Radio Control Receiver
POWER
POWER
3 2 1
Manaras
Mount the Radio receiver directly
on the terminal strip provided on
the side of the control box
GND
RADIO POWER
RELAY
24VOLTS
COM CONTACT
X
X
X
CONTACT
24VAC
NO CONTACT
NC CONTACT
Figure 25 - RADIO 014 or RADIO 015
6.4.5
24VAC
24VAC
COM
O/C
1
2
3
4
(NOT USED)
Figure 26 - Other Radio Receivers with 4 or 5-wires
Vehicle Loop Detector
1
2
3
24VAC
4
O/C
BLACK
24VAC
WHITE
COM
YELLOW
OR (OU)
5
BLUE
(NO)
SNS
OR (OU)
12
LOOP
BROWN
LOOP
(BOULCE)
GRAY
Tw ist the tw o (2) leads (w ires)
a minimum of 6 tw ists/foot
Figure 27 - Vehicle Loop Detector
6.4.6
Other Accessories
Additional accessories are available, such as:
•
Plug-In Radio Receiver
•
Universal Auxiliary Output Module
•
External Mid-Stop Switch
•
External Timer Defeat Switch
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7
Operator Start-up
WARNING
To reduce risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH to persons:
• 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.
• Never go under a stopped, partially opened door.
1. Turn power ON.
2. Use on-board, wall-button station (Open/Close/Stop), external entrapment device or jumper wires for testing,
see Table 4.
Table 4 - Start-up and Testing Guide
Test
Open
Close
Sense
Edge
Open &
Close
(singlebutton
radio)
Door Position
Door at 6” from the
closed position
Door at fully open
position
A) Door at fully
closed position
B) Door is closing
(movement)
A) Door at fully
opened position
B) Door at fully
closed position
C) Door is closing
(movement)
Action
1. Press “OPEN”.
2. Check if door is stopped
by Open limit switch.
3. If required, re-adjust
Open limit, as shown in
Figure 5, p.11.
1. Press “CLOSE”.
2. Check if door is stopped
by Close limit switch.
3. If required, re-adjust
Close limit, as shown in
Figure 5, p.11.
Activate external entrapment
device
OR
Momentarily touch #3 & #5
on the main terminal with a
jumper wire.
Activate the single-button
transmitter
OR
Momentarily touch #3 & #4
on the main terminal with a
jumper wire.
Door Response
Door should open instantly.
- C2 mode: (selector switch on
C2=0).
Door should close as long as the
close button is activated.
- B2 mode: (selector switch on
B2=1).
Door should close instantly.
Door should stay at closed
position.
Door should stop and then
reverse to fully opened position.
Door should close.
Door should open.
Door should reverse to fully
opened position.
LED Status
“OPEN
LIMIT” LED
is ON
“CLOSE
LIMIT” LED
is ON
“SENS” LED
is ON as
long as the
contact is
maintained
“O/C” LED is
ON as long
as the
contact is
maintained
(+/- 2 sec)
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8
Clutch Adjustment
NOTICE
• The friction clutch is NOT intended to protect people. It is designed to protect the operator and door
system against potential damage.
• The friction clutch is factory adjusted during final testing. Proper adjustments should be done on site
according to the door characteristics and application.
Best Practices Encouraged by Manaras-Opera
Manaras-Opera recommends the installation of a hard stop at the end of the tracks
(ex. bolt, deformation of tracks, bumper spring, pusher spring, etc). With such installation,
the door is prevented from running out of the tracks. The clutch (torque limiter) will
prevent any damage to occur to the door system.
This operator is supplied with a Door Lock Sensor feature. The door lock sensor feature prevents the door from
getting damaged when the door lock hasn't been removed prior to electronic operation. It eliminates the need of
expensive external interlock wiring.
This feature can only be used on operators equipped with a friction clutch. When the lock stops the door, the clutch
slips and in less than 1 second, the door will reverse a fraction of a second to release the tension on the lock.
- Torque
Jam Nuts
+ Torque
Figure 28 - Clutch Adjustment
To adjust the clutch:
1. Unlock the jam nuts with two (2) 7/8” keys, refer to Figure 28.
2. Rotate the nut counter-clockwise to release the tension.
3. Gradually rotate the nut clockwise until there is just enough tension to permit smooth operation (while still
allowing the clutch to slip if the door is obstructed).
4. Lock the jam nuts.
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9
9.1
Electronic Control Board (ECB) – BOARD 070E
General Layout
JP2
Power
Socket
Indicator LED
D2 / D3
LED
D12 / D13 / D14
Output Module
Socket
Control
Socket
Rotary Selection
Switch
JP4 for
Hoist
Microprocessor (Chip)
2 Amp
Fuse
Radio Receiver
Socket
LED
D1
LED
D5 / D6
LED
D10 / D11
External Accessories
Terminal Strip
LED
D7 / D8 / D9
On-Board
Push-Buttons
Figure 29 - Electronic Control Board – BOARD 070E
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9.2
On-Board LED Monitoring Status
The electronic control board's LEDs help with wiring and troubleshooting diagnostics. Every LED indicates the status
of the door. BOARD 070E has a non-volatile memory and the LEDs return to their initial state after a power
interruption. Refer to Figure 29, p.22 as reference.
Table 5 - LED Monitoring Status
LED
Color
D1
GREEN
D2 / D3
LED
Status
ON
Functions
Indicates presence of 24VDC.
Refer to Table 6, p.24 as reference.
D5
RED
ON
Only when single-button radio transmitter is activated
(stays ON for +/- 1 sec).
D6
RED
ON
When reversing or sensing edge is activated.
D7
RED
ON
When close command is activated.
D8
RED
ON
When open command is activated.
D9
YELLOW
ON
Indicates that the stop button is connected and hoist or disconnect
switch is not engaged.
D10
RED
ON
When inductive loop is activated (when loop is activated, door could be
closed only on constant pressure).
D11
RED
ON
When external timer to close defeat switch is activated (if used).
D12
RED
ON
When open limit switch is activated.
D13
RED
ON
When external mid-stop limit switch is activated (if used).
D14
RED
ON
When close limit switch is activated.
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9.2.1
D2 / D3 LED Monitoring Status Combination Scenarios
Table 6 - D2/D3 LED Monitoring Status - Combination Scenarios
Scenario
D2 LED
GREEN
D3 LED
RED
Functions
1
OFF
OFF
Indicates a failure of the 5VDC.
2
OFF
Flash
3
ON
OFF
4
ON
Flash
5
ON
ON
6
Flash
OFF
7
Flash
Flash
When timer to close is counting before closing the door.
8
Flash
Flash
When door is opening during programming of the run timer
or the mid-stop features. Refer to section 9.3.2, p.26 as
reference.
When door is closing.
When operator is on standby.
Indicates wrong handling feature activation (if open limit
switch is not released within 3.6 sec while door starts to
close from fully open position).
Indicates that JP2 is not properly set.
When door is opening.
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9.3
Electronic Control Board (ECB) Programming
WARNING
To reduce risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH to persons:
• Manaras-Opera strongly recommends the use of external entrapment protection devices, especially in
the case of momentary contact to close (B2 wiring or Timer to Close).
9.3.1
Run Mode Settings
NOTICE
• Always return the door to fully closed position before performing any program settings.
C2 Mode
Selector switch
position on 0
B2 Mode
Selector switch
position on 1
D1 Mode
Selector switch
position on 2
SET SELECT SWITCH ON C2 = 0
Function: Momentary contact to
open and stop, constant-pressure-toclose with 3-button station. Activation
of entrapment protection devices will
reverse the door while closing.
Auxiliary devices function as an Open
control and will reverse the door while
closing.
SET SELECT SWITCH ON B2 = 1
Function: Momentary contact to
Open, Close and Stop with 3-button
station. Activation of entrapment
protection devices will reverse the
door during closing. Auxiliary devices
function as an Open-Close controls
and will reverse the door while
closing.
SET SELECT SWITCH ON D1 = 2
Function: Constant-pressure-toopen and constant-pressure-to-close.
Activation of entrapment protection
devices will stop the door while
closing.
E2 Mode
Selector switch
position on 3
T Mode
Selector switch
position on 4
TS Mode
Selector switch
position on 5
SET SELECT SWITCH ON E2 = 3
Function: Momentary contact to
open and constant pressure to Close.
Release of Close button or activation
of entrapment protection devices will
reverse the door to fully open
position.
SET SELECT SWITCH ON T = 4
Function: Under Mode T=4, if
entrapment protection devices are
activated while door is closing, the
door will reverse and will not close by
Timer to Close (TTC). TTC will also
be disabled if the chain hoist is
engaged or if the stop is activated
before elapsed time. TTC will resume
its normal operation only after the
door is fully closed.
SET SELECT SWITCH ON TS = 5
Function: Under Mode TS=5, if
entrapment protection devices are
activated while door is closing, the
door will reverse and will close by
Timer to Close (TTC). TTC will also
be refreshed if the chain hoist is
engaged, if the stop is activated
before elapsed time or in the case of
a power outage.
T (4) & TS (5) Mode: Only applicable with Timer to Close, refer to Features Programming section, p. 26.
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9.3.2
Features Programming
NOTICE
• Always return the door to fully closed position before performing any program settings.
Maximum Run Timer
Maximum run timer is set to 90 seconds by default. When programmed, this feature calculates the total time required
for the door to travel from the fully closed to the fully opened position and adds 10 seconds to this time. Therefore, if
the door is obstructed while travelling up or down, this feature will stop the operator after the maximum run timer time
has elapsed.
Run Timer Programming
Select Switch
1. Verify if close limit switch is activated and if
close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on D = Run Tm.
3. Press “Open” button and let the door reach
the fully opened position.
Result: 10 sec is added to the total travel
time.
4. Set select switch on run mode
(0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5).
Set Run Timer to Default
1. Verify if close limit switch is activated and if
close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on D = Run Tm.
3. Press “Stop” button.
Result: The max. run timer is set to the
default value of 90 sec.
4. Set select switch on run mode
(0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5).
Timer to Close (TTC)
Timer to Close (T = 4 or TS = 5 Mode), will close the door from the fully opened and mid-stop positions after a
factory preset time (5 sec.). Timer to Close can be programmed in increments of 1 sec. or 15 sec.
TTC Programming
Select Switch
1. Verify if close limit switch is activated and if
close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on B = Tm Cls.
3. Press the “Stop” button to return the time to
0 sec. or to reprogram.
4. Press ”Open” button to add 15 sec.
increments, or press “Close” button to add
1 sec. increments. Max. 4 min.
5. Set select switch on T = 4 or TS = 5.
Refer to Run Mode Settings section, p. 25
for mode descriptions.
TTC Deactivation
1. If the TTC is not required, set select switch
on run mode (0, 1, 2, or 3).
Timer to Close User Suspension Feature
This feature allows the Timer to Close to be enabled/disabled from the floor by using a wall push-button station. This
feature allows the user to keep the door opened for ONE CYCLE only.
TTC Deactivation
While the door is in the closed position, by pressing the
“Stop” button 3 times and the “Close” button 3 times
consecutively on the push-button station, the TTC is
deactivated (TTC is suspended).
TTC Activation
The TTC is re-activated (TTC returns to normal
function) when the door is closed.
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Mid-Stop (MD STP)
Mid-Stop, when activated, will allow the door to stop at a predetermined position when an open signal is given from
the fully closed position. The Radio control or Close push-button will close the door from the mid-stop position. The
door will open fully from mid-stop position if the Open button is activated.
Mid-Stop Activation
Select Switch
1. Verify if close limit switch is activated and if
close LED is ON.
2. Close the door and verify if close limit switch
is activated and if the close LED is ON.
3. Set select switch on C = MdStP.
4. Press ”Open” button. While door is moving
press “Stop” button at desired (mid-stop)
position.
5. Set select switch on run mode
(0, 1, 4, or 5).
Mid-Stop Deactivation
1. Verify if the close limit switch is activated
and if the close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on C = MdStP.
3. Press the “Stop”, “Close” and “Open”
buttons consecutively.
4. Set select switch on run mode
(0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5).
Mid-Stop Timer (MD TM)
This feature allows the Timer to Close to be enabled/disabled at the Mid-Stop position.
MD TM Activation
Select Switch
1. Verify if close limit switch is activated and if
the close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on 6 = Md Tm.
3. Press ”Close” button.
4. Set select switch on run mode (4, or 5).
MD TM Deactivation
1. Verify if the close limit switch is activated
and if the close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on 6 = Md Tm.
3. Press the “Stop” button.
4. Set select switch on run mode
(0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5).
Single-Button Control (SBC)
With this feature, it is possible to use a single-channel transmitter for a Commercial Application, as well as a SingleButton Control (SBC). The SBC provides the user with the possibility to open, stop or close the door by using a
single-button radio transmitter (or a single push-button station).
SBC Activation
1. Verify if close limit switch is activated and if
the close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on 9 = SBC.
3. Press ”Open” button.
4. Set select switch on run mode (1, 4, or 5).
Select Switch
SBC Deactivation
1. Verify if the close limit switch is activated
and if the close LED is ON.
2. Set select switch on 9 = SBC.
3. Press the “Stop” button.
4. Set select switch on run mode
(0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5).
Universal Auxiliary Output Module (8 = WLF)
The universal auxiliary output module is sold separately. The module allows for the connection of external devices
such as: red and green warning lights (custom sequences available, ask Manaras-Opera for details), air curtains,
horns, locks, etc... Call your dealer or Manaras-Opera for further information.
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User Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR
DEATH TO PERSONS:
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. For products having a manual release, if possible, use the manual release only when
the door is closed. Use caution when using this release with the door 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 Manual. An improperly operating or balanced door could cause severe injury or
death. Have trained door systems technician make repairs to cables, spring
assemblies and other hardware.
7. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
IMPORTANT
For more information or for immediate assistance, please contact your local dealer.
NOTICE
• The installer should perform a demonstration of the operator and it's accessories (ex: push-button
station, radio control), external entrapment protection device and manual release for the end-user.
For instructions regarding the Manual Release, refer to the Installation Instructions found in section 4, p.10.
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1
Quick Fix Instructions
Table 7 - Basic Troubleshooting Guide ~ from floor level
Symptom
Possible Cause
 “Stop” button is stuck. (LED D9 is OFF)
Door doesn't respond
to any command
 No power supply. (LED D2 is OFF)
 Photo cells are not properly aligned or are
Door doesn't not
obstructed.
respond to “Close” or
 Loop is obstructed (presence of metal).
radio commands
(LED D10 is ON)
When pressing “Open”  Mechanical door lock is engaged.
button, door opens
 Verify if the rubber seal at the bottom of the
~1-2 ft, then stops and
door is frozen to the ground (winter time).
reverses
Door doesn't respond
to any radio command
➔ Press and release the “Stop”
button on the wall station several
times.
➔ Verify the incoming power line
from the main breaker, making sure it
has not tripped or blown a fuse.
➔ Clear the obstruction or re-align
photo cells.
➔ Clear the obstruction.
➔ Release the door lock.
➔ Clear ice and free the rubber seal
at the bottom of the door.
 No power supply. (transmitter light is OFF)
➔ Replace transmitter's battery.
 Poor radio control range.
➔ Bring the radio transmitter closer
to the operator.
 Photo cells are not properly aligned or are
obstructed.
➔ Clear the obstruction or re-align
photo cells.
 Timer to Close has been suspended
Timer to Close doesn't accidentally for ONE cycle.
close the door
Timer to Close closes
the door after being
suspended
Fix Problem
 Timer to Close has been reactivated
accidentally.
➔ Timer to Close will return to
normal after the door has been fully
closed. Refer to p.26 for further
details.
➔ To suspend the Timer to Close,
close the door completely. Then
press the “Stop” button 3 times and
then press the “Close” button 3 times.
Refer to p.26 for further details.
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Maintenance Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR
DEATH TO PERSONS:
• Inspections, service and repairs should be performed anytime a malfunction is observed
or suspected.
• Only qualified persons should perform maintenance on a door operator and all safety
precautions should be taken into consideration.
• When servicing, always disconnect operator from main power supply.
• KEEP DOORS PROPERLY OPERATED AND BALANCED.
• See Door Manufacturer’s Owner Manual. An improperly operated or balanced door can
cause severe injury or death. Have qualified door system technicians perform repairs to
cables, spring assemblies and other hardware.
1
Preventative Maintenance Schedule
1.1
Mechanical Inspection
The door area should always be kept clear of dirt, rocks or any other substances in order to insure proper operation.
Maintenance of the door operator should be performed according to the schedule in Table 8 and Table 9.
Table 8 - Mechanical Inspection Schedule (Part 1)
Time
Frame
Inspection
• Test the door’s safety features.
Every
Month
• Verify the brake function (if applicable).
• After adjusting either the clutch or the limit's travel, retest the operator’s safety features.
• Verify gear reducer's oil level (if applicable).
Every
3 Months
• Verify and adjust the clutch if necessary.
• Lubricate all moving parts. Bushings are oil impregnated and are lubricated for life.
Every
6 Months
• Verify that all mechanical parts function properly.
• Inspect the V-belt and adjust or replace if necessary.
• Manually operate the door. If the door does not open or close freely, correct the cause of the
malfunction.
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Table 9 - Mechanical Inspection Schedule (Part 2)
Time
Frame
Inspection
• Run the operator a few cycles:
◦ Make sure that the door rollers are rolling smoothly on the track.
◦ Listen to the motor: The motor should hum quietly and smoothly.
Once a
Year
◦ Verify that the limits operate quietly and smoothly: investigate any unusual noise.
• Verify that the mounting bolts are holding the unit securely.
• Inspect the unit for evidence of corrosion.
• Change the gear reducer's oil, at the very least, after every 2500 hours of operation or once a
year (if applicable).
1.2
Electrical Inspection
It is recommended that the electrical maintenance inspections, be performed at the same intervals as the mechanical
maintenance inspections.
Table 10 - Electrical Inspection
Time Frame
Inspection
•
Inspect the unit for evidence of corrosion on electrical wires and connectors.
•
Inspect the wiring compartment and remove any dirt from the control units.
•
Verify all the grounding wires and terminals for corrosion. Be particularly careful to verify the
ground wires.
Verify the terminal strip to insure that all the screws are tightened.
•
Every Month
•
•
•
Verify that the pneumatic edge or other entrapment protection devices installed on the
operator are fully operational.
Verify the voltage at the input terminals while the operator is running. The voltage must not drop
more than 10% momentarily. If the voltage drop is too deep when running, the relays may
chatter and the contact points will wear prematurely and may eventually seize. Verify the power
terminals for corrosion.
Verify the current consumption of the unit with an amp-meter. The value of current should be
consistent with the nameplate specifications. Investigate any anomaly.
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2
Troubleshooting Guide
The electronic control board LEDs help with wiring and troubleshooting diagnostics. Every LED indicates the status of
the door. The electronic control board has a non-volatile memory and the LEDs return to their initial state after a
power interruption.
Easy Fix: Before starting any intervention, verify the LED's monitoring status and refer to Table 5, p.23 for a
proper diagnosis.
Table 11 - Troubleshooting Guide - Part 1
Symptom
Door doesn't respond
to any command
Probable Cause
 “Stop” button is stuck. (LED D9 is OFF)
➔ Press and release any “Stop”
button.
 Control station is not connected or is wired
incorrectly. (LED D9 is OFF)
➔ Verify and correct wiring.
 No power supply. (LED D2 is OFF)
➔ Verify the incoming power line from
the main breaker, making sure it has
not tripped or blown a fuse.
Operator is not
 Selector switch is not set on the desired
operating as expected mode.
Timer to Close doesn't
close the door
Suggested Action
➔ Set switch on desired mode, refer
to p.25 for further details.
 Timer to Close has been suspended
accidentally for ONE cycle.
➔ Timer to Close will return to normal
after the door has been fully closed.
Refer to p.26 for further details.
 No power supply. (Transmitter light is OFF)
➔ Replace the transmitter's battery.
Door doesn't respond to  Transmitter is not properly programmed.
any radio command
 Photo cells are not properly aligned or are
obstructed.
➔ Reprogram transmitter.
➔ Clear the obstruction or re-align
photo cells.
Door doesn't respond
to “Open” command,
but does respond to
“Close” command
 Defective “Open” push-button or “Open” limit
switch.
➔ Replace push-button or limit
switch.
 Loose wire on “Open” push-button or
“Open” limit switch.
➔ Verify and correct wiring.
Door doesn't respond
to “Close” command,
but does respond to
“Open” command
 Defective “Close” push-button or “Close” limit
switch.
➔ Replace push-button or limit
switch.
 Loose wire on “Close” push-button or “Close”
limit switch.
➔ Verify and correct wiring.
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Table 12 - Troubleshooting Guide - Part 2
Symptom
“Stop” button doesn’t
stop the door
Door reverses to fully
open position after the
door closes and
reaches the floor
Probable Cause
 Two 3-push button stations (or more) are
connected in parallel.
➔ Verify and correct wiring (Stop
buttons in series, only Open & Close
in parallel).
 The “Close” limit switch is not being
engaged by travelling cam.
➔ The “Close” limit switch needs to
be adjusted properly at the end of
travel.
 An “Open” command is being given.
➔ Verify “Open” push-button or any
opening device for short-circuit.
 Mechanical door lock is engaged.
➔ Release the door lock.
Door doesn't open or  Door is jammed.
close, motor hums or  Brake doesn't release, if applicable.
blows the main breaker  Loose wire on solenoid brake, if applicable.
Motor hums when
“Open” or “Close”
buttons are pressed
Motor fails to shut off
at fully closed or fully
opened positions
Motor turns but door
does not move
Limit switches do not
hold their settings
Suggested Action
➔ Verify manual operation of door.
➔ Verify and adjust brake tension.
➔ Verify and correct wiring.
 Faulty solenoid brake, if applicable.
➔ Replace.
 Loose motor wires.
➔ Verify and correct wiring.
 Defective capacitor.
➔ Replace.
 Defective limit switch.
➔ Operate limit switch manually while
door is moving. If door does not stop,
replace the switch.
 Limit cams are not adjusted.
➔ Verify and adjust.
 Limit drive chain is broken.
➔ Replace.
 Loose sprocket on limit shaft.
➔ Tighten set screw.
 Limit shaft does not rotate.
➔ Verify and replace accordingly.
 Sprocket key is missing.
➔ Replace.
 Drive chain is broken.
➔ Replace.
 Clutch is slipping.
➔ Adjust clutch to proper tension.
 Loose drive or limit chain.
➔ Adjust chain to proper tension.
 Limit cam retaining bracket is not engaging
in the slots of the limit cams.
➔ Be sure it is engaged in slots of
both cams.
 Limit cams are binding on shaft threads.
➔ Lubricate shaft threads. Limit cams
should turn freely.
 Limit shaft has a slight “play”.
➔ Verify and adjust.
 Transmitter battery is low.
➔ Verify and replace battery.
 Radio antenna is not properly positioned.
➔ Make sure antenna cable is not
bent. Cable should be passed through
control box.
 Ambient radio, environmental or building
structure interference.
➔ Check connection of plug-in
antenna. If required, add an external
antenna (socket on receiver available).
Poor radio range
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3
3.1
Electrical Drawings
1 Phase Operator with BOARD 070E
Figure 30 - MECB11-070-MLT-W
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3.2
External Wiring with BOARD 070E
Figure 31 - External Wiring
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4
Mechanical Exploded Views and Replacement Components
4.1
MLT
Figure 32 - MLT Mechanical Exploded View
Table 13 - MLT Replacement Components
No Qty
Description
Manaras-Opera
Part #
No Qty
Description
Manaras-Opera
Part #
1
2
5/8-24 HEX JAM NUT ZP
NUT015
7
1
MOTOR 1/2HP 115V/1PH 60HZ OPD 48Y
MOTOR189
2
1
CL.PAD 5/8x4x0.125"
CLUTCHPAD005
8
1
MOTOR PULLEY 1 1/2 X 1/2 4L
PULLEY011
3
1
CLUTCH SPRING 5/8
SPRING009
9
1
PULLEY 7" x 5/8" 5L/B
PULLEY020
4
1
CLUTCHPLATE 5/8
CLUTCHPLATE004
10
2
TYPE A PLAIN WASHER 5/8 N ZP
WASHER014
5
1
MDJ, MGT, MSJ, MTH, MTBH DRIVE
SHAFT048
11
1
V BELT A24
VBELTA24
6
1
MLT INPUT SHAFT 5/8-24X11-1/4
SHAFT086
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4.2
MLT Control Box with BOARD 070E
Figure 33 - MLT Control Box with BOARD 070E
Table 14 - Control Box Replacement Components (CBOX024)
No Qty
Description
Manaras-Opera
Part #
1
1
70 MF 250VAC/B50/60HZ
CAPACITOR024
2
1
L. DUTY CONTROL BOX
CBOX024
3
2
LIMIT CAM
CAM005
4
1
MLH LIMI DUTY SHAFT 5/8-18
SHAFT072
5
1
RADIO CONTROL TERM STRIP
TSTRIP005
6
2
SINGLE LIMIT SWITCH - LEVER 46 DEG
LIMIT023
7
2
SPST-NO 30A 24VDC FLANGE MOUNT.
RELAY068
8
1
STD ELECT. CONTR. BOARD
BOARD070E
9
1
TERMINAL STRIP 2 POSITIONS
TSTRIP009
10
1
TRANSFO 120V TO 24V
TRANSF143
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Notes
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Warranty
Manaras-Opera warrants its operators to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal and proper
use for a period of two years from date of invoice, unless otherwise stated. Mechanical, electrical and electronic
accessories are warranted for one year from date of invoice, unless otherwise stated. Wearing parts such as clutch
pads, v-belts, and brake bands are excluded from warranty.
Manaras-Opera’s only obligation shall be to repair or replace defective equipment which does not conform to
warranty. Manaras-Opera shall not be liable for any injury, loss or damage, direct or consequential, arising out of
inability to use the equipment. Before using, Buyer and/or the ultimate User shall determine the suitability of
product for its intended use, and User assumes all risks and liability in connection therewith. The foregoing may
be changed except by an Agreement signed by an authorized representative of Manaras-Opera.
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The articles that are replaced pursuant to the terms of this warranty shall be retained by Manaras-Opera, and the
User is responsible for any freight costs relating to repair or replacement.
The foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties of quality, whether written, oral or implied
(including any other warranty of merchantability or fitness for purpose).
The following are exclusions from warranty:
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If usage, product modification, adaptation or installation are not in accordance with our installation and
operating instructions.
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If the product has been opened, dismantled or returned with clear evidence of abuse or other damage.
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If our written specifications are not properly applied by the Buyer when selecting the equipment.
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If our written instructions for installation and wiring of the electrical connections have not been followed.
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If our equipment has been used to perform functions other than the functions it was designed to handle.
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If Manaras-Opera equipment is used with electrical accessories (switches, relays, etc.) that have not been
previously approved in writing by the Manaras-Opera Engineering Department.
•
If electrical accessories and other components have been used in disregard of the basic wiring diagram for
which they were designed.
All costs related to installation and reinstallation of the Manaras-Opera equipment covered by this warranty are not
the responsibility of Manaras-Opera. Manaras-Opera will not be responsible for any consequential damages following
installation procedures performed by the Buyer or the User. If the Buyer resells any Manaras-Opera products to
another Buyer or User, it shall include all of the terms and provisions of this warranty in such resale. Manaras-Opera’s
responsibility to any such Third Party shall be no greater than Manaras-Opera’s responsibility under the warranty to
the original Buyer.
Returns
No returns will be accepted without prior written authorization by Manaras-Opera. All returns must be accompanied by
a Return Authorization Number issued by Manaras-Opera, and all unauthorized returns will be refused. The return
shipment is to be freight prepaid by the Buyer, and under no circumstances shall the Buyer deduct the value of the
returned merchandise from any remittance due. A restocking fee of 15% of the Manaras-Opera sale price will be
charged for all returns not covered under warranty.
For technical support, please call 1-800-361-2260 or visit www.manaras.com for more information
Reg. T.M. of 9141-0720 Québec Inc.
BOOK1106 REV 2 - 2012/08/31