RUNner
RUNner+
EN Installation and Operating Instructions
NOTE!
The programming of power values
has been changed. The new procedure
is described in the “Programming
run” section in the “Commissioning”
chapter!
Serial number
S10320-00001-402016-0-DRE-Rev.C_EN
1 - 32
Additional
Tableconnection
of contents
options
General Information ...................................................... 3
Maintenance and care ................................................. 28
Symbols ........................................................................................... 3
Safety instructions .......................................................................... 28
Safety instructions ............................................................................ 3
Regular testing ............................................................................... 28
Intended use .................................................................................... 4
Troubleshooting .......................................................... 29
Permitted gate wing dimensions ...................................................... 4
Description of the flash sequences of the LEDs ............................ 29
Technical data .................................................................................. 4
Disassembly and disposal.......................................... 30
Dimensions ...................................................................................... 4
Disassembly ................................................................................... 30
Installation preparations ............................................... 6
Disposal ......................................................................................... 30
Safety instructions ............................................................................ 6
Tools required................................................................................... 6
Settings ........................................................................ 30
Personal protective equipment......................................................... 6
Connection diagram .................................................... 31
Scope of supply................................................................................ 6
Tips for installation ........................................................................... 7
General preparations ....................................................................... 7
Installation...................................................................... 8
Safety instructions ............................................................................ 8
Foundation ....................................................................................... 8
Installation on ground ....................................................................... 8
Installing the racks ........................................................................... 9
Adjusting the backlash ................................................................... 10
Connection ....................................................................11
Safety instructions .......................................................................... 12
Installation location......................................................................... 12
Mains connection ........................................................................... 13
Connecting safety devices ............................................................. 13
Connecting button .......................................................................... 15
Optional connections...................................................................... 16
Radio-based safety contact strip .................................................... 16
Battery pack ................................................................................... 16
External antenna ............................................................................ 17
Initial operation ............................................................ 18
Safety instructions .......................................................................... 18
Connecting the power supply ......................................................... 18
Installing limit switches ................................................................... 19
Resetting the control unit ............................................................... 20
Teach-in run ................................................................................... 21
Safety instructions .......................................................................... 21
Radio receiver ................................................................................ 21
Explanation of radio channels ........................................................ 21
Pulse sequence of gate movements .............................................. 22
Deleting the radio receiver memory ............................................... 22
Deleting a channel from the radio receiver .................................... 22
Programming the handheld remote control .................................... 22
Deleting the handheld transmitter from the radio receiver ............. 22
Teach-in by radio (HFL).................................................................. 23
Concluding commissioning ............................................................ 23
Operation...................................................................... 24
Safety instructions .......................................................................... 24
Opening the gate............................................................................ 24
Closing the gate ............................................................................. 24
Partial opening ............................................................................... 24
Automatic closing function ............................................................. 25
Pre-warning time ............................................................................ 25
Dead man button mode.................................................................. 25
Obstruction detection ..................................................................... 26
Power-saving mode ....................................................................... 26
Overload protection ........................................................................ 26
Operation after a power failure....................................................... 27
Emergency release ........................................................................ 27
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General Information
Symbols
Operation
•
The drive must be operated only if a non-hazardous force tolerance
is set or safety is guaranteed by other safety equipment. The force
tolerance must be set low enough to eliminate any danger of injury
by the closing force (see “Maintenance and care”).
•
RUNner:
No active safety contact strip on the main closing edge necessary.
Passive rubber profile edge sufficient.
•
RUNner+:
A active safety contact strip must be attached as a closing edge safety
device.
•
Never reach into an operating gate or moving parts.
•
Do not drive through the gate until it is fully open.
General
•
There is danger due to the crushing and shearing points presented
by the mechanism and the closing edges of the gate.
•
These installation and operating instructions must be read, understood
and complied with by persons who install, use or perform maintenance
on the drive.
•
For automatic closing the main and auxiliary closing edges must be
secured in accordance with the applicable directives and standards.
•
Keep this installation and operating manual accessible at all times.
•
Open and close the gate only if there are no children, persons, animals
or objects within its area of movement.
•
Installation, connection and initial commissioning of the drive may only
be carried out by technically knowledgeable persons.
•
Regularly check the safety and protection functions and repair faults
when they are detected. See “Care and maintenance”.
•
All electrical leads must be laid immovably and secured against
displacement.
Radio remote control
•
Install the drive on correctly aligned gates only. An improperly aligned
gate can cause serious injuries or damage the drive.
•
The manufacturer assumes no liability for injuries, damage or breakdowns that occur due to non-compliance with the installation and
operating instructions.
CAUTION SYMBOL:
Important safety instructions!
To ensure the safety of personnel it is important to follow all
the instructions. Save these instructions!
NOTE SYMBOL:
Information, useful advice!
Refers to a respective picture in the introduction or main text.
Safety instructions
•
The remote control must only be used for devices and systems in which
radio interference will not endanger people, animals or objects or the
risk is reduced by other safety devices.
•
The user must be informed that the remote control of equipment that
presents a risk of accident may take place, if at all, only when there
is direct visual contact with the equipment.
•
Always ensure compliance with accident prevention regulations and
current standards in each respective country.
•
•
Take heed of and comply with the “ASR A1.7 Technical Regulations
for Workplaces” of the committee for workplaces (ASTA).
(Applies to operators in Germany)
The radio remote control may only be used if the door’s movement can
be watched and no persons or objects are within the range
of movement.
•
Store the handheld transmitter so that unintended operation,
e.g., by children or animals, is impossible.
•
The operator of the radio system is not protected from faults due to
other telecommunications equipment or devices (e.g. radio-controlled
systems that are licensed to operate in the same frequency range).
If substantial interference occurs, please contact your appropriate
telecommunications office which has radio interference measuring
equipment (radiolocation)!
•
Do not operate the handheld transmitter in areas with sensitive radio
communications or systems (e.g. airports, hospitals).
•
•
Before any work on the drive disconnect it from the power supply and
lock it to prevent reconnection. This also includes disconnection of
a battery, if present.
Only use OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) spare parts,
accessories and mounting material.
Storage
•
The drive must be stored in an enclosed, dry area at a room
temperature of –20 – +50 °C.
•
The drive should be stored horizontally.
Type plate
•
3
The type plate is attached to the inside of the base frame/housing.
The type plate shows the exact type drawing and the date
of manufacture (month/year) of the drive.
General Information
Intended use
•
Permitted gate wing dimensions
The drive is designed exclusively for opening and closing sliding gates
(see EN 12433-1), referred to below as gates. Any other use does
not constitute intended use. The manufacturer accepts no liability
resulting from use other than intended use. The user bears the sole
responsibility for any risk involved. It also voids the warranty.
•
Gates automated with a drive must comply with all currently valid
standards and directives: e.g. EN 12604, EN 12605.
Weight:
max. 600 kg
max. 800 Kg
Gate inclination:
0%
0%
•
Maintain the safety clearances between the gate and surroundings
as specified in EN 12604.
•
Use the drive only in technically flawless condition, in compliance with
its intended use, conscious of safety and hazards subject to compliance
with the installation and operating instructions.
•
The gate must not have any rise or fall during opening or closing.
•
Position the running rail to allow water to drain to prevent ice
accumulation in winter.
•
The gate must move freely in the guide and on the running rail to allow
the drive to react sensitively and the gate to be switched
off in emergency.
RUNner
RUNner+
min. path:
min. 1400 mm
min. 1400 mm
Max. travel path:
max. 8000 mm
max. 12.000 mm
•
RUNner:
No active safety contact strip on the main closing edge necessary.
Passive rubber profile edge sufficient.
•
RUNner+:
A active safety contact strip must be attached as a closing edge
safety device.
Technical data
RUNner
RUNner+
Rated voltage
220 - 240 V/AC
220–240 V/AC
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
•
The gate must have end stops in open and closed position, otherwise it
may be pushed out of the guide in the event of an emergency release.
•
Malfunctions which could affect safety must be corrected immediately.
IP code
IP 54
IP 54
•
The gate must be stable and torsionally stiff, i.e. it must not bend
or twist when being opened or closed.
max. torque
20 Nm
28 Nm
Rated torque
6 Nm
8,4 Nm
•
The drive cannot compensate for any defects in the gate or incorrect
installation of the gate.
Rated current consumption
0.54 A
0.55 A
•
Do not install the drive in potentially explosive areas.
Rated wattage
125 W
125 W
•
Do not operate the drive in rooms with corrosive atmospheres.
Max. speed
210 mm/s
190 mm/s
Power consumption, standby
0,5 W
0,5 W
Weight
~ 10 kg
~ 10 kg
Operating time
S3 40 %
S3 40 %
Properties of the pinion
Module 4/19 teeth
Workplace-related emission
value
< 75 dBA – drive only
Operating temperature range
For the Declaration of Conformity
for the radio see:
www.sommer.eu/mrl
–30 –
+50 °C
–30 –
Dimensions
All dimensions are in millimetres. The drive is locked
,5
140
277
,5
314
84
128
91
49
45
304
4
169
+50 °C
General Information
Declaration of Installation
for the installation of an incomplete machine in accordance
with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Appendix II, Section 1 B
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21 - 27
73230 Kirchheim/Teck
Germany
hereby declares that the operator
RUNner/RUNner+
was designed, developed and manufactured in compliance with
•
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
•
Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU
•
Directive on Electromagnetic Compatibility 2014/30/EU
•
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
The following norms were used:
•
EN ISO 13849-1, PL “C” Cat. 2
Safety of machines – Safety-related parts of controls
– Part 1: General design guidelines
•
EN 60335-1/2, where applicable
Safety of electrical appliances/operators for gates
•
EN 61000-6-3
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – interference
•
EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – interference resistance
•
EN 60335-2-103
General safety requirements for household and similar electrical appliances
– Part 2: Special requirements for operators for gates, doors and windows
The following requirements of Annex 1 of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC are met:
1.1.2, 1.1.3, 1.1.5, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3, 1.2.4, 1.2.6, 1.3.2, 1.3.4, 1.3.7, 1.5.1, 1.5.4, 1.5.6, 1.5.14, 1.6.1, 1.6.2, 1.6.3,
1.7.1, 1.7.3, 1.7.4
The special technical documentation was prepared in accordance with Annex VII Part B and will be submitted to
regulators electronically on request.
The incomplete machine is intended for installation in a gate system only to form a complete machine as defined by
the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. The gate system may only be put into operation after it has been established
that the complete system complies with the regulations of the above EC Directive.
The undersigned is responsible for compilation of the technical documents.
i.V.
Jochen Lude
Responsible for documents
Kirchheim, 20-04-2016
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Installation preparations
Safety instructions
Scope of supply
CAUTION!
Follow all installation directions. Improper installation
can lead to serious injuries.
•
The mains voltage must correspond with the voltage listed on the drive
type plate.
•
The contacts of all devices to be connected externally must be safely
isolated from the mains voltage supply in accordance with the standard
IEC 60364-4-41.
•
Comply with the standard IEC 60364-4-41 when laying the leads of the
external devices.
The drive may be installed, connected and commissioned by competent
personnel only.
•
Do not move the gate, if there are any people, animals or objects
in the area of movement.
•
Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the gate.
•
Wear safety glasses when drilling the fastening holes.
•
Cover the drive during drilling to prevent dirt from entering
the drive unit.
Check the package before installation to avoid unnecessary work and
expense if a part is missing.
•
The actual scope of supply may vary depending on the drive version.
7
1
6
2
4x
D
•
•
Be
4x
die
nu
ng
sa
nle
itu
ng
1
3
CAUTION!
The foundation must be solid and stable. Only install the drive
on a correctly aligned gate. An incorrectly aligned gate could
cause serious injury.
•
Remove any gate locks or render them inoperative.
•
Use only approved fasteners (e.g. anchor fittings, bolts).
The fasteners must match the material of the ground.
•
Check the gate for smooth operation.
10 mm
13 mm
Complete set
10 mm
13 mm
Personal protective equipment
•
Safety glasses (for drilling).
•
Work gloves.
24x
4
Tools required
10 mm
8 mm
2x
5
Package (l x w x h)
1035 × 350 × 270 mm
Weight
14 kg
1.
1 pc
RUNner sliding gate drive complete with control unit and
radio receiver
2
1 pc
Installation and Operating Instructions
3.
1 pc
4-command handheld transmitter
4
1 pc
Installation bag (fasteners)
Screw x 24 pcs
24 pcs Washer
5.
1 pc
Installation bag
Auxiliary mounting plate x 4 pcs
Key x 2 pcs
6
4 pcs
1 m rack
7.
2 items
limit switch
Single drive
6
Package (l x w x h)
400 × 355 × 225 mm
Weight
10 kg
1.
1 pc
RUNner sliding gate drive complete with control unit and
radio receiver
2
1 item
Installation and operating instructions
5.
1 pc
Installation bag
Auxiliary mounting plate x 4 pcs
Key x 2 pcs
7.
2 items
limit switch
Installation preparations
1
8
2
2 x 0,75 mm
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P C
M
0 2
1
RA
TO
SO
MM
RIE
NT
BE
ER
2
2
4 x 0,75 mm
3
2 x 0,75 mm2
7
2
2 x 0,75 mm
6
5
O
AC 230 V
3 x 1,5 mm2
3
9
4 x 0,75 mm2
4
Tips for installation
General preparations
•
A safety device must always be connected as an NC contact.
This ensures that safety is always guaranteed in the event
of tripping or a fault.
•
Remove or disable all locking devices (electric lock, bars, etc.) before
installing the drive.
•
•
Determine the position of the accessories before installation together
with the operator.
The gate must not show excessive lateral deviation throughout its
range of movement.
•
The system wheels and bottom track and the roller and top guide must
operate without excessive friction.
•
Install empty ducts under the gate for the cables of the mains supply
line and the accessories (light barrier, warning light, key switch, etc.).
1.
Warning light DC 24 V, 25 W, max 0.8 A
2.
Key switch (1 or 2 contact)
3.
Light barrier (prescribed for automatic closing, see EN 12543)
4.
Console
5.
Main switch (lockable)
6.
Rod antenna (including 10 m cable)
7.
Safety contact strip (8.2 kohm, Fraba system)
8.
Telecody unit
9.
Car/wall holder for handheld transmitter
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Installation
Safety instructions
Installation on ground
•
The control unit must be connected to the power supply by an
electrician only.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
- After unpacking, check the scope of supply!
•
Ensure that the drive is securely fastened to the ground and the racks
on the gate to withstand the high forces generated when opening and
closing the gate.
- Dispose of the packing in accordance with your national
regulations!
•
If a button is used for opening or closing, it must be installed at a height
of at least 1.6 m to prevent operation by children.
•
The rack must not press on the pinion during operation, otherwise
the drive will be damaged.
•
Follow the standards for installation, e.g.: EN 12604, EN 12605.
40
19
68
The foundation must extend below the frost line (approx. 800 mm in
Germany).
•
The foundation must be cured and horizontal.
•
Foundation dimensions as shown.
8
59
59
1. Unscrew the hood fastening screw and remove the hood
2. Align the drive with the foundation in accordance with the illustration
15
4. Make the drill holes (without the drive)
40 105
75 44 59
3. Mark the holes
5. Place the drive on the foundation
6. Place the auxiliary mounting plates (30 x 20 x 1.5 mm) under the drive
so that the drive unit is standing securely and does not wobble
205
45
265
 The auxiliary mounting plates act as spacers between the drive and
the foundation and will later facilitate adjustment of the optimum
tooth backlash
296
7. Screw the drive to the foundation
. 31
0
min
. 40
0
 Initially the auxiliary mounting plates remain between the drive and
the foundation and will not be removed until later
Releasing the drive
59
min
ca. 800
min. 245
min. 245
•
For free-standing gates install the drive centrally between the roller
blocks.
59
•
112
Foundation
2
1
min. 400
3
1. Open dust cap
2. Unlock lock
3. Flip the locking lever downwards
 The drive is released. The gate can now be moved by hand only
8
Installation
Installing the racks
CAUTION!
Steel racks must have a minimum width of 12 mm.
Narrower steel racks may damage the drive
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
The complete set includes 4 toothed racks of 1 m each.
If you require more racks, ask your authorized dealer.
2
•
The toothed rack must not exert any pressure on the pinion in any
position of the gate, otherwise the gearing will get damaged.
•
Always start installation of the racks on the pass side of the gate.
•
The holes must always be marked near the pinion.
4. Push the gate in “closed” direction until the next drilling point is
positioned in accordance with the illustration and mark the holes again.
5. Repeat until all drill positions are marked.
6. Fasten rack.
1
1. Before marking the first hole open the gate completely by hand.
2. Position the rack on the pinion and align it horizontally with a spirit level.
3. Mark the first hole, drill it and fasten.
9
Installation
Installing additional racks
Adjusting the backlash
TIP!
Mark the two outer drill holes first of all, then drill them and
screw on provisionally. Then mark the remaining drill holes.
Then remove the rack and drill the remaining holes.
Then the rack can be finally bolted in position.
IMPORTANT!
Adjusting the tooth play compensates for minor
unevenness and protects the gears.
IMPORTANT!
The weight of the gate must never rest on the motor shaft
or pinion!
1,5mm
1
2
3
•
1. Position second rack (2) flush with the first rack (1) and hold another
rack (3) against them from below so the teeth of the additional rack (3)
mesh with the teeth of the two top racks (1 and 2). This will ensure that
the second rack (2) is accurately fitted
2. Mark and drill the holes for the second rack
3. Attach the rack
4. If more racks are to be installed, repeat steps 1 to 3
5. Remove the auxiliary mounting plates
10
The play between pinion and racks must be approx. 1.5 mm
Connection
1
3
2
4
5
Light
Relay
Status
Safety
E
EC
20
1
Lim
Lim
3
4
5
7
8
%
50
OG
6
%
75
RT
25
%
0
10
0%
19
2
6
7
PR
A
ST
ON
%
MA
it
8
0
X
9
X
MA
it
18
17
10
16
15
11
12
30
28
26 29
24
7
22 25 2
0
2
23
18
21
16
19
14 17
12
5
10 13 1
8
11
9
7
TR
L1
L
N
N
14
13
1. Torminal connection
13. Secondary transformer
2. Slot for 4-channel radio receiver
14. Mains connection
3. LEDs
15. Motor connection
4. Software update interface
16. Lifting magnet (green)
5. DIP switches
17. Emergency release switch (red)
6. Prog. Button
18. Limit switch left (orange)
7. Start button
19. Limit switch right (blue)
8. Weight setting
20. Terminal for wireless safety contact strip
9. Automatic close setting
10. SOM bus
11. Battery connection
12. Connecting strip for accessories
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Connection
Safety instructions
Drive right, calculation of gate length
•
The control unit must be connected to the power supply by an
electrician only.
•
Ensure that the drive is securely fastened to the ground and the racks
on the gate to withstand the high forces generated when opening and
closing the gate.
•
If a button is used for opening or closing, it must be installed within
sight of the gate and at a height of at least 1.6 m to prevent operation
by children.
•
The rack must not press on the pinion during operation, otherwise
the drive will be damaged. See section “Adjusting the tooth backlash”.
•
Follow the standards for installation, e.g.: EN 12604, EN 12605.
X
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Actuation of the DIP switches with a narrow, flat plastic
object.
Do not use a metal object under any circumstances, because
it could damage the DIP switches.
E
EC
ON
Installation location
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NOTE!
Delivery condition is drive left, i.e. the gate opens to the left.
•
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
If a moving block with an internal rack is used, the DIP switch
positions are reversed see the section “Adjustment of the
limit switches” and section “Moving block with internal rack”.
X
E
EC
ON
1
•
2
3
4
5
6
7
DIP 7 “ON”
 Gate opens to the right
A
59
304
8
DIP 7 “OFF”
 Gate opens to the left
12
304
59
A
Connection
Mains connection
Connecting safety devices
WARNING:
Risk of electric shock when working on live parts!
Always disconnect the complete system from the power
supply before starting any electrical work.
Do not fail to disconnect the battery’s plug.
CAUTION!
The system must be disconnected from the power supply
before any work on the gate or drive.
Do not fail to disconnect the battery’s plug.
CAUTION!
The emergency stop button must used for the specified
purpose only.
CAUTION:
The power cord supplied is for commissioning only and must
be removed after completion of the commissioning and then
has to be replaced by a permanently installed mains power
connection.
Emergency stop button (normally closed contact)
The mains power lead must be routed complete with
insulation material into the control unit housing.
16 18
8 10 12 14
NOTE!
The terminal area on the control unit board must be covered
with the plastic housing included with the system.
•
Permissible cable length 30 m max.
•
Permissible cable cross-sections: 2.5 mm² max.
7
10
9
12
11
1
13
15
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
23 25 27 29
21
19
17
15
7 9 11 13
7
N
Terminals:
L1
L
N
15 normally closed contact
17 normally closed contact
1
10
1
9
TR
L1
Safety contact strips
4
N
8
7
10
9
12
11
14
13
16
15
18
17
20
19
22
21
24
23
26
25
28
27
30
29
8.2 KΩ (OPEN)
TR
N
3
2
1
TR
17
TR
N
8
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
L1 L N N
8
20 22 24
16 18
8 10 12 14
5
1.
L1
Primary transformer line AC 220 V–
230 V
2
L (black)
Mains supply line AC 220 V–230 V
3
N (blue)
Mains power connection
(neutral conductor)
4
N
Primary transformer line
(neutral conductor)
5
PE (green/
yellow)
The PE is run from the control
unit housing and connected to the
earth clamp under the control unit
housing.
20 22 24
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
25 27 29
17 19 21 23
15
13
11
7 9
L1 L N N
TR
Terminals:
19 GND
21 Signal
8.2 KΩ (CLOSED)
16 18
8 10 12 14
CAUTION!
Buttons and other command controls must be installed and
actuated only within view of the gate.
Violation of this requirement may result in serious injury
to third parties.
20 22 24
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
29
8 10 12 14
21 23 25 27
19
17
15
7 9 11 13
Note!
All safety and accessory components must be connected
before operating the gate for the first time, because the
control unit automatically detects and saves the connected
peripherals. If additional peripherals are connected, the
control unit must be reset. Then the peripherals can be
connected. When it is switched on for the first time after
that, the controller detects the new accessories and it can
be operated again.
L1 L N N
Terminals:
25 GND
27 Signal
13
TR
Connection
4-wire light barrier
Optoelectronic safety contact strip (OPEN)
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22 24
CAUTION!
If an external device that is used only during movement
operation is powered from the +20 V output (e.g. card reader),
power-saving mode must be disabled!
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
27 29
8 10 12 14
19 21 23 25
17
15
13
7 9 11
L1 L N N
16 18
8 10 12 14
26 28 30
TR
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
Terminals:
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
23 25 27 29
21
19
17
15
7 9 11 13
19 GND
21 signal
23 +12 V
Terminals:
Optoelectronic safety contact strip (CLOSED)
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22 24
N
TR
8 +20 V; max. 400 mA
10 0 V
12 NC
14 COM
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
Warning light
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
29
8 10 12 14
21 23 25 27
19
17
15
7 9 11 13
L1 L N N
20 22 24
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22 24
26 28 30
TR
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
Terminals:
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
23 25 27 29
21
19
17
15
7 9 11 13
25 GND
27 Signal
29 +12 V
L1 L N N
2-wire photo eye (bus system)
TR
Terminals:
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22
7 24 V (unregulated), max. 25 W
9 GND
30
24 26 28
NOTE!
The control unit automatically generates the flashing
warning light!
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
27 29
8 10 12 14
19 21 23 25
17
15
13
7 9 11
L1 L N N
TR
Terminals:
12 NC
14 COM
Note!
The polarity plays no role for connection!
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Connection
Connecting button
Terminals:
11 GND
13 Partial opening (make contact)
NOTE!
Connect button only!
Do not use locking switches, because continuous signals
cannot be processed.
Stop button
Note!
NOTE!
All button inputs are potential-free!
Remove jumper.
Pulse button
16 18
8 10 12 14
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22 24
26 28 30
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
25 27 29
17 19 21 23
15
13
11
7 9
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
27 29
8 10 12 14
19 21 23 25
17
15
13
7 9 11
L1 L N N
20 22 24
L1 L N N
TR
Terminals:
TR
20 GND
30 STOP input (normally closed contact)
Terminals:
22 GND
26 signal (normally open contact)
Open-Stop-Close button
CAUTION!
Which button has which function must be clearly labelled!
Defines OPEN/CLOSED
CAUTION!
Which button has which function must be clearly labelled!
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22 24
16 18
8 10 12 14
26 28 30
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
23 25 27 29
21
19
17
15
7 9 11 13
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
25 27 29
23
21
19
15 17
7 9 11 13
L1 L N N
20 22 24
L1 L N N
TR
Terminals:
TR
20 GND
24 OPEN input (normally open contact)
28 CLOSED input (normally open contact)
30 STOP input (normally closed contact)
Terminals:
22 GND
24 OPEN input (normally open contact)
28 CLOSED input (normally open contact)
Potential-free relay contact
Partial opening/timer input
16 18
8 10 12 14
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Either a switch for the partial opening or a timer can be
connected! A timer can be set up only using TorMinal.
See the separate TorMinal instructions.
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
27 29
8 10 12 14
19 21 23 25
17
15
13
7 9 11
L1 L N N
20 22 24
26 28 30
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
When the timer is connected, the partial opening can be used
by radio again.
16 18
8 10 12 14
20 22 24
26 28 30
TR
Terminals:
16 ; 18 max. 24 V DC or AC; max. 1 A
NOTE!
The functionality can be adjusted by means of TorMinal.
See TorMinal instructions
e.g.: Gate status indication, triggering of the external light etc.
27 29
21 23 25
15 17 19
7 9 11 13
30
24 26 28
16 18 20 22
8 10 12 14
25 27 29
17 19 21 23
15
13
11
7 9
L1 L N N
TR
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Connection
Optional connections
Battery pack
CAUTION!
The system must be disconnected from the power supply
before any work on the gate or drive.
Do not fail to disconnect the battery’s plug.
CAUTION!
Installation and inspection of the battery pack may only
be performed by a qualified electrician.
CAUTION!
The system must be disconnected from the power supply
before working on the drive.
Also unplug the battery pack.
Radio-based safety contact strip
Connect radio receiver to board
CAUTION!
Only a genuine battery pack from the company SOMMER
Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH may be used!
CAUTION!
The system must be disconnected from the power supply
before plugging in the radio receiver.
Do not fail to disconnect the battery’s plug.
PR
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AR
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%
50
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25
Lim
0
10
1. Disconnect the system from the power supply
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%
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NOTE!
The general requirements for working with batteries
(see instructions for battery pack) must be observed!
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1. Connect the receiver pcb in accordance with the diagram on the control
unit.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
The maximum runtime for a gate movement when using
a radio-based safety contact strip is reduced to 80 seconds
for safety reasons.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
For information on connection, settings etc., see the separate
instructions for the radio-based safety contact strip.
2. Position the battery pack in accordance with the illustration
1
ry
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Ba
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pa
3. Plug connector cable into the battery pack (1)
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Connection
External antenna
•
If reception is inadequate with the radio receiver internal antenna,
an external antenna can be connected.
•
The antenna cable may not exert any mechanical force on the radio
receiver; provide for stress relief.
•
Define the installation location together with the operator.
2
30
28
26
9
24
72
22
52
20
32
2
8
1
6 1 19 2
1
4
5
4. Remove control unit cover and plug the other end of the connector
cable into the control unit (2)
5. Replace the cover
O
6. Connect main power
3
Test run
4
1. Run a complete cycle with mains power (gate OPEN and gate CLOSE)
2. Start a new cycle and disconnect the mains power during the cycle
 Battery pack was detected and activated
Pos 1
Pos 2
Pos 1
Pos 2
Pos 1
Pos 2
3. Restore the mains power supply
1. Pull jumper from pins
2. Connect jumper in “Pos 1”
3. Connect external antenna jumper at “Pos 2”
NOTE!
Follow instructions for external antenna.
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Initial operation
Safety instructions
Locking weight potentiometer
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
(1) After adjusting the gate weight, DIP switch 3 must be set
to ON immediately.
This prevents the weight adjustment and other parameters
important for safe operation of the system from being
accidentally changed.
NOTE!
After installation of the drive the person responsible for
installation of the drive must issue an EC Declaration of
Conformity for the door system in accordance with Machinery
Directive 2006/42/EC and attach the CE symbol and a type
plate. This is also required for private installations and
also if the drive is retrofitted to a manually operated gate.
This documentation and the Installation and Operating
Instructions are retained by the operator.
E
EC
NOTE!
The commissioning sequence described below is important.
Upon being switched all safety and accessory elements
connected to the control unit are automatically detected
by the control unit and are checked for correct functioning.
If additional peripherals are connected at a later date, the
control unit must be reset before the drive can be operated
again.
ON
1
Light
Relay
Status
Safety
ON
1
2
3
%
25
5
6
7
8
%
75
0%
10
0
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Gate weight
4
%
50
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5
8
Connect the power supply of your drive.
CAUTION!
The gate weight must be precisely adjusted.
If the setting is not correct, the operating forces will be too
high and the power shut-off will be too late.
Severe injuries may result.
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4
7
Connecting the power supply
Adjusting the gate weight
OG
PR
2
3
6
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Setting
600 kg
100 %
450 kg
75 %
300 kg
50 %
150 kg
25 %
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Initial operation
Installing limit switches
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Fine adjustment
CAUTION!
The limit switches contain strong magnets!
Strong magnetic fields may interfere with some medical
devices such as pacemakers!
Do not place magnets close to such devices!
In case of doubt, consult the manufacturer of the device.
Set left end position
it
Lim
1. Loosen screw
it
Lim
2. Adjust switching magnet
3. Tighten screw
Install limit switch and adjust end positions
with a rectangular rack cover
1
NOTE!
The rack cover cannot be obtained as an accessory
from SOMMER!
NOTE!
If a rectangular cover is attached above the rack, the limit
switches must be attached to this cover.
3
2
1. Make sure that the drive is unlocked
2. Move gate to limit position (1)
3. Slide the limit switch magnet (2) to sensor (3) until the latter switches
(LED ◄ on the control unit lights up)
4. Screw tight the limit switch magnet 2
Setting the limit switch gate right
2
1
it
Lim
it
1. Remove the screw of the top part (1) of the magnet holder
Lim
2. Pull top section off to the side
3. Drill a hole in the bottom part (2) of the magnet holder for screw
connection to the rack cover and debur the hole properly
1
3
2
3
1. Slide the gate to the right-hand limit position (1)
2. Slide the limit switch magnet (2) to sensor (3) until the latter switches
(LED ◄ on the control unit lights up)
2
4. Screw the bottom part (2) of the magnet holder to the rack cover (3)
in the desired position
3. Screw tight the limit switch magnet 2
5. Slide the top part (1) of the magnet holder onto the bottom
part (2), make a fine adjustment (see important information
on “Fine adjustment”) and fasten it again with the screw
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Initial operation
Adjust the limit switch, if you are using
a moving block with an internal rack
Locking drive
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Not available from SOMMER as an accessory!
1.
NOTE!
Because another pinion acts to transfer the movement of
the motor to the rack when a block is used, the direction
of motion of the gate is reversed. This means that the limit
switches on the board must be reversed.
2.
3.
Optional: Operation of a moving block with
internal rack:
1. Flip the locking lever upwards
CAUTION!
DIP switch position of DIP switch 7 is reversed here!
(see “Installation location”)
After installation immediately test all safety devices (e.g.
photo eye in CLOSED direction and safety contact strips in
both directions) to ensure that they are operating correctly!
2. Close the lock
3. Close the dust cap
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Move gate back and forth by hand so the pinion meshes with
the rack more easily and the motor can lock.
 Drive is locked and the gate can only be moved with the motor.
Resetting the control unit
 Power must be connected
Light
Relay
Status
Safety
E
EC
PR
T
AR
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ON
1
Lim
6
7
8
%
75
0
10
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5
%
0%
Lim
4
%
50
OG
25
2
3
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1. Press and hold down the “Start” and “Prog” buttons at the same time.
 The “Light” LED starts flashing.
2. Release the buttons when the “Light” LED lights continuously.
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1
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ON
Light
Relay
Status
Safety
Lim
PR
1
3
50
OG
T
AR
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2
25
4
75
 Reset successfully completed.
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8
7
6
%
%
%
10
0%
0%
0
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it
Lim
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Lim
2
5
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
A reset can take place only if the drive is locked!
L
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8
7
10
9
12
11
14
13
16
15
18
17
20
19
22
21
24
23
26
25
28
27
30
29
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1. Open control unit housing
2. Pull off the two blue and orange limit switch wires
3. Connect the limit switch wire with the orange plug to the blue socket (1)
4. Connect the limit switch wire with the blue plug to the orange socket (2)
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Initial operation
Teach-in run
Test run:
1. Close the gate.
NOTE!
Once programming has been started, it cannot be interrupted
and restarted at a later time. If programming is interrupted,
it must be restarted from the beginning.
2. Press button (1) once.
Gate opens to gate OPEN limit position.
3. Press button (1) once.
The door closes up to the limit position door CLOSED.
The “Light” LED flashes continuously during programming
runs (as a rule 3 complete runs from one limit position to
the other). The “Light” LED remains steady if the gate remains
stationary between cycles.
4. If one of the set gate limit positions is not reached (gate OPEN
or CLOSED), check whether the correct gate weight is set at the
potentiometer.
 Correct if necessary.
Light
Relay
Status
Safety
EC
ON
1
OG
2
3
50
PR
4
%
5
7
6
E
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%
75
%
25
10
0%
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1
2
Safety instructions
3
•
The local safety regulations for the system must be complied with
to ensure safe operation! Information is available from electrical utility
companies, VDE (Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information
Technologies) and professional associations.
•
The operator is not protected against interference caused by other
telecommunications equipment or devices (e.g. wireless systems which
are being operated properly in the same frequency range).
•
Replace the handheld transmitter unit’s batteries if you experience
reception problems.
8
T
AR
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Light
Light
Rela
Status
Safety
On completion of programming the LED switches off.
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50
%
T
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2
5%
1. Move gate manually to centre position.
2. Briefly press the start button on the control unit or the control device.
Radio receiver
 Move in initial position in automatic mode at reduced speed to the
“Gate OPEN” limit position.
CAUTION!
The radio receiver must be connected or disconnected from
the control unit only if the control unit is disconnected from
the power supply. If the drive is operated by battery, it must
also be disconnected from the control unit.
3. Briefly press the start button again on the control unit or the control
device.
 First programming run for path measurement in automatic mode
at reduced speed to the “Gate CLOSED” limit position.
4. Briefly press the start button again on the control unit or the control
device.
1
 Second programming run for force measurement in automatic
mode at standard speed including soft running ramps to the “Gate
OPEN” limit position.
2.4
5. Briefly press the start button again on the control unit or the control
device.
2.2
 Third programming run for force measurement in automatic mode
at standard speed including soft running ramps to the “Gate OPEN”
limit position.
▫
2.3
2.1
When the “Light” LED goes out,
 programming is complete
▫
If the “Light” LED remains on,
 repeat the procedure until the LED is out
1. Learn button
NOTE!
If a programming run is interrupted by an obstacle (operator
stops and reverses), the programming procedure must
be continued in deadman operation.
This means that the start button on the control unit must
be pressed and held down until the (above described)
programming runs are completed. Do not press and release
the start button as in automatic mode!
2.1 LED channel 1
2.2 LED channel 2
2.3 LED channel 3
2.4 LED channel 4
Explanation of radio channels
Checking the force tolerance
CAUTION!
Rubber safety strips must be used on the main and auxiliary
closing edges. No sliding gate without safety strips may
be used!
 Our program contains various safety strips, both active (triggers an
immediate stop of the gate at contact) and passive (takes up part
of the inertial mass of the moving gate). Such strips can be ordered
from a SOMMER authorized dealer.
See also the section “Maintenance and care/Regular testing” on the subject
of safety edges.
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Channel 1
Pulse mode
Channel 2
Partial opening
Channel 3
Defined OPEN
Channel 4
Defined CLOSE or pot.-free relay
(must be activated by Torminal)
Initial operation
Pulse sequence of gate
movements
Programming the handheld remote
control
Radio channel 1: OPEN - STOP - CLOSE - STOP - OPEN - STOP CLOSE ...
CAUTION!
The radio remote control may only be used if the door’s
movement can be watched and no persons or objects are
within the range of movement.
Radio channel 2: Partial opening
Radio channel 3: OPEN - STOP - OPEN - STOP - OPEN ...
NOTE!
Delete the memory of the radio receiver before the first teachin of handheld transmitters.
Status
Safety
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Delete the memory of the radio receiver before the first teachin of handheld transmitters.
Deleting the radio receiver memory
PR
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1. Press and hold the learn button (1).
 After 5 seconds one of the LEDs flashes – after another
10 seconds another LED lights
ON
Light
Relay
Radio channel 4: CLOSE - STOP - CLOSE - STOP - CLOSE ...
1
Lim
4
5
6
7
8
%
75
%
0
10
0%
 After a total of 25 seconds all LEDs light
3
%
50
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25
2
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2. Release the learn button (1)
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 The deletion procedure is ended
1. Press the learn button.
Deleting a channel from the radio
receiver
1. Press and hold the learn button (1).
▫
1x for channel 1; the LED (2.1) lights up.
▫
2x for channel 2; the LED (2.2) lights up.
▫
3x for channel 3; the LED (2.3) lights up.
▫
4x for channel 4; the LED (2.4) lights up.
▫
1x for channel 1; the LED (2.1) lights up.
▫
2x for channel 2; the LED (2.2) lights up.
▫
3x for channel 3; the LED (2.3) lights up.
▫
4x for channel 4; the LED (2.4) lights up.
 If no code is sent within 10 seconds, the radio receiver switches
to Normal mode.
2. Press the desired hand-held transmitter button until the LED (2.1/2.2/
2.3/2.4) goes out, depending which channel has been selected.
 The LED flashes after 5 seconds
 LED goes out - programming is finished.
 The LED lights after another 10 seconds
 The handheld transmitter has transferred the radio code to the
radio transmitter.
2. Release the teach-in button (1).
3. Repeat the above steps to program by teach-in any additional handheld
transmitters. A maximum of 112 storage locations for each radio
receiver are available.
 The deletion procedure is ended.
Cancelling the programming mode:
Press the learn button (1) until all LEDs are out or make no input for
10 seconds.
Deleting the handheld transmitter
from the radio receiver
If a handheld transmitter is to be deleted from the radio receiver, every
button and every short cut of the handheld transmitter must be deleted
for security reasons!
1. Press the teach-in button (1) and keep it pressed for 5 seconds.
 One of the LEDs flashes.
2. Release the teach-in button (1).
 The radio receiver is in Deletion mode.
3. Press the transmitter button whose code should be deleted in the radio
receiver.
 The LED goes out. The deletion procedure is ended.
4. Repeat the procedure for all buttons and shortcuts.
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Initial operation
Teach-in by radio (HFL)
Concluding commissioning
Prerequisites for teach-in by radio
At least one handheld transmitter has been programmed by teach-in via the
radio receiver (see Teach-in of handheld receivers).
2
1
Restrictions:
The following is not possible by radio:
•
The targeted teach-in of a selected handheld transmitter button
on a radio channel
•
Deletion of a handheld transmitter, radio channel or of the entire radio
receiver (memory)
•
Changing the programming of a handheld transmitter programmed
by teach-in by radio (e.g. teach-in of another button)
1. Remove the power supply cord provided and replace it with
a permanently installed power supply cable
Maximum lead length 30 m
Max. lead cross section 2.5 mm²
Importation information:
•
Each handheld transmitter that has already been programmed
by teach-in can put the radio receiver into teach-in mode by radio.
•
Radio receivers that are within the range of the handheld transmitter
are put into teach-in mode simultaneously.
•
The key assignment of handheld transmitter (A) that put the radio
receiver into teach-in mode by radio is used for the new handheld
transmitter (B) that is to be programmed by teach-in. Example: Button 1
on channel 1 and button 2 on channel 2 has been programmed
by teach-in by handheld transmitter (A).
CAUTION!
The power supply cord must be routed complete with
its sheathing into the enclosure!
2. Attach the hood
3. Fasten the hood with the screw
 The new handheld transmitter (B) that has been programmed
by teach-in has acquired the key assignment of handheld
transmitter (A):
Button 1 on channel 1 and button 2 on channel 2.
Procedure
1
A
2
3
B
1. Press buttons 1 + 2 of a handheld transmitter programmed by teach-in
(A) for 5 seconds until LED channel 1 lights up on the radio receiver.
 If no code is transmitted within another 10 seconds, the radio
receiver switches over to normal mode.
 To interrupt teach-in mode: Press button (1), LED channel 1
goes out.
2. Release buttons 1 + 2 of the handheld transmitter (A).
3. Press any key, e.g. (3) on the new handheld transmitter button (B)
to be programmed by teach-in.
4. LED channel 1 on the radio receiver flashes initially and then goes out
 Handheld transmitter (B) has been programmed by teach-in.
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Operation
Safety instructions
Partial opening
•
This function partially opens the gate.
The radio remote control may only be used if the door’s movement
can be watched and no persons or objects are within the range
of movement.
•
Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the gate.
•
Never reach into a moving gate or moving parts.
•
Dot not drive through the gate until it has been fully opened.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
A new partial opening function can only be programmed with
automatic closing deactivated.
NOTE!
A partial opening of approx. 20 % of the total length of the
gate is factory-set. If this is to be retained, it is only necessary
to programme channel 2 or to connect the button accordingly.
1. Entrapment and/or cutting hazard from the mechanism or closing
edges of the gate.
 The safety instructions in this manual and the applicable standards
and directives for securing closing edges must be observed
at all times.
Example:
open the gate for persons to pass through. Partial opening can be used
with a second button or by radio (hand-held transmitter, Telecody, etc.).
Partial opening by radio
Opening the gate
1. Close the gate completely up to the gate CLOSED limit position
2. Select radio channel 2 and programme partial opening with the desired
hand-held transmitter button
ATTENTION!
Buttons and other command controls must be installed and
actuated within view of the gate only.
Contraventions can result in serious injury to third parties.
 See section “Explanation of the radio channels”
3. Open the gate to the desired partial opening width by pressing the
handheld transmitter button programmed by teach-in on channel 2
(partial opening button)
1x
4. Press the partial opening button again when the desired partial opening
position has been reached
 Gate stops
 The partial opening function has been programmed
1. Press the pulse transmitter or handheld transmitter button once.
▫
Initial position gate CLOSED.
▫
If the button is pressed during the gate OPEN movement,
the gate stops.
▫
It closes when pressed again.
Partial opening by pulse button
1. Wire button as described in “Connection”
2. Close the gate completely up to the gate CLOSED limit position
3. Press button to open gate to the desired partial opening position
4. Press button again when the desired partial opening position is reached
Closing the gate
 Gate stops
1. Press the button or hand-held transmitter button once.
▫
Initial position gate OPEN.
▫
If the button is pressed during the gate CLOSE movement,
the gate stops.
▫
It opens when pressed again.
 The “partial opening” function has been set successfully
Deleting partial opening
This function opens and closes the gate with separate handheld transmitter
buttons.
Press and hold PROG + the transmitter button that controls
the partial opening for a few seconds
▫
Close gate to the gate CLOSED end position
▫
Press and hold PROG + partial opening button for a few seconds
 The “Light” LED lights up when partial opening has been
successfully deleted
Defined opening:
Teach in the desired handheld transmitter button on radio channel 3
(see section “Explanation of the radio channels”)
Defined closing:
•
Close gate to the gate CLOSED end position
▫
or
Defined opening and closing
•
▫
Teach in the desired handheld transmitter button on radio channel 4
(see section “Explanation of the radio channels”)
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Operation
Automatic closing function
2
0
10
0%
CAUTION!
Risk of injury during automatic closing.
Automatically closing gates can injure people who are in the
movement area of the gate when the gate is closing.
Always install a photo eye before activating the function!
This is a legal requirement.
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Turn potentiometer clockwise to the desired OHZ
CAUTION!
The control unit does not respond to continuous signals in
the gate OPEN direction. A time clock must be connected
via the light barrier.
STOP command during automatic closing
A STOP command triggered by a STOP button (see section “Connection”)
always interrupts the movement of the drive, regardless of what type
of automatic closing has been selected.
NOTE!
Operation with automatic closing must comply with EN 12453.
Light barrier event during automatic closing
NOTE!
There are two types of automatic closing.
Both allow the open holding time to be set from
0–255 seconds.
DIP switch 6
ON
gate closes 5 seconds after triggering photo eye
OFF
the OHT restarts after triggering photo eye
1. Semi-automatic closing (potentiometer left)
2. Fully automatic closing (potentiometer right)
Pre-warning time
3. Deactivate automatic closing (potentiometer in centre
position)
Before the drive starts, a connected warning light flashes for 5 seconds
after the button or the handheld transmitter is pressed (factory presetting).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
The progress of the open holding time is indicated
by the flashing status LED. (2 x ... 2 x...)
The pre-warning time is cancelled, if a command transmitter is actuated
again within this time.
▫
NOTE!
Automatic closing is deactivated when dead man button
operation (DIP 1 ON) is activated
Wire the warning light in accordance with the section “Connection”
DIP switch 8
ON: activates the pre-warning time
Semi-automatic closing
OFF: deactivates the pre-warning time
▫
All commands from command transmitters are accepted
▫
When the gate OPEN limit position or the programmed partial
opening position is reached, the open holding time starts
(referred to as OHT below)
▫
The gate closes on expiration of the OHT
In dead man button mode, gate movements are only possible by way
of a continuous signal from the buttons.
▫
If a pulse command is received (e.g. START button or radio
channel 1), the OHT is reduced
Dead man button mode is not possible by radio.
▫
The OHT is reduced if a partial opening command is received
▫
The OHT does not expire at an intermediate stop
AR
ST
%
25
0%
Dead man button mode
CAUTION!
Force cut-off does not take place in dead man button mode.
Danger of serious injury!
Always ensure that there are no persons, animals or object
in the area of movement of the gate.
0%
10
0
CAUTION!
Buttons and other command controls must be installed and
actuated only within view of the gate.
Violation of this requirement may result in serious injury
to third parties.
X
MA
X
MA
Turn potentiometer anticlockwise to the desired OHT
DIP switch 1
ON: activates dead man button mode
Fully automatic closing function
▫
All commands are ignored during opening
▫
When the gate OPEN limit position or the set partial open position
is reached, the OHT is started
▫
If a pulse command is received (e.g. START button or radio
channel 1), the OHT is restarted
▫
If an new partial opening command is received at the “partial
opening” drive setting, the OHT is restarted
 Buttons must be pressed and held until the gate OPEN
or CLOSE movement is completed.
OFF: deactivates dead man button mode
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Operation
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
If safety equipment fails, this will also set the control unit
to dead man button mode. However, this only affects the
endangering movement due to the safety device defect
Behaviour:
DIP 2 ON: Full reversing
DIP 2 OFF: Partial reversing
Force cut-off of operator
Example: If a safety contact strip fails in gate-closed direction, closing of
the gate is still possible in dead man button mode until it has been repaired.
CAUTION!
There is no force cut-off in dead man button mode.
This operating mode is activated by default during
the programming phase.
It is also activated if DIP switch 1 is set to ON.
There is a risk of serious injury for anyone in the range
of movement of the gate in this operating mode!
Obstruction detection
CAUTION!
Buttons and other command controls must be installed and
actuated only within view of the gate.
Violation of this requirement may result in serious injury
to third parties.
▫
 See section Commissioning on this subject
CAUTION!
The reversing length must be set as short as possible to
prevent an additional danger source being caused at an
auxiliary closing edge on gates with trellis bars.
The reversing times can be changed with the TorMinal.
Power-saving mode
To save energy, the drive control unit switches to power-saving mode after
the specified period. Connected accessories (e.g. photo eye, safety contact
strip, external radio receiver etc.) are deactivated and then reactivated
at the next command (button, radio etc.).
NOTE!
Reversing: The drive stops when it meets an obstruction
and then moves in the opposite direction to release the
obstruction.
NOTE!
The factory-set period before the control unit switches
to power-saving mode is 6.5 minutes.
The period can be changed with a Torminal.
(see Torminal instructions)
Partial reversing: The drive reverses by a predefined
distance to release the encountered obstruction.
Full reversing: The drive reverses completely back
to the limit position.
Important information when using an external
radio receiver:
The following safety devices are installed to detect obstacles:
▫
Photo eye (object protection)
▫
Safety contact strips (personal protection)
▫
Force cut-off of drive (personal protection)
Because external radio receivers are deactivated in power-saving mode,
they cannot receive commands from the hand-held remote control when
the control unit has switched to power-saving mode.
If an external radio receiver is used, power-saving mode must be
deactivated with DIP switch 5.
Obstacle detection by photo eye
Deactivating power-saving mode:
CAUTION!
A photo eye must be used for object protection only.
A photo eye must not be used for personal protection!
▫
DIP 5 OFF: power-saving activated (factory setting)
DIP 5 ON: Power-saving mode deactivated
Wire the light barrier in accordance with the section “Connection”
Important information when using a battery
pack:
Behaviour in gate CLOSE:
DIP 4 ON: Full reversing
▫
DIP 4 OFF: Partial reversing
NOTE!
A photo eye has no effect in the gate OPEN direction!
If there is a power failure while a battery pack is connected,
the control unit automatically switches to power-saving mode
after 5 seconds to extend the battery life. This function cannot
be deactivated
Overload protection
NOTE!
If the photo eye is interrupted, the gate runs on for
a short distance!
If the operator is overloaded during opening or closing, the control unit
detects it and stops the drive.
A control unit reset then puts the drive back in standby mode
(See section “Commissioning”).
Obstacle detection by safety contact strips:
▫
The sensitivity of the force cut-off depends on the correct weight
setting of the gate or the weight potentiometer.
Connect safety contact strips as described in “Connection”
CAUTION!
Make absolutely sure that the safety contact strips are
connected for the correct direction (OPEN/CLOSE).
A safety contact strip connected for gate CLOSE will
not respond in the gate OPEN direction and vice versa.
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Operation
Operation after a power failure
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Move gate back and forth by hand so the pinion meshes
with the rack more easily and the motor can lock.
The programmed force values are stored in the event of a power failure.
The first movement of the drive after a power failure is always door OPEN.
 Drive is locked and the gate can only be moved with the motor.
If there is a power failure during opening, the operator stops. After power
has been restored, the operator can be restarted with a control device.
The operator moves in automatic mode at reduced speed to the “Gate
OPEN” limit position.
Emergency release
ATTENTION
During an emergency release the gate may start moving
autonomously, if it is not aligned so that it is perfectly
horizontal.
Risk of injury!
NOTE!
It can be released in any gate position.
If the operator is not locked at a limit position and restarted
by a control device after an emergency release, it moves
in automatic mode at reduced speed to the “Gate OPEN”
limit position.
If this movement is interrupted by an obstacle, the operator
stops and reverses. It can be restarted with a control device.
The next movement is in automatic mode the “Gate CLOSED”
limit position.
Releasing the drive
2.
1.
3.
1. Open dust cap
2. Unlock lock
3. Flip the locking lever downwards
 The drive is released. The gate can now be moved by hand only
Locking drive
1.
2.
3.
1. Flip the locking lever upwards
2. Close the lock
3. Close the dust cap
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Maintenance
Troubleshooting
and care
Safety instructions
Regular testing
DANGER!
Never use a water hose or high-pressure cleaner to spray
down the operator or the control unit housing.
•
Before any work on the gate or drive disconnect it from the power
supply and lock it to prevent reconnection.
•
Do not use acids or alkalis for cleaning.
•
Wipe the operator clean with a dry cloth as required.
•
Never reach into a moving gate or moving parts.
•
Crush and shear hazards at the closing edges and the mechanical
systems of the gate.
•
Check that all fastening screws and bolts of the operator are tight and
retighten them where necessary.
•
Check the gate in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Check that the safety devices function correctly regularly no less than
every 6 months. See EN 12453:2000.
•
Check that pressure-sensitive safety devices (e.g. safety contact strip)
are operating correctly every 4 weeks (see EN 60335-2-95:11-2005).
Testing
Behaviour
yes or
no
Possible cause
Force cut-off
Does drive reverse when
it contacts the object?
Yes
• The power deactivation
is functioning.
No
• Force tolerance too high.
• Reduce the force tolerance with TorMinal
until the test is successful. First open and
close the gate completely twice under
supervision. See TorMinal owner’s manual.
• Gate incorrectly adjusted
• Adjust the gate, call a technician!
Yes
• Everything is OK!
No
• Emergency release
defective.
• Repair emergency release.
• Gate jams.
• Check the gate, see maintenance
instructions for the gate.
Stop gate during
closing with an object
50 mm x 50 mm.
Emergency release
Proceed as described in
the “Emergency release”
section.
Safety contact strip,
if present
Open and close the gate
and actuate the strip at
the same time.
Photo relay, if present
Open and close the door
while interrupting the photo
eye.
The gate must be easily
opened and closed by hand.
(Gate is balanced)
Behaviour of the gate
as set via DIP switch 2.
Safety LED lights
continuously.
Behaviour of the gate
as set via DIP switch 4.
Safety LED lights
continuously.
Remedy
Yes
• Everything is OK!
No
• Cable breakage,
terminal loose.
• Check the wiring; retighten the terminals.
• Strip defective.
• Decommission the gate and lock it to
prevent reactivation. Call customer service!
Yes
• Everything is OK!
No
• Cable breakage,
terminal loose.
• Check the wiring; retighten the terminals.
• Light barrier dirty.
• Clean the light barrier.
• Light barrier incorrectly
adjusted (holder bent)
• Adjust light barriers.
• Photo relay fault.
• Decommission the gate and lock it to
prevent reactivation. Call customer service!
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Troubleshooting
Malfunction
Possible cause
Corrective action
Drive does not close the gate.
• Light barrier power supply interrupted.
Check connection
Replace fuse.
• Drive has been disconnected from mains
power supply.
• The drive always opens the gate completely
upon first command after the power supply
has been restored.
• The drive was in an intermediate position
when it was disconnected from the mains
supply or emergency released and as
a consequence has switched over to dead
man button operation.
• Move gate to a limit position in dead man
button mode and lock it in this position.
• Safety input triggered (e.g. light barrier
defective), safety LED flashing (see table)
• Remove object from light barrier.
Operator opens the gate and then does not
respond to a command from the remote control.
• Repair photo eyes.
• Control unit not properly plugged in.
Speed varies during opening and closing.
• Drive starts and slows down before reaching
the limit position.
Completely normal, drive starts at maximum
speed. The drive reduces speed before reaching
the other limit position (soft running).
Gate cannot be operated unless the user presses
and holds the buttons, e.g. key switches.
• Dead man button mode switched on.
Deactivate dead man button mode, see section
“Select DIP switch settings” or “Remedy defective
safety periphery”.
All LEDs flashing.
• All memory locations occupied, max. 112.
• Delete any transmitters that are no longer
needed.
One of the LEDs on the receiver is on
continuously.
• The radio signal is being received; the
button of a handheld remote control may
be defective or an external signal present.
• Remove the battery from the handheld
transmitter.
• The radio receiver is in the teach-in mode and
awaiting a radio code from a handheld remote
control.
Press the desired handheld transmitter button.
Only radio receiver!
• Install additional radio receivers.
One of the LEDs on the receiver is on.
• Wait until the external signal falls off.
Light
Relay
Status
Safety
Description of the flash sequences of the LEDs
1
2
3
50
PR
4
%
OG
Flash sequences of the safety LED
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
Meaning
Continuously on
Emergency release is actuated, EMERGENCY STOP or stop button
is pressed.
2x
Safety contact strip is bent or power has been deactivated
3x
Photo eye is interrupted.
4x
Runtime is >90 seconds, path is too short or too long.
5x
System error: control unit has a defect or is overloaded.
1x
Battery charge is no longer sufficient.
Continuously on
System OK.
4x
Power-saving mode is activated.
2x
Open time of auto closing is expiring.
1x
Operator is in power-saving mode.
Flash sequences of the status LED
..........
...3 sec...
... 3 sec...
...3sec...
Meaning
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Disassembly and disposal
Disassembly
IMPORTANT!
Observe the safety notices!
The sequence is identical to that described in the “Installation” section,
but in reverse order. Ignore the setting instructions.
Disposal
Observe applicable national regulations!
Warranty and customer service
The warranty complies with statutory requirements. The contact person for
warranties is the specialist retailer. The warranty is only valid in the country
in which the drive was purchased.
Batteries, fuses and bulbs are excluded from the warranty.
If you require after-sales service, spare parts or accessories, please contact
your specialist retailer.
We have tried to make the Installation and Operating Instructions as easy
as possible to follow. If you have any suggestions as to how we could
improve them or if you think more information is needed, please send
your suggestions to us:
Fax:
+49 (0) 7021/8001-401
Email:
doku@sommer.eu
Settings
Switch
1.
ON
Deadman operation activated
2
3
OFF (delivery status)
Deadman button mode deactivated
Reaction to SKL input/force cut-off
Full reversing
Partial reversing
Weight potentiometer blocked
Weight potentiometer unblocked
4
Reaction to light barrier when closing
Full reversing
5
Partial reversing
Power-saving mode
Power-saving mode deactivated
Power-saving mode activated
6
Gate closes 5 seconds after triggering light
barrier
Triggering light barrier resets the open holding
time
7
Gate right stop
Gate left stop
8
Early warning time activated
Early warning time deactivated
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Connection
Troubleshooting
diagram
STOP button
Gate CLOSE button
Photo eye
2-wire
Floating relay contact/max. 24V DC/AC; 1 A
Pulse button
8 10 12 14 16 18
STOP
CLOSE
PULSE
GND
OPEN
Gate OPEN
button
GND
COM
NC
0V
+ 20 V; 400 mA
Photo eye 4-wire
20 22 24 26 28 30
Power
supply
4-wire
SKL "CLOSE" +12 V
SKL "CLOSE" Signal
SKL "CLOSE" GND
SKL "OPEN" Signal
SKL "OPEN" +12 V
19 21 23 25 27 29
SKL "OPEN" GND
Signal
Signal
GND
PARTIAL OPENING
7 9 11 13 15 17
Option:
8.2 KΩ safety edge 8.2 KΩ
Warning light
DC 24 V
Partial opening
button / timer
8,2 KΩ
Strip 3
Strip 1
Strip 2
8,2 KΩ
Strip 3
Emergency STOP
pushbutton
Strip 2
Strip 1
If several 8.2 KΩ edges are wired in
series, only one resistor can still be
used
+12 V
signal
Brown
White
GND
FR 1
Brown
GND
White
Green
Green
Brown
+12V
FR 1
Green
+12V
If several 8.2 KΩ edges are wired in
series, only one resistor can still be
used
+12 V
signal
Brown
GND
White
GND
White
Green
Option:
8.2 KΩ safety edge 8.2 KΩ
Option: Optoelectronic SKL
Option: Optoelectronic SKL
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