Operating Instructions - Designed Security, Inc.

Operating Instructions
DS Series Motorized Gate
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Contents
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2
General....................................................................................7
1.1
Information regarding the operating instructions ...........7
1.2
Pictogram explanation ...................................................8
1.3
Limitation of liability........................................................9
1.4
Copyright protection.......................................................9
1.5
Scope of delivery .........................................................10
1.6
Warranty ......................................................................10
1.7
Customer service..........................................................11
1.8
Environmental protection..............................................11
Safety ....................................................................................12
2.1
Intended use ................................................................12
2.2
Operator's Responsibility .............................................13
2.3
Changes and modifications .........................................13
2.4
Specialists and operating personnel............................14
2.4.1
3
2.5
Personal protective equipment ....................................15
2.6
Occupational safety and special dangers....................15
5
2.6.1
Danger pictograms on
the motorized gates .....................................15
2.6.2
Hazard notes and occupational safety .........16
Technical data ......................................................................19
3.1
4
Requirements ...............................................14
Dimensions ..................................................................19
3.1.1
Motorized gate in bracket version ......................19
3.1.2
Motorized gate in wing version...........................20
3.2
Electrical connection....................................................20
3.3
3.4
Operating conditions....................................................21
Weight..........................................................................21
3.5
Performance data ........................................................21
Design and function.............................................................22
4.1
Design..........................................................................22
4.2
Definition left and right motorized gate.........................23
4.3
Function .......................................................................23
Assembly and installation...................................................24
5.1
Safety...........................................................................24
5.2
Requirements for assembly .........................................26
5.3
Foundation and empty conduits...................................26
5.3.1
Foundation plan............................................27
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5.4
6
7
8
9
10
Mounting the motorized gate................................... 28
5.4.1
Mounting the gate
on the foundation ......................................... 29
5.4.2
Disassemble gate ........................................ 30
Electrical connection .......................................................... 33
6.1
Safety .......................................................................... 33
6.2
Connecting the power supply...................................... 35
6.3
Connect control lines to MBC-111 .............................. 35
6.3.1
Digital inputs ................................................ 36
6.3.2
Relay outputs............................................... 37
Assemble MPS column....................................................... 38
7.1
Mounting the locking element ..................................... 38
7.2
Adjusting the mechanical end stops ........................... 39
Commissioning ................................................................... 40
8.1
Safety .......................................................................... 40
8.2
Initial commissioning ................................................... 41
8.3
CAN bus addressing and termination ......................... 42
8.4
Setting the home position and
hold-open time via button............................................ 43
8.4.1
Setting the home position ............................ 43
8.4.2
Set hold-open time....................................... 44
Function description........................................................... 45
9.1
Power-off state ............................................................ 45
9.2
Start-up routine ........................................................... 45
9.3
Homing........................................................................ 45
9.4
Regular movement process ........................................ 46
9.5
Special cases within motion sequence ....................... 47
9.5.1
Obstacle recognition
during the movement ................................... 47
9.5.2
Turning back during the movement ............. 47
9.5.3
Attempted vandalism ................................... 48
9.5.4
Emergency................................................... 48
Setting gate parameters – "MPS-Diag" ............................. 49
10.1 Driver installation under Windows 7............................ 50
10.1.1
Automatic driver installation via
setup assistant............................................. 50
10.1.2
Manual driver installation............................. 51
10.1.3
Enter the port number in the program
"MPS-Diag".................................................. 52
10.2 Connect laptop to control device MB-111 ................... 53
10.3 Using the MPS-Diag program..................................... 54
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10.4 Function and parameter settings .................................55
10.4.1
Version left / right .........................................55
10.4.2
Brake activated / not activated .....................56
10.4.3
Select size of the locking element................57
10.4.4
Select reset source.......................................57
10.4.5
Stalled behavior (Behavior when
obstruction detected)....................................57
10.4.6
Set hold-open time .......................................58
10.4.7
Set speed .....................................................58
10.4.8
Heating active while standing.......................58
10.4.9
Teaching the three possible positions..........59
10.4.10 Reset all parameters to factory settings.......61
10.5 Firmware download .....................................................62
10.5.1
Firmware download using a ".mcp file" ........64
10.5.2
Firmware download using an ".s file" ...........64
10.6 Download between MBC-111 and MMC-120 ..............66
10.7 Reading errors .............................................................67
10.8 Status request..............................................................68
11
Maintenance .........................................................................69
11.1 Safety
......................................................................69
11.2 Cleaning ......................................................................70
11.3 Maintenance schedule.................................................71
12
Malfunctions .........................................................................72
12.1 Safety
......................................................................72
12.2 Error codes on the logic controller MBC-111...............73
13
Spare parts ...........................................................................75
14
Decommissioning and disposal .........................................76
15
Appendix.........................................................................78
15.1 Electric circuit diagram.................................................78
Index..............................................................................................79
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1.1
General
Information regarding the operating instructions
These operating instructions provide important information on how
to deal with the motorized gate. Prerequisite for safe working is the
observance of all specified safety notes and instructions.
In addition, the local accident prevention regulations valid at the
barrier's area of application and general safety regulations have to
be complied with.
Carefully read the operating instructions before starting any work!
They are a product component and must be kept well accessible
to the personnel at all times.
When passing the barrier on to third parties, the operating
instructions must also be handed over.
Components from other suppliers may have their own safety
regulations and instructions for use. These must also be observed.
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1.2
Pictogram explanation
Warning notes are characterised by pictograms in these operating
instructions. The warning notes are followed by signal words
expressing the scale of the hazard.
Warning notes
It is absolutely essential to observe the notes and to proceed with
caution in order to prevent accidents as well as bodily injuries and
property damage.
DANGER
The signal word DANGER points to an immediately
dangerous situation, which leads to death or
severe injuries if it is not avoided.
WARNING
The signal word WARNING points to a potentially
dangerous situation, which can lead to death or
severe injuries if it is not avoided.
CAUTION
The signal word CAUTION points to a potentially
dangerous situation, which can lead to minor
injuries if it is not avoided.
NOTICE
The signal word NOTICE points to a potentially
harmful situation, which can lead to property
damage if it is not avoided.
Hints and recommendations
NOTE!
… highlights useful hints and recommendations as
well as information for an efficient and trouble-free
operation.
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Limitation of liability
All specifications and notes in these operating instructions were
compiled with consideration to the valid standards and regulations,
the state of the art as well as to our long-standing knowledge and
experience.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by:
 Non-observance of the operating instructions
 Improper use
 Deployment of non-trained personnel
 Arbitrary modifications
 Technical changes
 Use of non-approved spare and wear parts.
The actual scope of supply may differ from the explanations and
illustrations described in this manual in case of special designs, if
additional order options are made use of, or due to latest technical
changes.
1.4
Copyright protection
Surrendering the operating instructions to third parties without
written permission of the manufacturer is not permitted.
NOTE!
Content details, texts, drawings, pictures and other
illustrations are protected by copyright and are
subject to industrial property rights. Any improper
use shall be liable to prosecution.
Any type and form of duplication – also of extracts – as well as the
exploitation and/or communication of the contents are not
permitted without the manufacturer's written declaration of consent.
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Scope of delivery
The scope of delivery comprises:
 1 x Motorized gate with integrated drive and integrated
control units MBC and MMC
 1 x Locking element
 1 x USB-extension
 1 x Drilling jig
 1 x Fastening kit (only within Europe)
 1 x Software on data carrier
Supplied documentation:
 1 x Operating instructions
 1 x Electric circuit diagram
Optionally available:
 MPS-Diagnostic Windows software for setting functions
and parameters and for error diagnosis
1.6
Warranty
Units are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of one year from date of invoice.
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Customer service
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NOTE!
In order to enable fast handling note the data of the
type plate such as type code, serial number, etc.
before calling.
1.8
Environmental protection
NOTICE
Danger for the environment by improper
disposal of components or the pedestrian
barrier!
In case of improper disposal of components or the
pedestrian barrier, damage to the environment may
result.
– Observe the local and national laws and
directives.
– Disassemble pedestrian barrier according to
resources. Sort resources and supply them to
recycling.
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2.1
Safety
Intended use
The pedestrian barrier is intended exclusively for managing the
admission in to areas with restricted access.
In general, the motorized gate is integrated in the fence and gate
systems.
The integrated control units MBC and MMC are intended
exclusively for controlling the pedestrian barrier.
WARNING
Non-intended use is dangerous!
Any use of the barriers other than intended and/or
in a different manner can cause hazardous
situations.
– Only use the pedestrian barrier and the control
units for the intended use.
– All specifications in these operating instructions
have to be strictly complied with.
Any types of claims due to damage arising from improper use are
excluded. The operator alone shall be responsible for any damage
arising from improper use.
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2.2
Operator's Responsibility
The operator must comply with the statutory obligations regarding
work safety.
In addition to the work safety notes in these operating instructions,
the safety, accident prevention and environmental provisions
applicable for the area the pedestrian barrier is used in must be
complied with.
In particular, the operator must:
 gather information on applicable work protection provisions.
 determine additional danger in a danger analysis.
 implement the required code of conduct for operation of the
pedestrian barrier on site in operating instructions.
 regularly verify throughout the pedestrian barrier's time of use
that the operating instructions drawn up by him comply with the
current state of the regulations.
 adapt the operating instructions to any new provisions,
standards and usage conditions - where required.
 clearly determine the responsibilities for installation, operation,
maintenance and cleaning of the pedestrian barrier.
 ensure that all employees that are working at or with the
pedestrian barrier have read and understood the operating
instructions.
 Furthermore, the operator must train personnel regarding the
use of the pedestrian barrier at regular intervals and provide
information on possible dangers.
Furthermore, the operator is responsible for:
 keeping the pedestrian barrier in perfect technical order and
condition at all times.
 maintaining the pedestrian barrier according to the maintenance
intervals and performing the safety inspections as stipulated.
 checking all protective facilities for completeness and proper
function at regular intervals.
The operator is also responsible that the danger area of the
pedestrian barrier cannot be accessed by any unauthorised
persons, and in particular not by children, under any
circumstances.
2.3
Changes and modifications
Changes and modifications of the pedestrian barrier can cause
unforeseen danger.
A written authorisation of the manufacturer is absolutely required
before executing any technical changes and modifications at the
pedestrian barrier, the control unit or the control program.
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2.4.1
Specialists and operating personnel
Requirements
WARNING
Risk of injury in case of inadequate
qualification!
Improper handling can lead to considerable bodily
injuries and property damage.
– Activities musst only carried out by the
individuals designated for that purpose.
The operating instructions specify the following qualification
requirements for the different fields of activity:
 Instructed people
have been instructed during instructions provided by the
operator with regard to the work assigned to them and possible
hazards arising from improper conduct.
 Specialised staff
are able, due to their technical training, knowledge and
experience as well as their knowledge of the pertinent
regulations are able to carry out work assigned to them
independently and to recognise potential hazards.
 Electrical specialists
are able, due to their technical training, knowledge and
experiences as well as knowledge of the relevant standards
and regulations, to execute tasks on electrical systems and to
independently recognise possible hazards.
In Germany, the electrical specialist must comply with the
provisions of accident prevention regulation BGV A3 (e.g.
master electrical fitter). Appropriate regulations apply in other
countries. The regulations valid there must be observed.
It must be expected that only those people are deployed who carry
out their work reliably. People, whose ability to respond is affected,
e.g. by drugs, alcohol or medicines, must not be used.
Furthermore, the age and profession-specific regulations valid at
the operating location must be observed when selecting personnel.
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2.5
Personal protective equipment
It is necessary to wear personal protective equipment when
dealing with the machine so as to minimize health hazards.
Before carrying out any work, properly put on the necessary
protective equipment such as work clothes, protective
gloves, safety shoes and eye wear during work.
2.6
Occupational safety and special dangers
The remaining risks resulting from the hazard analysis are
specified in the following section.
Observe the safety notes listed here and the warning notes
mentioned in the other chapters of these instructions to reduce
health hazards and to avoid dangerous situations.
2.6.1
Danger pictograms on the pedestrian barrier
The relevant dangerous areas on the pedestrian barriers can be
identified by the following pictograms:
Electric voltage
DANGER
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
... indicates life threatening situations caused by
electric voltage. Non-observance of the safety
instructions causes severe injuries or death.
Necessary work may only be carried out by an
electrical specialist.
This pictogram is fixed on the following component:
– Cover sheet at the edge profile.
Danger of crushing
WARNING
Danger of crushing!
… indicates the presence of components and items
moving towards each other. Non-observance of the
safety instructions can lead to severe injuries.
This pictogram is fixed on the following component:
– Edge profile, below the mechanic stops.
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2.6.2
Hazard notes and occupational safety
For your own safety and for the protection of the pedestrian barrier,
the following information must be observed and complied with:
Electric voltage
DANGER
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
Touching live parts can be lethal.
Damage to the insulation or to individual
components can be lethal.
– Switch off the power supply immediately in case
of damage to the insulation and arrange repair.
– Only electrical specialists may carry out work on
the electrical system.
– Switch off power supply and secure against
reactivation before performing any work. Test
for absence of voltage!
– Never bypass or deactivate fuses.
– When replacing fuses observe the correct
amperage specification.
– Keep moisture and dust away from live parts.
Moisture or dust may cause a short circuit.
Electric voltage –
missing safety installations
DANGER
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
The safety installations that are required according
to regional and local regulations must be provided
by the customer. Usually these are:
– Residual current device (RCD)
– Circuit-breaker
– Lockable 2-pole main switch according to
EN 60947-3.
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Improper transport
WARNING
Danger by falling down or tilting of a pedestrian
barrier!
The weight of the pedestrian barrier of heavy parts
of it can seriously injure a person and cause
serious crushing!
– Have all transport work performed by specialists
only.
– Depending on the dead weight and size of the
components, use a pallet on which the
pedestrian barrier can be moved by means of a
forklift.
– For lifting a pedestrian barrier, use suitable
lifting gear that is designed for the weight of the
barrier.
– Lifting and carrying the pedestrian barrier or
heavy parts of it from the pallet should be done
by a minimum of two people.
Heavy weight
WARNING
Risk of injury when lifting heavy objects alone!
The weight of heavy objects can severely injure a
person!
– Carrying the pedestrian barrier and heavy parts
and lifting them from the pallet should be done
by a minimum of two people.
Insufficient fixing
WARNING
Risk of injury at insufficient fixing!
Insufficient fastening of the pedestrian barrier or
any single component can severely injure a person
and cause severe crushing!
– Before operation ensure the firm attachment of
the clamp bolts.
– Check the firm fixing of all screws according to
maintenance schedule.
– Only qualified and skilled personnel are allowed
to assemble the pedestrian barrier and the
appropriate components.
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Inadmissible operation
WARNING
Risk of injury at inadmissible operation!
An inadmissible operation can cause severe
injuries.
– Before operating the pedestrian barriers check
all electrical and mechanical functions.
Sharp edges and spiky corners
CAUTION
Risk of injury on edges and corners!
Sharp edges and spiky corners can cause skin
abrasions and cuts.
– Work carefully near to sharp edges and spiky
corners.
– In case of doubt wear protective gloves.
Signposting
CAUTION
Risk of injury by illegible symbols!
Labels and signs can become dirty or
unrecognisable in the course of time.
– Always keep safety, warning and operating
notes in a well readable condition.
– Immediately renew damaged or unrecognisable
signs or labels.
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Technical data
3.1
3.1.1
Dimensions
Motorized gate with barrier tubing
B 1960mm/77.16"max
A
D
50mm/2"
390mm/15.35"
Æ 159mm/6.26"
5mm/0.2"
1000mm/39.4"
30mm/1.2"
A
480mm/18.9"
3
Fig. 1: Dimensions for motorized gate in barrier tube version
A
B
D
Safety distances to avoid crushing
Total width
Bracket length, Standard: 1090mm/42.9", max. 1800 mm/70.9"
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Motorized gate in wing version
A
A
980mm/42.9" max
30mm/1.2"
50mm/2"
821mm/36.64"
7.9"/6.7"
X
200mm/170mm
282mm/
11.1"
5mm/0.2"
800mm/1030mm/1330mm
Æ 159mm/6.26"
31.5"/40.6"/52.4"
3.1.2
Fig. 2: Dimensions for motorized gate in wing version
A
X
3.2
Safety distances to avoid crushing
Floor distance: 200mm/7.9" at wing height 800mm/31.5",
170mm/6.7" at wing heights 1030mm/40.6" and 1330 mm/52.4"
Electrical connection
Designation
Motorized gate
Unit
230 V 50 Hz 1)
115 V 60 Hz 1)
110 to 250 / 50 – 60 Hz
Supply voltage
V AC / Hz
Current consumption
MPS in the resting position
A
0.14
0.16
Power consumption
MPS in the resting position
W
12
11
Max. current consumption
MPS in movement
A
0.19
0.29
Max. power consumption
MPS in movement
W
24
25
Starting current (approx. 30 ms)
A
1.7
1.7
Control voltage
V DC
42
1) The values are without heating. Activate heating via the program "MPS-Diag". With the heating activated, the
values increase.
Table 1: Electrical connection
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Operating conditions
Motorized gate
Designation
Unit
Ambient temperature range
°C (F)
–25 to +45C (-13 to +113F)
Storage temperature range
°C (F)
–30 to +70C (-22 to +158F)
Relative humidity
% r.F
Protection class
–
max. 95 %, non-condensing
IP 44
Table 2: Operating conditions
3.4
Weight
Designation
Unit
Weight
kg/lbs
Motorized gate
40kg/88.2lbs
Table 3: Weight
3.5
Performance data
Designation
Unit
Runtime for 90°
seconds
Motirized gate
adjustable from 1.5 to approx. 4.0
Table 4: Performance data
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Design and function
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4.1
Design and function
Design
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
11
11
14
12 (6x)
13 (3x)
7
8
9
Fig. 3: Structure of components
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Countersunk screw M6 x16
Isolation sleeve
Top cover disc
O-Ring
Countersunk screws M8 x 20
Outer tube
Edge profile (with drive, control units, transformer)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Disc/screws M5 x 16
Cover
Locking element in bracket version
Threaded pin
Countersunk screw M6
Holder for locking element
Locking element in wing version
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4.2
Definition left and right motorized gate
Fig. 4: Version "Left motorized gate"
4.3
Fig. 5: Version "Right motorized gate"
Function
The motorized gate is a pedestrian barrier to control access of
persons in simple safety applications, usually under supervision.
The motorized gate is also used as a supplement for our turnstiles
and wing barriers, in particular for areas where bulky objects must
be taken along or persons separated in a wheelchair-accessible
manner.
The motorized gate can be operated in two directions. Ex works,
the motorized gate is configured for bidirectional operation with a 2
x 90° opening angle. The opening angles may be changed
between 10 and 300° by software. Additional parameters such as
speed, hold-open time, etc. can be changed by software. The
motorized gate is opened by external access control systems and
via digital inputs. It is closed fully automatically after the end of an
adjustable hold-open time.
The drive system, comprising a Magnetic High Torque Motor
®
MHTM in connection with a planetary gear, ensures a strong and
precise sequence of movements. Software can be used to lock the
locking element in the two end positions and in the home position,
via an electro-mechanical tooth coupling.
If the locking element is pushed from one of its positions by
application of strong force, the locking element will swivel
automatically back to this position after the force is removed.
The entire drive is nearly maintenance- and wear-free and works
without end switch.
If the voltage fails, the motorized gate can swivel freely in both
directions.
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Assembly and installation
5.1
Safety
General
WARNING
Danger by inappropriate installation!
Inappropriate installation can cause severe injuries!
– Only qualified personnel, authorised by the
operator and instructed appropriately, may carry
out installation tasks.
– Prior to work, ensure that there is sufficient
assembly space.
– Pay attention to tidiness and cleanness at the
assembly site! Loosely stacked or lying around
components and tools are accident sources.
– Ensure correct arrangement and correct fit on
the components.
– Install all fastening elements correctly.
Improper transport
WARNING
Danger by falling down or tilting of a pedestrian
barrier!
The weight of the pedestrian barrier of parts of it
can seriously injure a person and cause serious
crushing!
– Have all transport work performed by specialists
only.
– Depending on the dead weight and size of the
components, use a pallet on which the
pedestrian barrier can be moved by means of a
forklift.
– For lifting a pedestrian barrier or heavy parts of
it, use suitable lifting gear that is designed for
the weight of the barrier.
– Lifting and carrying the pedestrian barrier from
the pallet should be done by a minimum of two
people.
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Heavy weight
WARNING
Risk of injury when lifting heavy objects alone!
The weight of heavy objects can severely injure a
person!
– Lifting and carrying the pedestrian barrier or
heavy parts of it from the pallet should be done
by a minimum of two people.
Improper transport
NOTICE
The pedestrian barrier can be damaged by
improper transport!
Substantial material damage can result from
improper transport.
– Have all transport work performed by specialists
only.
– When unloading the packages and during inplant transportation always proceed with
greatest care and caution.
– Observe the dimensions of the pedestrian
barrier.
– Loading, unloading as well as moving the
pedestrian barrier must take place with greatest
care.
– Only remove packaging directly before
assembly.
Personal protective equipment
The following must be worn during all assembly and installation
work:
 Work clothes
 Protective gloves
 Safety shoes.
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5.2
Requirements for assembly
The following steps are to be completed prior to assembly and
installation:
 Laying the foundation.
 Installing the empty conduits.
5.3
Foundation and empty conduits
Note!
To provide trouble-free operation use separate
conduits for data cables and mains cables.
The functional safety of the pedestrian barrier
hinges on the accuracy of the foundation.
Foundation
The foundation must meet the following requirements:
 Have sufficient load-carrying capacity
 Have a skid-proof surface.
 Horizontal and even, max. deviations 2 mm/m
 Have sufficient thickness fort he fastenings.
Empty conduits
The empty conduits must be positioned accurately to the drilling
plan.  See page 27, Fig. 6.
Drilling jig
A drilling jig for the tie anchors is part of the delivery.
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Foundation plan
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1
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4
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Fig. 6: Foundation plan
1
2
3
4
5
Recessed head screw M8 x 80
Spring washer
Disc
Tie anchor with inner thread M8
Empty conduits
 Have cables overlap the conduits by approx. 5 m (16.5')
 Tie anchor with inner thread M8
 Drill hole diameter 14mm (0.55") hole depth 90mm (3.5")
 Empty conduits for mains cable and data line
 Foundation level and horizontal
 Concrete or respective consistent industrial flooring
 In case of flagging make sure that the anchor bolts are secured
firmly in the foundation. If necessary, use longer bolts.
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5.4
Mounting the motorized gate
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
11
11
14
12 (6x)
13 (3x)
7
8
9
Fig. 7: Mounting the motorized gate
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Countersunk screw M6 x16
Isolation sleeve
Top cover disc
O-Ring
Countersunk screws M8 x 20
Outer tube
Edge profile (with drive, control units, transformer)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Disc/screws M5 x 16
Cover
Locking element in bracket version
Threaded pin
Countersunk screw M6
Holder for locking element
Locking element in wing version
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5.4.1
Mounting the motorized gate on the foundation
NOTE!
The motorized gate is delivered completely.
The motorized gate has to be partially
disassembled before it can be mounted.
The foundation has set to the adequate hardness.
Foundation and empty conduits must be tested
prior to commencing assembly.
The motorized gate is fastened with 3 tie anchors
on the foundation. The mounting material is
included in delivery.
1.
Place the bores according to the drilling plan.  See page 27,
Fig. 6.
2.
Carefully remove any sand and swarf from the bore holes and
their immediate vicinity.
3.
Set the dowels supplied as shown on the enclosed description
and allow hardening.
Fig. 8: Single gate complete
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For installation of the motorized gate, the following work steps
are mandatory:
Fig. 9 and 10: Countersunk screw and cover disc
1.
Loosen countersunk screw M8 of the cover disc and remove
together with the O-ring.
 Do not allow the screws to come into contact with dust,
sand or similar substances.
5.4.2
Disassemble motorized gate
1.
Open the top cover disc of the outer tube.
Fig. 11: Cover disc
2.
Take off the cover disc and remove the O-ring.
Fig. 12: Countersunk screws
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3.
4 Loosen the countersunk screws M8 and remove them.
Fig. 13: Outer tube with
locking element
Fig. 14: Cover
4.
Pull outer tube (Fig. 13) with locking element up and lift off.
5.
Loosen screws and remove cover (Fig. 14).
6.
Place edge profile at the intended site so that the section in
the housing as indicated in Fig. 13 is about central in the
direction of the desired home position.
7.
Insert supply lines from below.
8.
Mark bores.
9.
Put edge profile aside again.
10. Drill 3 bores for anchor rods with inner thread M8.
11. Install 3 anchor rods with inner thread M8.
12. Fasten edge profile above the threaded holes. Observe that
the conduits with the lines are not damaged.
13. Attach edge profile on the foundation with 3 screws M8.
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Use the mounting material included in delivery!


Fig. 15: MPS floor attachment
1
2
MPS edge profile
Screws M8, spring ring, washer (each 3 x)
NOTE!
Observe curing time for the resin cartridge:
>20 °C (>68°F):
10 min
10 °C to 20 °C (50-68°F): 20 min
0 °C to -10 °C (32-50°F): 1 h
–5 °C to 0 °C (23-32°F):
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6
Electrical connection
6.1
Safety
 See also safety notes on page 15, chapter 2.6 "Occupational
safety and special dangers".
General
WARNING
Danger by inappropriate installation!
Inappropriate installation can cause severe or
lethal injuries.
– Only qualified personnel, authorised by the
operator and instructed appropriately, may carry
out installation tasks.
– Pay attention to tidiness and cleanness at the
assembly site! Loosely stacked or lying around
components and tools are accident sources.
– Install all fastening elements correctly.
Electric voltage
DANGER
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
Touching live parts can be lethal.
Damage to the insulation or to individual
components can be lethal.
– Switch off the power supply immediately in case
of damage to the insulation and arrange repair.
– Only electrical specialists may carry out work on
the electrical system.
– Switch off power supply and secure against
reactivation before performing any work. Test
for absence of voltage!
– Never bypass or deactivate fuses.
– When replacing fuses observe the correct
amperage specification.
– Keep moisture and dust away from live parts.
Moisture or dust may cause a short circuit.
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Electric voltage –
missing safety installations
DANGER
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
The safety installations that are required according
to regional and local regulations must be provided
by the customer. Usually these are:
– Residual current device (RCD)
– Circuit-breaker
– Lockable 2-pole main switch according to
EN 60947-3.
Electromagnetic interference
NOTICE
Electromagnetic interferences may cause
malfunctions of the pedestrian barrier or
adjacent devices!
The pedestrian barrier is approved for industrial
use. Operation in other electro-magnetic
environmental conditions may cause interferences
or malfunctions.
– Place control lines and mains cables into
separate conduits
– Use cables according to the electrical circuit
plan.
– Only install and apply additional parts approved
by DSI.
– The electrical and electronically additional parts
must be EMC verified and must not exceed the
indicated EMC threshold values.
Personal protective equipment
The following must be worn during all electrical work:
 Work clothes
 Protective gloves
 Safety shoes.
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6.2
Connecting the power supply
1
Mag00264
2
Fig. 16: Power supply connection terminals
1
2
Terminals L, N, PE
2-pin main switch
Connect the power cable only to the correct terminals L, N, PE (1).
The 2-pin main switch (2) isolates the entire unit.
6.3
Connect control lines to MBC-111
The control and feedback lines are connected at the control unit
MBC-111.  See included circuit diagram.
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6.3.1
Digital inputs
 all inputs are insulated by opto couplers
 Input voltage 24V ±10%
 Input current 10 mA per input
 Impulse length for inputs 100 ms to 300 ms
Input
Function
Description
1
Emergency situation
(Emergency)
This input enables free passage of the swing doors in
case of an emergency. The input is fail-safe, i.e. the
motorized gate is only operative when a continuous signal
is present.
When the continuous signal disappears, the motor is
switched off immediately. The locking element can be
moved freely.
The input acts directly on the motor end stage through a
second channel. It is superordinate over all other inputs.
If several swing doors are to be opened at the same time
using an external emergency STOP switch, the inputs
must be insulated with additional relays to avoid coupling
of the voltages between the different swing doors
2
Open passage left
Opening pulse for passage to the left.
If the signal continues to be present, the hold-open time is
re-triggered.
3
Open passage right
Opening pulse for passage to the right.
If the signal continues to be present, the hold-open time is
re-triggered.
4
Closing superordinated
(locking)
Input for superordinated closing of the motorized gate.
Opening signals at the inputs 2 and 3 are ignored.
Opening of the motorized gate above input 1
(emergency situation) continues to be possible.
5
Manual reset
Input for manually resetting the controller after voltage
outages. Input is only required when the function "manual
reset" was also activated.
6 to 8
Not reserved
–
9
Button connection.
Button for parameterising the home position and holdopen time
Table 5: Digital inputs
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6.3.2
Relay outputs
 Isolated relay contacts, wired in groups
 Switched voltage 5 – 48V
 Switched current 10 mA – 1 A
Relay output
Function
Description
K1
Global error and alarm
output (voltage outage)
When certain errors occur, a continuous signal is given at
this output; it continues as long as the error persists. Refer
also to the following note.
Possible errors are:
 Runtime of the locking element too long =
obstacle detected
 CAN communication with end stage is impaired
 Hardware error in end stage
 Software error in end stage
 Homing function running
 Power failure
 Manual reset expected (only if fitted)
K2
Locking element in the
home position
A permanent signal is delivered via this output for as long
as the locking element is in the home position.
K3
Locking element in the left
end position
A permanent signal is delivered via this output for as long
as the locking element is in the left end position.
K4
Locking element in the right
end position
A permanent signal is delivered via this output for as long
as the locking element is in the right end position.
K5
Counting pulse when the
left end position is reached
A counting pulse lasting 500 ms is delivered via this output
when the left end position is reached.
K6
Counting pulse when the
right end position is
reached
A counting pulse lasting 500 ms is delivered via this output
when the right end position is reached.
Table 6: Relay outputs
NOTE!
Voltage outage is indicated at the global error output;
therefore, relay 1 is operated invertedly. This means
that the relay is closed as long as there is no error.
As soon as one the global errors described above
occurs, the relay falls off.
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Assemble MPS column
Danger of crushing
CAUTION
Danger of crushing!
A moving motorized gate can cause crushing.
– Highest attention is required for mounting,
adjustment and maintenance work on the
motorized gate
7.1
Mounting the locking element
1.
Switch on main switch (Fig. 16, item 1).
2.
Attach cover (Fig. 7, item 9) with 6 cylinder screws.
3.
Put on outer tube (Fig. 7, item 6) again.
4.
Attach locking bracket or glass wings to the outer tube
depending on design.
5.
Attach locking element to the outer tube
 Locking element in bracket version
Attach bracket with 2 threaded pins
 Locking element in wing version
Attach wings with holder and countersunk screws M6.
6.
Turn outer tube so that the slot in the top cover disc (Fig. 7,
item 3) is about centered above the stop screw.
Fig. 17: Alignment of stop screw
7.
Attach the 4 countersunk screws M8 again and tighten them.
Do not mount the cover disc yet.
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7.2
Adjusting the mechanical end stops
1.
Turn outer tube with locking element to the right until the stop
screw touches the right end stop.
2.
Loosen the screw of the right end stop and move it until the
end stop is about 92° to the right of the desired home position.
Fig. 18: Adjusting the right end stop
3.
Tighten the screw firmly again.
4.
Turn outer tube with locking element to the right until the stop
screw touches the left end stop.
5.
Loosen the screw of the left end stop and move it until the end
stop is about 92° to the left of the desired home position.
6.
Tighten the screw firmly again.
Fig. 19: Adjusting the left end stop
7.
Taking the motorized gate into operation.  See page 40,
chapter 8 "Commissioning". Check during commissioning if
moving to the positions works correctly. If the positions are not
targeted correctly, align the end stops again.
8.
Insert O-ring again.
9
Put on top cover disc
10. Screw on cover disc with O-ring and countersunk screw M8.
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Commissioning
8.1
Safety
General
WARNING
Danger by inappropriate start-up and operation!
Inappropriate start-up and operation can cause
severe or lethal injuries.
– Prior to start of works ensure that the outer tube
is correctly mounted.
DANGER
Electric voltage
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
Touching live parts can be lethal.
Damage to the insulation or to individual
components can be lethal.
– Switch off the power supply immediately in case
of damage to the insulation and arrange repair.
– Only qualified electricians may carry out work
on the electrical system.
– Switch off power supply and secure against reactivation before performing any work. Test for
absence of voltage!
– Never bypass or deactivate fuses.
– When replacing fuses observe the correct
amperage specification.
– Keep moisture and dust away from live parts.
Moisture or dust may cause a short circuit.
Personal protective equipment
The following must be worn during comissioning:
 Work clothes
 Protective gloves
 Safety shoes.
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8.2
Initial commissioning
Free movement path
Ensure that the motorized gate can take up operation unhindered.
The movement path of the locking element must be free.
Initial commissioning
1.
Switch on the main voltage.
2.
At initial commissioning, the software for the motor control unit
MMC-120 may be loaded from the logic control unit first. This
process may take up to one minute. Do not switch off the
main voltage during this time, since this would require
repeating the process. This process will not be necessary
when switching on the main voltage in future.
3.
The motorized gate performs homing. First the two
mechanical end stops and then the home position are
controlled.
NOTE!
Functions and parameters can be changed via
the program "MPS-Diag".
 See page 49, chapter 10.
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8.3
CAN bus addressing and termination
The MBC-111 logic controller and the MMC-120 motor controller
exchange data via a CAN bus line. The MMC-120 controllers must
have a fixed CAN address assigned to it. Additionally, a
termination resistor must be activated at both ends of the bus to
prevent interference.
Setting the CAN address and termination is performed by DIP
switches for both control devices.
The following DIP switch settings are correct:
Function
DIP switch
MBC-111
MMC-120
Termination
1
ON
ON
2
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
CAN address
Table 7: Setting of the DIP switches
Fig. 20: DIP switch
CAN MBC-111
Fig. 21: DIP switch
CAN MMC-120
NOTE!
Wrong settings for the DIP switch can lead to the
swing doors not going into operation or to
malfunctions during operation.
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8.4
Setting the home position and hold-open time via button
You may set the home position and the hold-open time via a
button. The button is below the cover disc.  See page 22, Fig. 3
Fig. 22: Button for setting the home position and hold-open time
8.4.1
Setting the home position
Ensure that the motorized gate can take up operation unhindered.
The movement path of the locking element must be free.
Free movement path
You may perform homing via the button at the control unit.
1.
Push the button. The buzzer emits a signal every time the
button is pushed. After 5 seconds, the buzzer emits a signal at
6 Hz twice.
NOTE!
If you do not push the button again within the next
10 seconds, the process will be cancelled. The
buzzer emits a signal at 2 Hz twice and the locking
element swivels back to its original home position.
The original home position remains valid.
2.
Swivel the locking element to the desired home position.
3.
Confirm the position by pushing the button again within the
next 10 seconds. The buzzer confirms the new homing
position with a continuous signal of 2 second.
NOTE!
If you do not push the button again within the next
10 seconds, the process will be cancelled. The
buzzer emits a signal at 2 Hz twice and the locking
element swivels back to its original home position.
The original home position remains valid.
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4.
After 3 seconds, the locking element automatically swivels to
the first end stop. The buzzer emits a signal at a cycle of 1 Hz
during the movement.
5.
The locking element briefly remains in the first end position.
6.
The locking element automatically swivels to the second end
stop. The buzzer emits a signal at a cycle of 1 Hz during the
movement.
7.
The locking element briefly remains in the second end
position.
8.
The locking element automatically swivels to the new home
position. The buzzer emits a signal at a cycle of 1 Hz during
the movement.
9.
After one second, the buzzer emits two signals at 6 Hz.
The home position is set.
8.4.2
Set hold-open time
You may set the hold-open time using the button at the control unit.
 Setting range: 1…25 s
 Factory setting: 8 s
1.
Push button three times within 5 seconds. The buzzer emits a
signal every time the button is pushed. After 5 seconds, the
buzzer emits a signal at 6 Hz twice.
NOTE!
If you do not push the button three times within
5 seconds, the process will be cancelled. The
original hold-open time remains valid. The buzzer
emits a signal at 2 Hz twice.
2.
Push the button to set the desired hold-open time. One push
corresponds to one second.
Examples: Push the button once for a hold-open time of one
second. Push the button 25 times for the maximum hold-open
time of 25 seconds.
3
Wait for 5 seconds. After 2 seconds, the buzzer emits a signal
at 6 Hz twice. The number of pushes of the button is assumed
for the hold-open time.
The hold-open time is set.
NOTE!
If you do not push the button for 5 seconds, the
number of pushes of the button is assumed for the
new hold-open time value.
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9.1
Function description
Power-off state
When there is no voltage, the motor is powered down. It is
unlocked. The swing doors can be turned freely.
9.2
Start-up routine
After switching on the operation voltage, the reset version set is
checked first.
In case of the setting "manual reset", the control is first waiting for
a reset pulse at the "manual reset" input and then performs
homing. With the "autoreset" setting, homing is performed at once.
9.3
Homing
The motorized gate first performs "Homing", i.e. it first determines
where the locking element is located by first looking for the
mechanical end stop. This takes place at a reduced speed and
reduced motor torque. During "Homing", the buzzer gives warning
signals. Depending on whether a left or right motorized gate has
been selected, Homing takes place in different directions.
At a left motorized gate, the locking element slowly swivels
clockwise to the mechanical end stop after power returns. After
reaching the end stop, the locking element slowly swivels counterclockwise into the position defined as home position (factory
settings: 90°). After the home position is reached, the motorized
gate is ready for operation.
At a right motorized gate, the locking element slowly swivels
counter-clockwise to the mechanical end stop after power returns.
After the end stop is reached, the locking element slowly swivels
clock-wise into the position defined as home position (factory
setting: 90°). After the home position is reached, the motorized
gate is ready for operation.
Depending on the setting for the function "Brake locked in the
home position", the brake is tripped accordingly when the home
position is reached.
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Fig. 23: Homing at a left and right motorized gate
9.4
Regular movement process
In the two end positions and the home position, the motorized gate
is held by a motor at a high motor torque. If the function" Activate
brake" is chosen for one or several positions, the motor in the
corresponding position is powered down and the brake is powered
instead.
If no release has been given for one of the two opening directions,
the locking element is in the home position. Once an attempt is
made to move the locking element from the home position, the
brake is activated. Refer to page 47, chapter 9.5.
After a release impulse is reached for one direction, the motorized
gate is opened in the passage direction. When the end position is
reached, the locking element is moved into position by the motor.
After the hold-open time is over, the motorized gate closes on its
own, i.e. the locking element swivels back to the home position.
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9.5
9.5.1
Special cases within motion sequence
Obstacle recognition during the movement
The behavior can be set via the parameter "Stalled behavior
(Behavior when obstruction detected)".  Refer to page 57,
chapter 10.4.5.
The locking element can be stopped in mid-movement, e.g. when
a user does not continue on or a luggage piece is caught.
Depending on the selected function, one of the following measures
is performed:
 There is no reaction.
 The locking element continues to push with a reduced force and
speed.
 The locking element returns to the original position and starts
the movement again at once.
 The locking element swivels back only a little bit, reverses and
swivels on into the original direction again.
9.5.2
Turning back during the movement
The behavior can be set via the parameter "Brake options".
 Refer to page 56, chapter 10.4.2.
Option "Brake on if vandalism"
is activated
If an attempt is made to move the locking element in the wrong
direction, the brake is activated at once. After a break, the brake is
loosened again. If the attempt to push the locking element in the
wrong direction is continued, the brake is activated again.
Once the outer force on the locking element is removed, the lock is
loosened and the locking element is automatically moved into the
intended direction.
Option "Brake always off"
is activated
Turning back the locking element against the motor torque during
the movement is possible at any time without damaging the
motorized gate. Once the outer force on the locking element is
removed, the locking element is automatically moved to the
intended position.
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9.5.3
Attempted vandalism
The behavior can be set via the parameter "Brake options".
 Refer to page 56, chapter 10.4.2.
Option "Brake on if vandalism" is
activated
Once an attempt is made to move the locking element from the
home position, the brake is activated. If the locking element is
pushed or pulled with higher force than the holding force of the
brake, the brake will give and tighten again at once. This permits
using the locking element further in small steps. If the vandalism
attempt is cancelled, the locking element swivels back to the home
position.
Option "Brake always off"
is activated
The home position is only held by the motor torque. If pushing or
pulling the locking element at a higher force than the holding force
of the motor, the locking element can be swivelled against the
motor torque. Once the outer force on the locking element is
removed, the locking element turns back to the home position.
9.5.4
Emergency
If the input IN1 "Emergency" is interrupted during operation, the
motorized gate enters a safe state. The motor powers down at
once. The control system returns to operation when there is
voltage at the input IN1 again.
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10 Setting motorized gate parameters – "MPS-Diag"
The motorized gate is configured so that it can be
commissioned without additional programing for applications
with an opening angle of 2 x 90°.
Functions and parameters can be changed on site via the
program "MPS-Diag". The program is included on a data carrier.
Additionally, a laptop/PC and USB extension are needed.
System requirements
 Windows as of WIN 2000
 USB interface as of 1.1
 Program and operating instructions on included flash drive
Fig. 24: MPS-Diag program
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10.1
Driver installation under Windows 7
To establish a connection with your motorized gate using the
program "MPS-Diag", you need to install the necessary drivers
and enter the port number in the program "MPS-Diag".
Driver installation
possibilities
There are the following options for driver installations:
Automatic driver installation via setup assistant:
 The latest driver from the internet is installed.
 The included driver is installed.
Manual driver installation:
 The latest driver from the internet is installed.
 The included driver is installed.
NOTE!
For more information on the driver, see
http://ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/
AppNotes.htm
10.1.1
Automatic driver installation via setup assistant
Using the driver from the
internet
1.
Plug the USB cable into the USB socket of the computer.
 Windows 7 automatically recognises the newly connected
hardware and looks for a matching driver online. The
message "Installing device driver software" appears on the
display.
 The driver is installed automatically.
 After successful installation, the screen shows the
message "USB Serial Port (COM). The device driver
software was installed successfully".
2.
Start setup of the program "MPS-Diag".
3.
Perform installation according to setup assistant.
4.
As a last step, the view "Terminating the MPS-Diag" appears.
5.
Deactivate the check box "Install USB driver".
6.
Click the button "Finish".
7.
Use the "Device Manager" to determine the port number and
enter it in the program "MPS-Diag".  See page 52, chapter
10.1.3.
 If the entry in the device manager is missing, you need to
install the included driver.  See following chapter.
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If the installation of the driver by plugging in the USB cable does
not work automatically, you need to install the driver subsequently.
Use included driver
1.
Start setup of the program "MPS-Diag".
2.
Perform installation according go setup assistant.
3.
As a last step, the view "Terminating the MPS-Diag" appears.
4.
Activate the check box "Install USB driver" to install the
included driver automatically.
5.
Click the button "Finish".
6.
Use the "Device Manager" to determine the port number and
enter it in the program "MPS-Diag".  See page 52, chapter
10.1.3.
 If the entry in the device manager is missing, you need to
install the driver manually.  See following chapter.
10.1.2
Manual driver installation
Using the driver from the
internet
1.
Open the window "Device Manager".
2.
Click the entry "USB serial port". The window "Properties USB
serial port" is opened.
3.
Click the button "Update driver". The screen "Update driver
software" appears.
4.
Select the option "Automatically search for driver software".
 Your operating system searches your computer first, then
the internet.
 The driver is installed automatically. After successful
installation, the message "The driver software was installed
successfully" will be displayed.
5.
Use the "Device Manager" to determine the port number and
enter it in the program "MPS-Diag".  See page 52, chapter
10.1.3.
 If the entry in the device manager is missing, you need to
install the included driver manually.See following chapter.
 Alternatively, you may also download the latest driver under
the following link: http://ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm
If you don't have an internet connection, you can simply use the
included driver. The driver is located in the directory:
"…\bin\Driver\USB\FTDI\".
Use included driver
1.
Unpack file.
2.
In the tab "Driver", click the button "Update driver".
3.
Click the option "Automatically search for computer for driver
software".
4.
Enter or select the path for the driver.
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5.
Click the button "Continue". The driver is installed.
6
After successful installation, the message "The driver software
was installed successfully" will be displayed.
7.
Use the "Device Manager" to determine the port number and
enter it in the program "MPS-Diag".  See following
chapter.
Enter the port number in the program "MPS-Diag".
Successful driver installation
1.
Click the icon "Desktop".
2.
Select the menu field "Properties". The window "Basic
information" is opened.
3.
Click the entry "Device Manager". The device manager is
opened.
 If installation was successful, "Connections (COM & LPT)" will
list the "USB Serial Port" with a port number. The port number
depends on your computer's configuration.
Fig. 25: Entry "USB serial port with port number" (here COM9) at
successful installation
4
Call program MPS-Diag
5.
Select menu item "Settings".
6.
Enter the port number.
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Failed driver installation
 If installation was not successful, no port number is indicated for
the connection "USB Serial Port".
Fig. 26: Missing port number" if the installation has failed
Choose another way of installing the driver.  See page 50,
chapter 10.1.1 and page 51, chapter 10.1.2.
10.2
Connect laptop to control device MB-111
Connection of the USB cable is only possible after disassembly of
the outer tube with the locking element.
The connection cable is in the socket area.
Connect the MBC-111 with a normal USB extension.
Fig. 27: Connection for USB plug with extension
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Using the MPS-Diag program
1
Install the program "MPS-Diag" on a laptop or computer
2.
Start the included program "MPS-Diag" via Setupxxx.exe
and execute the instructions of the installation routine.
3.
A virtual COM port driver is installed during installation. The
port number of the serial interface is determined as follows:
 Plug in connection cable.
 Read the port number in the menu "Device Manager >
Connections
(COM and LPT)".
4
Start the program "MPS-Diag".
5.
If required, select the desired language via the menu "Settings
> Language". Restart the program.
6.
Select your computer's COM port in the menu "Settings".
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10.4
Function and parameter settings
Function and parameter settings are made through the
Windows program MPS-Diag.
The following functions can be set:
 Design left / right
 Brake activated / not activated in the three positions, in case of
vandalism or when pressed in the wrong direction
 Present locking element size
 Reset source
 Behavior when obstruction detected
 Hold-open time
 Speeds
 Heating active while standing
 Programming the two end positions and the home position
 Resetting all parameters to factory settings
10.4.1
Version left / right
This selection point informs the control whether it is a right or a left
version of the motorized gate. In the "right" version, the locking
bracket swivels against the right mechanical end stop when
homing. In the "left" version, the locking bracket swivels against
the right mechanical end stop when homing.
Fig. 28: Explanation on version "Right" and "Left",
here the directions for the left motorized gate are presented
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Fig. 29: Explanation on version "Right" and "Left",
here the directions for the right motorized gate are presented
10.4.2
Brake activated / not activated
This option is used to inform the control if the brake is to be
activated when one of the three positions is reached, in case of
vandalism or when pressed in the wrong direction. The setting can
be made independently for each of the five options.
Fig.30:
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10.4.3
Select size of the locking element
Choose the length of the locking bracket via the selection point.
Fig. 31: Select length of the locking bracket
Always select the setting "more than 1.3 m" for swing doors in the
wing version.
10.4.4
Select reset source
This option can be used to specify whether, once power has been
restored, the controller first waits for a pulse at the "manual reset"
pulse or whether it starts to home immediately.
Fig. 32: Select reset source
10.4.5
Stalled behavior (Behavior when obstruction detected)
This selection point determines the behavior of the motorized
gate when an obstacle is recognized.
 Do nothing: There is no reaction.
 Reduce force and speed: The locking element continues to
push with a reduced force and speed.
 Reverse completely and start anew: The locking element
returns to the original position and starts the movement again at
once.
 Reverse slightly and start anew: The locking element swivels
back only a small bit, reverses and swivels on into the original
direction again.
Fig. 33: Stalled behavior (behavior when obstruction detected)
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10.4.6
Set hold-open time
The "hold-open time" parameter is used to set the hold-open time
between 0 and 25 seconds in steps of 100 ms. Entering 50 means
5 seconds.
Fig. 34: Set hold-open time
10.4.7
Set speed
The parameter "Speed" sets one of the three specified speeds "0
(slow)", "1 (medium)" or "2" (fast). The speed applies to regular
operation.
If you have chosen "more than 1.3 m" for the parameter "U-bar
size", the parameter "Speed" only has the option "0 (slow)".
Observe that you always have to choose "above 1.3 m" for glass
wings.  For the parameter "U-bar size", see page 57,
chapter 10.4.3.
Fig. 35: Set speed
10.4.8
Heating active while standing
This option is used to determine if heating is activated
while standing. The heating is needed if the motorized gate
is used at ambient conditions below 0°C.
Fig. 36: Switch on standing heating.
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10.4.9
Teaching the three possible positions
The MPS is delivered with 2 x 90° opening angles by default.
However, the three positions can be changed independently. For
this, there is an input mask in MPS-Diag.
Fig. 37: Activate screen mask for adjusting
the target positions
Setting the target positions is a process with several stages.
Fig. 38: Setting the target positions
1.
Perform homing. Put the MBC control into service mode for
this. Then you can adjust the three positions.
Fig. 39: Perform homing
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Adjust "home position".
Fig. :40 Adjust home position
3.
Adjust "left position".
Fig. 41: Adjust "left position"
4.
Adjust "right position".
Fig. 42: Adjust "right position"
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5.
Confirm changes by clicking the button "Close". The MBC
control is restarted.
Fig. :43 Reset control MBC
10.4.10 Reset all parameters to factory settings
This option can be used to restore the factory settings for all
parameters.
1.
Open menu "View" and select the item "Parameter".
Fig. 44: Menu "Parameter"
2.
The menu "Parameter" is displayed in the title bar.
3.
Click menu "Parameter"
4.
Select menu item "Restore all parameters to factory settings"
Fig. 45: Select menu item "Restore all parameters to factory settings"
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5.
Safety confirmation "All parameters are reset to factory
settings. Do you want to continue?"
Fig. 46: Safety confirmation
 Clicking "Yes" resets all parameters to factory settings.
 Clicking "No" cancels the process.
10.5
Firmware download
To update the control device firmware, the "MPS-Diag" program is
needed.
1.
Open menu "View" and select the item "Firmware".
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2.
A dialogue window appears. The dialogue window display
depends on the control type. If communication with the control
is impossible, the MBC field will show a question mark.
Fig. 48: Menu "Firmware update" (here: no communication)
When communication to the control is present, proceed as follows
for downloading a new firmware version:
3.
Select the firmware file through the button "Select".
4.
Click the button "Download Firmware".
The further process depends on the control type and the file
selected. For a MBC111 control, the file type chosen should be a
".mcp" file.
You may also select an ".s" file (Motorola S-Record). This
download will take longer.
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10.5.1
Firmware download using a ".mcp file"
Fig. 49: Button "Download Firmware"
1.
After clicking the button "Download firmware”, the program
status bar shows the download progress.
Fig. 50: Download progress
2.
10.5.2
When the download is completed, perform voltage reset.
Firmware download using an ".s file"
Only use firmware download using an ".s" fule with a MBC111
control if the bootloader is no longer accessible.
1.
Select the firmware file through the button "Select".
2.
Select the file type in the file selection dialogue.
Fig. 51: File type selection
3.
Click the button "Download Firmware".
4.
Select the integrated control with the dialogue window
"Control seletion".
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Fig. 52: Control selection
5.
The dialogue "Confirmation" is displayed.
Fig. 53: Dialoge "Confirmation"
6.
Observe the dialogue instructions precisely.
7.
When you have performed all steps, click the "OK" button.
8.
When the connection to the bootloader is established, the
download will start. The download progress is displayed in the
status bar.
9.
After firmware transmission the "Information" dialogue is
shown.
Fig. 54: Dialog "Information"
10. Observe the dialogue instructions precisely.
11. When you have performed all steps, click the "OK" button.
The download is completed.
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10.6
Download between MBC-111 and MMC-120
Each time the MBC-111B is booted after voltage is switched on
again, software verification is performed between the MBC-111
and the connected motor control device MMC-120. It verifies that
the motor control device has the right software and the right
software version for the MBC-111 application software.
If verification shows that the motor control device has the wrong
software or software version, the correct software is automatically
loaded from MBC-111 to MMC-120. The software can also be
manually loaded from MBC-111 to MMC-120 through the
Windows program MPS-Diag.
Fig. 55: Programming via the MPS-Diag program
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10.7
Reading errors
Reading the error codes right at the MBC-111 or MMC-120 is only
possible after disassembly after removing the outer tube with the
locking element. Therefore, the program MPS-Diag offers the
possibility of reading errors from the MBC-111 and MMC-120
controls through the serial interface.
Fig. 56: Reading MBC-111 and MMC-120 errors
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10.8
Status request
Reading the conditions of the in- and outputs right at the MBC-111
is only possible after disassembly after removing the outer tube
with the locking element. Therefore, the program MPS-Diag offers
the possibility of reading the status of the in- and outputs through
the serial interface.
NOTE!
The states of the DIP switches for parametrisation
of hte CAN bus cannot be read via MPS-Diag. This
is only possible directly at the control. Therefore,
these settings must be checked before the MPS is
assembled!
Fig. 57: Reading states of the inputs and outputs and DIP switches
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11 Maintenance
11.1
Safety
 See also safety notes on page 15, chapter 2.6 "Occupational
safety and special dangers".
General
WARNING
Danger by inappropriate maintenance!
Inappropriate start-up and operation can cause
severe or lethal injuries.
– Only qualified personnel, authorised by the
operator and instructed appropriately, may carry
out maintenance tasks.
– Prior to work, ensure that there is sufficient
assembly space.
– Pay attention to tidiness and cleanness at the
assembly site! Loosely stacked or lying around
components and tools are accident sources.
– If components have been replaced: Pay
attention to correct installation of the spare
parts. Reinstall all fastening elements correctly.
– Before restarting, ensure that all doors locked
properly.
DANGER
Electric voltage
Mortal danger by electric voltage!
Touching live parts can be lethal.
Damage to the insulation or to individual
components can be lethal.
– Switch off the power supply immediately in case
of damage to the insulation and arrange repair.
– Only qualified electricians may carry out work
on the electrical system.
– Switch off power supply and secure against reactivation before performing any work. Test for
absence of voltage!
– Never bypass or deactivate fuses.
– When replacing fuses observe the correct
amperage specification.
– Keep moisture and dust away from live parts.
Moisture or dust may cause a short circuit.
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Personal protective equipment
The following must be worn during maintenance work:
 Work clothes
 Protective gloves
 Safety shoes.
11.2
Cleaning
Aggressive cleaning aids and
substances
NOTICE
Unit damage possible!
Aggressive cleaning agents and substances can
damage or destroy electrical cables and
components.
– Do not use cleaning agents with aggressive
ingredients.
Carrying out cleaning work:
1.
Switch off power supply and secure against restarting.
2.
Remove soiling appropriately.
 Clean stainless steel surfaces and power-coated parts
regularly with a damp cloth and then dry off carefully.
 Clean stainless steel surfaces with an appropriate
detergent. We recommend 3M stainless steel polish. Apply
a thin and even layer of stainless steel detergent and rub
dry using a clean and dry disposable cloth.
 Never use wet cloth.
 Wash off zinc surfaces using water and a soft cloth.
Remove stubborn marks as soon as possible using a
standard commercial detergent for zinc
(e.g. ROTOL New Formula A2).
3.
Absorb lubrication and grease deposits with absorbing
materials.
4.
After cleaning, check that all previously opened covers have
been properly closed and that the functions of any safety
equipment fitted have been restored.
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Maintenance
11.3
Maintenance schedule
The following describes the maintenance work that is necessary for
optimal, trouble-free operation. Maintenance intervals must be
observed.
If increased wear of individual components or functional groups is
revealed during regular inspections, the operator must reduce the
required maintenance intervals on the basis of the actual signs of
wear.
In case of queries regarding the maintenance work and intervals:
contact the authorised dealer or manufacturer (service address à
page 2).
Interval
Maintenance work
To be carried out by
Every 6 months
Visual inspection of the outer motorized
gate for damage. Clean the housing and
repair paint damage as necessary.
Specialist
Check the function of the locking element.
Specialist
Check the attachment of the locking element.
Specialist
For motorized gate in the wing version:
Check the wings for damage
Specialist
Check function of the residual current operated
device
Qualified electrician
Check electrical cables for damage.
Qualified electrician
Check all electrical connections for tight fit.
Qualified electrician
Check signs and labels for legibility.
Specialist
Check foundation attachment.
Specialist
Every 12 months
The electrical tests are to be performed in accordance with the regulations applicable at the installation
site.
Table 8: Maintenance schedule
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Malfunctions
12 Malfunctions
12.1
Safety
This chapter describes possible causes of malfunctions and trouble
shooting tasks.
Contact the manufacturer in case of malfunctions that cannot be
repaired by means of the following information. (For service
address, Refer to page 2)
General
WARNING
Danger of injury from inappropriate
troubleshooting!
Inappropriate troubleshooting can cause severe or
lethal injuries.
– All troubleshooting work must be performed by
specialists or electronics specialists.
– Prior to work, ensure that there is sufficient
assembly space.
– Pay attention to tidiness and cleanness at the
assembly site! Loosely stacked or lying around
components and tools are accident sources.
– Only use original spare parts or spare parts
approved of by DSI. Procure spare parts from
authorised dealers or directly from the
manufacturer. Refer to page 2 for address.
– If components have been replaced: Pay
attention to correct installation of the spare
parts. Reinstall all fastening elements correctly.
– Before restarting, ensure that all doors locked
properly.
Personal protective equipment
The following must be worn during troubleshooting work:
 Work clothes
 Protective gloves
 Safety shoes.
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12.2
Error codes on the logic controller MBC-111
NOTE!
Additionally, dispose of the program "MPS Diag"
for further diagnostics. Here you can read out the
errors via the serial interface.  See page 67,
chapter 10.7
The MBC-111 has an LED display for diagnosis purposes. To read
the LED display, you have to remove the outer tube with the
locking element.
Display error codes
An error code is shown as follows:
 Tens: Flashes slowly
 Ones: Flashes quickly
The error code "62" is displayed as follows:
Examples
 Six slow flashes.
 Two quick flashes.
 After a short break, the error code is repeated.
The error code "02" is displayed as follows:
 Two quick flashes.
 After a short break, the error code is repeated.
There will not be any slow flashing for the tens.
Error code
Fault description
Automatic reset
01
Obstacle detection with runtime monitoring
Yes
02
Emergency entrance is activated
Yes
05
Locking element was pushed into the wrong direction.
Yes
07
Vandalism detection
Yes
12
Voltage supply for external devices at the outputs.
Yes
20
Error MMC control unit
No
21
The MMC control unit's output stage cannot be activated
No
22
Lifeguarding error MMC
No
40
Error during homing
No
41
program code not present
No
50-57
Software fault
No
5C
Temperature too high
Yes
5D
Checksum error EEPROM
No
5E
Checksum error flash
No
5F
Watchdog error
No
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Error code
Fault description
Automatic reset
60
Error when initialising CAN protocol stack
No
61
Error when initialising CAN bus
No
62
CAN servo address fault
No
63
Error download of controller parameters for the MMC-120
No
64
Reserved
No
65
Error I²C-EEPROM
No
66
Software fault
No
70 to 7F
Error when downloading the MMC-120 firmware
No
Table 9: Error code
Self-resetting errors are displayed for no more than 20 seconds if
the error is no longer pending. The error code is shown, however,
as long as the error is pending.
The motorized gate is taken out of operation in case of errors
that are not self-resetting. The error code is displayed continually
until the control is taken into operation again after removal of the
error.
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Spare parts
13 Spare parts
WARNING
Risk of injury by incorrect spare parts!
Incorrect or defective spare parts can result in
damage, malfunctions or total failure and also
impair safety.
– Use only the manufacturer's original spare
parts.
Procure spare parts from your dealer or directly from the
manufacturer. For the address, see invoice, delivery note or the
reverse of these instructions.
Spare part lists can be obtained on request.
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Decommissioning and disposal
14 Decommissioning and disposal
A pedestrian barrier that is no longer usable should not be recycled
as a complete unit, but disassembled into individual components
and recycled according to material types. Non-recyclable materials
have to be disposed of in an environmental-friendly manner.
 Decommissioning, disassembly and disposal of the pedestrian
barrier may only be carried out by specialised staff.
 Disassemble the pedestrian barrier in reverse order from
assembly.
 The pedestrian barrier has to be disposed of in accordance with
the respective country-specific regulations.
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Appendix
15 Appendix
15.1
Electric circuit diagram
The electric circuit diagram is supplied as a separate document.
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Index
Index
A
Adjusting the end stops ......................................39
Assemble MPS column ......................................38
Assembly
Disassemble motorized gate...........................30
motorized gate.................................................28
motorized gate on the foundation ...................29
Assembly and installation
Requirements for assembly ............................26
B
Bracket..........................................................22, 28
Bracket version...................................................19
Button
Hold-open time................................................44
Home position .................................................43
C
CAN bus addressing...........................................42
Cleaning..............................................................70
Commissioning
Initial commissioning.......................................41
Copyright protection .............................................9
Customer service................................................11
D
Decommissioning ...............................................76
Design.................................................................22
Digital inputs .......................................................36
Dimension...........................................................19
Disclaimer ...........................................................10
Disposal ..............................................................76
Drilling jig ............................................................26
E
Electric circuit diagram .......................................78
Electrical connection...........................................33
Technical data.................................................20
Electrical specialists ...........................................14
Emergency .........................................................48
Empty conduits ...................................................26
Environmental protection....................................11
Error codes .........................................................73
F
Firmware download ............................................64
Foundation..........................................................26
Foundation plan..................................................27
Function ..............................................................23
Function description............................................45
Function settings.................................................55
G
General .................................................................7
H
Hazard notes ......................................................16
Homing................................................................45
I
Instructed people ................................................14
Intended use .......................................................12
L
Left motorized gate..............................................23
Limitation of liability...............................................9
Locking element
Bracket version .........................................22, 28
Wing version .............................................22, 28
M
Maintenance .......................................................69
Maintenance schedule........................................71
Malfunctions........................................................72
Mounting
Locking element ..............................................38
O
Occupational safety ......................................15, 16
Operating conditions
Technical data.................................................21
Operating Instructions...........................................7
Operating personnel
Requirements..................................................14
Operator's responsibility .....................................13
P
Parameter settings..............................................55
Performance data
Technical data.................................................21
Personal protective equipment ...........................15
Pictogram explanation ..........................................8
Power supply connection terminals ....................35
program MPS-Diag........................................49
R
Relay outputs......................................................37
Right motorized gate...........................................23
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Index
S
Safety................................................................. 12
Assembly and installation............................... 24
Commissioning............................................... 40
Electrical connection ...................................... 33
Maintenance................................................... 69
Malfunctions ................................................... 72
Scope of delivery ............................................... 10
Setting
Hold-open time via the button ........................ 44
Home position via the button.......................... 43
Spare parts ........................................................ 75
Specialised staff................................................. 14
Specialists
Requirements ................................................. 14
motorized gate
Barrier tube version......................................... 19
Wing version................................................... 20
T
Termination ........................................................ 42
V
Versions ............................................................. 23
W
Warning notes ...................................................... 8
Warranty............................................................. 10
Weight
Technical data ................................................ 21
Wing ............................................................. 22, 28
Wing version ...................................................... 20
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