Garage door operator S 9060 tiga+ S 9080 tiga+ S 9110 tiga+

EN TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL INSTALLATION AND OPERATING MANUAL
Garage door operator
S 9060 tiga+
S 9080 tiga+
S 9110 tiga+
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Dear customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of a product of
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH.
This product has been developed and manufactured under
high standards of quality and with reference to ISO 9001.
Our passion for the product is just as important to us as
the needs and requirements of our customers. We place
particular emphasis on the safety and reliability of our
products.
Read this installation and operating manual carefully and
follow all instructions. This will ensure that you can install
the product safely and optimally and operate it properly.
If you have any questions, please contact your specialist
retailer, installer or contact.
Information on the operator:
Serial No.: Specified on the title page of the installation and
operating manual and on the carriage (warranty label).
Year of manufacture: From 12/2016
Information on the installation and operating manual
Version of the installation and operating manual:
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Warranty
The warranty complies with statutory requirements. The contact
person for warranties is the qualified dealer. The warranty is only
valid in the country in which the operator was purchased. There
is no warranty for consumables such as batteries, accumulators
and safety products as well as bulbs. This also applies for wear
parts.
Contact data
If you require after-sales service, spare parts or accessories,
please contact your specialist retailer, installer or contact:
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Str. 21-27
D-73230 Kirchheim/Teck
www.sommer.eu
info@sommer.eu
Feedback on this installation and operating manual
We have tried to make the installation and operating manual as
easy as possible to follow. If you have any suggestions as to how
we could improve it or if you think more information is needed,
please send your suggestions to us:
+49 (0) 7021 8001 - 403
doku@sommer.eu
Service
If you require service, please contact us on our service hotline
(fee required) or see our web site:
+49 (0) 900-1800150
(0.14 euros/minute from fixed-line telephones in Germany, mobile
prices may vary)
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Copyrights and proprietary rights
The manufacturer retains the copyright for this installation and
operating manual. No part of this installation and operating
manual may be reproduced in any form without the written
permission of SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
or processed, copied, or distributed using electronic systems.
Violations of the above stipulations will lead to damage claims.
All brands mentioned in these instructions are the property of
their respective manufacturer and hereby recognized as such.
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Table of contents
1. About this installation and operating manual
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1.1 Storage and circulation of the installation and
operating manual
5
1.2 Important for translations
5
1.3 Description of the product type
5
1.4 Target groups of the installation and operating
manual
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1.5 Explanation of warning symbols and notes used 5
1.6 Special warnings, hazard signs and mandatory
signs
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1.7 Information regarding the depiction of text
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1.8 Intended use of the operator
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1.9 Improper use of the operator
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1.10 Qualifications of personnel
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1.11 For the user
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2. General safety instructions
2.1 Basic safety instructions for operation
2.2 Additional safety information for the radio
remote control
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3. Description of function and product
3.1 The operator and its mode of operation
3.2 Safety equipment
3.3 Definitions
3.4 Operator response with factory settings
3.5 Product designation
3.6 Explanation of tools used
3.7 Scope of delivery
3.8 Dimensions
3.9 Technical data
3.10 Door types and accessories
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4. Tools and protective equipment
4.1 Required tools and personal protective
equipment
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5.
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Declaration of installation
6. Installation
6.1 Important information on installation
6.2 Preparation for installation
6.3 Installation of the operator system
6.4 Installation of the operator system for
installation versions A and B
6.5 Installation of the operator system for
installation version C
6.6 Installation on the door
6.7 Installing wall control unit
7. Removing and fastening covers
7.1 Cover of carriage
7.2 Cover hood of wall control unit
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8. Electrical connection and special functions
8.1 Connection to a power socket
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9. Commissioning
9.1 Safety information for commissioning
9.2 Initial operation
9.3 Detecting obstacles during force programming
run
9.4 Mechanical adjustment of the end positions
9.5 Attaching information sign and warning signs
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10. Connections and special functions of
the carriage
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10.1 Carriage circuit board
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10.2 Connection options on the carriage
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10.3 Reducing illumination power of LEDs
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10.4 Explanation of radio channels
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10.5 Programming the transmitter
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10.6 Information on Memo
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10.7 Cancelling programming mode
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10.8 Deleting a transmitter button from the radio
channel
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10.9 Deleting transmitter completely from the receiver 50
10.10 Deleting radio channel in the receiver
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10.11 Deleting all radio channels in the receiver
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10.12 Programming a second transmitter
by radio (HFL)
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10.13 Resetting the control unit
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10.14 Setting the DIP switches on the carriage
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10.15 Setting the automatic closing function
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10.16 Open holding time
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10.17 Pre-warning time
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10.18 Priority switching
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10.19 Shortened open holding time for driving
through the photo eye
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10.20 Clearing time
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10.21 12 V output
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10.22 Setting partial opening
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10.23 Deleting partial opening
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10.24 Slip door safety device
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10.25 SOMlink
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11. Connections and special functions of the
wall control unit
11.1 Wall control unit circuit board
11.2 Connection options to the wall control unit
11.3 Setting the DIP switches on the wall control unit
11.4 Information on Memo tiga
11.5 Multi-function relay, MUFU 1 and MUFU 2
11.6 Photo eye and frame photo eye
11.7 Connecting safety contact strip
11.8 Connection options for control device
11.9 ALARM and SAFETY connection
11.10 Installing and removing battery pack
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12. Function test/Final test
12.1 Testing obstacle detection
12.2 Handover of door system
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13. Operation
13.1 Safety information on operation
13.2 Handover to the user
13.3 Operating modes of door movement
13.4 Obstacle detection
13.5 Power-saving mode
13.6 Operation during power failure
13.7 Function of the emergency release
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14. Maintenance and care
14.1 Safety instructions for maintenance and care
14.2 Maintenance schedule
14.3 Care
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15. Troubleshooting
15.1 Safety instructions for troubleshooting
15.2 Troubleshooting
15.3 Time sequences of operator lighting in normal
mode and in case of faults
15.4 Troubleshooting table
15.5 Replacing the carriage
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16. Placing out of operation, storage and disposal
16.1 Placing the operator out of operation and
disassembly
16.2 Storage
16.3 Disposal of waste
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17. Short instructions for installation
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18. Connection diagrams and functions of the
DIP switch
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1. About this installation and operating manual
1.1
Storage and circulation of the
installation and operating manual
Read this installation and operating manual carefully
and completely before installation, commissioning and
operation and also before removal. Follow all warnings
and safety instructions.
1.3
Description of the product type
The operator has been constructed according to state-ofthe-art technology and recognized technical regulations
and is subject to the EC Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC).
The operator is fitted with a radio receiver.
Optionally available accessories are also described.
The actual scope of delivery deviates from this.
Keep this installation and operating manual accessible at
all times at the place of use.
A replacement for the installation and operating manual
can be downloaded from SOMMER Antriebs- und
Funktechnik GmbH at:
www.sommer.eu
In the event of transfer or resale of the door operator to
third parties, the following documents must be passed on
to the new owner:
• This installation and operating manual
• Documents recording retrofitting and repairs
• Proof of regular care, maintenance and testing
• Declaration of Conformity and Handover Report
1.4
Target groups of the installation
and operating manual
The installation and operating manual must be read and
observed by everyone assigned with one of the following
tasks:
• Unloading and in-house transport
• Unpacking and installation
• Commissioning
• Setting
• Usage
• Care and maintenance
• Testing
1.2
Important for translations
This original installation and operating manual was
written in German. The other available languages are
translations of the German version. You can get the
original installation and operating manual by scanning the
QR code:
• Troubleshooting
• Disassembly and disposal
1.5
Explanation of warning symbols
and notes used
The warnings in this installation and operating manual
are structured as follows.
Signal word
Type and source of hazard
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Hazard
symbol
Consequences of the hazard
► Preventing/avoiding the hazard
The hazard symbol indicates the hazard. The signal word
is linked to a hazard symbol. The hazard is classified into
three classes depending on its danger:
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
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There are three different classifications of hazards.
INFORMATION
This symbols indicates that all components
that have been taken out of service must
not be disposed of with household waste,
as they contain hazardous substances. The
components must be disposed of correctly
at an authorised recycling centre. The local
and national regulations must be observed.
DANGER
Describes an immediate danger
that leads to serious injury or
death
Describes the consequences of the
danger to you or other persons.
► Follow the instructions for avoiding or
preventing the danger.
INFORMATION
This symbols indicates that all old
accumulators and batteries must not
be disposed of with household waste.
Old accumulators and batteries contain
hazardous substances. These must
be disposed of properly at municipal
collection points or in the provided
containers of the dealers. The local and
national regulations must be observed.
WARNING
Describes a potential danger of
serious injury or death.
Describes the potential consequences
of the danger to you or other persons.
► Follow the instructions for avoiding or
preventing the danger.
The following symbols are used in the figures and text.
Continue reading the installation and
operating manual for more information.
CAUTION
Describes a potential danger of a
hazardous situation
Disconnect the operator from the mains
voltage.
Describes the potential consequences
of the danger to you or other persons.
► Follow the instructions for avoiding or
preventing the danger.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
The following symbols are used for notes and
information:
Symbol refers to factory settings.
NOTE
Describes additional information and
useful notes for correct use of the operator
without endangering persons.
If it is not observed, property damage or
faults to the operator or door may occur.
INFORMATION
Describes additional information and
useful tips.
Functions for optimum usage of the
operator are described.
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Symbol refers to a smartphone.
30 sec.
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Symbol refers to a period of time,
e.g. 30 seconds.
Special warnings, hazard signs
and mandatory signs
To specify the source of danger more precisely, the
following symbols are used together with the abovementioned hazard symbols and signal words.
Follow the instructions to prevent a potential hazard.
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DANGER
WARNING
Danger due to electric current!
Danger of crushing and shearing!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
► Installation, testing and replacement
of electrical components may only be
carried out by a trained electrician.
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Never put your hand near the door or
moving parts when it is moving.
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
WARNING
Danger for trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
► A second entrance, a release lock or
a Bowden cable for unlocking from the
outside must be installed.
This can be used to free persons who
cannot free themselves.
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts!
Parts of the door may become detached
and fall. If persons or animals are hit,
this may cause serious injury or death.
► The door must not bend, rotate or twist
when opening and closing.
WARNING
Danger of tripping and falling!
Unsafely positioned parts such as
packaging, operator parts or tools may
cause trips or falls.
► Keep unnecessary items away from the
installation area.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare. This will temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
injury.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
WARNING
Danger due to hot parts!
After frequent operation, the motor
and control unit may become hot. If
the cover is removed and hot parts are
touched, they may cause burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe
injuries or death may result.
► Keep clear of the moving door.
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The following mandatory signs inform the user that
actions are required. The requirements described must
be complied with.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
► Wear safety glasses.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
► Wear a safety helmet.
1.8
Intended use of the operator
The operator is intended exclusively to open and close
doors. Any other use does not constitute intended
use. The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage
resulting from use other than intended use.
The user bears the sole responsibility for any risk
involved. It also voids the warranty.
Any changes to the operator must be made with original
SOMMER accessories only and only to the extent
described.
Doors automated with this operator must comply with all
valid international and national standards, directives and
regulations. Examples include EN 12604, EN 12605 and
EN 13241-1.
The operator may only be used:
• in combination with door types in the reference list
which can be found at:
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
► Wear safety gloves.
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• as specified in this installation and operating
manual
• in good technical condition
1.7
1.
Information regarding the
depiction of text
Stands for directions for an action.
• with attention to safety and hazards by trained
users
• when an EC declaration of conformity, CE mark
and a type plate exist for the door system.
⇒ Stands for the results of the action.
Lists are shown as a list of actions:
• List 1
• List 2
1, A 1 A
Number or letter in the figure refers to a
number in the text.
Important text items, for example in directions for actions,
are emphasised in bold.
References to other chapters or sections are in bold and
set in "quotation marks".
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1.9
Improper use of the operator
At:
Any other use or additional use that has not been
described in Chapter 1.8 constitutes improper use. The
user bears the sole responsibility for any risk involved.
The manufacturer's warranty will be voided by:
• damage caused by other use and improper use
• use with defective parts
• unauthorised modifications to the operator
• modifications and non-approved programming of
the operator and its components
The door must not be part of a fire and smoke protection
system, an evacuation path or an emergency exit that
automatically closes the door in the event of fire.
Installation of the operator will prevent automatic closing.
Observe the local building regulations.
The operator may not be used in:
• areas with explosion hazard
• very salty air
• aggressive atmosphere, including chlorine
1.10 Qualifications of personnel
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
medications that can influence their ability to react may
not work on the operator.
After installation of the operator, the person responsible
for the installation of the operator must complete an
EC declaration of conformity for the door system in
accordance with Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.
The CE mark and the type plate must be attached to the
door system. Including if the operator is retrofitted to a
manually operated door. This documentation and the
installation and operating manual must be retained by
the user.
The following is available for this purpose:
• handover protocol for the operator
• Declaration of Conformity
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Qualified specialist for installation, commissioning
and disassembly
This installation and operating manual must be read,
understood and complied with by a qualified specialist
who installs or performs maintenance on the operator.
Work on the electrical system and live parts may be
performed only by a trained electrician in accordance
with EN 50110-1.
The installation, commissioning and disassembly of the
operator may only be performed by a qualified specialist.
The qualified specialist must be familiar with the following
standards:
• EN 13241-1 Doors and gates - Product standard
• EN 12604
Doors and gates - Mechanical aspects Requirements
• EN 12605
Doors and gates - Mechanical aspects - Test
methods
• EN 12445 and EN 12453 Safety in use of power operated doors
A qualified specialist is a person ordered by the installer.
The qualified specialist must instruct the user:
• on the operation of the operator and its dangers
• on the handling of the emergency release
• on regular maintenance which the user can
execute
The user must be informed that other users must be
instructed on the operation of the operator, its dangers as
well as the emergency release.
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The user must be informed about which work must only
be performed by a qualified specialist:
• installation
• settings
• regular maintenance
• repairs
The guideline "Technical regulations for workplaces
ASR A1.7" of the German committee for workplaces
(ASTA) is applicable for commercial use. The guidelines
described must be observed and complied with.
This applies for the use in Germany. In other countries
the user must comply with the applicable national
regulations.
This installation and operating manual as well as the
Declaration of Conformity created for the door system
must be given to the user.
1.11 For the user
The user must note that the installation and operating
manual as well as the Declaration of Conformity created
for the door system must be given to him/her. The CE
mark and the type plate must be attached to the door
system.
The user is responsible for:
• the intended use of the operator
• its good condition
• operation
• instructing all user how to use the door system and
in the associated hazards
• care and maintenance
• tests by a qualified specialist
• troubleshooting in case of faults by a qualified
specialist
The user must keep this installation and operating
manual ready for consultation in the vicinity of the door
system.
The operator must not be used by persons with restricted
physical, sensory or mental capacity or who lack
experience and knowledge. All users must be specially
instructed and have read and understood the installation
and operating manual.
Children must never play with or use the operator, even
under supervision. Children must be kept clear of the
operator. Transmitters or other control devices must
never be given to children.
The user will observe the accident prevention regulations
and the applicable standards in Germany. In other
countries, the user must comply with the applicable
national regulations.
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2.1
Basic safety instructions for
operation
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
The operator must not be used by persons with restricted
physical, sensory or mental capacity or who lack
experience and knowledge. All users must be specially
instructed and have read and understood the installation
and operating instructions.
Children must never play with or use the operator, even
under supervision. Children must be kept clear of the
operator. Transmitters or other control devices must
never be given to children.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
► All safety information must be complied
with.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
► Installation, testing and replacement
of electrical components may only be
carried out by a trained electrician.
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
DANGER
Danger due to use of the operator
with incorrect setting or when it
is in need of repair!
If the operator is used despite incorrect
settings or if it is in need of repair,
severe injury or death may result.
► The operator may only be used with
the required settings and in the proper
state.
DANGER
Danger of hazardous substances!
Improper storage, use or disposal
of accumulators or batteries are
dangerous for the health of humans
and animals.
Serious injury or death may result.
► Accumulators and batteries must be
stored out of the reach of children and
animals.
► Keep batteries and accumulators away
from chemical, mechanical and thermal
influences.
► Do not recharge old accumulators and
batteries.
► Components of the operator as well as
old accumulators and batteries must not
be disposed of with household waste.
They must be disposed of properly.
WARNING
Danger for trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
► Faults must be repaired without delay.
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WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
Actuating the emergency release can
lead to uncontrolled door movement if
• springs are weakened or broken.
• the door has not been optimally
weight-balanced.
Falling parts may cause a hazard.
Severe injuries or death may result.
► Check the weight balance of the door at
regular intervals.
► Pay attention to the movement of the
door when the emergency release is
actuated.
► Keep clear of the movement area of
the door.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe
injuries or death may result.
► Keep clear of the moving door.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
► All danger zones must be visible during
the entire door operation.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving.
In particular, do not reach into the
moving push arm.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once it
is completely open and the traffic light is
green.
► Store the transmitter so that accidental
operation, e.g., by children or animals,
is impossible.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare.
This may temporarily reduce vision.
This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
NOTE
Dispose of all components in accordance
with local or national regulations to avoid
environmental damage.
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NOTE
NOTE
The carriage is supplied with safety low
voltage via the chain and the track.
The use of oil or grease will greatly reduce
the conductivity of the chain, track and
carriage. This may result in faults due to
inadequate electrical contact.
The chain and track are maintenance-free
and must not be oiled or greased.
If the door is not in view and the radio
remote control is actuated, objects in the
movement area of the door may be jammed
and damaged.
The radio remote control can only be used
only if you have a clear view of the door.
NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of
movement of the door.
The user of the radio system is not protected from faults
due to other telecommunications equipment or devices.
This includes radio-controlled systems that are licensed
to operate in the same frequency range. If significant
interference occurs, please contact your appropriate
telecommunications office which has radio interference
measuring equipment or radio location equipment.
For the Declaration of Conformity for the radio see:
2.2
Additional safety information for
the radio remote control
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
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If the door is not visible and the radio
control is operated, crushing and
shearing injuries to persons or animals
may be caused by the mechanism and
safety edges of the door.
► When control elements like the radio
control in particular are operated, all
danger zones must be visible during the
entire door operation.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door or
moving parts when it is moving.
► Only pass through the door only once it
is completely open and the traffic light is
green.
► Store the transmitter so that accidental
operation, e.g., by children or animals,
is impossible.
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3.1
The operator and its mode of operation
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2
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2 (4) x 0,75 mm²
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3
B
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5 x 1,5 mm²
4
2 x 0,75 mm²
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5
4 x 0,75 mm²
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2 x 0,75 mm²
2 x 0,75 mm²
5 x 1,5 mm²
3 x 0,75 mm²
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2 x 0,75 mm²
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Fig. Door structure with operator
A
Interior side
B
Exterior side
1)
Carriage
12) Red-green traffic light, exterior
2)
Red-green traffic light, interior
13) Key switch
3)
Junction box
14) Telecody
4)
Photo eye
5)
Warning sticker
6)
Control unit
7)
Emergency stop
8)
Pull button
9)
Induction loop
Sectional doors and other types of doors can be opened
and closed with the electrically powered operator and its
available accessories. The operator can be controlled
with a transmitter.
The track is mounted on the ceiling and the lintel above
the garage door. The carriage is attached to the door
by a push arm. The carriage moves along the track on
a spring-mounted chain and opens or closes the door.
Access authorisation is indicated by the traffic light signal
red and green phases. The transmitter can be stored in a
holder in the vehicle.
10) Safety contact strip
11) Handheld transmitter
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3. Description of function and product
Additional information on using the operator with different
types of doors or accessories can be obtained from your
specialist dealer.
3.2
Safety equipment
The operator stops and reverses slightly if it encounters
an obstacle. This prevent injury and damage to property.
The door will be partially of completely opened depending
on the setting.
If the power fails, the door can be opened from the
inside by an emergency release or from the outside with
a Bowden wire or emergency release lock. For more
information, contact your specialist dealer.
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3. Description of function and product
3.3
Pre-warning time
Definitions
Programming
The operator programs the path and force required to
open and close the door.
The operator saves these values. The values are saved
even if the power supply fails.
Door OPEN
The door opens or is open.
Door CLOSE
The door closes or is closed.
Interior (IN)
The side in the interior of the garage or car park.
This phase affects the time before opening or closing.
The red traffic light flashes on both sides. The warning
light and the operator lighting of the carriage also flash.
The operator movement is thereby announced. The door
area must be cleared.
Open holding time
The door remains open in this phase. The request side
gets the green phase. The opposite side gets the red
phase. The door can only be opened but not closed by
a command from a button or hand-held remote control.
While the door is being opened, it cannot be stopped by
a command.
Example: If a command is sent while the operator is
closing automatically, it opens completely and the open
holding time is reset.
Exterior (OUT)
The side in the exterior of the garage or car park.
Light signals of the traffic light
Access authorisation is indicated by the traffic light signal
red and green phases.
Clearing time
This phase affects the time after the open holding
time has run out. The red traffic light lights up on both
sides. The operator lighting of the carriage also flashes.
The operator movement is thereby announced. The door
area must be cleared.
Red traffic light for interior
RED INSIDE
Green traffic light for interior
GREEN INSIDE
SOMlink
Red traffic light for exterior
RED OUTSIDE
Green traffic light for exterior
GREEN OUTSIDE
SOMlink makes it possible for qualified specialists
to change many functions and settings on the door
operator. These include force and speed values as well
as operating parameters and other convenient functions.
If you would like to make changes, contact your specialist
dealer.
Request side, interior or exterior
A command is given from this side.
Opposite side, interior or exterior
This side is opposite the request side.
Command from the interior
Button or radio signal give a command to open the
door from the interior. If the door is closed or is in the
door OPEN end position, the green phase is executed,
thereby granting authorisation for drive-through from the
interior. The opposite side gets the red phase.
Multi-function relay (MUFU)
The multi-function relay is a potential-neutral changeover
contact. The multi-function relay can be configured for
other settings using the SOMlink, a smartphone or a
Memo tiga attached to the wall control unit at the factory.
Command from the exterior
Button or radio signal give a command to open the
door from the exterior. If the door is closed or is in the
door OPEN end position, the green phase is executed,
thereby granting authorisation for drive-through from the
exterior. The opposite side gets the red phase.
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3. Description of function and product
3.4
Operator response with factory
settings
Response after a request from the interior and an
additional request from the exterior
1.
Response after power connection
⇒ Door opens.
Both sides: Red phase - no authorisation for
drive-through.
The door is closed and the operator is programmed.
All traffic lights are off. The first movement of motion
is always door OPEN. If the door is already open, the
operator detects this. After a command to the operator,
the request side is granted access authorisation.
The operator closes the door after the open holding time
and clearing time run out.
⇒ Door is open.
⇒ Open holding time starts.
Request side, interior: Green phase authorisation for drive-through.
Opposite side, exterior: Red phase - no
authorisation for drive-through.
Expiration after a command from the interior or
exterior, door CLOSE
⇒ Open holding time set at the factory for the
command from the interior runs out.
The traffic lights give the respective light signals for
access authorisation.
1.
⇒ Clearing time starts.
Operator lighting LED flashes.
Both sides: Red phase – no authorisation for
drive-through.
Command from interior or exterior.
⇒ Door opens.
Both sides: Red phase - no authorisation for
drive-through.
⇒ Door is open.
Command from the interior and subsequent
command from the exterior.
2.
Command from the exterior is initiated.
The request and opposite sides are exchanged here.
⇒ Open holding time starts.
Request side: Green phase - authorisation for
drive-through.
Opposite side: Red phase - no authorisation for
drive-through.
⇒ Open holding time starts.
Request side, exterior: Green phase –
authorisation for drive-through.
Opposite side, interior: Red phase – no
authorisation for drive-through.
⇒ Open holding time set at factory runs out.
⇒ Open holding time set at factory runs out.
⇒ Clearing time for door CLOSE starts.
The operator lighting LED flashes.
Both sides: Red phase - no authorisation for
drive-through.
⇒ Clearing time for door CLOSE starts.
The operator lighting LED flashes:
Both sides: Red phase – no authorisation for
drive-through.
⇒ Door closes.
Both sides: Red phase - no authorisation for
drive-through.
⇒ Door closes.
Both sides: Red phase - no authorisation for
drive-through.
⇒ Door is closed.
Both sides: Traffic lights off.
⇒ Door is closed.
Both sides: Traffic lights off.
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3. Description of function and product
3.5
Product designation
3.6
Explanation of tools used
Tool symbols
These symbols refer to the use of tools required for
installation.
Philips screwdriver
Metal drill 5 mm
Fig. Carriage with type plate and device specifications
Masonry drill 6/10 mm
Fork spanner 10/13/17 mm
Ratchet driver 10/13/17 mm
Other symbols
Drilling depth
Fig. Control unit with type plate and device specifications
The type plate includes:
• type designation
“clic”
Audible engaging or clicking noise
• Item number
• date of manufacture with month and year
• serial number
In case of questions or service please supply the type
designation, the date of manufacture and the serial
number.
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3. Description of function and product
3.7
Scope of delivery
5
4
5a
1
6
10
2
2a
11
15
10
3
18
17
7
11
13
14
16
12
9
12
8
24
22
19
25
23
21
20
26
Fig. Scope of delivery
1)
Wall control unit with Memo tiga, attached at the
factory, and network cable
2)
Track, pre-assembled with 1 x guide idler, chain
and carriage
2a) Isolator, pre-assembled on the chain
3)
Connecting sleeves, 2x
4)
Track, 2x
5)
Plug-in unit, pre-assembled
5a) Plug-in unit, pre-assembled, with control cable,
2-wire, approx. 5 m
14) Hexagonal nut, self-locking M10
15) Hexagonal head screw M10 x 100 mm
16) Emergency release handle
17) Push arm, straight
18) Safety bolt 10 mm, 2x
19) Bolt 10 x 34.5 mm, 2x
20) Door bracket
21) Combination self-tapping screw, 4x
22) Information sticker for garage interior
6)
Ceiling holder, 2-part
23) Installation and operating manual
7)
Perforated strip, angled, 2x
Fixing point for wall control unit:
8)
Screw M8 x 20 mm, 2x
24) S6 plugs, 4x
9)
Hexagonal nut self-locking M8, 2x
25) Washers, 4x
10) S10 plugs, 4x
26) Screw ∅ 4 x 50 mm, 4 x
11) Washer, 4x
When unpacking make sure that all articles are included
in the packages. If anything is missing, contact your
specialist dealer. The actual scope of delivery may vary
depending on the type or customer specifications.
12) Screw 8 x 60 mm, 4x
13) Lintel bracket, 2x
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3. Description of function and product
3.8
Dimensions
257
3327
< 22,5
272
30
3
0
137
111
25
20
< 215
< 2750
35
141
170
0
∼ 600
0
14
Fig. Dimensions (all dimensions are in mm)
3.9
Technical data
S 9060 tiga+
S 9080 tiga+
Nominal voltage
220 V–240 V AC
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Storage locations in radio receiver
S 9110 tiga+
40
Operating time
S3 = 40 %
Operating temperature
–25 ºC to
Emission value according to operating
environment
+65 ºC
< 59 dBA – operator only
IP protection class
IP 21
IP-code
I
Travel length max.
2750 mm
4,942 mm (2 x 1,096 mm)
6,038 mm (3 x 1,096 mm)
7,134 mm (4 x 1,096 mm)
240 mm/s
210 mm/s
180 mm/s
Max. traction and pressure force
600 N
800 N
1100 N
Rated traction force
180 N
240 N
330 N
Max. rated current consumption
1.6 A
1.6 A
2.0 A
Rated current consumption*
0.5 A
0.65 A
0.8 A
Max. rated power consumption
350 A
360 A
450 A
Rated power consumption*
95 W
130 W
150 W
Travel length incl. extension max.
Speed max.**
Power consumption on power-saving mode
<1W
Max. door weight**
Max. door width/
door height
120 kg
160 kg
200 kg
Sectional doors
4,500 mm / 2,500 mm
6,000 mm / 2,500 mm
8,000 mm / 2,500 mm
Swinging doors
4,500 mm / 2,750 mm
6,000 mm / 2,750 mm
8,000 mm / 2,750 mm
Up-and-over doors
4,500 mm / 2,050 mm
6,000 mm / 2,050 mm
8,000 mm / 2,050 mm
Side-sectional doors/
Side-opening doors
2,500 mm / (4,500 mm) /
2,500 mm
2,500 mm (5,750 mm) /
2,750 mm
2,500 mm (6,850 mm ) /
3,000 mm
* Values apply without lighting
** Depending on door and the operating conditions
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3. Description of function and product
3.10 Door types and accessories
A number of accessories are available for the operator.
Here are a few examples:
Door type
Accessories
Accessories Function
Swinging door |
One piece door
No accessories
required
Memo
Attachable memory expansion
Memory for expanding the capacity of
transmitter commands from 40 internal
to 450 external
Sectional door
with track
Sectional door fitting
with curved
push arm*
Lock
Pluggable locking magnet
For mechanical locking of the motor
and therefore improvement of break-in
protection
Alarm/
warning
buzzer
Pluggable buzzer
When a break-in attempt is detected
or, alternatively, when the door moves
towards the door CLOSE position, an
acoustic signal (alarm) is output
Sectional door
Sectional door fitting
with double track without
curved push arm**
Sectional
overhead door
No accessories
required
Roller door,
side-sectional
door
Side-opening/
side-opening
sectional door
fitting **
* Accessories not included in the scope of delivery
** The standard fitting can also be used depending on the
installation type. Custom fittings are not included in the scope
of delivery.
For more information on accessories such as track
extensions, additional locking mechanism, custom fittings
or different transmitters contact your specialist dealer or
see:
www.sommer.eu
The operator may only be used:
• in combination with door types in the reference list
which can be found under certifications.
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4. Tools and protective equipment
4.1
Required tools and personal
protective equipment
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
► Wear safety gloves when deburring or
performing similar work.
Wear your personal protective equipment. This includes
safety glasses, safety gloves and a safety helmet.
5 mm
6 mm
10 mm
10 mm
13 mm
17 mm
10 mm
13 mm
17 mm
2x
Fig. Recommended tools and personal protective equipment
for installation
You will require the tools shown above to assemble and
install the operator. Lay out the required tools beforehand
to ensure fast and safe installation.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
► Wear safety glasses when drilling.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
► You must wear a safety helmet when
installing suspended parts.
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5. Declaration of installation
Declaration of installation
for installation of an incomplete machine in accordance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II, Part 1 B
SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21 - 27
73230 Kirchheim/Teck
Germany
hereby declares that the control units
S 9060 tiga, S 9080 tiga, S9110 tiga, S 9060 tiga+, S 9080 tiga+, S 9110 tiga+
have been developed, designed and manufactured in conformity with the
• Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
• Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU
• Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU
• RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
The following standards were applied:
• EN ISO 13849-1, PL "C" Cat. 2
Safety of machines - safety-related parts of controls - Part 1: General design guidelines
• EN 60335-1, where applicable
Safety of electrical appliances/operators for doors
• EN 61000-6-3
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - interference
• EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - interference resistance
• EN 60335-2-95
General safety requirements for household and similar electrical appliances Part 2: Particular requirements for operators for vertically moving garage doors for
residential use
• 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, 1.2.5, 1.2.6, 1.3.1, 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 documents have been prepared in accordance with Annex VII Part B and are submitted
electronically to the regulators on request.
The operator may only be used:
• in combination with door types in the reference list which can be found at: www.sommer.eu
The incomplete machine is intended for installation in a door system only to form a complete machine as defined by
the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. The door 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.
Kirchheim, 20-04-2016
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Jochen Lude
Responsible for documents
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6. Installation
6.1
Important information on
installation
Please observe and comply with all instructions to ensure
a safe installation.
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
medications that can influence their ability to react may
not work on the operator.
The installation of the operator may only be performed by
a qualified specialist.
This installation and operating manual must be read,
understood and complied with by a qualified specialist
who installs the operator.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
► All safety information must be complied
with.
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
► Ensure that ladders are safely
positioned.
WARNING
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
If a door is incorrectly balanced, springs
may break suddenly. Falling door parts
may cause serious injury or death.
► The door must be stable.
► The door must not bend, rotate or twist
when opening and closing.
► The door must move easily in its tracks.
WARNING
Danger due to falling ceiling and
wall parts!
The operator cannot be installed
correctly if ceiling and walls are
unstable or if unsuitable fastening
materials are used. Persons or animals
may be struck by falling parts of the
wall, ceiling or operator. Severe injuries
or death may result.
► Ceiling and walls must be stable.
► Only use permissible fastening
materials appropriate for the supporting
surface.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Loose clothing or long hair may be
trapped by moving parts of the door.
Severe injuries or death may result.
► Keep clear of the moving door.
Danger for trapped persons!
► Wear tight-fitting clothing.
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
► Wear a hairnet over long hair.
► A second entrance, a release lock or
a Bowden cable for unlocking from the
outside must be installed.
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WARNING
CAUTION
Danger of crushing and shearing!
Risk of injury to hands!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
► Wear safety glasses when deburring.
NOTE
► All danger zones must be visible during
the entire door operation.
If the ceiling and walls are not stable, parts
of the ceiling and wall or the operator may
fall. Objects may be damaged.
Ceiling and walls must be stable.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
NOTE
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
To prevent damage to the door or operator,
use only approved fastening materials
such as wall plugs or screws.
The fasteners must be suitable to the
material of the ceiling and walls.
This applies particularly for prefabricated
garages.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once
it is completely open and the traffic light
is green.
INFORMATION
Ask your specialist dealer if you require
additional installation accessories for
different installation or attachment
situations.
WARNING
Danger of tripping and falling!
Unsafely positioned parts such as
packaging, operator parts or tools may
cause trips or falls.
► Keep unnecessary items away from the
installation area.
► Place all parts where no persons are
likely to trip or fall over them.
► General workplace guidelines must be
observed.
6.2
Preparation for installation
Before installation, you must check whether the operator
is suitable for the door, see also Chapter "3.9 Technical
data".
The operator may only be used:
• in combination with door types in the reference list
which can be found at:
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
► Wear safety glasses when drilling.
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Removal of actuation parts
WARNING
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
If the force setting is too high, persons
or animals in the movement area of the
door may be trapped and pulled along
with the door. Severe injuries or death
may result.
► The force setting is relevant to safety
and must be carefully checked and
if necessary adjusted by qualified
specialists.
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals may be trapped
by straps or cords and pulled into the
movement zone of the door. Severe
injuries or death may result.
► Remove straps and cords used for
mechanical actuation of the door.
Before installation remove:
• all cords or straps necessary to operate the door
by hand.
NOTE
If the weight compensation of door is
incorrectly adjusted, the operator may be
damaged.
• The door must be stable.
Disabling mechanical locks
NOTE
If locks or other locking systems are
installed on a mechanical door, they may
block the operator. This may cause faults
to or damage the operator.
Before the installation of the operator,
all mechanical locking systems must be
disabled.
• It must not bend, rotate or twist when
opening and closing.
• The door must move easily in its tracks.
1.
The mechanical lock on a door with an operator must
be removed or disabled if it is not compatible with the
operator.
Checking mechanical and weight compensation
Check the mechanisms of the door, such as wire
cables, spring sets and other fittings.
ô
ô
ô
ô
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors or complete door panels!
Wires, spring sets and other fittings
can suddenly break. The complete door
panel can fall.
Persons or animals may be struck by
falling parts of the door or the complete
door panel. Severe injuries or death may
result.
Before installation, qualified personnel must
check the following and adapt if necessary:
Fig. 2
2.
Open the door halfway.
⇒ The door must remain in this position.
⇒ The door must be moved easily by hand and must
be balanced.
If the door moves upwards or downwards by itself, the
weight compensation of the door must be adjusted.
► wires, spring sets and other fittings of
the door.
► the weight compensation of the door.
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Emergency release
In a garage without a separate entrance (e.g. slip doors),
the operator's emergency release must be operable from
outside. The emergency release must also be routed to
be accessible from the outside. This can be done with a
Bowden cable or an emergency release lock. Ask your
specialist dealer.
Adjusting the top roll of a sectional door
Fig. Top roll on sectional door
If a manually operated sectional door is retrofitted with an
operator, the position of the top roll must be checked and
adjusted if necessary.
The top roll must be routed up over the curve.
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6.3
Installation of the operator system
The operator may only be installed if the installation
requirements and dimensions are correct.
NOTE
Specify the position for mounting the
operator on the door. Manually open and
close the door several times. The door
must be moved easily.
A manual movement force of 150 N is
applicable for private garage doors and
260 N for commercial doors.
The value is applicable for the entire life of
the door. The door must also be maintained
and inspected as specified by the door
manufacturer.
Selection of the installation version
The scope of delivery offers the option of implementing
the following installation versions.
Check your situation and conditions and select the
optimal installation version for you.
Installation situation A, B and C
Variant A
This version is selected if there is a separate entrance
to the garage. The wall control unit is assembled near a
power socket. The control cable is led at the rear end of
the track, see Chapter "6.4 Installation of the operator
system for installation versions A and B".
Version B
This version is selected when an existing device is being
replaced by a new one and there is already a power
socket or other control lines such as buttons or photo
eyes in this area. The wall control unit on the ceiling is
assembled in the rear area of the track. The control cable
of the plug-in unit is also led at the rear end of the track,
see Chapter "6.4 Installation of the operator system
for installation versions A and B".
Version C
This version is selected when a power socket is located
near the door opening and can be used for the wall
control unit.
The control cable is led at the front end of the track,
see Chapter "6.5 Installation of the operator system
for installation version C".
Fig. Installation versions A, B and C
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6.4
Installation of the operator system
for installation versions A and B
Fig. 3
3.
Attach a track to each of the connecting sleeves.
Fig. 1
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
► Wear safety gloves when working with
unfinished metal parts.
Fig. 4
1.
Open the packages.
Check the contents against the scope of delivery
listed in this installation and operating manual,
see Chapter "3.7 Scope of delivery".
4.
Plug in the plug-in unit with control cable to the
track behind the guide idler.
Lay the chain over the guide idler.
90°
“clic”
90°
“clic ”
Fig. 5
Fig. 2
2.
Remove the two connecting sleeves beside the
carriage and attach to the track on the left and right.
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5.
Rotate the chain 90° and insert it into the chain
holder of the plug-in unit with control cable.
Rotate the chain back 90°.
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10 mm
17 mm
17 mm
7
7
Fig. 6
Fig. 8
6.
8.
Tension the chain to the mark on the plug-in unit
without control cable, see arrow in the detailed
view.
9.
Fasten the two header brackets to the plug-in unit
without control cable with screw and nut.
Plug in the plug-in unit without control cable on
the opposite side of the track.
Fig. 9
90°
±
PP
PP
90°
Fig. 7
NOTE
The chain must be parallel to the track to
prevent damage to the operator.
7.
Rotate the chain 90° and insert it into the chain
holder of the plug-in unit without control cable.
Rotate the chain back 90°.
⇒ The entire chain is attached.
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
10. Turn the track to install the ceiling bracket.
The distance between the rear plug-in unit with
control cable and the ceiling holder should be
100 - 700 mm.
Place the ceiling holder on the track slide into one
another.
11. Screw on the perforated strips. Also observe the
distances for installation to the ceiling or lintel.
⇒ The track is prepared for the remainder of the
installation.
For further assembly, see Chapter "6.6 Installation on
the door".
Fig. Plug-in unit with control cable
NOTE
The plug-in unit with control cable must
not be tensioned.
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6.5
Installation of the operator system
for installation version C
Fig. 3
3.
Attach a track to each of the connecting sleeves.
Fig. 1
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
► Wear safety gloves when working with
unfinished metal parts.
1.
Open the packages.
Check the contents against the scope of delivery
listed in this installation and operating manual, see
Chapter "3.7 Scope of delivery".
Fig. 4
4.
Plug in the plug-in unit without control cable to
the track behind the guide idler.
Lay the end of the chain over the guide idler.
90°
“clic”
90°
“clic ”
Fig. 2
2.
Remove the two connecting sleeves beside the
carriage and attach to the track on the left and right.
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5.
Rotate the chain 90° and insert it into the chain
holder of the plug-in unit without control cable.
Rotate the chain back 90°.
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10 mm
17 mm
17 mm
7
7
Fig. 6
Fig. 8
6.
8.
Tension the chain to the mark on the plug-in unit
without control cable, see arrow in the detailed
view.
9.
Fasten the two header brackets to the plug-in unit
with control cable with screw and nut.
Plug in the plug-in unit with control cable on the
opposite side of the track.
90°
90°
7
7
Fig. 9
±
PP
7
PP
Fig. 7
NOTE
The chain must be parallel to the rail to
prevent damage to the operator.
7.
Rotate the chain 90° and insert it into the chain
holder of the plug-in unit with control cable.
Rotate the chain back 90°.
⇒ The entire chain is attached.
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
10. Turn the track to install the ceiling bracket.
The distance between the rear plug-in unit without
control cable and the ceiling holder should be
100 - 700 mm.
Place the ceiling holder on the track slide into one
another.
11. Screw on the perforated strips. Also observe the
distances for installation to the ceiling or lintel.
⇒ The track is prepared for the remainder of the
installation.
7
For further assembly, see Chapter "6.6 Installation on
the door".
Fig. Plug-in unit with control cable
NOTE
The plug-in unit with control cable must
not be tensioned.
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6.6
INFORMATION
Installation on the door
Since installation on the door is similar for all versions,
installation on the door is only described for versions A
and B.
2.
The arm must be at a max. angle of 30° with the
door closed.
X
X
5–65 mm
min. 35 mm
The distance may be reduced if a door
handle is attached to the middle of the
door. The door must be able to run freely.
½
½
21 mm
70 mm 70 mm
Fig. 1.1 Highest point for swing and up-and-over doors
Fig. 3
X
5–65 mm
min. 35 mm
X
Fig. 1.2 Highest point for a sectional door
Fig. 4
3.
Close the door.
Select the lintel or ceiling for installation. The space
required for ceiling installation is more than 35 mm.
Measure the front of the centre of the door and mark
the door and the lintel or ceiling.
4.
Mark points 70 mm to the right and left of the centre
of the door at the same height on the lintel or ceiling.
10 mm
65 mm
15
INFORMATION
If the distance between the ceiling and the
bottom edge of the track is greater than
245 mm, extend the ceiling holder with
additional perforated strips.
Measure the highest point of the door X depending
on the type of door:
Open the door and measure the closest distance
(min. 35 mm) between the top edge of the door and
the ceiling.
The distance between X and the bottom edge of the
track must be at least 5 mm and no more than 65 mm.
15 mm
30 mm
½
15 mm
30 mm
1.
½
min.
15 mm
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
NOTE
Cover the operator during drilling to
prevent dirt from entering the operator unit
and damaging it.
INFORMATION
If installing on the ceiling, space the drill
holes 15 mm apart if possible. This reduces
the tilting angle of the mounting bracket.
max. 30°
Fig. 2
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INFORMATION
8.
The drilling depth must be considered
concerning the ceiling and wall thickness,
particularly with prefabricated garages.
It may be necessary to reduce the hole
depth.
Only use permissible fastening materials
appropriate for the supporting surface.
5.
Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm deep) in the ceiling
or lintel.
6.
Open the door.
Transfer the mark from the centre of the door to
the ceiling.
10 mm
100-700 mm
Fig. 7
7.
Close the door.
The operator can be mounted on the lintel or the
ceiling.
Lift the track at the front.
Screw the lintel fitting at the front to the lintel
or ceiling with two screws and the washers. Tighten
the screws.
65 mm
13 mm
Fig. 9
9.
13 mm
Align the operator parallel to the running tracks of
the door.
Fig. 10
Align the track parallel to centre of the door at
the rear.
Align the ceiling bracket.
The distance between the rear plug-in unit and the
ceiling holder should be 100 - 700 mm. The ceiling
bracket should be installed between them.
Check the alignment of the track with a spirit level if
necessary.
10. Mark the holes on the ceiling for the ceiling holder.
Drill two holes (Ø 10 x 65 mm deep).
Insert the anchor fittings.
Insert two screws with washers and screw the
perforated strips to the ceiling. Tighten the screws.
⇒ The track is attached to the ceiling.
⇒ The track is attached to the lintel or ceiling.
X
Fig. 11
X
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
HM
Fig. 8
NOTE
The operator must always be installed
parallel to the tracks or the door to prevent
damage to the operator and the rails.
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Rough, projecting metal parts may
cause abrasions and cuts when picked
up or touched.
► Projecting perforated strips must be
sawn off and smoothed to prevent injury.
► Wear safety gloves when deburring.
11. The projecting perforated strips must be shortened.
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13. Pull the emergency release cord once to unlock
the carriage.
Slide the carriage forward to the door.
5 mm
< 1,8 m
Fig. 12
WARNING
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped in a
loop of the emergency release cable and
the door may be accidentally unlocked.
Severe injuries or death may result.
► The included emergency release handle
must be used.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
► You must wear a safety helmet when
installing suspended parts.
NOTE
The emergency release handle may cause
damage, e.g. scratches on the vehicle.
The distance between the garage floor and
the emergency release cord must be less
then 1.8 m.
The emergency release handle must be at
least 50 mm from moving and fixed parts
throughout its complete path.
12. Attach the emergency release handle to the
emergency release cord. If necessary, shorten
the cable or lengthen it with suitable materials if
necessary.
14. Plug the push arm into the door bracket. Insert the
bolt and slide on the safety bolt.
Plug the push arm into the carriage at the front.
Also insert the bolt and slide on the safety bolt.
15. Align the door bracket to the centre of the door.
Mark the holes and drill them (Ø 5 mm).
Fix the door bracket to the door with the hexagon
bolts.
⇒ The push arm is attached to the carriage and
the door.
“clic”
Fig. 16
Fig. 13
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NOTE
The door must not rub on the operator
or tracks. This could damage the operator
or tracks.
The operator must then be offset.
16. Open the door completely by hand.
If the door rubs on the operator or the tracks,
the operator must be offset.
⇒ The guide idler automatically moves with the
carriage.
“clic”
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
NOTE
In case of an emergency release, the door
could independently open or close itself
due to a broken spring or incorrect setting
of the weight balancing. The operator could
be damaged or destroyed.
Check the emergency release regularly.
INFORMATION
It can be locked and released in any door
position.
Fig. 17
NOTE
Do not push the door to the mechanical
stop. This is because the operator will
pull the door against the mechanical stop.
This will apply tension to the door and it
may be damaged.
A clearance of 30 mm is required.
18. Move door to centre position.
⇒ The carriage moves with it.
19. Pull the emergency release cord.
⇒ The carriage is locked.
⇒ The door can only be moved by the operator.
INFORMATION
The guide idler can be subsequently
pushed under the chain and screwed into
the tracks.
Then screw the guide idler tightly to the
track at the respective spot.
17. Tighten the screw on the guide idler with a Phillips
screwdriver without changing its position.
Check the door OPEN end position:
Open the door fully for this. The carriage moves to
the door OPEN position on the guide idler until a
click noise is heard.
⇒ The door OPEN end position is set.
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6.7
Installing wall control unit
NOTE
Do not connect the wall control unit to
the power supply until the installation
is complete to prevent damage to the
operator.
Follow in particular the basic safety instructions listed
below.
DANGER
INFORMATION
Danger due to electric current!
The power cable is approx. 0.6 m long.
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
► All work on electrical components
may only be carried out by a trained
electrician.
INFORMATION
The mains supply line that has been
provided may not be shortened or
extended.
All devices to be connected externally
must have a safe isolation of the contacts
from the mains power supply according to
EC 60364-4-41.
Wiring for external devices must be installed
in accordance with IEC 60364-4-41.
All electrical wiring, particularly the control
cable, must be firmly secured to prevent
displacement.
► Before connecting in the mains power
plug, ensure that the voltage of the
power source corresponds with the
voltage listed on the operator type plate.
Do not plug in the mains plug until the
operator is completely installed.
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
WARNING
>1,6 m
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by control
device.
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► The wall control unit must be installed
within sight of the door.
>1,6 m
Fig. 1
INFORMATION
The drilling depth must be considered
concerning the ceiling and wall thickness,
particularly with prefabricated garages.
It may be necessary to reduce the hole
depth.
Only use permissible fastening materials
appropriate for the supporting surface.
► The wall control unit must not be
installed near moving parts.
► The wall control unit must be installed at
a height of at least 1.6 m.
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1.
Choose a suitable location for the wall control unit
close to an existing power socket.
The maximum length of the control cable is 5 m and
it must not be extended.
Observe the maximum distance between the wall
control unit and power socket of 0.5 m.
The wall control unit must be installed at a height of
at least 1.6 m.
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6. Installation
50 mm
300 mm
Fig. 2
2.
Fig. 5
Loosen the six screws of the control unit housing
and fold the cover to the side.
18
5.
8m
m
Lead the control cable into the wall control unit
through the cable inlet.
Shorten the control cable to no more than 350 mm in
length. Uncover the last 50 mm and strip the wires.
338 mm
Fig. 3: Installation example
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Fig. 6
6.
Lay the control cable up to the gn/rd terminal.
Connect the green wire of the control cable to the
gn terminal.
Connect the red wire of the control cable to the
rd terminal.
7.
Close the housing in reverse order.
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
► Wear safety glasses.
3.
Transfer the fixing points to the substructure.
Drill four holes (Ø 6 x 40 mm deep).
Insert the four anchor fittings.
Affix the wall control unit with four screws and four
washers, align the unit and firmly tighten the screws.
4.
Securely lay the control cable of the plug-in unit
up to the wall control unit and secure to prevent
displacement.
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You can find other connection options such as buttons or
warning light in Chapter "11. Connections and special
functions of the wall control unit".
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7. Removing and fastening covers
7.1
Cover of carriage
Installing cover
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
“clic”
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
Fig. 1
1.
Insert the cover from the front and lock it to the
carriage at the back.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become
hot. If the cover is removed and hot
parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
Removing cover
Fig. 1
1.
Press on the cover lock at the back of the carriage
and remove the cover.
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7. Removing and fastening covers
7.2
Cover hood of wall control unit
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
► All work on electrical components
may only be carried out by a trained
electrician.
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become
hot. If the cover is removed and hot
parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
Fig. 2
2.
Loosen all screws of the control unit housing and fold
the cover to the side.
3.
If a battery pack is used, it must also be
disconnected, see Chapter "11.10 Installing and
removing battery pack":
Installing the cover
1.
After working on the wall control unit, replace the
cover hood in reverse order.
2.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
⇒ The operator is supplied with voltage.
Removing the cover hood
Fig. 1
1.
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Disconnect the operator from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
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8.1
Connection to a power socket
A power socket is required for the electrical connection of
the operator.
A power socket must be installed by trained electricians
only.
The power socket must be protected by a fuse. Local and
national regulations (e.g. VDE) must be observed.
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
medications that can influence their ability to react may
not work on the operator.
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
► All work on electrical components
may only be carried out by a trained
electrician.
► Before connecting in the mains power
plug, ensure that the voltage of the
power source corresponds with the
voltage listed on the operator type plate.
► Do not plug in the mains plug until the
operator is completely installed.
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
∼ 500 mm
Fig. Distance of wall control unit to power socket
Note that the distance between the wall control unit and
the power socket must not exceed 0.5 m.
INFORMATION
The power socket must be installed as
follows:
• within easy reach of the wall control unit
power cable
• easily visible and clear of obstacles
INFORMATION
The power cable is approx. 0.6 m long.
INFORMATION
The mains supply line that has been
provided may not be shortened or
extended.
All devices to be connected externally
must have a safe isolation of the contacts
from the mains power supply according to
EC 60364-4-41.
Wiring for external devices must be installed
in accordance with IEC 60364-4-41.
All electrical wiring, even the control
cable, must be firmly secured to prevent
displacement.
NOTE
Do not connect the wall control unit to
the power supply until the installation
is complete to prevent damage to the
operator.
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9. Commissioning
9.1
Safety information for
commissioning
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe
injuries or death may result.
► Keep clear of the moving door.
► Wear tight-fitting clothing.
► Wear a hairnet over long hair.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare.
This may temporarily reduce vision.
This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of
movement of the door.
INFORMATION
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
The control unit detects a short-circuit
between chain and track and then switches
the operator off.
INFORMATION
If a photo eye is used, it must not be
actuated when starting the programming.
If a photo eye is used as a frame photo eye,
move the door to the centre position.
► All danger zones must be visible during
the entire door operation.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving.
In particular, do not reach into the
moving push arm.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once
it is completely open and the traffic light
is green.
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The factory setting of the DIP switches is OFF, which is
applicable for sectional doors.
INFORMATION
WARNING
Only the following settings of the DIP
switches are allowed.
Danger of entrapment!
12 34
ON
12 34
12 34
2
12 34
► The force setting must be low enough
to ensure that the closing force poses
no risk of injury.
1
12 34
► The operator may only be operated if
a non-hazardous force value has been
set.
DIP switch on
carriage
ON
If the force setting is too high, persons
or animals in the movement area of the
door may be trapped and pulled along
with the door. Severe injuries or death
may result.
► The force setting is relevant to safety
and must be carefully checked and
if necessary adjusted by qualified
specialists.
ON
Before initial operation read this chapter with special
care to ensure that you can make the adjustments to the
operator safely and optimally.
For compliance with EN 13241-0 before initial operation,
the door type must be selected and set on the carriage
with the DIP switch.
ON
Initial operation
ON
9.2
ON
OFF
Automatic
closing function
activated
Automatic
closing function
deactivated
Partial opening
activated
Partial opening
deactivated
3+4
NOTE
Do not use a metal object to set the DIP
switches, because this may damage the
DIP switches or the circuit board.
Use a suitable tool to set the DIP switches,
such as a flat plastic object.
3
INFORMATION
The force setting must be checked after
installation of the operator, see also
Chapter "12.1 Testing obstacle detection ".
The operator may only be used:
4
• in combination with door types in the reference list
which can be found at:
The carriage has an automatic force setting. The carriage
automatically memorizes the required force during the
door OPEN and CLOSE operator movements and stores
it when the end positions have been reached.
INFORMATION
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If a photo eye is connected for door CLOSE
and detected by the control unit, the
close function is automatically activated.
The position of DIP switch 1 on the carriage
is independent of this.
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9. Commissioning
INFORMATION
2.
During initial operation:
• Stay in the garage, particularly when
programming.
After the operator has been connected to the power
supply, its first movement after a pulse is always
door OPEN.
Press the START IN button on the tiga+ control unit.
• Power deactivation is not yet
coordinated to the door and the operator
is in the programming phase.
⇒ The carriage moves slowly to the door OPEN end
position and automatically switches off at the guide
idler.
• The red traffic lights light up in the
interior and the exterior.
⇒ The operator lighting flashes.
INFORMATION
The operating forces can be modified and
adjusted with SOMlink and a smartphone.
START IN
Fig. 3
3.
Press the START IN button on the tiga+ control unit
again.
⇒ The carriage moves slowly in the door CLOSE
direction.
⇒ The operator lighting flashes.
The carriage switches off automatically when it
reaches the factory-set closing force at the door
CLOSE end position.
Fig. 1
⇒ The operator lighting flashes in a different
sequence.
Match the existing power supply with the type plate.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
1.
⇒ The status LED of the carriage flashes green.
⇒ Operator ready for commissioning.
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INFORMATION
Depending on which accessories are
connected, additional LEDs light up for the
respective states on the circuit board of the
control unit.
Fig. 4
4.
START IN
Press the START 1 button on the tiga+ control unit
briefly (< 1 second) to save the end position.
⇒ The operator lighting flashes briefly in a fast
sequence.
The operator automatically starts its
programming process:
Fig. 2
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⇒ The carriage moves automatically to the door
OPEN end position and programs the required
operating force.
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⇒ The carriage automatically moves to the door
CLOSE end position.
If necessary, the carriage moves over the path
several times for programming with a greater door
weight.
3.
⇒ The carriage automatically moves briefly in the
door OPEN direction to program the soft running.
3.1 The process can be repeated until the desired end
position is reached.
Press the START IN button on the control unit
briefly (< 1 second) to save the door CLOSE end
position.
⇒ The door automatically returns to the door CLOSE
end position.
⇒ The carriage automatically moves to the door
OPEN end position.
Fine adjustment:
Press the START IN button on the control unit and
keep it pressed until the carriage jerks briefly.
Release the Start IN button.
⇒ The carriage starts the automatic force
programming run to the door OPEN end position.
⇒ The LEDs of the operator lighting remain steady.
⇒ The carriage starts the automatic door CLOSE
force programming run.
⇒ The LED lights up when the door OPEN end
position has been reached.
Interior: Green.
Exterior: Red.
If an obstacle is detected again, the carriage stops and
reverses a short distance.
⇒ Operator is programmed and ready for use.
1.
⇒ If a photo eye is connected, PHOTO 1 for door
CLOSE, the door automatically closes after the
open holding and clearing time run out.
⇒ The carriage starts without jerking, because the
end position of door is already saved.
⇒ The carriage moves to the end position.
INFORMATION
The carriage stops if the door is difficult
to move. The door mechanism must be
checked, see Chapter "9.3 Detecting
obstacles during force programming run".
It may be necessary to readjust the end positions,
see Chapter "9.4 Mechanical adjustment of the end
positions".
Press the START IN button on the control unit and
keep it pressed.
2.
Release the START IN button on the control unit.
3.
Briefly press the START IN button on the control unit.
⇒ Restart automatic force programming runs.
⇒ On completion of the force programming runs the
carriage automatically moves to the door OPEN
end position.
⇒ The LEDs of the operator lighting remain steady.
9.3
Detecting obstacles during force
programming run
⇒ Operator is programmed and ready for use.
If the door detects an obstacle during the OPEN and
CLOSE door movements and the force programming run
cannot be completed, the door stops.
NOTE
Check the movement path, mechanism,
spring tension and the weight
compensation to prevent damage to the
door system.
1.
Press the START IN button on the control unit and
keep it pressed.
⇒ The carriage jerks briefly and moves in the door
CLOSE direction until the desired end position
has been reached.
2.
Release the Start IN button.
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9.4
Mechanical adjustment of the end
positions
9.5
Attaching information sign and
warning signs
Increasing the closing pressure of the end position
for door CLOSE
Fig. 1.1 Sticker near the stationary control or control unit
Fig. 1
1.
Loosen the screw on the guide idler and move the
guide idler a few millimetres towards door CLOSE.
Tighten the screw again.
2.
The function of the emergency release must be
checked in the door CLOSE end position.
Unlocking must be possible.
Reducing the closing pressure of the end position for
door CLOSE
Fig. 1.2 Sticker on door panel
1.
Attach the warning signs and information sign:
• near the stationary control or control unit
• at eye level at a highly visible section of the door wing
• far from moving parts
2.
Run obstacle detection, see Chapter "12.1.Testing
obstacle detection".
⇒ Initial operation is complete.
Fig. 1
1.
Loosen the screw on the guide idler and move the
guide idler a few millimetres towards door OPEN.
Tighten the screw again.
NOTE
Do not push the door to the mechanical
stop. This is because the operator will
pull the door against the mechanical stop.
This will apply tension to the door and it
may be damaged.
A clearance of 30 mm is required.
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10. Connections and special functions of the carriage
10.1 Carriage circuit board
MAGNET
LIMIT
2
1
14
12 34
ON
16
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
sw
RESET
15
+
ws
RADIO
gn
17
rt
SOMMER
STATUS
Antriebs- u.
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13
12
PCXXXXXXX
BUZZER
SENSO
10
11
4
5
MEMO
USART
MOTION LASER
wh
gn
+12V
+12V br
LW-A
8k2
OSE
3
9
8
7
6
Fig. Carriage circuit board
Overview of connection options
1.
LED, CH 1 - CH 4, red
Display for radio channel
10.
LASER slot, white
Parking position laser terminal
2.
MAGNET slot, green
Lock terminal
11.
MOTION slot, white, 3-pin
Terminal for movement sensor
3.
LIMIT slot, blue
End switch terminal (OPEN)
12.
Terminal for safety contact strip
8k2, OSE
4.
Circuit board label
13.
Terminal for safety contact for the slip door,
potential-neutral
5.
LEDs, operator lighting
12./13. Terminal 12 V DC, 100 mA
6.
MEMO slot
Memo terminal
14.
Status LED, green
7.
USART slot
Interface
15.
Reset button, green
8.
BUZZER slot, black
Warning or alarm buzzer terminal
16.
DIP switches
9.
SENSO slot
Senso terminal
17.
Radio button, red
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MAGNET slot, green
Lock terminal
locking magnet
MAGNET
LIMIT
MEMO slot
Memo terminal,
(red housing)
memory expansion for
450 transmitter commands
USART
MEMO
USART
MEM
BUZZER
SENSO slot
Terminal for Senso
humidity sensor
BUZZER
BUZZER slot, black
Terminal for warning or alarm
buzzer
SENSO
wh
ON LASER
wh
MOTION LAS
SENSO
8K2
SE
E
USART slot
Terminal, e.g.
home automation module
MOTION slot, white
Terminal for movement sensor
SENS
LASER slot, white
Terminal for parking position
sensor
8K2
8K
K2
OSE
E
Function/application example
wh
gn
Function/application example
+12V br
Circuit board
section
Circuit board
section
+12V
10.2 Connection options on the
carriage
Output 12 V DC, max. 100 mA
+ 12 V DC, GND = wh
Power supply for optional
accessories,
e.g finger scanner
For more information on the accessories contact your
specialist dealer or see:
www.sommer.eu
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
► All work on electrical components
may only be carried out by a trained
electrician.
► The accessories must only be
connected if the operator is
disconnected from the power!
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
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8k2
OSE
E
wh
wh
8k2
OSE
OSE safety contact strip
terminal
+12 V = br,
Signal = gn,
GND = wh
wh
gn
gn
8k2
OSE
gn
+12V br
+12V br
+12V br
+12V
+12V
+12V
Safety contact strip 8k2 terminal
Slip door safety device terminal
(Slip door switch, Reed contact
etc.) potential-neutral
contact command
(12 V, 10 mA) NC contact
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INFORMATION
10.3 Reducing illumination power
of LEDs
If no transmission command is received
within 10 seconds of pressing the radio
button, the radio receiver switches to
normal operation.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
The illumination power of the LEDs of the operator
lighting can be reduced during adjustment work on the
carriage.
1.
1.
Press the radio button repeatedly to select the
required channel.
LED
1x
2x
3x
4x
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
Press the radio or reset button briefly one time.
⇒ Illumination power of LEDs reduced.
2.
10.4 Explanation of radio channels
LED
Radio channel
Setting/function
1
CH 1
Multi-function relay,
lighting
2
CH 2
Partial opening
3
CH 3
Request side, exterior
4
CH 4
Request side, interior
INFORMATION
If you want the lighting function via one
of the two multi-function relays, this
function must be configured via SOMlink,
a smartphone and the Memo tiga.
10.5 Programming the transmitter
12 34
ON
RADIO
RESET
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
STATUS
Fig. 1
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Press the desired button on the transmitter until the
previously selected LED (CH 1, CH 2, CH 3, CH 4)
is off.
⇒ LED goes out - programming is complete.
⇒ The transmitter has transferred the radio command
to the radio receiver.
3.
Repeat the above steps to program additional
transmitters.
INFORMATION
Further transmitters cannot be
programmed if all memory slots of the
transmitter are occupied.
If the memory capacity has been reached
All 40 transmitter commands are available for all
channels. If an attempt is made to program additional
transmitters, the red LEDs of radio channels CH 1 - CH 4
flash. If more memory spaces is needed, see Chapter
"10.6 Information on Memo".
10.6 Information on Memo
The memory capacity can be extended to 450 transmitter
commands using the optional Memo accessory part.
When plugging in the Memo, all available transmitters are
transmitted from the internal memory to the Memo and
stored there. The Memo must remain plugged in on the
control unit.
No more transmitters are stored in the internal memory.
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Stored transmitters cannot be transmitted from the Memo
back to the internal memory.
All radio channels, including the memory of the Memo,
can be deleted, see Chapter "10.11 Deleting all radio
channels in the receiver".
INFORMATION
Delete the Memo on a new operator.
Otherwise, all stored transmitters of
an operator are deleted and must be
reprogrammed.
10.9 Deleting transmitter completely
from the receiver
1.
Press and hold the radio button for 20 seconds.
⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
2.
After another 5 seconds the flash sequence changes
to flashing.
3.
Release the radio button.
⇒ The radio receiver is in deletion mode.
4.
Press any button on the transmitter that is being
deleted.
10.7 Cancelling programming mode
⇒ LED goes out.
1.
⇒ The deletion procedure is completed.
Press the radio button until all LEDs are out or make
no input for 10 seconds.
⇒ Programming mode is cancelled.
Repeat for additional transmitters as required.
10.8 Deleting a transmitter button from
the radio channel
1.
Press the radio button repeatedly to select the
required radio channel.
Press and hold the radio button for 15 seconds.
LED
1x
2x
3x
⇒ The transmitter is deleted from the radio receiver.
4x
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
10.10 Deleting radio channel in the
receiver
1.
LED
4.
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Repeat the process for additional buttons as
required.
4x
CH 4
⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
⇒ After another 5 seconds the flash sequence
changes to flashing.
⇒ After another 5 seconds, the LED of the selected
radio channel remains steady.
Press the transmitter button for which the radio
command is to be deleted in the radio receiver.
⇒ The deletion procedure is ended.
3x
CH 3
⇒ The radio receiver is in deletion mode.
⇒ LED goes out.
2x
CH 2
Release the radio button.
3.
1x
CH 1
⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
2.
Press the radio button repeatedly to select the
required radio channel.
Press and hold the radio button for 25 seconds.
2.
Release the radio button.
⇒ The deletion procedure is ended.
⇒ All programmed transmitters on the selected radio
channel are deleted from the radio receiver.
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10.11 Deleting all radio channels in the
receiver
1.
1
3
2
Press and hold the radio button for 30 seconds.
⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
B
A
⇒ After another 5 seconds the flash sequence
changes to flashing.
⇒ After another 5 seconds, the LED of the selected
radio channel remains steady.
⇒ After another 5 seconds all LEDs light.
2.
Release the radio button.
Fig. 1
1.
⇒ All LEDs are off after 5 seconds.
Press buttons 1 + 2 of a programmed transmitter (A)
for 3 - 5 seconds until the LED lights up on the
transmitter.
⇒ All programmed transmitters are deleted from the
receiver.
⇒ The operator lighting flashes.
⇒ Receiver is completely deleted, this also applies if
the Memo is plugged in.
⇒ If a radio command is not transmitted within
another 30 seconds, the radio receiver switches
over to normal mode.
10.12 Programming a second transmitter
by radio (HFL)
2.
Release buttons 1 + 2 of the transmitter (A).
3.
Press any key, e.g. (3) on the new transmitter (B) to
be programmed.
⇒ The LEDs of the operator lighting remain steady.
Prerequisites for teach-in by radio
A transmitter must already be programmed on the radio
receiver. The transmitters used must be identical. So, for
example, a Pearl can only be programmed on a Pearl
and a Pearl Vibe on a Pearl Vibe.
The key assignment of transmitter (A) that put the radio
receiver into teach-in mode by radio is used for the new
transmitter (B) that is to be programmed.
Example:
1.
Fig. for 3.
Button 1 on radio channel 1 and button 2 on radio
channel 2 have been programmed by transmitter (A).
⇒ The newly-programmed transmitter (B) adopts
the key assignment of transmitter (A): Button 1 on
radio channel 1 and button 2 on channel 2.
⇒ Transmitter (B) has been programmed.
10.13 Resetting the control unit
1s
5s
Reset of the
safety inputs
10 s
Force values
deleted
15 s
Factory
Position
values and settings
frame photo restored
eye deleted
Fig. Overview of the time sequence of the carriage status LED
when pressing the green reset button
Restrictions
The targeted teach-in of a selected transmitter button on
a radio channel is not possible.
12 34
ON
RADIO
RESET
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
STATUS
Fig. 1
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INFORMATION
NOTE
All operator parameters are reset to
the factory settings by a factory reset.
All settings by SOMlink and smartphone
are also reset.
The DIP switches can only be manually
reset.
Do not use a metal object to set the DIP
switches, because this may damage the
DIP switches or the circuit board.
The DIP switches can be set with a narrow,
flat plastic object.
INFORMATION
Reset of the safety device
Only the following settings of the DIP
switch are allowed.
Press the green reset button for 1 second.
⇒ Reset of the safety inputs.
DIP switch on
carriage
⇒ Subsequently attached safety inputs are detected.
12 34
12 34
Press the green reset button on the carriage for
10 seconds until the green status LED flashes quickly.
12 34
1.
12 34
Deleting force and position values
12 34
2
ON
⇒ Force values are deleted.
ON
Press the green reset button on the carriage for
5 seconds until the green status LED flashes slowly.
ON
1.
1
ON
Deleting the force values
ON
1.
ON
OFF
Automatic
closing function
activated
Automatic
closing function
deactivated
Partial opening
activated
Partial opening
deactivated
3+4
⇒ Force and position deleted.
⇒ Frame photo eye deleted.
Factory reset
3
1.
Press the green reset button on the carriage for
15 seconds until the green status LED goes out.
⇒ Factory settings are restored.
10.14 Setting the DIP switches on the
carriage
4
Special functions can be set up with the DIP switches on
the carriage.
For compliance with EN 13241-0 before initial operation,
the door type must be selected and set on the carriage
with the DIP switch.
10.15 Setting the automatic closing
function
The factory setting of the DIP switches is "OFF", which is
applicable only for sectional doors.
When automatic closing is activated, the door is opened
by a pulse.
The door moves to the door OPEN end position.
The door closes automatically after the open holding
time. With the factory settings, the door also closes
automatically from the partial opening position when the
automatic closing function is activated.
If a photo eye is connected, the "Automatic closing"
operating status is activated as a requirement.
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WARNING
Risk of injury during
automatic closing!
Automatically closing doors can injure
people or animals in the movement area
of the door when the door is closing.
Serious injury or death may result.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
During the open holding time, the request side, which
gave the open command, receives the green phase.
The open holding time is restarted after every additional
command.
Example: If a command is sent while the operator is
closing automatically, it opens completely and the open
holding time is reset.
INFORMATION
The open holding time set at the factory
is 30 seconds from the end position and
60 seconds from partial opening.
These values can be changed and set via
SOMlink and a smartphone.
Values in the range of 10-240 seconds can
be selected for the open holding time.
The values are 1-255 seconds for partial
opening.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving.
In particular, do not reach into the
ceiling holder or the push arm.
► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
1.
The open holding time of the door is 30 seconds.
Every new command within 30 seconds restarts
the open holding time. The door opens by pressing
button 1 on the transmitter.
The door movement cannot be stopped with the
transmitter.
2.
The door closes automatically after 30 seconds.
The closing movement can be stopped by a
command with the transmitter.
NOTE
If the door is not in view and the operator is
actuated, objects in the movement area of
the door may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of
movement of the door.
INFORMATION
The door opens completely if it hits an
obstacle.
INFORMATION
Operation with automatic closing must
comply with EN 12453. This is a legal
requirement.
National regulations must be observed in
non-European countries.
A photo eye must be connected.
Bridging the safety inputs with wire bridges
is not permitted.
10.16 Open holding time
The open holding time is the time during which the door
remains open after reaching the door OPEN end position
until it automatically closes.
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⇒ Door opens completely - after reversal of direction.
3.
The door starts the closing process again after
30 seconds.
⇒ Door CLOSE.
INFORMATION
The factory setting is fully automatic
closing with a set open holding time of
30 seconds. The open holding time starts
at the door OPEN end position and from
partial opening.
When driving through, the photo eye is
activated and the open holding time is
shortened to 5 seconds.
This setting and the selection of semiautomatic closing can be adjusted via
SOMlink and with a smartphone.
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10.17 Pre-warning time
In the pre-warning time, the red traffic light blinks on both
sides before opening or closing the door. The warning
light and the operator lighting of the carriage also flash.
No pre-warning time is activated in the factory settings.
INFORMATION
The pre-warning time can be separately
activated and adjusted for door OPEN
and door CLOSE with SOMlink and a
smartphone.
The setting range is 0-65 seconds.
The progress of the pre-warning time is
displayed by the flashing operator lighting
and the warning light.
10.18 Priority switching
Priority switching is used when entry from the exterior
request side has a higher priority than that of the interior
request side - for the exit. For example, when there is a
very short entry and the car protrudes into the street.
If the interior request side has the green phase and a
command comes from the exterior request side, the
interior green phase is terminated.
After the clearing time (factory setting: 10 seconds),
the exterior request side receives the green phase.
INFORMATION
Shortening the open holding time can be
deactivated and changed with SOMlink and
a smartphone.
The setting range is 5- 65 seconds. When
shortening of the open holding time is
deactivated, the set open holding time of
the automatic closing function is restarted
when driving through the photo eye.
10.20 Clearing time
The clearing time starts after the open holding time runs
out. During clearing time, the red traffic lights light up and
the drive lighting on the carriage also flashes.
Persons or vehicles which had the green phase on the
request side (interior/exterior) must clear the entrance
during this time.
INFORMATION
The clearing time is 10 seconds (factory
setting) and can be changed by SOMlink
and a smartphone.
The setting range is 1- 60 seconds.
INFORMATION
Priority switching can be activated and
adjusted with SOMlink and a smartphone.
10.19 Shortened open holding time for
driving through the photo eye
Shortening of the open holding time after driving through
the photo eye is activated in the factory settings and is
5 seconds.
⇒ Door is in the door OPEN end position.
⇒ The photo eye is crossed.
⇒ Shortening of the open holding time is now
activated.
Door closes for 5 seconds after passing through
photo eye.
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INFORMATION
10.21 12 V output
The automatic closing function must be
deactivated in order to program the partial
opening function.
This output can be used for the power supply of external
accessories. 12V DC max. 100 mA are available for them.
8K2
8K
K2
OSE
E
When the door has reached the partial
opening position, the red traffic lights light
up on both sides of the door.
wh
gn
+12V br
+12V
INFORMATION
Fig. Output 12 V
Terminal block
Function
br = +12 V DC
Output 12 V DC,
max. 100 mA
wh = GND
External consumers can be connected in this operating
mode, for example a finger scanner on the door panel. In
this operating mode, power-saving mode is not available
and must be deactivated, see Chapter "13.5 Powersaving mode".
1.
Close the door completely up to the door CLOSE
end position.
2.
Press the radio button repeatedly to select radio
channel CH 2 and to program the function to the
desired transmitter button.
3.
Set DIP switch 2 on the carriage to ON.
4.
Press the desired button on the transmitter for the
partial opening function.
⇒ The door moves in door OPEN direction.
5.
⇒ The door stops at the desired position.
⇒ The partial opening function is programmed.
INFORMATION
Power-saving mode must be deactivated
for this operating mode. Set DIP switch 3
on the wall control unit to ON.
Press the desired button on the transmitter again to
stop it.
6.
Press the button on the transmitter again.
7.
The door moves to the door CLOSE end position.
⇒ The partial opening function is programmed.
10.22 Setting partial opening
This function partially opens the door.
Example:
A side-opening sectional door can be opened to allow
a person to pass through. The partial opening can be
used via radio control system or button 2, see Chapter
"11.8 Connection options for control device".
10.23 Deleting partial opening
1.
Set DIP switch 2 on the carriage to OFF.
2.
Open the door completely up to the door OPEN end
position.
⇒ Partial opening is deleted.
To program a new position, see Chapter "10.22 Setting
partial opening".
INFORMATION
The specified partial opening can be from
any position of the door.
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10.24 Slip door safety device
10.25 SOMlink
The slip door safety device prevents operation of the
door with open slip doors.
SOMlink makes it possible for qualified specialists
to change many functions and settings on the door
operator. These include force and speed values as well
as operating parameters and other convenient functions.
1.
The slip door safety device must be installed so that
the switch reliably detects the open doors. Do not
install the slip door safety device on the hinge
side. Also see the separate "Slip door" installation
instructions.
2.
Connect the slip door safety device on the terminal
block on the carriage. The contact command is
at 12 V/10 mA. The normally closed contact is
potential-neutral.
3.
Check the slip door safety device function.
INFORMATION
If you would like to make changes, contact your specialist
dealer.
INFORMATION
SOMlink is a combination of an additional
device and a web-based application for
changing door operator functions.
Since safety-relevant values can also be
changed, SOMlink is only sold to qualified
specialists.
All changes to settings by the SOMlink are
logged.
If the slip doors are opened, the operator
lighting on the carriage switches on. If the
doors close, the operator lighting lights up
for the set burning time and then switches
off. The burning time can be modified with
SOMlink and a smartphone.
INFORMATION
If the slip door remains open longer than
60 minutes, the operator lighting switches
off automatically after 60 minutes.
This value cannot be changed.
INFORMATION
If the control receives a new command
with the slip doors open, the LEDs of the
operator lighting change from permanent
to blinking light.
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11. Connections and special functions of the
wall control unit
11.1 Wall control unit circuit board
1
N
N
3
4
L`
~ 24 V AC
MEMO
L
2
5
1,6 AF
20
M- M+
rd
gn
24V EXT
7
8
9
10
IN
15
INDUCTOR
11
14
COM
24V
PHOTO 1
GND
RX
Signal
24V
TX GND
8k2
OSE
wh
8k2
OSE
wh
+24V
br
gn
PHOTO 2
+24V
br
gn
24V
SOMMER
Antriebs- u. Funktechnik GmbH
IN
16
START IN
COM
17
SAFETY ALARM
18
STATUS
OUT
19
GND
OUT
CLOCK
MUFU 1
ON
21
ACCU
TIGA-A-1
PCxxxxxxx
24V
GND
Signal
22
1234
23
MUFU 2
M
65
RED GREEN RED GREEN
INSIDE
13
OUTSIDE WARNING
12
Fig. Wall control unit circuit board
A connection diagram can be found in Chapter "18. Connection diagrams and functions of the DIP switch".
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wall control unit
Connection options to the wall control unit
1.
2-pin terminal block
Supply voltage
220 - 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
12 10-pin terminal block
• Traffic light for red, interior, with status LED, red
24 V DC, max. 7 W
• Traffic light for green, interior, with status LED,
green
24 V DC, max. 7 W
• Traffic light for red, exterior, with status LED, red
24 V DC, max. 7 W
• Traffic light for green, exterior, with status LED, green
24 V DC, max. 7 W
2
2-pin terminal block
Transformer primary side
220 - 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
3
Glass tube fuse 1.6 AF
4
2-pin terminal block
Transformer secondary side
24 V AC
5
MEMO slot
Memo tiga
Factory setting
• Warning light, 24 V, max. 3 W, with status LED,
orange
13 4-pin PHOTO 1 terminal block
2- or 4-wire photo eye 1 (door CLOSE direction)
24 V DC, max. 100 mA,
with status LED, orange
14 6-pin PHOTO 2 terminal block
4-wire photo eye 2 (door CLOSE direction)
24 V DC, max. 100 mA,
with status LED, orange
15 6-pin terminal block
Safety contact strip (OSE/8k2),
12 V, max. 100 mA
with status LED, orange
16 4-pin IN/OUT button terminal block
Potential-free
• Request side, interior
• Request side, exterior
6
7
ACCU slot
Terminal for battery pack
2-pin terminal block
Chain and track
24 V DC
8
Output, external accessories
24 V, max. 300 mA
9
MUFU 1 terminal block
Multi-function relay 1
potential-neutral changeover contact,
max. 60 V DC, 5 A
with status LED, green
3-pin CLOCK terminal block
potential-neutral, timer contact
with status LED, orange
10
11
58
2-pin INDUCTOR terminal block
potential-neutral, induction loop contact
with status LED, orange
with status LEDs, orange
17 Start IN
Start button for interior
18 2-pin SAFETY terminal block
potential-neutral,
E.g.: for emergency stop
with status LED, green
19 ALARM terminal block
With status LEDs, green
20 Status LED
With status LEDs, green
21 DIP switches
22 MUFU 2 terminal block
Multi-function relay 2
potential-neutral changeover contact,
max. 250 V AC, 5 A or 24 V DC, 5 A
with status LEDs, green
23 Circuit board label
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wall control unit
11.2 Connection options to the wall
control unit
INFORMATION
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
INFORMATION
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by a button.
Persons who cannot see the door and
are in the range of movement of the
mechanism or the closing edges may be
injured by crushing or shearing.
► Only install the switch in view of the
door.
The power cable is approx. 0.6 m long.
The maximum cable length for connected
accessories is 25 m.
INFORMATION
If a photo eye is used, it must not be
actuated when starting the programming.
If a photo eye is used as a frame photo eye,
move the door to the centre position.
► Do not press the button unless the door
is in view.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become
hot. If the cover is removed and hot
parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
NOTE
Never lay the control cable along a power
line. This can lead to malfunctions in the
control unit.
Note the length of the control cable and
install it correctly.
INFORMATION
The control unit detects a short-circuit
between chain and track and then switches
the operator off. If the short circuit is no
longer present, the operator runs normally
again.
INFORMATION
Control or regulating units in a fixed
position must be mounted within sight of
the door at a height of at least 1.6 m.
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2-pin terminal block
Transformer primary side
220 - 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
L`
OUT
Function/application
example
3-pin terminal block
CLOCK
potential-neutral
timer contact
IN = interior request side
OUT = exterior request side
With status LED, orange
2-pin terminal block
Transformer secondary
side
24 V AC
MEMO
~ 24 V AC
MEMO slot
Memo tiga
(black housing)
installed at the factory
EEPROM for configuration
data from multi-function
relay 1 and 2 (MUFU1 and
MUFU2)
3-pin terminal block
INDUCTOR
potential-neutral,
induction loop contact
interior request side
with status LED, orange
10-pin terminal block, traffic light and warning light
Traffic light for red, interior
24 V DC, max. 7 W
with status LED, red
RED GREEN RED GREEN
INSIDE
DE
OUTSIDE WARNING
Traffic light for green, interior
ACCU
ACCU slot
Terminal for battery pack
INDUCTOR
IN
N
CLOCK
CK
2-pin terminal block
Supply voltage
220 - 240 V AC 50/60 Hz
N
Circuit board section
OUT IN
L
Function/application
example
CLOCK
CL
Circuit board section
24 V DC, max. 7 W
with status LED, green
GND
ACC
T
MUFU 1
24V
24V EXT
M- M+
T rd gn
M
RED G
GREEN RED GREEN
INSIDE
INSI
OUTSIDE WARNING
60
2-pin terminal block
Chain and track
24 V DC
gn + = track
rd – = chain
2-pin terminal block
24 V output
power supply
for external accessory
output,
24 V DC, max. 300 mA
3-pin terminal block
MUFU 1
Multi-function relay 1
potential-neutral changeover
contact,
max. 60 V DC, 5 A
with status LED, green
Traffic light for red, exterior
24 V DC, max. 7 W
with status LED, red
RED GREEN RED GREEN
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
TSIDE WARNING
Traffic light for green,
exterior
RED GREEN RED G
GREEN
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
OUT
WARNING
24 V DC, max. 7 W
with status LED, green
Warning light
24 V DC, max. 3 W
with status LED, orange
RED GREEN RED GREEN
INSIDE
OUTSIDE WARNING
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Circuit board section
Function/application
example
4-pin PHOTO 1 terminal block
COM
GND
Signal
8k2
OSE
O
E
wh
wh
+24V
br
gn
+24V
br
gn
8k2 safety contact strip for
door OPEN
With status LEDs, orange
8
8k2
O
OSE
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wh
wh
+24V
br
gn
br
gn
OSE safety contact strip for
door CLOSE
+24 V DC = br
Signal = gn
GND = wh
+24 V DC, max. 50 mA
with status LEDs, orange
OSE safety contact strip for
door OPEN
+24 V DC = br
Signal = gn
GND = wh
+24 V DC, max. 50 mA
with status LEDs, orange
4-pin terminal block
Control device
potential-neutral
IN = interior request side
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
SAF
OUT = exterior request side
with status LEDs, orange
Start IN
Start button
for interior
with status LED, green
2-pin terminal block
SAFETY
potential-neutral,
E.g.: for emergency stop
with status LED, green
OUT
8k2
O
OSE
wh
br
gn
wh
8k2
OSE
O
SE
+24V
+24V
br
gn
8k2 safety contact strip for
door CLOSE
with status LED, orange
AFETY ALARM
COM
GND
RX
Signal
24V
24V
TX GND
6-pin 8k2 terminal block
8k2
OSE
START IN
SAFETY ALA
4-wire photo eye
for door OPEN
With status LED, orange
TX (transceiver)
+24 V DC
GND
RX (receiver)
+24 V DC
GND
Signal
COM
24 V DC, max. 100 mA
wh
8k2
O
OSE
6-pin PHOTO 2 terminal block
PHOTO 2
8
8k2
O
OSE
+24V
+24V
br
gn
+24V
V
br
gn
4-wire photo eye
for door CLOSE
24 V DC, max. 100 mA
+24 V
GND
Signal
COM
with status LED, orange
PHOTO 1
8k2
OSE
SAF
COM
Signal
GND
24V
Signal
COM
with status LED, orange
Function/application
example
6-pin OSE terminal block
2-wire photo eye (SOMMER)
for door CLOSE
Any polarity
PHOTO 1
24V
Circuit board section
2-pin terminal block
ALARM
potential-neutral,
E.g.: for fire alarm system
contact
with status LED, green
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wall control unit
Function/application
example
Status LED, green
12
ON
Circuit board section
11.3 Setting the DIP switches on the
wall control unit
Special functions can be set up with the DIP switches on
the wall control unit. All DIP switches are set to "OFF" in
the factory settings.
STATUS
NOTE
1234
ON
DIP switches
Do not use a metal object to set the DIP
switches, because this may damage the
DIP switches or the circuit board.
Use a suitable tool to set the DIP switches,
such as a flat plastic object.
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MUFU 2
TATUS
3-pin terminal block
MUFU 2
Multi-function relay 2
potential-neutral changeover
contact,
max. 250 V AC, 5 A or
max. 24 V DC, 5 A
with status LED
INFORMATION
Only the following settings of the DIP
switches are allowed.
DIP switches on
the wall control
unit
1234
ON
1
1234
ON
2
1234
ON
3
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1234
ON
4
ON
OFF
The red traffic
light is on when
the door is
closed
The red traffic
light is off when
the door is
closed
Date opens
immediately
with timer
command
Door does not
open with a
timer command
until after a
pulse
Continuous
Power-saving
power to the
mode activated
complete
system activated
Door opens
automatically if
battery is low
Door does
not open
automatically if
battery is low
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11.4 Information on Memo tiga
9.
Disconnect the SOMlink from the mains voltage.
At the factory, the Memo tiga is attached to the wall
control unit in the Memo slot. It creates the configuration
memory for the multi-function relay settings. Separate
settings can be made in this way.
1.
Disconnect the operator from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
2.
Open the wall control unit,
see Chapter "7.2 Wall control unit cover".
Fig. for 10.
10. Disconnect the Memo tiga from the SOMlink.
O
MEM
O
MEM
Fig. for 3.
3.
Remove the Memo tiga (black housing) from
the wall control unit circuit board, see Chapter
"11.1 Wall control unit circuit board“.
Fig. for 11.
11. Attach the Memo to the circuit board of the wall
control unit.
12. Close the wall control unit,
see Chapter "7.2 Wall control unit cover".
13. Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
14. Check the settings made and adjust them if
necessary.
Fig. for 4.
4.
Plug the Memo tiga into the provided slot on the
SOMlink.
5.
Connect the SOMlink to the mains voltage.
6.
Establish a connection to SOMlink with a
smartphone, see separate SOMlink installation
instructions.
7.
Select and confirm the Memo tiga icon via the
smartphone.
8.
Select the respective multi-function relay.
Select and confirm the desired functions.
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wall control unit
11.5 Multi-function relay, MUFU 1 and
MUFU 2
The two multi-function relays (MUFU 1 and MUFU 2) can
be used for various functions, e.g. operating additional
outside lighting or door status display.
INFORMATION
The functions of the two multi-function
relays can be changed by SOMlink, a
smartphone and a Memo tiga.
10 additional configurations are available
per multi-function relay, for example for the
lighting function.
Time can also be set for timer operation.
T
MUFU 1
ACC
Multi-function relay 1 (MUFU 1)
Fig. LED for MUFU 1
Fig. MUFU 1
The status LED for MUFU 1 lights up green when the
relay is energised.
NOTE
Multi-function relay 2 contact is a potentialneutral changeover contact and may only
be loaded with max. 250 V AC, 5 A or max.
24 V DC, 5 A .
The "Pulse for 1 second when starting motor" function is
set at the factory:
⇒ Multi-function relay 2 outputs a pulse of 1 second
every time the motor starts.
11.6 Photo eye and frame photo eye
Alternatively a 2-wire photo eye from SOMMER
Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH or a 4-wire photo
eye can be connected to the control system. During
commissioning, the control system automatically detects
which version it is and sets itself to that version.
INFORMATION
If a photo eye is connected for door CLOSE
and detected by the control unit, the
close function is automatically activated.
The position of DIP switch 1 on the carriage
is independent of this.
INFORMATION
NOTE
Multi-function relay 1 contact is a potentialneutral changeover contact and may only
be loaded with 60 V DC, 5 A.
The door status display function is activated in the factory
settings:
⇒ Relay activates during door movement and if the
door is open.
⇒ Relay deactivates when the door CLOSE end
position has been reached.
INFORMATION
During commissioning of the photo eye
or the frame photo eye, it must not be
triggered by persons or objects.
INFORMATION
If a photo eye is used as a frame photo eye
on the door, move the door to the centre
position.
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MUFU 2
Multi-function relay 2 (MUFU 2)
If a photo eye is retrofitted on a
programmed system, the control system
must be reset, see Chapter "10.13 Resetting
the control unit".
Fig. MUFU 2
Fig. LED for MUFU 2
The status LED for MUFU 2 lights up green when the
relay is energised.
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wall control unit
2-wire photo eye for door CLOSE (PHOTO 1)
Function
+24 V DC
GDN
Voltage supply | Power
supply
SIGNAL
Potential-free relay contact
COM
The 4-wire photo eye was interrupted in the door CLOSE
(PHOTO 1) direction of motion:
COM
Signal
GND
24V
PHOTO 1
Terminal block
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during the interruption.
⇒ The operator stops gently and opens the door
completely.
Fig. 2-wire photo eye connection
Connect the 2-wire photo eye for door CLOSE to the
terminal block (PHOTO 1). The polarity is optional.
The status LED (PHOTO 1) lights up orange when the
photo eye has been detected by the control unit.
⇒ The door closes automatically after the open
holding and clearing time.
Use as frame photo eye
COM
The 2-wire photo eye (PHOTO 1) is interrupted in the
door CLOSE direction of motion:
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during the interruption.
⇒ The operator stops gently and opens the door
completely.
⇒ The door closes automatically after the open
holding and clearing time.
4-wire photo eye for door CLOSE (PHOTO 1)
COM
GND
Signal
24V
PHOTO 1
Fig. 4-wire photo eye connection
Connect the 4-wire photo eye to the terminal block for
door CLOSE (PHOTO 1). The supply for RX (Receiver)
should be on the side facing away from the sun.
The status LED (PHOTO 1) for door CLOSE lights up
orange when the safety device has been detected by the
control unit.
1.
Install the frame photo eye in the frame, see
separate "Frame photo eye" assembly instructions.
2.
Align the frame photo eye and connect to the wall
control unit.
3.
Commissioning is performed as described in Chapter
"9. Commissioning".
⇒ If the door passes the frame photo eye, the
illumination power of the operator lighting is
reduced.
If the illumination power is not reduced, the frame
photo eye must be realigned and the control unit
must be reset.
⇒ During commissioning, the operator learns the
exact position of the frame photo eye in order to
blank it out in normal mode shortly before reaching
the door.
4. Check the frame photo eye function.
Repeat the process if necessary.
4-wire photo eye for door OPEN (PHOTO 2)
PHOTO 2
COM
2-wire photo eye,
any polarity
24V
Signal
GND
RX
Signal
Function
24V
TX GND
Terminal block
Fig. 4-wire photo eye connection
Connect the 4-wire photo eye to the terminal block
(PHOTO 2) for door OPEN. The supply for RX (Receiver)
should be on the side facing away from the sun.
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wall control unit
The status LED for door OPEN (PHOTO 2) lights up
orange when the safety device has been detected by the
control unit.
GND
SIGNAL
Potential-free relay
contact
COM
The 4-wire photo eye was interrupted in the door OPEN
(PHOTO 2) direction of motion:
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during the interruption.
⇒ Operator stops, reverses a bit in door CLOSE
direction and stops.
⇒ Operator expects a new command and does not
start automatically.
⇒ After receiving a command, the operator moves in
the door OPEN direction.
11.7 Connecting safety contact strip
Safety contact strip for door CLOSE
8k2
OSE
O
SE
8k2
O
OSE
wh
+24 V DC
Voltage supply | Power
supply
br
gn
RX
(receiver)
GND
wh
+24 V DC
+24V
TX
(transceiver)
Function
+24V
br
gn
Terminal
block
Connecting 8k2 safety contact strip
Fig. 8k2 safety contact strip connection for door CLOSE
Connect the safety contact strip for door CLOSE to the
8k2 terminal block.
The status LED for 8k2 lights up orange when the safety
device has been detected by the control unit.
Terminal block
Function
gn
8k2 safety contact strip
wh
The safety contact strip in the door CLOSE direction of
motion is triggered.
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during the activation.
⇒ The operator stops and opens the door completely.
⇒ The door closes automatically after the open
holding and clearing time.
Connecting OSE safety contact strip
INFORMATION
If the door encounters an obstacle again
in the door CLOSE direction of motion, the
operator stops and reverses completely
to the door OPEN end position. The door
stops there and the automatic closing
function is interrupted.
The open holding time and clearing time do
not start again until a command for door
CLOSE.
The door is then automatically closed.
8k2
OSE
8
8k2
O
OSE
wh
If a safety contact strip is retrofitted
on a programmed system, the control
system must be reset, see Chapter
"10.11 Resetting the control unit".
wh
+24V
br
gn
INFORMATION
+24V
br
gn
Either an OSE (opto-electronic safety contact strip) or
an 8k2 (electric safety contact strip) can be connected.
During commissioning, the control system automatically
detects which version it is and sets itself to that version.
Fig. OSE safety contact strip connection for door CLOSE
Connect the safety contact strip for door CLOSE to the
OSE terminal block.
The status LED flashes orange when the safety device
has been detected by the control unit.
Terminal block
Function
br = +24 V DC
OSE safety contact strip
gn = signal
wh = GND
The safety contact strip in the door CLOSE direction of
motion is triggered.
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during activation.
⇒ The operator stops and opens the door completely.
⇒ The door closes automatically after the open
holding and clearing time.
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8k2
OSE
wh
br
gn
wh
8k2
O
OSE
+24V
Connecting 8k2 safety contact strip
Connecting OSE safety contact strip
+24V
V
br
gn
Safety contact strip for door OPEN
Either an OSE (opto-electronic safety contact strip) or
an 8k2 (electric safety contact strip) can be connected.
During commissioning, the control system automatically
detects which version it is and sets itself to that version.
8k2
OSE
O
E
Connect the safety contact strip for door OPEN to the
OSE terminal block.
The status LED lights up orange when the safety device
has been detected by the control unit.
wh
wh
8
8k2
O
OSE
+24V
br
gn
+24V
br
gn
Fig. OSE safety contact strip connection for door OPEN
Fig. 8k2 safety contact strip connection for door OPEN
Connect the safety contact strip for door OPEN to the
8k2 terminal block.
The status LED lights up orange when the safety device
has been detected by the control unit.
Terminal block
Function
gn
8k2 safety contact strip
wh
The safety contact strip in the door OPEN direction of
motion is triggered.
Terminal block
Function
br = +24 V DC
OSE safety contact strip
gn = signal
wh = GND
The safety contact strip in the door OPEN direction of
motion is triggered.
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during activation.
⇒ Operator reverses a bit in the door CLOSE
direction and stops.
⇒ Status LED flashes orange during the activation.
⇒ Operator expects a new command and does not
start automatically.
⇒ Operator reverses a bit in the door CLOSE
direction and stops.
⇒ After receiving a command, the operator moves to
the door CLOSE end position.
⇒ Operator expects a new command and does not
start automatically.
⇒ After receiving a command, the operator moves to
the door CLOSE end position.
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11. Connections and special functions of the
wall control unit
11.8 Connection options for control
device
IN button and OUT button
External control devices can be connected to the control
unit, for example buttons, pull buttons or key switches.
A separate input is available for the interior and exterior
request sides. The connection is potential-neutral.
IN
OUT
SAF
IN button
Fig. IN button
If the IN contact is activated, the command of the interior
request side is executed:
CLOCK IN or CLOCK OUT
A potential-neutral NO contact of an external timer can
be connected to this terminal. This makes it possible to
extend the open holding time by the set time.
If a command comes from the opposite side during
the respective open holding time, the request side is
changed after the set opening holding and clearing time
run out. The opposite side now briefly receives drive
authorisation for the set open holding and clearing time.
After the open holding and clearing time run out, the
request side changes to the original request.
INFORMATION
The "Door does not open with a timer
command until after a pulse" function is
set at the factory. This function can be
changed to the "Door opens immediately
with a timer command" function using a
DIP switch.
Set DIP switch 2 of the wall control unit
to ON, see Chapter "11.3 Setting the DIP
switches on the wall control unit".
⇒ Status LED lights up orange during the activation.
OUT button
OUT
CLOCK
CK
⇒ The door closes automatically after the open
holding and clearing time.
CLOCK IN for interior request side
IN
⇒ Operator opens the door to the door OPEN end
position.
Interior: Green phase.
Exterior: Red phase.
Fig. Timer connection (CLOCK IN)
OUT
SAF
This connection is selected to keep the door open for a
certain amount of time in the morning hours. Vehicles can
leave the garage from the interior:
⇒ Status LED lights up orange during the activation.
IN
⇒ With the first command, the door opens to the door
OPEN end position.
Fig. OUT button
If the OUT contact is activated, the command of the
exterior request side is executed:
⇒ Status LED lights up orange during the activation.
⇒ Operator opens the door to the door OPEN end
position.
Interior: Red phase.
Exterior: Green phase.
⇒ The door closes after the open holding and
clearing time have run out.
⇒ Interior request side now receives drive
authorisation.
Interior: Green phase.
Exterior: Red phase.
⇒ The door remains open until the CLOCK IN contact
is activated.
⇒ After the desired time, the contact at the CLOCK IN
connection drops out.
⇒ The open holding and subsequent clearing time
restart.
⇒ The closing process is automatically initiated after
the open holding and clearing time.
⇒ Door closes.
⇒ Door CLOSE end position.
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⇒ The closing process is automatically initiated after
the open holding and clearing time.
CLOCK
CL
⇒ Door closes.
⇒ Door CLOSE end position.
INFORMATION
IN
OUT
CLOCK OUT for exterior request side
If several vehicles are driving in the garage,
the induction loop and thereby the open
holding time are restarted every time it is
triggered.
Fig. Timer connection (CLOCK OUT)
This connection is selected to keep the door open for a
certain amount of time in the evening hours. Vehicles can
enter the garage from the exterior.
⇒ Status LED lights up orange during the activation.
11.9 ALARM and SAFETY connection
⇒ With the first command, the door opens to the door
OPEN end position.
ALARM
⇒ The door remains open until the CLOCK OUT
contact is activated.
⇒ After the desired time, the contact at the CLOCK
OUT connection drops out.
⇒ The closing process is automatically initiated after
the open holding and clearing time.
⇒ Door closes.
⇒ Door CLOSE end position.
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
A potential-neutral NO contact from an evaluation unit of
an induction loop can be connected to this terminal.
Fig. INDUCTOR connection
The status LED for the INDUCTOR lights up orange
when the contact is activated.
A potential-neutral NC contact can be connected to this
terminal, for example a fire alarm system.
AFETY ALARM
⇒ Exterior request side now receives drive
authorisation:
Interior: Exterior red phase: Green phase.
Fig. ALARM access
The status LED for the ALARM lights up green when the
contact is closed.
If the ALARM safety input is open, the command for door
OPEN is triggered:
⇒ Operator starts from door CLOSE end position,
drives to door OPEN end position and stays there.
⇒ Green traffic light for the interior and red traffic light
for the exterior start to flash quickly.
⇒ Commands are now ignored.
NOTE
The door system and the operator must
be checked before resetting the ALARM
safety input. All damages must be repaired
without delay.
If the contact is activated, a command from the interior
is triggered. When driving through the induction loop, a
command is sent to the control unit:
⇒ Operator opens the door to the door OPEN end
position.
⇒ Interior request side now receives drive
authorisation.
Interior: Green phase.
Exterior: Red phase.
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11. Connections and special functions of the
wall control unit
Resetting the ALARM safety input
1.
Disconnect the operator from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
2.
Check door system and operator for damage and
repair.
3.
Reset fire alarm system (close contact).
4.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
Execute a command using the button.
5.
11.10 Installing and removing battery
pack
The battery pack can bridge approximately 5 cycles
within 12 hours in the event of a power failure. If the
factory settings are active, the door does not open if the
battery is low. If DIP switch 4 on the wall control unit is
set to ON, to door opens even if the battery is low.
Only a qualified electrician is permitted to install,
test and replace the battery pack.
A potential-neutral NC contact can be connected to this
terminal, for example an emergency stop.
See also Chapter "7.2 Wall control unit cover".
SAFETY ALA
Follow the instructions for the battery pack in the
separate installation and operating manual.
NOTE
OUT
SAFETY
INFORMATION
Only a genuine battery pack from SOMMER
Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH may be
used.
Commissioning is not supported if the
battery pack is the sole power supply.
Mains voltage is required for
commissioning the operator.
Fig. SAFETY access
The status LED for the SAFETY lights up green when the
contact is closed.
Connection for a potential-neutral NC contact, for
example an emergency stop.
Installing and connecting battery pack
If the SAFETY safety input is open, the operator
stops during the door movement or no commands are
executed.
⇒ Status LED on the control unit flashes.
Resetting the SAFETY safety input
1.
Reset safety input (close contact).
2.
Execute a command using the button.
⇒ Door opens up to door OPEN end position.
Fig. 1
⇒ Open holding and clearing time run out.
1.
⇒ Door closes automatically.
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Disconnect the operator from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
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wall control unit
Unplugging and removing battery
The battery pack is removed in the reverse order, see
Chapter "11.10 Installing and removing battery pack",
section "Installing battery pack".
DANGER
Danger of hazardous substances!
Fig. 2
2.
Unscrew the screws on the control unit housing and
remove.
Improper storage, use or disposal
of accumulators or batteries are
dangerous for the health of humans
and animals.
Serious injury or death may result.
► Accumulators and batteries must be
stored out of the reach of children and
animals.
► Keep batteries and accumulators away
from chemical, mechanical and thermal
influences.
► Do not recharge old accumulators and
batteries.
► Components of the operator as well as
old accumulators and batteries must not
be disposed of with household waste.
They must be disposed of properly.
Fig. 3
NOTE
3.
Dispose of all parts in accordance with
local or national regulations to avoid
environmental damage.
Insert the battery pack into the provided position in
the control unit. Slightly tilt the battery pack while
doing so.
INFORMATION
All components that have been taken
out of service must not be disposed of
with household waste, as they contain
hazardous substances. The components
must be disposed of correctly at an
authorised recycling centre. The local and
national regulations must be observed.
INFORMATION
Fig. 4
4.
Plug the connection cable into the battery pack and
into the battery pack slot in control unit circuit board.
5.
Press the transmitter button to check the operator
function.
Old batteries and battery packs must not
be disposed of with household waste as
they contain hazardous substances. These
must be disposed of properly at municipal
collection points or in the provided
containers of the dealers. National
guidelines must be observed.
⇒ The operator is powered by the battery pack.
⇒ Operator opens or closes the door at reduced
speed.
6.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
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12. Function test/Final test
12.1 Testing obstacle detection
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
After commissioning the operator, the force measurement
of the operator must be checked with a force
measurement device and an obstacle recognition test
must be performed.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
If the force setting is too high, persons
or animals in the movement area of the
door may be trapped and pulled along
with the door.
Severe injuries or death may result.
► The force setting is relevant to safety
and must be carefully checked and
if necessary adjusted by qualified
specialists.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► The power cut-off does not operate
below 50 mm.
► The obstacle detection must be tested
once a month.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
► All danger zones must be visible during
the entire door operation.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving.
In particular, do not reach into the
moving push arm.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once
it is completely open and the traffic light
is green.
NOTE
Observe the national standards, guidelines
and regulations for cut-off of the operating
forces.
NOTE
The obstacle detection must be tested
once a month to prevent damage to the
operator.
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⇒ The door opens completely at a pulse from the
transmitter.
INFORMATION
After installation of the operator, the
person responsible for the installation
of the operator must complete an EC
declaration of conformity for the door
system in accordance with Machinery
Directive 2006/42/EC and apply the CE
mark and a type plate. This documentation
and the installation and operating manual
are retained by the owner. Including if
the operator is retrofitted to a manually
operated door.
⇒ If the operator does not reverse, a position reset
is required, see Chapter "10.13 Resetting the
control unit".
The positions and the forces must be
reprogrammed.
12.2 Handover of door system
The qualified specialist must instruct the user:
• on the operation of the operator and its dangers
INFORMATION
Reversing: The operator stops on contact
with an obstacle and then moves a bit
in the opposite direction to release the
obstacle.
In the automatic closing function the
door opens completely if an obstacle is
detected.
• on the handling of the emergency release
• on regular maintenance which the user can execute
• on troubleshooting, see Chapter
"15. Troubleshooting"
The user must be informed about which work must only
be performed by a qualified specialist:
• installation of accessories
INFORMATION
The operating forces can be modified and
adjusted with SOMlink and a smartphone.
For more information ask your specialist
dealer.
• settings
• regular maintenance except that described in
Chapter "14. Care and maintenance" and which
can be performed by the user.
The operator must reverse in the door OPEN direction
when it is loaded with a weight of 20 kg. The weight is
fastened in the centre of the bottom edge of the door for
this purpose.
The door must reverse during the door CLOSE
movement if it hits a 50-mm-high obstacle.
• repairs
• troubleshooting, except that described in Chapter
"15. Troubleshooting“ and which must be
performed by a qualified specialist.
1.
Open the door with the operator.
This installation and operating manual, the Declaration of
Conformity created for the door system and the handover
protocol must be given to the user.
2.
Place a 50-mm-high object in the centre of the door.
The following is available
• handover protocol for the operator
• Declaration of Conformity
At:
50 mm
Fig. Example: Obstacle recognition on sectional door
3.
http://som4.me/konform
Close the door with the operator.
⇒ If the door hits an obstacle, the operator must
immediately reverse.
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13.1 Safety information on operation
In particular, observe the following safety instructions and
the safety instructions in Chapter "14. Maintenance and
care" and "15. Troubleshooting".
The operator must not be used by persons with restricted
physical, sensory or mental capacity or who lack
experience and knowledge. All users must be specially
instructed and have read and understood the installation
and operating instructions.
Children must never play with or use the operator, even
under supervision. Children must be kept clear of the
operator. Transmitters or other control devices must
never be given to children.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
► All safety information must be complied
with.
DANGER
Danger due to use of the operator
with incorrect setting or when it
is in need of repair!
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
Actuating the emergency release can
lead to uncontrolled door movement if
• springs are weakened or broken.
• the door has not been optimally
weight-balanced.
Falling parts may cause a hazard.
Severe injuries or death may result.
► Check the weight balance of the door at
regular intervals.
► Keep clear of the movement area of
the door.
► Pay attention to the movement of the
door when the emergency release is
actuated.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe
injuries or death may result.
► Keep clear of the moving door.
If the operator is used despite incorrect
settings or if it is in need of repair,
severe injury or death may result.
► The operator may only be used with
the required settings and in the proper
state.
► Faults must be repaired without delay.
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WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
► All danger zones must be visible during
the entire door operation.
NOTE
If the weight compensation of door is
incorrectly adjusted, the operator may be
damaged.
• The door must be stable.
• It must not bend, rotate or twist when
opening and closing.
• The door must move easily in its tracks.
Defects must be repaired without delay by
a qualified specialist.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
NOTE
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of
movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once
it is completely open and the traffic light
is green.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare.
This may temporarily reduce vision.
This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
INFORMATION
Keep this installation and operating manual
accessible at all times at the place of use.
13.2 Handover to the user
The user checks whether the CE mark and the type plate
for the door system have been attached to the door by
the qualified specialist.
The qualified specialist must instruct the user:
• on the operation of the operator and its dangers
• on the handling of the emergency release
• on regular maintenance which the user can execute
The user must be informed about which work must only
be performed by a qualified specialist:
• installation of accessories
• settings
• regular maintenance except that described in
Chapter "14. Care and maintenance" and which
can be performed by the user.
• repairs
• troubleshooting
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This installation and operating manual, the Declaration of
Conformity created for the door system and the handover
protocol must be given to the user.
The user is responsible for:
• the intended use of the operator
• its good condition
• operation
• instructing all user how to use the door system and
in the associated hazards
• care and maintenance
Fig. 1
• tests by a qualified specialist
1.
The door stays at the door CLOSE end position.
⇒ Both sides: Traffic lights off.
• troubleshooting in case of faults by a qualified
specialist
The user must always keep this installation and operating
manual ready for consultation in the vicinity of the door
system.
13.3 Operating modes of door
movement
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by a button or
another control device.
Persons who cannot see the door and
are in the range of movement of the
mechanism or the closing edges may be
injured by crushing or shearing.
► Keypads and other control devices must
be installed and actuated within view of
the door only.
Fig. 2
2.
A command from the interior or exterior (button, pull
button or handheld transmitter) is given.
⇒ Both sides: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
⇒ Operator moves to door OPEN direction.
► Keypads or other control devices may
be used only if the movement of the
door can be viewed directly.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
30 sec.
Opening the door system from the interior and
exterior:
The sequence for a command from the exterior is
described. Access authorisation is indicated by the traffic
light signal red and green phases.
Fig. 3
3.
Door is open. The set open holding time
(factory settings: 30 seconds) starts.
⇒ Request side: Green phase.
Door may be driven or passed through.
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⇒ Opposite side: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
10 sec.
Fig. 6
6.
Fig. 4
4.
After the door CLOSE end position has been reached,
all traffic lights on both sides are switched off.
⇒ Both sides: Traffic lights off.
The clearing time (factory settings: 10 seconds) is
automatically initiated after the set open holding time
runs out.
INFORMATION
If a command is given during the closing
process, the operator stops.
The direction changes automatically and
the operator opens the door completely.
The door closes automatically after the
open holding and clearing time.
⇒ Both sides: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
⇒ The door range must be cleared of persons and
vehicles.
Opening the door from the interior and subsequent
command from the exterior
The traffic lights show the light signals for drive
authorisation.
Fig. 5
5.
The door closes automatically after the set clearing
time.
⇒ Both sides: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
⇒ The door range must be cleared of persons and
vehicles.
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⇒ Both sides: Traffic lights off.
4.
The traffic lights are automatically switched after
the open holding time (factory setting: 30 seconds)
and the clearing time (factory setting: 10 seconds)
run out. The request side and the opposite side are
then exchanged.
⇒ Opposite side, interior: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
⇒ Request side, exterior: Green phase.
Door can be driven or passed through from the
exterior request side.
Fig. 2
2.
A command (button, pull button or handheld
transmitter) is given from the interior. While the
door opens, an additional command is given from
the exterior.
10 sec.
⇒ Both sides: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
⇒ Operator moves to door OPEN direction.
Fig. 5
5.
The clearing time is automatically initiated after the
set open holding time runs out.
⇒ Both sides: Red phase.
The entrance range must be cleared of persons
and vehicles.
30 sec.
Fig. 3
3.
Door is open. The set open holding time (factory
settings: 30 seconds) starts.
⇒ Request side, interior: Green phase.
Door may be driven or passed through.
⇒ Opposite side, exterior: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
Fig. 6
6.
The door closes automatically after the set clearing
time.
⇒ Both sides: Red phase.
Door may not be driven or passed through.
30 sec.
⇒ The entrance range must be cleared of persons
and vehicles.
Fig. 4
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Force cut-off in door CLOSE direction of motion with
automatic closing function
⇒ Operator stops and reverses to the door OPEN
end position after encountering an obstacle.
⇒ The door closes automatically after the open
holding time.
INFORMATION
If the door encounters an obstacle again
in the door CLOSE direction, the operator
stops and reverses completely to the door
OPEN end position. The door stays there.
The automatic closing function is
interrupted. The open holding time and
clearing time do not start again until a
command for door CLOSE.
The door is then automatically closed.
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7.
After the door CLOSE end position has been reached,
all traffic lights on both sides are switched off.
⇒ Both sides: Traffic lights off.
13.4 Obstacle detection
Alarm
The operator stops and reverses slightly if it encounters
an obstacle. This prevent injury and damage to property.
The door will be partially of completely opened depending
on the setting. The partial reversal is pre-set at the
factory. A full reversal can be set with SOMlink and a
smartphone.
If the ALARM safety input is open, a command for
opening the door system is triggered:
The potential-neutral NC contact, for example, is suitable
for a fire alarm system.
⇒ Operator starts from door CLOSE end position,
drives to door OPEN end position and stays there.
INFORMATION
⇒ Green traffic light for the interior and red traffic light
for the exterior start to flash quickly.
In the automatic closing function the door
opens completely.
⇒ Incoming commands are not executed.
INFORMATION
If the photo eye is interrupted, the door
runs on for a long distance.
NOTE
The door system and the operator must
be checked before resetting the ALARM
safety input. All damages must be repaired
without delay.
The following safety devices are installed to detect
obstacles:
• Photo eye (object protection)
• Safety contact strips (personal protection)
Resetting the ALARM safety input
• Force cut-off of operator (personal protection)
For more, also note Chapter "14. Maintenance and care".
1.
Disconnect the operator from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
Force cut-off in door OPEN direction of motion
2.
⇒ Operator stops, reverses a bit in door OPEN
direction and stops.
Check door system and operator for damage and
repair.
3.
Reset fire alarm system (close contact).
⇒ Operator expects a new command and does not
start automatically.
4.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
⇒ After receiving a command, the operator moves in
the door OPEN direction.
5.
Execute a command using the button.
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Safety
If the SAFETY safety input is open, the operator stops
the door movement. No more commands are executed.
The potential-neutral NC contact, for example, is suitable
for connecting an emergency stop.
⇒ Status LED on the control unit flashes.
Resetting the SAFETY safety input:
1.
Reset safety input (close contact).
2.
Execute a command using the button.
13.6 Operation during power failure
The programmed force values and end positions of the
operator remain saved in the event of a power failure.
After the power supply has been restored, the first
movement of the operator after a pulse is always door
OPEN.
Also see the information on emergency release in Chapter
"11.10 AInstalling and removing battery pack" and
"Function of the emergency release".
⇒ Door opens up to door OPEN end position.
⇒ Open holding and clearing time run out.
13.7 Function of the emergency release
⇒ Door closes automatically.
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
In the event of a power failure, the door can be opened
manually from the inside using a mechanical emergency
release.
13.5 Power-saving mode
To save energy, the operator control unit switches to
power-saving mode after the factory-specified period.
Connected accessories are deactivated and then
reactivated at the next command from a button or radio.
Connected accessories may include: photo eye, safety
contact strip and external radio receiver.
Because external radio receivers are deactivated in
power-saving mode, they cannot receive commands from
the remote control and send them to the operator.
Set DIP switch 3 to ON to power the entire system
continuously. Power-saving mode is then deactivated.
ON
OFF
Continuous power to the
complete system activated
Power-saving mode
activated
INFORMATION
The factory-set period before the control
unit switches to power-saving mode after
expiration of the set burning time is 20
seconds. This value cannot be changed.
If the operator is in power-saving mode, the green status
LED flashes briefly in 3-second cycles.
WARNING
Danger for trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
► Faults must be repaired without delay.
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
If the emergency release is actuated,
weak or broken springs may cause
the door to close suddenly and
unexpectedly.
This may cause serious or fatal injury.
► The emergency release should only be
used with the door closed.
► Use the emergency release with great
caution if the door is open.
► Persons or animals must not be within
the door’s range of movement.
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NOTE
1.
The emergency release is only suitable
for opening or closing the door in an
emergency. The emergency release is not
suitable for regular opening or closing.
This could cause damage to the operator
and door.
The emergency release must only be used
in emergencies such as a power failure.
Disconnect the operator from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
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NOTE
In an emergency release, the door could
independently open or close surprisingly
quickly due to a broken spring or incorrect
setting of the weight balancing.
Damage to the door system could occur.
Fig. 2
2.
Fig. 3
Pull once on the emergency release cord.
⇒ The carriage is released.
NOTE
After the operator is locked back in, move
the door into the door OPEN end position.
Otherwise the guide idler is hit with too
much force.
NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of
movement of the door.
INFORMATION
It can be locked and released in any door
position.
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3.
Pull the emergency release cord once more.
⇒ The carriage is locked.
⇒ The door can only be moved by the operator.
4.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
5.
Give the operator a command.
⇒ After a power failure, the first pulse of the operator
is always in the door OPEN direction.
⇒ The operator must drive completely to the door
OPEN end position.
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14.1 Safety instructions for
maintenance and care
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
Service the operator regularly as directed below. This
ensures safe operation and a long service life of your
operator.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
► All safety information must be complied
with.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death will
result.
► All work on electrical components
may only be carried out by a trained
electrician.
WARNING
Danger for trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
► Faults must be repaired without delay.
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
Parts of the door may become detached
and fall. If persons or animals are hit,
this may cause serious injury or death.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Keep all persons and animals away
from the door until it is completely
opened or closed.
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause fatal or serious accidents.
► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
► Ensure that ladders are safely
positioned.
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WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
► All danger zones must be visible during
the entire door operation.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
NOTE
The carriage is supplied with safety low
voltage via the chain and the track.
The use of oil or grease will greatly reduce
the conductivity of the chain, track and
carriage.
This may result in faults due to inadequate
electrical contact.
The chain and track are maintenance-free
and must not be oiled or greased.
NOTE
The use of unsuitable cleaning agents may
damage the surface of the operator.
Clean the operator with a dry lint-free cloth
only.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving.
In particular, do not reach into the
moving push arm.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once it
is completely open and the traffic light is
green.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become
hot. If the cover is removed and hot
parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
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14.2 Maintenance schedule
14.3 Care
How often? What?
Clean track, carriage and wall control unit
How?
Test the
emergency
release
See Chapter
"13.7 Function of the
emergency release"
Testing obstacle
detection
See Chapter
"12.1 Testing obstacle
detection"
Test the photo
eye
Interrupt the active
photo eye while the door
is closing. The door
must stop and open
slightly. If automatic
closing is activated, the
door opens completely.
If necessary clean the
photo eye, see Chapter
"14.3 Care"
1.
Pull the power plug out of the power socket.
If a battery pack has been installed, remove the
wall control unit cover and disconnect the battery
pack from the wall control unit. See also Chapter
"11.10 Installing and removing battery pack".
Then check that the power is disconnected.
Once a
month
2.
Remove loose dirt with a moist, lint-free cloth:
• from the carriage and the wall control unit
• from the track and the inside of the track
3.
If applicable, install the battery pack in reverse order
of removal.
Connect the operator to the mains voltage.
Check that the power supply is connected.
Cleaning the photo eye
Check screws on Check that screws
Once a year door, ceiling or
are tight and tighten if
lintel
necessary
As needed
Chain and track
maintenance-free
Track
See Chapter "14.3 Care"
Cleaning wall
control unit
housing
See Chapter "14.3 Care"
Fig. 1
NOTE
Do not change the position of the photo
eye when cleaning it.
1.
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Clean the housing reflectors with a damp, lint-free
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15.1 Safety instructions for
troubleshooting
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
► All safety information must be complied
with.
WARNING
Danger for trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
► Faults must be repaired without delay.
WARNING
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body.
Electrical shock, burns, or death may
result.
► All work on electrical components
may only be carried out by a trained
electrician.
► Disconnect the mains plug before
working on the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
Danger due to falling parts!
Parts of the door may become detached
and fall. Persons may be hit. Severe
injuries or death may result.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Keep all persons and animals away
from the door until it is completely
opened or closed.
► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Loose clothing or long hair may be
trapped by moving parts of the door.
► Keep clear of the moving door.
► Wear tight-fitting clothing.
► Wear a hairnet over long hair.
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
► Ensure that ladders are safely
positioned.
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NOTE
WARNING
If the door is not in view and the radio
remote control is actuated, objects in the
movement area of the door may be jammed
and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of
movement of the door.
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or
animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused
by the mechanism and safety edges of
the door.
► Only use the operator in direct view of
the door.
INFORMATION
The control unit detects a short-circuit
between chain and track and then switches
the operator off.
► Always keep the moving door in sight.
► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving.
In particular, do not reach into the
moving push arm.
► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
► Only pass through the door only once it
is completely open and the traffic light is
green.
15.2 Troubleshooting
The following guide to troubleshooting lists potential
problems and their causes and information on correcting
them. In some cases, other chapters and sections with a
more detailed description are referenced.
You will be prompted to call a qualified specialist if this is
required.
Work on the electrical system and live parts may be
performed only by a trained electrician.
1.
WARNING
If a battery pack has been installed, remove the
control unit cover and disconnect the battery pack
from the control unit, see also Chapter "7.2 Wall
control unit cover" and Chapter "11.10 Installing
and removing battery pack".
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare.
This may temporarily reduce vision.
This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
WARNING
Pull the power plug out of the power socket.
Then check that the power is disconnected.
2.
After working on the operator, if applicable replace
the battery pack in reverse order.
Plug the power plug into the power socket.
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become
hot. If the cover is removed and hot
parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
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15.3 Time sequences of operator lighting in normal mode and in case of faults
The LED flash sequences show information on malfunctions for technicians, end customers and telephone support.
In normal mode
Flash sequences
Possible causes
Corrective action
Normal mode
• Learning mode activated
• Pre-warning time activated
• Reversing movement, soft reversing
and stopped after a soft and
reversing movement
• For information
Flash sequences
Possible causes
Corrective action
Requirement
• Waiting for a conformation during
• Confirmation of position programming
the position programming movement
movement
of door CLOSE position
Operating lighting blinks as warning light
In the event of errors
Operator expects a command
Alarm
• Photo eye or safety device not OK
before movement
A process has triggered a fault
• Check photo eye,
realign if necessary
• If necessary, have parts replaced by a
qualified specialist
• Interruption of a safety device during • Remove obstacle
the movement
Service
A process has triggered a fault
Fault
• Dead man movement, safety device
not OK
• Have it checked by a qualified specialist
• Motor return from outside (e.g. due
to attempted break-in)
• For information
• Service (service days, service
cycles have been reached)
• Have the service performed by a qualified
specialist
• Motor temperature is too high
(overheating)
• Allow motor to cool
• Program difficult positions in case
of reversing with no visible cause.
The complete distance is traversed
from end position to end position
(dead man by radio, under direct
view only)
• For information
• Self-test of electronics
• Blockage detection (gear breakage,
Hall sensor fault)
• Have it checked and, if necessary, parts
replaced by a qualified specialist
• End switch does not operate
(e.g. wire break, end switch fault)
• Have cable connections checked and, if
necessary, parts replaced by a qualified
specialist
• Counting pulses sent in the
wrong direction (motor cable was
incorrectly connected)
• Check wiring,
correct if necessary
• Run time exceeded
• Path too long, path restricted to max.
7500 mm
Operator or parts of the operator faulty
• Error during plausibility test of memo • Have it checked and, if necessary,
parts replaced by a qualified specialist
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15.4 Troubleshooting table
Problem
Possible causes
Test/check
The operator opens
the door when the
transmitter or control
device is actuated but
does not close it
• Photo eye and safety
device have been
destroyed
• Check photo eye and safety
devices
• Automatic closing
function activated
•
Operator cannot be
operated with the
control device
• No power
•
• End switch in carriage
defective
•
•
•
•
• The operator was
•
deactivated by the
emergency release
mechanism
• Control device incorrectly • Check function of operator with
connected to the
a transmitter
operator
• Transmitter defective
• Operator cannot be started with
the transmitter.
• Operator defective
• Electrical supply voltage
outside the approved
range
• ALARM safety input
triggered
• SAFETY safety input,
e.g. emergency stop,
triggered
When a button on the • Transmitter not
transmitter is pressed,
programmed
the door does not
• Battery in the transmitter
open or close
is flat
Radio command
cannot be
programmed
MEMO Identifier error
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Remedy
• Remove obstacle
• The photo eye must be aligned
• If necessary, have it checked and
replaced by a qualified specialist
Wait to see whether the operator • Automatic closing function
starts automatically after 30
deactivated
seconds
• Have the cause corrected by a
trained electrician
Check power supply
• Check the power socket with a
different device, for example with a
lamp
Unlock operator and push
• Have the end switch replaced by a
carriage to the centre of the track
qualified specialist.
Lock operator
Actuate transmitter
If the operator now still does not
close and open, the end switch
is defective.
Check that the door can be
• Pull the emergency release to
moved manually
activate the operator
• Check wiring, correct if necessary
• Check transmitter power supply
• If necessary, replace the battery of
the transmitter
• If necessary, replace the transmitter
with a new one
• Operator cannot be started with • Have operator repaired or replaced
the transmitter or the connected
by a qualified specialist
control device.
• Have the mains power supply
• Have the cause corrected by a
checked by a trained electrician
trained electrician
• Red traffic light for exterior and
green traffic light for interior
flash quickly
• Status LED is off
• Status LED is off, the status
LED flashes.
• Radio LED does not light when
the transmitter is operated
• Reset ALARM safety input, see
Chapter "11.9 ALARM and SAFETY
connection", section "ALARM".
• Reset SAFETY safety input, see
Chapter "11.9 ALARM and SAFETY
connection", section "SAFETY".
• Program transmitter
• Replace the battery of the transmitter
• Transmitter defective
• LED on transmitter does not
light
• Memory full
• All four LEDs blink cyclically
• Memory full, see Chapter
for about 3 seconds and then
"10.5 Programming the
go out.
transmitter"
• All four LEDs blink cyclically for • Disconnect operator from the power
a short time and then go out for
supply, unplug Memo,
a long time.
re-supply operator with power
The operator lighting of the
carriage blinks 4 times short and
4 times long.
• Incorrect MEMO
• Replace transmitter
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Problem
Possible causes
Test/check
Remedy
MEMO device type
error
• System error
• The Memo can be deleted via
the radio button, if necessary
all stored transmitters of the
Memo are deleted, see Chapter
"10.11 Deleting all radio channels
in the receiver"
Operator stops the
door during closing
and opens it partially
or completely
• Door detected an
obstacle
• All four LEDs blink cyclically
for a long time and then go out
for a short time. If voltage is
present, the operator lighting of
the carriage blinks an additional
four times.
• Check whether there are any
objects in the movement range
of the door
• Check LEDs on photo eye
• Remove obstacle
• Photo eye was
interrupted
• Photo eye defective or
misaligned
Operator stops the
door during the
opening process and
moves a briefly in the
door CLOSE direction
of the door
• Door has detected an
obstacle, photo eye and
safety device have been
disturbed
• Remove the object
• If necessary, have door mechanism
checked and set by a qualified
specialist
• Align photo eye
• Check wiring
• If necessary, replace photo eye
• Check whether there are any
• Remove obstacle
objects in the movement range • If necessary, have door mechanism
of the door
checked and repaired by a qualified
specialist
• Check the weight balance of the
• The photo eye must be aligned;
door - it must run smoothly
• Check photo eye and safety
if necessary, have it checked and
replaced by a qualified specialist
devices
Operator lighting does • Operator lighting
not work
defective
• Have carriage replaced by a new
one by a qualified specialist
Speed varies while
opening and closing
the door
• Track dirty
• Clean with a moist lint-free cloth,
see Chapter "14.3 Care"
• Chain tightened
incorrectly
• Tighten the chain, see Chapter
"6.4 Installation of the operator
system for installation versions A
and B" or "6.5 Installation of the
operator system for installation
version C"
• Weight balance of the
door has changed
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• Move the operator into the door
CLOSE position and check the
weight balance of the door
• If necessary, have it checked,
adjusted or have components
replaced by a qualified specialist
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15. Troubleshooting
15.5 Replacing the carriage
The instructions for replacing the carriage can be
downloaded from SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik
GmbH at:
www.sommer.eu
If applicable, save the existing settings on the available
carriage via SOMlink and a smartphone. The settings can
be transmitted to the new carriage later.
The new carriage is in delivery condition from the factory.
Before replacing the carriage, make sure that used
accessories have been transferred to the new carriage.
Commissioning must be repeated and the special
functions of the carriage must be reset, see Chapter
"9. Commissioning" and "10. Connections and
special functions of the carriage".
Used transmitters must also be reprogrammed, see
Chapter “10.5 Programming the transmitter”.
On the other hand, the transmitter does not have to be
programmed if the Memo accessory part has already
been used.
After successful commissioning, run a final test and a
function test, see Chapter “12. Final test/function test”.
INFORMATION
Save the existing settings of the carriage
with the help of SOMlink and a smartphone.
After the new carriage has been inserted,
reinstall the data.
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16. Placing out of operation, storage and disposal
16.1 Placing the operator out of
operation and disassembly
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
medications that can influence their ability to react may
not work on the operator.
WARNING
Danger of tripping and falling!
Unsafely positioned parts such as
packaging, operator parts or tools may
cause trips or falls.
► Keep unnecessary items away from the
disassembly area.
The disassembly of the operator may only be performed
by a qualified specialist.
► Place all parts where no persons are
likely to trip or fall over them.
This installation and operating manual must be read,
understood and complied with by the qualified specialist
who disassembles the operator.
► General workplace guidelines must be
observed.
WARNING
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
► All safety information must be complied
with.
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical
glare.
This may temporarily reduce vision.
This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
► Do not look directly into a LED.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result
in electric current flowing through
the body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
► Electrical components must be
disassembled by a trained electrician
only.
► Disconnect the power plug before
disassembling the operator. If a battery
pack is connected, disconnect it from
the wall control unit.
► Then check that the operator is
disconnected from the power supply
and secure it from switching on again.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation parts of
the carriage or the control unit may
become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
► Allow the operator to cool before
removing the cover.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Eyes and hands may be seriously
injured by chips when removing screws.
► Wear safety glasses.
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
► Ensure that ladders are safely
positioned.
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WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
► Wear a safety helmet when
disassembling suspended parts.
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16. Placing out of operation, storage and disposal
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough, projecting metal parts may
cause abrasions and cuts when
touched.
► Wear safety gloves.
16.2 Storage
Store the packaging units as follows:
• in enclosed, dry rooms so that they are protected
from moisture
• at a storage temperature from –25 °C to +65 °C
• secure to prevent falling
• leave room for unhindered passage
NOTE
If there is a battery pack in the control unit,
it must be removed by a trained electrician.
See Chapter "11.10 Installing and removing
battery pack".
The operator and its accessories must be disconnected
from electrical power when putting them out of operation
or during disassembly.
1.
Pull the power plug out of the power socket.
If a battery pack has been installed, remove the
control unit cover and disconnect the battery
pack from the control unit, see also Chapter
"11.10 Installing and removing battery pack".
Then check that the power is disconnected.
2.
Disassembly is in reverse order of installation.
NOTE
Improper storage may damage the
operator.
The operator must be stored in closed
and dry rooms.
16.3 Disposal of waste
Observe the instructions for disposal of packaging,
components and batteries and, if applicable, the battery
pack.
DANGER
Danger of hazardous substances!
Improper storage, use or disposal
of accumulators or batteries are
dangerous for the health of humans
and animals.
Serious injury or death may result.
► Accumulators and batteries must be
stored out of the reach of children and
animals.
► Keep batteries and accumulators away
from chemical, mechanical and thermal
influences.
► Do not recharge old accumulators and
batteries.
► Components of the operator as well as
old accumulators and batteries must not
be disposed of with household waste.
They must be disposed of properly.
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16. Placing out of operation, storage and disposal
NOTE
Dispose of all parts in accordance with
local or national regulations to avoid
environmental damage.
INFORMATION
All components that have been taken
out of service must not be disposed of
with household waste, as they contain
hazardous substances. The components
must be disposed of correctly at an
authorised recycling centre. The local and
national regulations must be observed.
INFORMATION
Old batteries and battery packs must not
be disposed of with household waste
as they contain hazardous substances.
These must be disposed of properly
at municipal collection points or in the
provided containers of the dealers.
National guidelines must be observed.
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17. Short instructions
for installation
The short instructions describe the installation of
versions A and B.
The short instructions does not replace the installation
and operating manual.
Read this installation and operating manual carefully
and, most importantly, follow all warnings and safety
instructions.
This will ensure that you can install the product safely
and optimally.
5 mm
10 mm
10 mm
13 mm
17 mm
10 mm
13 mm
17 mm
2x
1
2
“clic”
“clic ”
3
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12
13
X
5
5–65 mm
min. 35 mm
X
14
15
90°
½
½
21 mm
90°
70 mm 70 mm
6
10 mm
65 mm
16
17
15
½
15 mm
30 mm
7
18
15 mm
30 mm
½
min.
15 mm
13 mm
19
X
90°
X
90°
HM
8
10 mm
17 mm
17 mm
9
20
21
100-700 mm
7
10 mm
65 mm
13 mm
7
10
±
PP
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11
22
95
30.2
30.1
23
2
>1,6 m
“clic”
>1,6 m
24
25
5 mm
26
31
18
32
8
338
27
33
29
28
34
“clic”
35
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18. Connection diagrams and functions of the
DIP switch
Fig. Connection diagram
of carriage
220–240 V AC
220–240 V AC
Fig. Connection diagram
of wall control
24 V AC/200 VA
Transformer
L
N
L`
N
Mains connection
wh
ACCU
MUFU 1
max. 60 V DC/5 A
12 V/max.100 mA
SAFETY
OUTSIDE
CLOCK
OUTSIDE
INSIDE
BUTTON
INDUCTOR
OSE
OSE
1234
1234
1234
ON
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1234
Partial opening
deactivated
ON
Partial opening
activated
Green
Red
COM
Signal
24 V DC/
max. 100 mA
DIP switches on
the wall control
unit
ON
12 34
12 34
12 34
12 34
12 34
ON
ON
Automatic
Automatic
closing function closing function
activated
deactivated
RX
24 V DC/
max. 100 mA
ON
24 V DC/
max. 100 mA
OFF
GND
8k2
TX
ON
24 V
COM
PHOTO 1
Signal
24 V
GND
GND
24 V
gn
wh
br
wh
gn
8k2
+24 V
+24 V
br
PHOTO 2
ON
Track
ALARM
INSIDE
ON
rd
24 V/
max. 300 mA
8K2
OSE
ON
Chain
GND
Optional
DIP switches of
the carriage
gn
Power supply
External accessoriesr
Green
gn
MUFU 2
max. 250 V AC/5 A
Alternative
24 V DC/5 A
Red
Supply of external accessories
+12 V
slip door
br
1,6 AF
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
24 V DC/max.
each 7 W
WARNING
LIGHT
24 V DC/
max. 3 W
ON
OFF
The red traffic light
is on when the
door is closed
The red traffic light
is off when the
door is closed
Date opens
immediately with
timer command
Door does not
open with a timer
command until
after a pulse
Continuous power
to the complete
system activated
Power-saving
mode activated
Door opens
automatically if
battery is low
Door does not
open automatically
if battery is low
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