Ditec VALOR Sliding doors automation

Ditec VALOR
Technical manual
Sliding doors automation
IP1950 EN
(Original instructions)
www.entrematic.com
Index
Subject
Page
1.
General safety precautions
3
2.
Declaration of incorporation of partly completed machinery
4
2.1
Machinery directive
4
3.
Technical data
5
3.1
Applications
5
4.
Standard installation
6
5.
Installation of the automation
7
5.1
VALOR box fastening
7
5.2
VALOR T box fastening
8
5.3
VALOR H box fastening
9
5.4
Preparation of glass door wing
11
5.5
VALOR - VALOR H door wing installation and adjustment
12
5.6
VALOR T door wing installation and adjustment
13
5.7
Floor guide installation
15
5.8
Belt adjustment
16
5.9
Lock installation
16
6.
Electrical connections
17
7.
Ordinary maintenance program
18
User instructions
19
General safety precautions
19
Manual release instruction
21
Function selector user instructions
22
Key
This symbol indicates instructions or notes regarding safety, to which special attention must be paid.
This symbol indicates useful information for the correct functioning of the product.
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1.
General safety precautions
Failure to observe the information in this manual may result
in minor personal injury or damage to equipment.
Save these instructions for future reference.
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This installation manual is intended for qualified personnel only.
Installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be performed in accordance with
Good Working Methods and in compliance with the present standards.
Read the instructions carefully before installing the product.
Bad installation could be dangerous.
The packaging materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) should not be discarded in the environment or left within reach of children, as these are a potential source of danger.
Before installing the product, make sure it is in perfect condition.
Do not install the product in explosive areas and atmospheres: the presence of inflammable
gas or fumes represents a serious safety hazard.
Before installing the motorisation device, make all the necessary structural modifications in
order to create safety clearance and to guard or isolate all the crushing, shearing, trapping
and general hazardous areas.
Make sure the existing structure is up to standard in terms of strength and stability. The motorisation device manufacturer is not responsible for failure to observe Good Working Methods
when building the frames to be motorised or for any deformation during use.
The safety devices (photocells, safety edges, emergency stops, etc.) must be installed
taking into account: applicable laws and directives, Good Working Methods, installation
premises, system operating logic and the forces developed by the motorised door.
The safety devices must protect the crushing, cutting, trapping and general hazardous areas
of the motorised door.
Display the signs required by law to identify hazardous areas.
Each installation must bear a visible indication of the data identifying the motorised door.
When requested, connect the motorised door to an effective earthing system that complies
with current safety standards.
During installation, maintenance and repair operations, cut off the power supply before opening
the cover to access the electrical parts.
The automation protection casing must be removed by qualified personnel only.
The electronic parts must be handled using earthed antistatic conductive arms.
The manufacturer of the motorisation declines all responsibility in the event of component
parts being fitted that are not compatible with the safe and correct operation.
Use original spare parts only for repairs or replacements of products.
The installer must supply all information on automatic, manual and emergency operation of the
motorised door and must provide the user with the operating instructions.
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2. Declaration of incorporation of partly completed machinery
(Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II-B)
The manufacturer Entrematic Group AB with headquarters in Lodjursgatan 10, SE-261 44
Landskrona, Sweden
declares that the automation system for Ditec VALOR sliding doors:
has been constructed to be installed on a manual door to construct a machine pursuant to the Directive 2006/42/EC. The manufacturer of the motorized door shall declare
conformity pursuant to the Directive 2006/42/EC (annex II-A), prior to the machine being
put into service;
conforms to applicable essential safety requirements indicated in annex I, chapter 1 of
the Directive 2006/42/EC;
conforms to the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC;
conforms to the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC;
technical documentation conforms to Annex VII-B to the Directive 2006/42/EC;
technical documentation is managed by Marco Pietro Zini with offices in Via Mons. Banfi,
3 - 21042 Caronno Pertusella (VA) - ITALY;
a copy of technical documentation will be provided to national competent authorities,
following a suitably justified request.
Landskrona, 15-01-2013
2.1
Marco Pietro Zini
(President)
Machinery Directive
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Pursuant to Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) the installer who motorizes a door or gate has
the same obligations as the manufacturer of machinery and as such must:
prepare the technical file which must contain the documents indicated in Annex V of the
Machinery Directive;
(The technical file must be kept and placed at the disposal of competent national authorities for at least ten years from the date of manufacture of the motorized door);
draw up the EC Declaration of Conformity in accordance with Annex II-A of the Machinery
Directive and deliver it to the customer;
affix the EC marking on the motorized door in accordance with point 1.7.3 of Annex I of
the Machinery Directive.
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3. Technical data
Ditec VALOR L-H
Ditec VALOR P
Ditec VALOR N
Ditec VALOR T
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
F1A
F1,6A with weight
>200 kg
300 W
0,8 m/s
1,6 m/s
1,2 m/s with
weight 180 kg
6 - CONTINUOUS
S3=100%
120 kg
100 kg 1 breakout door wing
220 kg
180 kg 2 breakout door wings
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
F1A
F1,6A with weight
>200 kg
300 W
0,8 m/s
1,6 m/s
1,2 m/s with
weight 180 kg
6 - CONTINUOUS
S3=100%
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
F1A
F1,6 A with weight
>200 kg
300 W
-
120 kg
200 kg
240 kg
260 kg
-
-
150 kg
-
-
-
300 kg
-
-20 °C - +55 °C
-20 °C - +55 °C
-20 °C - +55 °C
-20 °C - +55 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
24 V 0,5 A
24 V 0,5 A
24 V 0,5 A
24 V 0,5 A
Power supply
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
Power fuse
F1A
Rated power input
Max speed 1 wing
Max speed 2 wings
200 W
0,8 m/s
Max speed 4 wings
Service life
Intermittence
Max door weight 1 wing
5 - HEAVY DUTY
S3=100%
Max door weight 2 wings
Door weight with reinforced wheels 1 wing
Door weight with reinforced wheels 2 wings
Temperature
Temperature with
batteries
Degree of protection
Control panel
Accessories power
supply
1,6 m/s
100 kg
180 kg
0,8 m/s
1,6 m/s
6 - CONTINUOUS
S3=100%
3.1 Operating instructions
Service class: 5 (minimum 5 years of working life with 600 cycles per day).
Applications: VERY INTENSE (for shared entrances with very intense pedestrian use).
Service class: 6 (minimum 5 years of working life with continuous use).
Applications: CONTINUOUS (for all special situations with continuous use).
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-
Performance characteristics are to be understood as referring to the recommended weight
(approx. 2/3 of maximum permissible weight). A reduction in performance is to be expected
when the access is made to operate at the maximum permissible weight.
Service class, running times, and the number of consecutive cycles are to be taken as merely
indicative having been statistically determined under average operating conditions, and are
therefore not necessarily applicable to specific conditions of use. During given time spans
product performance characteristics will be such as not to require any special maintenance.
The actual performance characteristics of each automatic access may be affected by independent variables such as friction, balancing and environmental factors, all of which may substantially alter the performance characteristics of the automatic access or curtail its working life
or parts thereof (including the automatic devices themselves). When setting up, specific local
conditions must be duly borne in mind and the installation adapted accordingly for ensuring
maximum durability and trouble-free operation.
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4. Standard installation
6B
a
6B
4
5 6A
1
3
2
A
0
11
7
7
b
12
GND
8
10
9
5
6A
or
6B
7
8
9
10
11
12
A
Code
VALOR
EL20
AL2
VALABE
VALABC
PAS024AMW (microwave+infrared), or
PASAA2 (only infrared)
PAS024AMW (microwave+infrared), or
PASAA2 (infrared only)
Description
Operator
Drive unit
Control panel
Transformer
Emergency batteries (optional)
No-break batteries (optional)
Combined sensor for opening and safety during closing
external side
Combined sensor for opening and safety during closing
internal side (operator)
}
PASM24W (microwave), or
PASM243 (microwave), or
+ PASAT3I Opening sensor (a) + Safety during closing sensor (b) interPASS24 (microwave), or
(infrared) nal side (inside the operator’s housing)
PASS24W (microwave), or
PASA (infrared)
PASAT3
Safety during opening sensor (outside or inside the operaPASAT3I
tor’s housing)
VALSB
Integrated release handle
LOKSBM
Release handle
COME - COMHK
Functions selector switch
CELPR
Photocells (NOT ACCORDING TO STANDARD EN 16005)
MD1
Display
PFP1 - PFP2 - PDP1 - PDP2
Open push buttons
Connect the power supply to an approved omnipolar switch with an opening distance of the contacts of at least
3mm (not supplied). The connection to the mains must be made via an independent channel, separated from
the connections to command and safety devices.
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1
2
3
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5. Installation of the automation
5.1
VALOR box fastening
145
90
38
175
+/- 6
28
27
+/- 8
80
H
HM = H + 18
70 max
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0KP515AB
Wiring passage
Unless otherwise specified, all measurements are expressed in millimetres (mm).
The VALOR automation wall fixing measurements are illustrated in the diagram, considering that
the door wing profiles are not of our production.
If the door wings are made with DITEC profiles of the PAM series: refer to the measurements in
the related manuals.
WARNING: if the door wings are fitted with a break-out device, use the carriages with brackets
with 3 fixing points.
Fix the box with M6 Ø12 steel plugs or 6MA screws. Distribute the fixing points approx. every 800
mm.
Make sure that the box is level and its top surface is perpendicular with the floor and not deformed
lengthwise with the shape of the wall. If the wall is not straight and smooth, the box must be fixed
to metal plates.
WARNING: The fastening of the box to the wall must be suitable in order to sustain the weight of
the door wings.
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The given operating and performance features can only be guaranteed with the use of
DITEC accessories and safety devices.
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5.2
VALOR T box fastening
90
38
255
+/- 6
28
27
+/- 6
145
+/- 8
160
70 max
H
HM=H+16
70 max
KPAM45
12
KPAM45
Unless otherwise specified, all measurements are expressed in millimetres (mm).
The figure shows the measurements for wall mounting the VALOR H automation considering that
the door wings are made of DITEC PAMH60 series profiles.
If the PAMH60 door wing has lead-shielding (e.g. radiology department) refer to the measurements marked [*].
Fix the box with M6 Ø12 steel plugs or 6MA screws. Distribute the fixing points approx. every 800
mm.
Make sure that the box is level and its top surface is perpendicular with the floor and not deformed
lengthwise with the shape of the wall. If the wall is not straight and smooth, the box must be fixed
to metal plates.
WARNING: The fastening of the box to the wall must be suitable in order to sustain the weight of
the door wings.
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Wiring passage
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8*
H
PH=H-34
50
*114
6
10
PAMH60
HM=H-8
HM=H+60*
34
-8
6
9
170
+27
90
38
175
≥15
5.3 VALOR H box fastening
VALH60
60
Wiring passage
L
min 80
max 600
34
74
10
PL=L-68
30
10
39
57
116*
LM=L+46 (LM=L+164)*
57
116*
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Unless otherwise specified, all measurements are expressed in millimetres (mm).
The figure shows the measurements for wall mounting the VALOR H automation considering that
the door wings are made of DITEC PAMH60 series profiles.
If the PAMH60 door wing has lead-shielding (e.g. radiology department) refer to the measurements marked [*].
Fix the box with M6 Ø12 steel plugs or 6MA screws. Distribute the fixing points approx. every 800
mm.
Make sure that the box is level and its top surface is perpendicular with the floor and not deformed
lengthwise with the shape of the wall. If the wall is not straight and smooth, the box must be fixed
to metal plates.
WARNING: The fastening of the box to the wall must be suitable in order to sustain the weight of
the door wings.
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5.4
Preparation of the glass door wing
The diagram indicates the process measurements of the aluminium profile AC1356 and glass.
Ø10 through holes are required on the aluminium profile and Ø15 on the glass for fastening. The
number of holes and related distance between centres are based on the door wing width. Silicon
should ideally be used between the edge of the glass and the internal base of the profile.
100
Ø10
11
11
Ø10
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Ø15
Ø15
L>1000
L≤1000
100
100
30
30
100
Ø10
Ø15
L>1000
L≤1000
10
100
100
100
100
Ø15
Ø15
100
30
30
100
Ø15
L≤1000
L>1000
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With AC4255 or AC4870 glass wing attachment applications, see the respective manual.
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5.5
VALOR - VALOR H wings installation and adjustment
Make sure that the central wheel [d] is adjusted as illustrated in the diagram.
Fix the door wing to the carriage with screws [a].
The outer wheel of the carriage must not protrude beyond the dimension of the door wing.
Adjust the horizontal position of the door wing in accordance with the measurements indicated in
diagram VALOR 2 for 2 door wing automations, VALOR 1 RH for right-hand opening automations
and VALOR 1 LH for left-hand opening automations. Secure the adjustment with screws [a].
Loosen screws [b], adjust the vertical position of the door wing by means of screw [c] and fix the
adjustment with screws [b].
Check, by moving the door manually, that the movement is free and without friction and that al
the wheels rest on the guide.
WARNING: Leave a gap of at least 10 mm between the glass door wings when closed to avoid
contact of the glass.
max 0,5 mm
c
d
d
b
a
b
VALOR 2 WINGS
150
150
OPEN
150
LM
OPEN
150
LM
VALOR 1 WING - RIGHT OPENING
200
OPEN
150
LM
150
OPEN
LM
12
200
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VALOR 1 WING - LEFT OPENING
5.6
VALOR T wings installation and adjustment
Make sure that the central wheel [d] is adjusted as illustrated in the diagram.
Fix the door wing to the carriage with screws [a].
The outer wheel of the carriage must not protrude beyond the dimension of the door wing.
Adjust the horizontal position of the door wing in accordance with the measurements indicated in
diagram VALOR 2 +2 for four door wing automations, VALOR 1 +1 RH for right-hand opening automations and VALOR 1 +1 LH for left-hand opening automations. Secure the adjustment with screws [a].
Loosen screws [b], adjust the vertical position of the door wing by means of screw [c] and fix the
adjustment with screws [b].
Check, by moving the door manually, that the movement is free and without friction and that al
the wheels rest on the guide.
Proceed as follows to adjust the overlap of the door wings:
- Place the door in the closed position.
- Hold the external door wing in the closed position.
- Loosen [g] and move the door wing, increasing or decreasing the overlap.
- Tighten [g].
Adjust the tension of the cables by means of adjuster [e], loosening the locking nut.
Correctly tension the cable, then block it with the locking nut.
d
max 0,5 mm
max 0,5 mm
c
b
a
b
g
f
f
e
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3 mm
f
e
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VALOR 2+2 WINGS
100
150
OPEN
150
150
S
150
OPEN
LM
d
e
S
OPEN
LM
150
100
150
OPEN
LM
LM
f
e
f
d
VALOR 1+1 WING - RIGHT OPENING
200
150
150
100
S
OPEN
OPEN
LM
LM
f
e
d
VALOR 1+1 WING - LEFT OPENING
100
OPEN
S
OPEN
LM
d
14
200
150
LM
e
f
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5.7
Floor guide installation
10
22 10
HM
The floor guides must be made of an antifriction material such as PVC, NYLON, TEFLON. The
length of the floor guide should not be greater than the overlap of between the fixed and mobile
door wing and must not enter the doorway.
The measurements of the code 0KP515AB floor guide for framed door wings are indicated in the
diagram.
min 21
max 40
50
HM
The measurements of the code KPAM45 floor guide for telescopic door wings are indicated in the diagram.
12
19
5
50
12
42
42
The floor guide for the PAMH60 door wing has the measurements indicated in paragraph 5.3.
The measurements of the code 0KP369 floor guide for glass door wings are indicated in the diagram.
HVM
10
5 25
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10-12
50
40
15
5.8
Belt adjustment
Loosen screws [a], unscrew screw [b] until the spring is at a compression of 22 mm (if the length
of the automation is lower than 2600 mm) or 20 mm (if the length of the automation is greater
than 2600 mm).
Block the adjustment by tightening screws [a].
WARNING: incorrect adjustment impairs the correct functioning of the automation.
b
a
LT<2600 = 22 mm
LT≥2600 = 20 mm
5.9
Lock device installation
Place the door wing in the closure position.
Fasten the lock device to the box profile by means of the supplied screws [a].
Align the lock pin [b] and the lock bracket [c] and manually check the correct functioning.
Slightly lubricate the lock pin and lock bracket.
b
c
a
b
a
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6. Electrical connections
Electrical wiring and starting are shown in the installation manual of control panel EL20.
Make sure the yellow/green conductor
is at least 30 mm longer than
the brown and blue conductors.
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Before connecting the power supply, make sure the plate data correspond to that of the
mains power supply.
An omnipolar disconnection switch with minimum contact gaps of 3 mm must be included in
the mains supply.
Check that upstream of the electrical installation there is an adequate residual current circuit
breaker and a suitable overcurrent cutout.
Use a H05RN-F 3G1,5 or H05RR-F 3G1,5 type electric cable and connect to the terminals L
(yellow/green) in the automation. Make sure the yellow/green conductor
(brown), N (blue),
is at least 30 mm longer than the brown and blue conductors.
Secure the cable using the special cable clamp and remove the outer sheath near the terminal
only.
Connection to the mains power supply, in the section outside the automation, is made with
independent channels and separated from the connections to the control and safety devices.
The channels must penetrate a few centimetres inside the automation thorough a hole maximum Ø16 mm.
Make sure there are no sharp edges that may damage the power supply cable.
Make sure that the mains power supply (230 V) conductors and the accessory power supply
(24 V) conductors are separate.
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7.
Routine maintenance plan
Perform the following operations and checks every 6 months according to intensity of use of
the automation.
Without 230 V~ power supply and batteries:
- Clean and lubricate the moving parts (the carriage guides and the floor guides).
- Check the belt tension.
- Clean sensors and photocells.
- Check the stability of the automatic system and make sure that all screws are correctly tightened.
- Check the alignment of the doors, the closing positions and the correct introduction of the
blocking device.
Connect the 230 V~ power supply and batteries:
- Check that the blocking system is working correctly.
- Check the stability of the door and that the movement is regular and without friction.
- Check that all command functions are operating correctly.
- Check the correct functioning of the photocells.
- Check that the door’s developed powers are in accordance with applicable regulations.
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NOTE: for spare parts, see the spares price list.
For repairs or replacements of products only original spare parts must be used.
The installer shall provide all information relating to automatic, manual and emergency
operation of the motorised door or gate, and provide the user with operating instructions.
The installer must prepare the maintenance log, which will indicate all the interventions of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance carried out.
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Ditec
VALOR
Ditec
VALOR
user’s manual
user’s
manual
Sliding
door
automation
Sliding door automation
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General safety precautions
The following precautions are an integral and essential part of the product and must be supplied to the user.
Read them carefully since they contain important information on safe installation, use and
maintenance.
These instructions must be kept and forwarded to all possible future users of the system.
This product must only be used for the specific purpose for which it was designed.
Any other use is to be considered improper and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by improper, incorrect
or unreasonable use.
This product should not be used by people (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instructions concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Avoid operating in the proximity of the hinges or moving mechanical parts.
Do not enter within the operating range of the motorized door while it is moving.
Do not block the movement of the motorized door since this may be dangerous.
Do not allow children to play or stay within the operating range of the motorized door.
Keep remote controls and/or any other control devices out of the reach of children in order to
avoid possible
involuntary activation of the motorized door.
In the event of fault or malfunctioning of the product, turn off the power supply switch, do not
attempt to repair or intervene directly and contact only qualified personnel.
Failure to comply with the above may cause a dangerous situation.
All cleaning, maintenance or repair work must be carried out by qualified personnel.
To ensure that the system works efficiently and correctly, the manufacturer’s indications must
be complied with and routine maintenance of the motorized door must be performed by qualified personnel.
In particular, regular checks are recommended in order to verify that the safety devices are
operating correctly.
All installation, maintenance and repair work must be documented and made available to the
user.
For the correct disposal of electric and electronic equipment, waste batteries and accumulators, the user must take such products to the designated municipal collection facilities.
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Technical data
Power supply
Ditec VALOR L-H
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
Power fuse
F1A
Rated power
input
Service life
Temperature
Te m p e ra t u re
with batteries
Degree of
protection
Control panel
Accessories
power supply
Ditec VALOR P
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
F1A
F1,6A with weight
>200 kg
Ditec VALOR N
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
F1A
F1,6A with weight
>200 kg
Ditec VALOR T
230 V~ 50/60 Hz
F1A
F1,6 A with weight
>200 kg
200 W
300 W
300 W
300 W
5 - HEAVY DUTY
-20 °C - +55 °C
6 - CONTINUOUS
-20 °C - +55 °C
6 - CONTINUOUS
-20 °C - +55 °C
6 - CONTINUOUS
-20 °C - +55 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
-10 °C - +50 °C
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
IP20
(FOR INTERNAL
USE ONLY)
EL20
24 V 0,5 A
24 V 0,5 A
24 V 0,5 A
24 V 0,5 A
The following safety devices may be installed to protect the danger areas (according to EN 16005):
2B
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2A
3
1
PAS024AMW (microwave+infrared), or
PASAA2 (infrared only)
Combined sensor for opening and safety during
closing external side
2A
PAS024AMW (microwave+infrared), or
PASAA2 (infrared only)
Combined sensor for opening and safety during
closing internal side (operator)
or
2B
3
PASM24W (microwave), or
PASM243 (microwave), or
PASS24 (microwave), or
PASS24W (microwave), or
PASA (infrared)
PASAT3
PASAT3I
}
+ PASAT3I
(infrared)
Opening sensor (a) + Safety during closing sensor (b)
internal side (inside the operator’s housing)
Safety during opening sensor (outside or inside the
operator’s housing)
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Manual release instructions
In the event of maintenance, malfunctioning or emergency, pull the lock release lever VALSB down
and turn it to the right or lower the lock release lever LOKSBM (if installed) and move the door
wings manually into the open position.
To block the door wings again, reposition the lock release lever to the initial position.
WARNING: carry out the door wing blocking and release with the motor switched off.
Entrematic Group AB
Lodjursgatan 10
SE-261 44, Landskrona
Sweden
www.entrematic.com
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User instructions function selector
The STOP position prevents the batteries from engaging in case of emergency.
NOTE: for correct door operation and regular battery recharging, it is essential that the automatic
system be always powered with batteries connected (also during the night).
FUNCTION SELECTOR
COME
DOOR OPEN
The door opens and remains open.
COMH-K
4
TOTAL ONE-WAY OPENING
For one-way operation from the inside/outside of the door.
1
TOTAL TWO-WAY OPENING
For two-way door operation
2
PARTIAL OPENING
For two-way, one-way and partial opening operation.
3
PARTIAL OPENING
For two-way partial opening.
DOOR CLOSED
The door closes and remains closed and locked (if lock is present).
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IMMEDIATE NIGHT-TIME CLOSURE (STOP)
The door stops immediately when the NIGHT-TIME CLOSURE key is
pressed for 3 s.
IMMEDIATE NIGHT-TIME CLOSURE
The door stops immediately when the NIGHT-TIME CLOSURE is selected.
POWER RESET
Cancels the data acquired, proceeding with a new acquisition after 3
seconds.
1
5
POWER
RESET
DMCS Jack
This is used to connect the DMCS software.
N.B.: The DMCS jack can be accessed by removing the function selector
switch cover.
POWER
RESET
1
2
3
4
5
6
DMCS jack
DETACH AND DELIVER TO THE CUSTOMER
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DELAYED NIGHT-TIME CLOSURE
Pressing the NIGHT-TIME CLOSURE key, the door closes after 10 seconds
(with J1=ON) or 60 seconds (with J1=OFF). This allows authorised door
management personnel to get out before it closes.
DMCS jack
CANCELLING THE CODE (with J3=ON.)
Press the LOCK key for 3 seconds.
Enter the numerical code. NOTE: the red LED flashes during this procedure. Press the LOCK key for 3 seconds.
If the LED is switched off, the selector is working and no access code is
set.
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SETTING THE CODE (with J3=ON)
The code can contain up to 5 numbers.
Press the LOCK key for 3 seconds.
Enter the numerical code. NOTE: the red LED flashes during this procedure. Press the LOCK key for 3 seconds.
If the LED remains steady on, the selector is protected by an access code.
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