I30
User’s Manual
GB
Introduction
Control panel three-phase VERSUS range for installation on commercial and industrial doors and industrial loading docks.
Technical data
Control panel
Frequency
Codification
Memory
Power supply
Maximum motor power
Optional cards
12 and 24Vdc output
Free voltage outputs
230Vac output
Manoeuvre time
Operating temperature
Watertighness
Size
868,35MHz
High security rolling code
27 codes (expandable to 500 codes with memory card)
400Vac three phase / 230Vac
2,2kW / 1,1kW
V-DPLAY, V-XPAN, MEM500, V-LCD
1 fix (250mA)
3 outputs
Maximum 10A
1 second – 6 minutes
-20ºC to +85ºC
IP65
180 x 152 x 88 mm
RSEC3 Receiver built-in (RS3 / RB3 systems supported)
Frequency
Memory
Radiated power
Coverage
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Multifrequency system 868MHz auto-adjustable
RS3: 1 transmitter; RB3 : 6 transmitters
< 1mW
50 meters
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Connection
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Connection
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Starting up
Installation with support
UNSCREW
EXTRACT SUPPORT
DRILL WALL
HANG CONTROL PANEL
SCREW
Installation without support
UNSCREW
OPEN TOP
DRILL WALL
Door Positioning using the V-LCD
DOOR OPENED
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS START BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s
PRESS  BUTTON & KEPT
TO CLOSE THEDOOR IN DM
DOOR CLOSES
DOOR CLOSED
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Starting up
Programming the safety transmitter
PRESS RPROG BUTTON
LED TURNS ON
PRESS RPROG BUTTON
LED TURNS OFF & END PROG
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PRESS PROG TRANSMITTER
ONE BEEP & PROGRAMMED
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Starting up
Programming is done through the PROG and START pushbuttons on motherboard or with the V-LCD.
Programming with PROG and START pushbuttons without absolute encoder
DOOR CLOSED
PRESS PROG PUSHBUTTON
LED TURNS ON
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR OPENS
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR STOPS
AUTOCLOSE TIME
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
LED TURNS OFF
DOOR CLOSES
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR STOPS
END PROGRAMMING
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Programming with PROG and START pushbuttons without absolute encoder & RSENS
DOOR CLOSED
PRESS PROG PUSHBUTTON
LED TURNS ON
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR OPENS
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR STOPS
AUTOCLOSE TIME
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR OPENS AUTO
LED TURNS OFF
DOOR CLOSES
DOOR STOPS AUTO
PRESS START PUSHBUTTON
DOOR CLOSES AUTO
DOOR STOPS
DOOR STOPS AUTO
END PROGRAMMING
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Programming with PROG and START pushbuttons with absolute encoder
DOOR CLOSED / OPENED
PRESS START TO SET
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS CLOSE TO SEARCH
LOWER LIMIT
LED TURNS ON
PRESS START TO SET
PRESS OPEN TO SEARCH
UPPER LIMIT
LED TURNS OFF
END PROGRAMMING
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Programming with PROG and START pushbuttons with absolute encoder & RSENS
DOOR CLOSED / OPENED
PRESS START TO SET
DOOR STOPS AUTO
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS CLOSE TO SEARCH
LOWER LIMIT
DOOR CLOSES AUTO
LED TURNS ON
PRESS START TO SET
DOOR STOPS AUTO
PRESS OPEN TO SEARCH
UPPER LIMIT
DOOR OPENS AUTO
LED TURNS OFF
END PROGRAMMING
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Programmig with V-LCD
V-LCD menu
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Programmig with V-LCD
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Programmig with V-LCD
Being on standby mode, press PROG button to select the operation mode. Every time you press PROG button, you will pass
from one mode to the next.
The operation modes are detailed below.
Door status mode
The first line indicates the status of the door (CLOSED, OPENING, OPENED, CLOSING)
The second line indicates the number of error, if there has been one.
Programming mode
It allows programming the maneuver of the door.
There are two possible ways of programming the maneuver (with absolute encoder or without it).
Example 1: Programming sequence with absolute encoder
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s
PRESS  BUTTON & KEPT
TO OPEN DOOR
PRESS PLUS + PROG TO
STORE OPENING POSITION
PRESS  BUTTON & KEPT
TO CLOSE DOOR
PRESS MINUS + PROG TO
STORE CLOSING POSITION
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Example 2: Programming sequence with absolute encoder & RSENS
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s
PRESS  BUTTON & KEPT
TO OPEN DOOR
PRESS PLUS + PROG TO
STORE OPENING POSITION
PRESS  BUTTON & KEPT
TO CLOSE DOOR
PRESS MINUS + PROG TO
STORE CLOSING POSITION
DOOR OPENS AUTO
DOOR STOPS AUTO
DOOR CLOSES AUTO
DOOR STOPS AUTO
Example 3: Programming sequence without absolute encoder
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR OPENING
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR OPENED
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR CLOSING
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PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR CLOSED
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Example 4: Programming sequence without absolute encoder & RSENS
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR OPENING
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR OPENED
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR CLOSING
PRESS START BUTTON
DOOR CLOSED
DOOR OPENS AUTO
DOOR STOPS AUTO
DOOR CLOSES AUTO
DOOR STOPS AUTO
Param config mode
It allows editing all the parameters of the control panel and changing them.
Example 1: EDIT INPUTS
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
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PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
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PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s TO
ENTER MENU
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
GO DOWN THE MENU
PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
SELECT THE “>” OPTION
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
GO DOWN THE MENU
PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
SELECT THE DESIRED OPTION
WAIT
Example 2: EDIT NUMERICALS
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s TO
ENTER MENU
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
GO DOWN THE MENU
PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
SELECT THE “>” OPTION
WAIT
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS BUTTON TO
SELECT A DIGIT POSITION
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
CHANGE THE NUMBER
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PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
VALIDATE
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Diagnostics mode
It allows checking all the parameters of the control panel.
Example
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s TO
ENTER MENU
WAIT
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
GO DOWN THE MENU
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
SELECT THE “>” OPTION
WAIT TO SEE THE FUNCTION
THAT HAS THIS OUTPUT
Language config mode
It allows changing the language of the V-LCD. There are three available languages in each control panel, different languages
depending on the customization.
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Example
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
GO DOWN THE MENU
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS TO
SELECT THE DESIRED OPTION
Change message mode
It allows changing the initial message of the V-LCD.
Example
BEING ON STANDBY MODE
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PROG BUTTON
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PRESS PROG BUTTON
PRESS PLUS + MINUS 2s TO
ENTER MENU
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PRESS PLUS BUTTON TO
CHANGE LINE 2
PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
SELECT THE LETTER
PRESS MINUS BUTTON TO
CHANGE THE LETTER
PRESS PLUS BUTTON TO
CHANGE POSITION
PRESS PROG BUTTON TO
VALIDATE
Radio programming
Radio programming (C1-Start)
OPEN TOP
PRESS RPROG BUTTON
PRESS RPROG BUTTON
LED TURNS OFF
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LED C1 TURNS ON
PRESS TRANSMITTER
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Maintenance
Reset of transmitters codes
OPEN TOP
PRESS AND HOLD RPROG
BRIDGE MR
END RESET
PRESS RPROG PUSHBUTTON
LED TURNS OFF
SEVERAL BEEPS
Reset of transmitters in RSEC3 Receiver
PRESS RPROG PUSHBUTTON
LED TRURNS ON
PRESS RPROG PUSHBUTTON
LED TURNS OFF & END PROG
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BRIDGE MR
SEVERAL BEEPS & END RESET
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Maintenance
Leds and beeps indication table
R1/R2
Led
ON
Check
Led
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Beeps
Equipment
Message / error
Solution
No beeps
Rband3
transmitter
Rband3
receiver
Rband3
receiver
Detection of the safety edge
Verify that the IN1/IN2 led of the Rband3 transmitter
is at ON to check the correct operation.
Verify the radio signal with the Check function.
Rband3
receiver
Check function. See coverage and signal
quality table.
4 beeps
each 20
seconds
No beeps
Communication failure between Rband2
transmitter and Rband3 receiver
Rband3 transmitter low battery
Verify the batteries of the transmitter
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Replacing a transmitter
If a transmitter becomes damaged the whole system must be reset and replaced, and non-damaged transmitters must then
be re-programmed into the receiver.
RSEC3 System check (Check function)
Press the receiver’s CHECK button for at least 1 second to enter check mode. The indicator light will come on and four
beeps will be heard.
Perform a complete door opening and closing manoeuvre. During the system check a beep will be heard every 1,5
seconds.
To exit Check mode, press the CHECK button or wait 5 minutes. On exiting check mode, seven consecutive beeps will be
heard and the indicator light will flash continuously.
If the communication fails:
- In case you work with RB3, halt the door manoeuvre and press the safety edges installed to detect what has failed.
- In case you work with RS3, halt the door manoeuvre and check in operating mode (outside the Check function)
that the D” green led indicates a coverage failure too.
Perform another system check until the result is correct.
Press the safety edges
Three consecutive beeps are heard
A single beep is heard
A single beep is heard
A single beep is heard
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Nº flashes
check led
1
Signal
coverage
Very weak
Result of check
Safety edge failure
2
3
4
5
Weak
Normal
Good
Very good
OK
OK
OK
OK
Solution
Change the orientation of the transmittingreceiving aerials or install an AED-868 or FLAT868 outdoor aerial to ensure the desired range.
The battery consumption will be higher
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Parameters
The configurable parameters of the control panels are grouped by parameter type as follows.
All these parameters depend on the installation type, used motor and used safety devices. Furthermore they depend on the
needs of each installation like maneuver timings, speeds of the door, etc…
ON/OFF Option parameters
The ON/OFF parameters allows enable or disable control panel functions according to the needs of each installation.
The parameters marked with the file in grey are only read parameters and they cannot be modified.
Num. Value
02 Auto close
03
No stop on opening
06
Inhib.4cm S.EDGE.CL
07
Dead man
08
SEC.CL inhibition
09
FC.OP installed
0A
FC.CL installed
0E
Time mode
11
Customization ID
18
SEC.CL programmed
1A
Closing by CSEC
On/off
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
1 – ON
0 – OFF
1 – ON
0 – OFF
1 – ON
0 – OFF
1
0
1
0
1
–
–
–
–
–
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
0 – OFF
1 – ON
0 – OFF
Description
Enables the autoclose function.
Enables the non inversion at opening function.
Enables the safety edge inhibition function during the last 4cm of the closing movement.
Enables the deadman function.
Enables the closing safety contact inhibition function.
Indicates whether, during programming, the panel has found and memorised a limit switch on
opening and, therefore, will act accordingly. In most cases, it will open until this is found, adding
pulses or time if required.
Indicates whether, during programming, the panel has found and memorised a limit switch on closure
and, therefore, will act accordingly. In most cases, it will close until this is found, adding pulses or
time if required.
Enables the opertion by Time, i.e. the position is controlled by counting time.
Shows the customization number of the control panel.
Indicates if the closing security contact has been programmed during the manoeuvre. The security
contact inhibition during the closing movement may not comply with regulations.
Enables the closure by security contact.
1 – ON
22
Lock mode
23
RBAND detected
24
Error info displayed
26
Motor outputs inverted
0 – OFF
1
0
1
0
1
0
–
–
–
–
–
–
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Indicates the RSENS lock configuration, if it has been detected on programming mode.
Indicates the RBAND presence, if it has been detected on programming mode.
Enables the advanced level of errors/warnings displayed.
Enables the sense inversion of motor outputs.
1 – ON
28
RBAND mode
0 – OFF
Enables the RBAND mode.
1 – ON
29
RSENS mode
0 – OFF
91
1
RSENS detected
0
1
Deadman if RSEC virgin
0
1
Autodetect OptoEdge IN1 0
1
Autodetect OptoEdge IN2 0
1
Autodetect OptoEdge IN3 0
1
Pre-FLASH option
0
92
RSENS Dynamic Radio
2A
2E
2F
30
31
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
– OFF
1 – ON
0 – OFF
Enables the RSENS mode.
Indicates the RSENS presence, if it has been detected on programming mode.
Enables dead man operating if a not programmed RSEC/R is detected.
Indicates that the IN1 input is configured as optical edge input.
Indicates that the IN2 input is configured as optical edge input.
Indicates that the IN3 input is configured as optical edge input.
Enables the pre-flash function at the beginning of the manoeuvre.
Enables the dynamic adjustment mode the radio power for the RSENS.
1 – ON
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B1
B4
Block On/off by password 0 – OFF
1 – ON
Current blockage status
0 – OFF
BE
Absolut encoder mode
1 – ON
0 – OFF
1 – ON
Enables the blockage of the control panel via password (default value 0000).
Indicates if the control panel is blocked currently.
Enables the operating by absolute encoder, that means that the position control is done by the
absolute encoder control
Numeric parameters
The numeric parameters allow defining different values of the control panels.
Note: When the V-DPLAY is used to read and/or configure parameters, it must be taken into account the following. The VDPLAY card only shows the two first digits of the most weight of the value. The real value then will be the value showed on the
display multiplied by a scale factor (DPLAY factor), indicated on the third column of the table.
Real value = showed value * DPLAY factor
For example, if, for the 33 parameter, the display shows a 2, the real value will be 2*1000=2000.
Num.
Numeric
Factor DPLAY
Description
Time/pulse extra inv.
1000
Time or pulse number added in each inversion.
Max.num movements
100000000
Limit number of panel movements as of which a special mode is enabled (operating or
notification mode) in order to indicate that door maintenance is required.
Opening stop point
1000
Stop point for the opening movement. In the case of operations by pulses, it indicates the number
of pulses required to open from the ground synchronism or closed door. The ground is normally
point 0. In the case of operations by time, the entire opening movement operation duration is
indicated. The panel returns the count in slow speed units, the programme recalculates by
adding the slow and normal speeds, multiplied by the normal/slow ratio factor, as applicable.
Closing stop point
1000
Stop point for the closure movement. In the case of operations by pulses and on most panels, this
is position value 0. It will be of no use for controlling the position of the door. In the case of
operations by time, the entire closure movement operation duration is indicated. The panel
returns the count in slow speed units, the programme recalculates by adding the slow and normal
speeds, multiplied by the normal/slow ratio factor, as applicable.
37
Open Ped.stop point
1000
Stop point for the door during pedestrian opening movements.
38
Close Ped.stop point
1000
Stop point for the door during pedestrian closure movements.
3B
SEC.CL inhib.point
1000
Point at which security contact inhibition is started during the closing movement.
Max.time/pulses to limit
1000
Number of pulses or time to be added to the opening and closure movement to search for the
reference, i.e. to reach the end of run or mechanical stop memorised during programming.
Inertia opening
1000
Number of pulses that the door has run with the motor at a standstill due to inertia during
opening operations.
Inertia closing
1000
Number of pulses that the door has run with the motor at a standstill due to inertia during closure
operations.
41
Autoclose value
10
Auto-close time.
42
Inhib.zone start point
1000
Size of the inhibition zone of any safety device at the end of the maneuver.
Max.security detections
10
Number of security trigger reversals permitted before auto-close is inhibited. Where the door
exceeds this maximum number of consecutive closure reversals without being able to close
completely, the auto-close function will be disabled.
4A
Electrolock time
10
Activation time of the electrolock.
4B
Courtesy light time
10
Activation time of the garage light.
4C
Flash frequency
10
Flash period time.
50
Panic signal period
10
Activation time of the panic signal.
53
RSENS inhib.margin
10
Inhibition zone of the closing maneuver of RSENS.
B2
Password value
100(*)
Password's value for the blockage of the control panel.
B3
Inversion time by SEC.CL
100
Inversion time after closing security detection.
5
32
33
34
3E
3F
40
47
(*) The password value is composed of 4 digits so that it can take values from 0000 to 9999. As it is modified the V-DPLAY accessory, first introduce the first
2 digits higher (P1) and then the other 2 digits (P2).
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Switch parameters
The switch parameters allow assigning different functions to each option of the switch. Each switch input (option) can have
different values; they are indicated on the third column of the following table.
If there is a physical switch on the board with one of the following parameters associated, it will be taken into account always.
That means, if option 1 of the physical switch on the board has assigned the function Autoprogramming and it is at ON, and the
parameter 01 (Autoprogramming) is at OFF, the control panel will take the value Autoprogramming at ON.
Switch parameters
Num
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
Switch
Available values - description
Switch 1
Switch 2
0
1
2
3
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SEC.CL TEST
SEC.OP TEST
PRE-FLASH
CLOSING BY SEC.CL
COURTESY
LIGHT/FLASH
17
TEST PRESSURE
SWITCH
INH.OP.PRESSURE
SW
SEC.CL OPEN REF
AUTO DETECT.FC.
REVERSE STRIKE
18
5C
Switch 9
NO FUNCTION
AUTOPROGRAMMIN
G
AUTOCLOSE
NOSTOP ON
OPENING
SLOW SPEED
ELECTROLOCK
INH.4CM S.EDGE.CL
DEAD MAN
SEC.CL INHIBITION
RSENS CONFIG
RBAND CONFIG
TIME/HALL CONFIG
19
20
21
The switch has not got a defined function
Enables the autoprogramming function
Enables the autoclose function
Enables the non inversion at opening function
Enables the slow speed
Enables the electrolock function
Enables the safety edge inhibition function during the last 4cm of the closing movement.
Enables the deadman function
Enables the closing safety contact inhibition function.
Enables the RSENS mode.
Enables the RBAND mode.
Configures:
1 - ON: Time function;
2 - OFF: HALL function
Enables the closing security contact autotest
Enables the opening security contact autotest
Enables the pre-flash function
Enables the closing security contact
Configures:
1 - ON: garage light output;
2 - OFF: flash output
Configuration test pressure switch function.
Enables the inhibition function of the pressure switch during the opening sequence.
Configuration of close security contact as opening reference function.
Configuration of the autodetection of limit switches by current (AC motors).
Configuration of the reverse strike at open.
Jumpers
Jumper
Function
JP
If cut off does not allows Side-prog programming
Input parameters
The input parameters allow configuring each available input of the control panel. Each input can have different values; they are
indicated on the third column of the following table.
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Num Inputs
5E
IN 1:IN10
5F
60
61
62
6A
6E
71
START pushbutton IN
PROG pushbutton IN
(DCS CH1) IN
(DCS CH2) IN
72
Available values - description
0
1
2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
NO FUNCTION
S.EDGE.CL
S.EDGE.OP
FC.OP M1
FC.OP M2
FC.CL M1
FC.CL M2
SEC.OP
SEC.CL
STOP
START
OPEN
CLOSE
PEDESTRIAN START
PEDESTRIAN OPEN
DEAD MAN OPEN
DEAD MAN CLOSE
DEAD MAN OP-CL
HALL_A MOTOR 1
HALL_B MOTOR 1
HALL_A MOTOR 2
HALL_B MOTOR 2
ZERO CROSS
PROG
CURRENT MOTOR 1
CURRENT MOTOR 2
SEC.OP
RADIO START
STOP BY
TEMPERATURE
SEC.CL
SEC.OP AUTOTEST
33
SEC.CL AUTOTEST
34
S.EDGE.CL AUTOTEST
35
S.EDGE.OP AUTOTEST
36
37
38
RSENS DETECTION
RBAND OPEN DETECT
RBAND CLOSE
DETECT
STOP N.O.
OPTO EDGE.CL
OPTO EDGE.OP
PRESSURE SWITCH
AUTOEDGE.CL
AUTOEDGE.OP
COURTESY LIGHT ON
OPEN SLOW SPEED
REF
CLOSE SLOW SPEED
REF
OPEN INSIDE
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
74
75
76
77
The input has not got a defined function.
Closing safety edge input (8k2) .
Opening safety edge input (8k2).
M1 motor opening limit switch input (NC).
M2 motor opening limit switch input (NC).
M1 motor closing limit switch input (NC).
M2 motor closing limit switch input (NC).
Opening security contact input (NC).
Closing security contact input (NC).
Stop pushbutton input (NC).
Start pushbutton input (NO).
Open pushbutton input (NO).
Close pushbutton input (NO).
Pedestrian pushbutton input (NO).
Open pedestrian pushbutton input (NO).
Open pushbutton input in deadman mode (NO).
Close pushbutton input in deadman mode (NO).
Start pushbutton input in deadman mode (NO).
HALL A for M1 motor input
HALL B for M1 motor input
HALL A for M2 motor input
HALL B for M2 motor input
Configuration input as zero pass.
Programming pushbutton input PROG.
Configuration input as current motor 1.
Configuration input as current motor 2.
Magnetic opening security contact input (connected to MTC).
Start pushbutton via radio input (NO).
Temperature stop input (thermal).
Magnetic closing security contact input (connected to MTC).
Opening security contact with autotest function input (NC). If this input is used, an autotest
output ready to perform autotest functions must be used.
Closing security contact with autotest function input (NC). If this input is used, an autotest
output ready to perform autotest functions must be also used.
Closing safety edge with autotest function input (NC). If this input is used, an autotest
output ready to perform autotest functions must be also used.
Opening safety edge with autotest function input (NC). If this input is used, an autotest
output ready to perform autotest functions must be also used.
Configuration input as RSENS detection.
Configuration input as RBAND opening detection.
Configuration input as RBAND closing detection.
STOP input (NO)
Closing optical safety edge input.
Opening optical safety edge input.
Configuration input as pressure switch
Closing automatic 8K2/OPTO safety edge input.
Opening automatic 8K2/OPTO safety edge input.
Courtesy light activation input.
Configuration input as opening slow speed entering reference.
Configuration input as closing slow speed entering reference.
Configuration input as open from inside.
(Motion C1) IN
(Motion C2) IN
(Motion C3) IN
(Motion C4) IN
Output parameters
The output parameters allow configuring each available input of the control panel. Each output can have different values; they
are indicated on the third column of the following table.
Num
78
Output
OUT 1:OUT 6
79
7A
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Available values - description
0
1
ALWAYS OFF
COURTESY LIGHT
LEVEL
The output has not got a defined function
Garage light level output (duration = maneuver time + programmed time)
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7B
2
90
3
4
A1
A2
5
6
7
A3
A4
A5
8
A6
9
A7
10
A8
A9
11
AA
12
13
AB
AC
14
15
16
17
AD
AE
18
19
(TL-CARD-V) OUT
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
AF
B0
COURTESY LIGHT
PULSE
FLASH
FLASH+COURTE
SY LIGHT
ELECTROLOCK
ELECTROBRAKE
CLOSE AUTOTEST
SIGNAL
OPENING SEQ.
START
OPENING
SEQUENCE
CLOSING SEQ.
START
CLOSING
SEQUENCE
ERROR SIGNAL
PEDESTRIAN
SEQUENCE
PANIC SIGNAL
GREEN LIGHT
RED LIGHT
INSIDE GREEN
LIGHT
INSIDE RED
LIGHT
OUTSIDE GREEN
LIGHT
OUSIDE RED
LIGHT
INTRUSIVE
SIGNAL
S.EDGE ACTIVE
SEC.OP ACTIVE
SEC.CL ACTIVE
FC.OP ACTIVE
FC.CL ACTIVE
ALARM
MAX.
NUM.SEQUENCE
S
ALWAYS ON
MOTOR
RUNNING
LOW BATTERY
SIGNAL
OPEN AUTOTEST
SIGNAL
ELECTROMAGNET
BOLLARD
BOLLARD LIGHT
BOLLARD RED
LIGHT
BOLLARD
WARNINGLIGHT
Garage light pulse output (duration = programmed time)
Flash output
Flash+courtesy light by level output.
Electrolock output
Electrobrake control output
Closing security contact autotest output
Active output right at the beginning of the opening operation
Active output during all the opening operation
Active output right at the beginning of the closing operation
Active output during all the closing operation
Active output when error detection
Active output during pedestrian mode
Active output when panic signal detection
Green traffic light control output
Red traffic light control output
Green inside traffic light control output (traffic control mode)
Red inside traffic light control output (traffic control mode)
Green outside traffic light control output (traffic control mode)
Red outside traffic light control output (traffic control mode)
Intruder detection function output
Active output when safety edge detection
Active output when opening security contact detection
Active output when closing security contact detection
Active output when opening limit switch detection
Active output when closing limit switch detection
Active output when alarm signal detection
Active output when the maximum number of maneuvers is exceeded
Output always active
Active output at any door movement
Active output when low battery detection
Opening security contact autotest output
Configuration
Configuration
Configuration
Configuration
output as electromagnet control.
output as bollard control signal.
output as a crown of light bollard.
output as red traffic light bollard mode.
Configuration output as warning traffic light bollard mode.
Status parameters
The status parameters indicate the state of the maneuver, last errors or control panel versions. These parameters are only
read parameters and they cannot be modified.
Num.
Parameters
Factor DPLAY
Description
7F
Control panel status
10
Shows the control panel state ( open, lost, closed)
80
Control panel last error
10
Shows the value of the last error detected
81
Number of sequences
100000000
Shows the number of memorized manoeuvres
96
Software version
1000
Shows the software version of the control panel
97
EEPROM version
1000
Shows the memory data version
98
Serial number
100000000
Shows the serial number of the control panel
99
Production ID
100000000
Shows the production number of the control panel
9A
Panel last Problem
10
Shows the last problem detected
9B
Panel last Warning
10
Shows the value of the last warning detected
9D
101-104 TL-CARD-V
Status
10
Shows if the TL-CARD-V with the 101, 102, 103, 104 output is connected.
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9E
111-114 TL-CARD-V
Status
10
Shows if the TL-CARD-V with the 111, 112, 113, 114 outputs is connected.
9F
121-124 TL-CARD-V
Status
10
Shows if the TL-CARD-V with the 121, 122, 123, 124 outputs is connected.
A0
131-134 TL-CARD-V
Status
10
Shows if the TL-CARD-V with the 131, 132, 133, 134 outputs is connected.
Light indicators
Function
Indicates
Default value
ON
Power supply
Normally light on
STOP/ERROR
Operating warning or error
Normally light off
PROG
Programming mode
Normally light off
INXX
Input activated
Normally light off
OUTXX
Output activated
Normally light off
Display messages
Serious errors
Errors associated with the security of the installation or equipment malfunction. These errors must be resolved always.

Error
Description
Solution
 INT. ERROR
Internal error
Go to the technical service

HA ERROR
Hall A error
Verify the hall A input connections

PROG TIME MAX
Hall B error
Program a maneuver below the maximum allowed time

S.EDGE.CL ERROR
Closing safety edge error
Verify the security edge band connections when closing

S.EDGE.OP ERROR
Opening safety edge error
Verify the security edge band connections when opening
TEMP ON
Motor temperature sensor activated
Verify the motor state and the temperature sensor
connection
TEST.CL ERROR
Closing auto test error
Verify that the security device connected to the security
connection when closing is in good conditions and
correctly installed
TEST.OP ERROR
Opening auto test error
Verify that the security device connected to the security
connection when opening is in good conditions and
correctly installed
RSENS NC WHEN PROG
Control panel programmed without RSENS Connect the RSEC card and program the control panel
connected
again
RSENS NOT FOUND
Control panel programmed with RSENS
connected and now it is not connected
Program the control panel again without RSEC or
connect the RSEC again that was programmed to the
control panel previously
RSENS PROG ERROR
RSENS programming error, are R and T
paired?
Program the transmitter RSENS to the RSEC receiver
card

STOP
Control panel stopped by an STOP
Verify that the STOP input has been activated

INTERNAL ERROR
Internal control panel error
Go to the technical service
DOOR LOCKED RSENS
Closed door latch
Open the door's latch before the opening manoeuvre
RBAND NOT FOUND
Control panel programmed with RBAND
connected and now it is not connected
Program the control panel again without using RBAND or
connect the RBAND that was connected to the control
panel previously
RBAND NC WHEN PROG
Control panel not programmed with
RBAND connected
Connect the RBAND card and program the control panel
again
FC NOT LEARNT
End of course learning error
Verify the intern motor limit switches
ERROR SYNC RSENS
Synchronization error between the receiver Program the transmitter RSENS to the RSEC receiver
and the transmitter
card

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







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RSENS RADIO ERROR
Detection through opening current
CTROL PANEL BLOCKED
Control panel cannot enter programmation Enter the password with V-DPLAY or VERSUS-PROG for
because it is blocked.
unlocking the control panel.
ERROR ABSOLUT ENCODER Absolut encoder not found or returning a
mistake
Verify the batteries of the RSENS emitter id they are
charged, verify the radio signal with the Check function
Verify the connection of the absolute encoder
Minor errors
Errors that do not inhibit the operation of the control panel but it is recommended to solve for a good operating.

Error
Description
Solution

NOT PROGRAMMED
Control panel not programmed
Program the control panel again
REF. NOT FOUND
Any reference has been reached
Define a reference when programming the control panel
(limit switch, mechanical stop, etc...)
FCO
Control panel programmed with RSENS but
without FCO
A limit switch should be installed to improve the installation
with the RSENS system
RSENS LOW BATTERY
RSENS low battery
Verify the batteries of the RSENS transmitter



Warnings
Informative messages from the control panel.















Error
Description
Solution
FC.CL M1 NOT FOUND
Closing end of course Motor 1 not found
when expected
Verify the limit switch installation when motor 1 is closing
FC.CL M2 NOT FOUND
Closing end of course Motor 2 not found
when expected
Verify the limit switch installation when motor 2 is closing
Opening end of course Motor 1 not found
when expected
Verify the limit switch installation when motor 1 is opening
FC.OP M2 NOT FOUND
Opening end of course Motor 2 not found
when expected
Verify the limit switch installation when motor 2 is opening
S.EDGE.CL ON
Closing safety edge activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
S.EDGE.OP ON
Opening safety edge activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
C.SEC.CL ON
Closing security contact activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
C.SEC.OP ON
Opening security contact activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
MAG.DETEC ON
Magnetic closing security activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
RSENS ON
RSENS security activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
C.SEC.M ON
Magnetic security contact activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
ERROR RADIO DESCRYPT
Receiving not programmed transmitters from Verify that in the installation there are no emitters of
another customer or installer
another client/ installer activated with our control panel
ERROR RADIO RTDS
The radio signal received is very low
Verify the installation and the radio signal
S.OPTOEDGE.CL ON
Closing optical safety edge activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
S.OPTOEDGE.OP ON
Opening optical safety edge activated
Verify that the security edge activation was produces by an
obstacle
PRESSURE SW ON
Pressure switch activation (hydraulic motor). Verify that the pressure switch activation was produced by
an obstacle.
FC.OP M1 NOT FOUND
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Safety instructions
Safety instructions for installation
Disconnect the power supply whenever you proceed
to the installation or repair of the control panel.
· The panel must be installed while the power is disconnected.
· Before installing the panel, remove all unnecessary ropes or chains and disable any equipment such as locks that is not
necessary for the automatic operation.
· Before installing the panel, check that the door is in good mechanical condition, correctly balanced and that it opens and
closes correctly.
· Install the manual unlocking device at a height lower than 1.8m.
· Install any permanent control next to the door away from any moving part and at a minimum height of 1.5m.
· For permanently connected equipment, an easily accessible power disconnection device must be incorporated into the wiring.
It is recommended that this be of the emergency switch type.
· If the control panel is supplied without emergency stop button, this will be incorporated in the installation, connecting it to the
STOP terminal.
· For correct use of the security edge, this must never be activated when the door is fully closed. It is wise to install the ends of
run before activating the edge.
· This equipment can only be handled by a specialist fitter, by maintenance staff or by a suitably trained operator.
·To connect the power supply and motor wiring, 2.5 mm2 section terminals must be used.
· Use protective goggles when handling the equipment.
· Fuses must only be handled when the appliance is disconnected from the mains.
· The instructions for using this equipment must remain in the possession of the user.
· European door normative EN 12453 and EN 12445 specify the following minimum protection and door safety levels:
- for single-family dwellings, prevent the door from making contact with any object or limit the force of contact (e.g. safety
band), and in the case of automatic closing, it is necessary to complement this with a presence detector (e.g. photocell).
- for communal and public installations, prevent the door from making contact with any object or limit the force of contact (e.g.
safety band), and complement this with a presence detector (e.g. Photocell)
Safety instructions for the use
· Do not allow children to play with the door controls.
· Keep the remote controls out of the reach of children.
· Watch the door movement and keep people away until the door is fully open or closed.
· Precaution when operating the manual unlocking device, as the door may suddenly fall due to the bad condition of the springs
or door unbalance. Details on how to use the manual unlocking device must be provided by the manufacturer or the device
installer.
· Examine the installation frequently, especially the cables, springs and supports, to detect signs of wear, damage or unbalance.
Do not use the door if repair work or adjustments are required, as this may cause damage.
Use of the equipment
Designed for automation of garaje doors and industrial loading docks, in accordance with the general description. Not
guaranteed for other uses.
The manufacturer reserves the right to change the equipment specification without prior warning
JCM TECHNOLOGIES, S.A. declares herewith that the product
I30
complies with the requirements of the 2006/42/CE
Machinery Directive, as well as with the ones of the 2014/30/EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive and 2014/35/EU
regarding Low Voltage whenever its usage it's foreseen; and with the 2011/65/EU RoHS Directive.
EC Declaration of conformity
See website www.jcm-tech.com/declarations
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