C850 - Neptune Automatic

C850
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINES
(DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC)
Manufacturer:
FAAC S.p.A.
Address:
Via Calari, 10 - 40069 Zola Predosa BOLOGNA - ITALY
Declares that:
Operator mod. C850
is built to be integrated into a machine or to be assembled with other machinery to create a machine under the
provisions of Directive 2006/42/CE;
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conforms to the essential safety requirements of the following EEC directives:
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
and also declares that it is prohibited to put into service the machinery until the machine in which it will be
integrated or of which it will become a component has been identified and declared as conforming to the
conditions of Directive 2006/42/EEC and subsequent amendments.
Translation of the original instructions
Bologna, 01-01-2012
The Managing Director
A. Marcellan
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR
CONTROL BOARD
Manufacturer:
FAAC S.p.A.
Address:
Via Calari, 10 - 40069 Zola Predosa BOLOGNA - ITALY
Declares that:
The E850 control board
• conforms to the essential safety requirements of the following EEC directives:
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
Additional information:
This product underwent a test in a typical uniform configuration
(all products manufactured by FAAC S.p.A.).
Bologna, 01-01-2012
The Managing Director
A. Marcellan
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WARNINGS FOR THE INSTALLER
GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
13) Make sure that a differential switch with threshold of 0.03 A is fitted
upstream of the system.
1) ATTENTION! To ensure the safety of people, it is important that
you read all the following instructions. Incorrect installation or
incorrect use of the product could cause serious harm to people.
14) Make sure that the earthing system is perfectly constructed and
connect metal parts of the closure to it.
2) Carefully read the instructions before beginning to install the product.
3) Do not leave packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) within
reach of children as such materials are potential sources of danger.
15) The automated system is supplied with an intrinsic anti-crushing
safety device consisting of a torque control. Nevertheless, its tripping
threshold must be checked as specified in the Standards indicated
at point 10.
4) Store these instructions for future reference.
5) This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated in
this documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here,
could compromise the good condition/operation of the product and/
or be a source of danger.
17) Use of at least one indicator-light (e.g. FAACLIGHT ) is recommended
for every system, as well as a warning sign adequately secured to the
frame structure, in addition to the devices mentioned at point “16”.
6) FAAC declines all liability caused by improper use or use other than
that for which the automated system was intended.
7) Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere: the presence
of inflammable gas or fumes is a serious danger to safety.
18) FAAC declines all liability as concerns safety and efficient operation
of the automated system, if system components not produced by
FAAC are used.
8) The mechanical parts must conform to the provisions of Standards
EN 12604 and EN 12605.
19) For maintenance, strictly use original parts by FAAC.
For non-EU countries, to obtain an adequate level of safety, the
Standards mentioned above must be observed, in addition to national
legal regulations.
21) The installer shall supply all information concerning manual operation
of the system in case of an emergency and shall hand over to the
user the warnings handbook supplied with the product.
22) Do not allow children or adults to stay near the product while it is
operating.
10) The installation must conform to current Directives and Standards
EN 12453 and EN 12445.
23) Keep remote controls or other pulse generators away from children,
to prevent the automated system from being activated involuntarily.
For non-EU countries, to obtain an adequate level of safety, the
Standards mentioned above must be observed, in addition to national
legal regulations.
24) Transit is permitted only when the automated system is idle.
25) The user must not attempt any kind of repair or direct action whatever
and contact qualified personnel only.
11) Before attempting any job on the system, cut out electrical power.
12) The mains power supply of the automated system must be fitted
with an all-pole switch with contact opening distance of 3 mm or
greater. Use of a 6A thermal breaker with all-pole circuit break is
recommended.
26) Check at least every 6 months the efficiency of the system, particularly
the efficiency of the safety devices (including, where foreseen, the
operator thrust force) and of the release devices.
27) Anything not expressly specified in these instructions is not
permitted.
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20) Do not in any way modify the components of the automated system.
9) FAAC is not responsible for failure to observe Good Technique in
the construction of the closing elements to be motorised, or for any
deformation that may occur during use.
C850
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16) The safety devices (EN 12978 standard) protect any danger areas
against mechanical movement Risks, such as crushing, dragging,
and shearing.
INDEX
1
2
3
4
5
GENERAL............................................................................................................................................................. 5
DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................ 5
DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
ELECTRICAL PREPARATIONS (standard system with right-hand opening) ................................................ 6
INSTALLING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM ........................................................................................................ 6
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
PRELIMINARY CHECKS........................................................................................................................................ 6
WALLING IN THE FOUNDATION PLATE ............................................................................................................ 7
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................ 8
INSTALLING THE RACK ....................................................................................................................................... 9
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5.4.1 WELD-ON STEEL RACK (Fig. 13) ..............................................................................................................................9
5.4.2 SCREW-ON STEEL RACK (Fig. 14) ...........................................................................................................................9
6 OPERATION ...................................................................................................................................................... 10
6.1 CONNECTING THE CONTROL BOARD ............................................................................................................. 10
6.1.1 CONNECTIONS MADE BY THE INSTALLER ...........................................................................................................10
6.1.2 ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT ...............................................................................................................................10
6.2 FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE LIMIT SWITCHES ............................................................................................ 11
7 TESTING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM ............................................................................................................ 13
8 RELEASING/LOCKING THE OPERATOR ....................................................................................................... 13
9 MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................ 13
10 REPAIRS ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
11 E850 ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT ............................................................................................................. 14
11.1 WARNINGS ........................................................................................................................................................ 14
11.2 E850 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................. 14
11.3 E850 LAYOUT AND COMPONENT DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................... 14
11.3.1 E850 LAYOUT .........................................................................................................................................................14
11.3.2 E850 COMPONENT DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................14
11.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................................................... 15
11.4.1 TERMINAL BOARD J1 - ACCESSORIES (FIG. 28) ................................................................................................15
11.4.2 PHOTOCELL CONNECTION TO RELAYS AND SAFETY DEVICES WITH “N.C.” CONTACT .............................16
11.4.3 BUS PHOTOCELL CONNECTION ..........................................................................................................................16
11.4.4 TERMINAL BOARD J2, FLASHING LAMP (FIG.28)...............................................................................................17
11.4.5 TERMINAL BOARD J9 - POWER SUPPLY (FIG. 34) .............................................................................................17
11.4.6 Connectors J3, J5 - rapid connection opening and closing limit switches ............................................................................................................17
11.4.7 FREQUENCY SELECTOR DS1 (FIG. 27) ...............................................................................................................17
11.4.8 CONNECTOR J4 - MINIDEC, DECODER AND RP CONNECTOR .........................................................................17
11.4.9 REVERSING GATE OPENING CONNECTIONS FROM RIGHT TO LEFT .............................................................17
11.5 PROGRAMMING ...............................................................................................................................................20
11.5.1
11.5.2
11.5.3
11.5.4
11.5.5
BASIC PROGRAMMING LEVEL .............................................................................................................................20
CHANGING THE PRE-SETTINGS ...........................................................................................................................21
NEW BUS E850 SIGNAL .........................................................................................................................................21
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING LEVEL ....................................................................................................................22
SETTING THE INTEGRATED LOOP DETECTOR ..................................................................................................23
11.8 EXPERT PROGRAMMING LEVEL ...................................................................................................................24
11.6 E850 BOARD START-UP ...................................................................................................................................24
11.6.1 VERIFYING THE BOARD LEDs ..............................................................................................................................24
11.6.2 VERIFYING THE BUS STATUS ...............................................................................................................................24
11.7 TESTING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM..............................................................................................................24
11.8.1. PERSONALISING THE OPERATING LOGIC .........................................................................................................25
1 11.9 OPERATING LOGICS TABLES .....................................................................................................................26
12 OMRON INVERTER CONTROL UNIT ............................................................................................................. 28
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
DESCRIPTION OF THE INVERTER CONTROL PANEL .................................................................................28
PROGRAMMING THE INVERTER ...................................................................................................................30
12.3 INVERTER DEFAULTS ............................................................................................................................. 31
INVERTER ERROR ............................................................................................................................................33
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES...............................................................................................................................34
12.5.1 EXTERNAL PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD .............................................................................................................34
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C850
We thank you for choosing this product. We are certain that it will fully meet your needs as to the performance it has been designed for.
This product has been designed and built for vehicle access control. AVOID ANY DIFFERENT USE.
Carefully read this manual supplied with the product as it contains important instructions regarding safety,
installation, use and maintenance.
These instructions apply to the following models: C850
The C850 is an electromechanical operator designed for moving sliding gates.
The non-reversing system is guaranteed by an electric brake that prevents manual movement of the sliding leaf when the motor is
stopped, and therefore does not require an electric lock.
A handy manual release makes it possible to manoeuvre the gate in case of black-out or operator inefficiency.
2 DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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1 GENERAL
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Cover housing
Motor
Gearmotor
Cover for electronic gearmotor
Gearmotor release knob
Inverter
Foundation plate (not supplied)
Cable routing hole
Pinion
Control board
Limit switch
Electric brake
Fig. 1
C850 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply (+6% / -10%)
230 V~ 50 Hz
Limit switch type
Mechanical
Max absorbed power (W)
1800
Motor control
Inverter
Thrust on pinion (N)
1800
Usage temperature (°C)
-20 +55
Max torque (Nm)
110
Gearmotor weight (kg)
49
Pinion type
Z28 module 4
Protection class
IP54
Recommended max gate length (m)
20
Gearmotor dimensions
See Fig.02
Max leaf weight (kg)
1800
Frequency of use
INDUSTRIAL
Gate speed (m/min)
min 20
max 42
R.O.T.
CD continuous duty
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3 DIMENSIONS
Fig. 2
Dimensions in mm
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467 mm
256 mm
510 mm
295 mm
4 ELECTRICAL PREPARATIONS (standard system with right-hand opening)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Operator
Flashing lamp
BUS 2easy photocells
Traditional photocells
Key control
Fig. 3
5 INSTALLING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM
5.1 PRELIMINARY CHECKS
For the safety and correct operation of the automated system, ensure that the following conditions are met:
•
The gate structure must be designed to be automated. In particular, the diameter of the wheels must conform to the weight of
the gate being automated, there must be a guide on top and mechanical limit switches sized to suit the weight and speed of the
movable leaf, to avoid derailment of the gate;
•
Initially, leave at least 10 cm of clearance between the movable leaf stopping points (FCO and FCC) and the
mechanical stops of the gate. The final adjustment is made once the inverter programming procedure is completed.
Minimum distance 3 cm.
•
The gate sliding rail must be linear and horizontal.
•
Manual movement of the gate must be smooth along the entire stroke.
•
The characteristics of the ground must guarantee sufficient solidity of the foundation plinth.
•
No tubes or electrical cables should be present in the plinth digging area.
•
If the gearmotor is exposed to vehicle transit, provide for adequate protection against accidental impact, when possible.
•
Ensure that there is an efficient earth plate for connecting the gearmotor.
Should the various elements not meet the above-mentioned conditions, adjust them so they do.
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1.
2.
5.2 WALLING IN THE FOUNDATION PLATE
Assemble the foundation plate as shown in Fig. 4.
The foundation plate must be positioned as shown in Fig. 5 (righthand closing) or Fig. 6 (left-hand closing) to guarantee the
correct meshing between the pinion and the rack.
Dimensions in mm
50 mm
Fig. 4
Abb. 6
Positioning the rack plate
ZINC-PLATED STEEL
right-hand closing
Positioning the rack plate
ZINC-PLATED STEEL
left-hand closing
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
3.
Set the foundation plinth as shown in Fig. 7 and wall in the foundation plate using one or more sheaths for running the electrical cables
through the hole in the foundation plate.
Use a level to ensure that the plate is perfectly horizontal.
4.
5.
Wait for the cement to set.
Prepare the electrical cables for connecting the accessories and the electrical power, as shown in Fig. 3.
To facilitate connection to the control unit, pull out a stretch of cable measuring at least 1.5 m from the hole on
the plate.
80,
5
14
0
Ø1
00
53
0
Dimensions in mm
55
0
1500
270
120
300
Fig. 7
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Dimensions
in mm
Dimensions
in mm
4.
5.
5.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Lift the cover to remove it (Fig. 8 ref. ).
1.
Use a level to ensure that the gearmotor is perfectly horizontal.
Move the gearmotor horizontally to adjust the distance from the
rack (Fig. 11), referring to the measurements
in Fig. 12.
These operations are necessary to correctly
Fig. 10
secure the rack and to make possible future
adjustments.
Fig. 8
2.
Position the operator on the foundation plate and secure it without
tightening the nuts, Grover screws and washers supplied with
the foundation plate (not provided) (Fig. 9 ref. ). When
doing this, run the cables through the provided opening (Fig.
9 ref. ).
Use the adjustment screws to set the height of the gearmotor (Fig.
10 ref. ), referring to the measurements in Fig. 12.
3.
6.
Once the adjustment is completed, tighten the nuts temporarily
(Fig. 9 ref. and Fig. 10 ref. ):
7.
Prepare the gearmotor for manual operation, as described in
paragraph 8.
Fig. 11
160
25
C850
19
47
Fig. 9
8
10
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5.4 INSTALLING THE RACK
5.4.1 WELD-ON STEEL RACK (Fig. 13)
5.4.2 SCREW-ON STEEL RACK (Fig. 14)
Before installing the rack, release the gearmotor,
as described in paragraph 8.
4.
5.
6.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Manually set the leaf in closing position.
Rest the first piece of rack level on the pinion and place the spacer
between the rack and the gate, positioning it on top of the
slot. In this way the play on the slot will make it possible to
make future adjustments.
Mark the drilling point on the gate. Drill 6.5 mm Ø hole and thread
using an 8 mm Ø male. Tighten the bolt.
Manually move the gate, ensuring that the rack is NOT resting
on the pinion (leave 1.5 mm of clearance) and repeat the
operations from point 3.
Draw up another rack element to the previous one using a piece
of rack to mesh the teeth of the two elements, as shown in
Fig. 16.
Manually move the gate and, as for the first element, proceed with
securing until the gate is completely covered.
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2.
3.
1.
2.
Install the three threaded pawls on the rack element,
positioning them on top of the slot. In this way the play on the
slot will make it possible to make future adjustments.
Manually set the leaf in closing position.
Evenly rest the first section of the rack on the pinion and weld the
threaded pawl to the gate, as shown in Fig. 15.
Manually move the gate, ensuring that the rack is NOT resting on
the pinion (leave 1.5 mm of clearance) and weld the second
and third pawls.
Draw up another rack element to the previous one using a piece
of rack to mesh the teeth of the two elements, as shown in
Fig. 16.
Manually move the gate and weld the three threaded pawls, continuing until the gate is completely covered.
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1.
Before installing the rack, release the gearmotor,
as described in paragraph 8.
Fig. 13
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
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Fig. 16
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Important notes for installing the rack:
6 OPERATION
Check that during gate travel, all the rack
elements remain on the pinion.
6.1 CONNECTING THE CONTROL BOARD
Before carrying out any work on the board
(connections, programming, maintenance)
always cut off the electrical power.
Do not weld the rack elements together or to the
spacers.
Once rack installation is complete, to guarantee
correct meshing with the pinion, lower the
gearmotor approximately 1.5 - 2 mm using the
provided adjustment screws (Fig. 17 ref. ).
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•
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Tighten the fixing nuts (Fig. 9 ref. ) with 80
Nm of torque.
Tighten the fixing nuts (Fig. 10 ref. ) with 40
Nm of torque.
•
•
Do not use grease or other lubricating products
between the pinion and the rack (Fig. 17)
6.1.1 CONNECTIONS MADE BY THE INSTALLER
Connect the 230 VAC line (see fig. 18):
•
L: Phase
•
N: Neutral
•
PE: Earth
Manually check that the gate reaches the
mechanical stops smoothly and that there is
not friction during its travel.
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OFF
Follow points 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 of the GENERAL
SAFETY REGULATIONS.
Following the instructions shown in Fig. 3, place the
cables in the runners and make the electrical connections
with the chosen accessories.
Always separate the power cables from the control and safety
cables (button, receiver, photocells, etc.).
To avoid possible electrical disturbance, use separate
sheathing.
Fig. 18
L
N
PE
6.1.2 ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT
Inside the operator, the electronic control unit is secured to a
bracket (Fig. 19 ref. ) and protected by a cover (Fig. 19 ref. ).
To correctly connect and program the control
unit, remove the cover and follow the instructions
in section 11 (E850 Electronic Control Unit).
Dimensions in mm
C850
C850
Fig. 19
Fig. 17
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6.2 FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE LIMIT SWITCHES
To correctly adjust the limit switches, the control unit must be installed and correctly connected with all the
control and safety accessories.
The stopping and deceleration of the gate, during opening and/or closing, occurs when the cams inside the device activate the microswitches corresponding to the assigned function.
Prepare the operator for MANUAL operation, as described in section 8.
Loosen the screws and remove the limit switch unit cover (Fig. 20 ref. ).
Set the sliding leaf in open position, at least 10 cm before the mechanical limit stop.
Loosen the central locking screw of the limit switch unit (Fig. 22 ref. ).
Turn the screw corresponding to the FCO opening limit switch (Fig. 21 ref. ) until the microswitch is engaged by the cam.
In chart 1, knowing the weight of the sliding leaf, choose the operating speed and calculate the corresponding MINIMUM STOP
SPACE S[mm].
Chart 1
ROP - RCL MINIMUM STOP SPACE
Example:
P = 1000 kg
V = 0.6 m/sec
S = 400 mm
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Then, move the sliding leaf back in closing position according to the amount of identified STOP SPACE.
Turn the screw corresponding to ROP opening deceleration (Fig. 21 ref. ) until the microswitch is engaged by the cam.
Place the sliding leaf in closed position, at least 10 cm before the mechanical limit stop.
Turn the screw corresponding to the FCC closing limit switch (Fig. 21 ref. ) until the microswitch is engaged by the cam.
Move the sliding leaf back in opening position according to the amount of STOP SPACE identified in chart 1.
Turn the screw corresponding to RCL closing deceleration (Fig. 21 ref. ) until the microswitch is engaged by the cam.
In chart 2, knowing the weight and the operating speed of the sliding leaf, calculate the corresponding DECELERATION TIME t[s].
Chart 2
DECELERATION TIME
Example:
P = 1000 Kg
V = 0.6 m/sec
t = 1.7 sec
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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FCO = opening limit switch (screw 3)
FCC = closing limit switch (screw 2)
ROP = start of opening deceleration (screw 4)
RCL = start of closing deceleration (screw 1)
14. Set the F003 DECELERATION TIME and A021 OPERATING SPEED in the inverter (see section 12.2)
15. Do not modify the deceleration points (ROP/RCL) and/or stops (FCO/FCC) before having set the deceleration time and speed of the
inverter (see section 12.2)
16. Tighten the central locking screw of the limit switch unit (Fig. 22 ref. ).
17. Manually place the sliding leaf at half its travel and ensure that the limit switch position corresponds to Fig. 21
18. Refit the limit switch cover.
19. Manually close the sliding leaf.
20. Prepare the operator for NORMAL operation, as described in section 8.
21. Ensure that there is no danger and the safety devices are operating correctly.
22. Give an OPEN pulse and verify correct operation.
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The maximum adjustable STOP SPACE is 5 m.
The operator is supplied with factory settings for automating gates with RIGHT-HAND opening. If the gate
requires LEFT-HAND opening, the association of the related opening and closing limit switches is reversed. For
these operations, follow the instructions contained in paragraph 11.4.9 Reversing Gate Opening Connections
from Right to Left.
FCO = opening limit switch (screw )
FCC = closing limit switch (screw )
ROP = start of opening deceleration (screw )
RCL = start of closing deceleration (screw )
Fig. 20
ROP
RCL FCO
FCC F
FCC
ROP RCL
FCO Fig. 21
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Fig. 22
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7 TESTING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM
Once operator installation has been completed, carefully check
operation of all the connected accessories and safety devices.
Refit the transparent guard covering the control unit.
Fit the housing (Fig. 23 ref. ) and secure it using the four provided
screws (Fig. 23 ref. ).
Give the customer the “User’s Manual” and show how to correctly
operate and use the gearmotor, pointing out the areas of potential
danger of the automated system.
To lock the gearmotor, proceed as follows:
1. Turn the release system anti-clockwise until it stops (Fig. 25 ref. ).
2. Turn the key anti-clockwise and then remove it from the lock (Fig.
25 ref. ).
Turning the release system knob clockwise will
prevent any movement of the motor.
Operator releasing and locking operations can
be carried out in any gate position.
Fig. 25
9 MAINTENANCE
Fig. 23
8 RELEASING/LOCKING THE OPERATOR
To manually move the gate, we recommend
cutting off electrical power. Rotating the knob
prevents any motor movement.
To release the gearmotor, proceed as follows:
1. Insert the provided key and turn clockwise (Fig. 24 ref. ).
2. Turn the release system clockwise until it reaches the mechanical
stop (Fig. 24 ref. ).
3. Open or close the gate manually.
We recommend checking system operation every six months,
with special attention to the safety devices (including the motor
thrust power, which must comply with the regulations in force)
and release devices.
10 REPAIRS
For repairs, contact an authorised FAAC Service Centre.
Fig. 24
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11 E850 ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT
11.1 WARNINGS
Important: Before carrying out any work on the control unit (connections, maintenance) always cut off the
electrical power.
•
•
•
Always install a differential magnetothermic switch with a suitable activation threshold upstream from the system.
Connect the earthing cable to the corresponding terminal on connector J9 of the equipment (see fig.28).
Always separate the power cables from the control and safety cables (button, receiver, photocells, etc.). To avoid any electrical
disturbance, use separate sheaths or a shielded cable (with the shield connected to the earth).
11.3 E850 LAYOUT AND COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
11.3.1 E850 LAYOUT
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Fig. 27
Fig. 26
11.2 E850 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power voltage
230 V~ (+6% -10%) - 50/60 Hz
Absorbed power
7W
Maximum motor
load
1800 W
Accessories
power supply
24 Vdc
Max accessories
current
500 mA
Operating ambient
temperature
Protection
from -20°C to +55°C
F1 = F 5A - 250V F2 = T 0,8A - 250V
or
F1 = F 10A - 120V F2 = T 0,8A - 120V
Operating time
Programmable (from 0 to 4 min)
Pause time
Programmable (from 0 to 4 min)
Programming
3 programming levels for greater
flexibility of use
Rapid connector
Characteristics
C850
11.3.2 E850 COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
DL
SIGNALLING AND PROGRAMMING DISPLAY
LED
INPUT STATUS CONTROL LEDs
J1
LOW-VOLTAGE TERMINAL BOARD
J2
MOTOR, FLASHING LAMP AND FAN CONNECTION
TERMINAL BOARD
J3
ROP OPENING DECELERATION CONNECTOR
J4
DECODER / MINIDEC / RP RECEIVER CONNECTOR
J5
RCL CLOSING DECELERATION CONNECTOR
J6
STOP CONNECTOR
J9
230 VAC POWER SUPPLY TERMINAL BOARD
DS1
LOOP 1 and LOOP 2 FREQUENCY SELECTOR
F1
MOTOR FUSES AND TRANSFORMER PRIMARY (F 5A)
F2
LOW-VOLTAGE AND ACCESSORIES FUSE (T 800mA)
5-pin board connector for Minidec,
Decoder, RP/RP2 Receiver
F
“F” PROGRAMMING BUTTON
+
“+” PROGRAMMING BUTTON
Multi-function display, BUS technology and
INTEGRATED METAL MASS DETECTOR
-
“-” PROGRAMMING BUTTON
TF1
TRANSFORMER
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11.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
LIMIT SWITCH UNIT
FCO
FCC
FSW OP
FSW CL
L
INVERTER
To connect the
photocells and
safety devices,
refer to paragraph
11.4.2.
60 W max
230 V~
230 V~
50/60 Hz
EF
FSW CL
Fig. 28
11.4.1 TERMINAL BOARD J1 - ACCESSORIES (FIG. 28)
J6=FCC - FCO - Manoeuvre stop command.
J5=RCL - Start of closing deceleration.
J3=ROP - Start of opening deceleration.
LOOP 1 - LOOP 1 magnetic loop (OPEN - terminals 1-2): for OPENING.
LOOP 2 - LOOP 2 magnetic loop (SAFETY/CLOSE - terminals 3-4): for SAFETY/CLOSING.
EF - Electrical stopping brake for motor locking.
OPEN - “Open” command (N.O. - terminal 5): means any pulse generator (e.g.: button) which, by closing a contact, commands
opening and/or closing of the gate.
CLOSE - “Close” command (N.O. - terminal 6): means any pulse generator (e.g.: button) which, by closing a contact, commands
closing of the gate.
FSW CL - Safety contact when closing (N.C. - terminal 7): he purpose of the closing safety devices when closing is to protect the
area affected by the movement of the gate during the closing phase, reversing the motion. They never trip during the opening cycle.
The CLOSING SAFETY DEVICES, if tripped when the automated system is open, will prevent the closing movement.
If CLOSING safety devices are not connected, jumper terminals FSW CL and GND (Fig. 32).
NOTE: If this connection is made, it will not be possible to use the FAILSAFE control.
STOP - STOP contact (N.C. - terminal 8): means any device (e.g.: button) which, by opening a contact, can stop movement of the
automated system.
If STOP devices are not connected, jumper terminals STOP and GND (Fig. 32).
FSW OP - Safety contact when closing (N.C. - terminal 9): the purpose of the opening safety devices when opening is to protect
the area affected by the movement of the gate during the opening phase, reversing its motion. They never trip during the closing cycle.
The OPENING SAFETY DEVICES, if tripped when the automated system is closed, will prevent the opening movement.
If OPENING safety devices are not connected, jumper terminals FSW OP and GND (Fig. 32).
GND (terminals 10-11-19) - Accessories power supply negative
24 VDC (terminals 12-13) - Accessories power supply positive
The max. load of the accessories is 500 mA. To calculate absorption, refer to the instructions included with the
individual accessories.
OUT 1 - DECELERATION COMMAND (terminal 14): signal telling the inverter that deceleration has begun.
OUT 2 - CLOSE COMMAND (terminal 15): signal telling the inverter that the gate is closing.
OUT 3 - OPEN COMMAND (terminal 16): signal telling the inverter that the gate is opening.
To avoid compromising correct system operation, do not exceed the power indicated in fig. 28.
OUT 4 - Output 4 open-collector +24 VDC (terminal 18): the output can be set in one of the functions described in Advanced Programming Level (par. 11.5.2.). The default value for ALL PRE-SETTINGS is BUS COMMUNICATION.
Maximum load: 24 VDC with 100 mA.
C850
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Translation of the original instructions
ENGLISH
RCL ROP
11.4.2 PHOTOCELL CONNECTION TO RELAYS AND SAFETY DEVICES WITH “N.C.” CONTACT
The E850 board is designed to connect to closing safety devices that trip only during gate closing movement, and are therefore
suitable for protecting the gate closing area form risk of impact.
If the connection of two or more safety devices is required (N.C. contacts), they must be placed in series, as
shown in figures 29, 30, and 31 under the wording “SAFE”.
Connecting 1 pair of CLOSING photocells
Connecting 2 pairs of CLOSING photocells
FSW OP
FSW CL
J1
SAFE
RX
ENGLISH
FSW OP
FSW CL
J1
SAFE
TX
1
2
3
GND
4
+24
5
RX
1
GND
1
2
+24
2
TX
3
GND
4
+24
5
1
GND
2
+24
Fig. 29
RX
1
FSW OP
FSW CL
J1
2
GND
1
+24
2
3
4
GND
5
+24
Fig. 30
Fig. 31
11.4.3 BUS PHOTOCELL CONNECTION
BUS-technology photocells are connected to the E850 control unit ALL IN PARALLEL, as shown in Fig. 32 and Fig. 33 using a single
power supply/communication line.
BUS photocells and pulse generators do not require a matching polarity connection.
The board is designed to connect up to 8 pairs of BUS 2easy photocells.
The photocells are divided by quantity in the following groups:
Pairs of CLOSING photocells:
Pairs of photocells for OPEN pulse:
max 7
max 1
1st Pair of Photocells
DL2
DL1
ON
DS1
ON
DS1
DL2
BUS BUS
BUS BUS
RX - TX
2nd Pair of Photocells
DL2
DL1
ON
DS1
ON
DS1
DL2
BUS BUS
RX - TX
BUS BUS
18
19
2EASY
Translation of the original instructions
TX
Connection without safety devices
DL2
DL1
ON
DS1
ON
DS1
DL2
BUS BUS
2EASY
Fig. 32
C850
BUS BUS
18
19
Fig. 33
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After positioning the BUS-technology photocells, proceed with
selecting the address for each pair using various combinations of
the DIP-SWITCHES located on each photocell.
Set the SAME chosen DIP-SWITCH ADDRESS on both
the transmitter and receiver of the same pair.
Ensure that two or more pairs of photocells do not
have the same address.
If no BUS accessories are used, leave terminals 18 and
19 free.
SAME
ADDRESS
Dip1
Dip2
Dip3
Dip4
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
RX
DIP-SWITCH
Ref.
Fig. 34
B-C
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Type
OPENING
11.4.6 ConnectorsJ3,J5-rapidconnectionopeningandclosinglimitswitches
(FIG.28)
Rapid connector for connecting the opening (J3) and closing (J5)
limit switches.
11.4.7 FREQUENCY SELECTOR DS1 (FIG. 27)
DIP-SWITCH used to set the HIGH or LOW work frequency of the
vehicle detection loops. See section 11.5.5.
D
CLOSING
A
OPENING and
CLOSING
/
OPEN
PULSE
11.4.8 CONNECTORJ4-MINIDEC,DECODERANDRPCONNECTOR
Used for the rapid connection of the Minidec, Decoder and RP /
RP2 Receivers.
If a 2-channel receiver is used, like the RP2, it will be possible to
directly command automated system OPEN and CLOSE from a
2-channel radio control.
If a 1-channel receiver is used, like the RP, it will only be possible
to command OPEN.
Connect the accessory with the components side facing inside
the board.
Boards should be connected or disconnected
ONLY after having cut off electrical power.
11.4.9 REVERSING GATE OPENING CONNECTIONS FROM
To allow operation of the installed BUS accessories, store them on the board, as described
in paragraph 11.5.3.
Example of radio accessory connection
11.4.4 TERMINAL BOARD J2, FLASHING LAMP (FIG.28)
LAMP (LAMP-COM): Flashing lamp output.
RP / RP2
11.4.5 TERMINAL BOARD J9 - POWER SUPPLY (FIG. 34)
PE: Earth connection
N: 230 V~ or 115 V~ Power supply (Neutral)
L: 230 V~ or 115 V~ Power supply (Line)
For correct operation, you must connect the
board to the system’s earth conductor. Ensure that a suitable differential magnetothermic
switch has been installed upstream.
J4
E850
Fig. 35
C850
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532015 - Rev.B
Translation of the original instructions
TX
DIP-SWITCH
ENGLISH
The following table describes how to set the dip-switches located
inside the transmitter and receiver of the BUS photocells.
Table - Addressing BUS photocell PAIRS
RIGHT TO LEFT
Connections to the E850 board are factory set for gates designed to open toward the RIGHT. If at installation the
gate requires LEFT-HAND opening, the connections will be inverted on site, as shown in figures 36 and 37.
Fig. 36
GATE WITH LEFT-HAND OPENING
OMRON INVERTER
OMRON INVERTER
BROWN
GREEN
BROWN
BROWN
OUT2
OUT3
OUT2
J6 J5 J3
E850
J6 J5 J3
GREY
PINK
WHITE
ROP BROWN
GREEN
RCL YELLOW
GREY
PINK
GREEN
RCL YELLOW
WHITE
ROP BROWN
FCC-FCO
FCC-FCO
C850
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
15 17
15 17
E850
BROWN
2 1
2 1
OUT3
Translation of the original instructions
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GATE WITH RIGHT-HAND OPENING (DEFAULT)
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RIGHT-HAND OPENING (DEFAULT)
C850
LEFT-HAND OPENING
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Translation of the original instructions
ENGLISH
Fig. 37
11.5 PROGRAMMING
To program automated system operation, you must access “PROGRAMMING”
mode.
Programming is divided into three levels: BASIC, ADVANCED and EXPERT.
Display
Funzione
L2
Changes to the programming parameters become
immediately effective, while final storage occurs
only upon exiting programming and returning to the
automated system status display. If the equipment
is powered down before returning to the automated
system status display, all changes made will be lost.
ENGLISH
Translation of the original instructions
11.5.1 BASIC PROGRAMMING LEVEL
BASIC PROGRAMMING LEVEL is accessed by pressing F:
•
when pressed (and held) the name of the first function is displayed.
•
releasing the key, the function value is displayed and can be modified
using the + and - keys.
•
when F is pressed again (and held) the name of the following function
is displayed, and so on.
•
once the last function is reached, pressing F will exit programming
mode and the display will go back to showing the inputs status.
H1
PROGRAMMAZIONE LIVELLO BASE
dF
Function
00
01
00
LO
PA
no
OPERATING LOGICS:
Automatic
Automatic 1
Semi-Automatic step-by-step
Semi-Automatic
Photocell automatic
Dead-man
Custom
PAUSE TIME:
Is effective only if an automatic logic has been
sec. in
selected. Adjustable from to
one-second steps.
Next, visualisation changes to minutes and
tenths of a second (separated by a decimal
point) and time is adjusted in 10-second steps
minutes.
up to the maximum value of
, the pause time
e.g.: if the display shows
corresponds to 2 min. and 50 sec.
LOOP 1:
When this function is enabled, the loop
connected to the Loop 1 input will serve as an
OPEN function.
= loop1 active
= loop1 not active
Warning: if the function does not activate, the
state of Loop1 will in any case be available
on one of the duly set outputs (see advanced
programming level).
A
A1
EP
E
PE
C
CU
0 59
no
E
no
no
S1
LOOP 1 SENSITIVITY
Regulates the sensitivity of the loop
= minimum
= maximum
LOOP 2 SENSITIVITY
Regulates the sensitivity of the loop
= minimum
= maximum
AUTOMATED SYSTEM STATUS:
Exit programming,
store settings and return to automated system
status display.
Closed
Pre-flashing during opening
Opening
Open
Paused
Pre-flashing during closing
Closing
Stopped ready to close
Stopped ready to open
Stopped with closing safety devices and then opens
Opening safety devices tripped, then opens
Y
no
01
10
01
10
no
05
05
Display of the automated system status S t is extremely important for the installation/maintenance
technician in order to distinguish the logical processes that the board carries out during movement.
20
If, for example, the automated system status is
CLOSED, the display MUST read 00. When the
OPEN command is received, the display will change to 0 1 , if pre-flashing is enabled, or directly to
02 (the OPENING movement) to then display 03
once the OPEN gate position is reached.
4.1
2.5
L1
Y
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
dF
bu
BOOST LOOP 1 FUNCTION:
= Active
= Disabled
This function lets you increase the sensitivity
level at the time of detection. When the vehicle
moves away from the loop, the sensitivity will
return to the selected level. This system makes
it possible to maintain the detection contact
even in case of very tall vehicles or during the
transit of a tractor with trailer.
FUNZIONE BOOST LOOP 2:
= Active
= Disabled
See BOOST LOOP1 function.
St
00
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO
LEAVE ON
CHANGE PROGRAMMING.
refer to
For a description of the parameter
section 11.5.2.
BUS ACCESSORIES MENU
= BUS devices entering request
section 11.5.3.
no
H2
S2
Default
PARAMETER LOADING:
Neutral condition
FAAC 1 Default loaded
LOOP 2:
When this function is enabled, the loop
connected to the Loop2 input will serve as a
SAFETY / CLOSE function, i.e. it will operate
as a SAFETY during closing and, once it
is uncovered, it will command the board to
CLOSE.
= loop2 active
= loop2 not active
Warning: if the function does not activate, the
state of Loop2 will in any case be available
on one of the duly set outputs (see advanced
programming level).
Y
no
It is possible to return to the status display at any point
during programming at any level by simultaneously
pressing “F” and “-”
Display
Default
no
Y
no
C850
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532015 - Rev.B
11.5.2 CHANGING THE PRE-SETTINGS
Changing the parameter dF lets you automatically load a
configuration which will modify all the programming values at every
level with pre-set values.
This option is a handy starting point to quickly program the E850
for operation.
By simultaneously pressing + and – for 5 sec., a new entry will
be made. During this time, the writing no will flash and once the
BUS entry procedure is completed, no will become Y. When +
and – are released, Y will disappear and the BUS device status
signal will appear. With the gate closed at rest with no BUS device
active/engaged, the signal shown in Fig.39.
The selectable PRE-SETTING is:
•
01 Loaded FAAC default
To make the pre-setting value loading effective, select
pre-setting (01) and exit the basic programming level.
When an entry is completed, to verify the
devices recognised in the basic programming
level by the BUS device status signal, press
and hold +. The display will show the types of
BUS devices entered.
Fig. 39
The parameter dF, unlike the others, does not
store the selected value but always returns to
displaying 00 as a standard condition.
It is therefore not possible to recognise which pre-setting was set
previously.
If you do not wish to load a pre-setting, ALWAYS leave the
parameter dF set on 00 and go on to the next programming
parameter.
Ensure that you perform default loading and
exit the basic programming level BEFORE
you change any other parameters to avoid
cancelling all the changes made.
Fig. 40
The example shown above indicates the visualisation of at least
one of the following types of BUS accessories entered:
FSW OP, FSW CL, FSW OPEN.
Release + and press F to continue programming the other
parameters.
11.5.3 NEW BUS E850 SIGNAL
The BUS communication system uses a self-diagnostic function
able to provide connection error signals or BUS accessories configuration error signals.
FSW OP
BUS STATUS
Fig. 41
The display will show a FLASHING cc, as
in figure 41, if there is a SHORT-CIRCUIT
along the BUS line. Check the connections
made (section 11.4.3)
Fig. 42
FSW CL
FSW OPEN
Fig. 38
Segment ON = means that at least one corresponding BUS device
is active/engaged.
Segment OFF = means that no corresponding BUS device is
active/engaged.
(when the gate is closed at rest).
BUS STATUS segment always on.
The display will show a FLASHING Er, as
in figure 42, in the following cases:
•
more than one pair of BUS photocells
have the same address.
•
CALLING error.
•
FAIL SAFE error.
In the latter case, check all the addresses set on all the installed
BUS photocells, referring to section 11.4.3.
At the BASIC programming level there will be the parameter bu
for BUS devices:
•
when F is released, no will appear only if no BUS device is
entered.
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ENGLISH
LOADING OF A PRE-SETTING CANCELS
ALL PREVIOUSLY MADE CHANGES TO ANY
PROGRAMMING PARAMETER. IF YOU DO NOT
WISH TO LOAD A PRE-SETTING, LEAVE THE
PARAMETER dF ON 00.
If once the entry is completed there are NO BUS devices, the
display will go back to no.
Translation of the original instructions
EXAMPLE: by selecting 01 and exiting the basic programming
level, all FAAC production values are loaded and can be found in
the BASIC, ADVANCED AND EXPERT level tables in the “Default”
column. The E850 is therefore configured to move a gate.
Fig. 39
11.5.4 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING LEVEL
Display
To access ADVANCED PROGRAMMING LEVEL, press F and,
holding it, press + :
•
•
•
ENGLISH
•
Display
nc
Function
Default
PRE-FLASHING:
lets you activate the flashing lamp for 5 sec.
before movement begins.
disabled
before each movement
only at the end of the pause
before closing
no
nC
WORK TIME (time-out):
It is best to set the value 5-10 seconds greater
than the time required by the automated system
to go from closing to open position and vice
versa.
sec. in one-second
Adjustable from to
steps.
Next, the visualisation changes to minutes and
tenths of a second (separated by a decimal
point) and time is adjusted in 10-second steps
minutes.
up to the maximum value of
40
OPENING PHOTOCELL:
Activate this function if you wish for the opening
photocells to stop movement and reverse to
closing. Usually, with this function disabled, the
action of the opening photocells determines
resuming of motion when they are no longer
engaged.
= Immediate reversal during closing
= Resuming of motion when no longer
engaged
no
h1
4.1
OUTPUT 1 / BUS:
the output can be set on one of the following
functions:
00=BUS
01=Indicator light
02=Leaf lighting
03=Maximum closed
leaf
04=Leaf open or
paused
05=Leaf opening
06=Leaf closing
P4
C850
00
CYCLE PROGRAMMING IN HUNDREDS OF
THOUSANDS:
Makes it possible to set a system operation
cycles countdown; the value can be set from 0
to 99 (hundreds of thousands of cycles). The
value displayed is refreshed with the succession
of the cycles, interacting with the value of
corresponds to 99
. (1 decrement of
).
decrements of
,
The function can be used, together with
to verify the use of the system and for use of
“Service Request”.
01
LOOP 1 HOLDING TIME
Makes it possible to set presence time on
loop 1. When this time has elapsed, the board
will self-calibrate and signal “loop clear” (unit
decimal point OFF). When the board is turned
on, an automatic reset is carried out.
= 5 minutes
= infinite
no
LOOP 2 HOLDING TIME
akes it possible to set presence time on loop 2.
When this time has elapsed, the board will
self-calibrate and signal “loop clear” (unit
decimal point OFF). When the board is turned
on, an automatic reset is carried out..
= 5 minutes
= infinite
no
nC
nC
nC
nC
nc
nc
h2
Y
no
00
St
AUTOMATED SYSTEM STATUS:
Exits programming, storage of the settings and
return to the automated system status display
(see paragraph 11.5.1.).
07=Leaf stationary
09=Loop 1 engaged
10=Loop 2 engaged
14=Leaf lights
15=Bollard buzzer
16=FCA engaged
17=FCC engaged
OUTPUT 1 POLARITY:
Lets you configure the output polarity.
= N.C. polarity
= N.O. polarity
Note: if the output is set as FAIL-SAFE (
leave the value on “no”.
Y
no
CYCLE PROGRAMMING IN THOUSANDS:
Makes it possible to set a system operation
cycles countdown; the value can be set from 0
to 99 (thousands of cycles). The value displayed
is refreshed with the succession of the cycles,
(99 decrements
interacting with the value of
correspond to 1 decrement of
).
of
,
The function can be used, together with
to verify the use of the system and for use of
“Service Request”.
Y
no
Y
no
o4
no
nc
0 59
oP
SERVICE REQUEST (linked to the following
two functions):
If activated, at the end of the countdown (which
can be set using the two following “Cycle
Programming” functions) it activates the LAMP
output for 4 sec every 30 sec (service request).
It can be useful for setting programmed
maintenance operations.
= Active
= Disabled
nc
no
OC
PA
CL
t
Default
Y
no
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING LEVEL
PF
Translation of the original instructions
AS
when + is released, the name of the first function will be
displayed.
releasing both + and F, the display will show the value of the
function that can be changed using + and -.
by pressing F (and holding it), the display will show the name
of the next function; releasing it will show the value that can
be changed using + and -.
once the last function is reached, pressing F will exit
programming mode and the display will go back to showing
the inputs status.
Funzione
no
00)
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Specifications:
•
Galvanic separation between the detector electronics and
the loop electronics
•
automatic system alignment immediately following activation
•
continuous resetting of the frequency drifts
•
sensitivity independent of loop inductivity
•
loop work frequency adjustment
•
occupied loop message with LED visualisation
•
loop status addressable on OUT 4
Connection:
Connect the detection loops as shown in figure 28:
- Terminals 1 - 2 for LOOP 1 = loop with gate opening function;
- Terminals 3 - 4 for LOOP 2 = loop with closing and/or safety
function.
To enable operation of the connected loops, enter basic programming level mode and set the parameters L1 and L2 on
Y, consistent with the connected loops. If only one loop is
installed, enable only the corresponding parameter.
The loop detector operating status is shown using the display
decimal points when the automated system status is visualised
(parameter St ).
CALIBRATION
Each time the E850 board is powered, the display shows the
automated system status and the integrated loop detector performs
the auto-calibration of the connected loops. Therefore, perform an
auto-calibration of the E850 for at least 5 seconds.
Calibration is signalled by the two flashing decimal points, as
shown in figure 43.
ADJUSTING THE HOLDING TIME
The holding time count starts when the loop is engaged.
When the time has elapsed, if the loop is still occupied, a new
automatic calibration is performed, in which the presence of the
metal mass on the loop no longer determines its engagement.
At the end of the new calibration the loop is considered “clear”.
The holding time can be adjusted using the parameters h1 and
h2 in advanced programming mode.
See section 11.5.4.
ADJUSTING THE FREQUENCY and NEW BALANCING
The work frequency of each detector channel can be adjusted on
two levels using dip-switches DS1 (see fig.27).
DIP 1
ON = Loop 1 frequency LOW
OFF= Loop 1 frequency HIGH
DIP 2
ON = Loop 2 frequency LOW
OFF= Loop 2 frequency HIGH
When one of the dip-switches is changed, we recommend
performing a new calibration. If two loops are installed, select
different frequencies for each loop.
NOTES FOR MAKING THE LOOPS
The loop must be made at least 15 cm from fixed metal objects,
at least 50 cm from moving metal objects and no more than 5 cm
from the surface of the final paving.
Use a standard unipolar cable measuring 1.5 mm² in diameter (if
the cable is laid below ground level directly, it must have double
insulation). Make a preferably square or rectangular loop, by
preparing a cable runner in PVC or by tracing the paving as
shown in figure 44 (corners must be cut at a 45° angle to avoid
cable breaks). Lay the cable using the number of windings shown
in the table. The two ends of the cable must be twisted together
(at least 20 times per metre) from the loop to the detector. Avoid
splicing a cable (if necessary, weld the conductors and seal the
splice using a heat-shrinking sheath) and keep it separate from
the mains power lines.
Fig. 43
If one or both magnetic loops are not
installed, the loop detector remains
in constant calibration mode without causing problems
to board operation. Therefore, during visualisation of
the automated system status, one or both decimal
points will flash constantly.
Once calibration is completed, the decimal points represent the
loop statuses:
Decimal point ON = Loop ENGAGED
Decimal point OFF = Loop CLEAR
LOOP 1
mm
mm
LOOP 2
Decimal point FLASHING = Loop NOT CONNECTED or
CALIBRATING
Loop
Perimeter
Nr. of
Windings
less than 3 m
6
from 3 to 4 m
5
from 4 to 6 m
4
from 6 to
12 m
3
more than
12 m
2
Fig. 44
C850
23
ENGLISH
The E850 features an integrated metal mass detector for the
induction detection of vehicles.
ADJUSTING THE SENSITIVITY
By adjusting the sensitivity you determine the variation of
inductivity, for each channel, which a vehicle must cause in order
to activate the corresponding detector output.
Sensitivity is adjusted separately for each channel with the use
of the parameters S1 and S2 at basic programming level. See
section 11.5.1.
532015 - Rev.B
Translation of the original instructions
11.5.5 SETTING THE INTEGRATED LOOP DETECTOR
11.6 E850 BOARD START-UP
11.6.1 VERIFYING THE BOARD LEDs
Before final start-up of the E850 electronic control unit, check the
activation status of the board LEDs.
The LEDs indicate the status of the board inputs and are extremely
important for movement of the automated system:
LED ON
: contact CLOSED
LED OFF
: contact OPEN
ENGLISH
FCO ENGAGED
With the Automated
System OPEN
11.6.2 VERIFYING THE BUS STATUS
Consult this paragraph if BUS photocells are installed, as
described in paragraph 11.4.3.
Enter the basic programming level and visualise the
on-screen programming parameter bu.
This parameter must feature a horizontal centre line to
confirm that all the BUS photocell pairs are engaged
and, if necessary, press + to check the devices entered,
as described in paragraph 11.5.3.
Figure 45 shows the standard LED
configuration with the automated
system CLOSED and ready to open.
Translation of the original instructions
FCC ENGAGED
With the Automated
System CLOSED
The FSW OP (DL5), STOP (DL4), FSW
CL (DL3) and FCO FCC (DL8) inputs
are safety inputs with N.C. (normally
closed) contact, therefore the corresponding LEDs are ON.
Fig. 45
The FCA and FCC LEDs are the N.C.
contacts of the limit switches which, if
engaged, will open thus turning off the corresponding LED:
11.7 TESTING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM
Once programming is completed, ensure that the system is
operating correctly.
Especially check that the automated system power is correctly
adjusted and that the safety devices connected to it operate
accordingly.
11.8 EXPERT PROGRAMMING LEVEL
The expert programming level is used only if you wish to perform an advanced customisation of the operating logics.
Before making changes at this level, ensure that the parameters you wish to change and their effect on the
automated system are fully understood.
To access EXPERT PROGRAMMING LEVEL, press F and, holding it, press + for approximately 10 seconds. The use of F, +
and - is the same as in the other two programming levels.
EXPERT PROGRAMMING LEVEL
Display
01
02
10 sec
Function
Setting
If this function is activated, automatic closing occurs after the pause time.
When this function is activated, 2-input operating mode is obtained: OPEN for opening and
CLOSE for closing.
03
Activation of OPEN and CLOSE input levels recognition (command held).
That is to say, the board recognises the level (e.g. if with OPEN held you press STOP; when
the latter is released, the automated system will continue to open). If 03 is disabled, the
board commands a manoeuvre only if there is an input variation.
04
Activation of DEAD-MAN opening (command always pressed). Releasing the OPEN
command will stop operation
05
When this function is activated, the OPEN command during opening will stop movement.
If the parameter 06 is “no”, the system is ready for opening.
If the parameter 06 is “Y”, the system is ready for closing.
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
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When this function is activated, the OPEN command during opening will reverse movement.
If the parameters 05 are 06 are “no”, OPEN will have no effect during opening.
When this function is activated, the OPEN command during pause stops operation.
If the parameters 07 and 08 are “no”, OPEN resets the pause time.
When this function is activated, the OPEN command during pause causes closing.
If the parameters 07 and 08 are “no”, OPEN resets the pause time.
When this function is activated, the OPEN command during closing stops operation,
otherwise it reverses movement.
Activation of DEAD-MAN closing (command always pressed). Releasing the CLOSE
command will stop operation
When this function is activated, the CLOSE command has priority over OPEN, otherwise
OPEN has priority over CLOSE.
When this function is activated, the CLOSE command commands closing when released.
As long as CLOSE is activated, the unit stays in closing pre-flashing mode.
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Y = automatic closing
no = disabled
Y = 2-input operation
no = disabled
Y = level recognition
no = recognition at status variation
Y = active
no = disabled
Y = stops when opening
no = disabled
Y = reverses when opening
no = disabled
Y = stops when paused
no = disabled
Y = closes when paused
no = disabled
Y = stops
no = reverses
Y = active
no = disabled
Y = active
no = disabled
Y = closes when released
no = closes immediately
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Impostazione
When this function is activated, the CLOSE command during opening stops operation,
otherwise the CLOSE command commands immediate reverse or when opening is
completed (see also parameter )
14
13
Y = CLOSE stops
no = CLOSE reverses
16
When this function is activated and if the parameter
is “no”, the CLOSE command
commands immediate closing at the end of the opening cycle (stores CLOSE). If the
and
are “no”, CLOSE commands immediate closing.
parameters
When this function is activated, with the system stopped by a STOP another OPEN
is “no”, it always closes.
command moves in the opposite direction. If the parameter
When this function is activated, during closing, the CLOSING SAFETY DEVICES stop and
allow motion to resume when they are no longer engaged, otherwise they immediately
reverse opening.
17
When this function is activated, the CLOSING SAFETY DEVICES command closing when
they are no longer engaged
(see also parameter 18).
18
When this function is activated and if the parameter
is , the unit will wait for the opening
cycle to end before executing the closing command sent by the CLOSING SAFETY
DEVICES.
Y = closes at the end of opening
no = disabled
When this function is activated, during closing, LOOP2 stops and allows motion to resume
when no longer engaged, otherwise it immediately reverses to opening.
LOOP 1 commands opening and, once completed, it closes if no longer engaged (useful
in case of vehicle back-up with consecutive loops). If disabled, when LOOP 1 is no longer
engaged, it does not close.
Y = closes when no longer engaged
no = immediate reversal
Y = closes if LOOP2 is clear
no = disabled
Y = closes at the end of opening
no = disabled
Y = active
no = disabled
Y = closes if LOOP1 is clear
no = disabled
NOT USED
/
A.D.M.A.P Function
When this function is activated, the result is operation of safety devices compliant with
French standards.
Y = active
no = disabled
Y = stops and reverses when no
14
15
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
13
14
15
17 Y
When this function is activated, LOOP2 commands closing when it is no longer engaged
(see also parameter ).
21
20 Y
When this function is activated and if the parameter
is , the unit will wait for the
opening cycle to end before executing the closing command sent by LOOP2.
When this function is activated, the LOOP1 commands have priority over those of LOOP2.
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When this function is activated, the CLOSING SAFETY DEVICES during closing stop and
reverse movement when they are no longer engaged, otherwise they reverse immediately.
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NO EFFECT
A1
A2
A3
St
Y = closes at the end of opening
no = inmediate closure
Y = moves in the opposite direction
no = always closes
Y = closes when no longer engaged
no = immediate reversal
Y = closes when FSW is no longer
engaged
no = disabled
longer engaged.
no= reverses immediately
/
PRE-FLASHING:
Lets you adjust, in 1 sec steps, the desired duration of pre-flashing, from a minimum of 00 to
a maximum of 10 seconds
TIMEOUT FOR REVERSE WHEN CLOSING:
If this function is activated, during closing you can decide to reverse or stop movement when
the timeout elapses (the closing limit switch is not reached).
OPENING AT POWER UP:
In the event of a power failure, once it is restored, you can command opening by enabling
this function (only if the automated system is not closed, FCC clear).
AUTOMATED SYSTEM STATUS:
Exit programming, store settings and return to gate status display (see paragraph 11.5.1.).
05
Y = reverses
no = stops
Y = opens
no = remains stationary
11.8.1. PERSONALISING THE OPERATING LOGIC
The expert programming level values vary depending on the operating logic chosen at the basic programming level.
The expert programming level is for personalising one of the selectable logics should a non-standard operating mode be required.
To make effective the change of one or more expert programming level parameters that personalise the set operating logic, proceed
as follows:
Select the basic logic that most suits your needs.
Enter the expert programming level and change the desired parameters.
Exit expert level from the basic level and select the logic Cu.
The logic Cu activates the changes made at expert level.
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13
Funzione
Translation of the original instructions
Display
1 11.9 OPERATING LOGICS TABLES
A: AUTOMATIC logic (Tab. 1/a)
PE: PHOTOCELL AUTOMATIC logic (Tab. 1/e)
A1: AUTOMATIC 1 logic (Tab. 1/b)
C: DEAD-MAN logic (Tab. 1/f)
EP: STEP-BY-STEP logic (Tab. 1/c)
CU: CUSTOM logic (this logic cannot be selected; it appears
automatically each time you go to the parameter LO and any
parameter is changed from its default setting).
E: SEMI-AUTOMATIC logic (Tab. 1/d)
Tab. 1/a
Translation of the original instructions
ENGLISH
“A” LOGIC
PULSES
AUTOMATED
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
CLOSE
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens and closes
after the pause time
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (stores
CLOSE)
AT OPENING
no effect (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
see Advanced
Programming level
OPEN IN PAUSE
recharges pause
time (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
no effect
recharges pause
time (CLOSE
disabled)
recharges pause
time
(CLOSE disabled)
AT CLOSURE
reopens the gate
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses to opening
(see 2nd lev. prog.)
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (stores
CLOSE)
STOPPED
closes the gate
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
Tab. 1/b
“A1” LOGIC
PULSES
AUTOMATED
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
CLOSE
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens and closes
after the pause time
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
AT OPENING
no effect (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
see 2nd lev. prog.
continues to open
and recloses
immediately
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (stores
CLOSE)
OPEN IN PAUSE
recharges pause
time (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
no effect
stops and when
no longer engaged
closes immediately
recharges pause
time
(CLOSE disabled)
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (stores
CLOSE)
AT CLOSURE
reopens the gate
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses to opening
(see 2nd lev. prog.)
STOPPED
closes the gate
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
Tab. 1/c
“EP” LOGIC
PULSES
AUTOMATED
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
CLOSE
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the gate
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
AT OPENING
stops operation (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
see 2nd lev. prog.
no effect
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (OPEN stops
- CLOSE is stored)
OPEN IN PAUSE
recloses the gate (1)
recloses the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
AT CLOSURE
stops operation
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses to opening
(see 2nd lev. prog.)
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (OPEN stops
- CLOSE is stored)
STOPPED
resumes motion
in the opposite
direction. After STOP
always closes
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN stops CLOSE is stored)
 In brackets, the effects on the other inputs when the pulse is active.
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Tab. 1/d
OPEN A
CLOSE
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the gate
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
AT OPENING
stops operation
recloses the gate
stops operation
see 2nd lev. prog.
no effect
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (OPEN stops CLOSE is stored).
OPEN IN PAUSE
recloses the gate
recloses the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
AT CLOSURE
reopens the gate
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses to opening
(see 2nd lev. prog.)
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (OPEN stops CLOSE is stored).
STOPPED
closes the gate
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN stops CLOSE is stored)
Tab. 1/e
“PE” LOGIC
PULSES
AUTOMATED
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
CLOSE
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens and closes
after the pause time
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
continues to open
and recloses
immediately
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (stores
CLOSE)
AT OPENING
no effect (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
when no longer
engaged, reverses
immediately
OPEN IN PAUSE
resets pause
time (1)
recloses the gate
stops operation
no effect
stops and when
no longer engaged
closes immediately
recharges pause
time
(CLOSE disabled)
AT CLOSURE
reopens the gate
no effect
stops operation
no effect
reverses to opening
(see 2nd lev. prog.)
stops and when
no longer engaged
opens (stores
CLOSE)
STOPPED
closes the gate
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
Tab. 1/f
“C” LOGIC
PULSES
AUTOMATED
SYSTEM STATUS
OPEN A
CLOSE
STOP
FSW OP
FSW CL
FSW CL/OP
CLOSED
opens the gate
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
AT OPENING
no effect
closes the gate
stops operation
see 2nd lev. prog.
no effect
stops and when no
longer engaged see
2nd lev. prog.
OPEN IN PAUSE
no effect
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
AT CLOSING
opens the gate
no effect
stops operation
no effect
stops operation
stops operation
STOPPED
opens the gate
closes the gate
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
no effect
(OPEN disabled)
no effect
(CLOSE disabled)
no effect
(OPEN/CLOSE
disabled)
 In brackets, the effects on the other inputs when the pulse is active.
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ENGLISH
PULSES
Translation of the original instructions
“E” LOGIC
AUTOMATED
SYSTEM STATUS
12 OMRON INVERTER CONTROL UNIT
12.1 DESCRIPTION OF THE INVERTER CONTROL PANEL
Data Display
ENGLISH
LED indicator light
for RUN COMMAND
Translation of the original instructions
Function Keys
Fig. 46
C850
Name
Description
POWER LED
On when the control circuit is powered.
ALARM LED
On when there is an inverter fault.
RUN LED (during a RUN
command)
On when the inverter is running.
PROGRAM LED
On when the set value of each function is indicated on the data display.
Flashing when in “warning” mode (when the set value is not valid).
Data display
Displays the important data, such as reference frequency, output current and set
values.
Data display LED
On depending on the indication on the data display.
Hz: frequency A: current
RUN command LED
On when the RUN command is set on the programming panel (the RUN key on the
programming panel is enabled for operation).
RUN key
Activates the inverter. Available only when operation is selected using the
programming panel. (Ensure that the RUN command LED is on) Forward/Back
”
rotation depends on the setting of “
STOP/RESET key
Reduces the speed and stops the inverter. Same function as the RESET key when
there is an inverter fault.
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Name
Description
d000
F000)
A000 b000 C000 H000
Lets you go to the following modes: monitor (
), basic operation (
,
,
,
).
and extended operation (
This key also lets you change visualisation as shown below.
[Further information]
To go from “d001” mode to any operating mode, press and hold the
Mode key for 3 seconds.
581
Mode key
F001
F001
580
579
ENGLISH
o
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ENTER key
Enters and stores modified data.
(To change the set value, remember to press Enter)
Do not press Enter if you do not wish to store changes
(e.g. when a change is made inadvertently).
Increase key
Changes the mode.
Also, it increases the set value of each function.
Decrease key
Changes the mode.
Also, it decreases the set value of each function.
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Translation of the original instructions
Note: always press “enter” to store modified data.
12.2 PROGRAMMING THE INVERTER
WARNING: DO NOT CHANGE parameters other
than those indicated in this section.
Incorrect changes can be dangerous for
people, things or the C850 motor.
•
press one of the two GREY buttons until
the desired value appears
•
press the YELLOW button to confirm;
•
to exit programming, press the BLUE button for 5
sec, until d001 appears;
•
press the BLUE button to exit, and the display will
show 0.0.
The inverter parameters have all been set on default values by
the manufacturer during testing.
Among all of them, the installer only has available a few
programmable inverter parameters:
A020 = Deceleration Speed (Value Range = 0-20Hz / Default
Value = 10)
ENGLISH
A021 = Running Speed (Value Range = 50-120Hz / Default Value
= 50)
F002 = Acceleration Time (Value Range = 0.01-99.99 / Default
Value = 2.5)
F003 = Deceleration Time (Value Range = 0.01-99.99 / Default
Value = 2.5)
PROGRAMMING THE A020 DECELERATION SPEED
PROGRAMMING THE F002 ACCELERATION TIME
For programming, proceed as follows:
•
with the gate stationary and powered, the inverter display
will show 0.0;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
the first group of parameters d001;
•
Translation of the original instructions
For programming, proceed as follows:
•
with the gate stationary and powered, the inverter display
will show 0.0;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
the first group of parameters d001;
•
press the GREY button until the parameter group
A appears;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will show A001;
•
press one of the two GREY buttons until
A020 appears;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will
show the value of the parameter;
•
press one of the two GREY buttons until the
desired value appears;
•
press the YELLOW button to confirm;
•
to exit programming, press the BLUE button for 5
sec, until d001 appears;
•
press the BLUE button to exit, and the display will
show 0.0.
PROGRAMMING THE A021 RUNNING SPEED
•
•
•
with the gate stationary and powered, the inverter display
will show 0.0;
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
the first group of parameters d001;
press the BLUE button, and the display will show F001;
press one of the two GREY buttons until
F002 appears;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
the value of the parameter;
•
press one of the two GREY buttons until
the desired value appears;
•
press the YELLOW button to confirm;
•
to exit programming, press the BLUE button for 5
sec, until d001 appears;
•
press the BLUE button to exit, and the display will
show 0.0.
PROGRAMMING THE F003 DECELERATION TIME
For programming, proceed as follows:
•
with the gate stationary and powered, the inverter display
will show 0.0;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
the first group of parameters d001;
•
For programming, proceed as follows:
•
press the GREY button until the parameter group
F appears;
•
•
press the GREY button until the parameter group
F appears;
press the BLUE button, and the display will show F001;
press one of the two GREY buttons until
F003 appears;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display
will show the value of the parameter;
•
press one of the two GREY buttons until
the desired value appears;
A001;
•
press the YELLOW button to confirm;
•
press one of the two GREY buttons until
A021 appears;
•
to exit programming, press the BLUE button for 5
sec, until d001 appears;
•
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
the value of the parameter;
•
press the BLUE button to exit, and the display will
show 0.0.
•
•
press the GREY button until the parameter group
A appears;
press the BLUE button, and the display will show
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12.3 12.3 INVERTER DEFAULTS
Unit
A001
Reference frequency selection
02
A002
RUN command selection
01
A003
Basic frequency
50
Hz
A004
Maximum frequency
120
Hz
A005
O/IO Selection
02
Contents Description
Value
Unit
1.00
Times
A075
PID Scale
A076
PID feedback selection
00
A077
Inverted PID function
00
A078
PID output limitation function
0.0
A081
AVR selection
02
%
A011
O Start Frequency
0.00
Hz
A082
AVR voltage selection
230
A012
O End Frequency
0.00
Hz
A085
RUN mode selection
00
A086
Energy savings response/Precision
adjustment
50.0
%
V
A013
O Start ratio
0
%
A014
O/IO Final ratio
100
%
A015
O, IO Sampling
01
A092
Acceleration time 2
10.00
Sec
A016
O, IO Sampling
8
A093
Deceleration time 2
10.00
Sec
2-phase acceleration/deceleration selection
00
A020
Multi-speed reference 0
10.0
Hz
A094
A021
Multi-speed reference 1
50.0
Hz
A095
2-phase acceleration frequency
0.0
Hz
A022
Multi-speed reference 2
Hz
A096
2-phase deceleration frequency
0.0
Hz
01
0.0
A023
Multi-speed reference 3
0.0
Hz
A097
Acceleration type selection
A024
Multi-speed reference 4
0.0
Hz
A098
Deceleration type selection
01
O/IO Start-up frequency
0.0
Hz
0.0
Hz
0
%
%
A025
Multi-speed reference 5
0.0
Hz
A101
A026
Multi-speed reference 6
0.0
Hz
A102
O/IO Final frequency
O/IO Start-up ratio
A027
Multi-speed reference 7
0.0
Hz
A103
A028
Multi-speed reference 8
0.0
Hz
A104
O/IO Final ratio
100
IO start-up selection
01
A029
Multi-speed reference 9
0.0
Hz
A105
A030
Multi-speed reference 10
0.0
Hz
A141
Input A operating frequency setting
01
Input B operating frequency setting
02
A031
Multi-speed reference 11
0.0
Hz
A142
A032
Multi-speed reference 12
0.0
Hz
A143
Operator selection
00
A145
Frequency addition quantity
0.0
Hz
A033
Multi-speed reference 13
0.0
Hz
A034
Multi-speed reference 14
0.0
Hz
A146
Frequency addition direction
00
VR Start-up frequency
0.0
Hz
0.0
Hz
0
%
%
A035
Multi-speed reference 15
0.0
Hz
A151
A038
Motion frequency
6.00
Hz
A152
VR Final frequency
VR Start-up ratio
A039
Motion stop selection
00
A153
A041
Torque boost selection
00
A154
VR Final ratio
100
A042
Manual torque boost voltage
1.8
%
A155
VR start-up selection
01
A043
Manual torque boost frequency
10.0
%
b001
New attempt selection
00
A044
V/f characteristics selection
00
b002
0.3
Sec
A045
Output voltage gain
100
“Allowed time for temporary power
interruption”
DC injection braking selection
00
b003
New attempt wait time
A051
1.0
Sec
A052
DC injection braking frequency
0.5
Hz
b004
“Temporary power interruption/Sub voltage
drop during stop selection”
00
A053
DC injection braking delay time
0.0
Sec
DC injection braking power
50
%
b005
“New attempt time selection for temporary
power interruption”
00
A054
A055
DC injection braking time
0.5
Sec
b011
Start-up frequency at frequency extraction
restart
00
b012
Electronic heat level
b013
Electronic heat characteristics selection
b021
Overload limit selection
b022
Overload limit level
%
A056
DC injection braking mode selection
01
A061
Upper frequency limit
0.0
Hz
A062
Lower frequency limit
0.0
Hz
A063
Jump frequency 1
0.0
Hz
A064
Jump frequency 1 amplitude
0.5
Hz
A065
Jump frequency 2
0.0
Hz
A066
Jump frequency 2 amplitude
0.5
Hz
A067
Jump frequency 3
0.0
A068
Jump frequency 3 amplitude
0.5
A071
PID selection
00
A072
PID P Gain
1.0
A073
PID I Gain
1.0
Sec
A074
PID D Gain
0.00
Sec
C850
7.10
A
01
00
10.65
A
Sec
b023
Overload limit parameter
1.0
b028
Overload limit origin selection
00
Hz
b029
“Deceleration speed constant at frequency
extraction restart”
0.5
Sec
Hz
b030
Frequency extraction restart level
7.10
A
b031
Software block selection
01
b050
“No stop in case of temporary power
interruption function selection”
00
b051
“No start-up voltage stop in case of
temporary power interruption function”
0.0
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Value
Translation of the original instructions
Contents Description
Contents Description
Contents Description
Value
“No stop deceleration level stop in case of
temporary power interruption function”
0.0
V
C071
“Communication speed selection
(baud rate selection)”
b053
“No deceleration time stop in case of
temporary power interruption function”
1.0
Sec
C072
Communication station nr. selection
1
“No deceleration start amplitude stop
in case of temporary power interruption
function”
C074
Communication parity selection
01
0.0
C075
Communication stop bit selection
1
C076
Communication error selection
02
“Proportional gain overvoltage protection
during deceleration”
0.2
C077
Communication error timeout
Communication wait time
b056
“Integral time overvoltage protection
during deceleration”
C078
0.2
C081
b080
AM adjustment
100
b055
ENGLISH
Unit
b052
b054
Translation of the original instructions
Value
Hz
Sec
b082
Start-up frequency
0.5
Hz
b083
Bearing frequency
12.0
KHz
Unit
04
0.00
Sec
0
ms
O Adjustment
100.0
%
C082
IO Adjustment
100.0
%
C086
AM offset adjustment
0.0
V
C091
Reserved
00
UP/DOWN selection
00
b084
Initialisation selection
00
C101
b085
Initialisation parameter selection
01
C102
Reset selection
00
Input A logic operation function
00
b086
Conversion of frequency conversion
1.0
C141
b087
STOP key selection
00
C142
Input B logic operation function
01
Logic operator selection
00
b088
Free rotation stop selection
00
C143
b089
Monitoring display selection
01
C144
Output 11 terminal delay ON
0.0
Sec
Output 11 terminal delay OFF
0.0
Sec
b091
Stop selection
00
C145
b092
Cooling fan control
01
C148
Output relay delay ON
0.0
Sec
b130
Overvoltage LAD stop function
00
C149
Output relay delay OFF
0.0
Sec
b131
Overvoltage LAD stop function level
setting
380
F001
Output frequency monitoring/setting
80.0
Hz
F002
Acceleration time 1
2.50
Sec
“Overvoltage protection during
deceleration function selection”
01
F003
Deceleration time 1
2.50
Sec
F004
Operator rotation direction selection
H003
Motor capacity selection
b133
V
b134
“Overvoltage protection level during
deceleration setting”
395
b140
Overcurrent suppression function
01
H004
Motor pole number selection
b150
Automatic bearing reduction
00
H006
Stabilisation parameter
V
00
1.50
kW
4
Pole(s)
100
%
00
d001
Output frequency monitoring
0.0
Hz
C001
Multi-function input selection 1
00
d002
Output current monitoring
0.0
A
C002
Multi-function input selection 2
01
d003
Rotation direction monitoring
C003
Multi-function input selection 3
02
d004
PID feedback value monitoring
0.00
C004
Multi-function input selection 4
18
d005
Multi-function input monitoring
0
C005
Multi-function input selection 5
12
d007
C011
Multi-function input 1 operation selection
00
Output frequency monitoring (after
conversion)
C012
Multi-function input 2 operation selection
00
d013
0
1
b151
C013
Multi-function input 3 operation selection
00
d016
C014
Multi-function input 4 operation selection
00
d017
d018
Tab temperature monitoring
o
0.00
49
22.8
C015
Multi-function input 5 operation selection
00
C021
Multi-function output terminal selection 11
00
d080
Error frequency monitoring
0
Error monitoring 1 (most recent)
---
C026
Relay output function selection (AL2, AL1)
05
d081
C028
AM selection
00
d082
Error monitoring 2
---
d083
Error monitoring 3
---
d104
Electronic heat monitoring
0.0
C031
Multi-function output 11 terminal contact
selection
00
C036
Relay output contact selection (AL2, AL1)
01
C038
Light load signal output mode
01
C039
Light load detection level
7.10
A
C041
Overload warning level
7.10
A
C042
Arrival frequency during acceleration
0.0
Hz
C043
Arrival frequency during deceleration
0.0
Hz
C044
PID excessive deviation limit
3.0
%
C052
PID FB upper limit
100.0
%
C053
PID FB lower limit
0.0
%
C070
Operator/Modbus selection
02
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12.4 INVERTER ERROR
Alarm Code
E 05
Alarm Name
Stop due to overload
Alarm Description
Excessive motor strain
Troubleshooting:
1. Sliding leaf too heavy.
2. Obstacle preventing correct movement of the sliding leaf.
E 07
Alarm Name
Alarm Description
•
Input power voltage too high or deceleration too fast.
•
The currents generated could damage the inverter.
Stop due to overvoltage
ENGLISH
Alarm Code
2.
Press STOP/RESET on the inverter.
3.
4.
Check the RUNNING SPEED, inverter parameter A021, and reduce the speed, if necessary.
Check the MINIMUM STOP SPACE in chart 1 in section 6.2 FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE LIMIT SWITCHES, and, if necessary,
increase the stop space by adjusting the limit switches.
Check the DECELERATION SPACE, as shown in section 6.2 FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE LIMIT SWITCHES, and, if necessary,
increase the deceleration space by adjusting the limit switches.
Check the DECELERATION set in the parameter F003, as shown in section 6.2 FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE LIMIT SWITCHES,
paragraphs 13 and 14, and, if necessary, increase the deceleration value.
5.
6.
NOTE: In case of other ERROR warnings, wait (10 sec) for the inverter to reset automatically.
If the ERROR persists, press STOP/RESET
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Translation of the original instructions
Troubleshooting:
1. Ensure that the power voltage of terminals L and N is correct.
12.5 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
12.5.1 EXTERNAL PROGRAMMING KEYBOARD
The external programming keyboard is an optional accessory for
remotely programming the inverter parameters using the provided
RJ45 standard cable connection.
The keyboard memory lets you save and store up to 4 customised
programming settings, made available for future use.
The keyboard features an LCD display (Fig. 47).
Translation of the original instructions
ENGLISH
For complete keyboard functions, see the
dedicated instructions.
Abb. 47
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USER’S GUIDE C850
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Read the instructions carefully before using the product and keep
them for future consultation.
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
If installed and used correctly, the C850 automated system will
ensure a high degree of safety.
Some simple rules regarding behaviour will avoid any accidental
trouble:
• Do not stand near the automated system and do not allow
children and other people or things to stand there, especially
while it is operating.
• Keep radiocontrols or any other pulse generator well away
from children to prevent the automated system from being
activated involuntarily.
• Do not allow children to play with the automated system.
• Do not willingly obstruct gate movement.
• Prevent any branches or shrubs from interfering with gate
movement.
• Keep light signalling systems efficient and clearly visible.
• Do not attempt to manually operate the gate unless it has
been released.
• In the event of malfunctions, release the gate to allow access
and wait for qualified technical personnel to do the necessary
work.
• After enabling manual operation, switch off the power supply
to the system before restoring normal operation.
• Do not make any alterations to the components of the automated system.
• Do not attempt any kind of repair of direct action whatsoever
and contact qualified personnel only.
• Call in qualified personnel at least every 6 months to check
the efficiency of the automated system, safety devices and
earth connection.
DESCRIPTION
The C850 automated system is ideal for controlling vehicle access
areas of medium transit frequency.
The C850 automated system for sliding gates is an electromechanical operator transmitting motion to the sliding gate via a
rack pinion or chain appropriately coupled to the gate.
Operation of the sliding gate is controlled by an electronic control
unit housed inside the operator.
When, with the gate closed, the unit receives an opening command
by radiocontrol or from another suitable device, it activates the
motor until the opening position is reached.
If automatic operation was set, the gate re-closes automatically
after the selected pause time has elapsed.
If the semi-automatic operation was set, a second pulse must be
sent to close the gate again.
An opening pulse during re-closing, always causes movement to
C850
be reversed.
A stop pulse (if provided) always stops movement.
The light signalling indicates that the gate is currently moving.
For details on sliding gate behaviour in different function logics,
consult the installation technician.
The automated systems include obstacle-detection and/or safety
devices (photocells, edges) that prevent the gate from closing
when there is an obstacle in the area they protect.
The system ensures mechanical locking when the motor is not
operating and, therefore, it is not necessary to install any lock.
Manual opening is, therefore, only possible by using the release
system.
A handy manual release makes it possible to move the gate in the
event of a power failure or malfunction.
MANUAL OPERATION
To manually move the gate, we recommend cutting off electrical power. Rotating the knob prevents any motor movement.
To release the operator proceed as follows:
1. Insert the key provided and turn it clockwise as shown in Fig.1 ref.1.
2. Turn the release system clockwise, until the mechanical stop is
reached, Fig.1 ref.2.
3. Open and close the gate manually.
RESTORING NORMAL OPERATION
To restore normal operation proceed as follows:
1. Turn the release system anti-clockwise, until its stop is reached,
Fig.2 ref.2.
2. Turn the key anti-clockwise and remove it from the lock, Fig.2 ref.1.
Turning the release system knob clockwise will prevent any
movement of the motor.
Operator releasing and locking operations can be carried out
in any gate position.
MAINTENANCE
We recommend checking system operation every six months, with
special attention to the safety and release devices.
REPAIRS
For any repairs, contact the authorised Repair Centres.
AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES
Refer to catalogue for available accessories.
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Customer
Technician
Customer
Technician
Customer
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Customer
Technician
Customer
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Indication of residual risks and of foreseeable improper use
Other device
Flashing lamp
Remote control
Control device 2
Control device 1
Photocell pair 2
Photocell pair 1
Safety device 2
Safety device 1
MODEL
PART
System configuration
Date
MAINTENANCE REGISTER
Installation technician _____________________________________________________
Customer ___________________________________________________________________
Type of system _____________________________________________________________
Serial number ______________________________________________________________
Installation date_____/____/_________Activation______________________________
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