Ditec PWR25H/35H Automation for hinged gates

Ditec PWR25H/35H
Automation for hinged
gates
(translation of the original instructions)
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IP2250EN
Technical Manual
Contents
Subject
1.
2.
Page
General safety precautions
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Declaration of incorporation of partly completed machinery
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Machinery Directive
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3.
Technical specifications
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4.
Standard installation
28
5.
Gearmotor dimensions and references
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6.
2.1
Installation
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6.1
Preliminary checks
30
6.2
Bracket fastening
31
6.3
Positioning usage
32
6.4
Gearmotor installation
33
6.5
Adjustment of mechanical stops
34
6.6
Electrical connections
34
6.7
Adjustment of magnetic limit switches
35
6.8
Remote release usage
36
7.
Routine maintenance plan
37
8.
Troubleshooting
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9.
Disposal
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Operating instructions
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Manual release instructions
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Key
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1. General safety precautions
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This installation manual is intended for qualified personnel only.
Installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be performed in accordance with Good Working Methods and in compliance with the present standards.
Read the instructions carefully before installing the product.
Incorrect installation could be dangerous.
Before installing the product, make sure it is in perfect condition.
Before installing the motorisation device, make all the necessary structural modifications to create safety clearance and to guard or isolate all the crushing, shearing,
trapping and general hazardous areas.
Make sure the existing structure is up to standard in terms of strength and stability.
The motorisation device manufacturer is not responsible for failure to observe Good
Working Methods when building the frames to be motorised, or for any deformations
during use.
The safety devices (photocells, safety edges, emergency stops, etc.) must be installed
taking into account the applicable laws and directives, Good Working Methods, installation premises, system operating logic and the forces developed by the motorized gate.
The safety devices must protect the crushing, shearing, trapping and general hazardous
areas of the motorised door.
Display the signs required by law to identify hazardous areas.
Each installation must bear a visible indication of the data identifying the motorized gate.
When requested, connect the motorized gate to an effective earthing system that
complies with current safety standards.
During installation, maintenance and repair operations, cut off the power supply before
opening the cover to access the electrical parts.
The automation protection casing must be removed by qualified personnel only.
The manufacturer of the motorisation device declines all responsibility if component parts not compatible with safe and correct operation are fitted.
Only use original spare parts when repairing or replacing products.
The installer must supply all information on the automatic, manual and emergency operation of the motorised gate, and must provide the user with the operating instructions.
2. Declaration of incorporation
completed machinery
of
partly
EC Declaration of Conformity – Entrematic Group AB, declares that this product complies with
the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2006/42/EC, 2014/30/EU.
A certified copy of the original Declaration of Conformity is available upon request via email:
technical-assistance.ditec@entrematic.com, clearly indicating the product code.
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2.1 Machinery Directive
Pursuant to the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC), the installer who motorises a door or gate has
the same obligations as the manufacturer of machinery and as such must:
- prepare the technical data sheet which must contain the documents indicated in Annex V of the
Machinery Directive;
(The technical data sheet must be kept and placed at the disposal of competent national authorities for at least ten years from the date of manufacture of the motorised door or gate);
- draw up the EC Declaration of Conformity in accordance with Annex II-A of the Machinery Directive
and deliver it to the customer;
- affix the EC marking on the motorised door or gate, in accordance with point 1.7.3 of Annex I of
the Machinery Directive;
3. Technical specifications
Tab. 3.0
PWR25H
Power
Maximum
power
Absorbed power
Maximum thrust
Maximum stroke
Opening time
Intermittence
Duration
Operating temperature
Degree of protection
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (Kg)
PWR35H
24V
5A
5.5A
55W nom. / 120W max
65W nom. / 132W max
2000 N
3000 N
350mm
450mm
10÷60 s/90°
14÷80 s/90°
80 cycles/day
150 cycles/day
30 consecutive cycles at 20°C
50 consecutive cycles at 20°C
From 60,000 to 100,000 cycles based on From 120,000 to 300,000 cycles based on
the conditions indicated in table 3.1 (see the conditions indicated in table 3.1 (see
the durability graphs of the product)
the durability graphs of the product)
-20°C / +55°C (-35°C + 55°C with NIO active)
IP44
IP44
820 x 100 x 107 h
970 x 100 x 107 h
7.8
9
Graph 3.0
PWR35H
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
100
100
0
0
0
1
2
3
(m)
4
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
(m)
WARNING: To prevent burglary, the use of an electric lock is recommended with wings longer
than 2.3m.
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(Kg)
Usage limits
(gate wing weight and length)
(Kg)
PWR25H
800
Tab. 3.1
The durability of the
Severity index
PWR25H PWR35H product is influenced by
Wing weight
>150Kg
10
>200Kg
20
-
>300Kg
30
10
>400Kg
-
20
>600Kg
-
30
>2m
20
10
>3m
-
20
Wing width
Solid wing
15
Windy area
Speed setting VA/VC/PO/PC over the default values
Force setting R1/R2 over the default values
15
10
10
with reference to Tab. 3.1,
according to the type of
piston, the weight and
the length of the wing
and the use conditions,
different corrective factors were estimated, the
sum of which influence
the operator durability
(see Tab. 3.2).
PWR25H
PWR35H
300.000
100.000
280.000
90.000
260.000
240.000
80.000
220.000
70.000
200.000
180.000
cicli
cycles
50.000
160.000
140.000
120.000
40.000
100.000
30.000
80.000
60.000
20.000
40.000
10.000
20.000
90
100
90
100
70
80
80
50
60
40
0
90
100
70
80
50
60
40
20
30
0
10
20
0
0
10
Durability of the product
cycles
cicli
60.000
30
Tab. 3.2
the severity index:
-
indice
di gravosità
Severity
index
indice
di gravosità
Severity
index
Two examples of the operator durability calculation are shown below:
PWR25H
Example of the duration
calculation for PWR25H
Total severity index
55
60.000
Example of the duration
calculation for PWR35H
220.000
200.000
180.000
50.000
40.000
indice
di gravosità
Severity
index
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90
55
Estimated duration 148,000 cycles
100
Total severity index
0
70
15
20.000
0
80
Windy area
40.000
60
10
50
R1/R2>default
60.000
10.000
40
20
80.000
20.000
20
Wing length >3m
140.000
100.000
30
10
0
Wing weight >300 Kg
160.000
120.000
30.000
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Estimated duration 67,000 cycles
240.000
70
70.000
60
15
50
Windy area
260.000
40
80.000
20
10
30
R1/R2>default
300.000
280.000
0
90.000
10
100.000
20
cicli
cycles
10
Wing length >2m
cycles
cicli
Wing weight >150 Kg
PWR35H
indice
di gravosità
Severity
index
4. Standard installation
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3
2
4
6
5
4
A
Ref.
1
2
3
4
5
6
A
5
Description
Transmitter
Flashing light
Antenna (integrated into the flashing light)
Key selector switch
Digital combination wireless keypad
Actuator PWR25H
Actuator PWR35H
Actuator PWR35H with magnetic limit switches
Photocells
Control panel
Connect the power supply to a type-approved omnipolar switch, with a contact opening
distance of at least 3mm (not supplied).
The connection to the mains must follow an independent path, separate from the
connections to the control and safety devices.
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Cable
/
2 x 1 mm²
coaxial 58 Ω
4 x 0.5 mm²
/
2 x 1.5 mm²
3 x 1.5 mm²
4 x 0.5 mm²
3G x 1.5 mm²
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5. Gearmotor dimensions and references
PWR35H
PWR25H
7
10
7
9
10
8
9
8
12
11
11
Fig. 5.1
Fig. 5.2
Ref.
7
Description
Rear cover
8
Release lock hatch
9
Cover fastening screw
10
Release key
11
Release pin
12
Front cover
107
L
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R
Model
L
R
PWR25H
820
350
PWR35H
970
450
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6. Installation
The declared operating and performance features can only be guaranteed with the use of ENTREMATIC accessories and safety devices.
Unless otherwise specified, all measurements are expressed in mm.
6.1 Preliminary checks
Check that the structure of the gate is sturdy and that the hinges are lubricated and function smoothly.
If possible, provide an opening and closing stop, otherwise use the integrated mechanical stops
and/or the electric limit switch (optional) if available. The mechanical parts must be in accordance
with the provisions of the EN12604 standard.
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The fixing point of the automation varies depending on the space available and the gate to
be automated, therefore it is up to the installer to choose each time the best solution to
ensure the correct operation of the system.
The installation measurements indicated in the table allow to choose the values of [A] and [B] on
the basis of the desired opening angle and in relation to the on site spaces and overall dimensions.
Increasing measurement [A], you reduce the opening approach speed.
Reducing measurement [B], you increase the degrees of gate opening.
Measurements [A] and [B] must, however, be compatible with the effective stroke of the piston.
A
S
E
C
B
P
L
min. 60
opening a 90°
min
60with
con90°
apertura
D
PWR25H
PWR35H
A
90
110
150
130
110
100
90
130
150
130
130
110
100
B
160
160
130
150
180
190
190
190
190
180
210
260
280
C
50
50
50
70
100
110
50
50
50
70
100
150
200
S
110
110
80
80
80
80
140
140
140
110
110
110
80
30
D
95°
100°
110°
90°
90°
90°
95°
100°
110°
90°
90°
90°
90°
E
L
90
700
110
850
P min
110
120
160
140
120
110
100
140
160
140
140
120
110
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Tab. 6.1
6.2 Bracket fastening
After choosing the most suitable fastening point for the front bracket [14] to the gate wing, to determine the height position, proceed with the sizing, positioning and fixing of the rear bracket [13].
If necessary, shorten the rear bracket [13] following measurement (S) in Tab. 6.1.
-
Once you have fastened the rear bracket [13] following the measurements indicated on page
10, fasten the front bracket [14] to the gate.
-
With the gate completely closed, position the front bracket [14], in accordance with measurement (L). Check that the front bracket [13] and rear bracket [14] are properly levelled as
shown in the following figures and fasten the front bracket [13] to the gate.
NB: If necessary, the front bracket [14] can be rotated and fixed as shown in figures [B], in this
way the operator position will be higher by about 40 mm.
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Configuration [A] is the one recommended for a greater mechanical resistance.
PWR25H
3xØ9
A
13
72
50
43
70
155
14
100
L
3xØ14
80 (S)
110 (S)
140 (S)
B
13
70
87
14
112
90
L
Ø17,2
90
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2xØ9
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PWR35H
80
47
155
4xØ9
49
3xØ9
100
72
50
110
80 (S)
110 (S)
140 (S)
Ø17,2
A
13
100
3xØ14
70
132
B
13
43
87
14
14
L
L
6.3 Positioning template usage
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The positioning of the brackets can be greatly simplified by using the positioning template (optional
accessory), which allows to establish with certainty the fixing positions and distances of a bracket
with respect to the other during installation. In this way positioning errors and incorrect alignment
of the fixing holes are avoided thanks to the level integrated in the template.
The installation template is compatible with all pistons of the PWR, Obbi and Luxo series.
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6.4 Gearmotor installation
• Open the release lock hatch [8], loosen the screw [9] and remove the rear cover [7].
• Release the piston by inserting the key [10] in the appropriate pin [11] and turn it counter-clockwise as indicated by the arrow.
• Insert the rear bushing [18] into the hole of the rear bracket [13] and lubricate the pivot points.
• Fix the piston to the rear bracket, fully tightening the M8x45 screw [19] to nut [20].
• Open the wing manually and insert the front mounting pin [15] into the hole of the front fastening
bracket [14]; block the pin in the bracket using the washer [16] and the M8x16 screw [17] supplied.
• Moving the gate manually, check that the entire stroke takes place without interference.
7
8
18
19
9
10
15
14
13
16
20
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6.5 Adjustment of mechanical stops
Open the wing to its maximum open or closed position, loosen the mechanical stops with a 4 mm
Allen key enough to slide them along the toothed guide, bring them against the mounting pin and
fasten them again.
4 mm
4 mm
6.6. Electrical connections
The PWR25H and PWR35H gear-motors can be connected to control panels LCU30 and LCU40.
To connect the automation to the control panel, proceed as follows:
• Remove the rear cover [9] as shown in paragraph 6.4;
• Fit the cable gland on the automation, securing it with the nut inserted in the hole in the casting
(Fig. 6.1 and 6.2), then insert the connecting cables (Fig. 6.3);
• Connect the various wires as shown in the wiring diagram in Fig. 6.4;
• Secure the rear cover [9] to the gearmotor.
The electrical wiring and start-up of the gear-motors PWR25H and PWR35H are shown in the
installation manuals of control panels LCU30 and LCU40.
A flexible corrugated Ø16 pipe and related Ø20 fitting (not supplied) can be used to increase protection of the motor cable.
Fig. 6.3
Fig. 6.2
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Fig. 6.1
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Fig. 6.4
24V
gearmotor
with opening
Motoriduttore
24V
con
ritardo in apertura
delay
33/36 32/35 31/34
M2
24V
gearmotor
with closing
Motoriduttore
24V
con
ritardo in chiusura
delay
33/36 32/35 31/34
M1
Control
panel
Quadro
elettronico
L N
Power
Alimentazione
230V - 50/60 Hz
~
36 35 34
33 32 31
24V
24V
M1
M2
6.7 Magnetic limit switches adjustment (PWR35H only)
The front cover must be removed for the maintenance, adjustment and/or installation of the
magnetic limit switches:
• Loosen screw [11], slide the cover [12] forward and lift the front of it.
Fig. 6.5
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• Loosen the sensor support screws, adjust the opening and closing position of the sensors using
the notches as a guide, and tighten the screws.
• Secure the cables to the appropriate supports using cable straps.
See the instructions attached to the limit switch kit for additional information.
6.8 Remote release
Gear-motors PWR25H and PWR35H are prepared for the use of a cable operated remote unlocking
device. If necessary (single input or standard release on the operator not accessible) the remote
release device can be installed in the lower part of the operator.
See the instructions attached to the device for additional information.
The standard manual release functions normally, whereas the release will only be possible from the remote release device, while the reset will have to be performed using the
standard manual release.
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7 . Routine maintenance plan
Perform the following operations and checks every 6 months or based on the intensity of use of
the automation.
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Disconnect the 230 V~ power supply and batteries (if present):
- Clean and lubricate the gate's rotation pins, hinges and drive screws with neutral grease.
- Check the resistance of the fixing points.
- Check the electrical wiring is in good condition.
Reconnect the 230V~ power supply and batteries (if present):
- Check the power adjustment.
- Check that all commands and safety functions (photocells) are operating correctly.
- Check that the release system is working correctly.
- Test the batteries (in continuity) if present, disconnecting power and performing a few manoeuvres
in succession. Once performed, turn on the 230 V~ power supply again.
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8 . Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Operation
The gate doesn't No power supply.
open or close.
Check that the mains power supply is
present.
Gearmotor released.
See release instructions.
Photocells interrupted.
Check that the photocells are clean and
operating correctly.
Permanent stop command.
Check the stop command or control
panel.
Faulty selector.
Check the selector or control panel.
Faulty remote control
Check the condition of the batteries.
Electric lock not working
Check the positioning and proper operation of the lock.
The gate opens but Photocells interrupted.
doesn't close.
Check that the photocells are clean and
operating correctly.
9 . Disposal
The packaging components (cardboard, plastic, etc.) should be disposed through the
separate collection for recycling. Before proceeding however, check the local regulations
regarding disposal.
The packaging materials should not be discarded in the environment or left within reach of
children, as they are a potential source of danger.
To dispose of electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and storage cells correctly,
users must take the product to special "recycling centres" provided by the municipal authorities
for disposal according to the methods envisaged by current legislation.
NB: for spare parts, see the spares price list.
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Operating instructions
General safety precautions
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DETACH AND DELIVER TO THE CUSTOMER
These precautions are an integral and essential part of the product and must be supplied
to the user.
Read them carefully since they contain important information on safe installation, use
and maintenance.
These instructions must be kept and forwarded to all possible future users of the system.
This product must only be used for the specific purpose for which it was designed.
Any other use is to be considered improper and therefore dangerous. The manufacturer cannot
be held responsible for any damage caused by improper, incorrect or unreasonable use.
This product must not be used by people (including children) with reduced physical, sensorial or
mental abilities, or lack of experience or knowledge, unless they are given proper surveillance
and instructions for operating the device by a person responsible for their safety.
Avoid operating in the proximity of the hinges or moving mechanical parts.
Do not enter within the operating range of the motorised door while it is moving.
Do not block the movement of the motorised door since this may be dangerous.
Do not allow children to play or stay within the operating range of the motorised door.
Keep remote controls and/or any other control devices out of the reach of children in order to
avoid possible involuntary activation of the motorised door.
In the event of a product fault or malfunction, turn off the power supply switch. Do not attempt
to repair or intervene directly, and contact only qualified personnel.
Failure to comply with the above may cause a dangerous situation.
All cleaning, maintenance or repair work must be carried out by qualified personnel.
To ensure that the system works efficiently and correctly, the manufacturer’s indications
must be complied with and only qualified personnel must perform routine maintenance of the
motorised door.
In particular, regular checks are recommended in order to verify that the safety devices are
operating correctly.
All installation, maintenance and repair work must be documented and made available to the
user.
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Manual release instructions
In the event of failure or lack of voltage, open the hatch (8), insert the key (10) in the pin (11) and
rotate counter-clockwise, as indicated by the arrow.
If present, release any electric lock. Manually open the gate.
Turn the key clockwise to lock the wings.
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For any problems and/or information, contact the Technical Service.
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Although the contents of this publication have been drawn up with the greatest care, Entrematic Group AB
cannot be held responsible in any way for any damage caused by mistakes or omissions. We reserve the
right to make changes without prior notice.
Copying, scanning or changing in any way is expressly forbidden unless authorised in writing by Entrematic
Group AB.
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WARNING: Only lock and release the door wings when the motor is switched off.
Installer's stamp
Operator
Date of intervention
Technician's signature
Customer's signature
Intervention performed
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Lodjursgatan 10
SE-261 44, Landskrona
Sweden
www.entrematic.com
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Entrematic Group AB
Lodjursgatan 10
SE-261 44, Landskrona
Sweden
www.entrematic.com