2060 evo+ 2080 evo+ 2110 evo+ Garage door opener

EN-US ORIGINAL INSTALLATION AND OPERATING MANUAL
Garage door opener
2060 evo+
2080 evo+
2110 evo+
Limited Lifetime Warranty is contained at the end of the manual.
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Dear customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of a product of
SOMMER.
This product has been developed and manufactured
under high standards of quality. Our passion for the
product is just as important to us as the needs and
requirements of our customers. We place particular
emphasis on the safety and reliability of our products.
Read this installation operating manual carefully and follow all instructions. This will ensure that you can install
and operate the product safely and optimally.
If you have any questions, please contact your specialist
retailer, installer or contact.
Information on the opener: Antrieb:
Serial No.: See the title page of the installation and operating manual (if applicable warranty label).
Year of manufacture: from 03.2015
Information on the installation and operating manual
Version of the installation and operating manual:
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Warranty
The warranty complies with statutory requirements. The
contact person for warranties is the qualified dealer. The
warranty is only valid in the country in which the opener
was purchased. Batteries, fuses and lights are excluded
from the warranty.
Contact data
If you require after-sales service, spare parts or accessories, please contact your specialist retailer, installer or
contact
Sommer USA, Inc.
1430 West Pointe Drive, Suite Q
Charlotte, NC 28214
United States of America
Tel +1 170-424-5787
Fax +1 704-424-7699
info@sommer-usa.com
www.sommer-usa.com
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Manual as easy as possible to follow. If you have any suggestions as to how we could improve them or if you think
more information is needed, please send your suggestions
to us:
+1 704-424-7699
info@sommer-usa.com
Service
If you require service, please contact us on our service hotline (fee required) or see our web site:
+49 (0) 900-1800150
+1 877-766-6607 (Toll Free only USA)
http://www.sommer-usa.com
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The manufacturer retains the copyright for this installation
and operating manual. No part of this installation and operating manual may be reproduced in any form without the
written permission of SOMMER USA, Inc. or processed,
copied, or distributed using electronic systems. Violations
of the above stipulations will lead to damage claims. All
brands mentioned in these instructions are the property of
their respective manufacturer and hereby recognized as
such.
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1. Table of contents
1. About this installation and operating manual
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1.1 Storage and circulation of the installation and
operating manual
5
1.2 Important for translations
5
1.3 Description of the product type
5
1.4 Target groups of the installation and operating
manual5
1.5 Explanation of warning symbols and instructions in
the installation and operating manual
5
1.6 Special warnings, hazard symbols and mandatory
signs6
1.7 Information regarding the depiction of text
7
1.8 Intended use of the opener
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1.9 Improper use of the opener
8
1.10 Qualifications of personnel
8
1.11 User
8
2. General safety instructions
10
2.1 Basic safety instructions for operation
10
2.2 Additional safety information for the radio remote
control11
3. Description of function and product
3.1 The opener and its mode of operation
3.2 Safety equipment
3.3 Product designation
3.4 Explanation of symbols in the installation and
operating manual
3.5 Product contents
3.6 Product contents for safety sensor kit
3.7 Dimensions
3.8 Technical data
3.9 Information about transmitter
3.10 Door types and accessories
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4. Tools and protective equipment
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4.1 Required tools and personal protective
equipment19
5.Installation
5.1 IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
5.2 Installation requirements
5.3 Preparation for installation
5.4 Installation of the opener system
5.5 Attachment to the door
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6. Connection and special functions of the ceiling control unit
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6.1 Cover of the ceiling control unit
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6.2 Ceiling control unit pcb
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6.3 Connection options to the ceiling control unit
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6.4 Setting the DIP switches on the carriage
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6.5 Installing the safety sensors
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6.6 Installation requirements and dimensions
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6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 Installation
Connection of the safety sensors
Information on the wall station
Installation and connection on the wall station
Installing the cover of the ceiling control unit
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7. Connections and special functions of the carriage41
7.1 Cover of carriage
41
7.2 Carriage pcb
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7.3 Connection options on the carriage
43
7.4 Reducing illumination power of LEDs
44
7.5 Explanation of radio channels
44
7.6 Programming the transmitter
44
7.7 Information on Memo
44
7.8 Cancelling programming mode
45
7.9 Deleting a transmitter button from the radio
channel45
7.10 Deleting the transmitter completely from the
receiver45
7.11 Deleting radio channel in the receiver
45
7.12 Deleting all radio channels in the receiver
45
7.13 Programming a second transmitter by radio
(HFL)46
7.14 Resetting the control unit
46
7.15 Setting the DIP-Switches on the carriage
47
7.16 Automatic closing function – defining basic
values47
7.17 Adjusting the lighting function
48
7.18 12 V output
48
7.19 Setting partial opening
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7.20 Deleting partial opening
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7.21 HomeLink programming
49
7.22 Wicket door safety device
49
7.23 SOMlink
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7.24 Installing the cover of the carriage
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8. Battery pack
8.1 Installing and removing battery pack
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9. Electrical connection
9.1 Connection to a power outlet
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10. Initial operation
10.1 Safety information for installation
10.2 Initial operation
10.3 Detecting obstacles during force programming
10.4 Mechanical adjustment of the end positions
10.5 Attaching information sign and warning sign
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11. Final test/function test
11.1 Testing obstacle detection
11.2 Testing the safety sensor function
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12.Operation
12.1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
12.2 Handover to the user
12.3 Operating modes of door movement
12.4 Obstacle detection
12.5 Power-saving mode
12.6 Operation during power failure
12.7 Function of the emergency release
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13. Maintenance and care
13.1 Safety instructions for maintenance and care
13.2 Maintenance schedule
13.3 Care
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14.Troubleshooting
14.1 Safety instructions for troubleshooting
14.2 Troubleshooting
14.3 Time sequences of opener lighting in normal
operation and in case of faults
14.4 Troubleshooting table
14.5 Replacing the carriage
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15. Taking out of operation, storage and disposal
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15.1 Taking the opener out of operation and
disassembly73
15.2 Storage
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15.3 Disposal of waste
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16. Warranty terms and conditions
16.1 Limited Lifetime Warranty
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17. Product warranty registration card
77
18. Brief instructions for installation
78
19. Connection diagrams and functions of the
DIP switches
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1.1 Storage and circulation of the
installation and operating manual
Read this installation and operating manual carefully and
completely before installation, commissioning and operation and also before removal. Follow all warnings and
safety instructions.
Keep this installation and operating manual accessible at
all times at the place of use. If your installation and operating manual is damaged or lost, it can be downloaded
from SOMMER USA, Inc. at:
www.sommer.eu
During the transfer or resale of the opener to third parties,
the following documents must be passed on to the new
owner:
• This installation and operating manual
• Documents recording retrofitting and repairs
• Proof of regular care, maintenance and testing
1.2 Important for translations
This original installation and operating manual was written in US-English. The other available languages are
translations of the US-English version. You can get the
original installation and operating manual by scanning
the QR code:
• Usage
• Care and maintenance
• Testing
• Troubleshooting
• Disassembly and disposal
1.5 Explanation of warning symbols
and instructions in the installation
and operating manual
The warnings in this installation and operating manual
are structured as follows.
Signal word
Type and source of hazard
Hazard
symbol
Consequences of the hazard
►► Preventing and avoiding the hazard
The hazard symbol indicates the hazard. The signal word
is linked to a hazard symbol. The hazard is classified into
three classes depending on its danger:
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
There are three different classifications of hazards.
DANGER
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1.3 Description of the product type
The opener has been constructed using state-of-the-art
technology and according to recognized technical regulations and is subject to the UL325 standards. The opener
is fitted with a radio receiver. Optionally available accessories are also described.
1.4 Target groups of the installation
and operating manual
The installation and operating manual must be read and
observed by everyone assigned with one of the following
tasks:
• Unloading and in-house transport
Describes an immediate danger
that leads to serious injury or
death.
Describes the consequences of the danger to you or other persons.
►► Follow the instructions for avoiding or
preventing the danger.
WARNING
Describes a potential danger of
serious injury or death.
Describes the potential consequences
of the danger to you or other persons.
►► Follow the instructions for avoiding or
preventing the danger.
• Unpacking and installation
• Initial operation
• Setting
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CAUTION
Describes a potential danger of
a hazardous situation
Describes the potential consequences
of the danger to you or other persons.
►► Follow the instructions for avoiding or
preventing the danger.
The following symbols are used for notes and
information:
NOTE
Describes additional information and
useful notes for correct use of the opener
without endangering persons.
If it is not observed, property damage or
faults to the opener or door may occur.
INFORMATION
Describes additional information and useful tips.
Functions for optimum usage of the opener
are described.
INFORMATION
This symbol indicates that all components
that have been taken out of service must
not be disposed of with household waste,
as they contain hazardous substances. The
components must be disposed of correctly
at an authorized recycling centre. The local
and national regulations must be observed.
INFORMATION
This symbol indicates that all old accumulators and batteries must not be disposed
of with household waste. Old accumulators
and batteries contain hazardous substances. These must be disposed of properly
at municipal collection points or or in the
containers provided by dealers. The local
and national regulations must be observed.
Continue reading the installation and operating manual for more information.
Disconnect the opener from the mains voltage.
Connect the opener to the mains voltage.
Symbol refers to factory settings.
Symbol refers to SOMlink and a WLANenabled terminal.
1.6 Special warnings, hazard symbols
and mandatory signs
To specify the source of danger more precisely, the
following symbols are used together with the abovementioned hazard symbols and signal words. Follow
the instructions to prevent a potential hazard.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► Installation, testing and replacement of
electrical components may only be carried out by an electrician.
DANGER
Danger of entrapment!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
►► A second entrance, a release lock for
unlocking from the outside must be
installed!
DANGER
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
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WARNING
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts!
Danger due to hot parts!
Parts of the door may become detached
and fall. If persons or animals are hit,
this may cause serious injury or death.
►► The door must not bend, rotate or twist
when opening and closing.
After frequent operation, parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe injuries or death may result!
►► Keep clear of moving doors.
The following mandatory signs inform the user that
actions are required. The requirements described must
be complied with.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
►► Wear safety glasses.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
when it is moving or near moving parts.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
►► Wear a safety helmet.
WARNING
Danger of tripping and falling!
Unsafely positioned parts such as packaging, opener parts or tools may cause
trips or falls.
►► Keep unnecessary items away from the
installation area.
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
►► Wear safety gloves.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This will temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
injury.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
1.7 Information regarding the
depiction of text
Stands for directions for an action
⇒⇒ Stands for the results of the action
Lists are shown as a list of actions:
• List 1
• List 2
1, A
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Number or letter in the figure refers to a number in the text.
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Important text items in directions for actions are emphasized in bold type.
References to other chapters are in bold type and set in
“quotation marks”.
1.8 Intended use of the opener
The opener is intended exclusively to open and close
doors. Any other use does not constitute intended use.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage resulting from use other than the intended use. The user bears
the sole responsibility for any risk involved. It also voids
the warranty.
Any changes to the opener must be made with original SOMMER accessories only and only to the extent
described.
Doors automated with this opener must comply with all
valid international and domestic standards, directives and
regulations. Examples include UL 325. The regulations
valid in the respective country must be observed.
The opener may only be used:
• as specified in this installation and operating manual
• in good technical condition
• with attention to safety and hazards by trained users
1.9 Improper use of the opener
Any other use or additional use that has not been
described in Chapter 1.8 constitutes improper use. The
user bears the sole responsibility for any risk involved.
The manufacturer's warranty will be voided by:
• damage caused by other use and improper use
• use with defective parts
• unauthorized modifications to the opener
• modifications and non-approved programming of the
opener and its components
The door must not be part of a fire protection system,
an evacuation path or an emergency exit that automatically closes the door in the event of fire. Installation of the
opener will prevent automatic closing.
Observe the local building regulations.
The opener may not be used in:
• areas with explosion hazard
• very salty air
• aggressive atmosphere, including chlorine
1.10 Qualifications of personnel
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medications that can influence their ability to react may not work
on the opener.
See www.sommer-usa.com for:
• handover protocol for the opener
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Qualified specialist for installation, commissioning
and disassembly
This installation and operating manual must be read,
understood and complied with by a qualified specialist
who installs or performs maintenance on the opener.
Work on the electrical system and live parts may be performed only by a trained electrician.
The installation, commissioning and disassembly of the
opener may only be performed by a qualified specialist.
A qualified specialist is a person commissioned by the
installer.
The qualified specialist must instruct the user:
• on the operation of the opener and its dangers
• on the handling of the emergency release
• on regular maintenance which the user can execute
The user must be informed that other users must be
instructed on the operation of the opener, its dangers as
well as the emergency release.
The user must be informed about which work must only
be performed by a qualified specialist:
• installation
• settings
• regular maintenance
• repairs
This installation and operating manual must be given to
the user.
1.11 User
The user must note that the installation and operating
manual for the door system must be given to him/her.
The user is responsible for:
• the intended use of the opener
• its good condition
• operation
• instructing all users how to use the door system and
in the associated hazards
• care and maintenance
• inspection and maintenance by a qualified specialist
• troubleshooting in case of faults by a qualified specialist
The user must keep this installation and operating
manual ready for consultation in the vicinity of the door
system.
The opener must not be used by children or persons with
restricted physical, sensory or mental capacity or who
lack experience and knowledge. All users must be specially instructed and have read and understood the installation and operating manual.
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Children must never play with or use the opener, even
under supervision. Children must be kept clear of the
opener. Transmitters or other control devices must never
be given to children.
The user will observe the accident prevention regulations
and the applicable standards in Germany. In other countries, the user must comply with the applicable national
regulations.
The guideline “Technical regulations for workplaces
ASR A1.7” of the German committee for workplaces
(ASTA) is applicable for commercial use. The guidelines described must be observed and complied with.
This applies for the use in Germany. In other countries the user must comply with the applicable national
regulations.
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2. General safety instructions
2.1 Basic safety instructions for
operation
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
The opener must not be used by children or persons with
restricted physical, sensory or mental capacity or who
lack experience and knowledge. All users must be specially instructed and have read and understood the installation and operating manual.
Children must never play with or use the opener, even
under supervision. Children must be kept clear of the
opener. Transmitters or other control devices must never
be given to children.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury or death.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► Installation, testing and replacement of
electrical components may only be carried out by an electrician.
►► The opener must be disconnected from
the power supply before working on the
opener.
►► If a battery pack is used, it must be
disconnected.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
DANGER
Danger due to use of the opener
with incorrect setting or when it
is in need of repair!
DANGER
Danger of hazardous substances!
Improper storage, use or disposal of accumulators, batteries and opener components are dangerous for the health of
humans and animals. Serious injury or
death may result.
►► Accumulators and batteries must be
stored out of the reach of children and
animals.
►► Keep batteries and accumulators away
from chemical, mechanical and thermal
influences.
►► Do not recharge batteries.
►► Old batteries, old accumulators and
opener components may not be
disposed of with household waste.
They must be disposed of properly.
DANGER
Danger of entrapment!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
►► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
►► Faults must be repaired without delay.
WARNING
Danger due to projecting parts!
Door leaves or other parts must not
protrude into roads or public pathways.
This also applies while the door is moving.
Persons or animals may be seriously
injured.
►► Parts must not project into roads or
public footpaths.
If the opener is used despite incorrect
settings or if it is in need of repair, severe injury or death may result.
►► The opener may only be used with
the required settings and in the proper
state.
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WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
Actuating the emergency release can
lead to uncontrolled door movement if
• springs are weakened or broken.
• the door has not been optimally
weight-balanced.
Falling parts may cause a hazard. Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Check the weight balance of the door at
regular intervals.
►► Pay attention to the movement of the
door when the emergency release is
actuated.
►► Keep clear of the movement area of the
door.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Keep clear of the moving door.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
NOTE
The carriage is supplied with safety low
voltage via the chain and the track.
The use of oil or grease will greatly reduce
the conductivity of the chain, track and
carriage. This may result in faults due to
inadequate electrical contact.
The chain and track are maintenance-free
and must not be oiled or greased.
NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
2.2 Additional safety information for
the radio remote control
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
WARNING
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage is running along
the track.
►► Dot not drive through the door until it
has been fully opened.
►► Store the transmitter so that accidental
operation, e.g., by children or animals,
is impossible.
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Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by radio.
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► The radio remote control may be used
only if the door's movement can be
viewed directly.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Store the transmitter so that accidental
operation, e.g., by children or animals,
is impossible.
NOTE
If the door is not in view and the radio
remote control is actuated, objects in the
movement area of the door may be jammed
and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
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2. General safety instructions
The user of the radio system is not protected from faults
due to other telecommunications equipment or devices.
This includes radio-controlled systems that are licensed
to operate in the same frequency range. If significant
interference occurs, please contact your appropriate telecommunications office which has radio interference measuring equipment or radiolocation equipment.
For the Declaration of Conformity for the radio, see:
www.sommer-usa.com
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3. Description of function and product
3.1 The opener and its mode of operation
Fig. Door structure with opener
Sectional doors and other types of doors can be opened
and closed with the electrically powered opener and
its available accessories. The opener can be controlled
with a transmitter.
The track is mounted on the ceiling and the lintel above
the garage door. The carriage is attached to the door
by a push arm. The carriage moves along the track on a
spring-mounted chain and opens or closes the door. The
transmitter can be stored in a holder in the garage or in
the vehicle.
A plug-in light for the ceiling control unit is available as an
accessory. It is automatically activated during operation.
For more information on using the opener with different types of doors or accessories, contact your qualified
dealer.
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3.2 Safety equipment
The opener stops and reverses slightly if it encounters an
obstacle. This prevents injury and damage to property.
The door will be partially or completely opened, depending on the setting.
If the power fails, the door can be opened from the inside
by an emergency release or from the outside with a
Bowden wire or emergency release lock. For more information, ask your qualified dealer.
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3. Description of function and product
3.3 Product designation
3.4 Explanation of symbols in the
installation and operating manual
Tool symbols
These symbols refer to the use of tools required for
installation.
Philips screwdriver
1
2
Wood drill 1/4”
Fig. Motor carriage with labels (1, 2)
Wrench 1/2”, 3/8”
The following labels are attached to the motor carriage:
Warning label (1)
Type label (2) with the following information:
• exact type designation
Ratchet driver 1/2”, 3/8”
• item number
• date of manufacture with month and year
Other symbols
• serial number
In case of questions or service, please supply the exact
type designation, the date of manufacture and the serial
number.
Drilling depth
“clic”
Audible locking noise or click
Abb. Control unit with labels
The label on the control unit provides more information
about the connections.
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3. Description of function and product
3.5 Product contents
5
4
1
6
2.1
7
2
8
9
10
11
3
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
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Fig. Product contents for the opener
1) Ceiling control unit
13) 2 pins with locking c-clip for door arms
2) Track, pre-assembled with 1 x limit stop, chain and
carriage
14) Emergency release handle
2.1) Isolator, pre-assembled on the chain
3) Connecting sleeve, 2x
4) Track, 2x
5) Chain tensioner, pre-assembled
6) Ceiling bracket, 2-parts
7) Ceiling bracket hardware
8) 2 bolts M8 x 20 (wrench size 1/2") with 2 self-locking
nuts M8 (wrench size 1/2")
9) Door arm
10) Curved door arm
11) Header bracket and pin with 2 locking c-clips
15) Door bracket
16) 4 self-drilling screws 1/4" (wrench size 3/8") for the
door bracket
17) Transmitter, preprogrammed, with visor clip, packaged separately
18) Warning label
19) Warning label for emergency release
20) Installation and operating manual
When unpacking, make sure that all items are included in
the packages. If anything is missing, contact your qualified dealer.
The actual content may vary depending on the
specifications.
12) 2 screws 8 x 60 mm (wrench size 1/2") and 2 washers 5/16" for the attachment to the header
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3. Description of function and product
3.6 Product contents for safety sensor
kit
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1
4
3
2
6
7
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Fig. Product contents for safety sensor kit
1) 2 wires, length 32' 9" (10 m)
2) 1 transmitter safety sensor (green sticker)
3) 1 receiver safety sensor (red sticker)
4) 1 mounting bracket left
5) 1 mounting bracket right
6) 2 wing nuts M6
7) 2 carriage bolts M6
8) 4 screws 3/8”
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3.7 Dimensions
140.80 (3558)
10.71
(272)
25
(3
.8
0
12
3.30
(84)
4.37
(111)
)
1.18
(30)
3.19
(81)
9.69
(246)
5.67
(144)
68.40
(1740)
<108.27
(< 2750)
5.55
(141)
Fig. All dimensions are in inches (mm)
3.8 Technical data
2060 evo+
Rated voltage
60 Hz
40
40 %
< 59 dBA – opener only
NEMA1, IP21
Protection class
Max. door height with extensions
Speed *
Max. traction and pressure force
2110 evo+
AC 120 V
Rated frequency
Number of programmable remote buttons
Duty cycle
Emission value according to operating
environment
IP code
Standard door height
2080 evo+
class 2
7' and 8' doors (< 2,750 mm)
24 ft. (up to 2 x 3.59 ft., 3 x 3.59 ft., 4 x 3.59 ft.)
(7.10 m / up to 2 x 1096 mm, 3 x 1096 mm, 4 x 1096 mm)
4.7 inch/sec. (120
9.4 inch/sec. (240 mm/s)
8.3 inch/sec. (210 mm/s)
mm/s)
600 N (0.75 HP)
800 N (1 HP)
1100 N (1.25 HP)
Max. current consumption **
Power consumption on power-saving
mode
1.0 A
1.3 A
1.5 A
<1W
* Depending on door and the operating conditions
** Values apply without lighting
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3. Description of function and product
3.9 Information about transmitter
The standard version includes 2 transmitters with batteries. The radio frequency for the transmitters is 915 MHz.
3.10 Door types and accessories
Door type
Accessories
One piece door
No accessories
required
Sectional door
with one track
No accessories
required
WARNING
Danger due to battery!
If swallowed, it could cause severe injury or death in just 2 hours.
►► Store batteries in a safe place.
►► Seek medical attention immediately.
See also the separate installation and operating manual
for the transmitter.
Radio Operation Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on. The user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Sectional door
with low headroom
Custom fittings are not included in the product contents.
For more information on accessories such as track extensions, additional locking mechanism, custom fittings or
different transmitters, contact your qualified dealer or see:
www.sommer-usa.com
• Increase the distance between the equipment and
the receiver
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
• Consult the qualified dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help
INFORMATION
Battery Notice
►► Always purchase the correct size and
grade of battery most suitable for the
intended use.
►► Clean the battery contacts and also
those of the device prior to battery
installation.
►► Remove batteries from equipment which
is not to be used for an extended period
of time.
►► Remove batteries if spent or if product
is to be left unused for a long time.
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4.1 Required tools and personal
protective equipment
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
►► Wear safety gloves for work such as
deburring.
Wear your personal protective equipment. This includes
safety glasses, safety gloves and a safety helmet.
1/2“
3/8“
1/4“
3/16“
1/2“
Fig. Recommended tools and personal protective equipment
for installation
You will require the tools shown above to assemble and
install the opener. Lay out the required tools beforehand
to ensure fast and safe installation.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
►► Wear safety glasses when drilling.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
►► Wear a safety helmet when installing
suspended parts.
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5. Installation
5.1 IMPORTANT
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Please observe and comply with all instructions to ensure
a safe installation.
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medications that can influence their ability to react may not work
on the opener.
The opener may only be installed by a qualified specialist. This installation and operating manual must be read,
understood and complied with by the qualified specialist
who installs the opener.
WARNING
WARNING – To reduce the risk of severe injury
or death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Install only on a properly balanced garage door.
An improperly balanced door has the potential to
inflict severe injury. Have a qualified service technician make repairs to cables, spring assemblies, and
other hardware before installing the opener.
3. Remove all ropes and remove or make inoperative
all locks connected to the garage door before installing opener.
4. Where possible, install the door opener 7 feet or
more above the floor. For products equipped with an
emergency release, mount the emergency release
within reach, but at least 6 feet above the floor and
avoiding contact with vehicles to avoid accidental
release.
5. For products equipped with a manual release,
instruct the end user on the operation of the manual
release.
6. Do not connect the opener to source of power until
instructed to do so.
7. Locate the control button: (a) within sight of door, (b)
at a minimum height of 5 feet so small children are
not able to reach it, and (c) away from all moving
parts of the door.
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8. Install the Entrapment Warning Label next to the
control button in a prominent location. Install the
Emergency Release Marking. Attach the marking on
or next to the emergency release.
9. After installing the opener, the door must reverse
when it contacts a 1-1/2-inch high object (or a 2 by 4
board laid flat) on the floor.
10. “WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury to persons –
only enable the unattended operation function when
installed with a sectional door.”
WARNING
There is a possible risk of injury or death if a
door does not fulfill the following conditions.
The opener may only be installed when the following installation requirements and installation
dimensions are met.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury or death.
DANGER
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
►► Ensure that ladders are safely positioned.
DANGER
Danger of entrapment!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot
free themselves, severe injury or death
may result.
►► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
►► A second entrance, a release lock for
unlocking from the outside must be
installed!
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WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
If a door is incorrectly balanced, springs
may break suddenly. Falling door parts
may cause serious injury or death.
►► The door must be stable.
►► The door must not bend, rotate or twist
when opening and closing.
►► The door must move easily in its tracks.
WARNING
Danger due to falling ceiling and
wall parts!
The opener cannot be installed correctly if ceiling and walls are unstable
or if unsuitable fastening materials are
used. Persons or animals may be struck
by falling parts of the wall, ceiling or
opener. Severe injuries or death may
result.
►► Walls and ceiling must be stable.
►► Only use permissible fastening materials appropriate for the supporting
surface.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Loose clothing or long hair may be
trapped by moving parts of the door.
Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Keep clear of the moving door.
►► Wear tight-fitting clothing.
►► Wear a hairnet over long hair.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the the carriage is running
along the track.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
WARNING
Danger of tripping and falling!
Unsafely positioned parts such as packaging, opener parts or tools may cause
trips or falls.
►► Keep unnecessary items away from the
installation area.
►► Place all parts where no persons are
likely to trip or fall over them.
►► General workplace guidelines must be
observed.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
►► Wear safety glasses when drilling.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
►► You must wear a safety helmet when
installing suspended parts.
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CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
►► Wear safety gloves when deburring.
≥ 2"
(50.8 mm)
≥ 6'
≥ 7'
(1828.8 mm)
(2133.6 mm)
NOTE
If the ceiling and walls are not stable, parts
of the ceiling and wall or the opener may
fall. Objects may be damaged.
Ceiling and walls must be stable.
NOTE
To prevent damage to the door or opener,
use only approved fastening materials
such as wall plugs or screws.
The fasteners must match the material of
the ceiling and walls.
This applies particularly for prefabricated
garages.
INFORMATION
Ask your qualified dealer if you require additional installation accessories for different installation or attachment situations.
5.2 Installation requirements
The installation of the opener cannot compensate for a
poorly installed or defective installation of the door. Only
install the opener on a correctly aligned and easy-running
door. Ask your qualified dealer for advice. An improperly
aligned door can cause serious injury. The door must be
stable, i.e. when opening and closing, it must not bow,
sag or twist because high operational forces act on the
door during opening and closing. Reinforce lighter doors
made out of plastic or aluminum if necessary prior to the
installation. Ask your qualified dealer for advice.
In all other cases, no additional weight-increasing parts
may be attached to the door system or the opener. This
can lead to dangerous situations such as, for example,
breaking of the door mechanics or overloading the
opener.
The opener may only be installed in dry indoor rooms
where there is no risk of explosion. The installation location must be protected against dust and splashed water.
The opener may not be installed in areas that have an
aggressive climate. Walls and ceiling must be solid and
stable.
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Abb. Distance to the vehicle
WARNING
Danger of being pulled in!
If the opener is not mounted at an adequate height, persons or animals within
the movement range of the door may be
caught up and dragged along. Serious
or fatal injury may result.
►► The opener must be mounted at a
height of at least 7” (2.13 m).
►► There must be a distance of at least
6 feet (1.83 m) between the emergency
release cord and the floor and a distance of 2” (50 mm) between the emergency release cord and vehicles.
Attach the opener at a height of at least 7’ (1,83 m) above
the floor and a minimum distance of 2" (50 mm) to the
vehicle including all attached vehicle accessories such as
a roof rack etc.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► Installation, testing and replacement of
electrical components may only be carried out by an electrician.
►► Do not connect the opener to the
mains voltage until installation has been
completed.
The opener must not be connected to the main power
supply until installation has been completed, see chapter
“9.1 Connection to a power outlet”.
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5.3 Preparation for installation
Checking mechanical and weight compensation
Removal of actuation parts
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
WARNING
Wire ropes, spring sets or other
fittings may break suddenly.
Persons or animals may be struck by
falling parts of the door. Severe injuries
or death may result.
►► Wire ropes, spring sets and other door
fittings must be inspected by qualified
persons before installation.
►► Malfunctions or defects must be eliminated before installing the opener.
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals may be trapped
by straps or cords and pulled into the
movement zone of the door. Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Remove straps and cords used for mechanical actuation of the door.
Before installation, remove:
• All cords or straps necessary to operate the door by
hand.
Disabling mechanical locks
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
NOTE
If the force setting is too high, persons
or animals in the movement area of the
door may be trapped and pulled along
with the door. Severe injuries or death
may result.
►► The force setting is relevant to safety
and must be carefully checked and if
necessary adjusted by qualified specialists.
If locks or other locking systems are
installed on a mechanical door, they may
block the opener. This may cause faults to
or damage the opener.
Before the installation of the opener, all
mechanical locking systems must be disabled.
The mechanical lock on a door with an opener must
be removed or disabled if it is not compatible with the
opener.
One-piece door
Depending on the design of the door, it may be possible
to open it approx. 2" (50 mm) by hand. Spring catches
can be installed to prevent this. Spring catches also lock
the door to the opener.
The spring catches are connected to the opener by a lock
set. When the door is opened, the spring catches are
unlocked first and then the opener opens the door.
Use the upgrade set depending on the type of installation. For more information on the upgrade set, contact
your qualified dealer or see:
www.sommer-usa.com
NOTE
If the weight compensation of the door is
incorrectly adjusted, the opener may be
damaged.
• The door must be stable.
• It must not bend, rotate or twist when
opening and closing.
• The door must move easily in its tracks.
1. Check the mechanism of the door, such as wire
cables, spring sets and other fittings.
Fig. 2
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2. Open door halfway.
⇒⇒ The door must remain in this position.
⇒⇒ The door must be moved easily by hand and must
be balanced.
If the door moves upwards or downwards by itself, the
weight compensation of the door must be adjusted.
5.4 Installation of the opener system
The opener may only be installed if the installation
requirements and dimensions are correct.
NOTE
Specify the position for mounting the opener on the door. Manually open and close
the door several times. The door must be
moved easily.
The values are applicable for the entire life
of the door. The door must also be maintained and inspected as specified by the
door manufacturer.
Emergency release
In a garage without a separate entrance (e.g. wicket
doors), the opener's emergency release must be operable from outside. The emergency release must be routed
to be accessible from the outside. This can be done with
an emergency release lock. Ask your qualified dealer.
Fig. 1
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough metal parts may cause abrasions
and cuts when picked up or touched.
►► Wear safety gloves when working with
unfinished metal parts.
1. Open the package.
Place the two cartons in the package beside the
tracks and open them.
Check the product contents listed in this installation
and operating manual.
“clic”
“clic”
Fig. 2
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2. Remove the two connecting sleeves beside the carriage and attach to the track on the left and right.
Fig. 6
6. Slide the chain tensioner into the opposite side of the
track.
Fig. 3
3. Attach a track to each connecting sleeve.
90°
90°
Fig. 7
Fig. 4
NOTE
4. Slide the ceiling control unit into the track behind the
limit stop.
Lay the chain over the limit stop.
The chain must be parallel to the track to
prevent damage to the opener.
90°
7. Rotate the chain 90° and insert it into the chain
holder of the chain tensioner.
Rotate the chain back 90°.
⇒⇒ The entire chain is attached.
1/2“
90°
Fig. 5
5. Rotate the chain 90° and insert it into the chain
holder of the ceiling control unit.
Rotate the chain back 90°.
Fig. 8
8. Tension the chain to the mark on the chain tensioner
(see arrow in the detailed view).
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5.5 Attachment to the door
X
X
1
> 3/16”
> 1 3/8”
1
Fig. 9
9. Take the ceiling bracket apart. Set each bracket
against the track and slide the brackets. Turn the
track to install the ceiling bracket.
The distance between the ceiling control unit and the
ceiling holder should be 4” - 28" (100 - 700 mm).
⇒⇒ The track is prepared for the remainder of the
installation.
Fig. 1.1 Highest point for a one-piece door
X = Door’s highest position
1. Open the door and measure the distance between
the top edge of the door and the ceiling where the
clearance is the smallest. This point is called the
door’s highest position. This distance must be at
least 1-3/8" (35 mm). The distance between this
point and the lower edge track (1) must amount to at
least 3/16" (5 mm).
If the clearance is less, the opener must be moved
back and a longer push rod must be attached.
Please ask your qualified dealer.
> 3/16''
X
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
2. Close the door.
Determine the door’s center point and mark this on
the header as a vertical guide line.
Where needed, an auxiliary construction must be
mounted.
3. Determine the horizontal guide line for the header
bracket and mark it. It must be at least 1-3/8"
(35 mm) from the door’s highest position (X).
4. Center the header bracket on the vertical guideline
and mark the horizontal set of bracket holes.
5. Drill two 1/4" pilot holes at the marked mounting
points on the header (lintel). Pay attention to the
material strength of the header.
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6. Fasten the bracket securely to the header with the
hardware provided.
NOTE
The opener must always be installed parallel to the tracks or the door to prevent damage to the opener and the tracks.
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½
½
10. Align the opener parallel to the tracks of the door.
Use the carton from the ceiling control unit to prevent
scratches.
DANGER
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
Fig. 7
7. Open the door.
Transfer the mark from the center of the door to the
ceiling.
11. Raise the opener onto a ladder. You will need help at
this point if the ladder is not tall enough.
12. Open the door all the way and rest the opener on the
top section.
4" - 28"
(100 mm - 700 mm)
Fig. 8
8. Close the door.
Position the opener on the garage floor below the
header bracket. Have someone hold the opener if
spring is in the way.
9. Slide the track into the header bracket and secure
with the pin (1). Attach locking c-clips (2) to secure.
Fig. 13
13. Align the track parallel to center of the door at the
rear.
Align the ceiling bracket.
The distance between the ceiling control unit and the
ceiling holder should be 4” - 28" (100 - 700 mm).
Check the alignment of the track with a spirit level if
necessary.
1/2"
Fig. 10
Fig. 14
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14. On finished ceilings, attach a sturdy metal bracket to
structural supports before installing the opener. This
bracket and fastening hardware are not provided.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
15. Measure the distance from the ceiling bracket to the
structural support.
Persons or animals in the movement area of the door may be trapped in a loop
of the emergency release handle and
the door may be accidentally unlocked.
Severe injuries or death may result.
►► The included emergency release handle
must be used.
16. Cut two pieces of the hanging bracket to required
lengths.
17. Attach one end of each hanging bracket to the support mounted to the ceiling.
18. Attach the other end of each hanging bracket to the
ceiling bracket.
NOTE
The emergency release handle may cause
damage, e.g. scratches on the vehicle.
The distance between the garage floor and
the emergency release cord must be less
then 6' (1,8 m).
The emergency release handle must be at
least 2" (50 mm) from moving and fixed
parts throughout its complete path.
Abb. 19
19. Connect the ceiling holders to the ceiling with suitable fastening material.
⇒⇒ The track is attached to the ceiling.
20. Attach the emergency release handle to the emergency release cord.
Tie a knot at the end of the cord.
Tie another knot over the first one to produce one big
knot. Push the emergency release handle towards
the knot.
Shorten the cord if necessary.
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough, projecting metal parts may
cause abrasions and cuts when picked
up or touched.
►► Projecting perforated strips must be
sawn off and smoothed to prevent injury.
►► Wear safety gloves when deburring.
“clic”
Fig. 21
21. Pull the emergency release handle once to unlock
the carriage.
Slide the carriage forward to the door.
Close the door.
< 1,8 m
2x
Fig. 20
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1/2"
Fig. 22
Fig. 23
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
►► Wear a safety helmet when installing
suspended parts.
Fig. 26
26. Slide the curved door arm (1) into the door arm (2)
and secure with two bolts 3/8" (3) and two self-locking nuts 3/8" (4).
Tighten the nuts using a 1/2" open-end wrench.
While tightening, hold the screws in place using a
second 1/2" open-end wrench. Basic position of the
screw arrangement, see graphic. The length of the
door arm can be adjusted if necessary.
22. Align the door bracket (1) to the center of the door
(guide line) and the top section of the door and mark
four mounting points.
23. Attach the door bracket (1) with four self-drilling
screws 1/4" (2) using a 3/8" wrench.
Fig. 27
NOTE
The door must not rub on the opener
or tracks. This could damage the opener
or tracks.
The opener must be offset.
Fig. 24
Fig. 25
24. Attach the curved door arm (1) to the door
bracket (2). Guide the bolt, (3) through the hole in
the door bracket and in the curved door arm and
secure with the locking c-clip (4).
27. Open the door completely by hand.
⇒⇒ The limit stop automatically moves with the carriage.
25. Attach the door arm (5) to the motor carriage (6). The
open side of the door arm must be facing towards
the ceiling. Guide the bolt (7) through the holes in
the motor carriage and the door arm. Secure with the
locking c-clip (8).
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INFORMATION
It can be locked and released in any door
position.
29. Move door to center position.
⇒⇒ The carriage moves with it.
30. Pull the emergency release handle.
⇒⇒ Carriage is locked.
⇒⇒ The door can only be moved by the opener.
WARNING
Fig. 28
Danger due to projecting parts!
NOTE
Do not push the door to the mechanical
stop. This is because the opener will pull
the door against the mechanical stop. This
will apply tension to the door and it may be
damaged.
A clearance of 1.18" (30 mm) is required.
Door wings or other parts must not project into roads or public footpaths. This
also applies while the door is moving.
This may cause serious injury or
death to persons or animals.
►► Parts must not project into roads or public footpaths.
⇒⇒ The door opener is completely assembled.
INFORMATION
Alternatively, the limit stop can be pushed
under the chain and clamped into the track
later.
28. Tighten the screw on the limit stop with a phillips
screwdriver without changing its position.
Check the door OPEN end position:
Open the door fully for this. The carriage moves to
the door OPEN position on the limit stop until a click
noise is heard.
⇒⇒ The door OPEN end position is set.
“clic”
Fig. 29
Fig. 30
NOTE
In case of an emergency release, the door
may independently open or close itself due
to a broken spring or incorrect setting of
the weight balancing.
The opener could be damaged or destroyed.
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6. Connection and special functions of the ceiling
control unit
6.1 Cover of the ceiling control unit
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► All work on electrical components may
only be carried out by an electrician.
►► The opener must be disconnected from
the power supply before working on it.
►► If a battery pack is used, it must be
disconnected.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
Fig. 2
NOTE
If there is a battery pack in the cover of
the ceiling control unit, remove the cover
carefully. Disconnect the battery pack plug
from the pcb.
The battery pack is disconnected in the
cover.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation, parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
2. Unscrew and remove the cover from the ceiling control unit.
Deinstalling the cover of the control unit
< 68.40“
(1740 mm)
Fig. 3
3. If a battery pack is used, unscrew the cover carefully.
Disconnect the battery pack plug from the pcb.
Remove the cover with the disconnected battery
pack.
Installing the cover of the ceiling control unit
Fig. 1
1. Disconnect the opener from the main power supply.
Check that the opener is disconnected from the
power supply.
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1. After working on the ceiling control unit replace the
cover in reverse order.
Connect the opener to the main power supply.
Check that the power supply is connected.
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6. Connection and special functions of the ceiling
control unit
6.2 Ceiling control unit pcb
3
4
KEYPAD
ON
S1
4
12
1
2
1
1234
SOMMER
ACCU
COM
11
Antriebs- u.
FunktechnikGmb
GT-G-1
PCxxxxxxx
Signal
N`
Light
gn
rt
+
10
-
9
N
L
~ 24 V AC
L`
8
6
7
5
Fig. Ceiling control unit pcb
Connection options to the ceiling control unit
1
DIP switches
7
Terminal, 2-pin
24 V AC transformer secondary side
2
ACCU slot
8
pcb label
9
Terminal, 2-pin
Terminal for battery pack
3
Slot, keypad, black
Terminal for the button connector cable of the
pro+ wall control unit
4
5
Slot
Terminal for relay
Terminal, 2-pin
chain and track, 24 V AC
10
11
power supply
Light slot, white
terminal for Lumi+ supplementary lighting
Terminal, 2-pin
safety sensors
120 V AC 50/60 Hz
6
Terminal, 2-pin
transformer primary side
12
Terminal, 2-pin
wall station or wall button
120 V AC 50/60 Hz
The version can vary depending on the type. This means the use of accessories can vary.
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6.3 Connection options to the ceiling
control unit
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by a button.
Persons who cannot see the door and
are in the range of movement of the
mechanism or the closing edges may be
injured by crushing or shearing.
►► Only install the switch in view of the
door.
►► Do not press the button unless the door
is in view.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation, parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
NOTE
Never lay the control cable along a power
line, as this could cause interference in the
control unit. Note the length of the control
cable and install it correctly.
INFORMATION
The control unit detects a short-circuit
between chain and track and then switches
the opener off.
INFORMATION
Control or regulating units in a fixed position must be mounted within sight of the
door at a height of at least 5' (1.53 m).
INFORMATION
The power cable is approx. 5.7' (174 m)
long.
INFORMATION
The maximum cable length for connected
accessories is 82' (25 m).
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pcb section
Function/application example
INFORMATION
If a safety eye is used, it must not be actuated when starting the programming.
If a safety eye is used as a frame safety
eye, move the door to the center position.
BATTERY slot
ACCU
Terminal for battery pack
1
KEYPAD
Slot, black (only for typ pro+)
Terminal for the button connector
cable of the wall control unit
PAD
switching capacity
1
4
Slot for relay
max: 5 A/120 V AC
6.4 Setting the DIP switches on the
carriage
Special functions can be set up with the DIP switches
on the ceiling control unit.
All DIP switches are set to OFF by default.
max: 5 A/24 V DC
N`
L`
N
L
NOTE
Terminal, 2-pin
Do not use a metal object to set the DIP
switches, because this may damage the
DIP switches or the pcb.
Use a suitable tool to set the DIP switches,
such as a flat plastic object.
power supply
120 V AC 50/60 Hz
N`
L`
N
L
Terminal, 2-pin
transformer primary side
120 V AC 50/60 Hz
~ 24 V AC
L`
Terminal, 2-pin
24 V AC transformer secondary
side
DIP switches on
the ceiling control
unit
1
1234
Terminal, 2-pin
chain and track, 24 V AC
gn
ON
rt
+
-
2
+24
Light
gn
+
Light slot, white
slot for Lumi+ supplementary
lighting
Terminal for
1234
3
2-wire safety sensors
1
any polarity
COM
Terminal, 2-pin
wall station or button 2
1
potential-free
ON
1234
4
Signal
ON
ON
ON
OFF
•Button 1
defined door
OPEN
•Button 2
defined door
CLOSE
•T1 pulse sequence
•T2 partial
opening
•Warning light
lights during
door movement and if
the door is not
closed *
•Warning light
flashes while
door is moving.
•Continuous
power to the
complete system active
•Power-saving
mode active
•No function
•No function
1234
* Door status display
COM
Signal
The version can vary depending on the type. This means the
use of accessories can vary.
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6.5 Installing the safety sensors
Please observe and comply with all instructions to ensure
a safe installation.
6.6 Installation requirements and
dimensions
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► Installation, testing and replacement of
electrical components may only be carried out by an electrician.
►► The opener must be disconnected from
the power supply before working on the
opener.
►► If a battery pack is used, it must be
disconnected.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
►► Only connect the safety sensors to the
opener terminals in the control unit.
►► Some local construction ordinances do
not allow an on-wall installation of wires.
Please check with your local building
inspector.
OP
ST
20'
< 20’
1"
1"
Fig. Installation of safety sensors
DANGER
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the assembly conditions are not complied with during installation, malfunctions and error messages may result
when the safety sensors is operated.
This may result in serious injury or even
death.
The following assembly conditions must be
complied with:
►► Select an installation location outside
the range of the operator and door
mechanism.
►► Comply with all specified installation
conditions and installation dimensions.
NOTE
Fig. Test the safety sensors
The safety sensors kit safeguards the door. If the safety
sensors are breached, the door’s closing procedure is
stopped. If the door stops during closing because of the
safety sensors, it subsequently opens completely.
The opener only functions with the connected safety sensors kit. Product contents see “3.6 Product contents for
safety sensor kit.”
If the following installation conditions and
installation dimensions are not observed,
malfunctions and error messages may
result.
All specifications for installation of the
safety sensors must be complied with.
NOTE
Never route the cable connection between
the safety sensors and the control unit
along a power supply line. This can cause
the control unit to malfunction. Observe
the length of the connection cable between
safety sensors and control unit. Route the
cable firmly.
The safety sensors must be correctly connected and
aligned before the garage door opener will move in the
downward direction.
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Do not mount the safety sensors in the area of the moving garage door. Mount at least 1" (25 mm) away from it.
The distance between the transmitter and receiver of the
safety sensors set can range up to a maximum of 20'
(6.10 m).
The distance from the floor must be selected so that an
obstacle of 6" (152 mm) hight can be reliably detected.
This corresponds to a distance of 2" (50 mm) from the
bottom edge of the installation bracket to the floor.
The safety sensors kit consists of a transmitter (green
sticker) and a receiver (red sticker). Mount one safety
sensor to the left and one to the right of the door. As a
general rule, it does not matter which safety sensor is
installed on the left or on the right side.
If the safety sensors are exposed to direct sunlight, the
receiver (red sticker) should be installed on the side facing away from the sun.
2. Hold the mounting bracket (1) to the wall and mark
the mounting points. The distance from the bottom edge of the installation bracket to the floor is 2"
(50 mm). The height and angle of the bracket can be
adjusted through the slotted holes (2).
3. Drill holes for the screws. (3).
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
►► Wear safety glasses when drilling.
4. Screw in two screws (3).
For garages with multiple doors (top view)
1
2
3
4
6
1
4.
5
Fig. 5
Fig. Installation on multiple doors
Install the safety sensors as shown in the diagram.
A = receiver (red sticker), B = transmitter (green sticker).
In this way, the safety sensors cannot influence each
other through stray light.
6.7 Installation
Ø 3/16”
5. Pre-attach the carriage bolt M6 (1) and the wing
nut M6 (2) to the mounting bracket (3).
6. Slide the transmitter (4) over the head of the carriage
bolt M6 (1) and tighten the wing nut M6 (2). The position of the safety sensors can be adjusted through
the slotted holes (5).
7. Mount the receiver on the opposite side in the same
way.
3/4”
8. Run the two sets of wires (6) from the safety sensors
to the ceiling control unit.
2
9. Use staples to keep wires in place.
3
2”
1
10. Connect to control unit.
1
Fig. 1
1. Look for a suitable installation position for the mounting bracket (1) inside the garage to the left and the
right of the door.
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6.8 Connection of the safety sensors
The 2-wire safety sensors from SOMMER must be connected to the ceiling control unit. Initial operation is not
possible without the safety sensors. The safety sensors
are automatically detected during initial operation.
INFORMATION
During initial operation, the safety sensors
must not be actuated or the sensors interrupted by persons or objects.
Fig: Terminal block for the 2-wire safety sensors
COM
TX
RX
Signal
6.9 Information on the wall station
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be operated via the wall
station.
If there are persons standing in the
movement area of the door when the
door moves, there is a danger of crush
and shear injuries at the mechanism and
the closing edges of the door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of
the door.
►► The wall station must be mounted at a
height of at least 5 feet to ensure that
children cannot operate the wall station.
►► Children must not be allowed to operate
the wall station/the opener.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage is running along
the track.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
2 9/16“
65,09 mm
Fig: Connecting diagramm for the 2-wire safety sensors
1. Connect one wire of the transmitter to terminal
(COM) and the other to terminal (Signal).
2. Connect one wire of the receiver to terminal (COM)
and the other wire to terminal (Signal).
5 1/16“
127 mm
11/16“
17,46 mm
3. Check the function after connecting the 2-wire safety
sensors.
Fig: Dimensions of the wall station
Never run the wires between the wall station and the
opener along an on-site power wire, as this can cause
malfunctions in the opener controls.
Choose an easily accessible location in the garage for
the wall station installation. The distance to the floor must
be at least 5.25' (1.60 m) so that children cannot reach
the wall station.
Select the mounting location:
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• outside of the range of motion of the door and
opener mechanics
• so the user can see the door directly
• when operating the wall station, the user can remain outside of the range of motion of the door and
opener mechanics
• on a flat surface
6.10 Installation and connection on the
wall station
The wall station is generally mounted directly to the wall.
Using the supplied mounting screws, it can be mounted
to wooden or drywall subsurfaces.
See also the separate installation and operating manual
for the wall station.
Connection in the wall station
Fig. 2
2. Insert the screw 1/8" x 1.2" (1) far enough
(approx. 1/8") so the housing (2) will hang on the
wall.
3. For drywall installation using drill with a 3/16"
masonry bit, drill two holes and insert two
anchors 3/16".
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
Chips flying when drilling may cause
serious injuries to eyes and hands.
►► Wear safety glasses when drilling.
Fig. 1
1. Strip off approx. 3/8" (10 mm) of insulation from the
wire ends.
4. Run the cable through one of the holes, located on
the sides or the top of the housing.
Connection of the wall station to the control unit
2. Unscrew the screws 1/8" x 3/8" (2) so that the wire
ends can be wrapped around.
Wrap both stripped wire ends around the screws (2).
It does not matter which wire is wrapped around
which screw (polarity-proof connection).
3. Tighten both screws 1/8" x 3/8" (2) and check if the
wire ends are held firmly.
Mounting to a wall
1. Select and mark the upper mounting point.
Fig. 1
1. Clip out the cover (1) with a small screwdriver or by
pushing it out from the rear.
2. Hang the housing (2) and attach it with the 6/32 x 1"
screws (3).
3. Fit the cover in on the left side (1) and click it in on
the right side (2).
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Opening, closing and stopping the door
1. Press the button (1) to open and close.
⇒⇒ The door opens or closes depending on the starting position.
2. Press the button (1) during the opening or closing
process.
⇒⇒ The door stops:
3. Press the button (1) again.
⇒⇒ The door moves into the respective starting position.
Fig. 4
4. Run the wire from the wall station to the ceiling
control unit and secure with suitable material (i.e.
staples).
1
Turning the lighting on and off
The button (2) lights up green when the wall station is
ready for operation and the operator is not locked.
1. Press the button (2).
⇒⇒ Operator lighting switched on
2. Pressing the button (2) again switches the operator
lighting back off.
⇒⇒ Operator lighting off.
INFORMATION
If the operator lighting is not switched off
manually, it switches off automatically after
60 minutes. This value can be changed via
SOMlink and a WiFi-enabled device.
COM
Signal
Fig. 5
5. Connect the wall station wires or the wall button to
the terminal block on the circuit board. The connection is potential-free.
Functions of the buttons
1
2
3
Abb. Wallstation
• (1) Opening, stopping and closing the door
• (2) Turning the lighting on and off
• (3) Locking or unlocking the operator
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The lighting cannot be switched off when the operator is
moving.
Locking or unlocking the operator
Unauthorized access can be prevented by locking
the operator. For example in the absence of the user
or to prevent unintentional activation with a handheld
transmitter.
The following functions are deactivated in the factory settings when the lock button is activated:
• Radio (handheld transmitter)
• Senso ventilation function
• Control device (corded external button)
To lock:
The button (2) on the wall station lights up green when
the operator is unlocked. The button (2) lights up red
when the operator has been locked by the wall station.
1. Press and hold the button (3) for at least 5 seconds
with the door closed.
⇒⇒ Button (2) flashes green.
⇒⇒ After 5 seconds, the button (2) lights up red.
⇒⇒ Locking function activated.
⇒⇒ All the functions of the operator are locked.
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INFORMATION
If the door was still open, it can be closed
using the handheld transmitter. Only then
are all operator functions locked.
To unlock:
1. Press the button (3) for at least 5 seconds.
⇒⇒ Button (2) flashes red.
⇒⇒ Button (2) lights up green.
⇒⇒ Locking function deactivated.
⇒⇒ All the functions of the operator are activated
again.
INFORMATION
All locking and unlocking functions can be
modified and adjusted with SOMlink and a
WiFi-enabled device. For more information
ask your specialist dealer.
6.11 Installing the cover of the ceiling
control unit
1. After working on the ceiling control unit, replace the
cover in reverse order, see “6.1 Cover of the ceiling control unit.”
2. Connect the opener to the main power supply.
Check that the power supply is connected.
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7.1 Cover of carriage
Installing cover of the carriage
WARNING
“clic”
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation, parts of te
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
Fig. 1
1. Insert the cover from the front and lock it to the carriage at the back.
Deinstalling cover of the carriage
Fig. 1
1. Press on the cover lock at the back of the carriage
and remove the cover.
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carriage
7.2 Carriage pcb
MAGNET
LIMIT
2
1
13
12 34
ON
15
14
sw
SOMMER
Antriebs- u.
Funktechnik GmbH
11
LW-A
BUZZER
10
PCXXXXXXX
MEMO
4
USART
LASER
wh
gn
+12V br
+12V
SENSO
12
rt
STATUS
RESET
8K2
OSE
+
ws
gn
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
RADIO
16
3
9
8
7
6
Fig. Carriage pcb
Connection options on the carriage
1
LED, CH 1 - CH 4, red
9
Senso terminal
Display for radio channel
2
MAGNET slot, green
10
Lock terminal
3
Slot, blue
pcb label
LASER slot, white
Parking position laser terminal
11
Limit switch terminal (OPEN), limit
4
SENSO slot
Terminal for safety contact strip
8k2/OSE
12
Terminal for wicket door contact
potential-free
5
6
LEDs, opener lighting
MEMO slot
13
14
Status LED, green
Reset button, green
Memo terminal
7
8
USART slot
interface
BUZZER slot, black
15
16
DIP switches
Radio button, red (radio)
Warning or alarm buzzer terminal
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carriage
MAGNET slot, green
MAGNET
LIMIT
Lock terminal
Locking magnet
MEMO
MEMO slot
USART
Memo terminal
Memory expansion for 450 transmitter commands
MEM
Home automation
BUZZER
SENSO slot
Terminal for Senso
Humidity sensor
SENSO
BUZZER
BUZZER slot, black
Terminal for warning or alarm
buzzer
BU
LASER
SENSO
LASER slot, white
Terminal for parking position sensor
8K2
OSE
wh
gn
+12V br
Safety contact strip 8k2 terminal
+12V
wh
8K2
8K
OSE
Power supply for optional accessories, finger scanner or external
lighting
The version can vary depending on the type. This means the
use of accessories can vary.
For more information on the accessories, contact your
qualified dealer or see:
www.sommer-usa.com
Observe in particular the following safety instructions
for this chapter.
Terminal e.g. module
USART
SENSO
USART slot
max. 100 mA, + 12 V, GND = wh
gn
Function/application example
Function/application example
Output 12 V/DC
+12V br
pcb section
pcb section
+12V
7.3 Connection options on the
carriage
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
►► All work on electrical components may
only be carried out by a trained electrician.
►► The accessories must only be connected if the opener is disconnected
from the power!
►► Disconnect the mains plug before working on the opener. If a battery pack is
connected, disconnect it from the ceiling
control unit.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply and
secure it from switching on again.
8K2
OSE
wh
gn
+12V br
+12V
OSE safety contact strip terminal
+ 12 V = br
OSE = gn
GND = wh
8K2
OSE
E
wh
gn
+12V br
+12V
Wicket door fuse terminal
(wicket door switch, reed contact
etc.)
Contact command
(12 V/10 mA) normally closed
contact, potential-free
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carriage
7.4 Reducing illumination power of
LEDs
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
1. The illumination power of the LEDs can be reduced
during adjustment work by pressing the reset button
or radio button once briefly.
7.5 Explanation of radio channels
LED
Radio
channel
Setting/function
1
CH 1
Pulse mode
2
CH 2
Partial opening or lighting function
3
CH 3
Defined OPEN
4
CH 4
Defined CLOSED
7.6 Programming the transmitter
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ON
RADIO
RESET
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
STATUS
Fig. 1
INFORMATION
If a command is not sent within 30 seconds, the radio receiver switches to normal
operation.
INFORMATION
The original transmitter is already programmed to the opener.
1. Press the radio button repeatedly to select the
required channel.
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LED
1x
2x
3x
4x
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
2. Press the desired button on the transmitter until the
previously selected LED (CH 1, CH 2, CH 3, CH 4)
is off.
⇒⇒ LED goes out – programming is complete.
⇒⇒ The transmitter has transferred the radio code to
the radio receiver.
3. Repeat the above steps to program additional
transmitters.
INFORMATION
Further transmitters cannot be programmed if all memory locations of the
handheld transmitter are occupied.
If the memory capacity has been reached
A total of 40 handheld transmitter commands are available for all channels. If an attempt is made to program
additional transmitters, the red LEDs of radio channels
CH 1 - CH 4 flash. If more memory positions are needed,
see Chapter "7.7 Information on Memo".
7.7 Information on Memo
The use of the Memo depends on the version of the carriage control board.
The memory capacity can be extended to 450 transmitter commands using the optional Memo accessory part.
When plugging in the Memo, all available transmitters are
transmitted from the internal memory to the Memo and
stored there. The Memo must remain plugged in on the
control unit.
No more transmitters are stored in the internal memory.
Stored transmitters cannot be transmitted from the Memo
back to the internal memory.
All radio channels, including the memory of the Memo,
can be deleted, see Chapter "7.12 Deleting all radio
channels in the receiver."
INFORMATION
Delete the Memo on a new opener.
Otherwise, all stored transmitters of an
opener are deleted and must be reprogrammed.
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carriage
7.8 Cancelling programming mode
1. Press the radio button until all LEDs are out or make
no input for 30 seconds.
⇒⇒ Programming mode is cancelled.
7.9 Deleting a transmitter button from
the radio channel
1. Press the radio button repeatedly to select the
required channel.
Press and hold the radio button for 15 seconds.
LED
1x
2x
3x
4x
7.11 Deleting radio channel in the
receiver
1. Press the radio button repeatedly to select the
required channel.
Press and hold the radio button for 25 seconds.
LED
1x
2x
3x
x
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
⇒⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
2. Release the radio button.
⇒⇒ The radio receiver is in deletion mode.
3. Press the transmitter button for which the command
is to be deleted in the radio receiver.
⇒⇒ The LED goes out.
⇒⇒ The deletion procedure is ended.
4. Repeat for additional buttons as required.
7.10 Deleting the transmitter completely
from the receiver
1. Press and hold the radio button for 20 seconds.
⇒⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
2. After another 5 seconds, the flash sequence
changes to flashing.
3. Release the radio button.
⇒⇒ The radio receiver is in deletion mode.
CH 4
⇒⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
⇒⇒ After another 5 seconds, the flash sequence
changes to flashing.
⇒⇒ After another 5 seconds, the LED remains steady.
2. Release the radio button.
⇒⇒ The deletion procedure is ended.
⇒⇒ All programmed transmitters on the selected radio
channel are deleted from the radio receiver.
7.12 Deleting all radio channels in the
receiver
1. Press and hold the radio button for 30 seconds.
⇒⇒ The LED flashes after 15 seconds.
⇒⇒ After another 5 seconds, the flash sequence
changes to flashing.
⇒⇒ After another 5 seconds, the LED of the selected
channel is on.
⇒⇒ After another 5 seconds, all LEDs light up.
2. Release the radio button.
⇒⇒ All LEDs are off after 5 seconds.
⇒⇒ All programmed transmitters are deleted from the
receiver.
⇒⇒ Factory settings are restored.
4. Press any button on the transmitter that is being
deleted.
⇒⇒ The LED goes out.
⇒⇒ The deletion procedure is ended.
⇒⇒ The transmitter is deleted from the radio receiver.
Repeat for additional transmitters as required.
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carriage
7.13 Programming a second transmitter
by radio (HFL)
7.14 Resetting the control unit
Prerequisites for teach-in by radio
Restriction
The following settings are not possible:
• The targeted teach-in of a selected transmitter button
on a radio channel.
1
2
A
3
B
Fig. 1
1. Press buttons 1 + 2 of a programmed transmitter (A)
for 3 - 5 seconds until the LED lights up on the
transmitter.
⇒⇒ The opener lighting flashes.
⇒⇒ If a radio command is not transmitted within another 30 seconds, the radio receiver switches over
to normal mode.
2. Release buttons 1 + 2 of the transmitter (A).
3. Press any key, e.g. (3) on the new transmitter (B) to
be programmed.
⇒⇒ The opener lighting remains steady.
⇒⇒ Transmitter (B) has been programmed.
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Force values
deleted
Factory
Position
reset
values
deleted completed
Fig. Overview of the time sequence of the carriage status LED
during reset
RADIO
12 34
Example:
1. Button 1 on radio channel 1 and button 2 on radio
channel 2 have been programmed by transmitter (A).
⇒⇒ The newly-programmed transmitter (B) adopts the
key assignment of transmitter (A): Button 1 on radio channel 1, button 2 on radio channel 2.
Reset safety
equipment
ON
A transmitter must already be programmed on the
radio receiver. The transmitters used must be identical.
So, for example, a Pearl can only be programmed on
a Pearl and a Pearl Vibe on a Pearl Vibe.
The key assignment of transmitter (A) that put the radio
receiver into teach-in mode by radio is used for the new
transmitter (B) that is to be programmed. The alreadyprogrammed transmitter and the new transmitter to be
programmed must be situated in the range of the radio
receiver.
RESET
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
STATUS
Fig. 1
INFORMATION
All opener parameters are reset to the factory settings by a factory reset. All settings
by SOMlink and WLAN-enabled terminal
are also reset.
The DIP switches can only be manually
reset.
Reset of the safety equipment Press the green reset
button for 1 second.
⇒⇒ Reset of the safety equipment.
Deleting the force values
1. Press the green reset button on the carriage for
5 seconds until the green status LED flashes slowly.
⇒⇒ Force values are deleted.
Deleting force and position values
1. Press the green reset button on the carriage for
10 seconds until the green status LED flashes
quickly.
⇒⇒ Force and position deleted.
Factory reset
INFORMATION
All opener parameters are reset to the factory settings by a factory reset. All settings
via SOMlink and WiFi-enabled device are
also reset.
The DIP switches can only be manually
reset.
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7. Connections and special functions of the
carriage
1. Press the green reset button on the carriage for
15 seconds until the green status LED goes out.
⇒⇒ Factory settings are restored.
7.15 Setting the DIP-Switches on the
carriage
Special functions can be set up with the DIP switches on
the carriage.
The factory setting of the DIP switches is OFF, which is
applicable for sectional doors.
NOTE
Do not use a metal object to set the DIP
switches, because this may damage the
DIP switches or the pcb.
The DIP switches can be set with a narrow,
flat plastic object.
ON
3+
4
ON
4
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OFF
•Automatic
closing function activated
•Automatic
closing function deactivated
•Partial opening activated
/ Lighting
function deactivated
•Partial opening deactivated / Lighting
function
activated
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ON
2
ON
12 34
ON
1
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DIP switches on
the carriage
7.16 A
utomatic closing function –
defining basic values
When automatic closing is activated, the door is opened
by a pulse.
Only enable automatic closing feature in conjunction with
the SOMMER warning buzzer. Only original SOMMER
accessories may be connected. Accessory parts can be
obtained from your qualified dealer or via:
www.sommer-usa.com
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WARNING
Risk of injury during automatic
closing!
Automatically closing doors can injure
people or animals in the movement area
of the door when the door is closing.
This may cause serious or fatal injury.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the ceiling
holder or the push arm.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
NOTE
If the door is not in view and the opener
is actuated, objects in the movement area
of the door may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
INFORMATION
The door opens completely if it hits an
obstacle.
INFORMATION
An acoustic warning signal must be connected for the automatic closing function.
Use only the original buzzer accessory part
for this purpose.
1. Close the door.
2. Set DIP switch 1 to ON.
The hold open time of the door is 30 seconds. Every
new command within 30 seconds restarts the open
holding time. The door opens by pressing button 1
on the transmitter.
The door movement cannot be stopped with the
transmitter.
3. The door closes automatically after 30 seconds.
The closing movement can be stopped by a command with the transmitter.
⇒⇒ Door opens completely - reversal of direction.
4. The door starts the closing process again after
30 seconds.
⇒⇒ Door is CLOSED.
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7. Connections and special functions of the
carriage
7.17 Adjusting the lighting function
The opener lights on the carriage can be switched on and
off separately over radio channel CH 2. This function is
available in the factory setting.
Program the desired transmitter button on radio channel
CH 2.
The factory setting of DIP switch 2 is OFF, which is applicable for the lighting function.
INFORMATION
The lighting function or partial opening can
be operated.
1. Set DIP switch 2 on the carriage to OFF.
2. Press the radio button repeatedly to select the radio
channel CH 2. Program the lighting function on the
desired transmitter button.
⇒⇒ The lighting function is available.
The opener lights on the carriage can be switched on and
off with the transmitter button.
INFORMATION
If the opener lights are not switched off
manually, they switch off automatically after 60 minutes. This value can be changed
via SOMlink and a WiFi-enabled device.
Other lights and functions are available with the Lumi+
and the relay accessories. They are similar to the carriage lighting functions. The relay offers additional lighting
functions for inside and outside.
Lumi+ and the relay are not included in the delivery. Both
accessories can be purchased from your qualified dealer
or see:
www.sommer-usa.com
7.18 12 V output
The use of the 12 V output depends on the version of the
motor carriage circuit board.
This output can be used for the power supply of external
accessories. The 12 V output offers 2 operating modes.
12V DC, max. 100 mA are available for them.
8K2
8K
OSE
wh
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+12V br
The factory setting is semi-automatic closing with a preset hold open time of 30 seconds. The hold open time is started at the
door OPEN end position and from partial
opening. This setting and the selection of
a fully automatic closing can be adjusted
via SOMlink and with a WLAN-enabled
terminal.
+12V
INFORMATION
Fig. Output 12 V
Operating mode 1 (factory setting)
Power supply for external devices, for example finger
scanners mounted in the door panel.
INFORMATION
Power-saving mode must be deactivated
for this operating mode. Set DIP switch 3
on the ceiling control unit to ON. See Chapter "12.5 Power-saving mode."
Operating mode 2 (external lighting)
In this operating mode, external lighting can be connected and switched via the CH2 radio channel, for
example lighting with LEDs. This operating mode can
only be activated via SOMlink and a WiFi-enabled device.
In the "External lighting" operating mode, the OSE/8K2
safety device can no longer be used on the motor
carriage.
INFORMATION
If the "External lighting" operating mode
is used, the opener lighting works with
reduced illumination power.
7.19 Setting partial opening
This function partially opens the door.
Example:
A side-opening sectional door can be opened to allow a
person to pass through. The partial opening can only be
used by radio.
INFORMATION
The lighting function or partial opening can
be operated.
INFORMATION
The specified partial opening can be from
any position of the door.
1. Close the door completely up to the door CLOSE
end position.
2. Press the radio button repeatedly to select radio
channel CH 2 and to program the function to the
desired transmitter button.
3. Set DIP switch 2 on the carriage to ON.
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7. Connections and special functions of the
carriage
4. Press the desired button on the transmitter for the
partial opening function.
⇒⇒ The door moves in door OPEN direction.
5. Press the desired button on the transmitter again to
stop it.
⇒⇒ The door stops at the desired position.
⇒⇒ The partial opening function is programmed.
7.20 Deleting partial opening
1. Set DIP switch 2 on the carriage to OFF.
2. Open the door completely up to the door OPEN end
position.
⇒⇒ Partial opening is deleted.
To program a new position, see chapter “7.19 Setting
partial opening.”
7.21 HomeLink programming
1. For the first time proramming with a SOMMER evo+
opener, press and hold all 3 HomeLink buttons for
approximately 30 seconds.
Release only when the HomeLink indicator light
turns off.
INFORMATION
Do not perform this step when programming the additional HomeLink buttons.
2. To ensure HomeLink is in the proper trainig mode,
press and hold each of the buttons individually.
⇒⇒ Indicator light blinks rapidly for 2 seconds and then
turns to a continuous light.
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ON
RADIO
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
3. At the carriage, locate the radio button.
4. Press and release the radio button.
⇒⇒ LED is activated.
INFORMATION
Once the button is pressed, there are approximately 30 seconds in which to initiate
the next step.
5. Return the carriage and firmly press and hold the
desired HomeLink button to be programmed for two
seconds and release.
6. Repeat the „press/hold/release“ a second time to
activate the door.
You may need to repeat this sequence for pressing
the radio button on the carriage and then pressing
the HomeLink button in the vehicle up to 3 times to
complete the training process.
⇒⇒ HomeLink should now activate the rolling code
equipped opener.
For more information please visit:
www.homelink.com
7.22 Wicket door safety device
The wicket door safety device prevents operation of the
door with open wicket doors.
1. The wicket door safety device must be installed so
that the switch reliably detects the open doors. Do
not install the wicket door safety device on the hinge
side.
2. Connect the wicket door safety device on the terminal block on the carriage. The contact command
is at 12 V/10 mA. The normally closed contact is
potential-neutral.
3. Check the function.
INFORMATION
RESET
STATUS
Fig. 1
DANGER
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
If the wicket door is opened, the opener
lighting on the motor carriage switches
on. If the door closes, the opener lighting lights up for the set lighting time and
then switches off. The lighting time can be
modified with SOMlink and a WiFi-enabled
device.
INFORMATION
If the wicket door remains open longer
than 60 minutes, the opener lighting
switches off automatically after 60 minutes. This value can be changed via SOMlink and a WiFi-enabled device.
INFORMATION
A second person makes the following
steps quicker and easier.
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7. Connections and special functions of the
carriage
INFORMATION
If the control unit receives a new command
with the wicket door open, the LEDs of the
opener lighting change from permanent to
blinking light.
7.23 SOMlink
SOMlink makes it possible for qualified specialists to
change many functions and settings on the door operator.
These include force and speed values as well as operating parameters and other convenient functions.
If you would like to make changes, contact your specialist
dealer.
INFORMATION
SOMlink is a combination of an additional
device and a web-based application for
changing door operator functions.
Since safety-relevant values can also be
changed, SOMlink is only sold to qualified
specialists.
All changes to settings by the SOMlink are
logged.
7.24 Installing the cover of the carriage
“clic”
Fig. 1
1. Insert the cover from the front and lock it to the carriage at the back.
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8. Battery pack
8.1 Installing and removing battery
pack
NOTE
When the battery pack is installed, the
cover of the ceiling control unit must be
removed with particular care.
The battery pack can supply power during a mains power
failure. The battery pack can be operated for approx.
5 cycles in 12 hours.
Only a qualified electrician is permitted to install, test and
replace the battery pack.
DANGER
Danger of hazardous substances!
Improper storage, use or disposal of
accumulators, batteries or opener components are dangerous for the health of
humans and animals. Serious injury or
death may result.
►► Accumulators and batteries must be
stored out of the reach of children and
animals.
►► Keep batteries and accumulators away
from chemical, mechanical and thermal
influences.
►► Do not recharge batteries.
►► Components of the opener as well as
old accumulators and batteries must not
be disposed of with household waste.
They must be disposed of properly.
NOTE
Dispose of all parts in accordance with local or national regulations to avoid environmental damage.
Fig. 1
1. Unscrew and remove the cover from the ceiling control unit.
ACCU
Fig. 13
2. Place the battery pack loosely in its position in the
cover and plug the battery pack plug into the pcb at
the BATTERY slot.
NOTE
Only a genuine battery pack from the company SOMMER USA, Inc. may be used.
INFORMATION
Old batteries and battery packs must not
be disposed of with household waste as
they contain hazardous substances. These
must be disposed of properly at municipal
collection points or in the containers provided by dealers. National guidelines must
be observed.
INFORMATION
Initial operation is not supported if the battery pack is the sole power supply.
Mains voltage is required for initial operation of the opener.
Follow the instructions for the battery pack in the separate installation and operating manual.
See also chapter “6.1 Cover of the ceiling control
unit.”
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Fig. 3
3. Screw on cover.
4. Run a function test.
⇒⇒ Pull the power plug out of the power outlet.
⇒⇒ The opener is powered by the battery pack.
5. Press the button on the transmitter.
⇒⇒ Opener opens or closes the door at reduced
speed.
6. Plug in the mains power plug.
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9. Electrical connection
9.1 Connection to a power outlet
A power outlet is required for the electrical connection of
the opener. This opener is not equipped for permanent
wiring. Contact a licensed electrician to install a suitable
receptacle if one is not available.
A power outlet must be installed by qualified electricians
only. The power outlet must be protected by a fuse. Local
and national regulations (e.g. NEC) must be observed.
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medications that can influence their ability to react may not work
on the opener.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this equipment has
a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). This
plug will only fit into a polarized outlet one way. If the plug
does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still
does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the
proper outlet. Do not change the plug in any way.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
will result.
►► All work on electrical components may
only be carried out by an electrician.
►► Before connecting in the mains power
plug, ensure that the voltage of the
power source corresponds with the
voltage listed on the opener type plate.
Do not plug in the mains plug until the
opener is completely installed.
►► Disconnect the mains plug before working on the opener. If a battery pack is
connected, disconnect it from the ceiling
control unit.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
< 68.4“
(1740 mm)
Fig. Distance between ceiling control unit and power outlet
Note that the distance between the ceiling control unit
and the power outlet must not exceed 68.4" (1.74 m).
INFORMATION
The power outlet must be installed as follows:
• within easy reach of the ceiling control
unit power cable
• easily visible and clear of obstacles
INFORMATION
The power cable is approx. 4' (1.9 m) long.
INFORMATION
The original power cord may not be shortened or extended.
All devices to be connected externally
must have safe isolation of the contacts
from the main power supply in accordance
with IEC 60364-4-41.
Wiring for external devices must be installed in accordance with IEC 60364-4-41.
All electrical wiring must be firmly secured
to prevent displacement.
NOTE
Do not connect the ceiling control unit to
the power supply until the installation is
complete to prevent damage to the opener.
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10.Initial operation
10.1 Safety information for installation
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury or death.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Keep clear of the moving door.
►► Wear tight-fitting clothing.
►► Wear a hairnet over long hair.
NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
INFORMATION
The control unit detects a short-circuit
between chain and track and then switches
the opener off.
INFORMATION
If a safety sensor is used, it must not be
actuated when starting the programming.
If a safety sensor is used as a frame safety
sensor, move the door to the center position.
INFORMATION
Observe the sticker on the ceiling control
unit.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door or
moving parts when it is moving. In particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage runs along the
track.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
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10.Initial operation
1
12 34
Before initial operation, read this chapter with special
care to ensure that you can make the adjustments to the
opener safely and optimally.
DIP switches on
the carriage
ON
10.2 Initial operation
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
ON
12 34
ON
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2
ON
If the force setting is too high, persons
or animals in the movement area of the
door may be trapped and pulled along
with the door. Severe injuries or death
may result.
►► The opener may only be operated if a
non-hazardous force value has been
set.
►► The force setting is relevant to safety
and must be carefully checked and if
necessary adjusted by qualified specialists.
►► The force setting must be low enough to
ensure that the closing force poses no
risk of injury.
3+4
4
ON
OFF
•Automatic
closing function activated
•Only enable
this feature
when installed with
a sectional
door!
•Automatic
closing function deactivated
•Partial opening activated
/ Lighting
function deactivated
•Partial opening deactivated / Lighting
function
activated
NOTE
Do not use a metal object to set the DIP
switches, because this may damage the
DIP switches or the pcb.
Use a suitable tool to set the DIP switches,
such as a flat plastic object.
INFORMATION
The carriage has an automatic force setting. The carriage memorizes the required force during the OPEN
and CLOSE door movements and stores it when the end
position has been reached.
INFORMATION
The force setting must be checked after
installation of the opener. See also chapter
"11.1 Testing obstacle detection."
Stay in the garage during initial operation,
particularly when programming.
The factory setting of the DIP switches is OFF, which is
applicable for sectional doors.
INFORMATION
The operating forces can be modified and
adjusted with SOMlink and a WLAN-enabled terminal.
< 68.40“
(1740 mm)
Fig. 1
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10.Initial operation
1. Compare the existing power supply with the type
plate.
Plug the ceiling control unit power plug into the
power outlet.
⇒⇒ The status LED of the motor carriage flashes
green.
Fig. 4
Fig. 2
2. After the opener has been connected to the power
supply, its first movement after a pulse is always
door OPEN.
Press button 1 briefly on the preprogrammed
transmitter.
See also the separate installation and operating
manual for the transmitter.
⇒⇒ The carriage moves slowly to the door OPEN end
position and automatically switches off at the limit
stop.
⇒⇒ The opener LEDs flash.
4. Press button 1 on the transmitter briefly (< 1 second) to save the end position.
⇒⇒ The opener LEDs flash briefly in a fast sequence.
The opener automatically starts its programming process:
⇒⇒ The carriage moves automatically to the door
OPEN end position and programs the required
operating force.
⇒⇒ The carriage automatically moves to the door
CLOSE end position.
If necessary, the carriage moves over the path
several times for programming with a greater door
weight.
⇒⇒ The carriage automatically moves briefly in the
door OPEN direction to program the soft running.
⇒⇒ The door automatically returns to the door
CLOSE end position.
⇒⇒ The carriage automatically moves to the door
OPEN end position.
⇒⇒ The opener LEDs remain steady.
⇒⇒ Opener is programmed and ready for use.
INFORMATION
The carriage stops if the door is difficult
to move. The door mechanism must be
checked.
Fig. 3
3. Press button 1 on the transmitter again briefly.
⇒⇒ The carriage moves slowly in the door CLOSE
direction.
⇒⇒ The opener LEDs flash.
The carriage switches off automatically when it
reaches the factory-set closing force at the door
CLOSE end position.
⇒⇒ The opener LEDs flash in a different sequence.
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It may be necessary to adjust the end positions.
See chapter “10.4 Mechanical adjustment of the end
positions.”
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10.Initial operation
10.3 Detecting obstacles during force
programming
10.4 Mechanical adjustment of the end
positions
If the door detects an obstacle during its first door
CLOSE movement and the force programming movements cannot be completed, the door stops.
Increasing the closing pressure of the end position
for door CLOSE
NOTE
Check the movement path, mechanism,
spring tension and the weight compensation to prevent damage to the door system.
1. Press and hold button 1 on the transmitter.
⇒⇒ The carriage moves briefly, makes a short stop
and moves in the door CLOSE direction until the
desired end position has been reached.
2. Release button 1 on the transmitter.
3. Fine adjustment:
Press and hold button 1 on the transmitter until the
carriage moves briefly.
Release button 1 on the transmitter.
3.1 The process can be repeated until the desired end
position is reached.
Press button 1 on the transmitter briefly
(< 1 second) to save the door CLOSE end position.
⇒⇒ The carriage starts the automatic force programming run to the door OPEN end position.
⇒⇒ The door starts the automatic door CLOSE force
programming run.
If an obstacle is detected again, the carriage stops and
reverses.
1. Press and hold button 1 on the transmitter.
⇒⇒ The carriage starts without jerking, because the
end position of door is already saved.
⇒⇒ The carriage moves to the end position, door
CLOSE.
2. Release button 1 on the transmitter.
Press button 1 on the transmitter briefly.
⇒⇒ Restart automatic force programming
movements.
⇒⇒ On completion of the force programming movements, the carriage automatically moves to the
door OPEN end position.
⇒⇒ The opener LEDs remain steady.
⇒⇒ Opener is programmed and ready for use.
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Fig. 1
1. Loosen the screw on the limit stop and move the limit
stop a few inches towards door CLOSE. Tighten the
screw again.
Reducing the closing pressure of the end position for
door CLOSE
Fig. 1
1. Loosen the screw on the limit stop and move the limit
stop a few inches towards door OPEN. Tighten the
screw again.
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10.Initial operation
10.5 Attaching information sign and
warning sign
1. Run obstacle detection, see chapter “11.1 Testing
obstacle detection.”
Fig. 2 Sticker near the stationary control or control unit
WARNING
Danger due to failure to observe
instructions!
Serious or fatal injury may result if the
warning sign is not attached in a suitable position and the warning instructions are not heeded.
►► Attach the warning sign:
• At eye level at a highly visible section
of the door wing.
• Near the wall station.
• Far from moving parts.
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2. Attach the warning sign at eye level next to the wall
control.
If the warning sign does not stick on the wall surface,
use staples or other mechanical means to fasten the
sign.
⇒⇒ Initial operation is complete.
A
1x
N
B
1x
Fig. 2
3. Attach the hanging warning sign to the emergency
release cord (N).
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11.Final test/function test
11.1 Testing obstacle detection
After programming force values, the obstacle detection
and force setting must be tested.
WARNING
Danger due to projecting parts!
Door wings or other parts must not project into roads or public footpaths. This
also applies while the door is moving.
This may cause serious injury or death
to persons or animals.
►► Roads or public footpaths must be free
of projecting parts.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
Crushing or shearing injuries may result
if the door does not reverse. This can
lead to serious or fatal injury.
►► The door must reverse when it meets
an obstruction.
►► Obstacle detection must be tested at
monthly intervals using suitable means.
►► Malfunctions or defects must be remedied immediately by an expert.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► The force cut-off does not operate below 50 mm.
►► The obstacle detection must be tested
once a month.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage is running along
the track.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
NOTE
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
If the force setting is too high, persons
or animals in the movement area of the
door may be trapped and pulled along
with the door. Severe injuries or death
may result.
►► The force setting is relevant to safety
and must be carefully checked and if
necessary adjusted by a qualified specialist.
Observe the national standards, guidelines
and regulations for cut-off of the operating
forces.
NOTE
The obstacle detection must be tested
once a month to prevent damage to the
opener.
INFORMATION
Reversing: The opener stops when it meets
an obstruction and then moves in the opposite direction for a short distance
to free the obstruction.
In the automatic closing function, the door
opens completely if an obstacle is detected.
INFORMATION
The operating forces can be modified and
adjusted with SOMlink and a WLAN-enabled terminal. For more information, ask
your qualified dealer.
The door must reverse if it hits a 1 1/2” (38 mm) object
(or 2 x 4 laid flat) high obstacle.
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11.Final test/function test
1
1 1/2“
Fig. 1 Obstacle detection
Fig. 3
1. Open the door with the opener.
3. The safety sensors are functioning properly if the
LED lights of both safety sensors are solid.
2. Place an 1 1/2“ object or 2 x 4 laid flat and centered
in the running path of the door.
3. Close the door with the opener.
⇒⇒ If the door hits the obstacle, the opener must stop
immediately, reverse and open completely the
door.
⇒⇒ If the opener does not reverse, a position reset is
required, see chapter “7.14 Resetting the control
unit.” The positions and the forces must be reprogrammed.
4. If the door does not stop, check the following:
• if the housing of the safety sensors is dirty,
• whether transmitter and receiver are correctly
aligned with each other,
• whether the cables are damaged or loose.
5. The complete installation and operating manual must
be handed over to the user.
11.2 Testing the safety sensor function
1. Close the door with the opener.
OP
ST
6”x 12”
Fig. 2
2. Hold a 6" high white object in between the safety
sensors during the closing procedure to disrupt the
infrared sensor. The door must stop immediately and
then reverse entirely.
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12.1 IMPORTANT SAFETY
INFORMATION
Read the following chapter to ensure safe operation.
The opener must not be used by children or persons with
restricted physical, sensory or mental capacity or who
lack experience and knowledge. All users must be specially instructed and have read and understood the Installation and Operating Manual.
Children must never play with or use the opener, even
under supervision. Children must be kept clear of the
opener. Transmitters or other control devices must never
be given to children.
In particular, observe the following safety instructions and
the safety instructions in chapter “13. Maintenance and
care” and “14. Troubleshooting.”
WARNING
WARNING – to reduce the risk of severe injury or
death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Never let children operate or play with door controls.
Keep the remote control away from children.
3. Always keep the moving door in sight and away from
people and objects until it is completely closed. NO
ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING DOOR.
4. NEVER GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY
OPEN DOOR.
5. Test door opener monthly. The garage door MUST
reverse on contact with a 1-1/2-inch high object (or
a 2 by 4 board laid flat) on the floor. After adjusting either the force or the limit of travel, retest the
door opener. Failure to adjust the opener properly
increases the risk of severe injury or death.
6. For products having an emergency release, when
possible, use the emergency release only when the
door is closed. Use caution when using this release
with the door open. Weak or broken springs are
capable of increasing the rate of door closure and
increasing the risk of severe injury or death.
8. This opener system is equipped with an unattended
operation feature. The door could move unexpectedly. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE
MOVING DOOR.
9. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury.
DANGER
Danger due to use of the operator
with incorrect setting or when it
is in need of repair!
If the operator is used despite incorrect settings or if it is in need of repair,
severe injury or death may result.
►► The operator may only be used with
the required settings and in the proper
condition.
►► Faults must be repaired professionally
without delay.
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
Actuating the emergency release can
lead to uncontrolled door movement if
• springs are weakened or broken.
• the door has not been optimally
weight-balanced.
Falling parts may cause a hazard. Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Check the weight balance of the door at
regular intervals.
►► Pay attention to the movement of the
door when the emergency release is
actuated.
►► Keep clear of the movement area of the
door.
7. KEEP GARAGE DOORS PROPERLY BALANCED.
See user’s manual. An improperly balanced door
increases the risk of severe injury or death. Have
a qualified service person make repairs to cables,
spring assemblies, and other hardware.
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WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Persons or animals in the movement
area of the door may be trapped and
pulled along with the door. Severe injuries or death may result.
►► Keep clear of the moving door.
NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
INFORMATION
Keep this installation and operating manual
accessible at all times at the place of use.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never walk under a stopped or a partially opened door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage is running along
the track.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
12.2 Handover to the user
The user checks whether the UL mark and the type plate
for the door system have been attached to the door by
the qualified specialist.
The qualified specialist must instruct the user:
• on the operation of the opener and its dangers
• on the handling of the emergency release
• on regular maintenance which the user can execute
The user must be informed about which work must only
be performed by a qualified specialist:
• installation of accessories
• settings
• regular maintenance except that described in Chapter “13. Maintenance and care” and which must be
performed by a qualified specialist.
• repairs
• troubleshooting, except that described in Chapter
“14. Troubleshooting” and which must be performed by a qualified specialist.This installation and
operating manual as well as the Declaration of Conformity created for the door system must be given to
the user.
The user is responsible for:
• the intended use of the opener
• its good condition
• operation
• instructing all users how to use the door system and
on the associated hazards
NOTE
• care and maintenance
If the weight compensation of the door is
incorrectly adjusted, the opener may be
damaged.
• The door must be stable.
• tests by a qualified specialist
• It must not bend, rotate or twist when
opening and closing.
• The door must move easily in its tracks.
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The user must always keep this installation and operating
manual ready for consultation in the vicinity of the door
system.
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12.Operation
Button 3 (CH 3)
12.3 Operating modes of door
movement
WARNING
STOP
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by a keypad
or another control device.
►► Persons who cannot see the door and
are in the range of movement of the
mechanism or the closing edges may be
injured by crushing or shearing.
►► Keypads or other control devices may
be used only if the movement of the
door can be viewed directly.
►► Keep persons and animals clear of the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never stand under the opened door.
Fig. Pulse sequence for defined door OPEN
Button 4 (CH 4)
STOP
INFORMATION
All functions can be programmed for all
buttons.
Fig. Pulse sequence for defined door CLOSE
Button 1 (CH 1)
12.4 Obstacle detection
STOP
STOP
Fig. Pulse sequence door OPEN, door stop, door CLOSE, door
stop
Button 2 (CH 2)
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
The door can be actuated by a button or
another control device.
Persons who cannot see the door and
are in the range of movement of the
mechanism or the closing edges may be
injured by crushing or shearing.
►► Buttons and other control devices must
be installed and actuated within view of
the door only.
►► Buttons or other control devices may be
used only if the movement of the door
can be viewed directly.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
INFORMATION
Fig. Pulse sequence for
Partial opening: DIP switch 2 ON
Lighting function: DIP switch 2 OFF
Reversing: The opener stops when it
hits an obstacle. Then the opener moves
slightly in the opposite direction to release
the obstacle.
In the automatic closing function, the door
opens completely.
INFORMATION
If the safety sensor is interrupted, the door
runs on for a short distance.
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The following safety devices are installed to detect
obstacles:
• Safety sensors (object protection)
• Safety contact strips (personal protection)
• Force cut-off of opener (personal protection)
See also chapter “13. Maintenance and care.”
12.5 Power-saving mode
To save energy, the opener control unit switches to
power-saving mode after the factory-specified period.
Connected accessories are deactivated and then reactivated at the next command from a button or radio.
Connected accessories may include: safety sensors,
safety contact strip and external radio receiver.
Because external radio receivers are deactivated in
power-saving mode, they cannot receive commands from
the remote control and send them to the opener.
Set DIP switch 3 to ON to power the entire system
continuously. Power-saving mode is deactivated, see
also chapter "7.15 Setting the DIP-Switches on the
carriage."
DIP switches
on the ceiling
control unit
ON
1234
ON
Continuous
power to the
complete system
active
OFF
Power-saving
mode active
INFORMATION
The factory-set period before the control
unit switches to power-saving mode is
20 seconds. This value cannot be changed.
12.6 Operation during power failure
The programmed force values and end positions remain
saved in the event of a power failure. After the power
supply has been restored, the first movement of the
opener after a pulse is always door OPEN.
Also follow the instructions for emergency release in
chapter “8.1 Installing and removing battery pack” or
“12.7 Function of the emergency release.”
12.7 Function of the emergency release
In the event of a power failure, the door can be opened
from the inside using a mechanical emergency release.
Observe in particular the following safety instructions for
this chapter.
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DANGER
Danger of trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
►► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
►► Faults must be repaired without delay.
WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
If the emergency release is actuated,
weak or broken springs may cause the
door to close suddenly and unexpectedly. This may cause serious or fatal
injury.
►► The emergency release should be used
with the door closed.
►► Use the emergency release with great
caution if the door is open.
►► Persons or animals must not be within
the door’s range of movement.
NOTE
The emergency release is only suitable for
opening or closing the door in an emergency. For example, a power outage or opener
fault.
The emergency release is not suitable for
regularly opening or closing the door.
This could cause damage to the opener or
door.
NOTE
In an emergency release, the door could
independently open or close itself due to
a broken spring or incorrect setting of the
weight balancing.
The opener could be damaged or destroyed.
NOTE
After the opener is locked back in, move
the door into the door OPEN end position.
Otherwise the limit stop will be hit with too
much force.
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NOTE
Objects in the movement area of the door
may be jammed and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
INFORMATION
It can be locked and released in any door
position.
1. Disconnect the opener from the mains voltage.
Check it is disconnected from the power supply.
“clic”
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
2. Pull once on the emergency release cord.
⇒⇒ The motor carriage is released.
⇒⇒ Door can be moved by hand
3. Pull the emergency release cord once more.
⇒⇒ The motor carriage is locked.
⇒⇒ The door can only be moved by the opener.
4. Connect the opener to the main power supply.
Check that the power supply is connected.
5. Give the opener a command.
⇒⇒ After a power failure, the first pulse of the opener is
always in the door OPEN direction.
⇒⇒ The opener must drive completely to the door
OPEN end position.
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13.Maintenance and care
13.1 Safety instructions for
maintenance and care
Service the opener regularly as directed below. This
ensures safe operation and a long service life for your
opener.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► All work on electrical components may
only be carried out by an electrician.
►► Disconnect the mains plug before working on the opener.
►► If a battery pack is used, it must be
disconnected.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
DANGER
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause fatal or serious accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
►► Ensure that ladders are safely positioned.
WARNING
Danger of trapped persons!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
►► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
►► Faults must be repaired without delay.
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WARNING
Danger due to falling parts of
doors!
Parts of the door may become detached
and fall. If persons or animals are hit,
this may cause serious injury or death.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Keep all persons and animals away
from the door until it is completely
opened or closed.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage is running along
the track.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation, parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
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13.3 Care
NOTE
The carriage is supplied with safety low
voltage via the chain and the track.
The use of oil or grease will greatly reduce
the conductivity of the chain, track and
carriage. This may result in faults due to
inadequate electrical contact.
The chain and track are maintenance-free
and must not be oiled or greased.
NOTE
The use of unsuitable cleaning agents may
damage the surface of the opener.
Clean the opener with a dry lint-free cloth
only.
13.2 Maintenance schedule
How often?
What?
How?
•Test the emergency release
•See chapter “12.7 Function of the emergency
release”
•Test the obstacle detection
•See chapter “11.1 Testing obstacle detection”
•Test the safety
sensors
•Interrupt the active safety sensors while the door
is closing. The door must
stop and open slightly or
completely if automatic
closing is activated.
•If necessary clean the
safety sensors, see
chapter “13.3 Care”
Once a
month
Once a
year
•Test the door
and all moving
parts
•As directed by the door
manufacturer
•Check screws •Check that screws are
on door, ceiling
tight and tighten if necor header
essary
Clean track, carriage and ceiling control unit
1. Pull the power plug out of the power outlet.
If a battery pack has been installed, remove the
ceiling control unit cover and disconnect the battery
pack from the ceiling control unit. See also chapter
“8.1 Installing and removing battery pack.”
Then check that the power is disconnected.
2. Remove loose dirt with a moist, lint-free cloth:
• from the carriage and the ceiling control unit
• from the track and the inside of the track
3. If applicable, install the battery pack in reverse order
of removal.
⇒⇒ Plug the power plug into the power outlet.
Clean safety sensors
Fig. 1
NOTE
Do not change the position of the safety
sensors when cleaning them.
1. Clean the housing reflectors with a moist, lint-free
cloth.
•Chain and track •Maintenance-free
As needed •Track
•See chapter “13.3 Care”
•Clean ceiling
control unit and
•See chapter “13.3 Care”
carriage housing
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14.Troubleshooting
14.1 Safety instructions for
troubleshooting
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electrical shock, burns, or death
may result.
►► All work on electrical components may
only be carried out by an electrician.
►► Disconnect the mains plug before working on the opener.
►► If a battery pack is used, it must be
disconnected.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
DANGER
Danger of entrapment!
Persons may be trapped inside the
garage. If trapped persons cannot free
themselves, severe injury or death may
result.
►► The operation of the emergency release
must be tested regularly from inside and
if necessary also from outside.
►► Faults must be repaired without delay.
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
►► Ensure that ladders are safely positioned.
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WARNING
Danger due to falling parts!
Parts of the door may become detached
and fall. Persons may be hit. This will
cause injury or death.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Keep all persons and animals away
from the door until it is completely
opened or closed.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
WARNING
Danger of entrapment!
Loose clothing or long hair may be
trapped by moving parts of the door.
►► Keep clear of the moving door.
►► Wear tight-fitting clothing.
►► Wear a hairnet over long hair.
WARNING
Danger of crushing and shearing!
If the door moves with persons or animals in the movement area, crushing
and shearing injuries may be caused by
the mechanism and safety edges of the
door.
►► Only use the opener in direct view of the
door.
►► Always keep the moving door in sight.
►► Persons or animals must not be in the
range of movement of the door.
►► Never put your hand near the door
or moving parts when it is moving. In
particular, do not reach into the moving
push arm.
►► Do not reach into the ceiling mounting
unit when the carriage is running along
the track.
►► Do not drive through the door until it has
been fully opened.
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WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation, parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
NOTE
If the door is not in view and the radio
remote control is actuated, objects in the
movement area of the door may be jammed
and damaged.
Objects must not be in the range of movement of the door.
14.2 Troubleshooting
The following guide to troubleshooting lists potential
problems and their causes and information on correcting
them. In some cases, other chapters and sections with
a more detailed description are referenced. You will be
prompted to call a technician if this is required.
Work on the electrical system and live parts may be performed only by a trained electrician.
1. Pull the power plug out of the power outlet.
If a battery pack has been installed, remove the
ceiling control unit cover and disconnect the battery
pack from the ceiling control unit. See chapter
“6.1 Cover of the ceiling control unit” and chapter
“8.1 Installing and removing battery pack.”
Then check that the power is disconnected.
2. After working on the opener, if applicable replace
the battery pack in reverse order. See chapter
“6.1 Cover of the ceiling control unit” and chapter
“8.1 Installing and removing battery pack.” Connect the opener to the main power supply.
Check that the power supply is connected.
INFORMATION
The control unit detects a short-circuit
between chain and track and then switches
the opener off.
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14.3 Time sequences of opener lighting in normal operation and in case of faults
The flash sequences show information on malfunctions for technicians, end customers and telephone support.
Flash sequences in normal operation
Flash sequences
Normal mode
Warning light for the opener in normal
mode
Possible cause
•Program mode active
•Pre-warning time active
•Reversing movement, soft reversing and
stopped after a soft and reversing movement
Corrective action
•None, for information
Flash sequences with faults
Flash sequences
Possible causes
Corrective action
•Waiting for a confirmation during the position
programming movement of door CLOSE
position
•Confirmation of position programming movement
Alarm
•Safety sensors or safety equipment not OK
before movement
•Check safety sensors
•Contact customer support
A process has triggered a fault
•Interruption of a safety device during the
movement
•Remove obstacle
•Defective safety device, switchover to dead
man mode
•Have it checked by a qualified
specialist
•Service (service days, cycles or after 180
days the basic data are not OK)
•Have the service performed
by a qualified specialist
•Calculated motor temperature is too high
(overheating)
•Allow motor to cool
•Program difficult positions in case of reversing with no visible cause. The complete
distance is traversed from end position to
end position (dead man by radio, under
direct view only)
•None, for information
•Self-test of electronics
•Blockage detection (gear breakage,
Hall sensor fault)
•Contact customer support
•Limit switch does not operate (e.g. wire
break, limit switch fault)
•Contact customer support
•Counting pulses sent in the wrong direction
(motor cable was incorrectly connected)
•Check wiring, correct if necessary
•Travel length exceeded
•Path too long, path restricted
to max. 39 ft. (12 m)
•Error during plausibility test of Memo
•Contact customer support
Requirement
Opener expects a command
Service
A process has triggered a fault
Fault
Opener or parts of the opener faulty
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14.4 Troubleshooting table
Problem
The opener opens the door
but does not close it.
Opener cannot be operated
with the control device.
Possible causes
•Safety sensor issue
•Check safety sensors and
safety devices
•Automatic closing activated
•Wait to see whether the
opener starts automatically
after 30 seconds
•No power
•Check power supply
•Limit switch in carriage
defective
•Unlock opener and push carriage to the center of the track
•Lock opener
•Actuate transmitter
•If the opener now still does
not close and open, the limit
switch is defective.
•Check that the door can be
moved manually
•The opener was disengaged by the emergency release mechanism
When a button on the transmitter is pressed, the door
does not open or close.
•Remove obstacle
•Align safety sensor
•Check connection to control unit
•Check safety sensor wires
•Deactivate automatic closing
•Contact customer support
•Check the power outlet
with a different device, for
example with a lamp
•Contact customer support
•Pull the emergency release
to engage the opener
•Check function of opener with
a transmitter
•Check wiring, correct if
necessary
•Opener cannot be started with
the transmitter.
•Vacation mode on
•Replace transmitter battery
•If necessary, replace the
battery of the transmitter
•If necessary, replace the
transmitter with a new one
•Unlock button for 8 sec. on
the wall station
•Opener cannot be started with
the transmitter or the connected control device.
•Have the mains voltage
•Have the cause corrected
checked by a qualified specialby a qualified specialist
ist
•Radio LED does not light
•Program transmitter
when the transmitter is operated
•Replace the transmitter
battery
•Electrical supply voltage
outside the approved
range.
•Transmitter not programmed
•Transmitter defective
•LED on transmitter does not
light up
•Replace transmitter with a
new one
•Opener detected an
obstacle
•Check whether there are
any objects in the movement
range of the door
•Remove the object
•if necessary, check and
adjust the door mechanism or springs of the door
•Safety sensors were
interrupted
•Check LEDs on safety sensors
•Remove obstacle
•Safety sensors defective or misaligned
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Remedy
•Control device incorrectly connected to the
opener
•Transmitter defective
•Transmitter battery is
weak
Opener stops the door
during closing and opens it
partially or completely.
Test/check
•Align safety sensors
•Check wiring
•If necessary, replace safety sensors
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Problem
Possible causes
Test/check
Remedy
•Check whether there are
any objects in the movement
range of the door
•Check the weight balance
of the door - it must run
smoothly
•Remove obstacle
•If necessary, have door
mechanism checked and
repaired by a qualified
specialist
Opener stops while the door
is opening
•Door detected an obstacle
Lighting on the opener does
not function
•Opener lighting defective
•Replace carriage
•If necessary, install Lumi+
supplementary lighting
Speed varies while opening
and closing the door
•Track dirty
•Clean with a moist, lintfree cloth see chapter
“13.3 Care”
•Chain tightened incorrectly.
•Tighten the chain, see
chapter “5.4 Installation
of the opener system”
14.5 Replacing the carriage
The instructions for "Disassembling the motor carriage" can be downloaded from SOMMER at:
www.sommer.eu
If applicable, save the existing settings on the available motor carriage via SOMlink and a WiFi-enabled
device. The settings can be transferred to the new motor
carriage later.
The new motor carriage is in delivery condition from the
factory. After replacing the motor carriage, make sure
that used accessories have been transferred to the new
motor carriage.
Initial operation must be repeated and the special functions of the motor carriage must be reset, see Chapter
"10. Initial operation" and "7. Connections and special functions of the carriage".
Handheld transmitters which are used must also be
reprogrammed, see Chapter "7.6 Programming the
transmitter." On the other hand, the transmitter does not
have to be programmed if the Memo accessory part has
already been used.
After successful initial operation, carry out a final test
and a function test, see Chapter "11. Final test/function
test".
INFORMATION
Save the existing settings of the motor carriage with the help of SOMlink and a WiFienabled device. After the new motor carriage has been inserted, reinstall the data.
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15.Taking out of operation, storage and disposal
15.1 Taking the opener out of operation
and disassembly
Follow the basic safety instructions listed below.
People under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medications that can influence their ability to react may not work
on the opener.
The opener may only be disassembled by a qualified
specialist.
This installation and operating manual must be read,
understood and complied with by the qualified specialist
who disassembles the opener.
DANGER
Danger if not observed!
If safety instructions are not observed,
serious injury or death may result.
►► All safety instructions must be observed
to prevent serious injury.
DANGER
Danger due to electric current!
Contact with live parts may result in
electric current flowing through the
body. Electric shock, burns or death
may result.
►► Electrical components must be disassembled by an electrician only.
►► Disconnect the opener from mains
power.
►► If a battery pack is used, it must be
disconnected.
►► Then check that the opener is disconnected from the power supply.
WARNING
Danger of tripping and falling!
Unsafely positioned parts such as packaging, opener parts or tools may cause
trips or falls.
►► Keep unnecessary items away from the
disassembly area.
►► Place all parts where no persons are
likely to trip or fall over them.
►► General workplace guidelines must be
observed.
WARNING
Danger due to optical radiation!
Looking into an LED at short range for
an extended period may cause optical glare. This may temporarily reduce
vision. This may cause serious or fatal
accidents.
►► Do not look directly into an LED.
WARNING
Danger due to hot surfaces!
After frequent operation, parts of the
carriage or the control unit may become hot. If the cover is removed and
hot parts are touched, they may cause
burns.
►► Allow the opener to cool before removing the cover.
WARNING
Risk of eye injury!
WARNING
Danger of falling!
Unsafe or defective ladders may tip and
cause serious or fatal accidents.
►► Use only a non-slip, stable ladder.
►► Ensure that ladders are safely positioned.
Eyes and hands may be seriously injured by chips when removing screws.
►► Wear safety glasses.
WARNING
Risk of injury in the head region!
Impact with suspended objects may
cause serious abrasions and cuts.
►► Wear a safety helmet when disassembling suspended parts.
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15.Taking out of operation, storage and disposal
CAUTION
Risk of injury to hands!
Rough, projecting metal parts may
cause abrasions and cuts when
touched.
►► Wear safety gloves.
NOTE
If there is a battery pack in the control unit,
it must be removed by a qualified electrician. See chapter "8. Battery pack."
The opener and its accessories must be disconnected
from the power supply when taking them out of operation
or during disassembly.
1. Pull the power plug out of the power outlet.
If a battery pack has been installed, remove the control unit cover and disconnect the battery pack from
the control unit. See also chapter “8.1 Installing and
removing battery pack.”
Then check that the power is disconnected.
2. Disassembly is in reverse order of installation.
15.2 Storage
NOTE
Improper storage may damage the opener.
The opener must be stored in enclosed and
dry rooms.
Store the packaging units as follows:
• in enclosed, dry rooms so that they are protected
from moisture
• at a storage temperature from –13 °F to +149 °F
• secure to prevent falling
• leave room for unhindered passage
15.3 Disposal of waste
Observe the instructions for disposal of packaging, components and batteries and, if applicable, the battery pack.
NOTE
Dispose of all parts in accordance with
national regulations to avoid environmental
damage.
INFORMATION
All components that have been taken out
of service must not be disposed of with
household waste, as they contain hazardous substances. The components must
be disposed of correctly at an authorized
recycling center. The local and national
regulations must be observed.
INFORMATION
Old batteries and battery packs must not
be disposed of with household waste as
they contain hazardous substances. These
must be disposed of properly at municipal
collection points or in the containers provided by dealers. National guidelines must
be observed.
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16.Warranty terms and conditions
16.1 Limited Lifetime Warranty
WARRANTY COVERAGE. Sommer Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH (“Sommer”) extends this Limited Warranty to the original consumer purchaser (“Purchaser”
or “you”) of a Sommer Garage Door Opener (the “Product”) from Sommer or one of its authorized dealers in the
United States.
The Limited Warranty on the Product is not transferable
by the original Purchaser and is valid for the initial installation only. If the Product is resold or otherwise provided
by Purchaser to someone else, this Limited Warranty will
not thereafter apply, and Purchaser is solely responsible
for any and all warranty claims.
WARRANTY PERIOD. The Limited Warranty will be
effective from the date of purchase or initial installation,
whichever is earlier, and will continue for the period set
forth below (“Warranty Period”). Any Limited Warranty
claims must be made within thirty (30) days after Purchaser is aware of the alleged non-conformity and, in
any event, within the applicable Warranty Period. ANY
CLAIMS AFTER SUCH PERIOD WILL BE BARRED.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY.
Motor: The 24 Volt DC motor under normal use will be
free from defects in material and workmanship for as
long as the Purchaser occupies the residence in which
the Product was first installed (“Residence”); provided
the Product is installed in accordance with the applicable
Sommer installation manual.
Parts: Track, chain, circuit boards and hardware will
be free from defects in material and workmanship for a
period of six (6) years.
Product Accessories (transmitter, wall station, safety sensors, etc.) will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of two (2) years.
Spare Parts: Sommer intends to have spare parts
available for a period of ten (10) years from the date of
purchase.
EXCLUSIONS. The Limited Warranty does not apply to:
• Consumables and replaceable parts which routinely
wear out over time such as LEDs, batteries and fuses.
• Programming of any remote control devices.
• Damage to the Product or Product Accessories
caused: (i) during or after delivery; (ii) by normal wear
and tear; (iii) by use under circumstances exceeding
Sommer’s specifications or limitations or contrary to any
instructions or information contained in Sommer’s installation, operating or maintenance manuals (as supple-
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mented from time to time by Sommer); (iv) by unauthorized or improper repair or alteration; (v) by non-original
equipment manufacturer spare parts or components; (vi)
by failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance; (vii) by improper storage, handling, installation
or use; (viii) by corrosion, erosion, abrasion or similar
causes; (ix) by accident or neglect; (x) by events or
causes beyond Sommer’s reasonable control, including
disaster and acts of God; and (xi) by the garage door,
garage door hardware (including, but not limited to,
springs, locks, rollers, tracks, hinges, alignment of tracks,
or alignment of hinges), and other parts not supplied by
the manufacturer.
• Purchases of Product and Product Accessories outside
the United States.
HOW TO RECEIVE SERVICE. In order for the Limited
Warranty to apply, and in order to be eligible for service
under this Limited Warranty, Purchaser MUST: (a) inspect
the Product and Product Accessories immediately upon
receipt as well as after installation and (b) within thirty
(30) days of the purchase of the Product either (i) return
the Warranty Registration Card attached below or (ii) register online at http://www.sommer-usa.com/warranty-registration. THE TIMELY RETURN OF THE WARRANTY
REGISTRATION CARD OR REGISTRATION OF THE
LIMITED WARRANTY ONLINE IS A CONDITION PRECEDENT TO OBTAINING COVERAGE UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
If problems exist with any Product or Product Accessories, first consult the troubleshooting section of the installation and operation manual or the online guide and tips
available at www.sommer-usa.com. If problems persist,
please call 1-877-766-6607 between the hours of 8:00
AM to 6:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday to
speak with a customer service technician or by writing to:
Sommer Service Center
1430 West Pointe Drive, Suite Q
Charlotte, NC 28214
Email: info@sommer-usa.com
If the customer service technician cannot solve the
problem over the phone, Purchaser may be directed to
remove and ship, both at Purchaser’s risk and expense,
the Product and/or Product Accessories to Sommer or an
authorized service center for diagnosis or repair, in which
case Purchaser will be provided with shipping information, packaging instructions and a return merchandise
authorization number. DO NOT SHIP THE PRODUCT
OR PRODUCT ACCESSORIES UNTIL
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16.Warranty terms and conditions
SOMMER ISSUES A RETURN AUTHORIZATION.
PURCHASER MUST PROVIDE A COPY OF THE
PURCHASE RECEIPT OR OTHER PROOF OF PURCHASE (INCLUDING THE DATE AND LOCATION OF
PURCHASE).
WHAT SOMMER WILL DO. As Purchaser’s sole and
exclusive remedy for any Product or Product Accessories which Sommer finds to be non-conforming and
covered by the Limited Warranty, Sommer will, at Sommer’s sole discretion, either: (a) repair the Product or
Product Accessories or (b) provide a replacement Product or Product Accessories at no charge, and ship the
repaired or replaced Product or Product Accessories to
the Purchaser pre-paid. Sommer reserves the right to
discontinue or make changes to any Product and Product
Accessory without notice. Sommer also reserves the
right to use either new or reconditioned parts or parts of
comparable quality and price to repair or replace nonconforming Products or Product Accessories covered by
the Limited Warranty.
Any replaced parts become Sommer’s property.
REPAIRS OR EXCHANGES PERFORMED UNDER
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DO NOT EXTEND THE
WARRANTY PERIOD. If Sommer determines that any
Product or Product Accessory is not covered by the Limited Warranty, Purchaser will be given a price quote for
the repair and return of the Product or Product Accessory.
Purchaser is responsible for all labor costs, including
reinstallation charges, associated with the installation of
the repaired or replaced Product or Product Accessory in
the Residence.
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS,
ARISING FROM OR RELATING TO THE USE OF,
INSTALLATION OF, DEFECT IN, INABILITY TO USE,
OR PROPERTY DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT, THE PRODUCT ACCESSORIES OR OTHERWISE,
EVEN IF SOMMER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF THOSE DAMAGES. Some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SOMMER’S LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY
OR OTHERWISE, EVER EXCEED THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF THE PRODUCT OR PRODUCT ACCESSORY AT ISSUE.
This Limited Warranty is the only warranty Sommer gives
to Purchaser. No dealer, distributor, sales representative, employee or other person is authorized to offer or
establish additional warranties or remedies or to expand
or otherwise modify this Limited Warranty.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to
state.
LIMITATIONS.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCT
AND PRODUCT ACCESSORIES, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE
RESPECTIVE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, AND NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES
WILL EXIST OR APPLY AFTER SUCH PERIOD FOR
THE PRODUCT AND PRODUCT ACCESSORIES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may
not apply to you.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SOMMER BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT, PUNITIVE OR SPECIAL DAMAGES,
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17.Product warranty registration card
SOMMER USA, Inc.
1430 West Pointe Drive, Suite Q
Charlotte, NC 28214
USA
Phone: +1-704-424-5787
Fax: +1-704-424-7699
info@sommer-usa.com
www.sommer-usa.com
TO REGISTER: / PARA REGISTRARSE: /
POUR VOUS ENREGISTRER :
1. Fill out Registration Form. / Llene
el formulario de registro. / Remplissez la
carte d´enregistrement.
2.Insert original or photocopy of your
receipt. / Inserte el original o fotocopia de
su recibo. / Placez l´original du reçu ou une
photocopie.
3. Seal Envelope. / Selle el sobre. / Collez
l´enveloppe.
4. Affix stamp. / Ponga la estampilla al
sobre / Affranchissez.
5. Mail to address on top of this page /
Deposite en el correo enviando a la dirección indicada en el sobre. / Envoyez à
l´adresse indiquée.
Please complete and return to validate your warranty* within 30 days or
register online at: www.sommer-usa.com
NAME / NOMBRE / NOM
ADRESS / DIRECTIÓN / ADRESSE
CITY / CIUDAD / VILLE
STATE / ESTADO / ÉTAT
ZIP / ZONA POSTAL / CODE POSTAL
ADDRESSPHONE /TELÉFONO / TÉL
PURCHASE DATE / FECHA DE COMPA / DATE DE´ ACHAT
E-MAIL ADDRESS / DIRECTIÒN DE CORREO ELECTÓNICO/ ADRESSE
ÉLECTRONIQUE
SERIAL # / SERIE # / SÉRIE #
□ HOMEOWNER
□ PROFFESSIONAL
INSTALADOR:
DUENO DE CASA
PROFESIONAL
INSTALLÉ PAR:
PRORIÉTAIRE
PROFESSIONNEL
INSTALLED BY:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS.
GRACIAS POR SU COMPRA. ESTAMOS ENCANTADO DE HABER HECHO
NEGOCIOS CON USTED.
MERCI POUR VOTRE COMMANDE. NOUS SOMMES HEUREUX D´AVOIR COLLABORÉ
AVEC VOUS.
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18.Brief instructions for installation
These brief instructions do not replace the installation
and operating manual.
Read this installation and operating manual carefully
and, most importantly, follow all warnings and safety
instructions.
This will ensure that you can install the product safely
and optimally.
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4
5
90°
90°
1/4"
3/16"
1/2"
3/8"
1/2"
2x
6
1
7
90°
90°
2
8
3
10
1/2“
9
“clic”
X
11
5 - 65 mm
min. 35 mm
“clic”
X
12
13
21
14
15
23
16
17
4" - 28"
(100 mm - 700 mm)
25
22
> 3/16''
X
24
15
½
1/2"
1/2"
18
26
CK
BA NTEN
HI
½
“clic”
19
27
20
28
29
“clic”
19.Connection diagrams and functions of the
DIP switches
Abb. connetion plate
Fig. Connetion plate
celling control unit
wh
gn
+12 V
wall
station
button
optional
8K2
optional
OSE
COM
TX
RX
Signal
12 V/max.100 mA
power supply for external equipmant
br
carriage *
24 V AC
gn
+
track
12 34
12 34
12 34
12 34
ON
ON
ON
ON
DIP switches
on the carriage
ON
•Automatic
closing function activated
•Partial opening activated
/ Lighting
function deactivated
OFF
•Automatic
closing function deactivated
•Partial opening deactivated / Lighting
function
activated
DIP switches
on the ceiling
control unit
ON
1234
ON
1234
ON
1234
rt
-
chain
120 V AC
L`
Transformator
120 V AC
N` N
L
power supply
OFF
ON
•Button 1 defined •T1 pulse sedoor OPEN
quence
•Button 2 defined •T2 partial opendoor CLOSE
ing
•Warning light
•Warning light
lights during
flashes while
door movement
door is moving.
and if the door is
not closed *
•Continuous
•Power-saving
power to the
mode active
completesystem
active
ON
1234
•COM and Signal
activated as button input (partial
opening)
•COM and Signal
activated as
safety contact
for safety eye
*Door status display
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SOMMER Antriebs- und Funktechnik GmbH
Hans-Böckler-Straße 21-27
73230 Kirchheim/Teck
Germany
Telefon: +49 (0) 7021 8001-0
Fax: +49 (0) 7021 8001-100
info@sommer.eu
www.sommer.eu
Sommer USA, Inc.
1430 West Pointe Drive, Suite Q
Charlotte, NC 28214
United States of America
Tel +1 170-424-5787
Fax +1 704-424-7699
Mail info@sommer-usa.com
www.sommer-usa.com
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