FAAC 400 Swing Gate Motor Manual

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732871 - Rev. B
Contents
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINES
WARNINGS FOR THE INSTALLER
......................................................................................................... p. 10
1. DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1. DIMENSIONS
......................................................................... p. 10
............................................................................ p. 11
......................................................................................................................... p. 11
2. ELECTRIC DEVICES (standard system)
........................................................................................... p. 11
3. INSTALLING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM
............................................................................................. p. 12
3.1. PRELIMINARY CHECKS
.......................................................................................................... p. 12
3.2. INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
.................................................................................................. p. 12
3.2.1. GENERAL RULES FOR DETERMINING THE INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
3.3. INSTALLATION OF THE OPERATORS
4. START-UP
............................ p. 12
........................................................................................ p. 12
....................................................................................................................................... p. 14
4.1. ADJUSTING THE ANTI-CRUSHING SYSTEM
5. FINAL OPERATIONS
....................................................................................................................... p. 14
6. AUTOMATED SYSTEM TEST
7. MANUAL OPERATION
............................................................................... p. 14
.............................................................................................................. p. 15
.................................................................................................................... p. 15
8. RESTORING NORMAL OPERATION MODE
....................................................................................... p. 15
9. SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR SWING LEAF GATES
........................................................................... p. 15
9.1. OPENING TOWARD THE OUTSIDE, WITH OPERATOR INSTALLED INSIDE
10. MAINTENANCE
11. REPAIRS
.................................... p. 15
............................................................................................................................. p. 16
....................................................................................................................................... p. 16
12. TROUBLESHOOTING
..................................................................................................................... p. 16
Read this instruction manual to the letter before you begin to install the product.
Symbol
highlights notes that are important for people’s safety and for the good condition of the automated system.
Symbol
draws your attention to the notes about the product’s characteristics or operation.
FAAC S.p.A.
Via Benini, 1
40069 Zola Predosa (BO) - ITALIA
Tel.: 051/61724 - Fax: 051/758518
www.faac.it
732871 Rev. B
9
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINES
(DIRECTIVE 98/37/EC)
Manufacturer:
FAAC S.p.A.
Address:
Via Benini, 1 - 40069 Zola Predosa BOLOGNA - ITALY
Declares that:
400 mod. operator,
• is built to be integrated into a machine or to be assembled with other machinery to create a machine under the
provisions of Directive 98/37/EC;
• conforms to the essential safety requirements of the following EEC directives:
73/23/EEC and subsequent amendment 93/68/EEC.
89/336/EEC and subsequent amendment 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC
and also declares that it is prohibited to put into service the machinery until the machine in which it will be
integrated or of which it will become a component has been identified and declared as conforming to the
conditions of Directive 98/37/EC.
Bologna, 01 January 2005
The Managing Director
A. Bassi
WARNINGS FOR THE INSTALLER
GENERAL SAFETY OBLIGATIONS
13) Make sure that a differential switch with threshold of 0.03 A is fitted
upstream of the system.
1) ATTENTION! To ensure the safety of people, it is important that you read
all the following instructions. Incorrect installation or incorrect use of
the product could cause serious harm to people.
14) Make sure that the earthing system is perfectly constructed, and
connect metal parts of the means of the closure to it.
2) Carefully read the instructions before beginning to install the product.
15) The safety devices (EN 12978 standard) protect any danger areas
against mechanical movement Risks, such as crushing, dragging,
and shearing.
3) Do not leave packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.) within reach
of children as such materials are potential sources of danger.
4) Store these instructions for future reference.
16) Use of at least one indicator-light (e.g. FAACLIGHT ) is recommended
for every system, as well as a warning sign adequately secured to the
frame structure, in addition to the devices mentioned at point “15”.
5) This product was designed and built strictly for the use indicated in this
documentation. Any other use, not expressly indicated here, could
compromise the good condition/operation of the product and/or be a
source of danger.
17) FAAC declines all liability as concerns safety and efficient operation
of the automated system, if system components not produced by
FAAC are used.
6) FAAC declines all liability caused by improper use or use other than that
for which the automated system was intended.
18) For maintenance, strictly use original parts by FAAC.
7) Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere: the presence
of inflammable gas or fumes is a serious danger to safety.
19) Do not in any way modify the components of the automated system.
8) The mechanical parts must conform to the provisions of Standards EN
12604 and EN 12605.
For non-EU countries, to obtain an adequate level of safety, the Standards
mentioned above must be observed, in addition to national legal
regulations.
20) The installer shall supply all information concerning manual operation
of the system in case of an emergency, and shall hand over to the
user the warnings handbook supplied with the product.
9) FAAC is not responsible for failure to observe Good Technique in the
construction of the closing elements to be motorised, or for any
deformation that may occur during use.
22) Keep remote controls or other pulse generators away from children,
to prevent the automated system from being activated involuntarily.
10) The installation must conform to Standards EN 12453 and EN 12445.
For non-EU countries, to obtain an adequate level of safety, the
Standards mentioned above must be observed, in addition to national
legal regulations.
24) The user must not attempt any kind of repair or direct action whatever
and contact qualified personnel only.
21) Do not allow children or adults to stay near the product while it is
operating.
23) Transit through the leaves is allowed only when the gate is fully open.
25) Maintenance: check at least every 6 months the efficiency of the
system, particularly the efficiency of the safety devices (including,
where foreseen, the operator thrust force) and of the release devices.
11) Before attempting any job on the system, cut out electrical power .
12) The mains power supply of the automated system must be fitted with an
all-pole switch with contact opening distance of 3mm or greater. Use
of a 6A thermal breaker with all-pole circuit break is recommended.
26) Anything not expressly specified in these instructions is not permitted.
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AUTOMATED SYSTEM 400
These instructions apply to the following models:
400 CBC - 400 CBAC - 400 SB - 400 SBS - 400 CBACR 400 CBAC long - 400 SB long.
1.1. DIMENSIONS
The FAAC 400 automated system for swing leaf gates consists of
an enbloc composed of an electric pump and a hydraulic
piston which transmits drive to the leaf.
The models with a hydraulic locking do not require installation
of electric locks, as they guarantee mechanical locking of the
leaf when the motor is not operating.
The models without a hydraulic locking, require the installation
of electric locks to ensure the leaf is mechanically locked.
Fig. 2
The 400 automated systems were designed and built to automate
swing leaf gates. Do not use for any other purpose.
1. DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATOR TYPE
Electric motor
Release lock
Hydraulic piston
Cylinder
By-pass valves
Gerotor pump
Electrical cable bend
guard
LONG
1031
1285
A
OVERALL
DIMENSIONS
B
DISTANCE BETWEEN
ATTACHMENTS
700
820
C
EFFECTIVE STROKE
260
380
2. ELECTRIC DEVICES (standard system)
STANDARD
Fig. 3
Front attachment
Housing
Emergency release
Rear attachment
Fig. 1
Tab. 1: Technical specifications of “400 Operator”
CBC CBAC SB
SBS CBACR CBAC LN SB LN
Traction/thrust force
max (daN)
MODEL
620
620
620
775
465
465
465
Rod effective stroke (mm)
260
260
260 260
260
380
380
Rod linear speed (cm/s)
1
1
1
0.75
1.5
1.5
1.5
Operator weight (Kg)
8.6
8.6
8.6
8.6
8.6
10
10
Use frequency (cycles/hour)
70
70
70
60
80
50
50
1.5
Pump flow-rate (l/min)
1
1
1
0.75
1.5
1.5
Hydraulic locking
(1)
(2)
/
/
(2)
(2)
/
Leaf maximum length (m)
2.20
2.20
4
7
2.20
2.20
2.50
Power supply
230 Vac (+6% -10%) / 50 Hz.
Absorbed power (W)
220
Absorbed current (A)
1
Electric motor (rpm)
1400 - 4 poles
Thermal protection
on winding
120 °C
Thrust capacitor
Operating ambient
temperature
Protection class
Operators mod. 400
(provide a connector block for each operator)
Photocells
Electronic control unit
Key operated push-button T 10
Radio receiver
Flashing light
Electric lock (if necessary)
1)
2)
8uF / 400 V.
- 20°C + 55 °C
IP55
(1) Closing - (2) Opening and closing
11
To lay the electrical cables, use adequate rigid
and/or flexible pipes.
Always separate the connection cables of the
low voltage accessories from the 230 V power
cables. Use separate sheaths to avoid any type
of interference.
3.2.1 GENERAL RULES FOR DETERMINING THE
INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
3. INSTALLING THE AUTOMATED SYSTEM
3.1. PRELIMINARY CHECKS
If the dimensions indicated in table A or B cannot be executed,
the following must be considered in order to determine different
measurements:
- to obtain 90° opening of the leaf: a + b = c.
To ensure a correctly operating automated system, the structure
of the existing gate or gate to be built must satisfy the following
requirements:
• Max length of leaves according to the dimensions of Table 1.
• A strong and rigid leaf structure.
• Smooth, uniform leaves movement, without any irregular
friction during the entire travel;
• Existing hinges in good condition.
• Travel limit mechanical stops must be provided.
We advise you to carry out the metalwork jobs before installing
the automated system.
The condition of the structure directly influences the reliability
and safety of the automated system.
-
to obtain over 90° opening of the leaf: a + b < c.
-
lower a and b dimensions will result in higher speeds. We
advise you to observe the current legal regulations;
-
limit the difference of the a and b dimensions to within 40
mm: higher differences will considerably vary speed during
the opening and closing motion;
-
for reasons of operator dimensions, the minimum Z dimension
is 50 mm (Fig. 4);
-
if the pilaster dimensions or the position of the hinge
(dimension d) do not make it possible to contain dimension
a to the required size, a niche must be made in the pilaster
as shown in Fig. 5;
-
dimension a must always be larger than dimension E.
3.2. INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
Fig. 4
dimensions in mm
For installations opening toward the outside, refer to paragraph
9.1.
Lo
(1)
200 mm
=1200 mm.
0 mm. - length
Standard=96
y Standard 75 mm.
y length 100 mm.
S <0
(2)
S =0
S >0
Table A: Recommended dimensions for standard operators
Opening
angle
a
(mm)
b
(mm)
c(*)
(mm)
d(**)
(mm)
(1) Length of dimension “a” - 50 mm.
(2) Length of dimension “b” + 100 mm.
s
(mm)
90°
130
130
260
80
20
115°
100
120
260
50
20
125°
90
120
260
40
0
3.3. INSTALLATION OF THE OPERATORS
1)
(*) Rod effective stroke (**) maximum dimension
Table B: Recommended dimensions for long operators
Opening
angle
a
(mm)
b
(mm)
c(*)
(mm)
d(**)
(mm)
s
(mm)
90°
200
160
380
150
20
115°
170
160
380
110
20
125°
130
170
380
80
20
Fig. 5
(*) Rod effective stroke (**) maximum dimension
c = The effective rod stroke is shorter than the maximum stroke,
in order to prevent the rod from reaching its stop point
internally, during the opening and closing stages.
12
Fasten the rear attachment on the pilaster, following the
indications in Tables A/B. Modify, if necessary, the length
of the supplied attachment.
Attention: To avoid compromising good operator
functionality, we recommend you to respect the
indicated dimensions.
• For iron pilasters, accurately weld the rear attachment
(ref., Fig. 6) directly on the pilaster.
• For masonry pilasters, select one of the following solutions:
A) appropriately lay a walling-in plate and then
accurately weld the rear attachment.
B) secure, with screws and expansion plugs, the rear
attachment plate (ref. a, Fig.6) to the pilaster and
then accurately weld the rear attachment to the
plate as shown in Fig. 6.
2)
Secure the operator to the rear attachment with the
supplied screws (Fig. 6).
3)
Screw, halfway down, the front attachment onto the rod
(ref. Fig.8) and tighten with the supplied nut.
4)
Fig. 8
Release the operator (see chapter 7).
5)
Fully remove the rod to its stop point and make it recede
by about 5 mm (Fig.7).
Fig. 6
attachment to prevent welding waste from damaging it
(Fig.10).
A)
B)
Fig. 7
We advise you to grease all the securing pins of
the attachments.
If welding is impossible, the plates of the front and
rear attachments are designed to be secured
with screws if necessary.
12)
Prepare the protective housing and fit it on the operator
as shown in Fig. 11.
Fit the electric cable bend guard (ref., Fig. 12).
13)
Re-lock the operator and make the electrical
connections of the selected electronic control unit
following the relevant instructions.
Fig. 9
6)
Relock the operator (see chapter 8).
7)
Fit the front attachment onto the rod (ref. Fig. 8)
8)
Close the gate leaf and, keeping the operator perfectly
horizontal, find the position of the front attachment (Fig.
9) on the leaf.
9)
Fig. 10
Provisionally fix the front attachment on the leaf with
two weld spots, protecting the rod against any welding
waste.
If the gate structure does not permit the
attachment to be firmly fastened, take action
on the structure, creating a solid support base.
10)
Release the operator and manually check if the gate is
free to open completely stopping on the travel limit
mechanical stops and if leaf movement is good and
friction- free.
11)
Definitively weld the front attachment on the leaf.
To do this, temporarily release the operator from the
13
Fig. 11
Fig. 13
햲
햳
4. START-UP
- Connect the power cable of the operator (Fig.14A).
- Fasten the screws (Fig. 14A).
4.1. ADJUSTING THE ANTI-CRUSHING SYSTEM
The 400 automated system has an anti-crushing safety device
which limits the operator's force if an obstacle is encountered
while the gate is moving. To adjust the intervention threshold of
the anti-crushing system, temporarily open the release unit.
- Lift the protective plug (Fig. 13, ref. 햲) and fit the supplied key
(Fig. 13, ref. 햳).
- Turn the key 90°clockwise to open the cover.
- Lift up the cover (Fig. 14).
- Back off the screw (Fig. 14, ref. 햴) which secures the knob, and
withdraw the knob (Fig. 14, ref. 햵).
- Turn the force adjustment screws (By-Pass) (Fig. 14, ref. 햶 and
햷) on the operator.
- OPEN screw (green wording) : gate opening direction.
- CLOSE screw (red wording) : gate closing direction.
- To reduce torque, turn the screws anti-clockwise.
- To increase torque, turn the screws clockwise.
- When you have finished adjusting, re-position the knob (Fig. 14,
ref. 햵) and fasten the screw (Fig. 14, ref. 햴).
- Close the cover and lock it by turning the key anti-clockwise.
To adjust the torque limiters, consult Standards EN 12453 and EN
12445 for EU member countries and current legal regulations in
the other countries.
햴
햵
햶
햷
5. FINAL OPERATIONS
Finish the installation operations as follows:
- Close the cover of the release device with the key.
- Remove the breather screw (Fig.12, ref. 햳)
Fig. 14
Fig. 12
햴
햳
Fig. 14A
14
6. AUTOMATED SYSTEM TEST
When you have finished installing, apply the danger signal sticker
on the side of the operator so that it is clearly visible (Fig.15).
Run an accurate functional check of the automated system
and of all the accessories connected to it, especially the safety
devices. Hand the “User’s Guide” to the Client, explain correct
operation and use of the operator, and indicate the potentially
dangerous areas of the automated system.
UNLOCK
LOCK
Fig. 15
9.
Fig. 16
SPECIAL APPLICATIONS FOR SWING LEAF GATES
9.1.OPENING TOWARD THE OUTSIDE, WITH OPERATOR
INSTALLED INSIDE (Fig. 17)
For this special application, refer to Table 1, and select the
STANDARD operator according to leaf length.
For leaves with a length of up to 2.2 m, we advise you to use the
CBAC STANDARD operators.
For leaves longer than 2.2 m, we advise you to use only operators
without the hydraulic locking, externally installing the ground
level electric lock too. The installation dimensions are shown in
table C.
Instructions to adjust the anti-crushing system for outward opening
gates only, contrary to what we indicated in paragraph 4.1:
- OPEN screw (green wording) : gate closing direction.
- CLOSE screw (red wording) : gate opening direction.
- To reduce torque, turn the screws anti-clockwise.
- To increase torque, turn the screws clockwise.
7. MANUAL OPERATION
If the gate has to be moved manually due to a power cut or
fault of the automated system, use the release device as follows:
- Lift the protective plug (Fig. 16, ref. ) and fit the supplied key
(Fig. 16, ref. ).
- Turn the key 90°clockwise to open the cover.
- Lift up the cover (Fig. 16 ref. ).
- Turn the release knob anti-clockwise for about two turns (Fig.
16, ref. ).
- Open or close the leaf manually.
8.
Fig. 17
RESTORING NORMAL OPERATION MODE
To prevent an involuntary pulse from activating the operator
during the manoeuvre, cut power to the system before re-locking
the operator.
- To re-lock the operator, turn the release knob clockwise until it
stops (Fig. 16, ref. ).
- Close the cover and turn the key 90° anti-clockwise (Fig. 16, ref. ).
- Finally, remove the key and close the protective plug
(Fig. 16, ref. ).
dimensions in mm
Table C: Recommended dimensions for standard operators
Opening
angle
a
(mm)
b
(mm)
s
(mm)
c(*)
(mm)
90°
100
90
0
50
190
90°
110
100
0
60
210
90°
120
110
0
70
230
130
120
0
80
250
90°
(*) Rod effective stroke
15
d(**)
(mm)
(**) maximum dimension
10. MAINTENANCE
Fig. 18
3 cm.
Run a functional check of the system at least every 6 months,
with special attention to the efficiency of the safety and release
devices (Including the thrust force of the operator), and to
perfect operation of the gate hinges.
Also, periodically check quantity of oil inside the tank.
Oil level check instructions:
- Cut power to the system.
- Position the operator vertically, with the rear flange high up.
- Remove the oil filling plug.
- Insert a screwdriver until it comes into contact with the electric
motor as shown in Fig. 18.
- Remove the screwdriver and check oil level as shown in Fig. 18.
USE ONLY FAAC HP FLUID OIL
Periodically check correct adjustment of the anti-crushing safety
device (BY-PASS) and the efficiency of the release system to
allow manual operation (see relevant paragraph).
The safety devices installed on the system must be checked
every 6 months.
11. REPAIRS
For any repairs, contact FAAC’s authorised Repair Centres.
12. TROUBLESHOOTING
The following table will help you identify and solve some particular conditions.
CONDITION
SUGGESTION
A
Gate not moving.
- Check if mains power is supplied.
- Make sure that the operator is not unlocked. (chapter 8.).
- Check the adjustment of the anti-crushing system (paragraph 4.1).
- Check oil level inside the tank. (chapter 10 - Fig. 18).
- Check the connection and operation of the thrust capacitor.
- Check the efficiency of the electronic control unit.
B
Gate moving slowly.
- Check the adjustment of the anti-crushing system (paragraph 4.1).
C
Gate moving jogwise.
- Make sure that you have removed the breather screw (chapter 5).
- Run some complete gate opening and closing cycles, in order to release any air
inside the piston.
- An initial, minimum oil leak is normal. A larger leak may occur if the operator is
D The operator is losing oil from the breather screw. not fitted in a perfectly horizontal plane. If the oil leak does not stop soon, we
advise you to visit an authorised repair centre.
E
The leaves stop at slow-down.
F
Gate speed not constant.
- Check the adjustment of the anti-crushing system (paragraph 4.1).
- Incorrect installation dimensions (paragraph 3.2).
Notes
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USER’S GUIDE
AUTOMATED SYSTEM 400
Read the instructions carefully before using the product and
store them for future use
The other models, without a hydraulic locking always require
one or more electric locks to ensure the leaf is mechanically
locked.
Leaves of up to 7 mt can be automated depending on the
selected model.
The functioning of the operators is controlled by an electronic
control unit, housed in an enclosure with adequate degree of
protection against atmosphere agents.
The leaves are normally closed.
When the electronic control unit receives an opening command
from the radio control or any other pulse generator, it activates
the hydraulic appliance which rotates the leaves until they
reach the opening position to allow access.
If automatic mode was set, the leaves close automatically after
selected pause time has elapsed.
If the semi-automatic mode was set, a second pulse must be
sent to close the leaf again.
A stop pulse (if supplied) always stops movement.
For details on the behaviour of the automated system in different
function logics, consult the installer.
Automated systems include safety devices (photocells) that
prevent the leaves from moving when there is an obstacle in the
area they protect.
The 400 automated system is supplied standard with a hydraulic
anti-crush protection safety device (BY-PASS) which limits the
torque transmitted to the leaves.
The warning-light indicates the current leaf movement.
GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
If correctly installed and used, the 400 automated system ensures
a high degree of safety.
Some simple rules on behaviour can prevent accidental trouble:
- Do not pass between the leaves when they are moving.
Wait for the leaves to open fully before passing through them.
- Do not, on any account stay in between the leaves.
- Do not stand near the automated system, and do not allow
children, persons or things to do so, especially when it is
operating.
- Keep remote controls or other pulse generators away from
children, to prevent the automated system from being
activated involuntarily.
- Do not allow children to play with the automated system.
- Do not willingly obstruct leaves movement.
- Prevent any branches or shrubs from interfering with leaves
movement.
- Keep indicator-lights efficient and easy to see.
- Do not attempt to activate the leaves by hand unless you
have released them.
- In the event of malfunctions, release the leaves to allow
access and wait for qualified technical personnel to do the
necessary work.
- When you have set manual operation mode, cut power to
the system before restoring normal operation.
- Do not in any way modify the components of the automated
system.
- Do not attempt any kind of repair of direct action whatever
and contact qualified personnel only.
- At least every six months: arrange a check by qualified
personnel of the automated system, safety devices and
earth connection.
MANUAL OPERATION
If the gate has to be moved manually due to a power cut or
fault of the automated system, the release unit must be
temporarily opened (fig.1).
- Remove the protective plug and insert the supplied key.
- Turn the key 90°clockwise to open the cover.
- Lift up the cover.
- Turn the release knob anti-clockwise for about two turns.
Open or close the leaf manually.
N.B.: IN MODELS WITHOUT THE LOCKS, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO
MANUALLY RELEASE THE ELECTRIC LOCK.
DESCRIPTION
These instructions apply to the following models:
400 CBC - 400 SB - 400 SBS - 400 CBAC - 400 CBACR 400 CBAC long - 400 SB long.
The FAAC 400 automated system for swing leaf gates consists of
a hydraulic enbloc composed of an electric pump and a
hydraulic piston which transmits drive to the leaf.
The models with a hydraulic locking do not require installation
of an electric lock, as they guarantee mechanical locking of
the leaf when the motor is not operating.
RESTORING NORMAL OPERATION MODE
Before re-locking the operator, cut power to the system. Turn the
release knob clockwise until it stops.
Close the cover and turn the key 90° anti-clockwise. Finally,
remove the key and close the protective plug.
CLOSE
UNLOCK
OPEN
LOCK
Fig. 1
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FAAC400
Attuatore
SERIAL NUMBER
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Indication of residual risks and of foreseeable improper use
Other device
Other device
Flashing lamp
Radio control
Control device 2
Control device 1
Pair of photocells 2
Pair of photocells 1
Safety device 2
Safety device 1
MODEL
PART
Installation technician________________________________________________
Customer___________________________________________________________________
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