CONTENTS
Important Safety Recommendations...…………………………….……………………………..1
Product Description & Features..............................................................................................2
Pre-Installation Recommendations ........................................................................................3
Installation (Wall Bracket & Door Bracket) .............................................................................3
Installation (Steel Track)………………………………………….…………………………….…..4
Installation (Sectional Steel Track Assembly).........................................................................5
Battery backup Assembly (optional)..............................................................6
Programming Instructions....................................................................................................7-8
Terminal Introduction and Application..................................................................................9-10
Manual Disengagement........................................................................................................11
Maintenance……………………………………………………………………………………….11
Technical specifications……………………………………………………………………….....12-13
Parts Listing…………………………………...........................................................................14
Common Fault & Solutions ..................................................................................................15
IMPORTANT SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH AND / OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
1. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND ADHERE TO ALL SAFETY AND INSTALLATION
RECOMMENDATIONS.
2. The opener is designed and manufactured to meet local regulations. The installer must be
familiar with local regulations required in respect of the installation of the opener.
3. Unqualified personnel or those persons who do not know the occupational health and
safety standards being applicable to automatic gates and other doors, must in no
circumstances carry out installations or implement systems.
4. Persons who install or service the equipment without observing all the applicable safety
standards will be responsible for any damage, injury, cost, expense or claim whatsoever
any person suffered as a result of failure to install the system correctly and in accordance
with the relevant safety standards and installation manual whether directly or indirectly.
5. For additional safety we strongly recommend the inclusion of Photo Beam. Although the
opener incorporates a pressure sensitive Safety Obstruction Force system the addition of
Photo Beam will greatly enhance the operating safety of an automatic garage door and
provide additional peace of mind.
6. Make sure that the garage door is fully open & stationary before driving in or out of the
garage.
7. Make sure the garage door is fully closed & stationary before leaving.
8. Keep hands and loose clothing off the opener and garage door all the time.
9. The Safety Obstruction System is designed to work on STATIONARY objects only.
Serious personal injury, death and / or property damage may occur if the garage door
comes into contact with a moving object
10. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
11.
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist. Check with your local authority or retailer for recycling
advice.
12. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
- WARNING: Important safety instructions. It is important for the safety of persons to follow
all instructions. Save these instructions.
- Do not allow children to play with door controls. Keep remote controls away from children.
- Watch the moving door and keep people away until the door is completely opened or
closed.
- Take care when operating the manual release since an open door may fall rapidly due to
weak or broken springs, or being out of balance.
- Frequently examine the installation, in particular check cables, springs and mountings for
signs of wear, damage or imbalance. Do not use if repair or adjustment is needed since a
fault in the installation or an incorrectly balanced door may cause injury.
- Each month check that the drive reverses when the door contacts a 50 mm high object
placed on the floor. Adjust if necessary and recheck since an incorrect adjustment may
present a hazard, for drives incorporating an entrapment protection system depending on
contact with the bottom edge of the door.
- Details on how to use the manual release.
- Information concerning the adjustment of the door and drive.
- Disconnect the supply when cleaning or carrying out other maintenance.
- The installation instructions shall include details for the installation of the drive and its
associated components.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION & FEATURES
1. Automatic safety reverse
Automatic stop / automatic reverse are controlled by our software of circuit boards. We are
circumspect to protect your children, pet or other goods.
2. Soft start / Soft stop
Ramping speed up and down at the start and end of each cycle reduces stress on the door
and opener for longer life, and makes for quieter operations.
3. Auto-Close
Auto- Close ensures peace of mind and keeps your house secure by automatically closing the
door upon entering or exiting the garage.
4. Self learning open and close obstruction force
The amount of opener power for different stages of the door’s travel is learnt during setup and
is constantly re-profiled. Opener force measurement automatically adjustment in a suitable
range.
5. Electronic limit, simple adjustment.
You only need control the limit setup from control panels to adjust it exactly, the simple and
quick process for any peoples.
6. Available terminal for Photo beams & Extra receivers & Wire or wireless wall switch &
Caution light & Pass door protection device.
7. Energy saving - L.E.D courtesy light
3 minutes L.E.D light delay, switching on with each cycle to illuminate your darkened garage.
8. Battery backup available
Openers could be supplied power with our battery backup once the power failure at your
home.
9. Self-Lock in gear motors
Force gear motors will self-lock with our disengagement systems.
10. Manual release
Don't worry about the power failure, the manual release system is a solution for operation the
door at any time.
11. Transmitter technology
19
Rolling Code technology (7.38 x 10
Combinations), 433.92 Mhz frequency, 4 channels
design to ensure you can control 4 different doors with one transmitter.
12. Lower headroom
With as little as 30mm required between the ceiling and the highest point of the door travel, the
opener can be flush mounted for low headroom applications.
13. Metal bottom plate, stronger and security.
14. Up / Down moving operation buttons (UP / DOWN)
15. External mains power fuse (B)
(picture blew)
Moving UP
Moving DOWN
B
PRE-INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS
1. Garage door must be able to be lifted and closed easily by hand and without much effort. A
well balanced & sprung door is critical for proper installation.
2. The garage door opener can’t compensate for a badly installed garage door and should
not be used as a solution for a “hard to open” door.
3. If the unit is being installed on an existing door, make sure any existing locking devices are
removed or warranty will be void.
4. An approved outlet must be installed near where the opener is begin installed.
5. There should be a minimum gap of 30mm between the bottom of the chain drive rail and
the top of the garage door at its closest point. (refer to Fig 1.)
Important note: As for additional safety rules, we strongly recommends the fitting of Photo
Electric safety beams on all installations.
Figure 1
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Mount Wall Bracket and Door Bracket (Fig2)
Wall Bracket - Close the garage door and measure the
garage door width at the top and mark the centre. Locate and
mount the wall bracket 2cm-15cm above the door on the
inside wall.
(Depend on the actual installation space).
Door Bracket – Fix the door bracket to a structural part of the
door as close to the top edge as possible.
Figure 2
Installation (Steel Track)
Figure 3
STEP1 (Fig.3)
Attach the opener head to the steel track. Assembly the 2 “U” Hanging brack ets
with 6mm nuts supplied.
STEP2 (Fig.3)
Place the steel track and opener head assembly centrally on the garage floor, with
the open head furthest away from the door. Lift the front of the track up to the door
bracket. Insert the pivot pin and secure it with the split pin supplied.
STEP3 (Fig.3, Fig.4)
Lift and support the opener head (with a ladder) so it is
positioned centrally and level. Fix the opener and track
on ceiling by Iron bracket A & B.
WARNING: Do not allow children around the do or,
opener or supporting ladder serious injury and/or
damage may result from failure to follow this warning.
STEP4 (Fig.3, Fig.5)
Fix the shuttle to assembled by 4pcs 6x23 screws, and
then slide the shuttle towards the closed garage door.
Select and attach the straight arm and bend arm.
Position and bolt the arms to the top edge of the door
using the bolts supplied.
STEP5
Lift the garage door until the shuttle locks into the
drive chain/belt.
Now, ready to program the openers.
Sectional Steel Track Assembly
2 Parts Steel Track
A:1500 mm
B:1500 mm
Sleeve
3 Parts Steel Track
D:1000 mm
C:1000 mm
E:1000 mm
Sleeve
Sleeve
1. 2-Parts Track:
As Fig.6, slide the A rail into the sleeve, slide the B rail into the sleeve.
3-Parts Track:
As Fig.7, slide the C rail into the sleeve, slide the D rail into the sleeve; slide the E rail into
the sleeve.
2. Cut the plastic thread; pull the screw rod along with inner chain to the end rail position
(Fig.8)
F
F
3. As Fig.9, release the nut & spring.
4. Tight the nut to the right position as shown in Fig.10, cut the plastic tape, cut the plastic
thread on sprocket, then whole rail assembled finished.
Battery backup Assembly (optional)
Option 1 - Top Fixed
STEP1 (Fig.11)
Assemble the battery & battery bracket like the photo, fix b y screws supplied.
STEP2 (Fig.12)
Join the battery to opener, find the Fig.12.
Figure 11
Figure 12
Option 2 - Side Fixed
STEP1 (Fig.13)
Assemble the battery & battery bracket like the photo, fix by screws supplied.
STEP2 (Fig.14)
Join the battery to opener, find the Fig.14.
Figure 14
Figure 13
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
1. PROGRAMMING OPEN & CLOSE LIMITS
a) Press and hold SET Button until 1 appears on the display
then release the button.
The door opener is now in Programming Mode.
b) Press and hold the UP until the door reaches the desired
open position.
NOTE: Fine adjustments can be made by toggling UP &DOWN
buttons
c) Now press the SET button to confirm the position. The
display will now indicate the number 2.
d) Next press and hold the DOWN button until the door
reaches the desired close position. For fine adjustments
toggle UP & DOWN buttons.
e) Now press the SET button to confirm the close position.
CAUTION: The door will now cycle open and close to set the
travel limits and force sensitivity adjustments. The door
is now set for normal operation.
2. PROGRAMMING HAND TRANSMITTERS
NOTE: Hand transmitters that are supplied with the door opener
are pre-programmed.
a) Press the CODE button. A dot will be indicated in the corner
of the display.
b) Now press the button on the hand transmitter you want to
use, pause for 2 seconds, then press the same button on
the hand transmitter again for 2 seconds.
The dot on the display will flash to confirm the code, then turn off.
Re- peat the process for additional remotes that need to be
stored.
3. DELETING STORED HAND TRANSMITTERS
Press and hold CODE button until a C is indicated on the display.
All stored remotes will be deleted.
4. OBSTRUCTION FORCE ADJUSTMENT
CAUTION: the obstruction force adjustment is set automatically
during programming. Normally no adjustment is necessary.
Increase Force
a) Press and hold the SET button until 3 appears on the
display then release the button.
The unit is now in force adjustment mode.
b) Press the UP button to increase the force setting or the
DOWN button to decrease the force setting. The
Maximum force is 9 and the minimum is 1.
c) Press SET to confirm your setting
Decrease Force
Increase A/C time
NOTE: The force is set on 3 as standard in factory.
5. AUTOMATIC CLOSING
NOTE: We recommend that Safety Photo Beams be used in any
installation where the Auto Close function is enabled.
a) Press and hold UP button until a horizontal bar is indicated
Auto Close enabled
on the display. Now press UP button once to set the auto
Decrease A/C time
close time (in minutes).
b) Press UP button to increase the time, or DOWN button to
decrease the time.
The Maximum time is 9 minutes. To disable Auto Close, set
Auto Close disabled
time to zero (0).
c) Press SET button to confirm the set.
6. PHOTO ELECTRIC SAFETY BEAM
NOTE: Make sure the photo beam has been correctly installed
and use Normally Closed contacts to the accessory terminals of
the opener (Fig. 15, Fig.16)
Also note that the photo beam function must be disabled if
Photo Beam enabled
NO photo beams are fitted, otherwise the door cannot be
closed, and the LED will blink once time as an indication.
a) Press and hold the DOWN button until 11 appears on the
display. To enable the photo beam option press UP again,
the display will indicate a H(enabled) or press DOWN
button to disable (display 11) the option.
b) Press SET to confirm the set.
Photo Beam disabled
7. OPEN / STOP / CLOSE TERMINALS
The O/S/C facility can be used for an external push button switch
to operate the opener. The switch must have voltage free
normally open contacts (Fig. 18)
Photo beam connection (optional) – Fig.15,Fig.16
Switch control connection (optional) – Fig.15
Figure 15
Figure 16
Other terminal introduction and application
1.The O/S/C interfaces available.
(Fig. 17, Fig. 18)
Add a new O/S/C button to open or close the door.
2.
Flash light function. (Fig. 17, Fig. 18)
There are corresponding interfaces for this function and provide 24v-35v flash light voltage.
Connect the flash light with DC 24v-28v, current≤100mA. When use AC 220V power flash
lights, please match an adapter, and wiring as required
3.
Pass door (SD) protection (Fig. 17, Fig. 18)
This function ensure that the door can’t be opened unless the small pass door is closed.
The door panel won’t be damaged.
Figure 17
Figure 18
Manual disengagement
The opener is equipped with a manual release cord to disengage shuttle and move door by
hand while holding the handle down (Fig 19). Pull on the handle to disengage the shuttle. To
re-engage the door simply run opener in automatic mode or move door by hand until the trolley
engages in the chain shuttle.
In some situations that a pedestrian door is not in state, it is recommended that an external
disengagement device should be fitted (Fig 20).
Figure 20
Figure 19
Maintenance
1.
No particular maintenance is required for the logic circuit board.
Check the door at least twice a year if it is properly balanced, and all working parts are in
good working condition or not.
Check the reversing sensitivity at least twice a year, and adjust if it is necessary.
Make sure that the safety devices are working effectively (photo beams, etc.)
2.
Light bulb replacing:
Notice: Make sure the power supply has been cut off before replacing the light bulb. And
ensure the voltage of the new light bulb is in accordance with the local voltage and the
power is within 25 Watt.
Demount the screws on the lamp cover. Take the lamp cover away then twist off the old
L.E.D light anti-clockwise. Fix the new L.E.D light and lamp cover.
Notice: A rude operating door can affect the life of the automatic opener due to incorrect
loads, and will void the warranty.
Parts Listing
24
23
22
19
20
21
18
17
16
25
15
27
26
14
28
13
12
29
11
10
33
9
8
30
7
6
31
34
5
32
2
4
3
1
Item
Qty
1
1
2
Description
Item
Qty
L.E.D cover
13
1
1
Control panel cover-1
14
3
1
Control panel cover-2
4
1
5
Description
Item
Qty
Description
Micro switch assy
25
1
Panel bracket
1
Sprocket assy
26
1
Bent arm
15
1
Micro switch cover
27
1
Straight arm
Main cover
16
2
U hanging bracket
28
1
Trolley Assy - bottom
1
L.E.D light
17
1
Click bracket
29
1
Trolley Assy - top
6
1
PCB-1
18
1
C rail – steel
30
1
Trolley arm
7
1
PCB-2
19
2
Mounting bracket
31
1
Caution card
8
1
DC gear motor
20
1
Chain & Belt
32
1
Release handle
9
1
Motor shaft sleeve
21
1
Chain wheel
33
2
Transmitter
10
1
Transformer
22
1
Wheel bracket
34
1
Transmitter Bracket
11
1
Transformer plate
23
1
Track ending bracket
12
1
Steel bottom base
24
1
Wall bracket
Common Fault & Solutions
Fault appearance
No any working for openers
Fault cause
1.
Power supply
2.
Plug wire are loosing
Solutions
1.
Check the power supply from electronic plug on
openers.
2.
Carefully open the opener cover, check all plug wire on
control boards.
Not working for opener,
Faulty learning on “Up”
Display shows
Or “Down” limit travelling
Door is up moving only.
Photo cell function has been effective
Turn off the photo cell function if there is no any
Do not work in down moving and the
but without connecting any photo cell device.
photo cell device connected.
display show
Up and Down moving is reversed
Lean “Up” and “Down” limit travelling again follow the manual
( Refer the instruction manual)
Reversed plug wire between gear motor and
※
board
Power off firstly, open the cover and reverse the plug
wire between gear motor and board. Re-set limit
travelling.
Door was Automatic reversed 15-40cm
In operation with automatic reversed
1. Check the door springs or any block position.
before the door closed completely
function. Because of some old
2. Re-set the limit travelling
doors with not good balanced spring
3. Increase the force number for automatic reverse.
or some block on it’s moving.
Transmitter is not working
Cannot code in the new remotes
1.
Flat battery
1.
Replace new battery.
2.
Antenna is loosed or not well extended.
2.
Extend the antenna on the opener
3.
Interference around nearby
3.
Get rid of interference
1.
Stored remote code has been full
1.
Press “code” button over 8 Sec until LED
2.
New remote is not compatible with
displays “C”, deleted all stored codes, code in new remotes
opener
again.
2. Choose our remotes only.
Display shows
1. loosing for gear motor plug wire
1. Re-insert plug wire on gear motor
2. Damage for gear motor
※2. Replace new gear motor
Opener does not work.
3. Damage for control board
※3. Replace new control board
Display shows
1. Hall sensor wire plug was loosing between
After Opener was moving several
1. Check the wire plug
hall sensor and board.
※2. Check the hall sensor
2. Hall sensor or board is damage
※3. Replace control board
centimeters only
Remark: Only the professional person who are qualified to carry out the installation with ※ marked.