View/Download Manual - Action Gate Automation

View/Download Manual - Action Gate Automation
D5-Evo, D10
and D10 Turbo Pocket
system configuration guide
have connected the wiring
Prior to commissioning the system, please ensure that you
of all components in the system to
the controller terminals correctly. Kindly refer to the diagrams
provided on the back of this document for details.
»1. Commissioning the system )}
1. If powering up the system
ex-factory, it will request for
the operating Profile
(Operating Standard) to be
e ZA: Standard profile for
South Africa
e CE: Standard profile for
the European Union
e UL325: Standard profile
for the USA, compliant
with requirements but not
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5. Run profile
5.1. Positive Close Mode yy5.1.1. Positive Close Mode Status
5.2. Pre-open delay
5.3. Pre-close delay
5.4 Opening speed
5.5. Closing speed
5.6. Ramp-up distance
5.7. Ramp-down distance
5.8. TRG stop distance
5.9. IRB stop distance
5.10. Crawl distance
Infrared beams
6.1. PIRAC control
5.1.2. Positive Close Mode Force
» 6.1.1. PIRAC status
6.1.2. Stop on open
© 11. Remote controls
Press button of
valid transmitter
(if menu locked)
Add remotes » 11.2.1. Delete remote by ID
11.2. 11.2.2. Delete remote button
11.2.3. Delete remote by
11.2.4. Delete-Not-present
11.2.5. Delete all remotes
11.3. Edit remote button
Lock TX menu
1.6. Onboard receiver
The D5-Evo, D10 and D10 Turbo controllers have a series of
diagnostic LEDs which indicate the state of the inputs.
Normally-open inputs are indicated by a red LED, and
normally-closed inputs by a green LED.
An illuminated red LED indicates that the signal is present
(e.g. intercom button pressed), while a non-illuminated green LED
indicates that the signal is absent (e.g. IRB broken).
Safety Close - green LED €—
On when the closing beam
is not activated
Safety Open - green LED <—
On when the opening
beam is not activated
Ÿ Origin
Safe Common
2. Select the Profile that will Pai Stop on open a 4. LCD display Y | 1 Aux 12V Out
suit the specific region from the list. With this set, the system will status Lck/Stp - green LED <—— — Close
automatically proceed to the Limit Setup Menu. Follow the Stopping The LCD display shows useful information regarding the status of the On when the Lck/Stp À М
PE. onscreen instructions to complete the setup procedure. distance system input is not activated S af et
3. If powering up at any stage after this, push and hold the oblong 6.2. IR beam test » 6.2.1. On/Off | , «UU, y
enter button (em) for two seconds. Select the Limits Menu by 6.2.2. Test beam selection —— О-Ореп
pressing the enter button (em). Follow the onscreen instructions to ROS IRBC and Trg - red LED < a
complete the setup procedure. 6.3. IRBO=IRBC on closing On when the trigger signal — Lck/Stp
6.4. IR beam alarms » 6.4.1. Ambush Alarm Is present <a>
2. Setting up additional features )) Ambush Alarm — o Trg —
A À Nal / Broken IRB time Ped - red LED < -0- Ped — —— —
Section 3 below provides the full menu of features that can be set up 6.4.2. Brealcin Alarm on/off On when the pedestrian AN
on the system. 6.4.3. Alarm output selection signal is present == Com
An explanation of each feature is provided in Section 21, Controller 8 I | | \\!,
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Features of the full installation manual available on D7 @OFF |©0:00 Y [email protected]= FRX 7. Pedestrian m FRX - red LED AY
When setting up the D5-Evo, D10 and D10 Turbo system via the LCD 7.1. Pedestrian open position Sei rae EET On when a free-exit | DE = Aux — Ge
display, all the steps that have to be followed are clearly provided via ® 7 5 Pedestrian Autoclose time ET ins Вана" signal is present A 7
the display. It is only necessary to note the following: IR 7.3. Pedestrian pre-open delay 2 Tr = Status
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e To get into Setup Mode, press the (em) button for two seconds and 7.4. Pedestrian pre-close delay N Ш
follow the instructions provided 1. Battery icon Aux - red LED Com
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e The buttons provided on the controller for navigating the system are ‚ Indicates the state of charge of the battery. On when an auxiliary A 10
not marked because at each step during the setup, the function YN 8- Courtesy Light e Four solid bars = full capacity signal is present ux
given to each button is provided on the display >< 8.1. Courtesy Light Timer e Two solid bars = 50% capacity
e When not in Setup Mode, i.e. Normal Mode, the (®) button is 8.2. Light Profile »8.2.1. Courtesy Light e No solid bars, with the icon flashing = battery empty
used as a test button for operating the system 8.2.2. Pre-flash A o -— Motor
a 8.2.3. Pre-flash B 2. Mains icon Status- red LED
the diagnostic screens 8.2.4. Pre-flash C e Plug solid = mains present and battery charging the gate as per the table below: |
® Рог each feature a Factory Default Setting has been programmed e Plug hollow and flashing = No mains present and battery not
into the controller. Referred to as an Operating Standard or 9. ChronoGuard charging LED indication | Gatestatus = |
Profile, these defaults have been determined to suit the 9.1. Time and date . . Off Gate is closed
requirements of the specific region where the installation is being 9.2. Time-periods » 9.2.1. Add Time-period 3. Autoclose information
carried out. It is only necessary to change a feature where the TT INT. . Displays the state of the Autoclose function On Gate is partially or fully open
default does not suit the installation. When selecting any feature in em e Displays OFF if Autoclose is not selected Continuous slow flash Gate is openin
the menu, details of the current setting stored in the controller are PE nfl e OVR if Autoclose is overridden, and the remaining Autoclose Р 9
displayed 9.2.2. Delete Time-period time if Autoclose is active Continuous fast flash Gate is closing
CENTSYS = The schedule of Factory Defaults are detailed in the full 9.2.3. Edit/Review Time- e POVR indicates that the PIRAC option is overriden One flash every two seconds Pillar Light Override is activated
installation manual, available for download on periods 4. Pillar light information 9.3. Exclusions Y 9.3.1. Add exclusion e Displays the remaining light time if Courtesy Light Mode is CE AE
Pre-flashing Mode is displayed if Pre-flash is selected
LIT will be indicated if the pillar light has been turned on
Three flashes every two seconds Battery voltage is low
Four flashes every two seconds
Multiple collisions have occurred Auto function
»3. Menu navigation map )) Time-bar °
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A 1.1. Setup wizard 9.4.
9.3.2. Delete exclusion
9.3.3. Edit/Review exclusions 5. Onboard receiver information
| | Displays the current input being activated by the onboard receiver.
Delete all Time-periods
and exclusions 6. Status information
Displays useful information regarding the status of the gate.
Setting limits
A warning buzzer will sound (where applicable) as per the table
2. Safety 10. General settings for
2.1. Collision force » 2.1.1. Opening collision force D5-Evo and D10 Gate User can
2.1.2. Closing collision force 10 operating E Inhibitor name Priority Number of beeps Fault type continues correct
2.2. Collision count (ZA; CE; UL325) » 10.2.1. Factory defaults to operate error
2.3. Alarm output 10.2. er Delete al remotes Break-in alarm 1 Continuous tone for 30 seconds Alarm N/A N/A
extort cate 9 10.2.3. Delete all Time-periods Ambush alarm 2 Continuous tone until IRBs are cleared Alarm N/A N/A
SS ; and exclusions
indication status M 2.5.1. Indicator output 10.2.4. Reset all Multiple collision 4 Periodic until condition is cleared by user (500/500ms) Collision No Yes
2.5.2. Closed indication В
2.5.3. Partly closed indication 10.3. Battery low 3 Three beeps periodically for 30 seconds Power system fault Yes* Yes
—— Diagnostic screen
2.5.4. Closing indication on 5 Auxiliary overload 5 Five beeps periodically for 30 seconds Hardware No No
2.5.5. Partly open indication 10.4. Test Holida indi
. y Lockout 6 One beep periodically for 30 seconds User No Yes
2.5.6. Opening indication button disabled/enabled —
2.6.7. Open indication Emergency stop 7 One beep periodically for 30 seconds User No Yes
2.5.8. Pedestrian indication 10. General settings for Time-barring 8 One beep periodically for 5 seconds User No Yes
ness urbo
2.5.9. Unknown indication 10.1 D10 No limits set 9 Three short beeps for 5 seconds Lost No Yes
> .1.
® : ; Ine tte 10.2 Turbo select Mains failure 10 Two beeps periodically for 30 seconds Power system fault Yes Yes
ma 3.2. Autoclose Timer A EU О ») 10.3.1. Factory defaults Beams broken (any) 11 One beep periodically for 30 seconds User No Yes
3.3. Autoclose Override 10.3. 10.3.2. Delete all remotes Beams failure 12 Five beeps periodically for 30 seconds Hardware No No
3.4. Autoclose advanced 10.3.3. Delete all Time-periods ; ur
options » 3.4.1. Autoclose fully open and exclusions P DOSS disconnected 13 Five beeps periodically for 30 seconds Hardware No No
3.4.2. Autoclose partly open 10.3.4. Reset all Fuse blown 14 Five beeps periodically for 30 seconds Hardware No Yes
3.4.3. Autoclose partly closed 10.4 я —
4. Modes of Operation © Diagnostic screen Motor disconnected 15 Five beeps periodically for 30 seconds Hardware No Yes
_ 4.1. Operating Mode » 4.1.1. Standard Mode 10,5 on/off Test Bridge damaged 16 Five beeps periodically for 30 seconds Hardware No No
0.07.B.0010 T Lie . AR
Le 4.1.2. Condominium Mode button disabled/enabled Gate stalled 17 Four beeps periodically for 10 seconds Collision No Yes
el 4.1.3. Reversing Mode 10.6. un ; — 4.1.4. PLC No magnet detected 18 Periodic while gate runs (500m/500ms) Lost Yes Yes
4.1.5. Deadman Control Mode kK Gate will close fully and then shut down for two minutes
Always check that the circuit breaker in the
electrical panel is in the OFF position, and that
all high voltage circuits (more than 42.4V) are
completely isolated from the mains supply
before doing any work.
2. Ensure that all low voltage systems (less than 42.4V) are
suitably protected from damage, by disconnecting all
sources of power such as chargers and batteries before
doing any work.
3. All electrical work must be carried out according to the
requirements of all applicable local electrical codes. (It is
recommended that a licensed electrical contractor perform
such work).
Connect all wiring
Connect the controller to the required input and output devices as per
the wiring diagram on the right hand side.
»8. Description of terminal functions ))
Light/ Light
Safe Common
Aux 12V Out
Safety Close
Safety Open
Aux IO
12V/24 +9
12V/24 -9
Pillar light connection.
(A normally-open potential-free input)
Used for switching the power supply to the safety
beams, if automatic beam testing is required
Auxiliary power connection.
Provides +12V DC supply for auxiliary equipment
such as a radio receiver, photo cells, etc. It is
electronically limited to 300mA
Closing beam safety input.
(A normally-closed potential-free input)
Opening beam safety input.
(A normally-closed potential-free input)
Holiday Lockout or emergency stop input.
(A normally-closed potential-free input)
Trigger input.
(A normally-open potential-free input)
Free-exit input.
(A normally-open potential-free input)
Activates the pillar light relay.
(A normally-open potential-free input)
Pedestrian opening input.
(A normally-open potential-free input)
Common termination point.
All trigger signals, etc. have their return path to one
of the Com terminals
External gate status indicator.
(A low current output signal). An output terminal
Which provides a low current drive (approx. 4,5V
DC, 20mA) to a LED which can be used to indicate
the gate status remotely)
The Aux IO terminal provides an open collector
output which can be used for alarm or auto function
Motor output
D5-Evo - connects to the black motor wire
D10/D10 Turbo - connects to the blue or black
motor wire
Motor output
D5-Evo - connects to the blue motor wire
D10/D10 Turbo - connects to there orange or red
motor wire
Positive battery connection.
Cd Battery terminal normally indicated as + or
Laß red (right hand battery)
Negative battery connection.
Battery terminal normally indicated as - or
black (left hand battery)
12V/24V this will either be 12V or 24V depending on the motor
voltage of the operator
> > Latched
A Non-Latched
A switch that remains in a connected or
disconnected state similar to a standard light switch
A switch that momentarily makes contact, and may
be spring loaded similar to a push button door step
»9. Installation handover )}
Once the installation has been successfully completed and tested, it is
important for the installer to explain the operation and safety
requirements of the system.
i5 Infrared safety beams | optional, but
(opening and closing) recommended
Connection type: Normally-closed
IRB Receiver
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Earth spike
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rod hammered
into the ground)
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Optional 40kA
surge arrestor
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12 0— -12V/24V '
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110 - 240V
——— Mains in
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ых There is an onboard CENTSYS receiver.
Switch off the receiver if not being used
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