English D3,D5 Installation Manual (Oct 2005)

English D3,D5 Installation Manual (Oct 2005)
D3 & D5
SLIDING GATE
AUTOMATION
Product Code: CP72SLIDV3
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
Latest Revision: 15.08.2005
Document Ref.: 1010.D.01.00174_1
Company Profile
CENTURION SYSTEMS has been manufacturing automatic gate systems since 1987, and is committed
to providing reliable, cost effective solutions in the field of access automation.
CENTURION strives to give service and backup second to none. Our engineers are available to give
sales support, installation training, and answers to technical or installation problems.
The equipment is installed worldwide and is available through a network of distributors.
CENTURION is an ISO 9001 - 2000 registered company, continually looking at updating its products in
line with world trends to ensure that its products will provide customer satisfaction.
Further information is available on our web site www.centsys.co.za
© CENTURION SYSTEMS (PTY) LTD 2005
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd. reserves the right to make changes to the products described in this manual without notice and without obligation of Centurion
Systems (Pty) Ltd. to notify any persons of any such revisions or changes. Additionally, Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd. makes no representations or warranties with
respect to this manual.
No part of this document may be copied, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, optical or photographic,
without the express prior written consent of Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd.
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Table of Contents
Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Fast Track
.......................................................................6
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Product Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Site Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Site Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Required Tools & Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cabling Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Operator Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Locate Operator Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Route Cables and Secure Base Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Mount the Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Mount the Rack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Mount the origin Marker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Electrical Set-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Connect all Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Get into Programming Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Set the Gate Limits (Automatic Set-Up Routine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Exit Programming Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Check Gate Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Setting Additional Features (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Controller Programmable Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Controller Terminal Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Procedure to Programme Controller Back to Factory Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Set-Up Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Fault Finding Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
CP80 Power Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
CP80 Signal Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
CP84 Charger Connection (Standard and Low Voltage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
CP84XTE Charger Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
PSUx Power Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Recommended Earthing for Effective Lightning Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
CP80 Controller Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
LED Indicator Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Installation Handover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer:
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
148 Epsom Avenue
North Riding
Gauteng
South Africa
Declares that the product:
Product Name:
D3 / D5 Sliding Gate Operator
Product Options: All variants
Conforms with the following specifications:
Safety:
IEC 60355-1:1991 & Am1:1994 & Am2:1999
For D3:
EN 12453:2000 EN 12978:2003 when fitted with CE chip and a P36 Passive
Sensitive Edge according to instructions.
Emissions:
CISPR 14: 2nd edition 1985
CISPR 22 CLASS B: RADIATED EMISSIONS - 30MHZ TO 1000MHZ
CISPR 22 CLASS B: CONDUCTED EMISSIONS - 150MHZ TO 30MHZ
Immunity:
IEC 801-2: 2nd edition 1991 - 4kV CD, 8kV AD
IEC 801-3: 1st edition 1984 - 10V/m
IEC 801-4: 1st edition 1988 - 1.0kC Power Lines
IEC 1000-3-2: 1997
IEC 1000-3-3: 1997
IEC 1000-4-5: 1997
IEC 61000-4-2 - ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
IEC 61000-4-3 - RADIATED IMMUNITY - 80MHZ TO 1000MHZ
IEC 61000-4-4 - ELECTRICAL FAST TRANSIENTS / BURST
IEC 61000-4-5 - SURGE IMMUNITY TEST
IEC 61000-4-6 - CONDUCTED IMMUNITY - 150KHZ TO 80MHZ
IEC 61000-4-11 - VOLTAGE DIPS AND INTERRUPTION
Supply Information: The product herewith complies with the requirements fo the following directives
and carries the CE-marking accordingly.
- the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
- the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (inclusive 93/68/EEC)]
This product was tested in a typical configuration with simulated gate load.
Standard to which conformity is declared:
IEC 60355-1:1991 & Am1: 1994 & Am2: 1999
IEC 1000-6-3 & IEC 1000-6-1: Generic Emission and Immunity
Signed at North Riding, South Africa on 15 August, 2005
Ian Rozowsky
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Important Safety Instructions
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.
The installer, being either professional or DIY, is the last person on the site that can ensure that the
operator is safely installed, and that the whole system can be operated safely.
WARNINGS FOR THE INSTALLER
1.
CAREFULLY READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
before beginning to install the product.
constructed, and that all metal parts of the system are
suitably earthed.
2.
All installation, repair, and service work to this product
must be done by a suitably qualified person.
3.
Do not activate your gate opener unless you can see it and
can determine that its area of travel is clear of people, pets,
or other obstructions.
14. Safety devices must be fitted to the installation to guard
against mechanical movement risks such as crushing,
dragging and shearing.
4.
NO ONE MAY CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING GATE.
Always keep people and objects away from the gate and
its area of travel.
5.
NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE OR PLAY WITH THE
GATE CONTROLS, and do not allow children or pets near
the gate area.
6.
Secure all easily accessed gate opener controls in order to
prevent unauthorized use of the gate.
7.
Do not in any way modify the components of the
automated system.
8.
Do not install the equipment in an explosive atmosphere:
the presence of flammable gas or fumes is a serious
danger to safety.
9.
15. It is recommended that at least one warning indicator light
be fitted to every system.
16. Always fit the warning signs visibly to the inside and
outside of the gate.
17. The installer must explain and demonstrate the manual
operation of the gate in case of an emergency, and must
hand the User/Warnings guide over to the user.
18. Explain these safety instructions to all persons authorized
to use this gate, and be sure that they understand the
hazards associated with automated gates.
19. Do not leave packing materials (plastic, polystyrene, etc.)
within reach of children as such materials are potential
sources of danger.
20. Dispose of all waste products like packaging materials,
worn out batteries, etc, according to local regulations.
Before attempting any work on the system, cut electrical
power and disconnect the batteries.
21. Always check the obstruction detection system, and
safety devices for correct operation.
10. 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 5A thermal breaker with allpole circuit break is recommended.
22. Centurion Systems does not accept any liability caused by
improper use of the product, or for use other than that for
which the automated system was intended.
11. Make sure that an earth leakage circuit breaker with a
threshold of 30mA is fitted upstream of the system.
12. Never short circuit the battery and do not try to recharge
the batteries with power supply units other than that
supplied with the product, or by Centurion Systems.
23. This product was designed and built strictly for the use
indicated in this documentation. Any other use, not
expressly indicated here, could compromise the service
life/operation of the product and/or be a source of danger.
24. Everything not expressly specified in these instructions is
not permitted.
13. Make sure that the earthing system is correctly
WARNING
MOVING GATE CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
KEEP CLEAR. GATE MAY MOVE AT
ANY TIME. DO NOT ALLOW
CHILDREN TO PLAY IN AREA OR
OPERATE GATE .
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Fast Track
These abbreviated instructions are for the experienced installer who needs a checklist to get a
standard installation up and running in the minimum of time.
Detailed installation features and functions are referred to later in this manual.
Mechanical Setup
Action
Step 1
Read and understand all safety instructions
Page 5
Step 2
Check site requirements
Page 12
Step 3
Heed necessary site considerations
Page 14
Step 4
Gather required tools and equipment
Page 14
Step 5
Check cabling requirements
Page 15
Step 6
Lubrication requirements
Page 16
Step 7
Select method of mounting and operator position
Page 17
Step 8
Route required cabling
Page 18
Step 9
Mount the operator
Page 19
Step 10
Mount the rack
Page 20
Step 11
Mount the origin marker
Page 22
Apply warning decals
Page 23
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Fast Track
Electrical Setup
Action
Step 1
Read and understand all safety instructions
Page 5
Step 2
Connect all wiring:
Page 24
Step 3
Get into programming mode:
Page 24
Remove all power.
Fit the SET link.
Reapply power.
Step 4
Set the gate limits:
Move gate half way and engage.
Press and hold TEST, release after 1 flash of L1.
Press and hold TEST, release after 1 flash of
STATUS.
Check that gate will travel in the correct direction.
Step 5
Exit programming mode:
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Remove the SET link.
Step 6
Check gate operation
Step 6
Perform installation hand over
When fault finding an existing installation, refer
to the FAULT FINDING GUIDE on page 35
Page 7
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General Description
The D3 and D5 are sliding gate operators designed to open and close sliding gates.
The D3 operator is suited to domestic applications with gates of a mass less than 300kg.
The D5 operator is suited to domestic applications with gates of a mass less than 500kg.
In order to cater for high duty cycle installations, the D5 Light Industrial model is offered. The D5 Light
Industrial model is similar to the Standard D5 model with the exception that it is rated for a higher duty
cycle . It is suitable for sites with a gate mass up to 500kg, but can operate with a 50% duty cycle.
Gate travel limits are managed by an opto-electronic system, comprising a gate mounted origin marker
and an internal rotary encoder. This system yields precise and repeatable control over gate position.
In cases where chain, (as opposed to toothed rack) drive is required, an optional chain drive kit is
available.
Advanced features of the CP80 logic controller include:-
! Automated setup of gate endpoints (limits).
! Fail safe collision detection and auto reverse (adjustable sensitivity).
! Smoothed start/stop (ramp up/down).
! Multiple operational modes.
! Selectable, adjustable auto-closing.
! Pedestrian (partial) opening.
! Positive Close Mode.
! Safety input for sensitive edge/safety beam/inductive loop.
! Advanced lightning/surge protection.
! Timed courtesy light output.
! Multiple preflashing modes.
Lightning Protection
The D5 electronic controller utilizes the same proven surge protection philosophy that is used in all
Centurion products. While this does not guarantee that the unit will not be damaged in the event of a
lightning strike or power surge, it greatly reduces the likelihood of such damage occurring. The earth
return for the surge protection is provided via the mains power supply earth. In order to ensure that the
surge protection is effective, it is essential that the unit is properly earthed.
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Specifications
98
345
365
Overall Dimensions
150
250
When fitting a theft resistant cage, the space required for an
installation may have to be increased.
All dimensions shown in millimetres
Figure 1 Overall Dimensions
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40
D3
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply Voltage
(Depending on power supply used)
D5
220V AC ± 10% 50Hz 220V AC ± 10% 50Hz
110V AC ± 10% 50Hz 110V AC ± 10% 50Hz
19V AC ± 10% 50Hz 19V AC ± 10% 50Hz
Motor Voltage
12V DC
12V DC
AC Current draw @ 220V
120mA
120mA
15A
15A
73rpm
91rpm
16m/min
20m/min
Starting Thrust
35kgF
60kgF
Rated Thrust
12kgF
20kgF
Maximum gate mass
300kg
500kg
Maximum gate length
11m
11m
Maximum number of operations per day (Average)
Mains Present:
Battery driven (1A charger, 7Ah battery)
Battery driven (2A charger, 7Ah battery)
Power pack (10A power pack, no battery)
20
30
N/A
50
150
100
With 7Ah Battery
12
10
With 40Ah Battery
N/A
100
DC Current draw (Max)
Output shaft rotational speed
Rated Gate Speed (With gate pull force <5kg)
Standby;
Maximum number of continuous operations per hour
(Mains Present)
Battery driven (1A charge, 7Ah battery)
Battery driven (2A charger, 7Ah battery
Power pack (10A power pack, no battery)
Typical time to open/close a 4m gate
10
30
N/A
17 seconds
10
30
20
13 seconds
End of travel control
Sealed optical counter Sealed optical counter
with origin switch
with origin switch
Collision sensitivity
Electronic, adjustable Electronic, adjustable
Temperature range
-10° to +50°C
-10° to +50°C
Housing protection
IP55
IP55
Control card *
CP80
CP80
Zincroshield
Zincroshield
12kg
13.5kg
Corrosion protection (baseplate)
Mass of unit (packed) including 7,5Ah Battery
* D3 and D5 have different micro-controller versions
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Product Identification
The actual components supplied may vary depending on the model purchased.
9a
9b
10
16
1
11
17
12
18
13a
20
21
22
13b
2
3
4a
4b
5a
5b
14
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
6
7
15
8
Item
No.
1
2
3
4a
4b
5a
5b
6
7
8
9a
9b
10
11
12
13a
13b
Part No.
1099SUB008
1099SUB7N2
WHD5DOSSV3
101007GKNO
1099070001
1099SUB15A
1010SUB15A
S5OIL75ML0
1010200000
1099SUB009
10102202D3
10102202D5
1010220101
1010290000
1010280000
MTDZY8000
MTDZY8080
Description
D3/5 Gate Origin Magnet Mounting Kit
D5 Magnetic Switch Assembly
Wiring Harness DOSS & Sensor Plug
17T Mod 4 Sintered Pinion S5 Sliders
D3 17T Nylon 66 Pinion 8mm Radial Pin
D3 Gearbox Casing & Gear set Assembly
D5 Gearbox Casing & Gear set Assembly
D5 Gearbox Oil
Side Cover (Vertical) D5
CP25SR5 D5 Foundation Plate Assembly
D3 Vent Cover (Logo)
D5 Vent Cover (Logo)
D5 Exterior Cover
Support Bracket D5 Slider (DOSS Side)
Support Bracket D5 Slider (Battery Side)
D5 Motor, 12V DC 3200 RPM
D3 Motor 12V DC 2700 RPM
Item
No.
Part No.
Description
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
1099300700
1010260000
10103701AS
CP80
CP4
WHHCen-BAT
CP84E
1099SUB03A
1010M11490
1010230000
1010250000
1010M10130
1050M02210
MB44LA1107
1050M02220
D5KEY
SPRCLIPCLI
D3 Drive Coupling (Motor Side)
Mounting Plate D5
CP80 Enclosure
CP80 PC Board (Boxed)
CP4 Battery
D5 Battery Leads
CP84E Power Supply (Boxed)
DOSS Carrier Assembly (Includes harness)
DOSS Mounting Tube
Side Cover (Horizontal) D5
Sr5 Door Hinge Pin 4 x 127mm 304 SS
D5 Door V3 (Stiffened Lip)
Camlock Cover Base
19mm Camlock
Camlock Cover
Spare Key for D3/D5 Motors
Camlock Spring Clip
Figure 2 Product Identification
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Site Requirements
WARNING
Ensure that pedestrian gates which are built into the sliding gate can
be secured in the closed position and are provided with at least a
weatherproof normally closed safety switch that is connected to the
IRB or LCK input of the control card.
Starting Force
1. Test the starting force of the gate as per the diagram. Use a pull scale to determine a value(kgF) to get
the gate into motion.
2. Determine the Running Force of the gate by continuing to pull on the scale with just sufficient force to
keep it running and read off the maximum value (kgF) shown on the scale.
3. Where possible determine the gate mass.
4. Ensure that the Starting Force, Running Force and mass of gate are within the operating parameters
shown in the table.
Pull Scale
Figure 3 Starting and Running Forces
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End Stops
1. End stops are mandatory and must be fitted to prevent accidental injury or death should the gate
overrun its limits for any reason.
Endstop
Endstop
H
Ø16mm
h
Fit end stops capable of stopping the gate moving at rated speed.
Make H more than h to ensure gate will not jump over end stop.
Figure 4 Gate End Stops
Anti Lift Brackets
2. To prevent unauthorised access fit anti-lift brackets as shown.
Anti-lift bracket
GAP<5mm
GAP<5mm
GAP<5mm
GAP<5mm
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TYPICAL ANTI-LIFT ARRANGEMENTS
Figure 5 Anti Lift Brackets
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Site Considerations
Install the gate operator only if:
1. It will not pose a hazard to the public.
2. There is sufficient clearance to a roadway and/or public thoroughfares.
3. The installation will meet all municipal and/or local authority requirements once completed.
4. The gate mass, pull force and application is within the operator specifications (see page 10).
General considerations for the installation:
5. Always recommend the fitment of additional safety equipment such as safety edges and safety
beams, for additional protection against entrapment or other mechanical risks.
6. Check that no pipes or electrical cables are in the way of the intended installation.
7. Check for loose sandy soil if installing foundations, as the soil condition may require a larger
foundation.
8. Never fit the operator on the outside of the gate where the public has access to it.
9. Ensure there is sufficient drainage where the motor is located to guarantee that there is no water
build-up around the operator.
Required Tools & Equipment
Crimping Tool
and Pin Lugs
Spade
Electric
Drilling
Machine
Measuring Tape
Masonry Bits - 6mm
Steel Bits 8,5mm/5,0mm/4,0mm
Screw Drivers:
3.5mm Flat
Level
G-Clamp
Not Normally Required
Pliers
Pick
Side Cutters
Spanners
19mm
17mm
13mm
Welding
Machine
Plumb Bob
Hammer
Hacksaw
Soldering Iron
Figure 6 Required Tools and Equipment
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Cabling Requirements
3
7
Mains
isolator
switch
2
6
7
1
4
To dwelling
5
Depending on site requirements and
accessories, not all cables may be required.
LEGEND
1.
220V AC mains cable via mains
isolator switch (3 core LNE 0,5mm2
Steel Wire Armour cable)*†,
multistranded).
Or
Low voltage 16V AC battery charger
supply (3 core 1,5mm2 multi stranded
preferably in plastic conduit)†.
2.
Intercom cable (n1 + 6 core) to
house.
3.
Radio receiver cable (3 core 0,5mm
4.
Pedestrian key switch (if required) (2
core 0,5mm2 multistranded).
5.
Infrared beams or safety edge (if
required) (3 core 0,5mm2
multistranded)
6.
Intercom cable (n1+2 core 0,5mm2
multistranded) to gate station.
7.
Pillar lights (3 core 0,5mm )
2
2
n1 = number of cores required by intercom.
* Increase cable thickness if pillar lights are to be installed.
† Screened cable is always recommended to provide better protection against lightning. Earth one end of
screening.
Figure 7 Cabling Requirements
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Lubrication (D5 only)
The D3 is factory lubricated and therefore requires no additional attention.
ATTENTION
In order to prevent possible leakage during shipping, the D5 is
shipped with no oil inside the gearbox. A bottle containing 80 ml of
EP 75W90 oil is included with the product, and this MUST be added
BEFORE operating the product.
The D5 does not require routine oil changes. However in the event of the unit losing oil due to
stripping down or mechanical damage, the correct replacement oil is EP75W90 to API (GL5)
specification.
If the gearbox is bolted down in the horizontal position during filling, the correct level is reached when
the oil level is in the flat section of the dip stick. Emptying the 80ml bottle of oil provided will provide
sufficient lubrication.
WARNING
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RUN THE D5 OPERATOR WITHOUT
FIRST FILLING THE GEARBOX WITH LUBRICANT.
Put Oil
In Here
Oil Specifications:
GRADE:75W90
QTY: 80ml
Oil Filling Procedure
1. Lift the cover off the
operator.
2. Remove the battery so
that you can gain
access to the filler plug.
3. Remove the oil filler cap
by levering it out with a
screwdriver.
4. Empty contents of
supplied oil bottle into
the gearbox.
5. Refit the oil filler cap.
Upright detail removed for clarity.
Figure 8 Fill the Gearbox with Lubricant
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Operator Installation
Locate operator position
1. To ensure operator does not protrude into driveway, install base plate at least flush with the
driveway entrance.
2. Determine a suitable position and vertical height for the operator by considering Figures 9, and 10.
With careful selection of the rack configuration, and operator vertical height, mounting of
the rack could in some cases be greatly simplified.
If a theft resistant cage is required, be sure to leave enough clearance from pillars etc.
161*
Foundation
plate
45-55
17
5 (Recommended to allow for adjustment)
* Includes 3mm clearance required between rack and pinion (see page 20)
Foundation
plate
Flat bar welded to
foundation plate and rail
Foundation
plate
Flat bar welded to
foundation plate and rail
45-55
* Includes 3mm clearance required between rack and pinion (see page 20)
3
19
20
82
17
5 (Recommended to allow for adjustment)
* Includes 3mm clearance required between rack and pinion (see page 20)
40-50
82
Foundation
plate
82
82
145*
25
17
5 (Recommended to allow for adjustment)
RAZ Rack
17
5 (Recommended to allow for adjustment)
Steel Rack
40-50
* Includes 3mm clearance required between rack and pinion (see page 20)
Figure 9 Operator Position
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3. Depending on the mounting method, either prepare a square hole for a concrete foundation, or drill
holes for RAWL bolts as shown in Figure 10.
When using a concrete foundation it is recommended that the operator baseplate be welded
to the track using a short length of flat bar. This makes it possible to complete the whole
mechanical and electrical installation, without having to wait for the concrete to set. After
completing the installation the concrete can be poured, and the operator left in manual mode
until the concrete has set.
M10 Nut
M10 Washer
or
Use two M12
plated nuts as
spacers.
M10 x 95
expansion
stud
400mm
300mm
400mm
Figure 10 Foundation Plate Mounting
Route cables and secure base plate:
4. Route cables as determined in the cabling plan (Figure 7), making sure that all cables protrude at
least 400mm above the baseplate once installed, as in Figure 11.
5. Securely concrete or bolt the baseplate in position as shown in Figure 10.
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370 mm
30 mm
Figure 11 Route Cables Through Baseplate
Mount the operator:
6. Fit M10 nuts and washers to the base as shown in Figure 12. Take care to adjust the nuts to be
7mm clear from the base to allow for later adjustment. NB: Remember to fit washers.
M10 Washer
M10 Nut
Figure 12 Prepare to Mount Operator
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7mm
Figure 14 Secure the Operator
Figure 13 Cable Route
7. Remove the knock-outs from the gearbox and feed the cables through the holes, while fitting the
gearbox to the base plate (Figure 13).
8. Secure the motor in place with 6 flat washers, 3 spring washers and 6 nuts supplied, as shown in
Figure 14.
9. Seal the conduit and knock-out holes in the operator with silicone sealer to prevent ants from
entering the operator.
Mount the rack:
10. Before mounting the rack, raise the motor an additional 3mm. Place the first section of rack
flush on the pinion and secure it to the gate. Continue to secure all sections of rack to the gate
(see Figure 16). Once the entire rack is secured in place, lower the operator 3mm to ensure a
vertical clearance between rack and pinion of 3mm. See Figure 15
1
2
Lift operator 3mm
Place rack flush on pinion
and secure rack to gate
3
Lower operator 3mm
3mm
3mm
3mm
Raise
Lower
Figure 15 Preparation to Mounting Rack
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RAZ Rack
Steel Rack
Weld
Raz Rack
Steel Rack
TEK Screw (self drilling
and tapping screw)
Bracket
±300 mm
When fitting RAZ rack it is easier to start
on the right and work towards the left.
200 - 300mm
When joining steel rack sections it is
important to maintain the correct tooth
spacing across the joint. This will
ensure a reliable and quiet running
gate.
GATE
CLOSED
PEDESTRIAN
OPENING
GATE
OPEN
Fit additional fixing screws through
horizontal slots to secure the rack to the
gate directly above the operator pinion
when the gate is in the closed, pedestrian,
and open positions.
Use a rack off-cut to clamp the 2
sections of rack together before
welding. Be sure that weld does not
foul the mesh surfaces.
Figure 16 Rack Mounting
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Mount the origin marker:
11. Close the gate completely.
12. Mount the origin marker to the rack (Figure 18) at least 500mm from the origin sensor (Figure 19).
If a CE chip is fitted to the control card (Figure 17), mount the origin marker at least 1000mm from
the origin sensor to allow for the longer crawl distance.
If the crawl distance feature of the control card (page 44) has been changed from the default
value of 1, the origin marker position must be increased by at least 250mm x crawl setting
value.
The position of the origin marker affects how far the gate will open for the PEDESTRIAN opening
feature. Locating the marker at a distance greater than the recommended distance will increase
the pedestrian opening.
CENTURION SYSTEMS CP80 V1.2
CHARGE
L1
(LED)
TEST
MICRO CONTROLLER
CHIP VERSION: D5 Vxx
DOSS
PROGRAMMING SET LINK
SET
PEDESTRIAN
LOCK
FREE EXIT
TRIGGER
(LED’s)
INFRA RED BEAM
LIGHT FUSE
BLOW
(LED)
3A FAST
MICRO CONTROLLER
CHIP VERSION: D5 VxxCE
SERIAL #
STATUS
AUXILIARY FUSE 3A F/B
LIGHT RELAY
OPEN RELAY
CLOSE RELAY
DC CHARGER
INPUT
A CE chip fitted to the CP80
controller is indicated by
the version number ending
with the letters EU.
L2
(LED)
Standard chip
SET
MOTOR
- BATTERY +
LIGHT
COM
COM
MICRO CONTROLLER
CHIP VERSION: D5 Vxx
12V TRG IRB FRX LED PED LCK SET
Figure 17 Chip Identification
Steel Rack
RAZ Rack
BOLT USING
FASTENERS
PROVIDED
ORIGIN MARKER
BRACKET
WELD MOUNTING
BRACKET PROVIDED TO
STEEL RACK
DRILL HOLES IN RACK
TO MOUNT ORIGIN MARKER
VIEWED FROM MOTOR SIDE
Figure 18 Mounting the Origin Marker
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BOLT USING
FASTENERS
PROVIDED
GREATER THAN 500mm.
IF A CE CHIP IS FITTED, GREATER THAN 1000mm
Pillar
(GATE SHOWN IN CLOSED POSITION)
ORIGIN MARKER
ORIGIN SENSOR
ORIGIN MARKER ORIENTATION
Figure 19 Origin marker Location
13. Open the gate until the origin marker is in line with the origin sensor and adjust the clearance
between the origin sensor and origin marker to between 5 and 10mm (Figure 20). For optimum
performance, try and keep this distance as small as possible.
ORIGIN MARKER
5 - 10mm
ORIGIN SENSOR
Figure 20 Origin Marker and Sensor Clearance
Apply Warning Decal
14. Apply the supplied warning decals to the gate as indicated on the reverse side of the decal.
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Electrical Set-up
WARNING
1. Always check that the mains isolator 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
1. Connect all cables as required to the control card and battery charger, according to the wiring
diagrams on page 40 - 43.
Get into Programming Mode
2. Remove ALL power from the controller, i.e.
charger plug and battery Figure 23.
3. Fit the SET link to the SET pins as shown in Figure 24.
4. Reapply power by connecting the charger plug, and then the battery to the controller.
Immediately after reconnecting the power, the STATUS light will flash 5 times. The SET and L2
lights will be on, L1 must be off to indicate you are now in programming mode. See Figure 23
and 24. ( See Setup troubleshooting Guide, page 33, step 4)
Set the Gate Limits
5. Disengage the gearbox by manually rotating
the manual release thumbwheel fully
clockwise, or until clutch is fully disengaged
and gate can be moved by hand. See Figure
21.
6. Slide gate approximately half way open. See
Figure 22.
7. Re-engage gearbox by turning thumbwheel
anti-clockwise and moving gate until an
audible click is heard.
8. To set the gate limits press and hold the TEST
button while monitoring LED L1 (see Figure
23).
9. When L1 flashes once, release the TEST
pushbutton. L2 will go out, L1 will continue to
flash once per second. (The controller is now
ready to set the gate limits).
WARNING
10. To start the Automatic Set-up Routine press
DO NOT REMOVE THE THUMBWHEEL!
and hold the TEST pushbutton until the
Removal of the thumbwheel may result in water entering the
STATUS light comes on, then release the
gearbox and void the warrantee.
TEST pushbutton. The Automatic Set-up
Routine commences. ( See Setup troubleshooting Guide, page 33, step 10)
Figure 21 Rotate Manual Release Thumbwheel
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1/2
1/2
Figure 22 Slide gate approximately half way open
CENTURION SYSTEMS CP80 V1.2
CHARGE
L1
(LED)
TEST
DOSS
BLOW
(LED)
SET
PEDESTRIAN
LOCK
FREE EXIT
TRIGGER
3A FAST
INFRA RED BEAM
LIGHT FUSE
(LED’s)
PROGRAMMING SET LINK
SERIAL #
STATUS
AUXILIARY FUSE 3A F/B
LIGHT RELAY
OPEN RELAY
DC CHARGER
INPUT
CLOSE RELAY
TEST Pushbutton
L2
(LED)
SET
MOTOR
- BATTERY +
LIGHT
COM
COM
12V TRG IRB FRX LED PED LCK SET
Battery Charge
Connector
Figure 23 CP80 Test Pushbutton and Battery Connector Locations
CENTURION SYSTEMS CP80 V1.2
CHARGE
L1
(LED)
TEST
DOSS
SET
PEDESTRIAN
LOCK
FREE EXIT
TRIGGER
3A FAST
(LED’s)
INFRA RED BEAM
LIGHT FUSE
BLOW
(LED)
PROGRAMMING SET LINK
SERIAL #
STATUS
AUXILIARY FUSE 3A F/B
LIGHT RELAY
OPEN RELAY
CLOSE RELAY
DC CHARGER
INPUT
SET Link LED
L2
(LED)
SET
MOTOR
- BATTERY +
LIGHT
COM
COM
12V TRG IRB FRX LED PED LCK SET
Fit SET Link Here
Figure 24 CP80 SET Link LED and Fitment Locations
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Automatic Set-up Routine
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1
Gate starts at “crawl” speed to open
gate.
NB. If gate closes, remove power and
reverse motor wires (see page 39) and
restart the procedure from step 6.
( See Setup troubleshooting Guide,
page 34, step 10.2)
2
Gate hits “open” end stop and reverses
direction running at crawl speed.
3
Gate hits “closed” end stop and
reverses direction running at “FULL”
speed until the Origin Marker passes
the Origin Sensor, then at CRAWL
speed to the end. ( See Setup
troubleshooting Guide, page 34,
step 10.3)
4
Gate hits “open” end stop and
reverses but now runs at “FULL”
speed.
5
As the gate Origin Marker passes
the Origin Sensor the motor speed
reduces to CRAWL. The gate hits
the “closed” end stop and reverses
at FULL SPEED.
6
Gate stops at “pedestrian” (PED)
position. ( See Setup troubleshooting
Guide, page 32, step 10.6)
For a faster setup, press and hold the TEST button during the automatic set-up routine. The
speed will increase to FULL speed while the button is depressed, but be sure to not run the gate
into the end stops at full speed.
After the Automatic Set-up Routine has been completed, the Pedestrian opening may be
increased by momentarily pulsing the PED input to COM.
12. Press and release the TEST pushbutton once more to confirm the limits and pedetrian opening
positions.
Exit Programming Mode
13. Exit programming mode by removing the SET link. Store the link by pushing it over one of the
two pins.
Check Gate Operation
14. Press and release the TEST pushbutton to trigger the operator in order to confirm general
operation of the gate. ( See Setup Troubleshooting Guide, page 34, step 14 or the more
complete Fault Finding Guide on page 35)
Setting Additional Features
The default factory settings on the CP80 Controller have been selected to suit most applications. In many
cases there would be no need to change the default settings. A list of features can be found on page 44,
with a detailed description of each feature on page 29.
Determine What Features are Required
15. Determine from page 44 what Features are required together with the relevant STATUS or COUNT
value.
Example: “To turn the AUTO-CLOSE Feature ON”: According to the Table the auto-close feature is
Feature number 2, and to turn it ON is a status of 1.
Get Into Programming Mode
(Exactly the same as for limits setup)
16. Remove ALL power from the controller, i.e. charger plug and battery.
17. Fit the SET link to the SET pins as shown in figure 23 on page 25.
18. Reapply power by reconnecting the charger plug, and then the battery to the controller.
Immediately after reconnecting the power, the STATUS light must flash 5 times, and then SET and
L2 will come on indicating that you are now in programming mode. ( See Setup Troubleshooting
Guide, page 33, step 18)
Selecting the Feature to Change
(This is the first of two steps in setting a feature. This only SELECTS the feature to change).
19. To select the Feature to change, Press and hold the TEST button while monitoring LED L1.
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20. L1 will flash once then go off, twice in short succession then go off, 3 times then go off, etc.
Release the TEST button when the number of flashes is the same as the Feature number to select.
Example 1:
To set the MODE OF OPERATION to CONDOMINIUM (That is Feature number 4, to a status of 2
according to the table on page 43) Press and hold the TEST button while monitoring L1:
The L1 light will flash once and pause,
then flash twice and pause….
then flash 3 times and pause….
then flash 4 times and pause….
At this moment release the TEST button to select Feature 4. L2 will turn off, and L1 will keep on
flashing 4 times and pausing to indicate that Feature 4 is selected
NOTE: The STATUS of the Feature is not changed yet, the feature has only been
selected to be changed!
21. If an incorrect Feature is selected, then remove and re-apply power and re-start from step 3. None of
the Feature settings will have been altered at this stage.
Changing the STATUS or COUNT value of a Feature.
22. To set the STATUS value of the Auto Close, Mode of Operation, Collision Sensitivity, Positive Close
mode or Pre-flashing features:
Press and hold the TEST button while monitoring the STATUS light. The STATUS light will flash the
same as for selecting a Feature. (See Step 4) Release the TEST button when the number of flashes is
the same as the STATUS value required.
Example 1 (continued):
To set the MODE OF OPERATION to CONDOMINIUM:
After selecting the Feature, again press and hold the TEST button while monitoring the
STATUS light:
The L1 light will flash once and pause,
then flash twice and pause…..
At this moment release the TEST button to give a STATUS value of 2. The mode of operation
has been changed to condominium.
NOTE: Only after setting the STATUS, would the mode of operation be changed to
CONDOMINIUM!
L2 will come back on, indicating that the STATUS has been updated.
23. To set the COUNT value of the Auto-close timer, Pedestrian Auto-close time, Courtesy light
timer, Auto-close override timer, Pre-flashing time or Collision counter features:
Press and hold the TEST button while monitoring the STATUS light. After a slight pause, the
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STATUS light will start flashing at an even rate. Count all the flashes, and release the TEST button
when the number of flashes is the same as the COUNT value required.
Example 2:
Set the AUTO-CLOSE TIME to 10 seconds (That is Feature number 3, to a COUNT value of 10):
First select the Feature number 3 as in steps 5 to 7. Then press and hold the TEST button while
monitoring the STATUS light:
After a slight pause, the STATUS light will start flashing regularly:
Flash (1), Flash (2), Flash (3), Flash (4), Flash (5), Flash (6), ….........Flash (9), Flash (10).
At this moment release the TEST button to give a COUNT value of 10. This sets the auto-close
timer to 10 seconds.
L2 will come back on, indicating that the COUNT has been updated.
Controller Programmable Features
The terminology "FEATURE 2-2" refers to Feature number 2 with a status of 2. “FEATURE 3- COUNT”
refers to Feature number 3, with a user specified COUNT value.
Auto-close
This can be programmed ON (FEATURE 2-1) or OFF (FEATURE 2-2). The factory default is OFF. Autoclose has the function of automatically closing a gate after a preset auto-close time.
A gate that is stopped while opening will always auto-close. A gate that is stopped while closing will
remain where it is stopped indefinitely (applies to STANDARD mode of operation only)
The Auto-close time is set in FEATURE 3-COUNT. It can be set from 1 to 255 seconds
Auto-close Override
It is possible for the user to temporarily turn off auto-close when the mode of operation is either
STANDARD and REVERSING. This is done by applying an impulse to the TRG input at the time of
opening the gate, for a period of time longer than the AUTO-CLOSE OVERRIDE TIME as set in FEATURE
8-COUNT.
To provide feedback that the override signal has operated, the gate will open and then stop opening after
the override time. The instant the impulse is removed the gate will complete its opening cycle. The Autoclose feature is now off and the gate will remain open indefinitely. The next impulse received on TRG will
initiate the closing cycle and the auto-close is automatically re-instated.
Mode of Operation
It is possible to select 4 different modes of operation: STANDARD, CONDOMINIUM, PIRAC and
REVERSING (FEATURE 4-1 to 4-4). Only one mode can be activated at any one time. All the modes are
triggered by the contact present between the TRG input terminal and the COM terminal.
STANDARD MODE (FEATURE 4-1) (This is the factory default mode) - A trigger impulse will cause
the gate to start moving (either open or closed depending on its position). A second impulse
while the gate is still moving will stop the gate. A third impulse will cause the gate to reverse its
direction of travel, i.e the action is START - STOP - REVERSE.
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CONDOMINIUM MODE (FEATURE 4-2) - Any trigger will cause a gate, which is closed or closing
to open or re-open. If not already active the auto-close will automatically be turned on when
condominium mode is selected. It is only the auto-close signal, which can close a gate in
condominium mode. If a trigger impulse is given while the gate is open the auto-close time is
reset to its preset value.
PIRAC MODE (FEATURE 4-3) - An acronym for Passive Infra Red Auto Close, this mode operates
similarly to condominium mode but instead of waiting for the auto-close timer to close the gate, it
will close as soon as an object that has passed through the gate clears the infrared beam. If the
beam is not broken the gate will get to its fully open position and close immediately when autoclose is turned OFF.
If the Auto-close feature is turned ON the gate will open and remain open for the set auto-close
time, and then close. The gate will however close as soon as an object has passed through and
cleared the beam, regardless of the Auto-close time.
REVERSING MODE (FEATURE 4-4)- This mode is similar to standard mode but instead of
stopping a gate when it is in motion, a trigger will cause the gate to reverse its direction of travel. It
is thus impossible to leave a gate stationary in a partly open position. The only two normally
stable states are fully open or fully closed. If the auto-close is ON then the gate will always tend
towards being closed.
Pedestrian Auto-Close Time (FEATURE 5-COUNT)
A separate auto-close timer exists for the pedestrian opening. The time can be set from 1 to 255 seconds
but cannot be turned off completely. The default time is 5 seconds.
Collision Sensitivity (FEATURE 7-1 to 7-3) (The factory default is 7-1)
If the gate is obstructed the internal collision circuitry will activate. When the gate is opening, and it is
obstructed the gate will stop. During closing however, an obstruction to the gate will cause it to immediately stop and reverse direction. There is a counter (FEATURE 12-COUNT) that monitors the number of
collisions. If the collision count is reached before the gate reaches the fully closed position all trigger
signals are inhibited for a 1-minute period. The STATUS LED flashing 4 times per swecond indicates this
condition. After the one-minute period, triggers will again become active, (with the exception of autoclose). The fault indication will continue to flash indefinitely after the 1-minute period but will clear after the
1-minute period if a valid trigger is given. The collision counter resets to zero after the 1 minute delay, or if
the processor is reset (e.g. By removing all power from the controller).
Courtesy (Pillar) Light:
The pillar light circuit has multiple functions:
!
It operates as a courtesy light and switches on for a timed period (The factory default time is 2
minutes) (set by FEATURE 6-COUNT) every time the gate triggers.
!
It can be turned on for the preset timed period, by the application of a short impulse between
the SET terminal and COM.
!
It can be turned ON permanently by application of an impulse longer than 3 seconds on SET
and COM terminals. A short impulse thereafter will switch the lights off. The gate will not
trigger open when using the SET trigger. The fact that the pillar light is ON permanently is
indicated by the STATUS LED flashing once every 2 seconds.
!
When the PED input is triggered the pillar light flashes for an adjustable (1 to 255 seconds) preflash time (FEATURE 11-COUNT) before the pedestrian gate opens. (Default pre-flash time is
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2 seconds).
!
The contact can be used to operate a lamp, which will warn that the gate is about to open.
Selection of pre-flashing is done in FEATURE 10. Three modes and OFF are selectable (The
factory default is OFF):
#
Mode 1 - Light comes on only while gate is in motion.
#
Mode 2 - Light flashes at 1Hz for the pre-flash time and then flashes in synchronism with the
STATUS LED while the gate is in motion.
#
Mode 3 - Light comes on for the pre-flash time and while the gate is in motion.
Positive Close Mode:
Setting positive close mode to ON (FEATURE 9-1) (default is OFF, FEATURE 9-2) will allow the gate to
drive up hard to an end stop without causing the collision circuitry to operate. This Feature operates only
during the final crawl phase in the closing direction.
Crawl Distance:
The Crawl Distance is the distance allowed for the gate to slow down before reaching either the open or
closed limits. Under certain conditions the Crawl Distance may not need to be increased to prevent
hitting the end stops
Controller Terminal Features
COM
The battery/power supply negative terminal. All trigger signals etc. have their return path to one
of the COM terminals.
LIGHT
These two terminals provide a normally open potential free contact which is generally used to
switch on a pillar light (courtesy light). It can also be used for other purposes if required.
12V
Provides a +12V DC supply for auxiliary equipment such as a radio receiver, photo cells etc. It is
linked directly to the battery positive via the 3A fast-blow auxiliary fuse (see page 41).
TRG
A momentary, normally-open trigger device such as relay, pushbutton etc. connected between
TRG and COM will cause the gate to trigger open/closed. Connect multiple trigger devices in
parallel (Refer to page 41).
IRB
The signal from the infra red beam (IRB)(photo cell), safety edge, loop or other safety device.
This prevents the gate from closing when the normally-closed contact between IRB and COM is
open. For multiple safety devices wire all contacts in series.
NB: If no safety devices are fitted ensure a wire link is fitted between IRB and COM.
FRX
A momentary normally-open contact from a device such as a free exit inductive loop detector (or
photo cell or pushbutton) which causes a gate which is closed or closing to open or re-open. If
the gate is open or opening the signal has no effect other than to reset the auto-close timer (if
selected). Free exit (FRX) will never initiate a closing cycle. If only the FRX input is used , the autoclose must be turned on alternatively the TRG input used to close the gate.
LED
An output terminal which provides a low current, (approx. 4,5V DC, 20mA) to drive an LED which
can be used to indicate the gate status remotely. If more than 3 LED's are required it is necessary
to fit a multi LED driver card (CP78).
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PED
A momentary normally-open contact from a pedestrian key switch, pushbutton, keypad, radio
receiver etc. which will cause the gate to open to the Pedestrian position. The gate opens only
after the adjustable pre-flash time (default - 2 seconds). If the contact is held closed the autoclose is suspended until the contact reopens.
LCK
If the normally-closed contact between LCK and COM is held open, all triggers which would
normally cause a closed gate to open (e.g. TRG, PED, FRX) will be inhibited. If the gate is open,
opening or closing and the LCK contact is opened the gate will continue to respond until such
time as the gate is in the fully closed position.
NB: If the LCK function is not required a link must be fitted between LCK and COM. For
operators fitted with a CE chip, LCK is configured as an opening safety beam input and
operates in the same manner as the IRB input except that the gate would stop and reverse
when opening and stop when closing.
SET
This terminal has two functions:
1. If SET is linked to COM with no power present to the controller and power is then applied, the
controller will be put into Programming mode.
2. If SET is linked to COM when power is already applied, this action will cause the pillar light
relay to energise. A momentary contact causes the relay to energize for a period of time as
defined for the courtesy light timer. If the contact is made for a period exceeding 3 seconds
the pillar light relay will energize and remain energized indefinitely until a new momentary
contact is given.
Procedure to Programme Controller Back
to Factory Default Settings
1. Remove all power (Power supply and battery ).
2. Fit the "SET" link.
3. Connect "PED" and "FRX" to "COM".
4. Reconnect all power. (L1 AND L2 will illuminate).
5. Remove all power (Battery and power supply).
6. Remove the "SET" link and disconnect "PED" and "FRX" from "COM".
7. The card is now programmed to default settings as shown on page 44 (Gate open/closed limits are
not affected).
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Set-up Troubleshooting Guide
SET-UP
STEP
4 or 18
10
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES & SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM
SET light is not on:
Check that the SET link is correctly fitted. Fit and remove the
link a few times to ensure good contact, restart from step 2.
L2 is not on:
All sources of power on the card must be removed. Check by
confirming that all the lights turn off, before reconnecting the
power with the set link fitted, restart from step 2.
STATUS light did not
flash 5 times:
The controller did not “boot-up” correctly. Try to fit the charger
plug before reconnecting the battery, restart from step 2.
L1 is flashing:
Check for and remove latching inputs on the TRG terminal
then restart from step 2 on page 24.
There is a short click but
the motor does not turn.
The STATUS light flashes
L2 turns on.
There is a click, the
motor turns but the gate
does not move.
! Check for loose connections or corrosion on battery
terminals.
! If an external battery is used, check that the battery cables
2
are not too thin. They must be no less than 4mm
! Check for low battery condition by following procedure A
on page 37.
! Correct the problem, remove and refit the SET link and
start from step 8 on page 24.
The manual release mechanism is still in manual mode, restart
from step 6.
Three consecutive slow
relay clicks but motor
does not move.
! The motor not being connected to the controller, or
! The motor fuse could be blown, or
! The motor is faulty. Check motor by connecting motor
leads directly to the battery.
Motor makes three short
opposing movements on
gate, L2 comes on.
! The DOSS sensor system is faulty.
! Is the DOSS harness
plugged in? If so, there could be a fault on the sensor,
cable or controller.
! Is there any water or oil present in the DOSS sensor
area? Correct the problem as restart from step 5
10.2
Gate is fully open and
does not return to
complete the Automatic
Setup Routine. L2 and L1
are off.
! Battery capacity too low to complete setup.
10.3
Gate runs full speed into
endstop.
! Gate origin marker not present. See page 22 for fitting
instructions.
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10.6
12
14
Gate does not open to
pedestrian opening.
! Origin marker not positioned correctly. (See Figure 19)
Gate does not stop at
pedestrian but continues
all the way to the open
end stop.
! Continuous trigger on PED input.
! Origin Marker not positioned correctly.
Gate hits closed end
stop, but does not reopen
Is the magnetic sensor switch functioning correctly? Ensure
the gate magnet passes as close as possible to the sensor.
See page 23.
Gate hits the endstop.
With the CE chip installed the crawl distance is much longer.
Check that the origin marker is correctly positioned as
shown on page 23.
The gate does not move,
STATUS light flashes 5
times and L2 turns on.
! Check that the set link has been removed.
! Check if the LCK & IRB LED’s are on.
! Check if the FRX LED is off.
The gate stopped short
of either the open or
closed position:
! The gate limits were not set correctly. Restart from step 6
on page 24.
! The gate dynamics could be detected as a collision by the
controller. Set the gate collision sensitivity to be less
sensitive (feature 7 to setting 2 or 3) (See page 44)
The gate does not close
when pressing TEST:
! Mode of operation could be set to condominium, which
only allows the gate to be closed by the auto-close timer.
! The safety beams or holiday lockout features could be
activated. Check the IRB and LCK lights, both must be ON
for normal operation.
! The link between COMMON and LCK might not be fitted,
when the safety lockout feature is not used.
! The link between COMMON and IRB might not be fitted,
when safety beams are not used.
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Fault Finding Guide
PROBLEM
1
Gate does not move:
POSSIBLE CAUSES & SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM
! Check that you are out of programming mode, SET light
must be OFF.
! LCK (lockout) input activated. Green LCK light should be
ON.
! IRB (IR beams) input activated (Gate will not close once
open). Green IRB light should be ON. Check cabling, and
12V power (3A auxiliary fuse).
! Latching input on TRG or FRX. (Both TRG and FRX lights
must be off for gate to operate.)
! Check the battery condition with procedure A: Low battery
voltage condition, later in this section.
! If STATUS light flashes 4 times then the operator is in
Multiple Collision Mode. Remove & reapply all power, or
wait 60 seconds to reset operation. If required, check with
procedure B: False collision detection, later in this
section.
! If the problem persists, the CP80 main controller might be
faulty.
2
Gate does not move, but the
relays “click” for +/- 2 seconds
when the unit is activated:
! Motor brushes could be faulty.
! Check the motor wires.
! Check 16A fuse and connections.
! If STATUS light flashes 4 times then the operator is in
Multiple Collision Mode . Check for and remove
possible obstructions. Remove & reapply all power, or
wait 60 seconds to reset operation. If required, check
with procedure B: False collision detection, later in this
section.
3
Gate does not move, but the
relays “click” and drop out
immediately.
! Faulty battery. Check the battery condition with procedure
A: Low battery voltage condition, especially if the STATUS
light flashes 3 times.
! If the problem persists, the CP80 main controller might be
faulty.
4
Gate moves a short distance
and stops:
! Check the battery condition with procedure A: Low battery
voltage condition, especially if the STATUS light flashes 3
times.
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Fault Finding Guide Continued...
5
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES & SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM
Gate moves a short distance
and stops:
! Check for false collisions with procedure B: False
collision detection, later in this section (STATUS light
could also flash 4 times if the number of detected collisions
exceeded the COLLISION COUNTER feature value).
! Intermittent IRB trigger only on closing cycle. Check that
the voltage applied to the beams is appropriate.
! Spurious trigger. Remote with same coding operated in
area, or intermittent short due to possible moisture on the
FRX or TRG inputs. Monitor FRX or TRG LED's.
! If the problem is still not solved, the CP80 main controller
might be faulty.
6
Gate starts closing then stops &
reopens:
! Check collision sensitivity and other causes with procedure B: False collision detection.
7
Gate overruns its limits:
! Check that the origin marker is correctly positioned as
shown on page 23.
! Check that the ORIGIN sensor wire harness is securely
plugged into the CP80 control card, the DOSS sensor
assembly and the magnetic switch assembly (see items 2
and 21 on page 12)
! Check that the respective ORIGIN sensor is securely
clipped into the housing.
! Check if the gate origin was accidentally moved, steps 4
to 10 of the electrical setup. If so reset the limits.
! If the problem is not solved, the CP80 main controller
might be faulty.
8
Unreliable auto-close
! Latching Receiver on TRG, would activate the auto-close
override feature.
! Long pulse on TRG would activate the auto-close override
feature.
! Faulty IR Beam signal.
! Intermittent power loss, check for low voltages with
procedure A: Low battery voltage condition.
! If the problem is still not solved, the CP80 main controller
might be faulty.
Page 36
Fault Finding Guide Continued...
PROBLEM
9
Gate opens to pedestrian
and closes
POSSIBLE CAUSES & SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM
! Intermittent fault on PED (pedestrian) input. Check
wiring, and key switch operation.
B: False collision detection.
! If the problem is still not solved, the CP80 main controller
might be faulty.
10 Gate takes a few seconds
before it opens to pedestrian
! By default the motor would delay opening to pedestrian for
2 seconds. This time can be changed by altering the value
of the PREFLASH TIME feature (FEATURE 11) (Minimum
time is 1 second).
11 Gate opens to pedestrian &
stays there
! There is a continuous PED signal, the PED light will be on
continuously. (The PED light & signal must turn on
momentarily for the gate to close after a pedestrian signal.)
Check for latching Receiver, or a faulty key switch.
! If the problem is still not solved, the CP80 main controller
might be faulty.
12 Gate stuck in the Open
position
! There is a continuous FRX,TRG signal, the FRX, TRG
light will be on continuously. (The TRG, FRX light & signal
must turn on momentarily for the gate to operate normally.)
! If the problem is still not solved, the CP80 main controller
might be faulty.
13 Gate opens from the intercom
but not from the receiver
The fault is with the receiver.
! Check the wiring between the receiver and control card.
! Check that the receiver has power. If not, check the 3A
Auxiliary fuse on the main controller. (NB. remove fuse
before measuring.)
! The receiver could be faulty.
! Check remotes are learned correctly to receiver.
A
Low Battery
(If the battery voltage is less than 10.5V, the motor would not
Voltage Condition
operate at all. For any other voltage, the battery could still be
(STATUS light flashes 3 times) the cause of the problem.
! Check that the power is turned ON, by first disconnecting the battery and then to check that the green CHARGE
light is ON. If it is OFF, then check the power supply fuse
(CP84E 250mA) (PSU 6 1A). If the fuse is fine, power is
not connected to the charger or the power pack.
Page 37
Fault Finding Guide Continued...
PROBLEM
Low Battery
Voltage Condition
(STATUS light flashes 3 times)
(Continued)
POSSIBLE CAUSES & SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM
! Check the condition of the battery leads, terminals and
connectors. Look for and correct all loose connections and
signs of corrosion.
! The battery might be discharged. Measure the battery
voltage with the charger connected, if the voltage is below
12.5V then the battery is discharged. The number of
opening cycles per hour may be excessive, thus discharging the battery. Charge the battery, or fit a 10A power pack
with CP80 PSU) if required.
! Charger might be faulty. Disconnect the battery, and
measure the voltage on the battery leads. It must be
between 13.6V and 13.8V, if not replace the charger.
! Battery might be old, and might have to be replaced. If
in doubt test as follows:
# Check that the battery is charged, by ensuring that
the battery voltage is above 13.5V with the charger
connected. (If the battery is in a good condition it
would probably pass the test without being fully
charged)
# Disconnect the charger from the battery
# Remove the DC Motor leads from the DC
Controller
# Apply the DC motor leads directly to the battery,
while measuring the battery voltage. WARNING: First
make sure that the moving gate will not pose any
danger.
# If the gate does not move, the battery or motor
could be faulty.
# If the battery voltage remains unchanged, then the
motor is faulty and must be serviced. If the battery
voltage drops to below 11,2V then the battery
must be replaced.
(Before replacing the battery, measure the charging voltage
on the battery leads with the battery disconnected. It must be
between 13.6V and 13.8V, if not, replace the charger.)
B
False Collision Detection
(STATUS light flashes
4 times to indicate that
number of collisions have
exceeded COLLISION
COUNTER feature value. Wait
60 seconds, or remove &
reapply all power to reset
operation.)
! Check for badly running gate, or something physically
obstructing the gate. Activate the manual override and
manually move the gate to check for ease of operation.
! Check for ants, dirt, oil or water in and around the DOSS
sensor.
! Check the DC motor wires for loose connections.
! Check contact of the fuses with the fuse holder on CP80
(main controller). The fuse must tightly snap into place.
Page 38
Fault Finding Guide Continued...
PROBLEM
False Collision Detection
(STATUS light could flash
4 times to indicate that
number of collisions have
exceeded COLLISION
COUNTER feature value. Wait
60 seconds, or remove &
reapply all power to reset
operation.) (Continued)
POSSIBLE CAUSES & SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM
! Check that the sensor wire harness is securely plugged
into the CP80 (master controller) into the DOSS sensor.
! Check that the DOSS sensor is securely clipped into the
housing.
! If the problem is not solved replace the DOSS sensor and
main controller (CP80).
Note:
Red/Black/Orange Wire = Origin Switch
and
Red/Black/Purple Wire = DOSS Sensor
Page 39
CP80 Power Connections
CENTURION SYSTEMS CP80 V1.2
L1
CHARGE
TEST
MICRO CONTROLLER
CHIP VERSION: D5 V...
DOSS
BLOW
(LED)
SET
PEDESTRIAN
LOCK
FREE EXIT
TRIGGER
3A FAST
LIGHT RELAY
INFRA RED BEAM
(LED’s)
PROGRAMMING SET LINK
SERIAL #
STATUS
AUXILIARY FUSE 3A F/B
LIGHT FUSE
OPEN RELAY
CLOSE RELAY
DC CHARGER
INPUT
4-WAY
CONNECTOR
(LED)
MASTER FUSE 16A S/B
L2
(LED)
SET
LIGHT
COM
COM
12V TRG IRB FRX LED PED LCK SET
2
For detailed connections, refer
to CP80 controller signal
connections on Page 41.
M
LIVE
NEUTRAL
AUXILIARY
SUPPLY
3-WAY
CONNECTOR
220V AC
MAINS IN
L
N
E
Plugs onto
CP80 Controller
CP84ER5V01
When setting the gate limits during the
commissioning procedure as described on
Page 24, it may be necessary to change the
motor direction.
To change the master motor direction swop
wires (1) and (2).
Page 40
RED / BLACK / ORANGE
1
- BATTERY +
TO MAGNETIC
ORIGIN SWITCH
(See item 2,
Page 11)
RED / BLACK / PURPLE
MOTOR
3-WAY
CONNECTOR
TO DOSS
SENSOR
(See item 21,
Page 11)
CP80 Signal Connections
DOSS
SET
PEDESTRIAN
LOCK
FREE EXIT
TRIGGER
INFRA RED BEAM
3A FAST
LIGHT RELAY
LIGHT FUSE
(LED’s)
SET
LOOP
LOOP DETECTOR
Page 41
PILLAR LIGHT PUSHBUTTON
FOR OPERATORS FITTED WITH A CE CHIP, THIS
IS REPLACED BY OPENING BEAM IF REQUIRED
HOLIDAY LOCKOUT KEYSWITCH
FREE EXIT CIRCUITRY
NO
NC
COM
+12V
IRB RECEIVER
NEG
IRB Tx
STATUS LED
NO
NC
COM
+12V/24V
NEG
12V or 24V
REMOTE CONTROL CIRCUITRY
+12V/24V
RADIO RECEIVER
INFRA RED BEAM CIRCUITRY
12V TRG IRB FRX LED PED LCK SET
NO
COM
NC
COM
COM
LIGHT
NEG
Y+
For a detailed description of
terminal functions, refer to
C o n t r o l l e r Te r m i n a l
Features on Page 31.
PEDESTRIAN KEYSWITCH
BLOW
(LED)
PROGRAMMING SET LINK
SERIAL #
STATUS
AUXILIARY FUSE 3A F/B
PUSHBUTTON
FOR SWITCHING
PILLAR LIGHT (N/0)
HOLIDAY
LOCKOUT
SWITCH
(N/C)
PEDESTRIAN
KEYSWITCH (N/O)
(RETURN SPRING)
CP84E Charger Connection
6
E
NL
5
L
N
E
1
2
4
1
CP84E Charger Transformer
2
14.2V DC charger plug to CP80 controller
3
Lightning Earth Point
4
220V AC, 1Ø, Mains Supply for CP84E using
removable connectors
5
Mains fuse (250mA Slow-blow (T), size 5 x 20mm)
6
Auxiliary Mains Connecton, 220V AC
3
CP84XTE Charger Connection
E
NL
4
5
L
N
E
1
2
6
1
CP84XTE Charger Transformer
2
14.2V DC charger plug to
CP80 controller
3
Lightning Earth Point
4
19V AC, 1Ø, Supply for
CP84XTE
5
Fuse (250mA Slow-blow (T),
size 5 x 20mm)
6
CP53 Power supply
3
CP80
PSUx Power Connection
EARTH
BATT -
PSUx - Power Supply Unit
2
220V AC, 1Ø, Mains Supply for CP84E using
removable connectors
3
DC charger plug to CP80 controller
4
12V DC lead acid battery (Amp/hour rating to
suit)
5
Mains Fuse - 1A Slow-blow (T) size
(5x20mm)
6
20A Slow-blow fuse
1
6
RED
BATT +
1
2
BLACK
L
N
E
5
-
BATT
BATT +
MOTOR
MOTOR
3
For PSU operated D3 or D5 operators, use
a CP80PSU controller or a modified
equivalent.
4
Page 42
Recommended Earthing for Effective
Lightning Protection
L N E
220V AC
AUX OUTPUT
Push-on
Connector
PSU Unit
E N L
220V AC
INPUT
Quick
Release
Link
Optional lightning
arrester for areas
with high lightning
incidences
Ring
Lug
Ring
Lug
Baseplate
Operator
earth
Earth Spike
Figure 25 Lightning Protection Connections
1. For optimum lightning protection ensure earth cable from charger/PSU unit is adequately
earthed to a separate earth spike.
2. Use ring lug to bond to baseplate mounting stud.
3. For additional protection bond baseplate to earth spike.
4. In event of damage to charger/PSU unit disconnect quick release link and push-on
connector on controller.
5. In areas with a high incidence of lightning it is recommended to add an additional high current
arrester on the mains input (1) before the charger. Ensure the earth of the surge arrester is
securely bonded to the operator earth.
Page 43
CP80 Controller Features
FEATURE
DESCRIPTION
Gate Limit Settings
STATUS or COUNT
FEATURE
NUMBER
1
STATUS
VALUE
-
COUNT
VALUE
-
1
Auto-close
2
Auto-close Time
3
Mode of Operation
4
ON
OFF (Default)
2
-
1 Flash = 1 second
15 seconds (Default)
1
-
STANDARD (Default)
2
-
CONDOMINIUM
3
-
PIRAC
4
-
REVERSING
Pedestrian Auto-close
5
-
1 Flash = 1 second
5 seconds (Default)
Courtesy Light
6
-
1 Flash = 10 seconds
120 seconds (Default)
1
-
HIGH*
2
-
MEDIUM (Default)*
Collision Sensitivity*
7
Auto-close Override
8
Positive Close Mode
9
Preflashing
†
-
DESCRIPTION
See detailed instructions on page 25
10
3
-
LOW
-
1 Flash = 1 second
3 second (Default)
1
-
ON
2
-
OFF (Default)
1
-
MODE 1
2
-
MODE 2
3
-
MODE 3
4
-
OFF (Default)
5 seconds (Default)
Preflash Time
11
-
1 Flash = 1 second
Collision Counter
12
-
1 Flash = 1 count
4 counts (Default)
Crawl distance †
13
-
1 Flash = 350mm
1 Count = 350mm
The crawl distance is a length of travel which allows the gate to slow down before reaching the end stop. For heavier
gates with less friction, the crawl distance may have to be increased. When increasing the crawl distance, the origin
marker (Figure 19) must be moved and the gate limits reset as in step 6, page 24.
Where operators have been fitted with a CE chip, the crawl distance value is fixed to a count of 2.
* For CE compliance use a collision sensitivity value of 1 or 2 only
DEFAULT
CRAWL
DISTANCE†
STATUS FLASH
COUNT
DISTANCE BETWEEN
MARKER AND PINION
350mm
1
500mm
700mm
2
750mm
1050mm
3
1100mm
To speed up the counting while selecting main menu items, temporarily connect the PED
terminal to the COM terminal.
Page 44
LED Indicator Lights
The controller is fitted with diagnostic LED's (Light Emitting Diodes) that assist with the set-up and
maintenance of the gate. Table 3 provides a description and purpose of the indicator LED's. See page 40
for location.
NAME
COLOUR
ON
OFF
REMARKS
TRG
Red
Signal present
No signal
N/A
IRB
Green
Safeties clear
Safeties obstructed
N/A
FRX
Red
Signal present
No signal
N/A
PED
Red
Signal present
No signal
N/A
LCK
Green
System ready to
operate
System locked
N/A
SET
Red
Signal present
No signal
N/A
STATUS
Red
Gate fully open
Gate fully closed
Off Gate is closed.
Slow continuous flash - Gate is opening.
On Gate is open.
Fast continuous flash - Gate is closing.
1 Flash/sec - Pillar light on permanently.
2 Flashes/sec - No mains.
3 Flashes/sec - Battery low detection.
4 Flashes/sec - Collision detector operated.
5 Flashes/sec - Microprocessor reset.
(During
normal
operation)
STATUS
Red
The number of flashes correspond to the
STATUS or COUNT value being set.
Red
Origin diagnostic
(Changes state to indicate origin status)
Off when gate is on "CLOSED" side.
On when gate is on "OPEN" side.
(During
programme
mode)
L1
(During
normal
operation)
L1
(During
programme
mode)
L2
Red
The number of flashes corresponds with
the FEATURE number being selected
If LED2 also on,
system reset to
factory default.
Red
DOSS diagnostic
(Changes state to indicate DOSS pulses)
(During
normal
operation)
L2
Red
System in programme
mode.
If L1 also on,
system reset to
factory default.
Green
Battery charging
(During
programme
mode)
CHARGER
ON
No charge voltage
present.
Table3 LED Indicator Light Description & Purpose
Page 45
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.
NEVER ASSUME THE USER KNOWS HOW TO SAFELY OPERATE AN AUTOMATED GATE. Even if
the user has used one before, it does not mean he knows how to SAFELY operate it. Make sure that the
user fully understands the following safety requirements before finally handing over the site.
Ensure that the user fully understands:
!
How to operate the manual release mechanism. (By demonstration)
!
How the obstruction detection and all other safety features work. (By demonstration)
!
All the safety considerations associated with operating an automated gate, and that he
understands that he is responsible for explaining these safety instructions to all other users of
the automated system:
1. Do not activate your gate opener unless you can see it and can determine that its area of
travel is clear of people pets, or other obstructions.
2. NO ONE MAY CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING GATE. Always keep people and objects
away from the gate and its area of travel.
3. NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE OR PLAY WITH THE GATE CONTROLS, and do not
allow children or pets near the gate area.
4. Be careful with moving parts and avoid close proximity to areas where fingers or hands could
be pinched.
5. Secure all easily accessed gate opener controls in order to prevent unauthorized use of the
gate.
6. Keep the automated gate system properly maintained, and ensure that all working areas are
free of debris and other effects that could affect the gate operation and safety.
7. On a monthly basis, check the obstruction detection system and safety devices for correct
operation.
8. All repair, and service work to this product must be done by a suitably qualified person.
9. 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 an/or be a source of danger.
10.Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd does not accept any liability caused by improper use of the
product, or for use other than that for which the automated system was intended.
11.Ensure that the customer is in possession of the User Guide and also complete the
installation details in the back of the User Guide.
Page 46
Installation Details
Installation Date:
Installer's Name:
Installer's Address:
Installation Checked By:
Installer's Telephone Number:
Page 47
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SECURITE DU PACIFIQUE, NEW CALEDONIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tel: 283-760
INDIAN OCEAN
SECULOGIX LTD, MAURITIUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tel: 467-8509
SECURITE AUTOMATISMES REUNION, REUNION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tel: 280-368
ASIA & PACIFIC
VAST VIDEO, MALAYSIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tel: (3) 214-34931
BLT ASSOCIATES, THAILAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tel: (2) 691-6793
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