Sliding Gate Motors User Guide

Sliding Gate Motors User Guide
 CENTURION
D3, D5, and A10
Product Code: CP70SLIDV3
USER GUIDE
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Latest Revision: 22.01.2010
Document Ref.: 1114.D.01.0002_24
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Product Guarantee D3 and D5
The CENTURION D3 and D5 Version 3 sliding gate operators are manufactured with extreme care,
thoroughly inspected and tested. The operators are only guaranteed against faulty materials or
workmanship for a period of 24 months from the invoice date of the operator, or 26 months from the
manufacturing date (as shown on the serial number label of the operator), whichever expires first.
The guarantee will cover the repair or replacement at our discretion of such faulty materials or parts
free of charge, provided that the equipment is returned to our workshop.
The guarantee only applies to the gearbox, motor, controller and other components specific to the
operator. Peripheral components such as the charger, battery and other ancillary devices connected
to the operator carry the guarantee provided for these components.
This quarantee will not apply to any operator which:
a. Has been subject to misuse or which has been used for any purpose other than
designed for by CENTURION SYSTEMS.
b. Has not been installed in accordance with the installation instructions provided.
c. Has damage caused as a result of handling during transit, atmospheric conditions,
insect infestation, power surges or other forces outside of our control.
d. Has been repaired by any workshop and/or persen NOT previously authorised by
CENTURION SYSTEMS.
e, Has been repaired with components not previously tested, passed or authorised by
CENTURION SYSTEMS.
Product Guarantee A10
All CENTURION products are manufactured with extreme care, thoroughly inspected and tested. The
products are only guaranteed against faulty materials or workmanship for a period of 12 months
from the invoice date of the product, or 14 months from the manufacturing date (as shown on the
serial number label of the operator), whichever expires first.
The guarantee will cover the repair or replacement at our discretion of such faulty materials or parts
free of charge provided that the equipment is returned to our workshop.
This guarantee will not apply to any equipment which:
a. Has been subject to misuse or which has been used for any purpose other than
designed for by the manufacturers.
b. Has not been installed in accordance with the installation instructions provided.
c, Has damage caused as a result of handling during transit, atmospheric conditions,
insect infestation, power surges or other forces outside our control.
d. Has been repaired by any workshop and/or person NOT previously authorised by
CENTURION SYSTEMS.
e. Has been repaired with components not previously tested, passed or authorised by
CENTURION SYSTEMS.
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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 totechnical or installation problems.
The equipmentis installed worldwide and is available through a network of distributors.
CENTURION is an ISO 9001 - 2008 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) Lid. to notify any persons of any such revisions orchanges, Additionally, Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd. makes no representations or waranties with
respactto this manual.
No part ofthis document may be copied, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic. mechanical, optical or photographie,
without the express prior written consent of Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd.
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Table of Contents
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Introduction
This guide highlights the features and operation of CENTURION SLIDING GATE
OPERATORS to ensure that you, the user, get the most from your system. Basic
maintenance is also described, but in the event of product malfunction, you are
advised to contact your installer, or your local Centurion branch (refer to back page).
Models covered
e CENTURION D3 sliding gate operator
es CENTURION D5 sliding gate operator
e CENTURION A10 sliding gate operator
Main features
D3 and D5
A key feature of these products is the chassis/gearbox which is moulded from a
high-tech engineering polymer. The user benefits from this material in terms of its
aesthetics, and corrosion-free properties. Due to the self-locking action of the
internal gearset, the unit is resistant to forced entry.
An optional theft-resistant cage is available to give additional peace of mind.
A revolutionary aspect of the CENTURION range of operators is the limit switch
mechanism. Mounted internally, and therefore tamper proof, the limit switch
monitors the speed and location ofthe gate, ensuring reliable and safe anti-crushing
protection and accurate position control.
Precise control of the gate stopping position is achieved by a high resolution
encoder wheel and opto-electronic sensor built into the unit.
The electronic controller has many advanced features including variable sensitivity
collision detection, adjustable delay autoclose, pedestrian opening, etc.
Advanced lightning protection is built into the controller as standard. On the D3 and
D5 domestic models, a 12V battery is the primary power source, thus providing a
limited number of operations in the event of a mains power failure.
This battery is normally charged by an internal 220V* charger. For sites where a
220V mains supply is unavailable, an external 220-12V adaptor, or solar panel is
optional (see SOLAR PANEL, page 17 for more details about solar charging).
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In multi-user applications the D5 operator is available with a transformer rectifier unit
(power-pack), which replaces the battery and charger. The power pack operates
directly off a 220V* mains supply only. Battery backup is available by simply adding
an externally mounted battery.
* Alternative voltage ratings are available on request
A10
Engineered for industrial and high-duty sites, the A10 is built around a precision-
machined, die-cast aluminium chassis/gearbox incorporating a self-locking gearset.
Accordingly, the unit is resistant to forced entry.
The integral electronic controller has similar functions to those of the D3 or D5 and
uses the same technology in terms of origin and encoder signal inputs. Unique to the
A10 is the high speed mode, enabling adjustable opening and closing speeds up to
30 metres per minute.
The key to the A10's outstanding torque and duty cycle lies in the three-phase
induction motor and electronic inverter that form the heart of the system. Single-
phase 220V AC power is converted into variable frequency three-phase power,
allowing electronically controlled soft starting and stopping ofthe motor.
An optional DC converteris available, containing 12V batteries and UPS type backup
circuits. This enables the A10 to continue operating for a limited period inthe event of
a power failure. Another option is the theft-resistant cage, to give additional peace of
mind.
“Endurance” and "Heavy Duty” derivatives ofthe A10 are available to suit high duty,
and high gate mass sites respectively.
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Normal operation
The gates can be opened or closed in the following way:
Radio transmitter
A handheld radio transmitter, carried in the motor car, sends a coded signal to the
receiver mounted inthe control enclosure to open or close the gate.
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If the transmitter is pressed while the gate is either opening or closing the gate will
immediately stop. Pressing the button again will cause the gate to reverse.
If the automatic closing feature (see Controller Features and Functions) has been
selected and the gate is closing automatically when the transmitter is pressed, the
gate will stop and stay in that position. Pressing the button again will cause the gate to
re-open. If the gate is opening with the automatic closing facility selected, and the
transmitter is then pressed, the gate will stop. The gate will close automatically after
the autoclose delay time.
Intercom pushbutton
Visitor outside gate requests entrance. Gate opened fromintercom
pushbutton inside house.
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The gates can be opened or closed in the following way:
Radio transmitter
A handheld radio transmitter, carried in the motor car, sends a coded signal to the
receiver mounted inthe control enclosure to open or close the gate.
e Press once forapproximately one second to initiate gate motion.
If the transmitter is pressed while the gate Is either opening or closing the gate will
Pedestrian keyswitch (optional)
The pedestrian keyswitch is fitted to the gate pillar. It's purpose is to open the gate a
limited amount for pedestrians.
e Fit the key into the keyswitch and
turn the key clockwise as though
starting a motorcar.
e Let key spring back to rest position
and remove key immediately.
To allow time for removal of the key,
there is a five second delay before the
gate begins to open. Ifthe courtesy light
Is connected to the control card it will
flash five times, indicating that the
sighal has been accepted.
The gate will open approximately one metre and then stop. After five seconds the
gate will automatically close.
The gate can be held open by keeping the key turned in the keyswitch. As soon as
the key is released back to its normal rest position, the gate will close after the five
second delay. (The opening distance and the time that the gate remains open can be
adjusted to suit. Default values are described above).
Ifa protection beam has been fitted (refer section “Protection Beams”) and the beam
Is broken while the gate is closing, the gate will stop. The gate will remain in that
position while the beam is broken and only close five seconds after the beam has
been cleared.
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Controller features and functions
Introduction
The electronic controller synchronizes the functions of the gate operator. Although
the controllers for each operator are marginally different, the functions and safety
features which are described below are similar.
Anti-crushing device
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Ifthe gate is obstructed repeatedly four times, either opening or closing, often referred
to as multiple collision, the gate will stop and will not respond to trigger inputs for two
minutes.
After this time the gate will once again respond to command signals. This function is a
warning to the user that the obstruction must be removed. (The number of obstruc-
tions before the system will shutdown can be adjusted to suit, default is four).
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Automatic alignment
CENTURION operators are fitted with a manual override mechanism. This is to allow
the gate to be operated in the event of a total malfunction of the equipment. It is also
required if the mains power has failed in the case ofthe 220V operators ( A10 models).
When a command signal is given after the gate has been moved manually and then re-
engaged, the gate will drive to either it's fully open, or closed, position. Referred to as
automatic alignment, the gate can only be stopped, but not reversed until the align-
ment cycle is complete. The system will then revert to normal operation.
Automatic closing (optional)
The system has the facility to automatically close the gate after it has been opened.
The default setting is that this facility is disabled. The time that the gate remains open
can be adjusted up to four minutes where the default is 15 seconds.
Autoclose override
The autoclose function can be temporarily overridden by holding down the remote
control pushbutton or intercom gate release when opening the gate, until the gate
stops. (Default setting is three seconds. It can be changed to suit.) This confirms
that the autoclose has been overridden. On releasing the button, the gate will
continue to open fully, and remain open as long as required.
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Closing the gate by using either the transmitter or intercom gate release button
resets the system back to autoclose.
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If a gate status indicator (LED) has been fitted inside the house, an additional
confirmation of the functioning of the override is provided. The status LED will
stop flashing and remain ON when the autoclose has been overridden.
Mains failure detection (D3/D5 only)
Although these systems will continue to operate in the event of a mains power failure
due to the built-in battery, it is important to register that there is a problem before the
battery is runflat.
The controller (CP80) monitors whether mains voltage (via the charger transformer)
Is present. If not, the gate status LED, will flash twice every two seconds to indicate
mains loss.
Battery low protection (D3/D5 only)
The controller has circuitry that monitors the state of the battery. During a power
failure energy is drawn from the battery, but not replaced. To prevent the battery
running flat and being damaged, the protection circuitry shuts off the gate system
when the battery voltage drops below 10.6V.
NOTE: - LED WILL FLASH THREE TIMES
EVERY TWO SECONDS TO INDICATE
BATTERY VOLTAGE IS LOW
- D3/D5 OPERATOR PCB SHOWN
If the gate status
indicator has not been
fitted inside the house,
there is an equivalent LED
mounted on the controller
RED LED marked “STATUS”
Thermal overload (A10 only)
In the event of the A10 operator being used excessively and the duty cycle rating of
the unit exceeded, the unit will shut down due to thermal overload in order to protect
the system from abuse.
The unit cannot be re-operated until the unit has cooled. To provide indication to the
userthatthis is the cause ofthe fault the status LED will flash twice every two seconds.
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Origin sensor fail (A10 only)
The A10 operator uses an origin switch to ensure it stops in the correct open and
closed positions. If this switch fails for any reason, the operator will shut down. To
provide indication to the user that there has been an origin sensor failure, the
status LED will flash three times every two seconds.
This condition is treated as serious and the unit cannot be activated again until the
gate has been moved manually either fully open or fully closed, ensuring that the
gate magnet has passed the sensor. If the sensor registers correctly, the unit will
reset, and can be operated again. If the sensor does not re-register, the unit will
remain in the locked state.
a If the system cannot be reset by following the procedure above, it is a clear
indication that the SENSOR is faulty or not switching reliably. It is important that
the operation ofthe SENSOR is checked by a qualified technician.
Lightning protection
All CENTURION controllers have onboard lightning protection. The protection
circuitry was designed in conjunction with the CSIR. Provided that the system has
been properly earthed the protection will significantly improve the resistance of the
system against lightning strikes.
Ancillary equipment
Protection beams (optional, but recommended)
An infrared beam, or underground loop across the gate entrance may be connected
to the controller as an additional safety feature. When a motor vehicle activates the
loop or beam the following occurs:
e |fthe gate is closing, it will immediately stop and reopen
e |fthe transmitter or intercom gate release pushbutton is pressed while the beam
is broken, orthe loop activated, the gate will remain open. The autoclose time will
restart its countdown
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Holiday lockout (optional)
À keyswiteh can be connected to the gate system that will allow the system to be
totally immobilised. The keyswitch is mounted with access from the outside of the
property. When the keyswitch is OFF, the gate system will shut down and it will not
be possible to operate the gate. When the keyswitch is ON, the gate system will
operate normally.
This is an added security feature should the property be unattended for an
extended length oftime.
The holiday lock out facility could also be activated using a keypad, radio receiver
with a latching output or an ON/OFF toggle switch.
Courtesy light timer (optional)
If a 220V power supply is available at the gate, timed courtesy lights can be
connected through the controller. Each time the gate is opened, the lights will
switch on for a period of time and switch off. The time can be adjusted up to forty
minutes inten second increments.
A courtesy light pushbutton can be mounted inside the house (typically on the
intercom) allowing convenient control ofthe lights. By pressing the pushbutton.
By pressing the courtesy light pushbutton (if fitted), momentarily the light will switch
on for the light timer period and automatically switch off. By pressing and holding
the pushbutton down for three seconds the lights will switch on and remain on. The
status LED (if fitted) will flash once every two seconds to confirm this. To switch off
the lights, press the pushbutton momentarily. If courtesy lights are fitted to the
controller, and the pedestrian keyswitch is operated, the courtesy lights will flash for
five seconds before the gate opens. This warns the pedestrian that the gate will
open within five seconds allowing time to remove the key and stand back from the
gate.
Pre-flashing
The courtesy light can be programmed to flash for a period of time before the gate
starts to open or close. The courtesy light timer will function as normal. (Pre-flash
time can be adjusted to suit, from 1 to 250 seconds, where the default is five
seconds). By default pre-flashing is off.
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Gate status indication (optional)
The controller can provide visual indication inside the house of the position of the
gate and the condition ofthe battery and power supply. An LED is typically mounted
on the intercom inside the house. The different signals of the LED are shown in the
following table:
LED STATUS INDICATION
Slow reqular flash Gate is opening
Quick regular flash Gate is closing
Off Gate is closed
On Gate is open
1 Flash/2 seconds Courtesy light switched on (see
Courtesy Light Timer, page 15)
2 Flashes/2 seconds | Mains failure (D3/D5 only. See Mains
Failure Detection, page 13)
Or:
Over temperature (A10 only. See
Thermal Overload, page 14)
3 Flashes/2 seconds | Battery low (D3/D5 only, See Battery
Low Protection, page 13)
Or:
Missed origin (A10 only. See
Origin Sensor Fail, page 14)
4 Flashes/2 seconds | Collision shutdown
(See Anti-crushing Device, page 11)
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Solar panel (optional on
D3/D5 systems only)
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operations of an average gate without
causing the battery to discharge over a
It is necessary to have at least a 35Ah deep cycle low-maintenance battery fitted, in
orderto provide sufficient backup capacity during days of poor weather.
period oftime.
Forturther details contact your local CENTURION agent.
DC Converter module (optional for A10 only)
The DC converter module allows the A10 gate operator to function from a 12V battery
inthe absence of AC mains. The converter module steps up the 12V battery supply to
310V DC. The inverter drive on the A10 operator then switches the high voltage DC
supply to run the three-phase induction motor.
1%": [cl The 310V DC supply is hazardous and potentially lethal.
The A10 DC converter module should be installed and
maintained by a qualified installer.
The following features are of interest:
The converter module includes battery protection circuitry. This circuitry prevents the
converter module from being damaged in the event of reverse polarity connection. In
addition the circuitry automatically disconnects the battery when the battery drops
into a low-voltage state. This prevents the converter module from running the battery
flat and potentially damaging the battery.
There is a pushbutton on the converter module that manually reconnects the battery
in the event of a power failure and low battery voltage state.
Upon activation, and if the battery voltage exceeds the low-voltage parameter, the
protection circuitry will automatically keep the battery connected to the converter. If,
on the other hand, the battery voltage is below the low-voltage parameter, the
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protection circuitry will not connect the battery to the converter.
The DC Converter module has three status LEDs. These LEDs indicate battery
status, AC mains status, and lastly the temperature of the converter. The LEDs
operate inthe following manner:
When ON ‘ When OFF .
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LED it indicates: 9 it indicates: Logic
DC converter will
Battery Battery is Voltage shut down until
status fully charged low battery reaches
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The converter module has a current limiting fuse on the high-voltage supply. Caution
must be exercised when checking this fuse.
The procedure to replace the fuse is outlined below:
1. Disconnect the mains from the entire system. This includes the A10, and
the converter module
2. Disconnectthe battery
3. Disconnect the six-way header that connects the converter module to the
A10. The converter module is now off, and the board is safe to handle
4. Remove the fuse protection housing (Ifthe housing is still in place)
>. Remove the fuse and replace it with a 3A, 250V, fast-blow fuse. (Dimensions
5mm x 20mm)
6. Reconnectthe six-way header
7. Reconnectthe battery
8, Reconnectthe mains
Upon reconnecting, ifthe converter module fails to function correctly in the event of
a powerfailure, referto an installer or service technician.
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Special Functions
Reversing mode
Apart from the standard mode of operation as described in the section Normal
Operation, the system offers another mode of operation. Referred to as Reversing
mode, if the transmitter is pressed while the gate is moving, the gate will automati-
cally reverse direction. The gate can never be left in mid position with this mode
selected.
Other modes of operation which can be selected and operated using a radio trans-
mitter are CONDOMINIUM and PIRAC, which are described below.
Condominium
The system can be programmed for "Condominium” operation. This mode of
operation will override the normal mode of operation described under the section
“Normal Operation”. This facility is designed for greater safety and security in
applications where there will be a number of users, such as the gate at a townhouse
estate, factory or office park the "Autoclose” facility described earlier.
In “Condominium” mode "Autoclose” cannot be overridden. If the remote control or
intercom pushbutton is pressed while the gate is open the "Autoclose” will restart its
countdown. Ifthe gate is activated while the gate is closing the gate will reopen. The
gate cannot be stopped ina midway position and will therefore always close.
A protection beam should be used in conjunction with this facility to prevent the
“Autoclose” from closing the gate onto a vehicle passing through.
Passive Infrared Autoclose (PIRAC)
This facility is an extension of the Condominium facility described above. It is
designed for applications requiring greater security as the gate closes immediately
behind the vehicle or person passing through.
PIRAC will operate only if a protection beam or other type of vehicle detection system
(e.g. Inductive loop) has been fitted.
The remote control or intercom pushbutton will only open the gate. As a vehicle
drives through the entrance it activates the protection beam and as soon as the
vehicle clears the beam the gate will close immediately, even before itis fully open. If
the gate reaches the fully open position without the beam being activated the gate
will close immediately.
In this mode and for a particular application should the gate start to close too quickly
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the "Autoclose" facility described earlier can be enabled.
The gate will now remain in the open position until either the "Autoclose" facility has
timed out, or a vehicie has driven through the entrance, in which case the gate will
startto close immediately the vehicle has passed.
Manual release
All operators are fitted with a manual release mechanism. This is to allow the gate to
be operated In the event of a total malfunction of the equipment. tis also required if
the mains power has failed in the case ofthe A10 (without DC converter) operator.
CENTURION D3 and D5
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Open manual override Rotate thumbwheel clockwise
until gate is free to move
CENTURION A10
Manual release Open lock cover and insert key. Pull manual release handle
handle in closed position. Turn key Ya turn counter down to disengage manual
clockwise to unlock. release
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Re-engaging the manual release (A10 only)
It is strongly recommended that the gate is first pushed to the fully open
position, and then to the fully closed position before the release handle is re-
engaged. This is to ensure that no untoward behavior occurs due to the
system having lost its position information.
Basic maintenance
CENTURION operators are designed to be maintenance-free. However, there are
some basic checks that should be carried out regularly (every six months). These
will increase the long term reliability of the system, and obviate false triggering ofthe
protection systems leading to erratic operation ofthe gate.
AA Isolate mains supply to system before cleaning or working onthe equipment.
General
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Keep the track clear of stones, dirt and
obstructions.
Ensurethatallrollers aretfree.
In manual mode check that the gate runs
freely on its rail and does not catch or foul
against the walls or pillars.
Ensure that the gate wheels and guide
rollers are rotating freely and are not
worn. In high volume applications it will
be necessary to replace these
components regularly.
e Ensure that the rack is properly secured
to the gate and that it does not press down onto the operator pinion at any point
along its travel.
e Keepshrubs and vegetation clearofthe motor, rackorchain.
e Check that the key still operates the manual override access door or flap. Spray
with oil if necessary.
e Keeptheinside ofthe motor housing clear of insects and dust.
e On operators fitted with a cooling fan, check that the air inlet ducts in the cover
andthe outlet ducts inthe gearbox are clear.
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The battery (D3/D5 Operators only)
CENTURION systems that are fitted with maintenance-free lead-acid batteries,
should provide at least three years of normal service life.
For sites utilizing an external 35Ah battery, ensure that the level of liquid (electrolyte
level) is correct. Check for corrosion ofthe battery terminals. Clean and apply copper
based grease as necessary.
| AWARNING Ensure that the enclosure which houses the 35Ah
battery can adequately vent any battery gases
generated.
Gearbox oil level
Checkthe oil level as described in the section, Lubrication, ofthe Installation Manual.
Should the installation manual be unavailable, please referto the Online Manuals on
our website, www.centsys.co.za. Alternatively, please contact your CENTURION
installer.
Power Supply
All Centurion operators have power supplies separate to the controllers. In the case
of product malfunction, the power supply fuses should be checked.
A10 models are supplied with spare fuses housed inthe controller card cover.
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A10 Inverter module
AWARNING The 310V DC supply is hazardous and potentially lethal.
The A10 inverter module should be installed and
maintained by a qualified installer.
Be careful to replace A10 fuses with those ofthe correct rating (see diagram below).
The small green light (LED) on the controller marked - "POWER" - indicates if the
card is active. Each power supply has a red light (LED) to indicate mains supply.
=
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FUSE (1) 5A FAST BLOW nl | Не 0000 ая
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FUSE (2) 50mA SLOW BLOW
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7
7
FUSE (3) 3A FAST BLOW —
1
TIMER CONTROLLED Fes
SWITCH FOR { TA
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POWER ON INDICATOR
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Centurion D3 and D5
Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
D3
D5
Power supply voltage
(Depending on power supply used)
220V AC + 10% 50HZ
110V AC + 10% 50HZ
19V AC + 10% 50HZ
220V AC + 10% 50HZ
110V AC + 10% 50HZ
19V AC + 10% 50HZ
Motor Voltage 12V DC 12V DC
AC Current draw @ 220V SOMA 170mA
DC Current draw (Max) 15A 15A
Output shaft rotational speed 73rpm 91rpm
Rated Gate Speed (With gate pull force <5kg) 16m/min 20m/min
Starting pull force 20kgF 30kgF
Rated pull force 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) 20 50
Battery driven (2A charger, 7Ah battery) N/A 150
Power pack (10A power pack, no battery) N/A 100
Standby;
With 7Ah Battery (Half day) 20 61
With 40Ah Battery (One day) N/A 150
Maximum number of continuous operations per hour
Mains Present:
Battery driven (1A charge, 7Ah battery) 10 10
Battery driven (2A charger, 7Ah battery N/A 30
Power pack (10A power pack, no battery) N/A 20
Typical time to open/close a 4m gate 16 seconds 13 seconds
(With gate pull force <5kg)
End of travel control
Sealed optical counter
with origin switch
Sealed optical counter
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
Corrosion protection (baseplate) Galvanized Galvanized
Mass of unit (packed) including 7.5Ah Battery 12kg 13.5kg
* D3 and D5 have different micro-controffer versions
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Centurion A10
SPECIFICATIONS A10 ENDURANCE A10
Power Supply 220V +/- 10%, S0Hz - Single-phase 220Y +/- 10%, 50H - Single-phase
Maximum absorbed current GA BA
Motor voltage 220V three-phase 220V three-phase
Output pinion 20 Tooth Mod 4 17 Tooth Mod 4
Starting thrust 40kgF* 30kgF** 47kgF
Rated thrust 30kgF* 22 5KgF** 35kgF
Operating speed @ rated thrust 18m/min “Adj. Up to 30mimin 13.6m/min
Motor cooling High Efficiency Fan (2300 RPM) High Efficiency Fan (2300 RPM)
Duty cycle (continuous) 90% 90%
Duty eycle (1 hr endurance)’ 95% 99%
Ambient temperature range -20 Cto +50'C -20°C to +50°C
Anti-crushing sensing Electronic Electronic
Motor thermal protection Electronic Electronic
Maximum gate length 20m 17m
IP rating 44 44
Optional battery backup Yes Yes
Shipping mass of unit 15.7kg 15.6kg
Maximum gate mass 1 000kg* 600kg* 2 DOOkg
(1) Atrated thrust and 2570 maximum
(2) Refer to BATEDR THRUST values.
ambient temperature, unit in full shade.
Centurion A10 DC converter
SPECIFICATIONS
DE CONVERTER
Input voltage 12V CC
Input current @ rated thrust 30A
Rated output voltage 310Y DC
Battery charger 14°
Maximum duty cycle 20%
Thermal protection Electronic
Enclosure
[P&S External Plastic Enclosure
Dimensions
210mm x 240mm x 110mm
Maximum battery size
12V 7Ah (External 35Ah optional)
Open and close cycles’ F=
12 (7Ah battery) 40 - 70 (40Ah battery)
Shipping mass
10kg (Inc 74h battery)
(3) Upgradable on request,
(4) Dependant on site / environmental conditions.
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Optional extras
Safety beams Access control proximity unit
Intercom Access contro! keypad
DEDOS
Thefi-resistant cage 1heft-resistant cage
AI
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Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer: Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd
Unit 13 Northlands Production Park
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 6: Am1:1994 6: 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 - SOMHZ 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 1884 - 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 TQ 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
lan Rozowsky
Research & Development Director
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General commissionin
check shee
Fill in data for later reference
L.E.D.
Model: Actual Default Quick Ref
All AUTOCLOSE ON ON 2/1
OFF OFF 2/2
All AUTOCLOSE TIME 15 Secs 3/Time
All MODE Standard [I Standard 4/1
Condominium [| 4/2
PIRAC| U 4/3
Reversing = 4/4
PLC (A10 only) [] 4/5
All PED. AUTOCLOSE TIME 5 Secs 5/TiMe
All COURTESY LIGHT TIME 120 Secs 6/Time
All COLLISION SENSITIVITY High С] 7/1
Medium | Ll Medium 7/2
Low [I 7/3
All AUTOCLOSE OVER-RIDE 3 Secs 8/TiIME
All POSITIVE CLOSE MODE 9/1
[NO] [NO] 9/2
All PRE-FLASHING MODE 10/1
10/2
[3] 10/3
OFF 10/4
All PRE-FLASH TIME 5 Secs 11/Time
All COLLISION COUNT 4 12/Count
D3/D5 CRAWL DISTANCE (1 FLASH = 350mm) 350mm 13/Count
AO OPENING SPRINT MODE SELECT; Standard speed = Standard 13/1
Standard speed + 30% [] 13/2
Standard speed + 60%| [| 13/3
Standard speed + 90%| [] 13/4
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Fill in data for later reference
LER
Model: Actual Default Guia far
A10 CLOSING SPRINT MODE SELECT: Standard speed | [_] Standard 14/1
Standard speed + 30% [] 14/2
Standard speed + 60% = 14/3
Standard speed + 20% [1] 14/4
A10 MOTOR CUTOUT TIME 60 Secs 15/Time
A10 INVERTED RACK Rack below pinion О 16/1
Rack above pinion | (0 Above 16/2
Á CE Compliance
The following checks must be made in addition to the above checks to ensure a CE
compliant installation:
P36 PASSIVE EDGES EITTED TO ALL HAZARDOUS EDGES YES
D3/D5 OPERATORS INSTALLED, WITH CE CHIP EITTED TO CONTROLLER
COLLISIÓN SENSITIVITY (see above) SET TO HIGH OR MEDIUM
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Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd head office:
Tel: +27 (0)11 699 2400, Fax: +27 (0)11 704 3412 or (0)11 462 6669
(Omit () when dialing from outside South Africa)
Unit 13 Narthlands Production Park Epsom Avenue
Northriding Randburg Johannesburg 2196
P.O. Box 506 Cramerview 2060
South Africa
Sharecall 0860-CENTURION
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or visit www.centsys.co.za
for details of your nearest agent
For technical support, contact
South African Branches and Regional Distributors:
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Latest revision date: 15,01, 2010
Document reference number: 1114. D.01.0002 24
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