# Fault Finding Guide. Centurion R3, R5

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Gate leaf in Closed Position

L a

G le e a in f p

O

P e n o ti si o n

D = L - S

2

S

Example: If L = 934 and S = 333 then D = 934 - 333

2

= 601

2 therefore D (drive arm length) = 300.5mm

(Do NOT cut the drive arm to this length allow an extra 50mm i.e. cut drive arm D = 350mm. See Fig. 16)

The easiest way of measuring L and S is to hold the zero mark of the tape measure on the middle of the output shaft, and then to read off

L and S at the gate bracket.

Figure 15 Determining Drive Arm Length for Standard Pedestal & Outward Opening Gates

For Parallel and Perpendicular Wall Mount

Installations:

Determine the drive arm length (D) from

Figures 10 and 11. DO NOT CUT THE DRIVE

ARM TO THIS LENGTH. Cut the drive arm at least 50mm longer than D. The cut length therefore = D + 50mm (see Fig. 16)

Fit the Drive Arm

11. Once the drive arm has been cut to length, regardless of installation type, put the gearbox into manual mode (See Page 43)

12. Fit the drive arm and connecting arm assembly to the motor output shaft as in Fig. 20, using the supplied M10 or M12 bolt and washer (Check that the flats on the shaft and clamp line up before tightening up the bolt.)

Set the Connecting Arm

13. Prepare the connecting arm for installation, by moving the inner tube to the retracted position

(see Fig. 17). Turn the inner tube clockwise

+

D

50

(s

D e e i

F g

7 o r

9 a n

0 d

1

)

Connecting Arm

Drive Arm

Figure 16 Adjust Drive Arm length

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Inner tube

1

Twist anti-clockwise to loosen.

Outer tube

2

Retract inner tube completely

Apply each of the warning decals to both the inward and outward faces of the gate frame.

Twist clockwise until ski-pole lock starts to tighten

Figure 17 Prepare Connecting Arm For Installation Figure 18 Apply warning decals to gate until the ski-pole lock starts to tighten. Do not over tighten, as that will make the final adjustment more difficult.

14. Open the gate, and possibly swing the drive arm slightly, until the connecting arm can be fitted into the gate bracket using the clevis pin

(see Fig. 19)

15. Using the gate as a lever, slowly close the gate to extend the connecting arm. When the gate is completely closed, the hinge points of the connecting and drive arms must be

in a straight line (see Fig. 22).

Connecting Arm

Clevis Pin

16. In a double leaf gate system, ensure that both gates are correctly aligned in the closed position.

17. Carefully unhook the connecting arm from the gate bracket making sure it's length is not altered. Hand tighten the connecting arm skipole lock and reconnect it to the gate bracket.

Bush

Gate Bracket

Figure 19 Fit Connecting Arm to Gate Bracket

18. Manually operate the gate leaf and check that it opens sufficiently.

If the gate opens too little, lengthen the drive arm by 10mm and readjust t he connecting arm by restarting from step 14.

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19. Once a satisfactory gate opening has been achieved, the connecting arm must be fully tightened:

Disconnect the connecting arm from the gate bracket. Remove the bushes from the front end of the connecting arm. Using a large screwdriver or similar lever, tighten the ski-pole lock using halfturns until it is as tight as possible and aligned with the gate bracket. Replace the bushes and reconnect the connecting arm to the gate as shown in Fig. 19.

20. Apply the two warning decals supplied to the inward and outward facing sides of the gate frame about 1.2m above ground at the non-hinged end of the gate.

R3 R5

Clamp

Drive Arm

Wedge

M12 Washer

M12 Bolt

Clamp

Drive Arm

Wedge

M12 Washer

M12 Bolt

Figure 20 Assemble Clamp to Drive Arm (R3 only) Figure 21 Assemble Clamp to Drive Arm (R5 only)

Gate closed and aligned

GATE LEAF IN CLOSED POSITION

NB. Hinge points must be in a straight line when gates are closed

Close gate to extend the connecting arm

Drive Arm

Clamp

Connecting Arm

Drive Arm

Figure 22 Align Gates

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WARNING

1. Always check that the circuit breaker in the electrical panel is in the

OFF position, and that all high voltage circuits (more than 42.4V) are completely isolated from the mains supply before doing any work.

2. Ensure that all low voltage systems (Less than 42.4V) are suitably protected from damage, by disconnecting all sources of power such as chargers and batteries before doing any work.

3. All electrical work must be carried out according to the requirements of all applicable local electrical codes. (It is recommended that a licensed electrical contractor perform such work.)

Connect all wiring

1. Connect all cables as required to the control card and battery charger, according to the wiring diagrams on page 48 & 49.

2. Check that the battery charger is plugged into the controller board as shown in Fig. 23

3. Check that the power source link is in the STD position when using a standard CP84ER5V01 charger, or PSU position for PSUx power supply driven installations. See Fig. 24

Battery Charger Connector

Bridge pins 1 & 2 for PSU power supply.

Bridge pins 2 & 3 for standard R5V01 charger power supply.

Figure 23 CP75 Controller Battery Charger Connector Figure 24 CP75 Power Source Link

Set up the gate origin/s

4. With both the master and slave gates still in manual mode, move both gates to the closed position.

5. Flip over the controller enclosure. Open the override dust cover as shown in Fig. 31, and remove the origin tool from its storage position (see Fig. 25).

6. Insert the origin setup tool into the release mechanism with a twist action, until the tool is snugly seated (see Fig. 26).

7. Now turn the origin setup tool, until the arrow on the set-up tool lines up with the mark on the release mechanism cover as in Fig. 27 (Take care to line it up with the correct mark.)

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19. Once a satisfactory gate opening has been achieved, the connecting arm must be fully tightened:

Disconnect the connecting arm from the gate bracket. Remove the bushes from the front end of the connecting arm. Using a large screwdriver or similar lever, tighten the ski-pole lock using halfturns until it is as tight as possible and aligned with the gate bracket. Replace the bushes and reconnect the connecting arm to the gate as shown in Fig. 19.

20. Apply the two warning decals supplied to the inward and outward facing sides of the gate frame about 1.2m above ground at the non-hinged end of the gate.

R3 R5

Clamp

Drive Arm

Wedge

M12 Washer

M12 Bolt

Clamp

Drive Arm

Wedge

M12 Washer

M12 Bolt

Figure 20 Assemble Clamp to Drive Arm (R3 only) Figure 21 Assemble Clamp to Drive Arm (R5 only)

Gate closed and aligned

GATE LEAF IN CLOSED POSITION

NB. Hinge points must be in a straight line when gates are closed

Close gate to extend the connecting arm

Drive Arm

Clamp

Connecting Arm

Drive Arm

Figure 22 Align Gates

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WARNING

1. Always check that the circuit breaker in the electrical panel is in the

OFF position, and that all high voltage circuits (more than 42.4V) are completely isolated from the mains supply before doing any work.

2. Ensure that all low voltage systems (Less than 42.4V) are suitably protected from damage, by disconnecting all sources of power such as chargers and batteries before doing any work.

3. All electrical work must be carried out according to the requirements of all applicable local electrical codes. (It is recommended that a licensed electrical contractor perform such work.)

Connect all wiring

1. Connect all cables as required to the control card and battery charger, according to the wiring diagrams on page 48 & 49.

2. Check that the battery charger is plugged into the controller board as shown in Fig. 23

3. Check that the power source link is in the STD position when using a standard CP84ER5V01 charger, or PSU position for PSUx power supply driven installations. See Fig. 24

Battery Charger Connector

Bridge pins 1 & 2 for PSU power supply.

Bridge pins 2 & 3 for standard R5V01 charger power supply.

Figure 23 CP75 Controller Battery Charger Connector Figure 24 CP75 Power Source Link

Set up the gate origin/s

4. With both the master and slave gates still in manual mode, move both gates to the closed position.

5. Flip over the controller enclosure. Open the override dust cover as shown in Fig. 31, and remove the origin tool from its storage position (see Fig. 25).

6. Insert the origin setup tool into the release mechanism with a twist action, until the tool is snugly seated (see Fig. 26).

7. Now turn the origin setup tool, until the arrow on the set-up tool lines up with the mark on the release mechanism cover as in Fig. 27 (Take care to line it up with the correct mark.)

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Setup Tool

Manual Release

Mechanism

Figure 26 Fit Setup Tool into Release Mechanism

Figure 25 Setup tool in stored position

8. Repeat the procedure for the other motor in a double swing system.

9. Return the origin tool to its storage position on the upright pillar and close the override dust cover.

10. With the gates still in manual mode, move the

gates to the ½ way open position, and unscrew the manual release until the top of the screw is flush with the top of the shaft.

(The gearbox does not have to be engaged with the drive arm, when in the ½ way open position.)

Setup Tool

Manual Release

Mechanism

Figure 27 Twist Setup Tool Until Marks Align

Get into programming mode

11. Remove ALL power from the controller, i.e. charger plug and battery.

12. Fit the SET link to the SET pins as shown in

Fig. 28.

13. Reapply power by reconnecting the charger plug, and then the battery to the controller.

14. Immediately after reconnecting the power, the

STATUS light will flash 5 times. The SET and

L2 lights will now be on. You are now in programming mode.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 14).

L1 and L2

Indicator LED's

STATUS

Indicator LED SET

Indicator LED

Fit SET

Figure 28 Controller SET Link & Programming LED's

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Select either Master or

Slave motor setup

TEST

Pushbutton

(The gate limits of the Master and Slave motors are set independently of each other.)

15. Press and hold the TEST button (Fig 29) down for 1 flash of L1, and then release. L2 will go off, and L1 will now be flashing once per second.

16. Again press and hold TEST button, but this time monitor the STATUS light. Release the TEST button after 1 flash for selecting the Master

motor, or 2 flashes for the Slave motor. The

STATUS light will turn on to indicate that gate setup is in progress.

Figure 29 CP75 Controller TEST Pushbutton

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 16)

Set the gate limits

17. To set the closed limit press and hold the TEST button. The master (or slave) motor will activate, and within ±60sec the release mechanism will engage, and the master (or slave) leaf will begin to slowly CLOSE.

1 2 3 4

NOTE:

TO CHANGE THE MASTER MOTOR

T O C H A N G E T H E S L AV E M O T O R

If the gate OPENS, release the TEST button and swop the master or slave motor wires as shown in Fig. 30. To continue the setup, press and hold the test button as in step 17.

Figure 30 CP75 Controller Motor Wire Connections

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 17)

18. When the connecting and drive arm hinge points are in a straight line (Fig. 22), release the TEST

button. (The gate will now be in the CLOSED position). Light L1 must now be OFF when setting the

Master, or L2 OFF when setting the Slave motor.

For fine adjustment of the gate CLOSED position, lengthen or shorten the connecting arm accordingly.

Troubleshooting Guide step 18)

Has the gate gone too far/short? Simply remove and refit the SET link. The gate will OPEN slightly. Try again by pressing, holding and releasing the test button, as in step 17 and 18.

19. To set the OPEN limit, again press and hold the TEST button. The gate will slowly OPEN.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 19)

20. When the gate has reached the OPEN position, release the TEST button. Light L1 must be on when setting the Master, or L2 on when setting the Slave motor.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 20)

Has the gate gone too far/short? Simply remove and refit the SET link. The gate will CLOSE slightly. Try again by pressing, holding and releasing the test button, as in step 19 and 20.

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Setup Tool

Manual Release

Mechanism

Figure 26 Fit Setup Tool into Release Mechanism

Figure 25 Setup tool in stored position

8. Repeat the procedure for the other motor in a double swing system.

9. Return the origin tool to its storage position on the upright pillar and close the override dust cover.

10. With the gates still in manual mode, move the

gates to the ½ way open position, and unscrew the manual release until the top of the screw is flush with the top of the shaft.

(The gearbox does not have to be engaged with the drive arm, when in the ½ way open position.)

Setup Tool

Manual Release

Mechanism

Figure 27 Twist Setup Tool Until Marks Align

Get into programming mode

11. Remove ALL power from the controller, i.e. charger plug and battery.

12. Fit the SET link to the SET pins as shown in

Fig. 28.

13. Reapply power by reconnecting the charger plug, and then the battery to the controller.

14. Immediately after reconnecting the power, the

STATUS light will flash 5 times. The SET and

L2 lights will now be on. You are now in programming mode.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 14).

L1 and L2

Indicator LED's

STATUS

Indicator LED SET

Indicator LED

Fit SET

Figure 28 Controller SET Link & Programming LED's

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Select either Master or

Slave motor setup

TEST

Pushbutton

(The gate limits of the Master and Slave motors are set independently of each other.)

15. Press and hold the TEST button (Fig 29) down for 1 flash of L1, and then release. L2 will go off, and L1 will now be flashing once per second.

16. Again press and hold TEST button, but this time monitor the STATUS light. Release the TEST

Figure 29 CP75 Controller TEST Pushbutton button after 1 flash for selecting the Master

motor, or 2 flashes for the Slave motor. The

STATUS light will turn on to indicate that gate setup is in progress.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 16)

Set the gate limits

17. To set the closed limit press and hold the TEST button. The master (or slave) motor will activate, and within ±60sec the release mechanism will engage, and the master (or slave) leaf will begin to slowly CLOSE.

1 2 3 4

NOTE:

TO CHANGE THE MASTER MOTOR

T O C H A N G E T H E S L AV E M O T O R

If the gate OPENS, release the TEST button and swop the master or slave motor wires as shown in Fig. 30. To continue the setup, press and hold the test button as in step 17.

Figure 30 CP75 Controller Motor Wire Connections

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 17)

18. When the connecting and drive arm hinge points are in a straight line (Fig. 22), release the TEST

button. (The gate will now be in the CLOSED position). Light L1 must now be OFF when setting the

Master, or L2 OFF when setting the Slave motor.

For fine adjustment of the gate CLOSED position, lengthen or shorten the connecting arm accordingly.

Troubleshooting Guide step 18)

Has the gate gone too far/short? Simply remove and refit the SET link. The gate will OPEN slightly. Try again by pressing, holding and releasing the test button, as in step 17 and 18.

19. To set the OPEN limit, again press and hold the TEST button. The gate will slowly OPEN.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 19)

20. When the gate has reached the OPEN position, release the TEST button. Light L1 must be on when setting the Master, or L2 on when setting the Slave motor.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 20)

Has the gate gone too far/short? Simply remove and refit the SET link. The gate will CLOSE slightly. Try again by pressing, holding and releasing the test button, as in step 19 and 20.

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by pressing, holding and releasing the test button, as in step 19 and 20.

21. Then press and release the TEST button once more to confirm the OPEN limit.

When setting Master motor limits: When setting Slave motor limits:

22. The gate will close completely, pause and then open to the minimum pedestrian position.

If a larger pedestrian opening is required, momentarily short the PED input to COM to jog the master leaf further open.

At the required position, press and

release the TEST button.

The MASTER gate will open fully, then the

SLAVE gate (where fitted) will close slightly. The STATUS light will flash 5 times, and L2 will come on, to indicate that the limits were set.

The gate will close slightly. The STATUS light will flash

5 times, and L2 will come on, to indicate that the limits were set.

The control card has now returned to the initial programming mode.

The control card has now returned to the initial programming mode.

23. If no additional Features are required, then exit programming mode by removing the SET link. Store the link by pushing it over ONE of the two pins.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 23)

24. Open and close the gate a few times to check operation.

(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 24)

The default factory settings on the CP75 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 47, with a detailed description of each feature on page 32.

Determine What Features are Required

25. Determine from Table 2 on Page 47 what Features are required together with the STATUS or COUNT value.

Example: “To turn the AUTO-CLOSE Feature ON”: According to Table 2 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)

26. Remove ALL power from the controller, i.e. charger plug and battery.

27. Fit the SET link to the SET pins as shown in figure 28.

28. Reapply power by reconnecting the charger plug, and then the battery to the controller.

29. Immediately after reconnecting the power, the STATUS light must flash 5 times, and then SET and L2 will come on. You are now in programming mode.

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(See Set-up Troubleshooting Guide step 14 or 29)

Selecting the Feature to Change

(This is the first of two steps in setting a Feature. This only SELECTS the feature to change).

30. To select the Feature to change, Press and hold the TEST button while monitoring L1.

31. 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 table 2 on page 47) 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!

32. If an incorrect Feature is selected, then remove and re-apply power and re-start from step 30. None of the Feature settings will have been altered at this stage.

Changing the STATUS or COUNT value of a Feature.

33. To set the STATUS value of the Auto Close, Mode of operation, Collision Sensitivity, Positive Close mode, Pre-flashing, or the Leaf delay 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 31) 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 reversing!

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### Key Features

• Automatic gate opening and closing
• Remote control operation
• Obstacle detection
• Adjustable opening and closing speed
• Built-in safety features
• Easy installation and setup