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X-Box 550, X-Box 800

Original Installation and Operating Instructions

Contents
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Extended Functions and Connections . . . . . . . . . . 20

Symbols
Safety information
Intended use
Max. door dimensions
Technical data
EU Manufacturer's Declaration
EU-Declaration of Conformity
Scope of supply

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General Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6









Door types and accessories


Overview of accessories
Tools required
Personal protective equipment
Safety information
Safety-relevant preparation of the door
Installation of outside access to emergency release
Installing slip-door safety facility

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Installation tips
Choosing an installation option
Pre-assembly of installation option A
Pre-assembly of installation option B
Installation (option B example)
X-Box assembly and connection
Solar module connection

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Safety information
Setting Door OPEN + CLOSED end positions
Initial operation of battery units
Teaching in drive
Checking Door OPEN + CLOSED end positions
Checking emergency release
Checking force setting
Teaching in remote control
Mounting information sign
Attaching warning sign

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Disassembly
Correct disposal
Warranty and after-sales service

Service Hotline:

07021 94470

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Safety information
Opening door
Closing door
Emergency release
Control reset
Interim stop
Safety stop 1 (Force switch-off)
Safety stop 2 (Safety input)
Overload protection
LED signals at the control unit
Recharging battery unit
Setting afterglow duration of LED illumination
Radio receiver
Teaching in remote control
Deleting remote control push-button from radio receiver
Deleting a channel from the radio receiver
Deleting radio receiver memory

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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Operation / Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

















Important information
Cleaning chains and drive rails
Replacing fuses in the control unit
Replacing fuse in battery unit
Regular checks

Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Initial Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14









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Maintenance and Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8






General information
Connections to the control unit
Opening the control unit
Mounting and connecting extra push-buttons
Obstacle detection (DIP 1, 2 and 3)
Connecting push-button 2 (DIP 2)
Connecting warning lamp (DIP 4)
Back jump (DIP 6)
Connecting light barrier
Pulse sequence of door movement (DIP 7)
Trolley board
Defined opening and closing (DIP 7)
Partial opening (DIP 8)
TorMinal interface

General Information
Symbols


Operation

Caution symbol:
Indicates a potential risk! Failure to follow instructions
may result in serious injuries!

The drive mechanism may only be operated if a risk-free force tolerance


has been set. The force tolerance must be set as low as is required to
ensure that the door's closing force does not constitute a danger.
Keep your hands clear of any moving door or any moving parts.
Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
Only drive into and out of the garage when the door is fully opened.
Risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door system's
moving parts or edges where it closes.
If the door is not equipped with a small door, or if there is no alternative
access to the garage, install an emergency release system (emergency
release lock or Bowden cable) that can be activated from the outside.

Note symbol:
Information, useful advice!

(1)

Refers to the relevant illustration in the introduction or main


text.

Safety information

Radio remote control


The radio remote control may only be used for equipment and systems
in which defective remote operation of the transmitter or receiver does
not constitute a risk to people, animals or objects, or in cases where this
risk is eliminated by means of additional safety facilities.
The user must be made aware of the fact that the remote control of
equipment with accident risk potential may only occur, if at all, when the
equipment concerned is clearly visible.
The radio remote control may only be used if movement of the door
can be supervised and there are no persons or objects in the area of
movement.
Store the remote control such that there is no risk of it being accidentally
operated by, for instance, children or animals.
The operator of this radio-controlled equipment is in no way protected
from interference from other telecommunications systems and facilities
(e.g. other radio-controlled equipment that is licensed to operate at the
same frequency range). Should serious interference be encountered,
please contact your nearest telecommunications office with interference
measuring facilities (radio signal localisation)!
Do not use the manually-operated remote control near locations or
installations that are susceptible to radio interference (airports,
hospitals).

General
These Installation and Operating Instructions must be read, understood
and observed by the person installing, operating or maintaining the drive
mechanism.
Installation, connection and initial operation of the drive mechanism may
only be carried out by qualified specialists.
Only install the drive mechanism on correctly aligned and weightbalanced doors. An incorrectly aligned door could cause serious injury
or damage to the drive mechanism.
The manufacturer cannot be made liable for any damage or disruptions
to operation occurring due to failure to comply with the Installation and
Operating instructions.
Ensure that these Installation and Operating Instructions are located in
the garage.
Observe and comply with the locally applicable accident prevention
regulations and EC standards.
Observe and comply with the directive on "Power-driven Windows,
Doors and Gates - BGR 232" of the Employers' Liability Insurance
Association (valid for the given user in Germany).
Always disconnect the power supply to the control unit before working
on the drive mechanism.
Only use the manufacturer's original spare parts, accessories and fixing
material.
If the drive mechanism is only used occasionally, the batteries should be
charged at least every two months according to the specifications.
The operating life of the batteries can be reduced at low temperatures
and upon aging of the batteries.

Intended use
Caution! Risk of serious damage to drive!
Do not open or close the door with the drive system without
first adjusting the balance weight (springs tensions). Otherwise, the motor (gear system) might be seriously damaged.
Caution! Danger of death!
Disassemble all cables, loops and locking mechanisms which
are necessary for manual activation of the door.

Storage
The APERTO X-Box may only be stored indoors, in a dry, closed
environment at an ambient temperature of between -20 and +50 C.

The drive is designed for the exclusive purpose of opening and closing
doors. Any other use does not constitute normal use. The manufacturer
accepts no liability for damage resulting from use other than normal use.
The user accepts sole responsibility for any risk thereby incurred.
Doors operating automatically with a drive must comply with the standards and directives valid at the given time: e.g. EN 12604, EN 12605.
The drive mechanism may only be used if it is in a technically perfect
condition and in compliance with these Installation and Operating Instructions (MBA) particularly regarding correct and responsible usage.
Any defects that may impair the safe operation of the equipment should
be eliminated without delay.
The door wings must be stable and warp-proof, i.e. they should not bend
or warp during opening or closing operations.
The drive mechanism is unable to compensate for any defects in the
door or for its incorrect installation.
Only use the drive mechanism in a dry, indoor environment where there
is no risk of explosion.
Do not use drive in rooms where a hostile environment prevails (e.g.
salty air.)

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The drive mechanism should be stored horizontally.





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Store the X-Box vertically.

General Information
Max. door dimensions *
APERTO X-Box:

3240 /3640 /4040

550

max.22,5

800

Max. width:

252

245

30

- Swing door:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3500 5500

mm

- Sectional door: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3500 5500

mm

- Side-hinge door **: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

2800

mm

Sectional-vertical or lateral shutter door


Rail 2600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2350 2350
Rail 3000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2750 2750
Rail 3400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3150 3150

mm
mm
mm

35

max.
214

- Up-and-over door:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

4500

115
120
375
2600
3000 / 3400
176

mm

APERTO drive 550

Height (approx.)
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Swing door::
Rail 2600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2600 2600
Rail 3000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3000 3000
Rail 3400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3400 3400

mm
mm
mm

Sectional door:
Rail 2600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2350 2350
Rail 3000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2750 2750
Rail 3400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3150 3150

mm
mm
mm

- Side-hinge door **:


Rail 2600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

3240 /3640 /4040

3000

mm

- Sectional-vertical or lateral shutter door


Rail 2600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2300 3000

mm

1900
2300
2700

mm
mm
mm

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Up-and-over door:
Rail 2600. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -
Rail 3000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -
Rail 3400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -

Duration of operation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

max.22,5

35

max.
214

252

245

30
115
120
375
2600
3000 / 3400
176

APERTO drive 800

* door conforming to EN 12604, EN 12605


** with standard swing-out door hinges article no. 1501.
If a higher door is required, rails of the respective length must be ordered.
Alternatively, the necessary height can be achieved by installing rail extensions. Please ask your specialist dealer.

X-Box

Technical data (Aperto X-Box)


General
Rated voltage:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Illumination:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating temperature range:. . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety class: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Workplace-specific emission value: . . . . . . .

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Drive:

24V DC
integrated LED light
-10 to +45C
IP 20
< 75 dBA - drive only

550

Packaging (L x W x H):
- Drive
- Rail 2600
- X-Box battery and control unit

800

Max. traction and pressure force: . . . . . . . . . 550

800

Rated traction:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

240

Rated current consumption (approx.):. . . . . . 4.0

6.4

Rated power consumption:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110

160

Maximum speed:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

130

mm/s

Power consumption (stand-by approx.):. . . . 0,1

0.1

Weight with rail 2600:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.0


16.0
kg

X-Box (Battery and control unit):
Discharge voltage:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 V
Final charging voltage of
the lead acid batteries: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . approx. 28.8 V
Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.4 Ah
Open-circuit voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.6 - 26.2 V
Self-discharge/Day:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . < 0.1% of the rated capacity
Service life of the batteries: . . . . . . . . . . . . . min. 3-5 years
(Eurobat Standard)
Weight of 3-part X-Box:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.2 kg
Weight of individual battery unit:. . . . . . . . . . 5.7 kg
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790 x 160 x 160 mm


1665 x 160 x 50 mm
730 x 335 x 180 mm

General Information
EU Manufacturer's Declaration

Scope of supply

The company

Check that all the parts supplied are complete before starting the installation! The scope of supply can vary according to the version.

APERTO Torantriebe GmbH


Hans-Bckler-Strae 29
D - 73230 Kirchheim/Teck

herewith declares that its drives:

- X-Box 550 or X-Box 800


comply with the following directives:
- Machinery Directive 98/37/EC
- Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
- EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC

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Above all, the following standards/draft standards were applied:


- EN 12453:2000, EN 60335-1:2002 (+A11:2004, +A1:2004)
- EN 13849-1:2006, DIN EN 55014-1:1999-10, DIN EN 55014-2:1997-10
- DIN EN 61000-6-2:2000-03, DIN EN 61000-3-2:1998-10
- DIN EN 61000-3-36:1998-11

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Note:
The door system may not be commissioned until such time as it has been
established that the system in which the given drive is to be installed
satisfies the specifications of all relevant EU directives.

Kirchheim/Teck, 07.11.2008

The company
APERTO Torantriebe GmbH
Hans-Bckler-Strae 29
D - 73230 Kirchheim/Teck
declares herewith that the product designated below complies with the
relevant fundamental requirements as per Article 3 of the R&TTE Directive
1999/5/EC, insofar as the product is used correctly, and that the following
standards apply:
RF Remote Control for Doors & Gates
RM04-868-2, RM03-868-4, RX01-868-2/4, RFSDT-868-1,
RFSW-868-1, RM02-868-2, RM06-868-2, RM04-868-1,
RM02-868-2-TIGA, RM02-434-2, RM03-434-4, RM04-434-2

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1. Trolley (chain case). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


2. C-rails (uncoated). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Slide-on module (uncoated) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Slide switch H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. Slide switch V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Chain in chain case (Plastic chain case from . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
is not packaging. Do not remove!)
7. Connecting rod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8. Door hinge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9. Suspension bracket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10. Installation and Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11. Assembly kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12. Slide-in module with control line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(Length 5.000 mm)
13. Remote control

EU-Declaration of Conformity

Type:

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Item Designation

Tobias Beck
Managing Director

Product:

The applicable guidelines and standards are:

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- ETSI EN 300220-1:09-2000, -3:09-2000


- ETSI EN 301489-1:07-2004, -3:08-2002
- DIN EN 60950-1:03-2003

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Kirchheim/Teck, 07.11.2008
Tobias Beck
Managing Director

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Item Designation

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17.

Number

Control unit (with button and LED indicator panel). . . . . . . . . . .


Battery units (left and right). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Holding rails (lower rail is already mounted.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charger. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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General Installation Information


Door types and accessories

Overview of accessories

Accessories are not included in the scope of supply

B
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22
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Door type

Accessory

No accessories necessary

Swing door

Sectional door with single


Sectional door fitting with
runner rail boomerang

Sectional door with double Sectional door fitting without


runner rail boomerang

Release lock (21) *

Shutter-type door

Release lock (21) *

Up-and-over door

Curve arm

Item Designation

Release lock (21) *

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21.
22.
23.

Bowden cable for extending the emergency release


Release lock for emergency release
Slip-door safety facility
Light barrier

Funkcody for remote operation of the door via number combination


Code push-button for operating the door via number combination
Key-operated switch for operating the door by key
Locking set

Tools required

D Side-hinge door
Caution! Please consult specialist
retailer!


Special emergency release
necessary

Side-hinge door fitting

* Release lock for emergency release (21) is compulsory if there is


no separate access!

Slip-door

Personal protective equipment

If your garage door is fitted with a slip-door, a slip-door safety


facility (22) needs to be installed. (Not included in scope of
supply.)

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Safety goggles (for drilling)


Safety gloves (for example when working with sawn-off perforated iron
strips)

General Installation Information


Safety information

The door must be balanced.


Test: Manually open the door half-way. It must stay still in this

position.
If the door moves downwards or upwards, mechanically
readjust it. Ask your specialist retailer for advice.
Check the clearance between the door's highest up-position (THP,
see Fig. 11) and the lower edge of the C-rail. The distance between the
THP and lower edge of the C-rail must be min. 5 mm and max. 65 mm,
whereby the drive arm can only be at an angle of max. 30 (see Fig. 21)!
If the clearance is less than is permissible, the drive mechanism has
to be moved back and an extended drive rail fitted. Ask your specialist
retailer for advice.

Installation, connection and initial operation of the drive mechanism may


only be carried out by qualified specialists.
Do not operate the door when people, animals or objects are in its area
of movement.
Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
Safety goggles should be worn when drilling the mounting holes.
Cover the drive mechanism and rail when drilling to ensure no dirt can
get into the drive or drive rail.
The walls and ceiling must be firm and stable. Only fit the
drive mechanism to a correctly aligned door. A door that has
not been aligned correctly can cause serious injuries.

The distance over which the drive moves must be free of obstructions.
Obstructions must be removed properly before initial operation, as a
collision represents a safety risk and the drive could be damaged by this.

Only use approved fixing materials (e.g. screws, plugs) that are
appropriate for the given material the ceilings and walls are made of.

Setting of the top roller for a sectional door

The rail supply line supplied as standard may not be shortened. Only
use an original extension kit for lengthening.
Live parts of the drive (voltage-carrying parts e.g. C-rails)
may not be connected to earth or to the live parts or protective
conductors of other circuits.

Safety-relevant preparation of the


door
The preparations must be carried out with extreme care and
attention, as an incorrect preparation can cause serious
injuries, as well as considerable damage to the drive and your
garage.

Installation of outside access to


emergency release

Caution! Danger of death!


Disassemble all cables, loops and locking mechanisms which
are necessary for manual activation of the door.

Most garages are not provided with a separate entry (e.g. slipdoor).
As a result, the emergency release provided with the drive
must be guided outwards, so as to be able to open the door
from outside as well in the event of a power failure or defect.
For this, use the Bowden cable set (20) or a release lock (21),
which is not included in the scope of supply. (For installation,
see accessory instructions)

Installing the slip-door safety facility


If your garage door is fitted with a slip-door but no slip-door
safety facility (22) you need to have one installed (for installation,
see accessory instructions).

Doors must be stable because they are subjected to high traction and
pressure forces. Light doors made of plastic or aluminium must be
strengthened before installation if necessary. Ask your specialist retailer
for advice!
At the start of installation, all existing mechanical door locking
mechanisms must be removed or made non-functional.
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Check that the door runs easily.

Installation
Installation tips

Choosing an installation option

Check that all the parts have been supplied before you start installation
work in order to save time and unnecessary work if a part is missing.

Select the required installation option. For option (A) change


position of power supply unit.

Installation work is best carried out by two persons for reliability and
speed.

Caution! The plastic chain case is not packaging. Do not


remove!

The drive mechanism can be installed to one side of the door if it cannot
be installed at the centre. It must be ensured that the door does not
bend as a result and jam in the guide rails..

Installation option A

Installation option B

Check:
Open and close the door several times by hand holding it at the point
where you intend fitting the drive mechanism.
If the door can be moved in this way without difficulty (in compliance
with the above forces), then the drive mechanism can be fitted at this
point.

Swing doors:
As the mechanical lock of a door with a drive mechanism has to be
dismantled or deactivated, it is possible to open the door manually up to
approx. 50 mm depending on the door construction.
In order act against this, spring latches can be mounted which also lock
the door in addition to the drive. These spring latches are connected
to the drive via a locking set in order to first unlock the spring latches
before a drive opens the door when opening the door.
Other pulse generators include: Hand-held transmitter,
Funkcody, radio-operated interior switches and key-operated
switches. In the case of the hand-held transmitter, Funkcody
and radio-operated interior switch, no cable need be run to the
drive. Contact your local dealer for advice.

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Installation
Pre-assembly for installation
option A

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b 90

Dispose of the packaging correctly in accordance with local


requirements.

Remove the drive mechanism from its packaging.

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Attach tensioner (1) to chain (2) and turn it by 90. Mount slide-in
module (6) and push tensioner (1) through it. Place washer (5)
and spring (4) onto the tensioning bolt (3) and screw it into the
tensioner (1).

Loosen slide switch (1), push in direction shown by arrow and


unfold chain case (2).

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N
2

Push trolley (1) onto chain (2) with chain case (4). The chain (2)
engages in the chain wheel (3). If the chain wheel (3) does not
rotate, pull emergency unlocking device (N) once. Chain wheel (3)
is thus released.

Tighten chain until the mark (arrow) is reached.


Do not tighten on this side, as the unit is supplied pre-tensioned.

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2

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3

Push trolley (1) onto C-rail (2).

Slot two C-rails (1) into connecting element (2) and push together
as far as they will go.

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A

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C

10

90
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Push ceiling suspension fitting (1) onto C-rail (2).


Secure bracket (2) with screw (1) and nut (3) to the slide-in
module (4).

Installation
Pre-assembly for installation
option B

Dispose of the packaging correctly in accordance with local


requirements.

Attach tensioner (1) to chain (2) and turn it by 90. Mount slide-in
module (6) and push tensioner (1) through it. Place washer (5)
and spring (4) onto the tensioning bolt (3) and screw it into the
tensioner (1).

Remove the drive mechanism from its packaging.

10mm

Loosen slide switch (1), push in direction shown by arrow and


unfold chain case (2).

Do not tighten on this side, as the unit is supplied pre-tensioned.

Tighten chain until the mark (arrow) is reached.

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3
N
2

Push trolley (1) onto chain (2) with chain case (4). The chain (2)
engages in the chain wheel (3). If the chain wheel (3) does not
rotate, pull emergency unlocking device (N) once. Chain wheel (3)
is thus released.

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Push trolley (1) onto C-rail (2).

Slot two C-rails (1) into connecting element (2) and push together
as far as they will go.

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b 90

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Push ceiling suspension fitting (1) onto C-rail (2).


Secure bracket (2) with screw (1) and nut (3) to the slide-in
module (4).

Installation
Installation (option B example)

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Use a non-slip, stable stepladder!

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THP

THP

THP

74mm 74mm

VM
5 - 56mm

min. 35mm

10mm

65mm

Make a mark 74 mm to right and left of centre of door (VM) at


same height on lintel or ceiling (see Fig. 11).

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Drill two holes ( 10 x max. 65 mm deep). Correspondingly less


for prefabricated concrete garages!
Wear safety goggles when drilling! Check thickness of wall or
ceiling, particularly with prefabricated concrete garages!

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THP

THP

Open door. Transfer door centre mark (HM) onto ceiling.


Close door

15

5 - 56mm

min. 35mm

16
2

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16

Insert plug (1). Lift up drive mechanism (2) at front. Secure lintel
fitting (3) at front with two screws (4) and plain washers (5).
Lift up drive (2).
Caution! Always install the drive parallel to the runner rails of
the door.

Note that the distance may have to be reduced, if a door


handle is attached in the middle of the door. The door must be
able to open and close freely.

17

18
0

HM

0
S1

VM

13

60

0
B

3 1

5
S1

Determine door's highest up-position (THP):


Open door and measure smallest clearance (min. 35 mm) between
top edge of door and ceiling. The distance between the highest
up-position and the bottom edge of the C-rails has to be min. 5mm
and may be max. 65 mm, whereas the drive arm can be at an
angle of max. 30 (see Fig. 21).

12

S1

If the distance between the ceiling and the lower edge of the
C-rail is greater than 245 mm, extend the suspension bracket
(with perforated steel strip.)

3 1

15

30

15
30

If mounted on the ceiling (D), use bore holes with 15 mm


spacing if possible. The fastening bracket is less prone to tip.

12

The drive mechanism can be mounted on lintel (S) or ceiling (D).

13

Measure front centre point (VM) of door and mark on door and on
lintel or ceiling.

HM

17

Align ceiling bracket (1). It should be located within a range of


(B = 0 600 mm).

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Align drive mechanism horizontally to rear centre of door (HM).


Mark position of holes. Drill two holes ( 10 x max. 65 mm deep).
Correspondingly less for prefabricated concrete garages!
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Installation
Wear safety goggles when drilling! Check thickness ceiling,
particularly with prefabricated concrete garages!

18

Insert plug (1). Fit two screws (2) with plain washers (3). Tighten
screws securely.
Align C-rail (4) at correct height. If necessary, move screws (5).
Tighten screws (5).

19

20

7
4

3
1
N
2

N
1
5
4

6
3

19
20

Mount drive shaft (1): Insert long bolt (2) and push on retainer (3).
Fasten bracket of door fitting (4) on drive shaft (1) with short
bold (5). Push on retainer (3).
Pull once on emergency release wire (N), thus disengaging
trolley (1). Tighten screw (8) on lintel fitting.
Use drive shaft (2) to push trolley (1) as far forward as
possible (3). If necessary, release cut-off buffer (4).
Align bracket of door fitting with centre of door (VM) and mark
5drill holes. Drill 5 holes ( 5 mm).
Use screws that are appropriate to the door material.
Wear safety goggles when drilling!
Insert 5 hexagon-head screws (6) and tighten securely.
Release cut-off buffer (4) and push right up to bogie unit (7).
Tighten cut-off buffer screw (4) securely.

21

4
1
2

6
N
max. 30

21

Release rear cut-off buffer (1) and push right back to stop (2).
Open door (3) by hand.
Trim (e.g. saw off and deburr) projecting part of ceiling
bracket (4).

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Push cut-off buffer (1) fully onto trolley (5) as far as the limit stop
(6) until it clicks. Securely tighten screw on cut-off buffer (1).

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Installation
X-Box assembly and connection

Connecting the solar module

Choosing an installation option:


Installation option A

A 22

22

Only connect a suitable solar module 12W or 23W.

Installation option B

Install the solar module corresponding to the operating instructions.


Insert the module into the socket (2) on the underside of the control unit
after initial operation of the drive.

B 22

Choose a suitable place for the X-Box:


The operator must not stand in the door's area of movement
when operating the button. The movement area of the door
must be clearly visible.
Height of the button centre point from the ground: minimum 1.6 m.
Note installation location of the X-Box. Observe maximum
permitted length of the control line 5000 mm; do not lengthen!
Install control line (24 V) to the control unit housing in the garage.
Do not yet connect XLR connector of the drive to the X-Box!

Note wall thickness of the garage!

23

Horizontal marking of the upper holding rail on the wall;


drill 2 holes, minimum height of 1.64 m
Exact horizontal mounting of the upper holding rail.

24

Completely hang in middle box (control unit) with the lower


holding rail from below. The spacing between the rails is then
99mm. Horizontal and vertical fastening of the lower holding rail
in conjunction with the upper holding rail.

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These two rails must be mounted absolutely parallel and


vertical to each other for perfect functioning.

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Initial Operation
Safety information

Initial operation of battery units


Insert fuses

Once the drive has been installed, the person responsible for
installation has to issue an EU Conformity Declaration for the
door system in accordance with Machine Directive 98/37/EC
as well as fitting the CE seal and the rating plate.
This also applies to doors installed for private purposes and
in cases where the drive has been retrofitted to a manual door.
These Instructions as well as the drive's Installation and
Operating Instructions should be kept by the user for
reference purposes.

Insert glass-tube fuses supplied (T 6A) in the fuse holders on the outside of
the battery units.
The figure shows the right battery unit, left side correspondingly.

The force setting is relevant to the systems safety and must


therefore be carried out by trained personnel with due care
and attention. An excessively high force setting can injure
people and/or animals and damage property.
Select as low a force setting as possible to ensure that
obstacles are identified in a fast, safe manner.
Risk of falling!
When operating the emergency release, it is possible that
the door may open or close automatically due to the spring
breaking or the weight balance being set incorrectly. Drive can
suffer damage or be destroyed.

Hang battery units into holding rail

Setting Door OPEN + CLOSED end


positions

The two holding rails must be mounted absolutely parallel and


vertical to each other for perfect functioning.
Hang in the batteries units so that the fuse is on the outer
side.

Open and close the gate manually while adjusting the settings. Do not operate it with the engaged drive system.
The distance over which the drive mechanism moves the door can be
increased/reduced by using the slide switch (V + H).
Check that the door opens and closes completely. If it does not, its travel
must be adjusted.
Ensure that the distance over which the drive moves is free
of obstructions! Obstructions (e.g. cross bars between the
runner rails of the door) will damage the drive and must be
removed properly before initial operation!
Check the following:
Have all mechanical door locking mechanisms been removed?

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Can the emergency release be operated from outside using


the Bowden cable or release lock?

1
N
1
N
Door CLOSED end position
Unlock trolley if not unlocked. Pull once on emergency release wire (N).
It must be possible to push the trolley back and forth by hand.
Close door by hand.
Loosen slide switch (V) and push far enough onto trolley until it clicks
(limit switch switches), screw slide switch (V).

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Door OPEN end position


Open door by hand.
Loosen slide switch (H) and push far enough onto trolley until it clicks
(limit switch switches), screw slide switch (H).
Close door by hand.
Lock trolley (1):
Pull once on emergency release wire (N), if trolley (1) is unlocked. Push
trolley a short distance by hand until the chain wheel can be heard to
engage (loud clicking).

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The left and right battery units are hung in from above and
pushed together with the control unit.
If the flashing of the red LEDs does not go out several seconds
after mounting, no contact has been established. Readjust lower
holding rail.

Initial Operation
Teaching in drive

Checking emergency release


In vertical-sectional doors, you have the option to activate the
back-jump with DIP switch 6 in order to release the load from
the drive system and the door. This is a simple way to activate
the emergency release.

The control unit is equipped with an automatic force setting facility. During
the door movements OPEN and CLOSE, the control unit automatically
reads in the force required and memorises it when the given final travel
position is reached.
The drive should be taught in by two persons. One person operates
the drive, while the other person remains outside the garage as a
safety observer.

1
V

Insert both battery units in the control unit before you teach in
the drive!
Insert drive connector (XLR connector) on the underside of the control unit.

Close door with drive mechanism.


Pull the emergency release handle (N) once.
If the emergency release cannot be operated, loosen the limit switch (V)
and move it in direction (1).
Open the door with the drive mechanism and close it again. Test emergency release again.

Checking force setting

The first movement by the drive after connecting the


X-Box must always be Door OPEN. If this is not the case,
please contact your specialist dealer.

Whenever the door is opened or closed, the control unit compares the
memorised force setting with the force actually needed and automatically
adjusts the memorised setting accordingly when the given final travel position is reached.

Remove rubber cover (1)

For checking details see "Maintenance and Care" section

Press push-button (2) (e.g. with a small screwdriver), door opens as far
as Door OPEN end position or is open.

Teaching in remote control

Close door, press push-button (2).


Perform control reset

Always completely delete the radio receiver before teaching in


remote controls for the first time.

Press push-button (3) until such time as red LED (4) goes out.
When LED goes out, force settings have been deleted and push-button
(3) can be released.
Red LED (4) flashes - control reset successful.
Carry out the following procedure twice:
Press push-button (2) once - door opens as far as slide switch (H, Door
OPEN)
Red LED (4) flashes during opening and while the door is open - not yet
taught in!
Press push-button (2) once - door closes as far as slide switch (V, Door
CLOSED)
Red LED (4) does not flash
If red LED (4) no longer flashes in the "Door CLOSED" end position,
this means the force values have been read in and saved.

Deleting radio receiver memory

Drive successfully taught in!

Remove rubber cover (1)


Press learning push-button (2) and keep it pressed down.
- After 5 seconds, the LED (3 or 4) flashes - after a further 10 seconds
the LED (3 or 4) lights up.
- After a total of 25 seconds both LEDs (3 + 4) light up.

Checking Door OPEN + CLOSED


end positions
The distance over which the drive mechanism moves the door can be
increased/reduced by using the slide switch.

Release learning push-button (2) - deleting finished.

Check that the door opens and closes completely. If it does not, its travel
must be adjusted.

Press learning push-button (2)


- Once for channel 1, LED (3) lights up
- Twice for channel 2, LED (4) lights up
- If no push-button is pressed on the remote control (5) within 10 seconds, the radio receiver will switch to normal mode.
- Interrupt learning mode: Press learning push-button (2) until more
LEDs are lit.

Teaching in remote control

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Activate command initiator (e.g.: push-button, remote control etc.) once.


Open door.
If the door does not reach the required Door OPEN + CLOSED end
positions, readjust the end positions. See section Setting Door OPEN +
CLOSED end positions.
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Initial Operation
Press required remote control push-button (5) until LED (3 / 4) goes out depending on which channel has been selected.
LED goes out - teaching in completed. The remote control has communicated the radio code to the radio receiver.
Teach in further remote control units. Repeat the above steps.
Max. 112 memory slots are available per radio receiver.

46502V000-172006-0-OCE_R

ev.A

Mounting information sign

N
Please attach the information sign for the functioning of the emergency
release on the cable of the emergency release.

Attaching warning sign


2.
1.
2.
1.

2.

1.

2.

1.
Please attach warning signs (text + triangle) at a conspicuous place,
e.g.: beside the push-button (triangle) and on the door leaf (text + triangle).

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The extra manual push-button is not included in scope of supply.

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Operation / Control
Safety information

If door has no slip-door and garage no second entrance - install release


lock or Bowden wire providing outside release access (see accessory
instructions).

Keep children, disabled persons and animals away from the door.
Keep your hands clear of a moving door and any moving parts.

Control reset

Only drive into and out of the garage when the door is fully opened.
Risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door system's
moving parts or edges where it closes.

Opening door

The drive must be taught in again after a control reset.


Remove rubber cover (1).
Press push-button (3) until such time as red LED (4) goes out.

Press push-button (1) or manually-operated remote control (2) once.

When LED goes out, force settings have been deleted and push-button
(3) can be released.

The door stops moving if this push-button is pressed again while the
door is opening.

Red LED (4) flashes - control reset successful.

If the push-button is pressed again the door closes.

Reattach rubber cover (1).

Closing door

Interim stop

Press push-button (1) or manually-operated remote control (2) once.

If an interim stop occurs due to the operation of a push-push-button or the


remote control, the drive unit stops immediately. The next command given
sends the drive in the opposite direction. See "Pulse sequence of door
movement" section.

The door stops moving if this push-button is pressed again while the
door is closing. Dependent on DIP switch 7 setting.
If the push-button is pressed again the door opens.

Emergency release

Safety stop 1
(Automatic force cut-off)

Caution!
The emergency release is only suitable for opening or closing
the door in an emergency. e.g.: power failure or defect in the
drive. It is not suitable for frequent use to open or close the
door. This can damage the drive or door.

When the automatic force cut-off is activated, the drive stops or reverses.
When the next command is given, the drive moves in the opposite direction. See "Pulse sequence of door movement" section.
- Safety stop when door closes - door reverses
- Safety stop when door opens - door stops

Risk of falling!
When operating the emergency release, it is possible that
the door may open or close automatically due to the spring
breaking or the weight balance being set incorrectly. Drive can
suffer damage or be destroyed.

Safety stop 2
(Safety input)

Engaging or disengaging the drive can occur in any door


position.

When the safety input is tripped (e.g. someone crosses light barrier), the
drive stops, reverses or opens, depending on the given DIP switch
setting 1 + 3.
See "Obstacle detection" section for given drive type.

When the next command is given, the drive moves in the opposite direction. See "Pulse sequence of door movement" section.

Default settings:
- safety input tripped when door closes - door reverses
- safety input tripped when door opens - no response (door opens)

Overload protection

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Pull once on emergency release wire (N): the drive mechanism disengages and the door can be opened manually.

If the drive mechanism is subjected to excessive strain when opening or


closing the door, this is recognised by the control unit which then stops
the drive mechanism. After approx. 20 seconds or a control unit reset, the
control unit deactivates the overload protection.

Pull on emergency release cord (N) once again: drive locks into position;
door can only be moved with the drive.
If your garage door is fitted with a slip-door but no slip-door safety
facility - you need to have one installed (see accessory instructions).

The drive mechanism can now recommence normal operation.


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Operation / Control
LED signals at the control unit

Setting afterglow duration of LED


illumination

The control unit has three LEDs indicating the charge level of the
battery units.

1 Left LED flashes red

The afterglow duration of the LED illumination can be set to a value


between 10 - 120 seconds.

left battery box must be charged

2 Middle LED lights up green battery units are charged via solar

module
3 Right LED flashes red

right battery box must be charged


Remove rubber cover (1).

It may be the case that the red LEDs flash red despite the
batteries being sufficiently charged. To stop the flashing,
carry out a battery reset:

Turn the rotary control (2) to the required setting using a suitable tool
(e.g. small screwdriver PH 0x3.0 mm).
Reattach rubber cover (1).

Disconnect the solar module from the power supply.


Push the two batteries on the rail outwards in order to interrupt
the contact to the control unit.
After approx. 10 seconds simultaneously push the battery units
back onto the control unit.

Radio receiver
Homelink compatible!
If your vehicle is equipped with a Homelink system (Version 7),
our drive mechanism/radio receiver with 868.6 MHz is compatible with this. Another radio frequency (40.685 or 434.42 MHz)
must be used in older Homelink systems. You can find more
information at:
http://www.eurohomelink.com

If the LEDs light up red despite sufficient sunlight on the CISfix module, check the module for dirt and make sure that the
lines and connectors are in order.

Recharging battery unit


The battery units are permanently recharged by the Wrth
Solar CISfix module when there is sufficient sunlight.
Optionally, the battery units can also be recharged with a
charger. Only use the original charger for this!

To ensure safe operation, local safety regulations relevant to the equipment concerned must be observed!
Information regarding this can be obtained from electricity suppliers, the
VDE and employers' liability insurance associations.
The operator of this radio-controlled equipment is in no way protected
from interference from other telecommunications systems and facilities
(e.g. other radio-controlled equipment that is licensed to operate at the
same frequency range).
Try replacing the batteries should reception problems be encountered.

Teaching in remote control

Charge the battery unit immediately as soon as LED (1) or (3) flashes on
the control unit.
Take the battery unit to be charged off the rail.
Insert charger into the socket on the inner side of the battery unit to be
charged, then insert mains connector. (The figure shows the left battery
unit, right unit correspondingly.)
Charging time necessary: 6 - 12 hours.
Disconnect the charger from the power supply and battery
unit after 24 hours at the latest.

Remove rubber cover (1).





Press learning push-push-button (2)


- Once for channel 1, LED (3) lights up
- Twice for channel 2, LED (4) lights up
- If no code is sent within 10 seconds, the radio receiver will switch to
normal mode.
- Interrupt learning mode: Press learning push-push-button (2) until no
LEDs are lit.

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Charge the battery standing and not in the immediate vicinity


of heat sources!

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Operation / Control
Press required remote control push-button (5) and keep pressed until
LED (3 / 4) goes out - depending on which channel has been selected.
LED goes out - teaching in completed. The remote control has
communicated the radio code to the radio receiver.
Reattach rubber cover (1).
Teach in further remote control units. Repeat the above steps.
Max. 112 memory slots are available per radio receiver.

Deleting remote control push-button from radio receiver


If a user of a multi-user garage facility moves house and wants to take
his manual remote control with him, then all the codes of the given user's
manual remote control have to be deleted from the radio receiver.
For security reasons, each manual remote control push-button and/or combination of push-buttons should be deleted!
Remove rubber cover (1)
Press learning push-button (2) and keep pressed for 5 seconds until an
LED flashes (it is unimportant which LED).
Release learning push-button (2) - radio receiver is in delete mode.
Press push-button on the remote control whose code needs to be deleted in the radio receiver - LED goes out. Deletion completed.
Reattach rubber cover (1)
Repeat procedure for all push-buttons and combinations of push-buttons.

Deleting a channel from the


radio receiver
Remove rubber cover (1)
Press learning push-button (2) and keep it pressed down
- Once for channel 1, LED (3) lights up
- Twice for channel 2, LED (4) lights up
- LED lights up, depending on which channel has been selected. After
5 seconds, the LED flashes - after a further 10 seconds the LED lights
up.
Release learning push-button (2) - deleting finished.
Reattach rubber cover (1)

Deleting radio receiver memory


If a remote control is lost, then for security reasons all channels on the receiver have to be deleted! After this has been done, all the remote controls
have to be reset in the receiver.




Remove rubber cover (1)


Press learning push-button (2) and keep it pressed down.
- After 5 seconds the LED (3 or 4) will flash.
- After a further 10 seconds the LED (3 or 4) lights up.
- After a total of 25 seconds both LEDs (3 + 4) light up.

Release learning push-button (2) - deleting finished.

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Reattach rubber cover (1)

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Extended Functions and Connections


General information

Installing and connecting extra


push-buttons

The activities described in the "Extended Functions and


Connections" section may only be carried out by qualified
personnel!

Only necessary if a further push-button is required in addition


to the one already installed.
An additional push-button cannot be connected in combination with a light barrier.
Only use connection for floating normally open contacts.
External Voltage will destroy or damage the control unit.
When operating the push-button the user must not stand in
the door's area of movement and must have a clear view of
the door.

The DIP switches are in the OFF position at delivery; all additional
functions are deactivated.
Connecting further consumers (e.g. light barrier) will increase
the energy consumption and hence reduce the number of
cycles after each battery charging.

Connections to the control unit

B 26

A 26

min. 1,6m
min. 1,6m

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The underside of the control unit has connections for the rail supply line (1)
and the Wrth Solar CISfix Solar module (2), as well two openings (3) for
inserting further cables.

Permanently route the push-button cable.


Install push-button in an appropriate, easily accessible location
in the garage. Minimum height from floor: 1.6 m
Install push-button cable in garage. Connect end of cable to
push-button.

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Opening the control unit


The control unit may only be opened by trained personnel!
Disconnect the battery units from the control unit.
Disconnect the solar module from the power supply
(if supplied).

27

Loosen the screws (1) on the front.


Remove front panel (2).

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First note the position of the connectors and boards. Ensure


that the boards and connectors are in the correct position during reinstallation! Mixing up the contacts will result in damage
to the device!

The control unit is opened as described in the previous section.


Have you noted the position of the connectors and boards?
Disconnect the connector of the ribbon cable (3).
Insert the M8 cable gland into the opening on the underside of
the control unit. Guide cable through, relieve against tension.
Connect push-button cable (8) to terminal 1 + 2 on the small
board (9).
Connect any key-operated push-buttons (floating normally
open contact) parallel to terminal 1 + 2 of the small board
(9).
Re-connect the connector of the ribbon cable (3).
Attach front panel (2) and screw on.

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Only remove boards if absolutely necessary! Only touch


boards on the outer edge! Do not touch the electronic
components!

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Extended Functions and Connections


Obstacle detection (DIP 1, 2 + 3)
DIP switch 1
OFF No response if the safety input is interrupted.

Door stops if force cut-off is activated.
ON

Drive stops door

DIP switch 2: function - safety connection


OFF Normally closed contact for light barrier
ON

Button connection for button 2


(Partial opening, defined opening and closing)

DIP switch 3: behaviour of drive when door is closing


OFF Drive stops and opens door a little (reversal)
ON

Drive stops and opens door completely

Connecting button 2 (DIP 2)


Only use connection for floating normally open contacts.
External Voltage will destroy or damage the control unit.
No further safety connection is available.
No light barrier can be connected in parallel.
Button 2 can be used for the following functions, if required:
- Defined opening and closing
- Partial opening

Fasten cable of button 2 (3) on the small board in position 3 + 4.

Permitted cable cross-section: max. 0.75 mm.

IP
7

IP
8

D
7
6
5

3
2

N
O
1

2
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N

Connecting warning lamp (DIP 4)

2
11
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Remove bridge (1) from terminal 7 and 8, DIP switch 2 ON


Permitted cable cross-section: max. 0.75 mm2.
Terminal 11 + 12 Uncontrolled DC 24 V (max. 34 Volt), max 1 A
DIP switch 4
OFF Connected warning lamp flashes (control unit generates flashing)
ON

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Insert loose cable (2) in terminal 7.

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Door status indicator


- is lit when door is not closed
- is off when door is closed

Extended Functions and Connections


Back-jump (DIP 6)

Trolley
board

In sectional doors, you have the option to set DIP switch 6


to position ON in order to release load from the drive system
and the door, thus allowing for easier activation of emergency
release.

This feature serves the purpose of supporting door and drive mechanism
operation. The drive mechanism moves briefly back in a door OPEN direction once it has reached the door CLOSED final travel position, thus taking
some of the strain off the other equipment.
8
4

OFF Deactivated
Activated

ON

Terminal

Connecting light barrier


Permitted cable cross-section: max. 0.75 mm.

IP
8

D
7
6
5
4

2
11
01
1
9
1

No second button can be connected in parallel.

Terminal 7 + 8

Safety connection, only if DIP switch 2 is OFF

Terminal 9 + 10

Controlled DC 24 V, max. 0,1 A

Terminal 9:

DC 24 V

Terminal 10:

Earth

Settings: see Obstacle detection (DIP 1, 2 + 3)

Pulse sequence of door movement


(DIP7)

STOP

1x

STOP

1x

1x

IP

1x

DIP switch 6

DIP 7 OFF, standard setting for all drives:


Open - Stop - Close - Stop - Open -

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DIP 7 ON:
Button 1: Open - Stop - Open - Stop -
Button 2: Close - Stop - Close - Stop -

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Power supply to chain

Power supply to rail

3 + 4

Limit switch door OPEN

Motor cable

Motor cable

7 + 8

Limit switch door CLOSED

Extended Functions and Connections


Defined opening and closing (DIP 7)

Procedure:
1. Close door

If this function is activated, only button 1/radio channel 1 can


open the door and only button 2/radio channel 2 can close it.

2. Set DIP switch 8 to ON, thus activating partial opening functionality


- leave DIP switch 8 in ON position; the OFF position automatically
deletes the partial opening function that has been set.
3. Press button 2 (opens door from CLOSED final travel position)
- door opens until such time as button 2 is pressed again or OPEN final
travel position has been reached.
4. Press button 2 when the desired position has been reached.
5. Close door by pressing button 2
The required partial opening adjustment has thus been set. Press button 2
to open door to set position.
Set DIP switch 8 to OFF position to delete partial opening setting

Partial opening via remote control (2-channel operation)


Teaching in 2 remote control buttons:
e.g. button 1 on to radio channel 1 and button 2 on to channel 2.

Button 1/Radio channel 1 opens the door and button 2/radio channel 2
closes it. This function can also be performed using just two buttons or just
the remote control.

Radio channel 1 always has the same function as button 1


Radio channel 2 always has the same function as button 2

Requirement:
DIP switch 8 OFF, button 2 connected (DIP switch 2 ON) or 2 remote
control buttons have been taught in.
P
DI
ON

TorMinal interface

ON

6
DIP switch 7

See TorMinal Operating Instructions

OFF Deactivated
ON

Activated

Partial opening (DIP 8)

This function opens the door partially, depending on the given setting.
Ideas for use: garage ventilation, opening of side-opening door for personal
access, to name but a few. Partial opening can be used in combination with
two push-buttons or just the remote control.
Before teaching in the second opening height (before DIP8 is
moved to ON), the drive must be correctly taught in!
DIP switch 8
DI
ON

P
6

OFF Deactivated
ON

Activated, DIP switch 7 not functioning

Partial opening using 2 push-buttons


Fit additional button and connect as push-button 2 to terminals 1 and 2.
Push-button 1 always opens the door completely.
If it has been partially opened with button 2, it can be opened fully by
pressing button 1.

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Push-button 2 only carries out partial opening of the door if the door is
closed.
Should the door have been opened fully with button 1 or partially with
button 2, it can be closed by again pressing button 2.

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Maintenance and Care


Important information

First note the position of the connectors and boards. Ensure


that the boards and connectors are in the correct position during reinstallation! Mixing up the contacts will result in damage
to the device!

Never use a hose or a high-pressure cleaner to spray down


the drive or the control unit housing.
Always disconnect the XLR connector prior to working on the drive
mechanism.

Only touch boards (6 and 7) on the outer edge! Do not touch


the electronic components!

Never use lyes or acids for cleaning purposes.

Wipe drive clean with a dry cloth as required.

Keep your hands clear of a moving door and any moving parts.
Risk of persons trapping or cutting themselves in/on the door system's
moving parts or edges where it closes.

All fixing screws on the drive should be properly checked and tightened if
necessary.

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Check the door in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Cleaning chains and drive rails


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The fuse of the pilot control safeguards the power to the


drive.
Disconnect the connector of the ribbon cable (3) and the two other
plugs (4) and (5) on the left board (7).
Remove the left board (7).

Remove defective glass-tube fuse from the fuse holder (9) and
replace. (Type: T 8A L 250V)
Insert board again. Ensure correct alignment!
Connect the connectors.
Reattach front panel (2) and screw on.

In your Wrth Solar SUN x-set the power is routed to the


trolley via the chain and drive rail. You must therefore make
sure that these parts are cleaned and only oiled with suitable,
conductive oil.

The fuse of the main control safeguards the door control.


Disconnect the connector of the ribbon cable (3).
Remove the right board (6).

Use Ballistol or contact spray WD40.

Remove defective glass-tube fuse from the fuse holder (10) and
replace. (Type: T 6A L 250V)

If the chain (7) or drive rail (8) are heavily soiled.


Lightly lubricate the inside of the chain (7) and drive rail (8) with "conductive" oil, if necessary. Do not use grease!

Insert board again. Ensure correct alignment!


Connect the connector.
Reattach front panel (2) and screw on.

Replacing fuses in the control unit

Replacing fuse in battery unit

Opening the control unit


Disconnect the battery units from the control unit.
Disconnect the solar module from the power supply
(if supplied).

The fuse of the battery unit safeguards the bleed


current from the battery box.

Loosen the screws (1) on the front.

The figure shows the right battery unit, left side correspondingly.

Remove front panel (2).

Unscrew the fuse holder on the outside of the corresponding battery unit
Replace glass-tube fuse (6A - 6.3A, slow-acting)

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Screw in fuse holder

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Maintenance and Care


Regular checks
Check safety devices regularly, every year at the very least, to ensure they function correctly (e.g.: BGR 232).
Safety devices that are sensitive to pressure (e.g. safety switch unit) should be checked every four weeks to ensure they function correctly;
see EN 60335-2-95.
Check

Behaviour

Yes/No

Possible cause

Remedial action

Drive reverses when


contact with object is made

Yes

Automatic cut-off of supply is working as it should................................

Leave all settings as they are.

No

Door incorrectly adjusted.................

Yes

Everything in order!

No

Drive forces the door to close.


The mechanical door and drive
components are strained.................

Automatic force cut-off


Use 50 mm object to stop
door wing from closing.

Have door correctly adjusted by a


person qualified to do so.

Emergency release
Adopt procedure described in
'Emergency release' section.

Emergency release can be


operated easily (pull once,
drive releases)

Adjust end switch for door


CLOSED, or activate back-jump
(DIP switch 6 in position ON)

Emergency release is defective......

Repair emergency release or have


it repaired

Door jams........................................

Check door. See door maintenance


instructions

Safety switch unit


Open/Close door whilst, at
same time, operating safety
switch unit.

Door behaves in accordance with setting of DIP


switch 1,2 or 3. Safety LED
is lit.

Yes

Everything in order!

No

Broken cable, loose terminal...........

Check wiring, tighten terminal connection.

DIP switch maladjusted...................

Correctly adjust DIP switch

Switch unit defective........................

Put door drive mechanism out of


operation and ensure it cannot restart
by accident. Contact after-sales
service.

Light barrier
Open/Close door whilst, at
same time, interrupting the
light barrier.

Door behaves in accordance with setting of DIP


switch 1,2 or 3. Safety LED
is lit.

Yes

Everything in order!

No

Broken cable, loose terminal...........

Check wiring, tighten terminal


connections.

DIP switch maladjusted...................

Correctly adjust DIP switch

Light barrier dirty.............................

Clean light barrier

Light barrier maladjusted


(bent bracket)..................................

Correctly adjust light barrier

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Light barrier defective......................

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Put door drive mechanism out of


operation and ensure it cannot restart
by accident. Contact after-sales
service.

Miscellaneous
Disassembly

Warranty and after-sales service

Observe safety instructions!

The warranty granted complies with statutory requirements. Contact your


specialist retailer for any warranty claims.
Warranty entitlements only apply to the country in which the given drive
was purchased.

The sequence of operations is identical to that described in the Section


entitled "Installation" but in reverse order. The setting procedures described
are not applicable.

Batteries and fuses are not covered by the warranty.

Correct disposal

If you require after-sales service, spare parts or accessories, please


contact your specialist retailer.

Observe appropriate local regulations!

Troubleshooting
Further troubleshooting tips

Complete control system reset (deletion of programmed force values).


Disconnect any accessories that may have been connected
(e.g. light barrier).

Many problems can be solved by a control reset (deletion of


force values) and subsequent reprogramming of the drive!

Set all DIP switches to default settings.

Homelink compatible!
If the latest Homelink version (Version 7) is installed in your
vehicle, our drive mechanism/radio receiver with 868.6 MHz is
compatible with this. In the case of older Homelink versions,
you need to use another radio frequency (40,685 or
434,42 MHz).
You can find more information at http://www.eurohomelink.
com or contact your specialist dealer.

Reset potentiometer to the default settings.


If settings have been changed using the TorMinal, carry out a control
unit reset using the TorMinal.
Check all connections at the direct plug-type adapters and the terminal
bar (sprint/duo), and retighten them, if necessary.
Door drive faults can be solved by referring to the table below. If you cannot solve the problem yourself, contact your specialist retailer for advice or
visit our Internet site at http://www.sommer.eu.

Should you be unable to find and eliminate the fault with the help of this
table, then take the following steps.

Fault

Possible cause

Remedial action

Drive mechanism inoperative, lamp


not lit

No mains power.....................................

Insert XLR connector


Check batteries (check charging level (LEDs); are the battery units
correctly mounted? Check glass-tube fuse in battery units)

No control unit installed..........................

Install control unit

Solar module .........................................

Check solar module (connector/alignment/dirt...)

Red LED in indicator panel of the


control unit continues to flash, even
though the battery unit has been
mounted.

Battery unit empty..................................


Contact defective....................................

Charge battery unit


Check contact, poss. calibrate lower holding rail

Right LED behind rubber cover flashes


in end position "Door CLOSED"

Drive not taught in, no force values


saved......................................................

Teach in drive. See "Initial Operation" section

Drive does not function

Control unit installed incorrectly.............

Insert control unit correctly in connector strip

Light barrier interrupted..........................

Eliminate interruption

Battery in remote control is flat...............

Change battery

Remote control has not been taught in


to radio receiver. ....................................

Teaching in remote control

Drive does not function when operated


using remote control

Wrong radio frequency...........................

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Check frequency (40 MHz with wire aerial; 868/434 MHz without
external aerial)

Command is permanently present as


push-push-button is jammed..................

Release push-button or replace remote control

Drive does not function when operated


using external push-button

Push-button not connected or defective

Connect or replace push-button

Drive does not terminate teach-in run

End positions set incorrectly...................

Adjust end positions (see general instructions in the "Initial Operation"


section)

Afterglow duration too short...................

Extend afterglow duration, see "Setting afterglow duration of LED


illumination

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Troubleshooting
Fault

Possible cause

Remedial action

Door stops when closing, moves


approx. 10 cm in reverse direction
then stops.

Obstacle has tripped automatic force


cut-off......................................................

Remove obstacle; open door completely

Incorrect force values taught in or force


tolerance too low....................................

Delete force values and read in new ones

Cut-off buffer set incorrectly...................

Reset cut-off buffer; see "Setting limit switches" section

Door set incorrectly or defective


(e.g. spring shaft)...................................

Have door adjusted correctly or repaired by a person qualified to do so

Obstacle has tripped automatic force


cut-off......................................................

Remove obstacle; open door completely

Incorrect force values taught in or force


tolerance too low....................................

Delete force values and read in new ones

Cut-off buffer set incorrectly...................

Reset cut-off buffer; see "Setting limit switches" section

Door stops when opening

Connected light barrier interrupted and


DIP switch 1 at ON.................................

Eliminate interruption or set DIP switch 2 to OFF

Drive mechanism does not close door

Power supply to light barrier


interrupted..............................................

Check connection

Drive mechanism opens door but then


no further reaction to command given
via push-button or remote control

Safety input triggered (e.g. light barrier


defective)................................................

Remove obstacle from path of light barrier

Door stops when opening, moves


approx. 10 cm in reverse direction
then stops

Repair light barrier


Limit switch "Door CLOSED" in trolley
defective.................................................

Socket unit not plugged in correctly


Replace limit switch

Drive mechanism closes door but then


no further reaction to command given
via push-button or remote control

Limit switch "Door OPEN" in trolley


defective.................................................

Replace limit switch

Connected warning light does not light


up

Fuse defective........................................

Replace fuse, see "Maintenance and Care" section

Bulb defective.........................................

Replace bulb

Opening or closing speed varies

Drive starts slowly, then picks up


speed......................................................

"Soft run" mode - completely normal.

Chain rail dirty........................................

Clean rail and re-lubricate. see "Maintenance and Care" section

Chain rail lubricated with wrong oil.........

Clean rail and re-lubricate. see "Maintenance and Care" section

Chain tension incorrect...........................

Tighten chain; see "Installation" section

Fault

Possible cause

Remedial action

All LEDs are flashing

All memory positions are occupied


(max. 112)...............................................

Delete the data of all radio control devices that are not in use

Displays on radio receiver

LED 3.1 or 3.2 is continuously on

Radio signal is being received; a remote control key might be defective or


an external signal is received.................

Install additional radio receiver

Remove battery from the radio control device.

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Wait until the external signal ceases


LED 3.1 or 3.2 is on

Radio receiver is in programming mode


and expects a code signal from a
remote control device.............................
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Press required remote control key