Report No.

IND 2050-1B/03

IEC/EN 60335-2-103:2002
Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety Part 2-103: Particular requirements for drives for gates,doors and windows
Product Name and address of the applicant DRIVE FOR VERTICALLY MOVING SECTIONAL DOOR FAAC S.p.A Via Benini, 1 I - 40069 Zola Predosa (BO) Italy FAAC S.p.A Via Benini, 1 I - 40069 Zola Predosa (BO) Italy FAAC S.p.A Via Benini, 1 I - 40069 Zola Predosa (BO) Italy 800W, 3.5A, 230Vac, 50Hz, 50Nm, IP54, 23RPM, 20µF, Cl. I, -20/+55°C FAAC 540 V 06030019 Temperature range: -20 ÷+55 °C See page 2 IEC 60335-2-103:2002 Safety of household and similar electrical appliancesParticular requirements for drives for gates,doors and windows IND 2050-1A/03 Telephone (+39) 39 220120.1 Fax (+39) 39 2753240

Name and address of the manufacturer

Name and address of the factory

Rating and principal characteristics

Trade mark (If any) Model/type Serial no Additional information Tested according to Report Reference No. Name and address of the testing laboratory

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Nemko Spa
Via Trento e Trieste, 116
20046 BIASSONO (MI)

Test sample(s) received 2003-07-16. Tested in period 2003-09-08 to 2003-09-15. The test results relate only to the sample(s) tested. Tested by
Signature Date

Roberto Tarro
Name in block letters

2003-09-18

Verified by
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Marcello Pozzoli
Name in block letters

2003-09-18

This form is only for use by NEMKO, or by others according to special agreement with NEMKO. The completed test report is not valid for external use, unless issued by NEMKO or attached to a NEMKO certification document. The report shall not be reproduced without written permission from NEMKO and may then only be copied in full. Issue NEMKO 03

2. commercial and garage doors and gates –Safety in use of power operated doors –Clause 5. N = Not applicable. F = Fail. Throughout this report a point is used as the decimal separator. Possible test case verdicts: P = Pass. "(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report. The test results presented in this report relate only to the object tested.108 (MECHANICAL HAZARD) were not performed Copy of marking plate See Test report 2050-1A/03 .doors and windows Tested according to additional information: Drive for sliding gate composed by: ‰ Singlephase Motor 230V∼ thermally protected Control unit 200BT540 ‰ Other requirements: EN 60335-1:2001 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances EN12453:00 Industrial. IND 2050-1B/03 Tested according to: IEC 60335-2-103:2002 EN 60335-2-103 Safety of household and similar electrical appliancesParticular requirements for drives for gates. Placed in the column to the right (Verdict) Summary of testing: According to manufacturer request tests 20.1 Electrical drive units See Test report IND 2050-1A/03 General remarks: "(see remark #)" refers to a remark appended to the report. This report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written approval of the testing laboratory.-Page 2 of 12 - Report No.

unless the drive is intended for continuos operation.110 and 21 are carried out at the most unfavorable marked temperature. 13. Save these instructions.5 5.6 Symbol 0533 of ISO 7000 – maximum temperature Symbol 0534 of ISO 7000 – minimum temperature 7. class II or class III Drives or parts of drives. Drives shall be marked with the ambient temperature range. unless the drive is intended for continuos operation. It is important for the safety of persons to follow these instructions. The drive is adjusted in accordance with the instructions.1mod — P P __ P P N N N  P .The rated operating time. MARKING Drives shall be marked with the rated power input. IP54 Test performed at 55°C The tests are performed without a door because the customer declares that the variation of motor current with the appliance loaded or unloaded is a little tenth of Ampere The drive is adjusted in accordance with the instructions.7 A wicket door is kept closing during the tests If the drive is marked with an ambient temperature beyond the range of +5°C to+40°C the tests of Caluse 11. IND 2050-1B/03 Clause 5. The driven part may be simulated by artificial load 5.12 The instructions shall state the substance of the following: WARNING: Important safety instructions. CLASSIFICATION Drives shall be class I. that are intended for exposure to outdoor conditions shall be at least IPX4.The rated load in newtons or in newton-meters . Requirement – Test GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR THE TESTS This clause of Part 1 is applicable as follows 5. in minutes. Drives supplied with a driven part shall be marked with the rated number of operating cycles.1mod 6. 20.2 Use of the drive and driven part specified for installation that give the most unfavorable conditions. Described in the instruction sheet 50Nm Duty cycle (S3) 40% 800W Operating ambient temperature –20 to +55°C Class I Outdoor use. Duty cycle 40% N P Result – Remark Verdict — __ P 6 6.105 to 20. 7. 7.-Page 3 of 12 - Report No.2  P P 7. Drives supplied without driven part shall be marked with: .

state that activation of the manual release may cause uncontrolled movement of the driven part due to mechanical failures or an out-of-balance condition when operating a biased-off switch. Described in the instruction sheet __ P Described in the instruction sheet P The installation instructions shall include the substance of the following: the necessary information for safe handling of a drive weighing more than 20 kg. The installation instructions shall specify the type. explanation of mode indicators. size and mass of the driven part. correctly balanced and opens and closes properly. Keep remote controls away from children.1 Described in the instruction sheet Described in the instruction sheet Described in the instruction sheet Described in the instruction sheet Described in the instruction sheet  P P P Described in the instruction sheet P N P P Described in the instruction sheet P The installation instructions shall state the substance of the following: WARNING: Important safety instructions. information if the drive is intended to be installed at a height of at least 2. make sure that other persons are kept away details on how to re-adjust controls frequently examine the installation for imbalance and signs of wear or damage to cables. They shall state that the installer is to check that the temperature range marked on the drive is suitable for the location. and if applicable. make sure that other persons are kept away. such as hooks and ropes before installing the drive.12.-Page 4 of 12 - Report No. Follow all instructions since incorrect installation can lead to severe injury. when closing a window that has been opened by a fire-sensing system.5 m above floor level or other access level ensure that entrapment between the driven part and the surrounding fixed parts due to the opening movement of the driven part is avoided Described in the instruction sheet Mass <20 kg N Described in the instruction sheet P P P . This information shall describe how to use the handling means. details on how to use any manual release. if the Appliance is automatically controlled 7. and locations where the drive can be installed. springs and mounting. IND 2050-1B/03 The instructions shall include the substance of the following: do not allow children to play with fixed controls. check that the driven part is in good mechanical condition. Do not use if repair or adjustment is necessary Disconnect the supply when cleaning or other maintenance is being carried out.

7rep — P 19. ABNORMAL OPERATION Compliance is also checked by the test of 19.10 — __ P . the test is made with the driven part disconnected.5 m and not accessible to the public. permanently fix the label concerning the manual release adjacent to its actuating member. 15.1mod Drives having a manual release shall be supplied with a label describing how to use it. the effect of inrush currents being ignored.: HEATING Drives for continuous operation are operated for consecutive cycles until steady conditions are established. IND 2050-1B/03 that the actuating member of a biased-off switch is to be located within direct sight of the driven part but away from moving parts. drives supplied with a driven part are operated without rest periods for the rated number of operating cycles but for not less than five cycles of operation. 11. POWER INPUT AND CURRENT Instead of determining the mean value.101.101 10. For a drive having a manual release. ensure that the mechanism is properly adjusted and that the protection system and any manual release function correctly. after installation. details on how to set controls.0A P P P P P __ P 11. the maximum value of power input is determined. 10.-Page 5 of 12 - Report No. 15. The tube has a length twice that of the motor and is mounted on a support as in normal use. 19. Considered — N see Test report Nemko 2050-1A/03 Maximum power 490W Max input current 2. 7.2 MOISTURE RESISTANCE IPX4 tubular drives are installed in a tube that is open at both ends and has the largest diameter specified in the instructions. The support is rotated at a speed of 1 rev/min. whichever is longer. it is to be installed at a minimum height of 1.1. Other drives are operated as follows: drives supplied without a driven part are operated without rest periods for the rated operating time but for not less than five cycles of operation or four minutes.1 19. Unless it is key operated.

other than those for continuous operation.103 .101 Drives shall prevent vertically moving driven parts from closing unexpectedly. According to manufacturer request tested without driven part Screws and nuts well fixed. however. the winding temperature shall not exceed the values specified in 19. The drive is supplied at the most unfavourable voltage between 0.5Nm. It is loaded with 1. Compliance is checked by the following test. are supplied at rated voltage and operated continuously under normal operation STABILITY AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS NOTE 101 Moving parts of drives intended to be installed at a height of at least 2.2 If the drive can be operated when any of the fault conditions are simulated. The drive shall not create any hazard when the manual release is activated.5 m above the ground or other access level are considered to be positioned so that adequate protection is provided. Operation of the release shall not give rise to a hazard such as kickback or unexpected operation of the drive. the load is applied to the driven part and is equal to the highest force exerted by it. Surfaces not normally used for standing on. The test is repeated with the supply disconnected 20.104. Drives. the drive not being energized. being supplied at rated voltage. and movable equipment such as ladders.94 and 1. such as window-sills. no hazard P 19.101.2 times the rated load applied for 30 min.9. No faults are likley to happen during normal use. the drive. If the drive is supplied with a driven part. are not considered to be access levels. There shall be no movement except for initial removal of any play in the system.108 are carried out.13 Addition: 19. 20. the tests of 20.107 and 20.06 times rated voltage but is not operated.11.-Page 6 of 12 - Report No. NOTE The highest force is determined with the driven part in the most unfavourable position. 20. According to manufacturer request no tests were performed on the driven part P P P Intended to be installed at a height of at least 2.5 m above the ground Motor thermal cut out operates at T=140°C after 19min (11 cycles). A mechanical fault in the drive shall not result in a hazardous operation.2 — P 20.101 P P 20. 20. IND 2050-1B/03 19. NOTE 102 Stairs and terraces are examples of access levels.102 A manual release shall be easy to operate.. During the test of 19. Necessary torque to activate manual release <1.

During the movement of the drive in either direction. If the control has three buttons. it shall stop or reverse its movement without contacting the obstacle.104 Drives controlled by a biased-off switch shall stop when the actuating member of the switch is released. They are activated only when they are held pressed.6 m/s.105 P 20.107 Drives incorporating an entrapment protection system with sensing devices that prevent the driven part from coming into contact with an obstacle shall not cause injury when the driven part moves. An obstacle having dimensions of approximately 200 mm x 300 mm and a height of 700 mm is placed on the ground at any place in the path of the leading edge of the driven part and in the most unfavourable orientation. If the driven part moves. IND 2050-1B/03 20. this button shall not require key actuation. (one for the opening . The drive is installed with a driven part. Drives shall not restart automatically after the movement has stopped unintentionally. The tests are repeated with the obstacle placed on its side so that its height is 200 mm. Another button shall initiate the opening movement and the third button shall initiate the closing movement. The drive is supplied at the most unfavourable voltage between 0. Actuation of the other button shall restart the movement in the opposite direction. NOTE The obstacle is normally made of unplaned wood and painted white but other materials and colours may be used to simulate the most unfavourable conditions The drive is operated to close the driven part. one button shall stop the movement. Tested without driven part (rotation of pignon checked) : The appliance is provided with a terminal block for the connection of two external buttons (manual control). further actuation shall reverse the direction of movement. this button shall not require key actuation. the actuation of a manual control shall stop the movement.94 and 1.106 Drive does not restart unintentionally after interruption of power supply.-Page 7 of 12 - Report No. one button shall stop the movement. N N N N N N . No hazard on thermal cut outs resetting P 20. The test is repeated with the obstacle being moved at a speed of 3 m/s ± 0. If the control has a single button. If the control has two buttons. the force exerted by the drive being adjusted to its highest value in accordance with the instructions.06 times rated voltage. one for the closing) P 20.

user maintenance or installation. – 25 N thereafter. The drive is supplied at the most unfavourable voltage between 0. NOTE The forces may be limited by operation of an entrapment protection system with sensing devices that rely on the driven part contacting an obstacle. the test is repeated. 20. in its vertical position.75 s after the force has exceeded 150 N.5 m.1 The drive is operated to close and open the driven part from the fully open and fully closed positions. – 25 N thereafter. At each increment. The drive is operated to open the driven part.5 kg having a diameter of approximately 60 mm is used instead of the wooden obstacle.94 and 1. If the entrapment protection system incorporates a pressure-sensitive floor pad. IND 2050-1B/03 The height of the obstacle is then raised in increments up to the height of the driven part. but not higher than 2. If the driven part moves. the force exerted by the drive being adjusted to its highest value if the force can be adjusted during use.108. – 150 N during a further period of 4.108. is placed at any location next to the driven part in its closed position. Not tested (no driven part) Not tested according to manufacturer request N N N __ __ Not performed according to manufacturer request (no driven part) __ Test not performed according to manufacturer request (no driven part) __ . The spring acts on a sensing element that is connected to an amplifier having a rise and fall time not exceeding 5 ms.108.108 Drives shall not cause injury if the driven part can contact an obstacle during normal use. The obstacle. if the drive is intended to be used with vertically moving driven parts having openings exceeding 50 mm. The force is measured by means of an instrument that incorporates a rigid plate having a diameter of 80 mm and a spring having a ratio of 500 N/mm ± 50 N/mm.06 times rated voltage 20. or – 400 N during the first 0. a mass of 15 kg ± 0. The forces shall not exceed – 150 N during the first 5 s after the force has exceeded 25 N. Compliance is checked by the test of 20. The drive is installed with a driven part.1 and.2 for an opening movement.25 s.-Page 8 of 12 - Report No. by the test of 20. it shall stop or reverse its movement without contacting the obstacle.

5 kg.500 mm. unless the entrapment protection system is a biased-off switch. – 2 500 mm or 300 mm below the maximum if this is less (for vertically moving driven parts). the values apply to the vertical component of the closing and opening forces. – 200 mm from each end of the leading edge if this edge is longer than 800 mm. the driven part being loaded with a mass of 15 kg ± 0. for driven parts between 1. are subjected to an opening test.2 m and 5 m in height. Unless the system continues to operate normally. . 20. The test is repeated during the opening movement of the driven part N According to manufacturer request test not carried out (no dirven part N According to manufacturer request test not carried out (no dirven part) __ N N N . the force is measured at the following locations: – in the centre of the leading edge. the force is measured at the following heights: –50 mm. – 2 500 mm. The drive is operated to close the driven part. 20. The mass. For horizontally moving driven parts. for driven parts more than 2. with one edge adjacent to the bottom edge of the driven part. For vertically moving driven parts. for driven parts not more than 2.-Page 9 of 12 - Report No. – in the centre. If the bottom edge of the driven part movesmore than 500 mm.300 mm . having dimensions of approximately 200 mm x 200 mm x 200 mm. – 300 mm from the top. The force is measured on the leading edge of the driven part when the dimension of the gap is –50 mm.108. IND 2050-1B/03 For vertically moving driven parts.8 m in height. During the movement. is fixed to the driven part in the most unfavourable place.109 Entrapment protection systems shall provide an adequate level of protection in the event of a failure within the system.2 Drives. the driven part shall stop moving or the movement of the driven part shall only be controlled by a supplementary biased-off switch by the time it has completed its movement. intended to be used with a vertically moving driven part having openings in which a 50 mm diameter cylinder can be inserted. the force exerted on the mass shall not exceed 150 N. The drive is operated to open the driven part. The drive is installed with a driven part and supplied at rated voltage. Compliance is checked by the following test. a short circuit or open circuit is simulated in the system or installation wiring.8 m in height.

COMPONENTS According to manufacturer request not all clauses of this standard were checked See Installation sheet Mass <20Kg N 20. Other drives are subjected to the following test The drive is installed with a window and supplied at the most unfavourable voltage between 0. Drives shall be supplied with all associated components necessary for compliance with this standard. such as hooks. Drives for windows shall operate so that the movement of the window is not likely to cause an injury. A drive for a door or gate incorporating a wicket door shall be constructed so that the drive cannot be operated when the wicket door is open. The drive is then operated to close the window. unless the opening movement is controlled by a fire-sensing system. The speed shall not exceed 50 mm/s. The speed shall not exceed 15 mm/s. All controls supplied with the drive shall be marked to indicate the functions in the same way.106 __ 24  .105 N 22. the gap shall not exceed 200 mm.101 CONSTRUCTION Drives weighing more than 20 kg shall incorporate suitable means for handling.109. by the tests of 20. 22.110 Not intended for windows N N N N N N N  N 22. the test is repeated with an additional fault simulated. drives incorporating an entrapment protection system. 22.103 22.94 and 1.104. and the measurement repeated. It shall only be possible to make adjustments that could affect compliance with this standard by means of a tool or by use of a code. Compliance is checked as follows: drives controlled by a biased-off switch.-Page 10 of 12 - Report No. The speed of the leading edge is measured while it travels between 15 mm and 50 mm from the closed position.104 P P 22. The drive is adjusted for the highest opening and closing forces.107 to 20. When fully open.102 P 22. Any indication showing the selected mode of operation shall not be misleading. by the test of 20. NOTE It may be necessary to simulate several faults before the test is completed. if the adjustment is mentioned in the instructions The drive is operated to open the window.06 times rated voltage. IND 2050-1B/03 If the system continues to operate normally.

Any accessible controls are adjusted to give the highest laser radiation even if a tool is required to make the adjustment. If the control is inaccessible. in particular with Clauses 8 and 27. Detachable parts are removed. N P 25 25.-Page 11 of 12 - Report No.5mod  N 25.101 RADIATION.02 mm. TOXICITY AND SIMILAR HAZARDS Appliances incorporating a laser shall be constructed so that they provide adequate protection from laser radiation.25 mm ± 0. The scratches are made by drawing the pin along the surfaces of the coating at a speed of approximately 20 mm/s. Five scratches are made at least 5 mm apart and at least 5 mm from the edges. Compliance is checked by the following test.13 If a switch is used to disconnect the drive when the manual release is operated. severity 2 being applicable. Type Z attachment is allowed for separate RESISTANCE TO RUSTING For parts intended to be installed outdoors. is impaired. SUPPLY CONNECTION AND EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CORD Type Z attachment is allowed for drives having a rated power input not exceeding 100 W and for separate power supplies for indoor use. the end of which has the form of a cone with an angle of 40°. The coating shall not be broken and shall not have loosened from the metal surface. it is also adjusted to give the highest laser radiation unless its actuating member is adequately locked in position.7 N 25. The pin is loaded so that the force exerted along its axis is 10 N ± 0.5 N. The supply cord of drives for outdoor use shall be polychloroprene sheathed and not be lighter than ordinary polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord (code designation 60245 IEC 57). the switch is tested for 300 cycles of operation. coatings are scratched by means of a hardened steel pin. NOTE Solder or sealing compound is considered to provide adequate locking. compliance is checked by the salt mist test of IEC 60068-2-52. 32 32. Before the test.23 31 N  P P P  N . After the test. IND 2050-1B/03 24. the drive shall not have deteriorated to such an extent that compliance with this standard. Its tip is rounded with a radius of 0.

N N N .1.4. it shall not exceed the limits for Class 3R as specified in Table 3 of IEC 60825-1. The accessible emission level shall not exceed five times the limits specified for Class I for wavelengths of 400 nm to 700 nm.-Page 12 of 12 - Report No. this interlock shall be of the fail-safe type or be tested for 30 000 cycles of operation under the conditions of 24.2 of IEC 60825-1 and the accessible emission level shall not exceed the limits for Class I. If compliance with IEC 60825-1 relies on the operation of an interlock. IND 2050-1B/03 The drive is supplied at rated voltage and operated under normal operation. The test is repeated but under the conditions specified in Clause 19 and the laser radiation measured again. The time basis for the classification is 100 s. For other wavelengths. The laser radiation is measured in accordance with 9. as specified in Table 1 of that standard.

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