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E1 - E1A - E1BOX - E1F

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IP1739 rev. 2004-05-13

Manuale di installazione quadro elettrico per automazione 230 V~ ad un motore con radio quadrifunzione incorporata 433,92 MHz Control panel installation manual for 230 V~ one motor automation with 433,92 MHz built-in four functions radio Notice dinstallation dune armoire lectrique pour automation 230 V~ un moteur avec radio quatre fonctions 433,92 MHz incorpore Installationsanleitung fr Motorsteuerung einmotorig 230V~ mit engebautem Funkempfnger 433,92 MHz mit vier verschiedenen Funktionen Manual de instalacin del tablero elctrico para automacin 230 V~ a un motor con radio cuadrifuncin incorporado de 433,92 MHz Manual de instalao do quadro elctrico para automao 230V~ com um motor com rdio quatro funes incorporado 433,92 MHz.

BixMR2
2

SIG
4

(*) Solo E1-E1BOX / E1-E1BOX only (**) Solo E1A-E1F / E1A-E1F only

COM

OPEN

(**) RF

F1 (**) L N
Lampada Lamp

M1 1~

L N 230 V~

DITEC S.p.A. Via Mons. Banfi, 3 - 21042 Caronno Pertusella (VA) - ITALY Tel. +39 02 963911 - Fax +39 02 9650314 www.ditec.it - ditec@ditecva.com

Finecorsa / Limit switch Finecorsa / Limit switch 24 V= / max. 0.5 A + Passo-passo / Step by step Arresto di sicurezza / Stop safety contact Riapertura di sicurezza / Reversal safety contact Stop - autoritenuta / Stop

com

Lampeggiante Flashing light

PRG JR3 ANT

(**) JR4

SO
ON

6 4 11 12 SA POWER

OFF 1 2 3 4

(*) RF

R1 TC TM

12 0 11

N C U W V

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

GB GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply Motor output Accessories power supply Temperature Degree of protection (E1-E1A-E1F) Degree of protection (E1BOX) Memorizable radio codes 230 V~ / 50 Hz 230 V~ / 5 A max 24 V= / 0.5 A -20 C / +55 C IP55 IP10 200

This installation manual is intended for professionaly competent personnel only. The installation, the power connections and the settings must be completed in conformity with Good Working Methods and with the regulations in force. Read the instructions carefully before beginning to install the product. Incorrect installation may be a source of danger. Packaging materials (plastics, polystyrene, etc) must not be allowed to litter the environment and must be kept out of the reach of children for whom they may be a source of danger. Before beginning the installation check that the product is in perfect condition. Do not install the product in explosive areas and atmospheres: the presence of flammable gas or fumes represents a serious threat to safety. The safety devices (photocells, sensitive edges, emergency stop, etc) must be installed taking into account: the provisions and the directives in force, Good Working Methods, the installation area, the funtional logic of the system and the forces developed by the motorised door or gate. Before making power connections, check that the rating corresponds to that of the mains supply A multipolar disconnection switch with a contact opening gap of at least 3 mm must be included in the mains supply.Check that upstream of the electrical installation an adequate residual current circuit breaker and an overcurrent cut out are fitted. When requested, connect the motorized door or gate to an effective earthing system carried out as indicated by current safety regulations. During installation, maintenance and repair operations, cut off the power supply before opening the cover to access the electrical parts. The electronic parts must be handled using earthed antistatic conductive arm bands. The manufacturer of the motorisation declines all responsability in the event of components which are not compatible with the safe and correct operation of the product. For repairs or replacements of products only original spare parts must be used.

APPLICATIONS

E1

E1A

E1BOX

INSTALLATION WARNING
Secure the control panel permanently. Drill a hole into the lower side of the container so as to run the cables through it. Secure the cables, if they are accessible, by means of appropriate gland plates (not provided by us). Keep the line and motor conductors separate (at least 8 mm) from the control conductors at the terminal board connection points (for example, by means of clamps). Connect the line and motor protection conductors (yellow-green) by means of the terminal provided. At the end of the installation to close again the container.

E1F

EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer: DITEC S.p.A. via Mons. Banfi, 3 - 21042 Caronno Pertusella (VA) ITALY. Herewith declares that the control panel E1 (with receiver 433.92 MHz) is in conformity with the provisions of the following EC directives: R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC, EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC. Caronno Pertusella, 18-10-2002 Fermo Bressanini (Chairman)

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1.

POWER CONNECTIONS

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Description If DIP1=OFF and TC<MAX sequence: open - stop - close - open. The stop is not permanent but lasts for the time set by means of TC. If DIP1=OFF and TC=MAX sequence: open - stop - close - open. If DIP1=ON and automatic closing is enabled (TC<MAX), contact 1-5= open. If DIP1=ON and TC=MAX, contact 1-5 = open. If automation is stopped control 1- 5 performs the opposite operation to that preceding the stop. It stops and/or prevents the opening operation. If jumper 64 is cut, closing operation is performed by closing contact 1-6. Reverses movement (re-opens) during closing. With SO jumper cut, after close proximity limit switch has been triggered, it causes the automation to STOP during closing operation. If automation is stopped and jumper SO is closed, it inhibits all opening and closing operations. If automation is stopped and jumper SO is cut it inhibits only closing operation. With contact 1-9 open, the automation stops or remains stopped and automatic closing is disabled. By restoring control 1-9 the automation remains at a standstill until it receives a control 1-5 or remote control. If DIP1=ON and jumper 64 is cut, 1-9 contact open stops any movement and hold-to-run function is enabled by means of contact 1-9 open. Under these conditions opening (1-5) and closing (1-6) controls work only if kept pressed, otherwise the automation stops. Automatic closing, 1-8 control and radio remote controls are disabled, with the exception of the on/off courtesy light button. If DIP2=OFF, the automation stops during closing. If DIP2=ON, the automation stops during opening. As an alternative, the limit switch can be connected to plug 0-11 (In this case you must not make a jumper between terminals 0-11). As for examples see paragraph 9.

1.1 Controls
Control 1 5 N.O. Function STEP BY STEP WITH AUTOMATIC CLOSING STEP BY STEP WITHOUT AUT. CLOSING OPEN WITH AUTOMATIC CLOSING OPEN WITHOUT AUTOMATIC CLOSING

1 1

6 6

N.C. N.O.

SAFETY STOP CLOSE

N.C.

REVERSAL SAFETY

N.C.

STOP

N.O.

HOLD TO RUN FUNCTION

11 N.C.

LIMIT SWITCH CLOSE

TM=MAX

11 N.O.

CLOSING PROXIMITY SWITCH LIMIT SWITCH OPEN

12 N.C.

TM=MAX

If DIP2=OFF, the automation stops during opening. If DIP2=ON, the automation stops during closing. As an alternative, the limit switch can be connected to plug 0-12 (In this case you must not make a jumper between terminals 0-12. As for examples see paragraph 9.

12 N.O.

OPENING PROXIMITY SWITCH

IMPORTANT: Make a jumper among all the N.C. contacts if not used. The terminal bearing the same number are equivalent. The given operating and performance feature can be guaranteed only if original DITEC accessories and safety devices are used. 15 E1 - IP1739

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Output 1 0 1 + 11 Value 24V= / 0,5 Description Accessories power supply. To power external accessories, including automation signal lamps. Open automation signal lamp. Only with limit switch 0-11 (N.C.) connected and DIP2=OFF the light goes off when the automation is closed. Closed automation signal lamp. With DIP2=ON the light goes off when the automation is open. Closed automation signal lamp. Only with limit switch 0-12 (N.C.) connected and DIP2=OFF the light goes off when the automation is open. Open automation signal lamp. With DIP2=ON the light goes off when the automation is closed. Flashing light. It is activated upon opening and closing operations. For automatic closing, flashing starts 3 s before the time set by means of TC expires, if TC is inferior to 3 s pre-flashing lasts for the time of the break. Courtesy lamp. It is activated for 180 s upon receiving every opening (total or partial) or closing control.

24V= / 3 W (0,125 A)

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24V= / 3 W (0,125 A)

230 V~ / 100 W (0,4 A)

230 V~ / 100 W (0,4 A)

1.3

Setting and adjustment

1.3.1 Trimmer
Trimmer TM
MIN=10 s 60 s MAX=120 s

Description Maximum operation time adjustment. From 10 to 120 s. NOTE: with N.C. limit switches TM must be set to maximum. Automatic closing time adjustment. From 0 to 120 s. If TC=MAX: automatic closing is disabled. The count starts when the automation is stopped for the time set by means of TC. With DIP3=OFF, after triggering a safety device (1-6/1-8), the count starts on release of the safety device (e.g. after transit through the photocells), and lasts for half the time set by means of TC. NOTE: Instantaneous automatic closing if 64 control is cut. With DIP3=ON the count starts when the automation is open and lasts for the time set by means of TC. With 1-9 control open, automatic closing is disabled. Automatic closing will be enabled again, once control 1-9 is closed, after a 1-5 or a radio control. Thrust on obstacles adjustment (ODS). The control panel is equipped with a safety device which in the case of an obstacle during opening operation stops the movement, while during closing operation stops or reverses the movement. With R1=MIN minimum thrust on obstacles. With R1=MAX maximum thrust on obstacles (obstacle detection function is disabled). Power adjustment. It adjusts the voltage provided to the motor. At the start the motor is powered full voltage for 1 s and subsequently commuted to the voltage set by means of RF.

TC
120 s MIN=0 s MAX=disabled

R1
MAX=disabled

MIN

RF
MIN MAX

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1.3.2 Dip switch


DESCRIPTION OFF / (N.O.) / ON / (N.C.) /

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Step by step. DIP1 Control 1-5 function Right opening. DIP2 Selection of direction DIP3 Automatic closing time renewal - 50% - Instantaneous if 64 is cut (OFF) NOTE: it is advisable to set DIP3=OFF and have 64 cut for barrier instantaneous closing. Open. DIP4 State of automation at start If limit switch is not set, it indicates The first control 1-5 closes if DIP1 = OFF. how the electronic panel considers If DIP1 = ON it opens. the automation at the moment of NOTE: with N.C. limit switches you should the start or when supply comes set DIP4=OFF. back after a cut off, whatever the real position of the automation.

Open. Left opening 100% NOTE: it is advisable to set DIP3=OFF for up-and-over doors, sectional doors and condominium entrances. Closed. The first control 1-5 opens. (NOTE: Automatic closing cannot be the first control even if enabled). If automatic closing is not used (TC=MAX) you should set DIP4=ON.

The opening of contact 1-8 with automation stopped enables opening by means of control 1-5 or remote control. During closing operation, after close proximity limit switch has been triggered, it results in a STOP. Close (N.O.) 64 Control 1-6 function JR3 Control panel built-in radio Radio disabled. disconnected. Disabling brake effect. JR4 Motor brake effect It is used to reduce the space of Note: in case the motor (Cross14E, Dod12/12B, Dod14/14B) has an electric overtaking of leaf race. brake, set JR4=N.O. SO Safety operation 1-8

The opening of contact 1-8 with automation stopped prevents any operation. During closing operation, it always results in a new opening.

Stop (N.C.) Radio working.

Enabling brake effect. Note: Brake should be activated (Cross7E/8E, UP2E/4E/8E) in the event of wing/rod overrun.

1.3.3 Indicators
LED POWER SA 11 12 SIG ON FLASHING

/ Power on 24 V= / Indicates that at least one of the contacts 1-6, 1-8 or 1-9 is open. / It shows that limit switch contact 0-11 is open / It shows that limit switch contact 0-12 is open During reception of a radio transmission. During enabling/storing phase of transmitters.

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CONNECTION ANTENNA AND BUTTONS / CHANNEL SELECTION


The receiver in the control panel has an antenna (rigid wire L=173 mm). In order to extend its transmission range, the antenna must be positioned outside the building, away from metal frames, and as high as possible. This can be done by connecting the antenna in the LAMP flashing light by means of a RG58 coaxial LAMP 230 V cable (max. 10 m), or by installing the tuned antenna BIXLA. Unlike plug-in receivers BIXLR2 in control panel from 1 to 4 buttons CH of the same transmitter can RG58 be stored individually. If only one button CH of the transmitter is stored the stored button CH activates control 1-5 (step-by-step/open). NOTE: be careful not to store the other buttons CH of the same transmitter. If from 2 to 4 buttons CH of the same transmitter are stored, the buttons CH activate the following controls: CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 = = = = CH BUTTONS OPERATIONS Step-by-step/open control (1-5) Partial opening control. It causes opening of the automation for 8 s. Courtesy lamp on/off control in sequence ON-OFF-ON. Stop control. It has the same effect as a impulsed 1-9 control.

CH1 CH2 CH3

2.1 Enabling of radio transmitters


- Check that memory BixMR2 is inserted on COM connector of the control panel. - Press the PRG button on the control panel (powered), and the SIG indicator LED will light up. SIG COM - Only with BIXLS2. By means of the 10 dip-switches, select the PRG desired coding code from among the 1024 options. - Perform a transmission by pressing the desired CH button of the ANT CH1 new transmitter (within the range of the powered control panel). The CH2 Q.E. CH button of the transmitter will thus be enabled. During this phase, the SIG indicator LED flashes. When the LED comes back steady Attendere 10 s Nuovo TX on, a new CH button or a CH button of a new transmitter can be Wait for 10 s New TX enabled. Enable all the new transmitters by making a transmission as indicated above. NOTE: (Only with BIXLS2) Only one TX needs be stored. All the TXs with the same code will be enabled. - Codes are stored in the BIXMR2 storage module (up to a maximum of 200 codes). In case of the BIXMR2 storage module not being detected upon the unit being turned on, the radio receiver built-in in the control panel enters into an alarm status and the yellow SIG LED starts flashing quickly. Attention: Insertion and removal of the BIXMR2 module must be made with the unit powered off. In case of the BIXMR2 memory being full (200 codes stored), the yellow SIG LED flashes quickly for 5 seconds after which the radio receiver built-in in the control panel returns to normal operation. The learning mode is operative for around 10 s. At each storage operation, the learning time is renewed. If the channel has already been stored, the SIG LED flashes and the code is automatically rejected. - Exit from the procedure is automatic after 10 s from the last transmission or by pressing the PRG button again (the SIG LED goes off). Note: Using the Ppc2 management unit it is possible to add, delete, copy on another storage module the BIXMR2 memory codes.
BixMR2

2.2
per 2 s for 2 s

Duplication of new transmitters

PRG CH1 CH2 Attendere 10 s Wait for 10 s

To enable other transmitters besides those already existing, without opening the control panel, press PRG of a transmitter already stored (within the range of the powered control panel) and press any of the CH buttons of the new transmitter. All the CH buttons of the new transmitter will perform the same functi ons as the CH buttons (stored up to then) of the already-stored transmitter. NOTE: be careful that your neighbours receivers are not accidentally memorized.

TX gi memorizzato Stored TX (NO BixLS2)

Nuovo TX New TX

2.3 Disabling of all the CH buttons and/or transmitters


Keep the PRG button pressed on the control panel for 3 s, until the SIG LED starts to flash. Press the PRG button again within 5 s to confirm the operation. Confirmation is signalled by higher frequency flashing of the SIG LED.

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2.4 Use of OPEN card


The plug-in OPEN card has the same function as the 1-5 control (see DIP1). - Other plug-in cards can be used (OPEN) such as: control keypad (Lan4S), magnetic loop (Lab9), etc. - A plug-in radio card can be used (OPEN) for example in the following cases: use of different frequency receiver (BixAR1 BixAR2); in the event of a radio card being used with storage already made (for instance in condominiums). N.B. If the BIXLR1-BIXLR2 receiver is used, disable the control panel built-in radio by cutting the JR3 jumper.

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Examples of possible applications


Eg. 1. House with: 1 sliding gate Eg. 2. House with: 1 balanced up-and-over door

OPENING PARTIAL OPENING


CH
CH 1

OPENING NOT USED


1

OPENING PARTIAL OPENING


CH 2 1 CH

OPENING DOOR LIGHT


CH CH 2
CH 1 CH

CH 3

CH 2

CH 4

STOP PARTIAL OPENING

STOP PARTIAL OPENING

Eg. 3. House with: 1 balanced up-and-over door, 1 sliding gate

Eg. 4. House with: 1 balanced up-and-over door with courtesy lamp, 1 sliding gate

OPENING GARAGE DOOR


CH 2

OPENING GARAGE DOOR DOOR LIGHT


CH 1

OPENING GATE

STOP GARAGE DOOR OPENING GATE

Eg. 5. Factory with: 3 sectional overhead doors, 1 barrier

Eg. 6. Flats with: 2 balanced up-and-over doors, 1 sliding gate

3
1 2

OPENING DOOR 1 OPENING DOOR 3


CH 1

CH

CH

CH 4

CH

CH

CH CH1 2

CH

OPENING BARRIER OPENING DOOR 2

CH

CH

OPENING DOOR 1
CH 2 CH 1

OPENING GATE

TX-A OPENING GATE

TX-B OPENING DOOR 2

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IMPORTANT The operations relating to paragraph 3.5 are performed without safety devices. The trimmer can only be adjusted with automation stopped. Make a jumper between the safety devices (1-6 / 1-8) and the STOP (1-9). Before proceeding to start check the type of application chosen on the basis of the examples provided in paragraphs 6-7-89-10-11. 3.3 If limit switches are used they must be adjusted so that they can be triggered upon mechanical stop of opening and closing operations. NOTE: The limit switches must be kept pressed until complete operation is carried out. 3.4 Set TC to maximum. Set RF, R1 and TM to medium. Only if limit switches N.C. are used set TM at maximum. Select the desired direction of movement by means of DIP2. 3.5 Supply power and make sure the automation is working properly by sending several step-by step controls. Check the limit switches are triggered. NOTE: If mechanical stops or proximity switches with N.O. contact are used to stop the automation stroke, adjust the trimmer TM so that the operation time is 2-3 s longer than the time which is actually required to perform the operation. 3.6 Remove the jumpers and connect the safety devices (1-6 / 1-8) and the stop (1-9). Make sure they are working properly. 3.7 If desired, adjust automatic closing by means of TC trimmer. Attention: the closing time after a safety device has been triggered, depends on DIP3 settings. 3.8 Make sure RF is set in a position to make the automation work properly and guarantee users safety in case of accidental contact. 3.9 Set thrust on obstacles by R1. 3.10 Connect any accessories and make sure they work properly. 3.11 Close the box (if fitted) by means of the 4 screws. 3.1 3.2

4. TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM The automation fails to open and close POSSIBLE CAUSE No power supply INTERVENTO Make sure the control panel is powered (the POWER LED must be on steady) Accessories in short circuit (POWER LED off) Disconnect all the accessories from the terminals 0-1 (24V DC is required) and reconnect these one at a time. Replace the fuse F5A. Line fuse burnt out Make sure contacts 1-6, 1-8 and 1-9 are closed Safety contacts are open (SA LED on) (N.C.) With a tester, make sure the power supply is 24V DC between 0-6, 0-8 and 0-9. Make sure the cover is closed and micro switch Lock release micro switch is open contact set. Between 1-11 or 1-12 the tester must register a 24 V DC power. Check for continuity between the U-W-V phases of The thermal probe is open. the motor disconnected from the control panel. Make sure the transmitters have been properly Remote control does not work stored on the built-in radio receiver. In case of failure of the radio receiver built in the control panel, the remote control codes can be accessed by extracting the BIXMR2 memory module. The automation opens but Safety contacts are open (SA LED on) Make sure contacts 1-6, 1-8 and 1-9 are closed does not close (N.C.) With a tester, make sure the power supply is 24V DC between 0-6, 0-8 and 0-9. Make sure the photocells are clean and working The photocells are triggered (SA LED on) properly. Make sure the TC trimmer is not set at maximum. Automatic closing does not work External safety devices fail Wrong connections between the control panel and Connect the N.C. safety contacts together in series to operate and remove jumpers, if any, from the control panel the photocells terminal block.

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5.

AUTOMATIONS IN PARALLEL
NOT J1 J2=CH1
J2 J1

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Two automations [A] and [B] can be operated in parallel, by making the connections shown in the figure 5.1. Controls 1-5 and remote controls (with DIP1=ON) correspond to a total opening control. In order to manage both automations with one single radio remote control, do not use the radio receivers built in the electronic control panels, but connect a BIXLR2 receiver. Automatic closing is achieved by adjusting the TC trimmer not at maximum and in the same position on both control panels. NOTE: Opening and closing movements may not be synchronized perfectly.

BIX LR2
JR3
ON OFF 1 2 3 4

COM N.O.

NO RADIO

DIP1=ON

1 5 6 8 9

1 5 6 8 9

ON OFF 1 2 3 4

DIP1=ON

TC < MAX

TC < MAX

Fig. 5.1

6. EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION FOR SLIDING GATES (E1A) AND SLIDING DOORS (E1F)

12 0 11 R1 < MAX 12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9 TM=MAX

When Control panel is used for sliding automations operations: - Select TM=MAX - (Fig. 6.1) Connect opening and closing limit switches N.C. contacts to plug 12-0-11; or - (Fig. 6.2) Connect opening and closing limit switches N.C. contacts to terminals 0-11-12. With the above connections, when limit switches operate the wing stops. In the event of obstacle detection, the wing stops and releases during opening operation and reopens during closing operation. (Fig. 6.3) Select the proper opening direction by means of DIP2.

Limit switch

Limit switch

Fig. 6.1

12 0 11
R1 < MAX TM=MAX

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

Limit switch Limit switch

Fig. 6.2 DIP2=ON

DIP2=OFF

Fig. 6.3
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EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION FOR BARRIERS (E1A)


2

12 0 11
4

1
5

TM=MAX RF=5

When Control panel E1A is used for barriers operations: - Select RF=5 (MAX) - Select TM=MAX - Connect opening and closing limit switches N.C. contacts to plug 12-0-11. (Fig. 7.2) Control N.C. 1-6 (Safety stop) can be changed into control N.O. 1-4 (close) by cutting the jumper 64. To have the barrier close again soon after transit between the photocells (or other safeties connected to 1-8), set DIP3=OFF. (Fig. 7.3) Select the proper opening direction by means of DIP2.

Limit switch

Limit switch

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

Fig. 7.1

DIP3=OFF
ON

SO

6 4

OFF 1 2 3 4

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

Opening Closing

Fig. 7.2

DIP2=OFF

DIP2=ON

Fig. 7.3

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8.

EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION FOR SECTIONAL OVERHEAD DOORS (E1F)


DIP1=ON DIP3=ON
ON OFF 1 2 3 4

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12 0 11
TM=MAX

SO

6 4

DIP2=OFF

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9
(Fig. 8.1) When Control panel E1F is used for sectional overhead automations operations: - Select TM=MAX; - Connect opening and closing limit switches N.C. contacts to terminals 0-11-12: - Select the opening control by means of DIP1=ON; - Select the direction of the movement by means of DIP2=OFF; - Select the closing control by cutting the jumper 6 4. NOTE: To use E1F electronic control panel in hold-to-run mode, disconnect terminals 8 and 9. In this case, the opening (1-5) and the closing (1-6) controls operate only if kept pressed, if released the automation will stop. Automatic closing, 1-8 control and radio remote controls are disabled. If a closing safety edge is connected and the automation leaf is to push onto the closing mechanical stop, the following connections can be possible: - Cut the SO jumper; - set the operation time 2-3 s longer than the real operation time of the wing (TM<MAX), and the closing proximity switch 2-3 s earlier than the mechanical stop and connect the N.C. opening limit switch in series to the opening phase of the motor. With the above connections the wing stops on the closing mechanical stroke while on the opening, it stops and releases when the relative limit switch operates. During opening operation, in the event of obstacle detection, the wing stops and releases. During closing operation, in the event of obstacle detection before the proximity switch operates, the wing reopens; after the proximity switch operates, the wing stops on the closing stop mechanical stroke. A limit switch C limit switch
Reversal safety contact

Opening

Closing

RES E
T

Emergency stop

Fig. 8.1

DIP1=ON DIP3=ON
ON OFF 1 2 3 4

12 0 11
R1<MAX TM<MAX

SO

6 4

DIP2=OFF

C U W V
Opening limit switch (230 V - 5A)
com

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9
Closing proximity switch

M 1~

Opening

Closing

RES E

Emergency stop

Reversal safety contact


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GB 9.

EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION FOR BALANCED UP-AND-OVER DOORS (E1-E1BOX)

12 0 11
R1<MAX TM<MAX

M 1~

Closing proximity switch

When Control panel is used for balanced up-and-over doors operations, the following connections can be made: - (Fig. 9.1) The leaf pushes onto mechanical stops and stops on obstacles. Set the operation time 2-3 s longer than the real operation time (TM<MAX) and make a jumper among terminals 011-12. With the above connections the wing stops on the opening and closing mechanical stroke and, in the event of obstacle detection, during opening and closing. - (Fig. 9.2) The leaf stops on limit switches and reverses on obstacles. Set the operation time TM=MAX and connect opening and closing limit switches N.C. contacts to terminals 0-11-12. With the above connections, when limit switches operate the wing stops. In the event of obstacle detection, the wing stops and releases during opening operation and reopens during closing operation. - (Fig. 9.3) The leaf pushes onto mechanical stops and reverses on obstacles. Set the operation time 2-3 s longer than the real operation time (TM<MAX) and set the opening and closing proximity switches 2-3 s earlier than the mechanical stops. With the above connections the wing stops on the opening and closing mechanical stroke. During opening operation, in the event of obstacle detection before the proximity switch operates, the wing stops and releases; after the proximity switch operates, the wing stops on the opening mechanical stroke. During closing operation, in the event of obstacle detection before the proximity switch operates, the wing reopens; after the proximity switch operates, the wing stops on the closing mechanical stroke. - (Fig. 9.4) The leaf stops on opening limit switches and onto closing mechanical stops and reverses on obstacles. Set the operation time 2-3 s longer than the real operation time of the wing (TM<MAX), and the closing proximity switch 2-3 s earlier than the mechanical stop and connect the N.C. opening limit switch in series to the opening phase of the motor. With the above connections the wing stops on the closing mechanical stroke while on the opening, it stops and releases when the relative limit switch operates. During opening operation, in the event of obstacle detection, the wing stops and releases. During closing operation, in the event of obstacle detection before the proximity switch operates, the wing reopens; after the proximity switch operates, the wing stops on the closing stop mechanical stroke.

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

Fig. 9.1

12 0 11
R1<MAX TM=MAX

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9
Limit switch Limit switch

Fig. 9.2

12 0 11
R1 < MAX TM < MAX

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9
Proximity switch Proximity switch

Fig. 9.3

12 0 11
R1<MAX TM<MAX

C U W V
Opening limit switch (230 V - 5A)
com

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

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10. EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION FOR BALANCED UP-AND-OVER DOORS (E1BOX)

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P1

Connect button P1 to terminals 1-5 as shown in figure 10.1. If the balanced up-and-over door needs two motors, connect the motors as shown in figure 10.2

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9
Fig. 10.1

L N

CU W V

U W V
com

U W V
com

M 1~

M 1~

230 V~ 25 W

230 V~ 25 W Fig. 10.2

11. EXAMPLE OF OPERATION WITH HOLD-TO-RUN FUNCTION


When the control panel is used for operations with hold-to-run function make the necessary connections as shown in fig. 11.1 and follow the instructions: - set TM=MAX; - connect the N.C. controls of the closing and opening limit switches to the terminals or to 0-11-12 plugs; - set opening control by DIP1=ON; - set closing control by cutting 6 4 jumper. In this case, the opening (1-5) and the closing (1-6) controls operate only if kept pressed, if released the automation will stop. Automatic closing, 1-8 control and radio remote controls are disabled.

DIP1=ON
ON OFF 1 2 3 4

12 0 11
TM=MAX

6 4

12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9
Limit switch Limit switch
Emergency Stop Opening Closing 25

Fig. 11.1
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Palaiseau - FRANCE

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