Installation Instructionsfor the garage door operatorsSE 130 TS3V2 SKR433-3English

ContentInformation and RemarksDirectives and RegulationsUse of the operatorsGarage DoorsThe installers declaration of conformityOlder Garage DoorsImportant Information for the Installer 3Instruction for the usersSecurity Advises for the Installation 4InstallationDifferent Conditions for Installation 5Minimum space above the garage doorDoor Arm ExtensionBow Arm ConversionC-Rail ExtensionPre-Mounting the operator 6Installing the operator7The Emergency Release 8When there is a second entrance to the garageWhen the garage door is the only entrancePrinted Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsDevices for Adjustments 9TEST/RUN-Button (1)LERN/LEARN-Button (2)Potentiometer “PRESSURE OPEN/CLOSE“ (3)Potentiometer “LIGHT“ (4)Limit-Switch Adjustment and Force Measurement 10Information1.) Adjusting the maximum force for the learning-cycle2.) Starting the learning-mode3.) The Limit Switch Adjustment4.) Starting the Learning-CycleQuick ReferenceEnhanced Adjustments 12The BOTTOM Soft-StopThe length of the BOTTOM Soft-Stop may be changed duringthe first run of the learning-cycle in closing direction:Programming the BOTTOM Soft-ModeTop Soft ModeEnabling the Top Soft ModeReducing the Closing SpeedWhy reduce the Closing Speed?When to reduce the Closing Speed?Programming the Closing SpeedThe most important connectors 14Push Button and Key Switch24V DC Supply230V AC SupplyReceiver-ModuleAdvanced Connectors 14Photo-Cell without selftest:Photo-Cell with selftestSafety Beam, Hatch Door, Emergency StopModules for Special FunctionsCycle Counter2LED-Lamps 16LED “TEST“LED “Diag“LED “Vp“LED “SLZ“LED “LSZ“LED “SEZ“LED “SEA“Special Functions 17DIP-Switch SettingsFunction 1: TOP Soft-ModeFunction 2:Automatic Force MeasurementForce Setting TS75 or TS100Pre-Warning light before every movementFull reversion in OPENING directionNo reversion on Security-Beam when door closedSide Hinged DoorsRemote ControlProgramming the Hand Transmitters 18BasicsProgramming Transmitter and ReceiverClearing the receivers‘ memoryAdditional Information 19Additional Information 19Criterias influencing the rangeUse with a HomeLink SystemTechnical InformationTechnical Data 20Optional Special Functions 20Module “Automatic Closing“ (AZ)Module “Separated Impulse“ (TO)Module “One Way Traffic Control“ (EI)Maintenance:Wiring 21Internal WiringExternal connectionsSpare Parts 22TroubleshootingTroubleshooting 23Error MessagesError messages via the operator‘s lightIf. then.Additional messages only via the LED “Diag“Declaration of Conformity

Information and RemarksImportant Information for the InstallerIt is within legal regulation and without restriction, to use aSeip door operator with any garage door that has been approved for use with other certified door operators!Directives and RegulationsThe operators TS 75 and TS 100 comply to the latest European directives and regulations. The declaration of conformity is enclosedat the end of these instructions.Use of the operatorsThe operators were designed for the use with up-and-over doors(tilting and canopy-type) and sectional doors. They can be usedwith side-hinged doors using a special conversion-kit.All garage doors need to be maintained before automation. Thedoor must be easily opened and closed by hand. A garage doormust not be automated unless it is easy to open and close manually.Garage DoorsIn January 2001 the European regulations EN12604 and EN12605became compulsory for garage doors. Before installing an automatic door operator it must be assured that the garage doorsapplies to these regulations (the information can be obtained fromthe manufacturers‘ declaration of confirmity). A Seip door operator may be installed to any door that complies to the regulations.Should a garage door not be compliant then please refer to thechapter „older garage doors“.If, however, the dangers cannot be avoided we recommend to usethe automatic pre-warning function of the operator. The operators‘ lighting will then be blinking for approx. 5 sec. before everymovement of the garage door. People inside the garage will bewarned before the opening and can step back from the garagedoor in time.Instruction for the usersPlease instruct the users as follows:- Use of the hand transmitter- Use of the emergency release in case of a power failure- Hand over the separate „User Manual“ to the customer- Inform the user about the Security Advises in the User ManualThe installers declaration of conformityNo matter whether a door operator was delivered together with agarage door or seperately, the installer must issue a declaration ofconformity for the complete installation.With this declaration the installer assures, that the installationwas made according to the instructions given by the manufacturers (e.g. the installation instructions of the garage door and theoperator). This declaration can only be issued by the installer andmay not be issued from the manufacturer!If both components comply to the directives and the installationwas made as to the manufacturers instructions the whole installation will normally be CE-compliant.Older Garage DoorsWhen automating an older garage-door the TS-series will stillcomply to the regulations - through the automatic force settingthe requested values for forces and reversion will be according tothe regulations.But it needs to be taken in consideration that most older garagedoors do not meet the regulations EN 12604 and EN 12605- especially regarding security features. They might still have sharpedges bearing the danger of severe injuries - for example sectionaldoors might not have a finger protection between the sections.Unfortunately the entire regulations do not mention how tohandle the automation of such an older garage door - the dangerbasically is not the automation but the construction of the door.Therefore we strongly recommend to- check the garage door for sharp edges bearing danger when thedoor is moving; take any necessary action to avoid the dangersand make the door safer- check the doors‘ springs and readjust them if necessary- grease or oil the pivotal points and rollers of the garage door- check that the door may be easily used by hand3

Information and RemarksSecurity Advises for the InstallationImportant Safety Instructions for InstallationWARNING: INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN LEAD TO SEVEREINJURYFollow all Installation Instructions.- Read page 3 of this instruction carefully before the installation- Before installing the drive, remove unnecessary ropes from theexisting installation- Maintain the garage door according to the advises on page 3and to the door manufacturer’s manual- If possible, install the drive at a height of at least 2,10 m and themanual release at a height less than 1,80 m- Locate the push-button within sight of the door but away frommoving parts and at a minimum height of 1,50 m- Fix the label warning against entrapment next to the push-button- The label fixed to the manual release may not be removed- After installation, ensure that the mechanism is properly adjustedand that the drive reverses when the door contacts a 40 mm highobject placed on the floor.4

InstallationDifferent Conditions for InstallationMinimum space above the garage doorBefore installing the operator you should check the garage for theconditions of installation. You will need optional extras in either ofthe following situations:35mm MinimumC-Rail ExtensionBow Arm ConversionDoor Arm ExtensionIf the garage door is higher than 2.800mm you will need a c-railextension. An extension-rail of 1.600mm is available.The operator may be extended by a maximum of 3.200mm - themaximum height of a garage door is 6.000mm.For a canopy type garage door (inside turning door) you will needa bow arm conversion to automate the door.Inside turning doors are equipped with a roler on each side at thebottom of the door. With these rollers the door cannot tilt outside- an automation without the bow arm conversion is not possible.Should the minimum space between the garage door and the ceiling be smaller than 35mm then a door arm extension is needed.For an extension you can use a metal beam from any DIY-market.The beam should not be shorter than the door‘s height.5

InstallationPre-Mounting the operatorThe motor head unit and the C-rail are shipped in two seperatepackages. The C-rail must be fixed to the motor head first. Pleaseprocede as described below and be careful not to twist the chain(it is recommended to slide the C-rail and not to lift it from thefloor).(1)1. Slide the C-rail part (no.1) completely into the motor heads‘coupling piece.2. Turn the operator aside and tighten the screws of the motorheads‘ coupling piece. Place the chain on the cog-wheel.(1)3. Turn the operator back into its‘ original position. Set the C-railpart (no. 2) in the C-rail coupling piece (no.3) at an angle , inserting it from above as shown.4. Press down the C-rail (no. 2) to tension the chain. Slide thecoupling-piece to the stop.5. Turn the operator aside and screw the milled nuts into the C-railcoupling piece.(1)(3)(2)The operator is now readily premounted for installation.Should the chain tension appear too low, it can be adjusted usingthe manual chain tensioning-facility (4).(1)(3)(2)(4)6

InstallationInstalling the operator(1)Meassure the distance between the ceiling and the highest pointreached by the garage door (1).The minimum-headroom necessary for mounting the operator is35 mm. If there is less headroom please pay attention to page 5.The front fixing angle can be mounted either at the lintel or at theceiling.(2)1. Meassure the middle of your garage door and make a mark onthe lintel and the top of your door (2 2a).2. Fix the front fixing angle in the middle either at the lintel or atthe ceiling. (We recommend the lintel if possible) (2 2a).3. Attach the C-rail to the front fixing angle (3). Put a carton pieceunder the motor head unit to avoid damages.(2a)4. To fix the motor head to the ceiling we recommend you to usea ladder (4). When the operator is laying on the ladder you canopen the garage-door. Adjust the C-rail according to the mark youmade in the middle of the garage-door.Fix the operator to the ceiling when you have made sure the C-railis running straight to the front.(3)5. Now fix the door arm to the garage door (5). Take care that theangle between the operator and the door arm does not exceed amax. of 45 (it may be lower).(3a)6. Before running the operator disengage the door‘s locking-bolts otherwise the operator cannot open the door. Thiscould result in damage to the operator and/or the garagedoor. The self-locking gear of the operator will ensure that thedoor cannot be opened manually. If you require additional security, ie using door bolts, please ask your dealer for our locking set,which is available as an optional extra.(4)(5)(6)7

InstallationThe Emergency ReleaseIn case of a power failure the garage door can be opened byhand. Therefore the operator first needs to be released.Pic. 1When the garage door is the only entranceIt is necessary to connect the emergency release to the door‘shandle (pic. 1) otherwise the garage cannot be accessed in apower failure situation.Procede as follows:1. Find out in which direction the door handle moves when opening the door.2. Drill a hole in that side of the door handle which turns downwards.3. Thread the cable through the hole and fix it with the enclosedmetal-clamps. Be carefull not to put a high tension on the emergency release cable - the operator then might release from thegarage-door during a normal opening cycle.4. Check the function of the emergency release together with asecond person. Stay inside the garage and close the door withthe operator. Let the second person open the door manually withthe door keys. If this works, the emergency-release is mountedproperly.Do not leave the garage and close the garage-door with theoperator before you have tested the emergency-release!When there is a second entrance to the garageYou can use the supplied handle for the emergency release (pic.2).Thread the emergency release cable through the handle.Fix the metal clamps to the cable where the handle shall beplaced.Shorten the cable below the metal clamps - the handle is now being held by the clamps.In case of a power failure the user can now open the garagedoor by releasing the operator with the handle for the emergencyrelease.8Pic. 2

Printed Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsDevices for Adjustments4321This page only shows the functions of the buttons and potentiometers on the P.C.B. To programme the operator please refer to page 10 onwards.TEST/RUN-Button (1)With this button you put the operator into operation. The buttonworks on the OPEN-STOP-CLOSE principle, e.g. the first pushopens the door, the second push stops the door and the thirdpush closes the door etc.The LED-lamp “TEST“ is switched on as long as you press theTEST-button and shows that the impulse was received an recognised by the electronics.LERN/LEARN-Button (2)This button has to functions:Potentiometer “PRESSURE OPEN/CLOSE“ (3)With these potentiometers you must adjust the maximum forcefor the force learning cycle (please refer to the chapter “Automatic Force Setting“) separately for OPENING and CLOSING direction.The operator will never override the adjusted forces, neither during the learning cycle nor in later use!The maximum forces are shown in %. Dependant on the operatormodel this means:max.force%ageOperator with100 kg max.1. Learning the forces2. Registering (learning) a hand-transmitter20%20 kg approx.50%50 kg approx.The LERN/LEARN-button must be pressed for approx. 3 sec.; thebutton can be released once the operator‘s light starts blinking.Whilst the operator‘s light is blinking you can either register a newhand-transmitter by pushing the hand transmitters button O Ryou may start the learning of forces by pressing the button onceagain.Details on both procedures can be obtained from the chapters“Automatic Force Setting“ and “Remote Control“.70%70 kg approx.100%100 kgPotentiometer “LIGHT“ (4)With this potentiometer the time for the internal lighting is adjusted in seconds. Values from 80 to 240 seconds are adjustable.9

Printed Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsLimit-Switch Adjustment and Force Measurement3Pictures:1: TEST/RUN-Button2: LERN/LEARN-Button3: Potentiometer forForce Adjustment21IMPORTANT INFORMATION PRIOR TO PROGRAMMING!The programming described on this and the following page will programme the operator with factorypre-set values for Soft-Modes and Closing Speed.Dependant on the type and the weight of the garage door it might be necessary to reducethe Closing Speed. On page 13 you will find a weight table and a description on how to programmethe Closing Speed.If the Soft-Modes require readjustment, please refer to page 12.To change the standard values it is allways necessary to run another complete learning cycle - the oldvalues will then be substituted by the new measurements and adjustments.Old values can allways be overwritten by starting and completing a new learning cycle.InformationTo use the operator the following steps must be carried out, to adjust thelimit-switches and to learn the required force. Without these adjustments the operator will only run for the factory set distance whenpressing the TEST-button.The limit-switch adjustment and the force-learning are both done in onecombined programming step. The operator needs to be set into programming-mode - the programming-mode is indicated by the blinking operator’s light. During the programming-mode the limit-switch setting is donefirst, followed by the force-setting.The procedure of adjustments:1.) Adjustment of the maximum force for learning-mode2.) Start of programming-mode3.) OPENING limit-switchb.) Adjustment CLOSING limit-switch4.) Start the learning-cycle for force and distance.Descriptions of each step will be found in the following text.1.) Adjusting the maximum force for the learning-cycleThe force adjusted via the potentiometers “FORCE OPEN“ and “FORCECLOSE“ determines the maximum forces for the learning cycle and in lateruse. The factory setting is 60% for both. On smaller, easy running doors aforce of 40% will be sufficient.102.) Starting the learning-modePress the LERN/LEARN button (2) on the main electronics for approx. 3 seconds. When the operator’s light begins blinking - release the LERN/LEARNbutton.The operator now runs in learning-mode. The learning-mode runswithout time-limit - there is no need to rush with the followingadjustments.3.) The Limit Switch AdjustmentIn CLOSING-position the garage door should not be forced hard onto thedoors‘ frame. If it is closed to firmly then the operator will reverse aftereach CLOSING and the garage door will remain open for approx. 5 cm.Basics: During the learning-mode the operator will follow the limit-switches automatically when these are moved.E.g.: The operator hits the CLOSING limit-switch but the garage-door stillis not completely closed. You can now slide the red limit-switch actuatoroff the CLOSING limit-switch - the operator will automatically start runningin CLOSING direction until it hits the CLOSING limit-switch again. You donot have to press the TEST/RUN button to activate the operator.The procedure works vice-versa in OPENING direction.Attention: the operator only follows the limit-switch in ONE direction - theCLOSING limit-switch is only followed in CLOSING direction, the OPENINGlimit-switch is only followed in OPENING direction.To run the operator in another direction you have to press the TEST/RUNbutton.

Printed Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsLimit-Switch Adjustment and Force MeasurementThe operator’s light will be blinking throughout the whole procedure ofsetting the limit switch.3.)a.) Adjusting the OPENING limit switch1.) Run the operator in OPENING direction using the TEST/RUN button (1)(the button follows the principle OPEN-STOP-CLOSE etc., e.g. first impulseOPEN, second impulse STOP, third impulse CLOSE etc.)2.) When the garage door is almost opened to maximum you have to stopthe operator using the TEST/RUN button. Then slide the OPENING limitswitch actuator so that it hits the limit-switch.3.) When the OPENING limit switch is hit before the garage door is openedto maximum then simply slide the red limit switch actuator further inOPENING direction - the operator will follow the movement.3.)a.) Adjusting the CLOSING limit-switch1.) Run the operator in CLOSING direction using the TEST/RUN button (1)(the button follows the principle OPEN-STOP-CLOSE etc., e.g. first impulseOPEN, second impulse STOP, third impulse CLOSE etc.)2.) When the garage door is closed you have to stop the operator usingthe TEST/RUN button. Then slide the OPENING limit switch actuator so thatit hits the limit switch.3.) When the CLOSING limit switch is hit before the garage door is closedthen simply slide the red limit switch actuator further in CLOSING direction- the operator will follow the movement.Quick Reference1.) Force AdjustmentAdjust the maximum force forOPENING and CLOSING directionfor the learning cycle2.) Start programmingmodePress the LERN/LEARN button forapprox. 3 seconds. The operator’slight begins blinking - release theLERN/LEARN buttonTEST/RUNLERN/LEARN3.) Limit Switch Adjustmenta.) Adjust OPENING limit switchb.) Adjust CLOSING limit switch(The operator can be runin OPENING and CLOSINGdirection using the TEST/RUNbutton)4.) Start learning cycleThe garage door is closed andthe operators hits the CLOSINGlimit switchPress the LERN/LEARN buttonshortlyThe operator does three runs(OPENING-CLOSING-OPENING)4.) Starting the Learning-CycleOnce the limit-switches are adjusted, press the LERN/LEARNbutton once again. The operator then starts the learning cycle:- moving towards the limit-switch OPEN- closing the door- opening the door- closing the doorThe learning-cycle will be made completely automatic - you only have tointervene, when the CLOSING Soft-Stop shall either be changed or disabled (please refer to the information box on page 10).Once the learning-cycle is completed, the operator stops blinking; thegarage is in closed position.After the learning-cycle the operator is completely programmed - pleaseproceede to the chapter „Remote-Control“.TEST/RUNLERN/LEARNThe learning cycle stops after the three runs. The garage dooris then opened and the operator’s light stops blinking. The programming is now complete.5.) You may now proceed with chapter “Remote Control“ onpage 1611

Printed Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsEnhanced AdjustmentsThe BOTTOM Soft-StopThe length of the BOTTOM Soft-Stop may be changed during thefirst run of the learning-cycle in closing direction:Bottom Soft-Stop- Extending the BOTTOM Soft-Stop is recommended, if thegarage door slams on closing.- Reducing or disabling the BOTTOM Soft-Stop is recommended, when the bottom of the garage door does not closecompletely. Expecially when mechanical spring-locks are installed,these might not engage. When the BOTTOM Soft-Stop isdisabled, the garage door reaches the closing position with ahigher speed. This gives the door a higher momentum and thebottom can fall into the doors‘ frame - the locks can then engage.Programming the BOTTOM Soft-ModeThe length of the soft-stop can be adjusted during the first automatic measurement-run in closing direction. Please proceed asdescribed below:1. Start the learning cycle (refer to page 11)2. the operator runs in closing direction with low speed3. press the LERN/LEARN button and keep it pressed - the operator is now increasing the speed4. release the LERN/LEARN button at the position where the softstop shall begin (the operator will store this position as thebeginning of the BOTTOM soft-stop)If the Soft-Stop is to be disabled, then the LEARN button must bepressed until the door is completely closed.5. the operator will reduce speed with a short delay and thenreach the closing position6. the operator will proceede with the remaining measurementrunsQuick Reference „Programming the BOTTOM Soft-Mode“1.) First learning cycle inCLOSING directionTEST/RUN2.) The operator is runningin CLOSING direction withincreased speedEnabling the Top Soft ModeBefore starting the learning cycle, DIP-switch no. 1 must be set toOFF. The switch must remain in OFF position during the completelearning cycle.Once it is finished (e.g. the operators light stops blinking), DIPswitch no. 1 must be set to ON position again, otherwise theoperator will not work on automatic force (please refer to page 17„DIP-switch settings“).Hint: although the Top Soft Mode is now disabled, the operatorwill not instantly start running with full speed when closing thedoor. To prevent excessive wear to the motor gear, the speed willbe increased continuosely from zero to maximum speed.Top Soft ModeQuick Reference „Enabling the Top Soft Mode“1.)TEST/RUN LERN/LEARNSet DIP-Switch No. 1 to OFF beforestarting the learning cycle6 5 4 3 2 12.)Start the learning cycleTEST/RUNLERN/LEARN(if necessary the closing soft stopcan now be ammended asmentioned in the previouschapter)3.)TEST/RUN LERN/LEARN6 5 4 3 2 112Release the LERN/LEARN buttonat the position where the softstop shall start in future.If the LEARN button is keptpressed until the door is completely shut, then the soft-stopwill be disabled.3.) The operator reaches the CLOSED position. It will proceedwith the learning-cycle (two more runs) before finishing the programming. The CLOSING Soft-Stop will then be set as to youradjustments.When the operators‘ light stops blinking, all measured valuesare saved in the memory - the BOTTOM soft-stop now is in theprogrammed position.Top Soft ModeUsing the standard programming will disable the Top Soft Mode.For up-and-over doors and sectional doors this standard settingwill not require any changes.On canopy doors the Top Soft Mode might need to be enabled,when the operator constantly reverses after starting to close thegarage door.LERN/LEARNKeep the LERN/LEARN buttonpressed during the first run inCLOSING direction and keep itpressed -the operator increasesspeedSet DIP-Switch No. 1 to ON afterthe learning cycle is completed(please refer to page 17 „DIP-SwitchSettings“)

Printed Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsEnhanced AdjustmentsSpeed Level87Reducing the Closing SpeedWhen using the standard programming procedure, then the closing speed is automatically set to maximum; for mostCE compliant garage doors no changes are necessary.876655443210 - 5556 - 7596 -11576 - 95Speed Level (No. of blinks ofthe LED „Diag“)1116 -170Closing Speed (cm/sec.)DoorWeightin kg6 cm/sec.26,5 cm/sec.37,5 cm/sec.49,5 cm/sec.510,5 cm/sec.611,5 cm/sec.712,5 cm/sec.814,5 cm/sec.Quick Reference „Ajusting the Closing Speed“1.) First press LEARN button,then in addition TEST-button,keep both pressed for 3 sec.TEST/RUNThe operators light begins blinkingwhen the buttons are pressed2.) Red LED „Diag“ begins toblink in intervallsRelease both buttons when the LED„Diag“ starts blinkingTEST/RUN LERN/LEARNFactory pre-set: 8 blinks followed bya short break ( max. speed)Vp3.) Reduction of speed bypressing the TEST buttonTEST/RUNLERN/LEARNEach press on the TEST buttonreduces the closing speed by onelevel (pressing the LERN button willincrease the speed).Wait for the break and count thenumber of blinks from there tocheck the entire adjustment.4.) First press LEARN button,then in addition TEST-buttonand release bothTEST/RUNLERN/LEARNWhen to reduce the Closing Speed?The table besides provides information on suggested closingspeeds for different door weights. For new, CE-compliant doorsyou should find the doors weight either labelled on the door or inthe instructions. Adjust the closing speed according to this information, as far as a change is required.When automating an older, non CE-compliant garage door, westrongly recommend to use speed level 4 or lower (please alsorefer to page 3).Programming the Closing SpeedThe programming of the closing speed must be made before running the learning cycle. If, however, the learning cycle was alreadycompleted, it must be run again after changing the closing speed.LERN/LEARNTEST DiagWhy reduce the Closing Speed?Reducing the closing speed will also reduce the forces and thetime for reversion which appear when the garage door hits anobstacle.The greater the weight of a garage door, the higher the mass thatneeds to be moved, stopped and reversed in case of detection ofan obstacle. Especially on heavy doors this momentum may resultin a short peak force, leading to higher forces on the leading edge. The lower the closing speed, the lower the momentum of forceand the peak forces.The operator is now in the ordinarylearning mode; the operators lightand the LED „Diag“ are now blinking simultaneousely.1.) The operator is switched off2.) Press the red LEARN-button and keep it pressed. Press theblack TEST-button in addition and keep both buttons pressed forapprox. 3 seconds.3.) The operators light starts blinking and the red LED „Diag“blinks in intervalls; the buttons can now be released.4.) The LED „Diag“ is blinking in intervalls (8 blinks followed by ashort break) - indicating the factory pre-set speed level 8.5.) Each press of the TEST-button will reduce the closing speed byone level, each press of the LEARN-button will increase the speed.After readjusting the speed, wait for the short break between theintervalls and count the number of blinks from there to check theentirely adjusted speed level.6.) Once you reached the wanted closing speed level, press theLEARN-button and in addition the TEST-button and keep bothpressed for approx. 1 second.7.) The closing speed is now adjusted and the operator is nowin the ordinary learning mode (the operators light and the LED„Diag“ are blinking constantly). If the limit-switches were adjustedalready, you can now start the learning cycle by shortly pressingthe red LEARN-button.Otherwise you can now adjust the limit-switches (please refer topages 10 and 11) and then start the learning cycle.5.) Adjust the limit-switches and start the learning-cycle.If changes to the soft modes are necessary, then please refer to page12.If the limit-switches had been adjusted previousely, the learning-cyclecan be started instantly by shortly pressing the LERN button.13

Printed Circuit Board: Adjustments and ConnectionsThe most important connectorsComponentConnectorFunctionPush Button andKey SwitchA BFloating connector for push button and key switch:no electricity to come into contactwith these connectors!When using an external receiver the impulse wires are connected to this terminal.24V DC SupplyG H24V DC power supply for external components (external receiver, photo-cell), a maximum of 200 mAmp. is allowed.230V AC SupplyM N230V AC power supply for external components. Shortcuts created by external components on this connector will influence the house fuse directly.Receiver-ModuleHF-Modul /Receiver-CardPlug for Seip remote-receiver cards.Advanced ConnectorsComponentPhoto-Cell without selftest:C D(with 8,2 kOhmresistor)Wiring:JI HG 24 V24 VDCTransmitterReceiverN.C.8,2 kWPhoto-Cell with selftestC D(Photo-Cell receiver)I J(Photo-Cell transmitter)The main electronics provides the possibility of testing the photo-cell before every movement - within milliseconds a malfunction of the photo-cell is simulated. To enable the main-electronics for this testing the impulse cables of the photo-cells‘ transmitter must be connected to I J and the impulse cables of the photo-cell’s receiver must be connected to C D.ATTENTION! If you want to use this selftest option, you must connect the photo-cell before the limit switch settingand force adjustment, otherwise there will be no selftest in later use.JI HG DC148,2 kW24 VTransmitter24 VN.C.Receiver

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Minimum space above the garage door C-Rail Extension Bow Arm Conversion Door Arm Extension Before installing the operator you should check the garage for the conditions of installation. You will need optional extras in either of the following situations: If the garage door