Audi AUD-S user manual

User manual for the device Audi AUD-S

Device: Audi AUD-S
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Date of adding : 2013-11-10 17:11:49
Number of pages: 24
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INSTALLATION AND
OWNER’S MANUAL
AUD-S
AU SERIES WITH SOLID STATE CONTROL CIRCUITRY
DRAWBAR COMMERCIAL VEHICULAR DOOR
OPERATORS
107093
READ THIS MANUAL
Serial #:
CAREFULLY BEFORE
Date Installed:
INSTALLATION OR USE
Your Dealer:
As of date of manufacture,
meets all ANSI/UL 325
Safety Requirements for

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS !
Vehicular door operators

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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Description ...........................................................................................................Page Model AUD-S Drawbar Operator Features................................................................ 3 Model AUD-S Applications ........................................................................................ 3 Preparation................................................................................................................. 4 F

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3 PRODUCT FEATURES The purpose of this booklet is to provide assembly, MODEL AUD-S OPERATOR APPLICATIONS: installation and operation information concerning the Model AUD-S Commercial Vehicular Garage Door Drawbar operators are for commercial and industrial Operators and related Accessory Products. use on sectional overhead doors which use horizontal track with normal radius. A draw bar operator is not NOTICE suitable for doors with high lift exceeding 24 inches or IT IS IMPORTAN

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4 PREPARATION The rails and drawbar chain/hardware package are shipped separately from the powerhead. Warning: Rope off the area WARNING to keep personnel and vehicles clear of the door and floor space in the vicinity of the operator during the ELECTRIC DOOR OPENERS ARE DESIGNED installation. FOR DOORS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION, PROPERLY COUNTERBALANCED AND PROPERLY ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH WARNING THE DOOR MANUFACTURER'S INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. SPRINGS ARE SUBJECT TO VERY

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IMPORTANT INSTALLATION WARNINGS 5 TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH: READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS! • Install only on a properly balanced garage STRONGLY ADVISED FOR ALL commercial door. An improperly balanced door could cause operator installations. An auxiliary entrapment severe injury. Have a qualified service person protection device is REQUIRED when the three make repairs to cables, spring assemblies and button control station is out of sigh

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6 RAIL/CHAIN ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS RAIL/CHAIN ASSEMBLY Refer to Figure 1 parts illustrations. The part names and item numbers are referenced identically to the part names and numbers in the assembly procedures that follow. Before starting assembly of the operator track check for the proper length. The tracks are supplied for 8 Foot, 10/12/14 Foot, 16/18 Foot and 20/22 Foot high doors. The tracks should be three (3) feet longer than the door height. If the tracks 107068 supplied w

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7 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION CAUTION TO AVOID DAMAGE TO DOOR AND OPERATOR A MINIMUM OF TWO PERSONS ARE ENSURE ALL DOOR LOCKS ARE DISABLED. REQUIRED FOR OPERATOR USE AN INTERLOCK SWITCH IF A LOCK IS INSTALLATION. REQUIRED TO RETAIN FUNCTIONALITY. ENSURE A SAFE RIGID WORKING PLATFORM IS AVAILABLE. 1) Locate the center of the door and mark a line on the wall 3) Using the projected lines for location, mount a suitable directly above the door. Extend this line approximately

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8 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 4) Mount the front mounting bracket (Item 9) to the mounting 6) Swing the operator to a horizontal position above the door pad as shown in Figure 8. The location of the door’s torsion guide rails (high enough to raise the door) and temporarily shaft may prevent you from placing the mounting pad in the secure by suspending from the ceiling with a suitable rope or location shown. Mount the pad as close as possible to three (3) chain or support from the floor t

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9 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 8) Figure 12 details a typical method of hanging the operator 107142 from the ceiling. Each installation will vary due to the difference in building structures; but in all installations side braces should be used to further strengthen the installation. If the operator track (rail) is longer than 15 feet a mid support is recommended. 107141 Figure 12 Figure 13 9) Fully close the door and move the trolley to within 2 107143 inches of the idler sprocket.

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10 ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTRUCTIONS WARNING WARNING RISK OF ENTRAPMENT THAT MAY TO PREVENT THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH : OR DEATH. DISCONNECT POWER TO • DISCONNECT POWER AT THE FUSE BOX THE OPENER BEFORE AND DURING BEFORE PROCEEDING. INSTALLATION OF AN ACCESSORY • ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE MADE BY A QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL. REVERSING DOOR EDGE OR • OBSERVE LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES WHEN PHOTOELECTRIC DEVICE. DO NOT WIRIN

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11 PNEUMATIC DOOR EDGE INSTALLATION - FIELD WIRING Figure 15 OPEN CLOSE STOP TB1 MOTOR CONTROL BOARD Figure 16 Door Edge and Photoelectric Wiring See text on page 10 for operation when Safe-Finish™ or Access Alliance Safe-Finish II™ photo-beams are connected. Note: When adding a SAFE FINISH PHOTOBEAM photocell device with a Normally Closed output remove the factory installed jumper from the connection terminals. 3-WIRE PHOTOBEAM COM 24 VAC ILOCK SINGLE COM PHOTO NC REV NO REV

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12 3/SINGLE BUTTON STATION / INTERLOCK FIELD WIRING D3 R5 R57 R25 R65 RADIO MOTOR C24 C10 R84 R2 24V D2 D8 R3 COM U5 MOTOR C25 CONTROL RM3 RM2 PB1 PB2 PB3 CONTROL RM1 BOAR D1D 2 VCC P7 R38 BOARD R54 OPEN CLOSE STOP R87 R55 R94 R56 R95 R2 R3 C25 PB1 PB2 PB3 D12 OPEN CLOSE STOP Single 3 Button Station Figure 17 Multiple 3 Button Station Figure 18 R93 D1 U5 R4 R8 C21 R24 Figure 19 MOTOR CONTROL TB1 BOARD Single Button and External Interlock Wiring Note: When adding an External Int

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13 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR OWNER TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR WARNING DEATH: READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS! • Understand all of the operating features of your door control system at the time of its installation. Your installing dealer will demonstrate them for you. • NEVER let children operate or play with door controls. Keep the Remote Control away from children. • ALWAYS keep a moving door in sight and keep people and o

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14 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS SETTING THE SWITCH SELECTABLE OPERATING MODES Changing the Switch Selectable Operation Modes Settable P4 The following modes are selected by setting the on-board dip Switches switches, Figure 20 at right shows where the switches are Location K5 K3 K4 K2 located on the operator control board. For each Operational HIGH VOLTAGE K6 Mode, the switches are set to either ON or OFF according to the P1 TR3 POWER STATUS MO4 SW1 MO3 S4 table at right bel

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15 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS TS Operation T Operation, Dip-Switch Setting Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing Open Button: Momentary activation; open override of closing door. door. Close Button: Momentary activation. Close Button: Momentary activation. Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse Stop Button: Momentary activation; stops open, close or reverse action. action. Single Button: Momentary activation to open; open overrid

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16 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS Mid-Stop Limit Setup After moving the door to the close position and temporarily This features provides a timing function to stop a door as it is setting the switches to the appropriate settings in the table, traveling open at a Mid Stop position instead of the full open pressing STOP will clear and turn off the auto close timer. position. The door can then be moved to the full open position Every time OPEN is pressed, 5 seconds is added to the tim

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17 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS remember to use the STOP button to stop the door at the Fully Open Position. WARNING 4) Depress the limit nut retaining plate (D) so it disengages TO AVOID RISK OF ENTRAPMENT AND from the slots in the limit nuts. Turn the OPEN limit nut (E) on POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO THE DOOR AND the shaft until it engages the Open Limit Switch (A). You will OPERATOR THE CLUTCH MUST BE need to listen for an audible click. Release the retaining bracket and be sure

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18 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT The fiber disk will wear during normal operation and should be replaced when it becomes difficult or impossible to sufficiently WARNING tighten the clutch to obtain smooth operation of the door when it is in good working condition. To replace the fiber disk, first RISK OF ENTRAPMENT THAT MAY loosen the motor mounting bolts and remove the V-belt then the RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL clutch adjusting nuts, spring and clutch pul

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19 OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS TESTING Following installation, the operator MUST be tested and respond correctly to all controls as specified on the wiring CAUTION diagram. Keep personnel and equipment clear of the area beneath the door when performing the tests. When testing the DO NOT STAND UNDER DOOR 3-button wall station, first observe that each button operates the door in the direction indicated and that the STOP button TO TEST REVERSING EDGE performs that function.

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20 WIRING DIAGRAM/SCHEMATIC - SINGLE PHASE CLOSE LIMIT WHITE GREY RED COM GREY NO ORANGE COM ORANGE BLUE NO YELLOW OPEN LIMIT WHITE OVERLOAD P4 DEVICE BLACK L1 WHITE N K5 K3 K4 HIGH VOLTAGE K6 OPERATING MODES GROUND SW1 P1 TR3 SWITCH SETTINGS POWE MO4 S4 MO3 MODE S1 S2 S3 S4 MO2 S3 P2 P3 MO1 R49 R10 R89 C2 OFF OFF OFF OFF ILK TR1 R62 R22 S2 24V C16 R47 OFF B2 ON OFF OFF OFF COM S1 R51 C6 R46 R19 R20 R82 R45 D1 OFF ON OFF OFF R48 C13 TR2 R17 R18 D3 R57


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