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D F G CZ E GR H HR I NL P PL RUS nleitungen Instructions Instructions Návody utomatische Torantriebe Modelle LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 Serie Les ouvre-portails automatiques LYN300, LYN400, séries SCS300 utomatic

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D F G CZ E GR H HR I NL P PL RUS nleitungen Instructions Instructions Návody utomatische Torantriebe Modelle LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 Serie Les ouvre-portails automatiques LYN300, LYN400, séries SCS300 utomatic Gate Opener Modells LYN300 Series, LYN400 Series, SCS300 Series utomatické pohony bran modely LYN300, LYN400, série SCS300 Instrucciones utomatismos de puerta automáticos, modelos LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 de las series O ËÁ Â Útmutatók Upute Istruzioni Instrukties Instruções Instrukcje Инструкция ÙfiÌ ÙÔÈ ÌË ÓÈÛÌÔ ÁÎ Ú fiappleôúù, ÌÔÓÙ Ï LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 Series SCS300-as sorozatba tartozó LYN300-as és LYN400-as automatikus garázsajtó utomatski pogoni vrata, modeli LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 serije utomazioni per cancelli modelli LYN300, LYN400, serie SCS300 utomatische hekaandrijvingen LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 Series utomatismos para portões de garagem das séries LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 utomatyczne nap dy bram modeli serii LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 Автоматические приводы ворот серии моделей LYN300, LYN400, SCS300 INT Int. Service (+49) 6838/ D G für Service 06838/ for service (+44) F NL pour service voor service Chamberlain GmbH lfred-nobel-str Saarwellingen 6,0 m 5,0 m LYN300 LYN400 4,0 m 3,0 m Wing Size 2,0 m 1,0 m 0m 250 kg 180 kg 160 kg 140 kg Wing Weight 4.0 m 3.5 m SCS m 2.5 m 2.0 m 1.5 m Wing Size 1.0 m 0.5 m 0m 250 kg 180 kg 160 kg Wing Weight PLESE STRT Y REDING THESE IMPORTNT SFETY RULES SVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS This safety alert symbol means Caution - failure to comply with such an instruction involves risk of personal injury or damage to property. Please read these warnings carefully. This gate drive mechanism is designed and tested to offer appropriately safe service provided it is installed and operated in strict accordance with the following safety rules. Incorrect installation and/or failure to comply with the following instructions may result in serious personal injury or property damage. When using tools and small parts to install or carry out repair work on a gate exercise caution and do not wear rings, watches or loose clothing. Installation and wiring must be in compliance with your local building and electrical installation codes. Power cables must only be connected to a properly earthed supply. It is important to make sure that the gate always runs smoothly. Gates which stick or jam must be repaired immediately. Employ a qualified technician to repair the gate, never attempt to repair it yourself. Keep additional accessories away from children. Do not allow children to play with pushbuttons or remote controls. gate can cause serious injuries as it closes. 1-G ny entrapment possibility by the moving wing between wing & walls must be secured with safety edges or IRsensors. Please remove any locks fitted to the gate in order to prevent damage to the gate. fter the installation a final test of the full function of the system and the full function of the safety devices must be done. This drive cannot be used with a gate incorporating a wicket door unless the drive cannot be operated with the wicket door open. Disconnect electric power to the system before making repairs or removing covers. disconnecting device must be provided in the permanently-wired installation to guarantee all-pole disconnection by means of a switch (at least 3mm contact gap) or by a separate fuse. Make sure that people who install, maintain or operate the gate drive follow these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place so that you can refer to them quickly when you need to. The full protection against potential squeeze or entrappment must work direct when the drive arms are installed. Contents: General advice on installation and use: Contents list: page 1 Content of the carton: figure 1 efore you begin: page 2 Checklist: page 2 Gate types/installation height: page 2, figure 2 -F Gate configuration: page 2, figure 3 -F Gate stops: page 2, figure 3 -F ssembly measurements and opening angle: pages 2-3, figures 4 - Post bracket/gate fixing bracket: pages 2-3, figures 5 -D Release of drive arms: page 3, figure 6 Installing the drive arms: page 3, figure 7 - Wiring: page 3, figure 8 Maintenance work: page 3 Initial Operation: page 3 Technical Data: page 3 Replacement Parts: figure 9 CONTENT OF THE CRTON 1 (1) Motor LYN & SCS (1/2) (2) Postbracket LYN & SCS (3) Keys per motor (2) (4) Gate fixing bracket LYN & SCS (1) (5) Capacitor 230V (1) (6) Manual (1) (7) LYN Clevis pin (2) and rings (4) (8) SCS Clevis pin (2) and rings (2) (9) SCS Nut (1) and Washer (1) G EFORE YOU EGIN The drive mechanism needs room to the side permitting correct installation of drive arms. Please make sure that this is available. Gates affected by high wind loads must also be protected by an (electric) lock. There are many factors to consider when choosing the right drive mechanism. ssuming that a gate functions properly, startup is the most difficult phase, once the gate is in motion, significantly less force is usually required to move it. Gate size: Gate size is a very important factor. Wind can brake or distort the gate, thereby increasing the amount of force needed to move it considerably. Gate weight: The weight of the gate in not as relevant as the size. Effect of temperature: Low outdoor temperatures can make initial startup more difficult (changes in the ground, etc.) or even prevent it. High outdoor temperatures along with frequent use can trigger thermal protection prematurely (approx. 135 ºC). (Only in the case of 230 volt drives). etriebsfrequenz/einschaltdauer: 230 volt drive mechanisms are designed for a maximum operating time (running time) of approximately 30% (e.g. 30% during any one hour). 24 volt drives can run permanently. IMPORTNT: 230 volt drive mechanism is not designed to operate continuously at its maximum operating time (non-stop operation). Otherwise the drive mechanism becomes too hot and switches off until it cools down to the switch-on temperature. The outdoor temperature and the gate are important parameters that affect the actual operating time. INSTLLTION CHECKLIST - PREPRTIONS GTE CONFIGURTION 3 How far must the gate leaf open? 90 degrees or up to 115 degrees. n opening angle in excess of 115 degrees is possible to a limited extent but is not recommended. Reason: the drive mechanism always runs at the same speed. The further the gate has to be opened, the faster the gate leaf must travel. Movement becomes more erratic and this subjects the fittings and gate to extreme stresses. For gates without limit switches: Non-identical opening angles cause one drive mechanism to reach its destination first, but continues to run, thereby forcing the gate up against the gate stop until the other motor eventually reaches its end position (see figure 3-F). Tip for professionals: The time taken to reach the limit stop can be controlled by deliberately selecting different and dimensions (left + right). However, this method of installing subjects the fittings to high stresses and can cause the gate to run erratically. It is recommended that only experienced gate installers adopt this method. IMPORTNT If the gate opens towards a wall, there is a risk of entrapment. Should the distance between the wall and the open gate be less than 200 mm, this area must later be secured via a light barrier or contact strip. GTE STOPS 4 SWING GTE NEEDS FIXED GTE STOP IN OTH THE OPEN ND CLOSE DIRECTIONS. Gate stops save wear and tear on the drive mechanism, gate and fittings. Operating a gate without fixed limit stops results in poor performance. It is often dangerous, leads to premature wear and voids your warranty! 2-G Check the carton contents and read the instructions carefully. Make sure your gate equipment operates perfectly. The gate must run evenly and smoothly and must not stick at any point. Remember that the ground level may be several centimeters higher in winter. The gate must be stable and as free of backlash as possible in order to prevent any unwanted to and fro movement. The more smoothly the gate leaf runs, the more sensitive the force adjustment must be. Note down any materials you still need and obtain them before starting to install. Heavy-duty plugs, bolts, gate stops, cables, distribution boxes, tools, etc. GTE TYPES 2 The gate type determines the location where the drive mechanism is installed. If the gate stop is on the ground, the drive mechanism must also be installed at a height that is as low as possible so that it cannot twist the gate. Use only parts of the gate frame for fixing purposes. TYPE,, C For steel gates, the gate fitting must be attached to the main frame. If you are uncertain whether the available support is sufficiently stable, reinforce it. TYPE D, E, F In the case of wooden gates, the gate fitting must be through bolted. It is advisable to fit a plate from the outside so that the fixing brackets cannot become loose over time. Thin wooden gates must also be reinforced in order to withstand the stresses encountered (e.g. type F). POST FIXING RCKET 5 Choosing the correct location for the post fixing bracket has a decisive impact on the subsequent functioning of the system. It determines the distance between the motor's centre of motion and the gate's centre of motion and hence the opening angle. These dimensions are referred to as dimension and dimension. Do not underestimate the effect that these dimensions have on correct functioning and running. Try and achieve the best dimension for your opening angle, as precisely as possible and suitable for all circumstances. See Table (figure 3F) for dimensions /. If the post is not wide enough, an extension piece must be fitted to it (figure 5). If the post is too thick, cut out part of it to make it thinner (figure 5D)or offset the gate (figure 5C). To obtain ideal dimensions, it may be necessary to shorten or lengthen the supplied hinge plate. In the case of gates that are to be custom made, if the gate hinges are fitted on the posts appropriately, it is possible to influence dimensions and. efore the final mounting dimensions are determined, you should always check whether or not there is any possibility that the corner of the drive mechanism will hit the post as the gate swings. INSTLLTION: The drive mechanism exerts considerable force against the post. Usually, acceptable mounting dimensions are obtained if the supplied hinge plate is welded directly onto the post. In the case of thick stone or concrete posts, the hinge must be welded to a base plate and attached so that the plugs cannot work loose during operation. Heavy-duty plugs where a threaded rod is bonded into the masonry stress-free are more suitable for this purpose than steel or plastic straddling plugs. In the case of brickwork pillars, bolt on a relatively large steel plate that covers several bricks and then weld the hinge plate to it. n angle plate attached over the corner of the post is also a good means of fixing the operators. CCESSORY TIP 1: For round posts an accessory fitting can be mounted that simplifies the setting of the / dimension (model ). CCESSORY TIP 2: For gates swinging outwards a special fitting can be ordered G GTE FITTING 5 The gate fitting must be installed so that it is horizontal relative to the post bracket. The distance between the gate bracket and post bracket is referred to as the arm span . When the gate is closed, the drive mechanism is 99% extended. When the gate is opened, the drive mechanism is 1% extended. Fully retracting or extending the plunger/spindle in operation (with gate) damages the drive mechanism and voids the warranty. It is absolutely imperative to comply with the required arm span under all circumstances! For steel gates, fixings should be welded on or through bolted. When through bolting the gate, use large washers or a plate on the other side. The drive mechanism exerts an extremely high force on this joint. Fixings must be through bolted for wooden gates. Wood deflects under load and the bolt will become loose. Due to movement caused by repeated loading, the wood deflects more and more until the gate no longer closes correctly and has to be repaired. Fit a reinforcing plate from the outside and one on the inside so that the wood cannot deflect and the joint cannot become loose. Thin wooden gates without a metal frame must also be reinforced in order to withstand continuous stresses (e.g. type F). RELESE 6 The drive mechanism can be released. The gate can then be opened and operated manually (power failure). With a new drive mechanism, the release action may sometimes feel stiff/jerky. This is normal and has no effect on function. Release: Insert the key in the cylinder lock and turn it 180 degrees. Then turn the release lever 180 degrees done! Engage: Turn the lever glockwise. s soon as the gate moves or the drive runs, the gear locks again. Use the lock to protect the lever against unauthorized release. INSTLLING THE DRIVE RMS 7 Release the drive. Push the released drive onto the fittings and secure it by using the supplied bolts, nuts and rings. If the centre or inner hole, on the hinge plate, is used to fix the post fixing bracket you MUST cut away the remaining section of the hinge plate before activating the arms. Failure to do so will result in breaking the fixing bracket. Do not use a hammer when you mount the operator on the bracket. WIRING VOLT: The 4-pole connecting cable is approx. 80 cm long and is laid in a curve to the controller or a watertight distribution box located above ground. n approved cable is permanently installed from the distribution box onwards. The capacitor can be connected inside the distribution box or in the controller. Connection: Connect the capacitor across terminals OP and CL. OP and COM produce rotation direction. CL and COM produce reversed direction of rotation. lways remember to earth the installation (figure 7). 24 VOLT: The connecting cable has 6 wires, is approx. 80 cm long and is run in a curve to the control unit or to a watertight distribution box located above ground. permanent connection is formed from the distributor box via an appropriate cable. Connection: See control unit instructions. Cable colours: rown/green/white/yellow=sensors lue/red: 24 volt motor. CCESSORY TIP: Extension cable L400-J40 Contains: (1) 12m cable with terminals (1) Distribution box IP65 (2) Strain relief PG 13,5 (1) Mounting material INITIL OPERTION Check functionality in a disengaged state with the hand on the gate. Initial electrical operation is only possible with a suitable control unit that can be purchased as an accessory. Ensure at all times that mechanical and electrical safety instructions applying to the given installation are complied with. Should the force of the moving wing at its closing edge be higher than 400N, then additional safety facilities (light barrier, contact strip) must be used. ny safety facilities must comply with the requirements set out in EN MINTENNCE WORK The drive mechanism is maintenance free. Check that the gate fittings and the drive mechanism are securely fixed at regular intervals (monthly). Release the drive and check that the gate functions properly. Unless the gate runs smoothly it will not operate correctly with the drive mechanism. The drive cannot eliminate the problems caused by a gate that does not work satisfactorily. 24Volt drives: also see owners manual of Electronic Control. TECHNICL DT 230Volt Mains supply (Motor) Motorspannung Current consumption Power consumption Capacitor Max. gate width Max. gate weight Protection Class Connecting cable Rated Thrust Travel Speed Rated operating time Temperature 24Volt Mains supply (Motor) Motorspannung Current consumption Power consumption Max. gate width Max. gate weight Protection Class Force (nominal) Travel Speed Opening time 90 sec. Temperature Volt / 50Hz Volt W 6.3μF 2.5m LYN m LYN m SCS kg I - IP 44 H07RN-F / 80cm 250N 20mm/s LYN300, SCS300 12mm/s LYN400 4 Minuten -20 o C up to + 55 o C Volt / 50Hz 24Volt 2 48W 2.5m LYN m LYN m SCS kg I - IP N variabel approx. 12 LYN300 approx. 14 LYN400 approx. 10 SCS o C up to + 55 o C Declaration of Conformity utomatic Gate Opener Models LYN300 Series, LYN400 Series, SCS300 Series are in conformity to the applicable sections of StandardsEN EN55014 EN EN60555, EN ETS EN : 2002 EN : 2003 EN : EN : 2001 EN : 2000 EN : EN , V1.3.1 EN V1.1.1 EN per the provisions & all amendments of the EU Directives...73/23/EEC, 89/336EEC, 1999/5/EG Declaration of Incorporation utomatic Gate Opener Models, when installed and maintained according to all the Manufacturer s instructions in combination with a Gate, which has also been installed and maintained according to all the Manufacturer s instructions, meets the provisions of EU Directive 89/392/EEC and all amendments. I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above and any accessory listed in the manual conforms to the above Directives and Standards..P.Kelkhoff Manager, Regulatory ffairs Chamberlain GmbH D Saarwellingen May, G G Chamberlain GmbH, 2005 Gedruckt in der EU 1 Series 200 LYN SCS LYN 230 Volt LYN SCS SCS 2 C D E F C D E F LYN300=830mm LYN400=930mm 4 SCS o 110 o 108 o 106 o o 95 o 93 o o 101 o 93 o 87 o o 92 o 22 =15cm =15cm =aprox 90o LYN300 LYN o 110 o 108 o 106 o o 95 o 93 o o 101 o 93 o 87 o 18 SCS300=460mm LYN300=1130mm LYN400=1330mm 87 o o 92 o 22 =15cm =19cm =15cm =aprox 90o o 111 o 109 o 106 o 93 o o 118 o 115 o 103 o 95 o o 113 o 96 o 90 o o 102 o 97 o 90 o o 93 o 87 o /118 o o 94 o 90 o o 90 o =19cm =aprox 90o SCS300=760 mm 5 C 14 cm 14 cm D min 6x50 6 Opener MUST be level 7 LYN Series 7 7 SCS Series LYN Series SCS Series SCS Series 8 1 rown 2 Green 3 White 4 Yellow 5 lue 6 Red C24 24Volt 1 L 2 N 3 L 4 C11 C1 GOC1 230Volt 9 041SWG SWG-0087 (SCS Series) 041SWG-0118 (SCS Series) 041SWG-0088 (LYN Series) 041SWG-0118 (LYN Series) 041SWG-0442S 041SWG-0425 (24V LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0437S (24V LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0438S (24V LYN400 Series) 041SWG-0437S (24V SCS300 Series) 041SWG-0418 (24V LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0435S (230V LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0436S (230V LYN400 Series) 041SWG-0435S (230V SCS300 Series) 041SWG-0014S 041SWG-0433S (120V LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0434S (120V LYN400 Series) 041SWG-0433S (120V SCS300 Series) 041SWG-0439S (LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0440S (LYN400 Series) 041SWG-0439S (SCS300 Series) 041SWG-0454 (24V LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0400S 041COM SWG-0406S Series SWG-0402 (LYN Series) 041SWG-0098 (LYN Series) 041SWG-0401-P1 (24V LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0401-P2 (24V SCS Series) 041SWG-0401-P3 (24V SCS300 Series) 041SWG-457S (SCS Series) 041SWG SWG-0403S 041SWG-0453S (24V LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0445S (120V + 230V LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0420 (24V LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0444S (24V LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0447S (24V LYN400 Series) 041SWG-0455S (120V + 230V LYN300 Series) 041SWG-0456S (120V + 230V LYN400 Series) 041SWG-0092 (LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0090 (LYN & SCS Series) 041SWG-0091 (SCS Series) 041SWG-0416S (SCS Series) Chamberlain GmbH, 2005
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