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CHAPTER 4 OPERATORS

Contents
CHAPTER 4 OPERATORS
1
HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OPERATORS ......................................................................... 3
2
Old operators .................................................................................................................... 4
2.1
Overview of delivered Cardo operators ............................................................................. 4
2.1.1 Ovitor operators (Delivered from: Start - 1974) ................................................................ 4
2.1.2 Operator CDM-1 (Delivered from: 1974 - 1980) ............................................................... 4
2.1.3 Operator CDM-2 (Delivered from 1978 - 1980) ............................................................... 4
2.1.4 Operator CDM-5 (Control system in the mechanical unit, 1982 - 1994) ........................... 6
2.1.5 Operator CDM-5 (HD) (control system in the mechanical unit, 1982 - 1994) .................... 7
2.2
Circuit Diagram CDM 5 K 2605 ......................................................................................... 8
2.2.1 CDM-5 Dead man's grip.................................................................................................... 9
2.3
Control unit CDM-5.......................................................................................................... 10
2.4
Mechanical Unit CDM5 (Separate control system, 1984 - present) ................................ 10
2.4.1 Mechanical Unit CDM 5 adjustment of sliding clutch and limit switches........................ 11
3
mECHANICAL UNIT CDM-6 ....................................................................................... 14
3.1
Mechanical Unit CDM6 (HD)(Separate control system, 1984 - present) ........................ 14
3.2
Installation of fixing bars CDM 6 (HD) ............................................................................. 15
3.2.1 CDM6 (HD) adjustment of limit switches and sliding clutch............................................. 16
4
Control system CDM-5/CDM-6 (metal boxes) ................................................................ 17
4.1
CDM 5/6 - Control unit CDM6-07 K2-12253.................................................................... 18
4.2
CDM 6 -07 Connection diagram -113-K2-12247 ............................................................. 19
4.3
CDM6 Main diagram - 111 K2 - 5640.............................................................................. 20
5
Automatic system ECS 600 ............................................................................................ 21
5.1
Additional system ECS 600 (Added to control system CDM5/6 or to CDM5 with control
system in mech.unit, 1984-1988)............................................................................................... 21
5.1.1 Functional description ECS 600 ...................................................................................... 22
5.1.2 Interface unit (Obsolete).................................................................................................. 22
5.1.3 Power unit (Obsolete)...................................................................................................... 22
5.2
Automatic door operating system ECS 600..................................................................... 23
5.3
CDM5 - ECS 600 - wiring diagram .................................................................................. 24
5.4
CDM6 - ECS 600 - Wiring diagram ................................................................................. 25
5.5
Photocell ECS 600 .......................................................................................................... 26
6
Control system ECS 601................................................................................................. 27
6.1
Control system ECS 601 (for CDM5 and CDM6, 1988-1993) ......................................... 27
6.2
Functional description ECS 601/602 .............................................................................. 28
6.2.1 Contactor unit.................................................................................................................. 28
6.2.2 Impulse unit..................................................................................................................... 28
6.2.3 Safety supervision unit (Pinch guard monitoring) ............................................................ 28
7
Thermospeed (1988 - 1998) ........................................................................................... 50
7.1
Thermospeed (1988 - 1998)............................................................................................ 50
7.2
Automatic ECS 601 ......................................................................................................... 51
7.3
ECS 601 Thermospeed 111-K3 - 31207 ........................................................................ 54
7.4
Photocell kits K 35724..................................................................................................... 55
8
Control system ECS 602................................................................................................. 56

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8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.2
8.3
9
10
10.1
10.2
11
11.1
11.2
12
12.1
13
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
13.8
13.9
13.10
13.11
14
14.1
15
16
17
18

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Functional description ECS 601/602 ............................................................................... 57
Contactor unit:................................................................................................................. 57
Impulse unit:.................................................................................................................... 57
Safety supervision unit: (Pinch guard monitoring) ........................................................... 57
Automatic ECS 602 System design................................................................................. 58
Automatic ECS 602 Control components ........................................................................ 59
Control system ECS 410/420/430 ................................................................................... 60
Control Unit ECS 430S - CDM 6/5 ................................................................................. 61
ECS 430S 2H-CDM6 2H - 400V...................................................................................... 62
B1 System - ECS 430 S .................................................................................................. 63
Connecting diagram ECS 430 P - CDM6/5 .................................................................... 64
Automatic functions ECS 430 P ...................................................................................... 65
Control system C-kit matrix description ........................................................................... 66
Diagram CDM 9 ............................................................................................................. 67
Control system D-kit matrix description ........................................................................... 69
RADIO EQUIPMENT ...................................................................................................... 70
Radio equipment 40 MHz................................................................................................ 72
Radio equipment 433 MHz.............................................................................................. 73
Radio equipment 433 MHz PLUS.................................................................................... 74
Programming the transmitters ......................................................................................... 78
Supplementing old 433 MHz installations 1..................................................................... 80
Supplementing old 433 MHz installations 2..................................................................... 81
Supplementing old 433 MHz installations 3..................................................................... 82
Coding tables .................................................................................................................. 83
Radio equipment 869 MHz.............................................................................................. 85
Transmitters in the 869MHz program .............................................................................. 86
Receivers in the 869MHz program ................................................................................. 87
Magnetic loop system ..................................................................................................... 90
Magnetic loop - connection diagram............................................................................... 91
Reduced opening - ECS 430 P - CDM 5 ....................................................................... 92
Reduced opening ECS 430P - CDM6 ............................................................................ 93
Reduced opening - ECS 930A / 940A* - CDM 9............................................................ 94
Dipswitch settings - ECS 930A/ 940A - CDM 9 ............................................................. 95

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CDM9 / FD

CDM10HSD

CDM20

?

CDM8

CDM6

?

CDM7

CDM5 (Green)

CDM4

CDM3 (Brown)

CDM2 (Blue)

CDM1 (beige)

Ovitor

1 HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OPERATORS

?

?

1955

1960

1965

1970

1975

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

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2

OLD OPERATORS

2.1
Overview of delivered Cardo
operators
2.1.1
o
o

Ovitor operators (Delivered from: Start -
1974)
No spare parts available anymore
Only small adjustment/repair actions possible.

Note! Only if complete operator is in good condition!
o
Possible adjustments :
Limit switches
o
Possible repairs :
Motorprotection switch, Main relays
o

If other repairing is needed :
REPLACE COMPLETE OPERATOR

2.1.2 Operator CDM-1 (Delivered from: 1974 -
1980)
o Most electrical parts for control system not
available
anymore.
o Some repair/adjustment actions are still possible.
Note ! Only if complete operator is in good condition
o Possible adjustment s : Limit switches / Sliding
clutch
o Possible repairs:
Electro-motor,
Sliding
clutch,
Brake,
RPM-transmitter,
Disengagement, Limit
switches.
Motor-protector switch,
Main relays.
o

If other repairing is needed :
REPLACE COMPLETE OPERATOR

Note! Consult checklist for right type of
operator.
2.1.3
o

Operator CDM-2 (Delivered from
1978 - 1980)
Most electrical parts (PCB's) are not
available
anymore.

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o

Some adjustment/repair actions are still possible.

Note! Only if complete operator is in good condition!
o Possible adjustments: Limit switches / Sliding
clutch.
o Possible repairs:
o Electro-motor, Sliding clutch,
o Brake,
o RPM-transmitter,
o Disengagement,
o Limit switches,
o Motor-protector switch,
o Main relays.
o

If other repairing is needed :
REPLACE COMPLETE OPERATOR

Above mentioned operators are not in accordance
with the present state of the art, when it comes to
safety and other regulations.
If upgrading and/or severe repairing is necessary, the
customer should be advised to replace the complete
operator by one of our present types.
Consult check list for right type of operator!

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2.1.4
o
o

Operator CDM-5 (Control system in the
mechanical unit, 1982 - 1994)
Not all spare parts are still available.
All kind of adjustments/repair actions possible.

Note! Only if complete operator is in good condition.
o
o

No safety supervision.

If upgrading and/or severe repairing is needed,
Replace the complete
operator
for
one of the present types (Consult
checklist for
right type).

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2.1.5

o
o

Operator CDM-5 (HD) (control system in
the mechanical unit, 1982 - 1994)

Not all spare parts are still available.
All kind of adjustments/repair actions possible.

Note! Only if complete operator is in good condition.
o No safety supervision
o If upgrading and/or severe repairing is needed,
replace the complete operator for one of the
present types (consult checklist for right type)
o Maximum door weight:
CDM 5 = 650 Kg
CDM 5 (H) = 1150 Kg

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4

3

2

2

1

S

STOP

43

32

3,15 A

44

K2

11

31 31

K2

nc

nc

no

no

PNE

G2

G1

5

11

4

2

7

7

53

53

54

K2

D2

54

K1

D1

8

6

CDM 4/5

5

13 6
10

10

28 30 27

PNE

..
5

15

3
12

G

12

14

..

BROWN

22

22

21

K1

21

K2

14

A1

0,22 uF

A1

0,22 uF

a

100

A2

A2

100

b

13

K2

K1

MB

A2

K1

A1
1

2

B

MB
b

a

3

4

3

4+
-

5

6

1

2

13

14

1

31

32

46

21

22
53

54

R ST
3 x 380 V
3 x 415 V

35

2

43

44

A2

A1
1

2
3

4
5

6

1 - 1,6 A

K2

3 x 0,22 uF

3 x 100

13

14

M

43

44

21

22

31

32

Circuit Diagram CDM 5 K 2605
53

54

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c

c

32

K1

24V

380 / 415 V

2.2

SA

110°

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2.2.1 CDM-5 Dead man's grip

PE N 1

L1
T

1

L2
3

L3
5
F1
1AT
ON

11

110°

T1
11
1
24V

S4
1

3

5

2

4

6

1

5

2

K1

3
4

6

K2
S1

u1

v1

w1

PE

U1

V1

PE

U1

V1

N

W1
W1

N
N

S2

1
PE

U1

V1

W1
13

32
M

~

M
=

~

S4

K1
=

31

S3
K1
TR1 14

22

K2

21
2

A1
K1

A2

K1

21

A1
TR1

14

22

K2
A2

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2.3

Control unit CDM-5

2.4
Mechanical Unit CDM5 (Separate
control system, 1984 - present)
o Spare parts still available
o All kind of adjustments/repair actions possible
Note! Only if complete mech. unit is in good
condition
o

Maximum door weight:
CDM 5 = 650 Kg
CDM 5HD = 1150 Kg

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2.4.1

Mechanical Unit CDM 5
of sliding clutch and limit
switches

adjustment

Adjustment of sliding clutch:
Increase of the sliding force:
- Unscrew the 2 lock nuts and the thrust
washer.
- Take away the necessary rings (One
ring increases the force by 10-15kg).
- Fit the thrust washer and the lock nuts
again.
- Test the door. (The sliding clutch has to
be adjusted so that the operator is
strong enough to drive the door from
any position, but not too strong. The door could
have to be stopped by hand. Too strong
adjustment can give a wrong functioning of the
SBD).
Adjustment of the limit switches:
To adjust the limit switches, a control plate can be
pressed in and then you can rotate the nuts along
the screw-thread. Choose first which limit switch is
for OPEN and which one for CLOSED.
- The door will stop at fully opened position by
the limit switch. (Adjust the limit switch so, that
the buffer is pressed ca. 2 cm)
- On the floor the door stops by the rev. monitor
or by the pneumatic safety device. (ECS 430S
and 430P) Adjust the lower limit switch, so that
it will be activated between 30-70mm from the
floor.
For earlier activation, rotate the nut towards the
limit switch.

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Replacement and adjustment of the V-belt:
Loosen the brace nut of the motor plate. (Make sure
that the motor does not fall off)
- Dismantle the V-belt.
- Install the new V-belt and adjust the tension of the
V-belt by tightening the brace nut again. The V-belt
is tensioned correctly if you can press it in the
middle for ? 6mm.
Replacement of the brake :
Symptom: The electro-motor turns but the door does
not. (Sliding clutch is working)
- Old type of mechanical units has a brake with the
rectifier included.
Check that 220VAC reaches the brake
while the electro-motor is running.
If that is the case: Replace the brake +
separate rectifier.
If not, check for a fault in the electrical
system.
- New type of mechanical units has a brake with a
separate rectifier.
Check that 220VAC reaches the rectifier
while the electro-motor is running.
If that is the case: Check if the rectifier
gives ?110VDC at the secondary side.
If not, check for a fault in the electrical
system.
If the rectifier gives ?110VDC, replace
the brake.

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RPM control:
Symptom:
Door goes up for ?10cm and stops.
Or:
Door goes down for ?10cm, stops, reverses and goes
up for ?10cm again.
o

o
o

o
o
o

Check the distance between the sensor of the
rev. counter and the round surface of the cam
on the shaft. (Distance should be 0,8mm = hack
saw blade)
If this distance is right, check the sensor! (Use
an Ohm-meter)
In 1 direction you have to measure ? 3.8 MOhm. In
the other direction you have to measure an
open circuit. If you measure other values,
replace the sensor.
If the sensor is right, check the electrical part!
CDM-5 old (Control unit in mech. Unit): Replace
the black PCB (K035755)
CDM-5 new(Control unit ECS601/602 -
430(S)(P): Replace the adapter PCB in the
mech. unit (K033808)

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3 MECHANICAL UNIT

CDM-6

3.1
Mechanical Unit CDM6 (HD)(Separate
control system, 1984 - present)
o
o

Spare parts available
All kinds of adjustments/repair actions possible.

Note! If one of the inside toothed wheels is broken or
damaged the complete gear unit has to be replaced.
o
o
o

Maximum door weight:
CDM 6 = 275 Kg.
CDM 6 HD = 350 Kg.

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3.2

Installation of fixing bars CDM 6 (HD)

Installation of fixing bars CDM6-(HD)
Min 5° Max 30°

Min 5° Max 30°

Min 5° Max 30°

The bars should be aligned to each other see fig.
o The bar on the mech. unit can be installed upwards or
downwards.
o The other bar can be fitted in Line with or towards the
mech. Unit.
o The Z-bar design ensures that the unit can follow the
movement of the door shaft without hinder.
Note!
Lock nuts must be used where indicated
Installation of fixing bars CDM6-(HD)
Between both fixing bars should be fitted a vibration
damper see fig.
1 vibration damper
2 fixing bar

Min 5° Max 30°

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3.2.1

CDM6 (HD) adjustment of limit switches and sliding clutch

U

2
MOTOR

5

LIMIT
SWITCH
6
UNIT

S4
..

7

S1

1

S2

9

4

3
N

1
2
3
N

U1
V1
W1
N

1

Y1

UNIT

3

2

N

M

1

V
W

MOTOR

S3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

X01
1 LIMIT SWITCH PART
2. SLIDING CLUTCH

2 MOTOR
3 OPERATOR
4 LIMIT SWITCH UNITS
5 RPM CONTROL
6 DISENGAGEMENT SWITCH
7 LIMIT SWITCH " completely open "
8 LIMIT SWITCH " closed "
9 LIMIT SWITCH " reduced opening "

S3
S2
S1

Adjustment of limit switches
.
Door will stop above by limit switch and on
.
The bottom by the RPM control.
.
The lower limit switch has to be adjusted so
.
That it will be activated approx. 50 mm from
.
Floor level.
.
For earlier switching: turn the switch arm
.
Towards the micro switch roller.
.
For later switching: turn the switch arm away
.
From the micro switch roller.
S1 = Limit switch " Completely open "
S2 = Limit switch " Closed "
S3 = Limit switch " Reduced opening "

B

A

Adjustment of the sliding clutch
.
Loosen clamping screw B.
.
Screw adjusting nut A inwards to increase
.
Sliding force.
.
One turn of the adjusting nut corresponds
.
To about 10 kg change of the sliding force.

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CONTROL SYSTEM CDM-5/CDM-6
(METAL BOXES)

CONTROL SYSTEM CDM5/6 - 01, Steel
control box (1984-1988)

o Not all spare parts are still
available.
o Has been delivered with or
without safety supervision.
o If upgrading or severe
repairing is needed, replace
the control unit by one of the
present systems (consult
check list for right system).

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CDM 5/6 - Control unit CDM6-07 K2-12253
380

15

13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

F2

X1

F1

K20
X2
0 24

123456789

T1

K12271

123456

K21

K22

K19

K18

21
5

X3

K1

3
K11

K6868

6
4
2

21

22

123456789

5

K17

K2

3
1

X4
K10

6
4
2

1/1

K16
U
6

K14
123456

K15

X6
123456

X7
123456

X9

V
4

W
2

S12
UP

K2517
K6915

1/2

K5784

K12
X5

H1

K6869

K8119

1

K13

S21

22

0,63 - 1 A

4.1

3

N

2

S5
STOP

1

Q1
K5775

K6979

S1

123456

X9
1234567

3
W1

N

2

1

V1

U1

X10
K5756

5
L1

3
L2

1
L3

K6978

S15
DOWN

CONTROL UNIT CDM 6-07
LAYOUT BASEPLATE AND LID

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4.2

CDM 6 -07 Connection diagram -113-K2-12247
CONTROL UNIT
240V K4015
415V K4017
380V K4016
220V K4014

EXTERNAL CONTROL
CIRCUIT BOARD K 12271
INDICATION
24V AC

X2: X3: X4: X5: X6: X7: X8: X9:

PHASE 24V ~
NEUTRAL 24V ~
UP
DOWN
CLOSED
MID. POS.
NEUTRAL 24V ~
PHASE AFTER
DISC. SW 24V ~

CABLES
RKKR...G 0,75 SEN
NO5VV-F...G0,75 CENELEC
EKKR...G 0,75 SEN
NO5VV-U...G 0,75 CENELEC

BIRCHER
D2 11KV L
24 V ~

~
+
~

P

W

2
4
6

L1 5
L2 3
L3 1

PE U1 V1 W1

U
V
W

1
3
5

6
4
2

1
2
3

U1
V1
W1
N
PE

S12

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7 N.C.

2

21

3
4

A1

5
6
7
8
9 N.C.
10
11
12
13
14
15

1
2
3
4
5
6

S13

A1

1

S16
S6

1

A2

A1
21
A2

22
N 24 V~
P 24 V~

A2

ONLY CERTAIN MARKETS a
CONNECTION OF BRAKE

b

ALTERNATE

S21
H1

3 X 220V
PE U1 V1 W1

RKKR 7G0,75 SEN
NO5VV - F7G0,75 CELENEC

1
2
3
4
5
6

2

M1

N
Y1 a

1
2
3
4
5
6

2

CAN BE PUSH BUTTON IN LID OF CONTROL UNIT

3

WHEN MAINS 3 X 220 V, 3 X 415 V
TRANSFORMER 220/24V RESP. 415/24V

A2
A3
B1
K1
K2
M1
PNE
Q1
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
T1
X1:X9
X10
Y1
S20
S21
S21
H1

3 X 380V (3 X 415)
C
nc

n

1

b

M1

S15
S5

Y1

FKKR 5G1,5 SEN
NO5VV - R5G1,5 CELENEC

N

1
2
3
4
5
6

S17

S20

X10

2
4
6

5
3
1

U

S14
S7

K-12247 CDM6-07
K-12246 CDM6-08

A1 A2 A3

N

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

7
8
9

THE DOCUMENT COMPRISES

K1:

S19
S8

S18

NOTE! NORMALLY CLOSED
CONTACTS NOT USED IS
REPLACED WITH STRAPS

K2:

K5755
Q1

PE

1
2
3
4
5
6

S9

PNE

T1:

S10
S11

K 5980

X1:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

MAINS & MOTOR UNIT

FEMALE K 5784
MALE K5756

K8119

C
nc

C

B1

nc

S1

C
nc

S2

S4
C

S3

nc

PE RAIL

BASE PLATE IN CONTROL BOX
LID CONTROL BOX
RPM CONTROL
CONTACTOR " UP "
CONTACTOR " DOWN "
MOTOR 3 PHASE
PNEUMATIC SWITCH
PROTECTIVE MOTOR SWITCH
LIMIT SWITCH OPEN
LIMIT SWITCH CLOSED
LIMIT SWITCH REDUCED OPENING
DISCONNECTION SWITCH
STOP BUTTON
STOP BUTTON
STOP IMPULSE (E.G. RADIO)
BASE PLATE
INTERLOCKING (E.G. PASSDOOR)
OPENING PULSE (E.G. MAGN. LOOP)
ONE BUTTON FUNCTION
ONE BUTTON FUNCTION
UP-BUTTON
UP-BUTTON
UP-IMPULSE (E.G. RADIO)
DOWN-BUTTON
DOWN-BUTTON
DOWN-BUTTON (E.G. RADIO)
SAFETY DEVICE (E.G. PHOTOCELLS)
ACTIVATION OF 3rd LIMIT SWITCH
TRANSFORMER 380 / 24 v
CIRCUIT BOARD CONNECTORS
380 V PLUG-IN CONNECTORS
BRAKE 220 V 0,16 A
RESETBUTTON DEAD MANS GRIP
DEAD MANS GRIP BUTTON
DEAD MANS GRIP INDICATION
CDM6-07
CONNECTION DIAGRAM

113-K2-12247

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4.3

CDM6 Main diagram - 111 K2 - 5640
3x380V (3x220V), 3x415V

PE

L1

N1
T

5

L2
3

L3
1

F2
2A

4

X8 2

c

S9

no
K14

S11
S10

S13
S12

2
K1

1

4
3

c

c
S1

B1

n & gt;
c

S2
c

32

43

K1

31

no

K1

K13

K17
no

nc

1

S14
c
K16

X3 5 X3 1 X3 3 X6 5 X7 5 X5 2 X1 1

X7 4

nc
X5 4

44

31

PNE
P

X8 6

no
K15

c

~
=

X8 3

X1 7

X1 6

nc

c

d

e

K10

no

4

5

X9 6
X4 1

9

(S19)
X4 2

S8

L

12

9
K18

X4 3

K2
X8 5

c

X5 3

K2

32

X8 4

X1 9

X7 3
K2

S7

S3

6
5

9

no

nc

5

nc

X6 4

X2 6

c

X3 6 X3 2 X3 4 X6 6 X7 6 X5 1 X1 3

T1

2

6

3

X2 7

X2 5 X9 3

nc

1

X6 3
X9 1
S5

12
12
K11 K12 K10
4
4

S4

nc

nc

4

X4 8

4

c
110°

24V

2

X1 13
X9 7
X2 9
12

7

Q1

6

X8 1

F1
2A

K12

5

S16

X9 9

X6 2 X7 2 X5 5

5

X4 4
h

1

K13 9 K11 X6 1 X7 1 X5 6
8
S15
S17

X9 8

f
g

N

1

2

3

& gt; 1
=

X10
PE
PE

N
N

2

Y1

a

U1 V1 W1

b

PE U1 V1 W1 2

~

& gt; 1
=

=

b

4

3 X 380V (3 X 415)

Y1

14 K10 14 K11 14 K12

M1

13

3 X 220V

13

5

5
9

11

13

8
4

11

4

a

a

a

b

b

b

b

K14

K15

K16

K17

K18

12

8
4

10 no

10 no

no

12
10 nc

8
12

7

9

1

8
8

8

a

DRAWING 112-K2-5783

5
9

13

1

10 nc

nc

K2

21

X9 5

22

54

K2
21

X4 6

b

13

X1 15

K2

X4 7

& gt; 1
=

a
L+

a

X1 1
53

X1 8
22

3

N

U1 V1 W1

M1

1

i

&

X1 2

S18

X1 4

X2 3

X2 4

X4 5
14 K13
X4 9

13
5
9

12

A1
X8 7 X2 2

X2 8

X9 4

A1

K1 UP

A2

X1:15

PE

K2

DOWN

A2

2

1

2

3

1

2

2

3

4

3

3

4

2

5

6

3

5

6

13

14

13

14

43

44

7

43

44

7

31

32

7

31

32

13

21

22

11

21

22

12 53

54

12 53

54

1

10 no

13 no

12 8

10 nc

13 nc

12 4

12

CDM 6 MAIN DIAGRAM 111-K2-5640

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5 AUTOMATIC SYSTEM ECS 600
5.1
Additional system ECS 600 (Added to
control system CDM5/6 or to CDM5 with control
system in mech.unit, 1984-1988)
o

Not all spare parts are still available.

o

If upgrading or severe repairing is needed, replace the
control system and the additional system by one of the present
types.

o
(Consult check list for right system).
o

For automatic systems : see ECS 601.

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5.1.1 Functional description ECS 600

ECS 600 is an additional automatic system to be
connected to old operators CDM-5 (Control system in
the Mech. Unit) and to control systems CDM5/6-01. The
basic system consists of 2 circuit boards:
5.1.2 Interface unit (Obsolete)
- Different types for CDM5 and CDM6
- Receives signals from the control system and converts them into
logic signals (12VDC) to the circuit boards for automatic functions.
- Receives commands from the circuit boards for automatic functions
and converts them to the control system.
- In the front panel there are indication LED's for the position of the
door.
5.1.3 Power unit (Obsolete)
- Supplies a stabilized, suppressed drive voltage to the other
components of the additional system.
- In the front panel there are indication LED's to see if all voltage is
present and a switch to switch off the automatic functions.
Note!
For more information concerning the automatic functions,
see chapter ECS601.

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5.2

Automatic door operating system ECS 600
1

7
K-12100
(K-12103)

13
K-12106

interface CDM5
(interface CDM6)

18
K-12109

Closing Timer
Warning signal

Power Unit

23
K-12112
(K-12113)

33

28
K-12114
(K-12115)

K-12116

Magnetic loop
Remote Control Photoelectric
Radio 27 (40) Mhz Amplifier 1(2) Ch Vehicle detector

Ch1
Ch2

12V
24V

24V

Ch1
Ch2
F

32V
RF

t1

1,6A

16-160
t2

Aut

6TE

6TE
7

1-9
4-36

Man

1

2-20

6TE
13

5TE
18

5TE
23

5TE
25

8TE
33

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 28 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63

Cable wiring diagrams
Spare for board pos 7
Pushbutton long vehicle

114-K4-12465

Interlock Unit

114-K4-12117

Sensors for board pos 7
Magnetic loop

114-K4-3084

Photoelectric Optics

114-K4-12447

SCR-switch, warning lights

114-K4-12173

Pullstation for CDM5

114-K4-507

Inhibit key

114-K4-12464

External function

114-K4-867

Door Operator
-CDM5
-CDM6

114-K4-2546
114-K4-5792

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5.3

CDM5 - ECS 600 - wiring diagram

CDM 5 - ECS600
Wiring diagram

Control units for:
CDM5

CDM5/SL

CDM5-07, 08

CDM5-01

ECS 600 Screw terminal
RKKR 12G 0,75
HO3VV-U

1
12

1
13

9
11
LB
5
6
3
4
7
8

*

10
12
LB
6
7
4
5
8
9

1
13

*

**

1
13

12A
12B
6
7
2
3
8
9

10
8
4
5
3
2 **
6
7

1
2

1
2

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

*)

Wire from pneumatic switch (LB) connected to screw 9 (10 in CDM 5 / SL)
to be connected to wire 4 from ECS 600 under flying top joint.

**)

Remove loop if any and connect wires 7 and 8 in series with existing
stop devices.

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

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5.4

CDM6 - ECS 600 - Wiring diagram
RKKR 18G 0,75
x2/1
x2/2
x2/3
x2/4
x2/5
x2/6
x2/7
x4/5
x4/6
x5/1
x5/2
x5/3
x5/4
x5/5
x5/6

Connect wires 1 and 2 to X2/9 end X2/8 resp. if
supply voltage 24VAC
is to be disconnected from ECS 600 when the
operator is disengaged.

HO3VV-U
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
PE

2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

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S
T

M
R

Photocell optics
Channel 1

S
T

Shield

Yellow

26
28
30
Black
Red

Shield

Yellow

27
29
31

Photocell ECS 600

Black
Red

5.5

M
R

Photocell optics
Channel 2

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6 CONTROL SYSTEM ECS 601

6.1
Control system ECS 601 (for CDM5
and CDM6, 1988-1993)
o
o
o

Spare parts are still available
Has been delivered with or without safety
supervision.
If severe repairing is needed, replace the control
unit by one of the present types.
(consult checklist for the right system).

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6.2
Functional description
ECS 601/602
The control systems ECS601/602 can be
connected to the mechanical units CDM5 and
CDM6. The basic function consists of 3 circuit
boards:
6.2.1 Contactor unit
There are 2 contactors on the circuit board which
connect the mains voltage to the motor. The
connectors are controlled by signals from the
impulse unit. The contactor unit also includes a
protective transformer which supplies the 24 VAC
for the control voltage.
6.2.2 Impulse unit
The impulse unit includes all the electronic control
functions.
- Gives the needed signals to the contactor unit.
- It senses the function of the safety device.
- It senses the RPM-control. When it indicates
that the number of rotations is too low, the door
will be stopped and reversed, depending on the
position of the door.
- Maximum running device = 45 sec. Power has
to switched off and on again after ? 10 sec.
- The 1-button function is built into this board.
6.2.3 Safety supervision unit (Pinch guard
monitoring)
In most countries it is a regulation that the
pneumatic safety edge is tested every time when
the door hits the floor. As soon as the limit switch
"Door closed" is activated (? 50mm from the floor)
the function will be tested and can be seen by the
flashing of the LED on the front. If the pulse is too
short or not given at all to the supervision unit, the
control system switches over to so-called dead
man's function. This is indicated by the red LED on
the front of the unit. It will stay on constantly.

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SYSTEM DESIGN
Board 7-9 Basic control
Board 10-11 Optional automation

Control box in ABS
plastic
5 Circuit board
1 Bottom part
2 Collar
3 Top lid

13 Motor protection switch
15 Terminal connections
16 Button control set

4 Lower lid
Additional automations
Grundstyrning
10 Interface Power unit
6 Cover plate11
7 Contact und

11. 4 board positions for additional
automations

8 Impulse unit

12 Antenna for radio receiver

9 Safety supervision unit 14 Semiconductor for warning light

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Connection of automation circuit boards

The board positions X4-X7 on the circuit board are
intended for auxiliary automation circuit boards. The
contacts are connected to terminals X13-X16 via
lines on the circuit board shown in the diagram
below. ie. X4 - X13. X5-X14 etc.
Crawford Door
Strömstad Sweden

X0

X1

X2

X3

X4

X5

X6

X7

X16

X17

X09

X10

X11

X15

X08
X14

X13

The terminal X12 has a special function. Signals
between two interlocking doors are transferred via
X12. Bus signals are also transferred through this
terminal and a band cable to an extra box for
automation boards.
The external units belonging to a specific
automation function are connected via a connection
terminal installed on the relay track. This is
connected to terminal X13-X16 via ribbon cable.

X12

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INTERFACE POWER UNIT
The unit is connected to the 4th board position. X3
(pos 37-42 in the casing). The module contains a
neutralized and stabilized 12 V DC drive voltage
unit for the supply of voltage to the electronics.

The electronics on the board also function as an
interface between basic control and automatic
options. This implies that the basic control 24 V AC
signals are converted to 12 V DC which the
automatic units work with.
The front panel of the board contains diode Lamps
which indicate the current door position.

Fully open door
interface / Power unit

Opening door
Door opened between limits
(reduced opening)
Closing door
Fully closed door
Supply voltage to automatic board 12 V DC

12 V DC
Man

Manual function ie. automatic board
disconnected, the door is operated with the
aid of basic control.
Switch automatic / manual function

Aut
Man

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AUTO CLOSING / WARNING LIGHT

The units include two basic functions, automatic
closing and warning lights.
Controlling of warning Lights
The control signals are sent to a semi-conductor
relay (thyristor) which in turn connects 110/220V to
the lamp fittings.
Control signal to thyristor, red warning signal,
(flashing or steady)

Control signal to thyristor, green warning signal

Closing Timer
Warning signal

(steady light)
When time t2 is running the LED is flashing
with 10w intensity The flash frequency depends
on the setting of the f2 trimming screw.
Short impulse indicates that the closing signal goes to
the interface board. When time t1 is running the LED is
blinking with low intensity. The frequency depends on
the setting of the t1 trimming screw.
Automatic closing

t1

The board contains times circuits which control how long
the door is to be open before t is automatically closed.
This interval is divided into two time intervals t1 and t2.
Setting of t1
t1= the time the door is fully open with the green lamp on.
The time range. (2-20 or 16-160 sec.) is selected with the
switch and the time is adjusted: with the trimming screw.

Setting of t2
t2= the time the door is fully open but warns for closing
with a flashing red signal. The time range (1-9 or 2-36 sec.)
is selected with the switch and the time is adjusted with the
trimming screw.

The total time when the door is open is t1 + t2. The times
t1 and t2 can be changed with switch S4/3 on the circuit
board, see next page.

2-20
16-160

t2
1-9
4-36

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On the circuit board there are two blocks with DIP
switches, S3 and S4 plus a bar block L1.
Note !!!!
The bar block shall sit in lower position on L1 for
ECS 601.
The top position is used for ECS 600.

* D1
* D3
* D2

ON

ON

S3

S4
L1

S1
R13
S2
R14

S3/1
closing.

of

Flashing red light before

on
Flashing red light before
closing and between limit positions.
S3/2
of
red light for closed door.

No

on
Constant red light
for closed door.
S3/3
light.

of

No green

on
Constant
green light for fully open door.

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Example:
The time t1 + t2 is timed from the first of " fully open
door " or " passage of safety photo cell / magnetic
loop " . The time t1 + t2 is timed from " fully open
door " .

The switches of S3 are set on and
off.

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Optional automation
The conditions for automatic closing are selected
with S4.
S4/1off
The time t1 + t2 is timed from the first
of " fully open door " or " passage of safety photo cell
/ magnetic loop " . on
The time t1 + t2 is timed
from " fully open door " .
S4/2
off
The closing
the safety function is reset when the
downwards. on
The closing
the safety function is reset when the
closed.

memory for
door moves
memory for
door is fully

S4/3 off The timer works according to the S4/1
setting. When safety photo cell/magnetic loop is
passed, remaining time t1 is divided on by 4. The
time interval t1 applies as per setting on front panel.
Example:

Exit from parking
deck
S4 switches set to:
off off off
Assume that t1 = 40 sec. and t2 = 10 sec. The door
opens. When fully open, the time t1 starts to run
and when it has run out, t2 starts to run. If no one
passes the photo cell, the door will close after 40
sec. + 10 sec. = 50 sec.
If someone passes the photo cell after, for example,
12 sec. the remainder of t1 (40 sec. - 12 sec. = 28
sec.) is divided by 4:28 sec./4 = 7 sec. The door
starts to close after a total time of 12 sec. + 7 sec. +
10 sec. = 29 sec.

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The consequence of S4/2 being set in off position
is: If a closing door is made to reverse, e.g. by the
pinch guard monitor or a safety function, it will not
close automatically, unless the photo cell is
activated.
This is because the closing memory is reset when
the door has started to move downwards.

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Optional automation
SEMI-CONDUCTOR RELAY (THYRISTOR)

The semi-conductor relays for control of mains
voltage to the warning light are comprised of
separate circuit boards mounted on the relay rail.
One board is required for each warning light. Max.
effect 250W.
Connection ot warning light
The semi-conductor relay(s) and lamps are
connected to the connection block as per the
diagram below. The connection block is linked via
ribbon cable to the terminals X13-16 which belong
to the board position where the insert circuit is put
in.

By using the connections to the in the diagram, the
automatic closing function or the opening can be
blocked, e.g. by an external timer (closing contact).

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Optional automation
PHOTO CELL AMPLIFIER

This unit is available as a single channel and double
channel amplifier.A photo cell transmitter and
corresponding receiver can be connected to each
amplifier channel.

The system works with IR-light

Y2
Y1
+-+-

Indicating codes for each channel. Lights when the
IP beam is unbroken and received by the receiver.

P hotoelectric
Amplifier 1(2) Ch

Ch1
Ch2
S1
on

123

on

123

S2

On the circuit board there are two switches which
can be set according the
function of the photo cell.
The following alternatives are available:
o Safety function
o Acknowledgement function (interlock)
o Opening function
Switch S1 is used to select the function for amplifier
channel 1;

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on off off Safety function
off on off Acknowledge function
off off on Opening function
The corresponding settings are made on switch S2
for channel 2.

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Optional automation
CONNECTION

The photo cell transmitters and receivers are
connected to the connection block as per diagram
below. Use shielded cable e.g. EKLK 39 1.5.
Note !!!!
The shield must be connected to earth in view of
risk for inductive interference from high tension
cables.
Connect via ribbon cable to the
terminals X13-X16 which belong to
the circuit board position where the
insert board is to be put.

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Optional automation
MAGNETIC LOOP DETECTOR

The detector can power and sense two separate
loop systems each connected to their own channel.
Each loop system can in turn comprise two in series
or parallel connected loops.
The detector is micro processor controlled and does
not require trimming or manual resetting. There is
also an automatic fault tracing facility which
continuously checks for loop failure/grounded to
earth.

Indicating that vehicle is over loop
system connected to channel 1 or 2.
Indicating fault in one of the loop systems

Magnetic loop
Vehicle detector

Ch1
Ch2
F

ON OFF
ON OFF
10

2
1

SW1
ON OFF

1

SW3

2
1

SW2

0
1
.
.
.
.
.
7

J1

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There is a jumper field with 8 pairs of pins and three
DIP switches for the setting of the detector function
on the circuit board.
Note!!!!
If one of the channels is not
used, all switches for this
channel shall be set in the off
position.
Jumpers
The output signal status is selected by putting
jumpers over the pair of pins which are closest to
the contact unit J1. The pairs of pins 0-3 are used
for the loop system in channel 1 and 4-7 for channel
2.
Channel 1, jumper in pos.
0
1
2

Channel 2, jumper in pos.
7
4
5

3

Output signal status
Acknowledge impulse
Reversing impulse (safety)
Opening impulse
Opening impulse to opposite

6
door in interlock

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SETTING OF FREQUENCY
When two loop systems are close to each other
there is always a risk for " overlapping " between
them. This can be avoided by using different
frequencies in the loop systems. The frequency can
be set to 4 different values. The DIP switches SW1
is used for channel 1 and SW2 for channel 2.

ADJUSTMENT
OF
ATTENDANCE TIME

off
off
off
on
on
off
on
on
SENSITIVITY

high frequency
average high frequency
average low frequency
low frequency
AND

Detector sensitivity and attendance time
are set on the DIP switch SW3. The
switches 5-6 are used for sensitivity and
7-8 for attendance time.
SENSITIVITY

off
on
off
on

off
off
on
on

Sensitivity should be set so that the detector will not
respond when the front bumper of a car reaches the
edge of the loop but only when the whole loop is
covered by the car.
It may be necessary to change the sensitivity if
special vehicles are to activate the detector.
ATTENDANCE
If an object which is detected by the magnetic loop
detector remains for a certain time, the attendance
time, the detector will readjust automatically. The
object will no longer be detected. The attendance
time can be set on the switch block SW3/ 7-8 for
channel 1 and SW3/3-4 for channel 2.

low
average low
average high
high

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off
on
off
on

off
off
on
on

Note !!!!
If one channel is not used all corresponding
switches must be set in off position.

100 msec. impulse
3,5 min.
7,5 min.
2 hours

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Optional automation
The magnetic loops are connected to ECS 601 via
a connection block mounted on the relay rail. The
connection block is connected by a ribbon cable to
one of the terminals X13-X16, which connects
internally to the circuit board position where the
insert board is to be put.

The connections " Block Ch1/Block Ch2 " on the
connection block are used when an external
function is to be used to deactivate one of (or both)
the loop systems, e.g. timer (closing contacts) can
be used for the purpose.

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Optional automation
INTERLOCKING

Used to achieve an interlocking function i.e. to avoid the
exchange of air in the door opening e.g. for reasons of
heating economy.
Interlocking normally functions so that one door is blocked
in closed position as soon as the other door is opened.
An acknowledging photo cell in the interlock senses that a
vehicle has passed the first door and prepares the
opening of the second door as soon as the first one has
closed.
If the " OPEN " command is given to an interlocked door the
command is tored and carried out when the block has
been taken away.
Indicates that door A or B is blocked
Indicated that door A or B receives OPEN signal

Crawford

Interlock Unit
AB
X

When long vehicles are to pass through
the interlock it is possible to cancel
temporarily
the
Indicating " long vehicle "

interlocking by pressing a separate push
button on the wall. Both doors open then at
the same time.

Interlocking can also be cancelled with push
buttons in the front panel by blocking of the
Push buttons for blocking of door A or B in
open position. Diode lamp on the button for
indicating blocking.
Push button which breaks the
interlocking function. A diode lamp
indicates that interlocking is blocked.

doors in the open position
(summer connection). An open impulse to the
outer door will then be transferred to the inner

A
A
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door and vice versa. There is also a push button
which breaks the interlocking function completely.

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Installation
2
3
N

U

M

1

V

2

W

MOTOR

35

380V AC
MAX 10 A

1

MAINS

3

1
2
3
N

Q

1

N

U1
V1
W1
N

MOTOR UNIT

N

LIMIT SWITCH UNIT
RPM TRANSMITTER

n & gt;

LIMIT SWITCH OPEN
LIMIT SWITCH CLOSED
LIMIT SWITCH
REDUCED OPENING

2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6

2
3
4
5
6

STOP

DOWN

1
2
3
4
5
6
BLACK
BROWN
1
2

1

UP

2
3
4
5
6

STOP

DOWN

PNEUMATIC SWITCH

1

p

BLACK
BROWN

1
2
1
2

1
EXTRA SAFETY

2

SINGLE BUTTON
FUNCTION

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

X08

PUSH BUTTON EXTERNAL PUSH
UNIT
BUTTON UNIT

UP

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1

CLUTCH RELEASE
SWITCH

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

2

1

OPENING FUNCTION

PUSH BUTTONS IN COVER

Connect pass door
contact on clamp 16 or 17
in series with stop button.

1
2

UP

STOP

DOWN

DEAD MAN´S
GRIP DOWN

X11:1
X11:2
X11:3
X11:4
X11:5
X11:6
X10:1
X10:2

220V 50/60 Hz

380V 50/60 Hz

L1
L2
L3
N
PE

K2

4

3

4

5
6

3

2

1

6

(3*415V)

3*380V

M

w1

3

4
1

2

380 V
220 V

A1

K1 A3

Y1

u1

M

w1

(3*220V)

v1

A1
rc1 K2

22

21

24 oc

rc2

8 oc

0,73 kW
0,73 kW
3,8 A

K1 21

6 oc

0,37 kW
1,1 A
1,9 A

K2 22

12 oc

0,12 kW
0,63 A
1A

20V

32 oc

220V
0V

24V

380V

T1

16 oc

1A
T

F1

F2
315mA
T

14 oc

18 oc

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Y1

v1

N
u1

5

K1

Q1

2

1

6

5

Main current

Automatic ECS 601

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7 THERMOSPEED (1988 - 1998)

7.1
o
o
o
o
o

Thermospeed (1988 - 1998)

Spare parts are still available
Adjustments and repair actions are still possible
Control unit as ECS 601, but with frequency
converter
Special mechanical unit
For automatic systems : see ECS 601

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7.2

Automatic ECS 601
Hole, only when
safety pull unit

Photocell
support

Photocell unit

Fit the photocell support to the
photocell unit, see fig. 1.

Roller
Left side
installation

Always fit the photocell receiver on the left
side.
Receiving eye = marked "R".
(or in older versions, silver painted eye)
Transmitting eye = marked "F"
(or in older versions, gold painted eye)

Receiving
eye
Photocell support

Fit the photocell unit on the left side and
the right side. Drill and screw with 20
screws, see fig. 2.
Alternative corner brackets and installation
of the photocell support.
Adjust the photocell units so that they are
directed towards each other exactly.

Receiving eye

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Adjustment of limit control

1 low speed
closing

3 limit closed
position

High speed
area
1 and 2

Rough adjustment
Adjustments of the end limit position
see fig.1
The limit position closed should be
activated when the door is approx. 50 mm from
being completely closed.

low speed
opening

4 limit open
position

The limit position open should be activated when
the door is approx. 50 mm from being completely
open.
Check if the door stops with the shock absorbers
approx. 20 mm compressed.
Adjustments of the low speed limit position see fig.1
Set the low speed inner cam so that it stops approx.
600 mm before the door reaches its open position.
Speed adjustments see fig. 2
Turn the variable speed control up/down to 75% of
its adjustment level.
Test the door

Adjust UP speed
+?plastic rivet (don´t touch)
?

The opening and closing time should be min. 6 sec.
for a 4 meters high door, min. 5 sec. for 3.5 meters
and 4.5 sec. for a 3 meters high door.

Adjust DOWN speed
+?plastic rivet (don´t touch)
?
?
plastic rivet (don´t touch)

Note! The value refers to the average speed 0.7
m/s.

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ECS 601 Thermospeed 111-K3 - 31207
5

MOTOR UNIT

34 RAIL

37 PUSH BUTTONS

33 BACK PLANE

220 AC

31 FREQUENCY
CONVERTER
32ac

X11.4

PE

18ac

+

15V
0V
315 15V

X11.3

L1
N

1

4-6 A

L1

4

3

2

STOP

N

11

AT

X8.17

1AT

X8.16

29 IMPULSE UNIT

38 SAFETY
SUPERVISION UNIT

220V

24V
0V
20V

X8.11

14ac

14ac

X8.18

16ac

17ac

+
-

1ac

X8.1

2ac

X8.7
DEAD MAN GRIP DOWN

13
(1)
(2)

(4)
(5)

M

W1
Y1
N

4

X8.18
X11.6
DOWN

(1)

12

27
23

16
20
24

32
X8.19

LIMIT SWITCH
CLOSED

(3)

LIMIT SWITCH
LOW SPEED

(6)

1
2

U1
12ac

11ac

V1
W1

H4 Hrav

Y1
N
L1

24ac

9ac

8ac

25ac

H1

Hu

L1

L1

H1bo
IMPD

PE

X8.12

HDON

15ac
23ac

X17.6
X17.5

LIMIT SWITCH OPEN

29ac

H3 Hugr

X9.4

Hugr

18ac

X8.15
21ac

UP

SAFETY
DEVICE

18

13ac

X8.8

K-31012

PHOTO ELECTRIC
AMPLIFIER

3

8

24VDC

4

X8.4
X9.2
X17.1
X8.6
X8.29

9

12ac

X11.1
X8.14

7

H3

X8.9

(4)

6

30ac

10a

X8.3

(3)

n & gt;

X11.2

14

D1

28

(7)

28

12

X11.7

(2)

24

8

X8.5
X8.13

CLUTCH RELEASE
SWITCH

14ac

X18.3
X8.2

Y1

26

8ac

V1

(3)

4

U1

X18.2

X8.21

6ac

27ac

H1

ECS 601 / THERMOSPEED
original DWG number: 111-K3-31207 rev. A

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7.4

Photocell kits K 35724

K-35746 Set of Emitter

Cable color
OLD

NEW

White (+)

White (+)

Green (-)

Blue (-)

K-35747 Set of Reciever

Cable color
OLD

NEW

White (+)

White (+)

Green and Brown (shield)

Blue and shield.

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8 CONTROL SYSTEM ECS 602

Control system ECS 602 (for CDM5 and CDM6,
1988 - 1993)
o Spare parts are still available
o Has been delivered with or without safety
supervision.
o If upgrading or severe repairing is needed,
replace the control system for one of the present
types (consult check list for the right system).

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8.1

Functional description ECS 601/602

The control systems ECS601/602 can be connected
to the mechanical units CDM5 and CDM6. The basic
function consists of 3 circuit boards:
8.1.1 Contactor unit:
There are 2 contactors on the circuit board which
connect the mains voltage to the motor. The
connectors are controlled by signals from the impulse
unit. The contactor unit also includes a protective
transformer which supplies the 24 VAC for the
control voltage.
8.1.2 Impulse unit:
The impulse unit includes all the electronic control
functions.
- Gives the needed signals to the contactor unit.
- It senses the function of the safety device.
- It senses the RPM-control. When it indicates that
the number of rotations is too low, the door will be
stopped and reversed, depending on the position
of the door.
- Maximum running device = 45 sec. Power has to
switched off and on again after ? 10 sec.
- The 1-button function is built into this board.
8.1.3

Safety supervision unit: (Pinch guard
monitoring)
In most countries it is a regulation that the pneumatic
safety edge is tested every time when the door hits
the floor. As soon as the limit switch "Door closed" is
activated (? 50mm from the floor) the function will be
tested and can be seen by the flashing of the LED on
the front. If the pulse is too short or not given at all to
the supervision unit, the control system switches over
to so-called dead man's function. This is indicated by
the red LED on the front of the unit. It will stay on
constantly.

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8.2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Automatic ECS 602 System design

Apparatus Box in ABS plastic
Bottom part
Collar
Top cover
Bottom cover
Components
Circuit plan board
Cover plate
Contactor unit
Impulse unit
Pinch guard monitoring
Motor protection switch
Terminal connections
Operating button unit

Material: ABS plastic. The Top cover is transparent.
Impact strength and chemical resistance are
sufficient for a temperature range from -30? to +60?.
Electrical safety: Complies with IEC specifications for
insulation and screen protection for connections to
mains supply and control electronics on circuit board.

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8.3
Automatic ECS 602 Control
components

Circuit plan
This board includes all contacts and line tracks
required to connect the insert board and other
components included in the basic control together.
X0 - X2 Board contacts for basic control.
X07 = Screw terminal for connection of external push
button boxes and air switches. The push button for
the one button operation is also connected here.
X08 Screw terminal for connection of cables to the
machinery.

Crawford Door

X09 Connection for switch Full/reduced opening.
X 10= connection for push button or key s witch for
hold unit operation.

X0

X1

X2

X1l Connection for push buttons in the lower cover
for the three button operation.

X09

X17

X10

X07
X08

X11

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9 CONTROL SYSTEM ECS 410/420/430

Approv.
Godk.

03-11-28/KHm

Gr4005-6.CDR

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10 CONTROL UNIT ECS 430S - CDM 6/5

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10.1

ECS 430S 2H-CDM6 2H - 400V
400V AC
& lt; 10A
1
2
3

U2 V2 W2

A05VV-R7G1.5

W1 V1 U1
3
4

2
1

4
5
6
1
2

Q1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1

FKK 7G1.5

M
Y

1
2
3

EKLK 5G1,5
N07VA5EV-U5G1.5

Y2
U2
V2
W2
U1
V1
W1
Y1

N

L1
L2
L3
N
PE
400V 50/60Hz

1

& lt; 10A

X3

5

Q1
0,75 A
2

4

6

T1

N

FKK 3G1.5

3

T2

T3

PE

A05VV-R3G1.5

J1

J1.4

400V
J1.2

S4
B1
S1
S2
S3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6

RKKR 7X0,75
H05VV-K7X0.75

Coiled cable
K012977

1
2
1
2

1
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

K1

5

3

1

2

4

6

6

Up

4

2

1

3

5

K2

230V

Down

112
54
53

X1

74

84

73

62
61

83

0V

K1

X3
U2

V2
U2

U1

W2
V2

W2

V1
U1

W1
V1

Y1

Y2

N

W1

Y
400V
HIGH

LOW

1
2
20V AC

1
2

1
2

1
2
3

X4
Approv.
Godk.

15103462 r2

97-04-15

Gr430S2H.CDR /KHm

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B1 System - ECS 430 S

A1

2

1

7

6

5

4

2

1

3

Brown

IED 12 / CT 10

Black

K012977
Brown

Black
2

1

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

S
T

Pneumatic
switch

Stop

Matning
Mains

Open

3

2

S1

Fotocelloptik
Photocell optics
Motor unit

K1

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

20VAC
External
powersupply

M
R

B1

Open function

Photoelectric amplifier

1

380V AC
Max 10A

1

One button

3

2

1

3

2

K034161

F

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

X1

135
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

N

N

Q

U1
V1
W1

Closing timer
11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

K032236

11
12
14
21
22
24
A2
A1

K032231

SPT 3 / C 10B

10.2

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11 CONNECTING DIAGRAM ECS 430 P - CDM6/5

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Automatic functions ECS 430 P
S2

8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

ON

S2

OFF
6

1 ON = Flashing red light between limit positions
4 OFF = Open function
4 ON = Eenknops bediening functie

800mAT

WN

ON

X1

12

V

S1

NU

6
5
4
3
2
1

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

X2

800mAT

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

123456789

OFF

Indication
Hold to run

1

.9

.8

.7

D22

0.63

S1:1
S1:2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
S1:6

ON
S1:3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON

S1:4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON

off Aut. closing according
S1 : 3,4,5 of 6.
flashing time (see tabel).
closing time (see tabel).
clos. time / flashing time (see tabel).
on ?nly aut. closing after passing
safety acknowledge.
Always aut. closing after reaching
off limitswitch open.

S2:
1
on
off
on
2
off
on
3
off
on
4
off
5
on
off
on
6
off
7
on
off
on
8
off

Red light flashing between limit switches.
No flashing red light.
Steady red light at closed door.
No steady red light at closed door.
Steady green light at door opened.
No steady green light at door opened.
One button function.
Open function.
Delayed door movement / flashing light (France).
Direct movement (all other countries).
" Interlocking " .
No function.
Option for " Open outside " .
No function.
Option for " Automatic closing " on/off.
No function.

Matrix dipswitches 430P / PeRoll EN

T1
2s
2s
12 s
8s
12 s
8s
48 s
48 s

T2
3s
8s
3s
12 s
8s
32 s
12 s
32 s

CLOSING
5s
10 s
15 s
20 s
20 s
40 s
60 s
80 s

The time is counted after " passage of photocell "

S1:
1
on Automatic closing
off NO automatic closing
on Aut. closing time: X2 when safety
2
acknowledge failed (e.g. photocells).
:2 after acknowledge

3
4
5
6

S1:5
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON

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Control system C-kit matrix description

C-kit

Description

In the control unit

C1

Automatic closing,
photocell safety
and 2 red w arning lights
Automatic closing
and C2 photocell safety

SCR-module,
Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit.
Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit.

C2

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C3

Automatic closing
and 2 red w arning lights

SCR-module, DIP-sw itch in the control unit.

C4

Automatic closing
Photocell safety

Photocell module

C6

Magnetic loop

Magnetic loop detector.

C7

Traffic light

DIP-sw itch in the control unit.

Photocell optics,
2 red w arning Iights

Explanation
Flashing red lights during all door movement
(door betw een limit positions).
Flashing red lights before automatic closing.
Possible w ith steady red light for closed door.

Photocell optics.

2 red w arning lights

Flashing red lights during all door movement
(door betw een limit positions).
Flashing red lights before automatic closing.
Possible w ith steady red light for closed door.

Photocell optics.
Magnetic loop kit
(40 metre w ire,
2 cable conduit 16,0 metal L750mm,
2 tube bends)
SCR-module (external box),
2 red and 2 green signal lights.

Traffic light is direction sensing.

Cable betw een the doors (3- leaded),
not included.

Function is only obtained
betw een 2 ECS 430P control units,
2 Peroll control units or
1 ECS 430P and 1 Peroll control unit.

DIP-sw itch in the control unit.

C5

Mounted externally

C8

C9

Interlocking

DIP-sw itch in the control unit

C10

Service counter

Counter

C11

One-button / Open function
Automatic closing,
photocell safety,
2 red w arning lights
and one-button / open function
Automatic closing,
photocell safety
and one-button / open function

DIP-sw itch in the control unit

C12

C13

C16

Automatic closing,
2 red w arning lights
and one-button function
Automatic closing
and one- button / open function
Photocell safety
and one- button / open function

C17

Automatic closing
and magnetic loop

C14
C15

Counts door cycles

SCR-rnodule,
Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit

Photocell optics,
2 red w arning lights

Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit

Flashing red lights during all door movement
(door betw een limit positions).
Flashing red lights before automatic closing.
Possible w ith steady red light for closed door

Photocell optics

SCR-module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit

2 red w arning lights

Flashing red lights during all door movement
(door betw een limit positions).
Flashing red lights before automatic closing.
Possible w ith steady red light for closed door

DIP-sw itch in the control unit
DIP-sw itch in the control unit

Magnetic loop detector,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit

Photocell optics
Magnetic loop kit
(40 metre w ire,
2 cable conduit 16,0 metal L750mm,
2 tube bends)

C18

C19

C20

C21

Automatic closing,
photocell safety,
2 red w arning lights
and magnetic loop

SCR-module,
Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit
Magnetic loop detector

Automatic closing,
photocell safety
and magnetic loop
Automatic closing,
photocell safety
and traffic lights

Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit
Magnetic loop detector
Photocell module,
DIP-sw itch in the control unit

Photocell optics,
2 red w arning lights,
Magnetic loop kit
(40 metre w ire,
2 cable conduit 16,0 metal L750mm,
2 tube bends)
Photocell optics,
2 red w arning lights,
Magnetic loop kit
(40 metre w ire,
2 cable conduit 16,0 metal L750mm,
2 tube bends)
Photocell optics,
SCR-module (extemal box),
2 red and 2 green signal lights

Flashing red lights during all door movement
(door betw een limit positions).
Flashing red lights before automatic closing.
Possible w ith steady red light for closed door.

Traffic light is direction sensing.

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12 DIAGRAM CDM 9
23

5
5

Brown
Blue

M

24

6

*)
15

230VAC / 10A

16

14

7

2

2

6

3

3

5

4

4

4

5

3

6
7

1

6

13

9

3
4

18
23

8
9

SW1 On =

SW2 On =

12

40
12

installationmode
installationsläge

X3

3

4

2

2

3

4

54321

1

2

force adj. mode
kraftinst.l äge

X2
123456789

1

PCB
ControlBox
/
Kontrollenhet
930A

Diode

X1

2

X4
29

8

1

Basic Wiring Diagram

21
21

7

2

X5 3

X6

51 41 31 21 11 01

1

1

1

8

5

9

X8
1

1

2

2

3

1

4

2

5

1

6

2

7

1

8

2

9

1

10 11 12 13 14 15

2

1

2

1

2

1
2
3
4

Coiled cable

P

18

4

23

15

39

10

41

42

43

44

(The installers documentation)

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10
25
17 18 19 20

S1

1

23

1-knappsfunktion

WarninglightsRED
Varningsljus RÖTT

S2

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

C-Board/
Kort

PCB

J6

31

J4

1234567

1
24

n

17 18 19 20

7

Red

IED 12

1

Black
Yellow
Shield

SPT 3

1

23

Yellow
Gul
230V

18
2

1

t1

S1

30

M

24

22
21

*)

J1
12

230VAC / 10A

6

2

5

3

4

4

3

5

2

6

1

7
1

1

2

2
3
4

18
23

8
9

3

5

12345

*)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

12

3

12345

5

X3
29

X2

X6

Interlocking, relay kit
Förregling, reläsats

X15

Int.lock

N

SW1

13
Diode

SW2

13
Diode

On = installationmode
installationsläge

X4
1

1

35

23

21

2

1

2121

2

12

14

15

1234

16

43

X12

N N N L1
1

12

2

8

7

5

*)

5

*)
230VAC
Max 16A
& lt; 10A

36

38
37

2

1

3

2

P

Coiled cable

Basic Wiring Diagram
42

43

44

with ADDITIONALS

1

3

RED

RÖD

H1

H1

GREEN
H2

Inside
Inne

41

2

H2

87 9

& lt; 10A

10

1

34

3

23

5
*)

230VAC
Max 10A

21

& lt; 10A

230VAC
Max 10A

4

5

1234

34

6

39

1

H1

24V AC

33

56

15

1

31

35
1

12

Slinga

21

X11

X12

N N N L1

N3

X5

2

X11

X14
12

On = force adj.mode
kraftinst.Läge

X8

1

1234

40

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

4

X12

N N N L1

H2

Traffic lights 48
Trafikljus

51

31

2

H1

24VAC 300 mA

12

1
2

4

1

X13

SC-Relay

31

3

18

Warninglights
Varningsljus GRÖNT

789

PCB
ControlBox Kontrollenhet A
A/

X1

1

2

H2

32

J4

789

2

4

2

1

& lt; 10A

12345678
1

3

230VAC
Max 10A

X11

7

47

*)

1

& lt; 10A

8

2

5
2

J6

C-Board/
Kort

9

1

27

400V

5

LSO LSC

1

1

17

Black
Svart

S2

5
5

1

230VAC
Max 10A

X9
23

N

LV

1234

H1

t2

Blue

Red
Röd
0V

nc

28

Brown

L1

X12

N N N L1

45

24V

T2AH

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Red
Red
Black

SPT 3

19

Red
Röd

X11

2

SC-relay
HR-relä

17

46

Red
Black
Yellow
Shield

IED 12

1

0V

F10

21 Antennkabel

24V
AC

1

S1

2

receiver
Up - stop - down function
Upp - stopp - nerfunktion
Open function
Öppnafunktion

8

X11

Photocell kit DOUBLE
Fotocellsats DUBBEL

5

10

Blue
Bl?

2

Yellow
Yellow
Shield

25

3

PCB
HR-Relay
930A
N N N L1

12

27

50

30

X8

Red
Black
yellow
Shield

Photocell kit SINGLE
Fotocellsats ENKEL

8 One-button function

24V
AC

1

FR-warning lights 49
FR-varningsljus

21 Antennkabel

receiver

Black
Yellow
Shield

SPT 3

26

7

Red

IED 12

GRÖN

H2

Outside
Ute

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Control system D-kit matrix description

There are 7 base automation kits, the D-systems:
Kit
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

Description / content
Including D7 + red lights
Including D7 + magnetic loop
PCB SCR D3 is always a part of D5 or D6
Including D7 + 2 red lights + magnetic loop
Including D3 + 2 red lights + 2 green lights (traffic lights system)
Including D3 + 2 red lights + 2 green lights (traffic lights system) + magnetic loop
the minimal kit: Interlocking 2 doors

D1

D2

D5

D6

D3

The visual difference between D3 and D7 is 1 SCR relay
on D7 and 4 SCR relays on D3 (for Red and Green lights
(see arrows).

Also a separate print Indication " Door open "
(K043446) is available for the ECS 930A control unit:
This PCB card can be used for e.g. interlocking a
leveler.

D4

D7

part.no.
K043512
K043510
K043508
K043506
K043504
K043502
K043445

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13 RADIO EQUIPMENT

Radio equipment 40 MHz

Radio equipment 433 MHz

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Radio equipment 869 MHz

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Radio equipment 40 MHz

The 40 MHz equipment is not available as Spare Part any more.
These items have become obsolete.

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Radio equipment 433 MHz

The 433 MHz equipment is not available as Spare Parts any more.
All 433 MHz equipment is replaced by the 433-MHz PLUS range.
Both systems are compatible.
For programming new equipment on existing installations see
next paragraphs.

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Radio equipment 433 MHz PLUS

About the transmitter
Shortcut for a door (433-999)
The * and # buttons are used to program a shortcut (1
selection per button) for a specific door.
If you hold down the * or # button when a number is shown on the
display for more than three seconds (display flashes) this saves
the number as the shortcut.

Switch
The transmitter must be taken apart to access the
system switch (A) and code switches (B) so that
these can be set. The switches are located as shown in
the diagram.
Battery replacement

The transmitter must be taken apart to access the battery.
Note that on transmitters with button batteries the plus
character should (+) face the plus character marked on the
battery holder.

K045625, Battery 3V
K047196,
available)

Battery

for

mini-transmitter. (SP)

(No

picture

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About the Receiver
Receiver 433 MHz PLUS
Frequency
Operating voltage
Dimensions
Enclosure

: 433MHz
: 12/24DC
: 86 x 30 x 58 mm
: IP 23, for internal
installation.
K039101, Receiver 433 Plus

Green LED
indicates signal
reception

Button for selfteach function

12/24 VDC
12/24 VDC
C
NO

C

NC
C
NO

Red LED
indicates
programming
status

Yellow LED
indicates supply
voltage

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Register a standard code
o

Press the self-teach button for at least 300 milliseconds,
longest 4 seconds.

o

Release the button Programming mode, red LED comes on

o

Enter the door number, followed by an optional function
button (With just the one-button function only the door
number, with just up-stop-down function only the function
key) Red LED flashes

o

The standard code has now been stored Red LED flashes

Register a private code
(= Standard and unique codes)

o

Press the self-teach button for at least 300 milliseconds,
longest 4 seconds

o

Press the button (longer than 1 second)

o

Private program mode, the red LED comes on

o

Enter the door number, followed by an optional function
button (With just the one-button function only the door
number, with just up-stop-down function only the function
key) Red LED flashes

o

The private code has now been stored Red LED double
flashes

Erase the programmed codes
o

Press the self-teach button for more than 6 seconds. (Red
LED goes out)

o

All programmed codes are erased.

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To ensure that the remote control system has a long
lasting and reliable operation it is very important that
the receiver and antenna are mounted correctly.
Correctly installed equipment will provide better
range and longer lifetime for the system. It will be
worthwhile spending a few minutes reading through
these instructions.

433-DP
Duopole aerial

K041765 , Arial,duopole 433MHz

K045646,
T-conn.for radio 433 MHz Plus

K039114, Wire, f.aerial 10 m

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Programming the transmitters

433-1
433-3
433-999

PLUS (K045613)
PLUS (K045614)
PLUS (K045619)

The transmitter and receiver are coded together so
that they then have a common code.
Program as follows:
o

Check that the transmitter's system switch (A) is in the ON
position.

o

Set an own code on the transmitter's code switches (B) 110.

o

Press the self-teach button (C) on the receiver. The red
LED comes on (programming mode 6 seconds)

o

Press the required door number button (1-15) on the
transmitter.

Check that the relay switches when one of the transmitter's
buttons is pressed in.

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Programming the transmitters:
433-01
433-06
433-015

PLUS (K045612)
PLUS (K045615)
PLUS (K045618)

The transmitter and receiver are coded together so
that they then have a common code.
Program as follows:
o

Check that the transmitter's system switch (A) is in the ON
position.

o

Set an own code on the transmitter's code switches (B) 110.

o

Press the self-teach button (C) on the receiver. The red
LED comes on (programming mode 6 seconds)

o

Press the required door number button (1-999) and an
optional function button (up-stop-down) on the transmitter
(approx. 3 seconds).

Check that the relay switches when one of the transmitter's
buttons is pressed in.

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Supplementing old 433 MHz installations 1.

Programming the transmitter 433-999 PLUS to an "old" 433receiver and a 433-93 (type truck transmitter) in the existing
installation.
o

Set the transmitter's system switch (A) in the 1 position.
(off)

o

Check that the code switch (B) 9 is in the + (plus) position.

o

Set an identical code on the transmitter's three first
switched (code switches 1-3) as set on the receiver. (The
transmitter's code switches 4-8 and 10 are not used).

o

Check that the relay switches when one of the transmitter's
button is pressed.

433-999

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13.6 Supplementing old 433 MHz
installations 2.
Programming the PLUS transmitter 433-1, 433-01 and
433-06 to an "old" 433-receiver and small 433transmitters) in the existing installation. (Not Robust).
o

Set the transmitter's system switch (A) in the 1
position. (off)

o

For 433-1 or 433-01 transmitters proceed as follows:

o

Set an identical code on the
transmitter's
code switches (B) 1-4) as
set
on
the
existing
receiver. Set the
code switch 10 to the minus position
(5-9 are not used).

o

For 433-06 transmitter proceed as follows:

433-01

o Set an identical code on the transmitter's code
switches (B) 1-4, as set on the existing receiver.
Set the code switch 10 to the minus
position (5-9
are not used).
o

Check that the relay switches when one of the transmitter's
button is pressed.

433-03

433-06

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13.7 Supplementing old 433 MHz
installations 3.
Programming the PLUS transmitter 433-1, 433-01 and
433-06 to an "old" 433-receiver and robust
transmitters.
433-01

o

Set the transmitter's system switch (A) in the 1
position. (off)

o

For 433-1 or 433-01 transmitters proceed as follows:

o

Set an identical code on the transmitter's code switches (B)
1-8) as set on the existing receiver. (9-10 are not used).

o

For 433-3 and 433-06 transmitter proceed as follows:

o

Set an identical code on the transmitter's code switches (B)
1-4, as set on the existing receiver. (9 is not used)

o

Set the code switch 10 to the minus or plus position
depending on the code table used on the other Robust
transmitters being used

433-03

433-06

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Coding tables

Setting the code on the receiver to operate with the"old" 433-06 /
433-10 transmitter switches 1-4 should have the same setting on
both the transmitter and receiver.
Table for 10 Doors

Plus (+) code

Minus (-) code

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Setting the code on the receiver to operate with the "old" 43393 transmitter

Note that the positions A0=D0, B0=E0, C0=F0
Switches 1-3 should have the same settings on both the
transmitter and receiver.
Table for 93 Doors

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o
o
o
o
o
o
o

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Radio equipment 869 MHz
New ergonomic design - with high quality
Easy to install - easy programming
Safe with secure data transmission
Each transmitter is supplied with a unique code
The receiver can manage 100 unique codes (AGM: 500
unique codes)
The receiver is programmed via the handheld transmitter
Possibility to operate up to 999 doors
Robust

Battery replacement
The transmitter must be taken apart to access the battery.
Note that on transmitters with button batteries the plus character
should (+) face the plus character marked on the battery holder.
About the transmitter
Shortcut for a door (869-999)
The * and # buttons are used to program a shortcut (1 selection
per button) for a specific door.
If you hold down the * or # button when a number is shown on the
display for more than three
Seconds (display fl ashes) this saves the number as the shortcut.

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13.10 Transmitters in the 869MHz program
Transmitter 869-1 K047181
with function buttons
Up - Stop - Down.
Transmitter 869-3 K047182
with function buttons
Up - Stop - Down.
For 3 doors.
Transmitter 869-O1 K047180
with One button function.
For 1 door.
Transmitter 869-O6 K047183
with One button function.
For 6 doors.
Transmitter 869-O15 K047184
with One button function.
For 15 doors.

Transmitter 869-999 K047185
with function buttons
Up - Stop - Down.
For up to 999 doors.

For latest info see Spare Parts Catalogue

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13.11 Receivers in the 869MHz program
DIN Receiver 869

Up to 100 unique codes (transmitters)

Frequency:
Operating voltage:
Dimensions:
Enclosure:
installation

869 MHz
12/24V AC/DC
86 x 30 x 58 mm
IP 23, for internal

WR Receiver 869

Frequency: 869 MHz
Operating voltage: 12/24V AC/DC
Dimensions: 120 x 103 x 44 mm
Enclosure: IP 65, for external installation

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WR Receiver 869

Button for self
teach function (A)

Green LED
indicates
signal
reception

Yellow LED
indicates
supply voltage

WR 869 / AGM WR 869

Red LED shows
the programming
status

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AGM WR Receiver 869
o
o
o
o
o

Frequency: 869 MHz
Operating voltage: 12/24V AC/DC
Dimensions: 120 x 103 x 44 mm
Enclosure: IP 65, for external installation
AGM WR Receiver 869 is used together with an Onebutton transmitter and/or with a transmitter with Up-StopDown functions.

Programming the AGM WR Receiver

The receiver can be programmed to accept up to 500 different
transmitters, where each transmitter has its own unique IDcode. It is recommended to keep a log of transmitter serial
numbers that have been programmed into the receiver and on
which position. It could also be useful to log which user has
access to which transmitter.
For programming the ID codes see document K046727, RADIO
869MHz Installation & Programming

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Magnetic loop - connection diagram

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112131415

Position

Sensitivity 0,5,15,05,02 0,5,15 ,05 ,02 0,5,15 ,05 ,02 0,5,15 ,05 ,02
Presence 5 min
120 min 5 min
120 min
Frequency
High
Low
SWITCH SETTINGS
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Select required switch position
Fault
Flash Rate
High sens. = ,02
1 Hz
Open Circuit Loop
Low sens. = 0,5
Short Circuit Loop or faulty oscillator 2 Hz
2) On application of
LED FAULT INDICATION
power detector will
retune in & lt; 2 sec
Presence
3) Observe detection
of vehicles on LED
Loop
Pulse
Safety
Earth
Supply

1

11

CONNECTIONS - Viewed from base

Mode switch position
Frequency mode:

HIGH

Presence time (minutes):
Low
med. Low
Sensitivity:
med. High
High

5
0
1
2
3

120
4
5
6
7

SOCKET CONNECTION

Presencerelay

Yellow
Grey

Pulserelay

Line

Orange
Black
Red

5

6

7

4

8
9

3
10

2
1

11

White

Yellow/Green

Blue

Brown

Loop
Green

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LOW
5
8
9
10
11

120
12
13
14
15

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15 REDUCED OPENING - ECS 430 P - CDM 5
Disengage

X1:

n & gt;

1

2

S1

3

S2

4

S3

5

24 VAC

n.c.

n.o.

c

c

n.c.

n.o.

n.o.

n.c.

c

S1

S2

X4:1

S3

1

reduced door opening CDM 5
reduzierter Toröffnung CDM 5
1/2 deur opening CDM 5

1/2

X4:2

4

1

3

2

6

7

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(25)

(24)
4

(26)

X4:3

7

UN

3

WV

2

N

5

1
2
3

1

X4:1

6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

(25a)

X4:2

X1

4

16 REDUCED OPENING ECS 430P - CDM6

(25b)
O

I

K-33282

ABS

Voor gemonteerd

1

2

3

25
a

25

a
2

3

25

25
24

2

3 NO

1 NC

4

1

25
b

24

25
b
26

26

1/2

1

PS1

ECS 430P

(25)

(46)

(44)

2

3

7

5

1

4

(26)

(24)

X4:3

6

1

1
2
3

1/2

X4:1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

X4:2

X1

4

1

(25a)

<<

(25b)

s

Additionalsystem

ECS 400 CDM-6
Reduced Door travel
(P)

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17 REDUCED OPENING - ECS 930A / 940A* - CDM 9
*) the ECS 940A for the 855 does not have reduced
door travel
Installing the reduced door travel (K043434) (reduced
door opening) on an ECS 930A:

Dip Switch S2:2 (in the LID of the ECS 930A) is used
to set the position for reduced opening.

o

Change-over switch in the lid for fully open and reduced position.

13
12
10

open outside
open inside

7

6

8

7

9

8

9

11

2
1

reduced
door opening

interlocking

5
4

3

extra safety
one button

2

1

3

ON

2

D3 SW1

D5 D4

4

6

5

X6

PHOTOCELL

X2
RECEIVER

2
1
2

C.PROC

3

SW2
D6 ON

DOWN UP

X5

STOP

1

X4

X3

(SP)K043575
K-43501.2

15

Turn the DIP Switch S2:2 switch ON and directly OFF to store the position in
memory.

14

o

4

Put the door in the wanted position.

3

o

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10 11 12 13 14 15

X8

1

X1

open function

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18 DIPSWITCH SETTINGS - ECS 930A/ 940A - CDM 9
S1:1 unused.
S1:2 unused.
S1:3 ON gives flashing red light between the limit positions. (Only at Warning lights, not at Traffic lights).
S1:4 ON gives red light at fully closed door. (Both at Warning and Traffic lights)
One always gets green light at fully open door if it is connected, no adjustments.
S1:5 ON gives flashing red light before automatic closing (t2).
S1:5 OFF gives red light before automatic closing (t2).
(S1:5 ON and OFF are only valid at Warning lights not at Traffic lights).
S1:6 ON disengages &quot; Open outside &quot; command at Traffic lights for 10 seconds in order to avoid unwanted
activation from, for instance, outer magnetic loop on the way out.
S1:7 ON gives direction sensing Traffic lights (controls opposing traffic by red and green light).
S1:7 OFF gives Warning lights.
S1:8 ON gives FR-function. (All commands except safety are delayed 2,5 seconds while warning lights are
flashing). At automatic closing t2 is replaced by the 2,5 seconds. At Traffic lights one gets a steady light during
t 2.
S2:1 ON gives DK-function (The Door (Operator) goes always over into dead man's grip down if the safety edge
has been activated.)
S2:2 is used to set the position for reduced opening. (Put the Door in the wanted position; turn the switch ONOFF. Change-over switch in the lid for fully open and reduced position).
S2:3 ON gives automatic closing after passing of the safety photocell and fully open door. (Can be combined
with S2:5 ON). Works also from reduced open door, safety photocell is then demanded. NOTE! If the Door
during automatic closing for some reason is reversed a new acknowledgement signal to the automatic closing
function is demanded in order for the Door to close automatically. The same thing goes if the stop function has
been activated. Example: If passing of the safety photocell has reversed the Door, one has to pass the safety
photocell one more time in order to close automatically.
S2:3 OFF gives automatic closing from fully open door (Not working from reduced open door, not allowed).
S2:4 ON doubles the adjusted time on t1 if no acknowledgement has been given, and cuts it by half if
acknowledgement is given (Both the safety photocell and additional safety are able to give acknowledgement).
S2:5 ON gives automatic closing after additional safety, connected to X8:5-6, has been activated (can be
combined with S2:3 ON) NOTE! Additional safety is working with a normally open contact.
S2:6 ON gives a memory (open) to an interlocked door. If an interlocked door is given an open command it will
store this and open when it is not interlocked anymore.
S2:7 unused.
S2:8 unused.
Potentiometer t1: Time for automatic closing without flashing signal, 4-80 seconds.
Potentiometer t2: Time for flashing signal before closing, 3-32 seconds.
Total time (always): t1+t2.


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