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Manuale di installazione e
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automazioni per cancelli
scorrevoli.
Installation and mainte-
nance manual for sliding
gate automatic system .
Manuel d'installation et
d'entretien pour
automatisme pour portails
coulissants
Montage und Wartungs-
handbuch für Schiebetore
Automatisierung
Manual de instalaciòn y
manutenciòn para
automatizaciòn de
cancelas de corredera.
CS 61E / CS 61
IP1580 30/06/99
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  • Page 1

    CS 61E / CS 61
    Manuale di installazione e
    manutenzione
    per
    automazioni per cancelli
    scorrevoli.
    Installation and maintenance manual for sliding
    gate automatic system .
    Manuel d'installation et
    d'entretien
    pour
    automatisme pour portails
    coulissants
    Montage und Wartungshandbuch für Schiebetore
    Automatisierung

    IP1580 30/06/99

    Manual de instalaciòn y
    manutenciòn
    para
    automatizaciòn
    de
    cancelas de corredera.



  • Page 2

    INDICE

    3
    4-5
    6
    7
    7
    7
    8
    9
    9
    9
    9
    10

    INDEX

    Standard installation ........................................................................................................................................ page
    Illustration.......................................................................................................................................................... page
    General safety precautions .............................................................................................................................. page
    Technical data.................................................................................................................................................... page
    Reference to illustrations.................................................................................................................................. page
    Installation..........................................................................................................................................................page
    Electrical connections CS61E........................................................................................................................... page
    Starting-up..........................................................................................................................................................page
    Electrical connections CS61............................................................................................................................. page
    Maintenance program........................................................................................................................................page
    Trouble shooting .............................................................................................................................................. page
    Operating instruction.........................................................................................................................................page

    3
    4-5
    11
    12
    12
    12
    13
    14
    14
    14
    14
    15

    INDEX

    Installation type ............................................................................................................................................... page
    Elements .......................................................................................................................................................... page
    Consignes generales de securité..................................................................................................................... page
    Donnees tecniques............................................................................................................................................ page
    Elements....................... .................................................................................................................................... page
    Installation......................................................................................................................................................... page
    Raccordement electriques CS61E.................................................................................................................... page
    Demarrage......................................................................................................................................................... page
    Raccordement electriques CS61..................................................................................................................... page
    Entretien periodique......................................................................................................................................... page
    Recherche pannes ........................................................................................................................................... page
    Instructions d’utilisation................................................................................................................................... page

    3
    4-5
    16
    17
    17
    17
    18
    19
    19
    19
    19
    20

    ANGABE

    Standard Montage ............................................................................................................................................ pag.
    Abbildungen ..................................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Allgemeine Sicherheitshinweise...................................................................................................................... pag.
    Technischen Daten............................................................................................................................................ pag.
    Verweis auf Abbildungen................................................................................................................................. pag.
    Montage............................................................................................................................................................. pag.
    Elektrische Anschlüsse CS61E........................................................................................................................ pag.
    Anlauf................................................................................................................................................................ pag.
    Elektrische Anschlüsse CS61.......................................................................................................................... pag.
    Regelmässige Instandhaltung.......................................................................................................................... pag.
    Fehlersuche ...................................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Bedienungsanleitung.........................................................................................................................................pag.

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    4-5
    21
    22
    22
    22
    23
    24
    24
    24
    24
    25

    Installaciòn tipo ................................................................................................................................................ pàg.
    Elementos ........................................................................................................................................................ pàg.
    Advertencias generales de seguridad............................................................................................................. pàg.
    Datos tecnicos................................................................................................................................................... pàg.
    Referencias de las ilustraciones...................................................................................................................... pàg.
    Installacion........................................................................................................................................................ pàg.
    Conexiones eléctricas CS61E .......................................................................................................................... pàg.
    Arranque ........................................................................................................................................................... pàg.
    Conexiones eléctricas CS61. .......................................................................................................................... pàg.
    Mantenimiento.................................................................................................................................................. pàg.
    Busqueda de averias ....................................................................................................................................... pàg.
    Instrucciones de uso......................................................................................................................................... pàg.

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    4-5
    26
    27
    27
    27
    28
    29
    29
    29
    29
    30

    INDICE

    Installazione tipo .............................................................................................................................................. pag.
    Illustrazioni ....................................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Avvertenze generali per la sicurezza................................................................................................................ pag.
    Dati tecnici......................................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Riferimenti illustrazioni .................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Installazione....................................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Collegamenti elettrici CS61E ............................................................................................................................pag.
    Avviamento........................................................................................................................................................ pag.
    Collegamenti elettrici CS61.............................................................................................................................. pag.
    Piano di manutenzione..................................................................................................................................... pag.
    Ricerca guasti .................................................................................................................................................. pag.
    Istruzioni d’uso.................................................................................................................................................. pag.

    DITEC S.P.A - IP1580 30/06/99 - CS61/CS61E

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    I

    Impianto tipo

    UK Standard installation
    F Installation type
    D Standard Montage
    E Instalaciòn tipo
    2
    6

    6

    3
    5
    2x1.5 mm²

    5

    4x0.5 mm²
    TX - 4x0.5 mm²

    RX-4x0.5 mm²
    4

    3x1

    .5

    mm

    ²

    7

    8
    1

    Fig. 1

    3

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  • Page 4

    13

    20

    200

    12

    11 10 9

    95

    315

    110

    275

    14 15

    100
    200
    fig. 2

    fig. 3

    min. 30
    max 5 mm

    D

    80

    F

    G

    130

    200

    E

    B
    270

    fig. 4

    DITEC S.P.A - IP1580 30/06/99 - CS61/CS61E

    fig. 5

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    2÷3

    H

    fig. 6

    fig. 7

    ~20

    fig. 8

    DIP1 OFF

    fig. 9

    DIP1 ON

    fig. 10

    CS61

    NERO / BLACK

    M
    1~

    com

    BLU / BLUE
    BIANCO/WHITE

    A

    U
    W
    V

    16 µF
    NERO / BLACK

    FC1 / 11

    BLU / BLUE

    COM / 0

    BIANCO/WHITE

    FC2 / 12

    C
    fig. 11
    5

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    MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
    Pursuant to Machinery Directive (98/37/EC) the installer who motorises a door or gate has the same obligations as the manufacturer of
    machinery and as such must:
    - prepare the technical file which must contain the documents indicated in Annex V of the Machinery Directive; (The technical file must
    be kept and placed at the disposal of competent national authorities for at least ten years from the date of manufacture of the
    motorised door);
    - draft the EC declaration of conformity in accordance with Annex II-A of the Machinery Directive;
    - affix the CE marking on the power operated door in accordance with point 1.7.3 of Annex I of the Machinery Directive.
    For more information consult the “Technical Manual Guidelines” available on Internet at the following address: http://www.seisnet.it/ditec/
    APPLICATIONS
    Maximum permissible weight: 600 kg
    Recommended weight: 400
    Service life: 3 (minimum 10÷5 years of working life with 30÷60 cycles a day)
    Applications: FREQUENT (For vehicle or pedestrian accesses to town houses or small condominiums with frequent use).
    Minimum number of consecutive cycles: 15





    Performance characteristics are to be understood as referring to the recommended weight (approx. 2/3 of maximum permissible
    weight). A reduction in performance is to be expected when the access is made to operate at the maximum permissible weight.
    Service class, running times, and the number of consecutive cycles are to be taken as merely indicative having been statistically
    determined under average operating conditions, and are therefore not necessarily applicable to specific conditions of use. During
    given time spans product performance characteristics will be such as not to require any special maintenance.
    The actual performance characteristics of each automatic access may be affected by independent variables such as friction, balancing
    and environmental factors, all of which may substantially alter the performance characteristics of the automatic access or curtail its
    working life or parts thereof (including the automatic devices themselves). When setting up, specific local conditions must be duly
    borne in mind and the installation adapted accordingly for ensuring maximum durability and trouble-free operation.

    DECLARATION BY THE MANUFACTURER
    (Directive 98/37/EC, Annex II, sub B)
    Manufacturer:
    DITEC S.p.A.
    Address:
    via Mons. Banfi, 3 - 21042 Caronno Pertusella (VA) - ITALY
    Herewith declares that the electromechanical automatic system series CS61E-CS61
    - is intended to be incorpored into machinery or to be assembled with other machinery to constitute machinery convered by Directive
    98/37/EC, as amended;
    - is in conformity with the provisions of the following other EEC directives:
    Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC, as amended;
    Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, as amended;
    and furthermore declares that it is not allowed to put the machinery into service until the machinery into which it is to be incorporated or
    of which it is to be a component has been found and declared to be in conformity with the provisions of Directive 98/37/EC and with
    national implementing legislation.
    Caronno Pertusella, 03/06/1999.
    Fermo Bressanini
    (Chairman)

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    DITEC S.P.A - IP1580 30/06/99 - CS61/CS61E

    ENGLISH

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    This installation manual is intended for professionally competent personnel only.
    The installation, the electrical connections and the settings must be completed in conformity with good workmanship and
    with the laws in force.
    Read the instructions carefully before beginning to install the product. Incorrect installation may be a source of danger.
    Packaging materials (plastics, polystyrene, etc) must not be allowed to litter the environment and must be kept out of the reach of children
    for whom they may be a source of danger.
    Before beginning the installation check that the product is in perfect condition.
    Do not install the product in explosive areas and atmospheres: the presence of flammable gas or fumes represents a serious threat to
    safety.
    Before installing the motorisation device, make all the structural modifications necessary in order to create safety clerance and to guard
    or isolate all the compression, shearing, trapping and general danger areas.
    Check that the existing structure has the necessary strength and stability.
    The manufacturer of the motorisation device is not responsible for the non-observance of workmanship in the costruction of the frames to
    be motorised , nor for deformations that may be occur during use.
    The safety devices (photoelectric cells, mechanical obstruction sensor, emergency stop, etc) must be installed taking into account: the
    provisions and the directives in force, good workmanship criteria, the installation area, the funtional logic of the system and the forces
    developed by the motorised door or gate.
    The safety devices must protect against compression, shearing, trapping and general danger areas of the motorized door or gate.
    Display the signs required by law to identify danger areas.
    Each installation must bear a visible indication of the data identifying the motorised door or gate.
    Before connecting to the mains check that the rating is correct for the destination power requirements.
    A multipolar isolation switch with minimum contact gaps of 3 mm must be included in the mains supply.
    Check that upstream of the electrical installation there is an adequate differential switch and a suitable circuit breaker.
    Ensure that the motorised door or gate has an earth terminal in accordance with the safety regulations in force.
    The manufacturer of the motorising device declines all responsability in cases where components which are incompatible with the safe
    and correct operation of the product only original spare parts must be used.
    For repairs or replacements of products only original spare parts must be used.
    The fitter must supply all information corcerning the automatic, the manual and emergency operation of the motorised door or gate, and
    must provide the user the device with the operating instructions.



  • Page 7

    1. TECHNICAL DATA
    Power supply
    Absorption
    Motor power
    Torque
    Max. run
    Max. door weight
    Speed
    Intermittence
    Temperature
    Degree of protection
    Weight

    230 V~ 50 Hz
    2A
    250 W
    700 N
    13 m
    600 kg
    0.18 m/s
    S2 = 15 min. / S3 = 25%
    -15 °C / +50 °C
    IP54
    12.7 kg

    2. REFERENCE TO ILLUSTRATIONS

    ENGLISH

    2.1 Standard installation references (fig. 1)
    ATTENTION: Only use DITEC’s safety devices and accessories for installation.
    1
    2
    3
    4

    Radio
    5 Geared motor + Electrical board
    8 Opening and closing stop
    Flashing light
    6 Photocells
    Key selector
    7 Rubber hip / Sensitive hip
    Connect power supply to an omni-pole switch with a contact opening gap of no less that 3 mm (not supplied
    by us)

    2.2 Geared motor references (fig. 2)
    9
    10
    11
    12

    13 Electrical board
    14 Limit-switch spring
    15 Pinion

    Geared motor
    Carter
    Release access door
    Release

    3. INSTALLATION
    3.1 Preliminary checks
    Check for gate stability and that the slide wheels are in good condition and the top guides do not cause any
    friction. The slideway must be securely anchored to the ground and fully exposed along its full length. It must be
    perfectly smooth so as to avoid jamming of the gate.
    Provide an opening and closing stop.
    Make sure that the gate is securely inserted in the slideway so that it cannot come out of the
    slideway and fall.
    Geared motor installation
    Unless otherwise specified, all measurements are expressed in millimetres.
    3.2 (Fig. 4) Lay a concrete foundation with buried anchoring brackets and the base plate, making sure that it is
    pefectly level and smooth. Allow for 80 mm between the plate axis and the rack B . Route the cable ducts
    through the two holes in the middle of the plate.
    3.3 (Fig. 5) Open the release access door 11 , loosen the screw that locks the carter and lift it. Insert the
    ancoring feet
    G at the gear motor base. Position the geared motor on to the base plate. Adjusting
    gearmotor: horizontally by sliding in the ancoring feet notches, vertically with the 4 levelling screws D :
    while adjusting vertically, keep the motor slightly raised above the base plate so as to allow enough
    space to secure the rack and to make any subsequent adjustments, if necessary.
    3.4 (Fig. 6) Secure the rack by disengaging the geared motor and opening the gate. Place the rack on pinion
    15 and move the gate manually to secure the rack along its full length. Once the rack has been secured,
    vertically adjust the geared motor so as to have a gap of 2 to 3 mm between the pinion and the rack. Finally,
    firmly secure the geared motor by fitting shims E and washers F .
    3.5 (Fig. 7, 8) Adjusting limit switch: secure the limit stop skids H on to the rack so that the gate stops about
    20 mm before reaching the stop.

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  • Page 8

    4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS CS61E

    CONTROL BOARD

    Q.E. D61
    F2

    F1

    U W V

    DIP1
    ON
    OFF

    12 11 0 1 5 6 8 9

    com

    L N

    RF TC R1

    Limit switch
    Release micro
    Limit switch

    FC2
    COM
    FC1

    16 µF

    - +
    24 V

    / 0.15 A

    F1 = F5 A line
    F2 = F315 mA accessories

    ENGLISH

    230 V~

    M
    1~

    WARNING:

    4.1 Controls
    CONTACT

    Link up all N.C. contacts (if not used) by means of jumpers.
    The terminal bearing the same number are equivalent.

    FUNCTION

    DESCRIPTION

    1

    5 (N.O.) STEP BY STEP

    With TC at maximum: “open-stop-close” sequence.
    With TC not at maximum: “open-close/automatic
    closure” sequence. The closing control can operate
    when the gate is standing opened.

    1

    6 (N.C.)

    STOP SAFETY
    CONTACT

    It stops and/or prevents any movement.

    1

    8 (N.C.)

    REVERSAL SAFETY
    CONTACT

    Reverses movement (re-opens) during closing.
    When door is not moving, inhibits all operation.

    1

    9 (N.C.)

    EMERCENCY
    STOP

    By opening the 1-9 contact the gate stops or remains
    still and the automatic closing is disabled.

    STEP BY STEP

    It has the same function as the 1-5 control.

    REMOTE CONTROL
    Parallel connection
    of automatic controls

    This model does not permit the running of two motors
    in parallel.

    4.2. Output and accessories
    1
    0

    +
    -

    Accessories power supply. 24V / 0.15A (nominal) / 0.3 A (peak) output
    for powering of external accessories including gate state lamp.

    1

    11

    Lamp (24 V / 1.5 W) gate open with DIP1 ON, closed gate lamp with
    DIP1 OFF.

    1

    12

    Lamp (24 V / 1.5 W) gate close with DIP1 OFF, open gate lamp with
    DIP1 ON.

    W

    N

    Flashing light. 230 V~/ 100 W max. output. It is lighting during the opening
    and closing operation. With automatic closure mode the flashing begins
    3 s before the end of the setted time of TC, with TC lesser 3 s the flashing
    lasts as long as the break time.

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  • Page 9

    4.3 Setting and adjustments
    TC - Automatic closure time. From 0 to 120 s, with TC from 0 to 3/4 turn. The counting begins:
    - at the end of the opening operation and lasts as long as the time set on the TC trimmer;
    - after a safety device has operated (1-6 / 1-8) and lasts half the time set on the TC.
    TC at maximum disable the automatic closure. Warning: the position of TC (which enables or disables automatic
    closing ) also selects the function of control 1-5.
    RF - Power adjustment. Setting of RF from min to max selects min to max power. The motor always starts up
    at max power and after 1 s switches over to the power set via RF.
    R1 - Obstacle detection adjustment. The electric board is fitted with a safety device which, in case of an
    obstacle being detected, causes the gate to stop moving when it is opening and to reverse movement when it is
    closing. With trimmer R1 at minimum there is maximum sensitivity. With R1 at maximum the function is cut out.
    DIP1 - Selection of movement direction OFF = opening toward the right, ON = opening toward the left (see
    fig. 9 and 10).
    5. STARTING UP

    ENGLISH

    WARNING: the operations regarding point 5.2 are without safety devices.
    the trimmer can only be adjusted with gate not moving (RF excluded).
    5.1. Set TC, RF and R1 at maximum. Short circuit the safety devices and the stop device. Select desired
    movement direction by means of DIP1 (see fig. 9 and 10).
    5.2. Power and check the gate functions correctly with a sequence of step-by-step commands. Check the action
    of the limit switches.
    5.3. Remove the jumpers and connect the safety devices (1-6 and 1-8) and the stop (1-9). Check their function.
    5.4. Adjust the automatic closure with TC. Warning: the automatic closure time after the operation of one of
    the safety devices is half the set time.
    5.5. Put RF in the position which ensures functioning and the safety of the user.
    5.6. After having set RF, set the obstacle detection sensitivity with R1.
    5.7. Connect any accessories and check their function.
    5.8. Re-fit the casing and make sure that the stop microswitch tripped by release door 11 is properly operating.
    6. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION CS61
    Connect the motor and limit switches to the control panel as in figure 11. A and C refer to opening and closing limit switch.
    7. TROUBLE SHOOTING
    PROBLEM
    Gate fails to open and close.

    Gate opens but fails to close.

    External safeties fail to trigger.
    Flashing light not work.

    POSSIBLE CAUSE
    Power failure.
    F1/F2 fuse blown.
    Safety contacts open.
    Geared motor released.

    REMEDY
    Check for power supply from mains.
    Change fuse.
    Check terminals 6, 8 and 9 in the E. B.
    Check that release door is locked and that
    release microswitch is pressed.
    Radio control not working.
    Check for proper installation and activation of
    the radio device (TX and RX).
    Check terminal 8 of the E.B.
    Safety contacts open.
    Photocells activated.
    Check that photocells are clean and properly
    working
    Check that TC trimmer is not set to maximum.
    Automatic closure not working.
    Incorrect wiring between photocells and the Connect N.C. safety contact in series and
    remove any jumpers.
    Electric Board.
    Bulb blown.
    Replace with a 230 V bulb.

    8. MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (each 6 month)
    Power off (230 V~ mains and batteries, if installed)
    - Check gate/gear motor alignment and the distance (2-3 mm) between the mouth of the pinion and the crest of the rack.
    - Clean the wheel slideways, the rack and the pinion of the geared motor.
    Power on (230 V~ mains and batteries)
    - Check the functioning of the limit switches (the gate must come to a halt ~ 20 mm before the stop)
    - Check the power adjustments.
    - Check the operation of all command and safety functions (photocells).
    ATTENTION: For spare parts, see the spares price list.

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  • Page 10

    Automation for sliding gates

    ENGLISH

    TEAR OFF AND DELIVER TO USER

    Operating instruction CS61E, CS61

    RELEASE INSTRUCTION
    In case of faulty operation or power failure, insert and rotate the key anticlockwise. Open the door and rotate the
    release knob anticlockwise. Manually slide the gate open
    To re-lock the gate, rotate the knob clockwise without tightening, slightly move the gate and finally fully tighten
    down the knob. To return to automatic mode, lock the door with the key.
    WARNING: If the door is opened, the limit switch common is opened thus preventing all operations.
    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    The following precautions are an integral and essential part of the product and must be supplied to the user.
    Read them carefully as they contain important indications for the safe installation, use and maintenace.
    These instruction must be kept and forwarded to all possible future user of the system. This product must be used only for that which it has
    been expressely designed. Any other use is to be considered improper and therefore dangerous.
    The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for possible damage caused by improper, erroneous or unresonable use.
    Avoid operating in the proximity of the hinges or moving mechanical parts. Do not enter the field of action of the motorised door or gate
    while in motion. Do not obstruct the motion of the motorised door or gate as this may cause a situation of danger.
    Do not lean against or hang on to the barrier when it is moving.
    Do not allow children to play or stay within the field of action of the motorised door or gate.
    Keep remote control or any other control devices out of the reach of children, in order to avoid possible involuntary activation of the
    motorised door or gate. In case of breack down or malfunctioning of the product, disconnect from mains, do not attempt to repair or
    intervene directly and contact only qualified personnel. Failure to comply with the above may create a situation of danger.
    All cleaning, maintenance or repair work must be carried out by qualified personnel.
    In order to guarantee that the system works efficiently and correctly it is indispensable to comply with the manufacturer’s indications thus
    having the periodic maintenance of the motorised door or gate carried out by qualified personnel.
    In particular regular checks are recommended in order to verify that the safety devices are operating correctly.
    All installation, maintenance and repair work must be documented and made available to the user.

    DITEC S.p.A.
    Via Mons. Banfi, 3
    21042 Caronno P.lla (VA) Italy
    Tel.02/963911 - Fax 02/9650314
    www.ditec.it

    ISO 9001 - Cert. n° 0957/0






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