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SAFETY GUIDE 2
TECHNICAL FILE (Facsimile) 8
INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER (Troubleshooting table) 25
EC SERIES ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNITS 26
ES SERIES ACTUATORS FOR SLIDING GATES 33
EASERIES ACTUATOR FOR SWING GATES 37
ZASERIES ACTUATORS WITH ARTICULATED ARM FOR SWING GATES 40
ZI SERIES UNDERGROUND ACTUATORS FOR SWING GATES 43
INSTALLATION OF MECHANICAL GATE STOPS (Electric lock type ZD04, locking latch type ZD06) 47
EB SERIES ACTUATORS FOR HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED COUNTERWEIGHTED DOORS 49
ZN SERIES ACTUATORS FOR SECTIONALAND HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED COUNTERWEIGHTED OR SPRING DOORS 56
ZBR, ZBS and ZBD SERIES AUTOMATIC BARRIERS 68
MOBILE BARRIER SUPPORT Type ZBRM 76
ZP SERIES GEARMOTORS FOR SHUTTERS 77
CONTROL UNIT FOR SHUTTERS Type ZPC1 80
ARMOUR PLATED METAL CASE FOR SHUTTERS Type ZPB1 83
ZV SERIES GEARMOTORS FOR BLINDS AND SUN AWNINGS 84
CONTROL UNIT FOR BLINDS TYPE ZVC1 86
EL SERIES FLASHING LIGHTS 89
EL SERIES AERIALS 90
ET SERIES RADIO CONTROLS 91
EF SERIES PHOTOCELLS 92
ED SERIES KEY SWITCHES 97
MAGNETIC KEY SWITCH TYPE ZD10 AND MAGNETIC CODED KEY TYPE ZD11 99
MAGNETIC KEY SWITCH TYPE ZD12 AND CODED KEY TYPE ZD13 101
MAGNETIC MASS DETECTOR TYPE ZR01 AND MAGNETIC LOOP TYPE ZRS1 102
ZX SERIES TRIMS 105
1-CHANNEL OR 4-CHANNEL RADIO MODULES WITH OR WITHOUT RECEIVER 107
AMPLIFIED SERIES BLOCK DIAGRAM 108
INSTALLATION DIAGRAMS 109
WIRING DIAGRAMS 132
CONTENTS
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IMPORTANT APPENDIX FOR INSTALLERS OF ELVOX AUTOMATIC GATE SYSTEMS
Directives in force
Low voltage: 73/23/EC, 93/68/EC
Electromagnetic compatibility: 89/336/EC, 92/31/EC, 93/68/EC
R&TTE: 99/5/EC
Machinery: 98/37/EC, 98/79/EC
Building materials: 86/106/EC, 93/68/EC
The aim of the new European Standards for automated closures is to define:
1. the minimum level of technical, construction and operating specifications.
2. the respective test methods for devices used in the finished product and the control and protection system against possible inju-
ries deriving from normal use of the different types of automated closures.
On 1st May 2001, UNI, the Italian standards organisation, withdrew Italian standard UNI 8612, which is replaced by European stan-
dards EN 13241-1, UNI EN 12604, UNI EN 12605, UNI EN 12445, UNI EN 12453 and UNI EN 12978, which assimilate the Building
Materials Directive.
The mandatory assessment of conformity of an automated closure must comply with the prescriptions of these standards, and
technical documentation must be provided as evidence of the activities carried out (report on tests and checks, technical file, instruc-
tions, etc.)
IMPORTANT: the following must not be deemed to replace the standards in question; in any event, the standards in force and their
updates must be referred to and consulted.
RESPONSIBILITY
The law states that the entity responsible for the commissioning of an automated closure is also responsible for its safety.
The installer has full responsibility for:
1. execution of the system in accordance with sound engineering practice (Law 46/90, art. 7).
2. use of conforming materials.
3. handover to the customer of the documents containing:
- operating instructions and warnings for the safe use of the installation,
- ordinary maintenance instructions,
- Declaration of Conformity,
- maintenance and test log book.
LEGAL DUTIES
The European Commission has established that ALL AUTOMATED CLOSURES (powered doors and gates and similar) fall
within the field of application of the MACHINERY DIRECTIVE. As such, the addition of an automatic system to a new manual
closure makes the latter a machine, and the entity which undertakes the transformation must meet the prescriptions of the Machinery
Directive (MD, 89/392/EEC - assimilated in Italian presidential decree No. 459 of 24/07/96).
The Machinery Directive states that installers of the automatic gate or door system have the same duties as the manufac-
turer of a machine, i.e. they must:
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Compile the technical file (to be kept for 10 years
and made available for inspection by the authorities)
Risk analysis
Mechanical
design
Electrical
design
Final testing
report
Machines commissioned before the entry into force of the Machinery Directive are exempt from the requirement of conformity, but
significant modifications which change their configuration (e.g. replacement of the motor, addition of photocells, a radio control, etc.)
or adaptations for maintenance bring theminto the field of application of the Directive.
Draft the respective
EC DECLARATION
OF CONFORMITY
Affix the
CE MARK to the
automated closure
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Examples of dynamic risks in diagrammatic form


Examples of dynamic risks - practical
Impact Crushing Shearing Wedging Dragging Cutting
Projection of compressed, charged objects Hooking Crushing between non-parallel surfaces
Lifting Dragging / Impact Shearing
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SAFETY ASPECTS
UNI EN 12453 is the framework standard for safety aspects of the automated closure sector. On the basis of the principle that all
automated closures are to all intents and purposes MACHINES, the standard addresses the subject of safety with a risk analysis.
Steps must be taken to ensure that hazardous situations are eliminated or neutralised, by using safety devices.
Types of hazard present in an automated closure
o Crushing;
o Shearing;
o Dragging;
o Impact;
o Lifting of persons;
o Hazards associated with the automated closure;
o Hazards caused by faults in safety devices;
o Hazards present during manual movement of the door or gate leaf;
o Entrapment hazard;
o Hazards associated with exceeding the door or gate leaf travel limit.
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USE OF THE CLOSURE
Type of control Expert users (outside of public area) Expert users (public area) Unlimited use (public area)
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
Man present With control push-button With key switch or similar Not possible
(maintained action) (B)
Visible impulse type Force limitation (C) or Force limitation (C) or Force limitation (C) +
(e.g. infrared) Presence-sensing (E) Presence-sensing (E) External photocell (D) or
Presence-sensing (E)
Invisible impulse type Force limitation (C) or Force limitation (C) + Force limitation (C) +
(e.g. radio waves) Presence-sensing (E) External photocell (D) or External photocell (D) or
Presence-sensing (E) Presence-sensing (E)
Automatic Force limitation (C) + Force limitation (C) + Force limitation (C) +
External photocell (D) or External photocell (D) External photocell (D) or
Presence-sensing (E) Presence-sensing (E) Presence-sensing (E)
The minimum level of protection prescribed by the standard, for the main closure edge, depending on the type of control and the
type of use of the closure, is set out in the table below:
The use of the closure is divided into 3 groups: in Group 1 the closure is not in a public area and a limited number of persons is
authorised to use it; in Group 2 the closure is in a public area and a limited number of persons is authorised to use it; in Group 3
the closure is situated in a public area and anyone is free to use it.
The letters A,B,C,D,E indicate the type of protection that must be adopted.
Differences between standards EN 12453 and UNI 8612
The main differences and similarities with regard to protection devices against the risk of crushing are set out in the tables below.
Each table refers to a particular type of closure, in conformity with the sub-division appearing in UNI 8612.
Sliding gate with weight of less than 300 kg
Type of activation UNI 8612 EN 12453
Man 1 protection device (sensitive Key or switch to prevent
present edge or photocell or control by unauthorised persons
torque limiter)
Impulse 1 external photocell +Torque control Photocells +Force limitation
+Flashing light
or or
1 external photocell +Torque Presence sensing
control +Flashing light
Sliding gate with weight exceeding 300 kg
Type of activation UNI 8612 EN 12453
Man 1 protection device + Key or switch to prevent
present Flashing light + control by unauthorised persons
Emergency stop
Impulse 1 external photocell +1 internal Photocells +Force
photocell +Sensitive edge limitation
on fixed part +Flashing light
or
Presence sensing
Swing gate with gate leaf width of less than 1.8 m (*)
Type of activation UNI 8612 EN 12453
Man Protection device +Flashing Key or switch to prevent
present light +Emergency stop control by unauthorised persons
Impulse 1 external photocell + Photocells +Force
Torque control +Flashing light limitation
or or
1 external photocell + Presence sensing
Sensitive edge on fixed part +
Flashing light +Offsetting of gate leaves
(*)
In the case of swing
gates, both standards
recognise the need to
protect the gate leaf at
the end of opening too,
if the latter comes into
contact with a fixed
structure (e.g. wall, pil-
lar).
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MINIMUM LEVEL OF PROTECTION
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Swing gate with gate leaf width of more than 1.8 m (*)
Type of activation UNI 8612 EN 12453
Man Protection device +Flashing Key or switch to prevent
present light +Emergency stop control by unauthorised persons
Impulse 1 external photocell + Photocells +Force
1 internal photocell + limitation
Torque control +Flashing light
or or
1 external photocell +1 internal Presence sensing
photocell +Sensitive edge on
fixed part +flashing light
(*)
In the case of swing
gates, both standards
recognise the need to
protect the gate leaf
also at the end of ope-
ning, if the latter comes
into contact with a fixed
structure (e.g. wall, pil-
lar).
Barrier
Type of activation UNI 8612 EN 12453
Man Flashing light + Key or switch to prevent
present Emergency stop control by unauthorised persons
Impulse Torque control +Flashing light Photocells +Force limitation
or or
Sensitive edge +Flashing light Presence sensing
or
Photocell +Flashing light
Closure in an industrial environment not in communication with the public highway
Type of activation UNI 8612 EN 12453
Impulse Torque control +Flashing light Photocells +Force limitation
or or
Sensitive edge +Flashing light Presence sensing
or
Photocell +Flashing light
A further difference between the two standards relates to the definition of the hazard area: UNI 8612 stipulates that the protection
against crushing must be active up to a height of 2 m, while UNI EN 12453 states that the hazard area extends to a height of 2.5
m. UNI 8612 permits the use of one or more pairs of photocells as a safety device, located at a height of between 40 and 60 cm.
The safety device prescribed by UNI EN 12453 (photoelectric barrier, etc.) must cover the entire hazard area and must not allow the
gate leaf to strike a person during its movement.
In UNI EN 12453, the photocell is deemed to be a courtesy function rather than a safety function.
UNI 8612 explicitly quotes torque limiters as one of a range of safety devices. UNI EN 12453 implicitly permits this solution as a pos-
sible measure for achieving force limitation further to the intervention of the torque limiter. The gate leaf must stop and, if applica-
ble, resume motion in the opposite direction.
FORCE LIMITATION
Limitation of the opening and closing forces of the arm is an aspect of UNI EN 12453.
To meet the requirement for force limitation, it is necessary to measure the force profile on the closure complete with automatic
system, using a specific instrument consisting of two parallel circular metal faces 80 mm in diameter separated by a spring with ela-
stic constant of 500 N/mm.
There are four significant parameters
1. Dynamic force Fd.
Corresponds to the maximum value measured during the time period Td.
2. Dynamic time Td.
Time of 0.75 with effect from the initial instant at which the impact reaches 150N.
3. Static force Fs.
Force present after Td and up to 5 seconds from the instant of impact; it must not exceed 150N.
4. Final force Fe.
Force remaining 5 seconds after the instant of impact; it must not exceed 25N.
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The standard states the points at which measuring must be carried out, for each type of closure.
To guarantee safety against crushing hazards with the force limitation method, it is necessary to obtain a force value within the esta-
blished limits.
The table shows the maximum values of dynamic force (10N corresponds to approximately 1 kg).
Maximum dynamic force (Fd)
System type Between the closure edges and opposite edges Between flat areas with surface areas of > 0.1 m
2
In openings of 50 500 (mm) In openings of > 500 (mm) with sides > 100 mm in length
Closures with
horizontal movement
(e.g. sliding) 400N 1400N 1400N
Closes pivoting
on an axis perpendicular
to the ground
(e.g. swing gates) 400N 1400N 1400N
Pivoting closures
with vertical movement
(e.g. sectional) 400N 400N 1400N
Pivoting closures on
a horizontal axis (e.g. barriers,
horizontally pivoted doors) 400N 400N 1400N
To measure the dynamic forces you are advised to use a sensor inside the automatic gate system or a pressure-sensitive profile,
fitted on the edge of the gate leaf.
Presence sensors (E type devices )
THE safety of the closure can be ensured by means other than force limitation of the gate leaf.
For gate leaves capable of developing forces above the limits, a system is required for sensing the presence of persons in the vici-
nity of the closure. The hazardous movement must also be stopped promptly.
The presence sensing devices must completely cover the hazardous area and must have characteristics of fault resistance.
MECHANICAL ASPECTS
UNI EN 12604 Mechanical aspects of automated closures defines the mechanical requirements for closures. The basic require-
ment is to ensure safe, problem-free use and operation. Closures must resist the static and dynamic forces typical of their use.
Account must also be taken of mechanical fatigue, wear and corrosion.
Construction characteristics of the gate
1. The materials used in the construction of the panel grid must preferably be metal. The use of fragile materials is forbidden. Glass
must be of safety type. Transparent surfaces of gate leaves must be at least class 1 (reference standard pr EN 12600) and must
have no sharp edges if broken (EN 129), or must be unbreakable. Transparent surfaces must be coloured or have adequate
safety markings to make them visible.
2. The surface of the gate leaves must be smooth or have maximum bevelled or rounded protrusion of 3 mm to a height of at least
2.5 m from the ground.
3. The gate leaves must be protected against falling in the case of accidental detachment of the track.
4. Gate leaf wheels must be protected against derailment.
5. Counterweights must be housed and protected inside strong covers up to a height of 5m. Counterweights must be securely fixed
to their supports. Each rope must be individually fixed to the counterweight. Counterweights must not be fixed to rods or levers
with rivets. If a counterweight should fall, this must not create any danger. Counterweights in cement conglomerate must be rein-
forced.
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MAINTENANCE
To ensure the efficiency and safety of an automated closure it is important to carry out maintenance periodically.
A maintenance contract must clearly indicate:
1. the contents of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance activity;
2. the maintenance intervals;
3. which operations are to be carried out during the course of maintenance activity.
Maintenance activities, repairs and replacement of parts must be undertaken by qualified personnel. Parts must be replaced with
genuine replacement parts.
IMPORTANT
To ensure the efficiency of the product it is imperative that competent, professional personnel carry out maintenance within the time
limits established by the installer, the manufacturer and the legislation in force.
Installation, maintenance, repair and cleaning operations must be documented. The documentation must be kept by the user so that
it is available for the relevant competent personnel.
DISMANTLING - DISPOSAL
If the decision is taken to decommission the actuators or the entire automatic closure system, it should be removed and recycled in
accordance with the relevant standards.
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TECHNICAL FILE
The aim of the technical file described below is to help the installer in the application of the new EUROPEAN DIRECTIVES & STAN-
DARDS, with particular reference to safety standards EN12453 and EN 12445.
The technical file for the automated gate or door, which the installer must complete and keep (for 10 years), must contain the follo-
wing information:
1. The identification data:
- of the installer;
- of the type of automated closure system;
- of the customer;
- of the location/site in which the automated closure system is installed;
- of the manufacturer/supplier of the closure;
- of the manufacturer of the automated closure system.
2. The electrical and mechanical drawing of the automated closure, with a list of its components.
3. An analysis of the risks presented by the automated closure and a description of the solutions adopted.
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Technical file of powered doors and gates in accordance with European Machinery Directive
98/37/EC (89/392 and subsequent amendments).
Enter the personal data of the installer
Installer
Company name
Street
Town
Post code County
Tel. Fax
VAT number / Internal revenue code
Chamber of Commerce
Contract No.
Select the denomination and type of powered door
Denomination of powered door
[]swing gate
[]horizontal sliding gate
[]horizontally pivoted door
[]barrier
[]roller shutter
[] flexible, vertical roll-up door
[]other (specify) ___________________
Specify the automatic gate system type
Type
Enter the serial number of the powered door.
Serial number
Enter the personal data of the client, the location, the manufacturer of the closure, the manu-
facturer of the automatic gate system.
Name of client
Company name
Street
Town
Post code County
Tel. Fax
VAT number / Internal revenue code
TECHNICAL FILE (Facsimile)
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Location of installed product


Installed at
Company name
Street
Town
Post code County
Tel Fax
Installed on floor No.
Entity responsible
Street
Town
Post code County
Tel Fax
VAT number / Internal revenue code
Manufacturer/supplier of the closure
Company name
Address
Name of model Year of manufacture
Type of closure
Mobile leaves, total weight Number of leaves
Manufacturer of the automatic gate system
Company name
Address
Name of model Year of manufacture
Type of energy Voltage
Total power Tolerance
TECHNICAL FILE (Facsimile)
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System diagram
TECHNICAL FILE (Facsimile)
Key
1
2
3
4
5
9
10
11
12
13
Quantity
1
1
2
1
1
-
-
1
1
1
Type
ES07
EL09
ET03
EF04
EDE4
ZX64
ZE03
ZBA1
ZX01
ZX16
Description
Sliding actuator
Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz
Dual-channel radio remote control 433 MHz
Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells
Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch
Cable (4 x 0.5 mm
2
)
Rack in nylon
Back-up battery 12V 7Ah
Safety trim
Mounting plate
System description
GUIDELINE WIRING DIAGRAM:
SLIDING GATE WITH 1 LEAF WITH MOTOR AT SIDE
Residential use up to 300 kg
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System diagram
Key
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
11
14
15
16
17
Quantity
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
Type
ZI26
EL09
ET03
EF04
EDE4
EC33
ZX29
ZX64
ZBA1
ZD04
ZD06
ZX41
ZDA7
Description
Underground actuator
Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz
Dual-channel radio remote control 433 MHz
Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells
Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch
Control unit without push-button panel
10 m cable roll for automatic gate system (2 x 2 mm
2
+3 x 0.5 mm
2
)
Cable (4 x 0.5 mm
2
)
Back-up battery 12V 7Ah
12V DC electric lock
Locking latch
Foundation box
Support with release device
TECHNICAL FILE (Facsimile)
System description
Residential use with two leaves up to 1.8 m (max. 200 kg) each
GUIDELINE WIRING DIAGRAM:
GATE WITH 2 LEAVES WITH 2 UNDERGROUND MOTORS
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C
A
A
1, 2, 5
3, 4, 6 3, 4, 6
1 - Impact A=meter
2 - Crushing G=meter
3 - Dragging B=meter
4 - Wedging
5 - Skidding
6 - Shearing
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Fig. 1A SLIDING GATE WITH 1 LEAF WITH MOTOR AT SIDE
Indicate the hazard areas with respective number.
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A
B C
1, 2, 5
2
2
A
1, 2, 6
1, 2, 5
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GATE WITH 2 LEAVES WITH 2 FLOOR-MOUNTED MOTORS
Indicate the hazard areas with respective number.
1 - Impact A=meter
2 - Crushing G=meter
3 - Dragging B=meter
4 - Wedging
5 - Skidding
6 - Shearing
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Complete the list of components installed, specifying: model, type, serial number etc.
List of components installed
No. Installed component Identification code Manufacturer
1 Photocell 1
2 Photocell 2
3 Photocell 3
4 Photocell 4
5 Control unit
6 Fixed electronic key
7 Radio controlled key
8 Automatic gate system
9 Acoustic signal emitter
10 Warning light
11 Electromagnetic block
12 Electric lock
13 Key switch
14 Aerial
15 Radio receiver
16 Impact edging
17 Emergency push-button
18 Control push-button
19 Gate open warning light
20
21
Sensors Function
1 Sensitive edge 1 [] control
[] safety
2 Sensitive edge 2 [] control
[] safety
3 sensitive edge 3 [] control
[] safety
4 Sensitive edge 4 [] control
[] safety
5 Platform sensor 1 [] control
[] safety
6 Platform sensor 2 [] control
[] safety
7 Sensor [] control
[] safety
8 Sensor [] control
[] safety
9 Sensor [] control
[] safety
Note: indicate the functions of the sensors: for control, for safety, etc.
- The declarations of conformity of the components and accessories used in the execution of the
automated closure must be attached to the above.
The technical specifications and directions for installation of these products are documented in the
respective installation and use manuals.
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RISK ANALYSIS
(The risk analysis consists in examining the hazards which may be present in the automated clo-
sure or the closure to be automated, and for each of these, the entity responsible must indicate in
the technical file the solutions which have been adopted to eliminate or reduce these hazards.
The possible risks which may be present in an automated closure and the possible solutions to be
adopted to eliminate or reduce the hazard are set out in the attached schedules).
Mark the risks present in the installed system and mark the respective solutions adopted.
In the column solutions adopted according to risks present, indicate the letters corresponding
to the safety solution applied.
Enter any additional observations in the appropriate space at the bottom of the list.
Mark any standards taken into consideration.
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Type of risks Assessment criteria and solutions adopted
(Mark the risks taken into consideration) (Mark the box corresponding to the solution adopted)
Structural mechanical risks and risks relating to wear
[ ] loss of stability [ ] Solidity of the existing structure checked, suitable materials used and adequa-
te fixings executed.
[ ] falling of parts [ ] Appropriate operations and adjustments carried out to prevent
the gate leaves from falling.
[ ] tripping [ ] Check made to ensure that thresholds higher than 4 mm (e.g. sliding gate track)
are suitably shaped and
marked.
[ ] slipperiness [ ] Check made to ensure that threshold presents no slippery surfaces or surfaces
that may become slippery when wet.
[ ] chain and cable guides [ ] Check for presence and effectiveness of an anti-fall system to prevent raised
moving parts from falling.
[ ] Adequate limit switches installed and checked.
[ ] The necessary maintenance instructions have been supplied.
Mechanical risks due to the movement of the closure
[ ] The moving parts are [ ] Gate leaf travel speed can be adjusted
equipped with suitable protection only by specialised personnel by means of the control unit in accordance with
the standards in force.
and installed in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions.
[ ] The gate is equipped with a [ ] The opening has undergone final testing to ensure that there are no
release device to enable assembly errors.
manual operation
[ ] Adequate
instructions for
release have been supplied.
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Risks present Solutions adopted according to risks


A) impact / crushing B) cutting
C) lifting D) dragging/
wedging
E) shearing F) hooking
Applicable solutions
1) man present 8) safety barriers
control (protection device)
2) sensitive edges 9) acoustic signal
(protection device)
3) photocells 10) acoustic signal
pres. sensing device)
4) safety devices 11) warning signs
5) force limitation 12) segregation (by means of
(protection device) covers or rubber profiles
6) shaping surfaces 13) protective fence
with mesh (20x20 mm)
7) platforms 14) other
Electrical risks
[ ] direct and indirect contact [ ] CE marked components used in accordance with
Low voltage Directive (73/23/EEC)
[ ] dispersion of electrical energy [ ] Electrical connections and connection to the mains
supply made in accordance with the standards in force
and with the instructions of the manufacturer of the motor.
Risks of electromagnetic compatibility
[ ] emission of electrical, magnetic [ ] Use made of homologated radio controls or radio
and electromagnetic fields controls which conform with the R&TTE Directive
(99/5/EC) and at frequencies permitted by the specific
legislation in force.
[ ] Use made of CE marked components in accordance
with EMC Directive (89/336/EEC).
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Safety and reliability of the actuator and control devices
[ ] safety conditions in the event [ ] Use made of control, operation and safety devices
of breakdown and power failure which are adequate for the intended use and comply with the standards in
force.
[ ] Installation of control device equipped with
back-up batteries and complying with the standards in force.
[ ] Installation carried out in accordance with the prescriptions
set out in the installation manuals
[ ] assembly errors and coherence [ ] Check made to ensure coherence of the control in relation to the
of the controls movement of the closure and to the instructions supplied by the
manufacturer.
[ ] control devices [ ] Installation of emergency stopping and/or opening device
(which must not introduce additional risks).
[ ] Control devices have been installed in a readily accessible and clearly
visible position.
[ ] measure closing forces [ ] Take measurements with the appropriate instrument
on the main edge indicated in UNI EN 12445 at the points established therein.
[ ] protection devices (in no [ ] Use made of a presence sensing device
circumstance can there be contact complying with prEN12978.
between the closure and persons)
[ ] presence sensing devices [ ] Checks carried out on presence sensing, in accordance with UNI EN
12445.
Risks associated with the materials and substances treated, used or burnt by the machine
[ ] fluids [ ] check to ensure that no hazard is generated and
dispersion into the environment of the fluids used.
[ ] high temperatures [ ] check to ensure that the materials used do not reach high temperatures
[ ] fire [ ] check to ensure that the materials used do not cause fire
[ ] explosion [ ] check to ensure that no inflammable gases are present
[ ] noise [ ] check to ensure that no hazardous noises are generated
[ ] vibration [ ] check that no hazardous vibrations are generated
[ ] other
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List of applicable standards


[] EN 292-1 Basic concepts, general principles for design, basic terminology and methodology.
[] EN 292-2 Basic concepts, general principles for design, technical principles and specifications.
[] EN 294 Safety distances to prevent danger zones being reached by the upper limbs.
[] EN 349 Minimum gaps to avoid crushing of parts of the human body.
[] EN 1051 Risk assessment.
[] EN 60204-1 Safety of machinery - electrical equipment of machines, general rules.
[] EN 50081-1 Electromagnetic compatibility - generic emission standard.
Class of standard: domestic, commercial and light industrial.
[] EN 50082-1 Electromagnetic compatibility - generic immunity standard.
Class of standard: domestic, commercial and light industrial.
[] UNI EN 12453 Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates.
Safety in use of power operated doors - requirements and classification.
[] UNI EN 12445 Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates.
Safety in use of power operated doors - test methods.
[] UNI EN 12604 Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates.
Mechanical aspects - requirements and classification.
[] UNI EN 12605 Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates.
Mechanical aspects - test methods.
[] EN 12635 Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates.
Procedure for safe installation and use.
[] prEN 12650-1 Building hardware - powered pedestrian doors.
Part 1: product requirements and test methods.
[] prEN 12650-2 Building hardware - powered pedestrian doors.
Part 2: safety at powered pedestrian doors.
[] UNI EN 12978 Sensors, Requirements, Classes and Test Methods.
[] EN 13241-1 Norm for the product. Automatic closing systems for industry, commerce, garages and
gates.
Part 1: without performance of resistance against the fire and fume control.
[] CEI EN 60335-1 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances.
Part 1: general requirements.
[] IEC60335-2-97 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Part 2-97: particular requirement for
driver for rolling shutters awnings, blinds and similar equipment.
[] CEI 64-8 User electrical installations with rated voltage not exceeding 1000V AC
and 1500V DC.
[] UNI EN 954-1 Safety-related parts of control systems - part 1: general principles for design.
[] IEC 60335-2-103 Particular requirements for drives for doors, gates and windows.
[] IEC 60335-2-95 Household and similar appliances - Safety - Part 2-95: Particular requirements for drives for
vertically moving garage doors for residential use.
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Declaration of Conformity:
Complete and sign the EC declaration of conformity
EC declaration of conformity
The undersigned_____________________________
Company name______________________________
Address____________________________________________________________________
Declares that the product installed,
model_____________________________________________________________________
type________________________________________________________________________
serial No.____________________________________________________________________
contract____________________________________________________________________
place of installation___________________________________________________________
complies with the following European Directives:
[] Machinery Directive 89/392/EEC and subsequent amendments
[] EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and subsequent amendments
[] Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and subsequent amendments;
and also declares that the following harmonised standards (parts/clauses) have been applied:
[] __________________________________________________________________________
[] __________________________________________________________________________
[] __________________________________________________________________________
[]__________________________________________________________________________
Place____________________________________ Date_________________________
Signature of authorised
representative________________________________________________
(Warnings - This Declaration of Conformity is valid:
1. in relation to the installation in question and how it was carried out by the Declarant;
2. any modifications to the installation are covered by the Declaration in question if and only if authorised and coun-
tersigned by the Declarant;
3. modifications, repairs and maintenance work must be carried out by qualified and authorised personnel. Parts
must be replaced using genuine or equivalent replacement parts.
4. the installation is maintained as stipulated by law and, in any event, undergoes at least one check per year.
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CE Marking
The CE marking on the automated closure must show, legibly and indelibly, the following information.
1. the data of the entity responsible for its commissioning, the installer and/or maintainer, so that they can
be contacted.
2. the type of closure (sliding, swing, etc.) and the model and serial number of the automatic gate system.
3. the year of installation (i.e. its commissioning)
4. the specifications of the closure, such as the weight of the gate leaves and the dimensions.
5. CE marking.
Complete the information on the data plate of the automatic gate system:
Entity responsible for commissioning:
Address of installer:
Tel:
Model of automatic gate system:
Serial number:
Year of installation:
Dimensions (LxH):
Weight of moving parts:
TECHNICAL FILE (Facsimile)
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AUTOMAZIONI
DITTA INSTALLATRICE:
ATTENZIONE!
CANCELLO
AUTOMATICO
Numero di serie:
Modello automazione:
Anno dinstallazione:
Dimensioni (LxH):
Peso anta (Kg):
219
1
1
9
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Final testing report
Complete the final testing report: enter the data and the required signature
Phase No. Description of phase N/R OK OPT
1 Visual inspection
2 Inspection of slide wheels
3 Inspection of guide rollers
4 Inspection of hinges
5 Inspection of rack
6 Inspection of shearing protection
7 Inspection of crushing protection
8 Inspection of dragging protection
9 Check of stability of gate leaves
10 Check of operation of photocells
11 Check of operation of sensitive edging strips
12 Check of operation of torque limiter
13 Check of flashing light
14 Check of pre-flashing
15 Check of operation of controls
16 Check of radio receiver
17 Check of programming of radio controls
18 Check of aerial connection
19 Check of position of warning signs
20 Check of continuity of equipotential protection circuit
21 Insulation resistance test
22 Voltage test
23 Customer requirements checked against the order sheet
24 Paintwork touched up
25 Power supply conduits made in accordance with sound engineering practice
26 Check for anomalous noises and elimination thereof
27 Regular movement
28 Installer data plate is affixed to installation
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30
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32
33
34
35
36
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38
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N/R = not required; OK = done; OPT = optional
Date of testing Signature of installer Signature of customer
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Final testing report


USER [] Final testing report [] Maintenance manual
or his representative [] EC declaration of conformity [] Maintenance log book
Documents supplied [] Instruction and warnings manual
Date of final testing Signature of installer Signature of user
CUSTOMER [] Final testing report [] Maintenance manual
or his representative [] EC declaration of conformity [] Maintenance log book
Documents supplied [] Instruction and warnings manual
Date of testing Signature of installer Signature of customer
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List of manuals
Complete the list of manuals and file the first page of each manual.
No. Title of manual Edition/date
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Maintenance logbook
Complete the maintenance log book
No. DATE WORK CARRIED OUT O S E Signature
(installation, start-up, adjustments, check of safety devices, parts replaced, etc.) Installer Customer
1
2
3
4
5
6
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O = ordinary; S = scheduled; E = extraordinary.
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LOW VOLTAGE, A HIGH-TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION.


Total safety: the use of low voltage motors, operating at 12 V D.C, eliminates any risk of electrical discharges or accidental electri-
fication of the structure.
Anti Black out function: this innovation is achieved by using low voltage motors (12 Volt) with back-up battery. An electronic devi-
ce ensures complete recharging of the battery and immediate operation in the event of mains power failure (230 Volt).
Intelligent braking: a special electronic device controls the braking and deceleration of the door or gate before it stops, to ensure
perfect operation also during the closing phase.
Electronic clutch: if any obstacle enters the range of movement of the automatic gate system, an electronic device blocks the gate
operator at the first sign of anomalous friction, and stops or reverses its movement.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
No special precautions are required for the transport of the actuators.
The package consists of a cardboard box and the material must be stored in a dry place, sheltered from bad weather.
On receipt, make certain that the product has a data plate affixed to it showing the technical specifications. If there is no data plate -
, notify the manufacturer and/or dealer immediately.
Units without a data plate must on no account be used. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for the use of a unit without data
plate. Products without a data plate are deemed to be anonymous and potentially dangerous.
Troubleshooting table for common faults (for ES-EA-ZA-ZI and EB automatic gate systems)
Possible problem Cause Corrective action
Automatic gate system does not work No mains power Check switch
Supply fuses blown Replace blown fuses with
others with the same rating.
Controls ineffective Check radio controls and
switches.
Battery faulty Check battery state with
flashing light.
Photocells or Check operation
safety device activates . or alignment of photocells or
safety device.
Radio control does not work The codes between radio control and receiver Carry out the
are incorrect radio code acquisition procedure.
Battery discharged Replace battery.
Receiver faulty Check terminal (+, -)
for voltage of 8.6 V approx.
Flashing light does not work Bulb blown Replace bulb
or remains on permanently.
( 5 W E14 14 V)
Card damaged Replace electronic card.
Automatic gate system does not open but The motor connection cables are inverted Invert the terminal block
closes of the electronic control panel or the
polarity of the motor supply
cables.
Automatic gate system does not close Photocells or Check operation and
safety device activate. alignment of photocells
or safety device.
Automatic gate system starts movement Electronic clutch is set to Reduce level of
but then inverts direction an excessively high level of sensitivity sensitivity of the clutch.
Encoder faulty. Replace card
Encoder (R311).
Gate moves jerkily Rack installed Observe the distance of
(for sliding gates) incorrectly 2 mm between pinion and
rack.
INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER
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Type Dual-motor Single-motor Push-button
without receiver control card control card panel
EC31 YES NO YES
EC32 NO YES YES
EC33 YES NO NO
EC34 NO YES NO
EC CONTROL UNIT SERIES
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Mod. EC
mm
mm
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mm
Fig. 2B/EC
Fig. 2A/EC
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
For optimum installation it is advisable to install the control unit plastic cabinet in a secure place where it is protected from the weath-
er. It is also advisable to install control units with keypad in places where they are not accessible to children.
The plastic cabinet can be surface wall-mounted or flush-mounted. In flush-mounted installations, the frame of the cabinet must rest
against the surface of the wall to ensure correct opening of the control unit door (see Fig. 2A/EC).
Use the bracket supplied as standard for surface wall-mounting of the control unit.
To fix the box to the bracket open it, extract the plastic board support (Fig. 2B/EC), fit the box to the bracket and secure it with the
screw supplied with the bracket.
INTRODUCTION
Automatic gate system electronic control panel with plastic cabinet for surface wall-moun-
ting, flush-mounting or wall-mounting with appropriate bracket, supplied as standard.
Available in versions complete with push-button panel, without push-button panel, without
radio receiver/with push-button panel and without radio receiver/push-button panel.
All of the control boxes can be fitted with an optional back-up battery type ZBA1 (optional).
CONTROL UNIT RECESS
INSTALLATION HOLE
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Fig. 1/EC
ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT:
ZC Series
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B - the screws to unscrew to access


the 230V connection terminal block.
Fig. 4/EC
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The control box is powered at 230V A.C., and the input is protected with a 4Afuse.
All loads and controls are powered at 12V D.C. by means of a safety transformer
with double insulation (EN61558) and are protected with a 3.15A fuse (F2).
- The installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be carried out in
accordance with sound engineering practice. Make certain that the data on the
data plate conform with the mains electrical supply data and make certain that
the section of the connection cables is suitable for the loads applied.
- Equip the mains supply with a suitable overvoltage protection device, a
switch/disconnector and/or differential for the product and in conformity with the
standards in force.
The low-voltage electrical circuit and the connected metallic structures MUST
NOT BE EARTHED as it is a SELV power supply (see the IEC 60364-4-41 stan-
dard, part 411.1.4.1).
Wiring:
We recommend the use of Elvox type ZX23 or ZX67 cables for the wiring of the
motor and the encoder:
A. Two red and black leads for the motor (APM1"-"CHM1", "APM2-"CHM2" ter-
minals).
B. One brown lead for positive encoder power lead (+ENC terminal).
C. One blue lead for negative encoder power lead (-ENC terminal).
D. One white lead for encoder signal (ENC1" - "ENC2 terminals).
For Elvox cable type ZX23 or ZX67 use three cables with (Fig. 5/ZC): 2 wires of
minimum section 2.5 mm
2
(A) for the motor connections and 3 wires with minimum
section 0.5 mm
2
(B-C-D) for connection of the encoder.
For cable lengths exceeding 15 metres, use the conductors A(red-black) with sec-
tion of 2x4 mm2, and B,C and D (brown, blue and white) with section of 3x1 mm2.
Unscrew the screws B shown in Fig. 3/EC and connect the 230 V line conductors
to the terminals shown in Fig. 3A/EC.
A A
B
C D
Fig. 3/EC
EC SERIES CONTROL UNITS
B
ZC SERIES ELECTRONIC CARD
This generation of electronic control panels has been designed in accordance with
high-quality standards including the use of a wiring system with removable termi-
nal blocks. It permits the easy and safe separation of the high-voltage parts.
Thanks to microprocessor-controlled management, the following characteristics
have been achieved:
- total safety
- electronic clutch
- anti-impact braking
- anti-blackout
- intelligent flashing
- self-programming settings
- self-programming radio remote-control codes.
Design specifications and general operation data
All ELVOX automatic gate systems are supplied at low voltage (12V D.C.). The movement of the gate is controlled with an ENCO-
DER installed in each drive unit. The entire system complies with the prescriptions of the Directives on electromagnetic compatibi-
lity and CE marking. The operation of the automatic gate system is programmable by means of microswitches.
Specifically, it is possible to change the opening and closing times of each gate leaf and their synchronisation.
To ensure the maximum level of safety, the electronic anti-crushing clutch is controlled by the microprocessor with 4 sensitivity thres-
holds and is capable of blocking movement even in the case of dragging not detected by the safety systems (photocells, edging
strip, etc.).
The deceleration and braking time can be adjusted by means of two microswitches.
The radio receiver and remote controls are of two-channel type. The radio receiver is already fitted with a relay for controlling a sec-
ond automatic gate system, which may be connected subsequently. A battery charger on the card keeps the battery ready for use
at all times.
Operation of the flashing light
The operation of the flashing light is controlled by the microprocessor, with the following criteria:
- pre-flashing of 1.5 s in opening phase (gate moving),
- normal flashing when the gate is in movement.
- pre-flashing for 3 s in closing phase (gate moving),
- always ON, when the gate is open and automatic closure is active,
- always OFF, when the gate is closed or is open and automatic closure is not active.
When the gate is open, flashing warns that a safety device has been activated (photocells, edging strip, etc.) and that there are the-
refore objects or persons in a dangerous situation because they are situated within the range of motion of the automatic gate system.
Fig. 3A/EC
All of the EC series and ES series sliding gate actuators can be fitted with an optional back-up battery type ZBA1.
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EC SERIES CONTROL UNITS
Fig. 6/EC
- Terminal No. 1 APM1, Terminal No.2 CHM1: Terminals for 1st. motor supply (when opening it opens first).
- Terminal No.3 APM2, Terminal No.4 CHM2: Terminals for 2nd. motor supply (when closing it closes first).
- Terminal 5 SERR, Terminal No.9 COM2: Terminal for activation of the 12V D.C. electric door lock.
- Terminal No. 6 2CAN, Terminal No.7 2CAN: Terminals with N.O. 10 A. 250V contact, it closes when the second or
the fourth radio control canal sends the signal.
- Terminal No. 8 SPAP, Terminal No. 9 COM2. Terminals for the 14 V D.C. bulb (max 2W), which remains ON all the
time that the gate is open.
- Terminal No.10 LAMP, Terminal No.9 COM2: Terminals for the 14V D.C. max 5 W flashing light or courtesy light
supply.
- Terminal No.11 +ENC, Terminal No.12 -ENC Terminals for motor 1 encoder power connection.
- Terminal No. 13 ENC1 Terminals for motor 1 encoder signal.
- Terminal No.14 +ENC, Terminal No.15 -ENC : Terminals for motor 2 encoder power connection
- Terminal No. 16 ENC2: Terminals for motor 2 encoder signal.
DESCRIPTION OF TERMINALS RELATING TO THE ELECTRONIC CONTROL CARD
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EC SERIES CONTROL UNITS


- Terminal No. 18 APCH, terminal No. 17 COM1. N.O. input, DIP 10 ON, pulse Open/Stop/Close - DIP 10 OFF,
pulse Open/Close
- Terminal No.19 ACAR, terminal No.17 COM1. N.O. input, opens both doors completely
- Terminal No.20 APED, terminal No.17 COM1. N.O. input, opens one door completely if a two door gate is installed,
opens to 30% full aperture in case of single motor sliding gate.
- Terminal No. 21 CHIU, terminal No. 17 COM1. N.O. input, closes the gate.
- Terminal No. 23 STOP, terminal No. 22 COM1. N.C. input (normally closed), when opened: blocks the gate and
deactivates the closing timer.
- Terminal No. 24 FCEL, terminal No. 22 COM1. Photocell input N.C.: when opened: blocks the gate and reverses
the motion.
- Terminal No. 25 ST.PA., terminal No. 22 COM1. Partial stop input N.C.; photocell active during opening inhibits the
movement immediately. When the safety contact is reset, the gate continues to open.
- Terminal No. 26 GND, terminal No. 27 SIG. Terminals for the receiver cable connection, 2x0.5 mm cable.
- Terminal No. 28 +BAT. Terminals for the positive battery connection.
- Terminal No. 29 -BAT. Terminals for the negative battery connection.
- Terminal No. 30 VAC . Terminals for the 12V low voltage cable connection. Cable coming from the transformer.
- Terminal No. 31 VAC . Terminals for the 12V low voltage cable connection. Cable coming from the transformer.
- Terminal No.32 +12V. Terminals for the accessories supply voltage, such as photocells etc (max 0.5A).
- Terminal No.33 -12V. Terminals for the accessories supply voltage, such as photocells etc
If one of the N.C. inputs is not used, insert a jumper between terminal COM1 and the safety device terminal......
System diagnostics:
The operation of the electronic control panel is managed by an intelligent microprocessor unit, and is fitted with visual diagnostics
via LEDs to check the state of the input and output of the control unit.
1. The red ON LED, (Fig. 11, page 15) located on the upper part of the card, indicates the presence of mains power, and should
therefore be illuminated.
2. The green LEDs located above the terminal board in the bottom right-hand corner of the card indicate N.C. inputs (normally
closed, such as photocells, opening photocell, Stop, etc.) and must therefore be lit.
3. The red LEDs located above the terminal block on the lower right of the card indicate normally open input, and should therefore
not be illuminated. They are illuminated only at the moment of executing the relative command.
Fig. 9/EC
Fig. 8/EC
In the versions fitted with push-button panel the STOP command is pre-set by the
jumper located on the terminal block on the card of the push-button panel itself (Fig.
8/EC, A).
Any other auxiliary STOP buttons must be connected in series to the terminal, elimi-
nating the jumper (Fig. 9/EC).
The auxiliary stop switches must be N.C.
The terminal marked AP/CH can be used to control a subsequent second automatic
system. In such cases, connect them to the COM1 terminal (terminal 17) and AP/CH
(terminal 18) on the card of the second automatic system.
4. The flashing light indicates the charge state of the battery: normal flashing during
the opening and closing phases indicates that the battery is charged; if it stops
every three flashes, this indicates that the battery is discharging.
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EC SERIES CONTROL UNITS
STORING THE OPERATING TIMES
Opening and Closing Limit Stop + Automatic Closing Time.
EC series
Before carrying out the storage operations for opening and
closing limit stop leave the gate slightly open with a stagger
between the two doors. This phase adjustement must be
made by manually disengaging the motors and moving the
door to the position shown in Fig. 15/EC (for disengaging the
motors refer to the instructions for the actuator in question).
Once the doors have been positioned re-engage the motors.
1. Put J MP1 into the MEMO position. The light will come on (see Fig. 7A/ZC).
2. Press the Open/Close button or remote control button and check that the gates begin to close (if not, activate the reset facility by con-
necting the contacts of the RESET jumper with a screwdriver and reverse the polarity of the motor power cables).
3. Once closed, after two seconds the Total Opening manoeuvre will begin. Wait until the conclusion of this manoeuvre.
4. From when the motors stop in Total Opening the automatic closing time begins. Once the desired time has passed, press the
Open/Close button or remote control button again and wait for the gate to close completely (the automatic closing function
depends on the position of DIP switch 7, ON =enabled).
5. Replace J MP1 in the normal OFF position. The light should switch off. The storage operation is complete.
6. During the storage phase the gate (if heavy) must be accompanied manually for the whole stroke. During the storage
phase do not cross the photocells range.
7. The gate is programmed to stop automatically a few centimetres before the fully open position, to prevent the gate leaf from strik-
ing the stop.
ZBR - ZBS - ZBD Series
1. Block the motor while the bar is slightly open.
2. Set the J MP1 in "MEMO" position. The flashing light lights up.
3. Give the order Open/Close by means of selector or radio control.
The barrier closes, at the end of the closing time the total opening manoeuvring will start after two seconds.
If the barrier opens instead of closing, block the storing and invert the motor connection cables.
4. The automatic closing time storage starts when the barrier stops during the complete opening. Once the desired time has pas-
sed, close the barrier control by means of the "Open/Close" order or the radiocontrol.
5. Reset the J MP1 putting it in OFF position; the flashing light should go off, the storage is in this way finished.
It is recommended that a plastic pad of around 2 - 3 cm thick is applied to the closing limit stop to prevent the gate from colliding
with the stop during closing.
ES series
Before carrying out the storage operations for opening and clos-
ing limit stop leave the gate slightly open.
This is done by manually disengaging the motor. Once positioned,
reengage the motor.
Staggered doors with delay between M1 and M2.
M 2
Door 1 Door 2
Limit stop
Fig. 15/EC
M 1
PEDESTRIAN OPENING
To open one gate leaf only, in the case of automatic gate systems with two leaves, or for 30% of total opening for automatic gate
systems with one leaf (e.g. sliding, with one motor), connect the N.O. contact of the second channel (terminal No. 7) with the N.O.
input APED (terminal No. 20) and the 2nd channel common (terminal No. 6) with the accessories common (terminal No. 17).
Fig. 16/EC
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ACTUATOR FOR SLIDING GATES


ZS SERIES
ES SERIES ACTUATOR
Overview
Sliding actuators type ES07, ES08 and ES11 are suitable for gate leaves with a maximum weight of 300 kg. Sliding actuators type
ES09, ES10 and ES12 are suitable for gate leaves with a maximum weight of 1000 kg.
The actuator consists of a low voltage 12 V D.C. motor and a reduction unit housed in a sealed aluminium casting.
All the actuators in the ES series are predisposed to house a back-up battery type ZBA1 (optional).
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
ES Series
Fig. 1/ES
308
2
7
0
188 37
The actuator is supplied separately or together with other components in the relative kit.
Type without Actuator for Actuator for Dual-motor Single-motor Transformer
radio receiver gate with max. gate with max. control unit control unit power VA
weight 600Kg. weight 1000Kg.
ES07 YES NO NO YES 150
ES08 YES NO YES NO 220
ES09 NO YES NO YES 150
ES10 NO YES YES NO 220
ES11 YES NO NO NO -
ES12 NO YES NO NO -
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS DESCRIBED ON THE SPECIFICATION PLATE
ES07-ES08-ES11 ES07-ES08-ES11
Power Source 230 V AC 230 V AC
Motor supply 12V DC 12V DC
Max. Motor Power 40 watts 40 watts
Operating Temperature -25C +40C -25C +40C
Max. Motor Speed 1300 rpm 1300 rpm
Gate Speed 10 m/min 7.5 m/min
Gearing Speed 42 rpm 31,5 rpm
Max. gate mass 300 kg 1000 kg
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ZS SERIES ACTUATOR
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Before proceeding with installation check that:
1. The wheels of the gate are fixed in such a way as to provide gate stability, and are
in good working order.
2. The track is free, straight and clean along its entire length with compulsory limit
stops fitted at the points of opening and closing.
3. The upper guide is aligned with the track, the runners are intact and lubricated with
a play of around 1 mm on each side to facilitate the sliding of the gate.
4. The gaps between the moving and fixed parts of the gate conform to national stan-
dards. If not, they should be fitted with a suitable protection system in compliance
with the safety standards.
Site preparation:
Once having identified the site for the installation of the gearmotor (which may be
either to the left or the right of the gate, as long as it is protected), proceed as follows:
Make a strong and level concrete slab whose surface area exceeds that of the base
of the gearmotor. The slab should be raised a few centimetres above ground level in
order to protect the device from rainwater stagnation or runoff. Remember always to
take the height of the rack-mounting into consideration before proceeding.
A slightly protruding cable should also be provided (see fig. 2/ES and fig. 3A/ES).
It is possible to preset the automatic gate system using the mounting plate Type
ZX16.
Such mounting plate must be mounted by immersing the proper hooks in the con-
crete. The mounting plate must be mounted following exactly the dimensions indicat-
ed in Fig. 3B/ES.
Fig. 2/ES
A =gate
B =fastener
C =concrete base
D =actuator
E =cable conduit
Fig. 3A/ES
A = track
B = gate
C = rack
D = reference axis
E = fixed part
F = cable passage
G = ground-anchoring holes
Fig. 3B/ES
A = Support Type ZX16
B = rack Type ZE03
C = Sliding gate
D = Wheel
E = Ground level
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E
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2
40
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330
80
5
5
5
0
2
0
5
80
5
0
5
5
1
1
9
8
6
Mounting plate ZX16
Fig. 3C/ES
Sizing table for wheel diameter (mm) for sliding gates
* Galvanised wheel with ball bearing
External Internal diam. Internal diam. No. of bearings Weight kg
diam. V-track U-track
60 48 48 1 100
75 65 61 1 150
90 75 72 1 170
100 84 82 1 200
120 104 102 1 200
140 123 122 1 250
160 142 140 1 300
200 182 180 1 300
90 69 72 2 300
100 79 82 2 300
120 99 102 2 400
140 119 120 2 400
160 139 140 2 400
200 179 180 2 400
160 139 140 2 600
200 179 180 2 600
* Galvanised wheel with ball bearing and hub with grease nipple
External Internal diam. Internal diam. No. of bearings Weight kg
diam. V-track U-track
90 73 72 1 200
120 99 100 1 400
160 139 140 1 500
200 179 180 1 600
250 230 235 1 800
250 222 231 2 1500
300 280 285 1 800
300 272 281 2 1500
Example
In order to slide correctly, a sliding gate weighing 300 kg must have two wheels which
can carry 200 kg each:
Galvanised wheel with ball bearing (x2)
External Internal diam. Internal diam. No. of bearings Weight kg
diam. V-track U-track
120 104 102 1 200
Galvanised wheel with ball bearing and hub with grease nipple (x2)
External Internal diam. Internal diam. No. of bearings Weight kg
diam. V-track U-track
90 73 72 1 200
Always choose the largest diameter, because the larger the diameter the better the
gate will slide.
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Anchoring the gearmotor:
1. Remove the lock cap (Fig. 4A/ES) and insert the key (Fig. 4B/ES)
2. Remove the plastic cover pressing lightly on both sides (Fig. 4C/ES)
3 - Fit the motor respecting the measurements indicated in Fig. 3B. Using the mounting plate type ZX16 lean the motor so that the
screws pass through the two casting fixing holes and fix the nut preceded by a washer (Fig. 3A, 3B/ES). For the anchoring to the
ground use M8x120 mm expansion plugs and fasten the screws preceded by a washer.
Fig. 4A/ES
Fig. 4B/ES
Fig. 4C/ES
4 - Lean the rack on the pinion so that its end, once it has been fixed, coincides with the end of the door (Fig. 8/ES).
Mark the holes position.
5 - Make the gate run all its length repeating the procedure in order to find the fixing or welding points.
6 - To use the rack in nylon type ZE03 (Fig. 9A), bore the door with a 5.25mm drill, and fix the rack with 6,3mm self-tapping screws
(supplied with the rack). To use the galvanised rack type ZE07 (Fig. 9B), weld the couplings and fix the rack with the M8 screws
(supplied with the rack) preceded by a washer.
Fig. 6/ES Shim brackets
Fig. 5/ES
2 mm obtained at the end of the adjustment procedure
Fig. 7/ES
Fig. 8/ES
Fig. 9B/ES Fig. 9A/ES
Rack Type ZE03
Rack Type ZE07
7 - Once the rack has been fixed, loo-
sen the screws fixing the actuator
and remove the spacers.
8 - Reposition the motor so that the
pinion is exactly superposed by
the rack. The result must be the
same as that shown in Fig. 5/ES.
Mounting the rack:
1 - Close the gate completely.
2 - A play of 2mm must be ensured between the pinion and the rack for the whole length of the gate (Fig. 5/ES). To do so position
the spacers (provided) as shown in Fig. 6/ES.
This operation is very important for the motor operation and its dwell time. The gate load must not lie on the pinion, because it
could damage the automatic system.
3 - Release the motor by pulling the mechanical release lever to the right (Fig. 7/ES).
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Fig. 10/ES
Fig. 10A/ES
TAP
BRACKET
GATE LIMIT STOP
FRONTAL VIEW
Installation of mechanical limit stops.
At the open and close positions of the sliding gate, mechanical limit stops must be fit-
ted which are able to stop the movement of the gate during both opening (Fig. 10/ES)
and closing (Fig. 10A/ES). Always follow the recommendations of the various relevant
standards.
Note: For the high voltage (230V A.C.)
connection, unscrew the 4 screws (see
Fig. 11A/ZS) and connect the cables to
terminal 230V A.C. as shown in Fig.
11B/ZS.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The control central unit is powered by a safety transformer. To connect the 230V A.C.
supply cable to the automatic gate system unscrew the 4 screws and remove the
cover (Fig. 11A/ES). The recommended cross-section of the connecting cables for
the motor is 1.5mm
2
.
The low-voltage electrical circuit and the connected metallic structures MUST NOT
BE EARTHED as it is a SELV power supply (see the CEI 64-8 standard, part
411.1.4.1).
- The installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be carried out in
accordance with sound engineering practice. Make certain that the data on the data
plate conform with the mains electrical supply data and make certain that the sec-
tion of the connection cables is suitable for the loads applied.
- Equip the mains supply with a suitable overvoltage protection device, a switch/dis-
connector and/or differential for the product and in conformity with the standards in
force.
CONTROL UNIT PROGRAMMING
Refer to the section on the EC control unit for electronic card programming, page 27.
Fig. 11A/ES
Fig. 11B/ES
MANUAL RELEASE
In the event of mains power failure, the back-up battery ensures the operation of the
automatic gate system for a limited period. If the battery is discharged or not instal-
led, manually release the motor by opening the cover with the appropriate key (see
Fig. 4A/ES, 4B/ES, 4C/ES) and turn the lever of the release by 180 anticlockwise
(Fig. 7/ES). Close the cover again.
The electronic card will recharge the back-up battery as soon as the power supply is
restored.
MAINTENANCE
Have the general operation of the automatic gate system and the safety devices
checked once a year by qualified personnel.
Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operations on the automatic gate
system, switch off the power by means of the appropriate magnetic/thermal switch
upstream of the transformer and disconnect the back-up battery.
If the power supply is needed to carry out operational checks, disable all control devi-
ces (radio controls, keypads, etc.) except for the device used by the maintenance
technician.
Routine maintenance
Each of the following operations must be carried out when required, in any case,
they are compulsory every year.
Gate:
Lubricate with oil the gate sliding wheel and the skids of the upper guide. Check the
rack mounting and clean thoroughly. Clean the sliding rail.
Automatic gate system:
Check the security devices operation (photocells, switch trim etc.)
Check the state of the battery with a battery tester, even if the charge LED signals,
in case of mains failure, the state of the battery (see control unit instructions); in case
of replacement use an original battery and recycle the old battery in line with the stan-
dards in force (by specialised personnel).
N.B. In any case replace the battery every 2 years.
Extraordinary maintenance
Extraordinary maintenance cannot be forseen. Anyhow, if particular repair works
should be carried out on mechanical parts it is advised to remove the actuator to
allow repair works by authorized personnel.
Fuse 4A
Unused Unused
T
R
A
N
S
F
O
R
M
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R
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ZS SERIES ACTUATOR
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ZS SERIES ACTUATOR
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Mod. EA25
ACTUATOR FOR HINGED SWING GATES
Type EA25 - EA50
Overview
Externally-mounted irreversible electromechanical actuator, for hinged gates up to 2.5m (EA25) and up to 3.5m (EA50) in length.
The gearmotor is housed in a die-cast aluminium case, filled with special self-levelling grease, which is perfectly sealed and requires
no specific maintenance.
Mechanical release can be initiated using a special key. The slip screw is protected throughout its entire movement.
The actuator is supplied separately or together with other components in the relative kit.
mm
785
18 mm
mm
mm
m
m
mm
mm
mm
mm
m
m
Mod. EA50
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DATA PLATE
Mod. EA25 Mod. EA50
Motor supply 12V DC 12V DC
Max. Motor Power 30 watts 30 watts
Max. Working travel 29 cm 41cm
Max. Gate Length 2.5 m 3.5 m
Operating Temperature -25C +40C -25C +40C
Max. Motor Speed 1100 rpm 1100 rpm
Opening Time for 90 10 secs. 10 secs.
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EA SERIES ACTUATOR
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
The actuators should be hinged on one side to the gate, and on the other side to a flange, which in turn should be solidly attached
to the gates supporting pillar. Choose the position of the actuator and define the gates opening angle, checking the efficiency of its
operation. For this purpose consult the values outlined in table 1 before proceeding with installation.
Observations:
1. The data specified in the table are valid if the actuator is in the position of maximum extension when the gate is closed. This con-
dition is necessary to achieve maximum operational efficiency.
2. The data for the B values in the table, when referred to the corresponding A values, are to be considered maximum values (rec-
ommended values). The gate will operate with smaller B values but the same is not guaranteed for larger B values.
Fig. 2/EA
C
11
1
1
1
1
3
5
6
9
25 25
70
44
74
3
8
Fig. 5/EA
Fig. 6/EA
Fig. 7/EA
Installing mechanical gate stops.
For installation of mechanical gate stops see page 47.
Fig. 3B/EA
Fig. 3A/EA
3. The gate will not open to the desired angle for A values less than the minimum
outlined in the table.
4. If choosing between a number of values, the following are suggested:
90 opening - choose a value for A near the minimum indicated in the table;
120 opening - choose a value for A near the maximum indicated in the table.
Fig. 4/EA
120 opening
ZA 50
B (mm)
70
80
120
A (mm)
100
120
140
ZA 25
B (mm)
70
80
100
90 opening
ZA 50
B (mm)
200
200
200
200
200
A (mm)
70
80
100
120
140
ZA 25
B (mm)
200
180
160
150
130
Table. 1
C (mm) 1020 1300
Anchoring the actuator:
1 - Fasten the motor support bracket (kit ZX04) onto the internal surface of the gates supporting pillar. If the pillar is metallic, it must
be solidly welded into place (see Figs. 3B/EA).The auxiliary bracket can also be welded to the metallic pillar. This permits the
flange to be screwed on in three different positions (Fig. 5/EA), allowing the possibility, for example, to fasten the bracket away
from the edge of the pillar where screw anchors would not otherwise hold. In this case, the previously established A values indi-
cated in table 1 remain unchanged.
2- Arc weld the second bracket to the gate, considering value C (Fig. 2/EA).
3- Screw the actuator onto the support flange (Fig. 6/EA and Fig. 7/EA).
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EA SERIES ACTUATOR
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
1. To connect the power supply to the motor unscrew the 4 screws and remove the cover (See A in Fig. 8/EA).
Fig. 8/EA
Fig. 11/EA
Manual release
In case of mains failure, the back-up battery ensures the automatic gate system operation for a limited period of time. When there is no
battery or the same is flat, release the motor manually, open the cover by using the personalized key and turn the release lever 180 clock-
wise (fig .10/EA). Once the supply voltage has been re-established, the electronic circuit board will provide to recharge the back-up bat-
tery.
Mot. 1 1 2 11 12 13
Mot. 2 3 4 14 15 16
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P
E
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C
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B
R
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B
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C
1
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C
2
W
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ENCODER
+ -
3. If the ELVOX cable is not used for the power supply of the motor, use a cable with section of 2.5 mm
2
for the motor and with
section of 0.5 mm
2
for the encoder (for distances of up to 15 m). For cables of more than 15 m in length, use the 2x4 mm
2
sec-
tion for connecting the motor, and the 3x1 mm
2
section for the encoder.
4. Select short routes for the connections.
MAINTENANCE
Before carrying out the maintenance or cleaning disconnect the appliance from the mains unplugging the power cord or switching
off the installation, and disconnect the back-up battery. In case the installation must be powered during the check up of the opera-
tion, it is advised to control and disable any control device (radio controls, keypads etc.), with the exception of the device used by
the maintenance personnel.
Routine maintenance
Each of the following operations must be carried out when required, in any case, they are compulsory every year.
Gate:
Lubricate the hinges on which the gate swings mechanically.
Check the gate hinges, they must be perfectly levelled.
Motor supply:
1-3 red,
2-4 black
Encoder supply:
11-14 brown,
12-15 blue
Encoder signal:
13-16 white
2. Connect the wires according to the indications shown on the motor terminal block (see Fig. 9/EA) and on the electronic card (see
Fig. 6/EC, page 28).
Fig. 10/EA
Motor:
Oil (with an oiler) the wormscrew of the actuator loca-
ted at the bottom (fig .11/EA).
Do not oil the external rod, as this would attract dust
and cause abrasion of the surface.
Extraordinary maintenance
Extraordinary maintenance cannot be forseen. Anyhow,
if particular repair works should be carried out on
mechanical parts it is advised to remove the actuator to
allow repair works by authorized personnel.
Fig. 9/EA
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ZA SERIES ACTUATOR
ARTICULATED ARM ACTUATOR FOR AUTOMATIC HINGED GATE SYSTEM
Type ZA30
OVERVIEW
General features
Electromechanical irreversible actuator for external installa-
tion with manual release, for max. 3 m. 300Kg. long hinged
gates for residential use, suitable for motorizing gates
anchored to big pillars.
The actuator is housed in a thick ABS cover with very redu-
ced dimensions.
The mechanical release is accessible by using proper per-
sonalized key.
This actuator version has been designed to ease the instal-
lation using strong materials.
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
Mod. ZA30
Fig. 1/ZA30
190mm
350 mm
Dimensions:
A = Minimum 110 mm
B = From 0 to 370 mm
C = From 440 to 460 mm
C
A
B
4
0
0
3
5
0
1
6
0
TECHNICAL FEATURES
ZA30 Series
Motor supply voltage 12V D.C.
Absorbed current (idling operation 0.5 A
Motor speed 1300 rpm
Operating temperature - 20 C +60 C
Motor power 45 W
Protection range IP43
Working cycle Intensive
Max gate weight (gate 1,8 m. long) 400 Kg
Max length for gate (max weight 300 Kg) 3 m.
Opening max angle 140
Weight 11 Kg.
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
1. Fix the articulated arm support brac-
ket to the gate internal side as shown
in Fig. 2/ZA30.
2. Fix the motor base-plate to the wall in
horizontal position, at 150 mm height
from the floor and with 27 mm clea-
rance between the bottom of the
base-plate and the top of the articu-
lated arm bracket (Fig. 2A/ZA30)"
2
7

m
m
Fig. 2A/ZA30
150 mm
ZA SERIES ACTUATOR
3 - Fix the motor to the plate with two
M6x120 screws determining the ope-
ning direction.
Terminal block must always be fitted
outwards to the pillar.
4 - Insert the straight arm into the drive
shaft and fix it with the M6x45 screw.
5 - J oin the straight arm with the curved
one and fix them with the screw
M8x20.
6 - Connect the curved arm to the sup-
port bracket fitted on the gate by
using the screw M12x50 and the nut
(see Fig. 3A/ZA30).
Fig. 4/ZA30
Right-hand installation
Left-hand installation
For the right-hand installation, the motor
must be positioned according to Fig.
4/ZA30.
Installing mechanical end stops
For the installation of mechanical end
stops, see page 47
Fig. 3B/ZA30
Fig. 3A/ZA30
Screw
Nut
Fig. 2/ZA30
Hinge
Pillar
440460 mm
Gate
Bracket
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ZA SERIES ACTUATOR
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
1. To connect the power supply,
remove the lock release and then
the cover to access the terminal
board (see fig.6/ZA30).
2. Connect the wires according to the
specifications on the motor terminal
block (see fig.5/ZA30) and the elec-
tronic card (see fig.6/EC page 28).
3. If you do not use Elvox cable for the
motor supply, we advise a 2,5 mm
2
and 0,5mm for the encoder. cable
section for distances up to 15 m. For
cables of more than 15 m in length
use the 2x4 mm
2
section for con-
necting the motor and the 3x1 mm
2
section for the encoder.
4. For connections choose short paths
Manual release
In the event of mains power failure, the
back-up battery ensures the operation of
the automatic gate system for a limited
period. If the battery is discharged or not
installed, manually release the actuator
by opening the cover with the appropria-
te key and unscrewing the release
wheel (see Fig. 6/ZA30 and 7/ZA30).
Once the supply voltage has been re-
established, the electronic card will
recharge the buffer.
Motor supply
red - black
Fig. 6/ZA30
Fig. 7/ZA30
Manual release
MAINTENANCE
Before carrying out the maintenance or cleaning disconnect the appliance from the mains unplugging the power cord or switching
off the installation, and disconnect the back-up battery. In case the installation must be powered during the check up of the opera-
tion, it is advised to control and disable any control device (radio controls, keypads etc.), with the exception of the device used by
the maintenance personnel.
Routine maintenance
Each of the following operations must be carried out when required, in any case, they are compulsory every year.
Gate:
Lubricate the hinges on which the gate swings mechanically.
Check the gate hinges, they must be perfectly levelled.
Extraordinary maintenance
Extraordinary maintenance cannot be forseen. Anyhow, if particular repair works should be carried out on mechanical parts it is
advised to remove the actuator to allow repair works by authorized personnel.
Fig. 5/ZA30
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ZI SERIES ACTUATOR
UNDERGROUND ACTUATOR FOR HINGED SWING GATES
Type ZI26 - ZI27
Overview
The ZI underground actuators are suitable for all types of hinged gates with gate lengths up to 1.6m (without electric lock) and over
1.6m with electric lock.
It consists of a low voltage (12V DC) motor with a gearing unit housed in an aluminium case, of sturdy construction and reduced
dimensions, enabling maximum ease of installation.
Underground actuators blend harmoniously with the aesthetics of all types of gate as they do not affect overall appearance.
OVERALL
DIMENSIONS
Fig. 1/ZI
3
8
0
1
4
0
90
Mod. ZI26
Mod. ZX41
Mod. ZI27
5
5
5
7
3
1
7
4
8
6
Mod. ZX41
138
5
5
5
5
5
7
3
1
7
4
8
6
138
5
5
The actuators are supplied separately or together with other components in the relative kit. The actuator must be mounted in the-
foundation box Type ZX41, provided separately from the motor it will not fit into earlier models of the foundation box.
ZI series underground electromechanical actuators are designed for low traffic applications without excessive load and are suitable
for all types of gate with leaves. Despite the high-technology of the automatic gate system, at the time of commissioning of the
system, certain application standards must be taken into account:
1. Maximum length per leaf must not exceed 1.8 m for ZI26 and 4 m for ZI27.
2. Maximum weight per leaf must not exceed 200 kg for ZI26 and 400 kg for ZI27.
3. The foundation box must be absolutely level on all 4 sides.
4. The gearmotor shaft must be absolutely in line with the pivot of the gate.
5. The pivot of the gate must be level, in other words, if the gate is blocked or has no automated system, it must not open or close
independently at any point on its travel.
In the event of non-compliance with the points set out above, ELVOX accepts no responsibility for malfunction or breakage, and
the warranty shall be deemed invalid.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DATA PLATE
Mod. ZI26 Mod. ZI27
Motor supply 12V DC 12V DC
Power consumption 0.5 0.5
Max. Motor Power 30 watts 40 watts
Operating Temperature -20C +60C -20C +60C
Max. Motor Speed 1000 rpm 1200 rpm
Protections standards IP 67 IP 67
Maximum weight per door (length max. 1,8m) 200 Kg. 400 Kg.
Maximum length for each door (weight max. 200Kg.) 1,8 m. 4 m.
Max width angle 360 360
Weight 7 Kg. 10.7 Kg.
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ZI SERIES ACTUATOR
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Install underground actuators ZI26 and ZI27 in line with the pivot of the gate.
Installation on the hinge axis.
Also see Fig. 2/ZI, where:
A = gate
B = key release type ZDA7 (ZI26) or ZDB7 (ZI27)
C = cable input
D = drainage
E = gravel
F = foundation box Type ZX41
Preparatory phase:
1. Remove the gate.
2. Locate the bracket type ZDA7 or ZDB7 on the lower edge of the gate and weld
it to the gate itself.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 in the case of a double gate.
MIN. 73 mm
Fig. 2/ZI
E- Gravel for rain
water flow
D- Drainage pipe to connect to
the rain water effluent
F
C- Pipe for cable insertion
Parts for the ZI26 and ZI27 actuators installation
Before fitting key release Type ZDA7 or ZDB7 on
the bronze bushing, liberally grease both the
bronze bushing (Nr. 1, Fig. 3/ZI) and the central
ring (Nr. 2, Fig. 3/ZI).
These components must be greased externally at
least once every 3 months.
Before inserting the motor at the release (n5 Fig.
3/ZI) thoroughly grease the drive pin.
Fig. 3/ZI
FOUNDATION BOX FOR UNDERGROUND GEARMOTORS ZI: ZX41
Position
1
2
3
4
5
Description
Bushing
Central ring
Box
Cover
Unlocking device Type ZDA7, ZDB7
Dimensions:
A 555 mm.
B 174 mm.
C 134 mm.
D 86 mm.
E 73 mm.
F 55 mm.
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ZI SERIES ACTUATOR
Installation of central ringnut with bracket retainer.
Depending on the installation of foundation box type ZX41 there are 4 bracket retainer options in the case of manual release (see
figure ).
ZX41 ZX41
ZX41 ZX41
Gate Gate
Gate
Gate
Site preparation:
1. Dig a recess near the gate pillar of sufficient volume to
house the foundation case.
2. Make a solid concrete base in the recess
3. Put the foundation case in the recess so that it is (or can be)
on the same axis as the upper hinge of the gate.
4. Insert a conduit for the power cable and a drainage pipe
(details C and D of Fig. 2/ZI).
5. Cover the entire open space around the box with concrete
up to ground level.
6. Wait until the casting is dry and the concrete has set.
7. Repeat steps 1 to 7 in the case of a double gate.
8. Insert the actuator and carry out operations of Fig. 4/ZI.
Positioning the gate:
Place the gate in a vertical position making sure that the pin of the
gearmotor is properly positioned in the dowel welded to the sup-
port bracket and that the pin is directly in line with the upper hinge
of the gate.
Drain pipe D in Fig. 2/ZI must be perfectly clean inside to
ensure the rapid discharge of rain water. Cover the entire
pipe length with gravel to facilitate water drainage and pre-
vent earth from entering and clogging the drain pipe.
ZI26
Shunt box
Cable
2x2 +
3x0.5 mm
2
ZI27
Cable
2x2 +
3x0.5 mm
2
Installing mechanical end stops
For the installation of mechanical end stops, see page 47.
Electrical installation
1. After inserting the motor at the release, make the connections by following the operations shown in Fig. 5/ZI and the diagram on
page 28.
Fig. 5/ZI
Fig. 4/ZI
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ZI26 - ZI27 SERIES ACTUATOR
MAINTENANCE
In case the installation must be powered during the check up of the operation, it is advised to control and disable any control devi-
ce (radio controls, keypads etc.), with the exception of the device used by the maintenance personnel.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Each of the following operations must be carried out when required, in any case, they are compulsory every year.
GATE
Lubricate the hinges on which the gate swings mechanically.
Check that the motor reducer shaft is perfectly aligned with the gate hinge.
MOTOR - FOUNDATION BOX
Lubricate (with an oiler) the gate pivots.
Check that the foundation box is level on all 4 sides with the top pivot of the gate.
Check that the drainage pipe is clean to allow drainage of rainwater.
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
Extraordinary maintenance cannot be forseen. Anyhow, if particular repair works should be carried out on mechanical parts it is
advised to remove the actuator to allow repair works by authorized personnel.
CONNECTIONS:
Power supply: Red - black
Encoder: Brown-Blue-White
2. Connect the wires as shown in the table: Motor supply:
1-3 red,
2-4 black
Encoder supply:
11-14 brown,
12-15 blue
Encoder signal:
13-16 white
3. If the ELVOX cable is not used for the power supply of the motor, use a cable with section of 2.5 mm
2
for the motor and 0.5 mm
2
for the encoder (distances of up to 15m).
For cables of more than 15 m in length, a 2x4 mm
2
section cable for connecting the motor, and a 3x1 mm
2
section cable for the
encoder.
4. Select short routes for the connections.
Manual release
In the event of mains power failure, the back-up battery ensures the operation of the automatic gate system for a limited period. If
the battery is discharged or not installed, manually release the actuator using the personalised key.
1. Open the plastic door.
2. Insert the key and turn it by 1/4 of a turn.
3. Move the lever (Fig. 6/ZI).
4. The gate leaf is released and opens with slight pressure.
5. Return the key to the initial position (by turning it by 1/4 of a turn).
6. Remove the key and close the door.
7. Repeat operations 1 to 5 for the second gate leaf, if present.
Fig. 6/ZI
LOCK
RELEASE
WELDS TO GATE
WELDS TO GATE
WELDS TO GATE
TO UNDERGROUND ACTUATOR
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MECHANICAL GATE STOPS


Installation of mechanical gate stops
At the gate leaf open and closed positions, it is advisable to install mechanical gate stops capable of stopping the movement of the
gate at the end of both the opening and closing phases.
In any event, follow the advice set out in the relevant standards and Directives.
For gate leaves of over 1.6 m, you are advised to use the elbow locking latch type ZD06, and electric lock type ZD04.
For connection of the electric lock, see page 48.
ELBOW LOCKING LATCH
Type ZD06
Stainless steel return spring with adjuster ring nut.
Right-hand - left-hand application.
Screw fixing on the gate stop.
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3. Re-fit handle A on the opposite side
of the enclosure and fit plate B
rotated through 180.
STOP ADJUSTMENT
If the gate or door are correctly posi-
tioned simply move plate G up or
down by means of screws H-H, (Fig.
3).
ENTRY ADJUSTMENT
To adjust the entry, loosen screws F-
F1, slide the cylinder along the slot
and secure in the required position
(Fig. 2/ZD04).
Fig.4/ZD04
Fig.4/ZD04
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
Following adjustments, assemble the
cylinder (Fig. 4/ZD04).
Plate for support
inside enclosure
CONNECTIONS
- Make connections to the electric
lock keeping wires as short as pos-
sible.
- Connect the wires to the electronic
card (Type ZC) in the terminal for
activation of the electric lock at 12V
D.C. (LOCK terminal n5 and
COM2 terminal n9).
Terminal board for card Type ZC
Electric lock 12V
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Electric lock for doors and gates with
fixed cylinder. Right/Left-hand.
Single entry adjustable from 50 to 70
mm. Height-adjustable contrast.
Standardised fixing hole interaxis.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- Steel enclosure
- Brass self-locking
electromechanical block
- Power supply: 12V
- Pack: box with 1 lock
- Gross weight 1,400 g
- Finish: galvanised
- Dimensions ZD04
MULTIPLE ELECTRIC LOCK FOR DOORS AND GATES
Type ZD04
INSTALLATION
- Reversibility
To set to left-hand operation, proceed
as follows:
1. Remove handle Aand internal plate
B (Fig.1);
Fig.1/ZD04
2. Remove screw C and insert in hole
D (Fig. 2);
Fig.1/ZD04
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MECHANICAL GATE STOPS
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OVERALL DIMENSIONS Mod. EB10


Fig. 1/EB
Overview
The EB10 electromechanical actuator is suitable for all types of horizontally-pivoted doors with surface areas up to a
maximum of 10 m
2
and weight up to a maximum of 200 Kg. for surfaces over 10 m
2
and weight up to a maximum of
300 Kg. use 2 motors in parallel.
It consists of a low voltage (12V DC) motor with a gearing unit housed in a completely sealed, oil-filled aluminium
case, of sturdy construction and reduced dimensions.
Its silent and linear functioning provides safe and pleasant operation, and is enhanced by a timed courtesy light
(which switches off 2 mins. after the last manoeuvre).
The design of this generation of actuators combines ease of installation with the use of hardwearing materials.
The kit is supplied individually or in conjunction with other articles in kit
ACTUATORS FOR HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED COUNTERWEIGHTED
DOORS TYPE EB10
m
m
mm
mm
EB SERIES ACTUATOR
Single central motor installation:
As well as the ZB10 gearmotor as shown in Fig. 2/ZB, the following accessories are
required:
A girder
B telescopic-arm attachment bracket
C support bracket
E transmission axles with welded dowel
F3 pair of straight telescopic arms or
F4 pair of curved telescopic arms
Normally it is preferable to use the straight telescopic arms (F3). When, however, the
distance between the edge of the counterweight box and the external edge of the
horizontally-pivoted door which faces it is less than 15 - 20 mm (see Fig. 3/ZB), it will
be necessary to use the curved arms (F4) (which prevent the telescopic arm and the
arm of the horizontally-pivoted door from crossing).
These accessories are supplied in kit form (see following page).
Fig. 2/EB
Fig. 3/EB
Door
frame
1520 mm
1520
Counterweight
ecnclosure
mm
mm
Rebalancing of horizontally pivoted doors
In certain cases, fitting an automated system on a horizontally pivoted door makes
it necessary to adjust the counterweights. To ensure longer service life of the motor
and less mechanical stress, you are advised to rebalance the system
(1)
by adding
other counterweights so as to ensure correct balance in any position.
Installation of mechanical end stops
At the closing and opening positions of the horizontally pivoted door, fit plastic end
stops capable of attenuating the impact of the door leaf against the frame.
(1)
- To balance the horizontally pivoted door (or the motors installed) remove the coun-
terweights, position the door at a height of 1500 mm and measure (using a weighing
machine) the force needed to keep it in equilibrium. After measuring the force, calculate
the weight of the counterweights.
For example: if the weight is 30 kg, it is necessary to fit 2 weights of 15 kg on each side.
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
The ZB10 gearmotor for horizontally-pivoted doors can be installed in two different
ways:
A. Single central motor: the preferred method if the horizontally-pivoted door does
not exceed 10 m
2
(up to 200 Kg.) in total surface area.
B. Pair of lateral motors: when a total surface area exceeding 10 m
2
(up to 300Kg).
For horizontally pivoted systems with a door, use the safety kit type ZN26.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DATA PLATE
Mod. EB10
Power Source 12V DC
Max. Motor Power 45 watts
Operating Temperature -25C +40C
Gearing Speed 1,7 rpm
Maximum door area 10 m
2
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Type ZX14
Central-mounting straight-arm kit
Type ZX13
Side-mounting straight-arm kit
Type ZX15
Side-mounting curved-arm kit
Type ZX10
Central-mounting curved-arm kit
brackets
tubes
straight tel.
arms
straight tel.
arms
guides
girder girder
brackets
brackets
curved arms
curved arms
Type ZX27
Central-kit for curved-arm.
(To be combined with kit Type ZX10)
tubes
girder
EB SERIES ACTUATOR
Anchoring the girders:
Fix the girders with screws or rivets as follows:
1. Attach the girder a little to the left or the right of the horizontally-pivoted door so
as to not to obstruct the release of the lock handle.
2. Fix the screws or rivets to the frame or the crossbars of the horizontally-pivoted
door.
Gearmotor Installation:
1. Identify the position of the gearmotor on the girder according to the distances
described in Fig. 4/EB.
2. Insert the two stud bolts and tighten fully (see Fig. 5/EB).
Fig. 5/EB
Fig. 4/EB
A
Manual
Release
brackets
guides
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EB SERIES ACTUATOR
Fig. 7/EB
Fig. 8/EB
3. Fix the axles to the drive shaft of the gearmotor by screwing in the dowels.
4. Insert the relevant support brackets (see Fig. 6/EB, detail C) on the axles and mark the position in which they should be fixed.
In particular, check the alignment of the axles and the solidity of the chosen position.
5. Remove the axles and drill the holes in the door.
6. Attach the brackets with self-tapping screws.
L1 L2
C
C
Fig.6/EB
Pipe support square
Telescopic arm
ZX14-ZX10
Counterweight
enclosure
Telescopic arm
ZX14-ZX10
Counterweight
enclosure
Door frame Door frame
Installation of the transmission axles
1. Measure the distances (L1 and L2 in Fig 6/EB) between the gearmotor shaft (see Fig. 3/EB, part A) and the straight or curved tel-
escopic arm (Fig. 6/EB).
2. Add a fixed distance of 25 mm to these measurements. Block the reduction gear clutch and cut the transmission axles to a length
(Fig. 7/ES, 8/ES) of
D1=L1+25mm
D2=L2+25mm
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2. The telescopic arms are usually longer than is necessary: this allows their instal-
lation on horizontally-pivoted doors of various sizes. The arms should be short-
ened as follows:
A. Open the horizontally-pivoted door completely (see Fig. 10/EB). This position cor-
responds to the maximum extension of the telescopic arm.
B. Ensure that in this position there is play of at least 2 - 3 cm (to do this it is nec-
essary to cut both components of the telescopic arm, see Fig. 7/EB).
C. Smooth off the newly-cut internal and external edges of the arms.
Fig. 10/EB
:
:
:
:
Fig. 11/EB
Fig. 12/EB
B
Fig. 9/EB
Telescopic
arm
Existing arm
Mounting the telescopic arms:
1. If the horizontally-pivoted door is not already set up for the attachment of a tele-
scopic arm, it will be necessary to attach the relevant brackets (see B, Fig. 2/EB),
according to the values described in Fig. 9/EB.
3. Insert the pins of the telescopic arms in the transmission axles via the hole in the
support brackets (see Fig. 11/EB).
4. Fix the tubular part of the telescopic arm to bracket B (see Figs. 2/EB and 11/EB)
using the bolt supplied in the kit.
5. Check that the horizontally-pivoted door is fully closed and that the arms are
properly aligned. Weld the pins of the two arms to the transmission axles (see
Fig. 12/EB).
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EB SERIES ACTUATOR
L
A B C D E F G H I
Fig. 13A/EB
A- COMMON 1
B- N.O. OPEN/CLOSE
C- N.O. OPEN VEHICLE
D- N.O. OPEN PEDESTRIAN
E- CLOSE
F- COMMON 1
G- N.C. STOP
H- N.C. PHOTOCELL
I- PHOTOCELL FOR GATE ON OPENING PHASE PARTIAL STOP
Pedestrian door
Fig. 13/EB
Handle
Safety kit
Type ZN26
Handle
INSTALLATION IN A HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED DOOR WITH PEDESTRIAN DOOR
For horizontally pivoted doors with an area not exceeding 10m
2
(max. 200kg) with pedestrian door, it is possible to install gearmotor
type EB10. in a central position using only one transmission axle and the corresponding telescopic arm (Fig. 13/EB).
Follow the instructions for installation of a central motor, bearing in mind that the central member (part. A, fig. 2/EB) must always be
positioned on the release handle side, where the door is.
For this type of installation, correct mechanical set-up of the horizontally pivoted door is imperative, i.e. opening and closing without
friction and balancing of the door with counterweights (see page 4/EB).
If the door does not have a safety device, install the ELVOX safety device type ZN26.
The device (L) for the pedestrian door must be connected to an NC safety contact on the ZC series electronic control card.
Open the cover of the device and connect the NO contact (NC with door closed) to terminal COM 1 22 and FCOS 25 of the con-
trol card (see Fig. 13A/EB).
Telescopic arm
ZX14-ZX10
Counterweight
enclosure
Door frame
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INSTALLATION OF EXTERNAL MANUAL RELEASE TYPE ZD05 - ZD09
It is possible to fit a release on the handle using the Elvox kit type ZD05 or type
ZD09 (see Fig. 14/EB and 15/EB). It is still possible to gain access to the manual
release of the reduction gear.
Before installing the release, remove the door return rod.
Fig. 14/EB
ZD09
ZD05
INSTALLATION OF TWO SIDE MOTORS
With the two actuators type EB10, use the accessories shown on page 52 (kit type
ZX13 or type ZX15). You are advised to use straight telescopic arms. If, however,
the distance between the edge of the counterweight enclosure and the outer edge
of the horizontally pivoted door is less than 15 20 mm (see Fig. 16/EB), it is neces-
sary to use curved arms F1 to prevent crossover between the telescopic arm and
the arm of the horizontally pivoted door.
Procedure for installation of the motors
1. Fix the members with the rivets
2. Fix the tubular part of the telescopic arm to the square B (see Fig. 2), with the
bolt supplied in the kit, observing the measurements, Fig. 11/EB-12/EB.
3. Fit the member in such a way that the telescopic arm can be coupled directly to
the boss on the transmission pinion
4. Fix the rivets onto the frame or onto the transverse bars or onto load-bearing
parts of the horizontally pivoted door.
5. The telescopic arms are normally longer than necessary so that they can be
installed on horizontally pivoted doors of various sizes.
To shorten the telescopic arms:
A. Position the horizontally pivoted door at maximum opening (see Fig. 10/EB),
which corresponds to maximum compression of the telescopic arm.
B. Cut both parts of the telescopic arm , making certain that there is a minimum dis-
tance of 23 cm as shown in Fig. 10/EB.
C. Smooth the sharp corners on the inside and outside of the arms, where you have
just made the cuts.
6. Fit the transmission shaft of the gearmotor in the boss of the telescopic arm and
tighten the grub screw.
Installation of the external manual release:
Repeat the operations described for installation of the single motor and connect the
releases to the handle (see Fig. 14/EB-15/EB).
Fig. 16/EB
mm mm
1. To connect the motor, simply press the courtesy light cover to remove and con-
nect the wires according to the specifications on the terminal block (see fig.
17/EB).
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
2. The recommended section for the motor connection cables is 2.5 mm2( for dis-
tances up to 15 m)
For cables of more than 15 metres in length use 3x1 mm2 section cables for con-
necting the motor.
3. For connections choose short paths
For dual motor installation, the connecting cables of the second motor must be
inserted in parallel in the terminals of the first motor (MOT 1). Use and connect only
the motor 1 encoder.
Fig. 17/EB
EB SERIES ACTUATOR
Motor supply (red - black)
Courtesy light (grey - orange)
Encoder (brown - blue - white)
O
P
E
N
C
L
O
S
E
B
R
O
W
N
B
L
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E
E
N
C
1
W
H
I
T
E
C
O
M
G
R
E
Y
C
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r
t
e
s
y
l
i
g
h
t
ENCODER MOT. 1 LC-LAMP
Cable
Screw to
adjust the
cable tension
Br ac ket
and door
lock fixing
D o o r
handle
Door lock
Terminal
for cable
block
Fig. 15/EB
1 MOTOR 2 MOTORS
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MAINTENANCE
Before carrying out the maintenance or cleaning disconnect the appliance from the mains unplugging the power cord or switching
off the installation, and disconnect the back-up battery. In case the installation must be powered during the check up of the opera-
tion, it is advised to control and disable any control device (radio controls, keypads etc.), with the exception of the device used by
the maintenance personnel.
Routine maintenance
Each of the following operations must be carried out when required, in any case, they are compulsory every year.
Door:
Lubricate with oil the slides and the hinges on which the door moves (Fig. 18/EB - A - B).
Extraordinary maintenance
Extraordinary maintenance cannot be forseen. Anyhow, if particular repair works should be carried out on mechanical parts it is
advised to remove the actuator to allow repair works by authorized personnel.
Fig. 17/EB
Manual release
In the event of mains power failure, the back-up battery provides sufficient autonomy for a number of opening cycles.
If your installation is not equipped with a back-up battery, the motor can be released manually by turning the pin located to the left
of the motor clockwise (Fig. 5/EB).
ZB SERIES ACTUATOR
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The ZN10 operator integrates perfectly with the design of any up and over door with-
out essentially altering its appearance. It also features quiet and linear operation
which renders it safe and agreeable to use, thanks not least to a courtesy light timed
to switch off after 3 minutes.
Total safety
The use of low voltage motors (12 V) eliminates any risk of electrical discharges or
accidental electrification of the structure.
Electronic clutch
if the door is obstructed by an obstacle, an electronic device will immediately stop
the automatic system as soon as the slightest hint of abnormal friction is detected,
and reverse the movement by about 10 cm.
Easy to install
Simpler electrical installation thanks to the separate control unit, optimizing mainte-
nance and assembly (can be connected to the power supply using an existing sock-
et). The control unit lights up automatically (when the motor is activated) and has a
button for opening and closing the door. The absence of any control head at the
end of the mechanism, and consequently the reduction in length of 310 mm, is espe-
cially advantageous in situations where space may be limited.
Maintenance-free and reliable
With the new operating principle of a motor travelling along a fixed chain in a track,
the automatic system is quiet and long-lasting, and requires no maintenance.
COMPLETE KIT FOR SECTIONAL DOOR
TYPE ZKN1
COMPLET KIT FOR SPRING OR COUNTERWEIGHT HORIZONTALLY-PIVOTED DOOR
TYPE ZKN2
R
R
ZN SERIES ACTUATOR
ZN10 AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR SECTION-
AL AND SPRING OR COUNTERBALANCE
HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED DOORS
General description
The ZN10 electromechanical operator is
designed for sectional and spring or counter-
balance up and over doors.
Thanks to its push-pull and closing force,
650N, it will open and close doors up to 10 m
2
max without difficulty. This generation of
operators is designed with the accent on ease
of installation but also on the strength of the
materials employed.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
Mod. ZN10
- Electromechanical operator:
- Control unit
Mod. ZN20
1
1
6
2
7
0
1
4
0
1
3
5
8
0
1
2
5
2
7
0
2
6
0
0
1
6
0
0
75
35
1
6
0
0
7
0
30
5
0
0
2
5
0
2
5
0
120
- J ointed C-track
- Overall length: 3230 mm
- Dimensions of pack:
ZN10 motor unit: 16x16x800 mm
Tracks: 16x5.5x160 mm
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ZN SERIES ACTUATOR
PACKAGING CHECK-LIST
The ZN10 operator does not cause particular handling problems during transport.
The standard version must be combined with the 2600 mm guide (working stroke of motor), type ZN20. The two components are
packed in small cardboard boxes. They must be stored in a dry area that is protected from the weather.
Contents of article ZN10 (Fig. A).
- No. 1 control unit with electronic card and 433 MHz receiver
- No. 1 electromechanical operator
- No. 1 longitudinal rod and door corner fitting
- No. 1 front bracket supporting the track
- No. 1 ceiling suspension bracket for the track
- No. 1 instruction manual
- No. 2 remote controls Type ZT03
Contents of article ZN20 (Fig. A).
- No. 2 C-tracks length 1600 mm.
- No. 2 sliding limit switches
- No. 1 chain with chain raceway
- No. 1 snap-on component with cable for connections to the control unit (6900 mm)
- No. 1 connector for the two C-tracks
- No. 1 ceiling suspension bracket
- No. 1 bag containing material required for assembly.
Assembly material in the bag (Fig. B)
- No. 4 wood screws 8x60
- No. 4 plugs S10
- No. 5 washers 8.4
- No. 2 wood screws 4x50
- No. 2 plugs S6
- No. 5 hexagonal head screws
for metal plate, 6.5x19
- No. 1 long bolt 10x35
- No. 1 short bolt 10x35
- No. 2 safety clips
- No. 1 self-locking nut M8
- No. 1 suspension spring
- No. 1 fixing pin M8x110
- No. 1 two-component chain-link
Fig. A/ZN
Fig. B/ZN
In addition to Type ZN10-ZN20, the Kit ZKN2
also contains Type ZN21 (curved arm).
Control unit supply voltage 130 (-10% +6%) V A.C.
Nominal frequency 50-60 Hz
Motor 12V D.C.
Rated current 0.95 A (a 330 N)
Motor speed 33 rpm (unloaded)
Motor power 150 W
Max. torque. 650 N
Nominal traction force 195 N
Maximum speed 180 mm/s
Power consumption in stand-by ~2N
Relative noise (only automation) <75 DBA
Working temperature: -20C +50C
Protection level: IP40
Working cycle: 15%
Max. surface area of door: 10m
2
max. height of door (standard version) 2600 mm
Radio receiver 433 MHz
Courtesy light YES (24 V, 21 W bulb)
Weight 16 Kg
Working stroke standard version 2600 mm
TECHNICALTECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DATA PLATE ZN10
Doors with a height exceeding 2600 mm require the addition of an extension Type ZN22 of 1600mm (working stroke 4,200 mm.).
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Fig. 1/ZN Loosen the limit switch (1) on the first track, "end
track", and move it in the direction shown by the
arrow. Open the chain (2) by 180
Fig. 2/ZN Unlock the motor by pulling the manual release (n).
Insert the chain in the motor so that it engages with
the pinion.
Fig. 3/ZN Insert the motor in the "end track".
Fig. 4/ZN Insert the connector joining the two tracks (2).
Bring the tracks together until they stop and lock.
Fig. 5/ZN Insert the fixing pin (2) and connect it to the chain
using the joint 3.
Bend both components upwards until the safety
washer locks (1).
Fig. 6/ZN Insert the "head" into the "start track" and into the
fixing pin. Adjust the limit switch (3).
ZN SERIES ACTUATOR
Fig. 7/ZN Insert the washer (1) and the spring (2) on the
fixing pin (3).
Fig. 8/ZN Screw up the nut (1), holding the chain still with a
clamp (2) until reaching the mark. (caution: do not
press on the chain connector with the pin).
Fig. 9/ZN Move the pin and the chain as indicated by the
arrows (towards the outside) until reaching the
stop.
Fig. 10/ZN Insert the ceiling suspension bracket (1) on the C-
track (2).
3
1
2
Fig. 2/ZN
Fig. 1/ZN
Fig. 3/ZN
Fig. 5/ZN
Fig. 6/ZN
Fig. 4/ZN
2
Fig. 7/ZN
Fig. 8/ZN
Fig. 9/ZN
Fig. 10/ZN
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ZN SERIES ACTUATOR
Installing the C-track.
Fig. 11/ZN Determine the highest point of the door. The top
part of the C-track must be above this point, and at
a distance of at least 30 mm from the ceiling.
The distance between the maximum door opening
point and the lower guide corner with C section must
be included between 5 mm (min.) and 65 mm.
(max), while the thrust arm must have an angle of
30 (see Fig. 20).
Fig. 12/ZN The start track can be fixed either to the door lintel
(A) or to the ceiling (B).
Fig. 13/ZN Measure the centre of the door (C) and mark the
point on the door, on the lintel and on the ceiling.
Fig. 14/ZN Drill two holes (D) 10 in the lintel or in the ceiling,
74 mm to the right and to the left of the centre of the
door (C).
Fig. 15/ZN Open the door and mark the centre of the door on
the ceiling (E).
Fig. 16/ZN Insert two plugs S10 into the lintel (1), lift up the
track (2) and fix it (3) using two screws 3x60 (4) and
the two U-shaped washers (5).
Fig. 17/ZN Lift the track (3) and align the suspension bracket
with the ceiling. The fixing point must be in area B,
where B =from 0 to 600 mm.
Drill two holes 10x65 mm, insert two plugs S10 (1) and fasten two
screws 8x60 (2) firmly into place, using the two U-washers (3).
Fig. 18/ZN Fix (3) the door corner fitting (1) onto the rod, in a
longitudinal direction with respect to the position of
the motor. Unlock the motor by pulling the manual
release (N).
Fig. 19/ZN Move the motor (1) all the way forwards (3) with the
rod. Align the door corner fitting (5) with the centre of
the doorway, drilling four holes 5mm. Adjust the limit
switch (4), moving it all the way up to the motor.
Fig. 20/ZN Move the limit switch (1) up to point (2), that is to say
all the way back. Open the door (3) manually from
the side. Once open it is possible to adjust the open
limit switch.
A
B
D
Fig. 12A/ZN
Fig. 11/ZN
Fig. 12B/ZN
Fig. 14/ZN
C
E
Fig. 13/ZN
Fig. 15/ZN
Fig. 17/ZN
Fig. 16/ZN
Fig. 19/ZN
Fig. 18/ZN
max 30
Fig. 20/ZN
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Fig. 21/ZN
Fig. 22/ZN
Installing the variable sectional door mounting type ZN27
Loosen the two screws and remove the U shaped section of the door mounting. Fasten to the sectional door mounting as illustrated.
Fig. 21/ZN: Set the sectional door mounting to the right length A, fix in place with 2 metal screws B and fasten to the upper section
of the door (X). Slide the boomerang C into the connecting rod D (U Section) and connect with 2 M10x25 bolts and nuts.
Fig. 22/ZN: If necessary shorten the connecting rod by sawing off accordingly and connect directly to the sectional door mounting.
ZN SERIES ACTUATOR
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CURVED ARM
For counterbalance up and over doors, remove approximately 3-8 Kg, according to the weight of the door. For spring up and over
doors, reduce the tension in the spring by 3-5 cm, according to the weight of the door.
Assembly:
1. Remove the door lock lever (1). Determine the point of maximum aperture of the swing device. Position the track 10-12 mm
above the door.
2. Position the curve (2) vertically and at the centre of the door, and bring it up to the top edge of the swing device (3). On the angle
irons (4) supporting the curve, position the holes so as to allow stable fixing to the door frame (5).
3. Screw the curve to the swing device frame. Install an emergency release (6) and move it so that the end of the curved arm (12)
is located at the hole in the motor block. Always leave a distance of almost 50 mm (see drawing).
If required, after removing the screws (7), modify the length in 25 mm steps (8), after first unlocking the spacer track (9).
Do not connect the curved arm to the motor yet!
4. Move the motor back (end part of the track).
5. Open the up and over device manually. Push the curved arm backwards.
6. Remove the lock nut (10) connecting the track to the ceiling. Move the track by an amount (see arrow) sufficient that the hole in
the motor (11) coincides with the hole in the curved arm. Connect the curved arm to the motor. Adjust the power and movement
as described in the assembly instructions.
Emergency release
1. Lower the red lever on the motor
(N) to release it and open the hori-
zontally pivoted door manually (see
figure 19/ZN).
2. Install the manual release in the
door using the appropriate bracket,
which must be fixed in the handle of
the door, secure it with the cable
clamp (type ZN24), and insert the
cable in place of the red motor
release lever.
3. With ELVOX kit type ZN23 it is pos-
sible to release the automated clo-
sure system from outside the door.
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Operation of external release device type.ZN23
The garage door can also be opened manually from the outside by means of the
motor release. For this purpose, insert key 1 (A) in cylinder 2 (Fig. a), turn it clockwi-
se and remove with lock cylinder (B). At the same time cable 6 will release the motor.
External release device assembly
According to the type of garage door, choose one of the assembly options shown in
fig. b.
Fig. b
Fig. a
Fig. c
Drill a hole (diam. 20 mm) to insert the cylinder of lock 2 (fig.c) at approx. 60 cm from
the upper edge of the garage door.
If necessary, enlarge the hole from inside for threaded bushing 3 (diam. 23 mm; see
fig.c), and proceed with assembly.
In the case of sheet steel doors, drill four 4 mm holes for the washer (on a circumfe-
rence of 26 mm.), (see fig. b letter F).
Now tie cable 6 (fig.c ) onto ring 7 (fig.c) of the lock cylinder. Tie the other end of the
cable to motor release cable 8 (fig.a.).
Avoid tensioning the cord.
The installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be carried out in accor-
dance with sound engineering practice. Make certain that the data on the data plate
conform with the mains electrical supply data and make certain that the section of the
connection cables is suitable for the loads applied.
Electrical connections:
Follow the enclosed instructions to connect the
cables for the safety devices.
Remember that:
1) The mains power supply cable (230 Volts) provi-
ded must not be either cut or extended.
2) In accordance with European safety regulations it
is recommended that an external two-pole switch
be fitted, to enable the power supply to be swit-
ched off during maintenance of the swing mecha-
nism.
3) All the appliances to be connected externally
must be equipped with suitably insulated power
contacts, in compliance with IEC 364-4041 para-
graph 411.1.3.1.
4) Live components must not be earthed or connec-
ted to live components or protective wires from
other live circuits.
5) When laying the cables for external appliances,
comply with IEC regulation 364-4-41 paragraph
411.1.3.2.
6) Affix clear and easily legible warning signs infor-
ming of the presence of an automatically opening
door.
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Fig. 23/ZN Install the box containing the control unit, preferably
close to the garage exit door, so as to use the existing
power socket. This socket must be installed at a mini-
mum height of 1.6 metres above floor level.
The cable connecting the control unit and the C-track
has a maximum length of 6900 mm, and it must not be
extended!
Fig. 24/ZN To connect the cable in the control unit, unfasten screw
(1) and remove the cover over the box courtesy light (2).
The power supply to the control unit must not be turned
on yet.
Fig. 25/ZN Extract the electronic card (1) by pulling it upwards, and
disconnect it from the terminal board (2).
Connect the two wires from the motor power supply
cable to the terminal board; the wire with number 3 prin-
ted on it must be connected to terminal 3, and the one
with number 4 printed on it must be connected to termi-
nal 4.
Fig. 26/ZN Fix the power supply cable firmly to the rear side of the
box.
Fig. 27/ZN Mark the fixing points horizontal to the wall, at a distan-
ce of 110 mm. Drill two holes (6x40 mm depth). Fix
the box to the wall using two screws 4x50 (3) and two
plugs S6 (2).
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
ZN SERIES ACTUATOR
Programming the remote controls
1. Under no circumstances modify the length of the aerial cable!
Remove the elastic from around the red aerial cable, pushing it
upward (7) through the rear wall of the box, extracting it and fixing
it (Fig. 26/ZN).
2. To program the remote control, press the button on the radio card.
The LED will light up. Within 5 seconds, press one of the chan-
nels on the remote control. The LED will flash once to confirm that
it has received the radio code.
Each time a new radio code is inserted, the previous one will be can-
celled automatically.
Adjusting applied force
The force required to open the door is adjusted automatically by the electronic card while it carries out self-regulation the first two
times the door is opened. During this operation, the courtesy light (2) will flash.
After turning the power supply to the control unit on, press the red button (6) fig. 26/ZN.
Open and close the door twice, during this operation the maximum values for the force to be applied to the door are read automati-
cally by the microprocessor, and at the end of the operation the light (2) will stop flashing. After adjustment, use the remote control
or the red button (6) to operate the automatic door.
Deleting force values
1. Turn the control unit power supply off
2. Remove the screw and take the cover off the courtesy light in the box.
3. Press and hold the function button (3) T1 for three seconds, until the light (2) starts to flash, then release button T1 and the force
values will be deleted automatically.
Storing new force values
1. When the lamp (2) flashes the new force values must be stored. Press the button (6) in the box once, the door will open without
stopping until it reaches the limit switch. Once it has stopped, press the button (6) again and the door will close until it is comple-
tely shut.
2. Press the button (6) again: the door will open until it is completely open.
3. The force values both for opening and closing have now been read, and the light (2) will stop flashing.
4) Once the force has been regulated, fasten down the courtesy light cover in the box.
STARTING UP
Fig. 24/ZN
Fig. 23/ZN
Fig. 25/ZN
Fig. 28/ZN
Fig. 26/ZN
Fig. 27/ZN
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CONTROL UNIT
Description of control unit terminals
Fine wire fuses
6 DIL switches
R
a
d
i
o

r
e
c
e
i
v
e
r

u
n
i
t
PROGRAMMING THE SWITCHES
Switch Posit. Function / Reaction
Reaction to security connected in input 1+2 of the accessory terminal block during the opening phase (example: photocell interrup-
tion)
1 OFF no reaction during opening
ON stop during opening
1+2 input operation for the accessory terminal block.
2 OFF NC security input (example: photocell)
ON NO input for 2nd actuator (example: partial opening)
Reaction to security connected to input 1+2 of the accessory terminal block during the closing phase (example: photocell interrup-
tion).
3 OFF partial inversion during the closing phase
ON complete inversion during the closing phase (re-opening).
5+6 output operation of the accessory terminal block, for flashing light.
4 OFF Flashing impulse for flashing light
ON Indicator LED for the door state:
- Fixed lighted with open door
- switched off with door close
5 OFF pre-flashing deactivated
ON 3'' pre-flashing
Backjump (only during the closing phase)
To reduce the stress on the door and automation mechanics during the total closing phase, the automation moves shortly in the ope-
ning direction.
6 OFF deactivated
ON activated
Automatic closing
7 OFF deactivated
ON automatic closing after 1 minute (if 8 OFF).
8
(if 7 ON)OFF automatic closing after 1 minute
ON automatic closing after 5'' from the photocell interruption.
When the horizontally pivoted door is open, the automatic closure function disables the radio controlled or push-button operated clo-
sure function.
Terminal
Terminal block connection for the circuit board
Terminal 1-2: transformer
Terminal 3: guide with C shaped section
Terminal 4: chain
Invert the connections (terminals 3 8)
when using the automation with swing door.
Terminals 5-6:
wall push-button connection (wall push-button 1), free on automation.
Photocell connection
Terminal 12 security connection, only if Switch 2 in OFF position
Terminal 3 4 24V D.C. connection (max. 34V) not adjusted, max 1A
terminal 3: 24V D.C.
terminal 4: earth
VAC
VAC
COM
AP/CH
Terminal:
1-2) Safety connection (LS or DW)
1: signal 2: earth
3-4) Output +24V, max. 1A, for example powering a photocell
3: +24V 4: earth
5-6) Connecting to flashing light 24V, max 1A
Fuses:
2 fuses 1AT/250V; 5x20 mm
F1: indicator light
F2: 24V output
]
Transformer power input
]
Open contact for optional external command.
]
C-track power supply
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Flashing light connection:
Terminal 5 6 24V D.C. connection (max 34V) not adjusted, max
1A
Cleaning the chain and the guide
If the chain (7) or the guide (8) are very dirty, clean them with a
clean cloth.
Every year lubricate slightly the chain with conductive oil.
Do not use grease! N.B. Use only conductive oil.
1- Fuse for 24V connection, termi-
nal 3 4
2- Fuse for flashing light connec-
tion, terminals 5 6
Replacing the switchboard lamp
- Remove the electrical plug from the socket
- Unfasten the screws (1)
- Remove the transparent cover (2)
- Turn the lamp (3) leftwards and remove it.
- Insert the new lamp (24V, 21W, BA 15s type) and turn it rightwards until the end.
Replacing the switchboard fuses
- Remove the electrical plug from the socket
- Unfasten the screw (1)
- Remove the transparent cover (2)
- Pull off the control circuit board (3)
- Replace the faulty fuse. All fuses are 1A delayed
SAFETY KIT FOR PEDESTRIAN DOOR
Type ZN26
To prevent entrapment between the horizontally pivoted door and the pedestrian door, it is necessary to install a microswitch so that
the automated closure system does not start operating when the pedestrian door is open.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- Microswitch contacts: NO-NC 230V A.C.
- Protection degree: IP66
INSTALLATION
1. Remove the motor cover.
2. Drill a hole of 98 100 mm, and insert the cable supplied (see Fig. 29/ZN)
3. Remove connector two Faston coupling No. 5 (see Fig. 30/ZN), connect the device (A) between connector 5a and coupling No. 5.
To insulate the connection in the Faston coupling and in the connector, use the sheath supplied with the cable.
4. Refit the motor cover.
5. Remove the screw and the cover of device (A), connect the two conductors in the NO contact (NC with the door closed).
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KIT OF BACK-UP BATTERY FOR AUTOMATIC GATE SYSTEMS ZN SERIES
TYPE ZNB1
GENERAL FEATURES
Kit of back-up battery, type ZNB1 with 4-Module DIN housing, for automatic gate systems for ZN range sectional doors and hori-
zontally pivoted spring or counterweighted doors. In case of mains failure the back-up battery ensures a sufficient automation auto-
nomy. If the battery is flat the motor can be manually released by pulling down the red lever.
1
1
5
1
3
4
61
6
7
Dimensions (mm)
Fig. 29/ZN
Fig. 30/ZN
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Supply voltage: 26,6 V D.C.
Power : 120mA
Type of battery: 2x12V 3,2Ah
Battery recharge time: to 0.1 CA Temp. 20 C: 24 Hrs (in stand-by)
16 Hrs
(for cyclical operation)
Operating temperature: 0 40 C
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MAINTENANCE
Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operations on the motor, switch off the power by means of the appropriate mag-
netic/thermal switch upstream of the control unit and disconnect the back-up battery.
If the power supply is needed to carry out operational checks, disable all control devices (radio controls, keypads, etc.) except for
the device used by the maintenance technician. In general, the ZN10 electromechanical actuator requires little maintenance, but cor-
rect operation also depends on the condition of the door.
Both ordinary and extraordinary maintenance must be carried out by a specialised technician.
Routine maintenance:
Each of the following operations must be carried out on an as necessary or at least once every 6 months basis.
- If the chain is very dirty, clean it with a cloth.
- Lubricate the track with "conductive" oil
- Check that all the screws are tight, and if necessary tighten them.
- Check spring compensation and the up and over door mechanism.
Automatic system:
Check that all the safety devices (photocells, pneumatic stops, etc.) are operating properly, at the times and in the manner descri-
bed by the manufacturer (see safety instructions).
Extraordinary maintenance:
Extraordinary maintenance operations are not anticipated, however if major work involving the mechanical parts is necessary, it is
advised to remove the actuator for repair (by specialised personnel).
MR2
- + Vac Vac
MR1 MR3
1
2
4
3
5
6
+
-
-
+
24V c.a.
ZN range automatic gate system
circuit board
Battery 2X12V
Transformer
Mains
230V ~
Battery charge Type ZNBI
INSTALLATION
- Disconnect the supply voltage
- Carry out connections to the electronic control circuit board as indicated in the fig. 1
Check the state of the battery charge with a multimeter (Tester) every 6 months. To obtain the maximum battery performances carry
out three charge/discharge cycles.
In case of replacement use original battery and recycle the others according to the norms in force (by specialized personnel).
In any case it is advised to replace the battery every 24 months.
Fig. 31/ZN
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PERIODICAL CHECK UP
Check the correct safety device operation periodically or in any case once a year (see ZH 1/494 April, 1989).
Monthly check up the correct operation of the safety devices, which are sensitive to pressure (for example switch trim). See EN60335-2-95.
Check up Reaction Yes/No Possible cause Solution
Di sconnecti ng the
motive-power
Stop a door leaf with
a 50 mm high object
during the door
closing phase.
Emergency release
Follow instructions
described in para-
graph "Emergency
release"
Safety switch trim,
if installed
Open/close the door
by activating the
switch trim simulta-
neously.
Photocell, if instal-
led
Open/close the door
by interrupting
the photocell simulta-
neously.
- Leave all programmings unchanged
- Reduce the motive-power tolerance. Turn trim-
mer leftwards until the check up has positive
result. Open the door and close it completely
twice keeping it under control. See paragraph:
"Maximum motive-power adjustment ".
- Adjust the door, contact qualified personnel!
- Repair the emergency release.
- Check the door operation, see instructions:
"Door maintenance ".
- Check the cable, re-fasten the terminals.
- Reposition the switch
- Deactivate the installation and exclude the
reactivation. Contact the service personnel.
- Check the cable, re-fasten the terminals.
- Reposition the switch
- Clean the photocell
- Reposition the photocell
- Deactivate the installation and exclude the
reactivation.
- Contact the service personnel.
When the auto-
mation faces the
the object, it
inverts the motion
The door should
be easily opened
and closed
manually (the
door is balanced).
Door reaction
according to
programming of
switch 1, 2 or 3.
Door reaction
according to
programming of
switch 1, 2 or 3.
- The motive-power disconnection
works without limits.
- Trimmer on right limit stop.
Motive-power tolerance pro-
gramming too high.
- The door is not correctly adju-
sted.
- The emergency release works
properly.
- The emergency release is faulty.
- The door got stuck.
- The security switch trim operates
correctly.
- Cable broken, loosened terminal.
- Switch displaced
- Faulty switch trim
- The photocell works correctly.
- Broken cable, loosened terminal
- Switch displaced
- Dirty photocell
- Photocell displaced (bent sup-
port)
- Faulty photocell
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
TROUBLESHOOTING- DIAGNOSTIC TABLE OF COMMON PROBLEMS
Faults in the garage door operator can be eliminated by following the instructions given in the table below. If you are unable to solve
the problem, please contact your dealer.
Problem Cause(s) Solution(s)
The door cannot be moved either
manually or electrically.
The automatic device does not work and
there is no light.
The automatic device does not work when
the remote control is used.
The door stops while closing, moves back
approximately 10 cm and then stops
again.
The door stops while opening.
The door can only be used if the button is
pressed, and the internal light flashes.
No light can be seen during opening and
closing of the door.
The speed changes during the opening
and the closing phase.
- Enable the emergency release (N) and
open the door manually.
See paragraph "Emergency release".
- Check using another electrical device, for
example a tester.
- Replace the fuse.
- Replace the battery
- Code the remote control. See paragraph
"Coding the remote control".
- Remove the obstacle and open the door
completely
- Adjust the limit switch again.
- Remove the obstacle and close the door
completely
- Adjust the limit switch again.
- Remove the obstacle, then move the
door to the final position, and the opera-
tor will once again work normally.
- Replace the bulb.
- Normal slowing down
- Clean the guide and lubricate it again
- Clean the guide and lubricate it again
- Tighten the chain
- There is a power cut
- The fuse in the garage power circuit has
blown
- The remote control battery is low.
- The remote control has not been cor-
rectly coded.
- Forced stoppage has been triggered due
to the presence of an obstacle.
- Limit switch badly adjusted.
- Forced stoppage has been triggered due
to the presence of an obstacle.
- Limit switch badly adjusted.
- Forced stoppage has been triggered due
to the presence of an obstacle.
- Blown lamp
- The automation starts slowly and then
accelerates.
- The chain guide is dirty
- The chain guide has been lubricated
with the wrong type of oil
- Chain not correctly stretched.
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ZBR SERIES BARRIERS IN KIT
AUTOMATIC BARRIER WITH CENTRAL ARM
Type ZBR1, type ZBR2, type ZBR7
Type Arm length Description
ZBR1 3.20 m in 2 modules Kit for barrier with arm including two-channel electronic control
unit, pair of photocells, barrier support column and flashing light
with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
ZBR2 6.40 m in 4 modules Kit for barrier with arm including two-channel electronic control
unit, pair of photocells, barrier support column and flashing light
with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
ZBR7 4.80 m in 3 modules Kit for barrier with arm including two-channel electronic control
unit, pair of photocells, barrier support column and flashing light
with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
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LENGTH OF ARMS:
Type ZBR1 cm 320
Type ZBR7 cm 480
Type ZBR2 cm 640
Part A
Fig. 1/ZBR
Receiver circuit
GUIDELINE EXPLODED VIEW OF BARRIER
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General features
Automatic barriers in kit form with central arm of 3.20, 4.80 and 6.40 metres.
The barriers are equipped with a non-reversible actuator with 12V D.C. motor, two-channel electronic control unit, safety switch trim,
photocells, flashing light with aerial, 433 MHz radio receiver and anti black-out device. The battery type ZBA1 is optional. The arm
consists of modules of 1.60 metres. Specifically, the arms consist of 2 modules for type ZBR1, 3 modules for type ZBR7 and 4 modu-
les for type ZBR2 to facilitate transport.
Package contents
To open the barrier kit pack, open the cover of the machine body by turning the key clockwise (Fig. 2A/ZBR and 2B/ZBR).
Remove the casing by pulling upwards.
Fig. 2A/ZBR Fig. 2B/ZBR
The kit contains the following components:
right-hand and left-hand arm, column, transmitter photocell to be fixed on the column, receiver photocell to be fixed on the unit hou-
sing, flashing light with 433 MHz radio receiver, 4x0.5 mm
2
cable for connecting the flashing light and receiver card, reflective stic-
kers to be affixed to the barrier, fork box and screw box.
- The fork box contains: 1 fork, 1 rubber plug
- The screws/accessories box contains: 2 self-drilling screws for fixing the fork, 2 M8 screws +washers and nuts for fixing the pro-
file with switch trim, 2 snap-on screw caps, 8 fixing screws for the arms with spring washers, 1 switch trim cable with plug and cable
clamp.
ZBR1 =3360 mm
ZBR7 =4960 mm
ZBR2 =6560 mm
E
E
0
5
H =1015 mm
* =
2
6
0

*
3
2
0

*
425 * 850 mm mm
m
m
m
m
THE BARRIER SUPPORT MUST BE INSTALLED IN A CEN-
TRAL POSITION WITH RESPECT TO THE HOUSING.
ZBR SERIES POSITIONING TEMPLATE
GUIDELINE MEASUREMENTS
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
On receipt, make certain that the product has a data plate showing the technical specifications.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Technical specifications ZBR1 ZBR2 ZBR7
Supply voltage (+6% -10%) (Vac) 230 230 230
Frequency (Hz) 5060 5060 5060
Maximum power (VA) 220 220 220
Motor supply voltage (V D.C.) 12 12 12
Rated motor power (W) 45 45 45
Motor rpm 1100 1100 1100
Arm length (m) 3.20 6.40 4.80
Operating temperature (C) -2540 -2540 -2540
Opening time (sec) 710 710 710
Dimensions LxHxD 3805x1295x290 7005x1295x290 5405x1295x290
Fig. 1/ZBR
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2
Fig. 3A/ZBR
Fig. 3B/ZBR
Fig. 4/ZBR
Mechanical installation
1. After effecting the cable predisposition (see page 28, Fig. 6/EC), fix the machine body to the ground with the expansion plugs or
with the ELVOX fixing plate type ZX30 (Fig. 3A/ZBR, 3B/ZBR.
2. Fix the barrier support in the vertical position with the bolts, washers and plugs (see part A, Fig. 1/ZBR), holding the wide tab in
the top position (Fig. 4/ZBR).
3. Cover the bolts with the plugs supplied.
Motor
Stay rod
Plug
Fig. 5/ZBR
4. Fit the first section of the barrier in its seat.
5. Drill the first section of the barrier (hole diameter 8 mm) and fix it to the barrier support.
6. Use the manual release (Fig. 5/ZBR) to position the barrier horizontally.
7. Remove the screws and fit the 2nd section of the barrier.
Slacken the fixing screws slightly and take out the switch trim so as to uncover the seats for the joint fixing screws. Fasten the
screws, then return the switch trim to its original position, and couple the connection jack of the previous section. Fix the switch
trim and close the hole covers.
8. Repeat the operation set out in point 7 until the barrier is completed.
9. Fit the cable clamp in its seat (Fig. 4/ZBR part A). Connect the switch trim cable to the motor.
10. Position the barrier support column (Fig. 1/ZBR) and fix it to the ground. Then restore the mechanical block (reverse of point 6).
11. Set the compensation spring. The arm must remain stationary at approximately 45, when the motor is released.
The springs are factory set.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The control unit is powered at 230V A.C., and is protected by 4 A fuses. All the devices operate at low voltage (12V D.C.), with a
safety transformer with double insulation (EN 61558) and are protected with 3.15A fuses (F2).
1. The installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be carried out in accordance with sound engineering practice. Make
certain that the mains voltage conforms with the voltage indicated on the data plate and make certain that the section of the con-
nection cables is suitable for the loads applied.
2. Equip the mains supply with a suitable overvoltage protection device, a switch/disconnector and/or differential for the product and
in conformity with the standards in force.
A
ZBR SERIES BARRIERS
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PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL UNIT
For programming of the electronic card, see the section about the EC control unit on page 26.
The electronic control card is supplied pre-programmed.
4x0,5 mm
2
Fig. 6/ZBR
Key switch predisposition
B
A
ACCESSORIES - CONNECTIONS
To fit the flashing light (with radio receiver), insert the 4x0.5mm
2
cable in the hole in the cover (see Fig. 6/ZBR, part A).
Insert the cable clamp in its seat (Fig. 6/ZBR part B).
Connect the switch trim connector in the appropriate 2-pole terminal located at the top of the motor.
For the connections of the flashing light, photocells and key switch, see the accessories section.
MANUAL RELEASE
In the event of mains power failure, the back-up battery ensures the operation of the automatic gate system for a limited period.
If the battery is discharged or not installed, release the motor manually by turning the handwheel to the left of the motor clockwise.
A device on the electronic card will recharge the back-up battery as soon as the power supply is restored.
MAINTENANCE
1. The general operation of the automatic gate system and the safety devices should be checked annually.
2. Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operations on the automatic gate system, switch off the power by means of the
appropriate magnetic/thermal switch upstream of the transformer and disconnect the back-up battery.
If the power supply is needed to carry out operational checks, check or disable all control devices (radio controls, keypads, etc.)
except for the device used by the maintenance technician.
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ZBS - ZBD SERIES BARRIERS IN KIT FORM


Type Arm length Description
ZBS1 3.00 m in 2 modules Kit for barrier with left-hand arm including control unit
two-channel control electronics, pair of photocells and flashing
light with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
ZBS2 4.60 m in 3 modules Kit for barrier with left-hand arm including control unit
two-channel control electronics, pair of photocells and flashing
light with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
ZBD1 3.00 m in 2 modules Kit for barrier with right-hand arm including control unit
two-channel control electronics, pair of photocells and flashing
light with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
ZBD2 4.60 m in 3 modules Kit for barrier with right-hand arm including control unit
two-channel control electronics, pair of photocells and flashing
light with aerial and 433MHz radio receiver.
General features
The barrier is equipped with a non-reversible actuator with 12V D.C. motor, electronic control unit, safety switch trim, photocells, flas-
hing light with aerial, 433 MHz radio receiver and anti black-out device (battery type ZBA1 optional).
The arm is made up of modules: 2 modules for type ZBS1 and ZBD1, 3 modules for type ZBS2 and type ZBD2.
Package contents
Automatic gate system machine body
Arm with switch trim (2 pieces for type ZBS1 and ZBD1, 3 pieces for type ZBS2 and ZBD2).
A flashing light.
A pair of radio controls type ET03.
A flange for fixing the arm to the machine body.
A pair of photocells.
An angular photocell support.
A set of screws.
Cable for flashing light connection.
AUTOMATIC BARRIER
WITH LATERAL ARM
Type ZBS1,
Type ZBS2,
Type ZBD1,
Type ZBD2
Type ZBD
Type ZBS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Technical specifications ZBS1 ZBS2 ZBD1 ZBD2
Supply voltage (+6% -10%) (Vac) 230 230 230 230
Frequency (Hz) 50. 60 5060 5060 5060
Maximum power (VA) 220 220 220 220
Motor supply voltage (V D.C.) 12 12 12 12
Rated motor power (W) 50 50 50 50
Motor rpm 1600 1600 1600 1600
Arm length (m) 3 4.6 3 4.6
Operating temperature (C) -2540 -2540 -2540 -2540
Opening time (sec) 69 69 69 69
Dimensions LxHxD (mm) 3340x1290x310 4940x1290x310 3340x1290x310 4940x1290x310
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2850 (ZBS1)
2830 (ZBS1)
9080 (ZBSD/2)
9120 (ZBSD/2)
ZBS/D
ZBSD
EE05
2
1
0
330
290
1
5
8
20
9
5
100
4450 (ZBS2)
4430 (ZBS2)
5880 (ZBSD/1)
5920 (ZBSD/1)
2
6
1
3
.
5
Plate ZX31 Plate ZX31
Plate ZX31
Overall dimensions (mm)
Assembly templates
Fig. 5/ZBS
Beam flange fixing position
Output for
switch
trim cable
Fig. 6/ZBS MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
1. After effecting the cable predispo-
sition (see Fig. 6/EC page 28)
open the machine body (Fig.
2/ZBS and 3/ZBS) and fix it with
the expansion plugs or ELVOX
fixing plate type ZX31 (Fig.
4/ZBS).
2. Open the arm flange, pass the
wiring through the hole in the
switch trim and fix to the machine
body in a vertical position. It is
advisable to use a thread locking
product (Fig. 5/ZBS and
Fig.6/ZBS).
Photocell support fixing predisposi-
tion (ZX32)
Fig. 1/ZBS
Fig. 2/ZBS Fig. 3/ZBS
Fig. 4/ZBS
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Fig. 8/ZBS
Fig. 7/ZBS
Fig. 9/ZBS
Fig. 11/ZBS
Motor mechanical release
Bolts for adjusting the
arm travel limit.
Cable
4x0.5mm
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3. Fix the first section of the arm to the flange (Fig.7/ZBS) and connect the
switch trim conductors to the control unit by means of the pre-mounted
wiring connection.
The first section can be identified by the fact that it has the shortest switch
trim (1.3 m ).
4. Remove the screws and fit the second section of the arm.
Slacken the fixing screws slightly and take out the switch trim so as to unco-
ver the seats for the fixing screws. Fasten the screws, then return the switch
trim to its original position next to the previous switch trim. Fix the switch trim
and close the hole cover.
5. For barriers type ZBS2 and ZBD2, repeat point 4 for the third section of the
arm.
6. Release the motor by turning the release screw shown in the figure (Fig. 8)
clockwise.
7. Adjust the travel of the arm with the two travel limit bolts, as shown in figure
9/ZBS. Fix the retainer nuts.
8. Set the compensation spring with the motor released. The arm must remain
stationary at approximately 45.
a. The barrier is supplied with the springs already suitably set.
b. For all the barriers, the direction of the arm can be inverted at the installation
stage.
To invert the direction of the arm, it is necessary to invert the position of the
spring and respective chain with adjuster.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The control unit is powered at 230V A.C., and is protected by 4 A fuses. All the
devices operate at low voltage (12V D.C.), with a safety transformer with double
insulation (EN 61558) and are protected with 3.15A fuses (F2).
1. The installation, electrical connections and adjustments must be carried out in
accordance with sound engineering practice. Make certain that the mains vol-
tage conforms with the voltage indicated on the data plate and make certain
that the section of the connection cables is suitable for the loads applied.
2. Equip the mains supply with a suitable overvoltage protection device, a
switch/disconnector and/or differential for the product and in conformity with
the standards in force.
PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL UNIT
For programming of the electronic control card, see the section about the EC con-
trol unit on page 26.
ACCESSORIES - CONNECTIONS
To fix the flashing light, drill the cover of the machine body as shown in the figure
(Fig. 10/ZBS). The position of the holes is indicated on the cover.
To fit the flashing light (with radio receiver), insert the 4x0.5mm
2
cable supplied,
in the hole in the cover (see Fig. 10/ZBS part Aand Fig. 11/ZBS) and fix it with the
screws supplied.
Fig. 10/ZBS
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Photocell fixing point with angular
support. Close the unused hole
with the plug.
ZBS - ZBD SERIES BARRIER
The screws must be screwed to the flashing light from inside the cover (Fig. 10, part
A). Fix the photocell on the side of the machine body using the angular support.
For the connections of the flashing light, photocells and key switch, see the acces-
sories section.
MANUAL RELEASE
In the event of mains power failure, the back-up battery ensures the operation of the automatic gate system for a limited period.
If the battery is discharged or not installed, release the motor manually by turning the pin to the left of the motor clockwise. A devi-
ce on the electronic card will recharge the back-up battery as soon as the automatic gate system is restored to operation.
MAINTENANCE
1. Have the general operation of the automatic gate system and the safety devices checked once a year.
2. Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operations on the automatic gate system, switch off the power by means of the
appropriate magnetic/thermal switch upstream of the transformer and disconnect the back-up battery.
If the power supply is needed to carry out operational checks, disable all control devices (radio controls, keypads, etc.) except for
the device used by the maintenance technician.
A
Fig. 1
The mobile arm support post must be fixed to the beam
by means of the 8 holes ( 4mm) at the top of the post
(Fig. 1, A).
The necessary rivets are provided with the kit.
The base of the post is equipped with a rubber foot, the
vertical position of which can be adjusted as required by
means of a screw.
N.B. The post cannot be used in conjunction with
Type ZBR2 (6.4m).
MOBILE ARM SUPPORT POST
Type ZBRM
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ZP SERIES
Type Description
ZP03 Reversible gearmotor for shutters, with 48/60 mm diameter shaft, lifting capacity of 170 kg, 200/220
mm spring box and supply voltage of 230V 450W
ZP04 Reversible gearmotor for shutters, with 48/60 mm diameter shaft, lifting capacity of 170 kg, 200/220
mm spring box and supply voltage of 230V 450W.
ZP05 Reversible gearmotor for shutters, with 48/60 mm diameter shaft, lifting capacity of 280 kg, 200/220
mm spring box and supply voltage of 230V 800W
ZP06 Reversible gearmotor for shutters, with 48/60 mm diameter shaft, lifting capacity of 280 kg, 200/220
mm spring box and supply voltage of 230V 800W
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ZP03 ZP04 ZP05 ZP06
Power supply (+6% -10%) VAC 230 230 230 230
Electric motor (Rpm) 1500 1500 (2) 1500 (2) 1500
Motor power (W) 450 450 800 800
Operating temp. ( C) -25/+70 -25/+70 -25/+70 -25/+70
Capacitor (MF) 18 18 35 35
Shutter speed (Rpm) 10 10 10 10
Lifting capacity (Kg.) 170 170 280 280
Shaft rolling door (mm.) 60/48 60/48 60/48 60/48
Spring box (mm.) 200/220 200/220 200/220 200/220
Weight (Kg.) 7 7 11 11
Max. door height (mt.) 9 9 9 9
Max door width (mt.) 4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5
ZP SERIES
GEARMOTORS FOR SHUTTERS
General features
The reversible or non-reversible electromechanical gearmotors for roller shutters are equipped with a limit switch with a self-adju-
sting mechanical memory to stop the shutter shortly before the mechanical end stop.
On the reversible version, the shutter can be raised manually. We therefore recommend using security locks.
On the non-reversible version, in the event of power failure, the shutter can be operated manually by turning the release knob (sup-
plied) or with outside release device type ZPB1.
Equipment
For diameters other than 60 and 200 mm use the adapters supplied.
ZP03-ZP05 reversible version R (without mechanical brake).
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
GEARMOTOR ASSEMBLY
1. Close the shutter completely
and make a hole of the diame-
ter of 11 mm. exactly at the
centre of its first element.
2. Place the gearmotor as shown
in picture 1/ZP and fix it to the
shaft (if necessary interposing
the special reduction shells 2
and 3) through the flange 1.
ZP SERIES
Screw, without tightening, first the screw 2, whose nut is already inside the gearmotor, then the other three screws, after inser-
ting the nuts 3 in their slits (picture 3/ZP)
3. Make sure that the hole you made in the shutter corresponds with the threaded hole on the winding flange (picture 4/ZP) .
4. Tighten the four screws 2 of the flange 1 and its 4 antiturn screw. Block it with the lock nut 3.
5) Make a hole of the diameter of 11 mm. In the shaft on the right and at a distance longer than 30 cm. from the gearmotor (picture
5/ZP).
6) (*) Put the release cable with its sheath 14 into the hole at the back and let it slide inside the shaft (figure 5/ZP)
7) (*) Hook the spherical head of the steel cable to the external bracket of the motor cap (picture 6/ZP).
Fig. 1/ZP
Fig. 2/ZP Fig. 3/ZP Fig. 4/ZP
Fig. 5/ZP
Fig. 6/ZP
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Plug the electrical supply in the front hole of the shaft (picture 5/ZP) and connect it to the terminal of the limit switch. Connect the
ground wire to the fast-on contact placed on the motor cap (picture 6/ZP).
LIMIT SWITCH DEVICE with mechanical memory
The patented limit switch is self-adjusting and is set in the factory so that the shutter stops a few centimetres before it reaches the
mechanical stop during the electric opening.
Automatic adjstment: (necessary)
With the shutter totally closed, release the gearmotor by means of the release knob and lift manually the shutter so as to open it
completely; block again the gearmotor, then close the shutter electrically.
The stroke made will be mechanically stored by the device.
Micrometric correction (optional)
Open the sliding window of the limit switch (picture 9/ZP) and rotate the register wheels by means of a small screwdriver. For each
trip there is a stroke variation on the shutter of one centimetre approximately.
Rotating towards the sign +the stroke increases
Rotating towards the sign - the stroke decreases
This is worth for both the opening and the closing register, the latter, usually, does not require any adjustment.
Pay attention that the shutter does not stop against the mechanic stop before the intervention of the limit switch.
MANUAL OPERATION - RELEASE
Irreversible gearmotors are equipped with a built-in patented mechanical brake.
In case of electric black-out, you can either open or close the shutter manually by rotating the release knob (picture 7/ZP).
At the end of the steel cable, fit the release knob as shown in Fig. 7/ZP
8. (*) Release the gearmotor by means of the release knob, then assemble the winding flange on the gearmotor ; screw the first
screw 5 with the nut 3, then rotate manually the flange so that you can screw the other screw and its respective nut.
9. Put the screw 6 (or 7) inside the hole of the shutter and screw it in the threaded hole of the winding flange; if necesary you can
use the spacer 9 for shutters with spring boxes of the diameter 220 mm (picture 8).
(*) only for irreversible motors (ZP02-ZP04)
Fig. 7/ZP
Fig. 8/ZP
Fig. 9/ZP
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Technical specifications
Supply voltage: 230V +6% - 10%, 50-60 Hz
Frequency: 50 (60) Hz
Low voltage controls: 12V A.C.
Maximum motor load: 800W
Maximum absorption: 3,5A
Operating temperature: -20 +55 C
Protection fuses: 4AAL motor
Protection degree: IP 30
Housing dimensions: 140x170x58 mm (LxHxD)
ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT FOR ROLLING SHUTTERS
Type ZPC1
Main features
Control unit with 433 MHz radio receiver, for balanced type rolling shutter; 280 Kg. maximum lifting capacity; 9m maximum rolling
shutter height; 4,5 m maximum width.
Design specifications and general operation data
Microprocessor V.1.01
The unit can be controlled by a 433 MHz radio control or a series of push-
buttons connected to the card terminals. Settings of the various automation
functions are made by means of a 2-way dip-switch, the functions of which
are specified below.
N.B. While the photocell is engaged the motor remains blocked; on restoral
of contact it can be restarted by repeating the radio control command.
The OPEN/CLOSE commands in DEAD MAN control mode are not related
to the condition of the photocell (i.e. even when the photocell is engaged, the
commands can be activated as required).
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
The control unit can be surface wall-mounted (Fig. 1) or flush-mounted in a
3 standard module back box.
83 mm
Central unit
bottom
Fig. 1
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The control unit is powered at 230V and is protected by means of a 4A fuse
(F1). Safety devices are powered by means of a low voltage transformer at
12 V AC.
Important - Safety information
The unit has no power switch. Fit a safety switch between the power supply line and the unit in accordance with the standards in
force.
1. The installation, the electrical connections and the adjustments must be carried out perfectly; check that the data on the specifi-
cation plate correspond to those of the mains supply and that the connection cable cross-section is suitable for the applied loads,
in case of doubt contact qualified personnel.
2. The switch activating the set must be visible and installed at a height not superior to 1,5m and far away from items in movement.
Do not install the appliance in premises with danger of explosion or disturbed by magnetic fields. The presence of gases or inflam-
mable fumes is a great danger for the safety.
3. Ensure that there is upstream of the set a section device with a 3mm opening distance between the terminals.
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DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS
DL2
DL1
PS1
SW1
P1
P2
CN1
DL1: Red led; indicates storage and deletion of radio codes.
DL2: Green led (Power) indicates main power ON, and therefore should remain lit.
PS1: Pushbutton to enter the mode for programming, memorisation and deletion of radio codes.
P1: Potentiometer for control of shutter operating time (- left, +right)
P2: Potentiometer for control of shutter pause time (+left , - right)
SW1: DIP SWITCH Operation (microprocessor V.1.01)
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MR4: Power supply terminals of 230 V AC card (+6%, -10%) 50 Hz
F=230V AC power supply phase
N=230V AC power supply neutral
MR2: Shutter connection terminals.
AP=motor activation terminal
CH=motor shutdown terminal
C=230V motor common contact
MR1: Terminal for power supply of flashing unit or courtesy light, (max. 40W output)
C: Flashing unit connection common contact
MR3: Terminal for connection of 433 MHz antenna.
12: Terminals for connection of accessories, (photocells) 12Vac power supply.
F: NC photocell input
SI: Terminal for connection by means of a pushbutton or selector to terminal CO for activation of shut-
ter work cycle OPEN-PAUSE-CLOSE with command delayed by approx. 2 seconds to enable acti-
vation of other shutters connected in series to the main version.
ST: Terminal for connection by means of a pushbutton or selector to terminal CO for activation of shut-
ter work cycle OPEN-PAUSE-CLOSE in "DEAD MAN" control mode.
CO: Common (commands, safety devices).
F N
230V
MR4
MR2
AP CH C
MR1
C
MR3
GN AN
MR3
12 12 FT ST CO ST
LAMP
CONTROL UNIT TERMINAL DESCRIPTION
CN1: Connector for optional ZPC2 circuit, required for control of other shutters connected in serial to main version.
DIP1 DIP2 Operation With operator
OFF OFF MANUAL YES
OFF ON MANUAL NO
ON OFF AUTOMATIC (Automatic closing inserted) YES
ON ON AUTOMATIC (Automatic closing inserted) NO
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Mains
2x1,5 mm
2
230V 50Hz
3x1,5
mm
2
2x1,5
mm
2
Motor
Flashing lights 230V
EL07
Aerial a 433 MHz
ZL43
Photocell EF04
ZD03 pushbutton panel for key-
switch ZDP1
RG
58
4x1
mm
2
2x1,5
mm
2
EL07/A
Flashing lights 230V with aerial 433MHz
CONNECTIONS
P1=T work TL, minimum =12 sec.seg.
TL, 1/2 stroke =40 sec. seg.
TL, maximum =90 sec. seg.
P2=T pause TP, minimum =25 sec. seg.
TP, 1/2 stroke =80 sec. seg.
TP, maximum =100 sec. seg.
Memorizing the work time
Opening/closing - Automatic closing time
1- Before memorizing the opening and closing operation close the rolling shutter.
For the irreversible motor carry out this operation by deblocking the motor manually. Once the positioning is finished, reblock the
motor).
2 - Disconnect the central unit supply voltage (green led switched off).
3 - Adjust the trimmer (P1), adjust the work time with a superior time to the necessary one for the rolling shutter total opening (the
run is set by mechanical stop limits).
4 - Adjust trimmer (P2), adjust the pause time according to the desired time by setting DIP 2 (SW1) in ON position.
5 - Power the central unit and give an opening command with the push-button or radio control.
Radio code programming:
When the unit is switched on, the red led (DL1) lights up for a few seconds.
Radio control codes can be programmed by pressing pushbutton PS1 (max 99 code memory).
The red led illuminates. The code to be stored is transmitted. This function is confirmed when the red led switches off and then on
again, remaining lit for approx. 2 seconds.
Deleting codes from the memory:
Codes can be deleted from the memory as follows:
1) Turn the card off and on again
2) Before the red led switches off, press pushbutton PS1.
3) The red led starts flashing
4) Before the led stops flashing, press pushbutton PS1 again and the codes stored in the memory are deleted.
Push-button for armour-plated
case ZPB1
N.B. operation with man present.
2x1
mm
2
2x1,5 mm
2
+
RG58
(Tx) (Rx)
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ARMOUR-PLATED CASE FOR ROLLING SHUTTERS
Type ZPB1
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
Insert the deblocking cable in the hole shown (in point 1) and get it through the adjuster
screw hole. Position the deblocking lever as in Fig. B and stretch the cable while faste-
ning the screw (2) to block it.
Re-open the lever in the same position as in Fig. Aand turn the upper nut (3) until releas-
ing the motor (check manually that the motor crown is reversible). Now fasten the nut (4)
to block the adjuster screw in the required position (Fig. C).
Connect the electric cables to the push-button and the earthing cable to the armour-pla-
ted case frame. Fix the safe to the wall by means of expanding plugs with screw provi-
ded.
To mount the door (Fig. C) insert first the fixed dowel in its seat, then insert the spring (5)
and the dowel (6) in the door hole. Fit the door in its seat keeping the dowel pressed.
To release the motor and activate the rolling shutter manually, open the door and turn the
releasing lever until it touches the open door, then, keeping the lever against the door,
make a short closing movement in order to hook the lever to the door in a steady posi-
tion (Fig. D).
To unhook the lever just make a short door opening movement.
Fig. A
Fig. B
Fig. C
Fig. D
To adjust motor travel, adjust the adjuster
screws located on the end of the gear-
motor using the key supplied or a screw-
driver. Turning the adjuster screws clock-
wise increases the number of revolutions
of the gearmotor, while turning them anti-
clockwise decreases the number.
Nine turns of the adjuster screw equate
to one complete revolution of the motor.
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TUBULAR GEARMOTORS FOR SHUTTERS AND SUN AWNINGS
Art ZV
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Before proceeding with assembly, the assigned qualified installer should ensure
the following conditions, required for correct installation:
1- Ensure that the gearmotor to be used is suitable for the required lifting capa-
city (see table 1, 2), and if necessary replace with a version of more suitable
capacity.
2- Ensure that the adapters , "rpm counter wheel" +"drive pulley" correspond
to the roller to be used. Avoid making modifications or using tools or equip-
ment that may impair insertion of the roller.
The gearmotor is designed for adapters for octagonal tubes of 60 mm, and
is supplied with a wall-bracket (Fig. 1).
For awnings, use the adapter and wheel Type ZXVC (Fig. 2).
3- Do not fix screws on the shutter roller in the vicinity of the gearmotor as they
may damage or scratch the motor enclosure.
4- Take care not to damage (drill) the wheel; this activates a sophisticated
mechanism, which on reaching the set rotation speed cuts off power to the
motor.
5- Ensure that the driven axis is perfectly aligned with the object to be automa-
ted; small adjustments can be made by means of the special slots in the sup-
ports.
6- Never activate the gearmotor when not engaged with the rolling shutter axis;
in this case the limit switch cannot be activated and constitutes a risk of bur-
ning due to high temperatures.
31 mm
9
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m
m
Fig. 1/ZV Fig. 2/ZV
Roller blind
Adapter
Crown
Rev counter
Support
Roller
Winder
Type Description
ZV01 Tubular gearmotor without emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 50 kg
ZV02 Tubular gearmotor without emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 70 kg
ZV03 Tubular gearmotor without emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 90 kg
ZV04 Tubular gearmotor with emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 50 kg
ZV05 Tubular gearmotor with emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 70 kg
ZV06 Tubular gearmotor with emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 90 kg
ZV07 Tubular gearmotor without emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 30 kg
ZV08 Tubular gearmotor with emergency release control, maximum capacity without friction 30 kg
TUBULAR GEARMOTORS FOR SHUTTERS AND SUN AWNINGS
Main features
Electromechanical gearmotors for roller blinds and sun awnings, available in eight versions, according to weight, with or without
manual backup device. Our gearmotors are the synthesis of a technologically advanced production process, are made in accor-
dance with the directives of the most prestigious quality certification bodies and undergo rigorous tests to guarantee long service life
and maximum safety and reliability. The limit switches are adjusted manually, by using the key supplied to turn the two "adjuster
screws" located at the end of the motor.
ZV SERIES
TRAVEL LIMIT ADJUSTMENT DIAGRAM
Travel limit adjuster screw
Clockwise
Clockwise Anticlockwise
Anticlockwise
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Brown
Black
L1 (phase)
L1 (phase)
Sky blue
Single pole one-way switch
Double pole one-way switch
Key-switch or pushbutton panel
Earthing
N (neutral)
L1 (phase)
Black
Brown
Sky blue
Sky blue
Line
Earthing
Earthing
N (neutral)
N (neutral)
Line
Line
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
1. Before installing the electrical cir-
cuit, ensure that the mains power
supply corresponds to the gearmo-
tor power as specified on the data-
plate on the main section of the
unit.
2. If not present, install a line switch to
power the gearmotor.
3. Use cables suited to the motor
power. Wire sections must in any
event be minimum 1.5 mm
2
.
4. For manoeuvres, use exclusively
momentary contact switches, com-
pliant to current standards.
5. Never use switches that enables
simultaneous activation of two
directions of drive.
6. Never connect more than one
motor to a single switch or one
motor to more than one switch.
7. Electrical safety of this gearmotor is
ensured only when it is connected
correctly to an efficient earthing
system, in strict observance of cur-
rent safety standards.
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Shutter height Plastic Aluminium Wood Steel
Cm 150 7 7 11 13,5
Cm 200 8 8,5 12 14,8
Cm 250 9 9,5 13,5 16,3
Cm 300 10 10,5 15 18
THEORETICAL CALCULATION FOR SELECTION OF
MOTOR WITH EXTENDIBLE ARMS
Awning width Cm150 Cm 200 Cm 250 Cm 300 Cm 350
Cm 300 30 30 50 == ==
Cm 400 30 50 50 50 ==
Cm 500 50 50 70 70 70
Cm 600 50 70 70 70 70
Cm 700 70 70 70 70 90
Cm 800 70 (3) 70 (3) 90 (3) 90 (3) 90 (3)
Cm 900 90 (4) 90 (4) 90 (4) 90 (3) 90 (3)
Protrusion
In brackets, number of extendible arms.
Table 1
Example: For a plastic shutter, 2mx2m =4m
2
, this is multiplied
by the coefficient 8 to obtain 4x8=32, and therefore a gearmo-
tor with maximum capacity without friction of 50 Kg is used.
THEORETICAL CALCULATION OF MOTOR CAPACITY TO LIFT SHUTTER
To select the motor most suited to the application, the surface area (in square metres) of the shutter must be calculated, which is
then multiplied by the coefficient as shown below. The resulting number will be the capacity of the gearmotor to be used. If the
measurement is between one capacity value and another of the gearmotor, the greater value should be applied. During the
calculation, take into account the reference line of the shutter height. This will ensure that calculations include track friction and grea-
ter weight caused by an axis offset with respect to the shutter.
Table 2
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
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MR1 Terminal for powering the 230 V A.C. card.
230V =supply phase
0 =supply neutral
MR2 Terminal for motor connection
AP =opening terminal
- =common
CH =closing terminal
MR3 Terminal for connection of the controls
TC =closing terminal
CM =common
TA =opening terminal
MR4 Accessories terminal
- =terminal for connection of aerial mass
AN =terminal for connection of the 433MHz aerial signal
SI =safety terminal, N.C. contact
PRI
ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT FOR ROLLER BLINDS
Type ZVC1
General Features
Electronic control unit with 433 MHz radio receiver, for tubular motors for ZV series roller blinds; max. lifting capacity 100 kg (tube
diameter 60).
Technical specifications
Supply voltage: 230V A.C. (+6% -10%)
Frequency: 50-60 Hz
Maximum motor load: 345W
Maximum motor consumption: 3A
Operating temperature: -20 +55C
Protection fuse: 3.15AAL
Relay capacity: 6A 250V A.C.
Protection degree: IP30
Container dimensions (lxhxd): 70x115x50 mm (4 DIN modules)
1
1
5
Design specifications and general operation data
The control unit can be operated by a 433MHz radio control or by a series of push-buttons connected to the card terminals.
Setting the working times: the unit is supplied with a safety function in the form of programmable UP and DOWN times. The time
can be set to between 1 and 255 seconds.
Open/Stop/Close function: after starting the motor in one direction (e.g. Open), if you press the same push-button a second time,
the motor stops (STOP), and if you press it again the motor re-starts in the same direction. If you press the opposite push-button
('Close' function) during the opening phase, the motor stops, and if you press it again, the motor re-starts in the opposite direction
(close).
The SI contact is a safety contact and must therefore always be N.C. (normally closed). If this contact is interrupted, the motor is
stopped. Once the contact has been restored, the automatic system can be operated by pressing the relevant push-button again.
Mechanical installation
The control unit can be fixed with 2 screws or a DIN rail (4 modules).
Electrical installation
The control unit is powered at 230V A.C., 50-60 Hz and is protected with a 3.15A L 250 fuse (F1).
The unit is not fitted with a power switch. Connect a safety switch between the mains power supply and the unit in accordance with
the standards in force.
1. The installation, electrical connections and settings must be executed in accordance with sound engineering practice. Make cer-
tain that the data on the data plate conform with the mains electrical supply data and make certain that the section of the con-
nection cables is suitable for the loads applied. If in doubt, consult a qualified technician.
The switch for operating the unit must be installed in a visible position at a height of not more than 1.5 m and away from moving
objects.
2. Do not install the product in environments where there is a risk of explosion or which are disturbed by electromagnetic fields. The
presence of inflammable gases or fumes constitutes a serious hazard.
3. Make certain that a disconnection device is fitted upstream of the unit with an opening gap between the contacts of at least 3 mm
AP - CH
TC CM TA
- AN SI SI
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AP - TA CM TC SI AN - SI CH PRI
TA CM TC TC CM TA
Mains 2x1,5 mm
2
230 Va.c. 50-60Hz
Motor
Push-button (man present)
(ZD03)
(ZL43)
Aerial
433 MHz
N.C. contact
RG58 3x1,5mm
2
3x1,5mm
2
ZV
TERMINAL BLOCK CONNECTIONS
Programming the radio control
The radio control code is programmed by means of self-learning, as follows.
During the code programming phase, remove the jumper (TIME).
1. Press the programming push-button until the yellow programming LED lights up.
2. Press the left-hand radio control key and keep it pressed until the programming LED starts flashing. Then release the radio con-
trol key
3. Wait until the programming LED switches off (~5 sec.)
The control unit is now ready to operate. The LH key is for raising the blind and the RH key is for lowering it (for radio controls
with 4 keys, self-learning can also be used on the other 2 keys).
Each time a new radio code is entered, the previous code is cancelled.
SETTING THE ROLLER BLIND 'UP' AND 'DOWN' TIMES (according to safety criteria):
Once self-learning of the radio control code has been executed, it is necessary to set the roller blind Up and Down times.
Setting the Up or Down time is useful both as a safety device in the event that the limit switches do not operate (due to a fault or an
obstacle preventing them from being reached), and for other specific needs (e.g. to raise the blind half way the first time that the key
is pressed).
It is possible to set just one time at a time (attention: the times remain in the memory until they are changed).
1. Insert the jumper on the "TIME" connector
Press the programming push-button until the corresponding relay (Up or Down) activates.
2. Press one of the keys on the radio control and hold it down until the programming LED starts flashing
(at a frequency of one flash per second).
3. Wait for the same number of seconds as you want the Up time setting to be. During this operation, it is possible to check the time
that has elapsed by counting the number of flashes (e.g. 15 flashes =15 seconds) or by checking that the roller blind limit switch
has been passed.
4. Press the programming key to save. The LED lights up again steadily.
5. To save the Down time, repeat steps b), c) and d) while pressing the second key.
6. Make sure that the programming LED switches off.
7. Remove the jumper from the "TIME" connector.
CONNECTION OF TWO MOTORS WITH A SINGLE MANUAL CONTROL
ZVC1 card
1st motor
ZVC2 card
2nd motor
Control: the motors are operated by holding the control push-but-
ton down.
N.B. Use push-buttons with automatic return
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CONNECTION FOR INDIVIDUAL CONTROL OF THE MOTORS OR SIMULTANEOUS GENERAL CONTROL OF ALL THE
MOTORS CONNECTED IN LINE
TA TC CM TA TC CM
D D
For the connection of the first two motors, follow the diagram (repeat the same connections for the subsequent motors).
Single-wire diagram
General
control
ZVC1
1st motor
1st motor
control
Comando
2nd motor
Comando
3rd motor
ZVC1
2nd motor
ZVC1
Pay attention to the maximum load and the load resulting from the sum of the absorbed load of the individual motors.
1st motor
control
2nd motor
control
1st and 2nd motor
control
D- 1N4004
(diodes supplied
with the control unit)
ZVC1
2nd motor
ZVC1
1st motor
To other
motors
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FLASHING LIGHT WITH ANTENNA AND RECEIVER
EL09 a 433MHz - EL11 a 868MHz
FLASHING LIGHT WITH ANTENNA, RECEIVER AND SUPPORT FOR WALL MOUNTING:
EL10 a 433MHz - EL12 a 868MHz
EL SERIES ACCESSORIES
Technical specifications:
- 14V D.C. supply coming from EC
series control units or from ES series
sliding automation system.
- Built-in antenna
- 433 MHz or 868 MHz built-in radio recei-
ver to be connected to cards with 2x0.5
mm cable.
U
2
U
1
C 1
C 2
C
3
C
5
R
2
R 1
Q
1
M
R
1
D
1
D
2
P O 1
A
N
T
1
C
4
+
C
S
2
1
6
7
2
8
0
6
0
1
E
L
V
O
X
A
R
T
.E
L
0
9
-
+
FORO1
FORO2
P
L1
FIDUCIAL2
M
R
1
FIDUCIAL1
0
1
4
V
E
L
V
O
X
M
D
A
R
T
.E
L
0
9
2 9 0 6 0 1
C S 2 1 6 8
ELVOX Art. ZX64 4x0,5 mm
2
2x0,5 mm 2x0,5 mm
2
2
CABLE
Flashing light connection
- to card terminal 9
+to card terminal 10
Receiver conection
- to card terminal 26
+to card terminal 27
Dimensions (LxHxP) mm
EL09: 79x245x139
EL11: 79x154x139
EL10: 79x245x139
EL12: 79x154x139
Use bulbs with mignon mount type E14-14V
5W (3C)
The range of approx. 80 m is considered in
optimal conditions which can be influenced by
environmental factors or incorrect installation
of the flashing unit or aerial.
The cable Type ZX64 must be from 3 to 15 m.
long.
To obtain optimal reception, the following is
recommended to position the flashing unit
(aerial) in a location visible from the control
points.
M
R
1
FORO1
FORO2
P
L
1
FIDUCIAL2
M
R
1
FIDUCIAL1
0
2
3
0
V
E
L
V
O
X
M
D
A
R
T
.E
L
0
7
2 8 0 4 9 9
C S 2 0 4 6
2x1,5 mm RG58
2
D
Z
1
R
1
R 5
C
1
C
2
R 4
R
3
U
1
U
2
FORO2
FIDUCIAL2
R 2
220V FLASHING LIGHT WITH ANTENNA AND WALL SUPPORT
EL07
220V FLASHING LIGHT WITH ANTENNA, RADIO CARD AND SUPPORT FOR
WALL MOUNTING: EL07/A
Dimensions (LxHxP) mm
EL07-EL07/A without support: 79x245x139
EL07-EL07/A with support: 79x282x139
6
0
56
CABLE
Technical specifications:
- 220V A.C. supply coming from control units series "ZPC1".
- Built-in antenna
- Built-in 433 radio card to be connected to card ZPC1 by means of RG58 cable (only
for type EL07/A).
Flashing light connection
0 to card ZPC1 terminal C
230V to card ZPC1 terminal LAMP
Only for TYPE EL07/A
1 -Aerial: Braided wire of coaxial cable RG58, 50 Ohm, to terminal "GN" of card ZPC1
2 -Aerial: Coaxial cable RG58, 50 Ohm, to terminal "AN" of card ZPC1
NOTE: use lamps with mignon mount type E14-220V 25W.
AMPLIFIED ANTENNA
Type EL08 - 433 MHz
Type EL13 - 868 MHz

muni cat i ng i n st yl e
GENERAL FEATURES
- The antenna is equipped with 433 MHz or 868 MHz receiver, which
improves the reception range.
- The two wires connection allows the antenna to be placed far from the
control unit to optimize the reception.
- The cable length must be between 3 and 15 m.
N.B. The amplified antenna can only be connected to the new cards Type
ZC24 (2 motors) and ZC25 (1 motor) and modules 1 (ZC62) or 4 (ZC64)
channel.
INSTALLATION:
- Remove the antenna bottom plate.
- Carry out wirings to the circuit (2 x 1 mm). Terminal + must be con-
nected to SIG and - to GND.
- Refit the bottom plate by using the screws and screw the antenna.
- Fix the amplified antenna support to the wall by means of expanding
screws.
CONNECTIONS:
U 2
U 1
C
1
C
2
C 3
C 5
R 2
R
1
Q 1
M R 1
D 1
D 2
P
O
1
A N T 1
C 4
+
- +
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EL SERIES ACCESSORIES
To the central GND(-) terminal or module
To the central SIG(+) terminal or module
2 x 0.5 mm
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ET SERIES
SPECIFICATIONS
2 channel and 4 channel radio control "SAW RES-
ONATOR" frequence stabilizer, with 433.92 or
868,35 MHz operating frequency.
Powered by a 12 V D.C.battery.
Dimensions: 77x40x17,5 mm
Programming the 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th channel
1. Set J MP1 of the Elvox control unit to "MEMO".
The light will come on after about 1 second
(see Fig. 1/ET).
2. Open the cover (Fig. 2/ET) and set the con-
tacts of the DIP switch as desired (Fig. 3/ET).
3. Keeping the PS1 button of the control unit
depressed, at the same time press the button
of the radio control until the light switches off
and then on again. The code has now been
stored.
4. Release the button on the radio control
5. Release the PS1 button.
6. Should the remaining push-buttons be activat-
ed, repeat operation from point 2. This
process must be carried out for each push-
button to be activated.
7. Replace J MP1 of the Elvox control unit to the
"OFF" position (see Fig. 4/ET)
Replacing the battery of the radio control
Open the cover (Fig. 2/ET). Replace the battery
making sure that the contacts are clean. The bat-
tery to be used on Radiocontrols is the 23A- 1 2V
D.C. type.
Fig. 1/ET
RADIO CONTROL
Fig. 2/ET
Fig. 3/ET
Fig. 4/ET
Type ET03 (2 channel) - Type ET04 (4 channel) 433,92 MHz
Type ET07 (2 channel) - Type ET08 (4 channel) 868,35 MHz
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EF SERIES ACCESSORIES
Fig. 1/EF03
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
m
m
EF01
EF02
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Modulated infrared ray photocelis. Weather-proof and mechanically
resistant outside container. The reduced size simplifies installation oper-
ations, even on systems that have not been predisposed.
PHOTOCELLS
TYPE EF01 built-in
TYPE EF02 ELVOX column-fitted
INSTALLATION
1. Remove the cover and extract the flushmounted case from the photocell body
by undoing the securing screws. To remove the photocell cover insert a large
flathead screwdriver in the slot in the lower part of the cover and turn.
2. Flush-mount the photocell housing and fit the expanding plugs with screws to
the wall according to Fig. 2/EF03
3. Make the electrical connections to photocell bodies, keeping the wires as short
as possible.
4. Supply power to the electronic switchboard and check that the photocell sup-
ply voltage is 12V DC.
5. Insert the TX and RX photocell bodies, fixing in position using the screws sup-
plied with the outside box.
BEAM ALIGNMENT AND CONNECTIONS (Fig. 4/EF03)
1. Slacken off the securing screw (see figure).
2. Align the photocell by hand or by inserting a screwdriver at A (see figure).
3. Tighten the securing screw.
- Set the photocell by inserting check the operation by interrupting the beam
several times, the red LED on the passive photocell is lit and the relays effect
the switching.
After testing, position the RX and TX transparent front pieces.
- Check operation by interrupting the infrared ray several times.
When installing the column-fitted model, use the EF02 photocell (fig. 3/EF03).
When housing the photocells in cement walls, use the specially prepared ZX26
box.
EF02
Fig. 3/EF03
EE01
o
EE02
Fig. 2/EF03
EF01
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
RANGE: 50 m. nominal. In the presence of rain, fog,
dust or as a result of incorrect aligning, the
range may be reduced by 50%
POWER SUPPLY: 12 D.C.
CONTACTS: 1A 24VD.C./120V A.C.
OPERATING TEMP: -15C +80C outside temperature.
ABSORPTION: 3 W
DIMENSIONS EF01: Protruding parts: 78x 78x37
Built in part DIA. 60 x 57 (see fig. 1)
Overall dimensions: 78x78x94
DIMENSIONS EF02: Protruding parts: 78x 78x61
Built in part DIA. 60 x 24 (see fig. 1)
Overall dimensions: 78x78x85
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Fig. 4/EF03
Securing screw
Setting LED on RX
Vertical and horizontal
adjustment
1 2 3 4 5 1 2
BEAM ALIGNMENT AND CONNECTIONS
CONNECTION OF A PAIR OF PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS
-12V TERMINAL N33
+12V TERMINAL N32
To control unit
COMMON 1 TERMINAL N22
N24 PHOTOELECTRIC CELL
CONNECTION OF A 2-PAIR OF PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2
-12V TERMINAL N33
+12V TERMINAL N32
To control unit
COMMON 1 TERMINAL N22
N24 PHOTOELECTRIC CELL
CONNECTION OF A 2-PAIR OF PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS
EXTERNAL PHOTOCELL (1): Operation during the closing phase
INTERNAL PHOTOCELL (2): Operation during the opening/closing phase.
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2
To control unit
COMMON 1 TERMINAL N22
TERMINAL N24
TERMINAL N25
-12V TERMINAL N33
+12V TERMINAL N32
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EF SERIES ACCESSORIES
PHOTOCELLS FOR SURFACE WALL-MOUNTING OR ON COLUMN
TYPE EF04
Description
Photocell for surface wall-mounting or mounting on a column for automated
door, gate and entry protection, consisting of: 1 modulated infrared receiver and
1 modulated infrared transmitter, with supply voltage selectable between 12/24
D.C. / A.C. The external housing has a great resistance, mechanical and to
atmospheric agents, and its reduced dimensions ease the installation.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Range: 30m nominal
Attention:
- In case of rain, fog or dust, the rage might 50% diminish
Supply voltage: 12/24V D.C. - A.C.
Relay contact load: 1A at 24V
Operating temperature: - 15 C, 55 C
Power absorption - Receiver : 30mA max
Transmitter: 15mA max
Dimensions: (WxHxD): 60x89x31 mm
INSTALLATION
Surface wall-mounting
1. Insert a wide -tipped screw driver in the slot placed on the cover lower side and
with a simple rotation remove the screw cover (Fig. 1).
2. Remove the two fixing screws and the photocells cover.
3. Remove the photocell circuit by loosening the screw placed at the centre.
4. Fix the photocell housing to the wall (Fig. 2) using the expansion plugs and ali-
gning them as better as possible.
5. Carry out connections to the photocells body keeping the wires as short as pos-
sible (Fig. 3).
Fig. 1/EF04
Mounting on column
1. Insert a wide -tipped screw driver in the slot placed
on the cover lower side and with a simple rotation
remove the screw cover (Fig. 1/EF04).
2. Remove the two fixing screws and the photocells
cover.
3. Remove the column cover by inserting a wide-tip-
ped screw driver in the lateral slot (Fig. 5/EF04)
4. Remove the column frontal part (Fig. 6/EF04).
5. Make the conductors slide through the 3 side holes
of housing and carry out the photocell body con-
nections keeping the wires as short as possible
(see Fig. 7, detail A).
6. Position the photocell housing in order to superpo-
se the hole to the screw (see Fig. 7/EF04)
Fix the housing to the column using the 3 screws
provided with the column.
Insert screwdriver
60
39 400600
mm
mm
m
m
39
60
mm
mm
Fig. 4/EF04
(EF04)
(EE11)
A
Fig. 4/EF04
A- seat for centring on column
B- cable input for column-mounting
C- Cable input for wall-mounting
B B
C
Fig. 3/EF04
Fig. 2/EF04
Fig. 5/EF04
Fig. 6/EF04
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Fig. 7/EF04
A
CONNECTIONS
1) Carry out the connection according to Fig. 8
Important
- In case of direct current pay attention to the voltage polarity:
2) Select the photocell supply voltage operating on the voltage jumper.
The choice 12/24V D.C. / A.C. is to be made according to the tension available on the central unit.
NA
NC
COM
12/24 Vc.c./c.a.
12/24 V c.c./c.a.
+ -
Fig. 8
12/24VD.C./A.C.
N.C. CONTACT
To control unit
TERMINAL N25
FOT TERMINAL N24
COMMON TERMINAL N22
CONNECTION OF A 2-PAIR OF PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS TO THE CENTRAL UNIT ZC SERIES
EXTERNAL PHOTOCELL (1): Operation during the closing phase
INTERNAL PHOTOCELL (2): Operation during the opening/closing phase.
12/24V D.C../A.C.
J umper 12-24V D.C/A.C
Rx Tx
With jumper inserted: 12V D.C/A.C. supply voltage
Without jumper: 24V D.C./A.C. supply voltage
3) Power the photocell with the selected voltage.
4) Once the photocell installation has been carried out, check the operation interrupting several time the beam (infrared ray);
Check the central unit red LED lighting and the relay switching.
5) Once the final check up has been carried out, position the front part using the 2 fixing screws and insert the screw cover.
CONNECTION OF A 2-PAIR OF PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS
COMMON
96

ED01 ED02
ED SERIES ACCESSORIES
GENERAL FEATURES
Mechanical switch with personalised key
pattern. The selector enclosure is very
rugged and resistant to weathering. The
compact size of this accessory makes it
easy to install on any entrance automa-
tion system.
- NO-NC contacts with Open-close func-
tion
-
- Dimensions: all measurements are in
mm unless otherwise indicated.
FLUSH-MOUNTING WALL VERSION
Type ED01
ELVOX COLUMN MOUNTING
Type ED02
ED21, ED31 same as ED01, ZD21 pair of selectors with duplicate keys
ZD31 three selectors with duplicate keys
ED22, ED32 same as ED02, ZD22 pair of selectors with duplicate keys
ZD32 three selectors with duplicate keys
Fig. 1/ED
ED01
INSTALLATION
1. Recess key switch unit ED01 as shown in Fig.1/ED.
2. To install key switch ED02 use column Type EE02
or EE04.
3. Keep wires as short as possible when connecting to
switch unit.
CONNECTIONS
Electronic card Type ZC.
EE02
ou
EE04
ED02
Fig. 2/ED
STOP
OPEN
CLOSE
key switch
ED01, ED02
Electronic card Type ZC
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ED SERIES ACCESSORIES
SURFACE-MOUNTED OR COLUMN-MOUNTED
KEY SWITCH
Type EDE4
Type EDE5 pair of switches with identical keys.
Type EDE6 set of three switches with identical keys.
GENERAL FEATURES
Surface wall-mounted or column-mounted mechanical switch with personalised
key. Its external container has high mechanical strength and weather resistance,
and its compact size make it simple to install.
1. NO-NC contacts with Open-Close function
2. Relay contact capacity 0.1A 250V A.C., 1A 24V D.C./125V A.C.
3. Dimensions (lxhxd): 60x89x37 mm
INSTALLATION
Surface wall-mounted.
1. Insert a broad screwdriver in the slit in the bottom of the cover, and simply
turn it to remove the screw cover (Fig. 1/EDE4)
2. Remove the 2 fixing screws and the switch cover by turning the key clockwi-
se or anticlockwise (pull outwards).
3. Fix the switch container to the wall (Fig. 2/EDE4) by means of the expansion
plugs.
4. Make the connections, keeping the wires as short as possible (Fig. 3EDE4).
Insert the screwdriver
Fig. 1/EDE4
(EDE4)
(EE12-EE14)
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ED SERIES ACCESSORIES
60
39
mm
m
m
Fig. 5/EDE4 39
60
mm
mm
Fig. 3/EDE4
A
B B
C
Fig. 2/EDE4
Connections to the ZC series control unit
Make the connections as shown in Fig. 7/EDE4, and reposition the front panel using the 2 fixing screws, and fit the screw cover.
Fig. 7/EDE4
PS2 P
S
1
MR1
NO NC C NO
MR1
NC C
OP/CL Terminal No. 18
COM1 Terminal No.17
STOP Terminal No. 23
STOP OPEN/CLOSE
Column-mounting
1. Insert a broad screwdriver in the slit in the bottom
of the cover and simply turn it to remove the screw
cover (Fig. 1/EDE4).
2. Remove the 2 fixing screws and the photocell
cover.
3. Remove the column cover by inserting a broad
screwdriver in the slit in the side (Fig. 5/EDE4)
4. Withdraw the front part of the column.
5. Feed the conductors through the two holes in the
side of the container and make the connections
with the switch body, keeping the wires as short as
possible (see Fig. 6/EDE4 part A).
6. Position the photocell container so as to overlap
the hole in the screw (Fig. 6/EDE4)
Fix the container with the 3 screws supplied with
the column.
In this installation, the screw cover must not be fit-
ted.
Fig. 6/EDE4
A
Fig. 3
A- Seat for centring on column
B- cable inlet for column-mounting
C- Cable inlet for wall-mounting
99

ZD SERIES ACCESSORIES
How to open the key-switch
A
B
Take the front plate screw off
Insert the key in the lock to the bottom
and turn slightly downwards
C
Remove the front plate from the case
MAGNETIC ENCODED KEY-SELECTOR TYPE ZD10 AND ENCODED
KEY-SELECTOR TYPE ZD11
How to open the key-switch
D
E
Insert the key in the
slot
Press to the bottom
F
Remove the key and screw the front plate
IF THE KEY IS LOST, CONTACT YOUR INSTALLER
MAGNETIC ENCODED KEY
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1 2
ZD SERIES ACCESSORIES
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
Some ways to install the key-switch:
Rivet
In an 80mm side colum. (vertical)
Wiring diagram
Built-in
In an 80mm side tube (horizontal)
How to install the key-switch
Rivet
Connect the wires to the Key-Switch terminals
Set the case in a wall or column
NOTE:
DO NOT LUBRICATE
DO NOT FIT THE WRONG WAY
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SELECTOR FOR 250 USERS


Type ZD12
CODIFIED KEY
Type ZD13
ZD SERIES ACCESSORIES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ZD12 control unit is typically used for providing controlled access, by
recognition with a contact key, on a door, gate, automated system etc..
Although extremely compact, the unit is capable of directly controlling the
electric lock, thanks to the built-in relay with contact capacity of 5A, and
managing an internal memory of 250 different user codes.
OPERATION
The product is supplied with two keys for programming:
Green key: the green key is used for entering new codes and for programming the operating modes of the relay.
Red key: the red key is used for disabling individual users, total deletion of the memory and for programming the operating modes
of the relay.
The built-in two-colour red/green LED provides all the necessary indications for identifying the programming phase in progress and
activating the relay. The product is equipped with a contact, connected to the terminal boards, which activates if the plastic box is
opened, thus warning of attempted tampering or unauthorised disassembly of the unit.
4. MANUAL PROGRAMMING
Entering codes
1. Apply the green key to the device. The LED switches from red to green.
2. Apply the keys to be entered to the device. For each entry the green LED flashes.
3. Wait for 10 s to exit programming mode. The LED returns to red.
Disabling codes
1. Apply the red key to the device. The red LED flashes.
2. Apply the key to be disabled to the device. The red LED flashes more quickly.
3. Wait for 10 s to exit programming mode. The LED returns to fixed red.
Total deletion of codes
Take care when performing the following operation. It deletes all data from the memory.
Once the total deletion procedure has been carried out it is not possible to recover the programming.
1. Apply the red key to the device. The red LED flashes
2. Apply the green key to the device. The red LED flashes more quickly.
3. Total deletion completed
Relay operating mode
1. Apply the green key to the device. The LED switches from red to green.
2. Apply the red key to the device. The relay changes its operating mode.
1 Green Flashing = Monostable; 2 Green Flashing = Bi-stable
12 - 24 Vac/dc
COM
N.C.
N.O.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - CONNECTIONS
Power supply: 12-24V AC-DC
Consumption: 10mA (standby) / 30mA (relay activated)
Reading technology: Contact key (MRC20)
Memory capacity: 250 users
No. output relays: 1 (timed to 1 s or bi-stable; operating mode can be selected)
Relay contact capacity: 5A
Safety devices: Tamper-proof N.C. switch
Indicators: Two-colour LED (Red/Green)
Protection class: IP 54
Dimensions and weight:72 x 80 x 37 mm, 145g
Tamper switch
Connector for
termination
Additional reading head
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ZR SERIES ACCESSORIES
REALISATION OF THE SENSITIVE ELEMENT (Fig.1/ZR)
The detectors are suitable for coils made up with an insulated copper wire with a cross-section of at least 1.5 mm
2
. Preferably use
twisted copper wires with at least 20 twists per metre to connect the detector to the coil. J ointing in the coil wires and in the twisted
cable is not recommended. If unavoidable, jointings should be welded and sealed in an appropriate watertight junction box to ensu-
re best detector operation. If the wires used for the twisted cable are especially long or in proximity to other power cables, shielding
of said wires is recommended. Earthing of the shield should only be made at the extremity of the detector.
Excepting special cases, the detection coils be rectangular. Install with the longer sides placed at right angles in the direction of vehi-
cle movement. These sides should ideally be kept at a meter one from the other. Coil length is a function of the width of the road
surface to be monitored. A distance of no more than 300 mm is recommended between the coil and each edge of the road surface.
For coils running over a perimeter of more than ten metres two wire windings are normally employed, while for coils with a lower
perimeter three or more windings are required, and four windings are required for coils with a perimeter below six metres.
In order to reduce the diaphonic effect,adjacent coil should be so laid as to alternate three and four windings.
All permanent coil components must be secured to the road surface in appropriate grooves made using masonry cutting tools or the
like. A cross-cut at a 45 inclination must be made at the circuit angles so as to prevent the risk of the coil cable being damaged in
proximity to the apex of the right angles.
Nominal groove length: 15 mm.
Nominal groove depth: 50 mm.
The coil-detector connection cable must also be laid in an appropriate groove running from one of the circuit angles along the cir-
cuit perimeter to the road surface edge. To ensure wiring continuity between the coil and connection cable allow for along enough
lead to reach as far as the detector before inserting the cable inside the coil groove. After laying the required number of wire win-
dings in the groove along the coil perimeter, route the wire towards the road edge through the connection cable groove.
It is advisable that connection cable length not exceed 100 metres.
As coil sensitivity diminishes proportionally to connection cable length the latter should be kept as short as possible.
Coils are secured to road surface by means of a quick-drying compound containing epoxy resin or asphalt mastic applied hot.
In the case of two contiguous coils, keep a minimun distance of at least two metres between each.
The inductive activty and hence the sensivity of the coil detection system are reduced by the presence of a steel reinforcement
beneath the road surface. IdealIy allow for a distance of 150 mm, between coil cable and steel reinforcement.
GANERAL INFORMATION
ZR01 is undecal, skirt-board, electromagnetic detector especially designed and built
for the management of magnetic coils and for generating two command signals upon
a metal body of considerable size, such as a motor vehicle, motor cycle, etc.., pas-
sing over them.
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
- Magnetic coil connection
- Easy operation by means of dip-switch
- Two realy outputs
- Function selection by means of binary 8-way dip-switches
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Power supply 24-12 V AC/DC
Consumption 20 mA st.by- 40mA max
Connectable loop 1
Number of outputs 2
Types of outputs impulsive and/or presence
Output 1 (OUT1) N.O./N.C. relay outputs Impulsive (100ms)
Output 2 (OUT2) N.O./N.C. relay output Impulsive (100 ms) or pre-
sence
Relay contact capacity 0.5 A, 24 V
Signal Red LED
Working temperature -20 / +55 C
Protection standard IP55
Size/weight 88 x 76 x 38 mm / 85g
MAGNETIC MASS DETECTOR
Type ZR01
MAGNETIC COIL
Type ZRS1
Fig. 1/ZR
Undergound coil
(ELVOX Type ZRS1)
Connection cable run
Coil insulation
Road surface
Detector to be connected to the automatic gate system.
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Suggested measures for loop burying (section view)


ZR01 loop detector
ZRS1
How to install
LED (FIg. 2/ZR)
1. Flashing during setting phase
2. Lights up when a metal body is detected
Activating the system
1. Make the connections for the undekal socket as shown in Fig. 3 and subsequentiy insert the detector as shown in the same figu-
re.
2. Set up the frequency through the dip-swltches 1 and 2 as shown in Fig. 2. The change of frequency is mainly useful fo avoid inter-
ference between two adjacent Ioops (2-3 mt.): in this Iast case it is necessary to set up different frequencies. As a generai rule
the frequency must be low for large loop and high for small Ioop.
3. Set up the sensitivity through the dip-switches 3 and 4 as shown in Fig. 2. Setting the sensitivity prevents the detection of small
metal objects such as bicycles and motorcycles.
4. Output OUT1 may be active or not through the DIP switch 8 (Fig. 2) and provides un impulsive functioning (100 ms).
Output OUT2 may be set to impulsive (100 ms) functioning with activation on the entrance or on the exit of the loop: otherwise
this output rnay be set to presence functioning, through the dip-switches 6 and 7 (Fig. 2).
5. Be sure that there is no metallic mass on the loop, and press the RESET push-button fo carry out an autornatic calibration of the
detector.
6. Carry out sensitlvity teste with the various types of vehicles that the device must detect. lf necessary, vary the setting of dip-swit-
ches 3 and 4 until the desired sensitivity Ievel is obtained. It is not advisable to use excessively high sensitivity values.
7. Once the optimal sensitivity level has been established, il necessary enable the BOOST function using dip-swltch 5.
ZR SERIES ACCESSORIES
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Fig. 2/ZR
ZR SERIES ACCESSORIES
Fig. 3/ZR
Undecal socket OUT pin
FREQUENCY SELECTION SENSITIVITY SELECTION BOOST FUNCTION OUTPUT MODE (OUT2) OUTPUT MODE (OUT2) OUTPUT MODE (OUT1)
HIGH
MEDIUM
HIGH
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
ACTIVE
NOT ACTIVE
HIGH
MEDIUM
HIGH
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
IMPULSIVE
PRESENCE
IMPULSIVE WHEN
DISENGAGED
IMPULSIVE WHEN
ENGAGED
ENABLED
DISABLED
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safety trim: Type ZX01 from 1,5 m, ZX02 from 2 m


Type ZX38 from 1,8 m, ZX39 from 2,1 m
ACTIVE SAFETY DEVICE FOR SLIDING GATES
Safety device for the prevention of accidents on sliding gates and automatic access
control systems, used as an alternative to the usual pneumatic and photocell trims.
Operation is ensured even if the extruded rubber section is torn; in case of a break-
down, the trim shuts down the entire automation system.
In accordance with current safety regulations, mechanical trims consist of a double-
chamber rubber trim with additional elastic damping response of over 50 mm and an
aluminium section of the same length, fixed to the gate-post to support the extruded
rubber element. Operation of the trim is ensured by two microswitches, the first detect-
ing deformation of the rubber and the second acting as safety backup if the device fails.
MATERIALS
- Extruded Dutrel rubber RAL 7000
- Aluminium section
- Supports and end cap in nylon RAL 7000
- Metal fasteners in stainless steel
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- Maximum length: 4 metres
- Microswitch contacts: NO-NC 230V 10A
- Degree of protection: IP54
INSTALLATION
1. Fit the lower cap and insert the rubber section and steel wire.
2. Fit the upper cap with the support for the accessories.
3. Fix the plate (1, Fig. 1) to the upright, following the dimensions shown in the table
(A), column (b).
Fig. 1/ZX
ZX SERIES ACCESSORIES
Table (A)
Trim height Aluminium Rubber (a)(5,5) (b)(5,5) (c)(5,5)
1500 1500 1380 5 760 1490
1600 1600 1480 5 810 1590
1700 1700 1580 5 860 1690
1800 1800 1680 5 910 1790
1900 1900 1780 5 960 1890
2000 2000 1880 5 1010 1990
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ZX SERIES ACCESSORIES
4.Fit the section into the bracket and fix it to the holes provided (2-3, Fig.2/ZX).
The trim will now be fixed in three points with no need to take it apart.
5.The trim must be installed with the end cap at the top.
CALIBRATION
- The ready-assembled safety trim is pre-set to be tripped when the extruded rubber
element is compressed by about 1/3 of its width.
To modify the sensitivity of the trim, proceed as follows:
- Undo the lock-nut (1, Fig. 3).
- Adjust the sensitivity of the trim by adjusting the wire stretcher (2, Fig. 3).
- Retighten the lock-nut.
N.B. In rest condition, neither of the two microswitches must be pressed.
CONNECTIONS
The mechanical safety trim is prefitted for connection to a NC safety contact.
For connection, two wires have to be connected to the terminals inside the trims top
support (3, Fig. 3).
In many installations it is connected to the NC photocell contact, if mounted on the clos-
ing column (terminal COM 1 22- FCELL. 24), which, on closing, blocks the
automation only if it is closing by inverting the gate run without disabling the automatic
closing, if inserted (Fig. 4). If mounted on the gate opening column (terminal COM1, 22
STOP 23) it is connected to the N.C. STOP contact, which, on opening, blocks
the opening automation by disabling also the automatic closing time (Fig. 4).
Fig. 2/ZX
Fig. 3/ZX
Fig. 3A/ZX
Fig. 4/ZX
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MODULE WITH 1 OR 4 CHANNELS - COMMON PARTS


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WARNINGS:
Correct installation of the antenna is fundamental to ensure correct range capacity:
1. ensure installation at the highest point possible
2. ensure that it is not installed near walls with metal bodies.
3. Connection must be made using coaxial cable (RG58) in the case of ZC52 or ZC48.
4. Connection must be made with 2 x 0.5mm
2
cable (max. 15m) in the case of module ZC62 or ZC64.
Dimensions: GENERAL FEATURES
The modules with receiver (type ZC52, ZC48) or without (type ZC62, ZC64) in 4-
module DIN housing, offer a high degree of safety and dependable operation in a
wide range of situations, such as the control of automatic gates, perimeter lights,
security systems, etc.
The module must be fitted in a place where it is protected from the weather.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Supply voltage :12 15V (D.C.-A.C.)
Sensitivity : 0.5mV
Operating temperature : - 20 C 60 C
Range of relay contact : 1A 24V D.C. /120V A.C.
ZC SERIES RADIO MODULE
ZL43
PERSONAL CODE TO BE
USED MUST BE SAME AS
CODE OF ZT03 or ZT04
RG58
MODULE WITH 1 OR 4 CHANNEL 433,92 MHZ RADIO RECEIVER (Type ZC52 - Type ZC48)
INPUT FOR AERIAL ZL43 (with 3 metres of RG58 cable supplied)
BRAID
SIGNAL
N.O. channel contact output
PERSONAL CODE TO BE
SHOWN, IDENTICAL TO
RADIO CONTROL CODE
TYPE ET03, TYPE ET04
433.92 MHz or type ET07-
type ET08, 868 MHz.
2 x 0.5 mm
2
Output for N.O. channel contact
MODULE WITHOUT 1 OR 4 CHANNEL RADIO RECEIVER (Type ZC62 - Type ZC64)
2 x 0.5 mm
2
cable input
for connecting the recei-
ver positioned in the
aerial.
Type EL08, 433.32 MHz
Type EL11, 868 MHz
+ -

muni cat i ng i n st yl e
EL08 (433 MHz)
EL13 (868 MHz)
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Key Type Description Quantity


1 ES07 Sliding actuator 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 Dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
10 ZE03 Rack in nylon ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
12 ZX01 safety trim 1
13 ZX16 mounting plate 1
1
2
3
4/RX
5
10
11
12
13
9
4x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
4/TX
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
System description
SLIDING GATE WITH MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 300 kg
System diagram for sliding gate with gate leaf up to 300 kg
110

Key Type Description Quantity
1 ES09 Sliding actuator 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 ZX16 Mounting plate 1
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
10 ZE07 Rack in zinc-plated steel ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
12 ZX01 Safety trim 1
System for sliding gates with leaf up to 1000 Kg.
1
6
6
2
3
4/TX
4/RX
5
10
11
12
7
4/TX
4/RX
9
4x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
SLIDING GATE WITH MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 1000 kg
System description
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Key Type Description Quantity


1 EA25 Linear movement actuator +attachment bracket kit 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
System description
1
2
3
4/RX
5
14
15
11
7
1
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
3x1 mm
2
8
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8
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
SWING GATE
Installation diagram for swing gate with two leaves up to 1.80 m each.
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SWING GATE
Key Type Description Quantity
1 EA25 Linear movement actuator +attachment bracket kit 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
7 EC34 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
System for swing gates with leaf up to 1,80 m.
1
2
3
4/RX 5
14
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
8
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
System description
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SWING GATE
System for swing gates with double leaf from 1,80 m up to 2,50 each
Key Type Description Quantity
1 EA25 Linear movement actuator +attachment bracket kit 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
1
2
3
4/RX
4/RX
5
15
11 7
6
6
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4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
8
4x1 mm
2
8
3x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4/TX
14
System description
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SWING GATE
Key Type Description Quantity
1 EA50 Linear movement actuator +attachment bracket kit 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC34 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
System for swing gates with leaf from 1,80 m. up to 3,50 m
4/RX
6
6
4/TX
1
2
3
4/RX 5
14
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
4x1 mm
2
8
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
System description
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System for swing gates with double leaf from 1,80 m up to 3,50 each
SWING GATE
Key Type Description Quantity
1 EA50 Linear movement actuator +attachment bracket kit 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX67/15 15 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
1
2
3
4/RX
4/RX
5
14
15
11 7
6
6
1
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
8
4x1 mm
2
8
3x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4/TX
System description
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Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZA30 Articulated arm actuator (ZX35) 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
7 EC34 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
System for swing gates with leaf up to 1,80 m. (400 Kg.)
1
2
3
4/RX 5
14
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
8
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
SWING GATE
System description
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SWING GATE
Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZA30 Articulated arm actuator (ZX35) 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
System for swing gates with double leaf up to 1,80 (400 Kg. each)
1
2
3
4/RX
5
14
15
11
7
1
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
3x1 mm
2
8
9
8
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
System description
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Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZA30 Articulated arm actuator (ZX35) 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC34 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
System for swing gates with one leaf from 1,80 m (400 Kg.) up to 3 m each (300 Kg.)
4/RX
6
6
4/TX
1
2
3
4/RX 5
14
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
4x1 mm
2
8
2x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
SWING GATE
System description
119

Key Type Description Quantity


1 ZA30 Articulated arm actuator (ZX35) 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
System for swing gates with double leaf from 1,80 m (400 Kg.) up to 3 m each (300 Kg.)
1
2
3
4/RX
4/RX
5
14
15
11 7
6
6
1
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
8
4x1 mm
2
8
3x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4/TX
SWING GATE
System description
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SWING GATE
Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZI26 Underground actuator 1
16 ZX41 Foundation box 1
17 ZDA7 Manual unlocking device 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
7 EC34 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
System for swing gates with one leaf up to 1,80 m
1
2
3
4/RX 5
14
16 17
16
17
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
8
2x1 mm
2
System description
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Key Type Description Quantity


1 ZI26 Underground actuator 2
16 ZX41 Foundation box 2
17 ZDA7 Manual unlocking device 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
System for swing gates with double leaf up to 1,80 m (200 Kg.) each
16
17
2
3
4/RX
5
14
15
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
3x1 mm
2
8
9
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
8
2x1 mm
2
1
16
17
1
16
17
SWING GATE
System description
122

Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZI27 Underground actuator 2
16 ZX41 Foundation box 2
17 ZDB7 Manual unlocking device 2
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC33 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX67/15 15 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
15 ZD06 Locking latch 1
System for swing gates with double leaf from 1,80 m (400 Kg.) to 4 m (200Kg) each
16
17
2
3
4/RX
5
14
15
11
7
4/TX
9
4x1 mm
2
1
16
17
1
16
17
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
2x1 mm
2
8
4/RX
6
6
4/TX
2x1 mm
2
8
4x1 mm
2
SWING GATE
System description
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SWING GATE
Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZI27 Underground actuator 1
16 ZX41 Foundation box 1
17 ZDB7 Manual unlocking device 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 2
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
6 EE11 Column with cover 500 mm 2
7 EC34 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX29 10 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
14 ZD04 12V DC electric lock 1
System for swing gates with one leaf from 1,80 m (400 Kg.) to 4 m (200Kg)
16
17
4/RX
6
6
4/TX
2
3
4/RX 5
14
11
7
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
9
4x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
2x1 mm
2
4x1 mm
2
8
2x1 mm
2
1
16
17
System description
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Key Type Description Quantity
1 EB10 Horizontally pivoted door actuator +attachment bracket kit 1
18 ZX14 Straight arm kit for central mounting 1
2 EL08 Aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
7 EC32 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX72 5 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2,5 mm
2
+3x0.5 mm
2
+5x0.5 mm
2
)
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) ...m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
12 ZX06 Pneumatic edging ...m
12 ZX03 Aluminium profile for pneumatic edging ...m
19 ZX11 Pressure switch with 1 metre of tubing 1
19 ZX12 Pressure switch case 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
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18
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Mains 230V
System description
Installation diagram with single motor for horizontally pivoted counterweighted door with area of up to 10 m
2
(200 kg)
HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED COUNTERWEIGHTED DOORS
125

Key Type Description Quantity


1 EB10 Horizontally pivoted door actuator +attachment bracket kit 2
18 ZX13 Straight arm kit for central mounting 1
2 EL08 Aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
7 EC32 Control unit without push-button panel 1
8 ZX73 5 m cable roll for automatic gate system 1
(2x2,5 mm
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9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
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11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
12 ZX06 Pneumatic edging ...m
12 ZX03 Aluminium profile for pneumatic edging ...m
19 ZX11 Pressure switch with 1 metre of tubing 1
19 ZX12 Pressure switch case 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
System for horizontally pivoted counterweighted door with two motors, exceeding 10 m
2
and max. 300 Kg.
18
18
19
12
1
1
11
7
2
5
3
9
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
3x1 mm
2
8
2x0.5 mm
2
2x2,5 mm
2
HORIZONTALLY PIVOTED COUNTERWEIGHTED DOORS
System description
126

Key Type Description Quantity
1 ZN10 Actuator for horizontally pivoted door with control unit 1
18 ZN20 C track +fixing kit 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
12 ZX06 Pneumatic edging ...m
12 ZX03 Aluminium profile for pneumatic edging ...m
19 ZX11 Pressure switch with 1 metre of tubing 1
19 ZX12 Pressure switch case 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
21 ZN26 Safety kit for pedestrian door 1
- ZNB1 Back-up battery kit (2x12V) 1
3
1
1
18
21
19 12
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
5
3x1 mm
2
2x0.5 mm
2
2x0.5 mm
2
System description
SECTIONAL DOORS
Installation diagram for sectional doors with maximum area of 10 m
2
operating at 433 MHz
127

Key Type Description Quantity


1 ZN10 Actuator for horizontally pivoted door with control unit 1
18 ZN20 C track +fixing kit 1
20 ZN21 Curved arm kit 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
12 ZX06 Pneumatic edging ...m
12 ZX03 Aluminium profile for pneumatic edging ...m
19 ZX11 Pressure switch with 1 metre of tubing 1
19 ZX12 Pressure switch case 1
5 EDE4 Flush-/surface wall-mounted key switch 1
21 ZN26 Safety kit for pedestrian door 1
- ZNB1 Back-up battery kit (2x12V) 1
Installation diagram for spring or counterbalanced horizontally pivoted doors with maximum area of 10 m2 opera-
3
1
1
18
21
20
19 12
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
5 2x0.5 mm
2
2x0.5 mm
2
3x1 mm
2
SECTIONAL DOORS
System description
128

Key Type Description Quantity
1 Machine body +control unit 1
18 Machine body arm 3,20 m or 6,40 m or 4,80 m 1
12 Switch trim for each module 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF05 Pair of photocells 1
6 EE05 Support column 1
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) 3 m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
13 ZX30 Mounting plate 1
System for machine body arm 3,20 m - 4,80 m - 6.40 m
2
3
1
6
11
13
18
12
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
2x1 mm
2
4/RX
4/TX
4x1 mm
2
KIT FOR BARRIERS
System description
129

Key Type Description Quantity


1 Machine body +control unit 1
18 Machine body arm 3,20 m or 6,40 m or 4,80 m 1
12 Switch trim for each module 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF05 Pair of photocells 1
6 EE06 Support column 1
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
13 ZX30 Mounting plate 1
Installation diagram for barrier with 3.2 to 4.8 m arm with mobile support
2
3
1
6
11
13
18
20
12
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
2x1 mm
2
4/RX
4/TX
4x1 mm
2
KIT FOR BARRIER
System description
130

Key Type Description Quantity
1 Machine body +control unit 1
18 Machine body arm 3 m or 4,60 m 1
12 Switch trim for each module 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MHz 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
19 ZX45 Pair of photocells 1
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) 3 m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
13 ZX31 Mounting plate 1
System for barrier with left hand arm on left 3 m or 4,60 m long
2
3
1
19
11
13
18
12
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
2x1 mm
2
4/RX
4/TX
4x1 mm
2
KIT FOR BARRIER
System description
131

KIT FOR BARRIER


Key Type Description Quantity
1 Machine body +control unit 1
18 Machine body arm 3 m or 4,60 m 1
12 Switch trim for each module 1
2 EL09 Flashing light with aerial and receiver 433 MH 1
3 ET03 433 MHz dual-channel radio remote control 2
4 EF04 Flush-/surface wall-mounted pair of photocells 1
19 ZX45 Support for photocells 1
9 ZX64 Cable (4x0.5 mm
2
) 3 m
11 ZBA1 Back-up battery 12V 7Ah 1
13 ZX31 Mounting plate 1
System for barrier with right hand arm on left 3 m or 4,60 m long
3
2
1
11
18
12
19 4/RX
4/TX
3x1,5 mm
2
Mains 230V
2x1 mm
2
13
4x1 mm
2
System description
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opening and closing setup.
M1: DURING THE OPENING PHASE, M1 OPENS FIRST.
M2: DURING THE CLOSING PHASE, M2 CLOSES FIRST.
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Type ZBSD/001, ZBSD/002
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