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  • Entrematic Sliding Door Operator EMSL T

    AAF581A

    Installation and Service Manual - Original instructions

    1006278-EMEI-2.0 – Issue 2011-01-13

  • © All rights in and to this material are the sole property of Ditec Entrematic Nordic AB. Copying, scanning, alterations or modifications are expressly forbidden without the prior written consent of the applicable company within Ditec Entrematic Nordic AB. Rights reserved for changes without prior notice.

    Backtrack information: folder: Library, version: a152, date: 2011-01-11, time: 12:21:48, state: Working

  • CONTENTS

    41 Revision ...............................................................................................................................

    52 Important information ........................................................................................................... 52.1 Important notice .......................................................................................................... 52.2 Electronic equipment reception interference ..............................................................

    63 Introduction ..........................................................................................................................

    74 Design and function description ...........................................................................................

    85 Technical specification .........................................................................................................

    96 Models .................................................................................................................................

    107 Identification .........................................................................................................................

    118 Space required ....................................................................................................................

    129 Mechanical installation ......................................................................................................... 129.1 Checking ..................................................................................................................... 139.2 Installation examples .................................................................................................. 149.3 Installation of support beam ....................................................................................... 179.4 Installing the door adapter on top of the door leaf (frame doors by others) ............... 189.5 Installing the carriage wheel fittings on the door adapter ........................................... 219.6 Hanging the door leaves (bi-parting shown) ............................................................... 279.7 Installation of Entrematic floor guides (frame doors by others) .................................. 299.8 Final adjustment of the door leaves ........................................................................... 319.9 Attachment of tooth belt fittings .................................................................................. 329.10 Adjustment of the leading edge .................................................................................. 339.11 Checking and adjusting the belt tension ..................................................................... 349.12 Installing/Removing the cover ....................................................................................

    3610 Electrical connections .......................................................................................................... 3710.1 Control unit ................................................................................................................. 4310.2 Extension units ...........................................................................................................

    4511 Start-up ................................................................................................................................

    4612 Signage ................................................................................................................................

    4713 Programme selectors and functions .................................................................................... 4713.1 Operation .................................................................................................................... 4813.2 Programme selector functions ....................................................................................

    4914 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................... 4914.1 Mechanical checking and remedies ........................................................................... 4914.2 LED indication and CT Error codes ............................................................................ 5414.3 After remedy or replacement the operator has to be checked as follows: .................

    5515 Maintenance/Service ........................................................................................................... 5615.1 Maintenance plan .......................................................................................................

    5716 Accessories ......................................................................................................................... 5716.1 Safety accessories ..................................................................................................... 5716.2 General accessories ...................................................................................................

    3Issue 2011-01-131006278-EMEI-2.0

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  • 1 Revision

    Following pages have been revised:

    Revision 1.0 → 2.0Page

    Item 3b) “Connect the cable..” deleted.34 �ew �ote! added43 �ew sentence; “A battery will also be detected..” added. Text update; “..and also detect an eventual expansion unit.” added

    45

    Two new sentences added in 14.2.5 Emergency Unit Error.51 �ew row added.52 Text change; “..with batteries” added �ew item; “Electrical emergency unit with batteries and two motors” added Text change; “..with elastic cord” added Drawing references added Text change in section “Electrical emergency unit with batteries”.

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    1006278-EMEI-2.0Issue 2011-01-134

    1 Revision

  • 2 Important information

    2.1 Important notice

    To avoid bodily injury, material damage and malfunction of the product, the instructions con- tained in this manual must be strictly observed during installation, adjustment, repairs and service etc. Only Entrematic-trained technicians should be allowed to carry out these operations. Save these instructions.

    2.2 Electronic equipment reception interference

    This equipment may generate and use radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, it may cause interfer- ence to radio, television reception or other radio frequency type systems. It has been designed to comply with the emission limits in accordance with E� 61000-6-3 (US market FCC 47 CFR part 15 B), which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation.

    However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

    • Re-orient the receiving antenna. • Relocate the receiver with respect to the equipment. • Move the receiver away from the equipment. • Plug the receiver into a different outlet so that equipment and receiver are on different branch

    circuits. • Check that protective earth (PE) is connected.

    If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced electronic technician for addi- tional suggestions.

    Please act according to your local regulations and dispose of your old product(s) and packaging properly. The correct disposal will help prevent potential negative consequences for the envir- onment and human health.

    Entrematic products are equipped with electronics and may also be equipped with batteries containing materials which are hazardous to the environment. Remove this material from the operator before it is scrapped and make sure that it is disposed of safely as was done with the packaging.

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  • 3 Introduction

    This manual contains the necessary details and instructions for the installation, maintenance and service of the Sliding Door Operator Entrematic EMSL T.

    The Entrematic EMSL T is designed to be surface-mounted to the wall or beam. It is easy to install for both new construction and retrofit application, and it can be adapted to a wide range of door requirements.

    A Entrematic EMSL T operator ensures all-around safety. It can be combined with the full range of Besam safety units, such as presence and motion sensors.

    Each installation is, however, unique and must therefore be equipped and adjusted for the ap- plication-relevant safety requirements, just like maintenance must be performed as specified for the selected product in a given environment.

    1006278-EMEI-2.0Issue 2011-01-136

    3 Introduction

  • 4 Design and function description

    Design The sliding door operator Entrema