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  • 1. ASSEMBLING ANDR E G U L AT I O NINSTRUCTIONS FOR AYTOMATIC DOORS ACMACO Rev.: 09.2004
  • 2. CABIN DOORSACMACO Rev.: 09.2004
  • 3. INDEXPARTS DESCRIPTION ..............................................................................................................39SITUATION OF THE OPERATOR IN THE CABIN .........................................................................39ADJUSTMENT OF CLEAR OPENING IN CENTRE PARTING DOORS .............................................40ADJUSTMENT OF CLEAR OPENING IN SIDE OPENING DOORS ..................................................40INSTALLATION OF GUIDE SHOES AND HANGERS ....................................................................41ADJUSTMENT OF PANELS .......................................................................................................41ADJUSTMENT OF WHEELS ......................................................................................................42LANDING DOOR COUPLING .....................................................................................................42CORRECT ADJUSTMENT BETWEEN CLAMP AND RETAINER ......................................................43LOCKING DEVICE....................................................................................................................43ELEMENTS SITUATION ...........................................................................................................44VVVF-4+ MODULE PROGRAMMING ................................................................................................................46 INPUTS ............................................................................................................................47 PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES ..............................................................................................51 CHARACTERISTICS PAGE ..................................................................................................52 APENDIX I ........................................................................................................................53 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ........................................................................................5638 CABIN DOORS
  • 4. PARTS DESCRIPTIONCentral Cabin Door Side Cabin Door 1 1 2 2 3 1 - Fixation bracket 2 - Operator 3 3 - Plate 4 - Panels 5 - Tread 4 4 6 - Tread support 7 - Toe guard 5 5 6 7 7 6 SITUATION OF THE OPERATOR IN THE CABIN1º Place the brackets in the guide tracks situated in the cabinroof.2º Place the operator 220mm. higher than the clear height of thecabin (fig. 1).3º Tighten the operator to the brackets (fig. 2).4º Let 30mm. between the front part of the cabin and the outside 20 +2of the operator regulated with the brackets (fig. 3). HL 22 0 fig. 15º Fix the brackets in the guide tracks. HL HL + 220 fig. 2 fig. 3CABIN DOORS 39
  • 5. ADJUSTMENT OF CO. IN CENTRE PARTING DOORSSlow plates:1º Place the slow plates at the operator extremes.2º Check that distance between them is X.(fig.1)3º Tighten the air cord clamps (fig. 2).Fast plates:1º Place the fast plates in flush = position with the slow plates.2º Tighten the air cord clamps (fig. 2). 0 ±1 X* fig. 2 =* X = CO + 45mm ( In case of fire protected Adjust the opening of the door by thepanels) slots of the top of the hanger plates. *X = CO + 30mm ( In case of non fire protectedpanels) fig. 1 ADJUSTMENT OF CO. IN SIDE OPENING DOORS1º Place the flush plates in open position.2º Check that between the extreme plate andthe end of opening there is a distance of CO +15mm., as shown fig. 1. Use the slots of thetop plate for adjusting the door (see figure 1).3º Once the fast plate is in the flushposition with the slow plate, fix the 25syncronization cord (fig. 2). r top ±3 0 be ub in g r + 15 n pe PL do En fig. 1 fig. 240 CABIN DOORS
  • 6. INSTALATION OF GUIDE SHOES AND HANGERSGuide shoes (fig. 1) and hangers (fig. 2) installation in panelprocedure. Plate Track Guide Shoe Hanger Tread Panel Panel ADJUSTEMENT OF PANELSThe following procedure is the same for any type of cabin door (Centralor side opening).1º Once the panels are placed intotheir corresponding plates, slide themthrough the side they open till they are CABINraised with the frames. FLOOR2º Tighen the nuts that hold the plateswith the hangers (fig. 1).3º Straigthen the panels with the helpof the hanger nuts until the panel isparallel to the post (fig. 1) Check thatbetween tread, between panel andpanel, and between panel and post itexist a distance of 5mm. (fig. 2). fig. 1 fig. 2Alignment of panels:The panels should slide smoothly in the tread. If for any reason the panels donot slide smoothly, follow these instructions:1º Disassemble the inferior guides.2º Straigthen the panels to remain parallel to the tread.3º Assemble the guides. INCORRECT Straighten the panelsCABIN DOORS 41
  • 7. ADJUSTMENT OF WHEELS1º The adjustment will be made by the inferior wheels (eccentric), rotating the shaft we can adjust theforce done to the track.2º This adjustment may be done with an allen wrench of 5 mm. and the flat key. An excessive tighteningcould stop the panel. Detail fig. 1 Concentric Eccentricity: 2,5mm. Eccentric Wheels are adjusted in factory, only should be regulated in case of bad functioning. fig 1 LANDING DOOR COUPLINGThe cabin door includes themoving skate that does theopening of the landing door.When the cabin door is closed,the moving skate remainsclosed, so that while the cabinis moving it does not work withthe landing locks (fig.1).Before the opening manoeuvre,the moving skate opens andunlocks the landing lock so thatit can start the opening andclosing of the landing door.In the closing cycle, themovements will be other wayround, moving the skate whileclosing, and closing the skateto free the landing lock, so thatthe landing door will be readyto close and the cabin free tomove. Close Position Open Position fig. 1 fig. 2The correct position of the skateis centred in relation with therollers of the landing lock. 42 CABIN DOORS
  • 8. CORRECT ADJUSTMENT BETWEEN CLAMP AND RETAINEROnce the skate is placed (145mm between the end of the plate and the shaft of the skate), in lockedposition, adjust the clamp-retainer set by the slots (8 x 25) of the support with a gap of 0,5 mm. in thehorizontal and vertical shaft. CENTRAL CABIN DOOR SIDE OPENING CABIN DOOR * Doors 4 panels between CO 600 until CO 915 the measure is 100mm. * * LOCKING DEVICE SIDE OPENING CABIN Figure A1 and B1 DOORS LOCKING DEVICE correspond to a lock set and figures A2 and B2 show an open position. CENTRAL CABIN 10 DOORS LOCKING DEVICE Landing cam Movement Bushing 10 fig. A2 fig. A1 fig. B2 ContactIn these drawings we can notice the correct situation of Beakthe locking mechanism parts.1º Locked position, between landing cam andmovement bushing should be 10mm. to allow the Bridgecabin fit (fig. A1 and B1).2º Check when cabin is in the floor the locking deviceand cam work allowing a correctly opening of the door fig. B1(fig. A2 y B2).CABIN DOORS 43
  • 9. ELEMENTS SITUATIOND - Distance between treads = 30mm 20 (B) 10 (C) 20 (A) 30 (D) 30 (D)44 CABIN DOORS
  • 10. TECHNICAL MANUAL AND ELECTRONICAL MODULE REGULATION VVVF-4+CABIN DOORS 45
  • 11. PROGRAMMINGDESCRIPTION OF SWITCHESThe unit may be programmed using the DIL switches on the front of the unit. If 1 2 3 4any change is made to any of the above switch selections, the Mains Supply to the O NVVVF-4+ unit MUST be switched OFF and ON again to read the new programming. O FThe switches functions are: F• 1.- 1 & 2 Inputs. ON: 1 Input. The door control unit will be controlled by a single input. Any voltage between 12 to 250 volts AC or DC applied between terminals 8 & 10 will open the doors. Without input active the door remains opened. When it activates the door close. Open input is not used. OFF: 2 Inputs. The door control module will be controlled by two independent inputs. Any voltage between 12 to 250 volts AC or DC applied between terminals 8 & 10 will cause the doors to close. And between terminals 12 & 10 will cause the doors to open. In the absence of a signal, the doors will remain static. If both inputs are applied then the open signal has priority. 1 Inputs: 2 Inputs: Close Without voltage 0 V Close OPEN Voltage 12...250V, With voltage 12...250 V, CLOSE CLOSE Voltage 12...250V, OPEN Open Open • 2.- Automatic / Semiautomatic. ON: Automatic. Operators with skate (automatic landing). In this case a special movement is made for loocking and unlocking the skate OFF: Semiautomatic. Operators without skate (Semiautomatic landing door). • 3.- Rotation sense. ON: The control unit is expecting to control left hand or centre opening doors. OFF: The control unit is expecting to control right hand opening doors. Special Note: The sense is defined from the outside of the car, refering to the direction taken when the door is opening. • 4.- Master and Slave. ON: Master. The door control unit will execute instructions directly. Example: operation of the Photoelectric Detector will cause the doors to re-open immediately under control of the door control unit. OFF: Slave. There is no automatic reopen movements. The doors will only react to instruction given by the main lift controller by the inputs. Example: operation of the Safety Edge Detector will cause the door operato module to give a signal to the main lift controller via the PHOTOCELL (36, 37, 38) output. The main lift controller then must remove the close signal and put the open signal.46 CABIN DOORS
  • 12. INPUTSPOWER INPUTS 220-250 VOLTS SINGLE PHASE AC (5, 6, 7)The circuit has been designed to operate on a mains supply of F 7230 Volts AC (+10%,-15%, 50 or 60 Hz). The unit will consume 220 Vapprox 1 Amp from the supply. 6It is important that the Door Operator Module has a GOOD EARTH N 5CONNECTION.In the case of using the new External Emergency PassengerRelease System the connection of the power from the Fig. 3. Power input connections. (5, 6, 7).main supply ( 230V) is done directly on the unit(3 NEUTRAL - 2 GROUNDING - 3 PHASE). From there onwards through the interconnection between of the 2 boxes ( VVVF4 5 - 6 - 7 & EmergencyUnit 7 - 6 -5 ) the power is trasmitted to VVVF.CONTROL INPUTS (8, 9, 10, 11, 12)The circuit can work with external voltage inputs or by means a volt free contact input. EXTERNAL VOLTAGE INPUT: VOLT FREE CONTACT INPUT: Open Open 12 OPEN Voltage 12...250 V, 0 V 11 OPEN Com 10 Voltage 12...250 V, 12 V 9 Close CLOSE Close 8 CLOSE • 12.- Opening Signal. Is an isolated signal with an impedance of 20 kOmh and a sensibility from 12 to 250V. used for ordering the door. If we use the control with only one input, it will be closing signal and door will open. • 11.- 0 Volts. Is the opposite pole to 12V, in the case of using internal tension should be connected by a common input. • 10.- Common. Is the reference used for the two inputs. • 9.- 12 Volt. Isolated 12 Volts output available to control the door via a volt free contact. Features are: a) This supply must only be used for this purpose. b) This contact must be isolated from any other power supply. • 8.- Close signal. It has the same characteristics as V- 16the open signal.SERIAL PORT (13, 14, 15, 16) Rx 15The serial port is used to connect with external Tx 14devices like the diagnostic console, interfaces and V+ 13future expansion devices. Operating speed 1.200Baud, current loop. Fig. 5. Serial Port connection. (13, 14, 15, 16).CABIN DOORS 47
  • 13. INPUTSPHOTOCELL (17, 18, 19, 20)One of the most relevant characteristics of this control is the optional incorporation of a photocell. It iscomposed by a emitter and receptor infrared. (+) White Receiver Yellow (-) Black PHOTOCELL (-) Black Green (+) White Emiter Fig. 6. Connection of the photoelectric detector. (17, 18, 19, 20).OTHER INPUTS (26, 21, 25, 23) LANDING SIGNAL 26 REOPENING 21 SLOW CLOSING 25 + 12 V COM 23 Fig. 8. Connection of other Inputs. (26, 21, 25, 23). • 26. Landing signal. This input is for connecting the external emergency current supplier that allows the opening manouvre in the case of power failure by a battery of 12V, able to give power during 15 seconds for a passengers rescue. • 21. Reopening. This signal is for installing the cabin door swich or an external barrier. This signal has priority to the closing signal. Use contacts free on tension. For activating close one contact with the main supply +12V. (23). • 25. Slow Closing. This input orders to the operator to close the door slowly regardless of the barrier and control signs. Is created for working with detection of fire centres. • 23. + 12 V. COM This terminal is used for giving with an isolated contact a reopening order or a slow closing. Always use contacts free of tension and usually open.48 CABIN DOORS
  • 14. EMERGENCY SUPPLY INPUTS (66 - 67 - 28 -29) AND INTERCONNECTION WITH VVVFThe KLEFER VVVF can be connected with an optional External Emergency Passenger ReleaseSystem powered by a 12V battery. In the case of Power Failure the battery provides sufficient powerto release trapped passengers.The Door opening manouevre is controlled by a free voltage contact, applied between terminals 66 &67.SPECIAL ATTENTION SHOULD BE PAID TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS:The connection of the power from the main supply (230V) is done directly on the Unit. 3-Neutral – 2Grounding – 1 Phase. Form there onwards through the interconnection of the two boxes (VVVF4 5-6-7& Emergency Unit 7-6-5), the power is transmitted to the VVVF4. On the connections 66 & 67 of theEmergency Unit connect the magnetic Normally Open Switch (NA), which through the assistance of amagnetic belt closes the circuit.Special attention should be paid to the connection of the battery. On connector 28 of the EmergencyUnit connect the negative pole and on connector 29 the positive. In any other case the 20A fuse willbe burned. The Battery automatically recharges itself, once its capacity drops below 70%, and maytake up to 48 hours. The situation of the battery is indicated through a led on the Emergency Unitshowing the following three different statuses.Status 1.When the led is on it means that battery is charging. If this lasts for more than 48 hours the battery isdefective and should be replaced (2Ah and above).Status 2.When the led is flashing everything is operating properly.Status 3.When the led is flashing every 15 seconds a cut in electricity has occurred.CABIN DOORS 49
  • 15. INPUTSOUTPUT RELAYS AND LED INDICATORS (from 30 to 41)Output relays have been provided to give continuous information to the main lift controller concerningthe status of the doors. One 2 Amp 150 Volts volt free change over contact is provided on each relay thatmay be used by the main lift controller to pilot such information as «doors fully opened», «doors fullyclosed», «Photoelectric detection», «obstruction in the doorway» and «door control O.K.». • Opened. 30. Led indicator and relay activated when the doors 31. OPENED 32.are fully open. • Closed. 33. Led indicator and relay activated when the doors 34.are fully closed and locked. CLOSED 35. • Photocell. Led indicator and relay activated when thephotocell or the reopening input is operated. PHOTOCELL • Obstruction. Led indicator and relay activated when anobstacle is detected that stops the doors fromclosing. The signal will reset when the doors reachthe opened or closed position. OBSTRUCTION • Status. Blinking led indicating proper working conditions.TEST PUSHBUTTON (50)Operation of the Test pushbutton will cause a door open or close cycle.AUTOADJUSTMENT PUSHBUTTON (51)The Autoadjustment pushbutton is used to set up the doors. The doors will do 3 complete movementsat fi rst the doors will close completly, then the doors will open slowly counting the pulses from theencoder built into the drive motor until they reach the open mechanical stop, and after a short delaythe doors will close. From the information gained the microprocessor will calculate the acceleration anddeceleration ramps and the bracking torque required to give the optimum control of the doors. Once theautoadjustment has been completed the parameter are stored in non- volatile EEPROM and will be usedto calculate the optimum performance. The doors will open slowly for the fi rst operation after power hasbeen removed from the door control unit. Autoadjustment only needs to be used when setting the initialparameters or when changes such as connecting or removing the Fermator Safety Detector are made.For Advanced Start Up Protocol & Autoadjustment of the VVVF (INVERTER) see Appendix ICLOSE SPEED (52)The door closing speed can be independently adjusted from 150 mm/s upto 600 mm/s.OPEN SPEED (53)The door opening speed can be independently adjusted from 200 mm/s upto 1.000 mm/s.SAFETY (54)This potentiometer is used to set the closing pressure onto an obstacle in the doorway. The closingpressure can be set between 40 and 150 Nw.ENCODER (55)An integral quadrature pulse encoder is connected to this input. The purpose of the encoder, which issituated inside the motor, is to inform the control of the exact position and speed of doors.MOTOR (56)Output to the 3 phase motor varying the voltage and frequency to control speed and torque.50 CABIN DOORS
  • 16. INPUTSON / OFF SWITCH (57)Disconnects the unit from the 230 Volts AC mains supply.Caution: When the supply is switched off, capacitors in the control system will remain charged for a short time. Allow 60 seconds before handling the Control Card or Motor. PROGRAMMING EXAMPLESMASTER: 1 INPUT • Configuration 1 2 3 4 1. ON: 1 Input.O 2. Depends on type of door.N 3. Depends on type of door. O F 4. ON: Master. F • Inputs 1. (8) Close. Closes the doors with voltage between terminals 8 & 10. Open the doors when the voltage between terminals 8 & 10 is removed. 2. (17...20) Photocell. Doors will reopen if the photocell beam is broken. 3. (21-23) Reopening. Doors will not close if this signal is active. 4. Obstacle. Door will open if an obstacle is detected by the motor ceasing to rotate. 5. (25-23) Slow Closing. Closes regardless of the state of the photocell. • Priorities 1.(21-23) Reopening. 2. Obstacle. 3.(25-23) Slow Closing. 4.(17...20) Photocell. 5.(8) Close.SLAVE: 2 INPUTS • Configuration 1. OFF: 2 Inputs. 1 2 3 4 2. Depends on type door.O 3. Depends on type door.N O 4. OFF: Eslave. F F • Inputs 1. (8) Close. Closes the doors with voltage between terminals 8 & 10. 2. (12) Open. Open the doors with voltage between terminals 12 & 10. Pryority to close. 3. (17...20) Photocell. Does not re-open the doors when activated but provides signal to main controller via the Photocell relay. 4. (21-23) Reopening. Doors will not close if this signal is active 5. Obstacle. Doors will not re-open if an obstacle is detected by the motor ceasing to rotate. 6. (25-23) Slow Closing. Closes regardless of the state of the photocell. • Priorities 1. (12) Open. 2. (21-23) Reopening. 3. (25-23) Slow Closing. 4. (8) Close.CABIN DOORS 51
  • 17. CHARACTERISTICS PAGEPOWER SUPPLY: • AC voltage range: 230v +10%, -15%. AC/DC • Frequency supply: 50...60 Hz. • Minimum supply: 70 mA, 13W. • Open door power: 0,6 A 80W. • Nominal power: 0,93 A 140W. • Maximum power: 1,38 A 190W.INVERTER: • Carrier frequency: 16 KHz. • Frequency range: 0,5...100 Hz. • Voltage range: 40...200 V AC III • Maximum output current: 4A • Positional control: Quadrature encoder.MOTOR: • Asynchronous three phase: 6 poles. • Voltage supply: 250 V. • Power: 250 W. • Thermic class: B-130°C. • Nominal speed: 900 RPM.INPUTS: • Impedance: 20 KOhm. • Voltage: 12...230 V AC / DC.OUTPUTS: • Contacts: Switched. • R. contact: 50 mW. • Swich time: 5 ms. • Output current: Máximum: 5A • Voltage: 250 VPRESTACIONES: • Open Speed: 200...1000 mm/s. • Close speed: 150...600 mm/s. • Maximum acceleration: 800...1500 mm/s. • Safety force: 40...150 N adjustable. • Maintenance torque (Opened Door): 80 N/ cm.52 CABIN DOORS
  • 18. APPENDIX ISTART UP PROTOCOL & AUTOADJUSTMENT OF THE VVVF (INVERTER)1. Put the cabin between floors, in order to make adjustments separately from landing doors.2. Put the door middle opened , after switching off the unit (switch 57)3. Disconnect the signals coming from the main controller (8,9,10,11,12 and 21,23,25).4. Programm in 2 INPUTS and MASTER (Microswitches 1 in OFF and 4 in ON) independently to howyou will program the doors afterwards . Microswitches 2 and 3 according to the kind of door. (Right- Left – Central sense and semiautomatic or automatic landing door).5. Adjust the 3 potentiometers (52,53,54) in maximum , in order to overcome little mechanicaldisorders.6. Switch on the unit by means the main switch (57).7. The door must remain stopped. If the door moves check the micro switch 1 in OFF position.8. Press the AUTO ADJUSTMENT button (51) to make an auto adjustment cycle.A) The door should close.- In case it opens you should check the micro switch 3 and if it is correct then any motor phases isinverted and it will have to interchange 2 of them and make the auto adjustment again.-If the door doesn`t move, check the motor wires and the motor connector (56).-If the door stops before closing completely, the information from the encoder is not correct.-Check the encoder (55) and try the auto adjustment again.-If the door stops in the locking skate movement , check manually if the locking and de-locking skatemovement is made easily and completely.(See the Mounting cabin doors instructions).-If the door doesn`t close completely disconnect the VVVF and check if there is any mechanical obstruc-tion.B) Once the door is fully closed it will activate the CLOSE led and after a few seconds will open slowly andthe led will be deactivated.The door should open slowly until the mechanical rubber stopper.-If it only opens 26cm, the encoder information doesn`t arrive to the VVVF. Check the connections orchange the encoder or the wire if they are damaged.-If it doesn`t open completely, check the mechanical because the motor torque is enough to drag anykind of door (Check the wheels, the leaves, e.t.c.)C) The door will close again without hitting.-If the door doesn`t close, one encoder phase fails. Verify the wire and the encoder.-If the door stops for some seconds before the close movement there is too much mechanical frictiondetected by the system. The system will work, but the door operator should be checked mechanically.-If the door closes hitting , check the microswitch No.2 (type of landing door).At this point by pressing TEST button the door will make a closing or opening movement. It should openand close without hitting with the standard movements pre-programmed. So now it is the time to adjustthe speeds (52 and 53).D) Be sure that the 3 movements (CLOSE-OPEN-CLOSE) are well completed when running the autoadjustmentfunction. Check all the functions : obstruction, photocell, the inputs, open/close movements, etc.E) If the VVVF control works correctly, we can switch off the circuit and program according to your require-ments and connect the input signals from the manoeuvre lift control.CABIN DOORS 53
  • 19. APPENDIX IPOSSIBLE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS.The door doesn`t answer to the test or auto-adjustment buttons.-Switch OFF (57) and try again.The door only closes 35cm.-This is the clear entrance of any controller that has never been adjusted. Therefore an auto adjust-ment is required.The door opens but doesn`t close.-Check if the photocell LED is activated.-Check if the close signal arrives to the system using a multimeter or the console.-Check if the re-opening signal is activated.-Check that there is no stray voltage in the open signal.The door re-opens by itself.-Check the sensibility of the re – opening (# 54) Safety regulation potentiometer.-Check that the photocell is not activated.-Check that there is no mechanical obstruction on the door.-In case of having the same problem, disconnect the photocell and try again with the TEST button,and if the door doesn`t open totally there must be a mechanical obstruction on the door.The photocell is activated intermittently.-Check the ``grounding`` connection (#6).-Check the correct plugs connection.-Remove the photocell wiring from any place where there are ``electric noises`` such as motors, su-pplies wiring, etc. If you can use a console, please check the stability of the signal.-Do not extend the wires especially the reception one (green colour).-Take in mind that in master mode the system recognizes automatically the photocell detector aftermaking a complete open – close cycle with the beam free controlled by the input signals.The door doesn`t reach the fully open position.-The mechanical adjustment of the door is not correct, as the motor of the door operator has alwaysenough power to open in normal circumstances.The door reopens when the skate is closing.-Check the regulation of the skate, because probably the locking system of the skate is not well ad-justed and the door has a mechanical friction, and consequently the door reopens and the obstructionLED lights.The door hits when it opens.-Check that the skate un-locking is well fixed before the door starts to open. In case the skate is notfully fixed you should check the skate adjustment because it is probably too hard.The ``ON`` LED is activated and the door doesn`t obey to the signals.-There has been an obstruction at opening and then the door enters into an ``out of order stage``during 15 seconds.-There is a continuous obstruction and the lift controller has not changed the close signal by the opensignal in slave mode.-There has been a short circuit in the output of the motor, and the system will be deactivated during3 seconds.54 CABIN DOORS
  • 20. APPENDIX IThe door hits when is fully opened, the ``open`` LED is not activated and the system gets out of order.-Check the tension of the toothed belt, because probably it is not correctly adjusted and it slips onthe pulley of the motor and consequently the encoder is sending a wrong information.The system gets power but doesn`t work and the led ON is off.-Check if the external fuse is burned and change it for another of the same type (250V, 4A ceramicfast speed).The LEDS are working but the door doesn`t move.-The power module (and the internal fuse related) is blown and the controller must be sent back tobe repaired. Do not try to change it by yourself as it could give an electric shock and damage morecomponents.The motor is moving intermittently.-Check the wiring connections or if a phase of the motor is falling.The door opens less centimeters in each movement and the opened led is activated, but the door is notreally opened.-If the motor box protection has been de-mounted, be sure that the encoder wire is free inside thebox. May be the wire is pressed between the motor and a plastic nerve and the encoder informationdoes not arrive properly to the VVVF.How to check the correct direction of rotation of the motor.-Disconnect the input signals from the controller, the encoder wires and program the switch 1 in ONposition. (Only mains supply and motor connected). Switch on the circuit.If the door starts to open, then the turning sense is correct, but if the door starts to close, inter-change two motor phases.-Connect the encoder wire and the system inputs.How to check the encoder-If the door opens 26 cm only , the encoder iformation doesn’t arrive to the VVVF . Check the con-nections or the wires if they are damaged or change the encoder .-If during the start up , the door opens completely (after closing) , it remains opened , althoughthe CLOSED led is activated , a phase of the encoder is failing and we have to interchange the twocentral wires . Even if after the above the door doesn’t work properly , change the encoder .CABIN DOORS 55
  • 21. ATENTION: Any type of modification not reflexed in this manual, before testing it should be notified to our Technical Department. TECNOLAMA declines all responsability in the case of damages produced in the operator and installation, if the instructions given have not been followed. TECNOLAMA reserves the rights to modify the products specifi cations of this technical brochure without any previous advise. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Tecnolama, S.A. Ctra. Constantí Km. 3 43206 REUS (España) Herewith declares that the products mentioned below conform with the following E.U. council directives: E.U. council directive of electromagnetic compatibility and immunity 89/336-CEE, conform with Norms EN12015 and EN12016, about lift doors: VVVF-4+ Electronical Module (EMI-368-C) E.U. council directive of electromagnetic compatibility and immunity 89/336-CEE, conform with Norms EN12015 and EN12016, about lift doors: Manoeuvre system for lift doors 40/10 mechanical model (EMI-370) Tecnolama S.A., 2004 Josep Vilà Gomis AdministratorTecnolama S.A.Ctra. Constantí, Km 3 - 43206 REUS (Spain) - Tel. +34 977 774 065 - Fax +34 977 771 615http://www.fermator.com e-mail:comercial@fermator.com
  • 22. LANDING DOORS Rev.: 09.2004
  • 23. INDEXPARTS DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................. 59FRAMES ASSEMBLING ........................................................................................................... 60ASSEMBLING OF MECHANISM AND TREAD ............................................................................. 61FIXING FRAMES TO WALL ....................................................................................................... 62HANGERS AND GUIDE SHOES INSTALLATION ......................................................................... 63DOOR RELEASE LOCK ASSEMBLING ....................................................................................... 63ADJUSTMENT OF PANELS ....................................................................................................... 64ADJUSTMENT OF WHEELS ...................................................................................................... 65LOCKING DEVICE.................................................................................................................... 65DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .............................................................................................. 6858 ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS
  • 24. PARTS DESCRIPTION Central Cabin Door 1 2 3 7 4 Telescopic Cabin Door 1 5 2 6 3 4 71 - Header2 - Mechanism3 - Plate4 - Frames 55 - Panels 66 - Tread and tread support7 - Fixing bracketASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS 59
  • 25. FRAMES ASSEMBLING When the frame is assembled, before completely A r tightening, check de al a that the diagonal on He g measurements (A Dia and B) are equal. Dia gon al B Right Frame M8 x 16 (DIN-933) Left Frame M8 x 16 (DIN-933)60 ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS
  • 26. ASSEMBLING OF MECHANISM AND TREAD M8x16 DIN-933 Lowered head screw M8 x 30 S) L ME NA A I O FR PT N O EE W BET L IL (S M8x16 DIN-933ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS 61
  • 27. FIXING FRAMES TO WALL Detail A Detail A Optional Detail B Detail B62 ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS
  • 28. HANGERS AND GUIDE SHOES INSTALLATION Installation procedure of the upper hangers (figure 1) and lower guide shoes (figure 2) in the panel.PlateGuide Guide Shoe Hanger Tread Panel Panel DOOR RELEASE LOOK ASSEMBLINGAssembling procedure of the door release lockfor telescopic left and central opening 2 panels(figure 1), and telescopic right opening 2 panelsand central opening 4,6,8 panels (figure 2). fig. 1 fig. 2 Telescopic left and central Telescopic right opening 2 opening 2 panels. panels and central opening 4, 6 and 8 panels.ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS 63
  • 29. ADJUSTMENT OF PANELS1º Place the panels centered to their platesleaving a gap of 15mm between the extreme ofthe panel and the plate. Tighten the nuts thatjoin the plates with the suspensions (fig. 1).2º Slide the panels until they are raised with theframe and fix the air cord clamp (fig. 2).3º Slightly straighten the panels by the upperand lower suspension nuts until the panel iscompletely parallel to the post (fig. 2).4º Check that between tread, between panel andpanel and between panel and frame it exist adistance of 5mm. (fig. 3). fig. 1 5 5 fig. 3 R EA G CL ENIN fig. 2 OP Once the panels are adjusted, there must be an overlap of 5 mm between a panel and the paraflame angle of the other panel, as shown in the following drawing.64 ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS
  • 30. ADJUSTMENT OF WHEELS1º The adjustment will be made bythe inferior (eccentric) wheels, byrotating the shaft you can adjustthe gap that should be betweenthe guide and wheel. Concentric2º Adjustment may be done with anallen and flat wrench. An excessivetightening could stop the door3º The correct adjustment is whenwheel touches the guide without Eccentricstoping it. Wheels are adjusted in factory, only should be regulated in case of bad functioning Eccentricity: 2,5mm. LOCKING DEVICELOCK BEAK WITH ELECTRICAL CONTACT ADJUSTMENT*:1º Using the two screws at A, adjust the lock beak until the centre of the pivot pin is 100mm. from the leading edge of the hanger. When the hanged plate touches the rubber stop 1, adjust the contact support plate until there is 1mm. between the lock beak and the contact support plate when the lock is fully engaged. (fig. 1, 2 and 3)2º Fit the rubber stop A2 in the beak support and adjust so that the beak remains in the horizontal position (fig. 4).3º Then adjust rubber stop B2 leaving sufficient clearance for the beak to clear the lock when the door is opening (fig. 4).ROLLER MOUNTING WITH SKATE ADJUSTMENT*:1º Place the centre line of the lock roller wheels to 145mm from the plate extreme by screws B As shown fig. 6.2º Check that cabin skate is centered between the rollers of the lock beak (fig. 5 and 7).* See situation of elements in page 66 and 67.ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS 65
  • 31. LANDING DOOR LOCKERContact Electric ContactSupport 1 mm AC 230v 1A - DC 200v 1A 7mm.* Pivot pinLockBeakRubber Stop(2) ROLLER 100 MOUNTING 3 x 8 DIN 1481 PLATERubber Stop (1) M8 (A): Lock Mounting Adjustments*Minimum distance before fig.1placing electrical contact. Contact Support7 * Electrical Bridge Lock Beak 1 fig.2 fig.3 Screws M6 (B): Lock Roller Adjustment Α2 10 B2 fig.4 fig.566 ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS
  • 32. LANDING DOOR LOCKER . *Doors 4 panels between CO 600 until m m = CO 915 the measure is 100mm. 1 45 = * Screws M6 (B): Lock Roller Adjustment fig.6 . m m 73MAINTENANCE1º Check that the landing doors are fullyclosed and can only be opened using theemergency key.2º Check to ensure that the spring closerfully closes the doors. fig.73º Check the information on the identitylabel (corresponds to the certificateorganism for security components and CElabel for security components), which mustbe visible from the back door.4º Check that the electrical contactoperates and is correctly installed. If any fault is detected in the look or electrical5º Check that the male contact at the contacts, the defective components orelectric bridge enters to electrical contact complete unit must be replaced.correctly.ASSEMBLING OF LANDING DOORS 67
  • 33. ATENTION: Any type of modification not reflexed in this manual, before testing it should be notifiedto our Technical Department. Tecnolama declines all responsibility in the case of damages producedin the operator and installation, if the instructions given have not been followed.TECNOLAMA reserves the rights to modify the products specifications of this technical brochurewithout any previous advise. Declaration of Conformity Tecnolama, S.A. Ctra. Constantí Km. 3 43206 REUS (España)Herewith declares that the products mentioned below conform with the following E.U. council directives: E.U. council directive 95/16/EC, Norms EN81.1/98 and EN81.2/98: Locking device for Landing doors (model 210/10/40) ENTIDAD DE CERTIFICACIÓN Y ASEGURAMIENTO, S.A. C/ Terré, 11 - 19 - Edificio Derecho 08017 - Barcelona (Barcelona) Locking device for Landing doors (model TÜV 40/10) Locking device for Landing doors (model TÜV 50/11) TÜV BAU UND BETRIEB Gottlieb-Daimler-Str. 7 D-70794 Filderstadt Tecnolama S.A., 2004 Josep Vilà Gomis AdministratorTecnolama S.A.Ctra. Constantí, Km 3 - 43206 REUS (Spain) - Tel. +34 977 774 065 - Fax +34 977 771 615http://www.fermator.com e-mail:comercial@fermator.com
  • 34. PUERTA CABINA CENTRAL 2 HOJAS, VVVF 2 PANEL CENTRE PARTING CAR DOOR, VVVF A PARTIR DE PL 1200, PUERTA DE CABINA CON DOS MOTORES C FROM A CO 1200, CABIN DOOR WITH TWO MOTORS = PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO = OPERADOR = O / OPERATOR = O 1/2 PL + 500 220 54 160 225 250 ALTURA DE LAS HOJAS DESDE LA PISADERA = 2110 / PANEL HEIGHT FROM FLUSH SILL = 2110 ALTURA MÁXIMA DE CABINA = 2470 / MAXIMUM TOTAL HEIGHT = 2470 ALTURA STANDARD DE LAS HOJAS = 2105 / STANDARD PANEL HEIGHT = 2105 BASE OPERADOR = 2220 / OPERATOR BASE = 2220 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 2470 E 5 DETALLE PISADERA LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 FLUSH SILL AND 5 49 TRACK DETAIL = = = 125 DISTANCIA MÁXIMA ENTRE APOYOS = A 75 = MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN SUPPORTS = A SUELO DE CABINA 5 = 1/2 PL 1/2 PL = CAR FLOOR 30 F x 50 225 F x 50 12x60 275 150 100 54 80 750 70 54 30 120 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 120 60º = LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 = PUERTA DE RELLANO = 2 PL + 100 / LANDING DOOR = 2 CO + 100 54 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 A 1150 1200 1350 1400 1450 1500 1550 1650 1750 2150 2250 2350 2450 2550 2650 2750 2850 2950 C 1250 1350 1450 1550 1650 1750 1850 2050 2250 2450 2650 2850 3050 3250 3450 3650 3850 4050 O 1200 1250 1400 1450 1500 1550 1600 1700 1800 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 3000 E 320 345 370 395 420 445 470 520 570 620 670 720 770 820 870 920 970 1020 F 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 TIEMPO / TIME 1,22s. 1,27s. 1,32s. 1,37s. 1,41s. 1,45s. 1,5s. 1,58s. 1,66s. 1,73s. 1,8s. 1,87s. 1,94s. 2s. 2,06s. 2,12s. 2,18s. 2,24s. PESO / WEIGHT 52,5 57 61,5 66 70 74,5 79 87,5 96,5 105 114 122,5 131,5 140 149 157,5 166,5 175PC.C2 1.1
  • 35. PUERTA RELLANO CENTRAL 2 HOJAS, 40/10 2 PANEL CENTRE PARTING LANDING DOOR, 40/10 C 54 70 = PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO = 115 210 275 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2155 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2155 845 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 845 245 60 100 30 270 A A = PL + 120 = 124 LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 DETALLE PISADERA 54 70 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 49 5 2 PL + 100 5 160 PL + 50 30 42 160 70 54 270 120 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 C 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2100 2300 2500 2700 2900 3100 3300 3500 3700 3900 4100 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 303 320 337 303 S 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 T 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 10S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total.S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.1.2 PR.C240SF
  • 36. PUERTA RELLANO CENTRAL 2 HOJAS, 40/10 2 PANEL CENTRE PARTING LANDING DOOR, 40/10 (Puerta con frontis) - (Door with infill panels) C 54 70 100 = PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO = 100 115 210 275 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2155 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2155 845 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 845 245 60 100 30 270 60 A A 60 = PL + 120 = 124 DETALLE PISADERA 54 70 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 49 5 2 PL + 100 = LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 = 5 160 PL + 50 30 42 160 70 54 270 1/2 PL + 50 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 1/2 PL + 50 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 C 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2100 2300 2500 2700 2900 3100 3300 3500 3700 3900 4100 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 303 320 337 303 S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 T 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 10 10S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total.S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.PR.C240CF 1.3
  • 37. PUERTA RELLANO CENTRAL 2 HOJAS, 40/10 DIN 18.091 2 PANEL CENTRE PARTING LANDING DOOR, 40/10 DIN 18.091 C Perno fijación homologado M12 54 70 Homologated wall fixing M12 100 X (<600) Y (<600) Y (<600) X (<600) 100 100 Max. 150 210 330 ALTURA MÁXIMA PERMITIDA SEGÚN NORMATIVA = H / MAXIMUM HEIGHT ALLOWED ACCORDING TO NORM = H 750 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2155 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2155 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 140 30 270 A A 124 60 B (<600) PL + 120 B (<600) 60 DETALLE PISADERA 54 70 LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 49 5 5 2 PL + 100 30 42 160 PL + 50 160 270 70 54 120 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 A (mm) 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 365 384 404 424 B (mm) 290 255 280 305 330 355 380 430 480 530 580 315 340 365 390 415 440 465 X (mm) 250 275 300 325 350 375 400 450 500 550 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 Y (mm) 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 500 550 600 433 467 500 533 567 600 475 500 H 2400 - R 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 S 3 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 9 10 10 10 10 10 12 T 9 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 15 19 20 20 20 20 21 23 Puertas homologadas TÜV (DIN 18091). R : Nº de soportes en mecanismo de rellano. S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total. Doors certified by TÜV (DIN 18091). R : Number of supports for landing mechanism. S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.1.4 PR.C24DSF
  • 38. PUERTA RELLANO CENTRAL 2 HOJAS, 50/11 2 PANEL CENTRE PARTING LANDING DOOR, 50/11 C 54 70 = PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO = 115 55 210 330 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2220 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2220 845 ALTURA TOTAL = 2265 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2265 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 845 245 60 100 30 270 A A = PL + 120 = 124 LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 DETALLE PISADERA 54 70 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 49 5 2 PL + 100 5 160 PL + 50 30 42 160 70 54 270 120 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 C 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2100 2300 2500 2700 2900 3100 3300 3500 3700 3900 4100 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 303 320 337 303 S 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 T 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 10S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total.S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.PR.C250SF 1.5
  • 39. PUERTA RELLANO CENTRAL 2 HOJAS, 50/11 DIN 18.091 2 PANEL CENTRE PARTING LANDING DOOR, 50/11 DIN 18.091 C Perno fijación homologado M12 Homologated wall fixing M12 54 70 100 X (<600) Y (<600) Y (<600) X (<600) 100 100 55 Max. 150 210 330 ALTURA MÁXIMA PERMITIDA SEGÚN NORMATIVA = H / MAXIMUM HEIGHT ALLOWED ACCORDING TO NORM = H 750 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2220 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2220 ALTURA TOTAL = 2265 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2265 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 140 30 270 A A 124 60 B (<600) PL + 120 B (<600) 60 DETALLE PISADERA 54 70 LONGITUD PISADERA = 2 PL + 40 / TREAD LENGHT = 2 CO + 40 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 49 5 5 2 PL + 100 30 42 160 PL + 50 160 270 70 54 120 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 A (mm) 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 365 384 404 424 B (mm) 290 255 280 305 330 355 380 430 480 530 580 315 340 365 390 415 440 465 X (mm) 250 275 300 325 350 375 400 450 500 550 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 Y (mm) 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 500 550 600 433 467 500 533 567 600 475 500 H 3000 - R 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 S 3 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 9 10 10 10 10 10 12 T 9 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 15 19 20 20 20 20 21 23 Puertas homologadas TÜV (DIN 18091). R : Nº de soportes en mecanismo de rellano. S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total. Doors certified by TÜV (DIN 18091). R : Number of supports for landing mechanism. S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.1.6 PR.C25DSF
  • 40. SITUACIÓN DEL PATÍN CON LAS RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE COUPLING ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN SKATE AND LOCK (Puerta de rellano modelo 40/10) - (Landing door model 40/10) ALTURA MÁXIMA DEL OPERADOR = 2470 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2470 PATÍN MÓVIL SKATE2325 RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE LOCK ROLLERS 152220 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 40 100 80 190 30ALTURA STD. DESDE LA PISADERA = 2110PANEL HEIGHT FROM FLUSH SILL = 2110ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA MÍNIMA 0 MINIMUM OPENING PUERTA DE CABINA PUERTA DE RELLANO CAR DOOR LANDING DOOR 10 10 10 OPCIONAL: SUPLEMENTO PISADERA SUELO DE CABINA OPTION: SUPLEMENTARY SILL CAR FLOOR 5 PROFILE BETWEEN FRAMES 54 30 54 70 1.7
  • 41. SITUACIÓN DEL PATÍN CON LAS RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE COUPLING ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN SKATE AND LOCK (Puerta de rellano modelo 50/11) - (Landing door model 50/11) ALTURA MÁXIMA DEL OPERADOR = 2470 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2470 PATÍN MÓVIL SKATE 2325 RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE LOCK ROLLERS ALTURA MECANISMO = 2265 HEIGHT MECHANISM = 2265 2220 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 TOTAL HEIGHT= 2210 40 100 80 190 30 ALTURA STD. DESDE LA PISADERA = 2110 PANEL HEIGHT FROM FLUSH SILL = 2110 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA MÍNIMA 0 MINIMUM OPENING PUERTA DE CABINA PUERTA DE RELLANO CAR DOOR LANDING DOOR 10 10 10 OPCIONAL: SUPLEMENTO PISADERA SUELO DE CABINA OPTION: SUPLEMENTARY SILL CAR FLOOR 5 PROFILE BETWEEN FRAMES 54 30 54 701.8
  • 42. PUERTA CABINA TELESCÓPICA 2 HOJAS, VVVF 2 PANEL SIDE OPENING CAR DOOR, VVVF C A PARTIR DE PL 1400, PUERTA DE CABINA CON DOS MOTORES FROM A CO 1400, CABIN DOOR WITH TWO MOTORS PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 25 160 220 90 PL + 200 90 250 ALTURA DE LAS HOJAS DESDE LA PISADERA = 2110 / PANEL HEIGHT FROM FLUSH SILL = 2110 ALTURA MÁXIMA DE CABINA = 2470 / MAXIMUM TOTAL HEIGHT = 2470 ALTURA STANDARD DE LAS HOJAS = 2105 / STANDARD PANEL HEIGHT = 2105 BASE OPERADOR = 2220 / OPERATOR BASE = 2220 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 2470 APERTURA IZQUIERDA LEFT OPENING E 5 DETALLE PISADERA 5 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 FLUSH SILL AND 5 40 40 TRACK DETAIL 1,5 PL + 50 75 DISTANCIA MÁXIMA ENTRE APOYOS = A 225 SUELO DE CABINA 5 MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN SUPPORTS = A CAR FLOOR F x 50 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 25 30 PL + 200 90 12x60 275 230 15 100 750 80 90 60 90 30 60º 120 PL 120 1,5 PL + 170 90 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 A 650 725 800 875 950 1025 1100 1250 1400 1550 1700 1850 2000 2150 2300 2450 2600 2850 C 950 1025 1100 1175 1250 1325 1400 1550 1700 1850 2000 2150 2300 2450 2600 2750 2900 3050 E 320 345 370 395 420 445 470 520 570 620 670 720 770 820 870 920 970 1020 F 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 10 TIEMPO / TIME 1,56s. 1,62s. 1,68s. 1,74s. 1,8s. 1,85s. 1,91s. 2,01s. 2,11s. 2,2s. 2,3s. 2,4s. 2,5s. 2,6s. 2,7s. 2,8s. 2,9s. 3s. PESO / WEIGHT 52,5 57 61,5 66 70 74,5 79 87,5 96,5 105 114 122,5 131,5 140 149 157,5 166,5 175PC.D2 - PC.I2 4.1
  • 43. PUERTA RELLANO TELESCÓPICA 2 HOJAS, 40/10 2 PANEL SIDE OPENING LANDING DOOR, 40/10 C-50 120 90 60 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 115 210 275 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2155 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2155 845 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA IZQUIERDA LEFT OPENING 845 245 60 100 30 270 A A 150 0,5 PL - 10 PL + 120 60 90 60 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 DETALLE PISADERA 5 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 40 40 5 1,5 PL + 170 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 100 5 160 105 30 42 160 60 90 270 15 120 PL 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 C 950 1025 1100 1175 1250 1325 1400 1550 1700 1850 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 S 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 T 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total. S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.4.2 PR.D240SF - PR.I240SF
  • 44. PUERTA RELLANO TELESCÓPICA 2 HOJAS, 40/10 2 PANEL SIDE OPENING LANDING DOOR, 40/10 (Puerta con frontis) - (Door with infill panels) C-50 120 90 60 50 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 115 210 275 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2155 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2155 845 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA IZQUIERDA LEFT OPENING 845 245 60 100 30 270 60 A A 150 0,5 PL - 140 PL + 120 60 90 60 DETALLE PISADERA 5 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 40 40 5 1,5 PL + 170 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 100 5 160 105 30 42 160 60 90 270 15 1/2 PL + 50 PL 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 C 1000 1075 1150 1225 1300 1375 1450 1600 1750 1900 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 S 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 T 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total. S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.PR.D240CF - PR.I240CF 4.3
  • 45. PUERTA RELLANO TELESCÓPICA 2 HOJAS, 40/10 DIN 18.091 2 PANEL SIDE OPENING LANDING DOOR, 40/10 DIN 18.091 1,5 PL + 100 70 Perno fijación homologado M12 90 60 Homologated wall fixing M12 50 X (<600) Y (<600) Y (<600) 120 100 Max. 150 210 275 ALTURA MÁXIMA PERMITIDA SEGÚN NORMATIVA = H / MAXIMUM HEIGHT ALLOWED ACCORDING TO NORM = H 750 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2155 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2155 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA IZQUIERDA LEFT OPENING 140 30 270 60 B (<600) A (<600) A (<600) 150 B (<300) PL + 120 60 DETALLE PISADERA 90 60 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 40 40 5 1,5 PL + 170 5 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 100 30 42 160 105 160 270 60 90 120 PL 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 B 280 245 270 295 320 345 370 420 470 520 580 315 X 300 325 350 375 400 425 450 500 550 600 325 350 Puertas homologadas por el TÜV (DIN 18091). Y 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 500 550 600 433 466 R: Nº de soportes en mecanismo de rellano. S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. H 2400 T: Nº de soportes total. R 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 Doors certified by TÜV (DIN 18091). S 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 R: Number of supports for landing mechanism. S: Number of supports for sill support. T 8 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 12 14 15 T: Total number of supports.4.4 PR.D24DSF - PR.I24DSF
  • 46. PUERTA RELLANO TELESCÓPICA 2 HOJAS, 50/11 2 PANEL SIDE OPENING LANDING DOOR, 50/11 C-50 120 90 60 PASO LIBRE = PL / CLEAR OPENING = CO 115 55 210 330 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2220 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2220 845 ALTURA TOTAL = 2265 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2265 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA IZQUIERDA LEFT OPENING 845 245 60 100 30 270 A A 150 0,5 PL - 10 PL + 120 60 90 60 DETALLE PISADERA 5 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 40 40 5 1,5 PL + 170 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 100 5 160 105 30 42 160 60 90 270 15 120 PL 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 C 1000 1075 1150 1225 1300 1375 1450 1600 1750 1900 2050 2200 2350 2500 2650 2800 2950 3100 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 303 320 337 303 S 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 T 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 10S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total.S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.PR.D250SF - PR.I250SF 4.5
  • 47. PUERTA RELLANO TELESCÓPICA 2 HOJAS, 50/11 DIN 18.091 2 PANEL SIDE OPENING LANDING DOOR, 50/11 DIN 18.091 1,5 PL + 100 70 Perno fijación homologado M12 Homologated wall fixing M12 90 60 50 X (<600) Y (<600) Y (<600) 120 100 55 Max. 150 210 330 ALTURA MÁXIMA PERMITIDA SEGÚN NORMATIVA = H / MAXIMUM HEIGHT ALLOWED ACCORDING TO NORM = H 750 ALTURA EJE PLETINA PORTA-RUEDAS = 2220 / LOCK ROLLERS HEIGHT = 2220 ALTURA TOTAL = 2265 / TOTAL HEIGHT = 2265 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 / CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA IZQUIERDA LEFT OPENING 140 30 270 60 B (<600) A (<600) A (<600) 150 B (<300) PL + 120 60 DETALLE PISADERA 90 60 FLUSH SILL AND TRACK DETAIL 40 40 5 1,5 PL + 170 5 LONGITUD PISADERA = 1,5 PL + 40 / SILL LENGTH = 1,5 PL + 40 100 30 42 160 105 160 270 60 90 120 PL 120 PL / CO 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 A 360 385 410 435 460 485 340 373 407 330 355 380 324 344 364 384 404 353 B 280 245 270 295 320 345 370 420 470 520 570 310 335 360 385 410 435 460 X 300 325 350 375 400 425 450 500 550 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 500 Y 600 325 350 375 400 425 450 500 550 600 433 467 500 533 567 600 475 500 H 3000 - R 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 S 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 T 8 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 12 14 15 16 16 14 14 15 15 Puertas homologadas TÜV (DIN 18091). R : Nº de soportes en mecanismo de rellano. S: Nº de soportes en apoyo pisadera. T: Nº de soportes total. Doors certified by TÜV (DIN 18091). R : Number of supports for landing mechanism. S: Number of supports for support track. T: Total number of supports.4.6 PR.D25DSF - PR.I25DSF
  • 48. SITUACIÓN DEL PATÍN CON LAS RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE COUPLING ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN SKATE AND LOCK (Puerta de rellano modelo 40/10) - (Landing door model 40/10) ALTURA MÁXIMA DEL OPERADOR = 2470 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2470 PATÍN MÓVIL SKATE2325 RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE LOCK ROLLERS2220 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 40 100 80 190 30ALTURA STD. DESDE LA PISADERA = 2110PANEL HEIGHT FROM FLUSH SILL = 2110ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA MÍNIMA 0 MINIMUM OPENING PUERTA DE CABINA PUERTA DE RELLANO CAR DOOR LANDING DOOR 10 10 10 OPCIONAL: SUPLEMENTO PISADERA SUELO DE CABINA OPTION: SUPLEMENTARY SILL CAR FLOOR 5 PROFILE BETWEEN FRAMES 90 30 90 60 4.7
  • 49. SITUACIÓN DEL PATÍN CON LAS RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE COUPLING ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN SKATE AND LOCK (Puerta de rellano modelo 50/11) - (Landing door model 50/11) ALTURA MÁXIMA DEL OPERADOR = 2470 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2470 PATÍN MÓVIL SKATE 2325 RUEDAS DE ARRASTRE LOCK ROLLERS ALTURA MECANISMO = 2265 HEIGHT MECHANISM = 2265 2220 ALTURA TOTAL = 2210 TOTAL HEIGHT = 2210 40 100 80 190 30 ALTURA STD. DESDE LA PISADERA = 2110 PANEL HEIGHT FROM FLUSH SILL = 2110 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 ALTURA LIBRE = 2000 CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 CLEAR HEIGHT = 2000 APERTURA MÍNIMA 0 MINIMUM OPENING PUERTA DE CABINA PUERTA DE RELLANO CAR DOOR LANDING DOOR 10 10 10 OPCIONAL: SUPLEMENTO PISADERA SUELO DE CABINA OPTION: SUPLEMENTARY SILL CAR FLOOR 5 PROFILE BETWEEN FRAMES 90 30 90 604.8

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