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Manual zz. ANSI A Unauthorized disassembly or repair: 1. May jeopardize personal safety and may expose one to the risk of electrical shock. May adversely affect the safe and reliable performance of the product will result in a voided product warranty. Prior to installing any equipment, ensure the correct line voltage and stability. When applying equipment on a new installation utilizing new electrical supply circuits, always ensure that correct line voltage exists and is stable. Remember to shut the power back off after this is checked and before performing any wiring to the system.
Remove cover from unit by gently prying the tab on the backside of the sensor housing or if the sensor is installed on the header insert a screwdriver behind the unit and gently pry off the cover. Tab Pry Page 2 of 15 Drill hole marked for wire passage and drill pilot holes for screw mounting. Remove template prior to sensor installation. Insert mounting screws approximately halfway in and install the G3 on the screws.
When in place, tighten screws to secure to header. NOTE: Leave cover off until mechanical adjustments are complete. With G3 in place, locate the enclosed cable and feed the stripped end through the wire passage hole in the header. Leave enough slack to allow connection to the G3 and proper routing of wire around the plastic post. NOTE: Observe proper routing of the cable as shown. This is to divert rainwater from the G3 if water should run down the cable.
Proper routing of the wire also provides easier installation of the cover. When connecting to a microprocessed control box, the motion output and presence output wires may be connected to separate inputs or may also be connected to a mutual input.
Some controls may only have an activation input, while others may have an activation input, as well as a safety or presence input.
For One Way Evening Mode see addendum 5 on page Insert the desired microwave antenna for a wide or narrow field of detection. The optional narrow field antenna is located in the slot behind the mounted antenna as shown. To remove the antenna, carefully remove the protective cover and change the antenna. Once the proper antenna is in place, adjust the angle of antenna as necessary. The position of the sensing field is determined by the vertical angle of the planar antenna.
The angle is adjusted by gently rotating the antenna forward or backward. The tilt angle is determined by the position of the sensor with relation to the face of the door. Be certain to walk test the detection field and ensure compliance with applicable ANSI standards.
Install the lens for the desired IR pattern. The wide pattern offers 2 curtains of 24 overlapping spots and the narrow pattern offers 2 curtains of 12 overlapping spots. When installing the lens ensure the smooth part of the lens is installed facing outward.
A counterclockwise rotation of the adjustment screw will move the curtain further away from the door and clockwise rotation will move the curtain toward the door. Page 4 of 15 Thereafter a program setting may be altered by pressing the desired function key followed by the desired value for that function.
When all programming is complete press the lock key twice to retain settings. Use the following as a guide: Unlock the sensor to enter into adjustment session if no access code has been entered To change the value of a parameter ex.
Maximum duration of presence detection To check the value of a parameter ex. Sensitivity 3. See Important Notes Page 6 Duration is 16 seconds and will automatically trigger door to open position during set up routine.
Microwave Immunity: Immunity levels above 3 are intended for applications where excessive interference may be causing unintended detection. When applying a value of 4 or higher increment the value one step at a time followed by a walk test. When complete, ensure compliance with all applicable safety and performance standards.
Secondary Activation Sensitivity 6. Door control safety circuit must turn off in door closed position. Page 6 of 15 The procedures below indicate how to program using these buttons. Green LED indicates value. Program Buttons To begin programming: Briefly press the right button and move away from the sensing zones. To reset the unit to factory defaults: Press and hold both buttons simultaneously until both Red and Green LEDs flash alternately. NOTE: F1 function and the access code are not reset after pressing the manual program buttons.
To customize the settings from factory defaults: To enter the customizing mode: Press the right button until the LED flashes and then release. To return to standard mode: Press the right button again until the LED stops flashing and then release. Helpful Hint: When the sensor is wired correctly pressing and holding the left button will result in disconnecting all outputs from that sensor, allowing the door to close, if no other devices are being activated.
The sensor automatically returns to standard mode if neither button has been pressed for one minute. REQUIRED: If the IR frequency has been manually changed, to prevent the sensors from being in permanent detection, momentarily depress the right program button to launch an assisted setup.
Once powered, observe LED status on the G3. The G3 will show a steady red LED during the set-up procedure. Once the G3 completes setup, the door will close and begin normal operation thereafter. Setup process takes approximately 6 seconds, if uninterrupted. Step 2 If the sensor is being powered for the first time, because of new installation or sensor is being replaced, unlock the G3 and Press the Magic Wand Key, followed by a number 0.
Observe the LED status during setup. Adjust microwave functions: angle, sensitivity, immunity. If it comes back on steady, replace G3. Once set-up is complete, the LED indication will reflect the status of the set-up. Observe the LED while standing outside of the detection zones.
Step 3 Proceed with fine tuning the mechanical , as well as the program adjustments of the G3. Refer to the applicable sections of this manual for altering any settings.
G3 IR is in saturation 2. Internal fault within the G3 3. Faulty Power Input 1. Launch a new setup and remain all clear from the detection area. Remove power, then re-apply. Input power may have fluctuated beyond tolerances. Red LED flashes after attempting a set-up. Infrared curtains are too close to the door and the sensor detects a door influence. IR curtain too far away from door. IR curtain disturbed during setup. Adjust Infrared curtain as necessary.
Relaunch a setup and keep people away from door until setup completes. On-Off switch at door control in wrong position or is faulty. Improper Relay Configuration on G3. Faulty door control. If switch is in correct position, check switch with multi-meter for proper operation. Insure correct polarity at Brown and Blue wires 3.
Check Relay Configuration setting on each G3. Refer to page 6 for settings. Remove all sensor inputs from the door control. If door remains open, fault exists with door control or motor. If door closes with sensor inputs removed, fault exists with sensors or related wiring.
Page 8 of 15 Relay Configuration on wrong setting. Check Relay Configuration setting. Door will not open.
If it is in correct position, check switch with multi-meter for proper operation. Door will not open Continued.
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Manual zz. ANSI A Unauthorized disassembly or repair: 1. May jeopardize personal safety and may expose one to the risk of electrical shock. May adversely affect the safe and reliable performance of the product will result in a voided product warranty. Prior to installing any equipment, ensure the correct line voltage and stability.
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