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Systems Designed in cooperation with DaimlerChrysler Technical Center, Auburn Hills Michigan

 

 

CHRYSLER TECHNICAL CENTER UNIVERSAL DOOR INTERFACE SYSTEM

CATALOG NO. CU2DFI

 

THE ULTIMATE RELAY LOGIC CONTROL SYSTEM

DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE AUBURN HILLS TECHNICAL CENTER.

 

One Standard Control Panel Operates All Types of Doors

As of November 1998, over 160 units are in operation in the Auburn Hills Facility

This control system is designed to standardize the operation of all motorized door inside the Chrysler Headquarters & Technical Center. It’s unique design enables Building Management the flexibility to offer each tenant any control options they like without special modifications to the control panel.

The basic interface system is installed on the door, providing standard Open, Close, Stop pushbuttons functions, as well as the standard reversing door edge. Once the tenant moves in, the desired accessories are installed by building management per the tenant’s requirements.

This system is endorsed by the facilities Electrical Trades. The graphics display inside the panel as well as the push to test diagnostic system enables a tradesman familiar with the panel to diagnose any door problems by visual inspection of the panel.

The interface system is designed to operate sectional doors, rolling steel doors, fabric doors, sliding door, folding doors, gates, grilles, glass doors, etc., with single speed, two speed, variable speed AC motors, as well as DC motors.

This control panel is designed for UL & CSA approval.

Standard features built into the interface system include:

bulletNEMA 12 Enclosure
bulletSize 30" High x 24" Wide x 8" Deep
bulletPowder Coated Finish blends in with building colors and does not need painting.
bulletLockable rotary fused disconnect
bulletTouch Safe High Voltage Disconnect Switch
bulletClass J Rejection type fuses in disconnect
bulletPushbuttons & Pilot lights - 22MM size
bulletOpen-Close-Stop Pushbuttons located on panel face.
bulletKeyed selector for Automatic/Off/Manual operation included on panel face.
bulletReversing Edge Tripped and Reset pilot light located on panel face.
bulletOverload Tripped pilot light on panel face.
bulletPrepared for 120 V & 24 V accessories
bulletTransformers have fused Primary & Secondary circuits.
bulletPrepared for Plug In Timer to Close
bulletSpare Terminals provided for up to 3 remote stop pushbuttons.
bulletPre-wired for all types of remote open devices.
bulletPre-wired for all type of reversing devices, with fail safe wiring design.
bulletPre-wired for single button activation systems.
bulletDelay Reverse Circuitry fixed at 1.5 sec.
bulletCircuitry designed for easy visual diagnostics. Each limit switch and accessory drives a push-to-test pilot light relay, enabling the electricians to visibly see conditions of inputs without any test equipment.
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bulletBasic control circuitry and components remain the same with various motor styles. Design incorporates control of single speed, two speed, variable frequency, DC drives, without changing the basic control circuit. All basic diagnostics remain the same.
bulletSeven Digit Non-Resettable cycle counter.
bulletPrepared for two door vestibule interlocking
bulletContacts for activating door heater standard.
bulletContacts for remote door indication, such as door fully open or closed standard.
bulletClass 20 Motor overloads standard, with output wired to pilot light on panel face, indicating tripped condition.
bulletRemote brake operation is included where required for either standard braking or instantaneous braking.
bulletProvisions for DC braking.
bulletProvisions for Thru-Beam or Retro-Reflective photo-eyes
bulletPre-wired block for plug-in loop detector.
bulletConcrete loop terminals pre-wired.
bulletPrepared to two, three or four wire reversing edges.
bulletPrepared for Motor Run timer
bulletPrepared for advance open limit switches
bulletSnow limit switch provisions included.
bulletPrepared for all type of hand chain & crank disconnects.
bulletPrepared for break-away door system interlocks.
bulletPlug in socket for headlight sensor activator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standard accessories for the control panels include:

bulletAutomatic Timer to Close - Plug in timer automatically closes the door after a set time period. This is turned on and off by the standard Auto / Hand keyed selector switch.
bulletCard Reader / Security Connections for Existing Building Security System. Terminals are provided so the existing Thorn security system can tie into and control the door system.
bulletLoop Detectors - standard panel is prepared for one Shrokman 120 VAC plug in self tuning loop detector.
bulletRemote 3 button stations- standard panel is prepared to accept two remote push button stations without modification.
bulletRadio Controls - prepared for Shrokman Single Button, Two Button & Three Button radio control receivers. Sequence of operations varies via terminal connections inside the control panel.
bulletPull Cords - terminals provided for two separate sequences.
bulletMotion Sensors - provisions provided to have the motion sensors operate for standard automatic operation or as safety only devices.
bulletVehicle Presence Sensor - unique system senses presence of vehicles in opening. System in most cases does not sense pedestrians.
bulletHeadlight Sensor - Mounted on the door, this unit activates the door by flashing the headlights on any vehicle. This is a plug in accessory.
bulletSmart Post - Guard posts that include photo-eyes and presence sensors for automatic opening or safety.

 

 

 

 

DOOR TYPES CURRENTLY BEING OPERATED BY THE CU2DFI CONTROL SYSTEM:

 

Rolling Steel Fire Doors

Rolling Steel Service Doors

Sectional Overhead doors

Sliding Doors

Megadoor Vertical Lifting Fabric

M & I Fabric Doors

Gate Operators

 

MOTOR TYPES:

Single Speed (Standard)

Two Speed (Option)

Inverter Motors (Option)

DC (Option)

MAIN LINE VOLTAGE: 460 Volts

PHASE: 3 Phase

MOTOR SIZE: 1/3 TO 5 H.P.

BRAKE: Full Voltage (std) & prewired for remote braking - standard or instantaneous.

DC (Option)

 

LIMIT SWITCH REQUIREMENTS:

 

1 (QTY) Normally Closed Open Limit Switch

1 (QTY) Normally Closed Close Limit Switch

Prepared to accept as standard:

N.C. Advance Open Limit

N.C. Advance Close Limit

 

REVERSING EDGE REQUIREMENTS

 

Electric - 2 wire, 3 wire, 4 wire (Standard)

Pneumatic - 2 wire N.O. or N.C.

 

 

 

UNIVERSAL DOOR CONTROL PANEL

FOR USE ON ALL MOTORIZED DOORS.

 

CHRYSLER CORPORATION

AUBURN HILLS CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS

AUBURN HILLS, MICHIGAN

 

SECTION 08370

POWER-OPERATED DOOR CONTROLS

 

 

 

PART 1 - GENERAL

 

 

  1. REFERENCES

 

 

    1. - NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code (NEC).
    2. - NFPA 79 - Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
    3. - UL 508A - Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
    4. - IEC 529, IEC 947-1
    5. - CSA - C22.2 Special Industrial Control Assemblies

1.02 SUBMITTALS

    1. Submit manufacturer’s catalog information regarding the application of this special control panel.
    2. Shop Drawings
      1. Submittals to include wiring schematics as well as riser diagrams for each type of door used in the facility, including dimensions and wiring diagram for each type of operator.
      2. All accessories that can be wired into the system must be included in the submittal.
      3. Submittals must include wiring diagrams for each type of motor operation listed below.
    3. Maintenance Instructions
      1. Submit maintenance and troubleshooting instructions for control panels.
      2. Provide training classes for Chrysler personnel on application and use of control panels.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

MANUFACTURERS: Advanced Systems Inc., Birmingham Michigan 48009  Attn: Dan McDonald 734-449-8876     Advanced Systems Tennessee Engineering Office, Hendersonville Tennessee 37075  Attn: George Shrokman 615-826-5559

Control panel shall be designed to operate all types of upward acting doors used in the facility, and incorporate circuitry that enables the tenant in each area to modify the operation of the door system without completely wiring the control panel. The design shall incorporate expansion capabilities for various types of motors and drive accessories. Relay Logic panels shall include pilot light diagnostics for all internal components.

2.01 CONTROL EQUIPMENT

    1. POWER
      1. Control panels shall be prepared for connection to a 460V Three Phase power source.
    2. ENCLOSURE - Hammond 2R30248 or owner approved equal.
      1. NEMA 12 rated, "Design Line" style enclosure, 30" high x 30" wide x 8" deep.
      2. Doors must be designed to be easily removed and interchanged.
      3. Compression stops installed to insure optimum gasket performance.
      4. Minimum of two slotted quarter turn oil-tight latches secure the door, with a minimum of one key lock installed in the top latch position. Key lock to match existing control panel keying.
      5. Cover and enclosure are phosphatized, primed and finished.
      6. Enclosure will have expansion room for additional motor circuitry required for two speed motors, Variable frequency drives, as well as special motor braking systems.
    3. DISCONNECT - Bussman CF30 with BDH99 Handle or owner approved equal.
      1. Disconnect rating - 30 AMP, with Class J Rejection Fuses.
      2. NEMA 12 rated Pistol handle.
      3. Handle is lockable with three padlocks
      4. 30 AMP double break contacts
      5. provide terminal shrouds & fuse covers for "touch-sage" protection.
    4. DISCONNECT FUSING - Bussman "Low-Peak Yellow" Fuses or owner approved equal.
      1. Provide main fusing in disconnect for proper operation per NEC & UL.
      2. Dual-Element, Time-Delay -- 10 Seconds (minimum) at 500% rated current.
      3. Interrupting rating - 300,000A RMS SYM. (U.L.)
    5. TRANSFORMERS - Square D Type K or owner approved equal.
      1. Machine tool grade transformers.
      2. 10 year transformer warranty.
      3. Minimum 150 VA for 120 VAC circuitry
      4. Minimum 100 VA for 24 VAC circuitry.
      5. One side of the transformer shall be grounded.
    6. TRANSFORMER FUSING - Bussman Products
      1. Provide 600 V rated fusing for transformer primary circuits.
      2. Provide 250V rated fusing for all transformer secondary circuits.
    7. MOTOR CONTACTORS - Square D / Telemecanique D-Line or owner approved equal.
      1. Contacts rated 5 HP at 460 VAC
      2. AC3 rating - 9 amps, AC1 rating 20 AMPS
      3. 24 VAC coil voltage, with coil wire insulation rated at 180 degree centigrade.
      4. Top Mounted Auxiliary Contacts
      5. Insulation Voltage - 1000 V
      6. IP 20 Fingersafe Terminal Protection.


    8. THERMAL OVERLOAD RELAYS - Square D / Telemecanique D-line or owner approved equal.
      1. Adjustable overload to be sized per motor application.
      2. Mounted directly below motor starter.
      3. Separate Stop and reset functions with switchable manual or automatic reset.
      4. Trip test button on the front cover with protected lockable indicator.
      5. Manual/auto reset selector and setting dial cover can be sealed against tampering from original setting.
      6. Provide isolated NO and NC contacts (600 V Insulation) for wiring to "Overload Tripped" pilot light on panel face.
    9. CONTROL RELAYS - Square D Type KU - Spade Terminals
      1. Provide relay with Manual Operator to speed circuit testing, allowing the relay to be manually switched to simulate normal operation.
      2. Provide Neon Internal Pilot Light indication to show when the relay is energized.
      3. Industry Standard wiring and pin arrangements.
      4. 10 AMP Contact Rating
    10. TIMERS - Square D - Class 9050 - Type JCK
      1. Provide Timers as required in the control system to make door operate as required.
      2. Contact Raging - 10 AMP
      3. DPDT Contacts ( 2 NO and 2 NC)
      4. Transient Protected.
    11. AUXILIARY SOCKET FOR LOOP DETECTOR - Square D - Class 9050
      1. Provide an 11 pin socket, prewired for installation of loop detector.
    12. PUSH BUTTONS - Square D -XB series 22MM
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Color per NFPA 79
      3. Metallic guard around operator head
    13. PILOT LIGHTS - Square D - XB2 - 22 MM
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Push-to-Test type
      3. Metallic guard around operator head
    14. SELECTOR SWITCHES - Square D - XB2 - 22MM
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Metallic guard around operator head
    15. WIRING DUCT - Gould - Gray - 1" x 3" with round holes.
    16. TERMINAL BLOCKS - Square D - Class 9080
      1. 600 V - 50 AMP Rating
      2. "Touch-Safe" Design
      3.  
    17. WIRE
      1. Colors per NFPA 79
        1. Black - Line, load, and control circuits at line voltage.
        2. Red - AC control circuits at less than line voltage.
        3. Blue - DC control circuits.
        4. Yellow - Interlock control circuits supplied from an external power source.
        5. Green - Equipment grounding conductor.
        6. White - Grounded circuit conductor.

 

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN PARAMETERS

The control panel shall incorporate into the standard circuitry provisions to operate any upward acting door in the facility.

The control panel shall incorporate the following features.

  1. MOTOR TYPES
    1. Standard control panel shall have provisions for operation of single speed 460V Three Phase motors.
    2. Two speed motors can be used with the addition of the required contactors, without modifying the basic secondary control circuits.
    3. Variable frequency drives can be substituted in the panel without modifying the basic secondary control circuits.
  2. MOTOR BRAKE SYSTEMS
    1. Standard control panel shall have provisions at the terminal strip for three types of brake operations.
      1. Standard solenoid or line voltage brake used on slow moving types of doors.
      2. Standard DC or AC braking, used with single speed or two speed brake motors.
      3. Instantaneous braking of DC or AC brake, used with single and two speed motors, as well as variable frequency drive units.
  3. RELAY LOGIC WITH DIAGNOSTICS
    1. Panel design will provide visual diagnostics inside the control panel.
    2. Each limit switch on the drive will drive a separate relay, which has pilot light and push to test capabilities.
    3. Each relay will be labeled with the function, and pilot light sequence.
    4. Labels shall provide diagnostic functions at each position.
  4. LIMIT SWITCH DIAGNOSTICS
    1. Each limit switch on the door operator shall drive a pilot indicator light, showing the limit switch condition.
    2. A push button inside the control panel shall enable maintenance personnel to check the operation of the limit switch without running jumper wires.
    3. All control panels will have provisions for five limit switches.
      1. Supervision Limit Switch(Chain hoist, Break-Away, Hand Crank, Main Limit, Etc.)
      2. Door Full Open Limit Switch
      3. Advance Open Limit Switch
      4. Advance Close Limit Switch
      5. Door Full Closed Limit Switch

  5. REVERSING EDGE RESET AND PILOT LIGHT
    1. A Push-to-Test pilot light and reset button indicating the reversing edge has tripped shall be mounted on the face of the control panel.
    2. When the reversing edge has been tripped, the door will stop, pilot light on panel face will energize, and The door will go to the fully open position. The door will remain there until the reset button located on the panel face is pressed.
    3. Provide circuit design so the reversing edge circuit can be checked by pressing a test button inside the control panel..
  6. STANDARD AND FAIL-SAFE REVERSING EDGE CIRCUITRY
    1. Control circuitry will provide installation and operation of the standard facility reversing edges or fail safe design reversing edges via installation of one jumper wire at a terminal block location.
    2. Circuitry will be such that the Pilot light and reset button on the panel face shall work for both types of edges.
  7. AUXILIARY PUSH BUTTONS
    1. The terminal strip shall contain provisions for at least two remote stop pushbuttons in the control circuit, as well as the panel face stop button.
    2. Provisions shall be made for installation of remote open and close buttons.
  8. DELAY TO REVERSE CIRCUIT
    1. Each panel shall have a delay to reverse circuit with adjustable time of .1 to 1.9 seconds.
    2. As the door is closing, and any reversing or activation device is activated, the door shall stop, the timer will activate and time out, and then send the door to the fully open position.
    3. Circuitry shall be tied in with the brake circuitry to enable proper brake operation.
  9. DOOR POSITION INDICATION
    1. Provide terminals at the terminal strip to indicate the door fully open or fully closed.
    2. Contacts for each position - 1 NO and 1 NC
  10. OVERLOAD TRIPPED PILOT LIGHT
    1. Provide pilot light indication on face of control panel to indicate when the thermal motor overload is in a tripped position.
    2. Pilot light is to be push to test design.
    3. Circuit design to incorporate remote reset capabilities for future expansion and tie in with remote PLC systems, such as AGV’s, etc.
  11. MAIN CONTROL CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
    1. The main control circuit shall be operated at 24VAC to help reduce shock hazard.
    2. Terminals shall be provided at the main terminal strip for access to 24 VAC for accessories.
  12. AUXILIARY DEVICE VOLTAGE PROVISIONS
    1. Provide a 120 VAC transformer in the circuit for accessory adaption.
    2. Terminals shall be provided for access to 120 VAC power for accessories.
  13. HAND / AUTO SELECTOR SWITCH
    1. Provide a selector switch on the panel face for sequencing as per the "Sequence of Operations" section.

 

SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

  1. Power on - Selector Switch in HAND position.
    1. Door Fully Closed
      1. Momentary contact on the Open push button sends the door to the fully open position.
      2. Momentary Contact open/close devices send the door to the fully open position.
      3. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
      4. External reversing devices have no effect
    2. Door Fully Open
      1. Momentary pressure on the close pushbutton starts the door closed.
      2. Momentary Contact open/close devices start the door closed.
      3. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
      4. External reversing devices have no effect
    3. Door Moving Closed
      1. Momentary pressure on the stop button immediately stops the door.
      2. Open button has no effect
      3. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      4. External reversing devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      5. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
  2. Power on - Selector Switch in AUTO position.
    1. Door Fully Closed
      1. Momentary contact on the Open push button sends the door to the fully open position.
      2. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices send the door to the fully open position.
      3. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices send the door to the fully open position.
      4. External reversing devices have no effect.
    2. Door Fully Open
      When the door reaches the fully open position, and the open limit switch is tripped, an automatic close timer is energized.
      1. Momentary contact on the Close push button sends the door down.
      2. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices send the door to down.
      3. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices reset the automatic close timer, and the cycle begins timing from 0 seconds..
      4. External reversing devices reset the automatic close timer, and the timing cycle begins timing from 0 seconds..

    3. Door Moving Closed
      1. Momentary pressure on the stop button immediately stops the door.
      2. Open button has no effect.
      3. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      4. External reversing devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      5. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      6. Reversing door edge stops, delays and reverse the door to the fully open position. NOTE: The door will not automatically close until the Reversing edge reset button is pressed.


 

 

STANDARD METHODS OF OPERATIONS

 

The standard interface system has many sequences built in to the control panel. Below is a description and usage of many of them.

 

  1. Standard Control Panel Methods of Operations Descriptions Built Into the Panel
    1. Open: Pushbutton on control panel face
      Auto Mode Only: Automatic Open Devices
    2. Close: Pushbutton on control panel face
      Auto Mode Only: None
    3. Safety Devices: Reversing Door Edge
  2. Standard Accessories Methods of Operation Description.
    1. Hand Mode Open:
      1. Remote Open Pushbutton
    2. Auto Mode Open:
      1. Motion Sensor
      2. Presence Sensor
      3. Loop Detector
      4. Security Provided Card Reader
      5. Headlight Sensor
      6. Radio Transmitter
    3. Hand Mode Close:
      1. Remote Close Pushbutton
    4. Auto Mode Close:
      1. Close Delay Timer

 

 

USAGE AND SEQUENCE DESCRIPTIONS

Basic Features not mentioned below.

  1. There is a Hand/Off/Auto selector switch on the control panel face. Off turns the complete system off without turning off the power.
  2. Security: Each panel is prepared for:
    1. An input from security enabling the door to be shut off by security when required. (Wiring from control panel to security panel should be specified in the Security Specifications and not his section)
    2. A signal can be sent to security when the door is fully closed.
    3. A signal can be sent to security when the power to the door control panel is turned off.

 

 

  1. Basic Door - Controlled from panel only.
    1. Method of Operation (#).
      1. Ingress, 24-hour , unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on panel face
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face
      2. Egress: 24-hour, unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on panel face
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face
      3. Safety Devices:
        1. Safety edge, contact type
        2.  
  2. Basic Door - Controlled from panel and remote 3 button station located inside secured area.
    1. Method of Operation (#).
      1. Ingress, 24-hour , unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on control panel face in secured area
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face in secured area
      2. Egress: 24-hour, unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on panel face & remote push button in secured area
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face & remove push button in secured area
      3. Safety Devices:
        1. Safety edge, contact type
  3. Basic Door - Controlled from panel and remote 3 button station located on the unsecured side.
    1. Method of Operation (#).
      1. Ingress, 24-hour , unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on control panel face in secured area & remote push button in unsecured area
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face in secured area & remote push button in unsecured area
      2. Egress: 24-hour, unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on panel face
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face
      3. Safety Devices:
        1. Safety edge, contact type
  4. Automatic Closing Door - NOTE: Building Management requires two safety devices on all doors that have any type of automatic closing.
    Opens from both sides.
    1. Method of Operation (#)
      1. Ingress, 24-hour , unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on control panel face in secured area
        2. Open: Auto Mode Only: Automatic Open Devices - Loop Detector (LD) (or name other devices)
        3. Close: Pushbutton on panel face in secured area
        4. Close: Auto Mode Only: Close delay timer.
      2. Egress: 24-hour, unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on panel face
        2. Open: Auto Mode Only: Automatic Open Devices - Loop Detector (LD) (or name other devices)
        3. Close: Pushbutton on panel face
        4. Close: Auto Mode Only: Close delay timer.
      3. Safety Devices:
        1. Safety edge, contact type
        2. Photo-eyes: Thru-beam type mounted on opposite side of door on wall.

  5. Opens from inside (secured area) only.
    1. Method of Operation (#)
      1. Ingress, 24-hour , unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on control panel face in secured area
        2. Close: Pushbutton on panel face in secured area
        3. Close: Auto Mode Only: Close delay timer.
      2. Egress: 24-hour, unlocked:
        1. Open: Pushbutton on panel face
        2. Open: Auto Mode Only: Automatic Open Devices - Loop Detector (LD) (or name other devices)
        3. Close: Pushbutton on panel face
        4. Close: Auto Mode Only: Close delay timer.
      3. Safety Devices:
        1. Safety edge, contact type
        2. Photo-eyes: Thru-beam type mounted on opposite side of door on wall.

 

DCTC PLC Logic Specification

 

DaimlerChrysler PLC Standard Panel

SECTION 08370-B

DOOR SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL

 

 

 

PART 1 - GENERAL

  1. SUMMARY
    1. Scope
      1. Provide Control Panel that will incorporate all components necessary to properly operate the doors at each door opening. Provide accessories, and incidental work, as shown and specified.
      2. All electrical equipment and construction specified in this SECTION shall conform to established governing standards and codes, and to applicable requirements of DIVISION 16 of the SPECIFICATIONS.
    2. Related Work Specified Under Other Sections
      1. High Speed Stacking Overhead Flexible Doors
      2. Steel framed door openings - DIVISION 5.
      3. Provision of a single 480 volt, 3 phase electrical power source to the main disconnect switch at the door control panel - DIVISION 16.
    3. SUBMITTALS
      1. Furnish submittals for items that are identified in this SECTION by a different typeface and a bracketed code (e.g. item [L]). Refer to SECTION 01340 for definition of codes for types of submittals and the administrative requirements governing submittal procedure. Additional submittal requirements pertaining to this SECTION are specified herein under this Article.
      2. Submit completely detailed shop drawings showing all components and installation work to be provided. Include complete information on electric motor operation, wiring diagrams and controls.
      3. Submit manufacturers product data covering operating instructions and maintenance data for the control system.
    4. PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
      1. Wrap and crate materials and finished work adequately, considering climate changes and shipping methods.
      2. Deliver products in undamaged condition, in manufacturer’s original containers or packaging, with identifying labels intact and legible.
      3. Upon delivery, immediately inspect shipments to assure their compliance with the requirements of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS and approved submittals, and that the products are properly protected and undamaged. Report damaged or defective items. Remove broken, damaged, or unlabeled items from the site immediately.
      4. Store products in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, with seals and labels intact and legible. Store products in a manner to prevent damage, soiling, theft, deterioration, and contamination. Marred surfaces, cracked, checked, split, or warped materials will be rejected. Sore products subject to damage by the elements in weather tight enclosures. Maintain temperature and humidity within the ranges required by the manufacturer.
      5. Repair, or clean items that have been damaged or soiled that can be restored. The OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE shall be the judge of the effectiveness of remedial measures. Additional time required to secure replacements and to make repairs will not be considered by the OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE to justify an extension in the CONTRACT time of completion.
    5. PROTECTION
      1. Protect the work during installation from mechanical damage, scratching or marring, soiling, contamination, deterioration, and theft.
      2. Maintain protection during subsequent work operations, and remove same upon OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE acceptance or when instructed by the OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE.
    6. QUALITY ASSURANCE
      1. Manufacturer shall warrant control panel mechanical and electrical components against defects in materials and workmanship for one year beginning with the date of substantial Completion.
    7. REFERENCES
      1. - NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code (NEC).
      2. - NFPA 79 - Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
      3. - UL 508A - Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
      4. - IEC 529, IEC 947-1
      5. - CSA - C22.2 Special Industrial Control Assemblies
    8. SUBMITTALS
      1. Submit manufacturer’s catalog information regarding the application of this special control panel.
    9. Shop Drawings
      1. Submittals to include wiring schematics as well as riser diagrams for each type of door used in the facility, including dimensions and wiring diagram for each type of operator.
      2. All accessories that can be wired into the system must be included in the submittal.
      3. Submittals must include wiring diagrams for each type of motor operation listed below.
    10. Maintenance Instructions
      1. Submit maintenance and troubleshooting instructions for control panels.
      2. Provide training classes for Chrysler personnel on application and use of control panels.
  2. PART 2 - PRODUCTS
    1. MANUFACTURERS: Advanced Systems Inc., Birmingham Michigan 48009  Attn: Dan McDonald 734-449-8876     Advanced Systems Tennessee Engineering Office, Hendersonville Tennessee 37075  Attn: George Shrokman 615-826-5559
    2. Control panel shall be designed to operate the upward acting doors on the drawings. Each door shall have an inside and outside floor loop, as well as an inside and outside mounted photo-eye. The door heater motor starter and appropriate inputs and outputs for proper heater operation shall be included in this panel. The design shall incorporate expansion capabilities for various types of motors and drive accessories. PLC logic will be utilized, and the system will tie into the existing Building Automation System.
    3. CONTROL EQUIPMENT
    4. POWER
      1. Control panels shall be prepared for connection to a 460V Three Phase power source.
    5. ENCLOSURE - Hammond 2R30248 or owner approved equal.
      1. NEMA 12 rated, "Design Line" style enclosure, 30" high x 30" wide x 8" deep.
      2. Doors must be designed to be easily removed and interchanged.
      3. Compression stops installed to insure optimum gasket performance.
      4. Minimum of two slotted quarter turn oil-tight latches secure the door, with a minimum of one key lock installed in the top latch position. Key lock to match existing control panel keying.
      5. Cover and enclosure are phosphatized, primed and finished.
      6. Enclosure will have expansion room for additional motor circuitry required for two speed motors, Variable frequency drives, as well as special motor braking systems.
    6. DISCONNECT - Bussman CF30 with BDH99 Handle or owner approved equal.
      1. Disconnect rating - 30 AMP, with Class J Rejection Fuses.
      2. NEMA 12 rated Pistol handle.
      3. Handle is lockable with three padlocks
      4. 30 AMP double break contacts
      5. provide terminal shrouds & fuse covers for "touch-sage" protection.
    7. DISCONNECT FUSING - Bussman "Low-Peak Yellow" Fuses or owner approved equal.
      1. Provide main fusing in disconnect for proper operation per NEC & UL.
      2. Dual-Element, Time-Delay -- 10 Seconds (minimum) at 500% rated current.
      3. Interrupting rating - 300,000A RMS SYM. (U.L.)
    8. TRANSFORMERS - Square D Type K or owner approved equal.
      1. Machine tool grade transformers.
      2. 10 year transformer warranty.
      3. Minimum 150 VA for 120 VAC circuitry
      4. Minimum 100 VA for 24 VAC circuitry.
      5. One side of the transformer shall be grounded.
    9. TRANSFORMER FUSING - Bussman Products
      1. Provide 600 V rated fusing for transformer primary circuits.
      2. Provide 250V rated fusing for all transformer secondary circuits.
    10. INTEGRAL SELF PROTECTED MOTOR STARTERS - Square D / Telemecanique
      1. Contacts rated 10 HP at 460 VAC
      2. Current Rating - 18 Amp
      3. 24 VAC coil voltage, with coil wire insulation rated at 180 degree centigrade.
      4. Auxiliary contacts to send status to PLC.
        1. Auto - Ready for Operation
        2. Off - Breaker turned off
        3. Tripped by Any Fault
        4. Tripped by Short Circuit
      5. Insulation Voltage - 1000 V
      6. IP 20 Finger safe Terminal Protection.
    11. PLC - Johnson Controls Model DX9100
      1. Provide proper base unit and all expansion components to operate all the desired equipment.
      2. PLC Program to be prepared by Johnson Controls.
      3. Provide all components for expansion to directly tie into existing building automation system
    12. AUXILIARY SOCKET FOR LOOP DETECTOR - Square D - Class 9050
      1. Provide an 11 pin socket, prewired for installation of loop detector.
    13. PUSH BUTTONS - Square D -XB series 22MM
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Color per NFPA 79
      3. Metallic guard around operator head
    14. PILOT LIGHTS - Square D - XB2 - 22 MM
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Push-to-Test type
      3. Metallic guard around operator head
    15. SELECTOR SWITCHES - Square D - XB2 - 22MM
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Metallic guard around operator head
    16. WIRING DUCT - Gould - Gray - 1" x 3" with round holes.
    17. TERMINAL BLOCKS - Square D - Class 9080
      1. 600 V - 50 AMP Rating
      2. "Touch-Safe" Design
    18. WIRE
      1. Colors per NFPA 79
        1. Black - Line, load, and control circuits at line voltage.
        2. Red - AC control circuits at less than line voltage.
        3. Blue - DC control circuits.
        4. Yellow - Interlock control circuits supplied from an external power source.
        5. Green - Equipment grounding conductor.
        6. White - Grounded circuit conductor.
  3. CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN PARAMETERS
    1. The control panel shall incorporate into the standard circuitry provisions to operate any upward acting door in the facility.
    2. The control panel shall incorporate the following features.
    3. MOTOR TYPES
      1. Standard control panel shall have provisions for operation of single speed 460V Three Phase motors.
      2. Two speed motors can be used with the addition of the required contactors, without modifying the basic secondary control circuits.
      3. Variable frequency drives can be substituted in the panel without modifying the basic secondary control circuits.
    4. MOTOR BRAKE SYSTEMS
      1. Standard control panel shall have provisions at the terminal strip for three types of brake operations.
      2. Standard solenoid or line voltage brake used on slow moving types of doors.
      3. Standard DC or AC braking, used with single speed or two speed brake motors.
      4. Instantaneous braking of DC or AC brake, used with single and two speed motors, as well as variable frequency drive units.
    5. PLC LOGIC WITH DIAGNOSTICS
      1. Panel design will provide visual diagnostics inside the control panel.
      2. Each limit switch, push button and other activation devices will have a separate input.
    6. INPUTS
      1. Each limit switch on the door operator shall be wired to a separate input.
      2. All control panels will have provisions for six limit switch inputs.
      3. Push Buttons
        1. Door Opne
        2. Door Close
        3. Door Stop
      4. Selector Switches
        1. Auto - Hand - Off
      5. Limit Switches.
        1. Hand Crank
        2. Door Over Travel 1
        3. Door Over Travel 2
        4. Door Closed 1
        5. Door Closed 2
        6. Door Full Open NO
        7. Door Full Open NC
      6. Misc.
        1. Overload Tripped Door
        2. Overload Tripped Heater
    7. Outputs
      1. Coils
        1. Motor Open
        2. Motor Close
        3. Motor Brake
        4. Heater Motor
        5. Heater Solenoids
      2. Pilot lights
        1. Overload Tripped
        2. Reversing Edge Tripped

    8. REVERSING EDGE RESET AND PILOT LIGHT
      1. A Push-to-Test pilot light and reset button indicating the reversing edge has tripped shall be mounted on the face of the control panel.
      2. When the reversing edge has been tripped, the door will stop, pilot light on panel face will energize, and The door will go to the fully open position. The door will remain there until the reset button located on the panel face is pressed.
      3. Provide circuit design so the reversing edge circuit can be checked by pressing a test button inside the control panel..
    9. AUXILIARY PUSH BUTTONS
      1. The terminal strip shall contain provisions for at least two remote stop pushbuttons in the control circuit, as well as the panel face stop button.
      2. Provisions shall be made for installation of remote open and close buttons.
    10. MAIN CONTROL CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
      1. The main control circuit shall be operated at 24VAC to help reduce shock hazard.
      2. Terminals shall be provided at the main terminal strip for access to 24 VAC for accessories.
    11. AUXILIARY DEVICE VOLTAGE PROVISIONS
      1. Provide a 120 VAC transformer in the circuit for accessory adaption.
      2. Terminals shall be provided for access to 120 VAC power for accessories.
    12. HAND / AUTO SELECTOR SWITCH
      1. Provide a selector switch on the panel face for sequencing as per the "Sequence of Operations" section.

    SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

  4. Basic Sequence of Operations
    1. Power on - Selector Switch in HAND position.
      1. Door Fully Closed
        1. Momentary contact on the Open push button sends the door to the fully open position.
        2. Momentary Contact open/close devices send the door to the fully open position.
        3. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
        4. External reversing devices have no effect
      2. Door Fully Open
        1. Momentary pressure on the close pushbutton starts the door closed.
        2. Momentary Contact open/close devices start the door closed.
        3. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
        4. External reversing devices have no effect
      3. Door Moving Closed
        1. Momentary pressure on the stop button immediately stops the door.
        2. Open button has no effect
        3. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
        4. External reversing devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
        5. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
    2. Power on - Selector Switch in AUTO position.
      1. Door Fully Closed
        1. Momentary contact on the Open push button sends the door to the fully open position.
        2. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices send the door to the fully open position.
        3. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices send the door to the fully open position.
        4. External reversing devices have no effect.
      2. Door Fully Open
        When the door reaches the fully open position, and the open limit switch is tripped, an automatic close timer is energized.
        1. Momentary contact on the Close push button sends the door down.
        2. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices send the door to down.
        3. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices reset the automatic close timer, and the cycle begins timing from 0 seconds..
        4. External reversing devices reset the automatic close timer, and the timing cycle begins timing from 0 seconds..
      3. Door Moving Closed
        1. Momentary pressure on the stop button immediately stops the door.
        2. Open button has no effect.
        3. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
        4. External reversing devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
        5. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
        6. Reversing door edge stops, delays and reverse the door to the fully open position. NOTE: The door will not automatically close until the Reversing edge reset button is pressed.
  5. EXECUTION
    1. PAINTING
      1. Shop prime paint all exposed ferrous surfaces of the control panel.
      2. Shop prime paint all exposed parts of all types of operators, cabinets, safety switches, push button stations, and other items which are provided with an acceptable paint or enameled finish by the manufacturer, will need no further painting. However, handle such items in a manner that the finish is not marred or damaged.
      3. Bonderize all exposed galvanized surfaces, or apply galvanized metal primer, as standard with the manufacturer, so that surfaces are in proper condition to received field painting. Apply one coat of rust inhibiting metal primer, as standard with the manufacturer, on all other exposed ferrous metal surfaces, so that surfaces are in proper condition to receive field painting.
    2. INSPECTION
      1. Inspect the Work in place and notify the OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE of defects in the work of the other trades that will affect the proper installation or function of the Work of this SECTION. Starting the Work shall constitute acceptance of the adjoining work and conditions a the site under which the work is to be done.
    3. Installation
      1. Install control panels and provide all electrical wiring from the devices controlled by the system.
      2. Secure control panel to wall plumb, level and in line. Provide additional support as necessary for attachment.
      3. Connect and adjust electrical components and operating hardware. 460 Volt feed to wall mounted control panel by other electrical trades.
      4. Upon completion of installation, including work by other trades, verify equipment operation with the equipment manufacturers.
    4. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

After the complete system is installed, test-demonstrate in the presence of the OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE, that the system operates properly under all conditions and in proper sequence.

DaimlerChrysler Chelsea

 

 

 

 

DAIMLERCHRYSLER PROVING GROUNDS UNIVERSAL DOOR INTERFACE SYSTEM

CATALOG NO. CU1DFI

 

THE ULTIMATE RELAY LOGIC CONTROL SYSTEM

DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE CHELSEA PROVING GROUNDS.

 

One Standard Control Panel Operates All Types of Doors

 

 

This control system is designed to standardize the operation of all motorized door inside the DaimlerChrysler Proving Grounds. It’s unique design enables Building Management the flexibility to offer each tenant any control options they like without special modifications to the control panel.

The basic interface system is installed on the door, providing standard Open, Close, Stop pushbuttons functions, as well as the standard reversing door edge. Once the tenant moves in, the desired accessories are installed by building management per the tenant’s requirements.

This system is endorsed by the facilities Electrical Trades. The graphics display inside the panel as well as the push to test diagnostic system enables a tradesman familiar with the panel to diagnose any door problems by visual inspection of the panel.

The interface system is designed to operate sectional doors, rolling steel doors, fabric doors, sliding door, folding doors, gates, grilles, glass doors, etc., with single speed, two speed, variable speed AC motors, as well as DC motors.

This control panel is designed for UL & CSA Approvals.

Standard features built into the interface system include:

bulletNEMA 12 Enclosure
bulletSize 30" High x 24" Wide x 8" Deep
bulletPowder Coated Finish blends in with building colors and does not need painting.
bulletLockable rotary fused disconnect
bulletTouch Safe High Voltage Disconnect Switch
bulletClass J Rejection type fuses in disconnect
bulletPushbuttons & Pilot lights - 22MM size
bulletOpen-Close-Stop Pushbuttons located on panel face.
bulletKeyed selector for Automatic/Off/Manual operation included on panel face.
bulletReversing Edge Tripped and Reset pilot light located on panel face.
bulletOverload Tripped pilot light on panel face.
bulletPrepared for 120 V & 24 V accessories
bulletTransformers have fused Primary & Secondary circuits.
bulletPrepared for Plug In Timer to Close
bulletSpare Terminals provided for up to 3 remote stop pushbuttons.
bulletPre-wired for all types of remote open devices.
bulletPre-wired for all type of reversing devices, with fail safe wiring design.
bulletPre-wired for single button activation systems.
bulletDelay Reverse Circuitry fixed at 1.5 sec.
bulletCircuitry designed for easy visual diagnostics. Each limit switch and accessory drives a push-to-test pilot light relay, enabling the electricians to visibly see conditions of inputs without any test equipment.
bullet 
bulletBasic control circuitry and components remain the same with various motor styles. Design incorporates control of single speed, two speed, variable frequency, DC drives, without changing the basic control circuit. All basic diagnostics remain the same.
bulletSeven Digit Non-Resettable cycle counter.
bulletPrepared for two door vestibule interlocking
bulletContacts for activating door heater standard.
bulletContacts for remote door indication, such as door fully open or closed standard.
bulletClass 20 Motor overloads standard, with output wired to pilot light on panel face, indicating tripped condition.
bulletRemote brake operation is included where required for either standard braking or instantaneous braking.
bulletProvisions for DC braking.
bulletProvisions for Thru-Beam or Retro-Reflective photo-eyes
bulletPre-wired block for plug-in loop detector.
bulletConcrete loop terminals pre-wired.
bulletPrepared to two, three or four wire reversing edges.
bulletPrepared for Motor Run timer
bulletPrepared for advance open limit switches
bulletSnow limit switch provisions included.
bulletPrepared for all type of hand chain & crank disconnects.
bulletPrepared for break-away door system interlocks.
bulletPlug in socket for headlight sensor activator

 

Standard accessories for the control panels include:

bulletAutomatic Timer to Close - Plug in timer automatically closes the door after a set time period. This is turned on and off by the standard Auto / Hand keyed selector switch.
bulletCard Reader / Security Connections for Existing Building Security System. Terminals are provided so the existing Thorn security system can tie into and control the door system.
bulletLoop Detectors - standard panel is prepared for one Shrokman 120 VAC plug in self tuning loop detector.
bulletRemote 3 button stations- standard panel is prepared to accept two remote push button stations without modification.
bulletRadio Controls - prepared for Shrokman Single Button, Two Button & Three Button radio control receivers. Sequence of operations varies via terminal connections inside the control panel.
bulletPull Cords - terminals provided for two separate sequences.
bulletMotion Sensors - provisions provided to have the motion sensors operate for standard automatic operation or as safety only devices.
bulletVehicle Presence Sensor - unique system senses presence of vehicles in opening. System in most cases does not sense pedestrians.
bulletHeadlight Sensor - Mounted on the door, this unit activates the door by flashing the headlights on any vehicle. This is a plug in accessory.
bulletSmart Post - Guard posts that include photo-eyes and presence sensors for automatic opening or safety.

 

DOOR TYPES CURRENTLY BEING OPERATED BY THE CU1DFI CONTROL SYSTEM:

Rolling Steel Fire Doors

Rolling Steel Service Doors

Sectional Overhead doors

Sliding Doors

Megadoor Vertical Lifting Fabric

M & I Fabric Doors

Gate Operators

 

MOTOR TYPES:

Single Speed (Standard)

Two Speed (Option)

Inverter Motors (Option)

DC (Option)

MAIN LINE VOLTAGE: 460 Volts

PHASE: 3 Phase

MOTOR SIZE: 1/3 TO 5 H.P.

BRAKE: Full Voltage (std) & prewired for remote braking - standard or instantaneous.

DC (Option)

 

LIMIT SWITCH REQUIREMENTS:

 

1 (QTY) Normally Closed Open Limit Switch

1 (QTY) Normally Closed Close Limit Switch

Prepared to accept as standard:

N.C. Advance Open Limit

N.C. Advance Close Limit

 

REVERSING EDGE REQUIREMENTS

 

Electric - 2 wire, 3 wire, 4 wire (Standard)

Pneumatic - 2 wire N.O. or N.C.

 

 

 

UNIVERSAL DOOR CONTROL PANEL

FOR USE ON ALL MOTORIZED DOORS.

 

DAIMLERCHRYSLER CORPORATION

CHELSEA PROVING GROUNDS

CHELSEA, MICHIGAN

 

SECTION 08370

POWER-OPERATED DOOR CONTROLS

 

 

 

PART 1 - GENERAL

 

 

  1. REFERENCES

 

 

    1. - NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code (NEC).
    2. - NFPA 79 - Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
    3. - UL 508A - Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
    4. - IEC 529, IEC 947-1
    5. - CSA - C22.2 Special Industrial Control Assemblies

1.02 SUBMITTALS

    1. Submit manufacturer’s catalog information regarding the application of this special control panel.
    2. Shop Drawings
      1. Submittals to include wiring schematics as well as riser diagrams for each type of door used in the facility, including dimensions and wiring diagram for each type of operator.
      2. All accessories that can be wired into the system must be included in the submittal.
      3. Submittals must include wiring diagrams for each type of motor operation listed below.
    3. Maintenance Instructions
      1. Submit maintenance and troubleshooting instructions for control panels.
      2. Provide training classes for Chrysler personnel on application and use of control panels.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

MANUFACTURERS: Advanced Systems Inc., Birmingham Michigan 48009  Attn: Dan McDonald 734-449-8876     Advanced Systems Tennessee Engineering Office, Hendersonville Tennessee 37075  Attn: George Shrokman 615-826-5559

Control panel shall be designed to operate all types of upward acting doors used in the facility, and incorporate circuitry that enables the tenant in each area to modify the operation of the door system without completely wiring the control panel. The design shall incorporate expansion capabilities for various types of motors and drive accessories. Relay Logic panels shall include pilot light diagnostics for all internal components.

2.01 CONTROL EQUIPMENT

    1. POWER
      1. Control panels shall be prepared for connection to a 460V Three Phase power source.
    2. ENCLOSURE – Saginaw SCE-30EL2408LP or owner approved equal.
      1. NEMA 12 rated, "Design Line" style enclosure, 30" high x 24" wide x 8" deep.
      2. Doors must be designed to be easily removed and interchanged.
      3. Compression stops installed to insure optimum gasket performance.
      4. Minimum of two slotted quarter turn oil-tight latches secure the door, with a minimum of one key lock installed in the top latch position. Key lock to match existing control panel keying.
      5. Cover and enclosure are phosphatized, primed and finished.
      6. Enclosure will have expansion room for additional motor circuitry required for two speed motors, Variable frequency drives, as well as special motor braking systems.
    3. DISCONNECT - Square D 9421-NC3 with NW2 Handle or owner approved equal.
      1. Disconnect rating - 30 AMP, with Class J Rejection Fuses.
      2. NEMA 4/4X rated Selector handle.
      3. Handle is lockable with three padlocks
      4. 30 AMP double break contacts
      5. provide terminal shrouds & fuse covers for "touch-sage" protection.
    4. DISCONNECT FUSING - Bussman "Low-Peak Yellow" Fuses or owner approved equal.
      1. Provide main fusing in disconnect for proper operation per NEC & UL.
      2. Dual-Element, Time-Delay -- 10 Seconds (minimum) at 500% rated current.
      3. Interrupting rating - 300,000A RMS SYM. (U.L.)
    5. TRANSFORMERS - Square D Type K or owner approved equal.
      1. Machine tool grade transformers.
      2. 10 year transformer warranty.
      3. Minimum 150 VA for 120 VAC circuitry
      4. Minimum 100 VA for 24 VAC circuitry.
      5. One side of the transformer shall be grounded.
    6. TRANSFORMER FUSING - Bussman Products
      1. Provide 600 V rated fusing for transformer primary circuits.
      2. Provide 250V rated fusing for all transformer secondary circuits.
    7. MOTOR CONTACTORS - Square D / Telemecanique D-Line or owner approved equal.
      1. Contacts rated 5 HP at 460 VAC
      2. AC3 rating - 9 amps, AC1 rating 20 AMPS
      3. 24 VAC coil voltage, with coil wire insulation rated at 180 degree centigrade.
      4. Top Mounted Auxiliary Contacts
      5. Insulation Voltage - 1000 V
      6. IP 20 Fingersafe Terminal Protection.


    8. THERMAL OVERLOAD RELAYS - Square D / Telemecanique D-line or owner approved equal.
      1. Adjustable overload to be sized per motor application.
      2. Mounted directly below motor starter.
      3. Separate Stop and reset functions with switchable manual or automatic reset.
      4. Trip test button on the front cover with protected lockable indicator.
      5. Manual/auto reset selector and setting dial cover can be sealed against tampering from original setting.
      6. Provide isolated NO and NC contacts (600 V Insulation) for wiring to "Overload Tripped" pilot light on panel face.
    9. CONTROL RELAYS - Square D Type KU - Spade Terminals
      1. Provide relay with Manual Operator to speed circuit testing, allowing the relay to be manually switched to simulate normal operation.
      2. Provide Neon Internal Pilot Light indication to show when the relay is energized.
      3. Industry Standard wiring and pin arrangements.
      4. 10 AMP Contact Rating
    10. TIMERS - Square D - Class 9050 - Type JCK
      1. Provide Timers as required in the control system to make door operate as required.
      2. Contact Raging - 10 AMP
      3. DPDT Contacts ( 2 NO and 2 NC)
      4. Transient Protected.
    11. AUXILIARY SOCKET FOR LOOP DETECTOR - Square D - Class 9050
      1. Provide an 11 pin socket, prewired for installation of loop detector.
    12. PUSH BUTTONS - Square D - Oil tight 30MM - Series 9001
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Color per NFPA 79
      3. Metallic guard around operator head
    13. PILOT LIGHTS - Square D - Oil tight 30MM - Series 9001
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Push-to-Test type
      3. Metallic guard around operator head
    14. SELECTOR SWITCHES - Square D - Oil tight 30MM - Series 9001
      1. NEMA 4 - 4X rating
      2. Metallic guard around operator head
    15. WIRING DUCT - Gould - Black - 1" x 3" with round holes.
    16. TERMINAL BLOCKS - Square D - Class 9080
      1. 600 V - 50 AMP Rating
      2. "Touch-Safe" Design
      3.  
    17. WIRE
      1. Colors per NFPA 79
        1. Black - Line, load, and control circuits at line voltage.
        2. Red - AC control circuits at less than line voltage.
        3. Blue - DC control circuits.
        4. Yellow - Interlock control circuits supplied from an external power source.
        5. Green - Equipment grounding conductor.
        6. White - Grounded circuit conductor.

 

CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN PARAMETERS

The control panel shall incorporate into the standard circuitry provisions to operate any upward acting door in the facility.

The control panel shall incorporate the following features.

  1. MOTOR TYPES
    1. Standard control panel shall have provisions for operation of single speed 460V Three Phase motors.
    2. Two speed motors can be used with the addition of the required contactors, without modifying the basic secondary control circuits.
    3. Variable frequency drives can be substituted in the panel without modifying the basic secondary control circuits.
  2. MOTOR BRAKE SYSTEMS
    1. Standard control panel shall have provisions at the terminal strip for three types of brake operations.
      1. Standard solenoid or line voltage brake used on slow moving types of doors.
      2. Standard DC or AC braking, used with single speed or two speed brake motors.
      3. Instantaneous braking of DC or AC brake, used with single and two speed motors, as well as variable frequency drive units.
  3. RELAY LOGIC WITH DIAGNOSTICS
    1. Panel design will provide visual diagnostics inside the control panel.
    2. Each limit switch on the drive will drive a separate relay, which has pilot light and push to test capabilities.
    3. Each relay will be labeled with the function, and pilot light sequence.
    4. Labels shall provide diagnostic functions at each position.
  4. LIMIT SWITCH DIAGNOSTICS
    1. Each limit switch on the door operator shall drive a pilot indicator light, showing the limit switch condition.
    2. A push button inside the control panel shall enable maintenance personnel to check the operation of the limit switch without running jumper wires.
    3. All control panels will have provisions for five limit switches.
      1. Supervision Limit Switch(Chain hoist, Break-Away, Hand Crank, Main Limit, Etc.)
      2. Door Full Open Limit Switch
      3. Advance Open Limit Switch
      4. Advance Close Limit Switch
      5. Door Full Closed Limit Switch

  5. REVERSING EDGE RESET AND PILOT LIGHT
    1. A Push-to-Test pilot light and reset button indicating the reversing edge has tripped shall be mounted on the face of the control panel.
    2. When the reversing edge has been tripped, the door will stop, pilot light on panel face will energize, and The door will go to the fully open position. The door will remain there until the reset button located on the panel face is pressed.
    3. Provide circuit design so the reversing edge circuit can be checked by pressing a test button inside the control panel..
  6. STANDARD AND FAIL-SAFE REVERSING EDGE CIRCUITRY
    1. Control circuitry will provide installation and operation of the standard facility reversing edges or fail safe design reversing edges via installation of one jumper wire at a terminal block location.
    2. Circuitry will be such that the Pilot light and reset button on the panel face shall work for both types of edges.
  7. AUXILIARY PUSH BUTTONS
    1. The terminal strip shall contain provisions for at least two remote stop pushbuttons in the control circuit, as well as the panel face stop button.
    2. Provisions shall be made for installation of remote open and close buttons.
  8. DELAY TO REVERSE CIRCUIT
    1. Each panel shall have a delay to reverse circuit with adjustable time of .1 to 1.9 seconds.
    2. As the door is closing, and any reversing or activation device is activated, the door shall stop, the timer will activate and time out, and then send the door to the fully open position.
    3. Circuitry shall be tied in with the brake circuitry to enable proper brake operation.
  9. DOOR POSITION INDICATION
    1. Provide terminals at the terminal strip to indicate the door fully open or fully closed.
    2. Contacts for each position - 1 NO and 1 NC
  10. OVERLOAD TRIPPED PILOT LIGHT
    1. Provide pilot light indication on face of control panel to indicate when the thermal motor overload is in a tripped position.
    2. Pilot light is to be push to test design.
    3. Circuit design to incorporate remote reset capabilities for future expansion and tie in with remote PLC systems, such as AGV’s, etc.
  11. MAIN CONTROL CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
    1. The main control circuit shall be operated at 24VAC to help reduce shock hazard.
    2. Terminals shall be provided at the main terminal strip for access to 24 VAC for accessories.
  12. AUXILIARY DEVICE VOLTAGE PROVISIONS
    1. Provide a 120 VAC transformer in the circuit for accessory adaption.
    2. Terminals shall be provided for access to 120 VAC power for accessories.
  13. HAND / AUTO SELECTOR SWITCH
    1. Provide a selector switch on the panel face for sequencing as per the "Sequence of Operations" section.

 

SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

  1. Power on - Selector Switch in HAND position.
    1. Door Fully Closed
      1. Momentary contact on the Open push button sends the door to the fully open position.
      2. Momentary Contact open/close devices send the door to the fully open position.
      3. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
      4. External reversing devices have no effect
    2. Door Fully Open
      1. Momentary pressure on the close pushbutton starts the door closed.
      2. Momentary Contact open/close devices start the door closed.
      3. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
      4. External reversing devices have no effect
    3. Door Moving Closed
      1. Momentary pressure on the stop button immediately stops the door.
      2. Open button has no effect
      3. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      4. External reversing devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      5. Automatic open/timed close devices have no effect.
  2. Power on - Selector Switch in AUTO position.
    1. Door Fully Closed
      1. Momentary contact on the Open push button sends the door to the fully open position.
      2. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices send the door to the fully open position.
      3. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices send the door to the fully open position.
      4. External reversing devices have no effect.
    2. Door Fully Open
      When the door reaches the fully open position, and the open limit switch is tripped, an automatic close timer is energized.
      1. Momentary contact on the Close push button sends the door down.
      2. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices send the door to down.
      3. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices reset the automatic close timer, and the cycle begins timing from 0 seconds..
      4. External reversing devices reset the automatic close timer, and the timing cycle begins timing from 0 seconds..

    3. Door Moving Closed
      1. Momentary pressure on the stop button immediately stops the door.
      2. Open button has no effect.
      3. Momentary Contact Open/Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      4. External reversing devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      5. Automatic Open/Timed Close devices stop, delay and reverse the door to the fully open position.
      6. Reversing door edge stops, delays and reverse the door to the fully open position. NOTE: The door will not automatically close until the Reversing edge reset button is pressed.


 

 

 

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