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1 STOPPY MBB Podłączenie i programowanie

2 PROGRAMOWANIE PERSEO CBD 230.P SD

3 Instalacja Podłączenie centrali PERSEO CBD – STOPPY MBB Nie używane Wył. Krańcowy otwieranie elektrohamulec Diody LED Sygnalizacja dźwiękowa Wyjście alarmu

4 Instalacja Łączenie zapór Do 1 centrali (max 4 szt.)

5 Programming Zaciski centrali

6 Programming Zaciski blok J5 OUT24 Wyjście 24V~, 1A max DIODY LED W CYLINDRZE zasilanie24V~, 100mA max BZ (buzzer) zasilanie 24V~, 100mA max AUX Free contact relay output 500mA max, 24V ac/dc 2nd CH RX Built-in radio receiver 2nd channel N.O. output, 500mA max, 24V ac/dc

7 Programming Wejścia terminal blok J9 START N.O., commands opening and closing, ignored during opening PDM Programmable (FP, Pd e AU) OPEN N.O. for opening. Ideal for timers: when contact re-opens, the bollard closes. CLOSE N.O. for closing (with safeties not engaged) FTC N.C. safety input (photocell). Acts only during closing according to Ft parameter STOP N.C. safety input, stops the automation. During pause time, eliminates the automatic closing. FCA N.O. opening limit switch. Not used

8 Wybór modelu zapory +Następna wartość -Poprzednia wartość F + + 2’’Dostęp do wyboru modelu F + +Zapamiętaj i wyjdź Częstotliwość napięcia (50 lub 60 Hz) wybieramy w III poziomie programowania: STOPPY MBB C STOPPY MBB C

9 Programowanie Wybór parametru Programowanie obejmuje 3 poziomy: od podstawowego 1 do zaawansowanego 3 F 2’’Tryb programowania wciśnij F na 2 sek. +Zwiększ wartość -Zmniejsz wartość FPotwierdź/następny parametr F + +Następny poziom programowania …… I st levelII nd level …… III rd level ……

10 Programowanie 1 poziom programowania ParametrOpisfabrycznieOpcjeOpisUwagi Functioning logic01 00Hold-to-run Works with OPEN and CLOSE held commands. START opens once and closes once. 01Semi automatic Pulse operation, without automatic closing. 02Automatic Close input00 Standard Close 01Close when releasedIdeal x magnetic loops 02Close when released + safety Photocells02 00 During closing, re-opens and waits for commands 01 During closing, re-opens; Re- closes after photocell is free for 1” 02 During closing, re-opens; Re- closes after photocell is free for 5” Not available03

11 Programming 1 st level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes Pre-flashing Pre-flashing time AUX output (with parameter AU=07*). 00: pre-flashing disabled Luci dissuasore00 LEDs flashing during movement, fixed with bollard opened or closed 01 LEDs flashing during movement and with bollard closed, fixed with bollard opened 02Constant flashing 03 LEDs flashing during movement and with bollard opened, fixed with bollard closed Buzzer01 00Buzzer disabled 01Buzzer active during movement * 2 nd level parameter

12 Programming 1 st level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes Reset default parameters 00 No resetting To default the board, select 01 and exit the menu 01 Reset default parameters 02 Not available Pause time (s) Pause time before automatic closing (with parameter LO=02). Memorize settings, exit 1 st level menu

13 Programming 2 nd level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes Request for maintenance 0 00DisabledRequest disabled 01Active on configured outputs At the end of countdown (nt and nl) AUX output activation is programmed (Au=00). 02 Active on configured outputs + double flashing of LED lights As above + double flashing of LED lights Maintenance cycles (thousands) E.g. for maintenance after maneuvers: nt=0.2 and nL=75. The value updates along with maneuvers. Maintenance cycles (millions)

14 Programming 2 nd level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes AUX00 Request for scheduled maintenance If request for maintenance is enabled (SR≠00), at the end of countdown AUX output activates. 01Photocells activationAUX active when photocells engaged 02Not available 03PDM contact activationAUX active when PDM input closed 04Closed bollardAUX active when bollard closed 05Opened bollardAUX active when bollard opened 06STOP contact activatedAUX active when STOP is open 07Pre-flashingAUX active according to PF parameter 08START contactAUX active when START is closed 09OPEN contactAUX active when OPEN is closed 10BlackoutAUX active at power-up 11Assistance required Indicates fault detection in the automation, more specifically, if the limit switch is broken. In any case, the error is reported by a triple flashing of the LED lights.

15 Programming 2 nd level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes TERMON Adjust ΔT (in °Cbetween motor and environment, heating the motor if parameter ≠00 Function can be enabled/disabled through the PDM input (if parameter FP=03*). Slow-down speed Set slow-donw in closing (fixed in opening) Memorize settings, exit 2 nd level menu * 3 rd level parameter

16 Programming 3 rd level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes PDM input polarity00 N.O. input 01 N.C. input AUX output polarity 00 N.O. output In the event of power outage, the contacts will open anyway 01 N.C. output Commands during pause 01 00OFF Commands accepted or rejected during pause time 01ON Special PDM functions 00 No function 01Opening consent Opening allowed only with PDM active. While active, a CLOSE input is ignored 02 Opening consent and pause time reset As above, but in case of automatic logic, the pause time is reloaded. 03TERMON enabling PDM allows to enable/disable TERMON function

17 Programming 3 rd level parameters ParameterDefinitionDefaultOptionsNotes Radio channel 1 command selection 01 00Channel1 disabled 01Channel1 as START 02Channel 1 as OPEN Mains frequency Memorize settings, exit 3 rd level menu

18 Programming Memorizing transmitters PR1:channel radio 1 PR2:channel radio 2 Impulse output  Relay attracted for 1 second  Not used Automatic programming  T1  CH1 T2  CH2  Not used Reset  PR1+PR2 for 10s  Memory reset x 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6

19 Programming Memorizing transmitters x 1 O.…..10s…..

20 Programming Erasing transmitters !!!! The whole memory will be erased. x 6.…..10s…...……………..

21 Programming Diagnostic CodeDescription 01Idle 02Opening 03Stop opening limit switch 04Stop opening 05Closing 06Stop closing limit switch 07Stop closing 08Stop due to photocelll triggering 09Opening due to photocell triggering 10Photocell triggering pause 14Max working time in opening reached 15Max working time in closing reached


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