Comfort 830 - Marantec

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Comfort 830 - Marantec

Comfort 830

Operator system for sliding entrance doors

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Installation and operating instructions

GB


1. Meaning of symbols

Symbols for control unit and operator Advice

Photocell

End position OPEN

Automatic timer function

End position CLOSED

Control reference point

Malfunction

Impulse

Operation, voltage

Closing edge safety device

Stop

External control elements

Electronic aerial

Caution!

Danger of personal injuries!

The following safety advice must be

observed at all times so as to avoid

personal injuries!

Attention!

Danger of material damage!

The following safety advice must be

observed at all times so as to avoid

material damages!

Advice / Tip

Control

Reference

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i

Type plate control unit

Type:

Art.-No.:

Product-No.:

Type plate operator

Typ:

Art.-No.:

Product-No.:


2. Table of contents

1. Meaning of symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

2. Table of contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

3. General safety advice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

4. Overview of the product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

4.1 Supply package Comfort 830 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

4.2 Mounting versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

5. Preparation for mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

5.1 General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

5.2 Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

5.3 Plan of door and foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

6. Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

6.1 Mounting of the floor console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

6.2 Mounting of the operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

6.3 Adjustment of the toothed rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

6.4 Mounting the toothed rack to the door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

6.5 Mounting the reference point magnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

6.6 Emergency release in case of power failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

6.7 Connection of external control elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

7. Hand transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

7.1 Operation and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

7.2 Coding of the hand transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26

8. Control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

8.1 Overview of the control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

8.2 Overview on the display functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

9. Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

9.1 General notes on programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

9.2 Programming of the basic level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

9.3 Extended operator functions (only for specialist personnel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37

10. Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43

10.1 Display of the messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43

10.2 Overview of the error numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

10.3 Trouble-shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

11. Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

11.1 Wiring plan Comfort 830 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

11.2 Summary on spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48

11.3 Technical details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50

11.4 Manufacturer's Declaration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

11.5 EC Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

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3. General safety advice

Please read carefully!

Target group

Mounting, installation and initial operation of this operator may only be carried out by specialist personnel!

Qualified and trained specialist personnel are persons

• who have knowledge of the general and special safety regulations,

• who have knowledge of the relevant electro-technical regulations,

• with training in the use and maintenance of suitable safety equipment,

• with sufficient training and supervision by electricians,

• who are able to recognize the special hazards involved when working with electricity.

Warranty

For a warranty with respect to functioning and safety the advices in these instructions have to be observed.

Disregarding these warnings may lead to personal injuries or material damages. The manufacturer will not be liable

for damages that might occur when neglecting this advice.

Batteries, fuses and bulbs are excluded from warranty.

To avoid installation mistakes and damages to the door and operator please follow exactly the mounting advice in these

installation instructions. The system may only be used after thorough information on the respective mounting and

installation instructions.

Please keep these installation and operating instructions for further use. They contain important advice for operation,

checks and maintenance.

This item is produced according to the directives and standards mentioned in the Manufacturer's Declaration and in the

Declaration of Conformity. The product has left the factory in perfect condition with regard to safety.

Power-driven windows, doors and gates for industrial use must be checked before initial operation and if necessary,

but at least once a year by a specialist (with documentation in writing)!

Correct use

The operator is meant to be used exclusively to open and close sliding entrance doors.

Beside the advice in these instructions please observe the general precautions and safety regulations!

Our sales and supply terms and conditions are effective.

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3. General safety advice

Please read carefully!

Advice for installation of the operator

• Make sure that the door is in mechanical good condition.

• Make sure, that the door is balanced.

• Make sure that the door opens and closes correctly.

• Remove all components that are not required (e.g. cords, chains, angles etc.).

• Switch off all devices which will not be needed after the operator is installed.

• Before cabling works the operator has to be disconnected by all means from power supply and a waiting time

of 10 sec. has to be kept in order to be sure that the operator is without power.

• Observe the local safety regulations.

• Always lay mains and control cables separately. The control voltage is 24 V DC.

• Only mount the operator when the door is closed.

• Install all impulse and control devices (e.g. RC code keypad) within sight to the door and in a safe distance to

movable parts of the door. A minimum mounting height of 1,5 m has to be kept.

• Following installation, ensure that door parts do not protrude onto public footpaths or streets.

Advice for initial operation of the operator

After initial operation, the door system operating personnel or their proxies must be familiarised with the use of the

system

• Make sure that no child will play with the door control unit.

• Before movement of the door make sure that there are neither persons nor objects in the operating grange of the

door.

• Test all existing emergency command devices.

• Never insert your hands into a running door or moving parts.

Advice for maintenance of the operator

To guarantee a function without faults, check and, if necessary, repair the following points. Always disconnect

the operator from power supply before carrying out any works at the door system.

• Check monthly whether the operator reverses as soon as the door meets an obstacle. For this put a 50 mm wide

obstacle in the door travel path.

• Check the settings of the "OPEN" and "CLOSE" automatic cut-out function.

• Check all movable parts of the door and operator system.

• Check the door system for signs of wear or damages.

• Check whether the door can be easily moved by hand.

Advice for cleaning the operator

For cleaning never use: direct jet of water, high pressure cleaner, acids or lye.

• Clean the operator with a dry cloth if necessary.

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4. Overview of the product

4.1 Supply package Comfort 830

Standard supply package

4.1 / 1

G

H

A Operator

B Hand transmitter

C Floor console

D Learning plug

E Visor clip

F Mounting angles

G Magnet holder kit

H Screw kit

A B

C

F

D

E

Beside the standard supply package the following

accessory is required for mounting:

- Toothed rack

Toothed racks

The operator can be combined with four different

toothed racks.

Special 431 (M4)

Aluminium toothed rack profile with plastic toothed rack

Special 432 (M4)

Steel toothed rack profile with plastic toothed rack

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4.1 / 2

4.1 / 3

I J

I

K

K

L

J

L

I J

L

M

M

Special 441 (M4)

Aluminium toothed rack profile with plastic

toothed rack segment and cable duct

4.1 / 4

K

M


4. Overview of the product

Special 471

Plastic toothed rack with steel core

4.1 / 5

4.1 / 6

N

The supply package of the toothed rack contains:

I Toothed rack profile

J Toothed rack segments

K Fixing screws

L End position damper

M Clamping device

N Plastic toothed rack with steel core

The quantity of the supplied components depends on

the door length.

Optional accessories for variable mounting

O

O Heavy-duty dowels

(Special accessory, Art.-No.: 8 054 224)

4.2 Mounting versions

The operator can be mounted in two different

versions.

Standard mounting

Version flush with floor including dowel kit

Variable mounting

Variable version with heavy-duty dowels

as special accessories (Art.-No.: 8 054 224)

A Upper level finished floor (OFF)

X Measurement depends on the toothed rack used

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4.2 / 1

260

4.2 / 2

260

165

165

240

X

240

X

A

A


5. Preparation for mounting

5.1 General notes

The pictures in these instructions are not true-to-scale.

The sizes are always indicated in millimetres (mm)!

Depending on the opening direction the operator can

be mounted on the right or on the left side of the

door. These instructions show the mounting on the

right side.

For correct mounting you will need the following tools:

5.1 / 1

13

ø 8 ø 10

ø 7 6

5 2

ø 3,5 ø 4,5

5.2 Checks

Attention!

Before you start to work, please always

check the following points in order to

guarantee correct mounting.

Supply package

• Check whether the supply package is complete.

• Check whether all accessories required for your

installation situation are at hand:

- Toothed rack profile

- Heavy-duty dowels (only for variable mounting)

Foundation

• Check the intended position of the operator:

- The mounting of the operator must be carried out

on the inside with the door closed.

• - The operator must not be mounted in the

clearance (q)!

• Check whether there is a suitable foundation.

• Check the laying of the supply line.

Pay attention that the cable comes out on operator

position (A). The minimum requirement for the earth

cable is 3x1,5 mm 2 .

Door

• Check whether the sliding gate to be operated fulfils

the following conditions:

- The door has to be mounted horizontally, i.e. no

slope in travel direction.

• - In closed position the door should project the clear

driveway by at least 250 mm on the installation

side.

• - The closing edges must be equipped with a flexible

door sealing profile.

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5. Preparation for mounting

5.3 Plan of door and foundation

5.3 / 1

A Empty conduit for supply line / control cable (see point 6)

B Control cable

C Supply line

p Door length

q Clear driveway

r Opening direction

s Frost-proof depth

p

q

r

x Thickness of the door + distance to the wall

A

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≥ 250

180

s

x

B

C

X

80

60

≥ 250 + x

≥ 420

X


6. Mounting

6.1 Mounting of the floor console

6.1.1 Standard mounting

6.1.1 / 1

M8 x 16

• Screw the console to the two angles.

6.1.1 / 2

q

C

F

Attention!

The console must be aligned to the

door so that the spur gear will grip into

the toothed rack in every door position.

A

B

= =

E

195

D

86 Y

A Wall

B Door

C Screw area for the toothed rack

D Empty conduit for supply line / control cable

E Floor console

F Foundation

q Clear driveway

• Align the floor console parallel to the door.

• Measure the distance from the outer door edge to

the operator. Observe measurement Y.

Special 431: Y = 63

Special 432: Y = 63

Special 441: Y = 63

Special 471: Y = 73

• Drill the holes for the dowels according to the

drilling scheme.

6.1.1 / 3

• Insert the dowels.

• Guide the control cable (G) and the supply line (H)

through the screwing (I) of the floor console.

• Fix the floor console.

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8x60

I

G

H


6. Mounting

6.1.2 Variable mounting with heavy-duty dowels

6.1.2 / 1

M8 x 16

• Screw the console to the two angles, so that the

angles show to the outside.

6.1.2 / 2

q

C

F

Attention!

The console must be aligned to the

door so that the spur gear will grip into

the toothed rack in every door position.

A

B

= =

E

300

D

86 Y

A Wall

B Door

C Screw area for the toothed rack

D Empty conduit for supply line / control cable

E Floor console

F Foundation

q Clear driveway

• Align the floor console parallel to the door.

• Measure the distance from the outer door edge

to the operator. Observe measurement Y.

Special 431: Y = 63

Special 432: Y = 63

Special 441: Y = 63

Special 471: Y = 73

• Drill the holes for the heavy-duty dowels according

to the drilling scheme.

Pay attention to the drilling depth of the heavy-duty

dowels!

6.1.2 / 3

• Insert the dowels.

• Fix the dowels tight with the nut.

• Guide the control cable (G) and the supply line (H)

through the screwing (I) of the floor console.

• Put the floor console onto the threaded rods.

• Arrange for the setscrews.

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G

I

H

40

50

ø 8


6. Mounting

6.2 Mounting of the operator

6.2 / 1

• Remove the two screws (A).

• Remove the housing cover.

6.2 / 2

A

C

• Remove screw (B).

A

Advice:

After mounting and programming is

finished, the operator has to be closed

in reverse order!

B

• Take the control unit (C) out of the operator.

• Guide the control lead (D) and the supply line (E)

through the operator from below.

• Screw the operator to the floor console.

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6.2 / 3

M8 x 110

D

E


6. Mounting

• Connect the supply line meeting your installation

situation.

Mounting the operator inside right

supplied version)

6.2 / 4

Mounting the operator inside left

6.2 / 5

Legend cabling plans:

C Motor capacitor

H40 Signal light

S10 Switch emergency hand operation

M1 Motor with thermal overload protection

X1 Power line (from building)

bk black

bl blue

rd red

wt white

vi violet

• Connect the control unit with the control cable

according cabling plan (point 6.7).

• Mount the cabled control unit (C) into the operator.

• Tighten screw (B).

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6.2 / 6

C

B


6. Mounting

6.3 Adjustment of the toothed rack

6.3.1 Special 431, 432 and Special 441

6.3.1 / 1 6.3.1 / 2

p

The toothed rack profiles are supplied in two standard

lengths: 2.000 mm and 4.000 mm.

In the ideal case the door length (p) corresponds to

the sum of the joined standard lengths. Then a change

of the profiles is not necessary.

In case the door length does not correspond to one

of the standard length:

• Join the toothed rack profiles.

• Mark the door length (p).

A projection can be cut with a metal saw

(only if necessary).

To mount the first end position damper:

• Drill two holes for the screws of the clamping device.

6.3.1 / 3

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ø7

A

15

B

• Insert the end position damper (A) and the clamping

device (B) into the toothed rack profile.

• Screw on the clamping device (B).

10

15


6. Mounting

6.3.1 / 4

• Joint he toothed rack segments until the required

measurement (q = door length - approx. 160 mm)

is reached.

In case the segments are longer than the necessary

length:

• Cut the projecting part.

6.3.1 / 5

q

• Slide the toothed rack segments into the toothed

rack segment profile.

6.3.1 / 6

• Insert the end position damper (A) and the clamping

device (B) into the toothed rack profile.

6.3.1 / 7

B A

Attention!

The toothed rack segments must have

a slight tension in the completely

mounted toothed rack.

Otherwise malfunction and damages

to the toothed rack could result.

To mount the second end position damper:

• Press the clamping device (B) into the profile until the

toothed rack segments (C) are under slight tension.

• Mark the two drill points of the clamping device on

the profile.

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B

C


6. Mounting

6.3.1 / 8

B

• Pull the clamping device (B) and the end position

damper (A) out of the toothed rack profile.

• Drill the two holes you marked before to screw on

the clamping device.

6.3.1 / 9

B

A

A

• Insert the end position damper (A) and the clamping

device (B) again into the toothed rack profile.

• Screw on the clamping device (B).

6.3.2 Special 471

6.3.2 / 1

• Assemble as much toothed rack segments

as required in length for your door situation.

6.3.2 / 2

Any projecting part can be cut with a metal saw

(only if necessary).

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6. Mounting

6.4 Mounting the toothed rack

to the door

6.4 / 1

i

Attention!

To get a correct function of the system,

observe the following points:

- The console must be firmly screwed

to the floor.

- The operator must be firmly screwed

to the console.

- The operator must be unlocked.

- It must be possible to move the door

by hand.

Reference:

To unlock the operator please look up

chapter 6.6.

• Move the door to the CLOSED position.

• Put the toothed rack onto the spur gear so that it

will engage.

The mounting height of the toothed rack depends on

the mounting version.

Standard mounting

Attention!

In order to guarantee a faultless door

travel, the measurement X (+/- 5mm)

must be kept during installation.

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6.4 / 2

A

X

C Upper level finished floor (OFF)

Measurement X:

Special 431: 165 mm

Special 432: 165 mm

Special 441: 175 mm

Special 471: 165 mm

With differences of more than 5 mm:

• Mount a suitable device to the door.

C

A

For fine adjustment (+/- 5 mm) the height of the

operator can be changed with the screws (A).


6. Mounting

6.4 / 3

• Align the toothed rack horizontally.

• Use a clamp to fix the rail on the other side.

Variable mounting

Attention!

In order to guarantee a faultless door

travel, the measurement X (+/- 10mm)

must be kept during installation.

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6.4 / 4

B

A

X

C Upper level finished floor (OFF)

Measurement X:

Special 431: 190 mm

Special 432: 190 mm

Special 441: 200 mm

Special 471: 190 mm

With differences of more than 10 mm:

• Mount a suitable device to the door.

A

C

B

For fine adjustment (+/- 10 mm) the height of

the operator can be changed with the screws (A+B).


6. Mounting

6.4 / 5

• Align the toothed rack horizontally.

• Use a clamp to fix the rail on the other side.

6.4 / 6

Attention:

To get a correct door travel, the screws

have to be tightened.

Observe the depth of screwing

(max 5 mm).

The three toothed rack versions (A) require different

screwing points to the door (B):

Special 431 / 441

Aluminium version

Special 432

Steel version

B A

100 360 360 100

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6.4 / 7

6.4 / 8

B

A

100 360 360 100

Special 471

Plastic version

6.4 / 9

B A

240 100 240 100 240


6. Mounting

6.4 / 10

6.4 / 11

Attention:

For a correct door travel it is important

to keep a distance of 1 - 2 mm

between the toothed rack and the

spur gear.

1-2

100

• Fix the rail at the first screw point according to the

respective drill pattern.

6.4 / 12

• Loosen the clamp.

• Open the door by approx. 500 mm at a time.

• Then fix the rail to the currently open door section

and screw it on according the respective drill pattern.

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6.4 /13

• Open the door completely.

• Fix the rail to the last section and screw it

on according to the respective drill pattern.

Test:

The door has to be moved once to the

OPEN position and once to the CLOSED

position in order to check whether the

rail engages with the spur gear on its

total length.


6. Mounting

6.5 Mounting the reference point

magnet

Attention!

The door needs a mechanical end stop

in both directions in order to operate

the system without risk.

The door operator is cut-out in the end positions

"door open" and "door closed" without mechanical

end switches but with electronic microprocessor

control. A reference point sensor that is integrated in

the control unit is activated by a magnet and registers

the actual door position.

6.5 / 1

800-1000

• Determine the position for the reference point

magnet.

The mounting of the magnet depends on the toothed

rack used.

Special 431

Version: aluminium without cable duct

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6.5 / 2

B4,2 x 16

Special 432

Version: steel

6.5 / 3

B4,2 x 16

Special 441

Version: aluminium with cable duct

6.5 / 4

B4,2 x 19

• Mount the magnet to the magnet bracket.

• Mount the magnet bracket to the toothed rack at

the determined position.


6. Mounting

Special 471

Plastic toothed rack with steel core

6.5 / 5

B4,2 x 16

• Mount the magnet to the toothed rack.

Attention!

The distance between magnet (A) and

reference point sensor (B) must be

5 - 10 mm!

Please keep this measurement by all

means in order to avoid malfunctions!

• Check the distance from the magnet (A) to the

reference point sensor (B).

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6.5 / 6

A

15 ± 2

5 - 10

B


6. Mounting

6.6 Emergency release in case of power

failure

Unlocking

6.6 / 1

B

• Open the protective cover (A).

A

• Insert the key into the lock and turn it clockwise

by 180˚.

6.6 / 2

Caution!

Risk of trapping when actuating the

emergency release lever.

B

• Turn out the emergency release lever (B) by 90˚.

The gear is now separated mechanically and the door

can be moved by hand. At the same time the control

unit is cut out.

Locking

6.6 / 3

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B

• Turn back the emergency release lever (B) by 90˚.

• Insert the key into the lock and turn it counter

clockwise by 180˚.

• Close the protective cover (A).

The gear is now connected mechanically to the shaft

and the door can be power-operated. At the same

time the control unit is switched on.


6. Mounting

6.7 Connection of external control elements

6.7 / 1

i

Attention!

To avoid damages to the control unit:

- only connect potential-free closing contacts to the terminals 1 and 2 (A).

- don't insert the short-circuit plug (C) into socked (E)!

G

A

A Connection of control elements on site without Marantec system cabling only to the connecting terminals:

1 GND

2 Impulse

3 24 V DC max. 50 mA

B Socket for "external closing edge safety device"

When connecting any element the short-circuit plug (C) must be removed.

C Short-circuit plug

D Socket for "external control elements"

When connecting any element the short-circuit plug (C) must be removed.

E Socket for "electronic aerial" or "external photocell"

F Connection cable electronic aerial

G Fuse for control unit (4A)

Reference:

To install external control elements please look up the respective instructions.

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+

P

B C D E F

A

1 2 3


7. Hand transmitter

7.1 Operation and accessories

Operation

7.1 / 1

Caution!

Children are not allowed to operate

the hand transmitters!

Before operating the hand transmitter

make sure that there are neither

persons nor objects in the operating

range of the door.

D

B

C

A Operating button

B Operating button

C Battery - transmission control light

D Socket for learning plug

E Back of hand transmitter

F Battery 3V CR 2032

A

D

The operating buttons (A + B) can be programmed

with different functions.

Possible functions are for example:

Operating button A:

Impulse for door OPEN / door CLOSE

Operating button B:

External light

i

Reference:

The programming of the hand

transmitters (RC remote controls)

for the operator control unit used is

described in chapter 9.2.5.

Change batteries

• Open the back of the hand transmitter (E) e.g.

with a coin.

• Change the battery (F) and observe right poling.

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7.1 / 2

Accessory

7.1 / 3

1

F

E

Visor clip to attach the hand transmitter to a visor

in the car.


7. Hand transmitter

7.2 Coding of the hand transmitters

7.2.1 Learn coding

This function is meant to transfer the coding of

an existing hand transmitter (Master) to an additional

hand transmitter.

7.2.1 / 1

Caution!

Before operating the hand transmitter

please make sure that there are neither

persons nor objects in the operating

range of the door.

• Connect both transmitters with the enclosed learning

plug.

Advice!

The plug connections on both sides

of the hand transmitter can be used

identically.

7.2.1 / 2

• Actuate the master transmitter and hold the button.

The LED on the transmitter is on.

7.2.1 / 3

• Actuate the desired button on the new hand

transmitter while still holding the button on the

master transmitter.

After 1 - 2 sec. the LED on the new transmitter glows

permanently.

The programming is finished.

The new hand transmitter has now taken over the

coding of the master transmitter.

• Remove the learning plug.

Advice!

For multi-channel hand transmitters

the coding process has to be carried

out for every single button separately.

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7. Hand transmitter

7.2.2 Change coding

This function is meant to change the coding of

the remote control in case a hand transmitter has

gone lost.

7.2.2 / 1

• Insert the learning plug into the hand transmitter.

• Short-circuit one of the two outer pins of the

learning plug with the centre lead (e.g. by means

of a screwdriver).

• Actuate the desired button on the hand transmitter.

The integrated random programming determines a

new coding.

The LED is flashing quickly.

As soon as the LED on the hand transmitter glows

permanently, you can release the button on the

transmitter and remove the learning plug.

Advice!

After a new coding of the hand

transmitter the operator for the sliding

gate has to be re-programmed as well

to the new coding as the old coding

has gone lost irrevocably.

For multi-channel hand transmitters the

coding process has to be carried out for

every single button separately.

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8. Control unit

8.1 Overview of the control unit

8.1 / 1

G

F

H A

8

1

2

7 3

6

5 4

1 2 3

E

LED display

A LED for external photocell (only programming)

B LED "OPEN door"

C LED automatic timer function

D LED "CLOSE door"

E LED reference point

F LED malfunction

G LED impulse

H LED voltage

B C I K

Operating elements

I Button + (e.g. to travel the door to the OPEN position or to increase values)

J Button - (e.g. to travel the door to the CLOSE position or to reduce values)

K Button P (e.g. to save values)

D

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P

J


8. Control unit

8.2 Overview on the display functions

Explanation of the LED's

LED off

LED on

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly

After switching on the power the control unit carries

out a self-test:

All LED's glow up for approx. 3 sec.

LED displays in operating mode

Door in end position OPEN

Signal light is on

Signal light is flashing

Door in end position CLOSED

Door passes the reference point

Permanent actuation of a control element

Malfunction

RC remote control is actuated

Operating voltage

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9. Programming

9.1 General notes on programming

The programming is carried out with the buttons +, -,

and P.

If none of the buttons is actuated within 120 sec. in

programming mode, the control unit changes back to

the operating mode.

An error message is displayed accordingly.

9.1.1 Programming levels

The programming of the operator is divided in two

areas:

1. Programming of the basic level:

The basic functions of the operator are programmed

in this level. This programming process is carried out

consecutively and it is compulsory.

To come to the programming of the basic level,

button P must be pressed longer than 2 sec. but less

than 10 sec..

LED 2 is flashing.

2. Programming of the extended

operator functions:

The programming of the extended operator functions

may only be carried out by specialist personnel.

As soon as the button P is pressed longer than 10 sec.,

the control unit changes to the programming of the

extended operator functions.

LED 2 is then flashing quickly.

Advice:

In the extended operator functions

important factory settings can be

changed.

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9. Programming

9.1.2 Reference point

The following is displayed:

In operating mode

The LED shortly lights up when the reference

point is passed

In programming mode

Advice:

The control unit can only be

programmed when the reference point

has been passed electrically.

Therefore the door has to be travelled

1x to the end position OPEN and 1x to

the end position CLOSED before first

programming.

The operator is between the reference point

and the end position OPEN.

The operator is between the reference point

and the end position CLOSED.

9.1.3 Setting the door positions

The programming of the "end position OPEN" and

"end position CLOSED" can be carried out in two ways:

1. Coarse adjustment by permanently holding

a button

The setting is carried out when button + or - is pressed

permanently.

The door travels correspondingly to the OPEN or

CLOSED position.

2. Fine adjustment by a short button impulse

The setting is carried out by a short button impulse

on button + or -. The door does not move during this

procedure.

Every time the button is pressed the end position is

shifted by 4 mm to the respective direction.

To test the end position, the door has to be traveled

over the reference point to the OPEN position or to the

CLOSED position.

During the button impulse the LED 7

is flashing quickly.

Advice:

The control unit travels without

press-and-release.

Legend:

LED off

LED on

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly

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9. Programming

9.2 Programming of the basic level

9.2.1 Programming of the "end position OPEN"

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

The control unit is in

operating mode.

To change to the

programming mode

press button P:

> 2 Sec. < 10 Sec.

Do not hold button P

longer than 10 sec.!

The control unit is in

menu 1 of the basic

programming.

Set the end position

DOOR OPEN.

The reference point

must be passed 1x.

Fine adjustment is carried

out with impulse on

button + or -.

Press button P 1x:

save the end position.

Automatic change to

the programming of the

"end position CLOSED".

9.2.2 Programming of the "end position CLOSED"

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

The control unit is in

menu 2 of the basic

programming.

Set end position DOOR

CLOSED.

The reference point

must be passed 1x.

Fine adjustment is carried

out with impulse on

button + or -.

Press button P 1x:

save the end position.

Automatic change to

the programming of

"power limit OPEN".


9. Programming

9.2.3 Programming of the "power limit OPEN" 9.2.4 Programming of the "power limit CLOSE"

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

The control unit is in

menu 3 of the basic

programming.

Press button + 1x:

The current setting is

displayed.

Set the power limit as

sensitive as possible.

Press button + or -:

Setting in steps from 1

(sensitive) to 16.

Press button P 1x:

save the set value.

Automatic change to

the programming of the

"power limit CLOSE".

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Legend:

LED off

LED on

The control unit is in

menu 4 of the basic

programming.

Press button + 1x:

The current setting is

displayed.

Set the power limit as

sensitive as possible.

Press button + or -:

Setting in steps from

1 (sensitive) to 16.

Press button P 1x:

save the set value.

Automatic change to

the programming of the

"RC remote control".

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly


9. Programming

9.2.5 Programming of the "RC remote control"

Function allocation of the storage places

You can read in up to 3 differently coded functions:

1. Function Impulse

2. Function OPEN

3. Function CLOSE

Select the programming of RC remote control

1.

2.

3.

The control unit is in

menu 5 of the basic

programming.

Press button + 1x:

The first storage place is

selected.

Press button P 1x:

The next storage place

is selected.

Program the RC remote control

(example storage place 1)

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

The first storage place is

selected.

Press button + 1x:

The selected storage

place is ready to be

programmed.

Press the respective

button on the hand

transmitter.

Press button P 1x:

The coding of the hand

transmitter is saved.

Change to the next

storage place.

Advice:

Wrongly programmed coding can be

overwritten with a new coding.

If necessary they can be deleted!


9. Programming

Delete RC remote control - if necessary

(example storage place 1)

1.

2.

3.

4.

The first storage place is

selected.

Press button - 1x:

The selected storage

place is ready to be

deleted.

Press button P 1x:

The coding of the selected

storage place is

deleted.

Change to the next storage

place.

Finish the programming of the RC remote control

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Legend:

LED off

LED on

Press button P until the

third storage place is

selected.

Press button P 1x:

The programming of RC

remote control is terminated.

The control unit changes

to the programming

"reset factory settings".

Press button P 1x:

The programming of the

basic level is terminated.

The control unit is in

operating mode.

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly


9. Programming

9.2.6 Programming of "reset factory settings"

With the reset function all menus can be reset to the

values already set from factory.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

The control unit is in

operating mode.

To change to the

programming mode:

press button P:

> 2 Sec. < 10 Sec.

Do not hold button P

longer than 10 sec.!

Press button P 5x to

get to the menu

"reset factory settings".

Press button + or - 1x:

Selection "no reset" -

all set values remain

unchanged.

Press button - or + 1x:

Selection "reset" -

factory settings are

restored.

Press button P 1x:

Save and terminate

programming.

New start when RESET

has been selected:

All LED's glow up for

2 sec.

The control unit is in

operating mode.

Legend:

LED off

LED on

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly

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9. Programming

9.3 Extended operator functions (only for specialist personnel)

9.3.1 Overview of the extended operator functions

Level Functions Explanation Factory settings

3rd programming

level

Automatic timer

function

4th programming

level

Parameter

6th programming

level

Reversion

modes

8th programming

level

Operating

modes

Open door time The time the door is open before it closes automatically.

Warning time

Warning before start

Early closing after having

passed the photocell

Signal lights

Excess travel stop

The time the signal light is flashing before the door

closes automatically.

The time the signal light flashes before the door starts

to move.

The door closes either after the set open time or earlier

after having passed the photocell.

The signal light function can be set to flashing or to

permanent light.

The time period after which the operator cuts out

without having reached an end position.

Automatic timer

function deactivated

Automatic timer

function deactivated

0 seconds

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No

Permanent light

55 seconds

Offset learned power limit The learned power limit can be set in steps from 1 - 16. Step 10

Sensitivity power limit

Power limit OPEN

Power limit CLOSE

Activation of photocell / photocell

CLOSE

Closing edge safety device

OPEN

Closing edge safety device

CLOSE

The sensitivity of the power limit can be set in steps

from 1 - 16.

Setting whether the operator stops, short or long

reversion.

Setting whether the operator stops, short or long

reversion.

Setting whether the operator stops, short or long

reversion.

Setting whether the operator stops, short or long

reversion.

Setting whether the operator stops, short or long

reversion.

Press-and-release OPEN After start the operator runs to the selected position. On

Press-and-release CLOSE After start the operator runs to the selected position. On

Impulse commands

Direction commands

(Pushbutton OPEN or CLOSE)

Activation of the impulse button when the operator

runs.

Activation of the direction button when the operator

runs.

Step 6

short reversion

short reversion

not existing

not existing

not existing

Yes

No


9. Programming

9.3.2 Programming sequences of the extended

operator functions

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

The control unit is in

operating mode.

Press button P:

> 10 Sec.

Countdown from 8 to

1, then all LED's are on.

Release button P:

The control unit is in the

first level of the extended

operator functions.

Press button P 1x:

Change to the next

level of the extended

functions.

Press button + 1x:

Change to the first

menu of the selected

level.

Press button + 1x:

Display of the current

setting.

Press button + or -:

Change the current

value.

Press button P 1x:

Save the value, display

of the selected level.

If P is pressed without

changing the value,

the setting remains

unchanged!

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10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

Legend:

LED off

LED on

Press button P 1x:

Change to the next

menu in the selected

level.

After the last

programming menu of

the selected level the

control unit displays the

selected level.

Press button P 1x:

The control unit

changes to the next

level.

After the last

programming level the

programming of the

extended operator

functions is terminated.

Press button P 1x:

The programming is

terminated.

The control unit is in

operating mode.

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly


9. Programming

9.3.3 Programming of the extended operator functions

Level 3: Automatic timer function


16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Menu 1: Open door time

255

Seconds

180

Seconds

150

Seconds

120

Seconds

100

Seconds

80

Seconds

50

Seconds

40

Seconds

35

Seconds

30

Seconds

20

Seconds

25

Seconds

15

Seconds

10

Seconds

5

Seconds

Automatic

timer

function

deactivated

Menu 2: Warning time

70

Seconds

65

Seconds

60

Seconds

55

Seconds

50

Seconds

45

Seconds

40

Seconds

35

Seconds

30

Seconds

25

Seconds

20

Seconds

15

Seconds

10

Seconds

5

Seconds

2

Seconds

Automatic

timer

function

deactivated

Menu 3: Warning before start

7

Seconds

6

Seconds

5

Seconds

4

Seconds

3

Seconds

2

Seconds

1

Seconds

0

Seconds


9. Programming

9.3.3 Programming of the extended operator functions

Level 4: Parameter


16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Menu 1: Excess travel stop

220

Seconds

220

Seconds

210

Seconds

200

Seconds

190

Seconds

180

Seconds

160

Seconds

140

Seconds

120

Seconds

100

Seconds

80

Seconds

65

Seconds

55

Seconds

50

Seconds

40

Seconds

30

Seconds

Menu 2: Offset learned power limit

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1


9. Programming

9.3.3 Programming of the extended operator functions

Level 6: Reversion modes


16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Menu 1: Power limit for OPEN direction

not

existing

long

reversion

short

reversion

Stop

Menu 2: Power limit for CLOSE direction

not

existing

long

reversion

short

reversion

Stop

Menu 4: Activation of photocell / photocell for CLOSE direction

not

existing

long

reversion

short

reversion

Stop


9. Programming

9.3.3 Programming of the extended operator functions

Level 8: Operating modes


16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Menu 1: Press-and-release for OPEN direction

ON

OFF

Menu 2: Press-and-release for CLOSE direction

ON

OFF

Menu 3: Impulse - command device active when operator runs


10. Messages

10.1 Display of the messages

Messages at permanent actuation

When actuating operating and safety elements

permanently the current status of the system is

displayed.

1.

2.

Status displays

The control light

MALFUNCTION (6)

glows.

Press button P 1x:

Display of the status

(see below).

IMPULSE button actuated

OPEN button actuated

Closing edge safety device OPEN actuated

CLOSE button actuated

Closing edge safety device CLOSE actuated

Photocell actuated

Static current circuit interrupted

Messages at malfunctions

Malfunctions in the system are displayed by a

corresponding error number.

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1.

2.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

The control light

MALFUNCTION (6) is

flashing.

Press button P 1x:

Display of the error

number (see 10.2).

Message memory

The message memory displays the last 5 messages of

the control unit.

Press button P:

The LED's from

1 - 8 are glowing.

The control unit shows

the current messages.

Press button -:

Old messages are

displayed.

Press button +:

The current message is

displayed.

Press button P:

The display of the

message memory is

finished.

The control unit is in

operating mode.


10. Messages

10.2 Overview of the error numbers

Number Message Display

6 Photocell actuated

7 Programming cancelled

8 Reference point

9 R.P.M sensor defective

10 Power limit

11 Excess travel stop

12

13

15

Testing

closing edge safety device

OPEN not o.k.

Testing

closing edge safety device

CLOSE not o.k.

Testing

photocell not o.k.

Number Message Display

16 Testing power limit

27 Sensitivity power limit

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28

36

Offset learned

Power limit

Static current circuit

interrupted

Legend:

LED off

LED on

LED flashing slowly

LED flashing quickly


10. Messages

10.3 Trouble-shooting

Error Cause Remedy

LED 8 is not glowing. - No voltage. - Check voltage.

- Check mains socket.

- Fuse in the control unit defective. - Check control fuse in the operator (point 6.7).

- Thermal overload protection in power

transformer is active.

- Have transformer cool down.

- Operator is unlocked. - Lock emergency release.

- Control unit defective. - Check control unit (point 6.2):

Separate the operator from power supply / remove cover

of housing / screw off control unit / pull the control unit a

bit out / take off the connecting plug / take out the control

unit.

No reaction on impulse. - Connecting terminals for "Impulse"

button bridged, e.g. by short circuit in

cable or wrong connection.

LED 6 is flashing regularly. - There is a malfunction. When shortly

pressing the button P, one or several

LED's start to flash irregularly.

By adding the respective digits the

error number is calculated.

LED 6 / message 10 - Power limit set too sensitive.

- Door travel too sluggish.

- Door blocked.

LED 6 / message 6 or 15 - External photocell defected or

interrupted.

- To test, separate possibly connected key switches or interior

pushbuttons from the control unit (point 6.7):

Pull the cable out of socket D, insert short-circuit plug (C)

and look for mistakes in cabling.

- Set power limit (point 9.2.3 / point 9.2.4) less sensitive.

- Make door easily movable.

- Remove obstacle or have photocell checked.

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10. Messages

Error Cause Remedy

LED 6 / message 9 - R.P.M. sensor defective. - Have operator checked.

LED 6 / message 27 - Sensitivity power limit set too sensitive

- Door travel too sluggish.

- Door blocked.

LED 6 / message 28 - Offset learned power limit set too

sensitive.

- Door travel too sluggish.

- Door blocked.

LED 6 / message 36 - Short-circuit plug has been removed

(point 6.7), but Stop button not

connected.

Operator only runs to the

OPEN position, but not to

the CLOSE position /

message 15.

LED 7 is not flashing quickly

after impulse from the hand

transmitter.

Operator does not react

after impulse from the hand

transmitter.

- Photocell programmed, but no

photocell connected.

- Set sensitivity of power limit less sensitive

(point 9.3.3 / level 4 / menu 3).

- Make door easily movable.

- Set offset learned power limit less sensitive

(point 9.3.3 / level 4 / menu 2).

- Make door easily movable.

- Connect STOP button or insert plug (point 6.7).

- Re-program photocell function (point 9.3.3 / level 6 / menu 4)

or connect photocell.

- Electronic aerial not plugged in. - Connect aerial with control unit (point 6.7).

- Hand transmitter coding does not

match the receiver coding.

- Check coding (point 9.2.5).

- Battery in hand transmitter empty. - Exchange battery 3V CR 2032 (point 7.1).

- Hand transmitter or control electronics

or electronic aerial defective.

- Not enough voltage of the hand

transmitter battery.

- Distance too large (range below 5 m).

- Have all 3 components checked.

- Exchange battery 3V CR 2032 (point 7.1).

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11. Appendix

11.1 Wiring plan Comfort 830

11.1 / 1

Attention!

Please observe by all means the following points in order to avoid damages:

- Always observe local safety regulations.

- Always lay mains and control cables separately.

- The control voltage is 24 V DC.

- External voltage at sockets X2c, X10, X20 und X31 will completely destroy the electronics.

C Motor capacitor

F1 Fuse (max. 4A)

H40 Signal light

M1 Motor with thermal overload protection

S Main switch 2

S1 "Impulse" button 2

S10 Switch for emergency hand operation

S21 R.P.M. sensor

S22 Reference point sensor

X0 Mains socket 1

X1 Mains supply line with plug 1

Connecting terminals

X2c Command devices

Plug connections

X10 external control elements

X20 electronic aerial

external photocell

X31 Closing edge safety device "open" / "close"

Connection plans for accessories

SKS Closing edge safety device 3

W20 electronic aerial

XS10 external control elements 3

1)on site

2)if existing

3)when connecting, remove short-circuit plug

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11. Appendix

11.2 Summary on spare parts

11.2 / 1

#62 613

#62 612

#8 054 066

#70 638

#8 054 089

#8 005 382

#70 977

#153 385

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11. Appendix

Legend spare parts 11.2/1

Art.-No. Description

8054066 Cover Comfort 830

70638 Control unit Comfort 830

62613 Rpm sensor kit Comfort 830

62612 Reference point kit Comfort 830

8054089 Cable harness Comfort 830

70977 Switch magnet with bracket

8005382 Toothed rack segment M 4

153385 End position damper toothed rack

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11. Appendix

11.3 Technical details

Electrical details

- Nominal voltage 230 V

- Nominal frequency 50 Hz

- Power consumption 1,4 A

- Power input operation 0,3 KW

- Power input stand-by < 4 W

- Operating mode

(connecting period)KB 4 Min.

- Control voltage 24 V DC

- Protection category motor unit IP 54

- Protection class I

Mechanical details

- Push and pull force 500 N

- Travel speed 180 mm/Sec.

- Opening time (door specific)approx. 22 Sec.

General details

- Dimensions motor unit 230x260x200 mm

- Weight 12,0 kg

- Range of temperature -20 to +60 °C

Supply package

- Motor unit Comfort 830

with integrated electronic control unit

- Floor console

- pre-assembled spur gear, module 4

- Multibit remote control, 868 MHz,

including Digital 302 mini hand transmitter,

2-channel

- Lockable emergency release

Features / safety functions

- Universal use for doors up to max. weight of 300 kg

- Reference point technology

- Automatic cut-out

- Anti-lock system

- Excess travel stop

- Automatic timer function

- Electronic travel cut-out

- Signal light connection

- Connection for pushbuttons, code buttons and

key switches

- Connection of potential-free limit switch message

- Error messages

Accessories

- Multibit remote control

- Separate module aerial, 868 MHz, IP 65

- Signal light

- Closing edge safety device

- Photocell

- Transponder systems

- Key switch (pre-cabled)

- Code button (pre-cabled)

- Toothed rack

EN 50081-1

EN 50082-1

EN 55014

EN 61000-3-2

EN 61000-3-3

EN 60335-1

EN 300220-1

EN 301489-3

ETS 300683

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11. Appendix

11.4 Manufacturer's Declaration 11.5 EC Declaration of Conformity

We herewith declare that the product mentioned

below corresponds in its design, construction and

version sold by us to the relevant and basic safety and

health requirements of the following EC regulations:

EMC Directive, Machinery Directive and Low Voltage

Directive.

In case of a product change that is not agreed upon

by us this Declaration will be void.

Product: Comfort 830

Relevant EC Regulations:

- EC EMC Directive (89/336/EWG, 93/68/EWG and

93/44/EWG),

- Machinery Directive

(89/392/EWG, 91/368/EWG, 93/68/EWG and

93/44/EWG) and

- Low Voltage Directive

(73/23/EWG, 93/68/EWG and 93/44/EWG).

Applied harmonised standards, especially:

EN 292-1

EN 50081-1

EN 50082-1

EN 55014

EN 61000-3-2

EN 61000-3-3

EN 60335-1

EN 12445

EN 12453

EN 300220-1

EN 301489-3

ETS 300683

30.06.2004 ppa. Molterer

Marantec Antriebs- und Steuerungstechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Remser Brook 11 · 33428 Marienfeld · Germany

Fon +49 (52 47) 7 05-0

We herewith declare that the product mentioned

below corresponds in its design, construction and

version sold by us to the relevant and basic safety and

health requirements of the following EC regulations:

EMC Directive, Machinery Directive and Low Voltage

Directive.

In case of a product change that is not agreed upon

by us this Declaration will be void.

Product:

Relevant EC Regulations:

- EC EMC Directive (89/336/EWG, 93/68/EWG and

93/44/EWG),

- Machinery Directive

(89/392/EWG, 91/368/EWG, 93/68/EWG and

93/44/EWG) and

- Low Voltage Directive

(73/23/EWG, 93/68/EWG and 93/44/EWG).

Applied harmonised standards, especially:

EN 292-1

EN 50081-1

EN 50082-1

EN 55014

EN 61000-3-2

EN 61000-3-3

EN 60335-1

EN 12445

EN 12453

EN 300220-1

EN 301489-3

ETS 300683

Date / Signature

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Subject to alterations in the interests of technical progress.

Version: 04.2005

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