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Installation Instructions

Commercial Vehicular

Slide Gate Operator

Hydraulic Models: HS670-100-B2

HS670-200-B2

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IMPORTANT!

Installers: Leave this manual with the end user after completing the installation.

Limited One-YearWarranty

LiftMaster gate operators are warranted against deficiencies in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase, providing recommended installation and maintenance procedures are followed. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied (some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so this limitation may not apply to you) and shall be considered void if damage was caused by fire, flood or lightening. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any labor charges incurred in the removal or replacement of deficient parts.

In case of failure due to deficiencies in material or workmanship during the warranty period, the complete gate operator will be repaired or replaced items in warranty. For information on how to obtain replacement parts or a replacement operator under terms of this warranty, contact LiftMaster.

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Contents

General Information_____________________________________________4

Inspection ______________________________________________________________ 4 Specifications ___________________________________________________________ 4 Operator Information______________________________________________________ 5

Safety Information ______________________________________________6

Safety Instructions________________________________________________________ 6 Safety Precautions for Open-Roller Gates and Ornamental “Grill Type” Gates ________ 8

Pre-Installed Check List _________________________________________10

Wiring Specifications ____________________________________________________ 10

Installation ___________________________________________________13

Installation Notes________________________________________________________ 13 Step 1: Concrete Pad____________________________________________________ 13 Step 2: Drive Rail ______________________________________________________ 15 Step 3: Mounting ______________________________________________________ 16 Step 4: Vent Cap _______________________________________________________ 16 Step 5: Limit Shoes_____________________________________________________ 17 Step 6: Suspension System _______________________________________________ 19 Step 7: Manual Operation ________________________________________________ 21 Step 8: Factory Installed Accessories _______________________________________ 22 Step 9: Electrical Wiring_________________________________________________ 23 Step 10: Reversing Device ________________________________________________ 23

Left Hand/Right Hand Conversion ________________________________24 Operator Check-Out ____________________________________________25 And Finally… _________________________________________________26

Required Maintenance Services ____________________________________________ 26

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General Information

Inspection

Inspect the operator carefully for any possible shipping damage. Using the packing list supplied with the unit as a guide, check for any shortage of parts.

IMPORTANT NOTE

Do not run operator without vent cap installed. For more detailed information about electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems, see the troubleshooting guide supplied with the unit.

Specifications

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODEL HS670-100

MODEL HS670-200

 

H.P.

1

2

 

GATE SPEED

15 TO 18”/SEC.

15 TO 18”/SEC.

 

MAX. GATE SIZE

DESIGNED FOR MOST LENGTHS

AND WEIGHTS OF SLIDE

 

 

GATES

 

 

FREQUENCY OF USE

DESIGNED FOR VERY HIGH RATES

 

PRIMARY VOLTAGES

120-230-460

120-230-460

 

SECONDARY VOLTAGE

24 VAC.

24 VAC.

 

 

 

 

Table 1

27”

19 3/4”

29 3/4”

14”

26 1/2”

31 3/4”

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Operator Information

A.A.C. MOTOR-HS670-100= 1 H.P./3450 R.P.M.HS690-200= 2 H.P./3450 R.P.M. Both have continuous duty rating. Andbuilt-inmanual reset overload.

B.DIRECTIONAL VALVE – 2 position, 4 way 24 vac.

C.BYPASS VALVE – For manual operation.

D.VENT CAP – When removed, add fluid here.

E.LIMIT SWITCH – is open switch for R.H. and close switch for L.H.

F.DRIVE WHEELS – HS670-100= 1 ½” x 6”.HS670-200= 2” x 6”.

G.HYDRAULIC MOTOR – Roller Vane Type. Displacement = 12 in./3.

H.SUSPENSION SYSTEM – See instructions.

I.LIMIT SWITCH – is close switch for R.H. and open switch for L.H.

J.RELIEF VALVE – Built into pump.

K.CONTROL PANEL

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Safety Information

Vehicular gate systems provide convenience and security. Gate systems are comprised of many component parts. The gate operator is only one component. Each gate system is specifically designed for an individual application.

Gate operating system designers, installers and users must take into account the possible hazards associated with each individual application. Improperly designed, installed or maintained systems can create risks for the user as well as the bystander. Gate systems design and installation must reduce public exposure to potential hazards.

A gate operator can create high levels of force, in its function as a component part of a gate system. Therefore, safety features must be incorporated into every design. Specific safety features include:

Gate Edges

Enclosed Track

Vertical Posts

Guards for exposed

Photo-electric

Instructional and

rollers

Sensors

Precautionary Signage

Screen Mesh

 

 

Important instructions follow. These instructions are intended to highlight certain safety related issues. These instructions are not intended to be comprehensive. Because each application is unique, it is the responsibility of the purchaser, designer, installer and end user to ensure that the total gate system is safe for its intended use.

Safety Instructions

Select instructions are highlighted with this precautionary symbol (see left margin). Failure to follow these selected instructions can result in serious injury or death.

STEP 1: BEFORE INSTALLATION

1Confirm gate operator model is specified by Installation and Maintenance Manual for application type, gate size and frequency or use.

2 Confirm ALL appropriate safety features, such as gate edges,photo-electricsensors, vertical posts and enclosed tracks, are specified.

3 Confirm gate system design reduces pinch points and protects against entrapment.

4Confirm gate system design has pedestrian access separate from vehicular entrance.

5Confirm gate system design reduces traffic backup.

6Confirm warning signage is included in design.

7Confirm gate moves freely before installation of operator

8Repair or service worn or damaged gate hardware before installation of operator.

9To avoid installation hazards, review the gate system operation and installation procedures, such as manual disconnect mechanism procedure.

10 Confirm control design prohibits unauthorized use

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STEP 2: DURING INSTALLATION

1 Disconnect power at service panel before making any electrical connection.

2 Avoid pinch points, be aware of all moving parts.

3 Adjust clutch or load sensing device to minimum force setting.

4 Do notover-tightencutch or adjust force setting above minimum.

5 Install controls where user cannot touch gate while operating controls.

6Install controls where user has full view of gate operation.

7Install two or more warning signs on the gate to alert persons in the area of automatic gate operation. Warning signs must be conspicuous.

8Install operator inside fence line. DO NOT install operator on public side of fence line.

9Secure gate operator cover.

STEP 3: AFTER INSTALLATION

1 Test all safety features.

2Train end user about basic functions and safety features of gate system.

3Leave Installation and Maintenance Manual and Safety Instructions with end user.

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Safety Precautions for Open-RollerGates andOrnamental “Grill Type” Gates

OPEN-ROLLERGATES

Injuries occur when people get their or feet caught between the top or bottom of the gate and the gate roller. This potential pinch-pointshould be guarded against at all times. Enclosed style gate tracks are available for refitting of these rollers from many fence suppliers. Also, roller guards are available for installing over the rollers.

One ore more contact sensors shall be located at the leading edge, trailing edge, and post-mountedboth inside and outside of a vehicular horizontal slide gate.

Figure 3

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ORNAMENTAL “GRILL TYPE” GATES

Injuries occur when people put their hands and arms through openings in the grill and the gate is operated. They cannot retract their arms and it gets caught between the moving gate grill and the stationary fence post or fence. This potential hazard can be averted by placing a screen mesh on the gate to prevent access through openings anywhere the gate may travel.

Figure 4

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Pre-InstalledCheck-List

1Check the gate. It must operate freely. If necessary, lubricate or adjust gate to operator installation. The gate should be level and plumb.

2Overhead, tracked, or roller tracked gates may require back frame to be constructed to allow for drive rail attachment.

3If wiring has already been installed, check that it meets the following wiring specifications.

Wiring Specifications

1Knowing operator voltage and phase, select selection that corresponds.

2The distance shown on the chart is the length of the wire measured in feet from the operator to the power source. (do not exceed maximum distance.)

3If your power distance is greater than the figures shown, it is recommended that the power utility company be notified for a service feeder. Where feasible, a higher voltage or three-phaseoperator should be used.

4When wire larger than 12 gauge is used, a separate junction box will be needed for operator power connection. (not supplied.)

5Select control wire gauge form chart. If greater distance or Lighter gauge wire is required, consult manufacture.

6Wire run calculations are based on the national electrical code, article 430, allowing 5% voltage drop.

7Supply voltage must be within 10% of the operator rating under load conditions.

8Connect power accordance with local codes.

9Wire table is based on stranded copper wire. Wire insulation must be suitable to application.

POWER WIRING

THREE PHASE

SINGLE PHASE

MAX. DIST. (FT.)

MAX. DIST. (FT.)

VOLT

 

VOLT.

H.P.

H.P.

SINGLE

SINGLE UNIT

UNIT

DUAL

DUAL UNIT

UNIT

WIRE

WIRE

GAUGE

GAUGE

115

 

230

HP

1HP

56

343

28

171

12

12

 

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Pre-InstalledCheck-List

11

 

89

 

 

44

 

546

10

 

273

 

 

10

143

 

 

 

 

71

 

868

8

 

434

 

 

8

227

 

 

 

 

113

 

1381

6

 

690

230

 

6

 

 

1HP

 

460

226

 

1HP

113

 

1593

12

 

796

 

 

12

359

 

 

 

 

113

 

2533

10

 

1266

 

 

10

572

 

 

 

 

179

 

4029

8

 

2014

 

 

8

909

 

 

 

 

286

 

6407

6

 

3203

115

 

6

 

 

2HP

 

230

29

 

2HP

14

 

181

12

 

90

 

 

12

46

 

 

 

 

23

 

289

10

 

144

 

 

10

74

 

 

 

 

37

 

459

8

 

229

 

 

8

118

 

 

 

 

59

 

731

6

 

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Pre-InstalledCheck-List

 

 

 

 

365

 

 

 

 

6

 

230

 

 

 

 

2HP

 

460

 

110

 

2HP

 

55

 

796

 

12

 

398

 

 

 

 

12

 

175

 

 

 

 

 

 

87

 

1266

 

10

 

633

 

 

 

 

10

 

280

 

 

 

 

 

 

140

 

2014

 

8

 

1007

 

 

 

 

8

 

445

 

 

 

 

 

 

222

 

3203

 

6

 

1601

 

 

 

 

6

 

Table 3

 

 

 

 

Table 2

 

 

 

 

CONTROL WIRING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VOLTAGE

MAX DIST. (FT.)

 

WIRE GAUGE

 

24 vac

102

 

14

 

163

 

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 4

For longer control wiring distances, LiftMaster “Long distance Interface” (LDI) should be used.

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Installation

Installation Notes

Installation show is for a right-handedunit (on right side of gate opening when inside looking out).Left-handedis opposite. For L.H. conversion, see page24.

If there is existing concrete at area of unit mounting, use dimensioning procedure described in step 1. Conduit locations may require modifications to suit your application.

Step 1: Concrete Pad

See Figure 5.

1Layout concrete pad as detailed.

2Locate conduit, as required, prior to pouring concrete.

3Pour concrete, insuring that pad is level and above the ground line. Pad must be a minimum of 24 inches in depth or below the frost line, whichever is greater.

4Allow concrete to set at least 2 days before installing unit.

5Locate four (4) ½” threaded anchors (not supplied) or other means of fastening as shown. Anchors must be positioned accurately and be secure in the concrete.

NOTES

Always use separate conduits for power wiring and control wiring.

You may want to install extra conduit for future wiring considerations.

For detailed information on the emergency disconnect system, see instructions supplied with it.

This in only a suggested layout, other pad layouts are possible.

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Installation

 

 

 

 

 

“GATE”

 

 

 

 

 

SHOWN

 

 

 

 

 

OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

AS

 

ANCHOR LOCATION

 

+ 7 1/2”

 

 

MARKED “Z”

 

 

REQ’D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Z

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Z

 

 

 

 

2 3/4”

 

OPTIONAL EMERGENCY

 

26 1/2”

 

 

DISCONNECT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14”

 

5 7/8

 

 

 

Z

 

 

 

3”

 

 

 

Z

 

 

 

 

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 7/8”

 

 

 

CONDUIT

 

 

 

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X

X

3 3/4”

 

 

29 3/4”

 

2 5/8”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

35”

 

X = 1 3/4”

 

 

 

 

 

+ = CRITICAL DIMENSION

Figure 5

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Step 2: Drive Rail

IMPORTANT NOTES

It is very important that the drive rail be:

Level and parallel to the gate and operator.

As close as possible to the 11 ½” dimension.

Very securely mounted to the gate and back frame.

1If using your own drive rail, see detail of LiftMaster drive rail for proper dimensions.

2The length of the drive rail should be the gate opening width plus 2-3feet.

3 It is suggested that the drive rail be made out of or coated with a material that will inhibit rust.

4If you are using the LiftMaster anti-skidtape or another means of antiskid, install it to the rail now.

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Figure 6

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Step 3: Mounting

1Remove the cover from the operator.

2Carefully secure the operator to the concrete pad with the drive wheel facing the gate.

IMPORTANT NOTE

Operator must be level and parallel with the gate and drive rail. By loosening the bolts securing the mounting legs to the unit, the operator can be slightly adjusted up or down. Retighten bolts.

Make sure that the drive rail and wheels are aligned properly. See detail below. Also see page 15.

Step 4: Vent Cap

Remove the threaded plug from the pump tank and install the vent cap in its place. Do not throw plug away. Leave it with unit.

IMPORTANT NOTE

Never run the operator without the vent cap in place.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT

USE COVER HANDLES

TO MOVE UNIT

LOOSEN SCREWS TO

REMOVE COVER

VENT CAP

REMOVE BOLT TO

TAKE COVER OFF

THREADED

PLUG

TANK

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Step 5: Limit Shoes

See Figure 8.

1 Manually open the gate to the full position.

2Locate the open limit switch lever and mark its position.

3Manually close the gate to the full close position.

4Locate the close limit switch lever and mark its position on the drive rail.

5Manually open the gate about halfway. Per drawings below, measure and drill holes. Mount both limit shoes to underside of drive rail.

IMPORTANT NOTES

The limit shoes are slotted, so minor adjustments may be made later for the fine tuning of the full open and close position. Also, note that the limit switches themselves may be slightly adjusted up or down.

It is highly suggested that gate stops be installed to the gate at the full open and closed positions.

Due to the fact that this unit has no brake, there will be some gate coasting and, depending on gate weight, it could be considerable, so it might drift past the limits.

If coasting is a problem and a precise stop is needed, part number 410.1726 (supplied) should be installed. See directions.

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Figure 8

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Step 6: Suspension System

See Figure 10.

The suspension system is semi-factoryset; simply loosen the suspension separate or bolt completely. This will allow both wheels to pinch the drive rail.

NOTE

It is suggested that the separator bolt be removed and left with unit. If it is not removed, make sure that it can not interfere with suspension system.

If more or less pressure is required, adjust both upper and lower suspension spring lock nuts as desired.

IMPORTANT NOTES

Both springs should apply about the same amount of pressure.

If using the LiftMaster drive rail, make sure that the drive rail guide wheel is positioned properly. See Figure 9.

It is very important that the suspension system is adjusted properly. This system puts pressure on the drive wheels so they can pinch together on the drive rail. This system also allows the drive wheels to “float” so they can follow any slight misalignment of the drive rail. If the springs are overtightened, it will reduce their life span. But on the other hand, if they are under-tightened,the drive wheels may slip on the drive rail.

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Figure 9

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Step 7: Manual Operation

The pump is equipped with a manual bypass valve. By positioning the valve handle down (manual operation), the gate can be back-drivenopen or closed.

A back-upto this is the suspension separator bolt. By tightening this bolt, the drive wheels will be pushed off the drive rail.

NOTE

When manually opening or closing the gate, it is not I the beginning, easy to get the gate started. Since fluid has accumulated in the drive motors, it will take a good size push to get the gate started.

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Figure 10

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Step 8: Factory Installed Accessories

Most factory-installedaccessories are located on or under the control panel and are already wired into it.

NOTE

By removing one bolt, the entire control panel can be pivoted out of the way.

Figure 11

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Step 9: Electrical Wiring

Make sure power is disconnected at main power supply and at power disconnect switch on the unit before proceeding.

1Secure all electrical power connections to the power wiring terminal strip. Single phase to L1, L2 and GROUND. Three phase to L1, L2, L3 and GROUND.

2Connect all controls to the control wiring terminal strip. Reference the electrical diagram supplied with the unit.

IMPORTANT NOTE

On three-phaseunits, when unit is first run, if you can hear the pump running but the gate does not move:

1Make sure the manual bypass valve is in the automatic operation position. See page 21.

2If the bypass valve is OK, disconnect the main power supply and reverse any two wire connections at the power terminal strip.

POWER DISCONNECT

SWITCH

CONTROL

“CONTROL”

TERMINAL

STRIP

PANEL

POWER TERMINAL

GRD.

STRIP

 

T3 T2 T1 L1

L2 L3

1

1

2

2

3

4

4

5

6

10 10

1

OPEN

 

2

3-BUTTON STOP STATION

3 CLOSE

 

1

OPEN

 

 

MULTIPLE

2

STOP

3-BUTTON

 

STATION

 

CLOSE

 

3

 

 

 

4

0 1 -202 2 1 F1 3

 

 

SINGLE INPUT

 

 

OPEN ONLY

1

4

Push button, Radio,

 

 

Loops, Keyswitch, etc.

SINGLE INPUT

OPEN/CLOSE Push button, Radio,

Loops, Keyswitch, etc.4 5

NOTE:

Must be used with a “Stop” control for full control of the gate.

REVERSE DEVICE

Edges, Loops, 1 6 Photo Cells, etc.

Figure 12

Step 10: Reversing Device

Due to the amount of force this opener can generate, please install a sensing edge on the gate. It is imperative and beneficial to the customer, LiftMaster, and yourself that the installation is as safe as possible.

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Left Hand/Right Hand Conversion

When switching the unit from right hand to left hand or vice-versa:

1Put the by-passvalve handle in the manual position (down).

2Push in the directional valve manual override 5 times.

3Remove and reverse the two (2) hoses, shown below.

4Return the by-passvalve to the automatic position (up).

5The limit switch connectors, at the top of the control panel must be reversed.

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Figure 13

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Operator Check-Out

OPERATED CHECK-OUTWITH ALL CONTROLS CONNECTED

1Switch the power disconnect switch to “on”.

2Press the “open” button, allow unit to run about 10 seconds, then press the “stop” button.

NOTE

When unit is first started, gate may not move immediately. This is caused by the fluid being circulated through the system.

3Press the “close” button. Allow unit to run until the open limit switch shuts the system down.

4Press the “open” button. Allow unit to run until the open limit switch shuts the system down.

5Press the “close” button and test all safety features that have been installed.

6Check out all optional controls that have been installed.

7Test the 90-secondrun feature. Do this by positioning the manual bypass valve handle to the manual position. Activate the unit. The unit will run but the gate should not move. After approximately 90 seconds, the unit should automatically shut off.

8Check out manual operation of the gate.

9Return the bypass valve handle to the automatic operation position.

NOTE

For troubleshooting, see guide supplied. It is recommended that the M.R.D be adjusted to 2 times run time of gate. Example: if gate takes 15 seconds to open, then set M.R.D. to 30 seconds.

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And Finally…

Install gate caution signs on both the inside and outside of the gate. Re-installthe control panel cover and the operator cover.

If the operator got greasy or dirty, please clean it. Clean-upthe area around the operator and gate. Look around for any of your tools that may be left.

Please, leave the customer both this manual and the troubleshooting guide.

Let the customer know that you’re done and possibly review with them the system that is installed. Go over how it works, accessories and their locations, maintenance requirements, etc.

Required Maintenance Services

Check at least once every 6 months

 

 

Gate

Inspect for wear or damage

 

 

 

 

 

Frame/Bolts

Check & tighten

 

 

 

 

 

Electrical

Inspect all wire connections

 

 

 

 

 

Safety Systems

Check & test

!

 

 

 

 

 

Fluid Level

Keep at lease ¾ full +

 

 

 

 

 

Fittings

Check for leaks

 

 

 

 

 

Drive Rail

Check for damage

 

 

 

 

 

Drive Wheels

Check for wear

 

 

 

 

 

Manual Operation

Check & test

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 5

 

 

 

 

!Check at least once per month.

Use only “ATF” automatic transmission fluid.

CAUTION

When servicing, always disconnect operator from power.

For complete maintenance information, see the maintenance manual.

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COPYRIGHT 2001

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

This document is protected by copyright and may not be copied or adapted without the prior written consent of LiftMaster. This documentation contains information proprietary to LiftMaster and such information may not be distributed without the prior written consent of LiftMaster. The software and firmware included in the LiftMaster product as they relate to this documentation are also protected by copyright and contain information proprietary to LiftMaster.

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Installation and service information is available six days a week.

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Prepare to provide the following information when ordering repair parts:

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