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General Information Single & Paired Doors, Manual & Power

Safety Practices

This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal safety hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.

DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION indicates an potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in minor or moderate injury.

CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol, indicates an potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.

NOTE explains general information.

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Read these safety practices before installing, operating or servicing the door. Failure to follow These safety practices could result in property damage, serious bodily injury or death. READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNING LABELS AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THE DOOR. If you do not understand the instructions, ask your supervisor to teach you how to use the swing door.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Do not operate the swing door while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Do not use the door if it looks broken or does not seem to work right. Advise your supervisor at once. Stay clear of the door when it is moving. Keep hands, feet and head clear of the door at all times. Do not operate the door with equipment, material or people directly underneath the door. Disconnect power before performing any electrical or mechanical service, cleaning or other maintenance on the door. OSHA requires disconnect to be properly tagged and locked out during all maintenance or service of equipment. With the power supply disconnected, always verify using a volt meter. 7. All electrical troubleshooting or service must be completed by a qualified electrician or service person and must meet all applicable local, state, federal, international and other governing agency codes. 8. When it is necessary to service the control box with power on, USE EXTREME CAUTION. Do not place fingers or un-insulated tools inside the control box. Touching wires or other parts inside the enclosure may cause electrical shock, serious injury or death. 9. It is your responsibility to keep all warning labels and instructional literature legible, intact and kept with the door. Replacement labels and literature are available from ASI Doors, Inc. or its representatives. 10. If you have any questions contact your supervisor or your local ASI Doors, Inc. representative for assistance. 11. Train all service and personnel using or near door on intended use(s) and operation of the door. 12. Failure to operate the door as intended, as described, or heed any warning may result in equipment damage, property damage, serious bodily injury or death.

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General Information Single & Paired Doors, Manual & Power ASI Doors, Inc. Warranty Policy ASI Doors, Inc. (herein called "ASI") warrants solely for the benefit of its customer that each door system manufactured by ASI (each a "Door System") will be free from defects in material and manufacture for a period of one (1) year from the date of original shipment by ASI. The foregoing limited warranty shall not apply to defects which result from improper installation, abuse, misuse, alteration, modification or failure to maintain the Door System in accordance with the ASI Owner's Manual. Periodic lubrication and adjustment of the Door System as described in the ASI Owner's Manual are the sole responsibility of the customer. All claims for defects must be made to ASI within thirty (30) days after the defect is discovered or should, with reasonable care, have been discovered. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY CONSTITUTES THE EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY OF ASI WITH RESPECT TO THE DOOR SYSTEM. ASI EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES—WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY—INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. If a Door System does not comply with the foregoing limited warranty, and a claim is made by customer within the applicable warranty period, ASI will, at the option of ASI, either repair or replace any defective equipment or parts free of charge, and pay the reasonable labor costs to repair or replace the defective equipment or parts. The remedy of repair or replacement shall be the exclusive and sole remedy for any breach of the foregoing limited warranty. ASI SHALL NOT IN ANY EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY LOST PROFITS, ARISING FROM THE SALE OR USE OF THE DOOR SYSTEM, OR FROM ANY OTHER CAUSE WHATSOEVER, WHETHER THE CLAIM GIVING RISE TO SUCH DAMAGES IS BASED UPON BREACH OF WARRANTY (EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED) BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EVEN IF A PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY THEREOF, AND REGARDLESS OF ANY ADVISE OR REPRESENTATION THAT MAY HAVE BEEN RENDERED BY ASI CONCERNING THE SALE OR USE OF THE DOOR SYSTEM. At ASI's request, customer shall return to ASI for inspection any Door System for which a warranty claim has been made, F.O.B. ASI's facility with freight prepaid. The customer is responsible for any removal costs. The customer shall comply with the following procedures in filing a warranty claim with ASI: 1.

2. 3.

Notify ASI of any and all defects in writing. ASI will review the warranty request and issue a Returns Goods Authorization (RGA) form if the defective parts need to be returned to ASI for inspection and verification. The RGA form must accompany any materials returned for warranty consideration. All replacement parts or equipment will be invoiced to the customer. Upon verification by ASI that the Door System is defective, ASI will issue a full credit to customer for the replacement parts or equipment. If outside labor is needed to install the replacement parts or equipment, ASI requires a written estimate of the labor charges in advance so ASI may approve the labor charges and issue a purchase order. ASI will not accept any labor charges unless previously approved by ASI and accompanied by the ASI purchase order number.

The customer must file a claim with the shipper for any damage and/or losses that may occur during transit. Installation hardware and start up of the Door System equipment is the responsibility of the installation contractor. Periodic adjustments and normal maintenance are the responsibility of the customer.

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General Information Single & Paired Doors, Manual & Power CleanSeal Swing Doors General Information Begins on

Safety Practices Warranty Policy Crates and Contents

Replacement Parts Page 2 Page 2 Page 4 Page 6

Installation Begins on Storage at Building Site Door Frame Measurements Power Operator Reinforcement Slip-On Frame Installation Welded/Knockdown Frame Install Power Operator Installation In-Swing Operator Installation Out-Swing Operator Installation

Electrical Controls

Begins on Normal Setup & Programming Disconnecting Handy Terminal Control Settings & Functions Adjustment Procedures Troubleshooting Resetting Controller Harness Diagram, Paired Doors Harness Diagram, Single Doors Electrical Schematic, Paired Doors Electrical Schematic, Single Doors 120 VAC Wiring Connections

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Do not install, operate or service this product unless you have read and understand the Safety Practices, Warnings and Installation and Operating Instructions contained in this manual. Failure to do so could result in property damage, bodily injury or death.

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General Information Single & Paired Doors, Manual & Power

SINGLE SWING DOOR

Crates & Contents

PAIRED SWING DOOR

Figure 1: Crates and Contents.

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Upon receipt of the shipment, check that you have received the correct number of pieces as shown in (Figure 1). Crate one will contain the door panel(s). Crate two will contain the frame, operator and loose parts. For your protection, note any damages or shortages on the carrier’s bill of lading before signing the bill for receipt. The installation of this door will require at least a two man crew and a fork lift. Select a fork lift with lifting height based upon the height of the door plus a minimum additional two feet.

NOTE DO NOT remove door sections from crate until you encounter the step in which they are to be installed.

Note: Unless specifically called out as “Provided by ASI”, installer is to provide all necessary mounting hardware, anchors, inserts, hangers, supports and equipment needed to install door in accordance with final shop drawings and manufacturer’s instructions.

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Installation Storage at Building Site

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1.Frames shall be stored under cover on the Building site on 4" wood sills or on floors in a manner that will prevent rust and damage. Avoid the use of non-vented plastic or canvas shelters which create a humidity chamber (Figure 2).

STORE UNDER COVER (AVOID CREATING A HUMIDITY CHAMBER BY NOT VENTING)

2. Assembled frames shall be stored in a vertical positions, five units maximum in a stack. Provide a 1/4" space between frames to promote air circulation (Figure 3). 3. Doors shall be stored in an upright position at the building site, under cover. Place the units on at least 4" wood sills or on floors in a manner that will prevent rust and damage. Avoid the use of non-vented plastic or canvas shelters which create a humidity chamber. Provide a 1/4" space between frames to promote air circulation.

4" WOOD SILL 1/4"

SPACERS

4" WOOD SILL

Figure 2: Storage of Knocked Down Frames.

1/4"

SPACERS

STORE UNDER COVER, STACK VERTICALLY 5 UNITS MAXIMUM

Figure 3: Storage of Assembled Frames.

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Installation Door Frame Measurements

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1. The detailed description of frame installation techniques that follow speak of plumbing, squaring and aligning the frame. The details in Figure 4 indicate the maximum allowable tolerance in this area. SQUARENESS

1/16" 1/16”

ALIGNMENT

1/16" 1/16” 1/16" 1/16”

HINGE JAMB

STRIKE JAMB

HINGE JAMB

STRIKE JAMB

MAXIMUM 1/16 " ALLOWABLE TOLERANCE ON TOTAL OPENING MAXIMUM 1/16” ALLOWABLE TOLERANCE ON TOTAL OPENING

TWIST

PLUMBNESS 1/16" 1/16”

HEAD LEVEL

HEAD LEVEL

1/16" 1/16”

1/16" 1/16”

HINGE OR STRIKE JAMB

HINGE OR STRIKE JAMB

BOTTOM

BOTTOM

Figure 4: Installation Tolerances.

Power Operator Reinforcement For Swing Doors with Power Operator Option 1. When using a power door operator, the wall must have adequate reinforcement to support the operator (s). For stud walls, 7 gage plate steel 8" high, starting at rough opening and extending 1 stud past each side of frame is the minimum requirement. For masonry walls, fastening the operator directly to the wall is sufficient. Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Installation Slip-On Frame Installation

Single & Paired Doors, Manual & Power 1. Size Opening (Figure 5) DW-Series frames are designed for installation after the studs and drywall are completed. Install double steel studs at all jambs. See Figure 10 for recommended practice at head and jamb stud intersections. It is important to ensure that the rough stud opening for double rabbet profiles is sized as follows: a. Rough Stud Opening Width RSOW = Door width + 11/2" (+1/4 / –0) b. Rough Stud Opening Height RSOH = Door height + 3/4" (+1/4 / –0)

RS

OH

RS

OW

Figure 6: Install Head. Figure 5: Size Opening. 2. Install Head (Figure 6) a. For fire rated pairs only, install 3/4" at HJ and HD snap-in anchors in each face at the 11/8" 11/8" at SJ center line of the head. See Figures 7, 8 & 9 for installation of an5/8" 5/8" chors. b. Slide head into position in center of Figure 7: Anchorage at Base of Frame. rough stud opening (wedges may be used to temporarily hold head in position). TIGHTEN SCREW UPPER HEAD RUNNER NOTCHED, BENT UP AND SCREW FIXED TO INNER STUD

EX AN TE N CH D OR

UPPER AND LOWER HEAD RUNNERS SCREW FIXED TOGETHER

RE ANTRA CH CT OR

Figure 8: Drywall Tension Anchor. Figure 10: Head and Jamb Stud Intersections. Figure 9: Snap-In Anchor. Page 10

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3. Install Hinge Jamb (Figure 11) a. Retract tension anchor at top of jamb by turning screw clockwise. b. Insert the integral soffit tab on the jamb slot in the head. Pivot jamb into place over the wall. c. Insert screws into top corners of the head. Do not fully tighten at this time. 4. Install Strike (or 2nd Hinge) Jamb (Figure 12) a. For fire rated singles only, install snap-in anchor in each face of strike jamb immediately above strike reinforcing. b. Repeat Steps 3a through 3c. 5. Anchor Frame (Figure 13) Figure 11: Install Hinge a. Place a temporary wooden spreader between Jamb. jambs at the floor and at the mid-point of the frame to ensure the correct frame rabbet width . The spreaders must be square, at least 1" thick, almost as wide as the frame jamb depth with clearance notches for the frame stops. b. Shim the bottom of the jambs to the same elevation so head will be level. c. Secure the bottom of the frame through the dimpled holes at the base of each jamb with standard drywall screws into the stud sill plate/runner. (Both jamb rabbets must be parallel) 6. Set Frame (Figure 14) a. Plumb and square-up frame by adjusting tension anchors at the top of each jamb ensuring that anchors press tightly against studs. b. On fire rated frames, secure snap-in anchors at strike jamb or head to studs with 2 Figure 13: Anchor Frame. standard drywall screws per anchor. c. Tighten screws at corners of the head. d. Remove temporary wooden spreaders. Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Figure 12: Install Strike Jamb.

Figure 14: Set Frame. Page 11

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Welded or Knocked-Down Frame Installation

NOTE For Knock-Down Frames, start at step 1.

1. Assemble Frame (Figure 15) a. Insert jamb corner clip tabs into 2 slots at each end of head. Insert screws into frame at 2 corners at each end of head. b. Ensure that face miters on jambs and head are tight and corners are square.

Figure 15: Assemble Frame.

c. Bend the tabs at each head rabbet slot down wards away from door opening and tighten 2 screws at each corner of head. 2. Remove Temporary Spreaders (Figure 16) a. Welded frames are provided with temporary steel spreaders to maintain alignment and minimize other damage during shipping and handling. They are not intended to be used during installation and must be removed.

FRAME SPACERS

Figure 16: Remove Temporary Spreaders.

NOTE For new unit masonry or steel stud partitions, proceed to step 3. For existing unit masonry or poured concrete walls proceed to step 7. 3. Place and Anchor to Floor (Figure 17) a. Stand frame in position. b. Place wooden spreaders between the jambs at the floor, and at the midpoint of the frame. The spreaders must be square, at least 1" thick, almost as wide as the frame jamb depth with clearance notches for the frame stops. c. Level the frame head, placing shims under the jamb base anchors as necessary.

Spreaders

d. Adjust frame for alignment and twist. Rabbets must be parallel.

Figure 17: Place and Anchor to Floor. Page 12

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Welded or Knocked-Down Frame Installation Continued e. Fasten jambs to the floor through the floor anchors. 4. Set Frame (Figure 18) a. Brace frame as shown. Do not brace in the direction of the adjacent wall. 5. New Unit Masonry Wall Anchorage (Figure 19) a. As wall is laid up, embed wire, T-stop or masonry fire anchors in mortar coursing immediately above or below hinges and directly opposite on strike jamb. b. Although not mandatory, even for fire rated frames, grouting of the jambs is recommended in all units to endure a more secure and stable installation.

SECOND WOODEN SPREADER 2" × 4" BRACES

6. Steel Stud Partition Anchorage (Figure 20)

2" × 4" SUPPORTS

a. Where loose combination stud anchors are provided, install in frame throat opening. b. Remove or bend legs of combination stud anchors back inside frame profile.

Figure 18: Set Frame. T-STRAP OR MASONRY ANCHOR

GROUTING THE JAMB

c. Place and secure floor and ceiling steel runners. d. Place, plumb and secure first vertical steel stud inside floor and ceiling runners with stud fitting snug against wall anchors in each jamb. Open webs of studs should be facing away from the frame.

Figure 19: New Masonry Wall Anchorage.

e. With standard 1/2" long pan head sheet metal screws, secure studs to each anchor. f.

ANCHOR

Check plumb and square of frame, alignment and twist of jambs.

g. Place and secure a second vertical steel stud inside floor and ceiling runners with stud returns abutting the first steel stud returns.

FIRST VERTICAL STUDS SHEET METAL SCREWS

h. Install and secure steel lintel runners at head of frame.

SHEET METAL SCREWS SECOND VERTICAL STUDS

2 PIECE COMBINATION STUD ANCHOR (CSA) SHOWN (1 PIECE CSA SIMILAR)

“Z” TYPE STUD ANCHOR

Figure 20: Steel Stud Partition Anchorage. Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Welded or Knocked-Down Frame Installation

EXPANSION ANCHOR

7. Existing Masonry or Poured Concrete Wall Anchorage (Figure 21) a. Set the assembled frame centered in the completed opening. b. Place wooden spreaders between the jambs at the floor and at mid height of the frame. c. Level the head by placing shims under the jambs as necessary. d. Adjust the frame for plumb, square, alignment and twist. Rabbets must be parallel. e. Mark the wall through the dimpled holes in the jamb soffits to locate the anchor points. f. Drill the wall for appropriate holes at the marks. g. Install sleeve or expansion shell anchors in the wall holes. h. Insert anchor bolts through the dimpled holes into the wall sleeve anchors.

SHIM Figure 21: Existing Masonry or Poured Concrete Wall Anchorage.

i. Place shims snugly between the frame and the wall, above each anchor bolt. j. Tighten bolts, checking plumb, square, alignment and twist.

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Welded or Knocked-Down Frame Installation Continued 1. Door Panel: (Figure 22) a. The door is shipped with all hinges mounted on door frame. b. Match door panel with correct frame. c. Line door hinges up with frame cutouts and secure hinges with supplied fasteners. FRAME CUTOUTS

HINGES

2. Sweep Gasket: (Figure 23) a. Position sweep gasket at the door bottom of desired side such that gasket will just touch the floor through full range of door travel. Positioning gasket too close to floor will wear gasket out prematurely. b. Trim length as needed. c. Mark holes on panel and secure with supplied #6-32 screws.

Figure 22: Panel Installation.

Figure 23: Sweep Gasket Installation.

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Welded or Knocked-Down Frame Installation 3. Frame Gasket: (Figure 25) a. Remove adhesive backing and adhere gasket to frame. 4. Astragal Gasket: (Figure 24) a. Position gaskets on pull side of panel such that the (2) gaskets just touch in the center of the gap between the panels, the full height of the panels. b. Trim as needed. c. Mark holes on panel and secure with supplied #6-32 screws.

HEAD GASKET

HINGE SIDE GASKET

NON-HINGE SIDE GASKET SINGLE SWING DOOR WITH PANEL NOT SHOWN

SCREWS

ASTRAGAL GASKET

Figure 24 Astragal Gasket Installation.

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Figure 25: Frame Gasket Installation.

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Power Operator Installation Left Hand (LH) Inswing

Right Hand (RH) Inswing

Inswing Track Inswing Arm

Consult end user and follow provided installation instructions and templates for desired mounting style.

EXTERIOR Left Hand (LH) Outswing

Right Hand (RH) Outswing

Arm Mounting Bracket

Outswing Arm

EXTERIOR

Figure 26: Door Handing options. Note: The hand of the unit must match the door. To determine the hand of the unit refer to Figure 26. Refer also to the serial number stamp on the underside of the operator. The first letter of the serial number will indicate the “hand” of the operator. For example, L2G755640 indicates that the operator is a left hand unit. R2G755640 indicates that the operator is a right hand unit. Refer to figure 27 below:

Serial Number L R 579726

Operator serial numbers begin with a letter. The letter NOT punched out indicates the hand of the operator. For instance, if an “R” is visible, the operator is a right hand unit. Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Installation Single & Paired Power Doors

Power Operator Installation 1. Remove material from packages and check contents: Remove all contents from the crate. Check all items to ensure you have the material you need before beginning the actual installation. 2. Remove access panel from header housing assembly: Carefully remove the header housing assembly from the crate. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two Access panel retaining screws. 3. Remove paperwork: Remove all decals, paperwork and parts bag from inside header and set to one side. 4. Install wiring in frame: All conduit and switch or sensor wires must be pulled through the frame or wall before mounting the operator housing. Refer to section entitled “Electrical Controls” for wiring instructions. 5. Mount header housing assembly on door frame: Refer to Figure 28 on next page. The following instructions refer to mounting the unit on aluminum framing. If the unit is not being installed on an aluminum frame then adequate structural framing must be available for mounting. Once all wiring is in place, drill 4 or 8 1/4” holes through the back of the header housing to securely mount in place. These holes will be used to mount the header housing to the jambs. Wires can be routed out through the face of the jamb and into the back of the header housing. Note: It might be necessary to remove the operator and motor assembly from the housing to reduce the weight of the unit while positioning the unit on the frame to be mounted. Note: There is a difference in the location of the operator spindle (on which the arm is mounted) between inswing and outswing header housing assemblies. Therefore, the position of the operator spindle is varied according to the type of door, be it inswing or outswing. Refer to figures 29 & 30 for inswing headers, or figures 31 & 32 for outswing headers, for mounting dimensions. Once holes are drilled, position the header housing on door frame so that the bottom of the header housing assembly is located at the correct distance up from the underside of the door frame as shown in Figures 29-32. Using a pencil, scribe the holes for drilling the jamb tube. ASI recommends the use of Rivnuts when mounting the header to aluminum framing. On other types of installations such as hollow metal door frames, adequate backing such as steel plate is required above the top of the frame for anchoring the header housing to the wall. Using this method would require machine screws instead of 1/4 x 20 Rivnuts to properly anchor the unit.

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Power Operator Installation Continued Coupling Access Hole

Drill 1/4” holes through back of housing to securely mount header. Position housing on door frame and mark holes for drilling jamb. Adequate backing is required for bolting the unit to the wall. Use fasteners appropriate for wall material for anchoring.

Secure Operator through underside of housing with (4) 5/16-18 flat head screws supplied. Distance between Frame & Operator as shown in: figure 29 - In-swing figure 31 - Out-swing Operator Spindle location as shown in figures 29-32.

Figure 28: Operator in Header Housing assembly (Outswing shown).

6. Installation of Arms and Tracks: (ALL MODELS) On outswing doors, remove the arm mounting bracket (refer to Figure 26) from the outswing arm assy. and install on door as shown. On inswing units, remove the inswing track from box and install on door as shown on figure 29 (do not install the arm on to the operator spindle at this time). NOTE: Do not Thru-Bolt arms or tracks. There are metal backing plates inside each face of the door. Drill & tap 1/4-20 holes into the backing plates in door panel. Thru-Bolting is not required. 7. Outswing Arm Lengths: Referring to figures 31 & 32, determine the appropriate length of the outswing arm and cut the supplied threaded rod to suit. Measure and cut the supplied plastic arm cover to suit rod length and slide over threaded rod. Assemble arm as shown in Figures 31 & 32.

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Installation Inswing Operator Installation

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5.50

This page shows mounting details for Inswing Operators. The views shown are Paired Doors & Operators. •

Mounting dimensions shown for Paired Doors & Operators are the same on RH & LH sides.



Mounting dimensions for Single RH or LH doors are the same as RH or LH side of Paired Doors & Operators.

6.00

Drill & Tap Track Mount screws. DO NOT drill through panel

1.00 2.75

PULL SIDE

DOOR PANEL

PUSH SIDE

Figure 29: Side view of Inswing Operators. HEADER LENGTH = ASI WIC + 3.5"

1.94

6.75 TYP.

3.25 TYP.

11.25 APPROX. TYP.

FRONT VIEW STOP RING

RH SWING SIDE

BOTTOM VIEW

LH SWING SIDE

Figure 30: Linkage mounting of Inswing Operators. Page 20

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Installation Outswing Operator Installation

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This page shows mounting details for Outswing Operators. The views shown are Paired Doors & Operators. • •

Mounting dimensions shown for Paired Doors & Operators are the same on RH & LH sides.

6.00

Mounting dimensions for Single RH or LH doors are the same as RH or LH side of Paired Doors & Operators. .50

Drill & Tap Track Mount screws. DO NOT drill through panel

2.19 REF.

DOOR PANEL

2.75

PUSH

HEADER LENGTH = ASI WIC + 3.5"

PULL

Figure 31: Side view of Outswing Operators.

LH SWING SIDE

RH SWING SIDE

FRONT VIEW

30.0° STOP RING

BOTTOM VIEW

5.25 TYP.

9.00 TYP.

Figure 32: Linkage mounting of Outswing Operators. Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Power Operator Installation Continued

8. Arm Pre-loading on Microprocessor Controlled Units: The Controller keeps track of the door’s position via the motor encoder. The degree of pre-load on the operator arm is at the discretion of the installer. More pre-load can be applied when more closing force is desired. Once the control is powered up and the door is programmed for stroke via the Handy Terminal, the position of the door and arm is saved in the memory of the Controller. To install the arm on the spindle, refer to figures 33A - 33C and perform the following steps: a.

Be certain operator motor is plugged into controller.

b.

Install the arm on the operator spindle in the fully unwound position (See figure 33B & 33C).

The Controller has an electrical circuit built in to slow the rotation of the Operator Arm while it is unwinding. Unplugging the Operator from the Controller once the Arm is wound up will allow the Spindle and Arm to unwind at high speed and could result in bodily injury or property damage.

c.

While tightly holding the arm, wind up the operator approximately 45 degrees. Insert a 1/8” Allen wrench or similar tool into the Lovejoy coupling access hole located on the top of the operator at the motor end. Refer to Figure 33A. This will pin the motor and operator in the correct position and prevent them from unwinding.

d.

Remove the arm, rotate it and reinstall it per figures 29 - 32.

e.

Inspect scribe mark on the underside of the spindle. With door closed and arm connected to the door, the scribe mark on the underside of the operator spindle should be parallel with the door, remove pin and wind spindle as required, then re-install pin.

f.

Once item (f) is confirmed, tighten set screw on the arm. Ensure the set screw on the arm is seated correctly in the groove on the operator spindle. Refer to Figure 33A.

g.

Once the arm is connected to the operator spindle, connect the other end of the arm to the door bracket or track. Note: the easiest way to install the inswing arm into the track is to remove the 1/4”-20 screw from one end of the track and let it swing down. Allow the roller to contact and push against the door and then swing the track back up so that the roller is inside the track and re-install the screw. Remove pin. Take care not to scratch the door panel.

h.

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For minimum door closing force: Install the arm on the operator spindle with a 45 degree pre-load. Pre-load can be increased at the discretion of the installer per jobsite requirements.

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9. Position door stop: Open door to the full open point and position the Stop Ring shown in Figures 30, 32, & 33A so that the post on the Stop Ring butts up against the arm. Secure stop ring by tightening the (4) Stop Ring bolts.

10. All units - Install wiring, and sensors as per the section entitled “Electrical Controls”.

Operator and Motor Assembly

Stop Ring Ensure that set screw on arm is seated in groove on Operator Spindle.

Pre-Load access hole

Stop Ring Post Arm Assembly

Figure 33A: Operator Arm Pre-Load.

Arm in Unwound Position

45° Arm in Unwound Position

Arm in Wound Position

45°

Figure 33B: Pre-loading a RH Inswing Operator.

Arm in Wound Position

Figure 33C: Pre-loading a RH Outswing Operator.

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B100SE Swing Door Controller

Figure 34: B100SE Controller.

Do not install or service this product unless Safety Practices, Warning Labels, Installation Instructions, and Operating Instructions have been read and fully understood. Failure to do so may result in bodily injury or property damage.

B100SE Technical Specifications, Connectors, and Switches Power Supply

115 VAC 50 - 60 Hz

Operating Temperature

-67 ºF to 185 ºF (-55 ºC to 85 ºC)

Dimensions Length Height Width

 

 

7.00"  3.70"  2.05"

Material

Aluminum enclosure

Door Type

Swing

Motor Type

Encoded 90-150VDC

Electric Lock  Lock Sequencer  Output Switch

 

Timers  Activation 

 

Push&Go  Power close

 

ON/OFF  Normally Open, Normally Close (5A Max.) 1 - 90 seconds  1 - 90 seconds  0 - 5 seconds

Figure 35A: Controller Specifications Table. Page 24

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B100SE Technical Specifications, Connectors, and Switches Continued... Open  Back Check  Hold Close Latch  Power close  Safety

Adjustable Speeds (Real time)

Activations  Active Constantly  Active when door is in motion  Push&Go

 

Safety Safety A Safety B Current Limit  Lockout (Safety A)

 

Module Controls  Low Voltage ON/OFF Hold Open

 

Visual Indicators

LEDs:

Input Input ON/OFF

Input Input Adjustable ON/OFF Input (Module generates sensor power in OFF mode) Input Power ON  Activation timer  Delayed activation timer  Push&Go timer Power close timer Close speed  Latch speed Open speed Backcheck speed Hold speed  Safety speed Power close speed Current limit Activate 1 signal Activate 2 signal Safety A signal Safety B signal  Delayed activation signal  Low voltage ON/OFF signal

ON/OFF

Power Close Auto-recovery  Power-up  Software glitch Software Field Upgradable

 

Automatic Reset  Watchdog ISP (In system programming)

Setting Adjustments

Mechanical sealed trimmers

Power Supply (Sensors)

24VAC/24VDC 250mA per Control

Front Panel Fuse

Type 2AG

Standard Compliance

ANSI/BHMA

Figure 35B: Controller Specifications Table.

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B100SE Module Description/Connector Pinouts

ACTIVATE 2 SAFETY A SAFETY B DELAYED MODULE ACTIVATION ON

ON

ISP

LATCH

SIGNALS ACTIVATE 1

OPTIONS

OFF

DELAYED POWER ACTIVATION ACTIVATION PUSH-N-GO CLOSE

POWER CLOSE OPEN BACK CHECK

HOLD

SAFETY

ACCELERATION

TEST

TIMERS

POWER

CLOSE

AC GROUND MOTOR NEG MOTOR POS NOT USED ENCODER SIGNAL "A" ENCODER SIGNAL "B" + 5 VDC LOGIC GROUND

1 2 3

CURRENT LIMIT

GROUND NEUTRAL LINE

B100SE - Super Swing

SPEEDS

SERIAL NUMBER:

Figure 36: B100SE Module connectors.

Signal Connector J2 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

ELECTRIC LOCK NC ELECTRIC LOCK NO ELECTRIC LOCK COM 24 VAC 24 VAC +24 VDC LOGIC GROUND / DATA DATA + OUTPUT LOW VOLTAGE ON/OFF HOLD OPEN SYNC SAFETY B SAFETY A PC CANCEL ACTIVATION 1 LOGIC GROUND

ISP/Synchronization Connector J1

ISP/Syncronization Connector - J1 ISP – Laptop Programming Port Synchronization – If programming via laptop is not required, then this connector is used by a synchronization cable to synchronize the two modules together for simultaneous pairs. A special synchronization cable part number is required. Call ASI Technical Support for more information. When the synchronization cable is used, the activation switches/sensors can be wired to only one module. All signals, except for the “Delayed Activation”, are shared between the two modules via the synchronization cable. When the “Delayed Activation Timer” expires, an activation signal is sent to the mate control. Using the synchronization cable will not synchronize the door speeds. The speeds are kept separately.

Note: If the control is programmed/adjusted via laptop then it is not possible for a synchronization cable to be used since the ISP connector is used for both functions. In this case all inputs are paralleled instead of using a synchronization cable. Wiring diagrams shown in this manual assume that laptop programming will be used and therefore no synchronization cable is shown.

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Signal and Sensor power Connector - J2              

     

 

PIN J2.1 J2.2

J2.4

      J2.5

  J2.6

  J2.7

J2.9

Activation 1

This signal to ground will activate the operator, If the module is in the ON mode (Low voltage ON/OFF must be to ground) and no current fault is present.

PC Cancel

This signal to ground will cancel power close and seal

 

W hen the door is fully closed, this signal to ground will prevent an activation. W hen the door is fully opened, this signal to ground will prevent the door from entering the closing cycle.

Safety B

W hen the door is fully closed, this signal to ground will prevent an activation. During the opening clycle, the door will go to safety speed when this siganl is to ground. During the closing cycle, the door will go to a very slow speed when this signal is to ground. W hen the door is fully opened, this signal to ground will prevent the door from entering the closing cycle, unless option #2 is set to "ON" (Disable Safety B at backcheck).

SYNC

Connect to J2.6 of second control. This signal is use to synchronize the timers to make both doors to start closing at the same time.

Hold open

This signal to ground will hold the door opened, If the module is in the ON mode (Low voltage ON/OFF must be to ground) and no current fault is present.

 

 

    Low voltage ON/O FF

 

J2.10

Logic ground / Data -

J2.11

(+24VDC)

J2.12

(24VAC)

J2.13

(24VAC)

J2.14

Electric lock switch (Common) Electric lock switch (Normally open) Electric lock switch (Normally close)

  AC power for sensor

J2.16

   

 

Ground reference for signals and power DC power for sensors

 

 

 

This signal to ground enables the module. The module is disable if this signal is not to ground This is a signal output for sensor which requires door status information. W hen door is closed, Data output is 0V W hen door is in the opening cycle, Data output is 12V W hen door is closing (In motion), Data output is 8V

 

Data +

J2.15

 

Safety A

     

J2.8

 

Ground reference for signals and power

 

J2.3

 

Definition

Signal Logic ground

  (300m A max.)

This connection is the common to drive an electric lock (Active when electric lock option is set to ON) This connection is the normally open (NO) to drive an electric lock (Active when electric lock option is set to ON) This connection is the normally close (NC) to drive an electric lock (Active when electric lock option is set to ON)

 

 

 

Figure 37: Connector J2.

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Power Source (120VAC Input Connector) - J3  

             

  P IN

S ig n a l D e f in it io n

 

  J 3 .1

A C G ro u n d

 

 

J 3 .2

3

1

2

A C N e u tra l

 

 

J 3 .3

A C L in e

Figure 38: Connector J3. Power required is 120 VAC 60Hz 260W Max. Note: • Safety A (Safety with Lockout) is used with header mounted presence sensors on the swing side of the door. During the opening and closing cycle of the door Safety A is ignored by the control. Safety A is only active when the door is fully closed or fully opened. • Safety B (Continuous Safety) is used with door mounted sensors. These sensors are not ignored during the opening and closing cycle of the door. Note: disable Safety B at back check by turning dip switch # 2 ON or via laptop programming by setting Command 02 = ON

Motor Connector - J4        

 

  PIN

 

 

Motor AC Ground

J4.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Encoder signal A

     

  J4.8

Encoder signal B

  +5VDC

J4.7

Encoder signal A

  Encoder signal B

J4.6

 

This connection goes to the positive of the motor

 

  J4.5

 

This connection goes to the negative of the motor

Polarizing key (NC) This is used to polarized the connector

J4.4

 

This connection is used to ground the motor body when applicable

  Motor POS

J4.3

Definition

  Motor NEG

J4.2

       

  Signal

Power for encoder

  Logic ground

Ground reference for signals

Figure 39: Connector J4.

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DIP Switches                  

Switch

Definition

 

  1

 

  2

Disable Safety B (continuous safety) at back-check  If this switch is set to ON, Safety B is disable at back-check

3

Electric Lock  If this switch is set to ON, a small delay is added prior to the door opening to allow to unlock the electric lock.

4

Power Close  If this switch is set to ON, a reverse power is applied when the door stalls at the latch position. For operator without a clutch (clutch-less) only.

5

Reverse on obstruction  If this switch is set to ON, during a closing cycle, if the door stalls before the latch position, a re-activation is generated.

6

Push & Go - For operator with a clutch.  If this switch is set to ON, the operator is activated when door is manually pushed outside the latch zone.

7

Door Seal (Power Close option must be set to ON)  If this switch is set to ON, the operator will create a small resistance to prevent the door from opening. For operator without a clutch (clutch-less) only.

                       

Push & Go - For operator without a clutch  If this switch is set to ON, the operator is activated when door is manually pushed.

   

  8

NOT USED

Figure 40: Dipswitches.

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Left side of B100SE Controller

Figure 41A: Single Swing schematic (18D290), showing connections to the left side of B100SE Controller.

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Right side of B100SE Controller

Figure 41B: Single Swing schematic (18D290), showing connections to the Right side of B100SE Controller. Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Left side of B100SE Controllers

Figure 42A: Paired Swing schematic (18D291), showing connections to the left side of B100SE Controllers. Page 32

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Right side of B100SE Controllers

Figure 42B: Paired Swing schematic (18D291), showing connections to the Right side of B100SE Controllers.

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Setup and programming using manual adjustments, or a laptop Before applying power to the operator, make all necessary connections (Refer to the wiring diagrams at the end on this document). Start Here

1 - Installation Check - Encoder version

With Door closed, apply power to operator

Check Lights on module. Is “power” light on?

Connect Motor Harness

Yes

No

Is Motor Harness properly

No

Remove power from Operator. Check the fuse. If fuse is burned, replace fuse with same type and size. If fuse is OK, check J3 wiring and that power is available to the Operator.

No

Check Lights on module. Is “latch” light on?

Yes

Yes

Check Lights on module. Is “module” light

No

Figure 43: Set-up Flow Chart.

Turn low voltage ON/OFF switch to the ON position. If the operator does not have a low voltage ON/OFF switch, a jumper must be added to J2, between pins 1 and 8.

Yes

Module is ready for adjustment.

2 - Adjusting the B100SE Using Manual Controls

NOTE! The following instructions refer to the manual programming of the B100SE. If you are adjusting the B100SE with a laptop computer, refer to pages 37-39 following this section. All trimmers are at minimum values when turned fully counter clock wise and are at maximum values when turned fully clockwise. A speed or timer trimmer is active when the corresponding light (LED) is lit. Current Limit Trimmer/Light – Obstruction Fault on opening During an opening cycle, if the motor exceeds the allowed current limit defined by the current limit trimmer, a red light (LED) will light, the opening cycle is cancelled and the operator is disabled for ten seconds. Before beginning the adjustments, set the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Page 34

Activation timer trimmer to ¼ turn from the minimum Current Limit trimmer to the maximum (Fully clock wise) Close and Latch Speed trimmers to minimum (Fully counter clock wise) Set all option switches to the “OFF” position. If an electric lock is used, set option #3 to the “ON” position. © 2015 ASI Doors, Inc. 1-800-558-7068

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2.1 - Basic Adjustments Activate the operator by pushing the test button (using a small screwdriver). 1.

Adjust “OPEN” speed trimmer so that the door arrives at back-check in no greater than 3 seconds for Handicap applications.

2.

Adjust “BACK-CHECK” speed trimmer so that door creeps to final open in no less than 2 seconds for Handicap applications.

3.

Adjust “HOLD” force trimmer so that the power is just enough to hold door at full open without drifting closed.

4.

Adjust “ACTIVATION” so that the door remains in the full open position for no less than 5 seconds for Handicap applications.

5.

Adjust “CURRENT LIMIT” so that the door stops when it meets an obstruction during the opening cycle. Cycle test several times.

6.

Adjust “ACCELERATION” so that upon activation during close cycle the door reverses smoothly. (NOT SUPPORTED AT THIS TIME)

7.

Adjust “CLOSE” speed so that door closes no faster that 4 seconds to latch-check.

8.

Adjust “LATCH” so that door closes the final 10 degrees without slamming.

2.2 - Other Adjustments and Options 2.2.1 - Safety Speed Trimmer If a safety sensor is used, follow these steps to adjust the safety speed. 1

Push the test button to generate an open cycle.

2

During the open speed (before back check) generate a safety signal

3

With the safety signal present, adjust the safety speed trimmer to achieve a creep or a stall motion of the door.

2.2.2 - Push & Go (dip switches # 1 and 6) 1

Dip switch # 1: Turn ON for Push & Go, turn OFF if Push & Go is not needed

2

Dip switch # 6 = OFF: this dip switch must be set to OFF

After the proper Push & Go option has been selected, manually push the door open. The controller will detect the door movement and will generate an open cycle. Adjust the Push & Go timer trimmer for the desired opening time for a Push & Go activity.

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2.2.3 - Using Power Close (dip Switch # 4) and Speed Trimmers If power close is needed, set the dip switch # 4 to the “ON” position. Follow these steps to adjust the length and strength of power close. 1

With dip switch # 4 set to the “ON” position, push the test button to generate an opening cycle.

2

When the door enters the closing cycle and reaches the latch area, stall the door open. When power close activates, adjust the power close speed trimmer for the desired strength.

3

Generate another opening cycle, when power close activates, set the length of the power close by adjusting the power close timer trimmer. (1 - 6 seconds)

Note: The operator must have a close check (Latch) switch to use this feature.

2.2.4 - Door Seal (dip Switch # 7) If a positive pressure causes the door to slightly open from the closed position, set Door Seal dip switch # 7 = ON. For Door Seal to work, Power Close (see paragraph 2.2.3 above) must be set to “ON”. If power close is not needed, then set the power close speed and timer trimmers to the minimum (fully counter clockwise).

2.2.5 - Reverse on Closing Obstruction (dip Switch # 5) To cause the door to re-open if it encounters an obstruction while closing, set dip switch # 5 = ON. This will activate the reverse on obstruction option. When the door stalls between the back-check and latch position, the controller will generate a re-opening cycle. Note: The operator must have a close check (Latch) switch to use this feature.

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B100SE Remote Programming With Laptop using Hyperterminal Software Adjusting the B100SE Encoder Control Using HyperTerminal Software 1. Ways to Program the B100SE Control The B100 control can be programmed by using either one of the two following methods: 1.1 Manually using the potentiometers and dipswitches on the Front Panel (fp) control 1.2 Remotely using a personal computer or laptop with HyperTerminal or similar software This guide explains how to adjust the B100 using the second method: with HyperTerminal software

2. Connecting the Cables 2.1 There are two cables used to connect the B100 control to your computer: 2.1.1 A USB cable—serial cable that plugs directly into the USB port on your computer 2.2.2 An ISP cable that plugs directly into the B100 control 2.2 Connect the two cables together then plug each cable into their respective ports

3. Starting HyperTerminal and loading the “nabco.ht” settings for the B100SE control 3.1 To start HyperTerminal, double click the file titled “hypertrm.exe” 3.2 Cancel any request to create a new connection as shown in Figure # 44 3.3 Accept or cancel any requests by the program to make HyperTerminal you default terminal client 3.4 Go to File/Open and navigate to the folder that contains the settings for the connection titled: “Nabco.ht” 3.5 You should be presented with a screen similar to the one shown in Figure #45.

Figure 44: Hyper-Terminal - New Connection. 4. Verifying a Connection Between HyperTerminal and the B100SE Control 4.1 Ensure that there is a connection as shown in the bottom left corner of the screen. Refer to Figure #45 4.2 If Disconnected is shown, check the following settings: File/Properties. You will need to ensure that the COM port setting in HyperTerminal exactly matches your USB COM port assignment. Check Device Manager on your computer to determine the COM port number of the USB connection you are plugged into. Set the COM # in HyperTerminal to match this setting. Ensure “Connected” is displayed.

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B100SE Remote Programming With Hyperterminal Software - Adjusting Settings

B100S HyperTerminal Settings Once a successful connection is established you will be presented with White box with a flashing curser. To program the B100 control the front panel (fp) must be turned off. Do this by setting “fp” to OFF as shown in the first entry below. The other settings for the B100 control can then be adjusted as shown below.

  Entry

Values

fp ON

(on,off)

:Turns Front Panel controls ON or OFF Turn “fp” OFF to program control with computer

ln 15

(01 to 30)

:Learn Speed

os 10

(01 to 60)

:Open Speed

bs 15

 

Description

(01 to 30)

 

Notes

Speed at which door moves during initial learning cycle

:Back Check speed

 

Adjust so that door is held open just enough to prevent it from drifting closed

hs 15

(01 to 30)

:Hold Open Force adjustment

ss 15

(01 to 30)

:Safety Speed

cf 10

(01 to 60)

:Power Close Force

at 01

(01 to 60)

:Activation Timer (seconds)

Adjust to hold door open for the required time

pt 01

(01 to 30)

:Push & Go Timer (seconds)

Adjusts door open time after a Push & Go has been detected Determines the amount of time power close is applied

ct 01

 

(01 to 10)

  sz 05

 

Adjust to allow door to creep or stall when safety B is activated

:Power Close Time (seconds)

  (01 to 30)

 

:Check Size

 

el STD

(std,ext)

:Lock Output Mode (STD=Standard Mode, EXT=Extended Mode)

Standard Mode = normal electric lock operation  Extended Mode = used for airlock applications (see chart next page)

o1 OFF

(on,off)

:Turn Push & Go ON or OFF

When ON unit opens when door is manually pushed

o2 OFF

(on,off)

:Disable Safety B (continuous safety) at Back check

To disable a swing side door mounted sensor at back check

o3 OFF

(on,off)

o4 OFF

(on,off)

o5 OFF

(on,off)

:Turns Electric lock Sequencer ON or OFF :Turns Power Close Function ON or OFF :Reverse on Closing Obstruction

o6 OFF

(on,off)

This function must be OFF

o7 OFF

(on,off)

:Door Seal (Power close must be set to Creates a small resistance to prevent the door from opening ON) :Generates an Open Cycle

Test

Re-opens door while closing cycle if obstruction is detected

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B100SE Programming - Lock Relay Behaviour

The Charts below show the behavior of the lock relay output when set to Standard and Extended Modes. In Standard Mode the relay is used for deactivating an electric lock. The relay immediately unlocks the lock before opening the door.

E LE CT RIC LO CK R ELAY B EH AV IO R IN S TA ND AR D (ELE C TRIC STRIK E) M OD E

AC TIVATE SIG N AL

O FF

ON

R ELAY BEH AVIO R

IN AC TIVE

D O O R PO SITIO N

C LO SED

O FF

AC TIVE

IN AC TIVE

C YC LING

C LO SED

Tim e Delay (1 S ec)

In Extended Mode the relay is used for airlock purposes. In this mode it will prevent the activation circuit of a second door until the first door has completed its cycle and come fully closed.

ELECTRIC LOCK RELAY BEHAVIOR IN EXTENDED (AIRLOCK) MODE

ON

OFF

ACTIVATE SIGNAL

OFF

RELAY BEHAVIOR

INACTIVE

ACTIVE

DOOR POSITION

CLOSED

CYCLING Time Delay (1 Sec)

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INACTIVE

CLOSED Time Delay (0.5 Sec)

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Replacement Parts All Doors, Manual & Power

Instructions for Ordering

This parts manual is intended to assist in the correct identification of the more commonly replaced parts; covering, generally, all models and styles offered within the CleanSeal Swing Door line. The manual will also help identify obsolete parts, part design changes and current production parts. For more specific parts information, please contact an authorized representative or consult the Factory's Customer Service or Engineering Departments. ASI Doors reserves the right to discontinue any part and make design changes without notice.

General Instructions for Ordering Door Parts Accurate information is always necessary to serve you correctly and promptly. Several steps should be followed to determine exactly the parts that are needed.

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All Doors, Manual & Power

Refer to the information tag on your door and record the: 1. Door model number 2. Job number 3. Door number 4. Manufacturing date. Information Tag on door is normally located on the hinge surface of Door Panel or Door Jamb.

Use part numbers referenced in this manual. If the item is not found in the manual, the product code on the back of the item is helpful. If your door has no information label, the approximate purchase date is helpful.

Once you have gathered the information above, call:

1-800-558-7068 or

Order Parts Online at:

www.asidoors.com and follow the “Parts” link

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Replacement Parts Door Assembly, Single

All Single Doors, Manual & Power

Power Operators (RH/LH) Shroud, Power Operators (RH/LH), (0°, 30°)

Door Frame, (Welded or Knockdown)

3

Manual Closers and Covers (RH/LH) DESCRIPTION Door Panel Assembly, LH/RH Gasket, Sweep (L = WIC) Gasket, Perimeter (L = 2* HIC +WIC) Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, BB1191, STD WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, BB1199, HVY WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, ECBB1101, STD WT

PART # Consult Factory 15B006 15B005 16B018 16B0043NN20 16B0044NN20

ITEM # 1 2 3 4 4 4

Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, ECBB1103, HVY WT

16B0050NN20

4

Screw, 6-32 x 5/8”, PH, PHSTS, S/S

41A654

5

When ordering parts, specify Job Number, Door Number, and Manufacture Date. 1

5

4

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Replacement Parts Door Assembly, Paired

All Paired Doors, Manual & Power Power Operators (RH/LH) Shroud, Power Operators (RH/LH), (0°, 30°)

Door Frame, (Welded or Knockdown)

DESCRIPTION Door Panel Assembly, RH Door Panel Assembly, LH Gasket, Sweep (L = WIC) Gasket, Astrigal (L = HIC ) Gasket, Perimeter (L = 2* HIC +WIC) Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, BB1191, STD WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, BB1199, HVY WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, ECBB1101, STD WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, ECBB1103, HVY WT Screw, 6-32 x 5/8”, PH, PHSTS, S/S

PART #

Manual Closers and Covers (RH & LH)

ITEM #

Consult Factory Consult Factory 15B006 15B007 15B005 16B018 16B0043NN20 16B0044NN20 16B0050NN20 41A654

1 1 2 3 4 5 5 5 5 6

6 4

When ordering parts, specify Job Number, Door Number, and Manufacture Date. 1

1

5

6 Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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4 2 4

12

1 4

3

5

2

6

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11

6

10 8 10

9 7

Standard Push Plates (Current production)

DESCRIPTION

Optional Push Plates (Prior to 2010)

PART #

ITEM #

Door Panel Assembly, RH

Consult Factory

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Door Panel Assembly, LH Capping, Panel, Top/Bottom ( As Required) Capping, Panel, Side ( As Required) Screw, #10-24 x 1.00, PH FHMS, S/S Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, BB1191, STD WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, BB1199, HVY WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, ECBB1101, STD WT Hinge, Full Mortise, Ball Brg, ECBB1103, HVY WT Screw, #12-24 x 1.00, PHL FHMS, S/S Push Plate, W/ Handle (Optional, Pre-2010) Push Plate (Optional, Pre-2010) Handle, Stainless (STD) Push Plate, Stainless (STD) Screw, #6-32 x 0.75, PHL FHMS, S/S Window Asm, 1-3/4”, Pharm Panel (Optional) Window Asm, 1-3/4”, Cleanview (Optional)

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When ordering parts, specify Job Number, Door Number, and Manufacture Date.

Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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Replacement Parts Operator and Shroud

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Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

Replacement Parts Operator and Shroud

All Doors, Manual & Power

DESCRIPTION

PART #

Operator, Inswing, Single, LH

30D0032LV

ITEM # 1

Operator, Inswing, Single, RH

30D0032RV

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Operator, Outswing, Single, LH

30D0033LV

1

Operator, Outswing, Single, RH

30D0033RV

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Operator, Inswing, Paired

30D0034NV

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Operator, Outswing, Paired

30D0035NV

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B100SE Controller

23A0389

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Motor / Gearbox, RH

30A1001RF70

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Motor / Gearbox, LH

30A1001LF70

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Outswing Arm Assembly

16A1001NN70

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Inswing Arm Assembly

16A1002NN70

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Inswing Track Assembly

16A1003NN70

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Stop Ring Assembly

16A1000NN70

9

Handy Terminal Programmer

23A1003NN70

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Programming Kit, B100S Operator

23A1005

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Manual Closer, 4041, RH/LH

16B021

11

Manual Closer, 8501, RH/LH

16B0045NN

11

Cover, 4041 Closer, S/S, RH/LHR

13C437F1

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Cover, 8501 Closer, S/S, RH/LHR

13B1478RN20

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Cover, 4041 Closer, S/S, LH/RHR

13C437F2

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Cover, 8501 Closer, S/S, LH/RHR

13B1478LN20

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Shroud, 0°, Single Swing

55C0715

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Shroud, 0°, Double Swing

55B0717

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Shroud, 30°, Single Swing

55C0716

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Shroud, 30°, Double Swing

55B0718

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Screw, 10-24 x 1/2”, PH, PHMS, S/S

41A618

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Manual Part Number: 17A144-042115

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