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WIRING AND HOOKUP (Only by a qualified electrician/installer!)
For Schematic View of Control Board ( click here )
Be sure your main power (120vac) is OFF before attempting hookup. The 120 volts AC supply should be terminated to the wires below the duplex receptacle. Connect the 120 VAC to BLACK wire Neutral to the WHITE wire and Ground the GREEN wire.
Warning- Do not connect any 120 VAC wires directly to the terminal strips on the electronic control board. Only U.L. approved 14AWG ( or larger) 600 volt insulated wire should be used. A separate UL approved 10 amp circuitbreaker should be used for each MEGA-SLIDE-UL operator.
BATTERIES MUST BE INSTALLED AFTER 120VAC POWER IS TURNED ON. See BATTERY at page 3 and 120 VAC wiring on page 4.
Control wire connections at Iow voltage terminal strip will be at the top of the electronic control board.
Make connections to the appropriate points for the desired operation. Wires should be U.L. approved
600 volt rated and at least 18 awg. They are to be routed through the Nylon wiring loops on the right
side of the chassis. All external control devices must have normally open dry contacts.
DO NOT CONNECT ANY DEVICE WHICH WOULD DELIVER ANY VOLTAGE OF ANY KIND TO THESE TERMINALS.
Terminals 9,10,11,12 are the commons (0 VDC) used to activate the following inputs.
1,2,3 OPEN- These inputs will trigger gate open when pulsed or hold gate open with maintained contact. When released gate will close if closing timer is on or if close input is given.
4.AUXILIARY OPEN - Acts same as 1 2 3 above with S2-6 off. With S2-6 on this will operate as a
pulse-open pulse-close (Alternate commands). Note: Pulse to close will only work when gate is at
full open position. When S2-6 is off the input is the same as 1 2 or 3 but WILL not fire the K1 relay
when the gate reaches the open limit switch (use this to allow an external open signal to HOLD slide
gate open and not affect the barrier gate when they are interfaced. (i.e. 7 day timer photo cell. etc...)
5. SAFETY- Safety eclge and safety loop input. This function will make the gate reverse and go back
to the open position if it was closing. Input is for all NORMALLY OPEN contact safety devices. This
input is disabled when gate is closed.
6.CLOSE- ANTI-TAIL GATE close input. When using a vehicle detector you must use the presence
contacts (N.O. & C.) This input will QUICK close gate after input is applied and then removed. It will
stop the open cycle and reverse gate to close. (Example: Car crosses over close loop before gate
reaches full open position- gate will reverse and close). (Note: The close input also acts as a safety-
stop in that if gate is closing and a tailgater is sensed at the close input the gate WILL STOP its
closing motion and not continue to close until the close input is removed or gate is re-opened).
7. BACK-AWAY (FREE EXIT INPUT) This input is used for a free exit input to open gate when input
is received and to reverse gate and close immediately once input is removed. If gate is opening and
this input is removed the gate will reverse and close. If this input is followed by another input ( open
safety or close) gate will continue with its new instruction. (EXAMPLE: Car pulls up to exit loop
gate opens; car backs-away from exit loop and gate closes without fully exiting through gate).
8. SHADOW LOOP- This input operates as a hold open only when gate is a full open position.
9,10,11,12- COMMON- These inputs used for common (0 VDC) to above listed functions.
Note: The above inputs are tied to LED indicators to assist in trouble shooting.
These terminals will provide battery backed power to 24 VDC devices and are located at the bottom
of the electronic control board at terminals 1 and 2. Terminal 1 is 24 VDC (+) and number 2 is 0 VDC
(-). Peripheral CLASS 2 Iow voltage devices that require 24 VDC power maybe connected here (500
ma. maximum). EXAMPLE: Vehicle detector radio receiver.
RELAY OUTPUT Kl- Relay is programmable for functions set at S1-6 or S1-8.
HOOKING UP BATTERY LEADS- ALWAYS HOOKUP AND TURN ON AC POWER BEFORE INSTALLING BATTERIES.
After turning on AC power install two fresh fully charged 12 volt DC batteries on shelf next to motor. Connect red lead from operator to the positive (RED +) terminal of one battery and black lead from the operator to the (BLACK-) terminal of the OTHER battery. Place a jumper between the remaining terminals of each battery if one is not already in place.
Failure to instail batteries correctly will cause damage and WILL not be covered by warranty.
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