2The DTS Garage door openers are imported by DTS Security Products CC . We continue to upgrade our products via our suppliersto meet the consumers requirements.
3Garage door operator (GDO) Training onDTS 600/800 - ALPHA 500/800 - R 12/16
4Checks prior to installation of GDO. Ensure that the door is installed properly.Make sure that when the garage door is moving, there are no friction points.The tension springs must be set correctly.For sectional and tip-up garage doors, the tension must be set so that the door in override position must stay were it is when left in the ¼, ½ and ¾ open position.For roll-up garage doors, the tension must be set so that the door in the override position must start to roll down slowly by itself from just above the ½ open position. (Sometimes bottoms weights are required to be fitted at the bottom of the garage door).This is to prevent coiling of the garage door when being closed.The garage door must be properly balanced.The garage door must be level.Should be able to lowered and raise the garage door by hand with ease.Make sure the garage door structure is solid and suitable to be motor driven.Note: It is illegal to automate a Tip up garage door with counter weights on the side of the door.
5Installation of GDO. For Sectional Doors. Fit the GDO as horizontal as possible.Have a 220 volt power plug fitted as close as possible to where the motor head will be.Make sure all fittings holding the GDO are secure.Ensure that the chain tension on the GDO is correct.For Tip-up Doors.Fit the GDO with a tilt of approximately 15 degrees with the motor head being the lower part.For Roll up Doors.Make sure the GDO is as close as possible to the adaptor wheel.Fit the GDO with the clamping plate parallel to the floor below the garage door shaft.Have a 220 volt power plug fitted as close as possible to where the Control box will be.Modify the adaptor wheel NOT THE GDO to fit into each other.
6FeaturesDTS 600/800 (800 to be used for Caravan and double garage doors).24 volt DC motor designed.Anti crush mechanism.24 volt battery back up.On board rolling code receiver. (RX).Maximum of 20 remotes.Auto close facility.Manual release facility.Easy to install.Simple programming.Can be used for Sectional, Tip up and Caravan Doors.Safety Infra Red Beams can be connected.
7Programming. Open and Close position. Place door in approximately half open position.Make sure that the traveler is engaged to the chain link.Apply 220 volt power to the unit.Keep all persons and property clear from the door.Remove all external connections.Press and hold SET (K1) button until LED displays the figure 1.Press and hold UP (K3) button, the door must move to the open position.Release the button when the door has reached the desired open position.Can be fine set by using UP (K3) and DOWN (K4) buttons.Press and release SET (K1) to store this position.The LED will automatically change to the figure 2.Press and hold DOWN (K4) button, the door must move to the close position.Release the button when the door has reached the desired close position.Can be fine set again by using UP (K3) and DOWN (K4) buttons.The door will now automatically open and close to store the required load force.Replace all external connections, if any.The door is now set for normal operational use. (Note the change on the display)
8Manual adjustment on load force for special purposes. Please note that this programming is generally not necessary.Press and hold SET (K1) button until the LED displays the figure 3.On releasing SET (K1) button the force setting will appear on the display, anything from 1 – 9.Press UP (K3) to increase the load to a maximum figure of 9.Or press DOWN (K4) to decrease the force to a minimum figure of 1.Press and release SET (K1) to store your required setting.Should the door meet and hinders it will stop and rebounds cm.
9Function modes. Activate and De-activate the Infra Red Beams. Make sure that your beams has been installed correctly before activating this function.Press and hold DOWN (K4) button until the LED displays a -.Press DOWN (K4) button once, the LED will display II, beams are now de-activated.Press UP (K3) button once, the LED will display H, beams are now activated.Please note: If beams are activated with no beams fitted, the GDO will open but will NOT close.Press SET (K1) button to store your settings.
10Setting of Auto close ON/OFF. IMPORTANT: This function must not be activated if no beams are fitted.Press and hold UP (K3) button until LED displays a -.Press UP (K3) button, the auto close time will increase by 1 minute each time the UP (K3) button is pushed, the LED will display figures 1 to 9 with 9 being maximum.Press DOWN (K4) button to de-crease the time by 1 minute on each push with the minimum being 1 minute.If DOWN (K4) button is pushed until the figure 0 appears, the auto close is then de-activated.Press SET (K1) to store your setting.
11Setting of Holiday Lock-out ON/OFF. Press and hold SET (K1) button until the LED displays figure 4.On releasing the button the figure will change automatically to a 1.or a 0.Press UP (K3) button to display figure 1, holiday lock-out activated.Press DOWN (K4) button to display figure 0, holiday lock-out de-activated.Press SET (K1) button to store your required setting.To over ride the holiday lock-out, press button no. 3 on the transmitter before the required button on the transmitter to open the garage door.This can only be done with the transmitters supplied with the DGO from DTS Security Products.Example button no.1
12Programming of Transmitters. (Max.20) Press and release CODE (K2) button, a red dot on the screen will light up.Press the required button on the transmitter.The Red dot will go off.Press the same button on the transmitter again.The Red dot will flicker a few times and stay off.The LED display will then show a II.Transmitter programmed successfully.Repeat above to program a maximum of 20 transmitters.Please note that button no. 3 cannot be programmed onto the on board receiver.This button is used in conjunction with holiday lock-out.Example button no.1
13Master erase Receiver.Press and hold CODE (K2) button, the Red dot will flash 14 times followed by the LED display flashing a letter C 4 times.Release the button.The LED display will then automatically show a II.All transmitters are now deleted.
15Connecting the battery back-up. Fit the battery on top of the motor head, space provided.Clamp battery down with the 2 provided brackets.Connect the battery terminal wires to the provided wires on the motor head.Allow time for batteries to charge fully.The GDO is now ready to be used as a battery back-up system.
20Disconnect external connections (Green connector block). If the GDO now operates, reconnect the externals one at a time until the fault re-occurs.That external unit is then faulty or incorrectly wired onto the GDO.If a line in the middle of the LED display is on and nothing wants to operate.The GDO was put into a none programmable mode.Follow the normal open and close program procedure to over come this problem.If the door closes but will not open, it is in holiday lock-out.Follow the holiday lock-out procedure to unlock the GDO or utilize button number 3 on the DTS transmitter .If the door opens but will not close, the beam function is enabled with no infra red beams fitted.Follow the de-activate procedure to over come this problem, or bridge out the GND and PE connection on the green connector block.If the door closes by itself, the auto close is activated.Follow the auto close procedures to de-activate auto close.Wires from infra red beamTrigger wires, EG: Intercom
21Important.The DTS600/800 garage door operator described in this training session is designed for Sectional, Tip-up and Double garage doors.Any other use is considered improper and WILL void the warranty.
23Features Alpha 500/800 (500 for single and 800 for double Doors) 24 volt DC motor designed.Anti crush mechanism.Optional 24 volt battery back up.On board rolling code receiver. (RX).Maximum of 4 remotes.Manual release facility.Easy to install.Simple programming.Boxed for easy transport and storage.Can be used for Sectional and Tip up Doors.Safety Infra Red Beams can be connected.
24Assembly of GDO. Assemble the GDO according to the provided manual. Make sure that the traveler connecting pin is fitted correctly on the chain in terms of the correct side in the traveling channel for programming purposes afterwards.Ensure not to over or under tension the chain.
25Programming.Open and Close position. (Maximum travel distance = 3.5 M)Place door in approximately half open position.Make sure that the traveler is engaged to the chain link.Keep all persons and property clear from the door.Apply 220 volt power to the unit.Wait approximately 20 seconds for PCB to power up.If the RED led flashes, the PCB must be put into program mode.If the RED and GREEN led flashes simultaneously, the PCB is already in program mode. (Therefore, skip next 4 lines).To put the PCB into program mode.Press and hold “CANC” push button, then push and hold “TEST” button. Hold both buttons simultaneously until the GREEN led flashes quickly and RED led flashes slowly simultaneously.Release both push buttons.Wait until RED and GREEN led flashes slowly simultaneously.
26Press and hold the “TEST” button, this will move the door towards the close position in program mode with the GREEN led on.Release the button approx. 10cm before the close position to enable fine setting by pushing short and frequently on the “TEST” button.Allow a small gap between door and floor.Press “CANC” button to store the close position.Wait for RED led to light up.Press and hold the “TEST” button again, this will move the door towards the open position in program mode with the GREEN led on.Release the button approx. 10cm before the open position to enable fine setting by pushing short and frequently on the “TEST” button.Press “CANC” button to store the open position.Press and release the “TEST” button again.The RED and GREEN led will flash alternatively, the door will then automatically close then open to store the required load force and stop in the open position.The RED led will start to flash slowly.Programming is completed.The door is now set for normal operational use.
27Manual adjusting the sensitivity force. Manual adjustment of the sensitivity force can be done by turning the load pot situated between the CANC and the TEST button.Clockwise to increase the force and anti-clockwise to decrease the force.The counter force can be simulated by pressing ones hand against the closing door.The door, under the counter pressure of ones hand, should stop and reverse.This counter force should be set at approximately 150N (15kg).This can be measured by hooking a fishermen's scale on the door.Load pot
28Programming of Transmitters. (Max. 4) Please note that the run cycle of the open and close position of the GDO must be done first before transmitters can be programmed.Press and release the PROG push button.The red and green LED’s will start to flash alternatively.Press and release the required transmitter button that needs to be programmed.The green LED should light up.After approximately 2 seconds, press and release the same transmitter button again.The green LED should now flash 10 times rapidly and then go OFF.The red LED should now start to flashing steady.Transmitter has been programmed successful.Repeat the above to program a maximum of 4 transmitters.EG: Button no. 1
29Master erase Receiver.Press and hold the CANC button, while holding push and hold the PROG button until the green LED starts to flash rapidly.Release both buttons.Wait until the red and green LED’s start to flash simultaneously.All transmitters are now deleted.New transmitters can now be reprogrammed onto the receiver.
31Connecting the battery back-up. Mount the battery box fixing bracket to the GDO.Fit the battery box onto the bracket.Remove the plug with 2 bridges from the back of the GDO.Connect similar plug on the battery cable into the GDO.Connect the opposite side of the battery cable to the battery box.Switch the battery ON.Allow time for batteries to charge fully.The GDO is now ready to be used as a battery back-up system.
32External Receiver Connection. Bridge if no beams are fitted.PCBN/O Trig.N/C Trig.CM Com.Receiver12-24v Pos.12-24v Neg.Red and bluewires from motor.Two black wires from transformer.Note: DC positive voltage could be obtain from either terminal 1 or 2,with the main power OFF and battery connected, check which terminal gives you DCvoltage, terminal 1 or 2.
33Connecting of wall mount bracket. Bridge if no beams are fitted.PCBWall mount push button.N/OCommonRed and bluewires from motor.Two black wires from transformer.
34Infra red beam connections. PCBRemove the bridge.Beam bridge.N/O Trig.N/C Trig.IR Beam RXCM Com.12-24v Pos.12-24v Neg.Red and bluewires from motor.Two black wires from transformer.IR Beam TX12-24v Pos.12-24v Neg.Note: DC positive voltage could be obtain from either terminal 1 or 2,with the main power OFF and battery connected, check which terminal gives you DCvoltage, terminal 1 or 2.If sentry beams are being used, connect N/O Trig to Terminal 8.
36Disconnect all external connections, terminals 1,5,6,7 & 8. Bridge terminal 7 & 8.If the GDO now operates, reconnect the externals one at a time until the fault re-occurs.That external unit is then faulty or incorrectly wired onto the GDO.If the red LED flickers continuously, the GDO had a overload.Power down the GDO, AC and DC.Try and obtain the source that created the overload and fix the problem.Re-apply power, AC and DC.On re-applying power the red LED still flickers continuously, replace the PCB.If the GDO does not react at all to the programmed transmitters, short out between connections 5 and 6.If the GDO still does not react, the receiver on the PCB has been damaged, replace the PCB.External receiverRemove bridgeBeams
38Features R 12 24 volt DC motor designed. Anti crush mechanism. Optional 24 volt battery back up.On board rolling code receiver. (RX).Maximum of 40 remotes.Auto close facility.Manual release facility.Easy to install.Works with most roller doors.Operates smooth and quietly.Safety Infra Red Beams can be connected.
39Programming. No programming is required for the DTS12R GDO. Fit the motor to the garage door.Check the motor and limit switch cord length and fit the Control panel box.Connect the motor and limit switch cord to the PCB (Process control board).Remove the side cover on the motor.Close the door manually by hand.Set the back (Bottom) cam to activate the back limit switch.Open the door manually by hand.Set the front (Top) cam to activate the front limit switch.Set dipswitch number 1 of the two block dipswitch to OFF. (Auto close OFF).Set dipswitch number 2 to the required position.Standing inside the garage looking at the door.Motor on left hand side of door, dipswitch 2 Down, towards L.Motor on right hand side of door, dipswitch 2 Up, towards R.Push the Red button on the control box to trigger the door.Check and fine set the BACK and FRONT cam to the desired door open and close positions.Motor on left.Motor on right.
40Load setting.The load setting for open and close must be set manually by the load pots marked as UP for opening and DOWN for closing.Turning the pots anti clock wise, decreases the load force.Turning the pots clock wise, increases the load force.The open and close load setting must be set individually.
41Programming of Transmitters. (Max. 40) Press and release the S1 learning button next to the 4 button SW2 dipswitch block.The learn LED1 will go ON and OFF once.Press and release any one of the four transmitter buttons.Although only 1 button was programmed onto the receiver, all 4 buttons on the transmitter is now programmed.Repeat the above steps for more transmitters.Select from the 4 dipswitch block which button must operate the GDO and put only that dipswitch to the ON position.Example 4 ON.Please note that if all 4 dipswitches are ON, all the buttons on the transmitter will operate the GDO.ONSW2 Dipswitch block.EG: Button no. 1S1 Learning button
42Master erase Receiver.Press and hold the S1 learning button for approximately 15 seconds until the learning LED1 goes off.All transmitters are now deleted from the on board receiver.S1 Learning button.
43External Receiver Connection. 12V Pos.12V Neg.Common.ReceiverN/ON/CDC power for the External receiver can also be obtained from the battery back-up terminals SP- and SP+
44Infra red beam connections. N/CN/OCommon.IR Beam RX12V Pos.12V Neg.IR Beam TX12V Pos.12V Neg.DC power for the beams can also be obtained from the battery back-up terminals SP- and SP+
45Features R 16 (Big brother to the R12) 24 volt DC motor designed. Anti crush mechanism.Optional 24 volt battery back up.On board rolling code receiver. (RX).Maximum of 40 remotes.Auto close facility.Manual release facility.Easy to install.Works with most roller doors.Operates smooth and quietly.Safety Infra Red Beams can be connected.
46Note: The DTS R16 uses the same control panel as the DTS R12, therefore all programming and setting up are basically the sameas the DTS R12.
47Limit switch settingsUnlike the R12 cam limits, the R16 limits are set on the worm screw.Follow the same procedures by putting the door manually in the open and close positions, but instead of moving the cams on the R12, turn the brass setting bushes towards the open or close limit by turning the bushes clock wise or anti-clock wise.Once the limits are set and fine tuning of open and close positions are correct, fasten the turn knobs to prevent the brass bushes from moving of its mark.