Automatic Swing Door Operators
7. To whom can I turn for assistance in the planning of my particular special-purpose circuitry solution? What does it cost?
8. I do not understand the combination possibilities between the swing door operators and smoke detectors available.
12. My door is 10.. 20.. 30.. cm larger than the maximum size indicated in your instructions. Can I nevertheless fit the operator?
13. Oil is leaking from my ED operator. Can I repair the pump or should I send the unit to you for repair?
17. Are there any detailed wiring diagrams for the CD 400 comparable with those for the ED 200 (smoke detector connections..)?
18. What is the maximum permissible length of the power feeder in the circuitry for terminals 5/6 of the ED 200?
The outgoing power supply is generally rated at 12 or 24V AC/DC. ED 200: Connect floating NO contact to terminals 7 and 8; ensure compliance with maximum power input - ED200/A 800 mA, ED200/B 1500 mA. CD 400 with 24V: Connect floating NO contact to terminals 3 and 6. CD 400 with 12V: Power is taken directly from the transformer (see instructions). Electric strikes operating at 6 to 8V AC can only be connected with a separate power supply unit (see question 2).
Locking devices operating at less than 12V AC/DC can only be operated with an external power supply, an SM201 module (power supply unit) and a floating contact.
Install a diode or an upstream Lucky Strike (variable voltage pulsator).
The control unit is receiving voltage spikes. Please measure and set to max. 1A! Voltage spikes are often caused by unsuitable strikes or other non-OEM accessories.
The power lead is 80 cm long and is fed out of the operator on the control side. In the case of double doors, the connection lead is on the active leaf. A direct connection can be provided. Please consult the brochure for the position.
This is carried out for the system concerned as part of the official acceptance/approval inspection procedure. Integration and inspection must be initiated by the fire alarm system supplier (currently in preparation).
The support is provided in the first instance by the sales advisor. DORMA has a network of technical support personnel around the world to whom we can turn for assistance when required. Generally, the consultation and specification of the various possibilities will not cost you anything as we assume that we will also be awarded the implementation order. If technical clarification relating to security and emergency escape route technology should be required, please contact DORMA’s STA division: Cable diagram 65€/hour; wiring diagram 85€/hour (as per STA price list).
ED 200/A single-leaf with RMZ. ED 200/B single-leaf with RM or RM-ED. ED 200 double-leaf with RM or RM-ED. CD 400 single-leaf with RM or RM-ED. CD 400 double leaf with RM or RM-ED. Installation of ceiling-mounted smoke detectors: If the distance between the surface of the fire-rated ceiling and the bottom edge of the lintel/transom on at least one side of the door is greater than 1 m, two ceiling-mounted smoke detectors are required in addition to the lintel-mounted smoke detector. If the door is wider than 3 m and the distance to the fire-rated ceiling is less than 1m, two ceiling-mounted smoke detectors are again required. The ceiling-mounted smoke detectors from DORMA suitable for operation with the ED 200/CD 400 are: DORMA RM and DORMA RM-S. For ceiling-mounted smoke detectors by others, you will need to obtain the relevant approval certificates.
With a standard arm assembly, the smallest door leaf is 605 mm wide. For other arm assemblies, see brochure.
With a standard arm assembly on both leaves, the width of the inactive leaf can also be less than 605 mm but should not be less than 350 mm (arrangement not suitable for fire and smoke check doors).
As soon as the CD 80 has been launched on to the market, DORMA will also have the necessary special cabling (e.g. per VDE regulations in Germany) in its range. Until such time, the cabling will have to be provided by others.
The specified door leaf widths relate to EN 1154. The door heights are not specified in that standard. The approval certificates relating to the doors and dimensions are determined (e.g. in Germany) by the door manufacturers. The maximum door weight specified for the operator must be adhered to. Please remember that, with high door weights, the operating speed will have to be reduced in order to compensate for the higher mass moment of inertia.
Always send the unit in for repair!
According to the “Guidelines for powered windows, doors and gates” (German code of practice ZH 1/494), the force value at the main closing edge of the door must be limited to 150 N. Safety protection is thus required for a static force in excess of 150 N. We do not have any operators in our range that exceed this force value. However, DORMA advises that safety devices should always be provided for personnel protection. In the new German standard DIN V 18650, reference is made to a dynamic force of 150 N. If this standard is adopted, only the CD 400 can be used without safety sensors.
You will find an overview in the DORMAnet: Division Automatic / Info Datenbank / Produkte ED 200/CD 400
Yes - in the fixing instructions.
100 m, or the cable cross section must be modified.
The Service Pool of the STA division, as the door operators in this case are only provided with a floating contact for the opening operation.
No, but the components installed must be approved for the hold-open system. Individual diagrams are necessary for the commissioning phase.