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CENTRY TRAFFIC BARRIER Product Code: CP71 INSTALLATION MANUAL
CENTRY
TRAFFIC
BARRIER
Product Code: CP71
INSTALLATION
MANUAL

Latest Revision: 15.03.2004 Document Ref.: 1012.D.01.0001_5

TRAFFIC BARRIER Product Code: CP71 INSTALLATION MANUAL Latest Revision: 15.03.2004 Document Ref.: 1012.D.01.0001_5
TRAFFIC BARRIER Product Code: CP71 INSTALLATION MANUAL Latest Revision: 15.03.2004 Document Ref.: 1012.D.01.0001_5
TRAFFIC BARRIER Product Code: CP71 INSTALLATION MANUAL Latest Revision: 15.03.2004 Document Ref.: 1012.D.01.0001_5

CENTRY TRAFFIC BARRIER TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

INTRODUCTION

Page 5

2.0

BASIC KIT

Page 5

3.0

RECOMMENDED TOOLS

Page 6

4.0

TYPES OF BOOMS - SIMPLEX / COMPLEX

Page 6

4.1 CENTRY PRE-TENSION SPRING

Page 6

4.2 DETERMINATION OF OPERATIONAL MODE

Page 7

5.0

BOOM ORIENTATIONS

Page 8

6.0

CABLE REQUIREMENTS - SIMPLEX / COMPLEX

Page 9

7.0

INSTALLATION

7.1 POSITIONING

Page 11

7.2 BOLTING DOWN ARRANGEMENT

Page 11

7.3 REPOSITIONING GEARBOX IN ENCLOSURE

Page 13

7.4 CHANGING ARC OF TRAVEL ( IF REQUIRED )

Page 16

7.5 BOOM ASSEMBLY

Page 18

8.0

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

Page 19

8.1 SIMPLEX

 

8.1.1 MAINS SUPPLY

Page 19

8.1.2 TRIGGER INPUT

Page 20

8.1.3 SAFETY BEAM

Page 20

8.1.4 COURTESY LIGHT

Page 21

8.2 COMPLEX

 

8.2.1 MAINS SUPPLY

Page 21

8.2.2 MEMORY INPUT ( MI )

Page 21

8.2.3 CLOSING LOOP ( OR BEAM ) INPUT

Page 22

8.2.4 FREE EXIT LOOP

Page 23

8.2.4.1 LOOP DETAILS

Page 24

8.2.5 NON - MEMORY INPUT ( NMI )

Page 25

8.2.6 TICKET VEND INTERLOCK ( T.V.I )

Page 25

9.0

COMMISSIONING

Page 26

10.0

DIAGNOSTIC LEDS

Page 31

11.0

MANUAL RELEASE

Page 31

12.0

MAINTENANCE

Page 32

13.0

WIRING DIAGRAMS

Page 35

14.0

SPECIFICATIONS

Page 37

15.0

GLOSSARY

Page 38

1.0

INTRODUCTION

A CENTURION ACCESS AUTOMATION system is a quality product designed to give many years of trouble free service.

This MANUAL has been compiled to assist you, the customer, with a trouble free installation.

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY

2.0 BASIC KIT

The boom kit comprises of one or more components shown in the identification list below.

ENCLOSURE & GEARBOX COMPONENTS 4.5m BOOM ARM 3m BOOM ARM ENCLOSURE AVAILABLE IN MILD OR
ENCLOSURE & GEARBOX COMPONENTS
4.5m BOOM ARM
3m BOOM ARM
ENCLOSURE AVAILABLE IN MILD OR STAINLESS STEEL
MOUNTING HARDWARE ( PART OF GEARBOX AND ENCLOSURE)
SKID PLATES
HOLDING DOWN ANGLE
NB. Mounting rawl bolts are not included (use 4 x M16x150)
ELECTRONICS
LOOP
DETECTOR
UNIT
--
STANDARD CHARGER
3355AAHH BBAATTTTEERRYY
TRANSFORMER
BATTERY
11 PIN
MAINS FAIL
35 A/H LOW
MAINTENANCE
RELAY
CP88 CONTROLLER
++
MASONRY BITS ELECTRIC 16mm DRILLING MACHINE
MASONRY BITS
ELECTRIC
16mm
DRILLING
MACHINE
MASONRY BITS ELECTRIC 16mm DRILLING MACHINE SOLDERING IRON 3.0 RECOMMENDED TOOLS SCREW DRIVER CRIMPING TOOL

SOLDERING IRON

3.0 RECOMMENDED TOOLS

16mm DRILLING MACHINE SOLDERING IRON 3.0 RECOMMENDED TOOLS SCREW DRIVER CRIMPING TOOL PLIERS/SIDE 3,5mm FLAT AND
SCREW DRIVER CRIMPING TOOL PLIERS/SIDE 3,5mm FLAT AND PIN LUGS CUTTER
SCREW DRIVER
CRIMPING TOOL
PLIERS/SIDE
3,5mm FLAT
AND PIN LUGS
CUTTER

SPANNER

1 x 10mm/2 x 13mm

1 x 17mm/1 x 19mm

HAMMER

No 1. PHILLIPS HACKSAW TAPE MEASURE SPADE PICK ALLEN KEYS 3mm ACROSS FLATS 10mm ACROSS
No 1. PHILLIPS
HACKSAW
TAPE MEASURE
SPADE
PICK
ALLEN KEYS
3mm ACROSS FLATS
10mm ACROSS FLATS
ARM LENGTH
There are two standard arm lengths available:
3m
4.5m
OPERATIONAL MODES
Two standard operational modes are available:
SIMPLEX (sometimes called Domestic)
- Use BMDV1.X firmware
COMPLEX (sometimes called Commercial) - Use BMCV3.X firmware

4.0 TYPES OF BOOM

The mode is determined by the microprocessor fitted to the CP88 control card as well as

selecting which loop detectors are required, (See next section)

ref. 1012034A.cdr

4.1 CENTRY PRE-TENSION SPRING

CENTRY PRE-TENSION SPRING

Adjust according to boom Pole Length 3.0m Pole: L=80mm 4.5m Pole: L=20mm

3.0m Barrier L=80mm 4.5m Barrier L=20mm

L
L
4.2 DETERMINATION OF OPERATIONAL MODE
4.2 DETERMINATION OF OPERATIONAL MODE

5.0 ORIENTATIONS

 

The following orientations are possible:- The factory default is Orientation 2 for single barriers. See section 7.3 for details of converting to other orientations.

 

If barriers are to be paired, (e.g. in a wide entrance of say 6 metres, which requires 2 x 3metre booms, then the pairs must be selected as Orientation 1 & 2 or Orientation 3 & 4 (i.e. where the doors will open onto the pavement and not onto the driveway).

WALL

ORIENTATION 1 & 2

WALL

WALL

FRONT VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
FRONT VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
 

PLAN VIEW

PLAN VIEW

WALL

WALL

WALL WALL ORIENTATION 1 ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED WALL ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED VEHICLE DIRECTION VEHICLE
WALL WALL ORIENTATION 1 ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED WALL ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED VEHICLE DIRECTION VEHICLE
ORIENTATION 1
ORIENTATION 1
ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED
ORIENTATION 2
ORIENTATION 2
REVERSED
WALL ORIENTATION 1 ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED WALL ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED VEHICLE DIRECTION VEHICLE

WALL

ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED
ORIENTATION 1
REVERSED
WALL ORIENTATION 1 ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED WALL ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED VEHICLE DIRECTION VEHICLE DIRECTION
WALL ORIENTATION 1 ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED WALL ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED VEHICLE DIRECTION VEHICLE DIRECTION

VEHICLE DIRECTION

WALL ORIENTATION 1 ORIENTATION 2 ORIENTATION 2 REVERSED WALL ORIENTATION 1 REVERSED VEHICLE DIRECTION VEHICLE DIRECTION

VEHICLE DIRECTION

 

DEFAULT ORIENTATION

ORIENTATION 3 & 4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW

ORIENTATION 3 & 4

FRONT VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
FRONT VIEW
FRONT
VIEW
ORIENTATION 3 & 4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW
ORIENTATION 3 & 4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW
 

PLAN VIEW

PLAN VIEW

4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW   PLAN VIEW PLAN VIEW VEHICLE DIRECTION ORIENTATION 3 ORIENTATION 4
4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW   PLAN VIEW PLAN VIEW VEHICLE DIRECTION ORIENTATION 3 ORIENTATION 4
4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW   PLAN VIEW PLAN VIEW VEHICLE DIRECTION ORIENTATION 3 ORIENTATION 4
4 FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW   PLAN VIEW PLAN VIEW VEHICLE DIRECTION ORIENTATION 3 ORIENTATION 4

VEHICLE DIRECTION

ORIENTATION 3
ORIENTATION 3
ORIENTATION 4
ORIENTATION 4
ORIENTATION 4 REVERSED
ORIENTATION 4
REVERSED

VEHICLE DIRECTION

ORIENTATION 3
ORIENTATION 3

REVERSED

6.0 CABLING REQUIREMENTS 6.1 SIMPLEX (Domestic) (Typical Application) IMPORTANT : Before doing any cabling, check
6.0 CABLING REQUIREMENTS
6.1 SIMPLEX (Domestic) (Typical Application)
IMPORTANT :
Before doing any cabling, check which operational
mode is required for the barrier. (See Section 4.1)
NOTE: 1. Guard controls operation of barrier using
pushbutton inside guardhut.
GUARD
HUT
220V AC
INPUT
INFRARED BEAM
(OR LOOP)
CABLING TO
PUSHBUTTON
2. Infra red safety beam can be replaced with inductive loop detector, fitted to the "safety loop" relay base
3. Fit BMDV1.X microprocessor to CP88 control card.
DIRCE TRAVEL TRAVEL
DIRCE
TION
TION OF
OF

6.2 COMPLEX (Commercial) (Basic Application)

No Ticket Spitter POWER 220V CARD READER 20mm LOOP / KEYPAD CONDUIT WIRE FEED 22MM
No Ticket Spitter
POWER
220V
CARD READER
20mm
LOOP
/ KEYPAD
CONDUIT
WIRE
FEED
22MM
11MM
CLOSING
LOOP
11MM
110000
RESTRICTING KERB
3,5M

NOTE - 1. Loop detector is fitted to "safety loop" relay base.

- 2. Card reader is connected to MI input.

- 3. Fit BMCV3.X microprocessor to CP88 control card.

6.2 COMPLEX (Commercial)

Access to parking area with ticket spitter TICKET SPITTER POWER 220V CARD READER 20mm LOOP
Access to parking area with ticket spitter
TICKET
SPITTER
POWER
220V
CARD READER
20mm
LOOP
/ KEYPAD
CONDUIT
WIRE
FEED
22MM
11MM
4M 4M
CLOSING
min min
LOOP
11MM
11MM
PRESENCE
110000
11MM
LOOP
RESTRICTING KERB
3,5M
NOTE: 1. " CLOSING " loop detector is fitted to " Safety loop " relay base;

2. " Presence " loop is part of ticket spitter;

3. Fit BMCV3.X microprocessor to CP88 control card.

6.3 COMPLEX ( APPLICATION WITH FREE EXIT LOOP - BI-DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC ) NOTE: For unidirectional
6.3 COMPLEX ( APPLICATION WITH FREE EXIT LOOP -
BI-DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC )
NOTE: For unidirectional traffic
see 8.2.4.1 .
EXIT
DIRECTION
2m
1m
1m
SAFETY / CLOSING
LOOP
FREE
EXIT
RESTRICTING
LOOP
KERB
1m
1m
/ CLOSING LOOP FREE EXIT RESTRICTING LOOP KERB 1m 1m NOTE: 1. THIS DISTANCE MUST BE

NOTE: 1. THIS DISTANCE MUST BE LESS THAN A CAR LENGTH, IF BI DIRECTION TRAFFIC IS REQUIRED.

2. USE BMCV3.X MICROPROCESSOR.

3. FIT BOTH SAFETY, AND FREE EXIT LOOP DETECTORS.

300mm

7.0

INSTALLATION

7.1 POSITIONING

CABLE ENTRY AREA (See section 7.2) 500mm 500mm
CABLE
ENTRY
AREA
(See section
7.2)
500mm
500mm
CABLE ENTRY AREA (See section 7.2) 500mm 500mm Determine correct position for barrier . Check orientation

Determine correct position for barrier .

Check orientation of door - see Section

5.0

Prepare hole for concrete foundation 500 x 500 x 300mm.

Prepare hole for concrete foundation 500 x 500 x 300mm. 200 230 ~164 Skid plate 7.2
Prepare hole for concrete foundation 500 x 500 x 300mm. 200 230 ~164 Skid plate 7.2
200 230 ~164
200
230
~164

Skid

plate

7.2 BOLTING DOWN ARRANGEMENT

7.2.1 Alternative 1

Access

door

E ITH E R

O R

A N C H O R

M 16 x 150

B O LTS M 16

R AW L

B O LTS

C

E

A B LE

N TR Y

A R E A

C O N C R E TE S LA B

Cable

entry

area

- Throw concrete slab approximately 500 x 500 x 300 mm deep;

- Install cable conduits, make sure

conduits exit in cable entry area.

- Leave approximately 50 mm of conduit protruding above concrete base;

- Concrete in anchor bolts or fit rawl bolts later. Use skid plates as templates for anchor / rawl bolt positioning, if required.

CABLE

CONDUIT

NOTE: Enclosure base is clamped between skid plates and holding down angles.

HOLDING

DOWN

ANGLE

SKID PLATE

APPLY GREASE TO CONTACT AREA OF TOP OF SKID PLATE AND BOTTOM OF HOLDING DOWN ANGLE

M16X150

RAWL

BOLTS

APPLY GREASE TO CONTACT AREA OF TOP OF SKID PLATE AND BOTTOM OF HOLDING DOWN ANGLE

7.2.2 ALTERNATIVE 2

Nut Closest to edge
Nut Closest to edge
7.2.2 ALTERNATIVE 2 Nut Closest to edge C A B LE - Before pouring the concrete

C A B LE

- Before pouring the concrete ensure that the mounting plate is positioned correctly.

- The plate is not symmetrical. The two nuts closest to the plate edge face towards the door of boom enclosure.

- Tighten top and bottom nut to aid in positioning the plate when the concrete is poured.

- Place the plate above surface of concrete.

- Leave the concrete to dry.

E N TR Y A R E A - Unscrew the nuts and washers, and
E N TR Y
A R E A
-
Unscrew the nuts and washers, and
remove them.
-
Arrange enclosure in position and
C O N C R E TE
S LA B
clampe it between the mounting plate
and the holding down angle supplied
using the nuts and washers that were
removed.
CABLE
CONDUIT
M12 NUTS &
WASHERS
HOLDING
DOWN
ANGLE
BASE
PLATE

7.3 REPOSITIONING GEARBOX IN ENCLOSURE

( To convert a factory default orientation 2 to orientation 4 )

The following modifications are done only if it is necessary to change the orientation of the gearbox inside the enclosure e.g. the unit has been incorrectly ordered, or site conditions have changed.

Step 1
Step
1
CAPTIVE PLATE Step 2 Step 3 CABLE TO CP88 CONTROL CARD Step 2 Step 3
CAPTIVE PLATE
Step
2
Step
3
CABLE
TO CP88
CONTROL
CARD
Step
2
Step
3
Remove bolts
and nuts securing
cross brace to
gearbox assembly
Remove cables
linking
motor and limit
switch to CP88
control card

GEARBOX ASSEMBLY

Cross Bar

CONNECTOR

Step 1 Remove M6 x 10 bolts holding gearbox to enclosure
Step
1
Remove M6 x 10
bolts holding
gearbox to enclosure
to CP88 control card GEARBOX ASSEMBLY Cross Bar CONNECTOR Step 1 Remove M6 x 10 bolts

REPOSITIONING GEARBOX IN ENCLOSURE ( Continued )

Step 4 Lift gearbox assembly out of the enclosure.
Step
4
Lift gearbox
assembly out of
the enclosure.
Step 5 Rotate the gearbox through 180 o
Step
5
Rotate the
gearbox through
180
o
Step 6 Refit the gearbox back into the enclosure
Step
6
Refit the
gearbox back
into the
enclosure
Step 5 o ROTATE 180 Step 4 Step 6 ENCLOSURE ENCLOSURE
Step
5
o
ROTATE 180
Step
4
Step
6
ENCLOSURE
ENCLOSURE

REPOSITIONING GEARBOX IN ENCLOSURE ( Continued )

Step 9 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY CAPTIVE PLATE Step 8 Cross Bar Step 7 CABLE CONNECTOR TO
Step
9
GEARBOX ASSEMBLY
CAPTIVE PLATE
Step
8
Cross Bar
Step
7
CABLE
CONNECTOR
TO CP88
CONTROL
CARD
Step
7
Step
8
Step
9
Tighten
Bolt gearbox
Reconnect the
cross brace
back onto
cable
enclosure
16 16
LOOSEN CAP SCREW HOLDING CRANK ARM OF COUNTERBALANCE SPRING. GIVE CRANK ARM A SHARP TAP
LOOSEN CAP SCREW HOLDING CRANK ARM OF COUNTERBALANCE SPRING.
GIVE CRANK ARM A SHARP TAP WITH A RUBBER MALLET TO LOOSEN OFF TAPER SHAFT.
LOOSEN
CHANGE MOUNTING POSITION OF COUNTERBALANCE SPRING.
AND
AND

REMOVE CRANK ARM SHAFT AND SWING CRANK ARM THROUGH ANGLE SHOWN

CRANK ARM SHAFT AND SWING CRANK ARM THROUGH ANGLE SHOWN SWOP TENSIONER PIN AND SPRING TO

SWOP TENSIONER PIN AND SPRING TO ADJACENT HOLE

REMOVE SPRING

DO NOT ADJUST POSITION OF TOP NUT

TENSIONER PIN

REMOVE REFIT LOCK NUT LOCK NUT RE - ADJUST THE LIMIT SWITCH STRIKER PLATE LOOSEN
REMOVE
REFIT
LOCK NUT
LOCK NUT
RE - ADJUST THE LIMIT SWITCH STRIKER PLATE
LOOSEN
LOCATE LIMIT SWITCH STRIKER
PLATE, LOOSEN LOCK NUT
AND PUSH STRIKER SUCH THAT
SPRING IS ON THE REVERSE
SIDE OF THE PLATE e.g.
LOCKNUT
LIMIT SWITCH
STRIKER PLATE

7.5 BOOM ASSEMBLY

1 A
1
A

If the boom pole has not been supplied pre-drilled, use the external clamping piece as a

template, mark and drill the 10.5

mm holes in the boom pole. In

order for the end cap to fit correctly, there must be a

clearance, the thickness (A) of the

end cap, between the end of the

boom pole and the clamping piece.

2 1 2 3
2
1
2
3

Fit the boom pole (1) into the external clamping piece (2). Fit the M10 bolt through the internal clamping piece (3) and slide the assembly through the end of the boom pole. Locate the bolts in the holes in the boom pole.

3
3

Fit the M10 nuts onto the bolts and tighten. Fit the boom end cap into the end of the boom as shown above.

8.0 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ( See section 13 for wiring diagram ) The instructions are broken
8.0 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
( See section 13 for wiring diagram )
The instructions are broken down into two sections:
- SIMPLEX type boom logic (Section 8.1)
- COMPLEX type boom logic (Section 8.2)
Connections are made to the mains isolator and 16 way terminal
strip mounted on the chassis plate fitted to the door, (old version
prior Nov. 1997) or to the terminal strip inside the base.
ABBREVIATED WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
ON CHASSIS PLATE
DOOR
CHASSIS PLATE
CONTROL CARD
ON DOOR
CP88
MF
SAFETY
FREE EXIT
TRANSFORMER
MAINS ISOLATOR
1
16
16 WAY TERMINAL
STRIP
N.B. Before doing any connections check which microprocessor
is fitted to the CP88 control card (see section 4.1).
8.1
- SIMPLEX TYPE BARRIER LOGIC
TYPICAL INPUTS FOR DOMESTIC APPLICATION BOOMDV1.X CHIP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
12V AUX
NOT
NOT
TRIGGER
NOT
SAFETY
COURTESY
NOT
SUPPLY
USED
USED
INPUT
USED
BEAM
LIGHT
USED
NOTES:
1) TRIGGER INPUT FUNCTIONS AS " START - STOP - REVERSE"
2) SAFETY BEAM PREVENTS BARRIER FROM CLOSING ONTO A VEHICLE
3) 12V AUX SUPPLY CAN BE USED TO POWER SAFETY BEAMS AND RADIO RECEIVER.
8.1.1
AC MAINS SUPPLY
TO EXISTING
WIRING
- Remove cover from ISOLATOR
( LIVE )
BROWN
( NEUTRAL )
BLUE
- Connect 220V AC, 50 HZ supply
as shown.
ON
- Refit cover to isolator
OFF
- Switch isolator to " ON "
CONNECT SUPPLY
HERE
COM
+12V
COM
MI
COM
IRB
TVI

8.1.2 TRIGGER INPUT

OPTION 1 N/O PUSHBUTTON NOTE: TYPICAL RECEIVER SHOWN. REFER TO MANUFACTURER
OPTION 1
N/O PUSHBUTTON
NOTE: TYPICAL RECEIVER SHOWN.
REFER TO MANUFACTURER
MI COM
MI
COM
12-24V COMMON N /O
12-24V
COMMON
N /O

OPTION 2

RADIO

RECEIVER

FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. 1 2 3 +12V TERMINAL BLOCK NUMBERS ON COM CHASSIS PLATE 2
FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
1
2 3
+12V
TERMINAL BLOCK
NUMBERS ON
COM
CHASSIS PLATE
2
7
8
MI
+12V
+12V
COM
COM
PSU
MI
MI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
#
0
**

OPTION 3

KEYPAD

8.1.3. SAFETY BEAM

TRANSMITTER RECEIVER TERMINAL BLOCK NUMBERS ON BEAM N/C N/O CHASSIS PLATE 2 11 12 LINK
TRANSMITTER
RECEIVER
TERMINAL BLOCK
NUMBERS ON
BEAM
N/C
N/O
CHASSIS PLATE
2
11
12
LINK
COM
+12V
IRB
+12V
POWER
COM SUPPLY
+ 12V
POWER
NEG (0V)
SUPPLY

NOTE - TYPICAL SAFETY BEAM IS SHOWN; REFER TO MANUFACTURER FOR DETAILS

2121
2121

8.2.3 CLOSING BEAM OR LOOP INPUT

TO LOWER THE ARM REQUIRES A CLOSING SIGNAL. THIS IS SUPPLIED BY EITHER A CLOSING
TO LOWER THE ARM REQUIRES A CLOSING SIGNAL.
THIS IS SUPPLIED BY EITHER A CLOSING BEAM OR
INDUCTIVE LOOP DETECTOR.
e.g.
INDUCTIVE LOOP DETECTOR FITTED
TO CHASSIS PLATE INSIDE BOOM
ENCLOSURE PLUGGED INTO "SAFETY
LOOP" RELAY BASE.
IR BEAM
EXAMPLE 1
CENTURION BEAM
N/C
N/O
TRANSMITTER
RECEIVER
N/C
N/O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
COM
+12V
EXAMPLE 2
IRB
IR90-B BEAMS
EXISTING WIRING
INSIDE BOOM
N/C
N/O
( - )(+)
1
2
3
4
5
TERMINAL
BLOCK ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
CHASSIS
PLATE
+12V
COM
IRB
BEAM OR
LOOP
LOOP UNDER
ROADWAY
TWISTED
WIRE
INDUCTIVE
OR
LOOP
COM
+12V
+ 12V
COM
COM
+ 12V
NEG (0V)

N.B. THE CLOSING BEAM, OR LOOP, ALSO ACTS AS A SAFETY. THEREFORE MOUNT BEAM OR LOOP DIRECTLY UNDER BARRIER ARM.

1m1m

1m1m

8.2.4.1 UNIDIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC WITH FREE EXIT LOOP

ONLY "SAFETY" LOOP DETECTOR IS FITTED TO RELAY BASE

DETAIL B

DETAIL A NOTE 2
DETAIL A
NOTE 2
7 6 5 8 4 FREE EXIT 9 3 2 10 11 1
7 6
5
8
4
FREE
EXIT
9
3
2
10
11
1

NOTE: 12V LOOP DETECTORS ARE NORMALLY USED IN CENTRY BARRIERS, 220V AC DETECTORS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

16 WAY TERMINAL STRIP ON CHASSIS

5 6 0.5 0.5 m m FREE EXIT LOOP 0.5 0.5 m m NOTE 1
5 6
0.5
0.5
m
m
FREE EXIT
LOOP
0.5
0.5
m
m
NOTE 1
SAFETY LOOP
See also Section 6.3
EXIT
DIRECTION
0.5
0.5
m
m

NOTE: - 1. ENSURE FREE EXIT AND SAFETY

LOOPS ARE WIRED IN SERIES. - 2. FIT LINK TO FREE EXIT RELAY BASE AS SHOWN ABOVE.

8.2.4.2

BI-DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC WITH FREE EXIT LOOP

NOTE: 12V LOOP DETECTORS ARE NORMALLY USED

BOTH "SAFETY" AND "FREE EXIT" LOOP DETECTORS FITTED TO RELAY BASES

IN CENTRY BARRIERS, 220V AC DETECTORS

ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

DETAIL B DETAIL A
DETAIL B
DETAIL A

16 WAY TERMINAL STRIP ON CHASSIS

5 6 15 16

5

6

5 6 15 16

15

16

A 1 6 WAY T ERMINAL STRIP ON CHASSIS 5 6 15 16 EXIT DIRECTION 0.5

EXIT

DIRECTION

0.5 0.5 m m FREE EXIT LOOP 0.5 0.5 m m SAFETY LOOP See also
0.5
0.5
m
m
FREE EXIT
LOOP
0.5
0.5
m
m
SAFETY LOOP
See also Section 6.3
BIDIRECTIONAL
TRAFFIC
0.5
1.5m
m
0.5 0.5 m m FREE EXIT LOOP 0.5 0.5 m m SAFETY LOOP See also Section
8.2.4.3 LOOP DETAILS STANDARD FEATURES OF THE DETECTOR ARE: - Reset Switch. The reset switch
8.2.4.3 LOOP DETAILS
STANDARD FEATURES OF THE DETECTOR ARE:
- Reset Switch.
The reset switch enables the detector to be manually reset during commissioning and testing.
This results in the detector re-tuning the sensing loop and becoming ready for vehicle detection.
- Selectable Pulse Time.
This feature sets the length of time that the pulse relay will be energised for. 1 Second or 0.2 Second.
- Pulse Relay Selection.
The Pulse relay may be configured to energise on detection of vehicle leaves the loop or when the vehicle leaves the loop.
- Switch selectable Sensitivity. Four sensitivity settings are available on the switches to allow flexibility in configuration.
1 High
- 0.01%
5
- 0.2%
2 - 0.02%
6
-
0.5%
3 - 0.05%
7
-
1%
4 -
0.1%
8
Low
-
2%
- Switch selectable Frequency.
Two frequency settings are available to prevent cross-talk between adjacent loops.
- Permanent Presence Option.
This feature ensures detection of the vehicle will be maintained when the vehicle is parked over the loop for extended periods.
- Sensitivity Boost.
This feature sets the undetect level to maximum sensitivity and is used to prevent loss of detection of high-bed vehicles.
- Filter Option
This option is used to provide a delay between detection of the vehicle and switching of the output relay. This delay is normally
used to prevent false detection of small or fast moving objects.
- Loop Fault Indicator
This LED Indicator is illuminated when the loop is either open circuit or short circuit and is used to give a visual indication of
a faulty
loop.
VEHICLE LOOP DETECTOR
LD 102
POWER
DETECT
WIRING
ON
OFF
LOOP FAULT
CONNECTIONS
EXTEND
2SEC
OFF
EXTEND
CONNECTION
PIN
SENS 0,02%
- S7/S8/S9
SENS
DETAIL
B
DETAIL
A
SENS 0.01%
S9
S7/S8
+
1
SENS
SENS 0.05%
S8
S7/S8
-
2
SENS 0.1%
S8/S9
S7
SENS
(Recommended
3
SENS 0.2%
S7
S8/S9
] 11-26V AC/DC
50/60 Hz 95mA
PULSE RLY N/O
PULSE RLY COM
PRESENCE RLY N/O
PRESENCE RLY COM
LOOP
LOOP
EARTH
PRES. RLY N/C
PRES. RLY N/C
FREQ
4
SENS 0.5%
S7/S9
S8
settings)
ASB
5
SENS 1%
S7/S8
S9
6
FILTER
SENS 2%
S7/S8/S9
-
FREQ.
LOW
HI
7
PRES
Note: If two
ON
OFF
8
ASB
PULSE MODE
detectors are used,
9
FILTER
2SEC
OFF
PULSE TIME
ON
10
PERM.PRES
OFF
set different
PULSE MODE
UNDET
DET
11
frequencies (S6)
PULSE TIME
1SEC 0.2SEC
PROCON
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN HOUSING WITH POWER ON.
ELECTRONICS
Loop
detector
FILL WITH EPOXY
COMPOUND OR
BITUMEN MASTIC
ROAD
SURFACE
4mm
TWIST FEEDER
AT LEAST 20
TURNS PER METRE
3 TURNS OF
CABLE MULTI
STRANDED
45 Width of cut
ROAD
4mm
(SILICON COATED)
(TYPICAL)
Brick
Paving
LOOP
300
300
No. OF
mm
mm
CIRCUMFERENCE
TURNS
IN METRES
> 10
2
2 m
6 - 10
3
< 6
4
3 TURNS MULTI
STRANDED
PLASTIC
CONDUIT
- WIRE: 1.5mm SQUARED MULTI STRANDED CABLE (USE SILICON COATED IF PLACED DIRECTLY INTO THE GROUND)
- SPACING BETWEEN TWO ADJACENT LOOPS > 2 METRES. ALTERNATE ADJACENT LOOPS USING DIFFERENT NUMBERS
OF TURNS.
- LOOP AND FEEDER SHOULD COMPRISE ONE LENGTH OF UNJOINED WIRE. IF JOINTS ARE MADE, THEN SOLDER JOINT.
- USE SCREENED FEEDER CABLE IN ELECTRICALLY NOISY ENVIRONMENTS OR WHERE FEEDER RUNS PARALLEL TO
POWER CABLES.
Maximum
recommended
feeder length
100m
Min.
100mm
1m
30-50mm
DEEP
DEPTH INTO ROAD
MIN. 30-50mm
DIPON
DIP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
108
9

8.2.5 NON MEMORY INPUT ( NMI )

An example of "NMI" is the signal given by a ticket vending machine.

NOTE: NMI responds only when contact goes from CLOSED to OPEN.

CP 88 CARD 11 12 9 10 11 12 13 14 COM N.C. NMI N.O.
CP 88
CARD
11
12
9
10
11
12
13 14
COM
N.C.
NMI
N.O.
T.V.I.
T.V.I.

8.2.6 TICKET VEND INTERLOCK ( TVI )

The " T.V.I " Signal from the CP88 CARD will prevent the ticket spitter from issuing another ticket until the arm is closing or closed. NOTE: The "TVI" contact can be selected as normally open or normally closed by bridging either jumper N/O or N/C on the CP88 card.

by bridging either jumper N/O or N/C on the CP88 card. CP88 CP88 CARD CARD N/O
CP88 CP88 CARD CARD N/O N/C 11 12 9 10 11 12 13 14 T.V.I.
CP88
CP88
CARD
CARD
N/O N/C
11 12
9 10
11 12
13
14
T.V.I.
T.V.I.
T.V.I.
COM N.C. NMI
COM
N.C.
NMI
N.O.
N.O.

N.O.

9.0

COMMISSIONING

9.1 - Before any commissioning is done it is important to make sure that the counter balancing spring is providing a force to balance the weight of the arm.

Adjust the spring tension to suit the length of of arm. This can be done by loosening the nuts on the spring tensioner and adjusting the length.

the nuts on the spring tensioner and adjusting the length. ADJUST LENGTH OF TENSIONER PIN TO

ADJUST LENGTH OF TENSIONER PIN TO SUIT ARM LENGTH

length. ADJUST LENGTH OF TENSIONER PIN TO SUIT ARM LENGTH Also make sure the boom coupler

Also make sure the boom coupler and crank arm are displaced by +/- 150 deg., NOT +/- 45 deg.

CRANK ARM
CRANK
ARM

BOOM COUPLER

NOTE: ARM IS FULLY RAISED ("UP ") AND COUNTER BALANCE SPRING IS FULLY RETRACTED.

CORRECT FOR

ORIENTATION 2

CORRECT FOR

ORIENTATION 4

150
150
150
150

END VIEWS FROM CRANK END

RETRACTED. CORRECT FOR ORIENTATION 2 CORRECT FOR ORIENTATION 4 150 150 END VIEWS FROM CRANK END
NOT
NOT

45

WRONG !!

NOT
NOT
RETRACTED. CORRECT FOR ORIENTATION 2 CORRECT FOR ORIENTATION 4 150 150 END VIEWS FROM CRANK END

45

COMMISSIONING (Continued )

N.B. See Section 10 for a summary of the Diagnostic LEDS

available on the controller.

9.2 - Switch on AC power and ensure the green power on LED on the CP88 control card illuminates:

CP88 CARD

 
PIC
PIC
  PIC
 
 
 
 

CHARGER ON

(GREEN LED)

9.3 - Trigger boom and check that " MI " or " NMI "LED illuminates with trigger input. Check that the "RAISED (OLS)" OR "LOWERED (CLS)"limit LED 's illuminate when the L/S microswitches are made.

CP88 CARD
CP88 CARD

MEMORY INPUT (MI) NON - MEMORY INPUT (NMI)

BOOM RAISED LIMIT MADE (OLS) BOOM LOWERED LIMIT MADE (CLS)

9.4

- Check status of RAISE / LOWER LED 's and see whether the arm movement
- Check status of RAISE / LOWER LED 's and see whether the arm
movement corresponds.
CP88 CARD
BARRIER
CLOSING
BARRIER
OPENING
LOWERING
RAISING
2828
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COMMISSIONING (Continued )

9.7 - If arm is not horizontal when the crank arm is at the correct T.D.C. point then loosen cap screw as shown and adjust until the arm is correct.

cap screw as shown and adjust until the arm is correct. ROTATE THIS SHAFT TO GET
cap screw as shown and adjust until the arm is correct. ROTATE THIS SHAFT TO GET

ROTATE THIS

SHAFT TO

GET ARM

HORIZONTAL

9.8 - AUTO - CLOSE (SIMPLEX MODE ONLY )

GET ARM HORIZONTAL 9.8 - AUTO - CLOSE (SIMPLEX MODE ONLY ) Ensure that the auto
GET ARM HORIZONTAL 9.8 - AUTO - CLOSE (SIMPLEX MODE ONLY ) Ensure that the auto

Ensure that the auto - close link is fitted onto the pins provided.

NO AUTO - CLOSEthat the auto - close link is fitted onto the pins provided. AUTO - CLOSE ACTIVE

AUTO - CLOSE ACTIVEclose link is fitted onto the pins provided. NO AUTO - CLOSE CP88 CARD Auto -

CP88 CARD
CP88 CARD

Auto - Close Link

NOTE: In the COMPLEX Mode the Auto - close link can be used to simulate a closing loop. It must therefore always be OFF for normal running conditions in COMPLEX Mode.

COMMISSIONING (Continued )

9.8 - COLLISION SENSITIVITY

CP88 CARD MIN RAISE SENSITIVITY ARM MAX ADJUSTMENT MIN LOWER ARM MAX OPENCLOSE
CP88 CARD
MIN
RAISE
SENSITIVITY
ARM
MAX
ADJUSTMENT
MIN
LOWER
ARM
MAX
OPENCLOSE

CURRENT

LIMIT

Adjust the collision sensitivity potentiometer to an acceptable closing force when arm moves downwards.

to an acceptable closing force when arm moves downwards. ARM MUST RETURN ON STRIKING AN OBSTRUCTION

ARM MUST RETURN ON STRIKING AN OBSTRUCTION (SIMPLEX MODE )

STOPS WITHOUT REVERSAL (COMPLEX MODE )

10.0 DIAGNOSTIC LEDS

MI

NMI

IRB

ILP

OLS

CLS

CP88 CARD LOWER RAISE
CP88 CARD
LOWER
RAISE
MI NMI IRB ILP OLS CLS CP88 CARD LOWER RAISE POWER (green) MI - ON WHEN

POWER

(green)

MI - ON WHEN MI INPUT IS PRESENT.

NMI

- ON

WHEN NMI INPUT IS PRESENT.

IRB

- SIMPLEX -

ON

ON

WHEN SAFETY BEAM/LOOP BROKEN

 

COMPLEX -

WHEN MAINS FAILURE IS DETECTED

 

(IF MAINS FAIL RELAY IS FITTED).

ILP

-

COMPLEX -

ON

WHEN CLOSING LOOP /BEAM IS ACTIVATED.

OLS

CLS

RAISE

LOWER

POWER

- WHEN OPEN LIMIT SWITCH IS ACTIVATED.

ON

- WHEN CLOSED LIMIT SWITCH IS ACTIVATED.

ON

- ON

ONLY WHILE BOOM IS OPENING.

- ONLY WHILE BOOM IS CLOSING.

ON

- WHEN MAINS POWER IS PRESENT.

ON

11.0 MANUAL RELEASE

In the event of a total malfunction of the boom it is possible to release the clutch and operate the boom manually.

CHAIN
CHAIN
to release the clutch and operate the boom manually. CHAIN CLUTCH RELEASE BAR ROTATE THE CLUTCH

CLUTCH RELEASE BAR

and operate the boom manually. CHAIN CLUTCH RELEASE BAR ROTATE THE CLUTCH RELEASE BAR ANTI -

ROTATE THE CLUTCH RELEASE BAR ANTI - CLOCKWISE TO DISENGAGE CLUTCH

CLUTCH PLATE

DRIVE PINION

IF JAMMED, PRISE CLUTCH PLATE APART FROM DRIVE PINION.

12.0 MAINTENANCE

The Centurion boom requires a minimum of maintenance. The following checks should be done periodically:

- Ensure all terminals are tight and that no nuts and bolts are loose.

- Check the chain tension, and adjust if necessary.

- Check that the battery water level is correct and that battery voltage is 13,6 to 13,8V DC without the charger connected.

The exploded view of the boom assembly lists all spare part codes if spares are required. ( See 12.1 & 12.2 )

ADJUSTING CHAIN TENSION
ADJUSTING CHAIN
TENSION
required. ( See 12.1 & 12.2 ) ADJUSTING CHAIN TENSION TAKE UP CHAIN SLACK USING MOTOR
required. ( See 12.1 & 12.2 ) ADJUSTING CHAIN TENSION TAKE UP CHAIN SLACK USING MOTOR

TAKE UP CHAIN SLACK USING MOTOR TENSIONER PLATE AFTER LOOSENING MOTOR BOLTS FRACTIONALLY

12.1 EXPLODED ASSEMBLY - ENCLOSURE CB1012.047 CB1012.009 B228104012 B228104012 CB1012.049 CB1012.060 CB1012.032
12.1 EXPLODED ASSEMBLY - ENCLOSURE
CB1012.047
CB1012.009
B228104012
B228104012
CB1012.049
CB1012.060
CB1012.032
CB1012.046
CB1012.010
SBR.PSA3X6
CB1012.028
M-PLAK37LH
CB1012.028
CB1012.048
CB1012.029
CB1012.030
CB1012.029
W120105000
N120105000

ASSY: CP18LS

CH06B1085L

W320206000

W120206000

SP12001013

CB1012.036

B126106010

B121106035

B221112055

CB1012.035

CB1012.013

CB1012.022

CB1012.012

CB1012.021

BOOM GEARBOX - EXPLODED ASSEMBLY

CB1012.005

N220112000

CB1012.026

CB1012.016

MTSW402826

BBUFL20600

BBUFL20600

N120206000

N220112000

B121106010

W120212000

W320212000

W320212000

W120206000

W320206000

B221112055

B221112055

W120212000

12.2

W320210000

CB1012.006

CB1012.044

CB1012.007

BBP0S10LH10

N120110000

N120112000

N120101000

N120110000

B121210050

W120101000

W120212000

B124112025

B124112025

CB1012.042

BBP0S10RHD

W120101000

N120110000

CB1012.008

N1201100LH

B124112025 CB1012.042 BBP0S10RHD W120101000 N120110000 CB1012.008 N1201100LH W120212000 W320212000 N120112000 34 34
W120212000 W320212000 N120112000
W120212000
W320212000
N120112000

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13.0 WIRING DIAGRAM OF BOOM MAINS FAIL TIXEEERF YTEFAS RELAY TERMINAL 6 2 POOL POOL
13.0 WIRING DIAGRAM OF BOOM
MAINS FAIL
TIXEEERF
YTEFAS
RELAY
TERMINAL
6
2
POOL
POOL
STRIP ON
220V
CHASSIS
AC
PLATE
5
10
BLACK
1
ISOLATOR
12V DC
0V
SUPPLY
RED
2
BROWN
220V AC
INPUT
BLUE
L
N
SUPPLY
CHARGER
3
TRANSFORMER
CLOSING
GREY
BEAM
4
+12V
0V
75
6
8
CLOSING OR
1
3
LD 101
SAFETY
2
4
7
8
9
10
RED
7
LOOP
6
+12V
0V
AC
AC
M.I.
DETECTOR
BATTERY
GREEN
PRES.
8
BLACK
5
PULSE
GREY
9
4
ILP
N.M.I.
WHITE
WHITE
10
2
NMI
CP88
GREEN
GREEN
CONTROL
11
12V
BARRIER
CARD
M
BLUE
1
3
MI
IRB
MOTOR
0.1
10W
RAISE
BLUE
GRN
DC
MOTOR
12
YELLOW
11
POTENTIAL
YELLOW
BARRIER UP
T.V.I.
13
14
FREE
YELLOW
ORANGE
LIMIT SWITCH
12
CONTACT
OLS
3
YELLOW
4
PULSE
CLS
5
6
PURPLE
6
BARRIER
15
PRES.
DOWN
LIMIT SWITCH
5
16
7
8
LD 101
DER
FREE EXIT
1
2
LOOP DETECTOR
KCALB
NWORB
+12V
0V
NWORB
YRETTAB
CENTRY WIRING DIAGRAM PSU2 (CP110 VERSION) LIMIT SWITCH ASSEMBLY M PSU2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT CP88
CENTRY WIRING DIAGRAM PSU2
(CP110 VERSION)
LIMIT SWITCH ASSEMBLY
M
PSU2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT
CP88 - PSU TYPE
BATTERY
RED
+
BLACK
1
2
3
4
BLUE
BROWN
CLOSING LOOP
MAINS
FREE EXIT LOOP
FAIL
RELAY
CP110 TERMINATION BOARD
YELLOW/GREEN
BLUE
1
2
3 4
5
6 7
8
9 10
11
12
13
14
I
15 16
ISOLATOR
0
BROWN
L
N
E
GREEN
WHITE
BLUE
GREY
ORANGE
12V DC
-
SUPPLY
+
PURPLE
RED
CLOSING
PRES.
BEAM
BLACK
SAFETY
BROWN
LOOP
BROWN
YELLOW
M.I.
YELLOW
N.M.I.
BATTERY
MOTOR
-
BARRIER
RAISE
T.V.I.
GREEN
FREE
LOOP EXIT
GREEN
NE
L
BATTERY

5

6

7

8

9

10 11 12

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

14.0 SPECIFICATIONS

MOTOR

Geared DC motor

Motor voltage Motor starting torque Motor continuous torque

POWER SUPPLY

Battery supply AC supply to battery charger Battery charger

Maximum charge current Float voltage

GENERAL

Type: SWF 402826 12V DC. Gearbox fitted with bronze wormwheel. 12V DC. 50Nm (Equiv. power +/- 600W). 6Nm ( Equiv. power +/- 72W).

12V DC 35A/H Maintenance free. 12 - 16V AC (30VA). Voltage regulated, short circuit protected. Output voltage adjustable. 1.5A nominal. 13.7V nominal.

Maximum boom length

4.5m.

Boom cycle time

less than 5 seconds.

Number of operations in the event of mains power failure using standard 35A/H battery

300 operations

Recommended maximum number of boom operations per day

1000 operations.

ENCLOSURE

Material

1.6mm mild steel or stainless steel.

Surface finish

White epoxy powder coat, red cover.

Access door

Lockable, hinged. Surface coating as per main enclosure.

CONTROLLER

Type

Centurion CP88.

Trigger inputs

Memory input for pushbutton, keyswitch, radio

Inductive loop input/ IR Beam input

control, card reader, keypad and any device with potential free N/O output. Non memory input for ticket vendor or cash register. Simplex - Provides safety input Complex - Boom lowers automatically when loop

Roll back protection Auto - close

is cleared. Programmed 2 second. Simplex - Programmed 30 seconds, selectable,

Interlocks

ON or OFF Complex - Programmed 90 seconds, not selectable.

Terminals

Tickets vend interlock via potential free contact to inhibit ticket issue when boom is raising or up. Plug in terminals for auxiliaries. Screw type terminals for motor and battery.

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