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2-Arm Drehsperre “Logiturn”
®
Logiturn II
Installation Manual
for
Gyro Turnstiles
and
Ikarus Doors
Date:17.01.2011
Rev. 4.3
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Installation Manual for
Gyro and Ikarus
Version Date
Comment
Rev. 1.0
Rev. 2.0
10.08.2004
14.10.2004
Rev. 3.0
Rev. 3.1
Rev. 3.2
Rev. 3.3
Rev. 3.4
27.12.2004
23.01.2005
12.06.2005
23.11.2005
24.11.2005
Rev. 3.4.1
Rev. 3.5
Rev. 3.6
Rev. 3.7
Rev. 3.8
Rev. 4.1
Rev. 4.1c
Rev. 4.1d
26.11.2005
02.02.2006
16.03.2006
21.03.2006
31.01.2007
15.04.2007
10.09.2008
26.02.2010
Rev. 4.1f
Rev. 4.2
Rev. 4.3
26.02.2010
20.04.2010
17.01.2011
Original version
Revised parameters, update for control board Rev. 4 (with
hole)
Revised in response to input from Andy
LED display of error number and source
CP par. 74 (store PR) added
New expansion board version added
Parameters 28 – 33: Values 20 and 30 deleted because
switching conditions identical to 41/51.
Additions and corrections by A.W.
Additions to error messages and standard parameters
Additions and corrections
Change of cover page
Expansion board connection terminals
Spec. integrated manual for Gyro and Ikarus, ®
Additions to Gyro Ikarus spec.. text and images. A.W.
Additions and corrections,
Revision Layou for Booklet Printing M.J.
Expansion parameters 73, to Dutch, Spanish, Polish | MJ
Additions Param 33, Value 91 | MJ
Additions Param 86 & 87, A.W. & M.J.
About this document
This is a combined manual for all of the products in the Logiturn II product family
with a cylindrical drive. Its purpose is to make it easy to quickly look up any required
information on all product components.
It is primarily aimed at technicians and product users who are familiar with Logiturn
products and their basic functions.
In addition to this manual, other detailed descriptions of the individual product
components are available as listed in the table below:
Version
Title
Note
V3.3
Hardware control panel
V2.1
Logiturn II mini GTC
V3.0
Power supply installation
manual
Logiturn II expansion board
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For turnstiles and revolving/swing
gates
Operating software for turnstiles and
revolving/swing gates
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Contents:
1 Mechanical Installation ................................................................................................ 5
1.1 Components and their designation ....................................................................... 5
1.2 Setup and Installation of a Gyro Turnstile or Ikarus Swing Door ....................... 7
2 Logiturn Control Unit Family .................................................................................... 16
2.1 Electrical installation overview .......................................................................... 16
2.1.1 General installation guidelines ..................................................................... 16
2.1.2 Power supply ................................................................................................ 17
2.1.3 Control unit / Drive unit cabling .................................................................. 18
2.1.4 Protective grounding .................................................................................... 21
2.1.5 Connecting cables ........................................................................................ 21
2.1.6 Connecting operating devices ...................................................................... 21
2.1.7 Connecting a "Mini-GTC" software control panel ...................................... 21
2.1.8 Connecting control panel hardware ............................................................. 22
3 Control unit ................................................................................................................ 23
3.1 Connection options............................................................................................. 23
3.1.1 Connection for releases (card reader, coin accepters, etc.) .......................... 23
3.1.2 Connecting a fire alarm system .................................................................... 25
3.1.3 Signal outputs for connecting release signal lights ...................................... 26
3.1.4 Power supply for signal lights...................................................................... 26
3.1.5 Feedback, counter, error, alarm ................................................................... 29
3.1.6 Expansion board........................................................................................... 31
4 Settings and parameters ............................................................................................. 31
4.1 DIP switch settings ............................................................................................. 31
4.1.1 [DIP 1...3] Turnstile ID ................................................................................ 32
4.1.2 Toggle configuration DIP5 .......................................................................... 32
4.1.3 Direction of rotation DIP6 ........................................................................... 32
4.1.4 Test and initialization runs DIP 7 ................................................................ 33
4.1.5 RM4 = alarm DIP 8...................................................................................... 33
4.2 Parameter settings .............................................................................................. 34
4.3 Parameter limit values ........................................................................................ 35
4.4 Factory parameter settings ................................................................................. 39
4.4.1 Opening and closing revolving/swing gates ................................................ 40
5 Control panel .............................................................................................................. 41
5.1 Parameter settings .............................................................................................. 41
5.2 Control panel parameters ................................................................................... 42
5.2.1 Factory settings ............................................................................................ 44
6 Errors and warnings ................................................................................................... 45
6.1 LED error indicator: ........................................................................................... 45
6.2 Error types .......................................................................................................... 46
6.2.1 Procedure in case of error ............................................................................ 47
6.3 Warnings ............................................................................................................ 47
7 Cards .......................................................................................................................... 48
7.1 Turnstile / Swing door control unit .................................................................... 48
7.1.1 Control connection terminals ....................................................................... 49
7.2 Expansion board ................................................................................................. 51
7.2.1 Schematic diagram (expansion board with relays) Fehler! Textmarke nicht
definiert.
7.2.2 Expansion board connection terminals ........................................................ 52
7.2.3 Expansion board layout................................................................................ 52
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7.3 Control panel ...................................................................................................... 53
7.3.1 Block schematic diagram ............................................................................. 53
7.3.2 Control panel card layout (back).................................................................. 53
7.3.3 Control panel connection terminals ............................................................. 54
8 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... 55
8.1 Problems at turnstile, door startup ..................................................................... 55
8.2 Problems with communication ........................................................................... 55
8.2.1 RS-485 interface .......................................................................................... 55
8.3 Problems with the test runs ................................................................................ 55
9 Appendix .............................................................. Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert.
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1 Mechanical Installation
1.1 Components and their designation
Picture 2 Drive column (119) with
Picture 1 Base console
drive (136)
Drive column (119) with flange (126)
and bush bearing (124) (white ring)
Adjustment screws for vertical alignment
of the drive column
Picture 3
Picture 4 Flange (126)
covered with flange cover
Picture 5 Drive (136)
Picture 7
Planetary gears
with axial bearing
(105) and home
position sensor
and direction
sensor (only for
Ikarus) (orange
points)
Picture 6
Connection opening
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Picture 8 Crank disk (135) for Ikarus
Picture 9 Crank disk (135) for Gyro
Picture 10 Cover (122)
Picture 11 Anti-derail device
SW4 hex wrench
Picture 12 Door arm (Ikarus Holm
Picture 13 Rotor (Gyro Holm mod.)
mod.) (2)
Connecting cable (drive cable green)
12-pin connection to gearbox (left) and
to the control unit with a shield
connection (right)
(2)
Picture 14
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1.2 Setup and Installation of a Gyro Turnstile or Ikarus Swing
Door
These instructions assume that the unpacked device is standing on the transport pallet.
The setup location is either a finished floor upon which anchor bolts are used to secure
it or a base console that has already been set into the concrete floor. The connecting
cable (drive cable green) is laid and has a free length of at least 1 m from the top edge
of the foundation.
The connecting plug has not yet been attached to the cable.
Step 1:
Unscrew cover part 122 as shown in the picture.
Unscrew the 6 hex screws part 134 and remove the crank disk part 125,
the locking ring and gear ring.
Make sure that you do not lose the inset compression bearing.
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Unfasten the anti-derail device at the lower edge of the sheathing tube
by unscrewing the screws as far as possible using a SW4 hex wrench.
Step 2:
Carefully lift off the rotor (turnstile/door arm) and place on a soft
supported surface.
Step 3:
Remove the flange cover. The screws that secure the flange to the
transport pallet are visible.
Step 4:
Now remove the wood screws from the pallet. The 6 adjustment screws
used to secure the drive column remain secured for installation to steel
consoles.
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Step 5:
Now lift the complete drive column with the flange and drive off of the
pallet and lay it near the setup location. The flange should be removed
from the 6 adjustment screws for installation to a finished floor. For this
installation type using center drilling, the flange is slide through the
green drive cable, aligned and used as a drilling template when setting
the anchor bolts. Attach the flange according to the floor conditions
(M10x35 for installation on foundation consoles, M12*180 anchor bolts
or adhesive anchors for fixing to a finished floor) and completely
tighten the screws/nuts. Under no circumstances should you use washers
to set the level. The flange and the drive column form a universal joint
that can compensate for uneven installation surfaces up to a slope of 3°
by adjusting the drive column (see next step).
Step 6:
Thread the 12-pin "green" drive cable into the drive column from below
and out of the connection opening.
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Step 7:
Now you can set up the drive column in the flange. Align the connection
opening so that it is easily accessible.
Step 9:
Fasten all 6 adjustment screws only to the point where the drive column
can still move around the plumb line.
Now place a magnetic level (total length 500 mm) on the drive column
in line with a fixing screw and push the drive column with the level
away from the screw. Tighten the screw until the level is perpendicular.
Repeat the process every 120°. Then completely tighten the 3
adjustment screws in alternating fashion. After checking the level again,
you can then completely tighten the 3 remaining adjustment screws that
are still loose.
Step 8:
Connecting the drive cable:
shorten the drive cable (by cutting or pulling it back in) so that approx.
30 cm of the cable sticks out of the connection opening.
Strip approx. 12 cm of the cable. Remove the shield drain wire and the
shield itself and secure the protruding end of the shield with the
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included shrink hose. The shield should only be connected on the
grounding point at the cable end that leads to the control unit. Strip the
12 wires at their ends and attach wire end sleeves. The wires are
numbered from 1 to 12. Now attach the wires to the 12-pin connection
plug corresponding to the terminal designation. Note: The two large
diameter wires (wires 11 and 12) are the motor cables MOT- and
MOT+. The plug connected to the drive can be accessed through the
connection opening. Pull it out carefully and do not let it fall into the
drive column.
After connecting the wires, re-connect this plug to the drive. The plug
has a unique shape and can only be plugged in a certain way, therefore,
note the pin alignment and do not force it. Now tuck the wire loop into
the drive column. Make sure that nothing gets in the way of the moving
part of the rotor/door arm as this could damage the wires.
The grounding connection still needs to be established on the drive
column. The cross section should correspond to local regulations.
Step 10:
The test of the control unit, cable and drive is performed without the
rotor or gate. To perform the test, the gear ring + the gear shifting gate is
assembled with the locking ring and compression bearing and attached
using 2 screws.
Then the control unit is turned on. The drive must first go through an
initialization run and the gear shifting gate must travel completely to the
home position. Note: after the movement has finished, the signal light
relays of the control unit should not operate in a 1 sec. cycle. If this
occurs, this indicates an error.
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Step 11:
After a successful test, power down the control unit, remove the gear
ring, locking ring and gear shifting gate. If required, clean plastic bush
bearing part 124 and apply new lubrication. Slide on rotor part 2 and
make sure that the bearing tolerance at the bottom end of the rotor slides
completely over the plastic bush bearing. Ensure proper positioning of
the compression bearing and secure everything with the 6 hex screws.
Step 12:
Setting the home position
Turn off power to the control unit. Move the gate or arm of the turnstile
by hand to the home position. Turn the gear shifting gate so that the drill
hole for the orange home position sensor is visible. Secure the two
opposite screws. Turn on the control unit and move the door/turnstile in
both directions. If there are deviations from the home position, loosen
both screws and make a mark at the dividing line between the locking
ring and gear shifting gate. Adjust the gear shifting gate according to the
loss angle. If fine adjustments are required, you can make a home
position correction by changing the "Home position correction"
parameter 12. The value 50 is the neutral setting and this value can be
adjusted from 40 to 60. After a successful home position setting, tightly
secure all 6 screws. Then reattach cover part 122.
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Reattach the anti-derail device by turning 8 revolutions clockwise.
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Note: the home position sensor can, but does not have to correspond to the actual
position of the home position (as is show here in the picture). The agreement between
the home position sensor and the home position is mainly carried out by turning the
gear shifting gate. The actuator surface of the home position sensor (orange or black)
must be visible through the gear shifting gate drill hole in the home position (locked
position) of the turnstile.
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Logiturn ®
is a registered trademark for a microprocessor control unit for Gotschlich turnstiles.
The individual Logiturn components are as follows:
Item no.
6P910
6P911
8P402
8P403
Component
Control unit replacement part for Ikarus
Control unit replacement part for Gyro
microprocessor
Power supply: 24VAC
Expansion board
with relay outputs,
with optical coupler outputs
(each with a battery charger and RS232
interface)
6P920
6P930
Power supply 24VAC, 100VA
Power supply 24VAC, 200VA
8P408
Control panel, desk installation version
for operating controls and setting parameters
Desk housing for control panel
8P407
8P501
8P502
2P810
2P811
2P812
Picture
Control panel software
Incl. RS-232/ RS485 converter and connection
cable
Control panel software
Incl. USB/ RS485 converter and connection
cable
"YELLOW" SYSTEM CABLE
For connecting the power supply to the control
unit
"GRAY" SYSTEM CABLE
Field bus cable for Logiturn control panel
"GREEN" drive cable
For connecting the control unit to the drive
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2 Logiturn Control Unit Family
Logiturn products are very quick to install and versatile in their integration with the
access control system by setting the control parameters. They can also be customized
to individual customer requirements. The control system consists of the following
components:







Logiturn microcontrollers for turnstiles, revolving/swing gates and entry lanes
Extra cards for function expansions of control units (emergency power
operation, additional feedback outputs)
Logiturn control panel
Logiturn operating software for PC
Power supply units
Connecting cables (shielded)
Software options for a preset counter and random number generator
Parameters can be set using the control panel or the operating software.
2.1 Electrical installation overview
2.1.1 General installation guidelines

In order to comply with EMC regulations, shielded cables must be used for the
electrical connections between the power supply, turnstile control unit or
control panel, as well as between the control unit and drive unit (for GYRO and
IKARUS models).

The shielding of the connecting cable must only be connected at one point to
the ground potential (PE connection) to avoid equalizing currents via the shield.
Grounding point A (see 1.2.3) in the power supply is preferred.
For details regarding this connection, please see the POWER SUPPLY
INSTALLATION MANUAL.

The cables between the power supply and the turnstile should be kept as short
as possible to avoid unnecessary drops in potential.
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2.1.2 Power supply
The following power supply units are available for Logiturn turnstiles and doors:
Stock no.
6P920
6P930
Component
Power supply
24V/100VA
Power supply
24V/200VA
Connection
1 device + 1 control panel
2 devices + 1 control panel
The output of the power supply (0 V~, 24 V~) must be connected to the power supply
terminals (0 V~IN, 24 V~IN) of the control unit. A second control unit can be
connected via the unfused, cut out power output of the control board. The power
supply provides a low voltage of 24V AC. For reasons of EMC as well as secure data
transmission, shielded lines, "yellow SYSTEM CABLES," should be used for the
cable connection.
System overview for revolving/swing gates and turnstiles with a pillar drive
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2.1.3 Control unit / Drive unit cabling
G
o
y
Picture 1
Picture 2
Components for the shield connection of the
"green" drive cable (item no.: 2P812):
Protective tube for the shield drain wire
Connection tag, shrink hose, each with 2 nuts +
washers (M5, brass)
"Green" drive cable, stripped approx. 12 cm
Shield netting and shield foil separated right at
exit
t
Connection
Picture 3
Picture 4
The protective tube is slid over the shield drain
wire and then the connection tag is attached to
the wire.
Slide on shrink hose and heat.
Completed shield connection with attached
shrink hose as cable jacket terminator.
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Picture 5
Picture 6
Cable with attached wire end sleeves
The wires are numbered from 1-12. They are
connected in sequential order into the
connector plugs.
Wire no.:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Cross
section
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
0.5mm²
1.5mm²
1.5mm²
Terminal
designation:
Es3
Es2
Es1
+24V
Ri
Dg
GND
+24V
BRBR+
MOTMOT+
Picture 7
Terminal assignment
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Picture 8
Completed "green" drive cable with 12-pin
plug, connected to the Logiturn control unit
and shield connection tag screwed to the
housing.
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2.1.4 Protective grounding
The metal housing of the cylindrical drive (turnstile, doors) must be connected to the
local ground circuit connector using a 4mm² ground wire. Regulations above and
beyond those of EVU regulations take precedent.
If the turnstile housing is to be set up outside, a corresponding lightning protection
ground or central ground must be connected.
2.1.5 Connecting cables
The system cable and drive cable are special cables that can be purchased from
Gotschlich in the desired lengths.
Item no.: Designation:
2P810
2P811
2P812
Cable type / Cross section
Yellow
Li-(Y+YF)2CCVY
system cable 2*2.5mm²+(2*0.5mm²)
shielded
Gray system LiYCY 4*0.5mm²
cable
shielded
Green drive 10x0.5mm² + 2x1.5mm²,
cable
shielded
0.25…0.5mm²
0.25…0.5mm²
Fire alarm
cable (red)
0.25…0.5mm²
For cable connection:
Max. length
Power supply –Control
panel -Turnstile
30m
To the control panel as the
last device in the line.
Control – Drive
30m
Contact inputs
Counter output, alarm
output
Fire alarm system contact
input
10m
10m
2.1.6 Connecting operating devices
Up to two Logiturn control units can be connected to one control panel via the RS-485
interface or they can be controlled via a PC using the software package and an external
interface converter.
To do this, the data lines RXTX+ and RXTX- of all devices must be connected
together.
Please ensure that the potentials of the grounding points of all devices do not exceed a
voltage difference of 50V. We recommend that all devices in one data
communications group be supplied by only one power supply unit.
The shield connections of the devices should be connected to one another via the shield
drain wire of the system cable.
The connected turnstile control units must each be assigned a unique device ID.
2.1.7 Connecting a "Mini-GTC" software control panel
The software control panel is basically any regular PC/laptop that has the "Mini-GTC"
software package installed.
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The PC is connected via an interface converter to the turnstile control unit. The
connection must be made via the RS485 data interface. There are two converters for
this: the RS232 (V24) or the USB input.
The RS232 or the USB connection cable between the PC and the converter should not
be longer than 5 m. The other connection from the converter to the turnstile control
unit is made via the RS485 data line (2P811).
The RS232(V24) converter requires its own power supply of 24VDC. The USB
converter is powered via the USB side.
Software package: "Mini-GTC"
Item no. Component
8P501
With interface converter for RS232 and 1.5 m data cable SUB-D9
8P502
With interface converter for USB and 1 m USB connection cable
2.1.8 Connecting control panel hardware
The control panel is also powered by the 24 V~ low DC voltage generated by the
power supply unit.
The connection cable must be shielded following EMC guidelines.
Sample configuration with control panel
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3 Control unit
Logiturn turnstiles offer simple connection options for card readers, coin accepters as
well as other electronic devices (buttons, key switches, etc.) to access the turnstile.
The four signal inputs are used to integrate safety technology (e.g. fire protection
systems). This enables the turnstile to open when an alarm is triggered.
There are two relay outputs and two transistor outputs for feedback signals (e.g. for
release lights or access counters) as well as one data interface for connecting to the
building control system.
3.1 Connection options
3.1.1 Connection for releases (card reader, coin accepters, etc.)
Four signal inputs (B, C, E and F) are available for setting releases and one signal input
(G) is available for deleting the release.
All signal inputs are bi-directional, optical coupler inputs. They are lead through with
both LED connections. The inputs B+C and E+F+G are grouped together and can be
controlled potential-free.
Signal inputs block diagram
The switching voltage of the optical coupler has a range of 12V…24V
An internal system voltage of 24VDC is available for the terminal block. This has a
max. load of 800mA.
You can specify the function of the individual signal inputs via parameter entries: (see
parameters 20 to 24).
Some functions require an explicit pulse signal (it only uses the the rising edge)
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Input
B
C
E
F
G
Access direction
Entry (into)
Exit (out)
Entry (into)
Exit (out)
selectable
Function
Enable release (single release, permanent
release) or trigger alarm
Detailed function set with parameter 20
Same as input B, set with parameter 21
Same as input B, set with parameter 22
Same as input B, set with parameter 23
Removing the release, set with parameter 24
Contact inputs B, C, E and F are usually activated by the release signal of the
peripheral device. If the peripheral device has potential-free outputs (e.g., relay or
optical coupler outputs), the 0V potential (GND) is connected to the COM terminal of
the Logiturn control unit (COM BC, COM EFG) associated with the input. The +24V
switching voltage from the Logiturn control unit is activated by the peripheral device
and supplied to the desired input.
The COM terminals for the inputs B+C and E+F+G are isolated from each other.
Peripheral device with potential-free outputs
For peripheral outputs with polarity (e.g. semiconductor switches), the COM terminal
must be connected to the GND for a PNP output level and for a NPN output level, the
COM terminal must be connected to the operating voltage of the peripheral device (see
below).
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Peripheral device with PNP output
Peripheral device with NPN output
The isolated COM_BC and COM_EFG connections make it possible to connect two
groups of independently powered peripheral devices to the Logiturn control unit.
3.1.2 Connecting a fire alarm system
Four signal inputs (B, C, E and F) are available for connecting a security system (fire
alarm system, escape route terminal, emergency escape button, etc.). This can be
triggered by both a closer as well as a break contact.
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3.1.3 Signal outputs for connecting release signal lights
The control board has two relays (AMP1/AMP2) that are used preferentially for
controlling release signal lights.
Relay outputs block diagram
3.1.4 Power supply for signal lights
24V of AC voltage is available from the Logiturn control unit for supplying power to
the signal lights up to a power consumption for the lights of 2x10W (24V, 0.5A).
In addition, the signal lights must also be supplied with an external voltage source.
The contact load of both signal light print relays is 5A for a max. switch AC voltage of
50V.
Example 1 shows the wiring for one red/green signal light per traffic direction for one
turnstile.
Because the turnstile and door do not have a suitable installation option for the signal
lights due to their design, this can be installed in separate post columns in which the
access reader is usually also integrated.
Parameter setting for example 1:
Par. 28=60
Par. 29=70
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Example 1: Signal light relay wiring
Circuit diagram for example 1
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Example 2 shows the wiring for one red signal light per turnstile and one green signal
light per traffic direction:
Example 2, signal light relay wiring
Circuit diagram for example 2
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Parameter setting for example 2:
Par. 28=60
Par. 29=70
3.1.5 Feedback, counter, error, alarm
There are three transistor outputs on the control board (OUT A, Alarm and
Alarm/EM). They are used for the direct control of electro-mechanical counters and/or
electro-acoustical signal generators.
The output voltage is 24VDC. The output has a max. load of 250mA.
Transistor outputs block diagram
When an error occurs in the turnstile, the AMP1 and AMP2 relays are triggered in a 1
second flashing cycle. They flash when release signal lights are connected.
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Peripheral device with potential-free feedback input
By setting the right parameters, relays AMP1 and AMP2 can also be used for feedback
signals to card readers.
The conditions for switching the relays on and off can be defined under parameters 28
and 29
(e.g., enabling/disabling releases, starting/stopping traffic, pulse signals, etc).
Peripheral device with voltage input for feedback
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Power supply of external devices
A stabilized voltage of 24V DC, max. 500mA, is available from the turnstile control
unit for peripheral devices.
3.1.6 Expansion board
If additional feedback signals are required, an expansion board can be inserted (see
6.2 Expansion board) which provides additional signal outputs (RM1/2/3/4).
Transistor outputs block diagram
These are controlled under parameters 30 – 33.
RM4 can also be wired to a potential-free alarm output via DIP switch 8.
The expansion board is available with four relay contacts or with four optical couplers.
In addition, each expansion board also contains a charge regulator for an emergency
power supply.
4 Settings and parameters
4.1 DIP switch settings
DIP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
ID 1 (value: 1)
ID 2 (value: 2)
ID 3 (value: 4)
Without function
Without function
Direction of rotation: Defining
the entry direction
With initialization run
RM4 = Alarm output 1
synchronized
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Default setting
"Off"
"Off"
"Off"
"Off"
"Off"
"Off"
"On"
"Off"
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4.1.1 [DIP 1...3] Turnstile ID
Each Logiturn turnstile connected to the control panel (CP) via a RS485 data line
(currently max. 2 turnstiles) must be assigned a unique ID. This ID is then entered in
CP parameter 60.
As per BCD coding, the number is defined using the the first three DIP switches:
ID no.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DIP1
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
DIP2
off
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
DIP3
off
off
off
off
on
on
on
on
Setting: ID1
!!! Important !!!
The same IDs may not be used more than once within a communication branch.
If this is set incorrectly, communication with the turnstile controller over the RS-485
interface is impossible.
4.1.2 Toggle configuration DIP5
No function for Gyro turnstile and Ikarus swing gates
4.1.3 Direction of rotation DIP6
Many turnstile / revolving/swing gate parameters apply to a predefined entry or exit
direction. This direction assignment can be made using DIP switch 6 according to the
following diagram. The definition of the entry and exit direction is determined with the
entry into or exit from an access-protected area.
With a mirror-image arrangement of the turnstiles (back to back or arm mechanisms
facing one another) a corresponding symmetrical behavior of the turnstiles can be
achieved by setting the parameters of the two turnstiles identically and setting DIP
switch no. 6 opposite.
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Direction of rotation settings for access to a
protected area for revolving/swing gates
Direction of rotation settings for
access to a protected area for
turnstiles
The direction definitions for entry and exit remain even if a turnstile is used only for
one traffic direction, e.g., one of the two turnstiles for the entry and the other for the
exit of the protected area.
When changing the direction of rotation, it must be noted that the contact inputs
and all feedback signals always refer to the actual entry or exit direction and thus
must be appropriately controlled.
This means that the right entry and exit direction for the location must be
determined and DIP switch no. 6 set accordingly.
4.1.4 Test and initialization runs DIP 7
The test and initialization runs are executed immediately after activating the turnstile.
They serve to test the function of all components and synchronize the incrementally
working measuring system to the position of the turning arms or the home position of
the doors. If they are interrupted, the turnstile is prevented from making any
movements after switching on. This is desirable if, for example, a new configuration or
a new parameter set must be programmed in or tests performed.
For normal operation of the turnstile, DIP switch 7 must be activated ("On").
4.1.5 RM4 = alarm DIP 8
The feedback relay RM4 (on the expansion board) is synchronized with alarm output 1
when "On."
The semiconductor output on the Logiturn main board as well as the relay contact are
both available.
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4.2 Parameter settings
The Logiturn turnstile control unit and the control panels can be adapted to many
component configurations, operating modes and operating conditions using
parameters.
Parameters are saved to EEPROM (non-volatile storage).
Parameters can either be set from the hardware control panel or from a PC via the
"Mini-GTC" program (software control panel).
Access to the parameter menu is protected via a code number (see special description
of the hardware control panel or ask our service and installation technicians).
Explanation regarding the tables:
Min/Max specifies the input range for some parameters.
The Z column represents the tens digit and E the first digit of the two-digit input value.
The default function is usually selected with the tens digit number. The ones digit
enables you to set individual options.
Some options are only for specific default functions. These can be listed separately in
the tens digit using a dash.
The x entry is a placeholder for all available number combinations in this parameter.
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4.3 Parameter limit values
Parameter
Unit
Min
Max
Generally valid:
0 Parameter set ID
1 Configuration
0
255
0
99
10
40
10
75
0
90
15
99
2
25
10
99
1
20
10
99
2
20
20
50
0
40
25
60
Gyro turnstiles
Ikarus swing gates
2 Max. speed 1
3 Max. speed 2
4 Max. motor speed
5 Min. motor speed
6 Acceleration time
7 Start distance
8 Stop distance
9 Interval
10 Repeat time
11 Rated current
12 Home position correction
Operating mode magnetic
13 brake
rps
rps
rps
rps
1/100 s
Pulses
Pulses
1/10 s
1/10 s
1/10 A
Pulses
Maximal mode
Minimal mode
Temperature sensor control
Drives without magnetic brakes
0
1
2
3
14 Division factor
4
99
Basic
function
Option
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2/3/4/5
2/3/4/5
2/3/4/5
9
9
x
x
4
x
x
x
x
0
1
2
3
0
1
Only valid for GYRO turnstiles:
20 Input B, release in entry direction
21 Input C, release in exit direction
22 Input E, release in entry direction
23 Input F, release in exit direction
Emergency release (ER)
Permanent release (PR)
Toggle permanent release
Single release (SR)
Single release+1 (SR+1)
SR with PR after 1.5 sec.
SR+1 with PR after 1.5 sec.
Release confirmation
Single release for 7 sec.
Single release for 12 sec.
Single release for 7 sec.
Alarm state activated by closer
Alarm state activated by opener
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Auto. timeout
Auto. timeout
Auto. timeout
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See par. 23
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Only valid for Ikarus revolving/swing gates:
Unit
15 Hold-open time ST
1/10 sec.
16 Entry opening angle
17 Exit opening angle
18 Pulse quantity/90°
19 Opening criteria (for releases via control panel)
Opening after pushing for single release and permanent
release
Opening after pushing for single release and permanent
release
Opening after pushing for permanent release and opening
prompt for single release
Opening after pushing for permanent release and opening
prompt for single release
Opening after pushing for single release and opening prompt
for permanent release
Opening after pushing for single release and opening prompt
for permanent release
Opening prompt for permanent release and for single release
Opening prompt for permanent release and for single release
20 Input B, release in exit direction
21 Input C, release in exit direction
22 Input E, release in entry direction
23 Input F, release in exit direction
Emergency release (ER)
Permanent release (PR)
Permanent release (PR)
Toggle permanent release
Toggle permanent release
Single release (SR)
Single release (SR)
SR with PR after 1.5 sec.
SR with PR after 1.5 sec.
Alarm state activated by closer
Alarm state activated by opener
Opening by pushing
Opening prompt
Opening by pushing
Opening prompt
Opening by pushing
Opening prompt
Opening by pushing
Opening prompt
Min
Max
10
99
40
160
40
160
0
255
Entry
Exit
direction direction
0
X
X
0
1
X
X
1
2
X
X
3
X
Basic
function
2
X
3
Option
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
9
9
x
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Basic
function
1
2
3
x
x
x
Option
x
x
x
0
1
2
See par. 23
See par. 23
See par. 23
Generally valid:
24 Input G, stop
Cancels last single release
Cancels all single releases and discontinues PR
Permanent releases are discontinued
For entry and exit direction
For entry direction only
For exit direction only
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Basic
function
1
2
3
x
x
x
Option
x
x
x
0
1
2
Unit
Min
Max
1/100 s
10
Basic
function
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
x
x
x
x
x
x
Basic
function
99
Option
0
0..5
0..5
0..5
0..5
0..5
1..5
1..5
1..5
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
0
1
1
2
3
4
4
5
5
0
x
0
x
x
x
0
1
0
1
6
0
6
1
7
0
7
1
25 Counter output A
Pulse at end of turning motion
Pulse at beginning of turning motion
Continuous signal during entire turning motion
For entry and exit direction
For entry direction only
For exit direction only
26 Counter signal duration
27 Alarm output 1
No alarm
Error or warning signal present
No error or warning signal present
Error signal present
No error signal present
Emergency power operation
Turnstile climb-over, no IR sensor
Turnstile climb-over, with IR sensor
Turnstile climb-over, with additional sensors
Continuous signal
Interval signal ("flashing")
5-second pulse
Interval signal ("flashing") for 5 sec.
10-second pulse
Interval signal ("flashing") for 10 sec.
28 Signal light relay output AMP1
29 Signal light relay output AMP2
30 Feedback relay output RM1
31 Feedback relay output RM2
32 Feedback relay output RM3
33 Feedback relay output RM4
Function / Switch-on condition
Start entry movement
Start of entry movement
During exit movement
Start of exit movement
After entry movement
After exit movement
Inhibit on: Start entry movement
Inhibit on: End entry movement
Inhibit off: Start exit movement
Inhibit off: End exit movement
Release entry
Rel. entry + release confirmation
Release exit
Rel. exit + release confirmation
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Switch-off condition
Movement ended
Pulse ended
Movement ended
Pulse ended
Timing
Timing
Next release
Next release
Next release
Next release
End movement or
release
End movement or
release
End movement or
release
End movement or
release
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Option
See par. 33
See par. 33
See par. 33
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Error message (only available for
RM1 to RM4)
Auto-stop activated
Trigger alarm state
Pulse with 0.1…0.2 sec.
Pulse with 0.2…0.3 sec.
Pulse with 0.3…0.4 sec.
Pulse with 0.4…0.5 sec.
Pulse with 0.5…0.6 sec.
Pulse with 0.6…0.7 sec.
Pulse with 0.7…0.8 sec.
Pulse with 0.8…0.9 sec.
Pulse with 0.9…1.0 sec.
Resetting the error
Auto-stop reset
Exit alarm state
34 IR autostart
8
9
9
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
0/1/2/3
Direction:
Entry Exit
0
0
1
1
2
2
Direction:
Entry Exit
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
Direction:
Entry Exit
0
0
1
1
2
2
Place:
Tens
Ones
0
Basic
function
0
1
2
3
4
5
1/2/3/4
1/2/3/4
0
No autostart
Autostart with release
Autostart if no autostop
35 IR start criteria*
IR sensors are not evaluated
K1: Trigger only if person in entry area
K2: Trigger only if no person in exit area
Apply K1 and K2
36 Closing criteria **
IR sensors are not evaluated
K1: Do not close if person in inside sensor
K2: Do not close if person in inside or outside sensor
37 Alarm output 2 (output EM)
See alarm output 1
39 Battery operation
End normal mode immediately
Normal mode for fixed time
Fixed time operation, exit = PR
Fixed time operation, entry = PR
Fixed time operation, EX+EN = PR
Alarm state
No time limit
Factor per 5 minutes
x
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Option
x
x
x
x
x
0
0
1-9
*) Par. 35 for Ikarus swing gates only applies to releases by pushing on the bar.
**) Par. 36 only applies to Ikarus swing gates.
General information regarding parameters:
-
For Par. 20.....23, no "time out" is permitted for individual releases of 7, 12, or 30
seconds in conjunction with the release confirmation.
For Par. 20......23, option EF+1 (values 30, 31,32, 33 as well as 50, 51, 52 and 53)
is not permitted in combination with the release confirmation.
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4.4 Factory parameter settings
Par
DESIGN TYPES
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Designation
Unit
Parameter set ID
Configuration
Max. speed 1
Max. speed 2
Max. motor speed
Min. motor speed
Acceleration time
rps
rps
rps
rps
1/100
sec.
7 Start distance
Pulses
8 Stop distance
Pulses
9 Interval
1/10
sec.
10 Repeat time
1/10
sec.
11 Rated current
1/10A
12 Home position correction
Pulses
13 Operating mode magnetic brake
14 Division factor
15 Hold-open time
1/10
sec.
16 Entry opening angle
°
17 Exit opening angle
°
18 Pulses for 90° movement
Pulses
19 Opening criteria
20 Contact B (entry direction)
21 Contact C (exit direction)
22 Contact E (entry direction)
23 Contact F (exit direction)
24 Contact G (stop entry)
25 Counter output A
26 Counter signal duration
1/100
sec.
27 Alarm output
28 Signal light relay output AMP1
29 Signal light relay output AMP2
30 Feedback relay output RM1
31 Feedback relay output RM2
32 Feedback relay output RM3
33 Feedback relay output RM4
34 IR autostart
35 IR start criteria
36 Closing criteria
37 Alarm output 2
38 Braking profile
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IKARUS doors
Holm/Baden
Transpa
7
10
15
0
30
5
50
21
40
13
0
20
3
50
22
40
11
0
20
3
50
2
4
1
5
1
5
20
30
30
15
50
1
8
-
15
50
1
8
15
15
50
1
8
15
20
20
10
10
20
21
20
90
90
180
33
31
31
11
11
20
21
20
90
90
180
33
31
31
11
11
20
21
20
0
60
70
0
10
80
90
11
0
0
10
0
60
70
0
10
80
90
11
0
22
0
10
0
60
70
0
10
80
90
11
0
22
0
6
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39 Battery operation
0
0
58 Event recording 1
255
255
59 Event recording 2
255
255
"-" in the parameter value means that this parameter has no function for the respective
product.
4.4.1 Opening and closing revolving/swing gates
Revolving/Swing gates can be opened immediately when there is a release as well as
by a person pushing on the door.
The revolving/swing gate then follows a turning motion using the opening angle set in
parameters 16 and 17. The door accelerates up to the max. speed set in parameter 2,
then returns with a constant speed and brakes as soon as the home position is reached.
The stop distance is determined automatically. Temperature and alternating influences
are compensated for automatically.
For each release type (SR or PR), you can specify via the parameters whether or not
the door opens immediately or only after pushing:

For the contact inputs B/C/E/F via the assigned parameters 20 - 23

For release via the serial interface via parameter 19 (opening criteria ST)
Depending on this setting and the release, the revolving/swing gate opens and closes:
Revolving/Swing
gate control unit
Single release
(SR)
Door opens immediately
Door opens after pushing
Door opens immediately and Door opens after pushing and
closes after the hold-open time closes after the hold-open time
expires
expires
Permanent release Door opens immediately and Door opens after pushing and
closes after the release expires closes after the hold-open time
(PR)
expires
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5 Control and operating panel
The control panel is used to operate the connected turnstile(s) and to display various
feedback signals on the two-part display and also on the function keys via LEDs.
It is also used to change parameters (changes can also be made via the "control panel
PC software").
Code numbers are required to access individual functions (menu, counter reset, etc.)
for both options. Functions are organized in hierarchical levels that are released
depending on the code number.
This enables you to assign operators with different access authorizations, e.g. for
deleting counter values or setting preset values.
For more information, please see the special instructions included with all hardware
control panels.
5.1 Parameter settings
Explanation regarding the tables:
Four digit/Two digit entries are required in some cases. Zero (0) is also a function and
must be entered as such.
Columns 1-4 are mainly assigned to the traffic directions of both operational turnstiles.
Only the preset value (par. 67) should be entered as a decimal.
The default function is usually selected with the number in column 2. The number in
column 1 enables you to set individual options.
The x entry is a placeholder for all available number combinations in this parameter.
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5.2 Control and operating panel parameters
No. Parameter
Place
60 Turnstile IDs
4
3
2
1
-
-
DK1
0…7
9
DK2
0…7
9
-
-
DK1
0
1
2
3
DK2
0
1
2
3
On
+
0
-
Off
+
0
-
On
+
0
-
Off
+
0
-
-
0…9
0…9
0…9
-
-
0
1
2
x
x
x
x
x
0
1
3
x
Turnstile ID
No turnstile connected
61 Basic display
Entry counter
Exit counter
Status display, entry direction
Status display, exit direction
62 Summator 1
DK1
Traffic direction
Counter value is added
Counter value is not included
Counter value is subtracted
63
64
65
66
67
Summator 2
Summator 3
Summator 4
Preset counter
Preselection value
Auto-stop preset
68 counter
See par. 62
See par. 62
See par. 62
See par. 62
0…..999
No auto-stop
Auto-stop without tolerance key function
Auto-stop with tolerance key function
Counter direction falling
Counter direction rising
Cancellation last single release
for
Random number generator
69 Auto-stop message
DK1
Traffic direction
No message to turnstile
Message to turnstile
Source and target for
DK2
Random number generator
DK2
On
0
1
1
Off
0
1
1
On
0
1
1
Off
0
1
1
-
-
0
x
x
1
2
0
1
2
x
x
-
-
0
1
2
3
x
x
x
x
70 Display functions
Day and year counter (normal display)
Normal display + summator 1 and 2
Normal display + summator 1 to 4
Preset counter
Random number generator
71 Keylocks DK1
All keys operable
Entry keys locked
Exit keys locked
All keys locked
72 Keylocks DK2
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73 Language
German
English
French
Hungarian
Czech
Dutch
Spanish
Polish
-
-
DK2
DK1
Do not save PR
0
0
Save PR, entry direction
1
1
Save PR, exit direction
2
2
Save both directions
3
3
-
-
See par. 80
-
-
DK1
See par. 80
-
-
DK2
See par. 80
-
-
DK2
DK1
DK1
DK1
DK1 and DK2
DK1 and DK2
DK1 and DK2
In 0.1 sec.
-
-
0
1
2
3
5
6
7
x
-
-
0
1
2
3
5
6
7
x
x
0
x
x
x
x
x
x
1…9
X
0
1
0
1
1
5
Save PR (permanent
74 release)
80 Contact input H1
*)
Contact input J1
*)
Contact input H2
*)
Contact input J2
*)
Counter output OUT_A1
No counter signal
For passage in entry direction
For passage in exit direction
For any passage
For passage in entry direction
For passage in exit direction
For any passage
Pulse duration
85 Counter output OUT_A2
No counter signal
For passage in entry direction
For passage in exit direction
For any passage
For passage in entry direction
For passage in exit direction
For any passage
Pulse duration
Signal for hits random-generator **)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DK1
Single release, entry
Permanent release, entry
Permanent release, exit
Single release, exit
Alarm state
Pulse signal
Continuous signal
81
82
83
84
-
1
2
3
4
5
x
x
*)
DK1
*)
DK2
DK2
DK2
DK1 and DK2
DK1 and DK2
DK1 and DK2
In 0.1 sec.
x
x
x
x
x
0
1
0
x
x
x
x
x
x
1…9
DK1
86 RS-232
Large Format Display (4 digits)
87 Brightness
Darkest (7% Brightness)
Brightest (100% Brightness)
*) Parameters available with control panel only
**) Definition at random-gen. as the output A2 is used for a piezoelectric transducer.
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Par
5.2.1 Factory settings
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
Place
Designation
4
Turnstile IDs
Basic display
Summator SUM1
Summator SUM2
Summator SUM3
Summator SUM4
Preset counter
Preselection value
Auto-stop
Auto-stop message to DK.
Display option
Keylock DK1
Keylock DK2
Language
Save PR
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
ID control panel (reserve)
Max. ID (reserve)
Signal input H1
Signal input J1
Signal input H2
Signal input J2
Counter output OUT-A1
Counter output OUT-A2
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6 Errors and warnings
6.1 LED error indicator:
When an error occurs, the LEDs indicate the error number and error source,
alternating in a four-second cycle in binary code. The error number and source are
determined by adding the numbers indicated by the lighted LEDs according to the
following diagram:
Status LEDs
The error number and source are determined by adding the numbers indicated by the
lighted LEDs according to the following diagram:
LED display of error number (no.) and error source (src)
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6.2 Error types
The Logiturn turnstile control system interrupts operation in case of the following
errors:
No. Src Type
0
Todo
Description
A
ERR_PROG Program error
x
1
ERR_INIT
1
2
4
3
ERR_OP
ERR_ES
Error during operation
1
2
3
A
A
A
A
Error of the speed detector or direction sensor
No signal from the direction sensor with CW/CCW pulses
Problem with speed detector
Speed detector emitting no pulses
ERR_ZR
ERR_MOT
1
2
3
4
D
6
7
8
ERR_IMOT
1
9
ERR_MB
E
F
F
G
A
A
H
Error of motor current measurement
MB test: abnormally high motor current measured
1
xx
10
Motor error
Motor short circuit (cutoff by short circuit hardware)
Motor overcurrent (with CW movement)
Motor overcurrent (with CCW movement)
No motor current (poss. not connected)
Motor driven in CCW direction only (H bridge AH/BL poss.
defective)
Motor driven in CW direction only (H bridge BH/AL poss.
defective)
Rotation direction reversed
5
A
A
A
Gear belt broken
No pulses, no end sensors, low motor current
7
C
C
C
Error of end sensors ES_1, ES_2 or ES_3
Error ES_2
No ES_2 signal after 2nd rotations
No ES_1 signal after 4 edges of ES_2
ES 1 defective
ERR_DG
6
A
B
B
During normal movement < 10 pulse/sec
More than 100 pulses in CCW direction without release
More than 100 pulses in CW direction without release
1
2
3
4
5
Initialization error
Invalid board ID (>99999999)
Timeout initialization run
Timeout test runs
1
2
3
4
A
Internal system error
A
Magnetic brake error
The magnetic brake yields to the motor power!
Indicates the power at which the brake fails in %
I
ERR_BLOCK Turnstile lock
1
No pulse, no end sensors, high motor current
CW…. Clockwise rotation direction
CCW…Counterclockwise rotation direction
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6.2.1 Procedure in case of error
When an error occurs, the turnstile must be switched off and then back on after 15
seconds. You can also press "RESET" on the operating device to restart. The turnstile
then performs the test (diagnostic) and initialization runs. Please note that the error
message must be evaluated by a visual check in any case. If the error message recurs,
proceed according to the following guidelines. See the "TO-DO" code in the list of
error types.
TO-DO
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
REMEDIAL ACTION
Drive defective, must be replaced.
Repeat initialization run and ensure that the turnstile mechanism can
turn freely.
General error message during operation. The results of the test run give
more detailed information as to the cause of the error.
Check the gear belt and replace if necessary.
Motor causing short circuit, replace drive motor
The turning arms or gear mechanism is blocked. Switch off the turnstile
and turn the arms manually. If the mechanism is difficult to turn or
locks up, it must be replaced.
Check the cable connection with the drive motor. If no problem is
found, replace the drive motor.
Reverse motor cable polarity.
Check cable connection to magnetic brake, replace drive motor with
magnetic brake if necessary.
6.3 Warnings
The Logiturn turnstile control unit emits a warning for the following events based on
the status signal. The warning message includes the warning number and source of the
warning (Src), thus indicating exactly what triggered the warning. The warning
message is displayed cyclically; this display can be switched off by pressing the reset
button.
No. /
Src
5
5 / pno.
5 / 60
6
6/1
8
8/1
15 / 1
Warning / source
Parameter warning /
Parameter number
Invalid par. no.
Explanation
Parameter outside limits or invalid (P0 - P59) or
Par. no. too large
Internal warning
Invalid error number (>= 16)
Emergency power
operation
Blockade
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Emergency power activated
Turnstile blockade with alarm state
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7 Cards
7.1 Turnstile / Swing door control board
Logiturn control board block schematic diagram
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7.1.1 Control connection terminals
The following lists all types of inputs and outputs leading out from the metal housing
of the turnstile for power supply or signal and communications lines. The terminal
designation corresponds to design version 3 of the control board (for changes in other
design versions, see Appendix).
External terminals:
Terminal No. Connection
X01a,b
X02
X03
Function
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
RXTX+
RXTXGround
0V~
24V~
AMP2/NC
AMP2/COM
AMP2/NO
AMP1/NC
AMP1/COM
AMP1/NO
24V ~ out
0V ~ out
OUTA
GND
GND
+24V
+24V
COM BC
Power supply
Power supply
Ground connection
Power supply
Power supply
Signal light relay 2
Signal light relay 2
Signal light relay 2
Signal light relay 1
Signal light relay 1
Signal light relay 1
Ext. power supply
Ext. power supply
Counter output
Ext. power supply
Ext. power supply
Ext. power supply
Ext. power supply
Reference point
7
IN B
8
IN C
9
COM EFG
Release, entry
direction
Release, exit
direction
Reference point
10
IN E
11
IN F
12
IN G
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Release, entry
direction
Release, exit
direction
Stop function
Rev. 4.3
Note
Closed contact
Shared contact
Open contact
Closed contact
Shared contact
Open contact
Power signal lights, etc.
Semiconductor output
For external devices
Shared reference point for
IN B/C
Optical coupler input
Optical coupler input
Shared reference point for
IN E/F/G
Optical coupler input
Optical coupler input
Optical coupler input
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Internal terminals:
Terminal No. Connection
X04
X05
1
2
3
4
Es3
Es2
Es1
+24V
5
6
Dg2
Dg1
7
8
GND
+24V
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
BRBR+
MotMot+
GND
Alarm
EMqEMq+
Function
Note
Ext. end sensor 3
Ext. end sensor 2
Ext. end sensor 1
Sensor power
supply
Input direction
Input pulse
generator
12V input
12V input
12V input
Sensor power
supply
Magnetic brake
Magnetic brake
Motor connection
Motor connection
Alarm output
Alarm output
Electromagnet
Electromagnet
Ground connection
Semiconductor output
H motor bridge
H motor bridge
Ground connection
Semiconductor output
Ground connection for EM
Semiconductor output
Note
Terminal
No. Connection
Function
X08
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
IR sensor 1
X09
X10
X11
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+24V
Sen1
GND
+24V
Sen2
GND
+24V
Sen3
GND
+24V
Sen4
GND
12V input
12V input
Sensor input
IR sensor 2
Sensor input
IR sensor 3
Sensor input
IR sensor 4
Sensor input
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7.2 Expansion board
An expansion board is available for tasks such as additional feedback outputs, an RS232 interface and an emergency battery power supply.
Item no.:
Designation
8P402
LOGITURN 2 EXPANSION
BOARD M
LOGITURN 2 EXPANSION
BOARD E
USV 2Ah for LOGITURN 2
8P403
8P405
8P406
3P320
3P330
Note
4 relay outputs,
Battery charger and RS-232
4 optical coupler outputs,
Battery charger and RS-232
Includes 8P402, and emergency
power for at least 1 h
USV 10Ah for LOGITURN 2 Includes 8P402, and emergency
power for at least 10h
BUFFER BATTERY 2Ah for Replacement battery pack
LOGITURN 2
BUFFER BATTERY 10Ah
Replacement battery pack
for LOGITURN 2
7.3 Schematic diagram (expansion board with relays)
Block schematic diagram of expansion board (relays)
The expansion board can also be equipped with optical couplers instead of the relays.
Contact inputs IN_L and IN_K as well as the serial interface are not currently
supported by the control software; the basic version does not include the contact inputs
in the components.
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7.3.1 Expansion board connection terminals
Terminal
No. Connection
Function
Note
1
GND
Ground
For external devices
2
+24V
Ext. power supply
For external devices
3
RM 1/NO
Feedback relay 1
Open contact *1)
4
RM 1/COM
Feedback relay 1
Shared contact *2)
5
RM 1/NC
Feedback relay 1
Closed contact *3)
6
RM 2/NO
Feedback relay 2
Open contact *1)
7
RM 2/COM
Feedback relay 2
Shared contact *2)
8
RM 2/NC
Feedback relay 2
Open contact *3)
1
RM 3/NO
Feedback relay 3
Open contact *1)
X09
2
RM 3/COM
Feedback relay 3
Shared contact *2)
3
RM 3/NC
Feedback relay 3
Closed contact *3)
4
RM 4/NO
Feedback relay 4
Open contact *1)
5
RM 4/COM
Feedback relay 4
Shared contact *2)
6
RM 4/NC
Feedback relay 4
Open contact *3)
1
Akku+
Battery connection
Positive terminal
X10
2
AkkuBattery connection
Negative terminal
Terminal assignment for equipping OC optical couplers (item no.: 8P403):
*1) Collector connection
*2) Emitter connection
*3) Not assigned
X08
7.3.2 Expansion board layout
Expansion board layout
The expansion board can also be equipped with optical couplers instead of the relays.
Contact inputs K and L as well as the serial interface (RS232) are currently not
supported by the operating software.
The basic version does not include contact inputs K and L.
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7.4 Control and operating panel
7.4.1 Block schematic diagram
7.4.2 Control panel card layout (back)
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7.4.3 Control panel connection terminals
Conn./
Termin
al
Connection Function
Connection type
X01/1
X01/2
X01/3
X01/4
X01/5
X02/1
X02/2
X02/3
X02/4
X02/5
X02/1
X02/2
X02/3
RXTX+
RXTXGROUND
0V
24V
RXTX+
RXTXGROUND
24V
0V
+24V
GND
COM
RS-485 interface
RS-485 interface
X02/4
X02/5
X04/1
X05/2
X04/3
X04/4
RESET
ENTER
OUT_A1
GND
IN_H1
COM_H1
X04/5
X04/6
IN_J1
COM_J1
X04/7
X04/8
X04/9
X04/10
GND
+24V
GND
Sperr1
Serial interface
Serial interface
Housing ground and shielding
Power supply
Power supply
Serial interface
Serial interface
Housing ground / shielding
Voltage output
Voltage output
Voltage output
Ground
Reference point for RESET
and ENTER
Reset line
Enter line
Counter output for DK1
Ground
Release input X for DK1
Reference point for release
input IN_X1
Release input Y for DK1
Reference point for release
input IN_Y1
Ground
Voltage output +24V/200mA
Ground
Lock input for DK1
X05/1
X05/2
X05/3
X05/4
OUT_A2
GND
IN_H2
COM_H2
Semiconductor output
X05/5
X05/6
IN_J2
COM_J2
X05/7
X05/8
X05/9
X05/10
GND
+24V
GND
Lock2
Counter output for DK2
Ground
Release input X for DK2
Reference point for release
input IN_X2
Release input Y for DK2
Reference point for release
input IN_Y2
Ground
Voltage output
Ground
Lock input for DK2
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RS-485 interface
RS-485 interface
Connected with X01/4
Connected with X01/5
Optical coupler input
Optical coupler input
Semiconductor output
Optical coupler input
Optical coupler input
12V input
Optical coupler input
Optical coupler input
12V input
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8 Troubleshooting
Semiconductor outputs are not functioning: The PROFETs (transistors for counter
outputs, E-magnets) may be deactivated  Check connected devices and wires for
short circuit or overload (max. 0.25A). !
8.1 Problems at turnstile, door startup
Error messages or unexpected rotations occur during the diagnostic and test runs:

Check whether the parameter set, particularly the configuration set up in the
parameter set, is correct for the device hardware. Controls can be operated only
with the associated mechanism. If that is not possible, the control must be
replaced.
The arms do not remain in the expected home position, or rotate too slowly or too
quickly:

As above.
8.2 Problems with communication
8.2.1 RS-485 interface
DK offline (turnstile does not respond):
 ID on DIP switch is set incorrectly
 ID on software or hardware control panel is set incorrectly
 Baud rate is set incorrectly
 COM port is set incorrectly
 RS-485 data line connections are reversed (cables must be properly connected
to the right terminals).
 Interface converter or control panel connected with 24 VAC voltage instead of
the data lines.  Correct wiring. The converter or control panel interface may
already be damaged.
8.3 Problems with the test runs
Motor test and endurance run are not functioning:

Turnstile test mode has been canceled (e.g., with a reset). Press the "Read out
service data" button to turn it back on.
heets for entering setup values
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CE-Declaration of Conformity
For Turnstiles and Revolving Barriers/Swing Gates of the type
Modul, Opus, Berchtesgaden, Telemark, Kompakt, Vario, Gyro and Ikarus
According to specifications on the type lable
Serial Number: XXX=internal order No./XX=running No
Year of Construction: acc. to lable
Delivery Date: acc. to lable or delivery slip date
We, the manufacturer,
Karl Gotschlich Maschinenbau GesmbH
Feistlgasse 6, 1210 Vienna
Austria
Tel.: 0043/1/259 65 18 0
Fax: 0043/1/259 65 18 6
hereby declare that the product named above, in the design introduced into circulation
by us as of the delivery date, corresponds to the provisions listed below. This
declaration is not valid if changes have been made without prior consultation with us.
The above mentioned products have been labeled with the CE Designation on the
turnstiles type lable.
National Standards Applied:
ÖNORM V 5959: Barrier Units for Human Traffic (Turnstiles)
Harmonized Directives and Standards Applied:
EC-Machine Directive 2006/42
EC-Machine Directive 89/392/EWG Annex II A
Interference Emission
EN 61 000-6-3
Interference Stability
EN 61 000-6-2 1995
Protection class IP43 acc. EN 60529
93/465/EWG, 92/59/EWG, 89/336/EWG, 92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG, 73/23/EWG DIN
EN 292-1, DIN EN 292-2, DIN EN 292-2/A1, DIN EN 1037, DIN EN 1050, DIN EN
55011, DIN EN 60204-1, DIN EN 60335-1, DIN EN 60947-1, DIN EN 61000-3, DIN
EN 61000-3-2, DIN EN 61000-3-3, DIN EN 61000-6-1, DIN EN 61000-6-2, DIN EN
61000-6-3, DIN EN 61000-6-4
Karl Gotschlich Maschinenbau GesmbH
Vienna, March 30, 2010
Date:17.01.2011
Ing. Andreas Wotke, Managing Director
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