Tubular Motor >>> Chinese

1 .Installation. (Picture.1)


  • Do not turn the control end run ring (G) before the installation of the tubularmotor and never strike the exit pins.
  • Do not drill the tube when the tubular motor is switched on. The fixing of themobile element will be done using screws with a length, which can guarantee that the jutting part inside the tube will be 1 mm max.
    (picture l/H) in order to avoid mechanical interference between the fixing and the rotating parts.
  • Never strike on the motor square pin (F) for puffing it into the tube.
  • Never strike on the exit pin or on the driving pulley avoiding damages on the reduction gear.

    Put the tubular motor (A)into the tube (B) till the extremity of this leans on theshoulder (C) of the end run control ring.
    If a tube with a thickness lower thank i mm should be used, the suggestion is tofix it with two screws to the driving pulley(D) for avoiding the possible slipping of the latter and axial movements in the tube. The extremity (E) will be fixed to a normal fixing bracket, before the installation of a dunny end. The square pin of the tubular motor (F) will be fixed to one of the brackets, supplied on request or to other brackets more suitable to the specific use.

2.Electric connections.(Picture.2)

    The basic electric connection has to be carried out as shown in the picture 2.
    The conductors colouring mean is the following:

  • Cable YELLOW/GREEN: ground connection;
  • Cable BLUE: a power supply phase, common to every rotation direction;
  • Cable BROWN: a power supply phase for the control motor rotation inone direction (opposite to the got with the black cable);
  • Cable BLACK: a power supply phase for the control motor rotation in one direction (opposite to the one got with the brown cable).

    Note: the 'balancing' phase between the brown and the black cable is controlled by a bipolar
    switch with central zero at permanent contact or automatic return. However, for application
    on awnings, the use of an automatic return switch is suggested.

    Do not connect more than one motor to a single switch. Centralised control of several motors
    can be done by means of group control available on request.

    The rotation direction has to be fixed in function of the right of
    left motor installation in the roller shutter box.

    Seeing the gear motor from the end run blocks side (picture 3)
    the rotation will be:

  • Clockwise (CW) : supplying BLUE and BLACK
  • Anticlockwise (CCW) : supplying BLUE and BROWN

    The tube motor is made for intermittent working, not continuous use. However, it is provided by an internal thermal protection, which stops the power supply in case of overheatino, for example after continuous operations (more than 10 non-stop).
    The motor re-functioning happens after a time not lower than 10 minutes, at the end of which the thermal protection resets itself automatically. But, after this resetting, the motor, will function at a reduced rate; the normal functioning will be possible only after a complete motor coolino. (about 60 minutes)

3.Limit-switches adjustment.

General information on adjustment:
    The tubular motor is supplied with pre-fixed end runs, in order to allow about two turns in both rotation directions.

  • Turning the end run adjusting screw in anticlockwise (unscrewing), there is an increase of the roll run (increase of the turns number).
  • lurnin the run adjusting screw in Iockwise (screwing), there is a decrease of the ro run reuse of turns number)

    About 8 screw turns are about 1 roll turn.

3.1 Example of adjustment for roller shutters with inside box. (Picture.4)

        Motor installed on the left       Motor installed on the right

  • Work on screw "A" for adjusting the lift stop position.
  • Work on screw "B" for adjusting the lowering stop position.

3.2 Example of adjustment for roller shutters with outside box. (Picture.5)

        Motor installed on the left       Motor installed on the right

  • Work on screw "A" for adjusting the lift stop position.
  • Work on screw "B" for adjusting the lowering stop position.

3.3 Common adjustment for procedure for roller shutters both inside and outside the shutter box.

  • After the installation of the motorised tube into the roller shutters box, lower the shutter by the relevant control switch, until it stops.
  • Work anticlockwise (+) on the adjusting screw "B" , controlling the tube rotation till the shutter is in the correct position.
  • Fix the roller shutter.
  • Adjust the top limit, again by sending the shutter up using the relevant control switch. When the shutter stops work in anticlockwise (+) on the screw "A" till the roller shutter is in a suitable position.
  • In case of any mistakes on the top limit position, turn the screw "A" in clockwise (-) direction, until the required position is reached.

    do not install stopper or stop carriers on the end blade of the miler shutter.

3.4 Example adjustment for awnings. (Picture.6)


  • Work on screw "A" for adjusting the stop in the closing position (lift).
  • Work on screw "B" for adjusting the stop in the opening position (lowering).

3.5 Awnings adjustment procedure.

  • After having installed the motorised tube in the suitable housing, control the opening (lowering) till the stop.
  • Working in anticlockwise (+)on the adjusting screw "B", control the tube rotation till getting the more comfortable position for the awnings fixing.
  • Fix the awning to the tube.
  • Work on the closing control (lift) till the tube stop. Work in anticlockwise (+) on the screw "A" till having the awning stopped in the wanted position.
  • In case of any mistake in selecting the lift stop point, control the awnings lowering for a small distance and turnthe screw "A" in clockwise (-). Repeat then the procedure as described at point 4 till getting the waned position.

    Note: it is suggested to adjust the lift stop point with a reasbnable tolerance as regards the awning mechanical shoulder point.
    In consideration of the possible dimensional changes o,f the cloths, due to atmospheric agents, it is suggested a periodic check about the good functioning of the end run stoppoints.
    It is suggested a first check some days after the installation and eventually a further end runs adjustment in order to get back the possible fabric plays.

4. Manual override.

     If the tubular motor is provided by a manual override device, it is necessary to take care to the motor orthogonality as regards its fixing plan (static part) (picture 7).


4.1 Possibilities of installation of manual override.(Picture.8)




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