Screw the suspension piece (19) together; do not tighten.
Insert the hexagonal head screws (12).
Push the suspension piece (19) on to the drive guiding rail (3).
 Mark the centre line of the door and transfer to the lintel and ceil- ing.
 Determine the highest point of the opened door.
 Drill the holes for the wall plugs.
Push on the connecting section (9)
as far as the stop.
 Fix Suspension elbows (20) cen- trally to the door.
Insert the guiding rail (10) as far as the stop.
 Put the lower section (4.1) of the rider onto the closure (4.2).
 Place the upper section of the rider (4.3) into the correct position on the lower section of the rider.
Maintain a height-distance of 5 - 15 mm  above the highest point of the door travel.
 Screw guiding rail with suspen- sion elbows (20). Initially only slightly tighten the locking nuts (22).
 Insert the rider (4) into the guiding rail (10).
 Attach the 2nd connecting section (9) in the same way as the 1st connecting section.
 Clamp the suspension piece (19) onto the drive guiding rail (3), at- tach the perforated strips (11).
 Push the pulley (6) with toothed belt into the last guiding rail (10).
 Insert the last guiding rail (10) as far as the stop.
 Insert the mount (27) into the guid- ing rail.
Support the drive with suitable props after lifting it up to the ceiling and secure it against falling down.
[24-] Align drive, slant or shorten the perforated strips as required.
 Attach drive to the ceiling.
 Attach the pulley (6) to the mount
by means of a locking nut
. Turn the locking nut until the
toothed belt is slightly taut.
Fasten to the ceiling and once again check that the drive is firmly po- sitioned [21, 22, 27]
 Check the toothed belt tension and adjust as required.
For each door type, there are mounting kits for the connection to the door available. Mount according to the included instructions.
Putting the door control into operation
Remove the lamp cover [29-] Pull out the lamp cover (1.2).
 Remove the hand-held transmitter (2) and the antenna (8) from the box. Remount lamp cover only af- ter starting operation [62-].
Operating and indicating devices 
”Mains” LED (green)
External connections 
Fuse strip/light barrier
Antenna A = antenna
E = earthing
Connecting the antenna  Fasten the antenna (8) to the exter-
nal connection (5, left binding post A).
A poor connection may adversely affect the reception. In the case of unfa- vourable reception conditions, an out- side antenna may be required. Consult your dealer.
Making the power connection  Insert the mains switch. The
green LED should display ”Ready” (4). The drive light flashes.
The drive light flashes until the learning runs  have been success- fully carried out.