EZ-7000 Swing Control Quick Start Guide

   Caution: When used in a low energy installation, the EZ-7000 Swing-EZ operator and associated ES500 control 
must be installed and adjusted in accordance with ANSI 156.19 documentation.    

Warning: The EZ-7000 control must remain connected to the operator at all times. Never leave the operator without a control connected, 
as the closing speed will be uncontrolled and may cause severe damage to the operator or door. Manual operation must never be permitted with the control removed.

 Attention: This unit has been pre-programmed to a generic 90-degree opening position. Please follow the instructions below: 

  1. Plug in the wiring harness from the controller to the operator.

  2. Plug in the Hold-Off-Automatic (HOA) harness ONLY. Do not plug in any additional accessories, i.e. safety switches, door lock switches or other actuating devices.

  3. Plug in motor and check for polarity. Motor should return slowly to the stop position if wired correctly, if not reverse the red and black motor leads.

  4. Turn power on, turn HOA switch to the "=" HOLD open position. The motor should open to the "full hard stop" position.

NOTE: On older style board chips (label number ending in -00), installer may have to assist "full hard-stop" position.

  1. Install arm with door open at desired opening and check outer cam (the switch with two wires). The switch should be in the down position (flat part of cam).

  2. Turn power off and let door close completely. Check inside cam (the switch with three wires). The switch should be in the down position (flat part of cam)

  3. Turn power on and set HOA switch to "-" Automatic position. After a couple of seconds the Id light should come on. Test door by pressing the Down button on the control board.  



You are now ready to fine-tune the Controller before installing accessory devices. Please refer to the EZ-7000 Swing Control Installation instructions attached.

 Note: When two door operators are used in one header (synchronization), it is not possible to have different values for the 
standard delay (
d1) and the close recycle delay (d3). Delays d1 and d3 should be set to the 
same value in each operator, and must also be set identically on both operators. 
The push-n-go delay (
d2) may be different from d1/d3, but should also be set identically on both operators. 
This restriction does
not apply to single operators.