ABB Knox Original Instructions Manual page 18

Safety and process lock
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Sliding door (Knox 1F, Knox 1FX)
1 ) Component overview.
2 ) An opening of 215x195 mm (HxW) is needed in the door where Knox 1F is to be mounted. The type of door
determines what kind of tool that is most suitable. A door with polycarbonate or plate is preferably handled with
a jigsaw and an opening in a mesh door is made with small bolt cutters.
3 ) Pass the T-handle handle through the hole to the back of the door. Fit the mounting nut to the Quick-Guard
profile. Fasten the mounting screws lightly to still be able to adjust position.
4 ) Perform step X) if necessary. Mount the Knox frame part according to figure 4. Fasten the screws lightly, they
should be tightened with the noted tightening torque when the complete lock is accurately in place (after step
5). Make sure that the M12-connector is facing upwards.
5 ) Adjust horizontal and vertical position. Make sure the guiding pins on the frame part are centred in the control
holes on the door part. Fasten the mounting screws with the tightening torque according to figure 5. To comply
with safety standard EN 1088 the socket head cap must be drilled if a fitting hex key may be accessible to
X) At delivery, the frame part is ready for use with a door part for a sliding door opened to the right. If
necessary, the frame part can be adjusted to fit the opposite type of door, i.e. a sliding dooropened to the left.
To achieve this, unscrew the upper guiding pin and screw it back in the threaded hole on the opposite side.
The lower guiding pin is pushed to the opposite side until the guiding pins are of equal length.
Knox 1F and Knox 1Fx are intended to fit onto ABB Jokab Safety Quick-guard sliding doors with standard design.
In case of other fencing system, special attention must be drawn to fully comply with the installation dimensions to
position door-part and frame-part relative to eachother.
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