Savaria Infinity HD Owner`s manual

Infinity & Infinity HD
Residential Elevators
(with Micro-6 Controller)
OWNER’S MANUAL
(To Be Retained by Owner After Installation
by Authorized Savaria Dealer)
Part No. 000842
05-m02-2014
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IMPORTANT
Ensure that only an Authorized Savaria Dealer installs and services the Savaria™
Infinity & Infinity HD Residential Elevators. Under no circumstances is anyone
other than a dealer with Savaria training and authorization to install, adjust,
service or modify any mechanical or electrical device on this equipment. Failure
to follow this warning can result in safety system compromises or defeat; this
can result in serious injury or death. Savaria accepts no liability for property
damage, warranty claims or personal injury, including death, in this
circumstance.
Passenger safety is the result of countless details in the equipment’s design,
manufacture, and installation. After installation, reliable operation and
continual safe operation requires regular service and inspection at least twice
per year, or more frequently where usage, environment, or local jurisdiction
requires. As the Owner, you are responsible for ensuring that regular service
and inspections occur in a timely manner.
Refer to this manual for specifications, operating instructions and maintenance
of the Infinity & Infinity HD Residential Elevators.
Upon completion of installation, the dealer must provide you with the
following information and ensure it is recorded in this manual. In addition,
either the dealer or you must keep any service and/or maintenance records in
the Maintenance Record section of this manual.
WARRANTY
Ensure your Authorized Savaria Dealer provides you with a copy of the
manufacturer’s limited parts warranty and documentation relating to any
Dealer labour warranty.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FOR OWNER’S RECORDS
Customer Name: _________________________________________
Installing Dealer: _________________________________________
Dealer’s Telephone Number: _______________________________
Date Installed: ___________________________________________
Serial/Job Number: _______________________________________
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Table of Contents
TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1. SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2. FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3. OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
4. OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Operating from the Landing Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Operating from the Cab Operating Panel (COP) Controls . . . . . . . . . .10
Cab Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
5. EMERGENCY LIGHTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
6. POWER FAILURE AND EMERGENCY LOWERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
7. EMERGENCY OPENING OF AUTO SLIM LANDING DOORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
8. MANUAL LOWERING DEVICE (MACHINE ROOM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
9. DIAGNOSTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
10. MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Maintenance Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
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TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATION
To ensure safe operation of this equipment, pay careful attention to the
important notes below.
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Read this manual carefully before using your Infinity or Infinity HD
Residential Elevator.
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To prevent accidents, adhere strictly to the instructions and keep clear
of moving parts at all times.
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Follow instructions on all equipment labels at all times. Replace any
damaged labels immediately.
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Ensure that only qualified personnel perform maintenance.
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1. SPECIFICATIONS
Infinity/Infinity HD Specifications
Load capacity
Infinity: 750 lb (341 kg) or 1000 lb (454 kg)
Infinity HD: 1400 lb (635 kg)
Rated speed
36 ft/min (0.18 m/s) nominal
Power supply
208 volt, three phase, 30 amps or 
230 volt, single phase, 40 amps
Drive system
1:2 cable hydraulic
Cab sizes
Infinity Type 1L/R, 2, 3, 4 and 5:
• 36” x 48” (914 mm x 1219 mm)
• 36” x 54” (914 mm x 1372 mm)
• 36” x 60” (914 mm x 1524 mm)
• 40” x 54” (1016 mm x 1372 mm)
Infinity HD Type 1L/R, 2, 3, 4 and 5:
• 48” x 60” (1219 mm x 1524 mm)
Maximum travel
50 ft (15.24 m) or per local code
Maximum # of stops
6 stops
Pit depth required
Infinity: 8” (203 mm) minimum
Infinity HD: 12” (305 mm) minimum
Minimum overhead
clearance
92” (2337 mm) for standard 80” cab; 96” (2438 mm) for 84” cab, 108”
(2743 mm) for 96” cab
Control system
Micro-6 controller with diagnostics
Floor selection
Magnetic selector
Flooring material
Plywood (standard) or hardwood (optional)
Control panel finish
Clear or bronze anodized aluminum (standard)
Stainless steel or brass (optional)
Hall station finish
Clear or bronze anodized aluminum (standard)
Stainless steel or brass (optional)
Motor
Infinity: 3 HP (2.24 kW)
Infinity HD: 5 HP (3.73 kW)
Cab panel finish
Solid melamine or MDF panels (standard)
Unfinished oak veneer or raised solid hardwood (optional)
Lighting supply
115 volts, 60 Hz, 15 amps
Standard features
Automatic on/off cab lighting
“Car in use” illuminated hall call buttons
Digital floor indicator in cab
Emergency battery powered lowering and lighting with automatic
recharging
Emergency stop button in cab
Emergency alarm button in cab
Solid ceiling with four stainless steel pot lights
Vertical keyed stainless steel control panel
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2. FEATURES
1 Cab Key Switch (Optional) (Figure 1-A)
Figure 1: 6-Stop COP
The optional key switch turns the cab controls
ON and OFF. It is provided to limit the use of the
elevator to authorized persons only.
2 Cab Operating Panel Buttons (Figure 1-B)
Automatic control panel buttons facilitate the
UP/DOWN movement of the cab between
landings. Once the selected landing button is
pressed, the cab will automatically move to the
landing. The cab will stop when the selected
landing is reached.
3 Alarm Button (Figure 1-C)
This button can be pressed at any time to sound
the alarm in case of an emergency.
4 Run/Stop Button (Figure 1-D)
This button can be used at any time to stop the
cab and activate the alarm buzzer.
5 Phone Button
B
For units that have a hands-free phone, there
will be a phone button on the COP (not shown
here).
6 Handrail
A single handrail is mounted on the Cab
Operating Panel side of the cab.
C
D
A
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7 Landing Hall Call Station Controls (Figure 2)
Figure 2: Hall Call
Hall Call buttons are installed at all landings to move
the cab to the landing from which it is being called. An
optional key switch limits the use of the elevator to
authorized persons only.
8 Landing Door and/or Gate Interlock
The Landing Door/Gate lock prevents the movement of
the cab unless the door/gate is in the closed and locked
position. If the door/gate is not completely closed, the
cab will not move.
9 Emergency Battery Operation
In the event of a building power failure, the door system is provided with a
temporary power back-up system to continue the opening operation for a
number of times. On resuming normal building power, the back-up system will
turn OFF and begin automatic recharging.
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3. OPTIONS
Automatic Door Opener
1 Press the Landing Hall Call button to call the elevator. The entrance door will
open automatically once the elevator stops at the landing.
2 Press the Remote Control (if equipped) to open the entrance door once the
elevator stops at the landing.
3 Push ’n’ Go allows the entrance door to open automatically with a slight
push to the door itself. The door timer is inoperative when this feature is
activated.
Automatic Gate Opener
1 Press the Landing Hall Call button to call the elevator. The gate will open
automatically once the elevator stops at the landing and the entrance door
is fully open.
2 Manually open the entrance door; the gate will open automatically once
the entrance door is fully open.
NOTE
If the cab is equipped with a gate, the gate must be closed after
exiting the cab. If the gate is left open, all controls will remain
inoperable.
An “entry” and “exit” timer allows approximately 9 seconds
before the Hall Call buttons become operational. This delay
allows time for a person to enter/exit the cab.
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4. OPERATION
Operating from the Landing Controls
1 If equipped with a key switch, insert the key into the key switch on the Hall
Call station and turn the key to the ON position.
2 Press the Hall Call button once and release. The elevator will automatically
come to your landing.
3 Turn the key (if equipped) to the OFF position and remove the key.
4 If required, turn the door handle and pull the door open.
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Note that if you open the door and don’t open the gate (or interrupt
the light screen, if equipped), the unit will not take the next call and
will beep three times.
5 If the cab has a manual gate, slide the gate open and enter the cab.
6 Once inside the cab, close the gate, insert the key (if equipped) into the key
switch, and turn the key to the ON position.
NOTE
When using the landing controls, the cab can only be moved
(called) to the level from which you are calling. When using the
control buttons in the cab, the cab can be moved to any level.
WARNING
Wheelchair wheels must be locked at all times when
the elevator is moving.
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Operating from the Cab Operating Panel (COP) Controls
1 If equipped with a key switch, insert the key into the key switch on the Cab
Operating Panel and turn the key to the ON position.
2 Press the selected Landing button once and release. The elevator will
automatically travel to and stop at the selected landing.
3 Turn the key (if equipped) to the OFF position and remove the key.
4 Unlock the wheelchair wheels (if applicable) and exit the cab.
NOTE
If the cab is equipped with a gate, the gate must be closed after
exiting the cab. If the gate is left open, all controls will remain
inoperable.
An “entry” and “exit” timer allows approximately 9 seconds
before the Hall Call buttons become operational. This delay
allows time for a person to enter/exit the cab.
Cab Lights
If the cab door is left open and the cab lights turn off, there are two ways to get
the lights back on again:
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Enter the cab, close the door and gate and then press a Landing
button.
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Press a Hall Call button before entering the cab.
5. EMERGENCY LIGHTING
In the event of a main power failure, the emergency COP light will turn on
automatically.
NOTE
If one of the cab ceiling lights burns out, replace the bulb with a
10W bulb ONLY.
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6. POWER FAILURE AND EMERGENCY LOWERING
In the event of a power failure, the elevator is equipped with a Battery Back-Up
system that allows you to lower the elevator from the inside of the cab. This
device operates on batteries and is only activated if a main power supply failure
occurs. The operation is as follows:
1 For elevators with automatic operation, press any Landing button below
the floor where the elevator is located.
2 For elevators with constant pressure operation, press and hold any
Landing button below the floor where the elevator is located. Maintain
constant pressure until the cab is level with the lower landing.
3 On arrival at the selected floor, the landing door will automatically unlock.
4 If there is an automatic gate, the gate will open.
5 Release the Landing button, remove the key, open the manual gate (if
equipped) and exit the cab.
7. EMERGENCY OPENING OF AUTO SLIM LANDING DOORS
To open the auto slim landing doors in an emergency, first turn off power at the
main disconnect. Then insert the emergency key (shown below) into the hole
at the top of the landing doors, turn the key to unlock the doors and manually
open the doors.
When power is turned back on, the elevator will go to the lower landing to
relearn the doors.
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8. MANUAL LOWERING DEVICE (MACHINE ROOM)
In the event of a power failure, the cab can be moved manually to a lower level
using the following procedure:
1 Obtain the key to unlock the door to the machine room where the elevator
pump unit is located (if applicable).
2 Instruct the passenger (s) in the elevator to remain calm and stay well back
from the door of the elevator. Ease their concern by telling them your
intentions.
3 Switch the main disconnect switch for the main power supply to the
elevator pump unit to the “OFF” position.
4 If equipped, use the owner’s key to
unlock the Controller Tank cover. The
EPV Valve is located inside.
Figure 3: EPV Valve
5 Locate the RED manual release knob
on the EPV Valve and pull the knob to
lower the cab (refer to Figure 3).
Maintain a constant pull on the knob
until the elevator reaches the lowest
landing and stops automatically.
(Although you may not be able to see
the elevator, this is readily detected;
there will be no further noise as the
oil flows to the reservoir).
6 To exit the cab, open the lower
landing door (using the special key)
and assist the passenger.
Manual release knob
(pull to lower cab)
7 After the passenger has exited the
cab, remove the cab key. Make sure the landing door is closed, reconnect
the disconnect switch in the machine room, and lock the door.
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9. DIAGNOSTICS
Diagnostic flash codes are provided on the Hall Call buttons to help you
diagnose a problem. All codes that begin with a long flash (on for 2 seconds) are
Service codes (contact your authorized Savaria dealer).
If you press a Hall Call button and it flashes but the car does move, refer to the
information in the following table.
Flash code
Action to take
Service codes
1 long flash (2 seconds) followed by
1 short flash (1/2 second)
Contact your authorized Savaria dealer
for service. There is a problem in one of
the following areas: overload trip, run
timer trip, main safety chain open, door
lock fault, or auto shutdown counter.
1 long flash (2 seconds) followed by
2 short flashes (1/2 second)
Contact your authorized Savaria dealer
for service. There is a problem with the
re-level shutdown low pressure switch.
1 long flash (2 seconds) followed by
3 short flashes (1/2 second)
Contact your authorized Savaria dealer
for service. There is a problem with the
selector fault, selector encoding error, or
position error.
User codes
1 short flash
(1/2 second)
Make sure the “Stop” switch in the car in
the Run position.
Check that the car gate is closed.
2 short flashes
(1/2 second)
Check that the landing door is closed.
3 short flashes
(1/2 second)
Manually open the gate.
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10. MAINTENANCE
Regular maintenance (performed by your Authorized Savaria Dealer) will keep
your elevator in proper operating condition. As the owner of this elevator, you
are responsible for making sure that maintenance and upkeep are done on a
regularly scheduled basis. To ensure proper operating condition of your unit,
the items listed below must be inspected and, if necessary, serviced at least
twice per year. Additional inspections may be required depending on usage.
NOTES: Units installed in adverse environments will require additional
maintenance on a monthly basis.
If the unit is shut down for an extended period of time, contact your Authorized
Savaria Dealer to perform complete maintenance before starting up the unit.
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Tighten all rail and cab fastening bolts.
Lubricate the door hinges and adjust the door closure if required.
Lubricate the rails with light grease, such as white lithium.
Inspect the travelling cable for wear. Replace the cable if any cuts or damage
to the jacket are evident.
Inspect the elevator cables for wear or damage and replace if necessary.
Always replace the safety washers at the swaged end of the cable when
replacing cables. The washers are provided with replacement cables.
Inspect the safety washers at the swaged end of the elevator cables. Put the
elevator on slack rope high enough so you can safely get under the elevator.
Pull the manual lowering device so there is enough slack in the rope to pull
the rope with the swag fitting down to view the washer. Replace the washer
if there is any visible damage.
Check for any hose/pipe leaks. Replace and/or tighten the fittings to correct
any hydraulic leaks found.
Check the fluid level of the pump reservoir (with the elevator at its lowest
landing), and fill as required. (Use Grade 32 Hydraulic Oil). There must be at
least 1” inch of oil on the dipstick.
Tighten any hose connections or bleeder valves found loose. Check the
hydraulic cylinder (jack) for any leaks. If necessary, the packing seals may
have to be replaced.
Replace the batteries in the control panel as indicated on the battery label.
To perform the required maintenance to the door locks, contact your
Authorized Savaria Dealer.
Activate and test the safety mechanism.
WARNING
Pump controls or valve settings must be adjusted by
by an Authorized Savaria Dealer ONLY.
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Maintenance Record
Date
Time
Reason for Call
Comments
Dealer
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Infinity & Infinity HD
(with Micro-6 Controller)
OWNER’S MANUAL
Part No. 000842
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