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AUTINOR
Installation Manual
SERIE 32
MLIFT VECTOR
Programmation Vectorielle
Programme: B-HB32
Programme: VSC-V02
Version of 29 November 2000
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Since the 1st January 1996 all lift installations are obliged to respect the essential requirements of
the European Directive 89/336/CEE concerning Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
The equipment is only one component of an installation; it is therefore not obliged to show the
marking as stated in this directive. However in order to allow you to write your declaration of
conformity, and according to professional rules, all AUTINOR controllers are supplied with an
engagement of conformity.
Your declaration of conformity can rest on this engagement,
only if the equipment has been installed exactly as advised in this manual.
© Copyright 2000 AUTINOR All rights reserved.
PREAMBLE
Handling advice for equipment:
Whatever the load, handling operations can be dangerous (collision, dropping, crushing,…). Whenever
possible use mechanical handling rather than manual handling. When manual handling can not be avoided, respect
the rules.
At European level, these rules are set out in the Directive 90/269/CEE, Council Directive dated 19 May 1990
"concerning minimal heath and safety instructions for manual load handling with risks, to the worker, notably in the
lower spinal area".
En France, la réglementation de la manutention manuelle est constituée des textes suivants :
•
Code du travail article R 231-72 (Décret n° 92-958 du 3 septembre 1992 transposant en droit français la
directive européenne 92/269/CEE)
« Lorsque le recours à la manutention manuelle est inévitable… un travailleur ne peut être admis à porter
d’une façon habituelle des charges supérieures à 55 kilogrammes qu’à condition d’y avoir été reconnu apte
par le médecin du travail, sans que ces charges puissent être supérieures à 105 kilogrammes. »
•
Décret n° 95-826 du 30 Juin 1995, Titre 1er - article 8 « fixant les prescriptions particulières de sécurité
applicables aux travaux effectués sur les ascenseurs »
+ Circulaire de mise en œuvre DRT 96/3 du 25 Mars 1996
« … Les travaux comportant le port manuel d'une masse supérieure à 30 kilogrammes, ou comportant la pose
ou la dépose manuelle d'éléments d'appareils d'une masse supérieure à 50 kilogrammes, … doivent être
effectués par au moins deux travailleurs ; »
complétée par la norme française NF X 35-109 qui donne des recommandations plus précises qui prennent en
compte les paramètres suivants : âge du travailleur, nature de la tâche (occasionnelle ou répétitive), charge unitaire,
distance parcourue :
Load permitted
(occasional carrying)
Load permitted
(constant carrying)
Man 18 / 45 years
30 kg
25 kg
Man 45 / 60 years
25 kg
20 kg
Safety measures:
Follow the instructions which were given to you by your management when using
individual protection equipment (gloves, shoes, glasses, restraint harness, etc).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I - Generalities ......................................................................................................................... 11
How to install the controller cabinet ...........................................................................................
Controller position and electromagnetic compatibility ...............................................................
Minimum connections necessary for initial movement ................................................................
Location of terminal blocks ..........................................................................................................
Location and function of fuses .....................................................................................................
Location of led, jumpers and relay ..............................................................................................
Frequency drive parameter / diagnostic communication device...................................................
Controller parameter / diagnostic communication device ...........................................................
12
13
18
22
23
24
26
31
Concerning the illustrations (☺,
) ...........................................................
37
Chapter II - Installation & connecting the safety ...........................................................................
1
Connecting the safety lane with automatic doors and machine room inspection box ..................
Instruction for wiring any devices to the safety lane ....................................................................
Measurement of the insulation of the safety chain .......................................................................
Connecting the doors safety contacts between 6 and 10 ..............................................................
2
3
4
5
Chapter III - Installation & connecting in Machine room ...........................................................
1
Connecting in machine room .......................................................................................................
Motor screening cable .................................................................................................................
Motor ventilation detection by thermo-contact ............................................................................
Thermal protection of the motor & control of the machine room temperature ............................
Emergency electrical operation ...................................................................................................
Viewing of the unlocking zone ......................................................................................................
Delayed departure .......................................................................................................................
Fault light (indicator) ..................................................................................................................
Intercom .......................................................................................................................................
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
Chapter IV - Installation & connecting in Shaft .............................................................................
1
Fixing the slotted-tape brackets ...................................................................................................
Fixing the brackets for control of the door-zone ..........................................................................
Position of the door-zone P01 sensor or proximity switches (I.L.S.) and tape head O03
selector .........................................................................................................................................
Position of the vanes for door-zone P01 sensors in case of movement door open .......................
Position of the magnets for the door-zone read by proximity switches ........................................
Door security bridge board relevelling pre-opening board,
Visualisation of the door-zone (N62) ...........................................................................................
Door security bridge board relevelling pre-opening board,
Visualisation of the door-zone (N57) ...........................................................................................
2
3
,
,
,
, ,
4
5
6
7
8
Chapter V - Installation & connecting on Landing ........................................................................
1
Connecting on landing: 2 to 8 levels (Sapb or collective 1 button) .............................................
Connecting on landing: Sapb more than 8 levels or collective 1 or 2 buttons / landing to 16
levels maxi ....................................................................................................................................
Combination of electronics boards ..............................................................................................
Landing calls for single automatic operation, 2 to 8 levels .........................................................
2
3
4
5
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Chapter V - Installation & connecting on Landing (continued)
Landing calls for single automatic operation, 2 to 16 levels .......................................................
Landing calls for collective operation, 1 button, 2 to 8 levels .....................................................
Landing calls for collective operation, 1 button, 2 to 16 levels ...................................................
Landing calls for full collective operation, 2 to 16 levels ............................................................
Double selective service landing calls .........................................................................................
Id 30 model, landing position indicator .......................................................................................
Id 50-1 model, landing position indicator ....................................................................................
Id 50 model, landing position indicator .......................................................................................
Idfl 30 / 50 model, landing position indicator with arrows ..........................................................
Standard programming ................................................................................................................
Idfl 30 / 50 md model, landing position indicator with scrolling messages arrows .....................
Position indicator with scrolling messages arrows programming ...............................................
Fl 30 / 50 model, landing direction arrows .................................................................................
Model with light less than to 1, 2 W (total 2,4 W max), landing direction arrows ......................
Model with light superior to 1, 2 W (total 2,4 W max), landing direction arrows .......................
Next departure arrows .................................................................................................................
Landing selective gong .................................................................................................................
Landing out of service light .........................................................................................................
Landing « Engaged » light ...........................................................................................................
7
9
11
13
15
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
31
33
35
Chapter VI - Installation & connecting in Car ................................................................................
1
Connecting in car: 2 to 8 levels (Sapb or collective 1 button) .....................................................
Connecting in car: Sapb more than 8 levels or collective 1 or 2 buttons / landing, 2 to 16
levels ............................................................................................................................................
Car calls for single automatic and collective operation, 1 button, 2 to 8 levels ..........................
Car calls for collective operation 1 or 2 button(s), 2 to 16 levels ................................................
Double selective service car calls ................................................................................................
Connecting of tape head O03-1 & O03-2 for counting with slotted tape ....................................
Car alarm button ..........................................................................................................................
Car stop button ............................................................................................................................
Car gong ......................................................................................................................................
Unlocking retiring ramp with direct current ................................................................................
Front door three phase motor ......................................................................................................
Rear door three phase motor .......................................................................................................
Automatic door motor piloted by retiring ramp ...........................................................................
Electronic door control unit OP06 or OP11 ................................................................................
Electronic door control unit OP15 ..............................................................................................
Id 30 model, car position indicator ..............................................................................................
Id 50-1 model, car position indicator ...........................................................................................
Id 50 model, car position indicator ..............................................................................................
Idfl 30 / 50 model, car position indicator with arrows ................................................................
Standard programming ................................................................................................................
Idfl 30 / 50 md model, car position indicator with scrolling messages arrows ............................
Position indicator with scrolling messages arrows programming ...............................................
Fl 30 / 50 model, car direction arrows ........................................................................................
2
3
4
6
8
10
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
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Chapter VI - Installation & connecting in Car (continued)
Model with light less than to 1, 2 W (total 2,4 W max), car direction arrows .............................
Model with light superior to 1, 2 w (total 2,4 w max), car direction arrows ...............................
Inspection mode ...........................................................................................................................
Inspection limit switch .................................................................................................................
Fast speed inspection ...................................................................................................................
Full load (« Non stop ») ...............................................................................................................
Car overload ................................................................................................................................
Car reservation « Car priority » ..................................................................................................
Fireman service light ...................................................................................................................
Automatic car light time (BH07) ..................................................................................................
31
32
33
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Chapter VII - Commissioning procedures .......................................................................................
1
Procedure to be followed to carry out the automatic set-up of levels ...............................................
What to know before starting off at full speed ..................................................................................
To programme the slow down distance on the Vectorial Frequency drive ..................................
To programme the thermal protection .........................................................................................
Address 00E details (hardware option) .......................................................................................
About the controller drive ............................................................................................................
Parameter adjustment at full speed ...................................................................................................
Adjustment of the synchronous speed ...........................................................................................
Automatic adjustment of the up stopping precision .....................................................................
Automatic adjustment of the down stopping precision .................................................................
Adjustment of the direct approach precision ...............................................................................
Automatic adjustment of the hysterisis zone ................................................................................
Positioning of EM magnet at top floor .........................................................................................
Positioning the EM magnets on the slotted tape (tape head O03-2) ............................................
Parameters to be adjusted on site and conversion table ...................................................................
Reminder of parameters to be checked and improved on site ......................................................
Conversion table ..........................................................................................................................
Frequency drive parameters, inputs / outputs and fault codes list ...................................................
Controller parameters, inputs / outputs and fault codes list .............................................................
Parameters concerned the slotted tape ..............................................................................................
Electric diagrams ...............................................................................................................................
Model 2 ........................................................................................................................................
Model 3 - 4 ...................................................................................................................................
Model 5 ........................................................................................................................................
Model 6 ........................................................................................................................................
Model 7 ........................................................................................................................................
Three phases or single phase door operator, front and rear doors .............................................
Traction motor fan .......................................................................................................................
2
6
6
7
7
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
11
12
12
12
17
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101
102
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
CHAPTER I
GENERALITIES
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HOW TO INSTALL THE CONTROLLER CABINET
For
model
2 to 6
FURTHER BASE
For resistive resistors (RR)
SUPPORT BAR
fixing with 2 screws Ø 6,3 x 38
and wall plug Ø 8 (supplied).
Screws for fixing
on the wall
500 mm
For
controller
with RR>4
Socket
Cabinet
Hinged door (Left or right)
Controller dimensions : L = 750 mm, H = 1050 mm, D = 300 mm
Controller dimensions with a lot of Extra Items : L = 900 mm, H = 1050 mm, D = 300 mm
Separate Box for more than 4 Breaking Resistors : L = 320 mm, H =600 mm, D = 250 mm.
Protection against electrical shocks : IP 31
Don’t forget than the EN-81-1 Standard § 6.3.2.1:
The dimensions of machine rooms shall be sufficient to permit easy and safe working on
6.3.2.1
equipment, especially the electrical equipment.
In particular there shall be provided at least a clear height of 2 m at working areas, and :
a) a clear horizontal area in front of the control panels and the cabinets. This area is defined as follows :
1) depth, measured from the external surface of the enclosures, at least 0,70 m ;
2) width, the greater of the following values : 0,50 m or the full width of the cabinet or panel ;
b) a clear horizontal area of at least 0,50 m x 0,60 m for maintenance and inspection of moving parts at
points where this is necessary and, if need be, manual emergency operation (12.5.1).
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CONTROLLER POSITION
AND ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (1/4)
When the machine room supports or is near a radio or television reception
aerial, do not put the controller cabinet in the aerial receiving zone (figure 1).
BAD !
GOOD !
Aerial receiving
zone
Aerial receiving
zone
Reception
Aerial
Reception
Aerial
Placing the frequency drive outside the aerial receiving zone
If you can not find a suitable place for the frequency drive cabinet, get the aerial
moved! If that is not possible, contact AUTINOR who will decide along with the building
owner, what measures need to be taken according to the EN 12015 and EN 12016
Standard for lifts, escalators and passengers conveyors.
PRÉCAUTIONS TO TAKE.
1. The power supply arrival L1, L2, L3 and Earth (Yellow/Green) must all pass through
the same cable.
L1
L2
PE
N
L3
2. The power link between the MB32 Vector drive and the motor (11, 12, 13 + Earth) must
go through the same cable. In order to reduce disturbances a screened cable (LIYYCY
type, minimal length of cable: 3m50) must be used, even if the motor cable is
mechanically protected by a tube or metal trunking. This screening should consist of at
least one flat cable, the greater the number of flat cables the greater the efficiency of the
screening. The cable should be supple for ease of installation in the machine room and
should comply with EN 81 standards.
To be completely efficient the screening must be connected at the same time to the
controller metal casing and to the motor metal housing.
In order to reduce any coupling effects, it is advisable to maximise the distance between
the motor cable and the three phase power supply cable, both inside and outside the
controller; for the same reason, you should keep the cables carrying high current as far
apart from those carrying low current as possible. These two types of cable should not be
placed in the same trunking, nor go through the controller casing via the same hole.
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY PRECAUTIONS (2/4)
At not time should the screening cable replace the yellow-green earthing cable.
ADVICE: In order to ensure the electromagnetic compatibility, it may be necessary to use to connect to the
motor, a metal stuffing box with a screening contact allowing an efficient electrical link between the
flat screening cable and the metal housing (see figure below).
If the motor terminal box is isolated, then a metal stuff box is of course useless. The screening cable
should be linked in the shortest way to the motor earth terminal block.
• Conventional connection :
Controller:
Motor:
W2
U2
V2
U1
V1
W1
Terminal box
PE 11 12 13
Yellow/Green
earthing cable
Yellow/Green
earthing cable
USING A SCREWDRIVER
LOWER THE MOBILE PLATE
TO INSERT THE SCREENING CABLE
Motor earth
terminal
Phase
cables
Screening flat cable
linked in the shortest way
to the earth terminal
Screening cable
Phase cables
Screened cable
Screened cable
Note: The cables should only be separated from the screening
once inside the terminal box.
Note: Keep the motor cable as far apart from the power cable
as possible, inside as well as outside the controller.
• Connection using stuff-box :
CURVED SEAL
TERMINAL
BOX WALL
SCREENING
FLAT CABLE
TUBING
FLAT SEAL
3. The other links between the MB32 Vector drive and the motor, i.e. .the brake (+BR and
-BR), the motor thermistor (0V, STH) can run together but kept at least 10 cm from the
power cables.
EXAMPLE:
MOTOR SCREENED CABLE
11,12,13 AND EARTH + SCREENING
L1, L2, L3 + EARTH
POWER
SUPPLY
ARRIVAL BOX
CONTROLLER
10 cm min
M
TRUNKING
MOTOR
SCREENED
CABLE
ONLY
10 cm min
L1, NEUTRAL
MOTOR THERMISTOR
BRAKE
HANGING CABLE
THERMISTOR,
BRAKE,
INCREMENTAL
ENCODER,
SHAFT WIRING
Check that the power supply arrival does not flow close
to the MB32 Vector drive and motor link.
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY PRECAUTIONS (3/4)
CONCERNING THE SET OF WIRING IN THE LANDING COLUMN SEPARATION.
3 SET OF WIRING
LIGHTING - POWER SOCKET (High current)
WARNING:
SAFETY LANE (Safety current)
We recommend to separate
in the landing column,
the 3 sets of wiring in 3 rows:
LOW VOLTAGE (Low current)
Lighting - Power sockets
Safety lane
and Low Voltage,
in order for ease of maintenance and taking
EMC* regards into account
* EMC : ElectroMagnetic Compatibility
CONCERNING TRAILING CABLE SEPARATION.
The devices controlled by the contactors are powered by wires which go into the trailing cable
The trailing cable's other conductor wires do not transport strong currents to activate power devices, but
electrical "DATA" via weak currents. This data could be, for example, the state of the door limits necessary to
control the automatic doors, or the car calls.
To show you the difference in importance between the two types of current, here is an example: Certain
door motors can use 3 amps whereas the current used for the data concerning the state of the door limits is
only 3 mA.
There is, in this typical example, a ratio of 1 to 1000.
This ratio is often even greater, especially when you consider the starting current of a power device when
it is first switched on. It is clear that the big currents will influence the little ones if care is not taken to separate
them.
IF THESE CURRENTS IN THE TRAILING CABLE ARE NOT SEPARATED:
•
FALSE DATA WILL BE SENT TO THE CONTROLLER,
•
THERE WILL BE GRADUAL DETERIORATION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS (ANYTHING FROM 3
DAYS TO A FEW MONTHS).
THE SHORT OR MEDIUM TERM CONSEQUENCES WILL BE SOME "STRANGE" FUNCTIONING BY THE
CONTROLLER, EVENTUALLY CAUSING BREAKDOWNS! ! !
TO SUM UP, IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE CONDUCTOR WIRES FROM THE TRAILING CABLE CARRYING
STRONG CURRENTS FOR THE RETIRING RAMP, DOOR MOTOR, BRAKING INJECTION, ANTI-CREEPS AND THE
CAR VENTILATION MOTOR, NOT TO MENTION THE CAR LIGHT AND SAFETY CHAIN, ARE SEPARATED FROM
THE OTHER CONDUCTORS CARRYING WEAK CURRENTS.
MECANICAL ATTACHMENTS
ONE OR SEVERAL
"WEAK CURRENT"
TRAILING CABLE
THE TRAILING CABLES MUST BE SEPARATED AS FAR APART AS POSSIBLE AND SHOULD BE
ARRANGED IN THE SHAFT AS SHOWN BELOW:
IF YOU ARE USING HALF-WAY BOXES, YOU SHOULD ALSO TAKE CARE TO SEPARATE THE WIRES.
The precautions carried out above should be taken in the controller as well. In fact, you should avoid
crossing wires in all directions behind the controller and should leave a little slack to aid maintenance.
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USE OF DIFFERENTIAL CIRCUIT BREAKERS
WITH AUTINOR FREQUENCY DRIVES (4/4)
First of all as a reminder :
• The low voltage directive explicitly states that electrical lift installations are excluded from
its field of application and so the standards relating to electrical installations only applies
as far as the input terminals of the main lift installation switch (cf EN 81 § 13.1.1.2) ;
• Nevertheless the safety of all people must be ensured, and so to do this, we rely as
much as possible on the detail of C 15-100 taking into account the imperatives
concerning lifts.
The standard C 15-100 § 532.2.1.3 states that :
« Les dispositifs de protection à courant différentiel-résiduel doivent être choisis et les
circuits électriques divisés de telle manière que tout courant de fuite à la terre susceptible
de circuler durant le fonctionnement normal des appareils ne puisse provoquer la coupure
intempestive du dispositif. »
AUTINOR frequency drives have a normal current leakage when loaded around 100 mA. We
therefor recommend the Lift installation be supplied through a differential circuit breaker with a
differential current (= « sensitivity ») Iδn = 300 mA.
What is more, C 15-100 states that for electrical installations cabled conform to the TT
diagrams (installations powered by the public electricity network), people should be protected
against indirect contacts by differential residual current circuit breaker which implies the
following of the relation ship which links the circuit breaker differential current Iδn to the
maximum conventional voltage of the UL contact and of the earthing socket resistance :
Iδn * RA ≤ UL (NF C 15-100 § 532.2.4.2)
If the earthing socket resistance exceeds 100 Ω, the electrician may use an S type
differential circuit breaker with a differential current of 300 mA, which will ensure protection
against indirect contact for an earthing socket resistance of up to 167 Ω. You should
nevertheless ensure that a « full load » movement does not break the circuit at the wrong
moment.
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MINIMUM CONNECTIONS NECESSARY
FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (1/4)
GD
1
INCREMENTAL ENCODER
HENGSTLER
+24
RED
0V
BLACK
CAI
WHITE
CBI
GREEN
3
GM
To be installed
in the safety lane
Θ
0V
STH
GD
GM
0V
0V
2
INS
Cut the wires which are not used.
Screening cable do not connect.
Wires CAI and CBI should be crossed
in dependance of your configuration.
KM11
KM12
KC23
0V
VEC05
BG15
VEC01
KA13
CS1
7
0V
KA16
(BG19)
CS2
6 810
BG19
8
KC22
+24
Red
13
FUVE
STATE OF
THE SAFETY LANE
Bottom
CBI
0V CAI
6 810
White
Green
Black
11
THE 3 LED'S (6, 8, 10)
NEED TO BE LIT UP
BEFORE THE LIFT
WILL MOVE
CONTROLLER TERMINAL RAIL
12
Incremental
encoder
L1PA L2PA L3PA
Device of bridging of the
safety measures of doors
FREQUENCY DRIVE TERMINAL RAIL
13
PE
FILTRE SECTEUR TRIPHASE
3 x 400Vac 50 / 60Hz
20 A à 40°C
L1'
L2'
L3'
CHARGE
LOAD
LIGNE
AUTINOR
Modèle : 0130-20
Made in France
LINE
FRV1
+BR
FRV2
L3 RS
11 -BR L1
CV 1B 2
3 4C 6 8A N
PE
L2
12
1S 1C 2A
4 5 8 10 L
L1
L2
L3
5
6
Minimum connections necessary for initial movement
4
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MINIMUM CONNECTIONS NECESSARY
FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (2/4)
During the construction phase, you can temporarily use the 0V, GM and GD inputs on the
KM12 connector for running up and down respectively.
CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
(See on page 18 for where to make these connections)
1
Connect the thermistor and/or the motor safety thermo-contact between the STH
and 0V terminals on the KM11 connector
2
Temporarily bridge 0V and INS on the KC23 connector.
3
The "up" and "down" push buttons on the inspection box on the car roof to the
GM, GD and 0V terminals on the KM12 connector.
4
The safety circuits 1S, 6, 8 and 10 on the electromechanical terminal rail.
5
The traction motor to 11, 12 ,13 on the electromechanical terminal rail and the
EARTH to the earth collecting bar, as well as the brake power supply
+BR & -BR
6
The power supply to L1, L2, L3 and the Earth.
!
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT THE L1, L2, L3 POWER SUPPLY TO 11, 12, 13
OR YOU RISK DAMAGING THE TRANSISTORS.
CONNECT POINTS
,
,
FOLLOWING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY RECOMMENDATIONS AS SHOWN ON PAGE 13.
7
Temporarily bridge CS1 and 0V on KA13 and possibly CS2 and 0V on KA16 of
the BG19 board (when there are 2 door operators).
8
Connect the four wires on the incremental encoder to the KC22 (Bottom)
connector on the VEC01 board.
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POWER-UP FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (3/4)
Switch on the power:
− The LEDs showing the transistors are green.
CUT THE SAFETY LANE
Please see page 26 for the description of how to use the frequency drive parameter/diagnostic
communication device
Checking the transistor control:
1) At address 041, write 55
041
TEST
55
VEC01
RECUP
X2
X1
THE LEDS BECOME RED.
Y2
Y1
Z2
Z1
2) At address 041, write 00
041
TEST
00
VEC01
RECUP
X2
X1
THE LEDS BECOME GREEN AGAIN.
Y2
Y1
Z2
Z1
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POWER-UP FOR INITIAL MOVEMENT (4/4)
To check the capacitor voltage:
CUT THE SAFETY LANE!
PRESS CONTACTOR
L
SELECT ADDRESS 104
104
Tcont
1000
100
10V
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
THE VOLTAGE READ IS ABOUT 600V
104
Tcont
1000
100
600V
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
To check the VEC12 current measuring device:
• Check at addresses 12A and 12E that the value is between 500 and 524. If the values are not coherent,
check the connection of the K8 connector of the VEC01 board.
To check the incremental encoder connection:
•
Check at address 116 on the parameter/diagnostic communication device (see page 28) that the number of
impulses increases as you turn the rotor in the direction corresponding to up, and decreases in the
direction corresponding to down. Turn the rotor gently by hand.
If the number of impulses changes in the wrong direction, inverse the CAI and CBI wire on the KC22 (bottom)
connector of the VEC01 board.
Check that the parameters are coherent (see Chapter VII Frequency
drive parameters):
RECONNECT THE SAFETY LANE!
Try an up movement and then a down movement, and check that the lift starts off in the required
direction.
Possible faults:
The system might come up with one or more of the following fault codes:
•
17: Phase failure or inversion of the controller.
•
102: Gap between the advised and real speed of more than 15% in Slow Speed.
•
100: Motor over-intensity.
♦ Cross two of the motor phases.
♦ Check that the encoder is wired correctly.
•
62: O03 tape head fault.
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LOCATION OF TERMINAL BLOCKS
To VEC01 board K4 connector,
and to tape head O03.
Towards power supply
transformer
0V
18V
MTH 0V
CAB
CAA
0V
+24
24R
DEF
CL
0V
STH
SUSD
GD
GM
MAN
0V
0V
GD
GM
INS
Parameter/
Diagnostic
J2
K5
Temperature
sonde
K1
0VF
K10
+550VF
K9
VEC01
KM17
Towards the
BG19 2nd automatic
door board
J1 connecteur
Motor current
measuring device
VEC12
J3
CR
KC22
KM11
J7
KM12
KC23
K27
EPG4
EPG3
EPG2
EPG1
+
KC21
Extension from
5 to 16 floors
BG18 board
J1 connector
D3
D2
D1
M0
C7
C6
C5
C4
KP27
M3
M2
M1
E/SX
P3
P2
P1
P0
KP34
NF3
NF2
NF1
NF0
P7
P6
P5
P4
KP23
POS3
POS2
POS1
POS0
J5
Towards
electro-mecanical rail
10
8
K30
6
RS
RS
Lift controller
connector
To BG15 board
J8 connector
J1
OPTION MLIft
J8
K4
!
* 24 / 48 V
** 110 / 220 V
K12
K14
0V
MAN
K30
K15
TOP
10
* ** * **
MO
VISO *
DE
COM1
S
L
VISO **
From BG15 board
K28 connector
COM2
VENT
COM3
FR
+24
MAN
KC28
PRIC
NS
SU
MHS
KP22
DEF
24R
CL
0V
K13
CAB
CAA
KC22
KS21
+24
SH8
0V
ZONE
To VEC01 board
J1 connector
From BG15 board
KC22 connector
and from tape head
O03.
K28
K29
KA14
K23
K25
KP29
KP24
K24
KC29
KC24
24R
+5V
0V
0V
K62
K26
TOP
INS/
MAN/
BOTTOM
+24
0V
CAA
CAB
0V
CCS
CCL
+24
COM3
FE1
OU1
DE
BOTTOM
+24
CBI
0V
MO
CAI
1
To VEC01 board
K12 connector
4 FLOORS COLLECTIVE
24R
0V
24R
SPG2
0V
FD
24R
CAM
CREP
FM
COMB
+24
0V
To the contactors
2
UP TO 8 FLOORS
SPG1
SPG3
SPG4
24R
0V
THV
PH
3
NOTHING TO BE CONNECTED
0V
C3
C2
C1
C0
0V
FF1
COI1
CS1
FCFE1
FCOU1
2
1
C3
C2
C1
C0
KP21
KT2
-
Serial link
connector
(Ex : Parameter/
diagnostic tool
KA13
N70
Towards power supply
transformer
19 VDC
J2
0V
ED
POM
BG17 board
J1 connector
BG15
K8
KP26
3
To the BG18
floor extension board
K1 connector
or
the BG19
2nd automatic door
board
K1 connector
Input
Output
Spare
therminal
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LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF FUSES
NOTCH
FU2, FU3
DC CURRENT
PROTECTION
(brake, retiring ramp,
electrovalves ...)
250V dim: 5 X 20
TIME LAG
For type 1 or 2
transformer
T1=5A / T2= 2A
FU1 (2A)
ELECTRONIQUE AND
SIGNAL POWER SUPPLY
PROTECTION
2A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TIME LAG
PROGRAMME
E2ROM
(FAULTS)
SPARE FUSE
for FU1
2A-250V dim: 5x20 TIME LAG
MICROPROCESSOR
FU1
EQUIPMENT
POWER SUPPLY
PROTECTION
5A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TIME LAG
SPARE FUSE
for FU2 and FU5
2,5A-250V dim: 5x20
QUICK ACTING
BG15
FU+
R
DC PROTECTION BY PROTISTOR
DEPENDING ON THE
DRIVE MODEL.
FU4
(SEE TABLE BELOW)
SAFETY LANE
!
POWER SUPPLY
The position of FU+ is depending
PROTECTION
of the V.F. Model
2A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 TIME LAG
E2ROM
(PARAMETERS)
VEC01
RED LED
ELECTRONIC
RECTIFIED
CURRENT PRESENT
(MAIN BOARD)
BRAKE CONTACTOR
POWER CONTACTORS
SPARE FUSE
for FU4.
for FU2 & FU3 if
Type 2 transformer
2A-250V dim: 5x20 TIME LAG
3 PHASE NETWORK
CURRENT FILTER
380 V dim: 6 X 32
L1P
L2P
L3P
VEC12
MOTOR CURRENT
MEASURING DEVICE
If you should replace the motor current
measuring device VEC12
It is IMPERATIVE to followed
the same path wire
GE 32
LA 32 TB 191
6A
6A
2A
4A
4A
2A
ATTENTION !!!
R
MODEL
N°2
N°3
N°4
N°5
N°6 / N°7
PROTISTOR
25 A (10x38)
40 A (14x51)
50 A (14x51)
63 A (22x58)
80 A (22x58)
FU1
ELECTRONIC
AND SIGNAL
POWER SUPPLY
PROTECTION
5A-250V dim: 5 x 20 TIME LAG
FU5
24RB, PROTECTION WIRE
FOR CALL PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20 QUICK ACTING
FU2
COMB, PROTECTION WIRE
FOR CALL PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20 QUICK ACTING
SPARE FUSE
for FU1 & FU7.
for FU2 & FU3 if
Type 1 transformer
5A-250V dim: 5x20 TIME LAG
BG22
YELLOW LED
RECTIFIED
CURRENT
PRESENT
(brake, retiring ramp,
electrovalves, anti-creep ...)
FU7
RECTIFIED
CURRENT
PROTECTION
TYPE A
5A-250V dim: 5 x 20 TIME LAG
FU1
BH07
BOX
PROTECTION
5A-250V dim: 5 x 20 TIME LAG
SAFETY LANE
PROTECTION
FuVe
TRANSISTOR
COOLING
FAN
PROTECTION
0,5A-250 V dim: 5 X 20 QUICK ACTING
ONLY USE PROTISTORS CAPABLE OF WHITHSTANDING 600V
AND SPECIALLY CONCEIVED TO PROTECT SEMI-CONDUCTORS.
THE USE OF OTHER FUSES IS DANGEROUS AND COULD DAMAGE
THE TRANSISTORS IF THERE IS A POWER SURGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT.
SPARE FUSE
for FU1
5A-250V dim: 5x20 TIME LAG
R
L1PA-L2PA-L3PA
DOOR 1 AND DOOR 2
PROTECTION
OF THE INPUT PHASES
FOR THE DOOR MOTOR
OPERATOR 1
2A-380V dim: 8,5 x 31,5
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LOCATION OF LED, JUMPERS AND RELAY
OF THE BG15 BOARD
TEST
0V 24V
Program
reference
TEST
SW7
E2rom
CA
SW4
CB
SW5
Controller
reference
CS1
Board
reference
TEST
8
6 10
BG15
SW12
SW11
SW10
SW9
SW1
SW2
DE
D
MO
Y
GV/PV
L
OU1 FE1
CL
COMB CREP
DEF
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FUNCTION OF THE SW1, SW2, SW4-SW5, SW7, SW9-SW10SW11 & SW12 JUMPERS OF THE BG15 BOARD
SW1
SW2
SW3
3
3
2
2
1
1
SW4 SW5
3
3
2
2
1
1
SW4 SW5
When the jumper is present, 24V increase the mass relays.
When the jumper is present, 0V increases the mass relays.
DOES NOT EXIST.
When the jumpers are in the lower (position 1-2) the controller is
programmed for use with the P202U tape-head.
When the jumpers are in the upper (position 2-3) the controller is
programmed for use with the O03 tape-head or the I.L.S proximity switches.
SW6
DOES NOT EXIST.
3
2
1
SW7
When the jumper is in the lower (position HYDR) the controller is
programmed for use as a HYDRAULIC.
3
2
1
SW7
When the jumper is in the upper (position TRAC) the controller is
programmed for use as a TRACTION.
SW8
DOES NOT EXIST.
1 2 3
SW9
SW10
Place the jumper to the right (position 2-3) for a single button - 2 to 8 floors
using on the BG15 board only.
SW11
SW12
1 2 3
SW9
SW10
SW11
SW12
Place the jumper to the left (position 1-2) for all other situations.
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FREQUENCY DRIVE PARAMETER / DIAGNOSTIC
COMMUNICATION DEVICE
This chapter contains information which will allow you to adapt the VECTOR
equipment to the specific conditions of the lift on which it is installed.
This adaptation is controlled by parameters, which you can modify according to your needs
using the removable parameter / diagnostic communication device as described below in the
paragraph Accessing the parameters.
The parameters are memorised in a particular type of chip called an EEPROM 1 (or
E2PROM) which keeps the information even when the equipment is switched off.
Each parameter is linked to an abridged name and an address which corresponds to
the position at which it is memorised in the EEPROM chip.
Accessing the parameters
As mentioned above, you can see and modify the parameters using the
parameter/diagnostic communication tool; this consists of a 16 characters LCD display with
four push buttons, which is connected to the VEC01 board by a standard Male/Female SubD 9 pt cable.
VEC01
Standard Male/Female
Sub-D9 pt cable
AUTINOR
1000
THOUSANDS
100
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
UNITS
HUNDREDS
TENS
TO MODIFY THE VALUES
TO VALIDATE THE DATA
RESET TO ZERO
1
EEPROM stands for Electrically Erasable Programable Read Only Memory.
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TO ACCESS THE PARAMETERS AND THE INPUT-OUTPUT INFORMATION
Power-up the equipment, the display shows:
VEC-Vxx
1000
xx/xx/xx
100
10
000
THEN
V0
1000
1
100
0,150m/s
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
Each time you press 1 the value shown will increase by 1.
Each time you press 10 the value shown will increase by 10.
Each time you press 100 the value shown will increase by 100.
Each time you press 1000 the value shown will increase by 1000.
CHOOSING THE LANGUAGE
The parameter/diagnostic communication device is preset to the language of the destination
country.
There are four options which appear at address 027 as follows:
FRANCE, ENGLISH, DEUTSCH, ESPAGNOL.
Press twice button 10,
then 7 times button 1,
for address 027
027
Country
1000
100
FRANCE
10
Press both MODIF buttons
at the same time
MDF
1000
1
100
FRANCE
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
2x
Country
Press button 1 and choose the
required language.
MDF
Country ENGLISH
1000
100
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
7x
Register the required language by pressing both VALID buttons at the same time
027
Country
1000
100
ENGLISH
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
The language in our example is English
1
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Other example:
VIEWING THE INCREMENTAL ENCODER IMPULSES (SEE PAGE 21).
Reset the display to address 000
by pressing the CLEAR buttons
simultaneously
000
V0
1000
Display address 116 using
buttons 100, 10 and 1
0,150m/s
100
10
116
1
Codeur
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
The value displayed at address
116
increases when the rotor turns
in the upwards direction
Codeur
1000
100
1
1x
6x
The value displayed at address
116
decreases when the rotor turns
in the downwards direction
0975
10
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1x
116
0635
116
1
Codeur
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
0328
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
TRANSFER OF THE SETTINGS INCLUDED IN THE VVVF TOWARD THE DIAGNOSTIC TOOL.
Press the 2 end buttons to make
« READ PARAMETERS »
appear.
Validate by pressing the
« VALID » buttons
..... Transfert
READ PARAMETERS
1000
100
10
READ Adr.
1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
Press the 2 end buttons
to return to normal mode
F8xx
10
000
1
V0
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
0,150m/s
100
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
Note: You can memorise in the E²ROM of the box, the parameters of 4 VVVF door drive, respectively at the
addresses 00, 40, 80 or C0. For that, press the 2 end buttons than press « MODIF » button and modify the
right number to 00, 40, 80 or C0 with the 10 button than press « VALID » to validate.
READ PARAMETERS
1000
100
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1
40 Octets
1000
100
<-
00
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1
40 Octets
1000
100
40
<-
80
C0
00
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
x8
Ex: Copy the VVVF parameters at
address 80 in the box
READ Add.
1000
100
F8xx
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1
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TRANSFER OF THE SETTINGS INCLUDED IN THE DIAGNOSTIC TOOL TOWARD THE VVVF.
!
!
WARNING: this operation overwrite on the parameters included in the VVVF door drive
Press the 2 end buttons,
you read,
« READ PARAMETERS »
Display
« WRITE PARAMETERS »
using button 1
READ PARAMETERS
WRITE PARAMETERS
1000
100
10
1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
10
Validate by pressing the
« VALID » button
..... Transfert
WRITE Ad.
1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
Press the 2 end buttons to
return to normal mode
F8xx
100
10
000
1
V0
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
0,150m/s
100
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
x1
Note: You can transmit the VVVF parameters in the E²ROM of the box at addresses 00, 40, 80 or C0 in the box
VEC03. For that, press the 2 end buttons, than on the button 1 to pass on « WRITE » mode than press the 2
« MODIF » buttons and than modify the right number at 00, 40, 80 or C0 with the 10 button than press
« VALID » to validate.
READ PARAMETERS
1000
100
10
WRITE PARAMETER
1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
10
40 Octets
1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
->
00
10
40 Octets
1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
40
->
80
C0
READ Add.
00
10
1000
1
F8xx
100
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
x8
Ex: Copy the Parameters
memorised at address 80
in the box to the VVVF
TO REMIND YOURSELF OF THE ADDRESS
If you forget the address you are changing, or the previous value
shown, just press both MODIF buttons.
004
V2
1000
100
2,00m/s
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
TO CHANGE THE PARAMETERS IN DECIMAL MODE
After selecting the required language (see previous page) you can access the parameters and
change them if required.
Reset the display by pressing
both CLEAR buttons
at the same time
000
V0
1000
100
0,150m/s
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
To change the V2 speed for
example, display address 004
by pressing button 1
004
V2
1000
100
2,00m/s
10
Press both
MODIF buttons
at the same time
MDF
1
V2
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
2,00m/s
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
4x
Press button 10 5 times to obtain
the desired speed
MDF
V2
1000
100
2,50m/s
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
5x
1
Register the new speed by
pressing both VALID buttons at
the same time
004
V2
1000
100
2,50m/s
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1
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TO CHANGE THE PARAMETERS IN SEGMENT MODE
You can access the options using segments and change them if so desired.
Seg0 : IG, Seg1 : NOBAND, Seg2 : BATTERY, Seg3 : MLI,
Seg4 : RETSEC, Seg5 : APPDIR, Seg6 : D65°, Seg7 : ML220V
Reset the display by pressing
both CLEAR buttons
at the same time
000
V0
1000
100
0,150m/s
10
1
Display address 00E
by pressing button 1
00E
Opt
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
00000000
10
1
Press both MODIF buttons
at the same time
MDF
Bt1
1000
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
100
0
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
11 x
Press button 10
to obtain the required segment
example: Direct approach.
MDF
Bt5
1000
100
AP-DIR 0
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
5x
1
Press button 1
to activate segment 5.
MDF
Bt5
1000
100
AP-DIR 1
10
1
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1x
Register the new data in the
memory by pressing both VALID
buttons at the same time.
MDF
Bt5
1000
100
AP-DIR 1
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1
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CONTROLLER PARAMETER / DIAGNOSTIC
COMMUNICATION DEVICE
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
Indicator
parameter
access
ECRIT
Figure 1 Position of the sliding switches for parameter mode
BG17
BG15
Figure 2 Position of the communication device
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THE PARAMETERS AND THEIR MYSTERIES
This chapter contains information which will allow you to adapt
MB32 VECTOR equipment to the specific conditions of the lift on which it is installed.
the
This adaptation is controlled by parameters, which you can modify according to your needs
using the removable parameter / diagnostic2 communication device as described below in
the paragraph Accessing the parameters.
The parameters are memorised in a particular type of memory called an EEPROM (or
E2PROM) which keeps the information even when the equipment is switched off.
Each parameter is linked to an abridged name and an address which corresponds to the
position at which it is memorised in the EEPROM chip. As computers are strange creatures,
the addresses are expressed in a particular numbering system, called an hexadecimal
system (= a numbering system in base 16), which is made up of numbers (from 0 to 9) as
well as letters (A to F). This peculiarity aside, you only need to consider the address as a
marker (think of the game of battleships).
Accessing the parameters
As mentioned above, you can see and modify the parameters using the
parameter/diagnostic communication tool; this consists of a BG17 circuit board, which is
plugged into the BG15 (figure 2, page 31).
The BG17 board is made up of 2 displays with 7 segments, 2 push buttons and 2 sliding
switches (figure 1, page 31).
To access the parameters, the left-hand sliding switch must be at the bottom; this
position is shown as PAR (as in PARAMETER) on the board.
When the sliding switch is in this position, the decimal point on the right-hand display lights
up to remind you that you are looking at or modifying the parameters.
2
Note for those used to using our previous manuals :
The term "parameter/diagnostic communication device" replaces the old term "communication tool" to
avoid any risk of confusion with the equipment used to communicate (directly or by telephone link) with
the computer system (telesurveillance and/or telediagnostic).
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DISPLAY MODES
Depending on the information to be displayed, the MB32 VECTOR uses the most
appropriate method of showing the information.
Digit Mode
The digit mode is useful to read or programme times, or the number of floors, or the number
of doors for example.
Example: If we have 2 door operators, we program 02 at address 03.
Segment Mode
The segment mode uses the individual vertical segments on the display as shown below.
Segment 6
Segment 5
Segment 7
Segment 4
Segment 3
Segment 0
Segment 2
Segment 1
This mode is useful to activate or deactivate different functions:
Example: To activate the "flashing direction arrows" option, segment 5 at
address 08 must be ON.
The segment mode is also useful to view the state of inputs and outputs:
Example: To check that the C0 input (car call to level 0) is correctly read by
the MB32 VECTOR, you need to look at segment 0 at address
00.
To change from digit to segment mode and vice-versa, slide the ADR-DON-MODIF switch
to ADR/DON and press both buttons at the same time, and release.
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To change the address or to view the inputs, outputs and parameters
ADR/DON
Check that the ADR/DON-MODIF switch is on ADR/DON.
MODIF
1
Scroll to the desired address (eg 03) by pressing the push buttons below the display.
Press either button and the address will be displayed. Each time you press a button the value
displayed will be increased by 1.
RAM
PAR
RAM
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
Press the right hand button 10
times to change
PAR
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
from address 09 to address 03
ECRIT
ECRIT
Leave the buttons for 1 second, and the contents of the selected address will be displayed
indefinitely.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
RAM
1 second later ...
PAR
ECRIT
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
ECRIT
To remind yourself of the current address
If you forget the address you are at,
ADR/DON
1
Slide the ADR/DON-MODIF switch to MODIF.
MODIF
ADR/DON
Then slide it back to ADR/DON. This will show you the address for 1
second, and then the contents.
MODIF
2
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TO CHANGE THE PARAMETERS
RAM
Check that the RAM-PAR switch is to PAR.
PAR
A) In digit mode
Go to the parameter address as explained on the page before (e.g. 03).
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
BG17
RAM
MODIF
PAR
1 second later ...
ECRIT
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
ECRIT
ADR/DON
2
Slide the ADR/DON-MODIF switch to MODIF.
MODIF
Use the push buttons to increase/decrease to the new value (e.g. 02).
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
RAM
Push once on the right-hand
button
to change the value from 01 to
02.
PAR
ECRIT
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
ECRIT
3
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
Register the new value by pushing and releasing both buttons
at the same time.
ECRIT
4
ADR/DON
Slide the ADR/DON-MODIF switch back to ADR/DON. Address 03 will
show followed by its value 02.
MODIF
5
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B) In segment mode
Go to the parameter address as previously explained (e.g. 08).
If the contents are displayed as a figure (82 in the example below), check that the right hand
switch is in the upper position, and press both buttons at the same time; this will pass you into
segment mode. The current address will be displayed followed by the contents shown in
segments. If not pass onto stage
.
RAM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
BG17
MODIF
1
PAR
BG17
ADR/DON
RAM
MODIF
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
BG17
Press
ECRIT
ECRIT
and release ...
1'
• The left-hand button acts on the TOP ROW of
segments (4 to 7),
ADR/DON
RAM
}
}
PAR
MODIF
• The right-hand button acts on the BOTTOM
ROW of segments (0 to 3).
BOTTOM
ROW
TOP
ROW
ECRIT
BG17
Slide the ADR/DON-MODIF switch to MODIF.
ADR/DON
In our example we want to activate the "flashing direction arrow"
function (address 08 segment 5).
2
MODIF
We have to light up segment 5 while keeping on all other segments in
their present state
RAM
PAR
flashing direction arrow
Seg 5 ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
RAM
Press
once
PAR
flashing direction arrow
Seg 5 ADR/DON
BG17
...
ECRIT
MODIF
RAM
Press
once
PAR
flashing direction arrow
Seg 5 ADR/DON
BG17
MODIF
...
ECRIT
ECRIT
Repeat stages
and
2
2
shown on the previous
page.
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CONCERNING THE ILLUSTRATIONS (1/2)
Each connection that you will have to carry out is accompanied by an explication and
an illustration. The illustrations try to summarise in one page all the important elements
which will be necessary for you to carry out the corresponding function; i.e.:
•
•
•
•
The PARAMETERS which you need to check or adjust,
The CONNECTIONS themselves,
The corresponding VARIABLES or INPUTS/OUTPUTS,
The CONSEQUENCES of any possible ANOMALY connected with the function in
question.
In order to achieve this goal (or at least to try to) this manual uses the following symbols:
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
OU
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
XXXXXX
Add. YY
Seg. Z
View of the parameter/diagnostic tool when you should check or
modify a parameter's value. Note that the push buttons are
shown in this case. The figure also specifies the position of the
sliding switches on the BG17 board.
View of the parameter/diagnostic tool when you should check the
state or value of a variable. Note that the push buttons are not
shown in this case. The figure also specifies the position of the
sliding switches on the BG17 board.
Name, address and possible segment number, for the variable or
parameter shown in one of the 2 preceding figures.
You should check the value or state of the parameter indicated,
and of course changes the parameter if it does not correspond to
the value or state indicated.
You should adjust the value of the parameter indicated. The unit
used (second, 1/10 second, millimetre, etc...) and the base
(decimal or hexadecimal) are displayed.
Note: You will find all useful information about the bases and the
conversions between bases in the chapter dedicated to
the parameters.
☺
Don't worry, be happy!
The parameter shown is at the right value, or the variable shown
reflects a normal operation of the function in question.
Now worry!
The parameter shown is the wrong value, or the variable shown
reflects a breakdown of the function in question.
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CONCERNING THE ILLUSTRATIONS (2/2)
Keep an eye on this!
This symbol indicates that you can see the state of the function in
question. It is used instead of the "smilies" when there is no
correct or incorrect state strictly speaking. This would be the case
for example with the contact authorising movements when in full
speed inspection mode.
Fault!
The wiring of the current function has caused a fault code to be
displayed on the parameter/diagnostic tool.
Permanent fault!
This symbol accompanies the above symbol, when the wiring of
the current function causes the permanent stop of the lift. In this
case, the only way of putting the lift into service is by an
intervention of you (or by cutting the power supply).
Fault code!
The fault code when there is a problem with the wiring of the
current function.
CHAPTER II
INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
THE SAFETY
WARNING!
Every intervention, connecting, on site maintenance,
in the controller must justified a systematic cut of the
main machine room switch provided by the
EN 81 standard § 13.1.1.1.
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CONNECTING THE SAFETY LANE
WITH AUTOMATIC DOORS AND MACHINE ROOM INSPECTION BOX
S
Maxi
250V
GV
SAFETY LANE
POWER SUPPLY
PV
MO
( K29 )
FU4 - BG22
PROTECTION
(§ 14.1.1.3)
GV/PV
DE
MO
10
DE
( K28 )
( K12 )
S
MO
DE
L
( K14 )
S
S
L
R 68 R 67
SAFETY LANE
DISCONNECTION
SWITCH
R 63 R 62
RS
ISOLATING
TERMINAL
BLOCKS
CV
RS
1S
1B
1C
BG15
RS
VEC01
MAIN BOARD
2
2A
FRV1
TOP OVER
TRAVEL LIMIT
(§ 10.5.3.1.b.2)
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL RAIL
FRV2
3
(§ 14.2.1.3)
INSPECTION BOX
BOTTOM OVER
TRAVEL LIMIT
(§ 10.5.3.1.b.2)
INSPECTION
SAFETY
GEAR SWITCH
(§ 9.8.8)
GM
TRANSMISSION OF THE
CAR POSITION TO THE
FINAL LIMIT SWITCH
(§ 10.5.2.3.b)
OVERSPEED
GOVERNOR
TRIPPING
(§ 9.9.11.1)
IN ABSENCE OF
MACHINE ROOM
INSPECTION BOX
SHUNT 2A & 3
GD
COM1
VECTOR FREQUENCY DRIVE
INSPECTION
FINAL LIMIT SWITCH
P 82.211 (§ 5.7.2.2.b)
DECRET 95-826 (§ I.1.1)
DISSIPATION
BUFFER
(§ 10.4.3.4)
L
L
( K30 )
4
4C
6
5
8
8A
10
If you haven't
a Doors
Security Bridge
Board,
schunt
the Terminal
5&6
NORMAL
INS
STOP IN
INSPECTION BOX
PULLEY ROOM
STOP
(§ 6.4.5)
CAR GATE
CONTACT
(§ 8.9.2), (§ 7.7.6.2)
(§ 7.7.4)
LANDING
LOCKS
(§ 5.4.3.2.2)
(§ 7.7.3.1)
Used
OVERSPEED
GOVERNOR
RELEASE
(§ 9.9.11.2)
Not used
MAN/
MACHINE ROOM
INSPECTION
BOX
(§ 14.2.1.4)
GM
OPTION
GD
EMERGENCY
STOP ON
CAR ROOF
(§ 8.15.b)
EMERGENCY DOOR
(§ 8.11.5.2)
+ SECURITY I.G.H.
(Art. GH33)
SHAFT EMERGENCY
EXIT
(§ 5.2.2.2.2)
CAR SAFETY
TRAP SWITCH
(§ 8.12.5.2)
CAR STOP BUTTON
(§ 14.2.2.2)
PIT BOTTOM
SWITCH
(§ 5.7.3.4)
CONTACT OF THE TENSION
IN THE COMPENSATION ROPES
Vn > 2.5 m/s. (§ 9.6.1.b)
GOVERNOR
RETURN
PULLEY
SWITCH
(§ 9.9.11.3)
Visa
Responsable
Normalisation
Date
H. MARY
10 / 07 / 97
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INSTRUCTION FOR CONNECTING ANY DEVICES
TO THE SAFETY LANE
SAFETY LANE
DOOR
CLOSED
CONTACTS
PRIMARY
SAFETY
CONTACTS
250 V
6
8
DOOR
LOCKED
CONTACTS
Protection
10
(BG15 Main board)
(K30)
10
8
6
RS
RS
0V
1
2
CV
RS
3
CV & RS : HINGED TERMINALS TO TEST THE
INSULATION OF THE SAFETY LANE
2 SEPARATE WIRES
PE
R
Contactors
R
R
Relays
2
MAKE SURE THAT ALL OF THE TERMINALS
ARE CORRECTLY TIGHTENED !
Note : To make this diagram clearer, the electronic
interfaces and the controller have been omitted.
Connection of the interfaces to he lift’s safety lane
1
The 0 V of the secondary winding of the transformer which powers the safety
lane must only be connected to the CV hinged terminal, by a wire whose
the colour is neither green and yellow, nor blue.
Only the hinged terminal mentioned above should carry the label CV; no
other terminal in the controller should have this label.
2
With the exception of movement contactors (connected to the controller
relays) ALL devices (contactors, electronic interfaces) with a pole connected
to the safety lane, must have their other pole connected uniquely to the RS
hinged terminal (Reference Securities), by a wire whose the colour is
neither green and yellow, nor blue.
3
The hinged terminals RS and CV must never be wired together; they must
be linked to the protection conductor PE by 2 separate wires, whose
colours must be neither green and yellow, nor blue.
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MEASUREMENT OF THE INSULATION OF THE SAFETY CHAIN
EN 81 standard § 13.1.3 a), state that the minimum insulation resistance of the safety chain shall
be 500 000 Ω 1:
13.1.3 Insulation resistance of the electrical installation (CENELEC HD 384.6.61 S1)
The insulation resistance shall be measured between each live conductor and earth.
Minimum values of insulation resistance shall be taken from table 5.
Nominal circuit voltage
V
Test voltage (D.C.)
V
Insulation resistance
MΩ
SELV
≤ 500
> 500
250
≥ 0,25
≥ 0,5
≥ 1,0
500
1000
When the circuit includes electronic devices, phase and neutral conductors shall be connected
together during measurement.
In order to facilitate the measurement of the insulation resistance of the safety chain ask by EN 81-1
Annex D § D.2 f) 1) for electric lifts and EN 81-2 Annex D § D.2 e) 1) for hydraulic lifts, AUTINOR
controllers are provided with switching terminals named CV and RS.
These two are Weidmüller model WTR 2.5, reference 101110 which electrical characteristics,
according IEC 947-7-1 are:
Tension
500 V, Intensity
16 A,
Section
2,5 mm²
For an easy work, the terminals are installed close together on the electromechanical rail and each
terminal have a yellow switching lever; when the two levers are in the off position, all elements of the
controller related to the safety chain are disconnected from the earth.
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO ELECTRONICS, PUT THE LEVERS OF THE 2 TERMINALS CV AND RS IN
THE OFF POSITION BEFORE MEASURING INSULATION!
RS
CV
CV & RS : SWITCHING TERMINALS FOR
INSULATION OF THE SAFETY CHAIN
CV
RS
L1
N
Factory
Wiring
U1
L2
U2
V1
L3
V2
W1
w2
2 switching
levers
(EXAMPLE OF ELECTROMECHANICAL RAIL)
EARTH CONNECTION BAR
Measurement of the insulation resistance of the safety chain: example for MB32 controller.
1
These values are the same to those indicated in table 61 A of standard NF C 15-100, identical to the values
indicated in publication CEI 364-6, not yet harmonised on the level of CENELEC (but which were the subject
of the project of harmonisation PrHD 384-6 in Mars 1990).
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CONNECTION OF THE DOORS SAFETY CONTACTS
BETWEEN 6 AND 10 (1/2)
8 10
6 8A
(*) The EN 81Norm (§ 7.7.4.2) authorize
the using of a unique contact
for the landing in case of
simultaneaous mechanic training
of the car and landing doors
Door closing contact and/or
locking of the hinged doors (*)
Door
Closing
Contact
Level n
Level m
In case of Car and Landing Automatics doors Connecting
8 10
6 8A
Door closing contacts
of the hinged doors
Door locking contacts
of the hinged doors
Door
Closing
Contact
In case of hinged doors and automatic car door
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CONNECTION OF THE DOORS SAFETY CONTACTS
BETWEEN 6 AND 10 (2/2)
8 10
6 8A
(*) The EN 81Norm (§ 7.7.4.2) authorize
the using of a unique contact
for the landing in case of
simultaneaous mechanic training
of the car and landing doors
Door
Locking
Contacts of the
hinged doors
Door closing contacts
of the hinged doors
Level
n
Level
m
Door
Closing
Contact
Level
n
Level
m
Door closing contacts and/or
locking of the hinged doors (*)
Level
n
In case of mixed service automatic car door,
hinged doors or automatic at some levels
8 10
6 8A
Door closing contacts
of the hinged doors
Door locking contacts
of the hinged doors
In case of hinged door without car door (flush shaft)
Level
m
CHAPTER III
INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
IN MACHINE ROOM
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Chapter III - page 2
CONNECTING OF MACHINE ROOM
INCREMENTAL ENCODER
HENGSTLER
+24
RED
0V
BLACK
CAI
WHITE
CBI
GREEN
Cut the wires which are not used.
Screening cable do not connect.
Wires CAI and CBI should be crossed
in dependance of your configuration.
Input voltage
220 or 380 V
L1
L2
L3
N
Phase
fail
Incremental
encoder
Safety
thermo-contact
Thermal
control
of the ventilation
L2
L3
L3P
L2P
L2P
L1P
L1P
3 PHASE
NETWORK
CURRENT
FILTER
PE L1' L2' L3'
PE
12
13
+BR -BR
ELECTROMECHANICAL
RAIL
L3P
L2P
L1P
MAN/
Brake
11
PE L1 L2 L3
Bridge
GM
Delayed
departure
GD
Screened
Cable
L1
* OPTION
θ
TCS
BH08
M
3~
Fault
indicator
24V / 1,2W
Motor
Thermostat
Traction
Motor
In use
indicator
+19.5V
KT1 KT2
-19.5V
BG22
L2
L1
KC22
(bottom)
+19 V
Main board
-19 V
VEC01
KT2
ELECTROMECHANICAL
RAIL
L3
+24 0V CAI CBI
PH
0V
THV
K62
MAIN BOARD BG15
STH
SUSD
0V
KM11
CL
DEF
24R
GD GM MAN 0V
KM12 *
MTH 0V
KM17
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MOTOR SCREENING CABLE
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
RECAV1
RE positioning in
speed V1?
☺
Add. 08
Seg. 7 ON
BG17
ECRIT
CONTROLLER:
PE 11 12 13
Yellow/Green
earthing cable
USING A SCREWDRIVER
LOWER THE MOBILE PLATE
TO INSERT THE SCREENING CABLE
S
L
Phase
cables
Screening cable
Screened cable
11
L1
L2
13
Note: Keep the motor cable as far apart from the power cable as
possible, inside as well as outside the controller.
12
L3
MOTOR:
Y
U1
W2
V1
U2
W2
U2
V2
U1
V1
W1
Terminal box
Yellow/Green
earthing cable
Motor earth
terminal
CONNECTION
W1
V2
Screening flat cable
linked in the shortest way
to the earth terminal
Motor
earth
terminal
Phase cables
Screened cable
Star connection
Motor 220 V / 380 V Mains 380 V
Note: The cables should only be separated from the screening
once inside the terminal box.
Connectin of traction motor MLIft
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MOTOR VENTILATION
DETECTION BY THERMO-CONTACT
BG15
1S
TCV
Motor ventilation command Motor over heating Detection by
thermo-contact - Thermal control
of the ventilation
θ
K62
Input
Connection diagram
« Chapter VII
Electric diagrams »
Output
Free
Terminal
0V
THV
Factory
Connected
From relay of
thermal protection
98
97
THV
Fan THermistor
Add. 0d
Seg. 4
THV
☺
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Viewing the fan thermistor state
DEF
BG15
Consequences of the ventilation motor starting
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THERMAL PROTECTION OF THE MOTOR & CONTROL
OF THE MACHINE ROOM TEMPERATURE
0V
STH
CTP
RESISTANCE
KM11
TCS
θ
θ
MACHINE ROOM
TEMPERATURE
TRACTION
MOTOR
Motor protection against
overloads: Connection of
embedded thermistor
and /or thermo-contact & control
of the machine room temperature
by thermo-contact
BG15
STH
THermic probe
Add. 12
Seg. 3
☺
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Viewing motor thermal protection state or thermic probe state
DEF
BG15
Consequences of an over heating of the motor or machine room
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EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL OPERATION (1/2)
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
OptMan
Homing control
option?
Add. 07
Seg. 4
BG17
ECRIT
FREVD
1S
GD
GM
2
1B
1C
2A
FREVM
3
4C
4
MAN
0V
1
BG15
KM12
GD
GM
2
3
GD
4
GM
3
MAN
MAN
0V
2
Normal
Emergency
Rappel
1
Connection of the emergency electrical switches.
MINIBLOC
Emergency
operation
Add. FF
Seg. 5
RAM
PAR
Viewing of emergency electrical operation
MAN
ADR/DON
MODIF
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EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL OPERATION (2/2)
EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 81-1
Notices, markings and operating
instructions
15.1
General provisions
All labels, notices, markings and operating
instructions shall be indelible, legible and
readily understandable (if necessary aided by
signs or symbols). They shall be untearable,
of durable material, placed in a visible
position, and written in the language of the
country where the lift is installed (or, if
necessary, in several languages).
§ 15.4.3
In the machine room, there
shall be detailed instructions to be followed in
the event of lift breakdown, particularly
concerning the use of the device for manual
or electrical emergency movement, and the
unlocking key for landing doors.
Emergency electrical operation switches box
MAN, GM & GD
Emergency operation
Up
Down
Add. 0C
Seg. 4, 2 & 1
RAM
PAR
GM
MAN
ADR/DON
GD
MODIF
Viewing of emergency electrical operation switches
DEF
BG15
Consequences of simultaneity of emergency electrical operation and inspection operation
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VIEWING OF THE UNLOCKING ZONE
P309
BATTERY
CHARGER
BOARD
12V - 0,5 / 1,2 Ah
Life cycle of battery
is between 5 and 7 years
K37
Battery charger
220V Supply
K17
VZAS
Viewing of the position
of the car in unlocking zone
only in the case
of emergency power
Magnet
N
0V
L
Standard
EN 81.2 § 12.9.3
12P
+
FU1
Protection of
emergency power
against overcurrent
0,5A 250V dim: 5 X 20
QUICK ACTING
-
+
-
KS15
N57
Input
Output
Free
terminal
Factory
Connected
Viewing of the unlocking zone in emergency power.
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DELAYED DEPARTURE
0V
SUSD
BG15
DELAYED
DEPARTURE
CONTACT
KM11
Connection of the delayed
departure contact.
SUSD
Delayed
departure
☺
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 0E
Seg. 2
Viewing of the delayed departure
DEF
BG15
Consequence of the delayed departure
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FAULT LIGHT (INDICATOR)
FAULT LIGHT
24V
FAULT LIGHT
24V
24R
DEF
24R
DEF
If + of 60 mA
per light
BG15
3 2 1
KM11
KM11
KP22
WARNING !!!
CONSUMPTION
OUTPUT "DEF" (KM11)
IN MACHINE ROOM
+
CONSUMPTION
OUTPUT "DEF" (KP22)
ON LANDING
=
100 mA
MAXI
22 21 24
12 11 14
P217
Connection of the fault light
DEF
Fault light
Add. 15
Seg. 7
☺
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Viewing of the fault light
DEF
BG15
Consequences of the fault light
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INTERCOM
VOLUME CONTROLE
INTERCOM
P310
P309
_
KP26
0V
+
POM
K39
0V
12P
0V
BG15
KM14
KP31
HPM
EPM
0V
ITM
12P
KC30
HPP
EPP
0V
HPC
0V
FREE TERMINAL
IPP
K17
K37
0V
12P
N L
BATTERY CHARGER
POWER SUPPLY 220V
1
1
2
MACHINE ROOM
LOUDSPEAKER P266
3
4
FIRE LANDING
LOUDSPEAKER P266
CAR
LOUDSPEAKER P266
INTERCOM SWITCHED ON BETWEE
THE CAR AND THE MACHINE ROOM
To respect the standard
EN 81-1 § 14.2.3.5
2
PUSH BUTTON "TO SPEAK"
IN PHONIC LIAISON BETWEEN
THE CAR AND THE MACHINE ROOM
3
FIREMAN SERVICE CONTACT
SWITCH INTERCOM
BETWEEN THE CAR
AND THE FIRE LANDING.
4
PUSH BUTTON "TO SPEAK"
IN PHONIC LIAISON BETWEEN
THE CAR AND THE FIRE LANDING.
CHAPTER IV
INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
IN SHAFT
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FIXING THE SLOTTED-TAPE BRACKETS
M8 x 20
2 x M8 x 20
2 x M8 x 20
4 x M5 x 15
2 x M12 x 30
M8 x 20
PL
M6
2 x M8 x 20
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FIXING THE BRACKETS FOR CONTROL
OF THE DOOR-ZONE
Chapter IV - page 3
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POSITION OF THE DOOR-ZONE P01 SENSOR OR PROXIMITY
SWITCHES (I.L.S.) AND TAPE HEAD O03 SELECTOR
Position of door-zone P01 sensors and tape-head O03 selector
Position of proximity switches (I.L.S) door-zone sensors and tape-head O03 selector
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POSITION OF THE VANES FOR DOOR-ZONE P01 SENSORS
IN CASE OF DOORS OPEN MOVEMENTS
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL L
HIGHEST
LEVEL L
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
TAPE-HEAD
P01
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL L-1
LEVEL L-1
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 2
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 0
LEVEL 0
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POSITION OF THE MAGNETS FOR
THE DOOR-ZONE READ BY PROXIMITY SWITCHES
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL L
HIGHEST
LEVEL L
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL L-1
LEVEL L-1
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 2
PROXIMITY
SWITCHES
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 1
SLOW SPEED
UP LEVELLING
ZONE
SLOW SPEED
DOWN LEVELLING
ZONE
DOOR- ZONE
LEVEL 0
LEVEL 0
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DOOR SECURITY BRIDGE BOARD RELEVELLING
PRE-OPENING BOARD
VISUALISATION OF THE DOOR-ZONE (N62)
Tape-head
for B zone
Visualisation of the presence
of the car in a unlocking zone
only in case of battery supply
From the safety
battery charger board
P309
K37 terminal
VZAS
P01
+24
OR
0V
CAZB
+ - + -
Norme
EN 81.2 § 12.9.3
+
a
b
Proximity switch
for B door-zone
SW2
KS15
KS19
Visualisation of the relay state
N62C
Visualisation of the presence
of the car in a door-zone
only in case of battery supply
ZONE
C

KC32

KS7
to the 6
electromechanical
terminal

On site control
switch
EN 81 § D.2 b)
Norme
SH8
Normal position
The relay always sticks
SW2
B
6E
INS2
KS20

The relay never sticks
SW4
'B' relay command
5E/5S
INS1
INS2 5
SW1
to the 10
electromechanical
terminal
SW3
A
RZONE
'A' relay command
KS14


ISO
INS
SW1
Tape-head
for A zone
P01
KS13
KS12
Normal
b
a
+
OR
Proximity switch
for A door-zone
Insp
Visualisation of the presence
of the car in a door-zone
Input
Output
CAZA+
CAZACAZA
RKISO
RZONE
ZOMI
+24
0V
SH8
From the Mainboard
KS21 terminal
Free
terminal
Factory
connected
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DOOR SECURITY BRIDGE BOARD RELEVELLING
PRE-OPENING BOARD
VISUALIZATION OF THE DOOR-ZONE (N57)
From the safety
battery charger board
P309
K37 terminal
Norme
EN 81.2 § 12.9.3
Visualisation of the presence
of the car in a unlocking zone
only in case of battery supply
VZAS
Input
Output
+ - + -
Free
terminal
Factory
wiring
N57A
KS5 /
KS15

KC12 /
KC32
4S

5E/5S
To the
safety
chain
4S
KS7 /
KS17
C
A
KS10 /
KS20
B
Visualisation
of the relay state
«

6E
Factory
Shunt

SH8
KS4 /
KS14
KS3 /
KS13
Proximity switch
for B door-zone
KS2 /
+24
10
to the 10
electromechanical
terminal
KS12

CAZB
CAZCAZ+
CAZA


0V
SH8
RZONE
RKISO
From the Mainboard
KS21 terminal
Proximity switch
for A door-zone
For each N57 you can find attached a specific documentation (Directive relating to lift
(95/16/EC) Annex 1 § 6.1.) concerning this safety component.
CHAPTER V
INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
ON LANDING
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Chapter V - page 2
CONNECTING ON LANDING: 2 TO 8 LEVELS (SAPB OR COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON)
WARNING!
MAIN BOARD BG15
SW9 TO SW12 JUMPER POSITION ON BG15
SW12 :
SW11 :
SW10 :
SW9 :
KP27
E/SX
M1
M2
KP34
M3
NF0
NF1
NF2
KP29
NF3
COMB
24R
KP23
KP24
POS0 POS1 POS2 POS3
CREP 24R
0V
NOTHING WILL
BE CONNECTED
ON THESE TERMINAL!
FM
0V
FD
KP26
KP22
K24
24R
DEF
CL
0V
POM
0V
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUTS
MUST BE INTERFACED
K26
ED
SPG3
24R
KC28
SPG1
MHS
ELECTRONIC OUTPUTS
VPMP - VHS - GONG
0V ON
LANDING
0V
P3
P7
P2
P6
P1
P0
P5
POM/
MHS
P4
24V / 1.2W
VPMP
24V / 1.2W
THE LANDING CALL BUTTONS ARE CONNECTED
SAPB or COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON
8 FLOORS MAX.
(Without Positionning outputs, Duplex,
Level damaged by Fire and double selective service)
DIGITAL
INDICATORS
24V / 1.2W
UP OR DOWN
ARROWS
DESCENTE
PROGRAMMATION:
24V / 1.2W
FAULT
LIGHT
24V / 1.2W
IN USE
INDICATOR
* FIRE
SERVICE
KEY
FIRE
SERVICE
LIGHT
VHS
OUT OF
SERVICE
LIGHT
* OUT OF
SERVICE KEY
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Chapter V - page 3
CONNECTING ON LANDING: SAPB MORE THAN 8 LEVELS OR
COLLECTIVE 1 OR 2 BUTTONS / LANDING 2 TO 16 LEVELS
WARNING!
MAIN BOARD BG15
SW9 TO SW12 JUMPER POSITION ON BG15
SW12 :
SW11 :
SW10 :
SW9 :
KP21
M0
D1
D2
KP27
D3
M1
M2
M3
KP24
KP29
KP34
KP23
COMB
24R
NF1 NF2 NF3 NF4
POS0 POS1 POS2 POS3
K24
CREP 24R
0V
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUTS
24V / 1.2W
FM
0V
FD
KP26
KP22
24R
DEF
CL
0V
POM
0V
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUTS
MUST BE INTERFACED
K26
ED
SPG3
24R
KC28
SPG1
MHS
ELECTRONIC OUTPUTS
VPMP - VHS - GONG
0V ON
LANDING
0V
0V ON
LANDING
0V
D3
M3
D2
D1
M2
M1
POM/
MHS
M0
24V / 1.2W
VPMP
24V / 1.2W
THE LANDING CALL BUTTONS ARE CONNECTED
DOWN OR UP COLLECTIVE. FOR MORE THAN
4 FLOORS ADD THE NECESSARY BG18 BOARD
DAMAGED
LEVELS
DIGITAL
INDICATORS
24V / 1.2W
UP OR DOWN
ARROWS
DESCENTE
24V / 1.2W
FAULT
LIGHT
24V / 1.2W
IN USE
INDICATOR
* FIRE
SERVICE
KEY
FIRE
SERVICE
LIGHT
VHS
OUT OF
SERVICE
LIGHT
* OUT OF
SERVICE KEY
PROGRAMMATION:
- IN COLLECTIVE 2 BUTTONS: Add 07-Seg 7-UNLIT ; Add 5C-Seg 5-UNLIT, Bat 6-UNLIT
(SEE THE MASK AT ADDRESSES 13, 14 AND 16, 17)
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Chapter V - page 4
COMBINATION OF ELECTRONICS BOARDS
In function of: number of level, number of button at the each landing and the controller
type.
The table below indicates the different combination between the electronics boards
BG15 (Main board), BG18 (Levels boards) and BG19 (2nd service board) includes in your
controller, in function of the number of levels (2 to 16 Levels), buttons at each landing (1 or
2 buttons) and your controller type (collective 1 button, Full collective, double selective
service).
BG15
Single automatic operation 2 to 8 level
Single automatic operation 9 to 12 level
Single automatic operation 13 to 16 level
Collective operation 1 button 2 to 8 level
Collective operation 1 button 2 to 16 level
Full collective operation 2 to 4 level
Full collective operation 5 to 8 level
Full collective operation 9 to 12 level
Full collective operation 13 to 16 level
Double selective service 2 to 4 level
Double selective service 5 to 8 level
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
BG18
(1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
BG18
(2)
X
X
X
X
X
X
BG18
(3)
X
X
X
X
BG19
X
X
Drawing
page
5
7
7
9
11
13
13
13
13
15
15
The table below indicates which interception direction at a given landing, in function
of the different parameter state.
In any case, the segment Base 8N light on !
Segment
Segment
Segment
Segment
Interception direction
Ramdes
on landing
BLOCAG
MsqDE
MsqMo
Lit
indifferent
indifferent
indifferent
Single automatic
Unlit
Unlit
indifferent
indifferent
in Down for all levels
Unlit
Lit
Unlit
Unlit
No interception
Unlit
Lit
Lit
Unlit
in Down
Unlit
Lit
Unlit
Lit
in Up
Unlit
Lit
Lit
Lit
In both direction (*)
(*) When the both segments Base 8N and Ramdes are lit, the sofware of the
controller MB32 forced the switching on of the Parameter-segment EFFNSEL (Call
cancel option / EFFacement Non Sélectif ?) -address 08, segment 3.
When the segment Base 8N is switching on, the equipment MB32 works on SAPB mode
or Collective 1 button per landing.
When the segment BLOCAG is switching on, the equipment MB32 works on SAPB mode,
if the segment is switching off, the equipment works on Down collective mode.
For reasons describes above at the parameter-segment Base 8N, the software forced the
switching off of the segment Ramdes if you have switching on, one of the segment below:
• DServS
• NivSin
• DPLX
- address 02, segment 2. (Double Selective SERVice?)
- address 02, segment 3, (Level damaged?)
- address 02, segment 6. (DuPLeX?)
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Chapter V - page 5
LANDING CALLS FOR SINGLE AUTOMATIC OPERATION
2 TO 8 LEVELS (1/2)
!
: Without positioning 1 wire per level-without multiplex-without level damaged
BASE 8N
BASE 8 level
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
BLOCAG
Single automatic
operation?
Add. 07
Seg. 7
RAMDES
Down collective
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BG17
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 6
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons.
MsqDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
Add. 16
Seg. 0 to 7
RAM
PAR
BG17
P7
P6 P5 P4
ADR/DON
P3
P0 MODIF
P2 P1
ECRIT
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Chapter V - page 6
LANDING CALLS FOR SINGLE AUTOMATIC OPERATION
2 TO 8 LEVELS (2/2)
WARNING!
SW12
This operating mode forbids
any selective light :
position indicator with light,
next departure arrows, selective gong,
etc. and so the option «levels damaged».
SW11
SW10
SW9
LEVEL 7
*
LEVEL 2
BG15
FU5 24RB
KP27
P3
P2
P1
P0
*
LEVEL 1
*
FU2 COMB
KP34
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
KP29
COMB
*
24R
*
P7
P6
P5
P4
LEVEL 0
THE LANDINGS CALLS
ACCEPTANCE ARE OPTIONAL
IN CASE OF S.A.P.B.
*
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Px
Landing calls connection
P7
Px - APPALD
« Down » landing
calls M0,
D1 to D15
P6
P5
RAM
Add. 06
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
P3
Landing calls preview
P4
ADR/DON
P2
MODIF
P1
P0
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Chapter V - page 7
LANDING CALLS FOR SINGLE AUTOMATIC OPERATION
2 TO 16 LEVELS (1/2)
!
: With positioning 1 wire per level - multiplex - level damaged
BASE 8N
BASE 8 level
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
BLOCAG
Single automatic
operation?
Add. 07
Seg. 7
RAMDES
Down collective
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BG17
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 6
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons.
MsqDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
Add. 16
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
Add. 17
Seg. 0 to 7
RAM
P6 P5 P4
ADR/DON
P3
P0 MODIF
P2 P1
BG17
MsqDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
P7
RAM
ECRIT
P13
P14
P12
P15
ADR/DON
PAR
BG17
P11
P8 MODIF
P10 P9
ECRIT
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Chapter V - page 8
LANDING CALLS FOR SINGLE AUTOMATIC OPERATION
2 TO 16 LEVELS (2/2)
DOWN
LANDING CALLS
LEVEL 15
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
D15
D14
D13
D12
KPDX
LEVEL 12
KPMX
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
LEVEL 9
D11
D10
D9
D8
KPDX
KPMX
SW12
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
SW11
SW10
SW9
KPDX
LEVEL 7
D7
D6
D5
D4
BG18
KPMX
LEVEL 2
BG15
KP21
FU5 24RB
D3
D2
D1
M0
LEVEL 1
FU2 COMB
LEVEL 0
KP27
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
KP29
24R
COMB
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Px
Landing calls connection
Px - APPALD
« Down » landing
calls M0, D1 to
D15
Add. 06
Seg. 0 to 7
P7
P6
P5
RAM
PAR P3
P4
ADR/DON
P2
P1
P0 MODIF
Px - APPALD
« Down » landing
calls M0, D1 to
D15
Add. 07
Seg. 0 to 7
Landing calls preview
P15
P14
P13
RAM
PAR P11 P10
P12
ADR/DON
P9
P8 MODIF
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Chapter V - page 9
LANDING CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION,
1 BUTTON, 2 TO 8 LEVELS (1/2)
!
: Without positioning 1 wire per level, without Duplex, without level damaged
BASE 8N
BASE 8 Level
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
BLOCAG
Single automatic
operation?
Add. 07
Seg. 7
RAMDES
Down collective
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BG17
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 6
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons and direction.
MsqMo
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 13
Seg. 0 to 7
RAM
PAR
Add. 16
Seg. 0 to 7
RAM
PAR
BG17
P6 P5 P4
ADR/DON
P3
P0 MODIF
P2 P1
BG17
MsqDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
P7
ECRIT
P7
P6 P5 P4
ADR/DON
P3
P0 MODIF
P2 P1
ECRIT
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Chapter V - page 10
LANDING CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION,
1 BUTTON, 2 TO 8 LEVELS (2/2)
WARNING!
SW12
This operating mode forbids
any selective light :
position indicator with light,
next departure arrows, selective gong,
etc. and so the option «levels damaged».
SW11
SW10
SW9
LEVEL 7
LEVEL 2
BG15
FU5 24RB
KP27
P3
P2
P1
P0
LEVEL 1
FU2 COMB
KP34
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
KP29
COMB
P7
P6
P5
P4
LEVEL 0
Light 24 V
24R
1,2 W max
*
per output Px
Landing calls connection
P7
Px - APPALD
« Down » landing
calls M0, D1à D15
P6
P5
RAM
Add. 06
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
P3
Landing calls preview
P4
ADR/DON
P2
MODIF
P1
P0
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Chapter V - page 11
LANDING CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION,
1 BUTTON, 2 TO 16 LEVELS (1/2)
BASE 8N
BASE 8 Level
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
BLOCAG
Single automatic
operation?
Add. 07
Seg. 7
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BG17
RAMDES
Down collective
ECRIT
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 6
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons and direction.
P6
RAM
MsqMo
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 13
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
P3
BG17
MsqDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
Add. 16
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
BG17
P4
P14
RAM
ADR/DON
P2
P0 MODIF
P1
MsqMo
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 14
Seg. 0 to 7
P5
P7
P3
RAM
ECRIT
MsqDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
Add. 17
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
BG17
P12
P13
ADR/DON
P10
P9
P8 MODIF
ECRIT
P14
P0 MODIF
P1
P11
P4
ADR/DON
P2
PAR
P15
BG17
ECRIT
P6
RAM
P5
P7
P15
P11
P12
P13
ADR/DON
P10
P9
ECRIT
P8 MODIF
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Chapter V - page 12
LANDING CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION,
1 BUTTON, 2 TO 16 LEVELS (2/2)
DOWN
LANDING CALLS
LEVEL 15
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
D15
D14
D13
D12
KPDX
UP
LANDING CALLS
LEVEL 12
KPMX
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
LEVEL 9
D11
D10
D9
D8
KPDX
KPMX
SW12
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
SW11
SW10
SW9
LEVEL 7
D7
D6
D5
D4
KPDX
BG18
KPMX
BG15
LEVEL 2
D3
D2
KP21
FU5 24RB
M0
LEVEL 1
FU2 COMB
KP27
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
LEVEL 0
M1
KP29
24R
COMB
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Dx or Ux
Landing calls connection
Add 06 :
P7
P6
P5
P4
RAM
Px - APPALD
« Down »
landing calls
M0,
D1 to D15
Add. 06 & 07
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR P3
Add 07 : P15
Add 03 :
ADR/DON
P2
P14
P13
RAM
PAR P11 P10
P0 MODIF
P1
P12
ADR/DON
P9
P7
P6
P5
RAM
Px - APPALM
« Up » landing
calls M0 to M15
Add. 03 & 04
Seg. 0 to 7
P8 MODIF
Landing calls preview
PAR P3
Add 04 : P15
P4
ADR/DON
P2
P14
P1
P13
RAM
PAR P11 P10
P0 MODIF
P12
ADR/DON
P9
P8 MODIF
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Chapter V - page 13
LANDING CALLS FOR FULL COLLECTIVE OPERATION,
2 TO 16 LEVELS (1/2)
BASE 8N
BASE 8 Level?
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
BLOCAG
Single automatic
operation?
Add. 07
Seg. 7
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BG17
RAMDES
Down collective
ECRIT
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 5C
Seg. 6
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons and direction.
P6
MSQMO
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 13
Seg. 0 to 7
RAM
PAR
P3
BG17
MSQDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
Add. 16
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
BG17
P14
P4
ADR/DON
P2
P0 MODIF
P1
RAM
MSQMO
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 14
Seg. 0 to 7
P5
P7
P3
ECRIT
RAM
MSQDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down »
Add. 17
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR
BG17
P12
P13
ADR/DON
P10
P9
P8 MODIF
ECRIT
P14
P0 MODIF
P1
P11
P4
ADR/DON
P2
PAR
P15
BG17
ECRIT
P6
RAM
P5
P7
P15
P11
P12
P13
ADR/DON
P10
P9
ECRIT
P8 MODIF
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Chapter V - page 14
LANDING CALLS FOR FULL COLLECTIVE OPERATION,
2 TO 16 LEVELS (2/2)
DOWN
LANDING CALLS
LEVEL 15
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
D15
D14
D13
D12
KPDX
UP
LANDING CALLS
LEVEL 12
M14
M13
M12
KPMX
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
KPDX
D11
D10
D9
D8
KPMX
M11
M10
M9
M8
SW12
LEVEL 9
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
SW11
SW10
SW9
KPDX
D7
D6
D5
D4
KPMX
M7
M6
M5
M4
BG18
LEVEL 7
LEVEL 2
BG15
D3
D2
D1
M0
KP21
FU5 24RB
LEVEL 1
FU2 COMB
M3
M2
M1
KP27
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
LEVEL 0
KP29
24R
COMB
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Dx or Ux
Landing calls connection
Add 06 :
P7
P6
P5
RAM
Px - APPALD
« Down »
landing calls
Add. 06 & 07
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR P3
Add 07 : P15
P4
Add 03 :
ADR/DON
P2
P14
P13
RAM
PAR P11 P10
P0 MODIF
P1
P12
ADR/DON
P9
P7
P6
P5
RAM
Px - APPALM
« Up » landing
calls
Add. 03 & 04
Seg. 0 to 7
P8 MODIF
Landing calls preview
PAR P3
Add 04 : P15
P4
ADR/DON
P2
P14
P1
P13
RAM
PAR P11 P10
P0 MODIF
P12
ADR/DON
P9
P8 MODIF
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Chapter V - page 15
DOUBLE SELECTIVE SERVICE LANDING CALLS (1/3)
Principe:
The notion of double selective service is to made a selective opening of the front or
rear door.
This require 2 car buttons box (one for each side !).
In the same way, for the landing calls, it must be possible to connect together the
front and rear door for a same floor
When the 32 serie is meant to drive 2 selective service, it is necessary to 'split' the
car and landings calls.
The 32 serie can delivered 16 levels maxi. (BG15 + 3 BG18 floor boards) on Single
or Double non selective service, this capacity is reduce at 8 Levels in case of double
selective service.
Note:
• To create a controller with 2 to 4 Levels on Double Selective Service,
You needs the main board BG15 + 1 BG18 levels boards;
• To create a controller with 5 to 8 Levels on Double Selective Service,
You needs the main board BG15 + 3 BG18 levels boards.
LEVEL
F
A
C
E
1
F
A
C
E
2
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
BG15
CAR
BG18 BG18
(1)
(2)
C7
C6
C5
C4
BG18
(3)
BG15
DOWN LANDING
BG18 BG18
BG18
(1)
(2)
(3)
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
M0
C3
C2
C1
C0
UP LANDING
BG18 BG18
(1)
(2)
X
M6
M5
M4
BG18
(3)
M3
M2
M1
X
C7
C6
C5
C4
C7
C6
C5
C4
BG15
D7
D6
D5
D4
D7
D6
D5
D4
X
M6
M5
M4
M7
M6
M5
X
EXAMPLE: CONNECTION FOR A CONFIGURATION OF 4 LEVEL
CONCERNING THE CAR CALLS:
The inputs C0 to C3 (BG15, KC21) correspond at the calls for the level 0 to 3 of the front door.
The inputs C4 to C7 (BG18 (1), KCx) correspond at the calls for the level 0 to 3 of the rear door.
CONCERNING THE LANDING CALLS FOR DOWN:
The inputs M0, D1 to D3 (BG15, KP21) correspond at the calls for the level 0 to 3 of the front door.
The inputs D4 to D7 (BG18 (1), KPDx) correspond at the calls for the level 0 to 3 of the rear door.
CONCERNING THE LANDING CALLS FOR UP:
The inputs M1 to M3 (BG15, KP27) correspond at the calls for the level 1 to 3 of the front door.
The inputs M5 to M7 (BG18 (1), KPMx) correspond at the calls for the level 1 to 3 of the rear door.
If there is no door at some level, of course, there is nothing connecting on the
corresponding input!!!
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 16
DOUBLE SELECTIVE SERVICE LANDING CALLS (2/3)
FRONT DOOR
N°1
N°2
REAR DOOR
For the mask, to switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons and Direction
MSQMO
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 13
Seg. 0 to 3
&
FRONT DOOR - BG15
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR M3 M2
M0 MODIF
M1
FRONT DOOR - 2 nd BG18
Add. 14
Seg. 4 to 6
PAR
&
M6
M4 MODIF
M5
FRONT DOOR - BG15
ADR/DON
RAM
PAR
D3
D2
MODIF
D1
FRONT DOOR - 2 nd BG18
Px - APPALM
« Up » landing
calls
Add. 03
Seg. 0 to 3
MSQDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down
»
Add. 16
Seg. 5 to 7
D6
D5
D4 MODIF
FRONT DOOR - BG15
RAM
PAR P3
ADR/DON
P2
P1
P0 MODIF
Add. 04
Seg. 0 to 3
Px - APPALD
« Down » landing
calls
Add. 06
Seg. 0 to 3
RAM
PAR P7
Px - APPALM
« Up » landing
calls
Add. 03
Seg. 4 to 7
P6
P5
FRONT DOOR - BG15
RAM
PAR P3
ADR/DON
P2
P1
P0 MODIF
Add. 04
Seg. 4 to 7
Px - APPALD
« Down » landing
calls
Add. 06
Seg. 4 to 7
FRONT DOOR - 2 nd BG18
&
Add. 07
Seg. 0 to 3
RAM
PAR P7
P5
P4 MODIF
M0 MODIF
ADR/DON
M6
M5
M4 MODIF
REAR DOOR - 1 st BG18
ADR/DON
RAM
D3
PAR
D2
MODIF
D1
ADR/DON
RAM
D7
D6
D5
D4
MODIF
REAR DOOR - 1 st BG18
RAM
PAR P3
ADR/DON
P2
P1
P0 MODIF
RAM
PAR P7
ADR/DON
P6
P5
P4 MODIF
REAR DOOR - 1 st BG18
RAM
PAR P3
ADR/DON
P2
P1
P0 MODIF
REAR DOOR - 3 rd BG18
&
ADR/DON
P6
M1
REAR DOOR - 3 rd BG18
&
ADR/DON
P4 MODIF
M2
RAM
PAR
FRONT DOOR - 2 nd BG18
&
PAR M3
REAR DOOR - 3 rd BG18
&
Add. 17
Seg. 4 to 7
PAR D7
ADR/DON
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
RAM
Add. 17
Seg. 0 to 3
REAR DOOR - 1 st BG18
REAR DOOR - 3 rd BG18
&
ADR/DON
RAM
Add. 14
Seg. 0 to 2
MSQDE
Mask the landing
calls for « Down
»
Add. 16
Seg. 1 to 3
MSQMO
Mask the landing
calls for « Up »
Add. 13
Seg. 4 to 7
Add. 07
Seg. 4 to 7
Landing calls preview
RAM
PAR P7
ADR/DON
P6
P5
P4 MODIF
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Chapter V - page 17
DOUBLE SELECTIVE SERVICE LANDING CALLS (3/3)
Ø
3rd BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
KPDX
D7
D6
D5
D4
KPMX
M6
M5
M4
F.D 1
×
Ø
R.D 2
×
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Dx or Ux
LEVEL 7
D7
D6
D5
D4
KPMX
M6
M5
M4
SW12
Double Selective
SERVice?
Add. 02
Seg. 2
LEVEL 6
2nd BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
KPDX
DSERVS
LEVEL 5
SW11
SW10
LEVEL 4
SW9
1st BG18 board
Level 0 to 3
BG19
BG18
KPDX
D7
D6
D5
D4
KPMX
M7
M6
M5
BG15
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
LEVEL 3
FU5 24RB
KP21
FU2 COMB
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
D3
D2
D1
M0
KP29
KP27
24R
COMB
M3
M2
M1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 0
BG17
ECRIT
Double selective service landing calls
connection
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 18
ID 30 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
ID 30
BG15
(E3)
(COM)
(ALIM)
CREP
0V
24R
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
CREP
0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E3)
(COM)
KP24
CREP 24R
0V
ID 30 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 19
ID 50-1 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
ID 50-1
BG15
(E3)
(COM)
(ALIM)
CREP
0V
24R
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
CREP
0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E3)
(COM)
KP24
CREP 24R
0V
ID 50-1 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Chapter V - page 20
ID 50 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
BG15
ECRIT
ID 50
(ALIM) 24R
(COM) 0V
(E1)
CREP
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
CREP
KP24
CREP 24R
0V
ID 50 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 21
IDFL 30 / 50 MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR
WITH ARROWS
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
IDFL 30 / 50
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP (E5)
BG15
(E1) FD
(E3) FM
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
24R
FD
(ALIM)
(E1)
FM
CREP
(E3)
K25
FM
FD
0V
(COM)
(E5)
KP24
CREP 24R
0V
FD FM
24R
IDFL 30 / 50 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Chapter V - page 22
STANDARD PROGRAMMING
Level
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Displayed on
digital indicator
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Code to be
programmed
into the
controller
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0b
0C
Displayed on
digital indicator
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
-0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
Address
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
2F
2E
2d
2C
2b
2A
29
28
Code to be
programmed
into the
controller
0d
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Displayed on
digital indicator
ES
RJ
RC
RH
RB
SS
P0
P1
P2
P3
RS
ME
Code to be
programmed
into the
controller
1A
1b
1C
1d
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
EXAMPLE: Configuration for an installation of 8 LEVELS including 2 BASEMENT.
If at Level 2 - Ground Level (Address 2A), we desire « RC » displayed, we program 1C to
parameter address 2A (REPTxx : REPeaTer at level xx).
n
Select address 2A corresponding to the 2nd level with
Push buttons.
RAM
PAR
o
p
q
1 second later, a value is displayed, if this value suits you
(our example 1C) Don’t change it, if not, slide the
ADR/DON - MODIF switch to MODIF
Modify the value to obtain 1C with push buttons to
increase/decrease to the new value.
Register the new value by pushing and releasing both
buttons at the same time.
Slide the ADR/DON - MODIF switch to ADR/DON
The new value is memorised.
ADR/DON
1
ADR/DON
MODIF
2
MODIF
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
3
MODIF
ADR/DON
MODIF
4
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Chapter V - page 23
IDFL 30 / 50 MD MODEL, LANDING POSITION INDICATOR WITH
SCROLLING MESSAGES ARROWS
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
IDFL 30 / 50 MD
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP (E3)
BG15
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
24R
KP24
CREP
0V
24R
WARNING!
The command of the
indicator with scrolling
messages arrows
needs the 'V15'
programm or posterior
Program
(E3)
(ALIM)
CREP 24R
(COM)
0V
IDFL 30 / 50 MD model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Chapter V - page 24
POSITION INDICATOR WITH SCROLLING MESSAGES ARROWS
PROGRAMMING
D
G B
MDCREP3
MDCREP4
F
Repère du
graphisme
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
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74
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18
19
-Ø
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
ES
RJ
RC
RH
RB
SS
P0
P1
P2
P3
RS
ME
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
2Ø
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-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
F
H
U
B
E
G
K
LG
M
OG
P
UG
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EG
DG
SG
U1
U2
O1
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-Ø
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
ES
RJ
RC
RH
RB
SS
P0
P1
P2
P3
RS
ME
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
2Ø
21
22
23
HORS SERVICE
AUSSER BETRIEB
OUT OF SERVICE
SIN SERVICIO
SERVICE INCENDIE
BRANDFALLSTEUERUNG
FIRE CONTROL
BOMBEROS
CABINE RESERVEE
SONDERFAHRT
SPECIAL SERVICE
PRIORIDAD CABINA
IN SERVICE
ELECTRA VITORIA
MDCREP3-P
75
Ø
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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11
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13
14
15
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17
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-1
-2
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LG
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LB
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B2
OS
2Ø
21
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23
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UG
P
H
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L
B3
S P
LIBRE
MDCREP3-C
ÜBERLAST
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Chapter V - page 25
FL 30 / 50 MODEL, LANDING DIRECTION ARROWS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FLCLIG
Direction
indicator flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
FL 30 / 50
BG15
FD
FM
(COM) 0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E1)
(E3)
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
FD
FM
(COM) 0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E1)
(E3)
K25
FM
KP29
0V
FD
24R
FL 30 / 50 model, direction arrows connection
FD
FM & FD
Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15
Seg. 4 and 5
FM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FL 30 / 50 model, direction arrows state preview
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 26
MODEL WITH LIGHT LESS THAN TO 1,2 W (TOTAL 2,4 W
MAX), LANDING DIRECTION ARROWS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FLCLIG
Direction
indicator flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
WARNING !!!
BG15
Light 24 V
2,4 W max.
PER SENS
Dont forget the
possible arrows
in car
In case of overload of the
admissible nominal
power (2,4 W)
Connect 1 P217 box
PER SENS
K25
0V
FD
FM
Direction arrows connection
FD
FM & FD
Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15
Seg. 4 to 5
FM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Direction arrows state preview
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 27
MODEL WITH LIGHT SUPERIOR TO 1,2 W (TOTAL 2,4 W MAX),
LANDING DIRECTION ARROWS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FLCLIG
Direction
indicator flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5
BG17
WARNING !!!
Light 24 V
ECRIT
BG15
2,4 W max.
PER SENS
Dont forget the
possible arrows
in car
In case of overload of the
admissible nominal
power (2,4 W)
See the drawing
below
LEVEL 15
K26
K25
LEVEL 7
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 0
0V
FM
THE TERMINAL BLOCK 2 & 1
ARE INTERCONNECTED
ON THE P217 BOARD
3
2
1
24R
FD
3
2
1
P217
22 21 24
12 11 14
22 21 24
12 11 14
Direction arrows connection
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Chapter V - page 28
IDFL 30/50 MD MODEL, NEXT DEPARTURE ARROWS WITH SCROLLING MESSAGES (1/3)
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
FLPDP & FLCLIG
POS15
POS14
POS13
POS12
KPOSX
24R
POSx
Next departure arrows
& Direction indicator
flashing
FIXED
IN FRONT
24R
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
BG18
POS11
POS10
POS9
POS8
KPOSX
(E2)
POSx
(E3)
Add. 08
Seg. 4 and 5
(ALIM)
CREP 24R
(COM)
0V
BG15
IDFL 30 / 50 MD
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
POS7
POS6
POS5
POS4
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP(E3)
(E2) POSx
(E1) 24R
RAM
KPOSX
CREP
BG15
(E1)
24R
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP(E3)
(E2) POSx
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP(E3)
(E2) POSx
(E1) 24R
FLPDP
FCLIG
MODIF
PAR
POS3
POS2
POS1
POS0
KP24
KP23
CREP
0V
24R
(E1) 24R
Next departure arrows with scrolling messages connection
BG17
ADR/DON
ECRIT
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 29
NEXT DEPARTURE ARROWS WITH LIGHT (2/3)
FLPDP & FLCLIG
Next departure
arrows &
Direction
indicator flashing
RAM
FLPDP
FCLIG
MODIF
PAR
Add. 08
Seg. 4 and 5
BG17
WARNING !
ECRIT
NEXT
DEPARTURE
IN DOWN
100 mA per position outputs POS x.
May attention of all elements connected
on these outputs, (Selective gong,
arrows for next departure, etc ...).
ADR/DON
NEXT
DEPARTURE
IN UP
LEVEL 15
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
LEVEL 12
POS15
POS14
POS13
POS12
KPOSX
LEVEL 9
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
POS11
POS10
POS9
POS8
KPOSX
LEVEL 7
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
KPOSX
POS7
POS6
POS5
POS4
LEVEL 2
KP23
BG15
K25 THE OUTPUTS FM AND FD
POS3
POS2
POS1
POS0
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 0
PRODUCE 24R.
FD
DIODE 1N400x
FM
Next departure arrows connection
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 30
NEXT DEPARTURE ARROWS (3/3)
FD
FM & FD
Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15
Seg. 4 to 5
FM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Direction arrows preview
POS5
POS7
POS0-7
POSition outputs
POS0 to POS7
Add. 1F
Seg. 0 to 7
POS6
RAM
PAR
POS3
POS4
ADR/DON
POS2
POS1
MODIF
POS0
Level 0 to 7, position outputs preview
POS15
POS8-15
POSition outputs
POS8 to POS15
Add. 20
Seg. 0 to 7
POS13
POS14
RAM
PAR
POS11
Level 8 to 15, position outputs preview
POS12
ADR/DON
POS10
POS9
MODIF
POS8
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Chapter V - page 31
LANDING SELECTIVE GONG (1/2)
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
GONGAR
GONG on
stopping?
Add. 09
Seg. 7
BG17
ECRIT
WARNING !
100 mA per position outputs POS x.
May attention of all elements connected
on these outputs, (Selective gong,
arrows for next departure, etc ...).
LEVEL 15
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
LEVEL 12
POS15
POS14
POS13
POS12
KPOSX
LEVEL 9
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
POS11
POS10
POS9
POS8
KPOSX
BG18
LEVEL 7
BG15
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
POS7
POS6
POS5
POS4
KPOSX
POS3
POS2
POS1
POS0
KP23
BG15
K23
SPG2
K26
3
2
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 0
1
THE TERMINAL BLOCK 2 & 1
ARE INTERCONNECTED
ON THE P217 BOARD
SPG1
SPG3
SPG4
24R
WARNING !!!
PROGRAMMABLE
OUTPUTS (SPGX)
PRODUCE 0V
P217
22 21 24
12 11 14
Landing « Selective gong »
DIODE 1N400x
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 32
LANDING SELECTIVE GONG (2/2)
GONGx
RAM
GONG on
Programmable
outputs xx
PAR
on
on
SPG4 SPG2 ADR/DON
on
SPG3
on MODIF
SPG1
Add. 79
Seg. 0 to 3
BG17
ECRIT
DEF
BG15
Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2, SPG3 and SPG4
(several functions at the same physical output)
Série 32 Mlift Vector - Prog.Vectorielle
Installation manual
Chapter V - page 33
LANDING OUT OF SERVICE LIGHT (1/2)
on
on
SPG4 SPG2 ADR/DON
RAM
VHS
Out of service light
on SPGx
on
SPG3
PAR
on
SPG1 MODIF
Add. 79
Seg. 4 to 7
BG17
ECRIT
BG15
MHS
KC28
OUT OF
SERVICE
CONTACT
from 0V
ON LANDING
K23
K26
FAULT LIGHT
24V
OUT OF
SERVICE LIGHT
24V
3 2 1
Above 60 mA
per light
SPG2
SPG1
SPG3
SPG4
24R
SPG
24R
WARNING!!!
THE OUTPUTS
SPGx PRODUCE
0V
22 21 24
12 11 14
P217
« Out of service » contact and light connection
VHS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Out of service light
Add. 15
Seg. 1
Out of service light state preview
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 34
LANDING OUT OF SERVICE LIGHT (2/2)
RAM
NIVMHS
Out of service level
PAR
ADR/DON
8
4
2
1
MODIF
Add. 43
BG17
ECRIT
Out of service level choice (in hexadecimal mode)
MHS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Out of service
Add. 0E
Seg. 1
Out of service contact state preview
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
MHSPF
Out of service door
closed?
Add. 09
Seg. 2
BG17
ECRIT
Out of service door closed choice
DEF
BG15
Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2, SPG3 and SPG4
(several functions at the same physical output)
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Installation manual
Chapter V - page 35
LANDING « ENGAGED » LIGHT
BG15
ENGAGED LIGHT
24V / TOTAL 2A MAX
0V
CL
LEVEL 0
KP22
LIGHT
24V / 1,2W
LEVEL 1
LEVEL N
OR
LEVEL 0
CL
LED IN SERIAL
WITH A 1,5K
RESISTOR
LEVEL 1
LEVEL N
PILOTED
BY
RELAY
Landing « engaged » light connection
CL
Engaged light
(Flashing)
Add. 28
Seg. 5
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
« Engaged » light state preview
CHAPTER VI
INSTALLATION
&
CONNECTING
IN CAR
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 2
CONNECTING IN CAR: 2 TO 8 LEVELS (SAPB OR COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON)
WARNING!
MAIN BOARD BG15
SW9 TO SW12 JUMPER POSITION ON BG15
KC23
GM
INS
KC22
KA13
CABCAA 0V +24
FCOU1 FF1
COI1
FCFE1 0V
CS1
0V
GD
KC21
C0
C1
KP21
C2
C3
M0
D1
KC29
D2
D3
KC24
KP23
0V
24R POS0 POS2
COMB
POS1 POS3 CREP 24R
FM
K24
KC28
K26
K23
0V
NS MHS
PRIC SU
SPG4 SPG1
24R SPG3
SPG2
FD
NOTHING WILL
BE CONNECTED
ON THESE TERMINAL!
ELECTRONIC OUTPUTS
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUTS
O03
Tape head
0V IN
CAR
SAFETY LANE
CONNECTIONS
STOP IN
INSPECTION BOX
INSPECTION
UP END LIMIT
INSPECTION
BOX
24V / 1.2W
24V / 1.2W PRIC: CAR PRIORITY KEY
NS: NON STOP CONTACT
EXAMPLE
FOR CONNECTING
UP
OR
DOWN
AUTOMATIC DOOR
AROWS SU: OVERLOAD CONTACT OF 4 PROGAMMABLE
THE CAR CALLS ARE CONNECTED ON UP OR DOWN COLLECTIVE 1 BUTTON OR ON SAPB 8 FLOORS MAX.
OUTPUTS
MHS: OUT OF SERVICE CONTACT
FCFE1: CLOSE END LIMIT
(Without Positionning outputs, Duplex, Level damaged by Fire and double selective service)
VSU: OVERLOAD LIGHT
FCOU1: OPEN END LIMIT
Recommendations :
VPMP: FIRE SERVICE LIGHT
FF1: DOOR CLOSE BUTTON
GONG: GONG OUTPUT
CS1: PHOTOCELL CONTACT
24V / 1.2W
DIGITAL
INDICATOR
*
COI1: SAFETY KNUCKLE CONTACT
OR DOOR RE-OPEN BUTTON
VHS: OUT OF SERVICE LIGHT
nor when the tape head bistable passes the magnet.
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 3
CONNECTING IN CAR: SAPB MORE THAN 8 LEVELS OR
COLLECTIVE 1 OR 2 BUTTONS / LANDING 2 TO 16 LEVELS
WARNING!
BG18 BOARD
SW9 TO SW12 JUMPER POSITION ON BG15
MAIN BOARD BG15
FOR MORE THAN 4 FLOORS ADD
ONE OR MORE BG18 FLOOR
EXTENSION BOARD
KCX
KC23
GM
INS
KC22
KA13
CABCAA 0V +24
FCOU1 FF1
COI1
FCFE1 0V
CS1
0V
GD
KC21
C0
C1
C4
C2
C5
C6
C7
C3
KC29
KC24
KP23
0V
24R POS0 POS2
COMB
POS1 POS3 CREP 24R
SEE WIRING
DIAGRAMS FOR
HALL LANTERNS
SELECTIVE GONG
...
O03
Tape head
FM
K24
KC28
K26
K23
0V
NS MHS
PRIC SU
SPG4 SPG1
24R SPG3
SPG2
FD
ELECTRONIC OUTPUTS
ELECTRONIC
OUTPUTS
0V IN
CAR
C7
C6
C5
C4
SAFETY LANE
CONNECTIONS
STOP IN
INSPECTION BOX
INSPECTION
UP END LIMIT
FCFE1: CLOSE END LIMIT
INSPECTION
BOX
24V / 1.2W
AUTOMATIC DOOR
THE CAR CALLS ARE CONNECTING ON UP AND DOWN COLLECTIVES 2 BUTTONS
FCOU1: OPEN END LIMIT
FF1: DOOR CLOSE BUTTON
CS1: PHOTOCELL CONTACT
COI1: SAFETY KNUCKLE CONTACT
OR DOOR RE-OPEN BUTTON
*
Recommendations :
nor when the tape head bistable passes the magnet.
DIGITAL
INDICATOR
24V / 1.2W
24V / 1.2W PRIC: CAR PRIORITY KEY
NS: NON STOP CONTACT
EXAMPLE FOR CONNECTING
UP OR DOWN
AROWS SU: OVERLOAD CONTACT OF 4 PROGAMMABLE
OUTPUTS
MHS: OUT OF SERVICE CONTACT
VSU: OVERLOAD LIGHT
VPMP: FIRE SERVICE LIGHT
GONG: GONG OUTPUT
VHS: OUT OF SERVICE LIGHT
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 4
CAR CALLS FOR SINGLE AUTOMATIC AND COLLECTIVE
OPERATION, 1 BUTTON, 2 TO 8 LEVELS (1/2)
! : Without positioning 1 wire per level, without Duplex, without level damaged
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BASE 8N
BASE 8 Level
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons.
C6
RAM
C5
C4 ADR/DON
C7
MSQCAB
Mask the
« Car » calls
PAR
C3
C2
C0 MODIF
C1
Add. 10
Seg. 0 to 7
BG17
ECRIT
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 5
CAR CALLS FOR SINGLE AUTOMATIC AND COLLECTIVE
OPERATION, 1 BUTTON, 2 TO 8 LEVELS (2/2)
WARNING!
SW12
This operating mode forbids
any selective light :
position indicator with light,
next departure arrows, selective gong,
etc. and so the option «levels damaged».
SW11
SW10
SW9
LEVEL 7
*
LEVEL 2
BG15
KC21
FU5 24RB
C3
C2
C1
C0
*
LEVEL 1
*
FU2 COMB
KP21
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
KC29
*
C7
C6
C5
C4
THE CAR CALLS
ACCEPTANCE ARE OPTIONAL
IN CASE OF S.A.P.B.
24R
LEVEL 0
*
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Cx
*
COMB
« Car » calls connection
C7
Cx - ENVCAB
C6
C5
RAM
« Car » calls
Add. 00
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR C3
« Car » calls visualisation
C4
ADR/DON
C2
C1
C0 MODIF
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 6
CAR CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION
1 OR 2 BUTTONS, 2 TO 16 LEVELS (1/2)
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
BASE 8N
BASE 8 Level
Add. 5C
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons.
C6
MSQCAB
RAM
Mask the
« Car » calls
PAR
C5
C4 ADR/DON
C7
C3
C2
C0 MODIF
C1
Add. 10
Seg. 0 to 7
BG17
MSQCAB
RAM
Mask the
« Car » calls
PAR
ECRIT
C14 C13
C15
C12ADR/DON
C11
C10
C9
Add. 11
Seg. 0 to 7
BG17
ECRIT
C8 MODIF
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 7
CAR CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE OPERATION
1 OR 2 BUTTONS, 2 TO 16 LEVEL (2/2)
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
LEVEL 15
per output Cx
LEVEL 12
3rd BG18 board
Level 12 to 15
C7
C6
C5
C4
KCX
LEVEL 11
2nd BG18 board
Level 8 to 11
LEVEL 8
C7
C6
C5
C4
KCX
SW12
LEVEL 7
SW11
SW10
1st BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
SW9
LEVEL 4
C7
C6
C5
C4
KCX
LEVEL 3
BG15
FU5 24RB
C3
C2
C1
C0
KC21
LEVEL 1
FU2 COMB
LEVEL 0
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
KC29
24R
COMB
« Car » calls connection
Cx - ENVCAB
C7
« Car » calls
C0 to C7
C6
C5
RAM
Add. 00
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR C3
Cx - ENVCAB
C15
« Car » calls
C8 to C15
ADR/DON
C2
C1
C14
C13
RAM
Add. 01
Seg. 0 to 7
PAR C11 C10 C9
« Car » calls preview
C4
C0 MODIF
C12
ADR/DON
C8 MODIF
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 8
DOUBLE SELECTIVE SERVICE CAR CALLS (1/2)
FRONT DOOR
N°1
REAR DOOR
N°2
For the mask:
To switch on the segment corresponding to the active buttons.
MSQCAB
Mask the
« Car »
calls
ADR/DON
RAM
PAR C3
C2
C1 C0 MODIF
Add. 10
Seg. 0 to 3
Mask the
« Car »
calls
Add. 11
Seg. 0 to 3
Cx - ENVCAB
« Car » calls
Add. 00
Seg. 0 to 3
ADR/DON
RAM
PAR
C3
Rear door - 3 rd BG18
ADR/DON
RAM
PAR
C7 C6
C5 C4 MODIF
Front door - BG15
RAM
PAR C3
ADR/DON
C2
C1
C0 MODIF
&
ADR/DON
RAM
Add. 11
Seg. 4 to 7
PAR
C7
« Car » calls
Add. 00
Seg. 4 to 7
Add. 01
Seg. 0 to 3
RAM
PAR C7
&
ADR/DON
C6
C5
C4 MODIF
Add. 01
Seg. 4 to 7
« Car » calls preview
C6
C5 C4 MODIF
Rear door - 1 st BG18
C3
C2 C1 C0
Cx - ENVCAB
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Rear door - 3 rd BG18
C7
C6 C5 C4
Front door - 2 nd BG18
&
C2 C1 C0 MODIF
Add. 10
Seg. 4 to 7
Front door - 2 nd BG18
&
Rear door - 1 st BG18
MSQCAB
Front door - BG15
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 9
DOUBLE SELECTIVE SERVICE CAR CALLS (2/2)
3rd BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
FRONT DOOR
REAR DOOR
n°1
n°2
Double Selective
service?
C7
C6
C5
C4
KCX
LEVEL 7
SW12
SW10
C7
LEVEL 4
C7
C6
C5
C4
KCX
LEVEL 4
C4
BG19
BG18
1st BG18 board
Level 0 to 3
BG15
KCX
Add. 02
Seg. 2
LEVEL 7
2nd BG18 board
Level 4 to 7
SW11
SW9
DServS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
C7
C6
C5
C4
LEVEL 3
FU5 24RB
LEVEL 3
BG17
KC21
FU2 COMB
FU5 / FU2
24RB / COMB
PROTECTION
WIRE FOR CALL
PANEL BUTTONS
2,5A-250V dim: 5 x 20
QUICK ACTING
KC29
24R
COMB
C3
C2
C1
C0
ECRIT
C7
LEVEL 0
LEVEL 0
C4
Light 24 V
1,2 W max
per output Cx
Double selective service « Car » calls connection
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 10
CONNECTING OF TAPE HEAD O03-1 & O03-2
FOR COUNTING WITH SLOTTED TAPE (1/2)
+
a
b
+24
0V
CAA
CAB
!
WARNING !!!
CONNECT NOTHING ON
0V & + 24
OF THE TAPE-HEAD
TAPE HEAD
O03-1
+-ab
+-ab
VEC01
CAB
CAA
0V
+24
Used in case
of extreme
up contact
K4
O03-2
BG15
CAA
0V
PL
OR
CAA
CAA
CAB
CAB
CAB
O03-1
ED EM
SW1
N70B
WARNING
STATE OF BEAM A
BG15
The tape head must be placed
at least at 20 cm
of a source magnetic !
KC22
STATE OF BEAM B
3
2
1
B32
JUMPER UP POSITION
( 2-3)
HB32
Connecting of tape head O03-1 or O03-2
MINIBLOC
CA & CB
Tape head beam A
Tape head beam B
Add. FF
Seg. 7 & 6
CA
CB
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Beam CA & CB of tape head O03-1 or O03-2 preview
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 11
CONNECTING OF TAPE HEAD O03-1 & O03-2
For COUNTING WITH SLOTTED TAPE 2/2
CAA, CAB, EXD (& EXM (003-2))
Tape head beam A
Tape head beam B
Extreme Down contact
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
(& Extreme Up contact)
Add. 11
Seg. 0, 1, 3 (& 2 (EXM))
CAA
EXM
EXD
(O03-2)
CAB
Tape head beam state (O03-1 or O03-2) and the magnetic switch preview
DEF
BG15
Inversion of the car movement
DEF
BG15
Consequence of an incorrect reading by CA & CB signal
DEF
BG15
Consequence of the tape head O03 fault
DEF
BG15
Tape head O03 not powered
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 12
CAR ALARM BUTTON
BATTERY
CHARGER
BOARD
12V - 0,5 / 1,2 Ah
Life cycle of battery
is between 5 and 7 years
P309
KM13
BAL
12P
KC26
K17
ECS
0V
BAL
N
L
BATTERY CHARGER
220V SUPPLY
ALARM
ALARM
BUTTON
EMERGENCY
LIGHTING
Car alarm button connection
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 13
CAR STOP BUTTON
BATTERY
CHARGER
BOARD
12V - 0,5 / 1,2 Ah
Life cycle of battery
is between 5 and 7 years
JUNCTION BOX
P309
SECU3
SECU2
Car stop
button
(14.2.2.2)
KM13
12P
BUZZER
Car stop button connection
KC26
0V
K17
N
L
Battery charger
220V supply
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 14
CAR GONG 1/2
on
SPG2
on
RAM SPG4
GONG
GONG on
Programmable
outputs xx
PAR
on
SPG3
ADR/DON
on MODIF
SPG1
Add. 79
Seg. 0 to 3
BG17
ECRIT
BG15
WARNING!
PROGRAMMABLE
OUTPUTS (SPGX)
PRODUCE 0V
GONG
24V / 1,2W
K23
SPG2
K26
SPG1
SPG3
SPG4
24R
« Non selective gong» (in car)
SW2
SW1
SW2
SW1
SW2
SW1
K1
P262
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 15
CAR GONG (2/2)
GONG
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
GONG
Add. 15
Seg. 6
Gong preview
DEF
BG15
Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2, SPG3 and SPG4
(several functions at the same physical output)
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 16
UNLOCKING RETIRING RAMP WITH DIRECT CURRENT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
TFR8
Filtering
of « 8 »
1/100 s
Add. 45
BG17
Input
BG15
Output
Hex
ECRIT
Factory
Connected
+RD
-RD
1L1
3 L2
5 L3
7 L4
+
+
-
RETIRING RAMP
TENSION SUPPLY
A1
Telemecanique
24V
01
I
O
CAM
LP4K
09004
2 T1
4 T2
6 T3
8 T4
_
A2
K23
BY255 DIODE
(1300V/3A)
ONLY IN DIRECT
CURRENT
+CAM
-CAM
CAM
+24
RETIRING RAMP
« Retiring ramp » connection
CAM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Retiring ramp
Add. 13
Seg. 3
Retiring ramp output state preview
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 17
FRONT DOOR THREE PHASE MOTOR
VERSTF1
CARPO1
RGPT
Front door
mechanical
characteristics
PMAFCP1
P1SFCOU
P1SFCFE
MSTPRP1
MSTPMP1
AMPSEC1
Add. 40
Seg. 0 to 7
BG17
ECRIT
BG15
CLOSED ACCELERATION
FF1
0V
KA13
FF1
CS1
FCOU1
REOPENING BY NORMALLY
OPEN CONTACTS
(Eg: Door re-open button)
COI1
COI1
FCFE1
REOPENING BY NORMALLY
CLOSED CONTACTS
(Eg: Sensor)
CS1
CLOSED END-LIMIT CONTACT
FCFE1
IF1
-RD
UT1
VT1
IO1
WT1
IR1
OPEN END-LIMIT CONTACT
FCOU1
*
BRAKE :
OPTIONAL IN ACCORDANCE
WITH DOOR MOTOR TYPE.
P253M
*
**
DOOR MOTOR
M
1 Vit
3~
-
INJECTOR'S
ADJUSTMENT
RESISTOR
**
RAOU
BY255 DIODE
(1300V/3A)
+
E.M.C.
**
INJECTOR :
BRAKING BY INJECTION
WITH DIRECT CURRENT OPTIONAL IN ACCORDANCE
WITH DOOR MOTOR TYPE.
Front door three phase motor connection
PAUTO
FCOU1, FCFE1, CS1,
COI1, FF1
Automatic front
door
Add. 0F
Seg. 0 to 4
FF1
RAM
ADR/DON
MODIF
CS1
COI1 FCFE1 FCOU1
PAR
BG17
ECRIT
**
RAFE
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 18
REAR DOOR THREE PHASE MOTOR
P2SFCOU
VERSTF2
P2SFCFE
CARPO2
Rear door
mechanical
characteristics
PMAFCP2
MSTPRP2
MSTPMP2
AMPSEC2
Add. 60
Seg. 0 to 6
BG17
ECRIT
CLOSED ACCELERATION
FF2
0V
FF2
KA16
CS2
FCOU2
REOPENING BY NORMALLY
OPEN CONTACTS
(Eg: Door re-open button)
COI2
COI2
FCFE2
REOPENING BY NORMALLY
CLOSED CONTACTS
(Eg: Sensor)
CS2
CLOSED END-LIMIT CONTACT
FCFE2
OPEN END-LIMIT CONTACT
FCOU2
BG19
IF2
-RD UT2
VT2 IO2
WT2 IR2
*
BRAKE :
OPTIONAL IN ACCORDANCE
WITH DOOR MOTOR TYPE.
P253M
*
BG15
DOOR MOTOR
M
1 Vit
3~
+
INJECTOR'S **
ADJUSTMENT
RESISTOR
**
RAOU
BY255 DIODE
(1300V/3A)
E.M.C.
BRAKING BY INJECTION
WITH DIRECT CURRENT
**
INJECTOR :
OPTIONAL IN ACCORDANCE
WITH DOOR MOTOR TYPE.
Rear door three phase motor connection
PAUTO
FCOU2, FCFE2, CS2,
COI2, FF2
Automatic rear
door
Add. 10
Seg. 0 to 4
FF2
RAM
ADR/DON
MODIF
CS2
COI2 FCFE2 FCOU2
PAR
BG17
ECRIT
**
RAFE
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 19
AUTOMATIC DOOR MOTOR PILOTED BY RETIRING RAMP
BG22
Input
Output
KT3
Free
terminal
Factory
connected
  __
+
DOOR ZONE
BG15
+RD
-RD
ZPCAM
1L1
3 L2
5 L3
7 L4
+
A1
Telemecanique
+CAM
-CAM
24V
01
I
O
CAM
OR
LP4K
09004
K23
2 T1
4 T2
6 T3
8 T4
_
CAR DOOR
MOTOR
A2
CAM
+24
220 V INPUT
SUPPLY
Forbiden
to open
between level
(EN 81 § 7.7.3)
Explaination
(CEN n°227)
The operator's power supply MUST BE CUT
by the principal switch in the machine room.
IT MUST NOT therefore be supplied by the lighting circuit
and / or by the car's electrical plug.
Automatic door motor piloted by retiring ramp
CAM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Retiring ramp
Add. 13
Seg. 3
Retiring ramp output preview
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Installation manual
Chapter VI - page 20
ELECTRONIC DOOR CONTROL UNIT OP06 OR OP11
Presentation of VVVF door card OP06 or OP11.
The Electronic Door Control Unit OP06 or OP11 has been designed to control 3
Phase AC motor or D.C. motor - 0,3 kW (OP06) and 0,6 kW (OP11).
3 Phase AC motor: Programme OP11 / OP06B - V07 14 MHz - 25/10/95
DC motor: Programme OP11 / OP06B - V07 CC - 10/02/95
The frequency drive regulates the doors' acceleration and deceleration, which can
be individually adjusted to suit the requirements of the application in both opening and
closing directions.
Connection Diagram of the Electronic Card.
CONNECTED IN DELTA
3 PHASE AC MOTOR 240V
240 VAC
SUPPLY
NOTE : Position VVVF card as close
to door gear motor as possible
DO NOT CONNECT A P253 UNIT
TO THIS MOTOR
TO S/EDGE
CIRCUIT
TERMINALS
DC
MOTOR
COM FC COM FC
OU OU FE FE
OV +12 CB CA
+16
J2
J5
J1
-
+
PH3
-
+
PH1
J3
-
+
PH2
J4
OP06 or OP11
Open signal from the controller, should be connected to Terminal connector J4 on PH2+ and
PH2-.
Close signal from the controller, should be connected to Terminal connector J4 on PH1+ and J3
on PH1-.
Open Slow Down Limit should be connected to Terminal connector J2 on 0V and CA.
Close Slow Down Limit should be connected to Terminal connector J2 on 0V and CB.
Door Nudging will be given from the controller and should be connected to Terminal connector J3
on PH3+ and PH3-. It is also required to give a door close signal.
Door re-opening is created due to an over-current which will energise the on-board relay. The relay
contact should be connected to the safety edge circuit to open the doors. The terminals to connect
to are marked COM FC and FCFE (normally open) of the J1 connector.
NOTE: The V.V.V.F. / Motor link should be as short as possible.
IMPERATIVE
Separate the conductors carrying large current and those carrying
electric information at low current.
For more information refer you at the documentation [ref AUTINOR: 7276)
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Chapter VI - page 21
ELECTRONIC DOOR CONTROL UNIT OP15 1/2
Presentation of the VVVF door card OP15.
The Electronic Door Control Unit OP15 has been designed to control 3 Phase AC
motor up to 0,3 kW.
3 Phase Motor:
•
Programme Slow down contacts: ............ OP15 R xx – xx/xx/xx
•
Programme Incremental Encoder: ........... OP15 I xx – xx/xx/xx
The VVVF door drive only independently runs the slow down contact, due to the
contact which are connected directly or to the incremental encoder.
The opening and closing command are given from the controller which receive
directly the end limit contacts or by the intermediately of the encoder which knows the
exact position of the leaves.
Connection diagram of Electronic Box.
INCREMENTAL ENCODER [OV-16V-CA-CB]
OU
OP15
SLOW DOWN LIMIT ON CLOSING [OV-CA]
+
SLOW DOWN LIMIT ON OPENING [OV-CB]
K5
OPENING SIGNAL
0V
2
3
16V
CA
CA
CB
CB
0V
CA
CB
4
16V
K4
WARNING !!!
DO NOT CONNECT
A SUPPRESSOR
ON THE MOTOR
DEFAUT
FAULT
FEHLER
2 3 +
4 5 +
6 7 +
8
1
RE-OPENING SIGNAL
SEE BELOW (*)
FAULT SIGNAL
1 +
SCREEN CABLE
(0,75 mm² [ref AUTINOR : 3444]
CLOSING NUDGING SIGNAL
DIAGNOSTIC PLUG
DIAG.
0V
1
CLOSING SIGNAL
DOOR
MOTOR
300W
K3
-
230 VAC
SUPPLY
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE PENDANT
UNE MINUTE APRES MISE HORS TENSION
EN L'ABSENCE DU COUVERCLE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DURING ONE
MINUTE WHEN THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
HAS BEEN CUT, IN THE ABSENCE OF THE
COVER
BEI FEHLENDER ABDECKUNG BLEIBEN DIE
TEILE EINE MINUTE NACH ABSCHALTUNG
DER STROMZUFUHR SPANNUNGSFÜHREND
2
3
4
AUTINOR
The Open signal should be connected to Terminal connector K4 on – [2] and + [1]. (24V ~
or =)
The Close signal should be connected to Terminal connector K4 on – [4] and + [3].
(24V ~ or =)
The re-opening signal should be connected to Terminal connector K4 on – [6] and + [5].
(24V ~ or =)
The Fire Service signal to do the Set-up speed on closing should be connected to
Terminal K4 on – [8] and + [7]. (24V ~ or =).
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Chapter VI - page 22
VVVF DOOR DRIVE OP15 2/2
(*) For the Slow limit contacts, 2 choices:
A Slow down limit on opening which is connected to K5 on 0V [1] and CB [4].
A Slow down limit on closing which is connected to K5 on 0V [1] and CA [3].
Programme:
And a relay which give the re-opening, to K3 between [1] and [2].
OP15 R xx
The box give equally 1 contact (NO) available on the terminal K3.
OR
An Incremental Encoder mounted on the door motor which is connected to K5
on 0V [1], 16V [2], CA [3] and CB [4].
The OP15 deliver to the controller a simulation of the:
• OPening End Limit contact (ELOP [FCOU]) between [1] and [2] to the K3
terminal,
Programme:
OP15 I xx
• And CLosing End Limit contact (ELCL [FCFE)) between [3] and [4] to the
K3 terminal.
NOTE: The VVVF / Motor link should be made with a SCREEN CABLE and as short as
possible.
(The screen cable is not delivered but available as a spare part [ref AUTINOR: 3444])
IMPERATIVE
Separate the conductors carrying large current and those carrying
electric information at low current.
For more information refer you at the documentation [ref AUTINOR: ????)
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Chapter VI - page 23
ID 30 MODEL, CAR POSITION INDICATOR
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
ID 30
BG15
(E3)
(COM)
(ALIM)
CREP
CREP
0V
24R
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E3)
(COM)
KC24
CREP 24R
0V
ID 30 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Position
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ID 50-1 MODEL, CAR POSITION INDICATOR
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
ID 50-1
BG15
(E3)
CREP
(COM) 0V
(ALIM) 24R
CREP
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
(E3)
(COM)
KC24
(ALIM)
CREP
0V
24R
CREP 24R
0V
ID 50-1 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Chapter VI - page 25
ID 50 MODEL, CAR POSITION INDICATOR
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
ID 50
BG15
(ALIM) 24R
(COM) 0V
(E1)
CREP
CREP
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
KC24
CREP 24R
0V
ID 50 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Theoretical
Position
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Chapter VI - page 26
IDFL 30 / 50 MODEL, CAR POSITION INDICATOR
WITH ARROWS
REPTxx
REPeaTer
at level xx
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
IDFL 30 / 50
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP (E5)
BG15
(E1) FD
(E3) FM
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
24R
(ALIM)
FD
FM
(E1)
(E3)
K24
FM
FD
0V
(COM)
CREP
(E5)
KC24
CREP 24R
0V
FD FM
24R
IDFL 30 / 50 model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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Chapter VI - page 27
STANDARD PROGRAMMING
Level
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Displayed on
digital indicator
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Code to be
programmed
into the
controller
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0b
0C
Displayed on
digital indicator
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
-0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
Address
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
2F
2E
2d
2C
2b
2A
29
28
Code to be
programmed
into the
controller
0d
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Displayed on
digital indicator
ES
RJ
RC
RH
RB
SS
P0
P1
P2
P3
RS
ME
Code to be
programmed
into the
controller
1A
1b
1C
1d
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
EXAMPLE: Configuration for an installation of 8 LEVELS including 2 BASEMENT.
If at Level 2 - Ground Level (Address 2A), we desire « RC » displayed, we program 1C to parameter
address 2A (REPTxx : REPeaTer at level xx).
n
Select address 2A corresponding to the 2nd level with
Push buttons.
PAR
o
p
q
1 second later, a value is displayed, if this value suits you
(our example 1C) Don’t change it, if not, slide the
ADR/DON - MODIF switch to MODIF
Modify the value to obtain 1C to display « RC » at the 2nd
level.
Register the new value by pushing and releasing both
buttons at the same time.
Slide the ADR/DON - MODIF switch to ADR/DON
The new value is memorised.
ADR/DON
RAM
1
ADR/DON
MODIF
2
MODIF
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
3
MODIF
ADR/DON
MODIF
4
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Chapter VI - page 28
IDFL 30 / 50 MD MODEL, CAR POSITION INDICATOR WITH
SCROLLING MESSAGES ARROWS
REPTxx
RAM
ADR/DON
REPeaTer
at level xx
PAR
MODIF
Add. 28 to 37
To program if necessary.
The indicator codes are supplied
with the digital indicators.
BG17
ECRIT
IDFL 30 / 50 MD
24R (ALIM)
0V (COM)
CREP (E3)
BG15
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
CREP
24R
KC24
CREP 24R
0V
WARNING!
The command of the
indicator with scrolling
messages arrows
needs the 'V15'
programm or posterior
Program
(E3)
(ALIM)
CREP 24R
(COM)
0V
IDFL 30 / 50 MD model, position indicator connection
POSLOG
Theoretical
POSition
of the lift
Ex : The car is at 1st level, the car indicator display 1
but the theoretical position display 3.
RAM
PAR
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 24
3rd Level
Level 5
2nd Level
Level 4
1st Level
Level 3
Ground Level
Level 2
1st Basement
Level 1
2nd Basement
Level 0
Car
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POSITION INDICATOR WITH SCROLLING MESSAGES
ARROWS PROGRAMMING
Repère du
graphisme
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41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
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53
54
55
56
57
58
59
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5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
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F
D
GB
SP
MDCREP1
MDCREP3
MDCREP4
MDCREP7
Ø
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1Ø
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
-Ø
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
ES
RJ
RC
RH
RB
SS
P0
P1
P2
P3
RS
ME
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
2Ø
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11
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18
19
-Ø
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
F
H
U
B
E
G
K
LG
M
OG
P
UG
W
EG
DG
SG
U1
U2
O1
O2
O3
O4
Ø
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1Ø
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
-Ø
-1
-2
F
UB
B
E
G
LG
M
LB
A
C
D
B1
B2
OS
2Ø
21
22
23
-3
UG
P
H
K
L
B3
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
-Ø
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
ES
RJ
RC
RH
RB
SS
P0
P1
P2
P3
RS
ME
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
2Ø
21
22
23
AUSSER BETRIEB
OUT OF SERVICE
SIN SERVICIO
SERVICE INCENDIE
BRANDFALLSTEUERUNG
FIRE CONTROL
BOMBEROS
CABINE RESERVEE
SONDERFAHRT
SPECIAL SERVICE
HORS SERVICE
PRIORIDAD CABINA
MDCREP1-P
MDCREP1-C
MDCREP3-P
MDCREP3-C
MDCREP4-P
MDCREP4-C
LIBRE
SURCHARGE
IN BETRIEB
ÜBERLAST
IN SERVICE
OVERLOAD
MDCREP7-P
MDCREP7-C
ELECTRA VITORIA
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Chapter VI - page 30
FL 30 / 50 MODEL, CAR DIRECTION ARROWS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FLCLIG
Direction
indicator flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
FL 30 / 50
BG15
FD
FM
(COM) 0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E1)
(E3)
FIXED IN BOTTOM BOX
or
FIXED IN FRONT
FD
FM
(COM) 0V
(ALIM) 24R
(E1)
(E3)
K24
FM
KC29
0V
FD
24R
FL 30 / 50 model, direction arrows connection
FD
FM & FD
Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15
Seg. 4 and 5
Direction arrows preview
FM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
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Chapter VI - page 31
MODEL WITH LIGHT LESS THAN TO 1,2 W (TOTAL 2,4 W
MAX), CAR DIRECTION ARROWS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FLCLIG
Direction
indicator flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
BG15
WARNING !!!
Light 24 V
1,2 W max.
PER SENS
Dont forget the
possible arrows
on landing
In case of overload of the
admissible nominal
power (1,2 W)
Connect 1 P217 box
PER SENS
K24
(see page 2/2)
0V
FD
FM
Direction arrows connection
FD
FM & FD
Up arrow &
Down arrow
Add. 15
Seg. 4 and 5
Direction arrows preview
FM
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
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Chapter VI - page 32
MODEL WITH LIGHT SUPERIOR TO 1,2 W (TOTAL 2,4 W MAX),
CAR DIRECTION ARROWS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
FLCLIG
Direction
indicator flashing
Add. 08
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
WARNING !!!
Light 24 V
1,2 W max.
BG15
PER SENS
Dont forget the
possible arrows
on landing
In case of overload of the
admissible nominal
power (1,2 W)
Connect 1 P217 box
PER SENS
(see page 1/2)
K24
0V
FM
THE TERMINAL BLOCK 2 & 1
ARE INTERCONNECTED
ON THE P217 BOARD
3
2
1
K26
24R
FD
3
2
1
P217
22 21 24
12 11 14
22 21 24
12 11 14
Direction arrows connection
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Chapter VI - page 33
INSPECTION MODE (1/3)
FREVD
1B
2
1S 1C
3
2A
PARA
GD
5 6
8
8A
INS3
FREVD
FREVM
GD
INS/
4C
OTHER
CAR'S
SAFETY
CONTACT
0V
GM
4
FREV
INS0
0V
FREVM
STOP
GD
INS4
GM
BG15
GM
KC23
Normal
INS/
INS
Inspection
KA13
FE
0V
FF1
COI1
GM
FF1
OPTIONAL
DOOR CONTROL
BUTTONS
EN 81 § 14.2.1.3
LAST ALINEA
OU
COI1
Inspection box
MINIBLOC
RAM
INSpection
operation
Add. FF
Seg. 5
PAR
« Inspection mode » preview
INS
«6»
ADR/DON
MODIF
10
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INSPECTION MODE FOR STANDARD XP P82-511 (2/3)
1B
2
1S 1C
FREVD
3
FREVM
CFREV
2A
PARA
GD
FREVD
CFREV
8A
INS4
INS3
FREVM
STOP
GD
INS/
8
GD
GM
BG15
GM
KC23
Normal
INS/
INS
Inspection
KA13
GD
FE
0V
FF1
COI1
10
OTHER
CAR'S
SAFETY
CONTACT
0V
GM
5 6
FREV
INS0
0V
4C
4
GM
FF1
OU
OPTIONAL
DOOR CONTROL
BUTTONS
EN 81 § 14.2.1.3
LAST ALINEA
COI1
Inspection box for STANDARD XP P82-511
MINIBLOC
RAM
INSpection
operation
Add. FF
Seg. 5
PAR
Viewing « Inspection mode »
INS
«6»
ADR/DON
MODIF
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INSPECTION MODE (3/3)
Inspection box
Inspection box with door control buttons, EN 81 § 14.2.1.3
INS, GM & GD
INSpection mode
Up (GM)
Down (GD)
RAM
PAR
Add. 0C
Seg. 3, 2 & 1
ADR/DON
INS GM GD
MODIF
Viewing inspection box
TINS
INSpection time
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Add. 0D
BG17
ECRIT
1s
Hex
Adjustment of the « Inspection time »
Consequences of
inspection movement
too long
DEF
Consequences of
Inspection and
emergency mode
engaged at the same
time
BG15
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Chapter VI - page 36
INSPECTION LIMIT SWITCH
In France, to fulfil decree n° 95-826 of 30 June 1995, it is advised to install a limit switch for inspection.
Distances to fulfil when this device goes on are illustrated below.
TOP OF THE SHAFT
MATERIAL IN SHAFT
Standard NF P 82-211: 1 m + 0,035 v²
Decree 95-826: 1,50 m min
Standard NF P 82-211: no specified
Decree 95-826: 1,80 m min
ACCESSIBLE SURFACE
Standard: no specified
Decree 95-826 : 0,80 m max
> 0,25 m
CAR
AND > 0,12 m²
Surface considered
accessible
Standard EN 81 § 8.13.1 b)
Sling (*)
(*)
The cross head are not considered as work surface because they must not be used during the movement of
the car (interpretation CEN n° 139)
FAST SPEED INSPECTION
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
IGV
Fast speed
inspection
Add. 09
Seg. 5
BG17
ECRIT
IN PROGRAMMING « IGV », THE CAR START
INSTANTLY IN FAST SPEED (GV) WHEN PUSHING
ON THE PUSH BUTTONS « GM » OR « GD »
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Chapter VI - page 37
FULL LOAD (« NON STOP »)
BG15
KC28
NS
FROM 0V
IN CAR
FULL LOAD
CONTACT
Connection of the « Full load » contact
NS
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Non stop
Add. 0E
Seg. 3
Viewing the « Full load » contact
DEF
BG15
Consequences of the « Full load »
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Chapter VI - page 38
CAR OVERLOAD (1/2)
VSU :
VSU
RAM
Overload light
on
programmable
outputs
on
on
SPG4 SPG2
PAR
on
on
SPG3 SPG1
BG17
ECRIT
ADR/DON
MODIF
Add. 78
Seg. 0 to 3
RF :
RF
Overload buzzer
on
programmable
outputs
RAM
PAR
Add. 78
Seg. 4 to 7
BG17
on
on
SPG4 SPG2 ADR/DON
on
SPG3
on
SPG1
MODIF
ECRIT
OVERLOAD CONTACT
KC28
SU
FROM 0V IN CAR
BG15
THE OVERLOAD BUZZER AND LIGHT
DON'T CONNECTED
TOGETHER
ON THE SAME OUTPUT
BG15
K23
SPG2
ATTENTION !!!
PROGRAMMABLE
OUTPUTS (SPGX)
PRODUCE 0V
K26
AND/OR
BUZZER
24V / 1,2W
LIGHT
24V / 1,2W
SPG1
SPG3
SPG4
24R
« Car overload » contact, light and buzzer connection
K23
SPG2
K26
SPG1
24R SPG3
SPG4
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CAR OVERLOAD (2/2)
SU
SU
RAM
ADR/DON
Overload
Add. 0C
Seg. 7
PAR
MODIF
RAM
ADR/DON
VSU & RF
Overload light &
Overload buzzer
Add. 15
Seg. 2 & 3
PAR
VSU RF
« Car overload » contact, light and buzzer preview
DEF
BG15
Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2, SPG3 and SPG4
(several functions at the same physical output)
DEF
BG15
« Car overload » consequences
MODIF
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Chapter VI - page 40
CAR RESERVATION « CAR PRIORITY »
BG15
PRIC
KC28
FROM 0V IN CAR
CAR PRIORITY
KEY
« Car reservation » contact connection
PRIC
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Car priority
Add. 0E
Seg. 4
« Car reservation » contact state preview
DEF
BG15
« Car reservation » consequences
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FIREMAN SERVICE LIGHT
VPMP
Fireman
service light
on
programmable
outputs
RAM
PAR
Add. 7A
Seg. 0 to 3
sur
sur
SPG4 SPG2 ADR/DON
sur
SPG3
BG17
sur
SPG1
MODIF
ECRIT
BG15
K23
SPG2
K26
FIREMAN
SERVICE LIGHT
24V / 1,2W
SPG1
SPG3
SPG4
24R
Fireman service light connection
DEF
BG15
Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2, SPG3 and SPG4
(several functions at the same physical output)
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AUTOMATIC CAR LIGHT TIME (BH07) (1/2)
LU
Automatic light
on
programmable
outputs
RAM
PAR
Add. 7B
Seg. 0 to 3
BG17
sur
sur
SPG4 SPG2 ADR/DON
sur
SPG3
sur MODIF
SPG1
ECRIT
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
TPLU
Automatic light
time
10 s
Add. 0C
BG17
BG15
PERMANENT
CAR
LIGHT
OUTPUT
+24V
LU/
(G)
(H)
LC N
(F)(E)
K23
SPG2
Input
Factory
connected
TIME LAG
FUSE
dim : 5x20 - 5A
K26
SPG1
24R
SPG3
SPG4
Output
Free
terminal
Hex
ECRIT
(A)
LT
(C)(D)
L N
(B)
N
SUPPLY
220V
PROTECTED
ATTENTION !!!
PROGRAMMABLE
OUTPUTS
PRODUCE 0V
GEMOV
250V
" 5213 "
(P213)
Automatic car light time connection
RC FILTER
SINGLE-PHASE
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AUTOMATIC CAR LIGHT TIME (BH07) (2/2)
LU
RAM
ADR/DON
PAR
MODIF
Automatic light
Add. 13
Seg. 6
Automatic light state preview
DEF
BG15
Consequences of a configuration error of outputs SPG1, SPG2, SPG3 and SPG4
(several functions at the same physical output)
CHAPTER VII
COMMISSIONING
PROCEDURE
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Chapter VII - page 2
PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED TO CARRY OUT THE
AUTOMATIC SET-UP OF LEVELS (1/4)
BEFORE STARTING:
This levelling adjustment is done in INSPECTION (INS) mode
and not in MAN. For this connect the inspection wire coming from
the car roof to INS, and bridge MAN and 0V.
Do not put the magnets on the tape, but take them with you, as well as this
installation manual.
This automatic relevelling procedure allows you to measure and register
directly in the controller the landing heights of each corresponding floor. Each level
corresponds to an altitude on the slotted tape.
The lowest level is 00 00.
PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW :
1)
Turn the switch to INS.
2) Switch the MB32 VECTOR power off and then on again.
3)
With the left-hand switch of the BG17 communication tool on PAR, programme
80 at address E0.
4) Climb onto the car roof and take the lift down to the lowest level. Stop exactly at
the floor level!
5) Press the « STOP » button on the car roof.
6)
Press GM and GD at the same time for 5 seconds.
You can always correct the last registered height, as long as you have not moved
by more than 20 centimetres.
7) Position the ED magnet above the O03 tape-head at a height (D) corresponding
to the slow down distance required (see graph on next page).
Vn : Nominal speed in metres per second.
D : Slow down distance in metres
Example: If the lift speed is 1.60 m/s, the graph page 3 recommends a slow down
distance (D) between 2 m 00 and 3 m 00, in our example: 2.50 m.
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PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED TO CARRY OUT THE
AUTOMATIC SET-UP OF LEVELS (2/4)
SLOW DOWN DISANCE IN METRES
9
9
8
7
6
6
6
5
4
4
D maxi
4.2
D mini
3
3
2.7
1.6
2
2
0.7
1
1
0.5
0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
SPEED IN METRES PER SECOND
Figure 1 Slow down distance D in relation to the nominal speed
RED
D
BLUE
FLOOR
LEVEL 0
Figure 2 Positioning of "ED" magnet
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PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED TO CARRY OUT THE
AUTOMATIC SET-UP OF LEVELS (3/4)
8) Release the « STOP » button on the car roof and go up to level 1 on inspection,
stopping exactly at floor level!
9) Press the « STOP » button on the car roof.
10)Press GM and GD at the same time for 5 seconds.
The software will memorise the height corresponding to level 1.
11) Repeat steps 7) to 9) until you reach the highest level.
12) Come back down to the lowest level.
By passing the ED magnets coming down, you automatically load the slow-down
distance used by all levels going up or coming down. In addition the value 80
programmed at address E0 will reset to 00 to exit the automatic level set-up
procedure.
13) Move the lift towards the machine room on inspection, and leave the car roof, leaving
the switch still on inspection.
14) Turn the MB32 VECTOR power off and then back on again.
If fault code 61 is shown on the communication tool, a mistake has been made
during the level set-up procedure, and the whole procedure needs to be done again
...
15) If the fault code 61 does not appear, cut the safety lane.
Copy down each floor height at addresses 80 to 9F in the table on page 5, so that later
on you can check the lift's stopping precision (table 1) and the slow down distance
read at addresses d0 and d1 (table 2).
16) Turn the inspection switch on the car roof to Normal.
17) Return to the machine room.
18) Read the chapter « What to know before starting of at full speed » before
reconnecting the safety lane. In this way you can check that the lift carries out
correctly its reset sequence.
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PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED TO CARRY OUT THE
AUTOMATIC SET-UP OF LEVELS (4/4)
Table 1 floor heights
RAM
PAR
ADDRESSES
FOR THE 16
FLOORS
Level 0 :
81
80
Level 1 :
83
82
Level 2 :
85
84
Level 3 :
87
86
Level 4 :
89
88
Level 5 :
8b
8A
Level 6 :
8d
8C
Level 7 :
8F
8E
Level 8 :
91
90
Level 9 :
93
92
Level 10 :
95
94
Level 11 :
97
96
Level 12 :
99
98
Level 13 :
9b
9A
Level 14 :
9d
9C
Level 15 :
9F
9E
FLOOR
HEIGHT
Table 2 slow down distance
SLOW DOWN DISTANCE IN MILLIMETRES
Addresses
d0
d1
thousands, hundred
tens, units
CHECK THAT THE SLOW DOWN DISTANCE "D" CORRESPONDS TO THE HEIGHT
AT WHICH YOU HAVE POSITIONED THE MAGNETS.
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WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING OFF AT FULL SPEED (1/3)
1) To programme the slow down distance on the vectorial frequency drive.
a) Slow down distance including relevelling speed V0.
Example: you have positioned your magnet at 2.5m, during the level height set-up phase
and the controller shows at addresses D0 and D1: 2512.
In the drive
Address 008, Ex : 2362mm
~ 150mm
Reduce the D0D1 distance by 150mm and
programme this value at address 008 on the
frequency drive.
These 150mm represent the distance travelled
in V0 and the final stopping distance
programmed at addresses D2 and D3. In our
example you should programme 2362 at
address 008 in the frequency drive.
In the controller
Address D0, D1, Ex : 2512mm
b) Slow down distance with direct approach.
Segment 5 at address 00E must be ON.
Example: you have positioned your magnet at 2.5m, during the level height set-up phase
and the controller shows at addresses D0 and D1: 2512.
Programme the same value at address 008 in
the vector drive.
In the drive
Address 008, Ex : 2512mm
In the controller
Address D0, D1, Ex : 2512mm
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WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING OFF AT FULL SPEED (2/3)
2) To programme the Thermal Protection.
Read the nominal current written on the motor faceplate and copy the value
at address 00D of the drive.
3) Address 00E details (Hardware Option)
Segment 0: Intégrator.
Segment 3: MLi.
Segment 5: Direct approach.
Segment 6: 65°Défault temperature.
Segment 7: Mlift 220V.
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Chapter VII - page 8
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING OFF AT FULL SPEED (3/3)
ABOUT THE CONTROLLER DRIVE:
You need to know in which direction the car will go as soon as
you turn on the power! ! !
When using the tape and O03 tape head, the magnet which was placed at the bottom
during the automatic level set-up plays the role of the special slow-down vane and contact
ED.
This magnet acts upon the bistable ED mounted on the O03 tape head.
• When the contact is open, the car is below the magnet. After power up, the
MB32 VECTOR sends the lift up to cross the magnet which will reset the tape head.
The lift will stop at the next floor where it can slow down before returning to the main
floor. You can check that the ED contact is open by measuring the DC between the “ - ” and
“ b ” terminals on the O03 tape head. The voltage measured should be 0V or 24V
(depending on whether beam B is broken or not).
b
a
- +
24V
0V
0
30
Contact ED is open when the DC voltage
measured between " - " and " b "
is 0V or 24V .
ED
• When the contact is closed, the car is above the magnet. After power up, the
MB32 VECTOR sends the car down to cross the magnet which will reset the tape head.
The lift will stop at the next floor where it can slow down before returning to the main
floor.
You can check that the ED contact is closed by measuring the DC voltage between
the “ - ” and “ b ” terminals on the O03 tape head. The voltage measured should be 6V or
18V (depending on whether beam B is broken or not).
b
a
18V
- +
6V
0
ED
30
Contact ED is close when the DC voltage
measured between " - " and " b "
is 6V or 18V .
If all values seem coherent, you can carry out your first full speed
test runs by closing the safety lane.
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Chapter VII - page 9
PARAMETER ADJUSTMENT AT FULL SPEED (1/3)
I. Adjustment of the Synchronous Speed
At the moment, V2 and the synchronous speed (VSy) are the same value.
1)
2)
Select address 114 on the frequency drive communication device.
Carry out a full speed movement, and read the synchronous speed displayed.
Copy this value into parameter Vsy, address 006.
I. Automatic adjustment of the up stopping precision
This procedure only works in the case of a slow down distance including the
relevelling speed V0.
1) Send the lift to the lowest level.
2)
With the left-hand switch of the BG17 communication tool on PAR, programme
40 at address E0.
Warning: When you slide the switch back up, E0 will be displayed followed by 42.
3) Send the car up one floor on normal.
When the car stops, the value 42 programmed at E0 will reset to 00 to exit the
automatic adjustment procedure.
Warning: The lift may perhaps not be exactly at floor level.
This is normal it will be at floor level after the next journey.
III.Automatic adjustment of the down stopping precision
This procedure only works in the case of a slow down distance including the
relevelling speed V0.
1) Send the lift to the highest level.
2)
With the left-hand switch of the BG17 communication tool on PAR, programme
20 at address E0.
Warning: When you slide the switch back up, E0 will display followed by 21.
3) Send the car down one floor on normal.
When the car stops, the value 21 programmed at E0 will reset to 00 to exit the
automatic adjustment procedure.
Warning: The lift may perhaps not be exactly at floor level.
This is normal..., it will be at floor level after the next journey.
To find out the stopping precision at each level, with the left-hand switch of the BG17
on RAM, check the height counter at 23 and 22.
The value is given in impulses and in hexadecimal. 1 impulse = 2 millimetres.
RAM
PAR
Ad 23 = 00
Height counter
at addresses
23 and 22
Ad 22 = 03
Example:
Sending the car to the very bottom, if you
read 00 at 23 and 03 at 22, this means that
the car stopped 3 impulses (about 6mm) from
the target (00 03).
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PARAMETERS ADJUSTMENT AT FULL SPEED (2/3)
IV.Adjustment of the direct approach precision
At address 00E, segment 5 should be on.
1) Select address 22, with the little left-hand red switch in the RAM (upper) position,
and send the lift to the bottom floor. The tape head may show a positive value
e.g. 09 (i.e. 9 impulses x 2mm = 18mm), which means that the car has stopped
18mm above floor level.
Increase the value programmed at address 008 (DV2) by this 18mm.
If the lift stops after floor level, reduce the value programmed at address 008 (DV2)
by these 18mm.
V. Automatic adjustment of the hysterisis zone
This must be done if the lowest level is not the main floor.
1) Position the lift above the ED magnets.
2)
With the left-hand switch of the BG17 communication tool on PAR, programme
10 at address E0.
3) Send the car up one floor and then down one floor, so that the tape-head passes
the ED magnets in both directions.
VI.Positioning of EM magnet at top floor
Position the EM magnet at the slow-down point for the top floor, this may be useful
if the lift does not cross the bottom magnets very often.
To carry out this operation, you will need the following elements:
• An O03-2 tape-head.
• An N70 interface board for an O03-2 tape-head.
• A pair of magnets to position as shown on page 11.
1) During normal operation, when the lift stops exactly at the desired floor, send the
lift up to the top floor and position the EM magnets to obtain the desired slowdown distance (the position of the EM magnets is roughly the same as that of the
ED magnets).
2)
If afterwards when coming back to the top floor, the lift does not stop at floor
level, move the EM magnets to the value corresponding to the reset heigt.
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POSITIONING THE EM MAGNETS
ON THE SLOTTED TAPE (O03-2 TAPE HEAD) (3/3)
TOP
FLOOR N
ZONARM
UP STOPPING ZONE
ZDEVER
UP DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE
UP SLOW
SPEED ZONE
EM
ZONE PV
UP SLOW SPEED ZONE
BLUE
MAGNET
RED
MAGNET
EM
DOWN SLOW
SPEED ZONE
O03-2
Tape-head
ZONE PV
DOWN SLOW SPEED ZONE
ZDEVER
DOWN DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE
ZONARD
DOWN STOPPING ZONE
FLOOR F-1
FLOOR 2
ZONARM
UP STOPPING ZONE
ZDEVER
UP DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE
UP SLOW
SPEED ZONE
ED
ZONE PV
UP SLOW SPEED ZONE
RED
MAGNET
BLUE
MAGNET
ED
DOWN SLOW
SPEED ZONE
O03-2
Tape-head
ZONE PV
DOWN SLOW SPEED ZONE
ZDEVER
DOWN DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE
BOTTOM FLOOR 0
ZONARD
DOWN STOPPING ZONE
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PARAMETERS TO BE ADJUSTED ON SITE
AND CONVERSION TABLE
Reminder of parameters to be checked and improved on site.
• Door 1 timer: Address 41 for door 1 (From 2 to 255 seconds).
• Reopen timer: Address 42 for door 1 (From 1 to 255 seconds).
• Door 2 timer: Address 61 for door 2 (From 2 to 255 seconds).
• Reopen timer: Address 62 for door 2 (From 1 to 255 seconds).
These parameters are programmed in seconds and in hexadecimal, for
conversion see the table below.
Conversion table Hexadecimal ⇔ Decimal
Right hand figure
0
Left
hand
figure
1
2
1
2
0 0
1 16 17 18
2 32 33 34
3 48 49 50
4 64 65 66
5 80 81 82
6 96 97 98
7 112 113 114
8 128 129 130
9 144 145 146
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
3
19
35
51
67
83
99
115
131
147
4
20
36
52
68
84
100
116
132
148
5
21
37
53
69
85
101
117
133
149
6
22
38
54
70
86
102
118
134
150
7
23
39
55
71
87
103
119
135
151
8
24
40
56
72
88
104
120
136
152
9
25
41
57
73
89
105
121
137
153
10
26
42
58
74
90
106
122
138
154
11
27
43
59
75
91
107
123
139
155
12
28
44
60
76
92
108
124
140
156
13
29
45
61
77
93
109
125
141
157
14
30
46
62
78
94
110
126
142
158
15
31
47
63
79
95
111
127
143
159
A 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175
B 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191
C 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207
D 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223
E 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239
F 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255
Using the table:
To convert a hexadecimal number to a decimal number, find the left hand hexadecimal digit in
the left hand column of the table. Follow along the line until it intersects with the right hand digit
to be found in the top row of the table. This value is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal
number required.
Example: to convert the hexadecimal number A4 into decimal, follow the row A in the left hand
column until it intersects with the column 4 in the top row. This is the decimal equivalent of A4,
i.e. 164.
To convert a decimal number to a hexadecimal number, find the decimal number in the table.
The first figure of the hexadecimal number is the digit shown in the left hand column of that line,
and the second digit is the digit shown at the top of that column.
Example: to find the hexadecimal equivalent of 206, find that value in the table. The hexadecimal
equivalent is CE.
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Hexadecimal addition table
Result in hex
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A B C D E
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
A
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
B
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
C
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
D
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
E
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
F
F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
Result in decimal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A B C D E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Using the table:
To add 2 hexadecimal figures, locate one of these figures in the left-hand column. Follow the
corresponding row along to the right until the intersection with the column of the upper part where
the second figure is found. The value at the intersection is the desired sum.
For example, to add the hex numbers A and 4, find the intersection of the row which contains A in
the first column, with the column that contains 4 in the upper part. The sum of A and 4 is the value
at the intersection, i.e. E.
If you have to add 2 figure hex numbers, proceed figure by figure from right to left, and do not
forget the equivalent remainders. For example, to add the hex numbers1A and B2, add A to C
(result: 16 in hex), which thus gives a remainder of to 1, then add 1 and B (result equal to C), to
which add the remainder 1 to get the final result of D6.
The upper table gives the result in hex, the lower table gives the result in decimal.
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Hexadecimal multiplication table
Result in hex
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
2
4
6
8
A
C
E
10
12
14
16
18
1A
1C
1E
0
3
6
9
C
F
12
15
18
1B
1E
21
24
27
2A
2D
0
4
8
C
10
14
18
1C
20
24
28
2C
30
34
38
3C
0
5
A
F
14
19
1E
23
28
2D
32
37
3C
41
46
4B
0
6
C
12
18
1E
24
2A
30
36
3C
42
48
4E
54
5A
0
7
E
15
1C
23
2A
31
38
3F
46
4D
54
5B
62
69
0
8
10
18
20
28
30
38
40
48
50
58
60
68
70
78
0
9
12
1B
24
2D
36
3F
48
51
5A
63
6C
75
7E
87
0
A
14
1E
28
32
3C
46
50
5A
64
6E
78
82
8C
96
0
B
16
21
2C
37
42
4D
58
63
6E
79
84
8F
9A
A5
0
C
18
24
30
3C
48
54
60
6C
78
84
90
9C
A8
B4
0
D
1A
27
34
41
4E
5B
68
75
82
8F
9C
A9
B6
C3
0
E
1C
2A
38
46
54
62
70
7E
8C
9A
A8
B6
C4
D2
0
F
1E
2D
3C
4B
5A
69
78
87
96
A5
B4
C3
D2
E1
Result in decimal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
33
36
39
42
45
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
0
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
0
7
14
21
28
35
42
49
56
63
70
77
84
91
98
105
0
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
0
9
18
27
36
45
54
63
72
81
90
99
108
117
126
135
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
0
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
99
110
121
132
143
154
165
0
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
168
180
0
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
182
195
0
14
28
42
56
70
84
98
112
126
140
154
168
182
196
210
0
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
195
210
225
Using the table:
To multiply 2 hex figures, locate one of these figures in the left-hand column of the table. Follow
the corresponding row along to the right until the intersection with the column at the upper part to
that where the second figure is located. The value at the intersection is the product sought.
The upper table gives the result in hex, the lower table in decimal.
For example, the product of the hex number A and 6 is 3C hex and 60 decimal.
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Conversion table for segment displays
Hexadecimal
Decimal
Hexadecimal
Decimal
0
0
0
0
10
16
1
1
20
32
2
2
30
48
3
3
40
64
4
4
50
80
5
5
60
96
6
6
70
112
7
7
80
128
8
8
90
144
9
9
A0
160
A
10
B0
176
B
11
C0
192
C
12
D0
208
D
13
E0
224
E
14
F0
240
F
15
+
To get the equivalent decimal value for a segment configuration, pick out from the table
the equivalent value to the upper segments and add to it the equivalent lower segments.
For example :
=
=
+
176
+
6
=
182
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AUTINOR
List of
• PARAMETERS
• INPUTS
• OUTPUTS
• FAULT CODES
in VECTOR DRIVE
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8 november 2000
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CONTENTS
EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (1/7)................................................................. 23
EXPLANATION OF INPUTS (1/2) ............................................................................ 30
EXPLANATION OF OUTPUTS................................................................................. 32
EXPLANATION OF VARIABLES (1/2)...................................................................... 33
LIST OF VECTOR PARAMETERS AND FINAL VALUES ........................................ 35
LIST OF VECTOR INPUTS/OUTPUTS .................................................................... 37
LIST OF VECTOR FAULT CODES .......................................................................... 38
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (1/7).
• Address 000 : V0, V0.
At this address is programmed V0 which can also be used as a relevelling speed.
Units :
Mini :
metres per second (m/s)
0,001 m/s
Maxi :
0,199 m/s
1/10 of V2
Factory value :
• Address 001 : ISO, Relevelling speed.
At this address is programmed the relevelling speed.
Unit :
Mini :
metres per second (m/s)
0,000 m/s
< V0
Maxi :
0,020 m/s
Factory value :
• Address 002 : INS, Inspection speed.
At this address is programmed the Inspection speed which can also be used as an
intermediate speed if V1 is not used.
This speed is taken into account when the inspection input (INS/ on K30) is activated
(VINS Led lit).
Unit :
Mini :
metres per second (m/s)
0,20 m/s
Maxi :
0,60 m/s
0,50 m/s
Factory value :
• Address 003 : V1, Intermediate speed V1.
At this address is programmed the Intermediate speed V1.
Unit :
Mini :
Factory value :
metres per second (m/s)
0,61 m/s
Maxi :
0,61 m/s
< V2
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (2/7).
• Address 004 : V2, Full speed V2.
At this address is programmed the Full speed.
metres per second (m/s)
Unit :
> V1
Mini :
Maxi :
04,00 m/s
Clients specification
Factory value :
• Address 006 : VSy, Synchronous speed.
At this address is programmed the movement speed of the car when the motor turns at its
synchronous speed.
• 1500 t/min for a 4 pole motor
• 1000 t/min for a 6 pole motor
metres per second (m/s)
Unit :
0,000 m/s
Mini :
Maxi :
9,999 m/s
Clients specification
Factory value :
Formula :
Calculation of the synchronous speed for a 1500 t/min motor : VSy =
1500
×π d
60
Reductor ration x roping
π = 3,14 - d = diameter of the pulley - Roping = 1 or 2 or 4
• Address 008 : DV2, Slow-down distance on V2.
At this address is programmed the slow-down distance necessary when in full speed V2.
metre (m)
Unit :
0,000 m
Mini :
Maxi :
9,999 m
Clients specification
Factory value :
9
9
DISTANCES EN METRE
8
7
6
6
5
4
4
1.6
2
0.7
0.5
1
0
0
2
D maxi
D mini
4.2
3
3
6
2.7
1
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
VITESSES EN METRE PAR SECONDE
3
Figure 3
Slow-down distance
value (DV2) in fact of
the full speed (V2)
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (3/7).
• Address 00A : Acce, Acceleration.
At this address is programmed the time to reach V2 speed.
second (s)
Unit :
Mini :
02,0 s
Maxi :
25,5 s
03,0 s
Factory value :
• Address 00B : FrArr, Brake time on stopping.
At this address is programmed the time to stabilise the rotor before the brake is dropped.
second (s)
Unit :
Mini :
0,30 s
Maxi :
0,80 s
0,5 s
Factory value :
• Address 00C : FrDem, Brake time on start-up.
At this address is programmed the time during which the rotor is stabilised to allow the
brake to lift correctly before start-up.
second (s)
Unit :
Mini :
0,00 s
Maxi :
0,60 s
0,5 s
Factory value :
• Address 00D : Thermi, Motor thermistor.
At this address is programmed the current at which the electronic thermical relay is
activated. (since programme V02)
Ampere (A)
Unit :
Mini :
Factory value :
....... A
Maxi :
....... A
Clients specification
The thermal relay switches switch off if the motor intensity (Imot) is higher than the thermal
intensity (Ith) for longer than 3,5 seconds or if the motor intensity (Imot) is 1,5 A higher
than the termal intensity (Ith).
Imot can be seen at the address 108, page 33.
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (4/7).
• Address 00E : Opt, Option.
Segment 7 : ML220V, MLIft 220V.
00E Opt 10000000
Segment 7 is programmed ON when the Vector drive is on a three phase 220V
network.
Segment 7 is programmed OFF when the Vector drive is on a three phase 400V
network.
Segment 6 : D65°, Fault T°>65°.
00E Opt 01000000
Segment 6 is programmed ON to increase the radiator temperature detection threshold
from 60°C to 65°C.
Segment 6 is programmed OFF to keep the detection threshold at 60°C.
Segment 5 : APPDIR, Direct Approach.
00E Opt 00100000
Segment 5 is programmed ON to remove V0 so that the car can level with direct
approach.
Segment 5 is programmed OFF if this is not desired.
Segment 4 : RETSEC, Delay on safety contactor.
00E Opt 00010000
Segment 4 is programmed ON to filter the rebound of the S contactor contacts on startup, and when these contacts are used to cut the motor power supply.
Segment 4 is programmed OFF when the S contacts are not used to control the motor.
Segment 3 : MLI, V.F. + « NON AUTINOR » Controller.
00E Opt 00001000
Segment 3 is programmed ON when the B32 is associated to an other controller than
AUTINOR.
Segment 3 is programmed OFF when the B32 is associated to an AUTINOR controller
using the slotted tape.
Segment 2 : BATERI, Battery.
00E Opt 00000100
Option available later in 1999
Segment 2 is programmed ON to activate the emergency return to floor level using battery
power supply. This option requires an extra, emergency power supply.
Segment 1 : NOBAND, No slotted tape.
00E Opt 00000010
Segment 1 is programmed ON when there is no tape or O03 tape-head. In this case, a
high speed tachometer is required.
Segment 1 is programmed OFF when the speed information cames from the slotted
tape and O03 tape-head.
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (5/7).
Segment 0 : IG, Integrator.
00E Opt 00000001
Segment 0 is programmed ON when the B32 slip integrator is to be activated.
Segment 0 is programmed OFF if this is not desired .
• Address 010 : Modele, B32 Model.
At this address is programmed the B32 model number. See the sticker on the Plexiglas or
on the current measuring device label (VEC02M).
None
Unit :
Mini :
2
Maxi :
9
Clients specification
Factory value :
• Address 012 : IFlux, Maximum flux current.
At this address is programmed the maximum flux current. Normally, this current is
measured with no load at 1500 tr/mn. This measurement is rarely possible on site, so the
« empirical » method is to program the number of horsepower as found on the motor
plaque.
Example :
If the motor plaque says 12 HP ⇒ Program 12,0
If the motor plaque says 12 kW, transform into HP, 12 / 0,736 = 16,3 ⇒ program 16,3
Ampere (a)
Unit :
Mini :
000,1 A
Maxi :
999,9 a
Clients specification
Factory value :
• Address 014 : IFmin, minimum flux current.
At this address is programmed the minimum flux current, which is approximately one half
of the maximum flux current (see address 012). This parameter decreases the motor
vibrations at low frequency.
Ampere (a)
Unit :
Mini :
Factory value :
000,1 A
Maxi :
IFlux / 2 = (A)
999,9 a
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (6/7).
• Address 016 : Gliss, Motor Slip.
At this address is programmed the motor slip.
Example of the slip calculation :
For a 4 pole motor, 50 Hz, which without slip would turn at 1500 rpm, yet the motor
plaque states 1380 rpm,
the slip will be
1500 − 1380
1500
= 0,08 ie 8%
⇒ Program 08,0 %
percent (%)
Unit :
Mini :
02,0 %
Factory value :
Maxi :
1500 − 1380
1500
20,0 %
= 0,08 soit 8%
If the RPM is not shown, use the table below once you have calculated the Id / In ratio
(starting current / nominal current)
Id
In
Gliss
Ad 016
2,5
3,5
4
5
10 %
8%
5%
3%
• Address 024 : NCode, Number of encoder impulses.
At this address is programmed the number of incremental encoder impulses.
None
Unit :
Mini :
500
Maxi :
2500
500 (500 < x < 2500)
Factory value :
• Address 026 : NPole, Number of motor pole.
At this address is programmed the number of motor pole.
None
Unit :
Mini :
Factory value :
004
Maxi :
006
4 or 6 poles, if 6 poles, Ncode = 750 min
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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETERS (7/7).
• Address 027 : Country, Language.
At this address can be programmed the language to be used on the VEC03 programming
tool.
Possible choice :
France, English, Deutsch *, Español
* In Germany, the Inspection speed can go up to 0,80 m/s and the levelling speed up to
0,50 m/s.
• Address 034 : Dem, Number of starts. . => 0 0 0 0 x x x x
At this address, can be read the number of starts carried out by the lift and the 4 strong
weight bits can be modified.
• Address 036 : Dem, Number of starts. => x x x x 0 0 0 0
At this address, can be read the number of starts carried out by the lift and the 4 light
weight bits can be modified.
• Address 041 : Test, Transistor test.
At this address, can be written 55 to check the transistors.
All of the LEDs turn red if all of the transistors are working properly.
• Address 042 : Prog, Type of Programme.
At this address, the selected programme can be read.
VEC (VECtoriel) Vector, SCA (SCAlaire), ARB (ARBre lent) Gear Less.
• Address 043 : TMan, Type of Controller.
At this address, the type of controller associated with the B32 can be read.
Normal (AUTINOR Controller or with a VEC06 interface board),
1Vit (1 speed controller), 2Vit (2 speed controller)
• Address 044 : Mcode, Memorisation of a personal code number.
At this address can be memorised a personal code number to program against all chance
intervention. The equipment set with the factory code 0000 allowing complete and
permanent access to the set of settings.
After programming your code (Don’t forget to take note of it), the address 044 disappears.
If you want to modify the settings, enter your Code at the address 046.
• Address 046 : Code, Access Code.
At this address, enter your Code to unlock the address 044 in order to modify the setting
and/or change the memorised code.
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EXPLANATION OF INPUTS (1/2)
• Address 100 : En1, Inputs 0 to 7.
Segment 7 : NOT USED.
100 En1 10000000
Segment 6 : V2, Speed V2. (Full speed)
100 En1 01000000
Indicates the State of the input for speed V2.
Segment 6 lights up when the lift is required to move at speed V2.
Segment 6 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 5 : V1, Speed V1. (Intermediate speed)
100 En1 00100000
Indicates the State of the input for speed V1.
Segment 5 lights up when the lift is required to move at speed V1.
Segment 5 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 4 : V0, Speed V0.
100 En1 00010000
Indicates the State of the input for speed V0.
Segment 4 lights up when the lift is required to move at speed V0.
Segment 4 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 3 : INS, Inspection speed.
100 En1 00001000
Indicates the State of the inspection input.
Segment 3 lights up when the lift is required to move on inspection.
Segment 3 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 2 : VISO, Relevelling speed.
100 En1 00000100
Indicates the State of the relevelling input. (VISO+ & VISO-)
Segment 2 lights up when the lift is required to relevel.
Segment 2 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 1 : DE, Down.
Indicates the State of the Down input.
Segment 1 lights up when the lift is required to go down.
Segment 1 is not lit otherwise.
100 En1 00000010
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EXPLANATION OF INPUTS (2/2)
Segment 0 : MO, Up.
100 En1 00000001
Indicates the State of the Up input.
Segment 0 lights up when the lift is required to go up.
Segment 0 is not lit otherwise.
• Address 102 : En2, Inputs 0 to 7.
Segment 7 : NOT USED.
102 En2 10000000
Segment 6 : NOT USED.
102 En2 01000000
Segment 5 : CCL, L Contactor Check.
102 En2 00100000
Indicates the State of the Line Contactor.
Segment 5 lights up when the Line contactor is de-energised.
Segment 5 it is not lit when the Line contactor is energised.
Segment 4 : CCS, S Contactor Check.
102 En2 00010000
Indicates the State of the Safety Contactor.
Segment 4 lights up when the Safety contactor is de-energised.
Segment 4 it is not lit when the Safety contactor is energised.
Segment 3 : NOT USED.
102 En2 00001000
Segment 2 : NOT USED.
102 En2 00000100
Segment 1 : CAA, Tape-head O03 - Beam A.
102 En2 00000010
Indicates the State of the Beam A (Top Beam) on the O03 tape-head.
Segment 1 lights up when the Beam A is cut.
Segment 1 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 0 : CAB, Tape-head O03 - Beam B.
Indicates the State of the Beam B (Bottom Beam) on the O03 tape-head.
Segment 0 lights up when the Beam B is cut.
Segment 0 is not lit otherwise.
102 En2 00000001
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EXPLANATION OF OUTPUTS
• Address 101 : Sor, Outputs 0 to 7.
Segment 7 : RISO, Re-levelling Fault Relay.
101 Sor 10000000
Indicates the State of the re-levelling fault relay output (RISO on VEC06 board or controller
input).
Segment 7 lights up when the re-levelling fault relay output is activated.
Segment 7 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 6 : FR, Brake relay.
101 Sor 01000000
Indicates the State of the Brake relay output (BR).
Segment 6 lights up when the brake relay output is activated.
Segment 6 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 5 : DFP, Fault Relay (Temporary).
101 Sor 00100000
Indicates the State of the Fault relay output (DEF on VEC06 board or controller input).
Segment 5 lights up when the fault relay output is activated.
Segment 5 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 4 : DFI, Fault Relay (Definitive).
101 Sor 00010000
Indicates the State of the Fault relay output (DEF on VEC06 board or controller input).
Segment 4 lights up when the fault relay output is activated.
Segment 4 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 3 : STOPR, Stop VVVF.
101 Sor 00001000
Indicates the State of the Frequency Drive.
Segment 3 lights up when the Frequency drive is OFF.
Segment 4 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 2 : VENT, Fan relay.
101 Sor 00000100
Indicates the State of the Fan relay output. (VENT).
Segment 2 lights up when the fan relay output is activated.
Segment 2 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 1 : S, Safety relay.
101 Sor 00000010
Indicates the State of the Safety relay output (S).
Segment 1 lights up when the safety relay output is activated.
Segment 1 is not lit otherwise.
Segment 0 : L, Line relay.
Indicates the State of the Line relay output (L).
Segment 0 lights up when the line relay output is activated.
Segment 0 is not lit otherwise.
101 Sor 00000001
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EXPLANATION OF VARIABLES (1/2)
• Address 103 : T°, Radiator Temperature
in degrees Celsius (°)
At this address can be read the power transistors cooling radiator temperature.
• Address 104 : TCont, Capacitor Current
in Volts (V)
At this address can be read the D.C. net capacitor terminal current.
• Address 108 : Imot, Motor Current
in Amps (A)
At this address can be read the current in each phase of the motor.
• Address 10A : DV0, V0 stopping distance
in metres (m)
At this address can be read the distance necessary to smooth V0 into zero speed.
• Address 10B : Diso, Relevelling stopping distance
in metres (m)
At this address can be read the distance necessary to smooth VISO into zero
speed.
• Address 10C : DIns, Inspection slow-down distance
in metres (m)
At this address can be read the slow-down distance associated with the inspection
speed VINS.
• Address 10E : DV1, V1 slow-down distance
in metres (m)
At this address can be read the slow-down distance associated with the
intermediate speed V1.
• Address 110 : Fre, Frequency sent to the motor
in Hertz (Hz)
At this address can be read the instantaneous frequency applied to the motor.
• Address 112 : Con, reference
in Hertz (Hz)
At this address can be read the reference/Ideal frequency to be followed.
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• Address 114 : Vt, Lift speed
in metres per second (m/s)
At this address can be read the car speed.
• Address 116 : Codeur, Incremental encoder
no Unit
At this address can be read the counting of the incremental encoder mounted on the
motor.
• Address 118 : Recup, Energy regeneration
in percent (%)
At this address can be read the percentage of energy consumed in the x
regenerative resistors. (x = number of regenerative resistors depending of the drive model)
• Address 11A : Tmot, motor power supply current
in percent (%)
At this address can be read the power current applied to the motor.
• Address 120 : GD, Deceleration Gradient in V2 speed in metre per second squared (m/s²)
At this address can be read the deceleration slope associated with the different
speed.
• Address 122 : DRal, Slow-down distance
in metre (m)
At this address can be read the slow-down distance still to run.
• Address 12A : I
Cap1, Current measuring device 1
no Unit
At this address can be read the information given by the current measuring device 1
Note : At Stop the information should be between 500 and 524.
• Address 12C : I
Cap2, Current measuring device 2
no Unit
At this address can be read the information given by the current measuring device 2.
Note : At Stop the information should be between 500 and 524.
• Address 12E : I
Cap3, Current measuring device 3
no Unit
At this address can be read the information given by the current measuring device 3.
Note : At Stop the information should be between 500 and 524.
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LIST OF VECTOR PARAMETERS AND FINAL VALUES
Address
Name
Designation
Min
values
Max
values
Factory values
Finals
Values
000
V0
Set-up speed
0,001
0,199
1/10 de V2
23
001
Iso
Re-levelling speed
0,000
< V0
0,020 m/s
23
002
Ins
Inspection speed
0,20
0,60
0,50 m/s
23
003
V1
Intermediary speed
0,61
< V2
0,61 m/s
23
004
V2
Full speed
> V1
03,00
Clients specification (m/s)
24
006
VSy
Synchronous speed
0,000
9,999
Clients specification (m/s)
24
008
DV2
V2 Slow down distance
0,000
9,999
Clients specification (m)
24
00A
Acce
Acceleration
02,0
25,5
3,0 s
25
00B
FrArr
Brake stopping time
0,30
0,80
0,5 s
25
00C
FrDem
Brake starting time
0,00
0,60
0,5 s
25
00D
Thermi
Motor thermistor (A)
Clients specification (A)
25
00E
Opt
Hardware option
Clients specification (m/s)
26
00F
RgT°
Temperature Sonde Calibration
0
10
4 °C
010
Model
Vector model
2
9
Clients specification
011
Tmor
Transistor pause time
012
IFlux
Flux current max
000,1
999,9
Number of horse power (A)
27
014
IFmin
Flux current min
000,1
999,9
IFlux / 2 = (A)
27
016
Gliss
Motor slip
02,0
20,0
017
ETFDM0
Up starting brake time difference
0,00
2,55
018
Jreg
Inertia
005 %
019
GP max
Max Proportional Gain > 12 Hz
015
01A
GP min
Min Proportional Gain < 12 Hz
004
01B
GI max
Max integral Gain
010
01C
GI min
Min integral Gain
001
01D
AFLuD
Additional starting Flux
00,0 A
01E
GI Dep
Start up integral Gain
005
01F
GP Dep
Start up Proportional Gain
005
020
T Dema
Start up Voltage
006 %
021
G Stabi
Stabilisation Gain
015
022
FTmax
Max Voltage Frequency
050 Hz
023
FMinD
Min Starting Frequency
0,10 Hz
024
NCode
N° Encoder Teeth
0500
2500
500 (500 < x < 2500)
28
026
NPole
N° of motor Poles
004
006
4 or 6 poles
(if 6 poles, NCode=750mini)
28
027
Country
Country Language
Page
27
1,5 µs
1500 − RPM
28
× 100 = %
1500
0,00 s
F
,
* Opt parameter Detail - OPTion - Address 00E :
GB
,
,
D
29
SP
page 26.
Address
Name
Seg 7
Seg 6
Seg 5
Seg 4
Seg 3
Seg 2
Seg 1
Seg 0
00E
Opt
ML220V
D65°
APPDIR
RETSEC
MLI
BATERI
NOBAND
IG
0
0
0
0
0 or 1
0
1
0
FACTORY VALUE
FINAL VALUE
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LIST OF VECTOR PARAMETERS AND FINAL VALUES
Min
Values
Max
Values
Factory Values
Number of starts
(Full load)
0000
9999
0000xxxx
29
Dem
Number of starts
(Empty)
0000
9999
xxxx0000
29
038
Visu1 *
VISU n° 1 Address
PROGRAMMATION
F912
039
Visu2 *
VISU n° 2 Address
OF THE CURVES
F910
03A
Visu3 *
VISU n° 3 Address
VISUALISED
F904
03B
Visu4 *
VISU n° 4 Address
ON COMPUTER
F908
040
HinTen
Disable of voltage control
00
041
Test
Transistor Test
(Program 55 for test)
00
29
042
Prog
Programme Type
VEC, SCA, ARB
29
043
TMan
Controller Type
Normal, 1 speed, 2 speed
29
044
Mcode
Code no memory
0000
29
046
Code
Code no entry
0000
29
Address
Name
Designation
028
PileDef
Fault 1
029
PileDef
Fault 2
02A
PileDef
Fault 3
02B
PileDef
Fault 4
02C
PileDef
Fault 5
02D
PileDef
Fault 6
02E
PileDef
Fault 7
02F
PileDef
Fault 8
030
PileDef
Fault 9
031
PileDef
Fault 10
034
Dem
036
Finals
Values
Page
* You can visualise the parameters, inputs/outputs, variables as well as the function
graphs on a P.C., using the P313 interface board and the VISU P.C. programme.
To do this, connect the P313 set and push the 2 end buttons of the integrated diagnostic
tool VEC03. In order to make « READ PARAMETERS » appear on the display.
At the end on the P.C. visualisation, push the 2 end buttons.
VEC01
P313
AUTINOR
P.C.
READ PARAMETERS
1000
100
10
MODIF. CLEAR VALID.
1
+
If the diagnostic tool is integrated in the VVVF,
it is ESSENTIAL to press the 2 end buttons.
SOFTWARE
VISUPC (LOCAL)
You can visualise :
• The theoretical graph : ................................................
• The real graph :...........................................................
• The capacitor voltage :................................................
• The efficient motor current : ........................................
F912
F910
F904
F908
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LIST OF VECTOR INPUTS/OUTPUTS
Address
Name
Seg 7
Seg 6
Seg 5
Seg 4
Seg 3
Seg 2
Seg 1
Seg 0
Page
VISO
DE
MO
30
VENT
S
L
32
CAA
CAB
31
Inputs 1
100
V2
En1
V1
V0
INS
Outputs
101
Sor
RISO
BR
DFP
DFI
STOPR
Inputs 2
CCL
CCS
102
En2
103
T°
Radiator Temperature (°C)
33
104
TCond
Capacitor voltage (v)
33
108
Imot
Motor Intensity (A)
33
10A
DV0
V0 Stopping distance (m)
33
10B
Diso
ISO Relevelling Stopping distance (m)
33
10C
DIns
Slow down distance in inspection speed (m)
33
10E
DV1
Slow down distance in speed V1 (m)
33
110
Fre
Frequency serf by the motor (Hz)
33
112
Con
Theoretical / reference (Hz)
33
114
Vt
Lift Speed (m/s)
34
116
Codeur
Incremental encoder
34
118
Recup
Energy recovery (%)
34
11A
TMot
Motor power voltage (%)
34
120
GD
V2 Speed slow down gradient (m/s²)
34
122
DRal
Slow down distance (m)
34
12A
I Cap1
Intensity measurement device 1 (VEC12)
34
12C
I Cap2
Intensity measurement device 2 (If VEC02M)
34
12E
I Cap3
Intensity measurement device 3 (VEC12)
34
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LIST OF VECTOR FAULT CODES
FAULTS DISPLAYED BY THE VECTOR DRIVE (VEC01 Board)
The B32 fault code stack is found at Address 28, 29, 2A, 2B, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E,
2F, 30 and 31. At Address 28 the most recent fault and at Address 31 the oldest
recorded fault.
BEFORE LEAVING THE SITE, SET THE FAULT LIST BACK TO 00.
IN THIS WAY YOU CAN KEEP BETTER TRACK OF ANY BREAKDOWNS.
FAULT
N°
DESIGNATION
VISUALISATION
-00-10-
No fault
Phase inversion
-22-52-
FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY.
INVERSION IN THE ROTATION DIRECTION (DETECTED BY THE
TAPE HEAD)
CONSEQUENCE OF A AND B SIGNALS CHANGING STATE AT
THE SAME TIME
SLIP INTEGRATOR.
« 10 » CUT WHILE IN MOTION.
-62-
FAULT WITH THE O03 TAPE HEAD.
-77-78-80-81-82-
-87-88-
“S” CONTACTOR NOT DROPPED.
“S” CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED
POWER SUPPLY CAPACITOR (tc) MISSING AT START-UP.
AVERAGE CURRENT HIGHER THAN ALLOWED CURRENT.
REAL SPEED 15% HIGHER THAN PROGRAMMED NOMINAL
SPEED Vn.
INSPECTION SPEED EXCEEDS 0,6 M/S.
RELEVELLING SPEED EXCEEDS 0,3 M/S.
REGENERATIVE POWER EXCEEDS 650V (BRAKE CIRCUIT
FAULT)
MISSING POWER SUPPLY DURING MOVEMENT COMMAND
(FUSE BLOWN OR CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED.
“LINE” CONTACTOR NOT DROPPED.
SIMULTANEOUS « UP » AND « DOWN » COMMAND.
-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-100-101-102-103-
RADIATOR TEMPERATURE EXCEEDS 40 °.
AC CURRENT EXCEEDS MAX TRANSISTOR CURRENT.
TRANSISTOR N°1 FAULT. (TOP)
TRANSISTOR N°2 FAULT.
TRANSISTOR N°3 FAULT.
TRANSISTOR N°4 FAULT.
TRANSISTOR N°5 FAULT.
TRANSISTOR N°6 FAULT. (BOTTOM)
REGENERATIVE TRANSISTOR FAULT.
PARAMETER FAULT
EEROM WRITING FAULT.
MOTOR INTENSITY > MAXI INTENSITY.
INCREMENTAL ENCODER FAULT.
INCREMENTAL ENCODER SPEED +/- 15% FAULT.
DIRECT APPROACH FAULT.
-11-
-83-84-85-86-
CURRENT MEASURING DEVICE NOT CONNECTED
-104-AUTRE- NON PROGRAMMED FAULT.
Tape head
fault
Integrator
10 cut while
in motion
Tape head
counting irrational
Contactor not realising
Not programmed
Current < 450 v at start-up
Thermistor
Speed > 115% of the nominal
speed
Inspection speed > 0.6 m/s
Relevelling speed > 0.3 m/s
Regeneration
No power while in motion
Contactor not realising
Simultaneous
up and down
Radiator T°
Power supply too high
Transistor N°1 (Top)
Transistor N°2
Transistor N°3
Transistor N°4
Transistor N°5
Transistor N°6 (Bottom)
Regenerative Transistor fault
Parameter fault
Eerom writing fault
Motor intensity > Max
Encoder fault
Encoder speed +/- 15% Advised
MLIFT stop on
V0 movement
Not programmed
Not programmed
WARNING :
PLEASE TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU SEND US YOUR ELECTRONIC BOARDS
(USE ANTI-STATIC BAGS)
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• PARAMETERS
• INPUTS
• OUTPUTS
• FAULT CODES
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CONTENTS
PARAMETER DEFINITIONS.................................................................................... 44
INPUTS DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................. 77
OUTPUTS DEFINITIONS ......................................................................................... 87
CONVERSION TABLE HEXADECIMAL ⇔ DECIMAL .................................. 94
CONTROLLER PARAMETERS TABLE (1/2) ........................................................... 95
CONTROLLER INPUTS / OUTPUTS TABLE........................................................... 97
FAULT CODES LIST (1/3)........................................................................................ 98
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PARAMETER DEFINITIONS
To read and modify the parameters, it is necessary to put the little switch on the left
to the down position, called PAR.
Before the word ADDRESS, the little PAR switch must be down, and RAM must be
up. Now we can define the contents of the parameters. It is then necessary to put the little
switch down.
The small dot at the bottom to the right of the display is now lit.
• Par Address 00: CDDEF (Last Fault Code).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, the Series 32 displays the code of the last fault.
• Par Address 01: CADDEF (Last but-one-fault code).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, the Series 32 displays the last-but-one fault code.
• Par Address 02: Best displayed in segment mode.
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, the Series 32 displays the last-but-one fault code.
See the addresses 5D and 63 to change the values.
The segments of address N°2 cannot be changed directly!!!
Segment 7: REGUL (Control System).
We program segment 7 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to drive an independent speed control
system.
We program segment 7 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 6: DPLX (DuPLeX).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to be switched into a MULTIPLEX
battery.
We program segment 6 to " 0 " if the Series 32 is to work in SIMPLEX.
Segment 5: ISO (Re-levelling).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to drive the RE-LEVELLING option
(Open doors and Closed doors).
We program segment 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
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PARAMETER DEFINITIONS
Segment 4: RMLIFT (Control System MLIFT).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to drive a variable frequency speed
control system.
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3: NIVSIN (Levels damaged by fire).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to manage levels damaged by fire.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: DSERVS (Double Selective SERVice).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to manage 2 service selective.
Segment 1: OUAVAR (Open Before Stop).
We program Segment 1 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to carry out the OPEN BEFORE STOP
function and therefore to control a bridging device from the safety chain.
We program Segment 1 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0: Not used.
• Par Address 03: NBOPER (Number of Door Operators).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, we program the number of door operators to be operated.
As the Series 32 can only control 2 automatic doors, only the values 00, 01 or 02 can be
programmed.
• Par Address 04: NIVSUP (Upper Level).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, we program the UPPER LEVEL of the installation (total number of levels
minus 1, thus 1 to 15).
Here are the conversions between the decimal and hexadecimal numbers 00 to 15 ...... 00
to 0F.
00 decimal = 00 hex
01 decimal = 01 hex
02 decimal = 02 hex
03 decimal = 03 hex
04 decimal = 04 hex
05 decimal = 05 hex
06 decimal = 06 hex
07 decimal = 07 hex
08 decimal = 08 hex
09 decimal = 09 hex
10 decimal = 0A hex
11 decimal = 0B hex
12 decimal = 0C hex
13 decimal = 0D hex
14 decimal = 0E hex
15 decimal = 0F hex
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• Par Address 05: NIVINF (Bottom Level).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, we program the BOTTOM LEVEL. (from 00 to 14).
For SIMPLEX, we program 00.
For MULTIPLEX, it is possible for one of the cars not to decsend as slow as the others and
serves 2 levels less, for example.
In this case, we program the upper level to the same value as the others (if all serve the
same height level) and the BOTTOM LEVEL to 02 for one car and to 00 for the second
car.
Example: 8 levels multiplex for the simplex 0 and 6 levels for simplex 1.
Simplex 0 serves Level 7, Simplex 1 serves Level 7.
Simplex 0 serves Level 6, Simplex 1 serves Level 6.
Simplex 0 serves Level 5, Simplex 1 serves Level 5.
Simplex 0 serves Level 4, Simplex 1 serves Level 4.
Simplex 0 serves Level 3, Simplex 1 serves Level 3.
Simplex 0 serves Level 2, Simplex 1 serves Level 2.
Simplex 0 serves Level 1, Simplex 1 does not serve Level 1.
Simplex 0 serves Level 0, Simplex 1 does not serve Level 0.
• Par Address 06: NIVPRIM (Main Level).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, we program the MAIN LEVEL or RESET LEVEL (from 00 to 15).
The reset level is the same as the main level as well as the fireman service level.
Remember that in Autinor jargon, the lowest level is level 0.
- if the reset level is at level 0, then program 0.
- if the reset level is at level 1, then program 1.
- if the reset level is at level 2, then program 2.
- etc...
- etc...
- etc...
- if the reset level is at level 15, then program 0F.
See pages 94 for the
(00 to 15 ...... 00 to 0F).
conversion
between
decimal
and
hexadecimal
mode
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• Par Address 07: Best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: BLOCAG (Single Automatic Operation).
We program segment 7 to " 1 " if the Series 32 is to work in single automatic operation.
We program segment 7 to " 0 " if the Series 32 is to work in collective.
Segment 6: DCOPRO (Temporary Fault Contactor).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " if we want the Series 32 to give us the TEMPORARY
FAULT CONTACTORS.
If this is the case, when a contactor fault appears, the Series 32 waits 6 seconds then tries
to leave again on a new order.
We program segment 6 to " 0 " if we want the Series 32 to give out the definitive fault
contactors.
Segment 5: OPTSP (Landing Suspension Option).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " if the provisional landing suspension is requested.
Reminder: This device is for a systematic storage of action on the emergency stop device
(cutting of 6) during the travel of the car. In the case of flush shaft, it allows the use of a
spring-return button as an in-car stopping device. This is also the only effective means of
control from the light beam threshold protection device. Only new action on a car call
button will cause the departure and thus make subsequent calls possible. This storage,
diagnosed by fault 23, is not carried out when the the car stops at a floor. We program
segment to " 0 " if the provisional landing suspension is not requested.
Segment 4: OPTMAN (Homing Control Option).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when we want the Series 32 to process the homing control
in machinery mode.
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3: OPREVM (Service Up Option ?).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want the Series 32 to allow a movement UP for
direct inspection after a Reset, while the car is situated above ED.
Do not shim the selector if the coded screen is encountered.
Do not program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: MPVHZ (Calls in the slow zone).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to allow a call outside the release zone.
This possibility is useful in regulation mode leaving the car roof inspection and when a
landing call is made to go up.
If the car is stopped in the Slow Speed Zone at the moment when the call is made and
when the option is programmed, then it will rejoin the level which sometimes causes
problems, depending on the type of control system. If the option is not programmed, the
car will not move and only movement which begins by GV will be allowed.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " if we do not want such behaviour.
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Segment 1: OPED (ED Option).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to use the contact ED in the case of
reduced gaps.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0: OUVPRE (Opening upon PREsence).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want the door which is in the process of closing
to re-open on the landing call of the level where the car is located. This however, only if
the call button corresponding to the direction has been pressed. (Re-open upon presence).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 08: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: 2V (2 speeds).
We program segment 7 to " 1 " if the A/H 32 is to drive a 2-speed motor.
We program segment 7 to " 0 " if the A/H 32 is to drive a 1-speed motor.
Segment 7: RECAV1 (Re-positionning in Speed 1) for HB/B 32.
We program segment 7 to " 1 " if we want the Series 32 to re-position in speed 1.
We program segment 7 to " 0 " if we want the Series 32 to re-position in speed 2.
Segment 6: APCL (Landing Calls Flashing).
Programming segment 6 to " 1 "results in flashing hall call registration lights.
Programming segment 6 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 5: FLCLIG (Direction Indicator Flashing).
Programming segment 5 to " 1 " results in the flashing of the direction or next departure
indicators.
Programming segment 5 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 4: FLPDP (Next Departure Arrows).
Programming segment 4 to " 1 " results in the Next Departure Arrows.
Programming segment 4 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 3: EFFNSEL (Call Cancel Option).
Progamming segment 3 to " 1 " cancels the hall calls independent of direction, i.e. both up
and down calls are cancelled.
This programming is essential when connecting-up the 1 main landing button to the Up
and Down when there is a down collective with basement.
Programming segment 3 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
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Segment 2: MASMPX (Multiplex Mass).
Programming segment 2 to " 1 " results in the Series 32 SLAVE not taking any notice of a
Mass Fault.
Programming segment 2 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 1: IPF (Re-Levelling with Door Closed).
Programming segment 1 to " 1 "results in re-levelling with closed doors.
This function is programmed in relation to address parameter 02 or 63, segment 5.
Programming segment 1 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 0: IPO (Re-Levelling with Door Open).
Programming segment 0 to " 1 " results in re-levelling with the door open and can thus
control a bridging device from the safety chain.
This function is programmed in relation to the address parameter 02 or 63, segment 5.
Programming segment 0 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
• Par Address 09: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: GONGAR (GONG on stopping).
Programming segment 7 to " 1 " results in the GONG exit operating when the apparatus is
immobilised.
Programming segment 7 to " 0 " results in the GONG exit operating in the Slow Speed
Distance passage.
Segment 6: IGPPRO (Temporary Door Integrator).
Programming segment 6 to " 1 " renders the door integrator fault temporary.
Programming segment 6 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 5: IGV (High Speed Inspection).
Programming segment 5 to " 1 " results in high speed inspection.
Programming segment 5 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
Segment 4: PFLSGV (No Fast Speed Direction Indicator).
Programming segment 4 to " 1 " results in the direction arrows being turned off at
high speed.
Programming segment 4 to " 0 " results in the reverse.
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Segment 3: OPTOM (Fireman Service Option).
Programming segment 3 to " 1 " selects the fireman service option.
Programming segment 3 to " 0 " disables this option.
In this case, the Series 32 ignores the state of the fireman service input.
Segment 2: MHSPF (Out of Service Door Closed).
Arriving at the Out of Service Level, the doors will open and close indefinitely until this
function is left.
Programming segment 2 to " 0 " results in the car parking with the door open, after the Out
of Service sign is shown.
Segment 1 and
0: TYPOMP (Type of Fire man Service)
We program in these 2 segments the code of the type of fireman service required.
Call code of the different types of fireman service:
ENGLISH FIRE SERVICE
SWISS FIRE SERVICE
FRENCH FIRE SERVICE
...code 01.
...code 10.
...code 00.
• Par Address 0A: TIG (Time Integrator).
Best displayed in hex mode.
At this address, we program the integrator timing in seconds and in hex.
We can program a value from 02 to 45 seconds.
If we program a value under 2 seconds, a value of 02 seconds will be imposed (Norm).
If we program a value over 45 seconds, a value of 45 seconds will be imposed (Norm).
See page 94 for conversion between hex and decimal from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 0C: TPLU (Automatic Light Timing).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At the address 0C, we program the timing of the automatic light in seconds and in hex.
We can program a value from 02 to 255 seconds.
See page 94 for conversion between decimal and hex, from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
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• Par Address 0D: TINS (Inspection Time).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At the address 0D, we program the maximum time, in seconds and hex, allowed to run on
inspection.
We can program a value from 01 to 255 seconds.
If we stop and then start again, we use this maximum time length again.
If the Series 32 interrupts the movement because we have exceeded the allowed time, it is
necessary to wait this length of time before re-starting the inspection.
The same applies for homing control mode.
If the service timing is programmed to 00 then the inspection travelling limitation does not
exist.
See page 94 for conversion between hex and decimal, from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 0E: TCAPGV (Tape Head Beam Broken Time in Fast Speed).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At this address, we program the maximum allowed during which a tape head beam can be
interrupted in fast speed.
We can program a value from 02 to 25.5 seconds at intervals of 0.1 seconds.
If we program a value under 2 seconds (20 tenths of seconds), a 2 second value will be
imposed.
See page 94 for the conversion of hex to decimal from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 0F: TCAPPV (Tape Head Beam Broken Time in Slow Speed).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At address 0F, we program the maximum allowed time during which a tape head beam
can be interrupted in Slow Speed.
We can program a value from 3 to 25.5 seconds at intervals of 0.1 seconds.
If we program a value under 3 seconds (30 tenths of seconds) , a 3 second value will be
imposed.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 10: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: OPTOM (Car Calls Masking 0 to 7).
We program the corresponding segments to " 1 " when we want the Series 32 to reply to
the corresponding landing calls.
We program the corresponding segments to " 0 " when we do not want the Series 32 to
reply to the corresponding landing calls.
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• Par Address 11: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: OPTOM (Car Calls Masking 08 to 15).
• Par Address 12: Not used.
• Par Address 13: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: (Mask the Landing Calls for Up, from levels 0 to 7).
We program the corresponding segments to " 1 " when we want the Series 32 to respond
to the corresponding landing calls for up.
We program the corresponding segments to " 0 " when we do not want the Series 32 to
respond to the corresponding landing calls for up.
• Par Address 14: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 1 to
7: (Mask the Landing Calls for Up, from levels 8 to 15).
• Par Address 15: Not used.
• Par Address 16: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 1 to
7: (Mask the Landing Calls for Down, from levels 1 to 7).
We program the corresponding segments to " 1 " when we want the Series 32 to
respond to the corresponding landing calls for down.
We program the corresponding segments to " 0 " when we do not want the Series 32 to
respond to the corresponding landing calls for down.
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• Par Address 17: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: (Mask the Landing Calls for Down, from levels 8 to 15).
• Par Address 18: Not used.
• Par Address
19: (Only with vanes) best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: not used.
Segment 6: not used.
Segment 5: not used.
Segment 4: not used.
Segment 3: not used.
Segment 2: not used.
Segment 1: PVCRH (Slow Speed Distance crossed at Upper Level).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when the set up of the site is such that it is necessary to
cross the Slow Speed Distance of the last upper in-between-level.
We program segment 1 to " 0 " when the set up of the site does not impose into the
Crossed Slow Speed Distance of the last upper in-between level.
Additionally, see the addresses 1A and 1B.
Segment 0: PVCRB (Slow Speed Distance crossed at Lower Level).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when the set up of the site is such that it is necessary to
cross the Slow Speed Distance Zones of the last lower in-between level.
We program segment 0 to " 0 " when the set up of the site does not impose into the
Crossed Slow Speed Distance of the last lower in-between level.
Additionally, see addresses 1A and 1B.
• Par Address 19: TPISO (Only with a slotted tape) (Re-Levelling Timing).
Best displayed in hexadecimal mode.
At address 19, we program the maximum time for a re-levelling movement.
We can program a value from 2 to 10 seconds at intervals of 1 second.
If we program a value under 2 seconds, a 2 seconds value will be imposed.
If we program a value over 10 seconds, a 10 seconds value will be imposed.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ... 00 to FF.
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• Par Address 1A: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0: Programming of the Crossed Slow Speed Distance for inbetween levels 0 to 1.
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when the set up of the site is such that it is necessary to cross
the Slow Speed distance zones between levels 0 and 1.
We program segment 0 to " 0 " when the set up of the site does not impose into the Crossed
Slow Speed Distance between levels 0 and 1.
Segment 1: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 1 and 2.
Segment 2: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 2 and 3.
Segment 3: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 3 and 4.
Segment 4: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 4 and 5.
Segment 5: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 5 and 6.
Segment 6: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 6 and 7.
Segment 7: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 7 and 8.
• Par Address 1B: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 8 and 9.
Segment 1: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 9 and 10.
Segment 2: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 10 and 11.
Segment 3: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 11 and 12.
Segment 4: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 12 and 13.
Segment 5: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 13 and 14.
Segment 6: programming of the crossed slow speed distance for between levels 14 and 15.
Segment 7: not used.
• Par Address 1C: Not used.
• Par Address 1D: NUSPLX (SimPLeX NUmber). best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the simplex number in case of Multiplex.
As the number of apparatus that can be put into an interconnected group is 2, the simplex
number will go from 00 to 01.
• Par Address 1E: TFR10 (Filtering of 10).
Best displayed in hex mode.
At this address, we program the time that runs between the moment where 10 of the safety
chain is good, and the moment when movement occurs.
This timing is to filter the mechanical jumps on 10 and can last up to 500 milliseconds.
This timing is programmable at intervals of 10ms and in hex.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
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• Par Address 1F: TPRAU (Homing Time) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the time it takes from the moment the apparatus is no longer
sought and its automatic return to a particular level.
This time is programmed in seconds and hex.
We can program a value from 1 to 255 seconds.
If we program 00, there is no homing.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
As concerns this timing, it is necessary to program the level to which the apparatus must
return to address 20.
• Par Address 20: NIVRAU (Homing Level) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program, in hex, the address to which a cabin will return, if it is not
sought after a certain delay which is contained in address 1F.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
Segment 5: TRAPM (Lengthened Homing Time).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " if we want the base units of the door timings to extend from
1 to 2.5 seconds, thus allowing times from 5 seconds to 10 minutes.
We program segment 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 21: TGONG (GONG Time) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the length of time during which the GONG (SPG1 to 3) exit is
activated.
This time is programmed at intervals of 0.1 seconds and in hex.
We can program a value from 0.1 to 10 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 00 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 22: COMDEM (Trip Counter) best displayed in decimal.
The Series 32 has a 6 figure trip counter, and so can memorise 999999 movements.
Address 22 changes the 2 right-hand figures.
• Par Address 23: COMDEM (Trip Counter) best displayed in decimal.
Address 23 increments the 2 middle figures.
• Par Address 24: COMDEM (Trip Counter) best displayed in decimal.
Address 24 increments the 2 left-hand figures.
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• Par Address 25: NUMARO (Cabinet Number) best displayed in decimal.
The Series 32 has an " identity card ", formatted in the following way: YEAR /
MONTH / POSITION NUMBER.
E.G.: a cabinet with the number 93 / 09 / 57 is a cabinet made in the year 1993, the month
of September and the 57th produced that month.
At address 25, we program the position number.
• Par Address 26: NUMAR1 (Cabinet Number) best displayed in decimal.
At address 26, we program the production month.
• Par Address 27: NUMAR2 (Cabinet Number) best displayed in decimal.
At address 27, we program the production year.
• Par Address 28: REPT00 (REPeater at level 00) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the selection code of the character (among those contained in
the REF displays are ID30, ID50, IDFL30, IDFL50) which we want to display at level 0.
See the table for the conversion between the different characters it is possible to display.
•
Par Address 29:
Same for level 01.
•
Par Address 2a:
Same for level 02.
•
Par Address 2b:
Same for level 03.
•
Par Address 2c:
Same for level 04.
•
Par Address 2d:
Same for level 05.
•
Par Address 2e:
Same for level 06.
•
Par Address 2f:
Same for level 07.
•
Par Address 30:
Same for level 08.
•
Par Address 31:
Same for level 09.
•
Par Address 32:
Same for level 10.
•
Par Address 33:
Same for level 11.
•
Par Address 34:
Same for level 12.
•
Par Address 35:
Same for level 13.
•
Par Address 36:
Same for level 14.
•
Par Address 37:
Same for level 15.
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• Par Address 38
to 3F: best displayed in segment mode.
We will see later, at address 5B (programmed has 04), that we can program the Series 32
driven hydraulic type.
It could be that a new kind of hydraulic unit which functions differently appears and does
not correspond 100% with the pre-programmed types.
From addresses 38 to 3F, it is possible to define a particular function for a particular
hydraulic unit.
Each address to be defined corresponds to the STATE of the valves and contactor for
each stage of a movement.
This sequence is the same whatever type of hydraulic, but the way in which to carry out
each stage differs depending on the unit (number of different types of valves, different
procedures etc...).
Each address, from 38 to 3F represents a stage and we assign the contactors and the
valves to an address which must be activated by it.
We program the segment to " 1 " when we wish to activate a part in this stage.
EXAMPLE OF SPECIAL DEFINITION FOR HYDRAULIC SEQUENCE
Address
V4
V3
V2
38
1
1
1
1
39
1
1
1
1
3A
1
1
1
3B
1
1
1
1
Up slow speed L, ∆
1
1
1
Complete stop, up
3C
3D
1
3E
V1
L
∆
Y
1
1
Up high speed L, ∆
1
Up slow speed L, Y
1
1
1
1
Down, high speed, L
1
1
1
1
1
Down, low speed, L
1
1
1
1
Complete stop, down L
Down
direction
Up
direction
Valve for
slow speed
Segment Seg 7 Seg 6 Seg 5 Seg 4 Seg 3 Seg 2 Seg 1 Seg 0
Valve for
high speed
Up high speed L, Y
1
3F
Valve
Stage
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Segment 7: V4 (Valve 4).
Programming segment 7 to " 1 " activates valve N° 4 at this stage.
Programming segment 7 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
Segment 6: V3 (Valve 3).
Programming segment 6 to " 1 " activates valve N° 3 at this stage.
Programming segment 6 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
Segment 5: V2 (Valve 2).
Programming segment 5 to " 1 " activates valve N° 2 at this stage.
Programming segment 5 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
Segment 4: V1 (Valve 1).
Programming segment 4 to " 1 " activates valve N° 4 at this stage.
Programming segment 4 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
Segment 3: Not used.
Segment 2: LINE (Line Contactor).
Programming segment 2 to " 1 " activates the line contactor at this stage.
Programming segment 2 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
Segment 1: DELTA (Delta Contactor).
Programming segment 1 to " 1 " activates the delta contactor at this stage.
Programming segment 1 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
Segment 0: STAR (Star Contactor).
Programming segment 0 to " 1 " activates the STAR contactor at this stage.
Programming segment 0 to " 0 "results in the reverse case.
• Par Address 39: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
• Par Address 3A: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
• Par Address 3B: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
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• Par Address 3C: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
• Par Address 3D: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
• Par Address 3E: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
• Par Address 3F: best displayed in segment mode.
Same address 38 for stage:
• Par Address 40: best displayed in segment mode.
At this address, we program the mechanical characteristics of DOOR 1 which the Series
32 will operate.
Segment 7: RGPT
Segment 6: VERSTF1 (Door Forced when Closed).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want to give a close signal in the case where a
movement is desired. A message is given stating that the closure limit switch of Door 1 is
open but that 8 from the safety chain has not been closed.
If there is a mechanical problem, in spite of 8 from the safety chain remaining closed, the
closure relay will be activated when the door integrator time has run out.
We program segment 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 5: P1SFCOU (Door 1 without Opening).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " when we want to operate automatic door 1 without an
opening limit (FCOU).
Segment 4: P1SFCFE (Door 1 without Closure Limit).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when we want to operate automatic door 1 without a
closing limit (FCFE).
We program segment 4 to " 0 "when we want to operate an automatic door fitted with a
closing limit (FCFE).
Segment 3: PMAFCP1 (Door 1 Extended Close Time).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " to hold the door close signal an additional 300ms after the
closed limit has been reached.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " when we want to stop the movement from when door 1
reaches the close limit.
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Segment 2: MSTPMP1 (Door 1 Forced Closure when Moving).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to give a door close signal while the car is
moving.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1: AMPSEC1 (Door 1 Drift OK).
If we program this segment to " 1 " and door 1 does not have a close limit , the Series 32
will provide a close signal until 8 is closed. If the door drifts open and 8 is open, the door
close signal is NOT given again. Only if a call is made is the door close signal given.
With this type of door, we always program the option Forced Door Closure when Moving.
We program segment 1 to " 0 " when this option is not required.
Segment 0: MSTPRP1 (Permanent Door 1 Signal).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " to keep the door 1 open or close signal even if the open or
closed limit has been reached.
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 41: TPO1 (Door 1 Timing) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the timing of door 1 in seconds and hex.
We can program a value of 1 to 255 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 42: TREP1 (Door 1 Re-Open Time) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address we program the time the door stays open when a re-open signal has been
given (COI or CS).
This time is programmed in seconds and hex (from 1 to 255 seconds).
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 43: NIVMHS (Floor Out of Service) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the floor where the car parks when we use the " out of service
" function.
If we wish the car to stay where it is the moment we activate the function, program " 0 " to
segments 6 and 7.
If we wish the car to park door(s) open or closed, we do this by switching on segment 7 for
door 1 and segment 6 for door 2.
Segment 2 at address 09 (MHSPF) will thus be switched off.
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• Par Address 44: TIRP1 (Re-Open Door 1 Delay) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the desired time delay between reversing the direction of the
door movement when re-opening .
This may be necessary if the inertia of the door is high.
Time is adjustable between 00ms and 2.55 seconds at intervals of 0.01 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 45: TFR8 (Filtering of 8) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the time allowed for contact bounce of the car gate switch
(input 8).
Time is adjustable between 00ms and 2.55 seconds. Values are entered at intervals of
10ms.
E.G.: If a time delay of 500ms is desired, this would correspond to 50 × 10 ms.
Consulting page 94, we can see that this equals 32 in hex, so the value programmed
would be 32.
• Par Address 46: TVP1/2 (Maximum time between 8 and 10) best displayed in hex.
At this address, we program the maximum time allowed between inputs 8 and 10 when a
call has been made.
E.G.: Flush shaft ascent fitted with swing landing doors and a mobile retiring ramp.
The safety chain circuit is such that when the lift does not move and all the doors are shut,
8 will appear. Making a call, combined with the fact that 8 is present, activates the mobile
retiring ramp. If all goes well, 10 will appear almost instantly. We will program a small
interlock time of 3 seconds. If, by contrast, the interlock is not done, once the time has
passed, the retiring ramp is de-activated to avoid it remaining under tension - permanently!
The timing is the same for doors 1 and 2.
We can program a value from 0 to 255 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 47: TIGP01 (Door 1 Integrator Time) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the maximum time allowed for the door 1 integrator time in
seconds and hex.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
If we program 00, there is no door integrator.
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• Par Address 48: best displayed in segment mode.
At this address, we define the operation of door 1 for level 0.
Segment 7: RCAME (Retiring Ramp Delay).
If we program segment 7 and the " single car door " segment 4 to 1, there is a delay of 1.5
seconds when arriving at the level before the retiring ramp is de-energised.
This limits the risk of getting fingers trapped in the car door which will barely start its
opening movement, insofar as we do not know how to open swing door before 1.5
seconds have elapsed.
If we program segment 7 to " 1 " in the case of totally automatic doors the retiring ramp is
de-energised 1 second before initiating the door opening on arriving at a level.
This can be useful in the case of the totally automatic doors interlocked with a retiring
ramp. Indeed, problems of things getting stuck can occur if the doors are opened at the
same time as the de-energising of the retiring ramp.
Segment 6: Not used
Segment 5: Not used
Segment 4: (Car Door 1 at Level 0).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when a car is fitted with an automatic door commanded by
the Series 32 relays, the landing doors being of the swinging type.
We program segment 4 to " 0 " when a flush shaft, an automatic car door driven by one
retiring ramp or an automatic car and hall door is used.
Segment 3: OUAVAP1N0 (Opening Door 1 Before Stop at
Level 0).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want the Series 32 to Open Door 1 Before
Stopping at Level 0.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: STP1OUN0 (Parking with Door 1 Open at level 0).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want the car to park with door 1 open at level 0.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1: SER1INO (Service 1 not allowed at Level 0).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we wish to prevent door 1 opening at level 0.
We program segment 1 to " 0 " when we authorise the opening of door 1 at level 0.
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Segment 0: OUNSIMN0 (Non-Simultaneous Door Opening at
Level 0).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we wish to prevent the simultaneous opening of
doors 1 and 2 at level 0 (Locking effect).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " when we authorise the simultaneous opening of doors 1
and 2 at level 0.
This function can only be used with the double service selective.
• Par Address 49: best displayed in segment mode.
At this address, we define the operation of door 1 for level 1.
•
Par Address 4a: .. Same for level 02.
•
Par Address 51: .. Same for level 09.
•
Par Address 4b: .. Same for level 03.
•
Par Address 52: .. Same for level 10.
•
Par Address 4d: .. Same for level 05.
•
Par Address 54: .. Same for level 12.
•
Par Address 4e: .. Same for level 06
•
Par Address 55: .. Same for level 13.
•
Par Address 4f: .. Same for level 07.
•
Par Address 56: .. Same for level 14.
•
Par Address 50: .. Same for level 08.
•
Par Address 57: .. Same for level 15.
• Par Address 58: TDEMYD (Start-up time Star Delta) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the time during which we want the STAR contactor to be on.
We can program a time from 0 to 25.5 seconds at intervals of 0.1 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 59: TARMVT (Movement Stop Time) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the time during which the ascent Slow Speed distance valve
continues to be fed after the stopping point.
We can program a time from 0 to 2.55 seconds at intervals of 0.01 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 5A: TPMPVM (Movement Extension time for the Ascent Slow Speed
Distance) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the extra time we need to feed the motor.
We can program a time from 0 to 2.55 seconds at intervals of 0.01 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
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• Par Address 5B: TYPHYD (Hydraulic Type) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the type of hydraulic that the Series 32 will drive.
See in the list below the number which has been attributed to the main types of hydraulics
currently known:
0 = GMV-MARTINI 3 Valves.
0 = MORRIS.
0 = OMAR.
1 = HAMMOND-CHAMPNESS.
1 = ALGI.
2 = DOVER.
3 = BERINGER ELECTRONIQUE.
4 = Can be defined in addresses 38 to 3F.
• Par Address 5C: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: RAMDES (Down Collective).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want to carry out the Down Collective.
We program segment 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 5: BASE
8N (Base 8 Level).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " when we want to set up a single automatic operation or a 1
button collective up and down. All this up to level 8 just by using using the BG15 (without
addition of the BG18).
We program 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 4: Not used.
Segment 3: DNH (Oil Level Fault).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to operate the Oil Level Fault Contact.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: Not used.
Segment 1: DEMDIR (Direct Start-Up).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to carry out a direct start-up.
We program segment 1 to " 0 " when we want to carry out a Star-Delta start-up.
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Segment 0: TAQUET (Pawl).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want to operate the pawls.
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 5D: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: DPLX (Multiplex).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " if we want to use a multiplex interconnected group.
We program segment 6 to " 0 " if we want the Series 32 to work in simplex.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: Not used.
Segment 3: NIVSIN (Levels Damaged by Fire).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " if we want to control Levels Damaged by Fire.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: DSERVS (Double Selective Service).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " if we want to operate 2 Service Selective.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1: Not used.
Segment 0: Not used.
• Par Address 5E: TRAUN0 (Automatic Homing Time to Level 0) best displayed in
hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the time that runs between the moment when the apparatus is
being called and its automatic homing to level 0.
We can program a time from 1 to 15 minutes at intervals of 1 minute.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
By programming 00, this function will not be used.
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• Par Address 5F: TRAUN0 best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: STPREG (thermostat Regulation).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " if we want to operate a thermostat for the SLOW SPEED
DISTANCE IN RELATION TO THE OIL TEMPERATURE IN THE HYDRAULIC UNIT
function.
See the parameters to addresses 5F, segment 1, C0 TO C7 AND C8 TO CF.
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3: DCTQET (Doubling the Pawl Control Speed).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to double the time allowed for the pawl
control.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: Not used.
Segment 1: REGDRAL (Slow Speed Distance Regulation).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " if we want to operate the SLOW SPEED IN
RELATION TO THE OIL TEMPERATURE IN THE HYDRAULIC UNIT function.
See the parameters to addresses 5F, segment 4, C0 to C7 and C8 to CF.
We program segment 0 to " 1 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0: Not used.
• Par Address 60: best displayed in segment mode.
At this address, we set out the desired mechanical characteristics of DOOR 2:
The relays which drive door 2 are those mounted outside the door.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: VERSTF2 (Door Forced when Closed).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want to provide a door close signal even if the
closed limit has been reached, but 8 has not yet been closed.
If a mechanical problem means that in spite of everything 8 from the safety chain is not
closed, the closure relay will drop when the door integrator time has elapsed.
We program 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
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Segment 5: P2SFCOU (Door 2 without Open Limit).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " when we wish to operate Door 2 in the open direction
without looking for a door open limit (FCOU).
We program segment 5 to " 0 " when we want to operate an automatic door equipped with
a close limit switch (FCOU).
Segment 4: P2SFCFE (Door 2 without Closed Limit).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when we want to operate Door 2 in the close direction
without looking for a door close limit (FCFE).
We program segment 4 to " 0 " when we want to operate an automatic door equipped with
a closure limit switch (FCFE).
Segment 3: PMAFCP2 (Door 2 Extended Close Time).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to maintain movement for an additional 300
ms after the closed limit has been reached.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " when we want to stop the movement from when door 2 has
reached the closed limit.
Segment 2: MSTPMP2 (Keep Power On whilst Door 2 in
Operation).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to keep door 2 motor on during operation.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1: AMPSEC2 (Stopping of Door 2 Movement on arrival
of Safety Chain).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to operate a door without having reached
the closed limit and which has a tendency to re-open when the motor is no longer fed.
Having lost 8 from the safety chain, we once more give a close signal to re-gain 8. The
door will continue to bang if this option is not programmed. Indeed, the motor ceases to be
fed the first time 8 appears.
With this type of door, we always program the Closing Forced when Moving option.
We program 0 to " 0 " when this option is not required.
Segment 0: MSTPRP2 (Keep Door 2 Power Permanently On).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want to keep the door 2 motor operator
permanently on when opening and closing.
We program segment 0 to " 1 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 61: TP02 (Timing of Door N° 2) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the timing of door 2 in seconds and hex.
We can program a value from 2 to 255 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
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• Par Address 62: TREP2 (Re-Opening Time of Door 2) best displayed in
hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the time during which door 2 stays open after having caused
a RE-OPENING.
This timing is programmed into seconds and hex.
Its value must be between 1 and 255 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 63: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: CABVID (Empty Car Option).
We program segment 7 to " 1 " when we want the A191 to operate the EMPTY CAR
option.
This option consists of erasing all the requests for the car if after 3 stops the light cell has
not been broken.
We program segment 7 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 6: SHTCS (CS Nudging Option).
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want the A191 to nudge the CS option after
the time programmed into address 62 has elapsed and if a request has been
registered. Furthermore, we activate output " INH1 " which feeds a buzzer to inform
passengers that the door will be re-closing.
(See output position - parameter address 7A, segments 4 to 7 on page 88).
We program segment 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 5: ISO (Re-Levelling).
We program segment 5 to " 1 " if we want the RE-LEVELLING option (open AND closed
doors).
We program segment 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 4: RMLIFT (MLift Regulator).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " if we want to drive an MLift variable frequency speed
regulator
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3: Not used.
Segment 2: REGUL (REGULator).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to drive an independent speed regulator.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
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Segment 1: OUAVAR (Open Before Stop).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " if we want to carry out the Open Before Stop function and
thus operate the safety chain N66 nudging device.
We program segment 1 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0: TPRAL (Door Lengthening Time).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " if we want the base unit of the door timings to go from 1 to
2.5 seconds, thus allowing us to have times from 5 seconds to 10 minutes.
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 64: TIRP2 (Reversal Time of the Door 2 Relays) best displayed in hex.
At this address, we program the time which runs from the instant the Serie 32 releases the
closure relay to when it activates the door 2 open relay .
This timing is programmed at intervals of between 10 ms and 2.55 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
• Par Address 67: TIGPO2 (Door 2 Integrator Time) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, we program the timing of the door 2 integrator in seconds and in hex.
We can program a value from 1 to 255 seconds.
See page 94 for the conversion between decimal and hex, from 0 to 255 ....... 00 to FF.
If we program 00, there will be no Door Integrator.
• Par Address 68: TIGPO2 best displayed in segment mode.
At this address, we define the door 2 functioning for level 0.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: PORCAB2N0 (Car Door 2 at Level 0).
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when a car equipped with an automatic door commanded
by the Series 32 relays (the landing doors are of the swing variety).
We program segment 4 to " 0 " with a flush shaft or with an automatic car driven by just 1
retiring ramp or with an automatic car and landing.
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Segment 3: OUAVAP2N0 (Open Before Stop of Door 2 at
Level 0).
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to carry out an opening before stop of door
2 at level 0.
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2: STPOU0 (Parking Door 2 Open at Level 0).
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to park the car with door 2 open at level 0.
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1: SER2IN0 (Service 2 Not Allowed at Level 0).
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when the opening of door 2 at level 0 is not allowed.
We program segment 1 to " 0 " when we allow the opening of door 2 at level 0.
Segment 0: OUNSIM0 (Non Simultaneous Opening at Level 0).
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when the simultaneous opening of doors 1 and 2 at level 0
is not allowed (locking effect).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " when we allow the simultaneous opening of doors 1 and 2
at level 0.
This function can only be used in the double service selective.
• Par Address 69: best displayed in segment mode.
At this address, we define the functioning of door 2 for level 1.
•
Par Address 6a:
..... same for level 02.
•
Par Address 6b:
..... same for level 03.
•
Par Address 6c:
..... same for level 04.
•
Par Address 6d:
..... same for level 05.
•
Par Address 6e:
..... same for level 06.
•
Par Address 6f:
..... same for level 07.
•
Par Address 70:
..... same for level 08.
•
Par Address 71:
..... same for level 09.
•
Par Address 72:
..... same for level 10.
•
Par Address 73:
..... same for level 11.
•
Par Address 74:
..... same for level 12.
•
Par Address 75:
..... same for level 13.
•
Par Address 76:
..... same for level 14.
•
Par Address 77:
..... same for level 15.
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• Par Address 78: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
We program segment 7 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 4 (SPG4) for
the overload buzzer (RF).
We program segment 7 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 6:
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 3 (SPG3)
for the overload buzzer (RF).
We program segment 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 5:
We program segment 5 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 2 (SPG2) for
the overload buzzer (RF).
We program segment 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 4:
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 1 (SPG1) for
the overload buzzer (RF).
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3:
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 4 (SPG4) for
the OVERLOAD LIGHT (VSU).
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2:
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 3 (SPG3) for
the overload light (VSU).
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 2 (SPG2) for
the overload light (VSU).
We program segment 1 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 1 (SPG1) for
the overload light (VSU).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
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• Par Address 79: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
We program segment 7 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 4 (SPG4) for
the Out of Service light (VHS).
We program segment 7 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 6:
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 3 (SPG3) for
the Out of Service light (VHS).
We program segment 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 5:
We program segment 5 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 2 (SPG2) for
the Out of Service light (VHS).
We program segment 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 4:
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when we want to use programmable output 1 (SPG1) for
the Out of Service Light (VHS).
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3:
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 4 (SPG4)
for the GONG (GONG).
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2:
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 3 (SPG3)
for the GONG (GONG).
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 2 (SPG2)
for the GONG (GONG).
We program segment 1 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 1 (SPG1)
for the GONG (GONG).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
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• Par Address 7A: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
We program segment 7 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 4 (SPG4)
to inhibit (INH1).
(See parameter address 63, segments 4 to 7).
We program segment 7 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 6:
We program segment 6 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 3 (SPG3)
to INHIBIT (INH1).
(See parameter address 63, segments 4 to 7).
We program segment 6 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 5:
We program segment 5 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 2 (SPG2)
to INHIBIT (INH1).
(See parameter address 63, segments 4 to 7).
We program segment 5 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 4:
We program segment 4 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 1 (SPG1)
to INHIBIT (INH1).
(See parameter address 63, segments 4 to 7).
We program segment 4 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 3:
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 4 (SPG4)
for the fire service light (VPMP).
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2:
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 3 (SPG3)
for the fire service light (VPMP).
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 2 (SPG2)
for the fire service light (VPMP).
We program segment 1 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 1 (SPG1)
for the fire service light (VPMP).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
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• Par Address 7B: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: Not used.
Segment 3:
We program segment 3 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 4 (SPG4)
for the AUTOMATIC LIGHT (LU).
We program segment 3 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 2:
We program segment 2 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 3 (SPG3)
for the AUTOMATIC LIGHT (LU).
We program segment 2 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
We program segment 1 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 2 (SPG2)
for the AUTOMATIC LIGHT (LU).
We program segment 1 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
We program segment 0 to " 1 " when we want to use the programmable output 1 (SPG1)
for the AUTOMATIC LIGHT (LU).
We program segment 0 to " 0 " in the reverse case.
• Par Address 7E: CAADDEF (Last But One Fault Code) best displayed in
hexadecimal.
At this address, the Series 32 gives the fault code 3.
• Par Address 7F: CDEFPA (Oldest Fault Code) best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, the Series 32 gives the fault code 4.
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• Par Address CO: Temperature up to which the distance C8 is chosen, best displayed
in hexadecimal.
At this address, in the context of the SLOW SPEED DISTANCE VARIATION OF THE OIL
TEMPERATURE IN THE HYDRAULIC UNIT function, we program the temperature to
which we will use the slow speed distance programmed into address C8 (in %).
• Par Address C1: Temperature up to which the distance C9 is chosen, best displayed in
hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address C9 (in %).
• Par Address C2: Temperature up to which the distance CA is chosen, best displayed
in hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address CA (in %).
• Par Address C3: Temperature up to which the distance CB is chosen, best displayed
in hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address CB (in %).
• Par Address C4: Temperature up to which the distance CC is chosen, best displayed
in hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address CC (in %).
• Par Address C5: Temperature up to which the distance CD is chosen, best displayed
in hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address CD (in %).
• Par Address C6: Temperature up to which the distance CE is chosen, best displayed in
hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address CE (in %).
• Par Address C7: Temperature up to which the distance CF is chosen, best displayed in
hexadecimal.
We program the temperature up to which we will use the slow speed distance
programmed into address CF (in %).
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• Par Address C8: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C0, best displayed in hexadecimal.
At this address, in the context of THE SLOW SPEED DISTANCE VARIATION OF THE
OIL TEMPERATURE IN THE HYDRAULIC UNIT function, we program the slow speed
distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed into C0.
• Par Address C9: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C1, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C1.
• Par Address CA: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C2, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C2.
• Par Address CB: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C3, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C3.
• Par Address CC: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C4, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C4.
• Par Address CD: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C5, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C5.
• Par Address CE: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C6, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C6.
• Par Address CF: Slow speed distance chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C7, best displayed in hexadecimal.
We program the slow speed distance (in %) chosen up to the temperature programmed
into C7.
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In order to make the inputs visible, we must put the little switch on the left up in the
" RAM " position.
• Ram Address 00: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 0 to
7: C0 - 7 (Car Calls 0 to 7).
They indicate to us respectively the state of the car call contacts C0 to C7 with the
common COMB button.
The corresponding segments are on when contacts are closed to make a call.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 01: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 0 to
7: C8 - 15 (Car Calls 8 to 15).
They show us respectively the state of the car calls contacts C8 to C15 with the common
COMB button.
The corresponding segments are on when the contacts are closed to make a call.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 03: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 0 to
7: MO - 7 (Landing Calls for Up, 0 to 7).
They show us respectively the state of the contacts of the landing calls for UP. M0 to M7
with the common COMB button.
The corresponding segments are on when the contacts are closed to make a call.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 04: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 0 to
7: M8 - 15 (Landing Calls for Up, 8 to 15).
They show us respectively the state of the contacts of the landing calls for UP. M8 to M15
with the common COMB button.
The corresponding segments are on when the contacts are closed to make a call.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
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• Ram Address 06: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 1 to
7: D1 - 7 (Landing Calls for Down, 1 to 7).
They show us respectively the state of the contacts of the landing call for Down D1 to D7
with the common COMB button.
The corresponding segments are on when the contacts are closed to make a call.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
Segment 0: M0 (Landing Calls for Up, 0).
• Ram Address 09: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 0 to
7: NF0 - 7 (Levels Damaged by Fire, 0 to 7).
They show us respectively the state of the levels damaged by fire contacts NF7 to NF0
with 0V.
The corresponding segments are on when the contacts are closed to indicate levels
damaged by fire and thus not to serve them.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 0A: best displayed in segment mode.
Segments 0 to
7: NF8 - 15 (Levels Damaged by Fire, 8 to 15).
They show us respectively the state of the levels damaged by fire contacts NF7 to NF0
with 0V.
The corresponding segments are on when the contacts are closed to indicate the levels
damaged by fire and thus not to serve them.
The corresponding segments are off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 0C: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: SU (Overload)
This shows us the state of the overload contact (SU and 0V).
Segment 7 is on when the contact is closed, i.e., in overload.
Segment 7 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 6: Not used
Segment 5: ED (Extreme Down Contact).
This shows us the state of the Extreme Down contact (ED and 0V).
Segment 5 is off when the contact is closed, i.e., when the car is not on ED.
Segment 5 is on when the car is on ED.
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Segment 4: MAN (Emergency Operation).
This shows us the state of the contact which switches to emergency operation (MAN and
0V).
Segment 4 is off when the contact is closed, i.e.; normal.
Segment 4 is on when the contact is open, i.e., when in emergency operation.
Segment 3: INS (Inspection).
This shows us the state of the contact which switches to inspection (INS and 0V).
Segment 3 is off when the contact is closed, i.e., normal.
Segment 3 is on when the contact is open, i.e., when being inspected.
Segment 2: GM (Up).
This shows us the state of the request movement contact in Up (GM and 0V).
Segment 2 is on when the contact is closed for an upward travel request. (GM and 0V).
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 1: GD (Down).
This shows us the state of the movement request contact in Down (GD and 0V).
Segment 1 is on when the contact is closed for a downward travel request.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0: MASS (MASS Relay).
This shows us the state of the MASS relay.
Segment 0 is on if there is a mass fault.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 0D: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used
Segment 6: Not used
Segment 5: PH (Phase Failure Input).
This shows us the state of the Phase Failure Input (PH and 0V).
Segment 5 is on when there is no phase.
Segment 5 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 4: THV (Fan thermistor) TRACTION.
This shows us the state of the Fan thermistor (THV and OV).
Segment 4 is on when the contact is closed in case of a fault.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
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Segment 4: DNH (Oil Level Fault) HYDRAULIC.
This shows us the state of the contact detecting the minimum oil level rendering further
travel dangerous for the equipment.
Segment 4 is on when the contact is closed in the case of a fault.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3: RP (Low Velocity Contactor Control) TRACTION.
This shows us the state of the low velocity contactor control (PV).
Segment 3 is on when the PV contactor is on.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3: NHM (Minimum Oil Level) HYDRAULIC.
This shows us the state of the contact detecting the minimum oil level which is no longer
dangerous for the equipment, but which still needs a little oil.
Segment 3 is on when the contact is closed due to a lack of oil.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 2: RG (High Velocity Contactor Control) TRACTION.
This shows us the state of the high velocity contactor control (GV).
Segment 2 is on when the GV contactor is on.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 2: RL (Ligne Contactor Control) HYDRAULIC.
This shows us the state of the path contactor (L).
Segment 2 is on when the contactor is on.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 1: RM (Up Contactor Control) TRACTION.
This shows us the state of the up contactor (MO).
Segment 1 is on when contactor MO is on.
Segment 1 is put off in the reverse case.
Segment 1: RY (Star Contactor Control) HYDRAULIC.
This shows us the state of the star contactor (Y).
Segment 1 is lit when contactor Y is on.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0: RD (Down Contactor Control) TRACTION.
This shows us the state of the down contactor (DE).
Segment 0 is lit when contactor DE is on.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0: R∆ (Delta Contactor Control) HYDRAULIC.
This shows us the state of the Delta contactor (∆).
Segment 0 is on when the ∆ contactor is on.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
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• Ram Address 0E: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: ZONE (Door Zone Relay).
This shows us whether the shunting device DONNE the door zone or not.
Segment 6 is on if the device is in the zone.
Segment 6 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: PRIC (Car Priority).
This shows us the state of the car priority contact. (PRIC and 0V).
Segment 4 is on when the contact is closed to command the car priority function.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3: NS (Non-Stop).
This shows us the state of the Non-stop contact (NS and 0V).
Segment 3 is on when the contact is closed to command the Non-Stop function.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 2: SUSD (Delayed Departure).
This shows us the state of the delayed departure contact (SUSD and 0V).
Segment 2 is on when the contact is closed to command the delayed departure.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 1: MHS (Out of Service).
This shows us the state of the Out of Service contact (MHS and 0V).
Segment 1 is on when the contact is closed to command the Switch to out of Service
function.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0: POM (Fireman Service).
This shows us the state of the Fireman Service contact (POM and 0V).
Segment 0 is on when the contact is closed, i.e., when the Fireman Service function is
commanded.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
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• Ram Address 0F: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: FF1 (Front Door Close Button).
This shows us the state of the Front Door Close Button.
Segment 4 is on when the contact is closed for a command to force the door closed.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3: COI1 (Front Door Safety Knuckle Input).
This shows us the Front Door Safety Knuckle Input (COI1 and 0V).
Segment 3 is on when the contact is closed.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 2: CS1 (Front Door Photocell Input).
This shows us the state of the Front Door Photocell Input (CS1 and 0V).
Segment 2 is off when the contact is closed, i.e., when the photocell is unbroken.
Segment 2 is on when the photocell detects something.
Segment 1: FCFE1 (Front Door Close End Limit).
This shows us the Front Door Close End Limit (FCFE1 and 0V).
The segment 1 is off when the Front Door Close End Limit is closed, i.e., when Door 1 is
not completely closed.
The segment 1 is on when the Front Door Close End Limit is open, i.e., when Door 1 is
completely closed.
Segment 0: FCOU1 (Front Door Open End Limit).
This shows us the state of the Front Door Open End Limit (FCOU1 and 0V).
Segment 0 is off when the Front Door Open End Limit is closed, i.e., when the door 1 is
not completely opened.
Segment 0 is on when the Front Door Open End Limit is open, i.e., when Door 1 is
completely opened.
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• Ram Address 10: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: FF2 (Rear Door Close Button).
This shows us the state of the Rear Door Close Button (FF2 et 0V).
Segment 4 is on when the contact is closed for a forced closure command..
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3: COI2 (Rear Door Safety Knuckle Input).
This shows us the state of the Rear Door Safety Knuckle Input (CO12 and 0V).
Segment 3 is on when the contact is closed.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 2: CS2 (Rear Door Photocell Input).
This shows us the state of the Rear Door Photocell Input (CS2 and 0V).
Segment 2 is off when the contact is closed, i.e., when the photocell is unbroken.
Segment 2 is on when the photocell detects something.
Segment 1: FCFE2 (Rear Door Close End Limit).
This shows us the state of the Rear Door Close End Limit (FCFE2).
Segment 1 is off when the Rear Door Close End Limit is closed, i.e., when the door is not
completely shut.
Segment 1 is on when the Rear Door Close End Limit is open, i.e., when the door is
completely closed.
Segment 0: FCOU2 (Rear Door Open End Limit).
This shows us the state of Rear Door Open End Limit (FCOU2).
Segment 0 is off when the Rear Door Open End Limit is closed, i.e., when the door is not
completely open.
Segment 0 is on when the Rear Door Open End Limit is open, i.e., when the door is
completely open.
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• Ram Address 11: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: Not used.
Segment 3: EXD (Extreme Down Contact).
This shows us the state of the Extreme Down Contact.
Segment 3 is on when the contact is open, i.e., when the car is below the bottom ED
magnet ED.
Segment 3 is off when the contact is closed, i.e., when the car is above the bottom ED
magnet ED.
Segment 2: EXM (Extreme Up Contact).
This shows us the state of the Extreme Up Contact.
Segment 2 is on when the contact is open, i.e., when the car is above the top EM magnet.
Segment 2 is off when the contact is closed, i.e., when the car is below the top EM
magnet.
Segment 1: CAB (Tape head, Harness B).
This shows us the state of Harness B.
Segment 1 is on when harness B is open.
Segment 1 is off when harness B is closed.
Segment 0: CAA (Tape head, Harness A).
This shows us the state of Harness A.
Segment 0 is on when harness A is open.
Segment 0 is off when harness A is closed.
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• Ram Address 12: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4:
MTH (Oil Temperature Measure).
Segment 4 is on when the MTH 0V contact is open or when the temperature probe has
reached a certain value.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3:
STH (Thermic Probe).
This shows us the state of the thermostat (STH and 0V).
Segment 3 is off when the contact is closed in normal operating mode.
Segment 3 is on in the reverse case.
Segment 2:
10 (Level 10 of the Safety Lane).
This shows us the state of the safety lanes at level 10 of the safety lane.
Segment 2 is on when the safety lane connection is closed up to level 10.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
8 (Level 8 of the Safety Lane).
This shows us the state of the safety lanes at level 8 of the safety lane.
Segment 1 is on when the safety lane connection is closed up to level 8.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
6 (Level 6 of the Safety Lane).
This shows us the state of the safety lanes at level 8 of the safety lane.
Segment 0 is on when the safety lane connection is closed up to level 6.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
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• Ram Address 62: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7: Not used.
Segment 6: Not used.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4: Not used.
Segment 3: Not used.
Segment 2:
IGV (Fast Speed Inspection).
This shows us the state of the Fast Speed Inspection contact.
Segment 2 is on when the contact is closed to request the Fast Speed Inspection.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
TACQ2 (Anti-creep 2).
This shows the state of Anti-creep 2.
Segment 1 is on if the contact is closed when Anti-creep 2 has drawn back in.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
TACQ1 (Anti-creep 1).
This shows us the state of Anti-creep 1.
Segment 0 is on if the contact is closed when Anti-creep 1 had drawn back in.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
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OUTPUTS DEFINITIONS
In order to make the outputs visible, we must put the little switch on the left up in the
" RAM " position.
NOTE CONCERNING THE OUTPUTS:
Certain Outputs are ELECTRONIC and can only give out 50 mA under 24V (1.2W
max). We will indicate this by putting (S ELEC) with their definition.
Certain Outputs are DRY relay CONTACTS whose common connection is
accessible. We will indicate this by putting (S CONT) with their definition.
Certain Outputs are DRY relay CONTACTS whose common connection is not
accessible because it is already linked internally to the 24R potential. We will indicate this
by putting (S CONT 24R) with their definition.
It is suitable therefore to interface the outputs in accordance with the component to
command.
• Ram Address 13: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
CREP (Common Position Repeater) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Common Position Repeater (CREP).
If segment 7 blinks, the CREP is " ALIVE".
If segment 7 is off or remains on, the CREP is "DEAD".
Segment 6:
LU (Automatic Car Light) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Automatic Car Light (LU).
Segment 6 is on when the LU output is activated and gives out 0 Volt.
Segment 6 is off when the LU output is de-activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 5:
FE1 (Front Door Close Signal Output) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Front Door Close Signal Output (FE1).
Segment 5 is on if the Front Door Close Signal Output is fed.
Segment 5 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 4:
OU1 (Front Door Open Signal Output) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Front Door Open Signal Output (OU1).
Segment 4 is on if the Front Door Open Signal Output is fed.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3:
CAM (Retiring Ramp).
This shows us the state of the Retiring Ramp output (CAM).
Segment 3 is on if the Retiring Ramp output is activated.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
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Segment 2:
GV/PV (Fast Speed / Slow Speed relay) (S CONT), or V2 (for Freq.Drive).
This shows us the state of the Fast Speed / Slow Speed Relay (GV / GP).
Segment 2 is on if relay GV / PV is supplied to command contactor GV.
Segment 2 is off if the relay GV / PV is not supplied to command contactor PV.
Segment 1:
DE (Down Relay) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Down Relay (DE).
Segment 1 is on if the DE relay is fed.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
MO (Up Relay) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Up Relay (MO).
Segment 0 is on if the MO relay is fed.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 14: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
V1 (Speed 1) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of Speed 1 output.
Segment 7 is on if Speed 1 output is activated.
Segment 7 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 6:
V0 (Speed 0) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Speed 0 output.
Segment 6 is on if Speed 0 output is activated.
Segment 6 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 5: Not used.
Segment 4:
SH8 (Bridge 8) (S ELEC).
This gives us the state of the SH8 output.
Segment 4 is on when SH8 output is activated and gives 0 V.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3:
INH2 (Rear Door Inhibition) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the INH2 output which is activated when the anti-skating
integrator is dropped.
Segment 3 is on when INH2 output is activated and gives 0 V.
Segment 3 is off in the reverse case.
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Segment 2:
INH1 (Front Door Inhibition) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of INH1 output which depends on the option SHTCS (CS Bridge)
address 63 segment 6.
Segment 2 is on when INH1 output is activated and gives 0 V.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 1:
FE2 (Rear Door Close Signal Output) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Rear Door Close Signal Output (FE2).
Segment 1 is on if the Rear Door Close Signal Output is fed.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
OU2 (Rear Door Open Signal Output) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Rear Door Open Signal Output (OU2).
Segment 0 is on if the Rear Door Open Signal Output is fed.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
• Ram Address 15: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
DEF (Fault Light) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Fault Light Output. (DEF).
Segment 7 is on when the Fault Output is activated and gives out 0 V.
Segment 7 is off when the Fault Output is de-activated and gives out 24V.
Segment 6:
GONG (GONG) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the GONG Output (GONG).
Segment 6 is on when the Gong Output is activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 6 is off when the Gong Output is de-activated and gives out 0 Volts.
Segment 5:
FD (Down Arrow) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Down Arrow (FD).
Segment 5 is on when the FD Output is activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 5 is off when the FD Output is de-activated and gives out 0 Volts.
Segment 4:
FM (Up Arrow) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Up Arrow (FM).
Segment 4 is on when the FM Output is activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 4 is off when the FM Output is de-activated and gives out 0 Volts.
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Segment 3:
VSU (Overload Light) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Overload Light Output (VSU).
Segment 3 is on when the VSU Output is activated and gives out 0 Volts.
Segment 3 is off when the VSU Output is de-activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 2:
RF (Buzzer) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Overload Buzzer (RF).
Segment 2 is on when the RF Output is activated and gives out 0 Volts.
Segment 2 is off when the RF Output is de-activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 1:
VHS (Out of Service Light) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Out of Service Light Output. (VHS).
Segment 1 is on when the VHS Output is activated and gives out 0 Volts.
Segment 1 is off when the VHS Output is de-activated and gives out 24 Volts.
Segment 0:
VPMP (Fireman Service Light) (S ELEC).
This shows us the state of the Fireman Light Output (VPMP).
Segment 0 is on when the VPMP Output is activated and gives out 0 Volts.
Segment 0 is off when the VPMP Output is de-activated and gives out 24 Volts.
• Ram Address 16: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: QC0-7 (Car Registration Lights 0 - 7) (S ELEC).
These show us respectively the state of the Car Registration Lights QC0 to QC7.
Outputs QC0 to QC7 are the terminals C0 to C7.
The corresponding segments are on when the Outputs are activated and give out 0 Volts.
The corresponding segments are off when the Outputs are de-activated and give out 24
Volts.
• Ram Address 17: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
ELEC).
7: QC8-15 (Car Registration Lights 8 - 15) (S
They show us respectively the state of the Car Registration Lights QC8 to QC15.
Outputs QC8 to QC15 are the terminals C8 to C15.
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• Ram Address 19: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to 7:
to 7) (S ELEC).
QM0-7 (Hall Call Registration Lights for Up 0
They show us respectively the state of the Hall Call Registration Lights for Up, QM0 to
QM7.
Outputs QM0 to QM7 are the terminals MX to M7.
The corresponding segments are on when the Outputs are activated and give out 0 Volts.
The corresponding segments are off when the Outputs are de-activated and give out 24
Volts.
• Ram Address 1A: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to 7:
to 15) (S ELEC).
QM8-15 (Hall Call Registration Lights for Up 8
They show us respectively the state of the Hall Call Registration Lights for Up, QM8 to
QM15.
Outputs QM8 to QM15 are the terminals M8 to M15.
• Ram Address 1C: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 1 to 7:
to 7) (S ELEC).
QD1-7 (Hall Call Registration Lights for Down 1
They show us respectively the state of the Hall Call Registration Lights for Down, QD1 to
QD7.
Outputs QD1 to QD7 are the terminals D1 to D7.
The corresponding segments are on when the Outputs are activated and give 0 Volts.
The corresponding segments are off when the Outputs are de-activated and give 24 Volts.
Segment 0: Not used
• Ram Address 1D: best displayed in segment mode (S ELEC).
Segment 0 to
7: QD8-15 (for Down 8 to 15).
They show us respectively the state of the Hall Call Registration Lights for down QD8 to
QD15.
Outputs QD8 to QD15 are the terminals D8 to D15.
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• Ram Address IF: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: POS0-7 (Positioning 0 to 7) (S ELEC).
They show us respectively the state of the Positioning Outputs POS0 to POS7.
The corresponding segments are on when the Outputs are activated and give out 0 Volts.
The corresponding segments are off when the Outputs are de-activated and give out 24
Volts.
• Ram Address 20: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 0 to
7: POS8-15 (Positioning 8 to 15) (S ELEC).
They show us respectively the state of the Positioning Outputs POS8 to POS15.
• Ram Address 61: best displayed in segment mode.
Segment 7:
V4 (Valve 4) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of Valve Relay 4.
Segment 7 is on when Valve Relay 4 is fed in order to drive Valve 4.
Segment 7 is out in the reverse case.
Segment 6:
V3 (Valve 3) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of Valve Relay 3.
Segment 6 is on when Valve Relay 3 is fed in order to drive Valve 3.
Segment 6 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 5:
V2 (Valve 2) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of Valve Relay 2.
Segment 5 is on when the Valve Relay 2 is fed in order to drive Valve 2.
Segment 5 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 4:
V1 (Valve 1) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of Valve Relay 1.
Segment 4 is on when Valve Relay 1 is fed in order to drive Valve 1.
Segment 4 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 3: Not used
Segment 2:
L (Line Relay) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Line Relay (L).
Segment 2 is on if Relay L is fed.
Segment 2 is off in the reverse case.
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Segment 1:
∆ (Delta Relay) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Delta Relay.
Segment 1 is on when the Delta Relay is fed.
Segment 1 is off in the reverse case.
Segment 0:
Y (Star Relay) (S CONT).
This shows us the state of the Star Relay.
Segment 0 is on if the Star Relay is fed.
Segment 0 is off in the reverse case.
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CONVERSION TABLE HEXADECIMAL ⇔ DECIMAL
Right hand figure
0
Left
hand
figure
1
2
1
2
0 0
1 16 17 18
2 32 33 34
3 48 49 50
4 64 65 66
5 80 81 82
6 96 97 98
7 112 113 114
8 128 129 130
9 144 145 146
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
3
19
35
51
67
83
99
115
131
147
4
20
36
52
68
84
100
116
132
148
5
21
37
53
69
85
101
117
133
149
6
22
38
54
70
86
102
118
134
150
7
23
39
55
71
87
103
119
135
151
8
24
40
56
72
88
104
120
136
152
9
25
41
57
73
89
105
121
137
153
10
26
42
58
74
90
106
122
138
154
11
27
43
59
75
91
107
123
139
155
12
28
44
60
76
92
108
124
140
156
13
29
45
61
77
93
109
125
141
157
14
30
46
62
78
94
110
126
142
158
15
31
47
63
79
95
111
127
143
159
A 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175
B 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191
C 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207
D 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223
E 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239
F 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255
Using the table:
To convert a hexadecimal number to a decimal number, find the left hand hexadecimal digit in
the left hand column of the table. Follow along the line until it intersects with the right hand digit
to be found in the top row of the table. This value is the decimal equivalent of the hexadecimal
number required.
Example: to convert the hexadecimal number A4 into decimal, follow the row A in the left hand
column until it intersects with the column 4 in the top row. This is the decimal equivalent of A4,
i.e. 164.
To convert a decimal number to a hexadecimal number, find the decimal number in the table.
The first figure of the hexadecimal number is the digit shown in the left hand column of that line,
and the second digit is the digit shown at the top of that column.
Example: to find the hexadecimal equivalent of 206, find that value in the table. The hexadecimal
equivalent is CE.
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CONTROLLER PARAMETERS TABLE (1/2)
Add
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29 to 36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Seg. 7
Seg. 6
REGUL
DPLX
SAPB
2S/RECA
V1
CONFAL
LCF
Seg. 5
Seg. 4
Seg. 3
Seg. 2
CLF - CODE FOR LAST FAULT
CFBL - CODE OF FAULT BEFORE LAST
ISO
RMLIFT
NIVSIN
DSERVS
NBDOR - NUMBER OF DOOR OPERATORS
TOPLEV - TOP LEVEL
BOTLEV -BOTTOM LEVEL
LOBBY - MAIN FLOOR
NODOOR MAN INS
SPL INS
CALSLZ
DIF
ALLAN
CALCAN
GFD
Seg. 1
Seg. 0
OUAVAR
FACTORY
EDOP
RLVDC
DRODD
RLVDO
GONGLEV
DORFALT
FSINS
NOFSDI
FIRESV
OSDC
FIRETYP
TIG - INTEGRATOR’S DURATION (2 TO 45 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
TPV - SLOW SPEED DURATION (3 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
TPLU - AUTOMATIC LIGHT DURATION (2 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
TINS - INSPECTION DURATION (1 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
TCAPGV - TAPE HEAD FAST SPEED TIME (2 TO 25,5 SECONDS [IN 1/10 SECONDS])
TCAPPV - TAPE HEAD SLOW SPEED TIME (3 TO 25,5 SECONDS [IN 1/10 SECONDS])
MSQCAB - MASK FOR CAR CALLS FROM 7 TO 0
MSQCAB - MASK FOR CAR CALLS FROM 15 TO 8
MSQMO - MASK FOR ASCENDING FLOOR CALLS FOR LEVEL FROM 7 TO 1
MSQMO - MASK FOR ASCENDING FLOOR CALLS FOR LEVEL FROM 15 TO 8
MSQDE - MASK FOR DECENDING FLOOR CALLS FOR LEVEL FROM 7 TO 0
MSQDE - MASK FOR DECENDING FLOOR CALLS FOR LEVEL FROM 15 TO 8
TPISO - RELEVELLING TIMING (2 TO 10 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
PVCRH
PVCRB
(with slotted tape)
(with vanes)
(with vanes)
Not used
with slotted tape
{
CROSSED VANES FOR SHORT INTERFLOOR 7-8 / 0-1
CROSSED VANES FOR SHORT INTERFLOOR 15-16 / 8-9
}
Only
with vanes
NUSPLX - NUMBER OF SIMPLEX (00 or 1)
TFR10 - FILTERING OF « 10 » (0 TO 0,5 SECONDS [IN 1/100 SECONDS])
TPRAU - HOMING TIME (1 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
RAUFAC1 RAUFAC2
TRAPM
NIVRAU - HOMING FLOOR
1
TGONG - GONG DURATION (0,1 TO 10 SECONDS [IN /10 SECONDES])
COMDEM - NUMBER OF CAR TRIPS : 2 RIGHT HAND DIGITS
COMDEM - NUMBER OF CAR TRIPS : 2 MIDDLE HAND DIGITS
COMDEM - NUMBER OF CAR TRIPS : 2 LEFT HAND DIGITS
NUMAR0 - ID NUMBER OF THE CONTROLLER (UNITS/DIZAINES)
NUMAR1 - MONTH OF PRODUCTION OF THE CONTROLLER (IN HEXADECIMAL)
NUMAR2 - YEAR OF PRODUCTION OF THE CONTROLLER
REPT00 - POSITION INDICATOR AT LEVEL 00
REPTxx - POSITION INDICATOR AT LEVEL xx
REPT15 - POSITION INDICATOR AT LEVEL 15
ADAPTATION FOR A SPECIFIC NON-CLASSED HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT ( CYHYD )
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
LINE
DELTA
STAR
V4
V3
V2
V1
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
V4
V3
V2
V1
LINE
DELTA
STAR
RGPT
VERSTF1 P1SFCOU P1SFCFE PMAFCP1 MSTPMP1 AMPSEC1 MSTPRP1
TP01 - FRONT DOOR TIME (2 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
TREP1 - FRONT DOOR RE-OPEN TIME (1 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
FRONT
REAR
NIVMHS - OUT OF SERVICE FLOOR
TIRP1 - FRONT DOOR RELAY INVERSION TIME (0 TO 2,55 S. [IN 1/100 SEC])
TFR8 - FILTERING OF « 8 » (0 TO 2,55 S. [IN 1/100 SEC])
TVP1/2 - FRONT AND REAR DOOR LOOK TIME (1 TO 255 S. [IN SEC])
TIGPO1 - FRONT DOOR INTEGRATOR TIME (1 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
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CONTROLLER PARAMETERS TABLE (2/3)
Add
48
49 to 56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
67
68
69 to 76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7E
7F
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CA
CB
CC
CD
CE
CF
A8
A9
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
FF
Seg. 7
RCAME1
N00
RCAME1
Nxx
RCAME1
N15
Seg. 6
Seg. 5
Seg. 4
Seg. 3
Seg. 2
Seg. 1
Seg. 0
PORCAB1 OUAVAP1 STP1OU
SER1I
OUNSIM1
N00
N00
N00
N00
N00
PORCAB1 OUAVAP1 STP1OU
SER1I
OUNSIM1
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
PORCAB1 OUAVAP1 STP1OU
SER1I
OUNSIM1
N15
N15
N15
N15
N15
TDEMYD - STAR/DELTA (Y/D ) START TIME (0 TO 6 SECONDS [IN 1/10 SEC])
TARMVT - MOVEMENT STOP TIME (0 TO 2,55 S. [IN 1/100 SEC])
TPMPVM - SLOW SPEED MOVEMENT PROLONGATION TIME (0 TO 0,5 SEC. [IN 1/100 SEC])
TYPHYD - TYPE OF HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT
RAMDES
BASE8N
DNH
DEMDIR
TAQUET
DPLX
NIVSIN
DSERVS
TRAUN0 - AUTOMATIC HOMING TIME TO LEVEL 0 (0 TO 15 MINUTS. [IN MINUT])
STPREG
DCTQET
REGDRAL
VERSTF2 P2SFCOU P2SFCFE PMAFCP2 MSTPMP2 AMPSEC2 MSTPRP2
TP02 - REAR DOOR TIME (2 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
TREP2 - REAR DOOR RE-OPEN TIME (1 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
OuAvARCli
CABVID
SHTCS/
ISOCLI
RMLIFT
REGUL
TPRAL
TIRP2 - REAR DOOR RELAY INVERSION TIME (0 A 2,55 S. [IN 1/100 SEC])
TIGPO2 - REAR DOOR INTEGRATOR TIME (1 TO 255 SECONDS [IN SECONDS])
RCAME2
PORCAB2 OUAVAP2 STP2OU
SER2I
OUNSIM2
N00
N00
N00
N00
N00
N00
RCAME2
PORCAB2 OUAVAP2 STP2OU
SER2I
OUNSIM2
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
Nxx
PORCAB2 OUAVAP2 STP2OU
SER2I
OUNSIM2
RCAME2
N15
N15
N15
N15
N15
N15
SPG4
SPG3
SPG2
SPG1
SPG4
SPG3
SPG2
SPG1
RF - OVERLOAD BUZZER
VSU - OVERLOAD INDICATOR
VHS - OUT OF SERVICE INDICATOR
GONG - GONG OUTPUT
INH1 - DOOR CELL OVER-RIDE OUTPUT
VPMP - FIRE SERVICE INDICATOR
LU - AUTOMATIC CAR LIGHT
DEF N-2 - FAULT CODE 3
DEF N-3 - FAULT CODE 4
SLOW DOWN DISTANCE AS A FUNCTION OF THE OIL TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE C8 IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE C9 IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE CA IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE CB IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE CC IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE CD IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE CE IS CHOSEN
TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE DISTANCE CF IS CHOSEN
SLOW DOWN DISTANCE AS A FUNCTION OF THE OIL TEMPERATURE
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C0
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C1
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C2
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C3
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C4
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C5
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C6
à SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C7
SLOW DOWN DISTANCE AS A FUNCTION OF THE OIL TEMPERATURE
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C0
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C1
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C2
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C3
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C4
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C5
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C6
Ä SLOW DOWN DISTANCE (EN %) CHOSEN UNTIL TEMPERATURE C7
MINIBLOC
CA
CB
INS
POMP
NIV
10
8
6
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CONTROLLER INPUTS / OUTPUTS TABLE
= ON / REC OFF
Add
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
Seg. 7
C7
C15
Seg. 6
C6
C14
Seg. 5
C5
C13
Seg. 4
C4
C12
Seg. 3
C3
C11
Seg. 2
C2
C10
Seg. 1
C1
C9
Seg. 0
C0
C8
M7
M15
M6
M14
M5
M13
M4
M12
M3
M11
M2
M10
M1
M9
M0
M8
D7
D15
D6
D14
D5
D13
D4
D12
D3
D11
D2
D10
D1
D9
M0
D8
NF7
NF15
NF6
NF14
NF5
NF13
NF4
NF12
NF3
NF11
NF2
NF10
NF1
NF9
NF0
NF8
ED
PH/
MAN/
MTH/
INS/
RP/NHM
NS
COI1
COI2
EXD
STH/
GD
RM/RY
MHS
FCFE1/
FCFE2/
CAB
«8»
MASS/
RD/R∆
POMP/
FCOU1/
FCOU2/
CAA
«6»
FE1
OU1
CAM
DE
MO
INH2
VSU
QC3
QC11
GM
RG/RL
SUSD
CS1/
CS2/
EXM
« 10 »
GV/PV
or V2(VF)
INH1
RF
QC2
QC10
FE2
VHS
QC1
QC9
OU2
VPMP
QC0
QC8
SU
RKISO
RZONE
THV/DNH
PRIC
FF1
FF2
13
CREP
LU/
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
28
61
62
65
V1(VF)
DEF
QC7
QC15
V0(VF)
GONG
QC6
QC14
FD
QC5
QC13
SH8
FM
QC4
QC12
QM7
QM15
QM6
QM14
QM5
QM13
QM4
QM12
QM3
QM11
QM2
QM10
QM1
QM9
QM0
QM8
QD7
QD15
QD6
QD14
QD5
QD13
QD4
QD12
QD3
QD11
QD2
QD10
QD1
QD9
QD0
QD8
POS7
POS15
POS6
POS14
POS5
POS13
POS4
POS12
POS3
POS11
POS2
POS10
POS1
POS9
POS0
POS8
FF
V4(H)
V3(H)
CA
CB
WEIGHT WEAK - ALTITUDE OF THE CAR
WEIGHT STRONG - ALTITUDE OF THE CAR
POSLOG - POSITION OF THE CAR
CL
V2(H)
V1(H)
ECOTAQ
L
∆
IGV
TACQ2
T°HUILE - OIL TEMPERATURE
MINIBLOC
« 10 »
«8»
INS/
POMP/ NIV/ZDEVR
Y
TACQ1
«6»
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FAULT CODES LIST (1/3)
Faults displayed by the 32 series. (BG15 board)
The letter shown in brackets signifies the type of fault.
• (A)
Signifies that the fault is permanent and that the power supply needs to be
turned off and back on again to RESET.
• (B)
Signifies that the fault is temporary and that if the cause of the fault
disappears, the controller will work again as normal.
• (C)
Signifies that the fault is temporary, asked for by the technician when
programming "provisional fault". (DCOPRO - Ad.07 - Bât.06)
• (D)
Signifies that the fault can be ignored if the technician so requires.
• (*)
Signifies that the fault is not registered in the fault list. The fault list on the
Series 32 can be found at addresses 00, 01, 7E, 7F (left hand switch in
lower position). Address 00 shows the last fault and address 7F the oldest
fault.
BEFORE LEAVING THE SITE, SET THE FAULT LIST BACK TO 00. IN
THIS WAY YOU CAN KEEP BETTER TRACK OF ANY BREAKDOWNS.
FAULT N°
DESIGNATION
-01-
0V CONNECTED TO EARTH.
(B)
-02-
SLOW SPEED TIME EXCEEDED.
(A)
-03-
INSPECTION TIME EXCEEDED.
(D)
-04-
SAFETY LANE CUT BEFORE « 6 ».
(B)
-05-
FAN THERMISTOR (THV).
(B)
-06-
CONTINUAL ABSENCE OF « 10 » WHEN RETURNING TO GROUND.
(A)
-07-
ERROR IN THE PROGRAMMING OF THE SPG1 TO SPG4 OUTPUTS.
(A)
-08-
DEPARTURE DELAY (SUSD).
( B,*)
-09-
MOTOR THERMISTOR (STH).
(B)
-10-
INVERSION IN THE ROTATION DIRECTION (DETECTED BY THE
TAPE HEAD)
(A)
-11-
INCORRECT READING BY THE TAPE HEAD OR PROBLEM WITH
FUSES FU3 AND FU4.
(A)
-12-
ONE OF THE CONTACTORS NOT DROPPED ON ARRIVAL.
(C)
-13-
FAST SPEED CONTACTOR NOT DROPPED IN SLOW SPEED
(C)
-14-
SLOW SPEED CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED WHEN REQUIRED
(C)
-15-
MO OR DE CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED WHEN REQUIRED OR
FU9 OUT OF SERVICE (24R).
(C)
-16-
UP END LIMIT ON TEST (FREV).
( B,*)
WARNING :
PLEASE TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU SEND US YOUR ELECTRONIC BOARDS
(USE ANTI-STATIC BAGS)
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FAULT CODES LIST (2/3)
FAULT N°
DESIGNATION
-17-
PHASE FAILURE OR INVERSION (PH).
(B)
-18-
RESET IMPOSSIBLE DUE TO FALSE INFORMATION FROM THE
TAPE HEAD.
(A)
-19-
« 8 » HAS BEEN CUT WHILE LIFT IN MOTION.
(B)
-20-
OIL TEMPERATURE
CONNECTED.
-21-
« 10 » MISSING.
(B)
-22-
SLIP INTEGRATOR.
(A)
-23-
« 6 » CUT WHILE LIFT IN MOTION OR SEE BRIDGE 0V, CS FOR NO
CAR DOORS.
(B)
-26-
TAPE HEAD FAULT BEAM A.
(A)
-27-
TAPE HEAD FAULT BEAM B.
(A)
-28-
ONE OF THE CONTACTORS NOT DROPPED BEFORE MOTION.
(C)
-29-
FAST SPEED « GV » CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED WHEN
REQUIRED.
(C)
-30-
SLOW SPEED « PV » CONTACTOR NOT DROPPED WHEN FAST
SPEED « GV » REQUIRED.
(C)
-31-
OVERLOAD FAULT (SU).
( B,*)
-36-
MAIN FLOOR IS SET HIGHER THAN HIGHEST LEVEL.
(A)
-37-
MORE THAN 16 LEVELS ARE PROGRAMMED (8 IF SELECTIVE
ACCESS).
(A)
-38-
RESET, HOMING, OR OUT OF SERVICE FLOOR IS ABOVE HIGHEST
FLOOR.
(A)
-39-
MAINS POWER IS TOO WEAK.
(B)
-40-
MAINS POWER IS TOO STRONG.
(B)
-41-
« 8 » IS CUT,
ORIENTATION.
DURING
(B)
-42-
ERROR IN THE PROGRAMMING OF THE NUMBER OF DOOR
OPERATORS (EXCEED 2).
(A)
-43-
END LIMIT NECESSARY FOR CAR DOOR OPERATOR
(A)
-44-
« 10 » NOT ESTABLISHED FOR OPERATOR 1 OR 2.
(B)
-46-
DOOR 1 OPEN LIMIT NOT REACHED.
(C)
-47-
DOOR 2 OPEN LIMIT NOT REACHED.
(C)
-48-
DOOR 1 CLOSE LIMIT NOT REACHED.
(C)
-49-
DOOR 2 CLOSE LIMIT NOT REACHED
(C)
-50-
OUT OF SERVICE MODE (MHS).
( B,*)
-51-
GOODS CONTROL MODE (PRIC).
( B,*)
-52-
« 10 » CUT WHILE IN MOTION.
(B)
-53-
FIRE SERVICE MODE (POM).
( B,*)
-54-
NON STOP OR FULL MODE (NS).
( B,*)
-55-
« ISO » RELEVELLING CONTACTOR NOT DROPPED.
(A)
EXCEEDS
AUTOMATIC
100°C
DOOR
IS
OR
GAUGE
CLOSED
NOT
(B)
WARNING :
PLEASE TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU SEND US YOUR ELECTRONIC BOARDS
(USE ANTI-STATIC BAGS)
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FAULT CODES LIST (3/3)
FAULT N°
DESIGNATION
-56-
« ISO » RELEVELLING
REQUIRED.
CONTACTOR
NOT
ENERGISED
WHEN
(B)
-57-
LIFT HAS GONE PAST RELEVELLING ZONE DURING RELEVELLING
MOVEMENT.
(A)
-58-
MORE THAN 6 RELEVELLING MOVEMENTS.
(B)
-59-
RELEVELLING MOVEMENT EXCEEDS RELEVELLING TIME.
(A)
-60-
MAXIMUM PROGRAMMED HEIGHT IS TOO HIGH.
(A)
-61-
ERROR IN THE FLOOR PROGRAMMING.
(A)
-62-
FAULT WITH THE O03 TAPE HEAD.
(A)
-63-
CAR IS AT THE TOP AND THE BOTTOM AT THE SAME TIME, OR
O03 TAPE HEAD NOT POWERED.
(A)
-64-
CAR INSPECTION AND MACHINE ROOM INSPECTION SWITCHED
ON AT THE SAME TIME.
(B)
-65-
PERMANENT FAULT ON THE VF. CHECK THE FAULT CODE ON
THE MLIFT.
-66-
TEMPORARY FAULT CODE ON THE VF. CHECK THE FAULT CODE
ON THE MLIFT.
-69-
MOVEMENTS AFTER SAFETY LANE LIMITS HAVE BEEN CUT.
(A)
-70-
ANTI-CREEP NOT DROPPED WHEN REQUIRED.
(A)
-71-
ANTI-CREEP DROPPED WHILE CAR IN MOTION.
(B)
-72-
ANTI-CREEP NOT DROPPED WHEN CAR AT REST.
(A)
-73-
OIL LEVEL FAULT.
(A)
-74-
MINIMUM OIL LEVEL.
(A)
-75-
STAR CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED WHEN REQUIRED.
(C)
-76-
DELTA CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED WHEN REQUIRED.
(C)
-77-
LIGNE CONTACTOR NOT ENERGISED WHEN REQUIRED.
(C)
-78-
STAR OR DELTA CONTACTOR NOT DROPPED.
(C)
-79-
OIL TEMPERATURE TOO HIGH.
(C)
WARNING:
PLEASE TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU SEND US YOUR ELECTRONIC BOARDS
(USE ANTI-STATIC BAGS)
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PARAMETERS CONCERNED THE SLOTTED TAPE
ZONEPV = SLOW SPEED ZONE
ZDEVER = DOWN DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE
ZONARD = DOWN STOPPING ZONE
STOPPING POINT
LEVEL L
ZONARM = UP STOPPING ZONE
ZDEVER = UP DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE
ZONEPV = SLOW SPEED ZONE
Name
Designation
Address
ZDEVER
DOOR UNLOCKING ZONE ...............................................
d4 and d5
ZONARM
UP STOPPING ZONE .......................................................
d2
ZONARD
DOWN STOPPING ZONE .................................................
d3
ZONYST
HYSTERISIS ZONE ...........................................................
b6
Parameters linked to the relevelling
TPISO
RELEVELLING TIMING
19
BNDISO
RELEVELLING JUMP .......................................................
bC
ZONARI
RELEVELLING STOPPING ZONE ....................................
d7
Parameters linked to the slow-down distance
DMINV2
MINIMUM DISTANCE FOR V2...........................................
d8 and d9
ZONPV1
SLOW SPEED ZONE 1 = V1 SLOW DOWN DISTANCE ..
dA and db
ZONPV2
SLOW SPEED ZONE 2 = V2 SLOW DOWN DISTANCE ..
d0 and d1
Parameters linked to the floor heights
ALTNIV00
to
ALTNIV11
…
ALTNIV15
Floor Height Level 00 .......................................................
to
Floor Height Level 11 (Alpha Serie) .....................................
…
Floor Height Level 15 (32 Serie)..........................................
81 and 80
to
8F and 8E
…
9F and 9E
automatic set-up of levels
For the floor heights
All of the information shown in the above table is shown in millimetres and in
decimal, except the floor heights.
When the information is given over 2 addresses, the first address shows the
thousands and hundreds, and the second shows the tens and units.
Example:
For a slow-down distance (or slow speed zone) of 800 mm (80 cm), you will read 08 at
address d0, and 00 at address d1, i.e. 0800 millimetres.
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ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS (1/5)
L3
Fuse : 380 V dim: 6 X 32
L2
6A
6A
LA 32 TB 191
4A
4A
2A
2A
GE 32
L1
L1P
L2P
L3P
PE
N°2
8 kW / 11 HP / 20 A
PE L1 L2 L3
L3
L2
L1
PE
N
BG22
L3P
L2P
KT1
L1P
PE
GE32
LA32
Terminals
VF SIDE
L1P
A
L2 P
D
C
RPH
H
C
PH
0V
BH08
Phasefail
detector
Board
MODEL 2
G
3 PHASE
NETWORK
CURRENT FILTER
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
PE L1' L2' L3'
400
0
6
4
2
5
3
1
L
220
(0051)
KT3
Main Board BG15
K62
KT2
+24
KC22
12
18
VAC VAC
J1
~
VEC07
-
~
~
+19
CURRENT
MEASURING
DEVICE
SUPPLY
12 VAC
+
PROTISTOR
FU+
*
-19
- +
KT2
CAB
KM12
MAN
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
48 VDC / 180 VDC
KC23
INS
A
RS
3
4
2
18
+550VF
K5
K10
0VF
8
10
MO
0V
ST
SAFETY LANE
DISCONNECTION
SWITCH
VEC05
X2
CURRENT
MEASURING DEVICE
K8
HEAD
DISSIPATOR
TEMPERATURE
SONDE
VEC05
Y2
6
8
SAFETY LANE
DOOR
CLOSED
CONTACT
T3
A2
A2
BR ~
RC
VENT
22
FR
S ~
COM3
A1
To
isolating
terminal block
RS
54
L
21
COM2
RC
A1
S
Parameter/
diagnostic
tool
A2
L ~
RC
A1
53
L
S
10
COM1
K14
K15
BR
7
5
4
2
3
1
-
+
BR
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
TR
0VMAN
K4
INS
MAN
vent
fr
l
s
KC22(Bottom)
RR
CAB CAA
+24
+24
RED
S
DE
K30
Z1
+BR
MO
K12
Z2
VEC05
CAB CAA
DOOR
LOCKED
CONTACT
VEC05
A
6
+24
CAB CAA 0V
10
14 point
flat
cable
Y1
8
KC22
0V
+24
O03
TAPE-HEAD
VENT
VEC05
SCREENED
CABLE
RS
FuVE
500mA
Motor current
measuring
device
X1
T2
-BR
DE
K1
K9
RECUP
VEC05
L
K28
CASING
EARTH
0
VEC05
T1
CV
VEC14
VEC01
CR
3 PHASE
MOTOR
CURRENT FILTER
12 VAC
SUPPLY
1S
1S
18
K1
0
EARTH CONNECTION
WITH A METAL SPACER
BRAKE
K30
6
Isolating terminal
blocks
S
1
M
3~
0V
CAA
K30
0V
CAI CBI
GREEN
BLACK WHITE
RR = Regenerative
Resistors
61
INCREMENTAL
ENCODER
CCL 0V
CCS
61
S
L
62
62
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ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS (2/5)
N°3
L3
Fuse : 380 V dim: 6 X 32
L2
L1
L1P
L2P
L3P
PE
32 GE 32 LATB
191
6A
4A
6A
4A
2A
2A
12 kW / 16,5 HP / 30 A
PE L1 L2 L3
L3
L2
L1
PE
N
N°4
BG22
L3P
L2P
KT1
L1P
PE
GE32
LA32
Terminals
VF SIDE
L1P
A
L2 P
D
C
BH08
15,5 kW / 21 HP / 40 A
Phasefail
detector
Board
RPH
H
C
PH
0V
MODELS 3 / 4
G
3 PHASE
NETWORK
CURRENT FILTER
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
PE L1' L2' L3'
400
0
6
4
2
5
3
1
L
220
(0051)
KT3
Main Board BG15
K62
KT2
+24
KC22
12 18
VAC VAC
J1
~
VEC07
-
~
~
CURRENT
MEASURING
DEVICE
SUPPLY
12 VAC
+
PROTISTOR
FU+
-19
- +
KT2
KM12
MAN
*
KC23
INS
A
RS
1S
18
K1
0
18
+550VF
EARTH CONNECTION
WITH A METAL SPACER
K5
K10
0VF
3 PHASE
MOTOR
CURRENT FILTER
VEC05
0V
ST
10
MO
X2
K8
HEAD
DISSIPATOR
TEMPERATURE
SONDE
VEC05
Y2
6
8
DOOR
CLOSED
CONTACT
A2
A2
BR ~
RC
22
VENT
Parameter/
diagnostic
tool
FR
S ~
COM3
A1
To
isolating
terminal block
RS
54
L
21
VENT COM2
RC
A1
53
L
S
10
COM1
K14
K15
BR
7
5
4
2
3
1
-
+
RR
BR
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
TR
RR = Regenerative
Resistors
CAB CAA
0VMAN
K4
+24
INS
MAN
vent
fr
l
+24
RED
S
DE
K30
s
KC22(Bottom)
+BR
MO
K12
Z2
VEC05
CAB CAA
A2
L ~
RC
A1
Z1
6
+24
CAB CAA 0V
DOOR
LOCKED
CONTACT
VEC05
T3
A
8
KC22
10
14 point
flat
cable
Y1
-BR
DE
0V +24
O03
TAPE-HEAD
SAFETY LANE
S
VEC05
SCREENED
CABLE
RS
FuVE
500mA
Motor current
measuring
device
X1
T2
L
K28
K1
K9
VEC05
12 VAC
SUPPLY
8
CASING
EARTH
SAFETY LANE
DISCONNECTION
SWITCH
VEC05
CURRENT
MEASURING DEVICE
CV
0
RECUP
T1
1S
VEC14
VEC01
CR
BRAKE
K30
6
Isolating terminal
blocks
S
1
M
3~
CAB
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
48 VDC / 180 VDC
3
4
2
0V
CAA
+19
K30
0V
CAI CBI
GREEN
BLACK WHITE
61
INCREMENTAL
ENCODER
CCL 0V
CCS
61
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ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS (3/5)
L3
Fuse : 380 V dim: 6 X 32
L2
GE 32
L1
PE L1 L2 L3
L3
L2
L1
PE
N
6A
6A
2A
L1P
L2P
L3P
PE
N°5
LA 32 TB 191
4A
4A
2A
20,6 kW / 28 HP / 50 A
BG22
L3P
L2P
KT1
L1P
PE
GE32
LA32
Terminals
VF SIDE
L1P
A
L2 P
D
C
BH08
Phasefail
detector
Board
RPH
H
C
PH
0V
MODEL 5
G
3 PHASE
NETWORK
CURRENT FILTER
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
PE L1' L2' L3'
400
0
6
4
2
5
3
1
L
220
(0051)
KT3
Main Board BG15
K62
KT2
+24
KC22
12
18
VAC VAC
J1
~
VEC07
-
~
~
+19
CURRENT
MEASURING
DEVICE
SUPPLY
12 VAC
+
PROTISTOR
FU+
*
-19
- +
KT2
CAB
KM12
MAN
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
48 VDC / 180 VDC
KC23
INS
A
RS
3
4
2
18
+550VF
K5
K10
0VF
8
10
MO
0V
ST
SAFETY LANE
DISCONNECTION
SWITCH
VEC05
X2
CURRENT
MEASURING DEVICE
K8
HEAD
DISSIPATOR
TEMPERATURE
SONDE
VEC05
Y2
6
8
SAFETY LANE
DOOR
CLOSED
CONTACT
T3
A2
A2
BR ~
RC
VENT
22
FR
S ~
COM3
A1
To
isolating
terminal block
RS
54
L
21
COM2
RC
A1
S
Parameter/
diagnostic
tool
A2
L ~
RC
A1
53
L
S
10
COM1
K14
K15
BR
7
5
4
2
3
1
BR
TR
RR = Regenerative
Resistors
vent
fr
l
s
K30
0V
CAI CBI
GREEN
BLACK WHITE
+
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
61
S
INCREMENTAL
ENCODER
CCL 0V
CCS
62
-
0VMAN
K4
INS
MAN
KC22(Bottom)
RR
CAB CAA
+24
+24
RED
S
DE
K30
Z1
+BR
MO
K12
Z2
VEC05
CAB CAA
DOOR
LOCKED
CONTACT
VEC05
A
6
+24
CAB CAA 0V
10
14 point
flat
cable
Y1
8
KC22
0V
+24
O03
TAPE-HEAD
VENT
VEC05
SCREENED
CABLE
RS
FuVE
500mA
Motor current
measuring
device
X1
T2
-BR
DE
K1
K9
RECUP
VEC05
L
K28
CASING
EARTH
0
VEC05
T1
CV
VEC14
VEC01
CR
3 PHASE
MOTOR
CURRENT FILTER
12 VAC
SUPPLY
1S
1S
18
K1
0
EARTH CONNECTION
WITH A METAL SPACER
BRAKE
K30
6
Isolating terminal
blocks
S
1
M
3~
0V
CAA
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L3
Fuse : 380 V dim: 6 X 32
L2
L1P
L2P
L3P
PE
N°6
LA 32 TB 191
4A
4A
2A
GE 32
L1
6A
6A
2A
25 kW / 34 HP / 70 A
PE L1 L2 L3
L3
L2
L1
PE
N
Chapter VII - Page 105
BG22
L3P
L2P
KT1
L1P
PE
GE32
LA32
Terminals
VF SIDE
L1P
A
L2 P
D
C
BH08
Phasefail
detector
Board
RPH
H
C
PH
0V
MODEL 6
G
3 PHASE
NETWORK
CURRENT FILTER
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
PE L1' L2' L3'
400
0
6
4
2
5
3
1
L
220
(0051)
KT3
Main Board BG15
K62
KT2
+24
0V
KC22
12 18
VAC VAC
J1
~
VEC07
-
~
~
+19
CURRENT
MEASURING
DEVICE
SUPPLY
12 VAC
+
PROTISTOR
FU+
*
-19
- +
CAA
KT2
CAB
KM12
MAN
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
48 VDC / 180 VDC
KC23
INS
A
RS
3
4
2
18
+550VF
K5
K10
0VF
3 PHASE
MOTOR
CURRENT FILTER
10
MO
0V
ST
SAFETY LANE
DISCONNECTION
SWITCH
VEC05
X2
X1
CURRENT
MEASURING DEVICE
VEC05
T2
Y2
K8
HEAD
DISSIPATOR
TEMPERATURE
SONDE
SCREENED
CABLE
RS
6
8
SAFETY LANE
T3
A2
A2
BR ~
RC
Motor current
measuring
device
22
FR
COM3
A1
To
isolating
terminal block
RS
L
21
COM2
S ~
54
S
VENT
RC
A1
VENT
Parameter/
diagnostic
tool
A2
L ~
RC
A1
53
L
S
10
COM1
K14
K15
BR
7
5
4
2
3
1
-
+
BR
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
TR
RR = Regenerative
Resistors
0VMAN
K4
INS
MAN
vent
fr
l
s
KC22(Bottom)
RR
CAB CAA
+24
+24
RED
S
DE
K30
Z1
+BR
MO
K12
Z2
VEC05
CAB CAA
DOOR
LOCKED
CONTACT
DOOR
CLOSED
CONTACT
VEC05
A
6
+24
CAB CAA 0V
10
14 point
flat
cable
Y1
8
KC22
0V
+24
O03
TAPE-HEAD
FuVE
500mA
VEC05
-BR
DE
K1
K9
RECUP
VEC05
L
K28
CASING
EARTH
0
VEC05
T1
CV
VEC14
VEC01
CR
12 VAC
SUPPLY
1S
1S
18
K1
0
EARTH CONNECTION
WITH A METAL SPACER
BRAKE
8
Isolating terminal
blocks
S
1
M
3~
K30
6
K30
0V
CAI CBI
GREEN
BLACK WHITE
61
INCREMENTAL
ENCODER
CCL 0V
CCS
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ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS (5/5)
L3
Fuse : 380 V dim: 6 X 32
L2
6A
6A
2A
L1P
L2P
L3P
PE
N°7
LA 32 TB 191
4A
4A
2A
GE 32
L1
34,6 kW / 47 HP / 81 A
PE L1 L2 L3
L3
L2
L1
PE
N
BG22
L3P
L2P
KT1
L1P
PE
GE32
LA32
Terminals
VF SIDE
L1P
A
L2 P
D
C
BH08
Phasefail
detector
Board
RPH
H
C
PH
0V
MODEL 7
G
3 PHASE
NETWORK
CURRENT FILTER
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
PE L1' L2' L3'
400
0
6
4
2
5
3
1
L
220
(0051)
KT3
Main Board BG15
K62
KT2
+24
0V
KC22
12
18
VAC VAC
J1
~
VEC07
~
~
-
+19
CURRENT
MEASURING
DEVICE
SUPPLY
12 VAC
+
*
-19
- +
CAA
KT2
CAB
KM12
MAN
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
48 VDC / 180 VDC
KC23
INS
A
PROTISTOR
FU+
RS
3
4
2
6 x 2200µF
18
+550VF
K5
K10
0VF
VEC14
0V
ST
VEC05
SAFETY LANE
DISCONNECTION
SWITCH
VEC05
T1
X2
K8
VEC05
CURRENT
MEASURING DEVICE
VEC05
T2
HEAD
DISSIPATOR
TEMPERATURE
SONDE
Y2
-BR
BR
6
7
5
4
2
3
1
T3
-
+
BRAKE
POWER SUPPLY
DE
KC22
+24
CAB CAA 0V
VEC05
3
DOOR
CLOSED
CONTACT
A2
DOOR
LOCKED
CONTACT
A2
BR ~
RC
VENT
22
FR
S ~
COM3
A1
To
isolating
terminal block
RS
54
L
21
COM2
RC
A1
S
Parameter/
diagnostic
tool
A2
L ~
RC
A1
53
L
S
10
COM1
K14
K15
DE
CAB CAA
0VMAN
K4
+24
INS
MAN
vent
fr
l
s
Z1
KC22(Bottom)
RR
MO
K12
K30
+24
RED
TR
CAB CAA
0V
+24
O03
TAPE-HEAD
SAFETY LANE
Z2
2
S
BR
K28
10
VEC05
+BR
8
8
14 point
flat
cable
Y1
L
6
VENT
VEC05
SCREENED
CABLE
RS
FuVE
500mA
Motor current
measuring
device
X1
A
MO
K1
K9
RECUP
12 VAC
SUPPLY
10
CASING
EARTH
0
VEC01
CR
3 PHASE
MOTOR
CURRENT
FILTER
CV
1S
1S
18
K1
0
EARTH CONNECTION
WITH A METAL SPACER
BRAKE
8
Isolating terminal
blocks
S
1
M
3~
K30
6
K30
0V
CAI CBI
GREEN
BLACK WHITE
RR = Regenerative Resistors
in separte cabinet
61
1
INCREMENTAL
ENCODER
CCL 0V
CCS
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THREE PHASES OR SINGLE PHASE DOOR OPERATOR, FRONT AND REAR DOORS
L3
L2
L1
L3PA
2A
L2PA
2A
L1PA
2A
N
N
PE
Earth
L3
L3PA
L2
L1
BG15 Main board
BG19 Board
2A
L2PA
2A
L1PA
2A
N
N
PE
Earth
2°nd automatic
door board
1
3
5
1
3
1
5
OU1
2
4
6
2
4
3
5
1
3
5
OU1
FE1
FE1
2
6
4
6
2
4
1
3
5
1
3
5
2
4
6
2
4
6
OU2
6
FE2
KA15
KA14
UT1 VT1 WT1
UT1 VT1 WT1
P253MV
RC+ECRETEUR
430V maxi.
U1
V1
FROM
COM4
Connector (KA15)
BG19 board
P253MV
RC+ECRETEUR
430V maxi.
OU1
W1
3 PHASE
FRONT DOOR
MOTOR
M1
3~
UT2 VT2 WT2
TO
COM3
Connector (KA14)
BG15 Main board
1S
FE1
OU2
FE2
U1
ISOLATING
TERMINAL BLOCKS
RS
V1
P253MV
RC+ECRETEUR
430V maxi.
W1
U2
PH1
L6
PH2
L5
M2
3~
FRONT DOOR
REAR DOOR
L4PA 2A
L6PA 2A
48VDC INJECTION FOR AUTOMATIC DOOR
L5PA 2A
1
3
5
1
3
5
2
4
6
2
4
6
OU1
POWER
INJECTION
FE1
FU "INJ"
1.6 A
Phase displacement
Capacitor
A
SINGLE-PHASE
FRONT DOOR
MOTOR
A = Auxiliairy
P = Principal
P
6 1
3 8
P251
FE2
FE1
UT1 VT1 WT1
FRONT DOOR
REAR DOOR
OU2
OU1
-RD
IO1
IR1
W2
M1
3~
CASING EARTH
L4
V2
IF1
IO2
WIRING FOR CLIENTS
IR2
IF2
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TRACTION MOTOR FAN
TRIPHASE
SUPPLY
SINGLE PHASE
SUPPLY
MAIN BOARD
Lift Command
0V
1
3
5
2
4
6
VENT
+ RTH
(optional)
1
3
5
2
4
6
95
96
THV
K62
THV
98
THV
97
CLIENT
WIRING
THV1
THV2
THV1
THV2
THV3
VENT
U
V
M
1~
U2 V2 W2
OR
TRACTION MOTOR FAN
SINGLE OR TRIPHASE
M2
3~
RS
CASING
EARTH
TCV
θ
1S
FAN
THERMO-CONTACT