The Windcrest Windcrest Remote Alarm for Passenger and Goods

The Windcrest Windcrest Remote Alarm for Passenger and Goods
The Windcrest Remote Alarm for Passenger and Goods Lifts
with Optional BS EN81-28 & BS EN81-70
1. Identify the Equipment and carry out a Risk Assessment before
installation
AD1000EN1R
Main Unit
EN1
Speaker Box in
Lift Car
AD1000EN3R
Main Unit
EN1
Speaker Box in
Lift car
Top of Car
1 Button
Speaker box
AD1000EN4R
Main Unit
EN4
with Intercom
Speaker Box in
Lift car
Top of Car
2 Button
Speaker box
Lift Pit
1 button
Speaker
box
Lift Pit
2 button
Speaker
box
Main Unit EN1
with ALARM
Filter
Speaker Box
in Lift Car with
Pictogram
AD1000EN3R-28
Main Unit EN1
with ALARM
Filter
Speaker Box
in Lift Car with
Pictogram
Top of Car
1 Button
Speaker box
Lift Pit
1 button
Speaker
box
AD1000EN4R-28
Main Unit EN4
with Intercom
& ALARM
Filter
Speaker Box
in Lift Car with
Pictogram
Top of Car
2 Button
Speaker box
Lift Pit
2 button
Speaker
box
AD1000EN1R-28
BS EN81-28 & BS EN81-70 may require equipment and facilities in addition
to the standard equipment listed above. Example: Inductive Loop Amplifiers,
Speech Synthesis units etc. The rescue service operator i.e. recipient of the
Emergency calls from autodialler should have a telephone system which can
generate DTMF tones in accordance to British Standards.
Non-Standard or Special Installation with other equipment go to Section 2.1
Common to all types of equipment
The Phone line (Analogue on 2 wires) goes to the Main unit and it is thereafter
switched to any specific Speaker box assembly. Speech synthesis prompts are
provided to assist and reassure the passenger; hence all wires have to be
connected.
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Main voltage (230V ac) is used and all normal safety considerations must be given in
accordance with current IEEE regulation. The product complies with EMC
regulations and BT Approvals. (Use Screened & Twisted Cable for all installations.
However, acceptable results have been obtained using standard cable.)
These instructions are “Fast Track” information for “Qualified Lift Engineers” and
further information can be obtained from our offices on request.
WARNING
If SP Bit 2 is set to a 1 [YES], the Automated test facility will be enabled i.e. a
call to the 5th telephone number will be made after 70 hours, and if not
responded to, a call will be made Every 15 minutes for up to 6 times, and then
again after 70 hours. During these attempts the programmer will display ‘C/S
Busy’ to indicate that Central Station is not answering a call.
1.1 AD1000EN-1 Installation
Main Unit Installation in Motor/Pump room
Advantages
Disadvantages
-Easy to Work with
-Customer can change Phone numbers
-Mains and Phone Line access
-6 wires required to Lift car (9 wires for AD1000EN-1-28)
-Have to Extend Speaker box cable
-May require terminal blocks
Main Unit Installed On Top of the Lift Car
Advantages
Disadvantages
-2 wires required to Motor/Pump room
-Installer has access to equipment only
-Plug & Socket installation
-Cramped working conditions
-Connecting to Mains
Connection
See Diagram and Programme as required.
2.1 Special Installations
These types of installations include the installation of the AD1000EN range of
products with other facilities. Such requirements may include Hand-winding Intercom
facility, Fire-fighting Intercom and Evacuation facility.
In all cases, it is recommended that the AD1000EN Main unit is installed in the
Motor/Pump room, as interconnecting cables to and from the additional equipment
will be most probably required.
Appropriate instructions will be provided for the installation of the additional
equipment, which is to be used with these instructions.
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3.1 AD1000EN-3 Installation
Main Unit Installation in Motor/Pump room
Advantages
Disadvantages
-Easy to Work with
-Customer can change Phone numbers
-Mains and Phone Line access
-6 wires required to Lift car Speaker (9 wires for AD1000EN-128)
-Have to extend Lift Speaker cables
-4 wires required for Top of car Speaker
-4 wires required for Pit Speaker box
-Will require terminal blocks
Main Unit Installed On Top of the Lift Car
Advantages
-2 wires required to Motor/Pump room
-Installer has access to equipment only
-Plug & Socket installation
-May be able to install Pit speaker box on the Bottom of the Lift
car rather than in the Pit. (Seek advice).
Disadvantages
-Cramped working conditions
-Connecting to Mains
-May require 4 additional wires, via the Motor/Pump room, if
the Pit Speaker box is to be installed in the Pit
Connection
See Diagram and Programme as required.
4.1 AD1000EN-4 Installation
Install the Main Unit in the Motor/Pump room
Install the Main unit near or on the Lift Controller, so that the intercom facility can be
operated Hand-winding the passenger etc.
See Drawing and Programme as required.
5.1 Pictogram Connection
1. Connect the “RED” wire from speaker box to the “+” terminal on the autodialler
unit.
2. Connect the “YELLOW” wire from speaker box to the “Y” terminal on the
autodialler unit.
3. Connect the “GREEN” wire from speaker box to the “G” terminal on the autodialler
unit.
4. Connect a loop/link between “PF” and “-“ terminals on the autodialler unit.
3
4
15 way D Socket
for the Programmer
Yellow
Red
New Link wire
BATT
- - + AC
PUSH
Push Button to
Hold Down when
Recording Lift
Location
ALARM
PUSH
Use Terminals
A & B or 2 & 5
ONLY
Telephone Cable
to Exchange or
PABX if in an
Office Building
Tel: 0208 795 0333
Fax: 0208 795 0444
24/06/04
Speaker
Box in
Lift car
with EN70
Pictogram
If the Main unit is
Mounted in the
Motor/Pump
Room, Extend all
the Speaker box
cables using 4
Terminal Blocks
4 Way Cable
All wires must
be used
Drawing: EN-1 drawing
White Cable
for Pictogram
and/or
Inductive
Loop
Trailing
Cables
Screened
and Twisted
if Possible
Windcrest
If the Main unit is
Mounted on the Lift
car, extend only the
2 Way
Phone line coming in,
using Terminal blocks
(Red & White wires) or
a BT Socket
Terminals 2 & 5
Wiring of the AD1000EN-1R
Black
Green
s
A TC PT M + +
*
(By Called Person pressing a Star ( ) on his phone.)
PF & Y Make when ALARM Activated
PF & G Make when ALARM Acknowledge
Use the Voltage Free Contacts (Max Load
500 mAmp 24V) to switch ON/OFF the
Lamp/LED in the ALARM push.
Q
A
NO BT G Y PF Ser Eng
LINE
Lamp
If the Main unit is
mounted on the Lift
car, 2 way trailing
cable will be
required.
NB:
If the main Unit is
mounted in the
Motor/Pump room,
9 way Trailing cable
will be required.
Backup Battery MUST be
connected the correct way around.
If not, the PCB tracked Fuse will blow.
IMPORTANT:
{
ALARM
PUSH
s
A TC PT M + +
BATT
- - + AC
PUSH
Speaker
Box in
Lift car
Speaker Box
4 Way
in k
Wiring of the AD1000EN-3
For Pictogram wiring follow
AD1000EN-1R Drawing
NO BT G Y PF Ser Eng
LINE
Lamp
"System Ready"
12V ok LED
Backup Battery MUST be
connected the correct way around.
If not, the PCB tracked Fuse will blow.
IMPORTANT:
Connect the lead with the BT Plug into
the phone socket of the Building's
phone system. (The phone line Must
be on 2 wires analogue system)
B lac
Pink
w
Re d/
5
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15 way D Socket
for the Programmer
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R e d /P
Ye
G ra y
B lack/
B lu
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Drawing: enint3
Tel: 0208 795 0333
Fax: 0208 795 0444
12/04/03
All cable used in the
installation should
be Screened and
Twisted to minimise
Electrical Noise
Pit Speaker
Not Used
Speaker Box
Terminal Connector
Top of Car
Windcrest
Speaker Box
Not Used
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e
Yello
Blu
6
NO BT G Y PF Ser Eng
LINE
Lamp
n
Gree
Yellow
PUSH
4
White
Red
Green
5
2
- -
Tel: 0208 795 0333
Fax: 0208 795 0444
20/03/03
All other unconnected
terminals shown, may
be pre-wired
All cable used in the
installation should
be Screened and
Twisted to minimise
Electrical Noise
Drawing: enint_4
+ +
W ind c r est
Speaker in the Lift Pit
(and on Top of Car)
with a Button for
activating the Intercom
facility by pressing of
the Black Button via
White & Green wires
Green
Yellow
Blue
3
MR/S
Wiring of the AD1000EN-4
Speaker Box
Red/Pink &
White
BATT
- - + AC
Black/Gray
Blue
Junction Box
nk
Pi
d/ hite
e
R W
&
s
A TC PT M + +
Blue
Speech
Synthesis
Prompts
t
Top of Car
For Pictogram
wiring follow
AD1000EN-1R
Drawing
IMPORTANT:
p
Lift car
Use
Terminals
2,3,4,&5
"System Ready"
Backup Battery MUST be
connected the correct way around.
If not, the PCB tracked Fuse will blow.
P TOP/D TOP/S T
Speaker Box
BT
Socket
ALARM
PUSH
15 way D Socket
for the Programmer
5V ok LED
Connect the lead with the BT Plug into
the phone socket of the Building's
phone system. (The phone line Must
be on 2 wires analogue system)
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PIT/S
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PIT/D
B la
CAR/D CAR/S C
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ALARM
PUSH
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Battery
Pack
ALARM
PUSH
Battery Pack
Push
ALARM PUSH
Original Alarm
Bell system
on the Lift Car
Bell
Bell
NC C NO NC C NO
INTERFAC
E UNIT
Autodialler
installed on
the Lift car
Main Unit
ac
ok
Circuit
Circuit
Push
Original Alarm
Bell system
on the Lift Car
Bell
Bell
NC C NO NC C NO
A TCP
T R+ +
ALARM PUSH
Wind cres t
6/10/04
ALARM
PUSH
Tel: 0208 795 0333
Fax: 0208 795 0444
Drawing: NIF 10en NEWNV & NO
ALARM
PUSH
Normally Closed
ALARM PUSH
15 way D Socket
for the Programmer
Communication Interface
Unit
Wiring of the NIF10 in N/O or N/C Alarm Push
Autodialler
installed on
the Lift car
Main Unit
Normally Open
ALARM PUSH
A TCPT R++
A
15 way D Socket
for the Programmer
-
IMPORTANT:
A
Communication Interface
Unit
+
Backup Battery MUST be
connected the correct
way around.
If not, the PCB tracked
Fuse will blow.
-
IMPORTANT:
+
Backup Battery MUST be
connected the correct
way around.
If not, the PCB tracked
Fuse will blow.
INTERFAC
E UNIT
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9
Programming Modes
(Plug-in the programmer, power down the unit totally, power up again & press ENTER on
programmer to enter programming mode.)
Basic Programming (Non EN81-28) on a Direct BT Line
Key in No for CB HOT Line Mode (If CB Hotline is selected, it will not ask
for any telephone numbers)
Key in 1st Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 1”
Key in 2nd Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 2”
Key in 3rd Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 3”
Key in 4th Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 4”
Key in 5th Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 5”
Key in [ENTER] for “Windcrest ID” Number
Key in [1][2][3][4] for “Contract Number” as Default then [ENTER]
Key in [1] for “Lift No” and press Enter
Key in [1][2][3][4] for “RPA No” as Default then [ENTER]
Key in [2] for “Call duration” ie 2 minutes and press Enter
Key in [NO] for “Pulse Dialling?” to select Tone Dialling
Key in [NO] for “Instant Trigger?” for 3 sec. trigger delay
Key in [NO] for “Alarm Push N/C?” for normally open alarm push.
Note: If [Yes] then Lift Car Alarm Push will be Normally Closed.
Key in [NO] for “Voice ID?” ie no voice Identification set
Key in [NO] for “Auto Jump?”
Key in [YES] for “Have you Finished?” to exit programming mode
Basic Programming (Non EN81-28) on an Internal Extension
To access the outside line, key in a [9] before the telephone number(s) required.
All other programming options are as above except Key in [YES] to “SP Bit 5”.
Usual Programming (Non EN81-28)
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Key in No for CB HOT Line Mode (If CB Hotline is selected, it will not ask
for any telephone numbers)
Key in 1st Telephone Number then press [Enter] {Possibly need to add [9]
in front}
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 1”
Key in 2nd Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 2”
Key in 3rd Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 3”
Key in 4th Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 4”
Key in 5th Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 5” {[YES] for Internal Extension}
Key in [ENTER] for “Windcrest ID” Number
Key in [1][2][3][4] for “Contract Number” as Default then [ENTER]
Key in [1] for “Lift No” and then press Enter.
Key in [1][2][3][4] for “RPA No” as Default then [ENTER]
Key in [2] for “Call duration” ie 2 minutes, then press ENTER.
Key in [NO] for “Pulse Dialling?” to select Tone Dialling
Key in [NO] for “Instant Trigger?” for 3 sec. trigger delay
Key in [NO] for “Alarm Push N/C?” for normally open alarm push.
Note: If [Yes] then Lift Car Alarm Push will be Normally Closed.
∗ Key in [YES] for “Voice ID?” ie Voice Identification set
Key in [NO] for “Auto Jump?”
Key in [YES] for “Have you Finished?” to exit programming mode
∗ Identification of lift can be by a Numerical ID code, keyed in for the “Contact
Number” and “Lift No” at the time of programming; or by recording a Voice
Message. For recoding a Voice Message please refer to section on “Voice
Recording of the Lift Location on Site”
• CB HOTLINE : In CB HotLine mode, Autodialler will pick up the telephone
line and will not dial any number, as this option is selected when lines are
such, that they dial number by themselves.
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Programming for EN81-28
Key in No for CB HOT Line Mode (If CB Hotline is selected, it will not ask
for any telephone numbers)
Key in 1st Telephone Number then press [Enter] {Possibly need to add [9]
in front}
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 1”
Key in 2nd Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [YES] to “SP Bit 2” for Automatic Test and Battery Detection
Key in 3rd Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [YES] to “SP Bit 3” for Pictogram
Key in 4th Telephone Number then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 4” for Computer Auto Test
∗ Key in 5th Telephone Number of Central Station then press [Enter]
Key in [NO] to “SP Bit 5”
Key in [ENTER] for “Windcrest ID” Number
Key in [1][2][3][4] for “Contract Number” as Default then [ENTER]
Key in [1] for “Lift No” , then press ENTER.
Key in [1][2][3][4] for “RPA No” as Default then [ENTER]
Key in [2] for “Call duration” ie 2 minutes, then Press ENTER.
Key in [NO] for “Pulse Dialling?” to select Tone Dialling
Key in [NO] for “Instant Trigger?” for 3 sec. trigger delay
Key in [NO] for “Alarm Push N/C?” for normally open alarm push.
Note: If [Yes] then Lift Car Alarm Push will be Normally Closed.
Key in [YES] for “Voice ID?” ie Voice Identification set
Key in [YES] for “Auto Jump?”
Key in 1/2/3 to select Auto Test reporting time for 1/2/3 days. Then Press
Enter (This option will be shown only if SP Bit 2 is ON. i.e AutoTest is ON)
Key in [YES] for “Have you Finished?” to exit programming mode
∗
This telephone number is for Central Computer Station with LiftAlert 2006
software. The software should be installed and ready to accept calls from
autodiallers to log events. A manned station (no PC/Software required) is
possible by setting up SP BIT 4 to a [YES].
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Remote Programming of the AD1000EN-R range of Autodiallers
The autodialler has the facility to auto-answer an incoming call, after 6-15 seconds.
Once the call has been answered, the programming mode can be instigated by a series
of simple commands via a simple Touch-Tone Telephone or a Mobile Phone.
The programming is by means of using the (DTMF) Touch-Tones from the calling
telephone or a management computer based system into the Lift car.
To enter into the Remote Programming Mode, a Remote Programming Access (RPA)
Number, must be entered in the following format “∗v..vv#” within a time period of 30
seconds. (v is any digit 0 to 9). The Default is 1234.
If the RAP is incorrect the system will go in the normal auto-answer.
If the RAP number is correct, the system will output two short Beep tones and wait for
additional command tones for a period of 30 seconds before exiting and going in the
normal auto-answer mode, i.e. line being connected to the speaker box, after the
emission of a short tone.
Exiting from the programming mode is by either a command code sequence, or no
activity for 30seconds whilst in the programming mode. (Note, when entering the remote
programming mode, the call duration time period is suspended; and re-established when
existing from the programming mode).
The following can be implemented once in the programming mode.
∗00#
∗vv∗
Terminate Programming Mode
Announce the Programmed number e.g. if ∗15∗ is entered; the
system will produce “Beep 15 Beep 5627899 Beep” if the Phone
number of the 5th number was 5627899.
Sequence of Events
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Call the Lift using a simple phone. The call may be answered by a person in the
Lift car or will be Auto-answered and you will be connected to the Speaker in the
Lift car.
Inform the person in the Lift car that you are about to update the Emergency
Telephone.
Key in the Remote Programming Access Number, Default being 1234
So key on your telephone ∗1234# The unit will respond by two beeps.
Change the first number ∗11#v..v#. where v is any digit from 0 to 9.
Change the 2nd Number ∗12#v..v#
Change the 3rd Number ∗13#v..v# and so on till the 5th phone number
If a second # is added at the end of a programming string, e.g. ∗14#02087950333## the
remote unit will confirm your entered number by announcing “Beep 14 Beep
02087950333 Beep” over the telephone line so a desk top telephone is advantageous.
7.
8.
9.
To active Alarm Filter *46#1#. By Default Alarm Filter will be ON only.
To turn off Alarm Filter *46#0#. When Alarm Filter is switched off, Both
Pictograms in Lift Car will be permanently ON to indicate Alarm Filter is OFF.
Refer to the Remote Alarm Filter Control Connections.
Enter ∗00# to end remote programming.
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Voice Recording of the Lift Location on Site
It is recommended that the car speaker be installed after all recording has been made,
as the speaker can be used to confirm the quality of the recording.
Introduction
This set of instructions are provided so that the Engineers can record his voice on the
solid state device within the Windcrest unit to inform the recipient of the call as to the
location of the lift.
Equipment/Information required
1. Windcrest Hand Held Programmer
2. Lift number and Address of location
3. The Car Speaker box plugged into the side of the Windcrest Unit. (For EN4
applications, remove the existing plug from the socket on the side of the Windcrest
unit and plug in the car speaker box for the duration of the recording).
Procedure
Connect the speaker box for the lift car directly into the Windcrest Autodialler. Ie into the
BT Type socket on the side of the inner box. Do not connect the flying lead of the
Windcrest unit into the Telephone line.
Disconnect the Mains Power by pulling out the fuse, and disconnect one of the Battery
leads; so the equipment has no power at all.
Plug in the Programmer and then Power up the unit by the Mains fuse.
1. Press button [3] on the programmer i.e. to enter the Test mode the
display will show “SELECT TEST”.
2. Press button [5] on the programmer to display “RECORD NEW ?” press [0] The
display will show “PLAYING MESSAGES” whilst the unit plays the current contents of
the chip. As the message is played and as it comes to the end the display shows
“REC/PLAY….3s..” then “REC/PLAY….2s..” then “REC/PLAY….1s..” then when it
ends “REC/PLAY….END..”
3. Press button [5] again, to display “RECORD NEW ?”
4. Identify the small push button in the unit and PRESS & HOLD it DOWN. As you do
so the LED3 will illuminate.
5. Now with the other hand, press the [1] button of the Programmer to commence voice
recording. Recording is fixed at a period of approx. 10 seconds. (Microphone is near
the illuminated LED3).
6. After the recording has been completed, release the small push button, which you
have held down.
(Example of recording “Alarm has been activated from lift 2 at St Peters
Street, London NW2, please press Star after the tone”.)
7. Press [5] again. The display will show “RECORD NEW ?”. To hear your recording,
press [0]. The recording will be played. If acceptable, press [CANCEL] button.
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8. If the recording was not acceptable – repeat steps 4 & 5 as above.
9. Press [5] again. The display will show “RECORD NEW ?”. To hear your recording,
press [0]. The recording will be played. If acceptable, press [CANCEL] button.
10. Pressing of the [CANCEL] button concludes the recording mode.
11. Re- Connect the battery back up.
The fact that the recording has been carried out, it could be advantageous to select
“VOICE IDENTIFY?” during the normal programming so that the lift’s identification is
automatically announced during the call from the lift.
Special Bits Settings: “SP Bit ?”
“SP Bit1?”
Set [N0] as Default. For autodiallers with software version v15 or above, this bit if set to a
[YES] will automatically switch from Yellow Pictogram to Green Pictogram once a call is
connected.
“SP Bit 2?” for EN81-28 implementation select [YES]
Set [N0] as Default. If [YES] Automatic Test Calls will be made every 1/2/3 days,
depending upon the programming of the unit, to the 5th Telephone Number, which should
be the Windcrest Central Station. Low battery voltage detection will result in a call being
made to central station.
“SP Bit 3?” (Set YES for EN81-28 ∗).
Set [N0] as Default. The flashing of the Yellow Pictogram will also indicate the Alarm
state. {Alarm state/flashing of Yellow Pictogram can be cleared by calling the unit &
transmitting/pressing DTMF tone “7” or after 10 minutes of flashing.}.
“SP Bit 4?” Set [N0] for Computer based Auto testing. Set [YES] for Non Computer
based auto testing. An acknowledgement of DTMF “∗” and then a “0” will be required for
this test.
“SP Bit 5?”
Set [N0] as Default. If [YES] all incoming DTMF tones are NOT detected.
Set SP Bit 2 to [NO] & SP Bit 4 to [YES] to increase delay between ID/Location
announcements to 30 seconds.
ALARM Filtering
An ALARM Filter is required if the equipment is to comply with the requirements of BS
EN81-28. The Input signals required are:
Zone Signal (ie Signal when the Lift is in Door zone).
Door Open Limit (ie Signal High when the lift doors are fully open).
Engineer Signal (ie a lift in Test Mode signal or an Eng.ON Site).
Gate Lock (ie Signal when the landing door is open)
To active/deactivate alarm filter remotely please refer to sequence of remote
programming on page 12 & 13.
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CB/Hot Line Mode
This is a special mode. When Alarm is activated the unit first speaks the user
recorded message and goes online. After successful conversation the user needs
to press the alarm button to disconnect the call. For this it is recommended to
record a message eg “Lift Alarm has been activated from lift 2 at St Peters Street,
London NW2, please press the Alarm button when finished.”
Testing of the Installation
Each speaker box needs to be tested by activating the associated alarm push button.
The system will trigger provided the lift is in a fault condition or has been switched for
Engineer on site/Lift Switched for Test.
Once triggered, the Yellow Pictogram will illuminate, and the unit will call for assistance.
A speech prompt will assist in the operation of the equipment. After the rescue service
responds and acknowledges the call, by pressing a star (∗) on his telephone, the Green
Pictogram will illuminate. (However, for autodiallers with software version v15 or above, if
SP BIT 1 is set to [YES] the autodialler will automatically switch from Yellow Pictogram to
Green Pictogram once a call is connected). If an announcement is in progress the helper
should wait until the announcement is over before pressing a button on the telephone
(e.g. [*]).
The call can be terminated by pressing a zero (0) on the telephone by the rescue service
operator. However, the autodialler will terminate the call automatically after the
programmed call duration period if a zero (0) was not received. (The call may be
extended by the pressing of Alarm Push when requested to do so by voice message
prior to call termination).
On completion of the call, the system will indicate an alarm state, has been activated by
the flashing of the Yellow Pictogram.
The rescue service needs to be informed of the test call and request then to call you
back after terminating this call. At which point the alarm state can be reset by the rescue
service whereupon the Yellow Pictogram will stop flashing.
The Windcrest system has an ability to carry out an automated test every 3 days. This
must be implemented if the product is to comply with BS EN81-28 and BS EN81-70.
Further it is important that a manual test be carried out as defined above on a regular
basis.
Maintenance & Warranty
The Windcrest system has been manufactured under BSI Quality system and requires
very little maintenance. However, the Windcrest system will need the main battery
test/change every three years. The internal Battery Backed RAM should be tested every
8 to 10 years by confirming the data is retained after a power down of the main backup
battery for 5 minutes. At the time of battery test, the DTMF tones should also be
tested/calibrated.
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Special Information to be kept with the equipment for the
Owner/Managing Agent for the BS EN81-28 Implementation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The lift’s communication system must be connected to a rescue service and
be kept working to provide a 2-way voice link.
The rescue service must be informed of the installation of the Autodialler (The
ID of the unit together with the telephone number of the phone line on which
the unit is connected must be noted. Further, if more than a single unit is
placed on the phone line, a note of the lift number must also be provided).
The communication system must be regularly tested, manually and
automatically, to ensure the system is working. If it fails to work, the lift must
be placed out of service.
Information in the Operating, Maintenance and Testing of the Autodialler must
be kept. (A copy of the installation manual will contain all the necessary
information).
Information on programming, with a Hand-held programmer, or with a simple
Touch Tone telephone, is included in the installation manual.
Answering an incoming call
From a Trapped Passenger or Non computer based Auto-Test
Trapped Passenger
Answer the phone as usual.
The phone will be connected to the lift, at which point you will hear a speech
prompt which will identify the lift’s location, provided the system has been set
appropriately.
Press the star (∗) button on the telephone to acknowledge the call, (for EN81-28
the Green pictogram will activate in the lift car) and conduct the conversation with
the trapped passenger.
Once the conversation has finished, terminate the call with a zero (0) and
thereafter placing the handset down.
Non Computer based Auto-Test
If during the programming SP Bit-4 is Set to Yes for the Manned central station
Auto-Test Calls, Autodialler will make call every 1/2/3 days and after answering
the call, it will announce “EN 81 Test Call Press 0 Now”. After the message, press
0. Unit will announce the recorded location message and terminate the call. If 0
will not be pressed, unit will repeat the message every 5 seconds.
Vandal/nuisance calls
If a Vandal has made a call from a lift location, it is possible to disable the ALARM
button for 30 minutes by pressing a nine (9) during the call.
From an Engineer after releasing passenger(s)
Answer the phone as usual.
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The phone will be connected to the lift, at which point you will hear a speech
prompt which will identify the lift’s location, provided the system has been set
appropriately.
Press the star (∗) button on the telephone to acknowledge the call, and conduct
the conversation with the Lift Engineer.
Once the conversation has finished, Cancel the Alarm State by pressing a “7” (i.e.
Flashing of the Pictogram) and then terminate the call with a zero (0) and
thereafter placing the handset down. If the Alarm State is not cleared for 10
minutes, the Pictogram Flashing will reset automatically.
Calling a Lift
NB: It may not be possible to call a lift if connected to an extension of a PABX
Call the Lift’s phone number as usual.
When the call is answered, a tone and a speech prompt “Answering an incoming
call” will confirm connection to the lift car.
Once the conversation has finished, terminate the call with a zero (0) and
thereafter placing the handset down.
(The call may be extended by the pressing of Alarm Push when requested to do
so by voice message prior to call termination).
Under normal circumstances, the lift, which has made an outgoing call, will be the
lift, which will answer the call first. However, if an incorrect lift has responded,
simply terminate the call and ring in again.
To inform the rescue service that passengers have been released a separate
switch (key switch) can be installed in the lift car which when operated will call the
rescue service in a different way to that of a normal call when the alarm push is
pressed.
Note: Autodiallers with ID x x x x 02 77 will need LiftAlert
2000 version 2.0 software for central monitoring station.
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Special Information for the Rescue service in relation to the Installation of
an Autodialler on a lift to comply with
BS EN81-28:2003.
A Windcrest system has been installed at the following location, the telephone system
must be capable of providing DTMF tones. However, if this is not possible, Windcrest
may be in a position to provide special equipment. The information below will provide the
ability to:-- Establish at all times a 2-way communication with the trapped passenger and
to allow updating as to the status of the rescue.
-- Ability to locate the lift and method to gain access to the trapped passenger.
-- The notification of the back-up power supply reaching a level so that only 1
hour of operation is possible.
Contract Number
Address of the Lifts location
Special procedures to gain access to lift i.e. Key-holders, hazards, etc..
Lift number
Windcrest ID Number
Lift’s Telephone Number
Number of Windcrest units on the phone line
Filtering Installed
Automatic Test set up
For 3 days
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