MPK 411
DEVICE HANDBOOK
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MPK 411
Device Handbook
Table of Contents
Legal References ................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Safety Symbol Legend .................................................................................................................................. 4
Qualified Personnel ...................................................................................................................................... 4
Normal use of Kollmorgen Steuerungstechnik Products .............................................................................. 5
Liability Exclusion.......................................................................................................................................... 5
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Aim of this document ................................................................................................................................... 5
Changes to older versions ............................................................................................................................ 5
Convention ................................................................................................................................................... 5
System Components ........................................................................................................................................................... 6
Processor unit MPK 411 ............................................................................................................................... 6
Module View ........................................................................................................................................... 6
Characteristics ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Assembly and Disassembly ..................................................................................................................... 8
Diagnostic Indicators .............................................................................................................................. 8
Significance of the Led Indicators ........................................................................................................... 9
Terminal Overview ................................................................................................................................ 10
User Interfaces ...................................................................................................................................... 10
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................... 12
Relay Interface Module R-IM...................................................................................................................... 13
Module View ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Assembly and Disassembly ................................................................................................................... 13
Terminal Overview ................................................................................................................................ 14
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................... 15
Control Hand Terminal CHT ........................................................................................................................ 16
Menu Structure and handling ............................................................................................................... 17
The Main Menu..................................................................................................................................... 19
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................... 28
I/O Extension Module S-IO/16.................................................................................................................... 29
Module VIew ......................................................................................................................................... 29
Characteristics ...................................................................................................................................... 29
Assembly and Disassembly ................................................................................................................... 30
Terminal Overview ................................................................................................................................ 30
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................... 31
CAN I/O Extension module M-IO/16 .......................................................................................................... 32
Module View ......................................................................................................................................... 32
Characteristics ...................................................................................................................................... 32
Assembly and disassembly ................................................................................................................... 33
Terminal Overview ................................................................................................................................ 33
Module Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 34
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................... 35
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Car Interface Module C-IM/8 ..................................................................................................................... 36
Module View ........................................................................................................................................ 36
Characteristics ...................................................................................................................................... 37
Assembly and Disassembly ................................................................................................................... 37
Terminal Overview ............................................................................................................................... 38
Car Interface Module C-IM/32 ................................................................................................................... 40
Module View ........................................................................................................................................ 40
Characteristics ...................................................................................................................................... 41
Assembly and disassembly ................................................................................................................... 41
Terminal Overview ............................................................................................................................... 42
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................... 44
CANopen Etagen Interface Modul F-IM ................................................................................................... 405
Module View ...................................................................................................................................... 405
Characteristics .................................................................................................................................... 415
Terminal Overview ............................................................................................................................. 426
Dimensions ......................................................................................................................................... 446
Hotline .................................................................................................................................................................... 477
Hotline for customers in United Kingdom ........................................................................................... 47
Hotline in Germany ........................................................................................................................... 477
Annex 1................................................................................................................................................................... 477
Table 1 – CANopen Error LED truth table ........................................................................................... 477
Table 2 – CANopen Run LED truth table ............................................................................................ 488
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LEGAL REFERENCES
SAFETY SYMBOL LEGEND
This document contains references that shall be followed to protect your personal safety and to prevent
damage to property. The references are illustrated according to their danger level as follows:
DANGER!
describes an immediate threat for life and health of persons
WARNING!
describes a possibly dangerous situation. Disregarding a warning can cause death or severe injury to
persons. This reference also warns about damage to machinery, material or the environment.
Additional Document(s)!
Refers to additional important documents, ....
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
The products described in this document shall only be used for the designated purpose by qualified personnel
following the instructions of the document. The products shall only be handled, especially in line with the
safety instructions and warnings, for the designated purpose. Qualified personnel can recognize risks that
might arise while handling these products based on their education and experience and can therefore prevent
possible threats.
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NORMAL USE OF KOLLMORGEN STEUERUNGSTECHNIK PRODUCTS
WARNING!
Kollmorgen products shall only be used for the purposes described in brochures and corresponding
technical documents. The correct and safe operation of the products is only given if correct transport,
storage, assembly, installation, bringing into service, service and maintenance are applied. The
product specific environmental conditions have to be met.
LIABILITY EXCLUSION
Kollmorgen has checked the concordance of the contents in this document and of the soft- and hardware.
Meanderings can’t be excluded, therefore we can’t guarantee for the entity concordance. The document is
checked on a regular basis, changes and corrections will be implemented into the next releases.
INTRODUCTION
AIM OF THIS DOCUMENT
The document describes the fundamental system components and their handling.
The device handbook complements:
x
Installation Instructions MPK 411
x
Control Handbook
General functions are described in the Installation Instructions and the Control handbook.
CHANGES TO OLDER VERSIONS
x
none (1st. release)
CONVENTION
Within this document, the term „MPK“ refers to the central unit MPK 411.
All dimensions are shown in millimetres.
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SYSTEM COMPONENTS
PROCESSOR UNIT MPK 411
The processor unit of the MPK 411 is the central module that handles the complete lift application. All
peripheral modules of the MPK 411 system are connected to, and administrated by, the central processing unit.
Additionally, the central processing unit generates the interface for lift groups up to 10 lifts and interfaces to
BMS solutions.
Order No.:
8M01-01-001
MODULE VIEW
Picture 1 shows the top view of the MPK 411
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10
11
1
12
2
13
14
3
4
15
5
24
6
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
17
reset
18
N
U1
U2
7
8
run
level
blocked
19
U3
U4
U5
U6
N1
61B 61A
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61
24V
1
2
3
4
22
5
6
7
16
20
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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16
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PICTURE 1: TOP VIEW OF THE MPK 411 PROCESSING UNIT
ID Function
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ID Function
1
Input Contactor Monitoring 24 VDC – 230 VAC
13
TCP/IP Remote Monitoring Interface
2
Power Supply
14
TCP/IP Interface CHT
3
PTC Input (Thermistor)
15
Micro SD-Card Slot
4
CANopen Interface 1
16
Position Interface (incremental/absolut)
5
CANopen Interface 2
17
Status LED Array
6
Temperature Sensor Interface (not visible)
18
„RESET“ Push Button
7
I/O Extension (I²C Interface)
19
„Landing Control off“ Switch
8
DSK Zone
20
„Inspection Doors closed“ Switch
9
USB 2.0 Interface
21
Safety Circuit Inputs 48 VDC – 230 VAC
10
DCP Interface
22
Test Control Inputs
11
TCP/IP Group Interface
23
16 free addressable I/Os
12
TCP/IP Lift Car Interface (CHT)
24
IDC Interface to R-IM (Relay Module)
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CHARACTERISTICS
The following features characterise the MPK 411 Central Unit:
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Control Voltage24 VDC
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Output Voltage 24 VDC
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False Voltage Test Input
x
6 x Safety Circuit Inputs for 48 VDC to 230 VAC
x
3 x designated Inputs for Test Control (Test Control I/O, UP, DOWN)
x
16 x free addressable I/O Channels (Input/Output selectable)
x
2 x Inputs 24 VDC to 230 VDC (Contactor Monitoring, Synchronous Switching Monitoring)
x
1 x analogue Input for Motor Thermistor
x
2 x CANopen Interfaces
x
1 x Temperature Interface for Machine Room Temperature Monitoring
x
1 x I C Interface for I/O Extension of up to8 S-IO/16 Modules
x
1 x Input for Door Zone
x
1 x USB 2.0 Type A Interface
x
1 x DCP Interface for Serial Communication to Inverters
x
1 x TCP/IP Interface for Lift Group Communication
x
1 x TCP/IP Interface to the Lift Car for MMI Connection (CHT)
x
1 x TCP/IP Remote Monitoring Interface
x
1 x TCP/IP MMI Interface for Control Hand Terminal CHT
x
1 x Micro SD-Card Interface
x
9 x Status LEDs for Safety Circuit, Operation Status, Level, Blocked Indication
x
1 x SSI/CAN/Quadrature Encoder Interface For Connection of Incremental- or Absolute Encoder
x
1 x „Reset“ Push Button
x
1 x „Landing Control Off“ Switch
x
1 x „Inspection Doors closed“ Switch
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ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
The processor unit is to be mounted to a T35 DIN rail. For mounting clip the Module onto the top edge of the
DIN rail. Then press the module towards the mounting plate.
For disassembly of the MPK 411 proceed as follows.
1.
2.
3.
Push the R-IM module to the left hand side away from the central unit of the MPK 411 in order to
release the connection between MPK and R-IM Module.
Push the central unit upwards
Now tip the top edge of the of the processor unit away from the mounting plate.
PICTURE 2: DISASSEMBLY OF THE PROCESSOR UNIT
NOTE! A special pad for EMC shielding is mounted to the bottom side of the MPK 411
processor module, this pad establishes the EMC connection between MPK and back plate.
Do not remove the pad!
DIAGNOSTIC INDICATORS
The processor unit does have several LED indicators that shall inform about the different statuses.
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
run
level
blocked
PICTURE 3: LED-INDICATORS OF THE MPK 411
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SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LED INDICATORS
LED
run blocked
Description
Remedy
off
off
No Power supply or voltage too low
Check the power supply for the MPK 411
on
off
The System is booting
---
blinking
off
The System is operating mode
---
on
The MPK 411 has been blocked due to
an event
Connect the CHT for further diagnosis
blinking
LED
U1
U2
U3
U4
Description
Remedy
off The Control Voltage for the Safety
Circuit is missing
Check the Phase Sequence
on The Control Voltage for the Safety
Circuit is present
---
off The passive Safety Circuit is
interrupted
Check the Switching Equipment of the
Passive Safety Circuit
on The Passive Safety Circuit is closed
---
off The Emergency Stop is activated
Check the Emergency Stop Switch(es)
on The Emergency Stop is not activated
---
off
Close all Landing Doors
The Landing Door Contacts are open
Check the Trip Fuse
Check the Door Contacts
on The Landing Door Contacts are closed --U5
off
The Car Door Contacts are open
The Car Door Contacts are closed
Close the Car Door
Check the Car Door Contacts
---
on
U6
off
level
Reset
The Landing Lock(s) are open
Close all Landing Doors
Check the Landing Locks
on The Landing Locks are closed
---
off The Car is outside the Door Unlocking
Zone
---
on The Car is inside the Door Unlocking
Zone
---
off
---
on The processor is Resetting the System --Landing Control off
off Landing calls are being accepted and
handled
---
on Landing Calls are not ignored
---
Service/Door closed off
The Doors are in operating Mode
on The Car Doors are constantly closed
-----
TABLE 2 AND 3: SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LED INDICATORS
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U5
61B 61A
24V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
61B 61A 61 24V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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12
13
14
15
16
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
61
24 VDC
Test Control
500 200 501 201 GND 24V PE FST
Test Control Travel upwards
Test Control Travel downwards
N1
Freely programmable I/O
U6
Freely programmable I/O
N
Neutral 1
U4
Freely programmable I/O
U6
Landing Locks
U3
Freely programmable I/O
U5
Car Door Contacts
U2
Freely programmable I/O
U4
Landing Door Contacts
U1
Freely programmable I/O
U3
Emergency Stop
N
Freely programmable I/O
U2
Passive Safety Circuit
PTC PTC
C1L C1H C1S
C2L C2H S2S
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
DSK Zone
MPK I/O Extension
MPK I/O Extension
CANopen 2 Shield
CANopen 2 High
CANopen 2 Low
CANopen 1 Shield
CANopen 1 High
CANopen 1 Low
Thermistor
Thermistor
False Voltage Detection
Protective Earth
Power Supply
Power Supply
24 VDC Car
0 VDC Car
24 VDC Control
0 VDC Control
Sychronous Switching Monitor.
SS
Freely programmable I/O
U1
Voltage Monitoring
Contactor Monitoring
CS
Freely programmable I/O
N
Neutral
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Beside the LEDs described above you will find Status LEDs on each TCP/IP RJ45 socket and beside each
CANopen interface. Please find the Truth tables for these Status LEDs in Annex 1 of this document.
TERMINAL OVERVIEW
SCL SDA
82
run
level
blocked
reset
PICTURE 4: TERMINAL OVERVIEW WITH DEFAULT SETTING OF THE MPK 411
USER INTERFACES
USB 2.0 INTERFACE
The USB interface is designated for data exchange between the MPK 411 and the USB memory stick. You can
download the event log of the MPK and the parameter settings of the MPK 411 onto the USB stick. Parameter
settings can also be uploaded from the USB stick onto the MPK.
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MICRO SD CARD
The Micro SD Card Interface is designated for program updates of the lift software and for long term data
recording.
Follow the instructions below to undertake a program update of the lift software version via the Micro SD card
interface.
1.
2.
3.
Push the SD card with the actual lift software version into the card slot on the top side of the MPK 411
Press the Reset push button on the top side of the MPK 411
Wait until the program update has been processed. This procedure can take a few seconds. The Status
LEDs according to table 4 inform about the progress of the program update.
NOTE! After a Reset and a power up sequence all Status LEDs of the MPK 411 (also the LEDs
of the „Reset“ push button; „Landing Control off“ and „Service/Door closed“ switches) are
illuminated for around 1 second. This way the user can check if all LEDs are functional.
The table below describes the sequence of the status LEDs during a program update.
LED
run
blocked level
Description
Service
(PB)
off
off
off
off
on
off
off
on
blinking
off
off
off
on
on
off
on
on
on
on
on
No Power Supply or Voltage too
low
The System is loading new Data
The new Program has been
uploaded. The MPK is in
operating mode
The Update failed. The Flash
Memory of the MPK is defective
The Update failed. The File on
the SD Card is faulty
Remedy
Check the Power Supply
----Exchange the Processor unit of
the MPK 411
Check the Program Update File
on the SD Card
TABLE 4: STATUS LEDS DURING A PROGRAM UPDATE
The Micro SD Card Interface furthermore is utilised for recording of data over a long time period. Push the SD
card into the Card slot to start the data recording. The recorded data will be stored automatically. All operating
states; events; errors and I/O states will be stored on the SD card in chronological order.
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TCP/IP INTERFACE FOR THE (CONTROL HAND TERMINAL) CHT
Beside the SD Card slot you can find the TCP/IP Interface for the user interface CHT. Other devices such as
Laptops or PCs can be connected to this interface as well. The connected devices need to have a Web browser
(Firefox, Internet Explorer) installed. Please find the description of the CHT in Chapter „CONTROL HAND
TERMINAL CHT“ of this documentation.
DIMENSIONS
Picture 5 shows the dimensions of the MPK 411 processor module.
Picture 5: Dimensions of the MPK 411 Processor Module
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RELAY INTERFACE MODULE R-IM
The Relay Interface Module R-IM is utilised to control the motor and brake contactors of the lift. The R-IM
module is connected via a 10 pole IDC connector to the processor unit of the MPK 411. Beside the four
designated relays for the motor control circuit the module offers two additional relays for multi purposes. The
status of the relays is displayed via LEDs.
Order No.:
8M01-02-001
MODULE VIEW
Picture 6 shows the module view of the R-IM.
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32
33
34
35
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
R-IM
travel
K 31
K 32
K 33
K 34
K 35
K 36
v 1/2
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22
23
24
25
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12
13
14
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Picture 6: Module View R-IM
ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
The Module shall be mounted on a T35 DIN rail.
Please proceed as follows for assembly:
1.
Click the module onto the DIN rail on the left hand side of the MPK 411 processor module.
2.
Now slide the R-IM module to the right-hand side until the IDC connector of the R-IM connects to the
socket on the processing unit of the MPK 411.
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Please proceed as follows for disassembly of the R-IM:
1.
Disconnect the R-IM Module from the processor unit of the MPK 411 by sliding the R-IM to the lefthand side.
2.
Release the lock clip on the bottom side of the R-IM and remove it from the DIN rail.
TERMINAL OVERVIEW
Picture 7 shows the terminal overview of the R-IM module.
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Description
Fast
Fast
Star/Delta or Brake
Star/Delta or Brake
Star/Delta or Brake
Travel Direction
Travel Direction
Travel Direction
Travel Direction
Travel Direction
33
34
35
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Travel
R-IM
T.
25
24
23
22
21
15
14
13
12
11
32
K 31
K 32
K 33
K 34
K 35
K 36
v 1/2
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22
23
24
25
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12
13
14
15
T.
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
35
34
33
32
31
Description
Travel
Down
Up
Fast
Star/Delta or Brake
Reserved
Reserved
v 1/2
freely progr. Time Relay
freely progr. Time Relay
freely progr. Time Relay
freely progr. Time Relay
freely progr. Time Relay
Picture 7:Terminal Overview R-IM
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DIMENSIONS
Picture 8 shows the dimensions of the R-IM module.
Picture 8: Dimensions R-IM
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CONTROL HAND TERMINAL CHT
The CHT (Control Hand Terminal) is a 4.3“ capacitive Touch Screen user interface. The Front end software is
web browser based. The communication between the MPK 411 processor unit and the CHT is established via a
100 Mbit TCP/IP interface. The front end user interface is designed to offer intuitive handling. The CHT supports
the editing and downloading of all current information and parameters in the most convenient and efficient
way. The CHT supports portrait format as well as landscape format via its built in motion sensor. Tilt he CHT by
90° to change the viewing format.
NOTE! In portrait format the menus are displayed with multi floor information (e. g. the
door table). Tilt the CHT by 90°into the landscape format to acquire detailed information for
an individual floor.
The pictures of this document will display the menu of the CHT in portrait format. Picture 9 describes the
contents of the start screen.
Order No.:
8M01-03-001
Language Selection
Header with
Date and Time
Logo
Main Status of the controller
Statistical Information
Additional Status Information
Slide Bar for Main Menu access
PICTURE 9: CHT START SCREEN
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MENU STRUCTURE AND HANDLING
Tap on the Slide Bar at the lower end of the screen to open the main menu screen.
In the main menu screen you will always find the service menu task bar at the lower end of the screen. The
service menu offers a variety of functions that help you to optimize the efficiency and transparency of the
required actions on site. Also you can interrogate help functions and additional explanations at any time for the
active menu or function you are looking at.
Favourite List
Split Screen
Start Screen
Search
Help
PICTURE 10: SERVICE TASK BAR
Consecutively the single service menus will be described .
FAVOURITE LIST
Tap on the Favourite List
icon to open the favourite list. Utilising the favourite list you can set up your
individual and situational favourite menus that will offer direct access to your favourite menus . You can add or
delete menus to or from the favourite list at any time. To do so tap on the favourite star on the top right-hand
side corner in each individual menu. A filled white star symbolises that the actual menu is activated in the
favourite list.
START SCREEN
Tap on the Start Screen
icon to access directly the start screen view (see picture 9).
SPLIT SCREEN
Tap on the Slit Screen
icon to activate the split screen mode. The display of the CHT will be split into two
active windows, now you can activate a secondary menu simultaneously to your first active menu. This function
enables you to operate two independent menu for advanced efficiency without having to toggle between
menus. You can look at I/O status of a certain module or function and at the same time activate the call
commands menu to simulate the requested pattern you would like to look at. If you want to exit the split
screen mode just tap on the closing icon at the top right hand side of the menu that you do want to close.
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HELP
You can interrogate help topics to functions parameters or menus at any time via the CHT. Tap on the Help
icon to activate the help screen. You will receive information about the active function shown in the
header bar automatically.
SEARCH
The Search Function helps you to search comfortably for the functions or parameters you might like to adjust
or check. Tap on the Search
icon to open the search mask. Type in the topic you are searching for. The
suitable matches in the database will be displayed on the screen for your selection.
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THE MAIN MENU
The following picture shows the main menu of the MPK411.
Picture 11: Main Menu
The main menu of the MPK 411 allows you to have direct access to all relevant topics that you might like to
adjust in an intuitive manner. The main menu is segregated into 7 main topics according to their practical
relevance. Tap on the pending topic to access the next menu level.
NOTE! Depending on the connected hardware a different number of topics and parameters
will be displayed on one screen. Should the menu consist of more parameter entries than
displayable on one screen you can scroll through the menu list to access all parameters.
Wipe across the screen to scroll through the menu.
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INFO & DIAGNOSTICS
The Info & Diagnostics menu supplies all the important information about the event log; I/O status and system status
information. Tap on the topic that you would like to look at to access the next menu level. Tapping on the favourite
star at the header of the screen will add or delete the menu in the favourite list. To access the menu level above the
actual menu level tap on the back arrow on the left-hand corner of the header task bar. The following picture displays
the menu list of the Info & Diagnostics menu.
Picture 12: Info & Diagnostics Menu
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SETTINGS
In the Settings menu you will find all relevant functions and parameters to set up the your installation. The
relevant functions will always be displayed with all relevant parameters, that means that all settings and all
related Inputs and Outputs for a function are displayed in context. In addition to that the actual statuses of the
Inputs and Outputs are displayed at the same time in order to supply a maximum of transparency and usability
to the lift engineer.
Picture 13 shows the content of the Settings menu.
Picture 14 shows the general structure of a function. The function is displayed with a parameter section and a
terminal section. In addition the status and usage of the inputs and outputs is displayed at the same time.
Function Parameter
Unused Terminal
Function Terminals
Active Input
Active Output
Picture 13: Info & Diagnosis Menu
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TRAVEL COMMANDS
This menu enables the user to place calls into the system in order to test the system with a variety of different
call types. Additionally floors can be blocked by the user during the installation sequence
The following picture shows the contents of the Travel Commands menu.
Picture 15: Travel Commands Menu
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USER
The User menu lets you administrate the access user rights of your installation. The access rights for each
individual user group can be adjusted to suit your requirements. Please store the user access passwords in a
secure place.
The following table shows the default codes for the different user levels:
L evel
Cod e
User
Access Rig h ts
7
MPK Engineer
**
**
**
6
Service Office
11
22
33
5
Remote Access
70
80
90
4 Service Engineer 2
40
50
60
3 Service Engineer 1
10
20
30
2
Lift Engineer 2
1
2
3
1
Lift Engineer 1
0
0
0
The following picture shows the contents of the User menu.
Picture 16: User Menu
NOTE! If the automatic user log off setting is set to “yes“ the system will automatically reset
the user access level to “Technical Engineer 1” at 04:00 a.m.
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COMMISSIONING AND TESTING
The Test and Start-up menu supports the user with all features and tests in order to install and start-up the lift
installation in the most efficient manner. Furthermore this menu guides the user through the pending
commissioning test according to the EN81-1/2 standards.
The following picture shows the contents of the Test and Start-up menu.
Picture 17: Test and Start-up Menu
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OPTIMISATION
The Optimisation menu helps you to optimize both the energy consumption of your lift installations as well as
the handling capacity.
The following picture shows the contents of the Optimisation menu.
Picture 18: Optimisation Menu
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LIFT GROUP
The Lift Group menu shows all lift group relevant functions that enhance and set-up group specific functions.
The following picture shows the contents of the Lift Group menu.
Picture 19: Lift Group Menu
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SPECIAL MENU VIEWS
The CHT front end offers a variety of special pages or views that help in the most intuitive way to optimise the
set-up procedures. Consecutively some of these views will be explained below.
THE DOOR TABLE
Actually selected
Floor
Actually activated
Door Side
Actually selected
Floor
Door
Type List
Floor List
Door Coupling
List
Picture 20: Door Table Menu
On the left hand side of this view you will see a list of all floors of your installation. Scroll up or down to see
hidden floors that might not be visible at first sight. A floor that is actually selected is highlighted in green.
Active settings are displayed in green with a check icon.
Proceed with the settings as described below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the floor that you would like to edit!
Select the Door Side that you would like to edit!
Now select the pending Door Type for your selection!
If you should have more than one door side at a floor you can additionally select the door coupling.
NOTE! Tilt the CHT by 90° to receive detailed floor information in landscape mode.
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DIMENSIONS
Picture 21 shows the dimensions of the CHT
Picture 21: Dimensions CHT
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I/O EXTENSION MODULE S-IO/16
2
The I/O extension Module expands the inputs and outputs of the MPK 411 processor unit via the I C Interface.
2
Up to eight S-IO/16 modules can be connected to the processor unit of the MPK 411 via the I C Bus. The 24V
LED informs about the status of the modules power supply. Each module has to be addressed with an individual
ID via the ID encoding wheel.
Order No.:
8M01-02-071
MODULE VIEW
Picture 22 shows the module view of the S-IO/16
9
10 11
12
13 14 15
16
SCL
SDA
SDA
SCL
ID Encoding Wheel
24 VDC Status LED
8
+
-
+
-
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
Picture 22: Module View S-IO/16
CHARACTERISTICS
24 VDC Power Supply
16 x freely programmable digital Inputs and Outputs
2
2 x I C Interface
1 x 10 position ID Encoding Wheel
1 x Status LED
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ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
The S-IO/16 module has to be mounted on a T35 DIN rail.
For assembly click the S-IO/16 onto the DIN rail.
For disassembly release the lock clip on the bottom side of the module with a screwdriver and then remove the
module from the DIN rail.
TERMINAL OVERVIEW
Picture 23 shows the terminal overview of the S-IO/16 module
9
T.
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+
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7
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SCL
SDA
Description
24 VDC
0 VDC
24 VDC
0 VDC
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
SDA
SCL
T.
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SDA
SCL
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S-IO/16 <-> S-IO/16
S-IO/16 <-> S-IO/16
MPK <-> S-IO/16
MPK <-> S-IO/16
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Picture 23: Terminal Overview S-IO/16
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DIMENSIONS
Picture 24 shows the dimensions of the S-IO/16 module
Picture 24: Dimensions S-IO/16 Module
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CAN I/O EXTENSION MODULE M-IO/16
The M-IO/16 module extends the digital inputs and outputs of the MPK 411 via the CANopen Interface. Up to
64 M-IO/16 modules can be connected to the CANopen Bus per CANopen network. The CAN Status LED informs
about the connectivity of the module (See annex 1). The M-IO/16 module has to be configured via the eight
channel DIP switch according to the table in chapter “Module Configuration”.
Order No.:
8M01-02-061
MODULE VIEW
Picture 25 shows the module view of the M-IO/16
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10 11
12
13 14 15
16
C-H
SDA
C-L
SCL
8 Channel DIP Switch
1 23 4 5 6 78
ON
CAN Status LED
1
2
4
Address
8
16
32
Floor Mod.
Term.
M-IO/16
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-
+
-
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
Picture 25: Module View M-IO/16
CHARACTERISTICS
24 VDC Power Supply
16 x freely programmable digital Inputs and Outputs
2
1 x I C Interface
1 x 64 binary Address Encoding
1 x Status LED
1 x switchable Termination
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ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
The M-IO/16 module has to be mounted to a T35 DIN rail.
For assembly click the M-IO/16 onto the DIN rail.
For disassembly release the lock clip on the bottom side of the module with a screwdriver and then remove the
module from the DIN rail.
TERMINAL OVERVIEW
Picture 26 shows the terminal overview of the M-IO/16 module.
11
12
13
14
15
16
C-H
C-L
SCL
SDA
ON
Description
24 VDC
0 VDC
24 VDC
0 VDC
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
10
1 23 4 5 6 78
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1
9
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4
Address
8
16
32
Floor Mod.
Term.
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7
8
1
2
3
4
T.
SDA
SCL
C-L
C-H
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
Description
S-IO/16 <-> S-IO/16
S-IO/16 <-> S-IO/16
MPK/M-IO/16 <-> M-IO/16
MPK/M-IO/16 <-> M-IO/16
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Freely programmable I/O
Picture 26: Terminal Overview M-IO/16
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MODULE CONFIGURATION
The M-IO/16 module has to be configured via the eight
channel DIP Switch according to the table on the
right-hand side.
DIP Switch No. 8:
The Switch in position 8 switches the CANopen Bus
termination on or off.
DIP Switch No. 7:
The switch in position 7 defines the location of the module.
In the “OFF“ position the M-IO/16 module is defined to be
In the “ON“ position the module can be mounted at the
landings or at the car. The DIP switches 1-6 are now
enabled.
DIP Switches 1-6:
The DIP Switches 1-6 define the address of the M-IO/16
module. Up to 64 modules can be addressed in a CANopen
network. The encoding of the addresses is binary according
to the table on the right-hand side.
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mounted in the control cabinet . In this case the DIP
switches 1-6 have no effect.
DIP Switch
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Node ID
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x x x x x
1 = ON; 0 = OFF; x = don't care
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DIMENSIONS
Picture 27 shows the dimensions of the M-IO/16 module.
Picture 27: Dimensions M-IO/16
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CAR INTERFACE MODULE C-IM/8
The Car Interface Module C-IM/8 connects and communicates the car relevant signals to the processor module
of the MPK 411 via its CANopen Interface. The C-IM/8 module is designed to connect up to eight floors via the
IDC connector as a pluggable interface. Furthermore the module provides 6 free programmable relays for the
control of up to 3 door operators, cabin light switching, car fan, or similar devices. The C-IM/8 mounts on a T35
DIN rail.
Order No.:
8M01-02-031
MODULE VIEW
Picture 28 shows the module view of the C-IM/8
Picture 28: Module View C-IM/8
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CHARACTERISTICS
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Power Supply 24 VDC
Output Voltage 24 VDC
16 x freely programmable Inputs and Outputs
9 x freely programmable Outputs
12 x freely programmable Inputs
15 x print terminals for interconnection to IDC connector
1 x Inspection Interface
1 x pluggable Shaft Encoding Interface
1 x Interface for Emergency Phone
1 x CANopen Interface
2
1 x I C Interface for I/O Extension of up to 6 S-IO/16 modules
1 x Interface for CHT
1 x Status LED for CANopen
1 x LED for Module Status
6 x freely programmable and pluggable relays with changeover Contact
6 x LEDs for Relay Status
6 x Print Terminals for direct Door Interfacing
1 x IDC Connector for pluggable COP Interface
1 x switchable CANopen Termination
ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
The M-IO/16 module mounts on a T35 DIN rail.
For assembly click the M-IO/16 onto the DIN rail.
For disassembly release the lock clip on the bottom side of the module with a screwdriver and then remove the
module from the DIN rail.
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TERMINAL OVERVIEW
Picture 29 shows the terminal overview of the C-IM/8
Picture 29: Terminal Overview C-IM/8
Some signals of the module are routed to the 34 pole IDC connector (RB1). These signals can be connected via a
ribbon cable directly to the COP interface. The default design connects up to 8 car calls via the IDC connector to
the Car Operation Panel (COP).
You can adopt up to 16 car calls via the print terminals of the module.
The pluggable relays can be exchanged individually. In addition to the changeover contacts of the relays you
can also interface the coil signals of K1-K6 directly from the terminals RM1-RM6.
The following table shows the exact terminal overview of the C-IM/8 .
The Status of the CANopen bus is displayed via the CAN-Diag. LEDs. The truth table of the LEDs is described in
annex 1.
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IDC Connector RB1
Terminal
Pin Term. Description
1
502
0 VDC Car
2
202
24 VDC Car
3
C1
Car Call Floor 1
4
C2
Car Call Floor 2
5
C3
Car Call Floor 3
6
C4
Car Call Floor 4
7
C5
Car Call Floor 5
8
C6
Car Call Floor 6
9
C7
Car Call Floor 7
10 I.9
Door open Push Button
11 I.10
Door close Push Button
12 O.1
Display Segment 1
13 O.2
Display Segment 2
14 O.3
Display Segment 3
15 O.4
Display Segment 4
16 O.5
Display Segment 5
17 O.6
Display Segment 6
18 C.8
Car Call Floor 8
19 O.7
Travel Direct. up indicator
20 O.8
Travel Dir. down indicator
21 O.9
Overload Output
22 I.11
Landing Control off
23 T1
Phone line 1
24 T2
Phone line 2
25 T3
Phone line 3
26 T4
Phone line 4
27 T5
Phone line 5
28 ALQ
Alarm LQ
29 ANO
Alarm NO contact
30 AC
Alarm Common
31 NL+
Emergency Light +
32 NLEmergency Light 33 202
24 VDC Car
34 502
0 VDC Car
I.1
Light Curtain Door 1
I.2
Pressure Contact Door 1
I.3
Door 1 Open Limit Contact
I.4
Door 1 Close Limit Contact
I.5
Light Curtain Door 2
I.6
Pressure Contact Door 2
I.7
Door 2 Open Limit Contact
I.8
Door 2 Close Limit Contact
C9
Freely programmable I/O
C10
Freely programmable I/O
C11
Freely programmable I/O
C12
Freely programmable I/O
C13
Freely programmable I/O
C14
Freely programmable I/O
C15
Freely programmable I/O
C16
Freely programmable I/O
60
Inspection I/O
60A
Inspection up
60B
Inspection down
60C
Inspection fast
260
24 VDC Car
I.12
Overload Input
202
24 VDC Car
202
24 VDC Car
RM1
Door 1 open signal
RM2
Door 1 close signal
RM3
Door 2 open signal
RM4
Door 2 close signal
RM5
Control & Light off signal
RM6
Freely programmable Relay
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Term. Description
201
24 VDC Car
501
0 VDC Car
71
Zone 1
72
Zone 2
CANL CAN Low
CANH CAN High
NLEmergency Light NL+
Emergency Light +
Connector X2
Term. Description
202
24 VDC Car
12A
Level above
12B
Level below
13A
Correction top
13B
Correction bottom
71
Zone 1
72
Zone 2
502
0 VDC Car
Connector X3
Term. Description
SDA
SDA-Extension
SCL
SCL-Extension
freely prog. Relay K1
Term. Description
111
Relay K1-COM
112
Relay K1-NC
113
Relay K1-NO
freely prog. Relay K2
Term. Description
211
Relay K2-COM
212
Relay K2-NC
213
Relay K2-NO
freely prog. Relay K3
Term. Description
311
Relay K3-COM
312
Relay K3-NC
313
Relay K3-NO
freely prog. Relay K4
Term. Description
411
Relay K4-COM
412
Relay K4-NC
413
Relay K4-NO
freely prog. Relay K5
Term. Description
511
Relay K5-COM
512
Relay K5-NC
513
Relay K5-NO
freely prog. Relay 6
Term. Description
611
Relay K6-COM
612
Relay K6-NC
613
Relay K6-NO
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CAR INTERFACE MODULE C-IM/32
The Car Interface Module C-IM/32 connects and communicates the car relevant signals to the processor
module of the MPK 411 via its CANopen Interface. The C-IM/32 module is designed to connect up to 24 floors
via the IDC connector as a pluggable interface. A maximum of 44 Car Calls can be connected via the print
terminals. Furthermore the module provides 6 free programmable relays for the control of up to 3 door
operators, cabin light switching, car fan, or similar devices. The C-IM/32 mounts on a T35 DIN rail.
Order No.:
8M01-03-051
MODULE VIEW
Picture 30 shows the module view of the C-IM/32 module
Picture 30: Module View C-IM/32
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Power Supply 24 VDC
Output Voltage 24 VDC
44 x freely programmable Inputs/ Outputs
11 x freely programmable Outputs
13 x freely programmable Inputs
15 x freely addressable print terminals for interfacing to IDC connector
1 x Inspection Interface
1 x pluggable Shaft Encoding Interface
1 x Interface for Emergency Phone
1 x CANopen Interface
2
1 x I C Interface for I/O Extension of up to 6 S-IO/16 modules
1 x Interface for CHT
1 x Status LED for CANopen
1 x LED for Module Status
6 x freely programmable and pluggable relays with changeover Contact
6 x LEDs for Relay Status
6 x Print Terminals for direct Door Interfacing
2 x IDC Connector for pluggable COP Interface
1 x switchable CANopen Termination
ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
The C-IM/32 module mounts on a T35 DIN rail.
For assembly click the C-IM/32 onto the DIN rail.
For disassembly release the lock clip on the bottom side of the module with a screwdriver and then remove the
module from the DIN rail.
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TERMINAL OVERVIEW
Picture 31 shows the terminal overview of the C-IM/32 module.
Picture 31: Terminal Overview C-IM/32
Some signals of the module are routed to the 34 pole IDC connectors (RB1 & RB2). These signals can be
connected via a ribbon cable directly to the COP interface. The default design connects up to 24 car calls via the
IDC connectors to the Car Operation Panel (COP).
You can adopt up to 44 car calls via the print terminals of the module.
The pluggable relays can be exchanged individually. In addition to the changeover contacts of the relays you
can also interface the coil signals of K1-K6 directly from the terminals RM1-RM6.
The following table shows the exact terminal overview of the C-IM/32 .
The Status of the CANopen bus is displayed via the CAN-Diag. LEDs. The truth table of the LEDs is described in
annex 1.
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IDC Connector RB1
Terminals
Pin Term. Description
1
502
0 VDC Car
2
202
24 VDC Car
3
C1
Car Call Floor 1
4
C2
Car Call Floor 2
5
C3
Car Call Floor 3
6
C4
Car Call Floor 4
7
C5
Car Call Floor 5
8
C6
Car Call Floor 6
9
C7
Car Call Floor 7
10 I.9
Door open Push Button
11 I.10
Door close Push Button
12 O.1
Display Segment 1
13 O.2
Display Segment 2
14 O.3
Display Segment 3
15 O.4
Display Segment 4
16 O.5
Display Segment 5
17 O.6
Display Segment 6
18 C.8
Car Call Floor 8
19 O.7
Travel Direct. up indicator
20 O.8
Travel Dir. down indicator
21 O.9
Overload Output
22 I.11
Landing Control off
23 T1
Phone line 1
24 T2
Phone line 2
25 T3
Phone line 3
26 T4
Phone line 4
27 T5
Phone line 5
28 ALQ
Alarm LQ
29 ANO
Alarm NO contact
30 AC
Alarm Common
31 NL+
Emergency Light +
32 NLEmergency Light 33 202
24 VDC Car
34 502
0 VDC Car
C25
Car Call Floor 25
C26
Car Call Floor 26
C27
Car Call Floor 27
C28
Car Call Floor 28
C29
Car Call Floor 29
C30
Car Call Floor 30
C31
Car Call Floor 31
C32
Car Call Floor 32
C33
Car Call Floor 33
C34
Car Call Floor 34
C35
Car Call Floor 35
C36
Car Call Floor 36
C37
Car Call Floor 37
C38
Car Call Floor 38
C39
Car Call Floor 39
C40
Car Call Floor 40
C41
Car Call Floor 41
C42
Car Call Floor 42
C43
Car Call Floor 43
C44
Car Call Floor 44
RM1
Door 1 open signal
RM2
Door 1 close signal
RM3
Door 2 open signal
IDC Connector RB2
Terminals
Pin Term. Description
1
502
0 VDC Car
2
203
24 VDC Car
3
C25
freely programmable I/O
4
C9
Car Call Floor 9
5
C10
Car Call Floor 10
6
C11
Car Call Floor 11
7
C12
Car Call Floor 12
8
C13
Car Call Floor 13
9
C14
Car Call Floor 14
10 I.13
freely programmable Input
11 C15
Car Call Floor 15
12 C16
Car Call Floor 16
13 C17
Car Call Floor 17
14 C18
Car Call Floor 18
15 C19
Car Call Floor 19
16 C20
Car Call Floor 20
17 C21
Car Call Floor 21
18 C22
Car Call Floor 22
19 C23
Car Call Floor 23
20 C24
Car Call Floor 24
21 O.10
freely program. Output
22 O.11
freely program. Output
23 T6
Phone line 6
24 T7
Phone line 7
25 T8
Phone line 8
26 T9
Phone line 9
27 T10
Phone line 10
28 T11
Phone line 11
29 T12
Phone line 12
30 T13
Phone line 13
31 T14
Phone line 14
32 T15
Phone line 15
33 203
24 VDC Car
34 502
0 VDC Car
I.1
Light Curtain Door 1
I.2
Pressure Contact Door 1
I.3
Door 1 Open Limit Contact
I.4
Door 1 Close Limit Contact
I.5
Light Curtain Door 2
I.6
Pressure Contact Door 2
I.7
Door 2 Open Limit Contact
I.8
Door 2 Close Limit Contact
I.12
Overload Input
60
Inspection I/O
60A
Inspection up
60B
Inspection down
60C
Inspection fast
260
24 VDC Car
502
0 VDC Car
502
0 VDC Car
502
0 VDC Car
202
24 VDC Car
203
24 VDC Car
203
24 VDC Car
RM4
Door 2 close signal
RM5
Control & Light off signal
RM6
Freely programmable Relay
Connector X1
Term. Description
201
24 VDC Car
501
0 VDC Car
71
Zone 1
72
Zone 2
CANL CAN Low
CANH CAN High
NLEmergency Light NL+
Emergency Light +
Connector X2
Term. Description
202
24 VDC Car
12A
Level above
12B
Level below
13A
Correction top
13B
Correction bottom
71
Zone 1
72
Zone 2
502
0 VDC Car
Connector X3
Term. Description
SDA
SDA-Extension
SCL
SCL-Extension
freely prog. Relay K1
Term. Description
111
Relay K1-COM
112
Relay K1-NC
113
Relay K1-NO
freely prog. Relay K2
Term. Description
211
Relay K2-COM
212
Relay K2-NC
213
Relay K2-NO
freely prog. Relay K3
Term. Description
311
Relay K3-COM
312
Relay K3-NC
313
Relay K3-NO
freely prog. Relay K4
Term. Description
411
Relay K4-COM
412
Relay K4-NC
413
Relay K4-NO
freely prog. Relay K5
Term. Description
511
Relay K5-COM
512
Relay K5-NC
513
Relay K5-NO
freely prog. Relay 6
Term. Description
611
Relay K6-COM
612
Relay K6-NC
613
Relay K6-NO
Terminal Overview C-IM/32
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DIMENSIONS
Picture 32 shows the dimensions of the C-IM/32 module
Picture 32: Dimensions C-IM/32
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CANOPEN FLOOR INTERFACE MODULE F-IM
The CANopen Bus Module F-IM(Floor Interface Module) is used to connect the specific floor signals to the processor
module MPK 411 through the CANopen Interface. The Address of the F-IM Module via the CAN Wizard. The CANopen
Bus is realized with two Micro-Fit 3.0 sockets. The Module will be mounted with two self-sticking spacers with snap
lock
The connection of control devices and signal transmitters are realized with Micro-Match sockets. The Termination of
the CANopen Bus can be active with a DIP-Switch
Odernumber:
8M04-05-006
MODULEVIEW
PIC 33 shows the Moduleview of the F-IM.
Drawing 33: Module F-IM
CHARACTERISTICS
x
x
x
x
x
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Input Voltage 24 VDC
Output Voltage 24 VDC
4 x free progammable In-/Output
2 x CANopen pluggable Interfaces
1 x CANopen Status LED
1 x DIP Switch for CANopen Termination
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TERMINAL OVERVIEW
The table beneath shows the Pin configuration of the Terminals X1-X4 and the Micro Fit 3.0 for the CANopen
Interface.
Terminal
Configuration
Pin
Configuration
x1 Free programmable I/O (Call1)
CANopen 2.1 Not assigned
x2 Free programmable I/O (Call2)
CANopen 2.2 CANopen 2 High
x3 Free programmable I/O (Call3)
CANopen 2.3 CANopen 2 Low
x4 Free programmable I/O (Call4)
CANopen 2.4 CANopen 2 GND
CANopen 2.5 GND
CANopen 2.6
Power Supply +24V
PIN Configuration F-IM
DIMENSIONS
he beneath Picture shows the measurements of the Module.
48,00
x1
x2
x3
x4
35,00
4,51
Ø3,90
17,50
F-IM
CANopen
2
CANopen
2
EPROM
PIC 34: measurements F-IM
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HOTLINE
HOTLINE FOR CUSTOMERS IN UNITED KINGDOM
Telephone: +44 1244678549
Our Technical Support in UK is available Monday through Friday 8.30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
HOTLINE IN GERMANY
Telephone: +49 (0) 221 89 85 - 69
Email:
service@kollmorgen.de
Our Technical Support in Germany is available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Please provide us with the following information:
1. Control-No.
2. MPK-type
3. Event log
ANNEX 1
Table 1 and 2 refer to CANopen recommendation of the CIA 303.
TABLE 1 – CANOPEN ERROR LED TRUTH TABLE
Error LED
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State
Description
Off
No error
The device is in working condition.
Flickering
AutoBitrate/
LSS
The auto-bitrate detection is in
progress or LSS services are in
progress (alternately flickering with
run LED)(See NOTE.)
Single flash
Warning limit
Atleast one of the error counters of
the CAN controller has reached or
exceeded the warning level (too
many error frames)
Double flash
Error control event
A guard event (NMT-slave or NMT-master) or a
heartbeat event.
(heartbeat consumer) has occurred
Triple flash
Sync error
The sync message has not been
received within the configured
communication cycle period time out
(see object dictionary entry 1006h
Quadruple
flash
Event-timer error
An expected PDO has not been
received before the event-timer
elapsed
run LED
run LED
The expected PDO was not received within the
specified time.
On
Bus off
The CAN controller is bus off
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NOTE: An LSS master shall flicker its ERROR and RUN LED whilst executing LSS services.
TABLE 2 – CANOPEN RUN LED TRUTH TABLE
RUN LED
State
Description
Flickering
Auto-Bitrate/LSS
The Auto-Bitrate Detection is active or the LSS
Service is active (alternating Flicker with the Run
LED) (see note)
Blinking
System Start
The Module is booting
Single Flash
Stopped
The Module is stopped
Double Flash
Reserved for future use
Tripple Flash
Program/Firmware
Download
The Module is processing a Software Update
On
In Operation
The Module is in operation mode.
Please find below the sequences for blinking, flashing and flickering.
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