EST Manual Online

EST
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Manual
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Introduction
About this manual
which the levels are encountered. The individual intermediate menu items are not displayed, e.g.:
Welcome to NEW LIFT, the innovative lift controller manufacturer. Your decision to purchase one of our quality
products opens up completely new electronic horizons.
MAIN MENU > INFORMATION >
ORIENTATION DRIVE
Our product documentation provides an introduction to your new
controller and detailed information
on the facilities available to you.
Conventions employed
Menu items can be recognized by the use of CAPITAL
LETTERS and the > menu arrow (see “1 Overview of the
EST”).
The status of the controller can be read in the operator display, which appears for example as follows:
The manual is structured to enable
you to familiarize yourself with the controller step by step
in the sequence of the chapters, and to find answers to specific questions with the help of the index.
service
INsPEcTION
Points of particular importance are marked as follows:
CAUTION
Information marked "CAUTION" relates to a risk
of accident which could cause physical injury or
damage to property.
THIS INFOR MA TION MUS T BE R EA D.
N O T E
Information marked "NOTE" relates to working procedures and product characteristics. These points include
comments on factual information, explanations of terminology, and tips on making procedures more straightforward.
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Program versions
Our products are subject to continual improvement and further development; specifications may therefore differ slightly from those described in the manual. The version of the
program loaded can be displayed by the controller (see
„4.4 The INFORMATION menu > INFO“), an important
item of information which enables you to familiarize yourself with the possible settings.
Unless otherwise indicated, the technical specification of
controllers corresponds to that applicable on the date of delivery. We reserve the right to make technical modifications
without express notice.
We would be glad to hear constructive suggestions with regard to our controllers and the documentation.
NEW LIFT wishes you the best of success with your new
controller.
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1 Overview of the EST
Operation of the menu is also described in the sequence in
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Content
Contents–1
3 Operation 3–1
3.1 Operating personnel requirements 3–1
3.2 Basic concepts 3–1
3.3 Switching the controller on
and off 3–2
3.4 Operator keypad and
operator display 3–2
3.5 Use of the control menu 3–3
4 Configuration and control commands 4–1
4.1 Factory settings 4–1
4.2 Configuration requirements 4–1
1 Overview of the EST 1–1
1.1 An innovative decision 1–1
1.2 EST Product characteristics 1–1
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
1.2.5
1.3
Compact, safe, compatible 1–1
Easy operation 1–1
Drive programs 1–2
The heart of the controller 1–2
Data exchange made easy 1–2
Technical components 1–3
1.3.1 The motherboard 1–3
1.3.2 All the components at a glance 1–4
2 Fitting and installation 2–1
2.1 Scope of delivery 2–1
2.2 Shaft requirements
Magnet copying 2–2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
Mechanical shaft switches 2–2
Commissioning 2–2
Shaft copying, general 2–2
Deceleration distances 2–3
Lifts with closed-loop control 2–3
Shaft positioning (selection) 2–4
4.3 Notes on the Reference Section 4–2
4.4 The INFORMATION menu 4–3
4.5 The CUSTOMER SERVICE menu 4–5
4.5.1 The SETTING sub-menu 4–6
4.6 The CONFIGURATION menu 4–12
4.6.1 The BASIS CONFIG sub-menu 4–13
4.7 Protection against unauthorised access
4–18
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.7.5
Principles 4–18
Possible passwords 4–18
Setting the PASSWORD 4–19
MENU LOCK 4–19
Access with the password activated 4–19
4.8 Configuration by means of the EST EDIT PC
configuration program 4–20
4.8.1 New functions 4–20
4.8.2 Installing EST EDIT 4–20
4.8.3 Operation 4–20
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5 Commissioning and drives 5–1
5.1 Preconditions for commissioning 5–1
5.2 Installation drives 5–1
5.3 Orientation drives 5–2
5.4 Normal drives 5–2
5.5 Test drives 5–3
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
5.5.6
Initiating test drives 5–3
Standard test drive 5–3
Lock doors 5–4
Testing TCM drive time monitoring 5–4
Testing the shaft final limit switches 5–4
Leaving the test drive menu 5–4
5.6 Short floors 5–5
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
Short floors at terminal landings KO/KU 5–5
Short floor at any floor 5–6
Configuring short floors 5–8
Measuring drive with short floor 5–8
The shaft table 5–9
5.7 Parking 5–10
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.7.5
During parking 5–10
Activating parking 5–11
Restarting the internal Park timer 5–11
Statistical parking floor 5–11
Time-triggered parking floor 5–11
6 Group mode 6–1
6.1 Principles of group mode 6–1
6.2 Group mode adjustment 6–1
6.2.1 Setting the call handover time 6–2
6.2.2 Setting the door time 6–2
6.2.3 Floor offset 6–3
6.3 The group operator display 6–3
6.4 Group faults 6–4
6.4.1 The group processor 6–4
7 Further functions 7–1
7.1 Adjusting the doors 7–1
7.1.1 Door times diagrams 7–1
7.1.2 Reversing time 7–2
7.1.3 Photocell extension 7–3
7.2 Direction reservation 7–4
7.3 Door test during inspection 7–5
7.4 Fireman service control, fire mode and evacuation 7–6
7.4.1 Setting in the menu 7–6
7.4.2 Fire mode control (evacuation) 7–7
7.4.3 Fireman service mode: Swiss standard
(TRA200, SIA 370/10) 7–7
7.4.4 Fireman service mode, Hong Kong
standard mode 7–8
7.5 Drive time control
monitoring (TCM) 7–9
7.5.1 Configuring the TCM 7–10
7.5.2 Resetting the TCM 7–10
7.6 Anti-nuisance 7–10
7.7 Maintenance intervals 7–11
7.7.1 Activation of maintenance intervals 7–11
7.7.2 Deactivation of
maintenance intervals 7–11
7.7.3 Resetting flashing indicator, starting new interval 7–11
8 Technical Data 8–1
8.1 ECONOMY CONTROLLER EST 8–1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.1.5
8.1.6
8.1.7
8.1.7
8.1.9
Safety circuit voltage 8–1
Signal voltage 8–1
Electronics supply voltage 8–1
Man-machine interface 8–1
Basic design 8–1
Features 8–1
Options 8–2
Dimensions EST 8–2
Drive programs 8–2
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9 Faults and troubleshooting 9–1
9.1 Basic concepts 9–1
9.2 The fault memory 9–1
9.2.1 Displaying the fault memory 9–1
9.2.2 Saving faults prior to switching off 9–2
9.2.3 Clearing the fault memory 9–2
9.3 Displayed fault information 9–2
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.2
9.3.3
Fault numbers 9–2
Program module 9–3
Date and time 9–3
Additional info 9–3
9.4 Detailed fault information 9–3
9.4.1
9.4.2
9.4.4
9.4.5
Operating system faults 9–3
Faults in call acquisition 9–4
Shaft selector and relevelling faults 9–6
Door and drive faults 9–7
9.5 Events 9–7
9.6 Systematic troubleshooting 9–8
9.6.1 Filling the troubleshooting line 9–8
9.6.2 Internal data 9–8
9.6.3 External data (ports) 9–9
9.7 Systematic troubleshooting of shaft selector faults 9–9
9.7.1 Positioning signals 9–9
9.7.2 Displayed copy signals: 9–10
9.7.3 Internal positioning counter 9–10
10 Extended configuration for advanced users 10–1
10.1 Debug mode 10–1
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
10.1.4
10.1.5
10.1.6
10.1.7
10.1.8
10.1.9
Cold start 10–1
RES EVENTS 10–1
STOP EVENTS 10–1
EVENTS 10–1
Debug RAM display 10–1
Debug task info 10–1
EEPROM directory 10–2
EEPROM clear 10–2
Park drive 10–2
10.2 System start messages 10–3
10.3 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS1 10–4
10.4 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS2 10–4
10.5 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS3 10–5
10.6 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS5 10–5
10.7 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS4, SYS6, SYS7 10–6
10.8 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SERIAL 10–6
10.9 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > DOOR TYPE 10–7
10.10 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SHORT FLOOR 10–8
10.11 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > FIREMAN SERVICE 10–8
10.12 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > FIREMAN FLOOR 10–9
10.13 Extended fault signals 10–10
10.13.1 Terminology 10–10
10.13.2 Additional Error Messages for
II-a Positioning 10–10
10.14 Terminal Connections 10–11
10.14.1 Terminal Connections 230 Vsignals X100 10–11
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10.14.2 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals X200
10–11
10.14.3 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals X201
10–11
10.14.4 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals X202
10–12
10.15 Connector Pin Assignment 10–14
10.15.1 Pin Assignment Drive Program Connector
X210 25-way D-SUB 10–14
10.15.2 Connector RS-232 serial
X701 9-way D-SUB 10–15
10.16 Seriel Cabels 10–15
10.16.1 Cabel EST <--> PC 10–15
10.16.2 Cabel EST<--> EST Group (GST) 10–15
10.17 Expansions 10–16
10.17.1 Pin Assignment Expansion Connector EWG
X401 16-way D-SUB 10–16
10.18 Pin Assignment
Drive Program X710 (VVVF)
25-way D-SUB 10–17
11 General installation
instructions 11–1
11.1 EMC requirements on the installation of
controllers 11–1
11.2 Components required 11–1
11.3 Control cabinet overview 11–2
11.3.1 EST
Design type A: Hydraulics, Star/Delta,
2 automatic car doors 11–2
11.3.2 EST Design type B: Hydraulics, Softswitch, else
like Design type A 11–3
11.3.3 EST Design type C: Rope, Frequency regulated, 2 automatic car doors 11–4
11.4 Fitting the EST controller in the control cabinet 11–5
11.5 Assembly of the hydraulic
EST controller 11–9
11.6 Assembly of the traction
EST controller 11–9
10.19 Legend 10–17
10.19.1 Components 10–17
10.19.2 Fuses 10–17
10.19.3 Overview 10–18
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1 Overview of the EST
1.1 An innovative decision
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1.2 EST Product characteristics
The EST controller is designed for use with traction lifts,
and with hydraulic lifts utilizing the adjustable fine levelling
facility.
Switchgear in today´s elevator systems is inconceivable without the use of intelligent hardware and software. This
teamwork between switchgear and the lift controller is decisive for the time required for installation and maintenance of
lift systems.
The EST controller is suitable for
speeds up to 2 m/s.
NEW LIFT provides innovative control technology which
can be adapted to the widely varying requirements of different customers and countries. All controllers can be operated from the local display, a laptop computer, or by remote
diagnostics via a modem. We place great emphasis on the
ease of installation and reliability of our products.
The preselection function, which
conforms to EN-TRA-SIAÖNORM standards and which
drives the drive motor contactors, is integrated into the motherboard. The control cabinet is
therefore compact and clearly arranged. An additional plug-in
travel program board is required only for installations with
closed-loop control.
The technical concept of
the controller is based on
a combination of hardware and software components with clear
advantages for long-term
use.
■ RS 232 interface ena-
bles the controller to
be fully configured
and accessed both locally and by remote data communications; can be used as
a group connection.
■ Ergonomic operator keypad ensures precise operation;
operator guidance, status texts and information provided
in plain text in the local language.
■ All labour-intensive connections, such as the shaft bus,
EWG and trailing cable, are made on plug-in terminal
blocks, thereby permitting rapid exchange in the event of
repair.
1.2.1 Compact, safe,
compatible
The controller is supplied with 10 V/ 1 A electronics voltage
and 24 V/3 A signal voltage from an external power supply
unit. Its standardized signals make the EST compatible with
a number of KST subassemblies, resulting in advantages for
logistics and compatibility.
1.2.2 Easy operation
The Man-machine interface comprises the LCD screen and
five control buttons. All controller states and messages are
displayed in plain text: the safety circuit, the controller status, copy signals, drive counter and drive direction, floor
status, the next destination floor and the time.
System settings and inputs can be configured flexibly onsite. Help programs and help texts make commissioning and
maintenance straightforward.
■ Up to 16 landings with one-button control, or 11 landings
with two-button control.
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1 Overview of the EST
1.2.3 Drive programs
1.2.4 The heart of the controller
The drive programs are set via the keyboard according to the
drive type. An additional drive program board is only required for special drives (regulated drive installations). All
available drives can be controlled by means of this technology.
The central processing unit of the EST has a clock frequency of 12 MHz and 2 Mbit of memory. To protect them
against power failure, an EEPROM is also provided in
which all system parameters are written.
The controller is designed
for two door drives and 16
landings with one-button
control, or 11 landings
with direction-sensitive
two-button collective control.
1.2.5 Data exchange made easy
A laptop computer, a PC or a modem can be connected to
the serial interface. Up to 4 EST controllers can be networked through a group processor. The group processor has
5 interfaces through which the connected EST controllers
and a monitor or modem are accessed.
The full range of configuration and remote diagnostics facilities is then available to the user.
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1.3
Page 1–3
Technical components
1.3.1 The motherboard
No.
Description
1
X100
Terminal safety circuit
2
X200
Power supply 230 V
3
3
9
10
11
12
4
14
Pre-selection
4
X201
Copying, inspektion, SHS
5
X202
Floor display
6
X203
Doors
7
X204
Car calls
8
X205
Shaft calls
9
X210
Socket for drive programs
10
IC-16
Configuration EEPROM
11
IC-15
EST program EPROM
12
X701
RS 232 serial connector for connection
to PC, modem or GST group prozessor
13
14
13
5
6
24 V driver
X222
Extension
7
8
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1 Overview of the EST
1.3.2 All the components at a glance
Together with the EST controller, NEW LIFT offers a proven peripheral program by means of which the controller
can be extended to form a tailor-made system if required:
Assembley
EST accessory
Description
Producer
A1
Controller board
EST
NEW LIFT
A2
Power supply 24 V / 3A, twistable
PCLC243
FEAS
A3
Drive programs
■ Controlled by frequency / voltage
■ Behringer / ELRV
FPx
NEW LIFT
A4
Inspection cabinet with or without terminals
INSP
NEW LIFT
A5
Auxiliary power supply units with battery manageHSG
ment (charging and discharging) monitored by regulators for all standard capacities and 6, 12 and 24 volts
NEW LIFT
A6
Safety circuit according to EN 81/TRA 200, which
meets the requirements for advance-operation doors
and relevelling
SHS
NEW LIFT
A9
Module supports floor display, gong and departure
arrows for the shaft
EWG
NEW LIFT
Floor display for straightforward integration of decimal and binary inputs; with ASCII character set
EAZ
NEW LIFT
Pre-assembled magnet sensor console, which simplifies shaft installation
KOPSET
NEW LIFT
A10
autonomous group processor, which combines up to GST
4 ESTs to form a quattro group; GST includes an additional port for external monitoring or modem
NEW LIFT
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Power supply
unit
A2
Auxiliary
control
X100
X201
A4
230 V
Motor
drive
X200
A3
Drive
program
X210
INSP
A7
Controller
A1
KOPSET
X701
A6
SHS
X202
A5
X203
HSG
X204
X205
Group
ctrl GST
230 V
Doors
Shaft
EAZ
EWG
A10
Car pushbutton
A9
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2 Fitting and installation
2.1 Scope of delivery
The technical specification of the customer’s order forms
the basis of the scope of delivery. The electrical data of the
equipment to be connected must conform to the controller.
Before faults are assumed in the controller, ensure that suitable electrical equipment has been selected.
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N O T E
No liability shall be accepted, either for the equipment
itself or for related control functions, if equipment which
has not been approved by NEW LIFT is operated with the
controller.
The scope of delivery includes:
❚ Circuit diagrams describing the controller
❚ Delivery report
❚ Brief instructions
Notes on the circuit diagrams
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering and knowledge
of the operation of lifts are required in order to understand
the circuit diagrams supplied. The diagrams conform to DIN
standards.
Circuit boards are depicted as locks with the appropriate input and output terminals.
The safety switches to be fitted within the safety circuit are
dependent upon the type of lift and the applicable national
regulations; it is assumed that the customer is aware of the
requisite provision of safety switches. Safety switches
shown in the circuit diagram but not required for the installation in question must be bridged at the terminals in the
control cabinet as appropriate.
Terminals which are not required remain free. Door drives
with final limit switches which are connected directly to the
door controller are an exception: the terminals provided in
the inspection cabinet for this purpose must be bridged in
this case (see “Note to Sheet 1” on the circuit diagram).
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2.2 Shaft requirements
Magnet copying
This section provides an overview of the necessary shaft
switches and shaft copies, the positions of the magnets in relation to the drive speed, and the distance between the shaft
magnets and the landings.
2 Fitting and installation
2.2.3 Shaft copying, general
Lift control systems always require signals to decelerate and
align the car. Type EST controllers use bistable proximity
switches for this purpose, i.e. one actuating magnet is required to energize and one to de-energize the switch.
FOR FAULT-FREE OPERATION
2.2.1 Mechanical shaft switches
Mechanical shaft switches are positive-action roller switches operated by a switching cam. The switches themselves
are always installed in a fixed position in the shaft following
adjustment, whereas the actuators (switching cams) must be
fitted to the mobile part of the lift system, specifically the lift
car in the case of traction lifts and the yoke of the hydraulic
piston in the case of hydraulic lifts.
Shaft switches include emergency limit switches, inspection drive limit switches, and pre-limit switches. Emergency
limit switches are used in all cases in traction lifts; inspection and pre-limit switches are used in certain coun-tries only, according to the applicable regulations governing lifts.
At speeds upwards of 1.2 m/s, mechanical pre-limit switches are fitted together with closed-loop speed control as an
additional safety feature. The system thereby monitors at the
terminal landings whether deceleration is actually initiated
(see circuit diagram for each installation).
2.2.2 Commissioning
Operation of the deceleration control must be checked during commissioning, and the sensitivity adjusted. Emergency limit switches, pre-limit switches and inspection drive
limit switches must remain actuated during the complete
drive from the start of actuation by the switching cam until
the buffer is reached, where appropriate.
The distance between the switch and the magnet must not be less than 8 mm or greater than
12 mm as the car passes.
Recommended distance 10 mm.
Offset switches (S33 and S34) are employed at the bottom
and top in order to correct the direction and detect the terminal landings.
These switches also serve to initiate deceleration at the terminal landings. Upwards and downwards switches are not
therefore required for the terminal landings.
When the magnet has been passed in the drive direction to
the terminal landing in question, the associated offset switch
remains switched on, and may be switched off again only
once the terminal landing has been left again. (Exception:
short floor at one of the terminal landings. In this case, the
offset switch must be interrupted once during levelling.
Note the pulse plan of the controller supplied.)
Magnets for offset and door zones (for levelling or or fine
levelling with the door open) must be bolted in place. At
1.2 m/s and above, additional mechanical roller switches are
employed for offset in order to ensure automatic deceleration at the terminal landings in the event of a magnet failing
to switch.
The OFF/ON control state of each proximity switch is displayed on the display, and enables faults to be traced easily
(see “9 Faults and troubleshooting”). Proximity switch
checks can be read clearly only during inspection drive at up
to 0.8 m/s. At higher speeds, the LCD display is too slow to
provide accurate information.
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2.2.4 Deceleration distances
Speed [m/sec]
Traction lift
[m]
Traction lift with
closed-loop controll
[m]
Hydraulic lift
[m]
The deceleration distances are dependent upon several factors, including the speed and load. The values given below
can therefore serve only as guide values for the distance
from the actuating magnets to the landing..
0,35
0.40
-
0.40
0,45
0.50
-
0.50
0,60
0.60
0.70
0.60
0,80
0.85
0.90
1.10
1,00
1.25
1.20
1.40
1,20
-
1.50
-
1,40
-
2.00
-
1,50
-
2.40
-
1,60
-
2.60
-
1,70
-
3.00
-
1,80
-
3.20
-
2,00
-
4.10
-
REQUISITE ACCURACY
The deceleration distances must be the same at
each landing. In installations with closed-loop
control, in particular, an accuracy of ±10 mm
must be ensured..
2.2.5 Lifts with closed-loop control
For lifts employing closed-loop control, it must be ensured
that the magnet actuates the level switch at least 50 mm before the landing. This applies to the level switches in both
directions of drive, i.e. for the upwards proximity switch in
the UP direction and the downwards proximity switch in the
DOWN direction.
Before the closed-loop control is commissioned, the proximity switches must be fitted precisely in position in order to
avoid faults during commissioning. The magnets must be
corrected again once the control has been adjusted.
Lifts with closed-loop control:
Phase controls (thyristor controllers) are employed here for
closed-loop control of lifts. A description of adjustment of
the controller has to be lead through corresponding to the
controller manufacturer´s instructions.
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The following information must be available before
the controller can be commissioned and adjusted:
❚
❚
❚
❚
Intended drive speed
4- or 6-pole motor, i.e. synchronous 1000 or 1500 rpm
Pulse generator or tacho-generator on the motor
If pulse generator is supplied: number of pulses
The procedures necessary for setting these parameters can
be found in the drive controller documentation.
2.2.6 Shaft positioning (selection)
5 (6) tracks are required in the lift shaft for positioning:
■ UP, DOWN
Up/down pulses trigger start of initial deceleration for the
next landing and provide position monitoring in conjunction with LEVELLING A/B
■ A, B LEVELLING
Levelling A/B positions (B only with installations with
fine levelling)
■ KO, KU
Top correction, bottom correction: initiation of deceleration at the terminal landings
2 Fitting and installation
The counters are initialized during orientation drive, synchronized (see “5.3 Orientation drives”), and stored when
the system is switched off. The count is loaded automatically when the system is switched on. The position in the shaft
at any time can be calculated exactly by means of the position counter in conjunction with the instantaneous direction
count.
Whereas the KO/KU/UP/DOWN track in the shaft may
overlap, the aligned positions must be unambiguous (no UP
or DOWN parallel to LEVELLING).
KO levelled and KU levelled are an exception. Unambiguous positions can be calculated from the counts, including
with changes in direction in the shaft (e.g. during inspection). Calculation in advance is also possible, and any requisite short floor can therefore be achieved.
N O T E
The majority of copying faults can be attributed to magnet or sensor bounce, or failure to switch. In order to
simplify troubleshooting, a troubleshooting line can be
called up in the operator display (see “9.6 Systematic
troubleshooting”).
The correction tracks must be bistable, i.e. the signal becomes active when correction is entered and remains active up
to LEVEL, and becomes inactive when the correction track
is left.
The copy program counts the flanks from the position sensors on each track. The signals are evaluated on the UP,
DOWN and ALIGNED tracks. The KO track is evaluated at
the same time during upward drive, and the KU track during
downward drive.
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3 Operation
Page 3–1
3.2 Basic concepts
The EST program system comprises:
❚ The read-only program code in the EPROM;
❚ A configuration in the EEPROM.
Whereas changes to the program necessitate replacement of
the EPROM, the system can be adapted to different environments (new door times, for example) on-site from the operator keypad, or from a PC by means of remote data
transmission. Settings can be changed as often as necessary
and stored in the EEPROM.
They remain stored, even in the event of a power failure, until they are overwritten as required.
3.1 Operating personnel requirements
The manual is intended for skilled personnel specially trained in the installation, repair, maintenance, and in particular
commissioning of lift systems installed in accordance with
TRA or EN81.
CAUTION
Safe installation and commissioning requires
that personnel be familiar with the safety instructions contained in this documentation and
with the acci-dent prevention regulations applicable at the site of installation of the lift system, and that they be able apply these
instructions and regulations.
In addition to the settings, the
controller can be used for a
range of functions and measures such as test functions which
support maintenance and service, or operational functions
which may be required periodically, such as ORIENTATION DRIVE.
All settings and functions are
called up from the main menu, and can be protected against
accidental or unauthorized access (see “4.7 Protection
against unauthorised access”).
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3 Operation
3.3 Switching the controller on
and off
CAUTION
Before switching on, ensure that the controller is connected properly .
When it is switched on, the controller performs a self-test.
Check the two LED operating voltage displays during this
test:
❚ 5 V: General operating display. Indicates that the computer is operating.
❚ 24 V: Computer is operating and has enabled 24 V to the
power supply.
3.4 Operator keypad and
operator display
Open the front cover of this manual and refer to the information on the control menu, which provides an overview of
the control button functions.
When the controller has been switched on, the main menu is
always accessed by
ENTER (middle key).
A help text can be called up for each menu item as follows:
Press the and keys simultaneously.
Ã
Ä
Open the back cover and refer to the information on the operator display, which will enable you to recognize the lift and
controller states.
The operating status is signalled in the display, e.g.:
lock cont.close
tcm
131245
00
09:50
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3.5 Use of the control menu
All settings of the EST controller are performed using the
five control buttons described on the fold-out page.
Perform a setting as follows
Page 3–3
Proceed as follows:
1. Locate the desired function in the menu overview of the
fold-out page, and ascertain its menu path.
2. Access to the main menu: Press the ENTER key.
The main menu appears::
> Select the setting
main menu
> Set the new value
> Save the new value as appropriate in the permanent
EEPROM, so that it is retained in the event of a power
failure.
information
Use of the menu using time and date as an example
Use of the control menu is described below in stages, using
TIME and DATE as an example. This setting procedure is
suitable for this purpose as it can easily be ascertained whether all steps produce the desired result.
3. Switch to the INFORMATION menu level using the
 key. The first item of the INFORMATION MENU (TCM
RESET) appears:
The time is displayed in the bottom left-hand corner of the
operator display. It serves as a basis for a number of internal, time-related functions, such as logging of malfunctions.
The display is accurate to one minute. The date is not displayed.
information
tcm reset
4. Press the
Â
key several times to reach the SET TIME
function; press then the YES key for configuration.
Ã
SET TIME
SET TIME
00:12:44
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5. Position the cursor using the
by means of the
Ã/Ä keys.
Á/Â keys, and set the time
6. Complete the setting procedure using the ENTER key.
The following prompt appears:
Setting the DATE
To set the date, proceed in the same way as steps 1 to 4, but
use the key to switch on to the SET DATE function.
Â
This use of the menu is indicated in abbreviated form in
each case in the manual:
MAIN MENU > INFORMATION > SET DATE
SET TIME
set date
SET ACTUAL TIME?
no
7. Select YES or NO using the
set date
Ã/Ä keys.
8. Terminate the setting procedure by means of the ENTER
key:
❚ The setting is stored permanently by means of YES
Ã;
❚ The setting procedure is aborted without saving by means of NO .
Ä
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To set and save the date, proceed in a similar way to steps
5 to 8 , “Setting the time”.
When you have completed these steps, you will be familiar
with basic operation of your controller. The procedure for
configuring the controller is similar to the above procedure
and is described in the next chapter.
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4 Configuration and control
commands
Page 4–1
4.2 Configuration requirements
4.1 Factory settings
The basic controller settings are stored in the basic configuration. The controller automatically disables the car drive at
the beginning of the configuration dialog before these settings are changed.
The basic configuration is factory-set in accordance with the
technical specification of the order. Changes are not normally required in this menu.
A condition is however that the car has no drive jobs. If an
attempt is made to access the configuration during a drive or
with a drive job active, the drive is first allowed to complete.
Certain settings in this menu cannot be made from the operator keypad, such as “Situation of the doors”. These settings can however be made on-site from a laptop computer
by means of the EST Editor program (see
“4.8 Configuration by means of the EST EDIT PC configuration program”).
CAUTION
You are strongly advised to take the controller
out of drive mode when the lift is stationary;
this can be achieved, for example, by locking
landing calls manually. The BASIS CONFIG dialog
must not be started until all passengers have
left the car.
The status of the installation is always safe
when the controller has been taken out of normal drive mode, i.e. when it is in AUXILIARY or
INSPECTION mode.
N O T E
The configuration menu cannot be reached with the
controller in EMERGENCY STOP PRIO rity (FIRE) mode.
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4.3 Notes on the Reference Section
All items in all controller menus are described sequentially
in this chapter in the order in which they are encountered
when the menus are paged through. In order to use the references effectively, the user must be familiar with operation
of the EST controller (see “3 Operation”).
The Reference Section contains information specific to the
menu item stated previously: the start of each description is
marked in bold together with the menu marker >, e.g.:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > START MONITOR
4 Configuration and control commands
The Reference Section contains information specific to the
menu item stated previously: the start of each description is
marked in bold together with the menu marker >, e.g.:
> START MONITOR
An explanation of the term is provided in capital letters, e.g.
M ONITORING OF CAR MOVEMENT FOLLOWING THE START
COMMAND
A comprehensive explanation or particular instruction may
then follow. “Setting range” and “Step interval” refer to the
range of values which may be entered, e.g.:
❚ Setting range:
❚ Step interval:
5-10 sec
1 sec
Ã
If the setting range is numeric, the key increases the value
by the step interval, and the key reduces it by the same
interval.
Ä
The setting range is indicated together with its units, e.g.
sec, m/s, etc. If no unit is given, the value refers to incidences, e.g. frequency of occurrence before a function is
triggered.
The references refer to one or more related subjects, e.g.:
❚ Reference 1: > TCM RESET (referring to a related menu
item, as in this case)
❚ Reference 2: Fault TA-136 Set starting time expired (see
“Section”, “Description”)
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4.4 The INFORMATION menu
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> ORIENTATION
S TART ORIENTATION DRIVE
> TCM RESET
R ESET OF THE ACTIVATED DRIVE TIME MONITOR
The same effect is achieved by switching the main switch
off and back on. TCM RESET is also possible in the TEST
menu, for example following a TCM TEST.
The function is executed when any key is pressed.
Orientation drive compares switching points (signals) installed in the shaft with the controller configuration, and generates shaft information.
Ã
Ä
YES starts orientation drive;
NO returns to the standard operator without effect.
Reference 1: “7.5 Drive time control monitoring (TCM)”
Reference 2: > TCM TIME
Reference 1: “5.3 Orientation drives”
Reference 2: “9 Faults and troubleshooting”
Reference 3:> SHAFT TABLE
> FAULT DISPLAY
> LANDING CALL OFF
O UTPUT STORED FAULTS
D ISABLE LANDING BUTTONS
The stored faults are listed in the operator display together
with the time, date and floor.
ÁÂ
Page through the list using the / keys. Return to the
standard operator display using the ENTER key.
This is one of several means of disabling the landing buttons. When this function is active, the corresponding “Landing call enable” terminal is inactive (see circuit diagram).
Reference: “9.3 Displayed fault information”
The disabled status is indicated by an “x” in line 4, column
10 of the operator display. Switching the main switch OFF/
ON re-enables the landing calls.
> STORE FAULTS
If the controller is part of a group, this function removes the
car from the group.
S AVE THE FAULTS PREMATURELY IN THE EEPROM
The fault log is normally stored in the EEPROM at midnight. This function should be used to secure the fault log
immediately before the installation is switched off.
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Ã
Ä
YES disables landing calls
NO enables landing calls
Reference: “6.1 Principles of group mode”
Reference: “9.2.2 Saving faults prior to switching off”
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> DOOR LOCK
Reference: “3.5 Use of the control menu”
L OCK DOORS
This function is used, for example, during INFORMATION
or adjustment work to prevent passengers from entering the
car. The controller remains fully operational with the exception of the doors.
> SET DATE
R ESET DATE
set date
CAUTION
set date
Before activating this function, ensure that
there are no passengers in the car.
If the doors are locked, the complete operator text is written
in small characters as an indication. Switching OFF/ON
cancels the door lock.
Ã
Ä
YES locks the doors;
NO enables the doors again.
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Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: “3.5 Use of the control menu”
> SET TIME
R ESET SYSTEM CLOCK
The time which can be set in the controller has two
functions:
a) Indication that the computer is operational
b) Forming the basis of time-dependent functions
The controller has a software-driven clock with date. The
seconds count is generated in the controller processor. The
clock cannot therefore continue to run when the controller is
switched off. The instantaneous time is stored when the controller is switched off, and the clock begins to run again with
this time when the controller is switched back on.
N O T E
The controller time must be reset again following a power failure or deactivation.
ÃÂÄÁ
Perform settings using the / / / keys; return to the
normal operator display using the ENTER key.
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> STATISTICS
D ISPLAY INTERNAL DRIVE STATISTICS
The controller keeps a statistical record of the drive frequency in relation to the floors and the origin of the calls (car buttons, landing buttons and park drive). These statistics form
the basis of “statistical park drive”.
The statistical record is output in the form of a list showing
each floor and the associated journeys.
ÁÂ
The / keys can be used to page through the list. Return
to the standard operator using the ENTER key.
Reference: “5.7 Parking”
> SHAFT TABLE
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4.5 The CUSTOMER SERVICE menu
■ ADJUSTMENT
(see “4.5.1 The SETTING sub-menu”)
> AUTOTEST
C ALL UP AUTO TEST DRIVE MENU
Places the controller in a mode in which automatic car calls
are generated. These calls can be generated according to different criteria.
The calls are generated continually until CALLS OFF is called up in the test drive menu. The controller has normal operating status during the test calls, i.e. “normal” calls are still
possible from the car or landings.
D ISPLAY POSITIONING INFORMATION
The shaft signals read in during orientation drive are stored
and output in list form. This function is useful for troubleshooting during initial installation, for example for checking
whether all shaft signals have been read in (switched) in the
correct sequence.
ÁÂ
> SERVICE INTERVAL
S ET SERVICE INTERVAL
The service interval can be specified both in operating hours
and in drives. Select the desired interval type in line 3 of the
operator display using the RIGHT key.
Â
Use the / keys to page through the list. Return to the
standard operator using the ENTER key.
Setting range:0 ... 1000 operating hours
Step interval:1 hour
Reference 1: “2.2.3 Shaft copying, general”
Reference 2: “9.7 Systematic troubleshooting of shaft selector faults”
Setting range:0 ... 65000 drives
Step interval:1000 drives
Ã
Ä
> INFO
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
D ISPLAYS INTERNAL PROGRAM INFORMATION
Reference: “7.7 Maintenance intervals”
This display provides information on the current program
version and the EEPROM of the specific system.
> COUNTER RESET
NEW LIFT therefore reserves the right to modify and not to
document the content of this screen in future.
C LEAR THE INTERNAL DRIVE COUNTER
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Press any key to return to the standard operator display.
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4.5.1 The SETTING sub-menu
> FAULT RESET
C LEAR THE INTERNAL FAULT MEMORY
> SAFETY DEBOUNCE
D ELAYS STARTING WHEN THE SAFETY CIRCUIT IS CLOSED FOR
THE FIRST TIME
N O T E
All stored faults that may be required for troubleshooting
will be lost.
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Setting range: 0,0 ... 2,5 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
Ã
> STATISTICS RESET
C LEAR THE INTERNAL STATISTICS MEMORY
Press the YES
This function prevents a bouncing lock from initiating a motor stop shortly after starting.
à or NO Ä key.
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: Fault TA-140, “Stopping fault caused by door
contact/lock”
Reference: “> STATISTICS”
> DOOR LOCK DELAY
> DEBUG DISPLAY
L INE 2 OF THE OPERATOR DISPLAY BECOMES INFORMATION
CHANNEL
The desired information channel can be selected using the
/ keys.
ÃÄ
ÃÂÄÁ
Use the / / / keys to perform settings. Use the
ENTER key to return to the standard operator display.
Reference: “9.6 Systematic troubleshooting”
M AXIMUM DELAY FOR DOOR LOCK
If the car door contact is closed and the door lock fails to
close within the set time, the door is opened again and a further closing cycle is started. The process is repeated until the
door has closed properly, or until the cam/lock fault count
has expired.
Setting range: 2,0 ... 4,0 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
N O T E
The following special functions are not available during
troubleshooting:
❚ Call to top floor ( key)
❚ Call to bottom floor ( key)
Ã
Ä
Reference 1: > DOOR LOCK MAX
Reference 2: Fault TA-134, “Lock wait time expired”
Reference 3: Fault TA-135, “Cam/lock fault count expired”
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> TCM TIME
> CONTACTOR MON
D RIVE TIME MONITORING
M ONITORS THE CLOSED CIRCUIT OF THE DRIVE CONTACTORS
( CONTACTORS STATIONARY)
If the controller fails to receive a positioning signal during a
drive within the time set here, drive-time monitoring is activated and the car is stopped, i.e. the next floor must be reached within the time set here.
If a failure occures, TCM releases. Only for export or when
constructed according to EN81 (Plan group X100,
terminal 113).
This status can be cancelled manually only by switching
OFF/ON, or from the controller keyboard.
Switch the function ACTIVE using the
using the key.
Setting range: 1 ... 45 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
Reference 1: > TCM RESET
Reference 2: Fault TA-129, “Contactor monitoring fault in
rest state”
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference 1: > TCM RESET
Reference 2: “7.5 Drive time control monitoring (TCM)”
Reference 3: Fault TA-137, “Set time expired”
> START MONITOR
C AR MOVEMENT MONITORING FOLLOWING THE
START COMMAND
Monitoring begins when the safety circuit is closed. If the
car fails to leave the level position within the set time, the
car is stopped (level switch switched off within the shaft
range).
The shutdown is cancelled by means of the TCM RESET
function or by switching OFF/ON.
Setting range: 5 ... 10 sec
Step interval:1 sec
Ã
Ä
> STAR/DELTA
S TAR/ DELTA STARTING (VALVE PILOT CONTROL WITH SOFT
STARTING)
; Can be set with hydraulic drives only.
Setting range: 0,02 ... 5,0 sec
Step interval: 0,02 sec
Ã
Ä
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> MOTOR OFF DELAY
M OTOR SWITCH OFF POINT DELAYED FOR HYDRAULIC LIFTS
; Can be set with hydraulic drives only.
Setting range: 0,02 ... 5,0 sec
Step interval: 0,02 sec
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
à key, and OFF
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference 1: > TCM RESET
Reference 2: Fault TA-136, “Set starting time expired”
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> SPEED CHANGE DLY
> MIN WAIT CAR
D RIVE CONTACTORS CHANGEOVER TIME
M INIMUM WAIT TIME AT THE FLOOR
Delays the changeover from FAST to SLOW and back on
traction lifts without closed-loop control.
This time is evaluated as the starting delay when the car
lands following a car call. Starting is thereby delayed by at
least this duration, even if a command is present.
Setting range: 0,02 ... 5,0 sec
Step interval: 0,02 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> CAM DELAY
D ELAYS DROP- OUT OF THE DOOR LOCK CAM BY THE SET
When this time has elapsed, the car door begins to close if a
landing call is present.
Setting range: 0 ... 60 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
TIME WHEN THE LEVEL OR DOOR ZONE SWITCH IS REACHED
; Is active and can be set with manual doors only.
Setting range: 0,0 ... 4,0 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> MIN WAIT LANDING
M INIMUM WAIT TIME AT THE FLOOR
This time is evaluated as the starting delay when the car
lands following a landing call. Starting is thereby delayed
by at least this duration, even if a command is present.
Reference: > MANUAL DOORS
When this time has elapsed, the car door begins to close if a
landing call is present.
> DOOR OPEN DELAY
Setting range: 0 ... 60 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
D ELAYS OPENING OF THE CAR DOOR BY THE SET TIME WHEN
THE LEVEL OR ZONE SWITCH IS REACHED
Setting range: 0,0 ... 4,0 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> LAND CALL ENABLE
L ANDING BUTTON ENABLE DELAY FOLLOWING INSP, PRIO
Setting range: 0 ... 30 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
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> CAR CALL PRIO
> CALL HANDOVER
D IRECTION PRIORITY WITH LANDING CALLS
C ALL HANDOVER IN GROUP CONFIGURATIONS
Should the car loose its direction during landing, the drive
direction of the calling push-button is assumed for the duration set here. Callers can therefore issue their desired destinations on the car push-button losing the direction to
another landing call.
This is an important time for group optimisation. It is measured from the level time.
Recommended setting: one door OPEN/CLOSED cycle.
Setting range: 0 ... 30 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> FAULT SEND DELAY
S HOULD THE CAR FAIL TO START WITHIN THIS TIME FOLLOWING A COMMAND , A START FAULT IS SIGNALLED TO THE
FAULT SIGNALLING OUTPUT
This fault is typically triggered by the failure of a door to
close. The car is not shut down, i.e. the car is available again
as soon as the fault is cleared.
The time begins running as soon as the command is issued,
i.e. possibly with the door open. The function is therefore independent of the START MONITOR setting.
With group configurations, the car is removed from the
group at this point at the latest.
Setting range:1 ... 20 min
Step interval:1 min
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
; Active only when group mode is set.
This time is started as soon as a call is issued by the group
processor. If the time expires without the car starting, the car
is taken out of the group and the group call passed on to one
of the other lifts by the group processor. An error message
is not generated.
Setting range: 0 ... 180 sec (40 sec recommended)
Step interval: 1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference 1: > FAULT SEND DELAY
Reference 2: > GROUP MODE
> ANTI NUISANCE
P REVENTS UNNECESSARY DRIVE IN THE
EVENT OF ABUSE OF THE CAR BUTTONS
;
Possible only on installations with photocell or manual
door.
Recognition is achieved by
comparison of the photocell
breaks or manual door operations with the number of car
calls.
Setting range: Bottom landing to top landing:
❚ Number of floors until the car command is cleared
❚ Switches the function off
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: “7.6 Anti-nuisance”
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> PARKING
> CAR LIGHT OFF
A CTIVATION OF THE PARKING /HOMING FACILITY
D EACTIVATION OF THE AUTOMATIC
CAR LIGHT RELAY IN THE IN - SPECTION
CABINET / ON TERMINAL X259
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Reference: “5.7 Parking”
When the car doors have closed, the
time here begins to run. When the
time has expired, the relay drops out
and the car light circuit is interrupted.
> PARK TIME
T IME UNTIL PARKING ( HOMING ) IS ACTIVATED
; Adjustment is possible only with PARKING activated.
Setting range: 1...15 min
Step interval: 1 min
Ã
Ä
The car light is switched back on:
❚ When the door or manual door is opened
❚ When a command is issued from the floor
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Setting range: 0 ... 60 sec
Step interval:1 sec
Reference: “5.7 Parking”
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> PARKING FLOOR
Ã
S ETS DESTINATION LANDING FOR PARKING
> PHOTOCELL EXTEND
Setting range:0 ... top landing
SENGER ENTRY
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Ä
S TEADYING OF DOOR REVERSING BEHAVIOUR DURING PAS -
Reference: “5.7 Parking”
With photocell extend set, the photocell remains effectively
constantly active when interrupted by several people. The
door is not reversed during this time.
> LIFT-OFF FLOOR
Setting range: 0,0 ... 10 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
D ETERMINES DRIVE DESTINATION OF LIFT OFF DRIVE
The lift OFF function can be initiated by means of the keyoperated switch over shaft cable X400 through terminal
X238 (active = 24 V GND). The function can also be activated via the serial interface; the NEW LIFT KSTMON program is required in this instance.
Setting range: 0 ... terminal floor
Ã
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: “7.1.3 Photocell extension”
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
number of floors. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
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> DOOR TIME
> DOOR APPROACH
C ONTROLS CALL HANDOVER TO THE GROUP
P ERMITS LANDING WITH THE DOOR OPEN BY ACTUATION OF
THE SAFETY CIRCUIT BYPASS RELAY K113
; Active only with the group configuration switched on.
If photocells, manual doors or door open buttons are active
for longer than the time set here, landing calls are not transmitted to the EST controller.
;
This function is executed only within valid door zones in
the shaft.
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Setting range:0 ... 300 sec (15 sec empfohlen)
Step interval:1 sec
Reference: Fault TA-141, “Relevelling fault time-out”
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> DOOR PARK STATE
Ã
Ä
D OORS OPEN OR CLOSED AT END OF DRIVE
Press the UP
> DOORREVERSE MAX
N UMBER OF PHOTOCELL INTERRUPTION BEFORE NUDGING
à or DOWN Ä key.
(Also applies to park landing.)
COMMENCE
Setting range: 0 ... 20
Step interval: 1
Ã
> DOOR CHANGE DELAY
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
D ELAYED DOOR CONTACTOR CHANGEOVER BETWEEN OPEN
AND CLOSED, E . G . WITH INTERRUPTION OF PHOTOCELL
DURING CLOSIN
Reference: “7.1.3 Photocell extension”
Prevents a short-circuit with three-phase door drive, e.g. resulting from arcing.
> DOOR NUDGE.TIME
Setting range: 0,0 ... 1,0 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
P OSITIVE DOOR CLOSING TIME
When this time has expired, the photocell function is deactivated, thereby initiating positive closing of the door
Setting range: 0 ... 300 sec
Step interval:1 sec
0: De-activates the positive closing function
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> REVERS TIME
D OOR OPEN HOLDING TIME FOLLOWING RE - OPENING
OWING TO INTERRUPTION OF PHOTOCELL
Setting range: 1 ... 20 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: > PHOTOCELL EXTEND
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> DOOR OPEN TIME
A DOOR LIMIT SWITCH OPERATION IS SIMULATED WHEN THIS
TIME HAS EXPIRED , AND THE MOTOR DE - ENERGISED .
4.6 The CONFIGURATION menu
Set values only on doors without limit switches; otherwise
set to 99 sec.
Setting range: 1,0 ... 99,0 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> OPEN HOLD TIME
W HEN THIS TIME HAS EXPIRED , THE DOOR BEGINS TO CLOSE
IF THE BASIC SETTING IS CLOSED
Applies only when a drive command is present. If a command is present, the door is closed as soon as the starting
delay has elapsed.
Setting range: 2 ... 99 sec
Step interval: 1 sec
Ã
(see “4.6.1 The BASIS CONFIG sub-menu”)
> PASSWORD
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: > MIN WAIT CAR
■ BASIS CONFIG
P ROTECTION OF CONTROLLER AGAINST UNAUTHORISED
ACCESS
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Reference 1: > MENU LOCK
Reference 2: “4.7 Protection against unauthorised access”
> CALLS
ON/OFF SWITCHING OF PRE - PROGRAMMED CALLS
> MENU LOCK
P ROTECTION OF CONTROLLER AGAINST UNAUTHORISED
ACCESS
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Reference: “4.7.4 MENU LOCK”
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> DOOR TYPE
D OOR TYPE CONFIGURATION
> DRIVE SYSTEM
C ONFIGURATION OF MOTOR TYPE
The following types are available:
The following types are available:
NO DRIVE
2-SPEED TRACTION
LOHER DCL
ASC
RST
GIEHL
LEISTRITZ
OILDYNAMIC
1-SPEED TRACTION
BERINGER ELRV
LRV FEINNACHST.
F.UMRICHT..LM.FSV
GIEL-FEINNACHST.
ZETADYN-1DV / 1DF
MICOTROL-330 / 320 / 340
DYNAVERT-L
DYNATRON-S
Select the desired type using the
using the ENTER key.
Ã/Ä keys. Leave the menu
PROGRAMMABLE, e.g. for special doors
MEILLER SPINDEL
KIEKERT
WITTUR 3201
WITTUR RC24
SEMATIC LMDC2010
SIEMENS AT10
RIEDL RTK
I.G.V.
RATHGEBER PUFFER
AS8081
Select the desired type using the
using the ENTER key.
Ã/Ä keys. Leave the menu
> MANUAL DOORS
D OOR CONFIGURATION WHEN MANUAL SHAFT DOORS ARE
FITTED
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
Reference: > CAM DELAY
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> DOOR DECOUPLING
> DEPARTURE ARROW
N UMBER OF FAILED COUPLING CYCLES OF A SPINDLE DOOR
BEFORE THE INSTALLATION IS RESET ; ALL CALLS ARE CLEA RED , BUT THE CAR IS NOT SHUT DOWN
D EPARTURE ARROWS ACTIVE ( ILLUMINATED ) WITH DOOR
; Setting possible only when door type = PROGRAMMA-
BLE. Value 3 is set automatically with other door types.
Setting range: 1 ... 10
0: Deactivate function
Ã
CLOSED
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
> EMERG STOP FN
C AR CALLS CLEARED FOLLOWING EMERGENCY STOP ; AN
EMERGENCY STOP IS GENERATED BY ALL SWITCHES IN THE
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference:Fault TA-133, “Decoupling counter expired”
> DOOR LIMIT SW
D OOR CONFIGURATION : D OOR WITH LIMIT SWITCH
;
SAFETY CIRCUIT UPSTREAM OF THE DOOR AND LOCK
CONTACTS
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
> EMERG STOP MAX
N UMBER OF EMERGENCY STOPS BEFORE THE INSTALLATION
IS SHUT DOWN; AN EMERGENCY STOP IS GENERATED BY ALL
Setting possible only with PROGRAMMABLE door
type.
SWITCHES IN THE SAFETY CIRCUIT UPSTREAM OF THE DOOR
Press the YES
The emergency stops must be generated during one drive.
Shutdown is cleared by means of the TCM RESET function.
à or NO Ä key.
> DOOR DEENERGIZED
D OOR CONFIGURATION : D OOR MOTOR DE - ENERGIZED IN
REST STATE
; Setting possible only with PROGRAMMABLE door
type.
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
AND LOCK CONTACTS
Setting range: 1 ... 10
0: Function off
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference 1: > TCM RESET
Reference 2: Fault TA-142, “Emergency stop fault count
expired”
> CAR DOOR BUFFER
O N OLDER DOOR DESIGNS WITH MECHANICAL BUFFER
;
Setting possible only with PROGRAMMABLE door
type.
Press the YES
à or NO Ä key.
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> DOOR INTERR MAX
> FIREMAN SERVICE
N UMBER OF DRIVE INTERRUPTIONS CAUSED BY LOCK / INTER-
C ONFIGURATION OF FIREMAN SERVICE ( FIRE MODE / FIREMAN
MODE )
LOCK FAULTS DURING A DRIVE BEFORE THE INSTALLATION IS
SHUT DOWN
Setting range: 0 ... 255
The shutdown is cancelled by means of the TCM RESET
function, or by switching the power supply OFF/ON.
Setting range: 1... 10
0: Function off
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference 1: > TCM RESET
Reference 2: Fault TA-143, “Stopping fault count expired”
> DOOR LOCK MAX
N UMBER OF DOOR LOCK FAULTS BEFORE CAR AND LANDING
CALLS ARE CLEARED
All calls are cancelled, but the car is not shut down. Reasons
for the car not being started are for example failure of lock
or car door contact to close.
Setting range: 1 ... 10
0: Function off
Ã
Ã
Reference: “7.4 Fireman service control, fire mode and
evacuation”
> FIREMAN FLOOR
D ESTINATION OF FIRE MODE DRIVE
The fireman function can read in the destination floor by
means of hardware or software. If the software function is
used, the destination floor is taken from the setting in this
menu item.
The door information is coded in the floor by the addition of
the following values to the floor:
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: Fault TA-135, “Max. number of door lock faults
exceeded”
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
+64
For door A
+128
For door B
+192
For doors A+B
In this example, the value 136 has been set for door B for
destination floor 8.
Setting range: 0 ... 255
Ã
G ROUP CONFIGURATION OF LIFTS
Setting range: 1 ... 255
0: No group
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> GROUP MODE
Reference: > FIREMAN SERVICE
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> SHORT FLOOR
Reference: “6 Group mode”
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
S PECIFICATION OF SHORT FLOOR MODE
Ã
Ä
Reference: “5.6 Short floors”
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> FLY TIME
> RELEVEL STOP
L ANDING TIME WITH SHORT FLOOR
S TOP MOTOR AND VALVE OVERRUN TIME WITH DELAY
; Adjustment possible only with SHORT FLOOR
Setting range: 0,02 ... 10,0 sec
Step interval: 0,02 sec
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: “2.2 Shaft requirements Magnet copying”
FOLLOWING LEVELLING
;Can be set only if RELEVELLING is active.
Permits more accurate levelling when the level position has
been reached.
Setting range: 0.02 ... 2.0 sec
Step interval: 0.02 sec
Ã
Ä
> ZONE TIME
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
D OOR ZONE DELAY ON , AFTER STARTING
Reference:> RELEVELLING
Setting range: 0,0 ... 10,0 sec
Step interval: 0,1 sec
> DOOR ZONE OFF
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> RELEVELLING
D ROP -OUT DELAY OF SAFETY CIRCUIT BYPASS RELAY
FOLLOWING RELEVELLING
; Can be set only if RELEVELLING is active.
F INE LEVELLING OF THE CAR ( INCLUDING WITH DOOR OPEN )
Permits more accurate levelling when the level position has
been reached.
Can be set with hydraulic drives with active RELEVELLING only.
Setting range: 0,02 ... 2,0 sec
Step interval: 0,02 sec
Enables exact levelling during relevelling of the exact
aligned position.
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Setting range: 0,02 ... 2,0 sec
Step interval: 0,02 sec
Reference: > RELEVELLING
;
Ã
Ã
Ä
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: “2.2 Shaft requirements Magnet copying”
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> LANGUAGE
O PERATOR DISPLAY SETTING
Setting range:GERMAN, ENGLISH
(other languages on demand)
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
> SERIAL
S ETTING SERIAL INTERFACE
This setting is used for the special configuration, and is preset as standard
Setting range: 0 ... 255
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Reference: “10.8 Menu CONFIGURATION > BASIS
CONFIG > SERIAL”
> SYS1 > ... SYS3 ... > SYS7
F ACTORY -STANDARD SETTINGS
These settings are special configurations pre-set in the factory.
Setting range: 0 ... 255
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
References: “10.3 Menu CONFIGURATION > BASIS
CONFIG > SYS1” up to “10.7 Menu CONFIGURATION
> BASIS CONFIG > SYS4, SYS6, SYS7”
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4.7 Protection against unauthorised
access
4.7.1 Principles
Access to the menu or the main menu levels can be protected against unintentional or unauthorised access by entry of
a four-digit numeric password.
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4.7.2 Possible passwords
The password always consists of the first three digits,
which can be selected freely, and the final digit, which specifies the level(s) to be protected:
0
No protection
1
Protects CONFIGURATION
When a password has been set, it is requested when the protected main menu level is opened. This level cannot be accessed if no password or an incorrect password is entered.
2
Protects SERVICE
3
Protects CONFIGURATION and SERVICE
Once the protected level has been opened, it remains open
until 00.00 (midnight) or until it is closed again by entry of
the password.
4
Protects INFORMATION
5
Protects CONFIGURATION and INFORMATION
The controller is supplied set to “0000”. Protection is not
active in this case.
6
Protects INFORMATION and SERVICE
7
Protects CONFIGURATION, SERVICE and
INFORMATION
8
No protection
9
Protects CONFIGURATION
Examples of passwords:
❚ 1237 consisting of password 123 and protection of all
levels;
❚ 8366 consisting of password 836 and protection of
INFORMATION and SERVICE.
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4.7.3 Setting the PASSWORD
KEEP THE PASSWORD IN A
SAFE PLACE
Once the password has been set, it may not be
possible to access the CONFIGURATION level
without entry of the password. The password
cannot thereafter be changed or reset.
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4.7.4 MENU LOCK
A password must be set before this function can be used. Levels accessed by means of the password remain accessible
until 00.00. Protection can be restored in advance by means
of the MENU LOCK function.
> Call up the following in turn in the main menu:
CONFIGURATION > MENU LOCK
MENU LOCK
> Call up the following in turn in the main menu:
CONFIGURATION > PASSWORD
The current password appears, e.g.:
password
nein
> Press the YES Ã or NO Ä key. Then use the ENTER key
to save the setting and leave the menu.
0000
4.7.5 Access with the password activated
If a level is protected by a password, the following information is displayed when the level is selected::
0000 means: No password
> Write the desired password down.
> Using the Á/Â keys, position the password over the re-
INFORMATION
Ã
quired digit. Then use the key to increase and the
key to reduce the values.
Ä
> Repeat this procedure for all digits until the desired password has been entered.
> Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
If the subsequent prompt, “RESET YES/NO” is acknowledged with the YES key, the password is saved. Provided the password is not equal to 0000, it becomes active
immediately, and protects the selected level(s).
Ã
Keep the password in a safe place, but ensure that it is
available to the authorized maintenance personnel.
0000
The figure “0000” must now be overwritten with the previously set password. The cursor is initially located on the
first digit.
> Use the à key to increase and the Ä key to reduce the
values. Confirm the password and leave the menu using
the ENTER key.
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4 Configuration and control commands
4.8 Configuration by means of the EST
EDIT PC configuration program
4.8.1 New functions
The EST EDIT configuration program was written to enable
you to configure your EST controller on a PC.
This has the following advantages:
■ Data files can be processed more clearly directly on the
PC screen.
■ Configurations already present in the EST can be trans-
ferred, processed and saved again.
■ Identical data files need only be generated once. They
can then be used repeatedly.
■ Data files can be stored safely.
The editor is a DOS program which an be used on virtually
any PC or laptop computer.
It is available directly from NEW LIFT on diskette, and may
be copied freely by our customers as shareware. A serial
data transmission cable is also required; customers may order this cable from NEW LIFT or fabricate it at any time
themselves (see “10.16 Serial Cabels”).
Starting the program from the hard disk
> Start the editor from the hard disk by entering EST EDIT
and pressing the Return key.
The editor does not initially require an ONLINE connection
to the controller. If you wish to transmit or receive data to or
from the EST, however, a serial link must be set up through
the COM1 or COM2 interface.
The start help program uses COM2, the standard interface
for most PCs.
4.8.2 Installing EST EDIT
4.8.3 Operation
The EST Editor can either be started from the diskette or
copied onto the hard disk:
The EST Editor operation is broadly similar to the
MS-DOS shell (refer to the Microsoft MS-DOS user manual
and reference) or an SAA operator interface:
> Switch to the DOS operating system level on the PC.
> Insert the EST Editor diskette.
> Change to the disk drive: C:>A:
> Start installation: A:>install A C
❚ Issue commands using the Alt key, the alphabetic keys
A to Z, the cursor keys and the function keys
❚ Leave menus using the Esc key; call up important infor-
mation with F1
The program can also be operated by means of a mouse, provided the mouse is installed under DOS.
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❚ The car door must be closed
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❚ In the case of lifts driving at 1.2 m/s and faster
and with closed-loop control, the additional
mechanical final limit switches must also be fitted at the terminal landings in order to ensure
monitoring of deceleration at the terminal landings.
5.2 Installation drives
The following points must be checked prior to first
drive:
5.1 Preconditions for commissioning
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Rope lengths, undershoot and overshoot
Stipulated switchgear room height in the shafthead
Operational test of the safety switches on the car roof
Adequate deceleration force of the brake
Shaft access points closed and locked
Safety catch and speed limiter
Operational test of the inspection drive pushbutton
CAUTION
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY
and in order to avoid unnecessary troubleshooting during commissioning, the following conditions must be met before the first drive is
performed:
❚ Emergency limit switches fitted, adjusted, and
operation tested
❚ Impact buffer fitted
❚ Operational test of inspection drive performed
❚ Operational test performed of all safety circuit
switches
❚ Operation of the deceleration monitor must
be checked and tripping of the monitor set during commissioning. Emergency limit switches,
pre-limit switches and inspection limit switches
must remain actuated for the complete drive
from the beginning of actuation by the cam up
to possible impact with the buffer.
❚ An increased risk of accident is always entailed
during an installation drive. The local accident
prevention regulations must be observed.
❚ Installation drives may be performed only
with the inspection drive facilities fitted for the
purpose on the car roof.
❚ Actuating magnets fitted in shaft in accordance with pulse plan
❚ Counterweight balancing performed with
50% load
❚ Ensure that the cabin door blade passes through with sufficient clearance to the interlock defeat mechanism
N O T E
After an inspection drive, normal operation is only possible following the opening and closing of the safety circuit (fitter steps down from car). If the car is levelled,
normal operation is available immedeately.
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5.3 Orientation drives
The orientation drive compares the fitted switching points
(signals) in the shaft with the configuration of the controller, and generates the internal information table for positioning. The car also measures and records the drive times
between all floors.
Should a discrepancy be detected during orientation drive, a
fault message is output. Discrepancies include missing or
superfluous pulses. In the event of a fault, a question mark
appears in column 1, line 4 of the operator display.
An orientation drive is normally required only once, when
the controller is started for the very first time. A drive command without a valid orientation drive automatically results
in an orientation drive being started.
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Proceed as follows to initiate orientation drive:
> In the main menu, call up the following functions in turn:
INFORMATION > ORIENTATION DRIVE
”ORIENTATION DRIVE” flashes on the operator display
during orientation drive. If the controller subsequently switches automatically to normal mode, orientation drive has
been completed successfully.
Malfunctions arising during orientation drive are shown
flashing.
N O T E
Orientation drive must be differentiated from correction drive, which always has the next terminal floor as
its destination, e.g. following fatal positioning errors.
If short floor is configured according to the shaft, a
measuring drive is performed when the orientation
drive has been completed (see “5.6.5 Measuring drive
with short floor”).
Reference:“5.6.6 The shaft table”
5.4 Normal drives
An orientation drive must always be initiated by the controller as the first drive. Only when orientation drive has been
completed properly and without malfunctions may further
normal and test drives be initiated from the machine room
or the pushbuttons on the car and landing panels.
N O T E
T O
F IR ST
D RI V E
The door should be prevented from opening during the
first drive by switching off the door drive.
Reference 1: “5.5.3 Lock doors”
Reference 2: 4.4 The INFORMATION menu > DOOR
LOCK
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5.5 Test drives
Test drives are used for the performance of inspections by
the licensing authorities, or for commissioning the lift.
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The test drive menu appears directly in the operator display
and is started by means of the key:
Â
In contrast to normal drives, for which call commands are
issued from the landing or car panels, test drives are always
initiated from the controller. Calls are issued from a test
drive menu which is called up on the operator display.
The menu operates parallel to normal operation of the controller. When the menu is activated, test drives can also be
performed concurrent with normal drives.
test=5
DRIVE
The following test drive types are possible:
test=5
DRIVE
■ DRIVE: Standard test drive sets car call in the target floor
■ TCM: Test drive with activation of test time monitoring
The test drive menu flashes during the display to signal test
mode.
Signals destination floor 5
Signals “DRIVE” test type
(TCM) after approx. 3 seconds
■ FINAL LIMIT SWITCH: Test drive to final limit
switches
In addition, the door(s) can be locked with all test drive
types. Locking is cancelled automatically when the test
drive menu is left.
The menu display encompasses columns 10 to 16 and lines
3 and 4. All other information on the operator display
remains displayed.
5.5.1 Initiating test drives
The following inputs can be made whilst the test drive menu
is flashing:
ÁÂ
ÃÄ
> Select the test drive type using the / keys:
DRIVE; TCM; LIMIT SW; DOOR; OFF
> Enter the destination floor using the / keys
> Initiate test drive using the ENTER key
The different test drive types are then displayed.
5.5.2 Standard test drive
test=5
DRIVE
Drives can be initiated from the machine room with this
drive type. The drive is initiated as a car call and is identical
to a normal drive.
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Further test drives can be initiated whilst the drive is in progress. These are stored, acknowledged and executed as car
calls.
shut down when the time has expired. When drive time monitoring has been initiated (TCM flashes), resetting is possible immediately by pressing the ENTER key.
5.5.3 Lock doors
5.5.5 Testing the shaft final limit switches
test=0
test=0
door
LIMIT SW
To lock out undesired passengers, the doors can be locked
prior to execution of the test drive:
> Press the à key: lock doors
> Press the Ä key: enable doors
Line 1 is then displayed small during the test drive to signal
that the doors are locked.
Any test drive type desired can be selected concurrent with
this function; the “LOCK DOORS” function remains active.
The doors are enabled again automatically when the test
drive menu is left.
5.5.4 Testing TCM drive time monitoring
The destination of this drive is the topmost or bottommost
floor. The controller executes a normal drive until the car is
in the level position, at which point it ignores the level position and moves the car at slow speed to the final limit
switch.
During final limit switch test drive:
> The à key sets the KO floor (topmost floor)
> The Ä key sets the KU floor (bottommost floor)
During the final limit switch test drive, the ENTER key
must be pressed as soon as the function is initiated and
held down until the car has reached the final limit switch position (dead man function).!
5.5.6 Leaving the test drive menu
test=0
tcm
For this function, a drive destination is selected and initiated as for a standard test drive. The internal TCM time is
overwritten with approx. 3 secs for this test. This results in
a TCM monitoring error being triggered and the car being
test=0
off
The test drive menu can be left in test drive type OFF by
pressing the ENTER key.
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5.6 Short floors
5.6.1 Short floors at terminal landings KO/KU
If the interval between two floors is too small to bring the
car to a halt owing to the speed V2 and the required deceleration distance, the landing magnet for the destination floor
must be set back by the requisite distance.
For a short floor at the KU terminal landing, the landing magnet for floor 1 would have to be placed below the LEVEL
position of floor 0. This is of course impossible; a short floor
drive must therefore be performed from floor 0 to floor 1
and vice-versa.
This means for example that the DOWN landing magnet for
floor 1 is located between floors 2 and 3, and that there is no
longer a DOWN magnet between floors 2 and 1. In this case,
the interval between 1 and 2 is a short floor.
> In this case, the landing position for floor 0 (KU track)
must be placed before floor 1.
The requirements for:
❚ BISTABLE KU track and
❚ Unambiguity of the LEVEL position
mean that the KU track for the LEVEL [1] position must be
broken.
LEVEL
0
UP
1
1
2
2
DOWN
3
> In this case, three magnets, from the top downwards:
NORTH - SOUTH - NORTH required for correction at the
bottom:
3
1
2
LEVEL
KU
Floor [0]
0
Floor [1]
Floor [2]
2
2
Floor [3]
DOWN
1
UP
KU
F IG : S HORT FLOOR IN THE SHAFT
1
UP
Short floor
DOWN
0
0
Floor [0]
Floor [1]
Floor [2]
Short floor
UP
DOWN
F IG.: S HORT FLOOR AT KU
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B IS T A B L E
E XPL A N A T I O N
The proximity switch is switched on in the UP direction
by the south pole of a magnet and switched off on the
same track in the DOWN direction by the north pole of a
second magnet.
During short floor drives, the car starts with speed V1 and
switches to speed V0 at the deceleration point V0 (applies
only to installations with closed-loop control). In this case,
the first UP position is assigned to floor 2.
UP
1
2
2
3
> Use the à key to increase and the Ä key to decrease the
No additional magnet track is required for switching
off the intermediate speed V1.
3
4
1
DOWN
CONFIGURATION > BASIS CONFIG > FLY TIME
N O T E
5.6.2 Short floor at any floor
0
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
time values [msec]. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
This principle also applies to the top floor
(KO short floor).
LEVEL
The deceleration point is determined by the time interval to
the LEVEL stop and will be stored as FLY TIME. Proceed
as follows:
2
KU
0
Floor [0]
Floor [1]
0
Floor [2]
Floor [3]
3 short travels
DOWN
UP
F IG.: S HORT FLOOR AT ALL FLOORS
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5.6.3 Automatic zone suppressionThis function is
available only if the function “PRE-OPENING DOORS”
has been selected (see “> DOOR APPROACH”). This
function is illustrated by the following example:
A short floor drive is performed from floor 1 to floor 2. The
UP landing magnets for floor 1 and 2 are therefore both
ahead of floor 1.
During a drive from 0 to 2, floor 1 is therefore crossed during landing, in the process of which the door zone of floor
1 is detected.
The zone up to floor 1 must be suppressed automatically in
this instance in order to prevent the door from opening at
floor 1.
A prerequisite for this is a zone gap between floor 1 and
floor 2, as shown in the diagram.
Zone
Suppressed zone
Resulting zone
LEVEL
0
UP
1
1
2
2
3
3
Landing
Direction of drive
F IG .: S UPPRESSED ZONE
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5.6.4 Configuring short floors
5.6.5 Measuring drive with short floor
To configure short floors, proceed as follows:
If a short floor is configured, the time behaviour of the car
at speed V1 is automatically measured following the orientation drive. The car drives at speed V1 between the next
two floors for this purpose (the car is accelerated after
LEVEL and landed on the next possible floor).
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
CONFIGURATION > BASIS CONFIG > SHORT FLOOR
Basis config.
short floor
1
> Select one of the following settings::
Since the measured V2 times are available from the orientation drive, the time interval from starting at V1 to changeover to V0 can be calculated at a later stage for a short
floor.
This applies to any floor with the exception of KU and KO.
If short floors are set for these floors, additional measurement drives are performed automatically.
If the drive system settings are re-adjusted, a new orientation drive must also be performed.
0
No short floor
1
Short floor(s) in the shaft
2
Short floor in KU
3
Short floor in the shaft + KU
4
Short floor in KO
5
Short floors in the shaft + KO
6
Short floors KU + KO
7
Short floors only
“MEASURING DRIVE” flashes on the operator display during the measuring drive(s).
The measuring drives are performed at V2 on installations
without closed-loop control (without V1).
“Shaft” is synonymous with “somewhere in the shaft, at
least once”;
KU = Bottom correction (bottommost floor)
KO = Top correction (topmost floor)
Ã
Ä
> Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
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5.6.6 The shaft table
Examples
The shaft table shows the information stored during orientation drive, namely the UP/DOWN magnets and whether
they are present between the LEVELLING magnets.
1)
shaft table
The exact positions are not saved, nor are the relationships
between the UP/DOWN magnets to each other, which are
essential for the positioning program.
0
1
1
To display the shaft table, proceed as follows:
0
> Call up the following points
in turn from the main menu::
INFORMATION >
SHAFT TABLE
Line 2: Between floors 0 and 1
Line 3: UP magnet for floor 1
Line 4: KU magnet for floor 0
Line 2 of the operator display
indicates the shaft section.
2)
Line 3 indicates the UP and
KO magnets in this shaft section.
Line 4 indicates the DOWN
and KU magnets in this shaft
section.
ÁÂ
> Press the / keys to move
the shaft portion by one floor in each case. An overview is
displayed of the mag-nets present in the shaft and the resulting conclusions.
shaft table
1
2
2
3
1
Line 2: Between floors 1 and 2
Line 3: UP magnet for floors 2 and 3
Line 4: DOWN magnet for floor 1
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5 Commissioning and drives
5.7 Parking
3)
shaft table
2
3
The controller supports automatically activated parking to a
parking floor (normally downwards) in accordance with
TRA 265.51 .
The PARKING FLOOR and the PARK TIME to activation
of parking can be set in steps of 1 to 15 minutes.
If the parking floor is a landing which actually exists in the
system and the settings described above are employed, this
is described as standard parking.
Line 2: Between floors 2 and 3
Line 3: No UP magnet, Short floor
Line 4: No DOWN magnet, Short floor
If the parking floor setting is greater than the topmost system floor, statistical parking is activated.
Time-driven parking can only be programmed in the factory. In this instance, the car drives to different preset parking
floors during preset times.
4)
shaft table
3
4
5
2
3
Line 2: Between floors 3 and 4
Line 3: UP magnet for floor 5
Line 4: DOWN magnets for floors 2 and 3
Conclusion:
Short floor between floors 2 and 3. Two UP magnets and
one DOWN magnet between floors 1 and 2; no magnets
between floors 2 and 3 (short floor), and two DOWN magnets and one UP magnet between floors 3 and 4.
If the controller is configured in a group and statistical parking is preselectedt (see “5.7.4 Statistical parking floor”),
the car drives to a parking floor determined by the group
controller on an hourly basis .
5.7.1 During parking
The operator display indicates “PARK/HOMING” during
parking. The door is actuated according to the set door park
state when the car lands on the parking floor.
Parking operations can be aborted at any time by new drive
commands. The car drives to the new destination floor by
the shortest route, and the direction display is switched in.
R EV ER SI N G
S T O P
If the new command is in the opposite direction to the
parking direction, the car lands on the next possible
floor. The door remains closed and the car drives to the
floor from which the call originated.
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5.7.2 Activating parking
5.7.3 Restarting the internal Park timer
A number of settings must be performed:
Follow the procedure below to reset the park timer to zero:
■ Switch on PARKING
■ Terminate drive
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > PARKING
> Set PARKING to ACTIVE using the à key. Leave the
menu using the ENTER key.
and
■ PARKING FLOOR
> Call up the following functions in turn from the main
menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > PARKING FLOOR
Ã
> Increase the floor value to floor “n” using the key;
reduce the floor value using the key. Leave the menu
using the ENTER key.
Ä
and
■ PARK TIME
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > PARK TIME
> Using the Ã/Ä keys, set the time to parking in minutes.
Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
■ Switch the controller OFF/ON
■ Switch the priority controller OFF (auxiliary mode, in-
spection mode, fireman service mode, fire mode)
Car relevelling movements do not restart the park timer. The
park timer is held when the priority controller (auxiliary mode, inspection mode, fireman service mode, fire mode) is
switched on.
5.7.4 Statistical parking floor
The controller records landing data in a statistics memory
with each landing. The parking floor can be established
from these statistics. The car then selects as the parking
floor the floor from which landing calls are most frequently
received.
The function becomes active when
■ the set PARKING FLOOR is greater than the highest
floor in the system; floor 255 is a suitable value in this instance.
■ PARK/HOMING is active and the time, PARK TIME
has expired.
The statistical selection of the parking floor can be switched
to parking on a specific programmed floor by selecting an
existing floor.
5.7.5 Time-triggered parking floor
This menu setting can only be configured in the EST Editor.
The function is of use only in conjunction with the real-time
clock.
If parking/homing is ACTIVE and the PARK TIME has expired, the car drives to the set parking floor.
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5 Commissioning and drives
If the time condition set for a specific parking floor is not
fulfilled, the car drives to the “basic” parking floor (condition c). A specific time is defined for a specific parking floor
as follows:
“Parking floor: Day(s), Hour(s)”
One or more days, for example the entire week, may selected for the day. Any interval or several intervals, in steps of
one hour, may selected for the hour; the limit is 24 hours.
Examples:
08-10 hours, 12-14 hours, 17-22 hours
The parking floor driveled to is either
Up to five parking floors can be determined simultaneously.
The EST Editor is used for programming.
a) The parking floor determined by statistical evaluation
b) The parking floor assigned for a specific time
c) The single parking floor previously implemented
Parking/homing according to condition b) or c) is not performed if statistical parking floor is set.
For condition b), Time-triggered parking floor” to be effective, it must be:
1. Programmed in the EST Editor
2. Switched on (> CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS1 + 8)
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6 Group mode
6.1 Principles of group mode
Group control is undertakten by the GST group processor.
Each GST has a serial connection to the EST (interface
X701). Calls from landing buttons are presented to all EST
controllers in parallel, but are only transmitted from one
EST to the GST. This EST has the designation MASTER
(MST), all other ESTs are SLAVES (SLV). The promotion
to master is selected by the GST on a random basis and can
change depending on a situation, e.g. when the master EST
is switched to inspection mode.
Each controller processes its car calls normally, but transmits its status continuously to the GST and receives selected
landing calls from the GST.
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The status of a EST comprises its car calls, its position in the
shaft, its direction, and its status (inspection etc.). The GST
compares the landing calls from all EST controllers, and decides at the last possible moment which car is to receive the
call.
The group supports the parking floor of the car with the aid
of a simultaneous statistics function:
If PARK DRIVE is active in the main menu
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > PARK DRIVE
the PARKING FLOOR is set to 255, and the set PARK
TIME (1 to 15 minutes) has expired, the group signals to the
car the floor from which landing calls are most frequently
received. This function is performed independently for all
cars.
Should a EST fail (fault, external event, etc.), the remaining
ESTs receive all calls, a new master will be assigned automatically – no calls are lost. If group communication is lost
permanently, each EST independently receives a proportion
of the landing calls after a brief interval, according to the
preset group mode.
6.2 Group mode adjustment
The group programs always become active when the set
GROUP MODE is greater than 0. The group mode is a number between 0 and 255, in which three functions are encoded:
A Response to landing call enable in the event of a group
fault (e.g. communication), (fault: Rd-150)
B Issuing of landing call priority to the ESTs
The numbers of the selected functions A and B must be added together to produce the setting.
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6 Group mode
Function A
6.2.1 Setting the call handover time
Response to landing buttons in the event of a group fault:
Should problems be encountered on a EST which prevent
further drives (e.g. door lock fault), the call is retrieved from
this EST at the latest after “CALL HANDOVER” seconds,
and handed over to the next EST.
Number
Key
Type
1
Landing call enable for (0, 2, 4,...)
duplex
2
Landing call enable for (1, 3, 5,...)
duplex
3
Always without enable
duplex
4
Always with enable
duplex
5
Landing call enable for (0, 3, 6,...)
triplex
6
Landing call enable for (1, 4, 7,...)
triplex
7
Landing call enable for (2, 5, 8,...)
triplex
6.2.2 Setting the door time
8
Reserved
-
9
Landing call enable for (0, 4, 8,...)
quattro
10
Landing call enable for (1, 5, 9,...)
quattro
Observed are:
❚ Interrupted photocell,
❚ the active door OPEN button and
❚ the open manual door
11
Landing call enable for (2, 6, 10,...) quattro
12
Landing call enable for (3, 7, 11,...) quattro
The time to re-issuing can be set:
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > CALL HANDOVER
The setting is between 10 and 180 seconds (recommended:
40 seconds).
Ã
Ä
> Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
If these times are longer than the set DOOR TIME, the call
is retrieved by this EST after “DOOR TIME” seconds, and
issued to the next EST.
The time to re-issuing can be set:
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
Function B
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > DOOR TIME
Specification for assignment of priority landing call to the
EST:
Number
Key
16
1st priority landing call receiver
32
2nd priority landing call receiver
The setting is between 0 and 300 seconds (recommended:
15 seconds).
Ã
Ä
> Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
Note: The “2nd priority landing call receiver” receives the
priority call when the 1st landing call receiver is inactive
(e.g. inspection etc.).
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6.2.3 Floor offset
; This setting can be configured with the EST Editor only.
Shafts of different lengths can be combined to form a group
configuration. The offset is the distance between the shorter
shaft and floor [0] of the longer shaft.
Conditions
1. All shorter shafts must be complete sub-set of the
longest shaft.
2. The offset of the shorter shaft to the longer shaft must
not exceed 7 floors.
3. The shorter shaft must always be SLAVE in the group;
this must be taken into account with the setting “1st priority landing call receiver” (Group No. +16).
Normalization
The distance to the shorter shaft can be displayed in normalized form in the operator display of the affected EST.
6.3 The group operator display
The EST displays its group status by means of a code letter
in line 4, column 1 of the operator display.
Value
Key
w
Waiting: EST waits for group connection
(switch on)
M
Master: EST with landing call acknowledgement
m
Single master drives without group controller,
other ESTs are out of the group (inspection
etc.)
S
Slave: EST without landing call acknowledgement
p
Pending: EST wishes to leave group (inspection
etc.)
X
Exit: EST has left the group
#
EST / GROUP link broken
@
Brief intermediate status
EST begins counting with the offset instead of “0”.
Valid configuration example:
Display Not normalized Normalized Offset SLV
EST-A
0123456789
0123456789
0
EST-B
01234567
12345678
1
X
Unvalid configuration example:
Display
Not normalized
EST-A
012345678
EST-B
012345678
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6 Group mode
6.4 Group faults
The following three faults indicate a problem in the link between the EST and group processor:
RD-130Unknown group command
RD-150Group communication interruption
RD-151Unanticipated master -> slave exchange
In the event of a permanent group fault,
the landing calls without group processor
are issued according
to the set group mode.
6.4.1 The group processor
The link to each EST comprises a serial line.
The status of each line is displayed by an LED on the group
processor:
❚ LED lit continuously: connection to EST present
❚ LED flashing: fault or disconnection on corresponding
line
If a durable fault occurs, the group prozessor should be restarted with the RESET key; landing calls may be lost.
A PC program can display the group processes schematically via the integral serial interface (group monitor GS MON).
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7 Further functions
7.1 Adjusting the doors
7.1.1 Door times diagrams
Level (S29/S30)
Landing (S31/S32)
Zone enable
Zone
Bypass
2
1
Cam delay
2
1
Cam
Door open delay
2
1
Door OPEN
1
Door CLOSED
2
3
Starting delay*
4
Open holding time*
Call command
1
Opens during approach
2
Opens when level
3
Car starts when command is issued and starting delay time has expired
4
Doors close when open holding time has expired
* Configurable Menu point in ADJUSTMENTS submenu
F IG .: G ENERAL DOOR TIMES
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7 Further functions
7.1.2 Reversing time
On doors without limit switch, the door moves to the OPEN
position only if the reversing time is sufficiently long.
On doors with limit switches, the door always moves as far
as the limit switch, but does not close until the reversing
time has expired.
Door open
Door closed
Photocell
Reverse time
F IG : D OOR REVERSING TIME
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > REVERS TIME
> Set the reversing time in seconds using the Ã/Ä keys.
> Save the setting by pressing the ENTER key.
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7.1.3 Photocell extension
In order to hold the door in reversing mode as passengers are
entering the car, a photocell extension time is set. Activation
of the photocell is extended artificially for this time so that
it remains active when passed through by several passengers, and the doors do not reverse.
This time does not extend the REVERSE TIME, i.e. the
door is not kept open for an excessive time. Accordingly,
the REVERSE TIME can be set shorter. We recommend
that the magnitude of the REVERSE TIME be selected
equal to the DOOR OPEN DELAY (up to 4 seconds).
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There is only one time for all doors. To set the photocell extension, proceed as follows:
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > PHOTOCELL EXTEND
ÃÄ
> Using the / keys, extend the extension time in seconds. We recommend that this time be set to approx. 3 seconds, or a little longer if the lift is used by older or disabled
persons (the value 0 cancels this time).
> Save the setting by pressing the ENTER key.
F IG.: P HOTOCELLS
Door open
Door closed
Open holding time
Reverse time
Only interruptions which last
longer than the
time set here
cause a closing/
reversing operation and initiate
the reversing
time.
Photocell
Photocell extension
With several passengers:
Photocell
Photocell extension
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7 Further functions
7.2 Direction reservation
Extension of the car direction by the CAR CALL PRIO
time. During this time, a passenger can enter the car and issue a car call without another potential passenger on another
floor calling the car.
The direction reservation is noted as the car lands. The direction reservation time begins from the level point.
Door open
Door closed
Door open delay
N O T E
In groups, the CAR CALL PRIO should always be greater
than the STARTING DELAY.
Starting delay
Direction reservation
Direction
Car command
Actual reservation
F IG .: D IRECTION RESERVATION FOR CAR COMMANDS
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > CAR CALL PRIO
> Set the direction priority in seconds using the Ã/Ä keys.
> Confirm the setting by pressing the ENTER key.
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7.3 Door test during inspection
According to the mode selected, the door(s) can be moved
to OPEN or CLOSED for test purposes. The OPEN and
CLOSE door buttons must be used for this purpose.
The test cannot be performed if an inspection drive command has been issued. An inspection drive command has
priority, and automatically closes the door(s). During the
test mode the reversation is switched off.
> Setting:
SYS 2
+4
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7.4 Fireman service control, fire mode
and evacuation
The system supports an evacuation drive to the main floor,
and a fireman service control. Whereas the sole task of evacuation drive is to bring the car to a preset main floor and
park it there with the doors open, the fireman service control
permits operation of the car using the car buttons. A fireman
service key-operated switch must be operated in the car for
this purpose.
All characteristics described below are transmitted to the
controller via the menu. The main floor can be determined
in two ways:
A In the landing button shaft cable (this method enables an
evacuation switch to be connected in theory on each
floor)
7 Further functions
7.4.1 Setting in the menu
All evacuation/fireman settings can be set by combination
of the following parameters:
Value Function
0
Main floor is identical to FIREMAN FLOOR
1
Main floor is coded in shaft cable
2
Nicht belegt
4
Evacuation from X255 + MAIN FLOOR
8
Reserved
16
Evacuation automatically becomes fireman drive
32
Fireman standard = Hong Kong (otherwise
Switzerland, TRA200 )
64
Door in main floor OPEN (otherwise CLOSED)
128
Fireman service drive can be switched off on
main floor only
B By EST Editor
Which of the two methods is used is determined by the
FIREMAN MODE described below.
Setting example: The number 97 is composed of the following partial values:
1
Fireman standard = Hong Kong
32
Main floor is coded in shaft cable
64
Door on main floor OPEN (otherwise CLOSED)
To carry out the setting, proceed as follows:
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
CONFIGURATION > BASIS CONFIG >
FIREMAN SERVICE
Ã
Ä
> Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
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7.4.2 Fire mode control (evacuation)
When the fire mode is activated by shaft signal X255 (fire
mode key-operated switch), the “fire mode drive” operating
mode is set in the controller. All other priority controls with
the exception of inspection control and auxiliary control are
overridden.
The operator display of the controller signals this condition
by flashing “FIRE MODE”. Photocells are deactivated; the
controller no longer acknowledges calls, and calls which
have already been acknowledged are cancelled.
Affected functions
❚ Landing and car buttons are locked
❚ Overload and full load recognition is deactivated
❚ Any photocells, sensor strips, etc. are deactivated
Drive to the main access point
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7.4.3 Fireman service mode: Swiss standard
(TRA200, SIA 370/10)
When the fireman key-operated switch at the main floor is
operated, the car drives directly to the main floor and remains there with the doors unlocked and open
(TRA266.52). The car and landing buttons are locked (see
also “Fire mode control”).
When the fireman key-operated switch in the car is operated, the controller is set to FIREMAN MODE. All other
priority controls, with the exception of inspection and auxiliary, are rendered ineffective (TRA 266.55). At the same
time, further drive commands can be issued from the car.
If fireman mode is switched on without prior evacuation to
the main access point, the instantaneous floor is entered as
the main access point.
The car drives by the shortest route to the main access point
and remains there with the doors open.
The operator display of the controller flashes “FIREMAN
MODE” in this status.
If the car is at that point driving away from the main access
point, it lands on the next possible floor with the doors closed, then drives to the main access point by the shortest
route.
Affected functions
If the car is at that point driving in the direction of the main
access point, the drive is extended or shortened so that the
car lands at the main access point.
The controller reverts to normal mode when fire mode priority is switched off.
❚
❚
❚
❚
Landing and car buttons are locked
Overload and full load recognition is overridden
Any photocells, sensor strips, etc. are deactivated
Priority controls with the exception of inspection and auxiliary control become inactive
Türmodus
❚ The “CLOSE DOOR” pushbutton is inactive
❚ The “OPEN DOOR” pushbutton is inactive
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Car buttons
The car buttons are enabled for commands; the first car button pressed activates a drive command.
If the fireman switch is switched ON/OFF, the car command is cleared (TRA 266.52(2) ). If the switch is switched
ON/OFF during drive, the car command is cleared and the
car lands on the next possible floor. A safety circuit interruption during drive does not clear the car command.
Eine Sicherheitskreis-Unterbrechung während der Fahrt
löscht das Innen-Kommando nicht!
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7.4.4 Fireman service mode, Hong Kong
standard mode
When the fireman key-operated switch in the car is operated, FIREMAN MODE is set.
When the fireman switch is operated for the FIRST TIME at
a point other than the main floor, an evacuation drive is performed to the main floor (as described for “7.4.2 Fire mode
control (evacuation)”).
The operator display of the controller flashes “FIREMAN
MODE” in this status.
Affected functions
N O T E
Car commands can only be issued if the fireman keyoperated switch is switched on.
Switching off fireman mode
If partial value 128 is active in the “FIREMAN MODE” setting, the “FIREMAN MODE” can only be switched off at
the main floor. Operation of the fireman key-operated
switch in all other positions only has the effect of clearing
any car commands; the operating mode is retained.
❚ Landing and car buttons are locked
❚ Overload and full load recognition is overridden
❚ Any photocells, sensor strips, etc. are deactivated
On the main floor:
❚ Door basic setting during landing: as programmed
On other floors:
❚ Door basic setting during landing CLOSED
Door control
The car buttons and the CLOSE DOOR and OPEN DOOR
buttons are active as described below:
❚ In the car status DOOR OPEN
The CLOSE DOOR pushbutton closes the door, provided
it remains pressed. The door opens when the button is released. The door remains closed if the CLOSE limit
switch is active.
All car buttons have the same function as the CLOSE
DOOR button. No drive commands are accepted from
the car buttons.
❚ In the car status DOOR CLOSED
The car buttons are enabled for commands: the first car
button pressed initiates a drive command.
The OPEN DOOR button opens the door, provided it remains pressed. The door closes when the button is released. The door remains open if the OPEN limit switch
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is active, or if the DOOR OPEN TIME has expired on
doors without limit switch.
❚ In the cars status DRIVE
Further car commands can be issued to shorten the drive.
All acknowledgements and commands are cleared upon
landing.
If the fireman switch is pressed again, all car commands
are cleared and the car lands on the next possible floor.
Switching off the fireman drive
The “Fireman mode” can be configured such that it can be
switched off only on the main floor. In all other positions,
operation of the fireman key-operated switch only has the
effect of clearing any car commands: the operating mode
remains unaffected.
A drive can however be performed only with the signal
active (key).
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7.5 Drive time control
monitoring (TCM)
The controller supports drive time control monitoring according to TRA 262.621(1). When the motor is started, the
presence of the positioning signals is monitored. Each new
positioning signal restarts the drive time control monitoring
with the full monitoring time.
When the car is started, the next positioning signal must reach it within the set drive time. If this time elapses, the motor triggers an emergency stop, and the controller is locked
for normal drives. This status is displayed by “TCM”
flashing on the operator display of the controller.
N O T E
A TCM is activated when the START MONITOR monitoring time expires (to EN 81).
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7 Further functions
7.5.1 Configuring the TCM
7.6 Anti-nuisance
The time required for activation of the TCM can be adjusted. Any time setting greater than 0 seconds switches the
function on. The presetting is 45 seconds.
The car can be protected against use of the
car buttons for nuisance drives. The active photocell and
manual doors are taken into account for
this function.
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > TCM TIME
Ã
Ä
> Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
7.5.2 Resetting the TCM
When shut down by the TCM, the installation can be reactivated by one of the following procedures:
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
MAINTENANCE > TCM RESET
> Press the YES Ã key.
❚ or switch the controller OFF/ON
❚ or switch the auxiliary switch ON/OFF
❚ or switch the inspection switch ON/OFF
If the car has received
a drive command from
an internal pushbutton
and the photocell or
manual doors are not
activated following
the “nth” stop at the latest, the remaining car
commands are cleared when the car starts, and the start is
aborted. The function does not appear on the operator display.
Switching anti-nuisance On/Off
The number of drives “n” without activation of the photocells which causes tripping of the TCM can be adjusted. The
function is active when “n” is greater than 0.
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > ADJUSTMENTS > ANTI NUISANCE
Ã
Ä
> Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
The function is inactive when “n” is set as 0.
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7.7 Maintenance intervals
The system supports monitoring of maintenance intervals
based on the motor’s drive counter and operating hours
counter.
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7.7.2 Deactivation of
maintenance intervals
The function is deactivated when the intervals are reset (interval = 0). Both intervals must be set to 0.
If the system is equipped with a modem, the event can be signalled automatically.
> Call up the following
in turn from the main
menu:
SERVICE >
SERVICE INTERVAL >
OPERATING HOURS
Other control functions are not affected by this setting.
> and
7.7.1 Activation of maintenance intervals
SERVICE >
SERVICE INTERVAL >
DRIVE COUNTER
When the interval limit (drive operations/hours) is reached,
the operator display flashes. The display continues to flash
until it is reset by entry of a new interval.
The function is activated when the intervals are set.
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
SERVICE > SERVICE INTERVAL >
OPERATING HOURS
or
SERVICE > SERVICE INTERVAL >
DRIVE COUNTER
7.7.3 Resetting
flashing indicator, starting new interval
Monitoring is restarted (and flashing reset) when a new interval is entered.
The service interval can be specified both in operating hours
and in drives.
> Select the desired interval type in line 3 of the operator
display using the RIGHT key.
Â
Setting range: 0 ... 1000 Betriebsstunden
Step interval: 1 hour
Setting range: 0 ... 65000 drives
Step interval: 1000 drives
Ã
Ä
Use the key to increase and the key to reduce the
values. Leave the menu using the ENTER key.
The interval begins with the current count of the drive or
operating hours.
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8 Technical Data
8.1.5 Basic design
8.1 ECONOMY CONTROLLER EST
All functions for operation in accordance with EN/TRA/
SIA/ÖNORM standards are provided as standard for rope
and hydraulic control.
8.1.1 Safety circuit voltage
230 V AC - 115 V AC - 48 V AC
8.1.6 Features
8.1.2 Signal voltage
❚ 12 MHz CMOS microprocessor
❚ RS 232 interface for laptop computer, PC or modem
24 V DC
(remote data communications)
❚ ASICS for CPU Connection
❚ 16 floors Pushbutton, Collective Stop or Collective
8.1.3 Electronics supply voltage
10 or 24 V DC
❚ Modular construction, all modules conform to B.S.
Down control
❚ 11 floors with two-button collective control
❚ Acknowledge output for each call
❚ Outputs for floor display (HEX, GRAY or discreate up to
❚ LED displays for preselection relays and 5 V and 24 V
power supply
8.1.4 Man-machine interface
The safety circuit, states and messages, selection signals,
drive direction, landing status and destination floor, drive
counter and time are displayed on a super-twisted four-line
LCD display with 16 characters per line. User-guidance is
provided in plain text in German or English through five
control buttons.
Further languages are available upon request. Help texts are
displayable on-screen. Help programs are provided for rapid
commissioning and diagnostics. All settings can be configured on-site.
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
❚
eight floors)
14 drive types, selectable by software
Short drive as desired
Overlapping stopping distances as desired
All inputs/outputs electronically fused
Fire service and fire mode control
System Off as desired
Overload and full load settings
Freely programmable homing drive
Automatic car light
Fault memory with up to 100 entries in chronological
order, with floor status
Fault signalling via RS 232 interface or freely programmable output
All inputs/outputs electronically fused and designed for
fault diagnostics
Statistical park drive according to landing call frequency
No orientation drive necessary upon restoration of power
supply
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8 Technical Data
8.1.7 Options
❚ Door drive A for all standard floors, through-loading and
opening alternate sides
❚ Door drive B for all standard floors
❚ I/O extension up to 32 floos/single button or 22 floors/
two button (in preparation)
❚ Module EWG for floor position indication, landing dis-
play, departure arrows, landing gong
❚ Group controller GST for duplex, triplex or quattro
❚ Commissioning and diagnostics programs
❚ Modem interfacing and remote diagnostics
8.1.7 Dimensions EST
313 x 233 x 30 mm
8.1.9 Drive programs
EST plug-in modules
❚ FP-REGE for rope drives with three-phase control
❚ FP-FU for rope drives with frequency control
❚ FP-BERI for Beringer hydraulic ELRV
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9.2.1 Displaying
the fault memory
9.1 Basic concepts
The recorded faults can
be paged through in the
operator display.
Any events deviating from the anticipated events are considered below as faults. A fault may be recognized easily, for
example when a door fails to close within the specified time.
Troubleshooting is considerably more difficult when an
event involving an unexpected floor arises, which could
point to a major mains supply interference.
Faults are displayed flashing in line 2 of the operator display for approximately three seconds, and are then transferred to a fault memory. The last 100 faults are always retained in this memory. When the memory is full, the earliest
fault entered is cleared from the memory and overwritten by
the latest fault.
Each fault is displayed
with its own characteristics.
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
INFORMATION > FAULT DISPLAY
> Use the  key to display the next fault and the
Á key to display the previous fault. Return to the normal
operator display using the ENTER key.
Example:
9.2 The fault memory
nr=3
(6)
The fault memory is a volatile memory (RAM), the content
of which is lost when the power supply is switched off. In
order for faults to be stored over longer periods (up to 100
faults), the entire contents of this memory are written to a
non-volatile memory each day at midnight.
ID=mon
er=129 4
When the system is switched on, the fault memory is loaded
from the non-volatile memory and restored to the condition
which it was in when it was switched off.
08:12:36 02.01.95
POWER FAILURE
Content
Fault 3
Cause of fault
Fault number
Time of occurrence
Day of occurrence
Short description
(of 6 recorded faults)
MON (see Section B3)
129 on floor 4
08:12:36
02.01.1995
POWER FAILURE
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9.2.2 Saving faults prior to switching off
9.3 Displayed fault information
In order to save fault information which would be lost if the
installation were to be switched off, the contents of the fault
memory can be written manually to the non-volatile background memory.
Each fault is stored and displayed with four items of information:
> Call up the following in turn from the main menu:
INFORMATION > STORE FAULTS
> Press the YES key.
> Activate storing by pressing the ENTER key.
Ã
9.2.3 Clearing the fault memory
The fault memory can be cleared at any time.
> Call up the following functions in the main menu:
SERVICE > FAULT RESET
> Press the YES key.
> Activate resetting by pressing the ENTER key.
Ã
❚
❚
❚
❚
Fault number
Program module
Date and time
Additional info
9.3.1 Fault numbers
Fault numbers have values between 128 and 255. The values 0 to 127 are reserved for internal events. These internal
events, which are for information purposes only (e.g. change of priorities), can be written to the fault memory. These
events can be recognized by having fault numbers lower
than 128.
The numbers 128 to 191 fall into the category of “non-fatal”
faults and 182 to 255 into that of “fatal” faults. The latter are
always caused by major faults in the system. They are identified as faults when the program status and the data are
considered suspect. A program restart is performed in this
case.
Faults of this kind are entered in the fault memory, but are
not included in its normal display. As part of long-term statistics, however, they may provide the manufacturer (or the
operator performing troubleshooting) with an indication of
the source of electrical faults. These faults are displayed
when > SYS1 contains the partial value “1”.
A system restart may cause calls to be lost, and in ex-treme
cases the car to be stopped. The software stops the car however only when LEVEL.
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9.3.2 Program module
9.4 Detailed fault information
The program module indicates the location of the detected
fault:
9.4.1 Operating system faults
MON
IP
RD
KB
TA
Operating system
Call acquisition
Call processing
Car
Door and drive
MON-ERROR, key
128
Warm start of computer (NMI) following fault
129
Power failure or power supply fault: OFF/ON
130
Fault in save function of EEPROM
131
24 V failure
9.3.2 Date and time
132
24 V measured (following MON ERROR 131)
The date and time functions enable the point in time at
which events occur to be determined.
141
Checksum fault on external program
142
Checksum-Fehler von externem Programm
143
Run-time fault on external program
150
Ring buffer overflow
151
Data transfer initialization fault
9.3.3 Additional info
This information indicates the floor on which the fault occurred. Other information is also provided, such as the internal number of the pushbutton in the case of an overload or
short-circuit on the landing pushbuttons..
N O T E
All remaining MON-ERRORs are internal faults which
only occur in the event of a major malfunction. Please
contact the manufacturer if these errors often occur..
192-255
Internal failure
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9.4.2 Faults in call acquisition
IP-ERROR, key
160
Short circuit on call acknowledge lamp.
161
No response to short-circuit test on landing call
acknowledge lamp. Possible overload on landing
call accept lamp.
N O T E
The IP-ERROR faults shown below are internal faults
which only occur in the event of a major malfunction.
Please contact the manufacturer if these errors often
occur.
192-255
Internal failure
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9.4.3 Faults in call processing
RD-ERROR, key
N O T E
128
Door fault while landing (may be a problem following an emergency stop)
129
Hardware fireman address not readable (may be
incorrectly configured)
130
Group transfer unknown (fault on the line, or incorrect group version)
131
Group: no send buffer available
134
Destination floor greater than KO (top) floor
All subsequent RD-ERRORs are internal faults which only
occur in the event of a major malfunction. Please contact
the manufacturer if these errors often occur.
192-255
Internal failure
135* Car does not accept message (may be a problem
following an emergency stop in the landing zone)
136
Emergency stop ON in limit switch mode
137
Emergency L.S. mode
138
Emergency stop OFF
150
Group communication break
151
Group: unexpected change of mst/slv
152
Get ring buffer (group)
153
Put ring buffer (group)
154
Group: illogical door command
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9.4.4 Shaft selector and relevelling faults
KB-ERROR, key
130
140
141
144
148
Irreparable positioning fault
Start: drive
Shaft initialization suspect
Door lock fault
Evacuation switched on
The orientation drive faults 150 to 158 are evaluated according to the set KO floor and the short floor setting.
150
151
152
153
154
155
158
Orientation drive: too many LEVEL signals
Orientation drive: too few LEVEL signals
Orientation drive: too many UP signals
Orientation drive: too few UP signals
Orientation drive: too many DOWN signals
Orientation drive: too few DOWN signals
Orientation drive: unknown fault
160
161
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
Invalid car destination
Initialization error (orientation)
Orientation order during orientation drive
Unexpected motor movement
No measuring drive possible if KO < 4
Unexpected movement out of LEVEL or ZONE
Short floor fault
Short floor fault
Zone fault (ON)
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
192
Zone fault (OFF)
LEVEL COUNTER not odd (can be corrected)
LEVEL COUNTER not odd (can be corrected)
Counter not found, CORRECTION requested
Counter contradiction
No UP/DOWN change (slipped?), CORRECTION
requested
Counter bounce, positioning operation negated
KO safety violation (possible only with short floor
drive to KO)
Between floors: UP counter out of valid range
KU safety violation (possible only with short floor
drive to KU)
Between floors: DOWN counter out of valid range
LEVEL counter out of valid range, sets EMERG.
STOP, stops on next floor
CORRECTION performed, system restarted
N O T E
The KB-ERRORs below are internal faults which only occur in the event of a major malfunction. Please contact
the manufacturer if these errors often occur.
193 - 255
Internal failure
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9.4.5 Door and drive faults
TA-ERROR, key
129
130
131
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
149
150
151
154
160
170
171
172
173
Contactor monitoring fault in rest state
Door monitoring time - door A not closed
Door monitoring time - door B not closed
Door decoupling counter expired
Retiring cam timeout
Retiring cam failer counter expired
Starting problem - lubu timeout TCM
Drive run-time monitoring: TCM timeout without
movement of motor
Unexpected landing in KO/KU (shaft selection problem)
Unexpected landing (shaft selector problem)
Stop during motion (open door contact/lock contact)
Lift out of level or zone; relevelling fault timeout; :
motor stopped
Emergency stop counter expired
Stop during motion counter expired
Decoupling fault - door A
Decoupling fault - door B
Relevelling fault (bypass time) timeout
Unexpected levelling interrupt (shaft selection
problem)
Unexpected landing interrupt (shaft selection problem)
Drive abort due to door contact/lock contact
Photocell reversing counter timeout expired
Motor problem: brake not opened (LM-FSV)
Motor problem: brake not closed (LM-FSV)
FORCED STOP ON via terminal X231
FORCED STOP OFF via terminal X231
N O T E
All TA-ERRORs below are internal faults which only occur
in the event of a major malfunction. Please contact the
manufacturer if these errors often occur.
147, 148
Internal failure
152, 153
Internal failure
192 - 255
Internal failure
9.5 Events
An event logging can be switched on in addition to the fault
logging.
This is achieved by setting bit 6 in the menu CONFIGURATION > BASIS CONFIG. > SYS2 (adding value 64).
Events are thus also written into the fault memory. They are
distinguished from faults by having numbers smaller
than 128.
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9.6 Systematic troubleshooting
9.6.2 Internal data
NEW LIFT controller provide a special troubleshooting line
which appears in line 2 of the operator display and which is
continually refreshed. This line is displayed when the following functions are called up in turn from the main menu:
Internal data channels provide information only to users
with special training. At present, approximately 25 internal
information channels are programmed.
> SERVICE > DEBUG DISPLAY
> Press the YES Ã key.
> Start troubleshooting by pressing the ENTER key.
You can now switch between troubleshooting lines: use the
key to switch to the next line and the key to switch
back to the previous line.
Ã
Ä
A restart or a panic error leading to a restart clears the troubleshooting line.
N O T E
ÃÄ
In normal mode, the / keys are assigned to test drive
to the top or bottom floor; these functions are not
available again until troubleshooting has been switched
off.
9.6.1 Filling the troubleshooting line
The troubleshooting line is filled by a selectable information channel. The display format used for these line depends
on the information channel selected.
There are two main groups:
1. Data channels external to the EST (ports)
2. Data channels within the EST (variables, buffers)
The list will be extended and adapted as required, and is
shown below.
Internal Information
Format (Line 2)
Debug RAM monitor
rd shift status
kb shift status
ta shift status
status
Doors
Door status (A B C )
Group command
Group
Group, last illegal.code
dd_register
moc, mocx
BGN load
Drive program signals
Positioning signals
Positioning counters
Door message
Car V0 n Level
MiBrEtage
drive-command
start-blocked
Car call enable
LM-FSV drive state
xxxx: xx xxxx
RD=xxxxxxxx---->
KB=xxxxxxxx---->
TA=xxxxxxxx---->
RD KB TA
A: B:
TZUST xx xx xx
GRP= cmd-floor-rqst
R_K_O xx xx xx
ERDAT xx xx xx xx xx
DD_RE xx xx xx xx xx
MOC=xx xx
20/100 xxxx xxxx
FP= 0 1 L S DOWN UP
KOP= xxxxxxxx<---CNT=LEV-UP-DOWN
rtur:xxxxxxxxxx
KBV0= counter
MB=counter
ANTR=xxxxxxxx
STBL=xxxtxxxxx
KBFR=01
SA4Status=xx
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9.6.3 External data (ports)
Each port has eight separate information bits and is uniquely
identifiable by an address.
Formatting: D2=XXXXXXXX
The left-hand X represents bit 7, the right-hand X bit 0.
The assignments of the ports and bits and the status (0 active/1 active) can be ascertained by trained personnel with the
aid of the port assignment list.
Bit 7 on port D2 for example is the lock contact in the safety
circuit..
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9.7 Systematic troubleshooting of
shaft selector faults
A shaft selector fault can be detected as such as soon as magnet is overshot. The controller supports troubleshooting on
the positioning signals and internal counters.
Call up the following in turn in the main menu:
> Im Hauptmenü nacheinander aufrufen:
SERVICE > DEBUG DISPLAY
> Press the YES key.
> Start troubleshooting by pressing the ENTER key.
Ã
The following information appears in the operator display:
9.7.1 Positioning signals
kop=xxxxxxxxxxxx
The last six positioning signals are stored in the controller,
which enables an initial check to be made for bouncing or
missing signals. Each signal comprises two digits: the most
recent signal appears at the right-hand end of the line:
KOP = xxxxxxxxxxXX,
The oldest signal appears at the left-hand end of the line:
KOP = XXxxxxxxxxxx
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9.7.2 Displayed copy signals:
00
No signal
01
KU
02
KO
04
UP
08
LEVEL A
10
DOWN
14
UP+DOWN
20
LEVEL B
28
LEVEL A+B in the shaft
29
LEVEL on bottom floor (KU)
2A
LEVEL on top floor (KO)
9.7.3 Internal positioning counter
CNT= xxx xxx xxx
The positioning counters display the flank numbers on each
track. This forms the basis of internal slection. Three counters are provided, i.e. LEVEL, UP, DOWN; the counters are
also displayed in this sequence.
The KO counter is mixed with the UP counter and the KU
counter with the DOWN counter. Should a magnet be overshot, the count behaviour can be read off:
❚ A properly read magnet increases or decreases the count
by two (flanks).
❚ If no magnet is active, the count must be even
(0, 2, 4, 6, ....)
❚ If a magnet is active, the count must be odd
(1, 3, 5, 7,....)
The signal value contains the associated floor:
❚ Odd level signal: (n-1) / 2
Even level signal: n / 2
❚ Odd up signal: (n+1) / 2
Even up signal: n / 2
❚ Odd down signal: (n-1) / 2
Even down signal: n / 2
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advanced users
Page 10–1
10.1 Debug mode
A hidden debug menu (for advanced troubleshooting) is implemented in the controller. The debug menu contains
functions for monitoring internal procedures. The menu is
started when the keys / / ENTER are pressed simultaneously.
ÁÂ
CAUTION
This menu is intended for trained personnel
only.
10.1.1 Cold start
Restarts the system (as following fatal error).
10.1.2 RES EVENTS
Reset internal logging.
10.1.3 STOP EVENTS
Stop internal logging.
10.1.4 EVENTS
Display internal logging in coded form.
10.1.5 Debug RAM display
Any desired RAM address can be set here (four-digit HEX).
The contents of the following five bytes are displayed in the
debug/ports display.
10.1.6 Debug task info
Status 1-Status 2-Status 3 of the tasks RD/KB/TA/IP/ED
can be selected here. The status is displayed in line 3, column 6 et seq, and continually updated.
TA AND DOOR MESSAGES ARE CODED
RD
KB
TA
ED
Status: special status - emergency stop status
Status: zone status - KMode
Status: message (TA) message (door 1) message
(door 2)
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10.1.7 EEPROM directory
10.1.8 EEPROM clear
Internal system function with information function; displays
the EEPROM ADDRESS assignment.
Used to initialize a new EEPROM device after insertion into
the EST.
Index, date, length, content
Places part of the EEPROM’s SysMod memory in a defined
status (SERIAL, ...).
00 01.04.92
0008
eedDIR
01 xx.xx.xx
0030
eedSYSPERM
02 xx.xx.xx
1040
eedSYSMOD1
03 xx.xx.xx
1040
eedSYSMOD2
04 xx.xx.xx
0230
eedSHAFT
10.1.9 Park drive
05 xx.xx.xx
0706
eedPANIC
Sets the parking/homing timer immediately to 0; parking is
thereby initiated immediately.
06 xx.xx.xx
2000
eedMODEM (in preparation)
No other activities.
07 xx.xx.xx
0688
eedSTAT statistik
(in preparation)
08 xx.xx.xx
0000
EST-ID
09 xx.xx.xx
0000
EST-TEL-NUM
10
3428
11
0001
N O T E
This function has to be activated with brandnew
EEPROMs. After activating EEPROM clear the EST Editor
will be required to complete the EST configuration.
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A)
Page 10–3
B)
NOT READY
Eeprom Corrupt
10:41
number
Clock ticks only (serial interface must be in order), debug is
available:
beSYSTEM
beEEWRITE
beEESYSMOD1
beEESYSMOD2
beEESYSPERM
beEPROM
beVERSION
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
❚ Probably defective EEPROM (but valid checksum)
> Replace EEPROM.
New EEPROMs generally display “76”.
❚ Displays damaged areas in the EEPROM
❚ The number displayed is the sum number [i]
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10.3 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS1
The SYS mode comprises eight different settings. A number between 0 and 255 is determined as the result. If different settings are selected, the individual values must be
added together.
1 = Bit 0
Display all faults
2 = Bit 1
Operator display can be switched to CALLS
by means of the key; CALLS are displayed
in lines 2, 3, 4 right-justified together with
the UP/DOWN/car symbols
4 = Bit 2
Á
If TIME-TRIGGERED PARKING is set: >
INFORMATION > DATE extended to WEEKDAY (1=So, 2=Mo, 3=Tu, 4=We, 5=Th,
6=Fr, 7=Sa)
8 = Bit 3
> Switch on TIME-TRIGGERED PARKING
16 = Bit 4
Abort drive following door contact/lock
contact fault in level (fault TA-154)
32 = Bit 5
Power on: Evaluation of the direction saved
at “Power off” permitted
64 = Bit 6
Car light OFF only with lift Off (otherwise
always)
128 = Bit 7 Manual door does not switch on car light
(lift Off active)
10.4 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS2
1 = Bit 0
Reserved
2 = Bit 1
Reserved
4 = Bit 2
Door test permitted during inspection;
Open door/ close door buttons activate
dead man’s door
8 = Bit 3
Lock car call + landing call enable in the
event of zone fault
16 = Bit 4
Switch on Swiss standard fine levelling
(relay drive)
32 = Bit 5
Copying II-b (UP/DOWN permitted in LEVEL
A or LEVEL B)
64 = Bit 6
Priority events into fault memory
128 = Bit 7 Activation of group time out with Manual
door / Photo cell/ Door close button relates
to > ADJUSTMENTS > DOOR TIME
N O T E
Bit 6 Save Priority events:
01 = Moc-1 Priority landing call
02 = Moc-2 Priority car call
....
07 = Moc-7 INSPECTION
00 = Moc-x reset PRIORITY OFF
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10.5 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS3
1 = Bit 0
2 = Bit 1
4 = Bit 2
8 = Bit 3
16 = Bit 4
Reserved
Reserved
Latch shaft signals (display)
Editing of short floor time allowed
Correction drive permitted after fault
System test with selection emulation without pushbuttons
when S5 = ON is valid
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10.6 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS5
1 = Bit 0
Park drive not dependent upon landing
push-button enable
2 = Bit 1
Reserved
4 = Bit 2
Reserved
8 = Bit 3
In/out calls: Programming enable
16 = Bit 4
In/out calls: existing calls will be canceled
32 = Bit 5
Reserved
64 = Bit 6
Reserved
32 = Bit 5
Reserved
128 = Bit 7 Reserved
64 = Bit 6
Permanent zone without zone gap
128 = Bit 7 Do SysMod not check!
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10.7 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SYS4, SYS6, SYS7
10.8 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SERIAL
These settings are reserved.
The serial ports X701of the EST are set here. The setting
partial values can be found in the first column. Summation
of all partial values produces the SERIAL setting value.
The settings are bit-oriented according to the following pattern:
Bit 1, 0 Protocol on serial interface X701
0 = No bit
00
NLF (normal)
1 = Bit 0
01
NLF (fast)
2 = Bit 1
10
NEWCOM
3 = Bit 1+0
11
No protocol
Bit 7 - 4 NEWCOM Baudrate
0 = no Bit
0000
Reserved
16 = Bit 4
0001
9600
32 = Bit 5
0010
4800
48 = Bit 5+4
0011
2400
Factory pre-set: setting 1
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10.9 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > DOOR TYPE
Features
Reverse
actuation
delay
PROGRAMMABLE
ADJUSTABLE
Adjustable
MEILLER
SPINDEL
LIMIT SWITCH +
0,2 sec
DECOUPLING FACILITY
KIEKERT
DE-ENERGIZED
Door type
0,2 sec
FALTTÜRE
WITTUR
LIMIT SWITCH +
0,2 sec
DECOUPLING FACILITY
SEMATIC
LIMIT SWITCH
0 sec
LMDC2010
SIEMENS AT10
0 sec
RIEDL RTK
BUFFER
0,2 sec
I.G.V.
LIMIT SWITCH
0,2 sec
RATHGEBER PUFFER
BUFFER
0,2 sec
AS8081
BUFFER
0,2 sec
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10.10 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > SHORT FLOOR
Always perform the following setting in the main
menu: CONFIGURATION > BASIS CONFIG > FLY TIME
(V0 to level stop)
Shaft type setting for short floors.
“NONE” is “no short floor”.
SHORT FLOOR
NONE
SHAFT
BOTTOM FLOOR
SHAFT + BOTTOM FLOOR
TOP FLOOR
SHAFT + TOP FLOOR
BOTTOM + TOP FLOOR
ALL FLOORS
N O T E
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10.11 Menu CONFIGURATION >
BASIS CONFIG > FIREMAN SERVICE
The fireman service mode comprises eight different settings, producing a number between 0 and 255. If different
settings are selected, the individual values must be added together.
CAUTION
Settings 1 and 4 are contradictory and are not
therefore permitted together.
N O T E
Zone problems during landing on a short floor with a normal drive:
❚ The zone of the first floor must be overshot.
❚ The zone of the second floor is recognized by the requisite zone gap.
Zone
Value Key
0
Main landing is identical to fireman floor (*)
0: No diode required in shaft cable
1
Main landing is coded in shaft cable (normal
case: diode in shaft cable)
2
Reserved
4
Fire mode from X255
8
Reserved
16
Fire mode automatically becomes fireman service
mode. An additional fireman switch is not required in this case.
32
Door mode is HONG KONG (otherwise Switzerland)
64
Door on main landing OPEN (otherwise CLOSED)
Level
FLY TIME
Short floor
Normal drive
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BASIS CONFIG > FIREMAN FLOOR
Value Key
128
Fireman service mode: can be switched off on
main landing only
N O T E( * )
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T O
V A L U E
0
With fire mode in a group, the fireman floor should
preferably be taken from the software (value 1, do not
fit diode).
Hong Kong standard: 128+64+32+16+1 = 241
(240 without DIODE).
If bit 0 (value=1) has not been set in FIREMAN SERVICE
mode, the fireman floor is not determined by the hardware
by means of the landing button bus and fitting of a diode, but
from the FIREMAN FLOOR variables described below:
Principle: Fireman floor + code for the door which is to be
used in the event of a fire.
Code key: Bits 7, 6 are evaluated for the door setting on the
fireman floor:
0 = No bit
00
All doors are opened unconditionally
64 = Bit 6
01
Door A is opened
128 = Bit 7
10
Door B is opened
192 = Bit 7+6
11
Doors A+B are opened
The remaining bits 0 ... 5 indicate the floor.
The FIREMAN FLOOR setting is also evaluated if fire
mode is activated by a hardware line (X255) and no diode is
fitted.
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10.13 Extended fault signals
New displays and fault signals of II-a positioning.
10 Extended configuration for advanced users
10.13.2 Additional Error Messages for
II-a Positioning
10.13.1 Terminology
KBNo.
1. COUNTER PROBLEM
Cause
Action
175
Levelling counter not ODD
when level
176
Counter problem while
levelling
177
Corrective action following
KB-No. 176 not possible
Counter descrepancy
Slipped beyond LEVEL without motor
Levelling counter bouncing
detected.
KO-safety error (slipped
above KO)
Up counter outside limit
Levelling counter
reconstructed
using last direction
Levelling counter
reconstructed
using UP/DOWN
counters
FREEZE cond.
Locks the UP/DOWN counters between the floors; is reset
when the counters are re-loaded in LEVEL.
2. FREEZE
Copy counters are frozen when SYS3 [4] is set
(SYS3 += 16)
Starts correction drive
--> after approx. 20 secs. or with -->next call
If SYS1[5] is set (SYS1 += 32), FREEZE is set after power
on if a direction was active at power off.
3. EMERGENCY STOP
Stop at next LEVEL (see KB-185 on the right side)
178
179
180
181
New position displays: “INSTANTANEOUS FLOOR”
[?O]FREEZE following fault, correction drive required
[??]FREEZE + COUNTER PROBLEM
[xx]COUNTER PROBLEM
182
183
184
KU-safety error (slipped
below KU)
Down counter outside limit
[EE]Absolute stop at next LEVEL
[WS]Reverse stop (fire mode, prio, ...)
185
Counter outside KO or KU
limit
192
Correction drive executed
(after FREEZE)
FREEZE cond.
FREEZE cond.
Counters corrected
COUNTER
PROBLEM cond.
COUNTER
PROBLEM cond.
COUNTER
PROBLEM cond.
COUNTER
PROBLEM cond.
EMERGENCY STOP
COUNTER
PROBLEM cond.
SYSTEM-INIT
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10.14 Terminal Connections
10.14.1 Terminal Connections 230 Vsignals X100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
Neutral input
SHSP door lock/ lock contact
K101 Contact cam
SHTK Door contact
Drive contact input
K102 Contact
K103 Contact
K104 contact
SHDT Manual door
SHNH Emergency stop
K10S Contact (Up)
K106 Contact (Down)
SUE Contactor-monitoring Input
Neutral output
K107 contact (fast)
K108 contact bypass
10.14.2 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals
X200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
9 V ... 24 V Input Electronics Supply
5 V GND Input
24 V Enable
+24 V Input
24 V GND Input
24 V GND
+24 V GND
+24 V
+24 V
Inspection Limit Switch DOWN+24 V
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10.14.3 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals
X201
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
Auxiliary Control UP
Auxiliary Control DOWN
lnspection UP
Inspection DOWN
Inspection FAST
+24 V Insp./Auxiliary Control
+24 V Pre-selection relay
Inspection Input
Auxiliary Control Input
24 GND*
KOP AA*
KOP BB*
KOP UP*
KOP AB*
KOP KO*
KOP KU*
ZONE Message*
ZOFR Zone Enable
REI4* Reserve Input
REI3* Reserve Input
REI2* STOP
RES1* 24SENS NC
BRON Brake magnetized by FU
24 GND
* Zero active
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10.14.4 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals
X202
10 Extended configuration for advanced users
10.14.5 Terminal Connections 24 V-Signals
X203
235
24 GND
253
24 GND
236
ÜL* Overload
254
VL* Full Load
237
FIRE* Fire Mode
255
BRAF* Fireman
238
FERN* Lift Off
256
ADAU* Landing Calls off
239
PRIN* Prio Car
257
PRAU* Prio Landing
240
STOE* Fault message
258
+24 V
241
RES-1* Output
259
KALI* Cabin Light
242
ABRl* Direction Display AB
260
AURI* Direction Display UP
243
ETAO Floor Display 0
261A
Door OPEN Relay A*
244
ETA1* Floor Display 1
262A
Door CLOSED Relay A*
245
ETA2* Floor Display 2
263
TA-AUF Doorlatch OPEN
246
ETA3' Floor Display 3
264
TA-LS Door Photocell
247
ETA4* Floor Display 4
265
TA-ZU Doorlatch CLOSED
248
ETA5* Floor Display 5 (WEIAUF)
266B
Door OPEN Relay B*
249
ETA6* Floor Display 6 (WElAB)
267B
Door CLOSED Relay B*
250
ETA7* Floor Display 7 (GONG)
266
TB-AUF Doorlatch OPEN
251
+24 V
269
TB-LS Door Photocell
252
+24 V
270
TH-ZU Doorlatch CLOSED
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10.14.6 Terminal Connections Calls up to
11 floors
One-button
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
IDR00* Car Call 00
IDR01* Car Call 01
IDR02* Car Call 02
IDR03* Car Call 03
IDR04* Car Call 04
IDR05* Car Call 05
IDR06* Car Call 06
IDR07* Car Call 07
IDR08* Car Call 08
IDR09* Car Call 09
IDR10* Car Call 10
IDR11* Car Call 11
IDR12* Car Call 12
IDR13* Car Call 13
lDR14* Car Call 14
lDR15* Car Call 15
ADROO* Landing Call 00
ADR01* Landing Call 01
ADR02* Landing Call 02
ADR03* Landing Call 03
ADR04* Landing Call 04
ADR05* Landing Call 05
ADR06* Landing Call 06
ADR07* Landing Call 07
ADR08* Landing Call 08
ADR09* Landing Call 09
ADR10* Landing Call 10
ADR11* Landing Call 11
ADR12* Landing Call 12
ADR13* Landing Call 13
ADR14* Landing Call 14
ADR15* Landing Call 15
Two-button
(UP-08)
(UP-09)
(DOWN-08)
(DOWN-09)
(DOWN-10)
(NC)
(DOWN-01)
(DOWN-02)
(DOWN-03)
(DOWN-04)
(DOWN-05)
(DOWN-06)
(DOWN-07)
(UP-00)
(UP-01)
(UP-02)
(UP-03)
(UP-04)
(UP-05)
(UP-06)
(UP-07)
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10.15 Connector Pin Assignment
10 Extended configuration for advanced users
10.15.1 Pin Assignment Drive Program Connector X210
25-way D-SUB
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
+24 V Pre-selection
24 V GND
Reserved
KOUP
UMFP
TUFP
INRU
V0
V1
V2
AB FP 5 V
UP FP 5 V
+5 V
+24 V
24 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
5 V GND
+5 V
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10.15.2 Connector RS-232 serial
X701
9-way D-SUB
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
DCD (NC)
RxD RS-232 Rx-Input
TxD RS-232 Tx-Output
DTR (NC)
GND RS-232
DSR (-12 V)
RTS RS-232 Output
CTS RS-232 Input
RI (NC)
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10.16 Serial Cabels
10.16.1 Cabel EST <--> PC
GST <--> PC
PC: RS-232
Controller: X701
RxD
TxD
GND
RTS
CTS
DSR
DCD
DTR
RxD
TxD
GND
RTS
CTS
RxD
TxD
GND
RTS
CTS
9-way Plug
9-way Socket
25-way Socket
10.16.2 Cabel EST<--> EST Group (GST)
Controller: X701
RxD
TxD
GND
RTS
CTS
GST: RS-232
Screen
9-way Plug
RxD
TxD
GND
RTS
CTS
9-way Plug
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10.17 Expansions
10 Extended configuration for advanced users
10.17.1 Pin Assignment Expansion Connector
EWG X401
16-way D-SUB
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
24 V GND
+24 V
AURI*
GOTR
WRAU
ETH4*
ETH2*
ETH0*
24 V GND
+24 V
ABRI*
WRAB
ETH5*
ETH3*
ETH1*
ETH2* (cross-keying
protection)
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10.18 Pin Assignment
Drive Program X710 (VVVF)
25-way D-SUB
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Motor Overheat (X219-STOP)
V > 0.3 (X514-SHS)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
20 -COM (FSV)
Direction UP (RUP)
Motor Temperature (FSV)
V > 0.3 (FSV)
V Landing
V3
+COM (FSV)
Motor Overheat (24 V GND)
Zone Enable (X231-ZOFR)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
24 V GND
Reserved
Controller Enable (REFR)
Brakes ON(BRON) (FSV)
V Auxiliary
V Inspection
V2 Intermediate Speed
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10.19 Legend
10.19.1 Components
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
Electronics
Power supply
Drive program
Inspection cabinet
Auxiliary power supply unit
Safety circuit
Three-phase regulation
10.19.2 Fuses
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
F14
F20
F21
F22
F30
F40
Main fuse
Main fuse
Main fuse
Control circuit fuse
Main fuse Controller
Door motor "A"
Door motor "B"
Magnetic brake back-up fuse for abnormal
voltages
Magnetic cam back-up fuse for abnormal voltages
Primary fuse landing magnet
Brake motor and cam motor
Emergency energy evacuation
Shaft and machine room lighting
Fuse for separately driven 3-phase fan
PTC thermistor motor protection
Netzteil Primärsicherung
24 V/DC power supply primary fuse
Fuse for out of order sign
Single-phasing and phase sequence unit
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10 Extended configuration for advanced users
10.19.3 Overview
Kl....K99
K100...K199
K200...K299
K300...K399
K1
K2
K3
K4
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
K11
K12
K13
K14
K15
K16
K20
K21
K40
K50
K100
K101
K102
K103
K104
K105
K106
K107
K108
Contactors and relays in the control
cabinet
EST-S7 pre-selection relay
Contactors and relays of the safety circuit
Contactor and relay additions
Contactor Up
Contactor Down
Contactor Fast
Contactor Slow
Contactor cam action
K109
K110
K111
K113
K114 K120
K200
K201
K202
K203
K204
Pre-selection
Pre-selection
Pre-selection
Pre-selection
Pre-selection
relay door A Open
relay door B Closed
relay door B Open
relay door bypass
relays drive program
Evaluation safety circuit "A"
Evaluation safety circuit "B"
Evaluation safety circuit "C"
Fault signalling relay safety circuit
Start relay safety circuit
Contactor brake action
Contactor door A Closed
Contactor door A Open
Contactor door B Close
Contactor door B Open
Inspection contactor
Contactor for cabin fan
Contactor for separately driven 3-phase cabin
fan
Contactor auxialary control
Contactor safety photocell conversion
Motor contactor "Star"
Motor contactor "Delta"
Emergency energy evacuation
Second contactor for drop protection/ emergency energy
Pre-selection relay drive program
Pre-selection relay drive program
Pre-selection relay drive program
Pre-selection relay drive program
Pre-selection relay drive program
Pre-selection relay drive program
Pre-selection relay cam
Pre-selection relay travel time /
contactor control
Pre-selection relay door A Closed
K300
K301
K302
K303
K304
K305
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Relay off (Control cabinet)
Cabin light OUT relay (Inspection board)
Cabin light OUT relay (Control cabinet)
Cabin light control relay
Emergency call relay
230 V/AC light relay
Protective motor door A
Protective motor door B
Protective motor Fast
Protective motor Slow
Protective motor externally fan
Protective motor correction unit
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SHE
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
S23
S24
S25
S26
S27
S28
S29
S30
S31
S32
Main switch 3-PH
Main energy final limit switch
Safety circuit rope rocker switch
Safety circuit regulator slack rope switch /
regulator tension weight
Safety circuit speed limit switch
Safety circuit buffer switch
Safety circuit emergency limit switch above
Safety circuit emergency limit switch below
Safety circuit terminal switch
Safety circuit threshold switch or tension
weight switch
Safety circuit emergency brake switch inspection
Safety circuit emergency brake switch car
Safety circuit manual door switch
Safety circuit car door switch
Safety circuit door lock/ lock contact switch
Controller/ Car light On/Off
Inspection On/Off
Inspection button Up
Inspection button Down
Inspection button Fast
Inspection final limit switch Up
Inspection final limit switch Down
Auxialary control On/Off
Auxialary control button Up
Auxialary control button Down
Emergency button
Landing controll On/Off
Out of action indicator
Zone switch A
Zone switch B
Level switch A
Level switch B
Pulse switch Up
Pulse switch Down
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S33
S34
S35
S36
S37
S38
S39
S40
S41
S42
S43
S44
S45
S46
S47
S48
S50
S51
S52
S53
S54
S55
S56
S57
S58
S59
S60
S61
S62
S63
S64
S65
S66
S70
S71
Correction switch below
Correction switch above
Full load
Minimum load
Overload
Landing control On/Off car
Priority key switch Car (car partition door
bypass)
Fireman key switch
Car button floor 0
Car button floor 1
Car button floor 2
Car button floor 3
Car button floor 4
Car button floor 5
Car button floor 6
Car button floor 7
Door B final limit switch Up
Door B final limit switch Closed
Door B car door button Closed
Door B car door button Up
Door B car door stop button
Door B car door flyback button
Door B car door photocell
Door A final limit switch Up
Door A final limit switch Closed
Door A car button Closed
Door A car button Up
Door A car door photocell
Door A car door flyback button
Door A car door stop button
Fire key switch
Lift off key switch
Priority key switch landing
Shaft lighting On/Off
Car fan On/Off
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S72
S73
S74
S75
S76
S77
S78
S79
S8O S96
S100
S101
S102
S103
S104
S105
S106
S107
S108
S109
T1
T2
T3
T6
T7
T8
T9
Overpressure switch
Pipe break fuse
Comissioning switch after pipe break fuse
releasing
Underpressure switch
Oil sensor
Emergency out shaft pit
Sink protection control
Hand actuated drop protection
Landing button
Car partition door
Regulator remote actuation or contact control
landing magnet
Photocell conversion
Pit contact
Fine adjustment Up
Fine adjustment Down
Centring
Centring
Fine adjustment final limit switch above
Fine adjustment final limit switch below
10 Extended configuration for advanced users
V1
V2
V3
V4
V6
V7
V8
V12
V13
Valve rectifier Up
Valve rectifier Down
Valve rectifier Fast
Valve rectifier Slow
Rectifier for cam magnet
Rectifier for brake magnet
Rectifier for landing magnet
Rectifier for open lowering valve correction unit
Rectifier for lifting valve correction unit
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y6
Y7
Y8
Y9
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Valve Up
Valve Down
Valve Fast Up
Valve Fast Down
Cam magnet
Brake magnet
Magnet for drop protection
Magnet for regulator remote actuation
Landing magnet
Emergency energy dropping valve
Lowering valve correction unit
Lifting valve correction unit
Control power transformer
Power transformer out of action indicator
Power transformer power supply
Power transformer cam action
Power transformer brake action
Power transformer landing magnet
Power transformer door motor
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11 General installation
instructions
11.1 EMC requirements on the installation of controllers
Compulsory CE marking came into effect on 1 January. By
applying the CE symbol, manufacturers indicate that their
products conform to the requirements of the EC guidelines.
The basis of the EC guideline is the legislation governing
electromagnetic compatibility.
According to the legislation
governing EMC, all electrical
and electronic products sold
within the European internal
market must meet the basic
requirements of protection as
specified in the EC’s guidelines concerning EMC.
Seite 11–1
Where NEW LIFT controllers are purchased as components
and subsequently fitted in manufacturer’s own systems, the
measures described below must be performed in order to ensure the requisite electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
11.2 Components required
You can select the components required for installation in
accordance with your own electrical requirements, or obtain
them directly from NEW LIFT as an installation kit (please
enquire for part numbers).
A mains filter (Siemens B8411-A-A30/A60 or similar),
cable clamps and fittings will be required.
Lift controllers are among the
products which may cause
electromagnetic interference
and which are therefore subject to this legislation.
NEW LIFT controllers supplied since 01.01.1996 as complete systems with control
cabinet and preassembled cables already meet the EC guideline, and can be assembled and installed directly.
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11 General installation instructions
11.3 Control cabinet overview
11.3.1 EST
Design type A:
Hydraulics,
Star/Delta,
2 automatic
car doors
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11.3.2 EST Design type B:
Hydraulics, Softswitch, else like Design type A
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11 General installation instructions
11.3.3 EST Design type C:
Rope, Frequency regulated,
2 automatic car doors
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11.4 Fitting the EST controller in the
control cabinet
N O T E
The rating of the components must be selected according to the current loading of the installation as a whole,
in consideration of the latest issue of the relevant national standards.
1
2
3
4
■ Main circuit terminals one standard rating higher than the
primary circuit wiring must be selected. The supply conductors often require a larger cross-section owing to their
length (voltage drop).
5
6
■ Overvoltage limiters (varistors, RC elements) must be
fitted for all contactor and relay coils.
■ All components must be fitted to a galvanized mounting
plate.
■ The mains filter must be fitted onto the mounting plate
with a sound, large-area electrical connection.
■ The door to the switchgear cabinet and the housing must
be connected by means of an earthing strip (cross-section
16 mm2)..
1
Switchgear cabinet panel / door
2
M6 welding stud
3
Contact washer
4
Cable lug
5
Washer
6
Nut
F ITTING ARRANGEMENT OF THE HOUSING /DOOR PROTECTIVE
CONDUCTOR CONNECTION
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11 General installation instructions
■ The mounting plate must be connected to the housing by
a sound electrical connection, ensuring RF continuity.
■ Avoid crossing data and control lines with main circuit li-
nes wherever possible.
■ Fit the mains filter to the control circuit fuse F4 with as
short a link as possible.
■ Do not use toothed lock washers when fitting the com-
ponents, so as not to impair RF continuity.
7
■ Where practicable, the layout of the control cabinet
5
9
2
1
4
6
should be planned such that the control board is some
distance from the main contactors/controllers. The
distance should be as great as possible in order to prevent
the influence of RF radiation.
8
3
F ITTING ARRANGEMENT OF THE MOUNTING PLATE / REAR
HOUSING PANEL PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR CONNECTION
1
M6 screw
2
Rear housing panel
3
Contact washer
4
Nut
5
Plain washers
6
Mounting plate
7
Nut with contact surface
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■ The EST board is secured by means of nine M4 spacer
bolts with external thread at each end, between the mounting plate and the spacer bolts, and acorn nuts.
■ All assembly drawings must be observed in order to en-
sure that the PE/earth connections ensure RF continuity
and meet the relevant national standards.
7
5
9
1
2
3
4
5
2
1
4
6
8
3
D IAGRAM OF FITTING ARRANGEMENT FOR
EST CONTROL BOARD
D IAGRAM OF PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR CONNECTION ON
MOUNTING PLATEE
1
Mounting plate
1
M6 screw
2
Spacer bolt, 2x M4x15
2
Spring lock washer
3
EST control board
3
Mounting plate
4
PVC acorn nut
4, 6
Contact washer
5
Nut
7
Cable lugs
8
Washer
9
Nut
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Colour coding for control cabinet voltages
Yellow/green
Protective conductor
Black
400 V AC motor circuit
Brown
230 V AC (safety circuit, contactor
actuation)
Blue
Neutral
Green
AC voltage < 60 V
White
Potential-free contacts
Pink
24 V signals
Red
+ 24 V DC
Violet
24 V GND
White/red
+ DC voltage > 60 V
White/blue
– DC voltage > 60 V
Brown/red
+ DC voltage for electronics
Brown/blue
– DC voltage for electronics
T OP HAT RAIL FOR GUIDING FLAT BELT AND SHAFT CABLE IN
THE CONTROL CABINET
Proceed as follows during installation:
1. Connect the network filter to fuse F4 with as short a link
as possible.
2. Connect the lines (motor line, travelling cable) to the
mounting plate using an electrically conductive cable
clamp in each case (see assembly diagram)
N O T E
Reconnect the lines again each time they are
disconnected.
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11.5 Assembly of the hydraulic
EST controller
11.6 Assembly of the traction
EST controller
■ K12 inspection contactor
■ K12 inspection contactor
■ HSG 12 V (optional: 6 V or 24 V)
■ HSG 12 V (optional: 6 V or 24 V)
■ Z1 mains filter
■ Z1 mains filter
■ 24 V power supply
■ 24 V power supply
■ F4 control circuit fuse
■ F4 controller fuse
■ F20 PTC thermistor motor protection
■ F20 PTC thermistor motor protection
■ A6 protective circuit
■ A6 safety circuit (optional with advance-operation doors;
■ Switch for car lighting
■ Terminals for main and control circuit
■ Fittings, top-hat rail, cable duct
Door drive according to version
■ 400 V three-phase
■ Closed-loop control
Depending on operating mode (closed or open-loop
control)
■ VSB soft starter (selection of types)
– Supplied by NEW LIFT –
■ Star-delta main contactors (for one or two speeds)
The following options can be fitted according to
customer requirements:
■ Main switch
■ Main fuses
■ Bypass switches in the event of pipe breakage
■ Remote actuation button for the speed limiter
■ Unwired contacts for intercom system
readjustment function)
■ Switch for car lighting
■ Terminals for main and control circuit
■ Fittings, top-hat rail, cable duct
Door actuation according to version
■ 400 V three-phase
■ Closed-loop control
Depending on operating mode (closed or open-loop
control)
■ Thyristor regulator, frequency converter – Supplied by
the lift manufacturer –
■ Star-delta main contactor (for one or two speeds)
The following options can be fitted according to
customer requirements:
■ Main switch
■ Main fuses
■ Bypass switches for auxiliary control
■ Remote actuation button for the speed limiter
■ Unwired contacts for intercom system
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Special Functions
EST Operator
Menu
Menu-Entry, Menu-Selection/Exit,
accept setting, store selected values
E
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Info
Move into Sub-Menu, Status
Entry eg., YES Selection,
increase values
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Next Menu-Entry Selection/
Return
+
Status-Entry eg., NO Selection,
decrease values
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> SAFETY DEBOUNCE > DOOR LOCK DELAY > TCM TIME
> START MONITOR > CONTACTOR MON > STAR/DELTA
> MOTOR OFF DELAY > SPEED CHANGE DLY > CAM DELAY
> DOOR OPEN DELAY > MAN.DOOR DEBOUNCE
> MIN WAIT CAR > MIN WAIT LANDING > LAND CALL ENABLE
> CAR CALL PRIO > FAULT SEND DELAY > CALL HANDOVER
> ANTI NUISANCE > PARKING > PARK TIME > PARKING FLOOR
> LIFT-OFF FLOOR > CAR LIGHT OFF > PHOTOCELL EXTEND
> DOOR TIME > DOOR REVERSE MAX > DOOR NUDGE.TIME
> DOOR APPROACH > DOOR PARK STATE
> DOOR CHANGE DELAY > REVERS TIME > DOOR OPEN TIME
> OPEN HOLD TIME >
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TCM RESET
FAULT DISPLAY
SET TIME
> Menu Items
ÁÂ
Sub-Menus
Enter Test-Menu
Main-menU
sub-menu
Sub-Menu Display
Car call to Bottom floor
Switch between TravelCounter and OperatingHour Counter Displays
1
2
3
4
sub-menu
menu item
yes/NO/value
Menu Item Selection in both directions in all Menu Levels
> DRIVE SYSTEM > DOOR TYPE > MANUAL DOORS
> DOOR DECOUPLING > DOOR LIMIT SW
> DOOR DEENERGIZED > CAR DOOR BUFFER
> DEPARTURE ARROW > EMERG STOP FN > EMERG STOP MAX
> DOOR INTERR MAX > DOOR LOCK MAX > GROUP MODE
> FIREMAN SERVICE > FIREMAN FLOOR > SHORT FLOOR
> FLY-TIME > ZONE TIME > RELEVELLING > RELEVEL STOP
> DOOR ZONE OFF > LANGUAGE > SERIAL > SYS1 > SYS2
> SYS3 > SYS4 > SYS5 > SYS6 > SYS7 >
LANDING CALL OFF
STATISTICS
AUTOTEST
SHAFT TABLE
SERVICE INTERVALL
DOOR LOCK
INFO
COUNTER RESET
FAULT RESET
MENU LOCK
CALLS
DEBUG DISPLAY
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SERVICE
Car call to Top Floor
ORIENTATION
BASIS CONFIG
Main-Menus
INFORMATION
STORE FAULTS
STATISTICS RESET
1
2
3
4
Grey Menu Items
appear only, when the equipment is so configured.
SET DATE
ADJUSTMENTS
Main-Menu Display
All Functions that can be
performed immediatly
without Menu entering
CONFIGURATION
PASSWORD
Start:
E
Press Button E
to enter Main-Menu
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Index
Klick pages to come to the referenced
index point.
Return again with keys „CTRL“ + „–“.
A
Anti nuisance
Menu point 4–9
Anti-nuisance
Description 7–10
C
Car movement monitoring 4–7
Clock setting, example 3–3
Cold start 10–1
Commissioning
Information being available 2–4
Preconditions 5–1
Connector Pin Assignment
Connector RS-232 serial X701
10–15
Drive Program Connector X210
10–14
Contactors stationary 4–7
Controller
components 1–4
Motherboard 1–3
Options 8–2
Program system 3–1
Technical Data 8–1
to switch on 3–2
Controller menu
> ANTI NUISANCE 4–9
> CALL HANDOVER 4–9
> CALLS 4–12
> CAM DELAY 4–8
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CAR CALL PRIO 4–9
CAR DOOR BUFFER 4–14
CAR LIGHT OFF 4–10
CONTACTOR MON 4–7
COUNTER RESET 4–5
DEBUG DISPLAY 4–6
DEPARTURE ARROW 4–14
DOOR APPROACH 4–11
DOOR CHANGE DELAY 4–11
DOOR DECOUPLING 4–14
DOOR DEENERGIZED 4–14
DOOR INTERR MAX 4–15
DOOR LIMIT 4–14
DOOR LOCK DELAY 4–6
DOOR LOCK MAX 4–15
DOOR NUDGE TIME 4–11
DOOR OPEN TIME 4–12
DOOR PARK STATE 4–11
DOOR TIME 4–11
DOOR TYPE 4–13
DOOR ZONE OFF 4–16
DOORREVERSE MAX 4–11
DOORS LOCK 4–4
DRIVE SYSTEM 4–13
EMERG STOP FN 4–14
EMERG STOP MAX 4–14
FAULT DISPLAY 4–3
FAULT RESET 4–6
FAULT SEND DELAY 4–9
FIREMAN FLOOR 4–15
FIREMAN SERVICE 4–15
FLY TIME 4–16
GROUP MODE 4–15
INFO 4–5
LAND CALL ENABLE 4–8
LANDING CALL OFF 4–3
LANGUAGE 4–17
LIFT-OFF FLOOR 4–10
> MANUAL DOORS 4–13
> MENU LOCK 4–12
> MIN WAIT CAR 4–8
> MOTOR OFF DELAY 4–7
> OPEN HOLD TIME 4–12
> ORIENTATION 4–3
> PARK TIME 4–10
> PARKING 4–10
> PARKING FLOOR 4–10
> PASSWORD 4–12
> PHOTOCELL EXTEND 4–10
> RELEVEL STOP 4–16
> RELEVELLING 4–16
> REVERS TIME 4–11
> SAFETY DEBOUNCE 4–6
> SERIAL 4–17
> SERVICE INTERVAL 4–5
> SET DATE 4–4
> SET TIME 4–4
> SHAFT TABLE 4–5
> SHORT FLOOR 4–15
> SPEED CHANGE DELAY 4–8
> STAR/DELTA 4–7
> START MONITOR 4–7
> STATISTICS 4–5
> STORE FAULTS 4–3
> SYS1 > ... SYS3 ... > SYS7 4–17
> TCM TIME 4–7
> ZONE TIME 4–16
> DOOR OPEN DELAY 4–8
D
Debug mode 10–1
Debug RAM display 10–1
Debug task info 10–1
Display 1–1, 8–1
Door type configuration 4–13
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NEW LIFT – We lift you up where you belong
Doors
Behaviour during passenger entry
4–10
Coupling cycles of a spindle door
4–14
Delayed door contactor changeover 4–11
Direction reservation for car commands 7–4
Door configuration with manual
shaft doors 4–13
Door times diagrams 7–1
DOOR TYPE 4–13, 10–7
Doors without limit switch 7–2
Hold the door in reversing mode
7–3
Lock cam 4–8
Lock doors 4–4
Photocells extend 7–3
Setting group door time 6–2
Test during inspection 7–5
Drive counter reset 4–5
Drive jobs 4–1
Drive programs
Description 1–2
Socket for 1–3
Drives
Normal drives 5–2
Orientation drives 5–2
Test drives 5–3
E
EEPROM
Clear 10–2
Damaged areas in the 10–3
Directory 10–2
Settings 3–1
EMC requirements 11–1
Emergency stop 4–14
EST EDIT
Installing 4–20
Interface 4–20
Possibilities 4–20
EVENTS 10–1
G
F
Faults
Clearing the fault memory 4–6,
9–2
Door and drive faults 9–7
Extended fault signals 10–10
External data 9–9
Fault memory 9–1
In call acquisition 9–4
In call processing 9–5
Numbers 9–2
Operating system faults 9–3
Save faults prematurely in the
EEPROM 4–3
Shaft selector and relevelling 9–6
Start fault is signalled 4–9
Systematic troubleshooting of
shaft selector faults
9–9
Troubleshooting line 9–8
FIREMAN FLOOR 10–9
FIREMAN SERVICE 10–8
Fireman service
Description 7–6
Fire mode control (evacuation)
7–7
Hong Kong standard mode 7–8
FLY TIME 5–6
Orientation drive
Description 5–2
Group
Assignment of priority landing
call 6–2
Call handover 4–9
Description 6–1
Direction priority with landing
calls 4–9
Floor offset 6–3
Group faults 6–4
Group operator display 6–3
Mode adjustment 6–1
Setting the call handover time
6–2
H
Hydraulic lifts 1–1
designed for use with 1–1
L
Landing call function 4–3
LED operating voltage displays 3–2
M
Maintenance
Intervals 7–11
Set service intervall 4–5
Man-machine interface 1–1
Manual conventions 3–4
Menu
BASIS CONFIG sub-menu 4–13
CONFIGURATION menu 4–12
CUSTOMER SERVICE menu 4–5
INFORMATION menu 4–3
SETTING sub-menu 4–6
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Menu operation
Cursor 3–4
Main menu 3–2
Menu marker 4–2
Menu path 3–3
Setting procedure is aborted 3–4
Motor type configuration 4–13
O
Operator display
Language setting 4–17
P
Park drive 10–2
Parking
Description 5–10
Menu point 4–10
Parking/homing timer 10–2
Restarting the internal Park timer
5–11
Statistical parking floor 5–11
Time-triggered parking floor 5–
11
Password
Access with 4–19
MENU LOCK function 4–19
Possible passwords 4–18
Pin Assignment
Drive Program X710 10–17
Expansion Connector EWG X401
10–16
Preselection 1–1
Program
Internal program information
4–5
Index–3
STOP EVENTS 10–1
SYS Configuration
SYS1 10–4
SYS2 10–4
SYS3 10–5
SYS5 10–5
SYS mode 10–4
R
Remote diagnostic 1–1
RES EVENTS 10–1
Reversing time 7–2
S
Safety circuit
Lock contact in the 9–9
Safety switches 2–1
Start after closing 4–6
Safety switches 2–1
SERIAL
Find setting values 10–6
NEWCOM Baudrate 10–6
Protocol on serial interface X701
10–6
Protokoll auf X701 10–6
Serial Cabel
EST/ GST 10–15
EST/ PC 10–15
Shaft table
Configuration example 5–10
Description 5–9
Short floors
At any floor 5–6
Automatic zone suppression 5–7
Bistable Explanation 5–6
Configuration 5–8
Description 5–5
Measuring drive with 5–8
Shaft type setting 10–8
Short floors at terminal landings
5–5
Start
T
TCM
Configuring 7–10
Description 7–9
Drive time monitoring 4–7, 5–4
Resetting 7–10
Testing TCM drive time monitoring 5–4
Terminal Connections
230 V-signals X100 10–11
24 V-Signals X200 10–11
24 V-Signals X201 10–11
24 V-Signals X202 10–12
24 V-Signals X203 10–12
Calls up to 11 floors 10–13
Test drives
Call up auto test drive 4–5
Description 5–3
Leaving the test drive menu 5–4
Standard test drive 5–3
Testing the shaft final limit switches 5–4
Time setting, example 3–3
Z
Zone suppression 5–7
Password requested 4–18
System start messages 10–3
Statistics memory 4–6
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