ELEMPU

ELEMPU
Control Panel Board
ELEMPU
STANDARD VERSION
WITHOUT EXPANSION
USER'S
MANUAL
Draft_03
20-02-2015
D. Cavalli
REV.
DATE
T.M. Checked and Approved
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION................................................................................. Page
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................ Page
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................... Page
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ELEMPU BOARD LAYOUT................................................................. Page
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DESCRIPTION OF CONNECTIONS .................................................. Page
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MAIN OPERATING PHASES.............................................................. Page
6.1 AUTOMATIC SERVICE .................................................................. Page
6.2 RESET OPERATION ..................................................................... Page
6.3 INSPECTION OPERATION ............................................................ Page
6.4 MANUAL CONTROL SERVICE ....................................................... Page
6.5 RELEVELING ................................................................................ Page
6.6 AUTOMATIC RETURN TO A FLOOR .............................................. Page
6.7 EMERGENCY OPERATION ........................................................... Page
6.8 V.I.P. CALL ................................................................................... Page
6.9 FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION AS PER EN81-73............................. Page
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DIAGNOSTICS AND PROGRAMMING .............................................. Page
DIAGNOSTICS .............................................................................. Page
MANUAL MODE ............................................................................ Page
COUNTERS .................................................................................. Page
ACCESS ....................................................................................... Page
FUNCTIONS ................................................................................. Page
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
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EXAMPLES OF DIAGRAMS ............................................................... Page 25
8.1 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM A.P.B. OPERATION – 2 SPEEDS............ Page 26
8.2 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM A.P.B. OPERATION – HYDRAULIC .......... Page 31
8.4 EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM FULL COLLECTIVE OPERATION –
WITH TAKEDO-3VF NXP DRIVE ......................................................... Page 35
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DIMENSIONS AND FASTENING........................................................ Page 40
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1 – INTRODUCTION
ELEMPU is a control board for lift operation, designed and constructed by SMS.
Compact and versatile, thanks to the type of integrated functions, it allows minimizing the number of external
components to be provided on the control panel.
It is part of ELESYS system, which includes:
• ELEMPU board BASIC board for the controller, with parallel and serial connection.
• ELEPLUS board - AUXILIARY board for the car or Inputs/Outputs expansion,
with serial communication.
This Manual refers exclusively to ELEMPU board, used as the only control board, with parallel connections.
In this layout, it is suitable for both hydraulic systems and traction systems, with different types of drives and
doors, and for the following types of operation:
− Automatic Push Button (A. P. B. )
up to 12 stops
− DOWN COLLECTIVE OPERATION up to 12 stops
− FULL COLLECTIVE OPERATION
up to
8 stops
2 – GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions:
120 x 274.6 mm
Application Software installed on the micro controller, upgradeable via PC
System configuration and fault diagnostics using 6 buttons and LCD display (16 characters on 2 rows)
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installed on the board. The parameters are stored permanently in E PROM memory, even in the absence of
the supply voltage.
Operating temperature:
0°C ÷ 50°C
The ELEMPU card manages the following types of installation:
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DRIVES
- TRACTION LIFT
-
HYDRAULIC LIFT
- AC 1 speed
- AC 2 speeds
- VVVF (OPEN/CLOSE loop)
- Direct Starting
- Soft Starter Starting
- HYDROVERT
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TYPE OF DOORS
- MANUAL
- SEMIAUTOMATIC
- AUTOMATIC
- PARKING WITH OPEN OR CLOSED DOORS
- SINGLE ENTRANCE
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OPERATIONS
- AUTOMATIC RESET TO BOTTOM OR TOP FLOOR AT START-UP
- INSPECTION
- MANUAL CONTROL (for testing and adjustments)
- RELEVELING
- AUTOMATIC RETURN TO A SELECTED FLOOR
- EMERGENCY
- V.I.P. CALL
- FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION as per EN81-73
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CAR POSITION CONTROL SYSTEM
- MONOSTABLE OR BISTABLE MAGNETIC SWITCHES
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CONTROLS AND PROTECTIONS
- MOTOR THERMAL PROTECTION VIA THERMISTORS
- MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME (separate for HIGH / LOW speed)
- TURNING OFF THE LIGHT IN THE CAR / FAN TIME DELAY
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STANDARDS AND DIRECTIVES
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LIFTS DIRECTIVE
HARMONIZED STANDARDS
95/16/EC
EN 81-1
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EMC DIRECTIVE
HARMONIZED STANDARDS
2004/108/EC
EN 12015 EN 12016
EN 81-2
3 – ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Board power supply:
18Vac +/- 10% (terminals 18V~ - 18V~ / M13),
protected by replaceable fuse 4A.
Inputs / Outputs Power Supply:
24Vdc (terminals 24V – 0V / M13)
Auxiliary Boards Power Supply:
24Vdc (terminals 24E - 0V / M13)
IMPORTANT
Do not power the board with voltage different than that specified; moreover, the negative
pole of 24VDC voltage (terminals 0V / M13) must NOT be connected to GROUND.
INPUTS
The status of each input is indicated by the relative GREEN LED.
NOTE: For the inputs from car and landing call buttons, since they are common with the relative output, the
LED is RED
5 Optoisolated inputs for the control of the state of safety circuits (Terminal Block M12)
Allowed voltage: 24 ÷ 110V AC/DC.
These inputs are made in accordance with the HARMONIZED STANDARDS EN81, the negative pole
of the voltage that supply the safety chain is the terminal SCC (M12 and M10), which MUST be
connected to GROUND.
46 Inputs 24Vdc (Terminal blocks M2 ÷ M6) for the signals coming from car and landing call buttons,
switches for slowing down and stop, maintenance control box, photocells, etc. (See detailed list in
Chapter 5).
All the input circuits are protected against line noises and voltage surges.
1 Input for thermistors, for motor thermal protection (terminals TH1 – TH2 / M6).
Motor thermistors should be directly connected to the board; when the protection is not active, the
corresponding green LED is on.
OUTPUTS
The status of each output is displayed by the relative RED LED.
N° 5 Relay Outputs for:
- Motor contactors (Up (UP), Down (DN), High/Low Speed (HS/LS) - Terminal Block M10)
- Occupied signal/Car Light (EC - Terminal Block M11)
Dry contacts are available in the terminal block of the above mentioned relays, which have the
following features:
Nominal voltage:
250Vac
Rated load AC15:
400VA
Break power DC1:
110V 0.3 A
Since the commands of motor contactors can be connected downstream of safety circuits, insulation
distances comply with the requirements specified in Appendix H of the Harmonized Standards EN81.
7 Relay Outputs for:
- Door controls (1 entrance) (Opening (DO), Closing (DC) - Terminal Block M11))
- Control of Car Position signal in binary code (PB0 ÷ PB4 - Terminal Block M8)
Dry contacts are available in the terminal block of the above mentioned relays, which have the
following features:
Switching power:
0.5A/125Vac 1A/30Vdc
Max switching voltage (AC/DC):
125Vac/ 60Vdc
The common terminal of position signal (PB) is voltage free.
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24 Transistor Outputs for COMING or REGISTERED signal (Terminal blocks M2 – M3).
Maximum current supplied by each output = 250mA.
The output transistors are protected against short circuit.
7 Transistor Outputs (Terminal block M7), for optional controls such as Out of Service, Next Leaving,
Releveling, Emergency, etc.
Maximum current supplied by every output = 250mA.
The output transistors are protected against short circuit.
The outputs connected to terminal block M7 can be connected directly to external signals or relays,
with 24VDC coil.
The load must be connected between the corresponding terminal and 0V, as indicated in the example
in Fig. 1 for the Out of Service (OS) signal.
Always connect a diode in parallel with the coil of any relay, as indicated in Fig. 1.
OS
Relay coil
24VDC
0V
Fig. 1
6 Outputs with Photocoupler (Terminal Block M9), for direct commands to the inverter: Up, Down,
High Speed, Low speed, Inspection speed, Emergency
COMMON
VVVF
INPUT
Fig. 2
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4 – ELEMPU BOARD LAYOUT
Fig. 3
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5 – DESCRIPTION OF CONNECTIONS
INPUTS / OUTPUTS
TERMINAL BLOCKS M2 - M3
OPERATION:
LABEL
U00
U01
U02
U03
U04
U05
U06
U07
U08
U09
U10
U11
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON
(A.P.B.)
Car and Landing call Floor 0
Car and Landing call Floor 1
Car and Landing call Floor 2
Car and Landing call Floor 3
Car and Landing call Floor 4
Car and Landing call Floor 5
Car and Landing call Floor 6
Car and Landing call Floor 7
Car and Landing call Floor 8
Car and Landing call Floor 9
Car and Landing call Floor 10
Car and Landing call Floor 11
Car at Floor 0
Car at Floor 1
Car at Floor 2
Car at Floor 3
DECIMAL
Car at Floor 4
CAR
Car at Floor 5
POSITION
Signal
Car at Floor 6
(one output
Car at Floor 7
per floor)
Car at Floor 8
Car at Floor 9
Car at Floor 10
Car at Floor 11
↓DOWN COLLECTIVE
Car control Floor 0
Car control Floor 1
Car control Floor 2
Car control Floor 3
Car control Floor 4
Car control Floor 5
Car control Floor 6
Car control Floor 7
Car control Floor 8
Car control Floor 9
Car control Floor 10
Car control Floor 11
--Down landing call Floor 1
Down landing call Floor 2
Down landing call Floor 3
Down landing call Floor 4
Down landing call Floor 5
Down landing call Floor 6
Down landing call Floor 7
Down landing call Floor 8
Down landing call Floor 9
Down landing call Floor 10
Down landing call Floor 11
FULL COLLECTIVE
Up landing call to Floor 0
Up landing call to Floor 1
Up landing call to Floor 2
Up landing call to Floor 3
Up landing call to Floor 4
Up landing call to Floor 5
Up landing call to Floor 6
----Down landing call Floor 1
Down landing call Floor 2
Down landing call Floor 3
Down landing call Floor 4
Down landing call Floor 5
Down landing call Floor 6
Down landing call Floor 7
Car control Floor 0
Car control Floor 1
Car control Floor 2
Car control Floor 3
Car control Floor 4
Car control Floor 5
Car control Floor 6
Car control Floor 7
To each CAR and/or LANDING CALL is associated a signal, COMING in the event of A.P.B. operation, or
REGISTERED in case of COLLECTIVE operation.
This signal must be connected to the same terminals provided for the buttons, as shown in Figure 4 (only
one wire for the connection of button/lamp to the board):
0V (SIGNALS COMMON)
(BUTTONS COMMON) 24V
"Not
avail
Floor n button
Signal
floor n
Fig. 4
CAR POSITION signals in decimal code are supplied by 24Vdc (Max load = 250mA)
with short-circuit protection.
In case you use a display, this MUST be of NEGATIVE COMMON(common cathode) type.
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INPUTS 24Vdc
TERMINAL BLOCKS M4 - M5 - M6
All INPUTS connected to the above terminal blocks are contacts or switches supplied by 24Vdc.
Therefore, they must be connected between the common 24V and the corresponding terminal,
except for the THERMISTORS input described below.
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
USS
DSS
UP STOP SWITCH (DOWNWARD SLOWDOWN)
DOWN STOP SWITCH (UPWARD SLOWDOWN)
Fig. 5
The contacts of USS and DSS can be of NO or NC type, with appropriate programming.
If necessary, for example due to the speed of the system or to the distance between the floors,
the magnets that control the slowdown can "cross", i.e. the magnet, which controls the slowdown
to the next floor may be positioned immediately after the magnets of floor zone (stop/door zone).
No programming is required for the board. The software adjusts automatically.
It is however required to provide a distance of a few centimetres between the floor zone magnets
and the slow down on, to allow the correct reading of the input (this distance depends on the
system speed); usually 5 cm are sufficient, and therefore the minimum distance between
floors allowed is equal to the slowdown space + door unlock space + 5 cm.
ULS
DLS
TOP FLOOR LIMIT SWITCH
BOTTOM FLOOR LIMIT SWITCH
The switches ULS and DLS must be of type NC and driven at end floors by a magnet with a
length equal to slowdown distance minus 2 cm, as shown in the figure below.
LABEL
DESCRIPTION
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ISQ
URI
DRI
IP1
IP2
TDC
RC
ROP
REL
TJ
BK
EA1
EA2
VIC
FO
EKF
A31
A32
TH1
TH2
INSPECTION BOX CONTACT
It must be CLOSE with the system in NORMAL service, and OPEN in INSPECTION state.
If there are multiple Inspection buttons (on car roof, in the control panel, in the shaft, etc. ) the
relative contacts must be connected in series.
INSPECTION UP BUTTON
INSPECTION DOWN BUTTON
In this configuration ELEMPU assumes the function
PE1 - PHOTOCELL CONTACT
It must be CLOSE with beam free, and OPEN with beam interrupted.
In this configuration of ELEMPU assumes the function
OCI - CAR SWITCH OVERLOAD (load > 110% loading capacity)
Contact CLOSE with car overload.
In this configuration the ELEMPU board is not provided with an output for the relative signal,
which therefore must be controlled directly by the input, connecting it between IP2 and 0V.
CONTACTOR DROP-OUT DELAY
Active input for VVVF drive only.
Connect the output of the VVVF dedicated to the control of the contactors.
If not connected, the drop-out of the contactors in VVVF drive is controlled with a delay with
respect to the stop command set in parameter F17.
RUN CONTACTORS CONTROL
Connect to the auxiliary contacts of contactors that control the motor, where an eventual
“sticking” could bring to a dangerous operation.
It is
possible to program if the input must be active during RUN (contacts N. A. in parallel) or
active with car STOPPED (contacts N.C. in series)
EMERGENCY OPERATION ACTIVATION - See description of operation in Chapter 6.7
RELEVELING ENABLE CONTACT
Connect to an auxiliary contact of the SAFETY CIRCUIT which enables releveling with open
doors and that provides the door contact by-pass - see Chapter 6.5 .
NOT USED in this configuration of ELEMPU
In this configuration of ELEMPU it assumes 2 different functions depending on the type of
operation, namely:
- EC - OCCUPIED CAR (load ≥ 1 person) in AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON operation (A.P.B.)
if CLOSE, it maintains the "OCCUPIED" output active
- FC - FULL CAR (load > 80% loading capacity) in COLLECTIVE operation
if CLOSE, the car starts only to serve the car calls and ignores the landing calls, that
remain stored in order to be served at FC opening.
EXTERNAL ALARM 1
The opening of this input causes the OUT OF SERVICE with immediate stop of the car. It can be
connected, for example at the contact of the SUPPLY PHASE CONTROL device or at FAULT
contact of the VVVF.
When the input is reset close, the lift automatically returns to service with a rephasing operation.
Connect a 24V if not used.
EXTERNAL ALARM 2
The opening of this input causes the car to stop at the end of the current travel.
It can be connected for example to the contact of the oil thermostat. Connect to 24V if not used.
V.I.P. CALL - See description of operation in Chapter 6.8
CONTACT FOR ENABLING FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION as per EN81-73.
- See description of operation in Chapter 6.9
NOT USED in this configuration of ELEMPU
In this configuration of ELEMPU it assumes the function
ODB – DOOR OPENING BUTTON
Contact normally closed, the action on the button controls the opening of the doors - connect to
24V if not used.
In this configuration of ELEMPU it assumes the function
CDB – DOOR QUICK CLOSING BUTTON
Enabled for COLLECTIVE operation only
MOTOR THERMISTORS
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SAFETY CHAIN INPUTS
TERMINAL BLOCK M12
Optoisolated inputs for the control of the state of safety circuits.
LABEL DESCRIPTION
SCC
SC1
SC2
SC3
SC4
SC5
VOLTAGE REFERENCE OF SAFETY CIRCUITS
GROUNDED on the control panel.
SAFETY CHAIN BEGINNING
downstream of the OPERATIN AUTOMATIC VALVE
1st SECTION OF SAFETY CHAIN
downstream of the OVERTRAVEL switch, that must be the 1st of the series
2nd SECTION OF SAFETY CHAIN
downstream of VARIOUS SAFETY SWITCHES (STOP SWITCH IN THE PIT, OVERSPEED
GOVERNOR, OVERSPEED GOVERNOR TENSION DEVICE, SAFETY GEAR, etc. ), of the
NORMAL SERVICE / INSPECTION SWITCH, of the LANDING DOOR CLOSED CONTACTS
(for SEMIAUTOMATIC doors only)
3rd SECTION OF SAFETY CHAIN
downstream of the CAR DOOR CONTACT
4th SECTION OF SAFETY CHAIN
downstream of the LANDING DOOR LOCKED CONTACTS
EXAMPLES OF SAFETY CHAIN CONNECTION FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF DOORS
IMPORTANT:
for hydraulic systems, see
the instructions in
Chap. 6.5 for the
RELEVELING
operation with open doors
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RELAY OUTPUTS
TERMINAL BLOCK M10
Direction and speed controls
LABEL DESCRIPTION
CS
LS
HS
SCC
CA
AD
AU
COMMON HIGH/LOW SPEED CONTROLS
LOW SPEED CONTROL
HIGH SPEED CONTROL
Connect the VOLTAGE REFERENCE OF SAFETY CIRCUITS (connected to GROUND on the
control panel) to ensure the insulation between the circuits.
COMMON UP/DOWN CONTROLS
DOWN CONTROL
UP CONTROL
TERMINAL BLOCK M11
Automatic doors and "Occupied" controls
LABEL DESCRIPTION
CD
DC
DO
OC1
OC2
COMMON DOOR OPENING/CLOSING CONTROLS
DOOR CLOSING CONTROL
DOOR OPENING CONTROL
N.O. contact of EC relay
Assumes a different function based on the type of operation, such as
- OCCUPIED SIGNAL in AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON (A.P.B.) operation
connect an external relay with N.C. contact to disable calls from the floors –
see the diagram example in Chapter 8.1.
- CAR LIGHT CONTROL in COLLECTIVE operation
TERMINAL BLOCK M8
Commands for CAR POSITION Signal in BINARY code
LABEL DESCRIPTION
CP
PB0
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
CAR POSITION SIGNALS POWER SUPPLY
The CP terminal is voltage free, and must be connected to the supply voltage required by the
display.
BIT0 CAR POSITION DECODING
BIT1 CAR POSITION DECODING
BIT2 CAR POSITION DECODING
BIT3 CAR POSITION DECODING
BIT4 CAR POSITION DECODING
OUTPUTS WITH PHOTOCOUPLER
TERMINAL BLOCK M9
Commands for VVVF
LABEL DESCRIPTION
CV
EMV
LSV
MSV
HSV
ADV
AUV
VVVF COMMAND COMMON
EMERGENCY
LOW SPEED
INSPECTION SPEED
HIGH SPEED
DOWN RUN
UP RUN
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TRANSISTOR OUTPUTS 24Vdc
TERMINAL BLOCK M7
LABEL DESCRIPTION
OS
SBY
EME
LEV
EA3
OP1
OP2
OUT-OF-SERVICE
ACTIVE output in normal operation, NOT ACTIVE in out-of-service - It is recommended to control
an external relay which has the N.O. contact upstream of the safety chain.
In this configuration of ELEMPU assumes the function
NDS – direction (A.P.B. operation) /next leaving (COLLECTIVE operation) DOWN Signal.
SYSTEM IN EMERGENCY
SYSTEM RELEVELING
Control an external relay, where NO contact is placed in series with the contact of the SAFETY
CIRCUIT which provides the by-pass of the contacts of the doors - see functional description and
example of diagram to Chapter 6.5.
In this configuration of ELEMPU assumes the function
NUS - direction (A.P.B. operation) /next leaving (COLLECTIVE operation) UP Signal.
In this configuration of ELEMPU assumes the function
GONG - acoustic signal of coming car.
In this configuration of ELEMPU assumes the function
CAM – RETIRING CAM control.
POWER SUPPLY
TERMINAL BLOCK M13
LABEL DESCRIPTION
24E
0V
24V
18V~
18V~
AUXILIARY ELEPLUS BOARDS POWER SUPPLY
24VDC SUPPLY FOR INPUTS - OUTPUTS - RELAY - SIGNALS etc.
18Vac POWER SUPPLY FOR THE BOARD, from external INSULATION TRANSFORMER
6 – MAIN SEQUENCES OF OPERATION
The card ELEMPU manages the POSITION of the car by means of switches ULS, DLS, USS, DSS (see
Page 8), and the OPERATION of the lift in the different conditions that can occur during service:
- Automatic service (6.1 )
- Reset operation (6.2 )
- Inspection operation (6.3 )
- Service with manual control (6.4 )
- Releveling (6.5 )
- Automatic return to a floor (6.6)
- Emergency operation (6.7)
- V.I.P. call (6.8)
- Fire-Fighters operation as per EN81-73 (6.9)
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6.1 - AUTOMATIC SERVICE
This is the regular service of the system.
It completely manages the operating logic of the lift, which can be Automatic Push Button (A.P.B.) operation,
Down Collective, Full Collective.
At starting, the board checks, via the RC input, that none of the contactors that contribute to the travel of the
car has remained "sticked".
The starting sequence is then initiated by activating first the closing of any automatic doors.
Door closing is allowed only if all reopening devices (photocell, safety edge, door opening button) are not
activated.
The board is informed when doors are closed by the closing of the car door contact (safety input SC4); there
is no input for the door closing limit switch, which must be connected, if present, in series with the closing
contactor coil.
When doors are closed, with a small delay to allow for the complete mechanical closing, the CAM output is
enabled to activate any retiring cam; subsequently, after input SC5 closing (landing door locked), the actual
starting is commanded, and, except for special cases, it always takes place at high speed, i.e. with the
activation of the outputs AU (up) or AD (down), and HS (high speed) at the same time.
The lift slows down by opening HS and activating the LS output (low speed).
The stop at floor takes place by opening LS. The opening of AU/AD may be simultaneous with LS (for 2speeds or hydraulic systems), or it can be appropriately delayed for systems with VVVF drive.
The delay can be programmed through an internal timer (see Chapter 8.5 – Function F 17), or you can use
the contact to control contactors present in the VVVF drive, if provided: by connecting this contact (which
must close during the travel and open with delay upon floor stop) at the TDC input, the opening of the AU/AD
relay (and therefore of motor contactors) will be controlled by VVVF.
When motor contactors are switched off, if the car is in the "door zone", i.e. , if at least one of the two
switches USS and DSS is engaged, is commanded the opening of the automatic doors: there is no input for
door opening limit switch, which must be connected, if present, in series with the opening contactor coil.
The door opening control of the board turns off after the time set by the function F22 (see chapter 7.5 ), so it
is important that this time is quite close to the actual time of opening, with a margin of at least one second.
6.2 - RESET OPERATION
The reset operation is carried out automatically by bringing the car to an end floor every time the supply
voltage is restored, or when returning to normal operation after inspection operation or after some alarm
(such as the maximum travel time or motor protection with thermistors, etc.) has tripped.
During reset, the position of the car is not defined, therefore at this stage on display appears the message
"Floor: --".
Reset is carried out in different ways, depending on the position of the car and the type of drive provided:
• Car outside the slowdown area to bottom floor: it starts in down direction at high speed and stops when
the switch DLS opens (1 speed lift) or slows down when DLS opens and stops with the opening of USS
and DSS (for all the other types of drives).
• Car approaching the bottom floor area but not at floor level:
− 1 or 2 speed lift systems:
it starts moving up at high speed and stops when switch
ULS opens (1-speed lift) or slows down when ULS opens
and stops with the opening of USS and DSS (2 speed
lift).
− Hydraulic system or with VVVF drive:
it starts moving down at low speed and stops at bottom
floor when switches USS and DSS open.
When the car stops at the end floor and opens the doors, the car position is set in correspondence with the
end floor reached.
The position of the car is reset even during the normal service, every time the car reaches an end floor,
where it is always forced to slow down.
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6.3 - INSPECTION OPERATION
During the inspection operation, the maintenance worker on car roof controls its movement in “dead man”
mode (with permanent pressure of the push-buttons).
The board detects the status of the inspection switch via the input ISQ (ISQ = 0 → inspection service active)
and controls the movement when inputs URI (up) or DRI (down) are activated via a contact of the inspection
buttons.
Inspection run can be programmed at high or low speed, if the drive is VVVF it is always commanded a
medium speed level.
Returning to normal service, a reset operation is performed, with a consequent updating of the car position.
6.4 - MANUAL CONTROL SERVICE
In the manual control service, the maintenance worker can control the movement of the car from the control
panel, while normal calls and the opening of the doors are disabled.
The service is activated through the keys on the board, by selecting on the display the menu
2) MANUAL MODE (see Chapter 7 for how to access), with the car stopped at floor level.
The keys and control (up and down respectively) the starting of the car, which moves at high speed as
long as the button is pressed.
When the button is released, the car keeps on moving at high speed until it reaches the first slowdown zone,
where slows down and stops at the corresponding floor.
If
the button opposite to the direction of travel of the car is pressed (e.g. key with car moving up), the lift
stops immediately.
To return to automatic operation, you must press the ESC key.
6.5 - RELEVELING
It is the operation that allows the cabin to return within the stop zone, both in up and down direction.
In the control panel should be provided a SAFETY CIRCUIT (CS) that allows bypassing door contacts when the
car is located within the release area of the same, to enable the releveling operation with the doors open.
The two
inputs of the SAFETY CIRCUIT can be controlled by additional 2 switches operating in the door zone,
or by a single additional switch (IZS) as shown in the figure, and two relay contacts operated by USS and DSS
in parallel.
Fig. 8
The board controls the releveling:
- if the car is located within the stop zone;
- if REL input, which is connected to an auxiliary contact of the safety circuit CS, is active;
- if the car drops below USS, keeping the DSS engaged, the UP command is activated;
- if the cabin rises above DSS, keeping the USS engaged, the DOWN command is activated;
The movement is controlled at low speed if the drive is 2 SPEEDS or HYDRAULIC (without VVVF) drive, while if
the drive is with VVVF, a different level of speed, programmable on the VVVF itself, is commanded.
Upon the activation of the control of direction and speed, output LEV is also activated; the latter should control
an external relay, with N.O. contact connected in series with the contact of the SAFETY CIRCUIT CS that
provides for the by-pass of the contacts of the doors - see example in the diagram in Figure 9.
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Fig. 9
The releveling operation is disabled in INSPECTION and EMERGENCY operation and also when the safety
input SC3 is open, but it remains active while out of service because of the stored opening of the
OVERTRAVEL switch (safety input SC2), on the condition that the overtravel switch has closed in the
meantime.
In the hydraulic systems with semi-automatic doors, to enable releveling with doors open, the safety chain SC3
should not be interrupted with the landing door closed switches (as shown in the example at page 10).
SC3 must be connected upstream, but to prevent from the automatic car doors closing with the landing doors
open, it is required to connect a relay after the previous contacts, connecting a dedicated N.O. contact in series
to the input of the photocell (IP1).
6.6 - AUTOMATIC RETURN TO A FLOOR
The car return to a floor is controlled when the car has no command active, after a preset time (maximum 15
minutes); such control is different for TRACTION lifts (1 speed, 2 speed or VVVF), or HYDRAULIC.
In the case of TRACTION lifts, return should be programmed, to the floor which must also be programmed.
For HYDRAULIC systems instead, car return is ALWAYS commanded to BOTTOM FLOOR.
The return is activated automatically only during normal operation; if during return is recorded a call, the
return condition is cancelled, and the call is served, stopping, if needed, at the first floor reached, and
reversing the direction of travel.
When the car stops to the commanded floor, the doors are not opened.
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6.7 - EMERGENCY OPERATION
The emergency operation for bringing the car to the floor in the absence of mains voltage, is activated by the
closing of ROP input and the operation differs in the case of TRACTION lift (1 speed, 2 speed, or VVVF), or
HYDRAULIC
a) Hydraulic lifts: After 5 seconds from ROP activation, the car moves down to the lowest floor. When
reaching the floor, automatic doors, if provided, open and after full opening of the doors any other
operation is prevented until the input ROP returns to OFF state; subsequently, the lift returns to service by
performing a reset operation.
b) Traction lifts: After 5 seconds from the activation of ROP, the board commands the car to go down: it is
not possible to know the direction in which the car will move because it depends on the load, but the
speed will certainly be reduced because it is controlled by an emergency inverter.
The lift stops, without slowing down, in the first stop zone reached by the car (i.e., when USS and DSS
are both active), the automatic doors open and after doors opening any other operation is prevented until
the input ROP returns to OFF state; subsequently, the lift returns to service by performing a reset
operation.
6.8 - V.I.P. CALL
The V.I.P. call floor is provided with a key switch (VIC input).
When the key is inserted (VIC = ON), all commands and the existing calls are cancelled, and it is no longer
possible to enable other commands.
The car reaches as fast as possible the preset V.I.P. call floor, namely:
a) if the car is stopped, it immediately moves to the V.I.P. call floor.
b) if the car is moving in the same direction as that required by V.I.P. call, it keeps on moving until reaching
the V.I.P. call floor.
c) if the car is running in the opposite direction to that requested by V.I.P. call, it slows down and stops at
the first floor reached, without opening the doors and, after 2 seconds, it starts moving in the opposite
direction to serve the V.I.P. call.
When the car reaches the desired floor, the VIC key is removed and the system returns to normal operating
conditions.
By Automatic Push Button (A.P.B.) operation, the " V.I.P." user has, however, priority for a few seconds, to
make his command.
By COLLECTIVE operation, the car should be provided with a second key switch in the car that simulates
the status of "full car" (FC) input: in this way the car does not stop to serve any other external calls until the
"V.I.P." user reaches the desired floor.
6.9 - FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION AS PER EN81-73
The fire-fighters operation can be performed in 2 ways:
1) Behaviour in the event of a fire (EN81-73); the relative requirements apply to all types of lifts.
2) Fire-fighter lift operation commanded by fire fighting team (EN81-72).
In this configuration of ELEMPU is provided only the operation in accordance with EN81-73.
There is a function for determining the functionality of the FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION:
- if programmed "NONE", the FO input is not considered;
- if programmed "EN81-73 ", the fire-fighters operation in accordance with EN81-73 is enabled.
A contact, which can be a key switch to fire-fighters floor or the contact of an automatic fire detection system,
is used as a request for FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION connected to the FO input.
The state of the input must be ON with operation INACTIVE (N.C. contact).
Upon operation activation, the car reaches as fast as possible to fire-fighters floor, suitably programmed. In
particular:
a) if the car is stopped, it immediately starts moving to the fire-fighters floor.
b) if the car is running in the same direction as that requested by the fire-fighters operation, it keeps on
moving until reaching the fire-fighters floor.
c) if the car is running in the opposite direction to that required by the fire-fighters operation, it slows down
and stops to the first floor that reaches, without opening the doors and starts again in the opposite
direction toward the fire service floor.
Upon floor stop, the automatic doors open and the elevator remains at a standstill with the doors open and
out of service.
In the event of a return of the inputs that activate the normal operating conditions, the lift can return to normal
operation only if it has been brought back to the fire brigade floor from which the operation has been
activated.
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7 – DIAGNOSTICS AND PROGRAMMING
On the ELEMPU board is installed an LCD DISPLAY (16 characters on 2 rows)
and 6 KEYS (ESC, ,,,, OK).
During the operation, the display shows a "STATUS PAGE", which shows the operating status of the system.
In the STATUS PAGE is always displayed :
• The FLOOR, which will be indicated with ' --' in the case of reset.
• The STATE of the lift, for example:
- Normal Operation (AUTO)
- Manual Service Control (MAN)
- Reset (RES)
- Inspection (INS)
- Emergency (EME), etc.
• The SUBSTATE, namely the current operation of the lift such as:
- Direction and Speed Level
- Door Opening (Closing)
- Door Open (Closed)
- Releveling, etc.
Examples of status pages
On
Rephasing
Doors closing
Direction and Speed Level
Doors open
Inspection
Key Functions
KEY
OK

ESC
FUNCTION
Enters the Programming / Diagnostics mode or
Confirm the value of the newly modified function.
Go to the next function or increase the value of the selected function.
Go to the previous function, or decrease the value of the selected function.
Cancel a change before you press ENTER, or
Move the cursor to the left to the desired digit, for changing it.
Start changing a function or
Move the cursor to the desired digit for changing it.
Exit the Programming / Diagnostics mode.
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Press the OK button with the lift stopped to go to MENU page selected, if they are no active priority
operations such as inspection, emergency, fire-fighters operation, out of service.
Selection menu
The selection menu shows a numeric index and a description of the corresponding option.
Menu, options 1 and 2
Menu, options 3 and 4
Menu, options 5 and 6
Menu, option 7
By scrolling through the menu using the keys and , the index will flash, with the OK button you can
select the desired option.
When accessing the menus
3) COUNTERS - 4) ACCESS – 5) FUNCTIONS - 6) SETTINGS - 7) TEST
on the display appears the message “A 01: Access Code 1" and on the bottom row is proposed the 8-digit
code flashing “00000000”.
To proceed, you must enter the correct numeric access code, consisting of 8 decimal digits, each of which
can assume a value from 0 to 9 .
SMS supplies the ELEMPU boards programmed with Access Code = 00000000. The user can choose to
modify it as needed after the first access (See 7.4 - ACCESS).
To enter the code, use keys ,,, as described in the preceding Table "Key Functions”.
If the code is not correct, after you have confirmed with OK, the value entered keeps on flashing on display
until the correct code is entered. To return to normal operation, press ESC.
If the code is correct, it is possible to access the MENU.
7.1 - DIAGNOSTICS
By accessing this mode, on display is shown the total number of stored alarms:
If there are one or more alarms, press OK to display the numeric code of the first alarm (E-- ), followed by a
brief description,
while in the bottom row of the display is shown the number of times that the alarm has tripped:
Pressing again you go to the next alarm.
If there is no other alarm, the first alarm will be displayed.
By pressing the keys  and simultaneously, you will clear all the alarms present.
To exit the DIAGNOSTICS mode, press ESC.
If an alarm occurs, causing the lift to go in OUT OF SERVICE mode, the display automatically shows the
alarm code, that flashes until normal operation is restored:
Press OK on this page and then keys  and to clear
the alarm and restore the operation of the lift system.
The various alarm codes are summarized in the following TABLE 1 – ALARM CODES.
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TABLE 1 – ALARM CODES
ALARM CODE
DESCRIPTION
CONSEQUENCES
E 02
FAILURE TO CLOSE
LANDING DOOR
LOCKED SWITCHES
Upon leaving, with the doors fully closed
(input SC4 active), the input SC5 is not
activated within 5 seconds.
The description of the alarm E02 is
completed with the number of the floor
where the alarm has occurred.
A.P.B. OPERATION
The call is cancelled, the doors will
reopen and the car is waiting for a new
call.
E 03
FAILURE TO ACTIVATE
MOTOR CONTACTORS
Upon leaving, with locked doors (input
SC5 active), input RC is not activated
within 2 seconds.
The description of the alarm E 03 is
completed with the number of the floor
where the alarm has occurred.
COLLECTIVE OPERATION
The car and landing calls remain
recorded and 5 attempts will be
performed: if the problem persists, all
calls are cancelled and the car remains
in service, waiting for new calls.
E 05
CAR DOES NOT MOVE
Upon leaving, after the closing of
contactors, the car does not move out
from the stop zone within 10 seconds.
The description of the alarm E 05 is
completed with the number of the floor
where the alarm has occurred.
MULTIPLEX OPERATION
The calls are not cancelled but are
transferred to the other cars.
E 06
RESET FAILURE
The car is unable to complete the reset
operation.
(arrival at the end floor and doors
opening).
The system waits for a next call to try
again the reset operation.
E 07
CAR DOORS FAIL TO
CLOSE
The doors do not complete the closing
(SC4 = ON) within the time set in F 23.
The call is cancelled, the doors will
reopen and the car is waiting for a new
call.
COLLECTIVE OPERATION
The car and landing calls remain
recorded and 5 attempts will be
performed: if the problem persists, all
calls are cancelled and the car remains
in service, waiting for new calls.
MULTIPLEX OPERATION
The calls are not cancelled but are
transferred to the other cars.
If the timer intervenes in the CLOSING
FOR PARKING or RESET procedure,
5 closing attempts will be performed,
after which the car will park with the
doors open.
E 08
CAR DOORS FAIL TO
OPEN
The doors do not complete the opening
within the time set in F 22.
Door motor control is disabled and the
lift normally remains in service.
E 09
HIGH SPEED MAXIMUM
TRAVEL TIME
TRIGGERED
The car is moving at high speed without
reaching the next floor within the time set
in F 24.
The lift is set to
OUT OF SERVICE.
Service is restored only after a manual
RESET to be performed using the keys
 and .
E 10
LOW SPEED MAXIMUM
TRAVEL TIME
TRIGGERED
The car moves at low speed without
reaching the floor within the time set
in F 25.
The lift is set to
OUT OF SERVICE.
Service is restored only after a manual
RESET to be performed using the keys
RELEVELING
MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME
TRIGGERED
The car is in releveling phase without
reaching the floor within the time set in
F 50.
The lift is set to
OUT OF SERVICE.
OS output is disabled.
Service is restored only after a manual
RESET to be performed using the keys
FAILURE TO
DEACTIVATE
CONTACTORS
The RC input (RUN contactors) do not
turn off within 2 seconds from deactivation
command
(deactivation of outputs AU / AD).
Subsequent leaving is prevented for
the entire time in which RC remains
active.
 and .
E 11
 and .
E 12
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ALARM CODE
DESCRIPTION
CONSEQUENCES
E 13
FLOOR COUNT ERROR
Car position indicates an end floor but no
limit switch is active.
A call is made to the opposite end floor
to reset the car position.
E 14
OVERTRAVEL
Opening of overtravel switch (input SC2 1st section of safety chain)
The lift is set to
OUT OF SERVICE.
Service is restored only after a manual
RESET to be performed using the keys
 and .
E 15
MOTOR THERMISTORS
PROTECTION
TRIGGERED
Motor thermistors (connected to the input
TH1 - TH2) have detected a rise in motor
temperature up to the threshold of
protection.
The car stops with the mode defined
by F 33, then the elevator is set to
OUT OF SERVICE.
OS output is disabled.
Service can be restored in
AUTOMATIC or MANUAL mode
(depending on how F12 is set),
performing the reset procedure.
E 16
EXTERNAL ALARM 1
The contact connected to the input EA1 is
open (for example the alarm contact of the
VVVF).
The lift is set to
OUT OF SERVICE.
OS output is disabled.
Normal operation is automatically reset
when the contact closes, performing
the reset procedure.
E 17
EXTERNAL ALARM 2
The contact connected to the input EA2 is
open (for example, the contact of the oil
thermostat).
The lift stops at the end of the current
travel and a subsequent leaving is
prevented.
Normal operation is automatically reset
when the contact closes.
E 18
NO OPERATING
VOLTAGE
There is no voltage at the input SC1
(upstream of the safety chain)
The lift stops and a subsequent leaving
is prevented.
The lift returns the service
automatically when the voltage is
restored.
E 20
MAXIMUM TIME
PHOTOCELL OR
SAFETY EDGE
INTERRUPTED
Contact connected to the input IP1 is
open for a time greater than 20 sec.
Leaving is prevented as long as such
condition is active.
Normal operation is automatically
restored when the contact closes.
7.2 - MANUAL MODE
Provides access to the MANUAL CONTROL SERVICE, see Chap.6.4 .
7.3 - COUNTERS
In this mode, the status of 4 counters is displayed, providing information relating to the operation of the lift
system.
The counters displayed are:
C 01
Number of up travels
C 02
Number of down travels
C 03
Number of door openings
C 04
Number of door closings
EXAMPLE:
By selecting for example C02, you will display the number of down travels carried out by the lift:
The number is incremented every 100 travels and for this reason the value displayed is always a multiple of
100.
To reset the count, press both buttons  and simultaneously.
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7.4 - ACCESS
In this mode, you can customize the Access Code (after entering the currently valid code) and change the
language (Italian or English).
As already specified, SMS supplies the ELEMPU boards programmed with Access Code = 00000000.
Be careful to keep the access code, if you changed the default factory setting.
To change the code, use the keys ,,, as described in
the Table "Function of the keys" and confirm with OK
7.5 - FUNCTIONS
This mode allows configuring the ELEMPU board, i.e. to insert the specific data of the lift, choose the desired
options among those available, and modify the preset times, if needed.
This can be done using 50 FUNCTIONS (from F01 to F50), described in detail in the following
TABLE 2 - FUNCTIONS FOR SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.
Example F01: Top Floor
Sets the number of lift stops (Top Floor - 11).
The functions can be selected by scrolling through the menu using the keys and .
The selected function can be changed as follows:
- Press , the current value of the function flashes on the bottom line of the display.
- Use keys or to increase or decrease the value of the function.
- Use keys  or to go to the next or previous digit of the function,
if it is a function of a numeric type.
- When the function assumes the desired value, press OK to save it or press  to exit without saving the
change.
TABLE 2 - FUNCTIONS FOR SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
FUNCTION F
ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING
F 01
TOP FLOOR
1 ÷ MAX F.
F 02
MAIN FLOOR
0 ÷ MAX F.
MAX F. = 11 for A.P.B. operation
= 11 for DOWN COLLECTIVE operation.
= 8 for FULL COLLECTIVE operation
DEFAULT
11
0
It is used to properly manage calls from floors in case of DOWN COLLECTIVE
operation, when the main floor does not coincide with the bottom floor.
F 03
LIFT OPERATION
- A.P.B. Automatic Push-Button Operation
- DOWN COLLECTIVE
- FULL COLLECTIVE
F 04
DRIVE TYPE
-
F 05
DOOR TYPE
- MANUAL
- SEMIAUTOMATIC
2 SPEED
1 SPEED
2 SPEEDS
VVVF
HYDRAULIC
- AUTOMATIC
F 06
DOOR AT FLOOR
- OPEN DOORS
- CLOSED DOORS
F 07
CAR ENTRANCES
-1
-2
UNIVERSAL
both in the car and at landing
automatic doors in the car and manual
doors at landing
both in the car and at landing
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CLOSED
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FUNCTION F
ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING
DOOR OPENING P0
DOOR OPENING P1
DOOR OPENING P2
.
.
.
.
DOOR OPENING MAX F.
-
F 09
INSPECTION SPEED
- LOW
- HIGH
F 10
FORCED DOOR
CLOSING
- NO
- YES
F 11
CALLS
CANCELLATION
- SELECTIVE
F 12
THERMISTORS
ALARM RESET
- MANUAL
- AUTOMATIC
F 13
AUTOMATIC RETURN
- NO
- YES
F 08
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
SIMULTAN.
SELECTIVE
NONE
open side 1 door only
open side 1 door only
open both side 1 and 2 doors simultaneously
DEFAULT
SIDE
to be used, for example, for entrance with manual doors
LOW
NO
DOOR CLOSING control remains active while the lift moving
when reaching a floor it cancels only the call with the
same car direction
- SIMULTANEOUS when approaching a floor, it always cancels both
up and down calls
Valid only for FULL COLLECTIVE operation.
the operation is prevented until manual reset
the operation is restored automatically after 10 minutes
from thermistors return to normal status
SELECTIVE
MANUAL
NO
Valid only for the traction lifts; for the hydraulic systems the return to bottom floor
is always enabled.
F 14
F 15
AUTOMATIC RETURN
FLOOR
0 ÷ MAX F.
V.I.P. CALL FLOOR
0 ÷ MAX F.
0
Valid only if the previous F 13 = YES
1
Floor that must be reached by the car in response to activation of the VIC input
(see Chapter 6.8)
F 16
STOP DELAY
0,0 ÷ 2.0 sec.
0
It is the delay time between the opening of the stop switch and the actual stop of
the car. By taking advantage of this delay it is always possible to have the same
stop zone, regardless of the type and the speed of the lifts system.
F 17
F 18
F 19
CONTACTORS
OPENING DELAY
0,0 ÷ 2.0 sec.
EMERGENCY STOP
DELAY
0,0 ÷ 2.0 sec.
2,0
Valid only for VVVF drive, when TDC input is not used
2,0
It is the equivalent of F 16 for "emergency" operation.
RETIRING CAM DROP 0,0 ÷ 2.0 sec.
DELAY
It is the delay time between the opening of the contactors and the opening of the
0,3
relay which controls the retiring cam (CAM)
It can be useful, for example, in lifts with 1-speed drive, to control the cam drop
when the car is already stopped (at the end of the braking).
F 20
F 21
F 22
DOOR OPENING
DELAY
0,0 ÷ 2.0 sec.
MAXIMUM
EMERGENCY TIME
1 ÷ 15 minutes
0,5
It is the delay time between the opening of the contactors and command for door
opening
It can be useful
for example in lifts with automatic doors and retiring cam to
ensure that the doors begin to open when the cam has already dropped.
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If the emergency procedure is not completed within this time, it will be interrupted;
to restore the operation you need to disable the ROP input.
DOOR OPENING TIME 1 ÷ 60 sec.
5
Protection of the door motor for opening; set a time 1 second higher than the time
normally required to fully open the doors.
F 23
22
DOORS CLOSING
TIME
1
1 ÷ 60 sec.
Protection of the door motor for closing; set a time a few seconds higher than the
time normally required to fully close the doors.
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FUNCTION F
ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING
F 24
MAX. TRAVEL TIME
HIGH SPEED
1 ÷ 45 sec.
F 25
MAX. TRAVEL TIME
LOW SPEED
1 ÷ 45 sec.
45
F 26
START DELAY TIME
1 ÷ 60 sec.
2
45
It does not depend on the travel of the lift because it starts from 0 at every
passage from a floor.
Valid only for COLLECTIVE operation. It is the stop time of the car at floor with
the doors open before the next leaving due to a command or existing call.
F 27
OCCUPIED TIME
1 ÷ 60 sec.
5
In the A.P.B. operation this is the classic delay that controls the "OCCUPIED"
signal and disables calls from landing control stations.
In COLLECTIVE operation, this is the stop time of the car at floor with the doors
open before reversing direction to serve calls in the opposite direction. It must be
greater than the time set in F 26.
F 28
F 29
F 30
AUTOMATIC RETURN
ACTIVATION DELAY
1 ÷ 15 minutes
GONG ACTIVATION
TIME
0.1 ÷ 3.0 sec.
15
Valid for both traction and hydraulic lifts.
0,5
It is the time during which is active the acoustic signal of car coming at floor, at the
beginning of door opening, or after the stop in the case of manual doors.
FAN / CAR LIGHT TIME 1 ÷ 255 sec.
10
Controls the LC output and determines how long this output must remain active
after the “Occupied” state is off.
F 31
0
0
UNUSED
F 32
TYPE OF MAGNETIC
SWITCHES
-
NORMALLY OPEN
NORMALLY CLOSED
N.O. contact
N.C. contact
Refers to the magnetic switches USS and DSS for floor count and stop,
the limit switches ULS and DLS must always be NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.)
NORMALLY
CLOSED
F 33
THERMISTORS STOP
-
END RUN
IMMEDIATE STOP
IMMEDIATE
STOP
Defines the stop mode of the car following a THERMISTORS Alarm, or at the end
of the travel or immediate stop.
F 34
F 35
RELEVELING STOP
DELAY
0,0 ÷ 2.0 sec.
NEXT CAR LEAVING
DIRECTION SIGNAL
- OFF during TRAVEL
- ON during TRAVEL
0,0
It is the equivalent of F 16 for "releveling" operation.
OFF during
TRAVEL
Valid only for COLLECTIVE operation, in the first case, the signal is active from
the stop at floor until the next leaving, in the second case it remains even during
the travel, indicating the direction of travel.
F 36
EMERGENCY FLOOR
0 ÷ MAX F.
F 37
CONTACTOR INPUT
TYPE (RC)
- ACTIVE HIGH
F 38
CONTACTOR INPUT
MODE (RC)
- UP & DOWN
- UP ONLY
control is always done, both in up and down run
the control is made only during up run
The function UP ONLY is required for the hydraulic systems where there is no
relay/contactor for down run, as the down valve is controlled downstream of the
safety chain.
ALWAYS
F 39
LIFT GROUP
- SIMPLEX
- DUPLEX
- TRIPLEX
SIMPLEX
connection to RC: N.O. contacts in parallel of the
contactors
- BOTTOM ACTIVE connection to RC: N.C. contacts in series
Choose the control logic of the contactor control according to the availability of
auxiliary contacts.
0
TOP ACTIVE
Valid only for COLLECTIVE / MULTIPLEX operation; set in accordance with the
total number of cars combined (single car = SIMPLEX).
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FUNCTION F
ALLOWED VALUES AND MEANING
F 40
- 0÷2
LIFT NUMBER
DEFAULT
0
Valid only for MULTIPLEX operation. Identifies the car within a group:
0 = Car 1, 1 = Car 2, 2 = Car 3
F 41
ZONE TIME OUT
1 ÷ 5 minutes
5
Valid only for MULTIPLEX operation. Indicates the maximum time one ZONE (one
or more calls) can wait to be assigned to a car; after this time, the ZONE becomes
a priority one.
F 42
EARLY DOOR
OPENING
- NOT ACTIVE advanced opening not enabled.
- ON SLOWING opening is controlled at the beginning of slowdown.
- AT FLOOR
F 43
MISSING FLOOR
-
INACTIVE
An external safety circuit must provide the bypass of
the door safety switches in the allowed door zone
and enable the opening command at the suitable time.
the opening command is given when the car reaches
the door unlocking zone (USS or DSS engaged).
An external safety circuit must provide the bypass of
the door safety switches in the allowed door zone.
NONE
NONE
BOTTOM FLOOR
TOP FLOOR
OTHER CAR BOTTOM
OTHER CAR TOP
Valid in case of "LAME" DUPLEX " operation i.e. in the particular case in which
one or both cars cannot reach an end floor, served instead by the other car.
F 44
FIRE-FIGHTERS
OPERATION
- NONE
- EN81 – 72
- EN81 – 73
These functions, from F 44 to F 47 refer
to the FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION.
F 45
FIRE-FIGHTERS
FLOOR 1
0 ÷ MAX F.
For a detailed explanation of the
OPERATION and the FUNCTIONS, see
Chapter 6.9 - FIRE-FIGHTERS
OPERATION AS PER EN81-73.
The operation according to EN81-72 is
not implemented in this version of
ELEMPU.
F 46
NOT USED
F 47
DOORS CLOSING
PHASE 1
F 48
CAR LIGHT TIME UNIT - SECONDS
- MINUTES
- NO
- YES
NONE
0
0
NO
SECONDS
It allows you to change the unit of measurement for the time set in F 30
(1÷255 sec.), because turning car light off and on too frequently is not correct and
255 seconds could not be enough.
F 49
STAND-BY TIME
1 ÷ 255 minutes
0
Allows controlling system's stand-by state.
If the time is different from 0, when it elapses, in the absence of calls, with the car
stopped and no particular circumstances are present such as INSPECTON,
EMERGENCY, FIRE-FIGHTERS OPERATION…, output SBY is disabled.
This output can be used to control the contactor that deactivates three-phase
power supply to the entire panel and opens the safety series SC1, thus without
losing car position.
If a call button or command is activated, SBY output is immediately activated,
bringing the board in normal operating condition.
F 50
RELEVELING
MAX. TRAVEL TIME
0 ÷ 255 sec.
IMPORTANT
The functions with gray background are not implemented in this version of ELEMPU.
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7.6 - SETTINGS
This functionality is not implemented in this version of the ELEMPU board.
7.7 - TEST
This feature allows you to perform a check on the outputs of ELEMPU boards, contact SMS for further
information.
8 – EXAMPLES OF DIAGRAMS
In this chapter are given a few examples of diagrams:
8.1
- A.P.B. OPERATION – 2 SPEEDS
8.2
- A.P.B. OPERATION – HYDRAULIC
8.3
- FULL COLLECTIVE OPERATION – WITH TAKEDO-3VF NXP DRIVE
We have chosen to describe the doors motor, three-phase 125Vac, 50Hz type and an operating voltage of
48Vdc, but other solutions are also available, provided that they are compatible with the ELECTRICAL
SPECIFICATIONS outlined in Chapter 3 of this Manual.
As a general rule, it is recommended to ALWAYS connect in parallel to the coils of relays, contactors,
electromagnets, external to the board, a device for protection against surges, i.e. DIODES in the presence of
DC voltage or directed voltage, or VARISTORS or RC FILTERS when it is important to quickly deenergize
the equipment or in the presence of AC voltage.
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8.1 - EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM A.P.B. OPERATION – 2 SPEEDS
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8.1.1 – SWITCHES AND MAGNETS FOR TRACTION LIFT SYSTEMS
ULS, DLS
Top and bottom floor
limit switches
USS
Up Stop Switch
(Down Slowing-down)
DSS
Down Stop Switch
(Up Slowing-down)
X1 = Up Slowing-down space
X2 = Up Stop space
Y1 = Down Slowing-down space
Y2 = Down Stop space
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8.2.1 – SWITCHES AND MAGNETS FOR HYDRAULIC LIFT SYSTEM
Compared to the traction lift systems (see Fig. 9), an added switch is needed, for the control of the releveling
zone through a safety circuit (IZS).
This switch must have an N.O. contact (closed at floor).
ULS, DLS
Top and bottom floor
limit switches
USS
Up Stop Switch
(Down Slowing-down)
DSS
Down Stop Switch
(Up Slowing-down)
IZS
Door zone switch
X1 = Up Slowing-down space
X2 = Up Stop space
Y1 = Down Slowing-down space
Y2 = Down Stop space
Fig. 12
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8.3 - EXAMPLE OF DIAGRAM FULL COLLECTIVE OPERATION –
WITH TAKEDO-3VF NXP DRIVE
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9 – DIMENSIONS AND FASTENING
For further clarifications and suggestions please contact:
SMS SISTEMI e MICROSISTEMI s.r.l. (SASSI HOLDING group)
Via Guido Rossa, 46/48/50 Loc. Crespellano 40053 Valsamoggia BO - ITALY
Phone: +39 051 969037 Fax : +39 051 969303 Technical Support: +39 051 6720710
E-mail: [email protected] website : www.sms-lift.com
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