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MPU CONSOLE

F04

Drive Type

READY

2 Speed

ready run fault

USER MANUAL

1

REL.

24-03-2005

DATE Verification and Approval R.T.

CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION..................................................................................Page 3

2 WARNINGS .........................................................................................Page 3

3 SETTINGS OF THE MPU BOARD ......................................................Page 3

4 CONNECTING THE PROGRAMMER TO THE CARD ........................Page 4

5 DESCRIPTION OF KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY .................................Page 4

6 DEVICE OPERATION..........................................................................Page 5

ECO-MPU: Automatic Push Button (maximum 8 stops)

Table 4 : PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS.......................................Page

Table 5 : ALARM CODES .................................................................Page

7

7

MPU-2: A.P.B,SIMPLEX DOWN,SIMPLEX FULL or MULTIPLEX

Table 6 : PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS.......................................Page 8

Table 7 : ALARM CODES .................................................................Page 9

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1 – INTRODUCTION

The MPU-CONSOLE is composed by a keyboard and a display that allows the setting of lift data on MPU cards and allows access to diagnostics for alarms occurred during operation, which are saved on the control card.

The MPU-CONSOLE is protected by a personal access code without which it is impossible to enter any programmer function.

2 – WARNINGS

Read every part of this manual before powering up the device. Follow the start-up procedure step by step to avoid damaging the programmer or the control card.

Use MPU CONSOLE only connecting it to MPU board.

VERY IMPORTANT: Don’t’ use MPU CONSOLE for Takedo ® 3VF NX (even if the look the same), otherwise you would not be able to use it on MPU after.

On boards MPU 2 different keyboard can be used:

MPU PROGRAMMER (old type), or MPU CONSOLE (new type).

The 2 keyboards have different supplies and connection, pIs read carefully the following paragraph to set the MPU board properly.

ANY WRONG SETTING ON THE MPU BOARD WILL CAUSE IRREPARABLE DAMAGE ON

MPU CONSOLE.

Before connecting up the keyboard, make sure that the board is NOT supplied.

3 – SETTINGS OF THE MPU BOARD

ECO-MPU MPU-2

MPU-CONSOLE : Solder point SP1 in position 1 MPU-CONSOLE : Solder point SP2 in position 1

MPU-PROGRAMMER : Solder point SP1 in position 2 + fitting cod. 302.06.ADAT1

MPU-PROGRAMMER : Solder point SP2 in position 2 + fitting cod. 302.06.ADAT1

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4 – CONNECTING THE KEYBOARD TO THE CARD

1- Before connecting the programmer, make sure that the lift is stopped at level with empty car, and that anyone can get in; disconnect supply to the board MPU and to the top of safety chain, opening the automatic switch.

2- Now connect the keyboard to the board: insert the cable supplied by SMS with DB9 male connector into the corresponding DB9 female connector on the card. Please check the correct presetting of the board according to the instruction in section 3.

3- Supply MPU board and proceed programming lift data as described in section 6.

4- Once you have finished programming, turn off power supply, disconnect the programmer and power up the board and the close the automatic switch again: the lift will make a reset operation and will be then ready for normal operation.

5 – DESCRIPTION OF KEYBOARD AND DISPLAY

The device consists of a liquid crystal display, 9 keys and 3 LED which allow lift parameters to visualized and modified. Keys and LED are described in the following Tables 1 and 2.

KEY FUNCTION

ARROW UP It skips to next function or increase the value of the selected parameter .

ARROW DOWN

ARROW LEFT

ARROW RIGHT

ENTER

RESET

SELECT

It skips to the previous function or decrease the value of the selected parameter.

It cancels a modification done before entering ENTER , moves the cursor to the left on the desired digit for a modification .

It starts a parameter modification, moves the cursor on the desired digit for a modification.

It confirms the value of the parameter just modified.

It resets alarms and contactors.

It allows moving from one parameter to another (functions, alarms, contactors, access)

START

STOP

LED

READY

RUN

FAULT

Pushing it together with UP ARROW it increases of 10 the digit of the function.

Pushing it together with DOWN ARROW it decreases of 10 the digit of the function.

NOT USED

Table 1

OPERATION

It is on when the right access code is entered.

NOT USED.

It is on during alarm display, if any.

Table 2

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5 – DEVICE OPERATION

The data displayed on MPU CONSOLE are divided in 4 menus, which can be selected with key SELECT and identified by the first letter at left top of the display. This letter means:

A: Access menu – It allows the modification of the personal access code, and the language of the display.

F: Functions menu – It allows the modification of lift data.

E: Faults menu – It allows the display and reset faults occurred in the lift.

C: Counter menu – It allows the display of information about lift operation.

6.1 – Setting access data

6.1.1 – Access with personal code

When turning on the programming keyboard you will read on the left top of display A01, in the central line under it you will read “Access Code 1” and in the bottom line it is shown a 8 digit flashing code

“00000000”.

To modify lift data you need to know your personal access code.

This code is made by 8 digits from 0 to 9.

SMS supplies MPU boards with Access Code=00000000.

Enter your personal Access Code by means of the arrow-keys as described in Table 1.

If you enter the wrong code, after confirming it with ENTER, this will keep on flashing on the display until you enter it right.

If you enter the right code the display will show F01, it will be now possible to modify the lift data. Lift operation are disabled until man disconnect MPU CONSOLE.

Pressing SELECT key until A01 is shown; it is now possible to modify your personal access code.

6.1.2 – Language choice

MPU CONSOLE allows the language choice: Italian and English are both available, and can be set in A02.

6.2 – Modifying and displaying the lift parameters

The lift parameters are shown on the display by the letter “F” followed by two digits from 01 to nn, which are listed in Tables 4 and 6 (according to the type of board and application).

To select the different parameters press the ARROW UP key (to increase the index of the parameter) or

ARROW DOWN key (to decrease the index of the parameter). For example, if the display shows “F05” , to select “F03” you simply press ARROW DOWN twice and to select “F08” simply press ARROW UP three times.

It is possible to skip 10 values at once, with key START + ARROW UP if you like to increase it, or with

START + ARROW DOWN if you like to decrease it.

To modify the selected parameter, proceed as follows:

♦ When the display shows Fxx, pressing ARROW RIGHT the current value of the parameter will be flashing.

♦ ARROW DOWN and ARROW UP keys decrease or increase the value of the parameter.

♦ With keys ARROW LEFT and ARROW RIGHT man can place on the following or previous digit of the parameter, if it is a numeric function.

♦ Once the required value has reached, press ENTER to save it; while pressing ARROW LEFT will exit without saving the value.

6.3 – Alarm codes

Lift alarms are shown on the display with letter “E”, followed by 2 digits (from 01 to nn).

They can by displayed and reset only.

To view these alarms press SELECT until letter “E” followed by a number on the top angle of the display is shown.

The first page of the alarms displays “E00” followed by “Total alarms” and by the total number of faults which have occurred. To view which type of fault has occurred, press key ARROW RIGHT.

If no faults are present, the display reads “Total alarms” followed by “0”.

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If one or more alarms are present, the letter “E” followed by a number showing the numerical code of the alarm, will appear. The different alarm codes are listed in Table 5 and 7, according to type of board and application.

When the alarm numerical code consists of 4 digits, the first two digits after the “E” specify the type of fault and the last two digits specify the floor at which the fault has occurred.

Example: E0207 Car doors not closed or landing doors not locked, at floor 07

E06 Reset operation not completed

♦ The bottom line of the display indicates the nr. times the failure has occurred.

♦ Press ARROW UP to skip to next fault. If no other fault is present, it will go back to the first fault.

♦ To cancel all the faults, press RESET.

6.4 – Information on lift operation

There are 4 counters which supply information regarding lift operation.

To display the counters press SELECT until “C” followed by a digit at the top angle of the display is shown.

The counters which can be displayed are:

C 01 Number of up run

C 02 Number of down run

C 03 Number of door opening

C 04 Number of door closing

Table 3

For example selecting C02, the number of down runs performed by the lift can be displayed.

The number is updated any 100 runs, so the minimum value displayed different from zero is 100.

▪ To reset the counter press RESET.

For further clarification and advice contact:

SMS SISTEMI e MICROSISTEMI s.r.l. (Gruppo SASSI HOLDING)

Cap. Soc. 260.000 i.v.

Via Guido Rossa, 46/48/50 40056 Crespellano BO

R.E.A 272354 CF - Reg. Imprese Bo 03190050371 P.IVA IT 00601981202

Tel. : +39 051 969037 Fax : +39 051 969303 Technical Service: +39 051 6720710

Web : www.sms.bo.it

E-mail : [email protected]

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Table 4 : PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS FOR ECO-MPU: Automatic Push Button Lift (max 8 STOPS)

FUNCTION

F 01

F 04

F 24

F 25

F 26

F 27

F 28

F 29

F 30

F 32

F 33

F 34

F 36

F 37

F 16

F 17

F 18

F 19

F 20

F 21

F 22

F 23

F 05

F 06

F 09

F 10

F 12

F 13

F 14

F 38

DESCRIPTION

TOP FLOOR

DRIVE TYPE

DOOR TYPE

DOOR CONDITION AT FLOOR

INSPECTION SPEED

DOOR IN FORCED CLOSING

THERMISTOR ALARM RESET

AUTOMATIC RETURN (only for TRACTION LIFT)

AUTOMATIC FLOOR RETURN (only for TRACTION LIFT)

STOP DELAY TIME

CONTACTOR OPENING DELAY TIME

EMERGENCY STOP DELAY TIME

RETIRING CAM FALL DELAY TIME

DOOR OPENING START DELAY TIME

EMERGENCY MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME

DOOR OPENING TIME

DOOR CLOSING TIME

TRAVEL TIME IN HIGH SPEED

TRAVEL TIME IN LOW SPEED

STARTING DELAY TIME

CAR OCCUPIED TIME

AUTOMATIC RETURN ACTIVATION DELAY TIME

GONG ACTIVE TIME

CAR FAN OR LIGHT TIME

TYPE OF SWITCHES FOR SELECTOR CONTROL

THERMISTOR ALARM ACTIVATION

PHASE CONTROL ALARM

EMERGENCY FLOOR

CONTACTOR CONTROL INPUT OPERATING (RC)

CONTACTOR CONTROL FOR HYDRAULIC LIFTS

POSSIBLE VALUES

1 ÷ 7

0=1SPEED; 1=2SPEED; 2=ACVV; 3=VVVF; 4=HYDRAULIC

0=MANUAL; 1=SEMIAUTOMATIC; 2=AUTOMATIC

0= DOORS CLOSED; 1= DOORS OPENED

0=HIGH; 1=LOW

0=NO; 1=YES

0= MANUAL; 1= AUTOMATIC

0=NO; 1=YES

0 ÷ 7

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

1 ÷ 15 MINUTS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 45 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 45 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 15 MINUTS ± 1

0.1 ÷ 3.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

1 ÷ 255 SECONDS ± 1

0=NC CONTACT; 1=NO CONTACT

0=AT RUN END; 1=IMMEDIATE STOPPING

0=UNABLE ; 1=DISABLE

0 ÷ 7

0=ACTIVE HIGH; 1=ACTIVE LOW

0=ACTIVE CONTROL EITHER UP OR DOWN;

1=ACTIVE CONTROL ONLY DOWN

E 14

E 15

E 16

E 17

E 18

E 20

E 21

Table 5: Alarms code for ECO-MPU : Automatic Push Button Lifts (8 STOPS max)

ALARM CODE

E 01

MEANING COUNTING OF ( MAX 31 )

E 02.(from 00 to 07)

E 03.(from 00 to 07)

E 04

E 05.(from 00 to 07)

E 06

E 07

E 08

E 09

E 10

E 11

E 12

E 13

INCORRECT PHASE SEQUENCE OR A PHASE LACKING

CAR DOORS NOT CLOSED OR LANDING DOORS NOT LOCKED, at FLOOR from 0 to 07

MOTOR CONTACTORS DO NOT ENERGIZE, at FLOOR from 0 to 07

TDC INPUT NOT CLOSED (from ACVV regulator)

CAR FAILED TO LEAVE, at FLOOR from 0 to 07

RESET OPERATION NOT COMPLETED

DOOR CLOSING TIMER ELAPSED

DOOR OPENING TIMER ELAPSED

HIGH SPEED TRAVEL TIME ELAPSED

LOW SPEED TRAVEL TIME ELAPSED

RE-LEVELLING TRAVEL TIME ELAPSED

CONTACTORS OPENING FAILURE

LIMIT SWITCH (ULS, DLS) OR SELECTOR SWITCH (USS, DSS)

OPERATION NOT CORRECT

OVER-TRAVEL

THERMISTOR MOTOR PROTECTION TRIPPED

EXTERNAL ALARM 1

EXTERNAL ALARM 2

NO OPERATING VOLTAGE

PHOTOCELL DARKENED FOR MORE THAN 20 SEC.

NO AUTOMATIC RETURN (HYDRAULIC)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NO

NO

NO

YES

YES

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

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Table 6 : PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS FOR MPU-2

Note :

Fmax = 15 for A.P.B. software and automatic push button operation

Fmax = 08 for A.P.B. software and simplex down operation

Fmax = 27 for MUX software (simplex full or multiplex)

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION POSSIBLE VALUES

F 01

F 02

F 03

F 04

F 05

F 06

F 07

F 08

(from 00 to Fmax)

F 09

F 10

F 11

F 20

F 21

F 22

F 23

F 24

F 25

F 26

F 27

F 12

F 13

F 14

F 15

F 16

F 17

F 18

F 19

F 28

F 29

F 30

F 31

F 32

F 33

F 34

F 35

F 36

F 37

F 38

F 39

F 40

F 41

F 42

TOP FLOOR

MAIN FLOOR

LIFT OPERATION

DRIVE TYPE

DOOR TYPE

DOOR CONDITION AT FLOOR

NUMBER OF CAR ENTRANCES

DOOR OPENING SIDE from 00 to Fmax

INSPECTION SPEED

FORCED DOOR CLOSING DURING RUN

LANDING CALL CANCELLATION

THERMISTOR ALARM RESET

AUTOMATIC RETURN (only for TRACTION LIFT)

AUTOMATIC FLOOR RETURN (only for TRACTION LIFT)

VIP CALL FLOOR

STOP DELAY TIME

CONTACTOR OPENING DELAY TIME

EMERGENCY STOP DELAY TIME

RETIRING CAM FALL DELAY TIME

DOOR OPENING START DELAY TIME

EMERGENCY MAXIMUM TRAVEL TIME

DOOR OPENING TIME

DOOR CLOSING TIME

TRAVEL TIME IN HIGH SPEED

TRAVEL TIME IN LOW SPEED

STARTING DELAY TIME

CAR OCCUPIED TIME

AUTOMATIC RETURN ACTIVATION DELAY TIME

GONG ACTIVATION TIME

CAR FAN OR LIGHT TIME

SELECTOR TYPE

TYPE OF SWITCHES FOR SELECTOR CONTROL

THERMISTOR ALARM ACTIVATION

PHASE CONTROL ALARM

NEXT CAR LEAVING DIRECTION SIGNAL

EMERGENCY FLOOR

CONTACTOR CONTROL INPUT OPERATING (RC)

CONTACTOR CONTROL FOR HYDRAULIC LIFTS

NUMBER OF LIFTS OF THE GROUP

LIFT IDENTIFYING NUMBER

ZONE TIMEOUT

EARLY DOOR OPENING

1 ÷ Fmax

0 ÷ Fmax

0=A.P.B.; 1=SIMPLEX FULL;

2=MULTIPLEX; 3=SIMPLEX DOWN

0=1SPEED; 1=2SPEED; 2=ACVV; 3=VVVF; 4=HYDRAULIC

0=MANUAL; 1=SEMIAUTOMATIC; 2=AUTOMATIC

0= DOORS CLOSED; 1= DOORS OPENED

1 or 2

0= NONE; 1= SIDE 1; 2=SIDE 2;

3= SIMULTANEOUS; 4=SELECTIVE (see NOTE 1).

0=LOW; 1=HIGH

0=NO; 1=YES

0=SELECTIVE; 1=SIMULTANEOUS

Used only for MUX Software

0=MANUAL; 1=AUTOMATIC

0=NO; 1=YES

0 ÷ Fmax

0 ÷ Fmax

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

0.0 ÷ 2.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

1 ÷ 15 MINUTES ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 45 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 45 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 60 SECONDS ± 1

1 ÷ 15 MINUTES ± 1

0.1 ÷ 3.0 SECONDS ± 0.1

1 ÷ 255 SECONDS ± 1

0 NOT USED

0=NC CONTACT; 1=NO CONTACT

0=AT RUN END; 1=IMMEDIATE STOPPING

0=UNABLE ; 1=DISABLE

0=OFF DURING RUN; 1= ON DURING RUN

Used only for SIMPLEX DOWN or MUX Software

0 ÷ Fmax

0=ACTIVE HIGH; 1=ACTIVE LOW

0=ACTIVE CONTROL EITHER UP OR DOWN;

1=ACTIVE CONTROL ONLY DOWN

0=SIMPLEX; 1=DUPLEX;

2=TRIPLEX; 3= QUADRUPLEX

0=SIMPLEX or CAR 1; 1=CAR 2;

2=CAR 3; 3=CAR 4

Used only for

MUX Software

1 ÷ 5 MINUTES ± 1

0=DISABLED; 1=ENABLED

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Table 7: Alarms code for MPU-2

Note :

Fmax = 15 for A.P.B. software and automatic push button operation

Fmax = 08 for A.P.B. software and simplex down operation

Fmax = 27 for MUX software (simplex full or multiplex)

ALARM CODE MEANING

E 01

E 02.(from 00 to Fmax)

INCORRECT PHASE SEQUENCE OR A PHASE LACKING

CAR DOORS NOT CLOSED OR LANDING DOORS NOT LOCKED, at FLOOR from 0 to Fmax

E 03.(from 00 to Fmax) MOTOR CONTACTORS DO NOT ENERGIZE, at FLOOR from 0 to Fmax

E 04 TDC INPUT NOT CLOSED (from ACVV regulator)

E 05.(from 00 to Fmax) CAR FAILED TO LEAVE, at FLOOR from 0 to Fmax

E 06

E 07

E 08

E 09

E 10

RESET OPERATION NOT COMPLETED

DOOR CLOSING TIMER ELAPSED

DOOR OPENING TIMER ELAPSED

HIGH SPEED TRAVEL TIME ELAPSED

E 11

E 12

E 13

LOW SPEED TRAVEL TIME ELAPSED

RE-LEVELLING TRAVEL TIME ELAPSED

CONTACTORS OPENING FAILURE

LIMIT SWITCH (ULS, DLS) OR SELECTOR SWITCH (USS, DSS)

OPERATION NOT CORRECT

OVER-TRAVEL E 14

E 15

E 16

E 17

THERMISTOR MOTOR PROTECTION TRIPPED

EXTERNAL ALARM 1

E 18

E 20

E 21

EXTERNAL ALARM 2

NO OPERATING VOLTAGE

PHOTOCELL DARKENED FOR MORE THAN 20 SEC.

NO AUTOMATIC RETURN (HYDRAULIC)

COUNTING OF ( MAX 31 )

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NO

NO

NO

YES

YES

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NOTE 1 :

The floor SELECTIVE OPENING is possible only for Automatic Push Button operation.

If a floor SELECTIVE OPENING is programmed, it means that for that floor two different calls are possible, one to open the side 1 doors, and the other to open the side 2 doors.

Selective opening can be programmed for only one floor or for more floors, up to 8 as maximum.

The call push-buttons corresponding to side 1 opening have to be connected normally from R0 forward, such as the push-button calls of floors with none selective opening selected. The only push-buttons corresponding to side 2 opening have to be connected from R15 back, connecting to R15 the lowest floor.

EXAMPLE:

Lift system with 6 stops, 2 car entrances, and SELECTIVE OPENING at floors 2 and 4.

SIDE 1 5

4

3

2

1

0

SIDE 2

The call push-button have to be connected in this way:

0

1

→ R0

→ R1

2 – side1 → R2

3 → R3

4 – side1 → R4

5 → R5

4 – side2 → R14

2 – side2 → R15

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