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Warnings and Cautions


This section provides warning and cautions pertinent to this product that if not heeded, may result in personal injury, fatality, or equipment damage. We are not responsible for consequences of ignoring these instructions

CAUTION
Please dont forget that safety is the most important thing during installation, every work team must specially identified a person which is responsible for safety before installation. Please dont forget to wear safety helmet, work clothes and safety shoes once you enter the job side. While working on the scaffold, the workers must be careful to move up and down. Every floor of the scaffold should have been equipped with a steel pipe centrally and 2 layers of step panel. Unless there are some protective measures already exist, the workers must wear safety belt and tied it firmly on a fixed object when they are working over 2 meters high. While removing the scaffold, dont forget to eliminate or curve the nails which be nailed on the wooden panel. Two lifelines should be hanged and on the top of hoistway, and should be fixed on a strong enough bracket. Before installation of landing door, a protective fence with at least 1 meter high and striking caution mark should be put in front of concrete opening, the bottom of protective fence must be fixed with a washboard which it is about 150mm height. Two or more operations in same hoistway but on different plane sections will be forbidden. Keep clean around your working area anytime, in order to prevent you from hurt which comes from trip, impact, and so on. A safety protection must be taken in machine room for the purpose of avoiding something dropping to hoistway from concrete opening. Keep the hoistway lightening enough while you are working inside.

WARNING
When some flammable, explosible, harmful liquid being used during installation, please keep ventilated, and kindling will be strictly forbidden. Before using electric tools, please make sure that there is a reliable earth line with power supply, and a protector for creepage, and also please do not use these tools in water or wet circumstance. Gas cutting device must be placed properly in a safe place with a mark No Smoking and some fire fighting devices. The safety distance between Oxygen and Acetylene bottles is Min. 7m, and both of them must be located far away from kindling at least 10m. Climbing and sliding down on cable, wire, guide rail, and compensation chain will be strictly forbidden.

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1 Preparation before installation.4
1.1 Hoistway and machine room checking......4 1.2 Open packing cases and check all components.....4 1.3 Requirement of conveying and storing all components....4 1.4 Check guide rails and revamp it if there is any damnification..5 1.5 Check formal or temporary power supply.....5 1.6 Build up scaffold for installation...5

2 Installation....9
2.1 Make the template frame and locate the plumb line.......9 2.2 Installation of guide rails and rail brackets.....13 2.3 Installation of guide rails....14 2.4 Installation and adjustment of traction machine.....16 2.5 Installation of landing door.........22 2.6 Installation of cabin frame and attached components ........28 2.7 Installation of the cabin.......31 2.8 Installation of the counterweight frame.......32 2.9 Installation of the buffer...32 2.10 Installation of the suspending device.....34 2.11 Installation of the door operator, car door and attached components....36 2.12 Installation of the speed governor..44 2.13 Installation of the electric system...45

3 Commissioning .....50
3.1 Door operator commissioning......50 3.2 Control system commissioning....63 3.2.1 Summary.....63 3.2.2 Control System Function........64 3.2.3 Control System Combination and Installation....69 3.2.4 LCD Display and Parameter Operation..81 3.2.5 Windows operation.....90 3.2.6 System Debugging and Running..114

4 Maintenance ....120
4.1 General provisions..120 4.2 Regulations of safe operation .....120 4.3 The management of machine room and well..121 4.4 Processing in emergency ...122 4.4.1 Operation in emergency ....122 4.4.2 Emergency electrical operation, emergency rescue, speed governor test for machine room-less (MRL) elevator..122 4.5 Details of maintenance124 4.5.1 Precautions of maintenance..124
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4.5.2 Maintenance of control system......124 4.5.3Examination of weighting device125 4.5.4 Examination of traction machine ..125 4.5.5 Examination of speed governor.126 4.5.6 Check and adjust the elevator door and the automatic mechanism126 4.5.7 Examination of safety gears...127 4.5.8 Examination of guide rails and guide shoes..127 4.5.9 Examination of buffers..127 4.5.10 Examination of mechanical and electric device of landing door.127 4.5.11 Examination of hoist rope.128 4.5.12 Examination of compensating device..128 4.5.13 Examination of traveling cable.128 4.5.14 Counterweight..128 4.5.15 Hoistway cleaning...129 4.5.16 Check all hasps, trunking, and connection box129 Appendix 1YASKAWA G7A Inverter Experienced Parameter Setting Table..120 Appendix 2 SIEI Inverter (For Gearless) Experienced Parameter Setting Table.....132 Appendix 2 System Troubleshooting138 Appendix 3 Troubleshooting while Hoistway Learning...140

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1. Preparation before installation
1.1 Hoistway and machine room checking In order to install the elevator favorably, during preparation, it is required to check the dimension of hoistway and machine room (except machine roomless elevator), and then compare the data with drawing, it will help you to find the problem previously, and solve it in time. According with the stipulation of item No.7.1 of the standard GB/T 7025.1-1997, the plane dimension of hoistway shall be the Min. net dimension which measured by way of plumb bob, and the tolerance on vertical direction of hoistways wall shall be as follows: 0~+25mm for hoistway with the traveling height H 30m 0~+35mm for hoistway with the traveling height 30m<H 60m 0~+50mm for hoistway with the traveling height 60m<H 90m
1.1.1 Check the net dimension of hoistway width and depth, pit depth, overhead height, landing door concrete opening without plumb bob on the top and bottom of hoistway, and compare the data with drawing to confirm whether there is wrong or not. Check the position of concrete opening on the ground of machine room (except machine roomless elevator) to confirm whether there is wrong or not. Check and clean up the carry-over of hoistway such as sundries, seeper and template etc. which be left in hoistway in terms of constructing.

1.1.2 1.1.3

1.2 Open packing cases and check all components 1.2.1 Find and confirm a place or warehouse to store the material and equipment of installation. 1.2.2 The buyer shall be responsible for opening cases, and checking the components one by one according with the packing list, furthermore writing a note if there is some components lack. 1.2.3 Check the dimension of cabin and counterweight assembly, and compare the data such as the cabin DBG, the counterweight DBG, and the distance between the center of cabin guide and the center of counterweight guide with the hoistway layout drawing to confirm whether there is wrong or antinomy or not. 1.2.4 Check the plumb line distance between the outer edges of traction sheave and deflecting sheave, it shall comply the layout drawing. 1.2.5 Check the DBG and solve the possible problem earlier. During components checking, if there is any problem in quality or quantity, it is required to make a formal report to demonstrate it. 1.3 Requirement of conveying and storing all components 1.3.1 Machine, deflecting sheave, controller box and supporting beam shall be put into the machine room (except machine roomless elevator) 1.3.2 Components of cabin shall be put on the overhead floor. 1.3.3 Counterweight, buffer and guide rail shall be put on lowest floor. 1.3.4 Landing door device shall be put on every floor correspondingly. It is better to be put into a warehouse if possible. 1.3.5 The other components shall be stored in warehouse of job side, it is required to pay more attention to the components which are easier deformed such as guide rail, door panel, fan, etc. these components shall be put flatly and underlay solidly.
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1.4 Check guide rails and revamp it if there is any damnification Cabin and counterweight guide rails shall be eligible in linearity, symmetry, and thickness which are measured by quality department with expert instruments, because that it will be directly related to the installing precision of guide rails and the running quality, it is the most important step of elevator installation. 1.4.1 Check the joint of cabin and counterweight guide rails carefully, revamp it with a file and clean it out if there is any burr and feculence on the guide rails. 1.4.2 If there is a small step on the rail joint which is larger than 0.05mm, you can adjust the arranging order of every rail joint to reduce the warp to the minimum. 1.4.3 Cleanout all the cabin and counterweight guide rails which were eligible after checking, furthermore arrange them as per male to female and mark them with paint. 1.4.4 After revamping and arranging all the guide rails, find a clean place to put them flatly with some wooden pieces underlay; and prevent them from any impact with other object; and then cover them with a sailcloth to prevent them from mud or other feculence. 1.5 Check formal or temporary power supply 1.5.1 Check the power supply, ask your clients to provide a formal power supply if there is a temporary power supply when you are going to install the elevator. 1.5.2 Check the specification of wires, cables of elevator power supply and other circuit, it shall comply the requirement of drawings, wire N of power supply shall be eligible. 1.5.3 The power supply for installation shall be equipped a expert breaker box with warning mark, every circuit shall be with short and overload protection device, and the electric tools shall be with suitable creepage protection device. 1.5.4 The power supply of machine room (except machine room elevator) must be controlled by a switch located on where can be operated conveniently, so as to switching off it quickly once emergency occurs. 15.5 When one machine room is for two or above elevators, every elevator shall be with its own power supply individually, not being mixed. 1.6 Build up scaffold for installation. The scaffold shall be built up by expert work team; the drawing which is provided to the scaffold builder shall pay attention to the requirements as follows: 1.6.1 Before building the scaffold, the hoistway layout and installation drawings shall be referenced to confirm every components location in hoistway and operating space when being installation; for example, the location of cabin and counterweight guide rails, the operating space of guide rail bracket, the location and the relative space of over speed governors rope, landing doors, ducts, Mid. Junction box, etc, anyway, all factors above shall be considered when you confirming the layout of scaffold. (See figure 1-1, 1-2, 1-2a, 1-3, 1-4) 1.6.2 The scaffold shall be built with steel tube and tube clamp, and the allowable load of footplate shall not be less than 250kg/. 1.6.3 The top of scaffold pillar is better 1.5m~1.7m away from the top of hoistway, so as to locate the template frame stably.
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Hiostway Counterweight guide rail Car guide rail Scaffold
400 400 350

350

Figure 1-1 Counterweight is behind of cabin


1.6.4 For installing the elevator conveniently, the distance between every layer of scaffold beam is better 1.6m~1.9m, furthermore better to put 2~3 beams for climbing inside this distance, and better to put the footplates upon every layer of scaffold with 2/3 area of its plane section to prevent workers from falling danger.

Hoistway
400 750

Counterweight guide rail Cabin guide rail Scaffold

350

Figure 1-2 Counterweight is side of cabin


1.6.5 The end of footplate shall be extended out 150mm~200mm of scaffold beam, and be enlaced stably on the beam with No.8 zincification steel wire.

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Figure 1-2a For machine room-less elevator (MRL)

Scaffold beam Beam for climbing

Scaffold pillar Figure 1-3 Overhead vertical section of scaffold

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1600-1900

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Scaffold beam Beam for climbing

600

Pit

Scaffold pillar Figure 1-4 Pit vertical section

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2.1 Make the template frame and locate the plumb line. 2.1.1 Make the template frame. 2.1.1.1 Making the template frame shall be according to the hoistway layout. (Please see figure 2-1, 2-2 2-2a for the details)

Figure 2-1 Template plane layout (counterweight is behind of cabin)

Figure 2-2 Template plane layout (counterweight is side of cabin) Symbol explanation of Figure 2-1, 2-2 1plumb line 2centre line of counterweight 3centre line of cabin frame 4connective iron nails 5centre line of cabin frame (Y axial) Acabin width Bcabin depth Cdistance between counterweight guide rail brackets Ddistance between the centre lines of cabin and counterweight frame Edistance between the centre line of cabin frame and the back edge of cabin bottom Fdoor net width Gdistance between cabin guide rail brackets Heccentric distance between cabin and counterweight.
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Figure 2-2a Template plane layout for Machine room-less elevator


1. Net width of landing door 2. Car DBG 3. C/W DBG 4. Distance between landing door and hoistway front wall 5. Distance between landing door and car DBG center line 6. Hoistway net depth 7.Distance between car center and C/W center (axis Y) 8. Distance between car center and C/W center (axis X) 9. Adjust line to guide rail front face 10. Adjust line to guide rail side face 11. Distance between 2 holes of guide rail bracket 12. Hoistway net width A: Template frame for car B: Template frame for landing door C: Template frame for C/W D: Frame E: Angle iron F Adjust line (side) G: Adjust line (front) H: Adjust line for guide rail bracket L: Hilti bolts

2.1.1.2 The material of template frame shall be wood which is combined by iron nails, or angle bar which is combined by welding; as an example, making the wooden template frame shall be described here. 2.1.1.3 The wooden bar shall be dry, ametabolic with four smooth surface which are vertical each other; the size of its section is shown in Table 2-1 Table 2-1 Sizes of the wooden bar Travelingm Thickness(mm) Width (mm 20 40 80 >20 50 100 2.1.1.4 Some important size lines shall be marked on the template frame such as cabin centre line, door centre line, door net width line, guide rail centre line etc, and the position error of each line should be no more than 0.5mm.
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2.1.1.4.1 According to the requirements of hoistway layout drawing, the distance between cabin guide rail brackets which is shown in Figure 2-1 shall be equal to the distance between cabin guide rails plus twice of guide rail height in section and furthermore plus 24mm redundancy for adjustment; and the distance between counterweight guide rail brackets which is shown in Figure 2-1 shall be equal to the distance between cabin guide rails plus twice of guide rail height in section and furthermore plus 24mm redundancy for adjustment (see Figure 2-3)

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Figure 2-3 1- guide rail bracket 2-guide rail 3-safety gear frame 5-upright beam of cabin frame

4-down beam of cabin

2.1.1.4.2 Cut a kerf with the saw at each mark on template frame and hammer a nail nearby, for the purpose of hanging plumb lines (see Figure 2-4).
3 2 1
A B

Figure 2-4 A-width 1-plumb line 3-nail B-thickness 2-kerf

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2.1.2 Locate the template frame and hang the plumb lines. 2.1.2.1 Make 4 square holes with the size 150mm150mm, which are on a horizontal section with where the distance is 500~600mm from the top of hoistway, and put 2 wooden beams with the size 100mm100mm inside the holes, for the purpose of supporting the template frame. (See Figure 2-5)

1 2 3
500~600

Support the tem plate w ith angle iron

Figure.2-5 Template frame layout 1-- Machine room floor 2-Template frame 3-wooden beam 4-Iron nails

2.1.2.2 Support the template frame by angle iron with which the size is 66363(mm), and fix the angle irons on hoistway wall with M16 hilti bolts (See Figure 2-5). 2.1.2.3 Put the template frame horizontally on wooden beams with which the horizontal deviation is Max. 2/1000; and hang the plumb lines with which the material is thin steel wire (0.5~0.7mm) on the template, the specific position is the marked kerf that shown in Figure 2-3, Figure 2-4, the plump lines should be put from the template frame to the bottom of pit, and should be hung a plumb bob on the down end of plumb lines. 2.1.2.4 Pay attention to the following steps while you locate the template frame: 2.1.2.4.1 Select the concrete opening of landing door as the datum surface, move back and forth, measure the minimum distance between the concrete opening and the landing door datum lines, and this distance must comply with the requirements of hoistway layout drawing, furthermore, the two landing door datum lines should be approximately parallel to the outside wall. 2.1.2.4.2 Adjust the position of template frame left and right and keep the both side distances between guide rail bracket and hoistway wall in accordance, furthermore it
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is necessary to keep the landing door datum lines and concrete opening in accordance. 2.1.2.4.3 Fix the template frame after confirming that the template frame and plumb lines are on a suitable position of hoistway whether back and forth or left and right. 2.1.2.3 Make a similar template frame and fix it in pit with the distance 800~1000mm from the floor of pit, when every plumb bob from top template frame being stable and also being accordant with every related point on bottom template frame, fix the plumb lines on bottom template frame with the U-nails. Anyway the horizontal deflection between the two template frames shall be Max. 1.0mm. (See Figure 2-6)

Figure.2-6 Template frame in pit 1- pit template frame 2-wooden support 3-plumb bob 4-plumb line 5-U-nail 6-wedge

2.2. Installation of guide rails and rail brackets 2.2.1 Installation of rail brackets 2.1.1.1 Rail brackets being installed by the way of welding on steel panels which preset on the wall of hoistway when concreting. Confirm the exact size of every round of rail bracket according to the guide rail bracket plumb lines which hung on the template frame. Mark a center line and a calibration line on both of top and bottom rail brackets, these two lines should be aim at the plumb lines during the installation of guide rail. (See Figure 2-7) Calibrate the position and level of both of top and bottom rail brackets. On the basis of top and bottom rail bracket, it is necessary to put 2 datum lines for which confirm the distance between the two holes of rail clip bolts so as to install the mid guide rail brackets easily, and in order to make calibration easily, it is necessary to keep a 1.0mm clearance between rail brackets and these two datum lines. (See Figure 2-7) When welding the rail brackets, both two sides need to be welded continuously, and the welding dregs should be cleared away, there should be without false welding
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phenomena, furthermore, the rail brackets should be painted after welding. 2.1.1.2 Install the rail brackets with hilti bolts. Install the rail brackets with hilti bolts only can be used on concrete wall. At the installation position of rail brackets, according to the position which confirmed by plumb lines, drill two 22 holes where both left and right sides are about 110mm apart from the center line, and two same size holes where it is 70mm apart from the center line of the counterweight guide rails; and the tool should be punch drill. Put the M16 hilti bolts into the holes, and the tube of hilti bolt should be embedded into the wall completely, the distance between its round end and the wall surface is about 5mm; and fix the connecting angle iron on the wall with nuts, elastic gaskets and flat gaskets, specific a. The horizontal deviation of the connecting angle iron should be Max. 2/1000. requirements: b. The torque of bolt should be more than 200N. c. Confirm the datum lines and the size of rail brackets according to 2.1.1.1, and weld the rail brackets on connecting angle iron. 2.1.1.3 The horizontal deviation of rail brackets should be less than 5mm, whatever the type
and length are. (See Figure 2-8 a)

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Figure 2-7 h o riz o n ta l lin e 1- Marks for calibration 2-central lines for calibration

Figure 2-8 horizontal deviation of rail bracket a for cabin guide rail b for counterweight guide rail 2.3 Installation of guide rails 2.3.1 Check the work surface of guide rails, and make sure that there is not any concave, burr and bend; Remove the plumb lines of rail brackets, prick up the guide rails one by one from pit, the down end of the first round of guide rails should be put
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on pit floor; Clean out the rail joints and finish its burrs, then connect guide rails with bolts and fishplates firmly, furthermore impact the guide rails into the rail brackets appreciably with rail clips, finally fix them after calibration. 2.3.2 Calibration of guide rails According to the parameters shown in Figure 2-9, suspend the plump lines from top template frame and fix them with the bottom template frame precisely; On the basis of the plumb lines, calibrate the distances between guide rails and the parallelism of the two lines guide rails with a 300mm steel ruler from bottom to top gradually; Screw down the bolts of fishplate one by one, furthermore check the state of rail joints. 2.3.3 Technical requirement of guide rails and rail joints. Figure 2-9 Calibration of cabin rail 2.3.3.1 Adjust the distance between datum line and the top surface of guide rail until it approximates 50mm and the error should be less than 0.5mm (See Figure 2-9). 2.3.3.2 The working surfaces between two guide rails should be parallel, and the error should be Max. 0.3mm. 2.3.3.3 The deflection of the distance (L) (See Figure 2-10) between the top surfaces of two lines guide rails should comply with the regulations on height which are shown in Table 2-2.

Fig. 2-10 distance between Guide rails

Table 2-2
Types of guide rails Max. Deflection

Deflection of D.B.G.
counterweight guide rails + 3 0 + 2 0

Cabin guide rails

2.3.3.4 The bulge at rail joint should be Max. 0.05mm, which can be checked with the feeler leaf when a 300mm steel ruler is leant against the surface of guide rails.(See Figure 2- 11) 2.3.3.5 The vertical deflection of one side guide rails should be less than 0.7mm on every 5m length; furthermore, the mutual deflection on all length should be less than 0.5mm. 2.3.3.6 Finish the bulge at the rail joint on a regulation length 300mm. (See Figure
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2-12)

Figure 2-11

Figure 2-12 the length of finishing at rail joint

2.4 Installation and adjustment of traction machine 2.4.1 Geared machine 2.4.1.1 Measure and confirm the position of supporting beam and machine. 2.4.1.1.1 There is necessary to measure and confirm the position of supporting beam and machine exactly according to the top template frame, the width of supporting beam, and the relative location between traction sheave and deflecting sheave. (See Figure 2-13)

Figure 2-13 confirmation of supporting beam 2.4.1.1.2 Clean the floor of machine room, make sure that there is not any dust and other feculence on the floor; aim at the center of cabin (or C/W) with a plumb bob, then draw a straight line on the floor with a pencil and straight ruler according to the centre line of preform hole, the same as C/W side. Put a plane wooden piece into the preform hole of machine room floor as level as the floor and then draw a straight line on the wooden piece along the line drawn before (the same as C/W side), so the centers of cabin and C/W shall be conformed on wooden pieces, furthermore draw a straight line to connect the two centers with a long ruler, this line shall be the datum
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line which will conform the position of supporting beam, traction sheave and deflecting sheave.(See Figure 2-14)

Figure 2-14 Measurement in machine room

Figure 2-15 Confirmation of supporting beam

2.4.1.1.3 According to the width of supporting beam and the datum line, make a drawing on the floor of machine room to confirm the position of supporting beam. (See Figure 2-15) 2.4.1.2 Installation of supporting beam. Use the I-bar, U-bar and hilti bolts to make the supporting beam. (See Figure 2-16).

Figure 2-16 Supporting beam The beam must be inserted into the wall, and the inserted part must be over the centre line of the section of wall, furthermore the length of inserted part shall be Min. 75mm; and weld the steel panel and the steel bar of concrete together, and keep the level deflection lower than 1/1000 both on landscape orientation and portrait. (See Figure 2-17)

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Figure 2-17

After confirm the position of machine, concrete the bars and wall together. (See Figure 2-18)

Figure 2-18 2.4.1.3 Location of machine. 2.4.1.3.1 Calibrate the deflection of center. (See Figure 2-19)

Figure 2-19 For example, for the traction sheave with 6 grooves, let the plump line cling on the outer edge of sheave (as the center line of steel rope), and let the plumb bobs tine aim at the center point of wooden piece which we mentioned above. The same as the deflection sheave on C/W side. (See Figure 2-20)

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Figure 2-20 2.4.1.3.2 Calibrate the deflection of parallelism. (See Figure 2-21)

Figure 2-21 2.4.1.3.3 Calibrate the verticality, the deflection is Max. 0.5. (See Figure 2-22)

The three calibrations above shall be all correct, otherwise the location of machine will not be completed. The layout of machine in machine room shall be as Figure 2-23.

Figure 2-22
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Figure 2-23 2.4.2 Gearless machine. (See Figure 2-24)

Figure 2-24 The installation and calibration steps of gearless machine shall be same to geared machine; they are different only on layout. Refer to the steps above to install and calibrate the gearless machine. 2.4.3 Machine room-less (See Figure 2-24a)

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Figure 2-24
1.Machine 2. Steel rope hanging plate of C/W 3. C/W frame 4. To car steel rope 5. Car guide rail 6. Car guide rail bracket 7. Machine beam 8. Hoistway wall 9. Hook

2.4.3.1 Make sure the overhead height of hoistway, the location of preset hole for machine beam and the pit depth comply with the layout drawing. 2.4.3.2 The machine beam should be put on preset holes of overhead, and before installation, please make sure that the horizontal difference between the two holes should be not more than 5mm 2.4.3.3 Installation of machine beam The distance between the bottom of machine beam and the overhead landing door sill should be: a. not less than 3000mm for 1.0m/s MRL elevator; b. Not less than 3200mm for 1.75m/s MRL elevator. Meanwhile, the distance between the bottom of machine beam the top of hoistway should be Min.1200mm. 2.4.3.4 Suspend the machine 2.4.3.4.1 Assemble the car frame on the top floor. 2.4.3.4.2 Put the hook of manual pulley into the hoistway hook, use another hook hang the upper beam of car frame, and move it slowly until the upper beam is level to the landing door sill of top floor. 2.4.3.4.3 Put the machine on upper beam and tied it on the upper beam tightly. 2.4.3.4.4 Move the car frame and machine up together until the upper beam and the machine beam are on the same level, and then put 2 pieces 100mm*48mm channel steel between car upper beam and machine beam as a bridge, before moving the machine, make several point welding on the channel steel with upper beam and machine beam to prevent the channel steel slipping down while moving the machine; move the machine from upper beam to machine beam carefully, after that, remove the
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channel steel. 2.4.3.4.5. Please take care about the brake parts while suspending the machine. 2.4.3.5 Adjustment of machine 2.4.3.5.1 Calibrate the verticality, the deflection is Max. 0.5. (See Figure 2-22) 2.4.3.5.2 Put a plump line on the center line of traction sheave flange (See Figure 2-19), and extend this plumb line to the same position of car bottom sheave, calibrate the two center lines with the plumb line, the deflection is Max. 1mm 2.4.3.5.3 Calibrate traction sheave and C/W sheave with the same way as 2.4.3.5.2. 2.4.3.5.4 After adjustment, please tighten all the bolts, and recheck it, if no problem, fill the preset hole with C25 concrete solidly, before filling concrete, weld the machine beam, channel steel and preset steel panel with the 20-30mm welding length if there is contact line between them. 2.4.4 There is a ward off rope device needs to be installed after the installation of steel rope, and adjust the distance between this device and steel rope until it is within 15mm. 2.4.5 The brake device unit has been finished adjustment before shipment, there is no need to adjust it except that its performance has trouble while you checking the machine. 2.4.6 After all steps above, put oil into machines geared box (except gearless machine), and stick the running marks on motor, traction sheave and deflecting sheave. 2.5 Installation of landing door 2.5.1 Center opening door system 2.5.1.1 Installation of the landing door sill. 2.5.1.1.1 According to the width F of the plumb lines suspending in front of the door, make some marks on the plane with thickness a of the sill for installation and calibration (See Figure 2-25).

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Figure 2-25 Marks for sill installation 2.5.1.1.2 During the installation of sill, it is necessary to pre-insert the bolts which be used for jamb installation into the groove of sill, and move them to the position where the jamb will be installed. 2.5.1.1.3 Connect the sill, supporting bracket and installing bracket together with bolts; drill the 22 holes at the installation position on the wall with a punch drill and fix the assembly of sill bracket to the specified position with M16 hilti bolts. (See Figure 2-26) 2.5.1.1.4 Calibrate the horizontal deviation sill, and the error shall be less than 2/1000; furthermore the sill should be 25mm higher than the floor which is after finish, but from sill to floor, it shall be processed smoothly by a ramp. 2.5.1.1.5 The horizontal distance between each landing door sill and the car door sill is H. (See Figure 2-25)

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Figure 2-26 Installation of sill bracket 1Sill 2Sill supporter bracket 3Sill bracket 4Toe guard panel 5Hilti bolts 2.5.1.2 Installation of jamb 2.5.1.2.1 Assemble the upright column and the upper beam of jamb with bolts, and then connect it the sill. 2.5.1.2.2 Calibration the verticality of upright column and the horizontal deviation of upper beam, and both of their errors shall be less than 1/1000; then fix the upright column against wall. 2.5.1.3 Installation of landing door device. 2.5.1.3.1 Keep the center of the rail of landing door device on the centre line between the two door plumb lines, and fix the device against wall with hilti bolts; it required that the horizontal deviation shall be less than 1/1000. 2.5.1.3.2 The rail of landing door device shall be parallel to the sill, and the deflection of parallelism on the two ends and the center of the rail shall be less than 1mm. 2.5.1.3.3 The verticality deviation of the rail a shall be within 0.5mm. (Figure 2-27) 2.5.1.4 Installation of landing door panel. 2.5.1.4.1 Clean the rail of lading door device and the groove of sill. 2.5.1.4.2 Set up the door panel, underlay something with 5mm thickness at bottom of panel, and connect the panel to the hanging board of landing door device with bolts; furthermore adjust the clearance between the bottom of door panel and sill, it shall be less than 6mm, while adjusting you can add gaskets if necessary. (See Figure 2-27)

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2.5.1.4.3 Adjust the clearance C between the block roller on hanging board frame and the down surface of guide rail, and it shall be less than 0.5mm. (See Figure 2-27) 2.5.1.4.4 The clearance between door jamb and door panel as well as the clearance between door panel and door panel shall be on the range of 4~6mm. 2.5.1.4.5 The plane deflection between the two door panels of centre opening door should be less than 1mm at the connected surface. The width of door gap shall be less than 2mm on the whole visible height. 2.5.1.4.6 When the door is pushed aside with a slight force, the forced closing device shall be able to close it automatically. 2.5.1.4.7 Installation weight hammer, connecting its top part to the side door, and bottom part to the panel seal. Then, put the weight hammer in the guide set, and hang a steel rope in pulley with another end fixed on the fixing board, use bolt to prevent any fall down, and keep the distance with pulley less than 2.5 mm and without touch. 2.5.1.4.8 After installation, the landing door shall have a steadily performance while pulling or pushing it. 2.5.1.5 Adjustment of door lock device. (See Figure 2-27) 2.5.1.5.1 Confirm the center and adjust the plume line of over sling. Adjust the center and plume line of over sling as per Figure 2-27. 2.5.1.5.2 Wire rope tension of landing door device shall be adjusted by synchronous wire rope of door operator when the door fully opening, then, fixed by nuts after tighten. 2.5.1.5.3 Adjust door lock as the dimension showed in Figure 2-27. 2.5.1.5.4 Before commissioning, there is necessary to check the clearance between every part again, and then fix every related part tightly to prevent looseness during commissioning. 2.5.1.5.5 When the doors are completely closed, press the door panel with a 150N-force on the weakest point by hand from outside of the door, the door gap shall not be more than 30mm. 2.5.2 Side opening door system 2.5.2.1 Installation of the sill support channel and sill Use M16 hilti bolts to connect sill supporting channel with land, to keep center of sill and cabin entrance in the same position, and then use M8 20 bolts to fix sill to the supporting channel. 2.5.2.2 Installation of the jamb Install according to Figure 2-28, to keep the center of jamb and cabin entrance in the same position, to ensure the door cover in the vertical position and fix it, and then weld the jamb with pre-installed steel bars, and clean up to prevent rusty.
(107) 91 (112)

50

Sill JJ 40

35

Figure 2-28
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2.5.2.3 Installation of the landing door device (use NB161001A001 Landing door device when JJ1200, use NB161001A006 Landing door device when JJ>1200). Install the landing door device after finished the jamb, installation of landing door device and jamb according to Figure 2-29. Fix the landing door device with M16100 hilti bolts in holes; tighten the bolts and nuts after adjusted over sling.
M10X30 Bolt Landing door device M8X30 Bolt

JJ

Jamb

JJ

M8X16 Bolt

Figure 2-29 2.5.2.4 Installation of landing door panel: Install the landing door panel refer to Figure 2-30 as well as the installation of cabin door panel, ensure the parallelism and vertical of fast and slow panel, fore and aft distance between two panels should be 41mm.
4 4

40 Washer

40 Washer

40

40

4 Door shoe Door shoe

51

Landing door sill

44
96

25

Landing door sill

39
112

27

NB1610A001 Type Landing door device

NB1610A006 Type Landing door device

Figure 2-30 2.5.2.5 Installation of weight hammer, B1610A001 Landing door device: Connecting its top part to the side door, and bottom part to the panel seal; then put the weight hammer in the guide set, and hang a steel rope in pulley with another end fixed on the fixing board, use bolts to prevent any falling down, and keep the distance with pulley less than 2.5 mm and without any touch., B1610A0016 Landing door device: the top part of weight hammer is fixed with over sling, and the bottom is fixed with sill. 2.5.2.6 Adjustment of hanger plate: Please adjust the interval of roller and rail under the hanger plate to 0.1-0.3mm if there are too drag while opening and closing. (See Figure 2-31) 2.5.2.7 Adjustment of the door lock, the dimension is showed in Figure 2-32
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Traveling of contact 2.51

Gradient of door plate (A-B) is with in 1 Contact(open)

Lock

E=0.10.3

A=4 1 B=4 1
Screw down torque 115156kgf.cm Contact(close)

Door rail

21 2 1
Pothook Adjust when door fully close

Roller

Upper roller

Figure 2-31

Figures 2-32

2.6 Installation of cabin frame and attached components 2.6.1 Elevator with machine room 2.6.1.1 Place the beams for the purpose of installing the cabin frame. Generally, the cabin and cabin frame shall be installed on the highest floor in the hoistway, remove the scaffold on the highest floor before the cabin frame is moved into hoistway; make two parallel 250 mm250mm holes on the rear wall of hoistway between which the width is the same as concrete opening, and find two square wooden beams or steel beams with the section size 200 mm200mm, insert one end of the two beams into the holes mentioned above, the other end of the two beams shall be put upon the floor, and fix them after the calibration of their parallel and horizontal deflection.(See Figure 2-33)

Figure 2-33 2.6.1.2 Installation of cabin frame. Put the down beam on the supporting beam of the overhead floor horizontally in hoistway; adjust the horizontal deviation of the upper surface of down beam, and it
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shall be less than 2/1000.(See Figure 2-34)

Figure 2-34 2.6.2 Elevator without machine (MRL) 2.6.2.1 Installation of car suspending system. The car suspending system should be installed on hoistway wall (See Figure 2-34a)

Figure 2-34a
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1. Bracket of speed governor 2. Hilti bolt 12mm 3. Speed governor 4. >50mm from the top of speed governor to the top of hoistway 5. Car guide rail 6. Hoistway wall 7. Car suspending plate 8. >500mm from the top of car suspending plate to the top of hoistway 9. The bracket of car suspending plate 10. Hilti bolt 16mm 11. The center of guide rail to the center of car suspending plate (comply with hoistway layout drawing) 12. The center of speed governor rope 2.6.2.2 The installation of car bottom pulley (If top pulley, install it in same way.) 2.6.2.2.1 There are two seats on the car bottom beam for car bottom pulleys, put the pulleys on the seats, and fix them with bolts 2.6.2.2.2 Calibrate the two pulleys and let them on the same plane, the deflection should be less than 1mm, and the deflection on vertical should be less than 0.5mm 2.6.2.2.3 There is an anti-shed device for car bottom pulley, after roping, adjust the device and let the distance between rope and the device to be not more than 3mm 2.6.3 Installation of safety gear. 2.6.3.1 Check the name plate of safety gear, its content such as the width of guide rail, allowable load, etc shall be complied of the elevator which being in installation. 2.6.3.1 Check every lead sealing on the safety gear, it shall be intact; dont adjust the safety gear at will because that it already has been finished adjustment before leaving factory. 2.6.3.2 Fix the safety gear on down beam firmly with bolts. While installing the down beam, for asymptotic style safety gear, keep the clearance between the two jaws and the guide rail to be average with 3mm. (See Figure 2-35)

Figure 2-35 2.6.4. After adjusting the clearance between safety gear and the top surface of guide rail on both sides with the same gap, keep the down beam fixedness, and connect the upright beams with the down beam firmly on both sides, and the vertical deflection on whole height shall be less than 1.5mm. 2.6.5 Lift the upper beam with manual gourd and connect it to the upright beams on both sides, Check the diagonals of the cabin frame, which the deflection shall be less than 2mm. Finally fix all the related parts of cabin frame firmly.
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2.6.6 Installation of the cabin guide shoes. 2.6.6.1 During installation, the four cabin guide shoes as well as the four counterweight guide shoes must be on a vertical plane for the purpose of avoiding inclination. 2.6.6.2 Sliding guide shoes is generally used on elevator which the speed is lower than 2.5m/s, and the gap between the sliding guide shoes and the top surface of the guide rail shall comply with the following requirement: the gaps on both sides shall be accordant, and the position of the guide shoes shall be calibrated as follows: while one side gap between the guide shoe liner and the guide rail is zero, the other side gap shall be 0.5~1mm. 2.6.7 Installation of the linkage mechanism of safety gear. After the installation of upper beam, fix all the linkage bars of safety gear on the upper beam; Install the switch of safety gear and adjust the switch to be symmetrical on both sides and act in accordance; the switch of the safety gear must perform reliably so that the control circuit must be off by the switch immediately while the linkage mechanism of safety gear works; furthermore screw the linkage bar into the jaw of safety gear firmly; finally check and adjust the related parts again. 2.6.8 Fix the car cam (for limit switch) on the upright beam, and calibrate the vertical deflection which shall be less than 2/1000. 2.7 Installation of the cabin 2.7.1 Installation of the cabin platform (See Figure 2-36) 2.7.1.1 Put the cabin platform on the down beam of cabin frame, adjust its position as per the requirement, and then connect it with down beam. 2.7.1.2 Adjust the linkage bar of cabin frame so that the horizontal deviation of upper surface of the cabin platform shall be less than 2/1000.

Figure 2-36 2.7.2 Installation of cabin 2.7.2.1 Suspend the finished cabin top assembly under the upper beam of cabin frame with a manual gourd. 2.7.2.2 Connect the cabin panels each other and with cabin platform and cabin top with bolts. 2.7.2.3 Lay down the cabin top and connect it with the cabin panels. 2.7.2.4 Install the clevis of cabin top, calibrate all the cabin panels vertical deflection
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which shall be less than 2/1000, and then screw down all the bolts firmly. 2.7.3 Install the cabin top guard (for cargo elevator, it shall be installed closed to the counterweight side), connect it with the upright beam and cabin top respectively. 2.7.4 Installation of handrail, mirror, light, ceiling and C.O.P etc. 2.7.5 If there is diversion sheave on the cabin top, keep the same size on a, b, c, d, and their relative error shall be less than 0.5mm. (See Figure 2-37)

Figure 2-37 2.8 Installation of the counterweight frame. 2.8.1 It needs a manual gourd to be fixed firmly on the center of counterweight above the ground of pit 5~6m. 2.8.2 As per the requirement of overrun size S2, (See Figure 2-38, Table 2-3), lift the counterweight frame up to a suitable height, and underlay the wooden bar under its bottom stably, then install the guide shoe and diversion sheave. (If has) 2.8.3 Put the counterweight piece into the frame and fix them. 2.8.4 Install the pit protection grid on the counterweight guide rail bracket and the bottom of grid shall be above the ground 300mm, the top of grid shall be above the ground 2500mm. (See Figure 2-38)

Figure 2-38 2.9 Installation of the buffer. There are two types of buffers: spring buffer (energy accumulation buffer) is only applied to the elevators which the speed is no more than 1m/s; oil buffer (energy dissipation buffer) can be applied to all kinds of elevators. The specs and shapes of oil buffer are shown in Figure 2-39 and Table 2-4

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Figure 2-39 Table 2-3 Specs form of oil buffer specs rated speed m/s 0.63 1.0 1.6 1.75 H1 mm 346 313 600 612 H2 mm 65 80 175 206 dosage of oil

HYF65 0.4(L) HYF80 0.33(L) YH1/175 2.1 kg HY2/206 2.7 kg 2.9.1 Installation steps 2.9.1.1 The number and position should be complied with the drawing of hoistway layout. According to the height of buffer and the cabins leveling position on first floor (See Figure 2-40), make the supporting base of the buffer, concrete the base the pre-set steel bar for the buffer, meanwhile, pre-set the bolts in concrete which are used to install the buffer.(See Figure 2-41) 2.9.1.2 Install the buffer, and adjust it with water level and plumb line (cushions if necessary). 2.9.1.3 Oil filling: remove the plunger cover with screwdriver; open the oil indicator so that air can escape out of it, fill N68 mechanical oil until it reaches the mark of indicator.

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Figure 2-40 Figure 2-41 2.9.2 Installation of the buffer should comply with the requirement as follows: 2.9.2.1 The buffer shall move down slowly and evenly when it is compressed, check the buffer stroke, the restoration of the plunger and the function of the switch. 2.9.2.2 The deviation between the center of buffer and the buffer striking plate of cabin as well as counterweight shall be less than 20mm. 2.9.2.3 The vertical deflection of the plunger of oil buffer should be less than 0.5mm. 2.9.2.4 The height difference between the tops of two buffers on the same base should be less than 1mm. 2.9.2.5 The over displacement S1 & S2 from the striking plate of the down beam of cabin and counterweight to the buffer is shown in Figure 2-40 and Table 2-4. 2.9.2.6 When installing spring buffer, the horizontal deviation of its top surface shall be less than 4/1000 Table 2-4 The over displacement of the cabin and counterweight Rated speed of Over displacement S1 Type of buffer elevator & S2(mm) <1.0 Spring 200~350 2.5 Oil pressure 150~400 Remark: The pit depth P shall comply with the hoistway layout drawing. 2.10 Installation of the suspending device. 2.10.1 Unwind the steel rope (See Figure 2-42); keep the coiling shape while unwinding the steel rope continuously.

Figure 2-42
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2.10.2 Keep the floor clean while unwinding the steel rope and try to avoid the steel rope from folding or twisting. 2.10.3 The length of the steel rope is confirmed by the case when the car is at the leveling position on the top floor and the counterweight is at the ground floor which is S2 (over displacement distance, shown in Table 2-4) away from the buffer, at the same time, the traction method, traction ratio (with or without deflection sheave, double wrap sheave and diversion sheave) as well as the allowance of making the steel rope end must be taken into calculation. On the other hand, it can be also measured practically with the thin iron thread (when the building is tall, the extension of the steel rope shall be considered, generally, the extension ratio is 0.5%). 2.10.4 Installation of the rope fastening with wedge shape. 2.10.4.1 In order to prevent the rope from getting loose while cutting, pack the end tightly with the iron thread before cutting it (See Figure 2-43). 2.10.4.2 Keep about 300mm steel rope allowance and encircle the wedge, then insert the wedge into the socket. (See Figure 2-44)

Figure 2-44 2.10.4.3 After the steel rope has been installed, the steel rope shall support the weight of the cabin and counterweight. 2.10.4.4 Check the tension state of the steel rope, if some of them are too tight, loosen the socket as per Figure 2-45C, and adjust the length of the rope until the tension of every steel rope is the same; finally install the clips of the steel rope.

Figure 2-45
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2.10.4.5 Secondary protection device shall be installed as per Figure 2-46, use one segment steel rope pass through the cone space of every socket, then fix the two ends of the steel rope with two clips.

Figure 2-46 2.10.4.6 Finally, make a comprehensive inspection and adjustment, adjust the nuts of the rope fastening so that the tension of each rope gets close and the difference is no more than 5%. 2.10.5 Attentions during the installation of the suspending devices. 2.10.5.1 Clean the sand and scrap iron on the surface of the steel rope thoroughly. 2.10.5.2 Install the steel rope at the cabin top firstly, only after this end has been installed can the other end of the steel rope be installed at the counterweight, with witch the steel rope shall be reel through the traction sheave and deflection sheave. 2.11 Installation of the door operator, car door and attached components 2.11.1 Center opening door system. 2.11.1.1 Installation arm, set the installation arm on the straight beam of cabin as per Figure 2-47, fix it temporarily after connected diagonal rod, and then tighten the bolts after adjusted door operator; Install door operator with installation arm at A-point position and make sure that the center of door operator shall be complied with the car entrance.
50

Diagonal rod
EE 3-A hole 100 Base line of cal sill

3-A hole

M1640

06Type:HH+405 07type: Standard cabin:HH+405 Elevatory cabin:HH+510

Installation arm

Figure 2-47 2.11.1.2 Installation of the car door operator, adjust the distance of door operator through the hole of installation arm as per Figure 2-47, make sure that the horizontal
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distance is 581mm from rail to sill, and height is HH+871mm which is showed in Figure 2-48, connect horizontal drag link according to the general installation drawing. The dimension mentioned above shall be coincident at both sides of door operator. Height and horizontal distance between landing door rail and sill shall be HH+70 and 43.5 separately. 2.11.1.3 Installation of car door panel, fix the door panel by M8 bolt of small parcel as per Figure 2-49 and door shoe as per Figure 2-50, can increase or decrease washer between panel and hanger plate to adjust vertical if the panel is inclined. Insure the inclination and center gap of panel are at 2mm. (See Figure 2-27).
Landing rail Car rail 581 HH+871 43.5 HH+70 Washer
32mm

Washer Door shoe

241

30

40

Car door sill

Landing door sill

60

Figure 2-48 2.11.1.4 Adjustment of car door device

Figure 2-49

Figure 2-50

Products have been adjusted before came out factory, but considering that installation and movement may have the influence on precision of size, the followings need for adjusting on the job side. 2.11.1.5 The dimension from the door vane protrude to the car sill, check the protrusive amount of door vane as per Figure 2-52, adjust the washer between panel and door vane if it is not measure up to requirement,
81

Line of Car door sill

Ensure there is 10mm gap between connective rod 2 and 3

Line of Landing door sill


8 1
(a)

Connective rod 2 Connective rod 3


Ab ou t9 5

30

Roller
A

B 72 1
(b)

Figure 2-51

Figure 2-52

2.11.1.6 Adjustment of door vane: Adjustment of door vane of TKP131-06 operator according to Figure 2-51, remain safe-locking when the door fully open, vane and roller adjusted according to the Figure 2-52(b)A=B=105; The position of door vane and roller TKP131-07 adjusted as per figure 2-52(b)( A=61,B=131), adjustment of synchronous door vane of TKP131-07 door operator as per Figure 2-53:
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The following drawing shows closing status, the distance between two hanger plants is 50mm,when the door opening, lock device spring on right lock the cam, at the same time, moveable vane closed and 46mm instead of 72mm, then synchronous door vane and hanger plate move synchronously, door begin to open. Move lock cam towards or deflate lock device spring can amplify locking power.
Pole Hood of door vance Cam of door lock

72 50 150

Spring of door lock

Figure 2-53

2.11.1.7 Measure of door closing, the distance between two hanging plates shall be 50mm when the door closes completely, please adjusts the protrusive length of hanger plate in few if not. Check whether the measure of door opening course is of attainment (TKP131-06 is JJ+32, TKP131-07 is JJ), please adjusts the protrusive of hanging plate few until ok. 2.11.1.8 Steel rope shall be adjusted as per Figure 2-54 2.11.1.9 Synchronous belts tension, measure and adjust the tension of synchronous belt as per Figure 2-55, through moving the roller on left to accomplish decorous tension, in order to avoid noise which begot by friction between synchronous belt and roller. 2.11.1.10 Belts tension, adjust centerline of motor pulley and V-belt pulley to a plane, in order to avoid noise refers to Figure 2-56; measure and adjust tension of V-belt of motor as per Figure 2-57, through moving the motor pedestal bolt to accomplish decorous tension. 2.11.1.11 The drag of hanging plate, please adjust the interval of roller and rail under the hanging plate to 0.1-0.3mm which can make door running smoothly if it gets too much drag. (See Figure 2-58)
1620mm 1418mm

1Kgf Tension direction

0.5Kgf Tension direction

Figure 2-54

Figure 2-55

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Motor pulley V-belt pulley B A (A+B)/2=1 1.5 A-B= 0.35

Figure 2-56

2K gf

15

1m m

Roller of hanger plate


E=0.1--0.3

Gtadient(A-B) of door plate should be in 1mm

A=41 B=41

Door rail

Upper roller

Figure 2-57 Figure 2-58 2.11.1.12 Installation of safety edge, the detailed adjustment of safety edge as per Figure 2-59 (this drawing takes the right safety edge of TKP131-06 for instance). 2.11.1.13 After installation of the safety edge on car door, adjust stopper, set the maximum value of shoe rotary bulge to 482mm; 2.11.1.14 Choose the length of connection rod A1 in accordance with required size and fix it temporary, then push the edge 162mm to the side of panel in full closed position, twist edge clockwise (contra clockwise if it is left), fix the cam and connection rod temporarily by 3 M6 bolts at the position that stopper touched hood, set the edge until ok.
13 2 48 2 6 1 10 2 48 2 13 2 3

Door panel Car frame

Center line of door

TKP131-06 Adjustment drawing for safetyedye


35 5 6 1 10 2 35 5 3

Door panel Car frame

Center line of door

TKP131-07 Adjustment drawing for safetyedye

Figure 2-59 2.11.1.15 Please confirm there is 132mm from the front side of safety edge in door fully opening position, should be decrease the length of connect rod (A1) if greater than 15mm, otherwise, increase the length. 2.11.1.16 When the door is fully open and the edge draws back at its maximal position, the stopper B is adjusted to touch to the arm. Then, the spring pin shall be inserted
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into and drills the 4 holes and fix it. 2.11.1.17 The micro-switch should be acted when adjust the course of safety edge to 3-6mm with bolts. (See Figure 2-60)

Drill 4 hole at locale of installation. Then,the spring pin is inserted into

A1
Arm Connected rod
Edge

M6 Screw

Aluminium

Stopper B

Pulley

Stopper A Hood Mirco-bwitch

Figure 2-60 2.11.2 Side opening door system 2.11.2.1 Installation arm, setting installation arm on the straight beam of cabin as per Figure 2-61, fix it temporarily after connected diagonal rod, and then tighten bolts after adjusted door operator; connect the door operator with the installation arm at A-point position.
50 Diagonal rod EE 143.5 3-A Hole

Base line of car sill

3-A Hole

M1640

Standard cabin: HH+405 Elevatory cabin: HH+510

Installtion arm

Figure 2-61 2.11.2.2 Installation of the car door operator, adjust the distance of door operator through the hole of installation arm as per Figure 2-61, make sure the horizontal distance is 581mm and 941mm from rail to sill, and height is HH+901mm showed in Figure 2-62, connect horizontal drag link according to the general installation drawing. The dimension mentioned above shall be coincident at both sides
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of door operator. The height and horizontal distance between landing door rail and sill as showed in Figure 2-62.
7

55 1 HH+901 94 1

42.5 1 HH+65
32mm Washer

81.5 1

Car door sill

30

Landing door sill

96

96

Figure 2-62 2.11.2.3 Installation of car door panel, fix the door panel by M10 bolt of small parcel as per Figure 2-63, increase or decrease washer between panel and hanger plate to adjust vertical if the panel is inclined. Insure the inclination and center gap of panel are below 2mm. Fix the door shoes as per Figure 2-64; Increase and adjust washer between door shoe and door panel to make parallel of fast and slow panels. Insure the distance from fast panel to the top of car sill is 24mm, the gap between fast and slow panel is 41mm, between car door panel and car sill is 51mm.

24mm1 Door shoe Washer Car door sill 96mm 5mm1

40mm

Figure 2-63

Figure 2-64

2.11.2.4 Installation of the door vane, Install the door vane (THP131-52) in the fast car door panel as per Figure 2-65, use the bolts to connect the brace of door vane with the link, other side of link connect with bracket of over sling, and adjusted to meet the requirement as showed in drawing; THP131-53, use standard pars to connect synchronous door vane with hanging plate of fast panel.
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2.11.2.4.1 The dimension from door vane protrude the car sill, check the protrusive amount of the door vane as per Figure 2-66, adjust the washer between panel and door vane if it is not measure up to requirement. 2.11.2.4.2 Adjustment of the door vane, the position of door vane and roller according to Figure 2-67, THP131-52 , A=B=101mm; THP131-53, A=131mm; B=71mm; 2.11.2.5 Adjustment of the car door device Products have been adjusted before came out factory, but considering that installation and movement may have the influence on precision of size, the followings need for adjusting on the job side. 2.11.2.5.1 Measure of door closing, the distance between two hanging plates shall be 40mm when the door closes completely, please adjust the screw length of steel rope in hanging plate a little if necessary. Check whether the measure of door opening course is of attainment. THP131-52, the door course in high speed is JJ+40; the door course in low speed is JJ/2+20. THP131-53: the door course in high speed is JJ+20; the door course in low speed is JJ/2+10. Please adjust the protrusive of hanging plate little until ok.
Side plate of over sling Connective rod

72
Car door course in high speed

200

70 3/2JJ-205.5 272

131

Figure 2-65
81
Car door sill Roller

30

Landing door sill

8 1

Roller

A 72 1

Figure 2-66

Figure 2-67

2.11.2.5.2 The tension synchronous belt: measure and adjust the tension of synchronous belt following Figure 2-68, through moving the roller on left to accomplish decorous tension, in order to avoid noise which begot by friction between synchronous belt and roller.
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Tension direetion
1418mm

0.5Kgf

Figure 2-68 2.11.2.5.3 Belts tension: 2.11.2.5.3.1 Adjust centerline of motor pulley and V-belt pulley to a plane, in order to avoid noise refers to Figure 2-69.
Motor pulley V-belt pulley B A (A+B)/2=1 1.5 A-B= 0.35

Figure 2-69 2.11.2.5.3.2 Measure and adjust the tension of V-belt of motor as per Figure 2-70, through moving the motor pedestal bolt to accomplish decorous tension. 2.11.2.5.4 The drag of hanging plate, adjust the interval of roller and rail under the hanging plate to 0.1-0.3mm which can make door running smoothly if it gets too much drag. (See Figure 2-71)
gf 2K 1m

Roller of hanger plate


E=0.1--0.3

Gtadient(A-B) of door plate should be in 1mm

15

A=41 B=41

Door rail

Upper roller

Figure 2-70

Figures 2-71

2.11.2.5.5 Installation of the safety edge, detailed as showed in Figure 2-72 2.11.2.5.5.1 After installed safety shoes on car door, adjust stopper, set the maximum value of shoes rotary bulge to 482mm; 2.11.2.5.5.2 Choose the length of connection rod A1 in accordance with required size and fix it temporary, then push the edge 162mm to the side of panel in full closed position, twist edge clockwise (contra clockwise if it is left), fix the cam and connection rod temporarily by 3 M6 bolts at the position that stopper touched hood, set the edge to ok. As per Figure 2-73

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132 482 132 352 Door panel Car frame 52 type 53 type 132

Door panel Car frame

Figure 2-72

Drill 4 hole at locale of installation. Then,the spring pin is inserted into

A1
Arm Connected rod
Edge

M6 Screw

Aluminium

Stopper B

Pulley

Stopper A Hood Mirco-bwitch

Figure 2-73 2.11.2.5.5.3 Confirm that there is 132mm from the front side of safety edge in door fully opening position, should be decrease the length of connect rod (A1) if greater than 15mm, otherwise, increase the length. 2.11.2.5.5.4 When the door is fully open and the edge draws back at its maximal position, the stopper B shall be adjusted to touch to the arm. Then, the spring pins is inserted into and drill the 4 holes and fixes it. 2.11.2.5.5.5The micro-switch shall be acted when adjust the course of safety edge to 3-6mm with bolts. 2.12 Installation of the speed governor Every speed governor has been inspected and tested strictly before they leave factory, and they are not allowed to be adjusted at will for fear of influencing the action speed of speed governor. Check the name plate carefully before installation, and check whether the action speed of the speed governor complies with the elevator speed or not, check the lead seal, and whether the action of speed governor switch is reliable or not.
2.12.1 Before installation of the speed governor, check whether the action direction of the speed governor complies with the running direction of the car or not.

According to the arrangement of installation requests on the layout drawing, install the speed governor on the floor of machine room, and the installation drawing of the speed governor is shown in Figure 2-74
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Figure 2-74 2.12.2 Through the hole on the floor in the machine room, hang a plumb line from the point on pitch diameter of the sheave of over speed governor to the center of the linkage bar of safety gear on cabin frame, and also to the groove of the tension sheave in the pit, for the purpose of confirming the correct position of speed governor, and after this, fix the speed governor on the floor of machine room. 2.12.3 The installation of speed governor shall comply with the following conditions: a) The vertical deflection of the sheave shall be less than 0.5mm . b) The steel rope of speed governor shall not touch the clip and the cabin during the elevator being normal running. c) The sheave of tension device shall be able to rotate freely, and the linkage switch shall act reliably. 2.13 Installation of the electric system Before installing the electric system, it shall be necessary to read the electric drawing seriously. 2.13.1 Power supply and lighting 2.13.1.1The power supply for the lighting in the machine room should be separated from the power supply of elevator. Install the lighting switch at the entrance to the machine room.
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2.13.1.2 Installation of the governing switch of elevator should abide by the following rules: 2.13.1.2.1 Governing switch that can shut off the highest load current of elevator must be installed with each elevator. 2.13.1.2.2 The governing switch cant shut off the following power supply circuit: a) Car lighting, ventilation and alarm b) Lighting in the machine room, interlayer and well c) Electrical sockets in the machine room, on the car top and in the pit 2.13.1.2.3 The position of the governing switch should be convenient to access from the entrance to the machine room. When several multi-elevators are installed in the same machine room, uniform identifying marks should be stuck on the operation mechanism of each elevator-governing switch. 2.13.1.3 It is necessary to install lighting device or electrical socket on the car top. 2.13.1.4 Installation of the lighting device in the hoistway should abide by the following rules: 2.13.1.4.1 The power should be supplied by the lighting circuit of the machine room, and the switch that has the function of short circuit protection should be installed in the machine room. 2.13.1.4.2 The lights should be installed on the well wall where it doesnt affect elevators running, and the distance between two lights should be no more than 7m. 2.13.1.4.3 Install a light in the well where it is apart 0.5m from the highest point and lowest point. 2.13.1.5 The earthing of the electric device should abide by the following rules: 2.13.1.5.1 Adopt three phases and five wires style power supply, and the zero line and the earthing protection line should be always separated. 2.13.1.5.2 The exposed conducting parts of all the electric devices must be earthed or connected to the zero wire reliably, and the earthing resistance should be within 4. 2.13.1.5.3 The earthing wire should be yellow-green copper insulated conducting wire, and the smallest cross section area should be no less than 1.5mm 2.13.1.5.4 When installing PG card, remove the shielding line connected to the PG card first. After confirming the power supply is regular three phases and five wires style, connect the shielding line to PG card renewedly. 2.13.1.5.5 Link the trunking with earthing wires 2.13.1.6 There must be an earthing device special for elevator, and its resistance shall be less than 4. 2.13.2 Wiring Because of using connector (plug and socket), there is no need to make wiring one by one except the wiring from power supply box to controller box, from motor to controller box, and from controller box to some single switch, most of wiring job are simplified to make a few plugs and sockets connecting. 2.13.2.1 The wiring in the machine room and the hoistway should be set in wire tube or wire groove for protection, and the wire tubes or wire grooves those are made of combustible material are strictly prohibited. When iron wire groove is laid on the machine room floor, the thickness of the wall should be at least 1.5mm. The branch
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circuit that is not easy to be injured mechanically can be protected by using soft tube, but the length should be within 2m. 2.13.2.2 Installation of the traveling cable should abide by the following rules: 2.13.2.2.1 The traveling cables must hang freely to get rid of distortion before installation. 2.13.2.2.2 The laying length of the traveling cable should satisfy such a condition that it still has some margin when the buffer is compressed completely, but it cant contact the floor. If several cables are aligned side by side, the length must be the same. 2.13.2.2.3 The two ends of the traveling cable and the sections those dont move should be fixed reliably. 2.13.2.2.4 Traveling cable shall be fixed with wedge sockets or holding-down clips (See Figure 2-75). 2.13.2.3 If there is possibility that the traveling cable might hook or strike other components in the well, some protection methods should be taken.

Figure 2-75 1Rail bracket 2Guide rail 3Down beam of cabin 4Cable clip under cabin frame 5Cable clip in shaft 6Traveling cable

2.13.3 Installations of electrical appliances


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2.13.3.1 Power distribution cabinets(panels, boxes) and controller box (panels, boxes) should be arranged properly and fixed firmly, the vertical deviations are not greater than 1.5.If there is no requirement with the design, the position of installations shall accord with the following provisions. 2.13.3.1.1 Panels and cabinets shall keep away from doors and windows; the distance between them shall be not less than 600mm. The distance between walls and the maintenance side of Panel and cabinet shall be not less 600mm. The distance between closing sides shall be less than 50mm. 2.13.3.1.2 When panels and cabinets, which are maintained with both sides, are installed in rows, if the width is greater than 5m, both sides shall make room for passage whose width shall be not less than 600mm. 2.13.3.1.3 The distance between machinery and panels, cabinets as well, shall be not less 500mm. 2.13.3.2 Installation of the leveling switch and steel signal panel. (See Figure 2-76)

Figure 2-76 2.13.3.3 Installation of the forced decelerating switch, limit switch and terminal switch. (See Figure 2-77), and the knocking wheel and the cam with limit switch, limited switch and terminal switch should accord with the following rules: 2.13.3.3.1 Car cam shall have no distortion, and action of knocking wheel shall be flexible. 2.13.3.3.2 Car cam shall be installed vertically, and the permissible variation is 1%. The total length shall be not greater than 1.5mm. 2.13.3.3.3 Switches and car cam shall be installed firmly. In the range of switch acting, car cam and knocking wheel shall contact reliably, the distance between the edge of knocking wheel and the margin of car cam shall be not less than 5mm.
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2.13.3.3.4 The switch contacts should be cut off reliably when knocking wheel meet with car cam. Knocking wheel shall not be blocked during movement along car cam, and knocking wheel shall leave a small compressed space. 2.13.3.3.5 The installation position of the forced deceleration switch should accord with the design requirement. 2.13.3.3.6 The limit device is a safety equipment to protect car from exceeding the over travel of up and down terminal landing. When the distance between the leveling position is 1.5m before reaching top or bottom floor, or when there is a normal deceleration distance before reaching the aimed floor, the car begin to decelerate, at the same time, the car cam touch the forced deceleration switch, which can make the control system begin to decelerate until leveling; and when the over travel of up and down terminal landing is 50~100mm for some reasons, the car cam touch the limited switch and broke the circuit of running, which can force the car to stop, furthermore when the over travel of up and down terminal landing is 150~200mm for some reasons, the car cam touch the limit switch and cut off the safety circuit, which can make the inverter lose power to stop the elevator.

Figure 2-77
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3.1 Door operator commissioning. 3.1.1 Special cautions a) Do not open or remove the front cover while the Variable b) Frequency Drive is running. You may get an electrical shock. c) When necessary to perform inspections or when wiring the unit, switch power off and wait at least 3 minutes and until the bus charge light is off. Check for residual voltage. d) Do not attempt to inspect or wire this unit unless fully competent to perform the work. e) Be sure hands are dry before operating any switches. f) Be sure cables do not have scratches, excessive stress, g) Be sure all connections are in accordance with instructions in this manual h) Check that cables are properly connected before turning equipment on. i) Do not allow metal fragments, conductive bodies, oil or other flammable substance to enter the variable frequency drive. j) Do not modify this equipment 3.1.2 Terminal function Name Cable code Function description color L / N /PE Brown /blue Single phase power supply /(yellow&green) U/V/W U/V/W* Motor terminal 1 2# Input signal: open door NO 2 3# Input signal: close doorNO 3 --* Input signal: open limitNC 4 --* Input signal: close limitNC 8 1# Input signal commonalityCOM C2-C3 4# Limit output commonality B2 5# Output signal: open limitNC B3 6# Output signal: close limit NC C1 Error output commonalityCOM standby B1 \Error output signal :break contactNC A1 Error output signal: make contactNO Notice: the cable with sign *has been connected in door system , the 7 wires control cable should be connected to main control system by user 3.1.3 Keypad and operation 3.1.3.1 Keypad Definition Name Function To switch Mode: dr, fr & parameter type : p,n Go down one level in menu navigation ;confirm values after editing scroll up numeric values & parameter
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scroll down numeric values & parameter Start key commands the drive to enable and start Stop key commands to stop and disable ,or reset error

3.1.3.2 Keypad Basic Operation Setting example: Change parameter P05 from 20 to 22
Operation Power supply LED display

Press parameter

to get relevant type & relevant mode

Scroll press

&

Press

to edit the parameter

Scroll press

&

Press

to confirm the parameter

Press

to

return

to operation preparation

Notice Parameter type d is behind parameter type p . button, can get parameter d. continue to press

when get parameter type p,

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3.1.4 Connection diagram

Figure 3-1 Notice : a) Make control line and power line separately when connect to main controller. b) To be sure the match of the open/close door output logic of door controller and the Open/close door input signal logic of main controller, when connect to the signal of Open/close. The initial status of door controller is normal close (NC). User can select relevant logic status: Terminal A2open limit, normal open (NO). Terminal A3close limit, normal open (NO). Terminal (C2-C3)---limit output, signal common terminal. 3.1.5 Door run description 3.1.5.1 During (Course of) Open Door a) From DC torque boost level value P05acceleration time d28 ,accelerate to start open frequency P15, then start with target frequency d16 and acceleration time d29 to perform open door low-speed running. b) When running time d47, start with acceleration time d30 running to high-speed target frequency d17, high-speed frequency be set a common section, d17=d19. c) When door arrive position of open shift switch, after delay time d48,then start with deceleration time d33 to decelerate to open door low-speed target frequency d20. d) When door arrive position of open door target position, start with keeping frequency d21, Keeping current d40, to keep torque of door in that position.
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Figure 3-2 notice a) High-speed section of open usually is the same section as: d17=d19, at this point the acceleration/ deceleration parameter: d32 is void. b) To keep frequency of door opening completed is d21 and the current is d40. Keep time is d42, and the range is 0.1 to 999(s), when d42 is set as 0, it will be keep forever. c) If opening torque of low-speed is small, the value of P05 can be increased appropriately. But more current course system protect 3.1.5.2 Course of close Door a) From torque boost level value P05acceleration time d34 ,accelerate to low -speed open frequency d22, to perform original close door running. Then start with target frequency d23 and acceleration time d35, to perform low-speed close door running b) When running time d49, start with acceleration time d36 running to high-speed target frequency d24, high-speed frequency be set a common section, d24=d26 c) When door arrive position of open shift switch, after delay time d50,then start with deceleration time d39 to decelerate to open door low-speed target frequency d27. d) When door arrive position of open door target position, start with keeping frequency d14, Keeping current d41to keep torque of door in that position.

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Figure 3-3 Notice: a) High-speed section of open usually is the same section as: d24=d26, at this point the acceleration/ deceleration parameter: d38 is void. b) To keep frequency of door opening completed is d14 and the current is d41; keep time is d42, and the range is 0.1 to 999(s), when d42 is set as 0, it will be keep forever. c) If opening torque of low-speed is small, the value of P05 can be increased appropriately, but more current course system protect. 3.1.6 Basic procedure 1 Before the door controller is sent out from factory, the Auto-tuning of door width pulses and function parameters are completed. If user requires getting preferable running curve, he can modify the corresponding parameters refer to Figure 3-2 & Figure 3-3. The procedure shall be: 3.1.6.1 To set control mode is keypad control: p08=1. 3.1.6.2 Refer to Figure 3-.2 & Figure 3-3 and corresponding parameters, to get better capability through adjusting door running curve. +RUN or +RUN (first press button and then press RUN 3.1.6.3 Press button, following operation is the same) to examine the running curve. 3.1.6.4 Set control mode become terminal control: P08=2(default) NOTICE: If the controller is running, P08 can not be changed. First please press STOP key, then press MODE key switch to parameter P and find P08 to modify 3.1.7 Basic procedure 2 When the motor shift switch or logic of limit switch (NO/NC) is changed, or auto-tuning the door width pulses is done again. The following procedure must to be sure. 3.1.7.1 Confirmation of the I/O signal (parameter n16, n17).monitor. Parameter n16 is the monitor of input signal, it includes: ~
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Parameter n17 is the monitor of output signal, it includes: Open limit output signal, close limit output signal, error output signal. --open door signal (input)/ RY1 OUTPUT --close door signal (input)/ RY2 OUTPUT --open limit signal (input)/ RY3 OUTPUT --close limit signal (input) --safety edge signal (input) -- open switch speed signal (input) . -- close switch speed signal (input) Figure 3-4 notice: the terminal ,,is not defined, so monitor signal ,, is not work, press button to switch the parameter n mode ,and press or button To

get relevant monitor parameter, then press

, can know the state of signal

refer to Figure 3-4 . 3.1.7.2 Confirmation of the logic of input signal (NO/NC) The logic of input signal parameter---P43 3.1.7.2.1 Setting value: 0----the signal terminal connect to common terminal of input signal ,the signal is enable(NO. 1----the signal terminal disconnect to common terminal of input signal, the signal is enable (NC). 3.7.1.2.2 Setting way: Input of the decimal data of 0 to 15 bit, setting valueweights=total (as the setting value) For example: the open limit input signal and the close limit input signal are set as NC, and others are set as NO, so the setting value P43=016+08+04+12+11=3 Signal (NULL) Open change signal 7 4 0/1 16 Close change signal 6 3 0/1 8 Safety edge Open signal limit signal 5 4 2 1 0/1 0/1 4 2 Close limit signal 3 0 0/1 1

Terminal Power(BIT) value Total

-----515 0 0

3.1.7.3 Confirm of the motor rotation direction conditionThe frequency is set as about 3Hz (in the mode Fr), and P09=0 +RUN buttonto sure open of the door processpress press +RUN button to sure close of the door. notice a). If motor dose not run, to increase properly the value of parameter P05. b). If the rotation direction is not right, to change motor phases.

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3.1.7.4 Control mode must to be sure The value of P08 Mode 0 Keypad mode (RUN/STOP) 1 Keypad mode ( +RUNopen, +RUNclose, STOP) 2 Terminal mode (NO: 1open, 2close) 3 Communication (RS 485) 3.1.7.5 Running mode must to be sure The value of P09 Control mode 0 manual(the frequency be set in the Fr mode ) 1 Encoder mode 2 Encoder circle mode 3 Door width pulse auto-tuning 4 4 position switch mode 5 4 position switch circle mode 6 Communication mode 3.1.8 Function parameter description
NO P00 P01 P02 P03 P04 P05 P06 P07 P08 P09 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 Name CHECK MODE 1 ACCELERATION TIME 1 DECELERATION TIME FREQUENCY RANGE V/F CURVE DC BOOST LEVEL OVERLOAD FUNCTION OVERLOAD CURRENT CONTROL MODE RUNNING MODE STOP MODE SELECT STOP FREQUENCY DC BRAKE TIME DCBRAKE LEVEL MAX. FREQUENCY BASE FREQUENCY
PREVENT STALL PREVENT STALL OVERVOLTAGEG OVERCURRENT
st st

Default 0 0.5 0.5 0 0 15 2 3.6 2 4 0 0.5 0.5 0.0 50.00 50.00 1 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0

Range 0-3 0-999 0-999 0-2 0-1 0-40 0-3 0.1-100 0-3 0-6 0-1 0.50-60 0-120 0-100 50-250 45-250 0-1 0-1 0,0.5-250 0,0.5-250 0,0.5-250 0-10

Multiple 1 10 10 1 1 1 1 10 1 1 1 100 10 0.2 100 100 1 1 100 100 100 1

Unit s s s Code % A Hz s Hz Hz Hz Hz s -

edit R R/W R/W R R R/W R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R

SKIP FREQUENCY 1 SKIP FREQUENCY 2 SKIP FREQUENCY 3 SKIP FREQUENCY BAND WIDTH

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P22 P23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P36 P37 P38 P39 P40 CURRENT LIMIT FUNCTION POWER LOSS START MODE
RIDE-THROUGH RESTART

0.0 0 0 0.1 0 1 0.5 250 0 3.0 0 140 5 1 5 1 0 0.0 1

0-9.9 0-3 0-2 0-0.1-1002 0-3 1-10 0.5-250 0.5-250 0-1 0.1-100 0-500 1-200 0-8 1-31 4-6 1-2 0-2 0.0-60.0 1-999

10 1 1 10 1 1 100 100 1 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1

s s Times Hz Hz Multiple VAC % Code Code Bit s ms

R R R R R R R R R R/W R R R R R R R R R

WAIT TIME SELECT RETRY RETRY TIMES


LOWER FREQUENCY CLAMP

UPPER FREQUENCY CLAMP MONITOR SELECT LINE MAX.OUTPUT VOLTAGE OCS LEVEL CARRIER FREQUENCY COMMUNICATION STATION COMMUNICATION SPEED STOP BIT PARITY BIT COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION RESPOND TIME

P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P56

PASSWORD RESET DATA SELECT INPUT SIGNAL LOGIC SAFETY EDGE RESPOND TIME POSITION TIME SIGNAL RESPOND

0 0 27 10 10 0.0 0.0 7 4 5 6 ---0 1.0 0.0 0.1

0-999 0-1 0-31 0-999 1-999 0-2.0 0-10.0 0-15 0-15 0-15 2-6 100-999 0-1 0.1-999 0-999 0.1-999

1 1 1 1 1 10 10 1 1 1 0.5 1 1 10 10 10

ms ms s s Pole Pulse Multiple s Multiple

R R R R R R R R R R R R R R/W R/W R/W

ENCODE ERROR RESPOND TIME PROSITION SIGNAL ERROR RESPOND TIME RY1 OUTPUT FUNCTION SELECT RY2 OUTPUT FUNCTION SELECT RY3 OUTPUT FUNCTION SELECT MOTOR PHASE ENCODE LINE SYSTEM PARAMETER (DONT CHANGE) SYSTEM PARAMETER (DONT CHANGE) SYSTEM PARAMETER (DONT CHANGE) SYSTEM PARAMETER (DONT

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CHANGE) P57 P58 P59 P60 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65 P66 P67 P68 P69 P70 P71 P72 P73 P74 P75 D00 D01 D02 D03 D04 D05 D06 D07 SYSTEM PARAMETER (DONT CHANGE) SYSTEM PARAMETER (DONT CHANGE) OVERLOAD FREQUENCY 1 OVERLOAD FREQUENCY 2 OVERLOAD CURRENT 1 OVERLOAD CURRENT 2 OVERLOAD RESPOND TIME OVERLOAD FREQUENCY RATELOW SPEED OVERLOAD FREQUENCY RATEHIGH SPEED OVERLOADSWITCH FREQUENCY OVERLOAD RESPOND TIME BEGIN RUN RESPOND TIME FORCE TO OPEN RESPOND TIME DOOR 0.0 5.00 10.00 50.00 1.2 1.2 0 50.00 70.00 5.00 100 200 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.0 3.0 1 0 0 DEP 0.00 1.50 16.00 50.00 70.00 80.00 0-999 0.5-250 0.5-250 0.5-250 0.1-100 0.1-100 0-999 0-100 0-100 0.5-250 0-999 100-999 0-500 0-500 0-10.0 0-10 0-10 0-2 0-1 0-999 0-65535 0-100 0-100 0-100 0-100 0-100 0-100 10 100 100 100 100 100 1 100 100 100 1 1 10 10 10 10 10 1 1 1 1 100 100 100 100 100 100 s Hz Hz Hz A A ms % % Hz ms ms s s s s s % % % % % % R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W

ABNORMAL OPEN RESPOND TIME ABNORMAL OPEN COMPLETE WAITE TIME KEEP OPEN TIME (RECYCLE MODE) KEEP CLOSE TIME (RECYCLE MODE) ACCLE/DECELE CURVE SELECT OPEN/CLOSE STOP MODE SELECT CHECK PARAMETER D PASSWORD DOOR WIDTH PULSE CLOSE COMPLETE POSITION OPEN CHANGE SPEED POSITION 1 OPEN CHANGE SPEED POSITION 2 OPEN CHANGE SPEED POSITION 3 OPEN CHANGE SPEED POSITION 4 OPEN CHANGE SPEED POSITION

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5 D08 D09 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31 D32 D33 D34 D35 D36 D37 D38 D39 D40 D41 D42 D43 D44 D45 D46 OPEN COMPLETE POSITION CLOSE COMPLETE POSITION 1 CLOSE COMPLETE POSITION 2 CLOSE COMPLETE POSITION 3 CLOSE COMPLETE POSITION 4 CLOSE COMPLETE POSITION 5 KEEP CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY 1 OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY 2 OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY 3 OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY 4 OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY 5 OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY 6 KEEP OPEN DOOR FREQUENCY CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY 1 CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY 2 CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY 3 CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY 4 CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY 5 CLOSE DOOR FREQUENCY 6 OPEN ACCE/DECE TIME 1 OPEN ACCE/DECE TIME 2 OPEN ACCE/DECE TIME 3 OPEN ACCE/DECE TIME 4 OPEN ACCE/DECE TIME 5 OPEN ACCE/DECE TIME 6 CLOSE ACCE/DECE TIEM 1 CLOSE ACCE/DECE TIEM 2 CLOSE ACCE/DECE TIEM 3 CLOSE ACCE/DECE TIEM 4 CLOSE ACCE/DECE TIEM 5 CLOSE ACCE/DECE TIEM 6
KEEP OPEN DOOR CURRENT

100.00 95.00 75.00 55.00 15.00 13.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 23.00 21.00 23.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 19.00 20.00 19.00 2.00 0.5 0.5 1.20 0.5 0.5 1.00 0.5 0.5 1.00 0.5 0.5 1.00 0.5 0.4 0

0-100 0-100 0-100 0-100 0-100 0-100 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0-250 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0.0-999 0-100 0-100 0-999 0.5-250 0.5-250 0-10 0-10

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 100 100 10 10

% % % % % % Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz s s s s s s s s s s s s A A s Hz Hz s s

R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W

KEEP CLOSE DOOR CURRENT KEEP OPEN/CLOSE DOOR TIME OPEN COMPLETE FREQUENCY CLOSE COMPLETE STAY FREQUENCY OPEN COMPLETE STAY TIME CLOSE COMPLETE STAY

STAY 0.50 0.50 0 0


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TIME D47 D48 D49 D50 D51 D52 D53 BEGIN OPEN DOOR TIME4SW MODE BEGIN OPEN DOOR CHANGE SPEED TIME 4SW MODE BEGIN CLOSE DOOR TIME4SW MODE BEGIN OPEN DOOR CHANGE SPEED TIME 4SW MODE THE FREQUENCY OF POWER ON DOOR WIDTH AUTOTONE PARAMETER D PASSWORD 0.30 0.00 0.30 0.00 3.00 2.00 0 0-3 0-3 0-3 0-3 0.5-250 0.5-250 0-999 100 100 100 100 100 100 1 s s s s Hz Hz R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W

3.1.9 Troubleshooting 3.1.9.1 Monitoring parameter


NO n00 n01 n02 n03 n04 n05 n06 n07 n08 n09 NAME SOFTWARE NO. OUTPUT FREQUENCY OUTPUT CURRENT OUTPUT VOLTAGE INPUT VOLTAGE THE FREQUENCY REBACK FREQUENCY DOOR AREA POSITION DC SET 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.01 0.01 1 0.01 0.01 PRECISION UNIT CODE Hz A Vac Vdc Hz Hz MUST TO MOTOT PHASE ,ENCODE LINES 0-7: OPEN DOOR AREA; 8-13: CLOSE DOOR AREA 0.01=1; 100=10000 REMARK

DOOR WIDTH(PULSE) DOOR COMPLETE POSITION (DATA) DOOR RUN TIMES ENCODE REBACK STATE ERROR 1 ERROR 2 ERROR 3 ERROR 4 INPUT STATE OUTPUT STATE SIGNAL SIGNAL

n10 n11 n12 n13 n14 n15 n16 n17

1 0.1

TIME kHz

0.01=1 TIME; 100=10000TIME F: (OPEN) R: (CLOSE)

CODE

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3.1.9.2 Error Code

PANEL SHOW SC1 SC2 SC3

ERROR REASON CONTENT Over current or Output .earth short abnormal heating ambient temperature Is too high Acceleration time is Too short

OC1 OC2 OC3

OV1 OV2 OV3

Relevant parameter Check for output Accelerati short circuits and on time ground faults Check ambient temperature and fan operation Increase the acceleration time Output less phase Check for open Accelerati Over current Dc boost level is too circuit output on/deceler High phases ation time Acceleration is too Increase the P05 short acceleration time Adjust the boost level Excessive internal Deceleration time is Increase the Accelerati DC voltage too short acceleration time on/deceler during Connect a brake ation time deceleration(over resistor P17 voltage) Supply voltage drops to 85% or less of rating (under voltage) Voltage supply is low Instantaneous power Cut Measure the supply P23-25 voltage Consider the ride-through restart function

REMEDY

LV

OL

An output current Actuating of Thermal Check the P05 that is 125% or relay electronic thermal P06,P07 more of the Overload setting current electronic thermal Reduce the load setting current or 150% or more of the inverters rated current continued for one minute or more.(overload)
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AU An auxiliary fault stop signal was input from control circuit terminal (auxiliary stop) The operation panel was input from control circuit terminal (auxiliary stop) Emergency stop signal is send Inspect the sequence circuit to confirm that the auxiliary signal is correct Take care with the handing of the operation panel Check the run signal when the data is being set Check the POWER LOSS START MODE To sure the encode power ,the encode connect To sure the encode A/B phase To sure the open/close input signal To sure the open Complete signal

OP

When power is, the run signal is ON When running, the keypad is shell Communication is overtime

P23 P39

Er1

Encode no pulse Encode is not pulse input input Encode phase is wrong The open/close Complete input are ON The open complete input is not receive

P51,P52 P46 P51,P52 P46 P43 P45 P43 P45

Er2 Er3

Er4

Er5

Encode A/B phase is Not right The open/close complete input are ON Door width pulse is show the door open complete ,but the open complete signal is not receive The close Door width pulse is To sure the close complete input is show the door close Complete signal not receive complete, but the close complete signal is not receive

P43 P45

Notices: After the parameter had been set completely, in order to prevent change the parameter by accident, you can set password. Parameter P41: full section password (include all the parameter of Pan d) to set The range of password is 1 to 999 (if you set as 000, it means no password) When you have set password, if you want to change the parameter, you should following this: First press STOP key to stop the controller, then press MODE key 4 times If you see word ps is flashing, please press or key to input your password Press SET key, you can change the parameter. (The controller is no password from factory, if you want to set, please record
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password to prevent forget) 3.2 Control system commissioning 3.2.1 Summary Concord elevator control system is hi-tech smart production, which function is more powerful and debug and maintenance is more convenient. Besides elevator general function, it has the function of parameter set, function select, debug and maintenance and locale adaptation. Systems general control mode is serial communication and frequency conversion timing. It adapts that total floors are smaller than 64 and elevator speed is smaller than 4m/s. It may be equipped with all kind of elevator motors include permanent magnet synchronous motor. Concord elevator controller (main board, COP and landing call board) MCU is 32 bits FUSITSU microprocessor, which integrate degree and reliability are first-class in the world. FUJITSU is a famous industrial MCU manufacturer. It is Software technology characteristic that function is perfect, setting parameter interface is clearly arranged, debugging and diagnostic information is sufficient, resistor interference is powerful and intensity of interference evaluates. We design diagnostic interface for electric components except elevator control system. Elevator diagnose has a definite object in view. It realizes high performance and reliability united, high level and practicability united and hi-tech and simple usage united.

Warning: When user makes use of Concord system, you should strictly accord to national elevator standard and read used inverter manual in detail. All of parts related to safety are warning to user. Informing This control system was examined by China National Elevator Inspection and Testing Center, matching various inspections request.NO:L0454

CAUTION Symbol and diagram refers to drawing attached machine, which may be changed in this manual.

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3.2.2 Control System Function 3.2.2.1 General function 3.2.2.1.1 Inspection running There are 3 inspection switches, which are car top inspection switch, car inspection switch and machine room controller box inspection switch. Their priority deceases one by one. If the high priority switch is valid, the low priority switch will be invalid. When push down up-run/down-run button in inspection state, elevator runs up/down at inspection speed, it will stop, if you release button. System close/open door is push-start and release-stop mode in inspection state. 3.2.2.1.2 Automation running (non-attendant) When controller box switch is on normal position, COP switch is on automation position and the other inspection switch is invalid, elevator runs in automation state. Landing call register rule is that elevator services the same direction call and elevator services the opposite direction call at the highest (lowest) floor. After leveling it automatically open door, then it will close door in delay time, which can be set in menu. If close door button is push down, door will be closed ahead of delay time. If there is landing call on current floor, door is opened automatically. When all of register calls are serviced, elevator returns to homing floor. 3.2.2.1.3 Attendant running When controller box switch is on normal position, COP switch is on attendant position and the other inspection switch is invalid, elevator runs in attendant state. In attendant state, car call is register. If there is landing call, corresponding car call light in car box will twinkle. Elevator services the same direction call. After leveling it automatically open door, but it dont close door until close door button be push down. 3.2.2.1.4 Automatically open door after power on If car box at leveling zone when elevator is powered on, door is opened automatically. 3.2.2.1.5 Automatically close door time set In automation state, elevator automatically opens door and close door in delay time when it stops. Delay time is set by open door holding time. When elevator stops for car call, delay time is T (set time); when elevator stops for landing call, delay time is T-2s; when elevator stops for both car call and landing call, delay time is 2T. 3.2.2.1.6 Open door for current floor landing call If you push down landing call button at current floor when door is closing or closed but elevator doesnt start, door will be opened automatically. Delay time is set by open door holding time. 3.2.2.1.7 Safe board or photoelectric board protection If safe board or photoelectric board acts when door is closing, closing action stops at once, door is opened and closed again. if safe board or photoelectric board action
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isnt cleared up, door isnt closed. 3.2.2.1.8 Full load lay a course and over load dont close door If there is load device, elevator responds to car call and not to landing call when it is full load. If elevator is over load, door is opened, overload light is turned on, buzzer sounds, CZ is displayed on COP and close door button is valid. It restores normally after overload is clear up. 3.2.2.1.9 Laying a course in attendant control. In attendant state, elevator responds to car call and not to landing call if pass over button is pushed down. 3.2.2.1.10 Running state display Elevator state, direction, floor, door state, load and fault information may be displayed on LCD 3.2.2.1.11 Automation control light Car box light is turned off if elevator isnt used in 15 minutes. It will be turned on after receive any call. 3.2.2.1.12 Fireman When fire switch is closed, system enters into fire state. It clears up all calls and return to fire floor open door. If elevator direction is opposite, it stops at nearest floor without open door and returns to fire floor open door. When it arrives at fire floor, it output fire signal. There are two kinds of fire mode for user to choose: a. Mode 1: elevator returns to fire floor and stops service. b. Mode 2: (a) Landing call is invalid. (b) Door is opened at fire floor. When elevator is need to start service, fireman pushes down car call button and presses close door button until door closed. If close door button is released before door closed, door is opened at once. (c) When elevator arrives at destination floor, door is closed. Fireman presses open door button until door opened. If open door button is released before door open, door is closed at once. (d) One destination floor is set every running. 3.2.2.1.13 Automatically stops for fault When elevator doesnt stop at leveling zone for fault, it should be automatically crawling to leveling zone and open door if safe circuit and inverter are both normal 3.2.2.1.14 parking When electronic lock is closed in automation state, elevator enters into parking state. Elevator doesnt respond to landing call. If there is car call, it finishes all car call service and returns to parking floor (set). Otherwise, it returns to parking floor directly.
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After it arrives at parking floor, it doesnt respond to landing call and landing call box and COP display ZT. Door is automatically closed, light is turned off and display is cleared in 10 seconds. If anybody is in car box, he press car call button or close/open door button, light is turned on. He can leave car box by push down close/open door button. Door is automatically closed and light is turned off again in 10s. When electronic lock is closed in inspection state, elevator cant return to parking floor, the other is the same as above. CPU always works in parking state, elevator exits parking state and normally runs as soon as electronic lock is opened. 3.2.2.1.15 Twins control When parallel connection of two elevators is connected by attached cables and set parameters, parallel running is realized. Its character: When there is landing call, two elevators respond to it at one time. One of them finishes the service by the rule of speediness and economy from their position and direction. Elevator efficiency is improved. When two elevators both havent service, one returns to homing floor, another stays at there. 3.2.2.1.16 Group control WVF-V may controls 8 elevators in the group control mode. 3.2.2.2 Special functions 3.2.2.2.1 Hoistway learning System can get and save the position of leveling zone and hoistway switch by hoistway learning. 3.2.2.2.2 Cancel mistake operating When passenger mistake pushing down car call button and this call is registered (light on), it can be canceled by push the button again if elevator doesnt start. 3.2.2.2.3 Prevent making trouble When elevator arrives at farthest floor and changes direction, it clears all car call registers. If it has load device, when it is light load, the number of car call is 3 at most. 3.2.2.2.4 Landing call button inset diagnose When landing call button is press for 20s, this call is invalid. The corresponding light twinkles to alarm. When the button is released, system restore normally. 3.2.2.2.5 Repeat close door After perform close door command, door inter-lock circuit doesnt put through, elevator opens door and closes it again. If the action repeats 5 times, door inter-lock circuit still doesnt put through, system stops service and display fault code. 3.2.2.2.6 Close/open door and call at machine room You can input close/open door and car call command by LCD operation. 3.2.2.2.7 Dont stop floor set
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User may set any floor not to stop. 3.2.2.2.8 Homing floor set In automation state, if there are car call and landing call in some time, elevator returns to homing floor (only one). 3.2.2.2.9 Displaying character set Displaying character may set by LCD operation, which is letter or figure. 3.2.2.2.10 Attendant select direction In attendant state, attendant has priority to choose running direction by up-run/down-run button. 3.2.2.2.11 Automatically start/stop service User may set start/stop service time by practical requirement. Time is set by 24 hours If the time of start service equates to stop service, this function is canceled. This function is valid in electronic lock is switched on, if it is switched off, elevator works at parking state. If you want elevator exit from automatically stop service, you may perform the following operation: you switch electronic lock from on to off for 1s, then you switch it on again, elevator will normally run when elevator finishes using. If you want elevator exit normal running, you switch electronic lock from on to off for 1s, then you switch it on again, elevator will enter into automatically start/stop service state. 3.2.2.2.12 Special running If elevator has special button, it may run in special state. Landing call is invalid. Elevator is controlled by attendant. Door control mode is the same as attendant mode. 3.2.2.2.13 ARD function (automatic rescue device) When ARD signal is input (default terminal is X15), elevator stop at the nearest floor at half creep speed under conditions that elevator is permitted to run. The door is opened and elevator is out of service. ARD is normally used when stand-by power is on after main power is off. 3.2.2.2.14 Automatically close door delay time (open door delay time) set Elevator has a close door delay button. In automation state, when this button is pushed down, open door holding time is open door delay time. This function is used in hospital elevator. 3.2.2.2.15 Two doors control It can control two doors act at corresponding floor. Refer to chapter 3. 3.2.2.2.16 Troubleshooting When elevator is error, Concord system diagnose fault and display fault information on LCD. The time, type and floor of the latest 10 faults is stored, maintenance can check them. Refer to appendix 2.
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3.2.2.2.17 Interference evaluation EMI is potential threaten to MCU control elevator. Contactor action and PWM generate interference to MCU unit and communication wire; even it makes system power off or mistake acting. Concord system not only takes measure to improve is resistor interference, but also evaluates system connection with ground. It conducts maintenance to remove hidden trouble and provides more safe and reliable circumstance. This function is used after finishing debugging. 3.2.2.2.18 Encoder evaluation Encoder is a component detecting elevator speed and position, which performance and installation is the key to elevator running. Many faults are generated from it. WVF-V evaluates encoder pulse and conducts maintenance to get rid of trouble of tingling and leveling. 3.2.2.2.19 input port evaluation Because traveling cable, hoistway cable and MCU unit is parallel connected, the interference cant be neglected, which may lead to display error and leveling fault. Concord system evaluates input signal and display on LCD. It conducts maintenance lay out cables and solves above problem completely. 3.2.2.3 Safety protection 3.2.2.3.1 Safe circuit protection If safe circuit is opened, elevator stops at once. 3.2.2.3.2 Door inter-lock protection Only all door inter-lock is closed, elevator runs. If door inter-lock is opened or tingled, elevator will stop. 3.2.2.3.3 Auxiliary contactor protection System may check main circuit contactor action, if there is abnormal (e.g. conglutination), elevator will stop. 3.2.2.3.4 Braking detect protection System detects brake action by braking arm switch, if brake action is error, system forbid elevator starts. 3.2.2.3.5 Terminal change direction and leveling revise When system detects terminal switch, elevator is forced to change direction and revise display. 3.2.2.3.6 Limit protection When system detects limit switch, elevator stops at once. 3.2.2.3.7 Terminal protection
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When system detects Terminal switch, system is powered off. 3.2.2.4 Optional functions 3.2.2.4.1 Far monitor You may monitor elevator running in monitor center by wire or wireless module. 3.2.2.4.2 Traction motor select System may be equipped with asynchronous/synchronous motor or gear/gearless motor. 3.2.3 Control System Combination and Installation 3.2.3.1 Control system combination 3.2.3.1.1 System structure and schematic diagram Figure 3-5 is system structure. Main board Concord is main control unit. It exchanges datum with COP and landing call box by CAN BUS. It collects datum from hoistway and safe circuit by parallel. MCU analyzes these data, and then it outputs control and answering signal to control inverter, door machine and braking device. It realizes logic function, fault diagnose and direct stop function etc.
Controller box
Power
GC-5 M PG

INVERTER BPT1

J8

32 bit Microcontrol system


J3 J9

signal from machine room

Remote control HD CA CB CC CD HC HA HB Inspecting in machine room

Car inspection station Calling Boards CC-CPU/H515 Car operating panel Hoistway switchs

Figure 3-5
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3.2.3.1.2 Control system combination Figure 3-6 is components and parts of an apparatus lay out. The position may be modified, it is only for refer to.

Figure 3 6

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a) MCU unit Concord Main board is the control system kernel, all of control instruction is sent by it. Refer to Figure 3-7.
J1 J2 J3 J4

X0X21 LED

J11
LCD

J10 J12
Esc Menu Enter

X22~X23LED Y0--Y15 LED

key

J5

J6

J7

J8

Figure 3-7
J1--J3 main board input signal X0~X21 ports port X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 position J1-1 J1-2 J1-3 J1-4 J1-5 J1-6 J1-7 J1-8 J1-9 J1-10 define Inspection input Up running input Down running input Top terminal 2 input Bottom terminal 2 input Top limit input Bottom limit input Top terminal 1 input Bottom terminal 1 input Up leveling input

layout of Concord

port X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 X15 X16 X17 X18 X19

position J2-1 J2-2 J2-3 J2-4 J2-5 J2-6 J2-7 J2-8 J2-9 J2-10

define Down leveling input Inverter fault input Fire input Emergency stop input door Inter-lock input ARD input Auxiliary contactor input Braking feedback input Re-leveling input Inverter running input

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port X20 X21

position J3-1 J3-2 J3-3 J3-4 J3-5

define Electronic lock input Stand by input

port

position J3-6

define

GND2 GND2 GND2 24V2

J3-7 J3-8 J3-9 J3-10

24Vground 24Vground 24Vground 24V X0~X21 common

J4 power and communication port port GND3 24VIN GND3 5VIN 24VOT position J4-1 J4-2 J4-3 J4-4 J4-5 0V 24V input 0V 5V input 24V output define port 1H 1L GND1 2H 2L position J4-6 J4-7 J4-8 J4-9 J4-10 define Parallel/group communication TXA+ Parallel/group communication TXA0V Landing Landing call call box/COP box/COP communication TXA+ communication TXAJ5incoluding 2 COM inputs and 2 or more outputs (COM1) Port X22 X23 X24 X25 Position J5-1 J5-2 J5-3 J5-4 J5-5 Define
110Vemergency stop input + 110V emergency stop input 110V door inter-lock input + 110V door inter-lock input -

Port

Position J5-6 J5-7 Void Void

Define

Y0 Y1 COM1

J5-8 J5-9 J5-10 Position J7-1 J7-2 J7-3 J7-4 J7-5 J7-6 J7-7

Re-leveling output Fire output Y0-Y1 common

void

J6--J7 main board digital and analog output Port Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 COM2 Y6 Y7 Position J6-1 J6-2 J6-3 J6-4 J6-5 J6-6 J6-7 Define Open door 2 contactor control output close door 2 contactor control output Open door 1 contactor control output close door 1 contactor control output Y2~Y5 common Braking control output Economical resistor Y14 Y15 COM4 Multi-speed given X2 output Multi-speed given X3 output Y10~Y15 common Y13 Multi-speed given X1 output Y12 Inverter enable output Y11 Inverter down control output Port Y10 Define Inverter up control output

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control output Y8 Y9 COM3 J6-8 J6-9 J6-10 Main contactor control output Auxiliary control output Y3~Y9 common GND3 J7-10 Analog 0V contactor VS J7-9 VB J7-8 Load offset analog voltage output Analog speed given output

J8 main unit encoder signal input Port 15VB 0VB 5VB Position J8-1 J8-2 J8-3 J8-4 A J8-5 Define 15V input 0V 5V input Void A phase (pull-push output) J9 RS232 ports which can be used in telecommuting port: Port TX2 RX2 IN OUT 0V Position J9-1 J9-2 J9-3 J9-4 J9-5 Define Communication wire TX Communication wire RX Communication control wire Communication control wire Communication wire 0V B A+ AB+ BPort Position J8-6 J8-7 J8-8 J8-9 J8-10 Define B phase (pull-push output) A +phase (drive) A phase (drive) B+ phase (drive) B phase (drive)

J10 RS485 ports which can be used in main board and inverter communication port: Port DA+ DA0V Position J10-1 J10-2 J10-3 Define Communication wire DA+ Communication wire DACommunication wire 0V

X0~X21 LED: X0~X21input signal indicator X22~X23 LED: X22~X23 input signal indicator Y0~Y15 LED: Y0~Y15 output signal indicator. b) Inverter: It is driving device and controlled by main board. c) TC1: control power transformer. It provides power for controller box. Input: 380VAC; output: 220VAC and 110VAC. d) TC2: safe light power transformer. It provides power for controller box jacklight. e) Input: 220VAC; output: 36VAC. f) Switch power: main board power. Input: 220VAC; output: 24V DC and 5VDC. It is connected to ground. Otherwise, it may work abnormally. g) KXX: phase sequence relay. h) F1-F4: breaker. F1: main power switch; F2: 110V control power switch; F3: 22V
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control power switch; F4: light power switch. i) KMC: main contactor. It controls inverter power, when it is powered, inverter works. j) KDY: auxiliary contactor. It controls circuit between inverter outputs and motor, when it is closed, the circuit works. k) KJT: emergency stop contactor. When emergency stop circuit put through, KMB is closed. l) KMB: door inter-lock contactor. When door inter-lock circuit put through, KMB is closed. m) KLZ: braking contactor. When it is closed, brake is released. n) KJR: economical resistor contactor. When it is released, economical resistor is connected. o) KKM: open door contactor. When it is closed, door machine opens door. p) KGM: close door contactor. When it is closed, door machine closes door. q) RZD: braking resistor. r) TZD: thermal switch of monitoring braking resistor. When temperature is higher than 100, it is opened. s) KER: inverter fault relay. When inverter faults, it is released (only for KEB). t) RF1: rectifying bridge. Output: 110VAC. u) D1: discharge current diode. v) RLZ: discharge current resistor. w)RJ: braking economical resistor. x) TM-M: main circuit terminal. y) CC: COP communication cable jack. z) CA: traveling cable jack. aa) CB: traveling cable jack. bb) CD: traveling cable jack. cc) HC: landing call box communication cable jack. dd) HA: hoistway cable jack. ee) HB: hoistway cable jack. ff) HD: loco mote inspection cable jack. gg) TM-A, TM-B, TM-C: 10A small circuit terminal. ee) The definite of above terminal and jack refers to schematic diagram. 3.2.3.2 System installation 3.2.3.2.1 Hoistway and traveling cable installation When you fix cables at locale, all of you can do is that you put and fix cables in hoistway. Hoistway cable include: landing call communication cable CB2, door inter-lock and hoistway signal cable CB3. CB2 is 4 cores STP. One pair (24V, 0V) is used to control unit power supply; another is used to communication cable. Both branches are connected with landing call unit by plug and jack. Cables top terminal is connected with HC in controller box. CB3 has 3 wires, two of which are connected with inter-lock switch, the others is ground wire, which should be reliably connected with conductor of door. Ground wire
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of CB3 is connected with controller box ground body. Hoistway trunk cable is connected with HA, HB, branch cables are connected with top/bottom limit, top/bottom terminal and bottom switch. All of branches are fixed interval 1.5m at same level. Car box traveling cable CB5 is 36 cores and 4core STP flat cable. When rise is higher than 70m, rope should be added to it. One terminal is connected with CA, CB, CC and CD; another is connected with C1, C2, and C3and C4. When you are welding, neuter of electric welding is connected with welding body, it is forbid that neuter of electric welding is connected with ground wire in cable; otherwise, cable may be damaged. 3.2.3.2.2 Controller box installation and connection There are 7 terminals in main circuit connector TM-M. U1, V1 and W1 are 3-phase power input. Power from distribute room input into U1, V1 and W1 through breaker, N is neuter wire. The section area of wire is determined to load. If load is 15KW motor, the section area is no less than 10mm2. U3, V3 and W3 are connected with motor coil. If they are mistook connecting, inverter will be damaged. Power cable should be separated from signal cable, if they are putted into the same slot, system may work unreliably. Cable between motor and controller box is as short as possible (<5m), the section area should be increased if output power is wasted too much. CA, CB, CC, CD, HA, HB, HC and HD terminals are plug or jack. CC and HC are serial communication port, which are connected with COP communication cable and landing call communication cable respectively. CA, CB and CD are car box power and signal cables, which are connected with traveling cable CA, CB, CC HA, HB is magnistor, safe circuit and light circuit cable, which is connected with HA, HB in CB3. HD locomote inspection box cable, it is connected with HD in locomote inspection box. TM-A, TM-B, TM-C terminal. It includes encoder, I and stand by port. There is safe circuit port in it. Refer to schematic diagram. 3.2.3.2.3 Encoder installation and connection Encoder is important detection component, which quality directly affect on system performance. Generally it is fixed at factory, if it needs to fix at locale, the following is noticed: Counter hoistway encoder is fixed at motor tail by soft cardo. It is sure of concentric degree. If it is not good, encoder steadily outputs pulse, elevator doesnt run in smooth, cardo may be damaged. To avoid slide, the nail is fix at flat besides hoistway. If cardo looses, system feedback is error and elevator tingles and dont leveling. If there isnt axostyle, nesting encoder is fixed at motor hoistway. The diameter is confirmed before ordering. To avoid damaging glass bar, it is forbid to heavy strike. Encoder doesnt tingle when motor runs. Encoder cable is rightly connected with inverter and MCU system. It will be damaged
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if connection is error. Encoder cable is putted into metal tube far from power cable. Notice: encoder shield cant be connected with motor ground wire. 3.2.3.2.4 COP installation and connection Generally, COP and control board are fixed before leaving factory, user only need to connect CB9 to car top distribute box. If distribute and maintenance is needed, refer to following: a) Communication and power COP circuit board connection and extend Figure 3-48 is circuit board connection
JP5 Communication and power J1 J2-J6
CC-CPU DV-CPU

(DH-CPU)

CC-EXT Je

CC-EXT

Je

i=1 J1 J2 J1

i=7 J2

J12 Jn1~Jn8

Figure 3-8 is circuit board connection b) COP main unit CC-CPU CC-CPU is COP main unit. name usage J1 Power and communication port J2 Open door button and answer J3 Close door button and answer J4 Open door button2 and answer (two door mode) J5 Close door button2 and answer (two door mode) J6 Open door delay button and answer J 9, J10 Input port J11 Output port J12 Serial port Jn1~ Jn8 1~8 floor car call and answer COP main unit may connect to 8 floors car call signal. When total floors is beyond 8 floors, extend board NEB-01 is connected with J12, there are 8 floors car call every extend board, extend board may connected with other extend board too, the max number is 7. c) Car call extend board CC-EXT CC-CPU is car call extend board. name Usage J1 Previous board port J2 Next board port
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Je 8i+1~8i+8 floor car call button input and answer I: extend board series No. d) Car box display unit DV-CPU (DH-CPU) When it is used in car box, J1 connects to DV-CPU (DH-CPU) J1, J2 and J3 void, address is 0. Address set refers to 3.2.3.2.5 3.2.3.2.5 Landing call and display unit installation and set DV-CPU (DH-CPU) is landing call and display unit which is set out of landing door. Refers to figure 3-9
Display unit

Down landing call &responding light JP2 UP&down station bell output JP4

JC CZ S1 JP5 JP1 JP3 UP landing call&responding light standby input &respond power and communication port

indicator light

Figure 3-9 DV-CPU (DH-CPU) sketch map

DV-CPU ( DH-CPU) ports: signal Usage JP1 UP landing call &respond light12 are up call input; 3 4 are respond output JP2 Down landing call &respond light output :1,2 are up call input ;3,4 are respond output JP3 12 Are standby input3 is 24V output4 is station bell output JP4 12 are up coming station output34 are down coming station output JP5 power and communication ports15 - 0V3 24V2 CANH4 - CANL CZ skip wire for setting up landing call &indicator address (in board) JC skip wire for setting up landing call &indicator inspection running (in board) S1 skip wire for serial communication terminal resistance(in board) a) Indicator: Indicator is composed of running direction and floor display .The display mode is selectable. aa. If the direction arrow will scroll. bb. The changing mode of the floor number: dragging screen, scroll vertical, scroll horizontal & not scroll cc. If the station light will twinkle. dd. Default modethe arrow will scroll under running and not scroll normally
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Dragging screen will change under floor running and it will not twinkle at landing station. b) Indicator light The indicator light is composed of 2 display position and 6 setting function included full loadparkingfirespecial functionoverloadinspection. c) The wiring diagram of landing call button and responding light Landing call button and responding light are connected with landing call board through JP1 and JP2.JP1 is up landing call button, JP2 is down landing call button. The wiring diagram of JP1 and JP2 refers to 3-10. The voltage of responding light is DC24V and the current should be less than 50mA. 4 3 2 1

Figure 3-10 the wiring diagram of landing call button d) Standby input and the connection of station bell Port 1 and 2 are standby inputPort 3 is 24V output. There will be low voltage impulse sustaining 0.5 seconds from port 4 at landing station. 4 3 2 1

e) The connection of up& down station lights 4 3 2

Figure 3-11 the connection of station light f) The connection of power and communication port The branches of every landing call communication cable CB2 should be inserted in JP5. g) The address settings of landing call and indicator Because the system use serial communicationevery communication unite has only one address. Under address settingit can be set by observing lattice block display and pressing AN key. Landing call/display board can be set
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according to the address of absolute landing number1~64 the lowermost address is 1,next is 2by analogy, all others can be set. Press button AN, display unit will display the unit address which has been set, press AN button and wait for 5 second ,elevator enter address setting mode . On address setting mode, press the AN button to increase the address number, it will began to another circle when the address number rise up to 64. After address setting, release the button, for 2 second the address number will blink, at same time it will be saved. S1 will be shorted. It is indicated that the terminal communication resistance is connected. Note Only the landing call/display unite of the bottom floor(the address number is 1) can be connected with terminal resistance. 3.2.3.2.6 Car top distribute box installation and connection Car top distribute box is fixed at position on car top for convenient connection and check. Generally, the cable has been distributed before leaving factory. There are GC-2, GC-3, C9, C10, car top operation box, car top switch and door machine switch terminal. You can connect cable and terminal referring to schematic. Notice: door machine control circuit is fix at car call distribute box, it may have some changes, and it is fix by manual. If door machine doesnt work normally, this part circuit should be checked and adjusted. 3.2.3.2.7 Leveling zone switch and shelter board fix Elevator needs 2 door zone switches and some shelter boards to control leveling. 2 leveling zone switches are fixed at car top; shelter boards are fixed in hoistway, which position refers to the following Figure 3-12: Leveling zone switch adopt photo electronic switch or magnistor.
Door zone shelter board Up door zone sensor

180mm

200mm

Below door zone sensor

Car sill

Car door sill

Figure 3-12 door zone switch and shelter board 3.2.3.2.8 Top/bottom terminal switch fix Elevator needs one top terminal switch, bottom terminal switch (<1.75) and
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terminal shelter board. Top/bottom terminal switch are fixed in hoistway. Terminal shelter board is fixed on car top. Top/bottom terminal switch is fix the position which distance is 2.5m (<1.6m/s) from car box sill to top/bottom hall sill. The number of terminal switch should be increased for elevator speed is faster than 2.0m/s. refer to table: terminal switch adopts contacted-less inductive switch. e.g. magnistor. 0.5m/s 1.0m/s 1.6m/s 2.0m/s 2.5m/s 4.0m/s speed
position name

Up/bottom 1m 1.3m 2.5m terminal 1 Up/bottom terminal 2 Up/bottom terminal 3 *: Top/bottom 3 is special configure.
Terminal shelter board

4m 2.5m

6.25m(*6.25m) *16m 2.5m(*4m) (*2.5m) *8m *2.5m

Terminal shelter board Up terminal sensor 500mm 500mm

Bottom terminal door sill Car box 2.5m up Top terminal door sill car box

Car box sill Car box sill 2.5m Top

down

terminal installation figure


Bottom floor door sill

bottom terminal installation figure Figure 3-13 top/bottom terminal installation figure1.6m/s

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3.2.4 LCD Display and Parameter Operation 3.2.4.1 Summary LCD is a good interface for debug and maintenance. They may set and monitor elevator running by LCD. a) Monitor elevator state: automation, inspection, attendant, fire and lock etc. b) Monitor: hoistway position, elevator speed, I/O port, fault information, load, landing call, car call and communication etc. c) Set parameters: general parameter, running parameter and special parameter d) Hoistway learning e) Save parameter f) Set new password 3.2.4.2 Key operation There are 6 keys on it, which function is defined as follow.

A U TO 1

C LO S E 0. 00m / s

E sc

M enu

E nt er

Menu: exclude hoistway learn and save parameter, system returns to main menu by striking it. Enter: enter into next menu, confirm changing parameter and instruction register :Cursor key, system enters into communication state by strike it in main menu. : Page up, increase 1 or select yes (on) key : Page down, decrease 1 or select yes (on) key

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3.2.4.3 LCD display and parameter operation flowchart

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3.2.4.3.1 Main menu

It displays current floor, running direction, running state, fault code, door lock state and running speed. Elevator state
Running direction Current floor

Fault state

Door lock state

INSP ER=10 CLOSE 1 0.00m/s

Running speed.

Elevator state: insp, manu, auto, fire, park and spci. Fault state: if there is fault, it displays ER=#, otherwise, it displays nothing. Door lock state: close and open Current floor: actual floor 3.2.4.3.2 Communication state system enters into communication state by strike in main menu. COP communication indicator System communication indicator

Car com: Sys com:

OK OK OK

Parallel connection Communication indicator

COP communication indicator: OK communication normal, ERmain board receives error (check wire and COP), if there is error, it will display number of errors. System communication indicator: OKcommunication normal, ETmain board transfer error (check landing call wire), if there is error, it will display number of errors. Parallel communication indicator: OKcommunication normal, ET/ERcommunication error (select) 3.2.4.3.3 Verify password Before you set and save parameters, you must input right password in inspection state (user password may be modify in setting password menu). If you want to set parameters in 3.3.4(b), you must input factory password, which is set before leaving factory and cant be modify. 3.2.4.3.4 Monitor menu and setting parameter menu Monitor menu, general parameter, running parameter and special parameter are basic of elevator debugging. Menu is divided into user menu and factory menu by users requirement. The flowchart is as following:

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a) User menu:

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b) Factory manu

c) Parameter explanation: aa. Monitor menu: all the interfaces are read only except floor select menu and close/open door menu.
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User menu No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 menu Call input Hoistway data Floor data Speed feedback I/O value Loading data Run report Fault report Call test Interfer apprais Encoder apprais Input apprais Software No. note It displays car call, landing call and inter select It displays top/bottom limit and terminal Leveling position and stop or not Motor speed (rpm) and elevator speed (m/s) I/O state corresponding to decimal. Current load percentage (load device is valid) Accumulated running time The latest 10 fault records Test communication between main board and landing call box Valuate EMI Valuate encoder interference and quality of pulse Display input interference Software version Factory menu Input port state Output port state COP input/output state Close/open door command User menu default range 1~64 1 1~total floor 0~999s 0~999s 0~999s

14 I/O input 15 I/O output 16 I/O car data 17 Open close door bb. General parameter No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 menu Total floors Homing floor Set time Open door time Open delay time Homing time Start time Stop time Loading setting Fire floor

3s 30s 60s 00:00 00:00 no 1

note Elevator total floors (equate to number of shelter board) Elevator return to homing floor without call Display and set system time Wait for close door in automation state Open door delay time (open door delay enable) Wait for return to homing floor time without call Start run time (electronic lock on) Stop run time (electronic lock on) Load device select Fire return floor

Factory menu 1-total floors


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11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Parking floor Input type Output type Set indication Set stop floor Open delay able Load give Break feedback 1 On Off 0~64 On No 0-10V Yes 1-total floors Electronic lock off return floor Input on 1 or 0, (limit : on1 ; off0 ) Output relay, off- open, on-close Display character Stop or not Open door delay enable Load output voltage range Yesbrake feedback; nono brake feedback Front/back door select Set every input terminal Set every output terminal Set hall call display mode

-10V10V

Door select Multi-function input set Multi-function output set Hall call display mode set

0-21 0-15

cc. Running parameter No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 menu Car speed Motor speed Pulses Insp speed Leveling speed Least speed Break on time Break off time User menu default range 1.6m/s 1~2.5m/s 1~9999 500~9999 0.3m/s 0.01~0.6m/s 0.3m/s 0.01~0.6m/s 1m/s 0.01~1.0m/s 50ms 50ms 10~9990ms 10~9990ms Note Elevator speed Motor rated speed Input into main board pulse Inspection running speed Leveling speed Min speed curve steady value Time between Release and run Time between zero speed and brake Acceleration Deceleration S time1 S time 2 S time 3 S time 4 Zero speed Leveling offset

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Acceleration B1 Deceleration B2 S curve P1 S curve P2 S curve P3 S curve P4 Zero speed Leveling adj

Factory menu 0.6 0.1~9.99 0.6 0.1~9.99 0.7 0.1~9.99 0.7 0.1~9.99 0.7 0.1~9.99 0.7 0.1~9.99 5rpm 0~9999 50mm

Elevator rated speed, motor rated speed and pulses of encoder are important parameters. They should be set by nameplate. If one of them is changed, hoistway learn must be performed before system normally runs. When main board input
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pulse is dividing frequency, number of encoder pulse is calculated pulse. Notice: number of encoder pulse > 500, gearless motor number of encoder pulse >4096. 6 kHz<f<25 kHz. e.g. encoder: 1024, 2 dividing frequency, number is 1025/2=512. The relationship between motor rated speed and elevator speed is: Elevator rated speed = (motor rated speed* traction wheel diameter*3.14*driving ratio)/(60*1000*traction ratio) e.g. motor rated speed = 1370rpm, traction wheel diameter=590mm,driving ratio = 2/53, traction ratio = 1/1; Elevator rated speed = (1370*590*3.14*2)/(60*1000*1*53)=1.6m/s dd. Special parameter No. 1 menu Door run time User menu default range 5s 0~999s Factory menu 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Factory para Twins control Group control Far monitor Two door mode Fire mode Parallel no Multi speed mode No 0 0 0 0 0 0 No 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 A/B Yes/no Restore default Select Select Far monitor enable and telephone number Select Select Parallel enable, one is A, the other is B Yes: multi speed given; no: analog given Set speed Decelerate distance Running time Note Close/open door holding time

relay

10 Multi speed give 0 0~4m/s 11 Decel distance 0 0~10m 12 Over time 45 0~999s Notice: * parameter is default parameter.

3.2.4.3.5 Hoistway learning Elevator must perform hoistway learning before its normally running.
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Hoistway Learn Esc Enter

Enter

To Down Limit

Esc

Enter to start

Enter

Enter

Hoistway Learn 01 learning.........

Esc

Success

Failure LER=01

Esc

Esc

Hoistway learn is performed in inspection state and car box press bottom limit switch. If car box doesnt locate bottom limit, to down limit is displayed, otherwise, enter to start is displayed, strike enter key, it performs hoistway learning until top limit. If it success, success is displayed, else failure ler=# is displayed. It is processed by fault encoder and repeats learning. It will exit if you strike esc key, ler=15 is displayed, it exit by strike esc again. Hoistway learn is under condition witch: a) Top/bottom limit and terminal and shelter board are fixed. b) Up/down leveling zone switch and shelter board are fixed. c) Safe circuit and lock circuit are normal. d) General parameter and running parameter are set e) Elevator may be inspected. 3.2.4.3.6 save parameter

Save para Enter


Enter Esc

Save para

Yes

Enter

Save para Waiting..........

Success

Failure

System automatically saves modify parameter if you select yes in save


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parameter menu and strike enter key. If it success, success is displayed, else failure is displayed. Please contact with factory. Notice: Modify parameter is valid at once, but if they will be lost if you dont save them 3.2.4.3.7 Password setting User may modify password.

New password Enter Enter New password Esc 0000


3.2.5 Windows operation User menu are open to all users. Factory menu are open to whom have factory password. Notice: a) When enter is displayed on bottom right corner on LCD, you may strike enter key enter into sub-interface. b) If there isnt cursor, you cant set parameter. c) When you strike enter key and cursor is displayed, you can modify parameter by and , move cursor by . Noun explanation: a) Actual floor: display floor b) Absolute floor: bottom floor is 1. 3.2.5.1 Monitor menu a) Call floor information It display car call and landing call, car call may select in menu. It will enter into the first page of monitor menu by striking key from main menu.

Call Input

Enter

Press Enter key to enter select floor


Running direction

Actual floor of the elevator

Observed actual floor Car call

I S 03:

F5

Down landing call

landing call Up

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You may select observation floor by and . and are current running direction. * twinkling represents car call, you strike enter to select car call in debugging. represents no landing call, represents landing call. F-XX is current floor. It will return to main menu by strike esc. b) Hoistway switch position It displays the position of top/bottom limit switch and top/bottom terminal. It start from bottom limit. Unit is meter.

Hoistway Data Enter

It will enter into the 2nd monitor item by strike key from instruction menu. Select item by and key.

Down terminal 1 station 1 Down terminal station 2 2

XDZ1: 002.50m XDZ2: 007.50m

Up terminal station 1 1 Up terminal 2 station 2

SDZ1: 030.00m SDZ2: 025.00m

Up limit station Down limit station

SXW1: 032.00m XXW1: 000.00m

c) Floor information The 1st line is stop information (: not stop; : stop). The 2nd line is actual position of floor.
Stop information

Observed actual floor

Floor Data

Stop Enter Enter 2: Esc Data: 010.00m


The observed floor position of

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d) Speed feedback It displays elevator and motor speed.
elevator speed Motor speed

Speed Feedback Enter Enter Esc 0.30m/s 0200rpm

e) I/O combination The data is decimal, which represents the I/O port state by corresponding binary.
Input

I/O State

Enter Enter I N : 00000322 Esc OUT: 00000322 /


Output

IN=00000322, OUT=00000322 e.g.: Decimal: IN=101000010, OUT=101000010 Binary: X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 X12 X13 X14 X15 X16 X17 X18 X19 X20 X21 X22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 Y8 Y9 Y10 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y15 Y16 0 0 0 0 0

X11 0 X23 0 Y11 0

f) Load weight Load enable must be set if you want to enter into this menu. Empty load: 0%; light load: 50%; full load: 100%.

Loading Data

Enter

Enter Loading Data Esc

80%

g) Running record It is accumulated time and times


Run hour

Run Report Enter

Enter 00000000H Esc 0000000


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h) Fault record
Fault times Fault code

Fault Report Enter

Fault floor

Enter 01ER=02 F03 Esc 02-10-10 12:12

Fault time

It records type and time of the latest 10 faults, which is selected by and i) landing call communication test
Actual floor

Call Test Enter

Enter Call Test Esc 01


OK,Wait,Fail fail Communication ok, wait,

OK

It checks communication between main board and landing call box. The number of landing call is selected by and . OK: normally communicate, Fail: fail to communicate (check landing call board), wait: testing (If the time is too long, check communication system). k) EMI evaluation When elevator is finished debugging, EMI may be evaluated in this interface.

Interfere Apprais

Enter InterferApprais Enter Esc 050

The data represents the intensity of EMI, 000 represents system is well connected to ground. l) Encoder evaluation

Encoder Apprais

Enter

Enter Encoder Apprais Esc 050

When elevator speed is steady, the data is bigger and the quality of encoder sigal
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is worse. m) Input signal evaluation input port interference
Inner state before 10 times Input state

Input Apprais Enter

01:00000000234 X01:- - - -_ _ _ _ _ _
Input port Stick-map

The bar represents input port logic level. High: 1, low: 0. If the numbers of 1 is more close to the number of 0, the interference is more intense. n) Software version It is software version.

Software No

Enter Enter Software No Esc 159

o) Input signal

I/O

Input Enter

Enter X00 X01 X02 Esc

X04 X05 X06

x03 x07

X08 X09 X10 X12 X13 X14

x11 x15

X16 X17 X18 X20 X21 X22 : input 0; : input 1; : light off ; : light on p) Output signal

x19 x23

I/O

Enter Y00 Y01 Y02 Output Enter Esc Y04 Y05 Y06

Y03 Y07

Y08 Y09 Y10 Y12 Y13 Y14

Y11 Y15

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Y16 Y17 Y18 Y20 Y21 Y22

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: output 0; : output 1(relay act); q) Car box signal

I/O-Car-Data Enter
/

Enter U00 U01 U02 Esc

U04 U05 U06

U03 U07

U08 U09 U10 U12 U13 U14

U11 U15

U16 U17 U18 U20 U21 U22


: input 0; : input 1 No. definite U00 Close door button 1 U01 Open door button 1 U02 Close door button 2 U03 Open door button 2 U04 Close door limit 2 U05 Open door limit 2 U06 Close door limit 1 U07 Open door limit 1 U08 U09 Special switch Open door delay button No. U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16 U17 U18 U19~U23

U19 U23

definite Attendant switch Stand by Not stop Full load switch Light load switch Over load switch Empty load switch (stand by) Safe board switch 2 (two door mode) Safe board switch Stand by

r) Open/close door input

Open Close Door Enter Open Close Door Enter Esc Open Close
/

Open door

door Close

Cursor is moved to open, select by enter key. : invalid; : valid. You may perform close/open action. 3.2.5.2 General parameter operation Before you set parameter, you must input right password (user password /factory password).

Input Password of 140 0000 Page 95 Enter

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When you enter into input password menu, select bit, and modify data, if password is right, it will display general parameter menu, otherwise, input password again.

Password error Enter

(Please dial the number 0086-572-3062226 to obtain the password)

General para Enter


a) Total floors When you strike enter key, bottom right corner number twinkle, you can modify parameter, then you strike enter confirm or esc cancel. Total floors are equal to shelter board in hoistway. c) Homing floor Elevator returns to homing floor, if there arent car call and landing call.

Homing Floor

c) System time Time format (24 hours): year-month-day hour: minute

Set Time 00-00-00

00:00

d) Open door holding time It is elevator open door holding time in automation state. Open door time is adjusted by the reason of stop. If there is either car call or landing call, it is this time; if there are both car call and landing call, it is this time plus 2s.

Open Door Time 000s

e) Open door delay time The open door time may be prolonged by push down open door delay switch if this function is enabled. Unit: second.
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Open Delay Time 000s

f) Return to homing floor time Automatically return to homing floor.

Homing Time 000s

g) Automatically start service time Elevator will start service at this time. (Electronic lock is on)

Start Time

Enter Esc

Enter Start Time

07:00

h) Automatically stop service time Elevator will stop service at this time. (Electronic lock is on).

Stop Time

Enter Stop Time Enter Esc 18:00

If start time is equal to stop time, this function is valid. i) Load set (only for SJT-FZ) Sometimes inverter needs load offset. If you want to get Load offset, load learn must be performed. You enter into load select menu and select yes/no. It is confirmed by enter and canceled by strike esc. Load learning is performed if you select yes.

Load Seting Enter

Enter Load Select Esc

Yes?

Light Loaded

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Enter

Full Loaded

Enter

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Light load learn: car is light loaded, then you strike enter.

Light Loaded Enter

Enter Light Loaded Esc

Learning...........

Esc Light Loaded

Success Failure
/

Full load learn: car is full loaded, then you strike enter.

Full Loaded Enter

Enter Full Loaded Esc

Learning............

Esc Full Loaded


Success or Failure success Failure Success: finish learning. Failure: fail to learn Wait: It is learning. Load device is select part, which outputs light load signal, full load signal and over load signal or analog signal. After load learning, offset voltage range and grade must be set by inverter requirement. Current load may be monitor in menu. If load learning fails, you should check load device j) Fire floor When elevator receives fire signal, it clears all call and return to fire floor.

Fire Floor

01

k) Parking floor When elevator stops service in normally running, it returns to parking floor and stops service.

Parking Floor

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l) Input logic level When input port is needed low level is valid, it is set on; when input port is needed high level is valid, it is set off. (No connection is high)
Input Type Enter

Enter Input Type Esc

X00:

ON

Close is

valid

Input Type X01: OFF

Open is

valid

Input port X0~X23 U04~U07

U17~U18 U14 U13 U15

J9-2 J9-3 J10-5 J10-6 J9-4 J9-7 J9-8 J9-6 J9-5

define Main board input port COP open door limit 1 input COP close door limit 1 input COP open door limit 2 input COP close door limit 2 input COP safe board 1 input COP safe board 2 input COP light load input COP full load input COPU over load input

Notice: ON: limit switch is constant close. OFF: limit switch is constant open. m) Output relay contactor off: constant open on: constant close. Default: off
Output Type Enter

Enter Output Type Esc

Y00:

OFF

Output Type Y01: ON

Notice: Y12 is ON for Fuji inverter. n) Indicator character Indicator character may be letter or figure.
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Enter S et I catoo ndi i S et I catoo ndi i Esc E nt er -1* 01:


Absolute floor Actual floor

S et I catoo ndi i 1* 02:

o) Stop floor Set every floor is stop or not. (ON: stop, OFF: dont stop)

Set Stop Floor Esc Enter

Enter

Set Stop Floor 1: ON

Absolute floor

Set Stop Floor 2: OFF

p) Open door delay enables It is used to set open door delay enable/disable.

Open Delay Able Esc Enter

Enter

Open Delay Able Yes or No NOYes

q) Load output voltage It is set output voltage range.

Load Give

Enter

Enter Load Give Esc

+00 +10 V

r) Brake feedback detect enable

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Break Feedback Yes

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Yes: system detects brake feedback. No: system doesnt detect braking feedback We suggest that detect switch be fixed on traction motor and feedback signal input into the system. Feedback detection is enabled. s) Two door mode

Door Select Enter

Enter Esc

Door Select nd1=x d2=x

n: floor d1: front door d2: back door x=Y: this door act x=N: this door doesnt act. For example: two door elevator, 6th floor, only front door act; 7th floor, both front door and back door act.
Door Select 6d1=Y d2=N Door Select 7d1=Y d2=Y

t) Multi-function input setting

Multi-function input can be set through X15, X18, X21.

I nput S el ect E nt er

Enter I nput S el ect Esc

X 15:

18

Enter I nput S el ect Esc

X 15:

15

I nput S el ect X 18: 21

Enter I nput S el ect Esc

X 18:

11

I nput S el ect X 21: 21

Enter I nput S el ect Esc

X 21:

13

Note: under multi-function setting you want to set one function whose input if points have been in existence system will display all input points responding to the this function. For example, provided,X15 has been set 1 up-run input after X18 , being set 1and press Enter the system will display :
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I nput S el ect X 15 be sel ed 18 ect
So if you want to set X15 as 1you must set X18 as other function input or 21 standby input Multi-function input table: Function define Function define No No 0 Inspection input 11 Inverter faulty input 1 Up-run input 12 Fire input 2 Down-run input 13 Emergency stop input 1 Up-terminal Door interlock 1 input 3 14 station 2 input Down-terminal main contactor input 4 15 station 2 input 5 Up-limit input 16 auxiliary contactor input 6 Down-limit input 17 Brake feedback input Up-terminal ARD input 7 18 station 1 input Down-terminal Inverter running input 8 19 station 1 input 9 Up-leveling input 20 Electric interlock input Down-leveling Standby input 10 21 input u) Multi-function output setting It can be set through Y0, Y1, Y2, Y3.

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O ut S el put ect Esc E nt er

Enter

O ut S el put ect Esc Y 0: 0

Enter

O ut S el put ect Y 0: 15

put ect O ut S el put ect Enter O ut S el Esc Y 1: 1 Y 1: 1

O ut S el put ect Esc Y 2: 2

Enter

O ut S el put ect Y 2: 12

put ect O ut S el put ect Enter O ut S el Esc Y 3: 3 Y 3: 3

Multi-function output table Functio define n No 0 Re-leveling control output 1 Standby 2 3 4 5 6 7 Open 2 contactor control output Close 2 contactor output Open 1 contactor control output Close 1 contactor control output Brake control output economical resistor control output

Function No 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

define Main contactor output auxiliary contactor output Inverter up-run output Inverter down-run output Inverter enable output Multi-speed1 output Multi-speed2 output Multi-speed3 output

Note: whether the port COM is suitable to the multi-function output setting. v) the display mode setting of landing call
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S how M ode E nt er

Enter S how M ode Esc A : B : C : D : 0 0 1 23


Left light

Right light

the parameter select of ABCD A 0direct arrow scroll1direct arrow not scroll B 0dragged screen1vertical scroll2horizontal scroll;3not scroll C 0:lLanding light will twinkle after changing speed1Landing light will not twinkle after changing speed. D The displayed content of left or right light on landing call board 0 load parking fire special overload inspection full 1 2 3 4 5 3.2.5.3 Running parameter operation It is used to set running parameters.

Runing para Enter

a) Elevator rated speed It is elevator rising speed, which can be set traction motor by nameplate or calculation from motor rated speed, driving ratio and traction wheel diameter.

Car Speed 1.60m/s

b) Motor rated speed It is set by nameplate.

Motor Speed 1350rpm

c) Number of encoder pulse The number of encoder pulse is inputted into main board pulse. Its range from 6kHz to 25kHz, if it is larger than 25kHz, it should be divided.

Pulses 024 PPR


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Notice: elevator rated speed, motor rated speed and pulses of encoder are the important parameters. They should be set by nameplate. If one of them is changed, hoistway learn must be performed before system normally runs. d) Inspection running speed It shouldnt be bigger than 0.6m/s.

Insp Speed 0.30m

f) Crawling speed When elevator doesnt stop at leveling zone for fault, it should be automatically crawling to leveling zone if safe circuit and inverter both restore normally. Crawling speed is range from 0.01 m/s to 0.6m/s.

Leveling speed 0.30m/s

g) Single floor running speed When elevator speed is higher than 1.5m/s, single floor running speed is different from multi floor running speed. It determines the smallest height of floor. If height is too small, speed should be reduced. It is range from 0.8m/s to 1.0m/s

Least Speed 1.00m/s

h) Ahead time for release brake Passenger will feel more comfortable by adjusting it, system may adapt to all kinds of responding time traction motors.

Break On Time 50ms

i) Braking time When System brakes, it outputs block torque by adjusting braking time. It really brakes at zero speed.

Break Off Time 50ms


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j) b1 acceleration slope

Acceleration b1 0.60m/s2
b1
k) b2 deceleration slope

Deceleration b2 0.60m/s2
b2

l) P1: s time 1

S Curve P1 0.60m/s3
SP1

m) P2: s time 2

S Curve P2 0.60m/s3
SP2

n) P3: s time 3

S Curve P3 0.60m/s3
SP3

o) P4: s time 4

S Curve P4 0.60m/s3
SP4
B1, b2, p1, p2, p3 and p4 are used to adjust running curve. Passenger will feel more comfortable by adjusting these six parameters (besides inverter parameters). Parameter is increased, curve slope becomes bigger; parameter is deceased, curve
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slope becomes smaller. Elevator can meet standards by adjusting them

p) Zero speed When elevator speed is lower than it, system regards elevator speed as zero and outputs braking signal.

Zero Speed 0005r

5/ 5 rev/second
q) Leveling adjustment When elevator stops at different position for up/down running, this parameter should be adjusted (The position of up-running is higher than down-running, this parameter should be deceased; otherwise, it should be increased.). Amplitude is half of the difference (default is 50mm).

Leveling Adj

Enter

Enter Leveling Adj Esc

50mm

3.2.5.4 Special parameter It is used to set special parameter.

Special para Enter

b) Open/close door relay holding time It is holding time of open/close door command. When there arent open door limit and close door limit, relay holding time is determined to this parameter. When there are open door limit and close door limit, it is 1 second longer than actual time.

Door Run Time 005s


/
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b) Restore default When system parameters are disorder, you can restore default to debug again.

Factory para

Enter

c) Parallel enable 1: parallel running; 0: single running.

Enter Factory para Esc

Yes?NO Yes or No

Twins Control

Enter Enter Twins Control Esc Yes / No

d) Group enables 1: group running; 0: single running. (it is only provided by custom requirement)

Group Control

Enter

Enter Group Control Esc

Mode: 1

e) Far monitor 1: far monitor; 0: without far monitor (it is only provided by custom requirement)

Far Monitor

Enter

Enter Far Monitor Esc

Yes

Call No1 024 -23787759


1

Call No2 024 -23787750


2

Call number can be set under conditions that far monitor enable. When elevator takes place fault, it will ring the telephone number. There are two numbers which can call at most. f) Two door mode There are two doors at the same floor; elevator work mode can be set by user requirement.

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Two Door mode Esc Enter

Enter

Two Door mode Mode: 0


0n

Mode 1n

Mode n=0: single floor mode. Mode n=1:two door mode, Only one door acts at every floor. Mode n=2: two doors mode, two doors act at some floors Because work mode is different, the connection of car box and landing call unit address is different. 1) Landing call box address set: n=0, 1: landing call box address is normally set. n=2: the rule of set landing call box is as following: a. 1~32 front door absolute address, 1bottom floor, max is 32, 32nd floors b. 33~64 back door absolute address, 33bottom floor, max is 64, 32nd floors If there is only one door at some floor, the other door address is vacancy. For example1: one elevator has one floor under ground, front door and back door both act. Thus front door address is 1 and back door address is 33. For example2: one elevator has one floor under ground with front door, front door and back door of ground floor both act. Thus front door address of basement is 1, back door address of basement is vacancy; front door address of ground floor is 2, back door address of ground floor is 34. 2) COP button connection n=0,1:1~N car call buttons are normally connected to COP 1~N ports n=2: N=total floors, COP 1~ N ports are connected to front door car call buttons, 1bottom floor, Ntop floors; COP N+1~2N ports are connected to back door car call 1~N buttons, N+1bottom floor, 2Ntop floor for example: elevator total floors=6, no basement, two doors at 3rd floor, only front door at the other floors. Thus 1~6 floors front door car call buttons are connected to COP 1~6 ports, back door at 3rd floor car call button is connected to COP N+3=6+3= 9 port. g) Fire mode Mode 1: only return to homing floor Mode 2: you should assure the outer device meet national standards.

Fire mode

Enter

Enter Fire mode Esc

Mode:

h) Parallel elevator number Elevator number is A or B, if parallel running enable.

Parallel No Enter

Enter Parallel Esc


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i) Multi-speed mode When some Inverter (e.g. Fuji G11UD) needs multi-speed given, this parameter is Yes, analog given is NO.

M uli peed M ode tS E nt er

Enter M uli peed M ode tS Esc


multi-speed

M ode: es D ri 0/ Y ve: 1
given

j) Multi-speed set When multi-speed given is enabled, you must set multi-speed. Refer to table: 1.0m/s
value elevator speed

1.5~1.75m/s

2.0m/s

2.5m/s

parameter

V1 V2 V3 V4 S1 S2 S3 S4

1m/s 0 0 0 1.3m 0 0 0
Enter Esc

1.5~1.75m/s 1.0m/s 0 0 2.4m 1.3m 0 0

2.0m/s 1.6m/s 1.0m/s 0 4.2m 2.4m 1.3m 0

2.5m/s 2.0m/s 1.6m/s 1.0m/s 6.5m 4.2m 2.4m 1.3m


Elevator speed

Multi Speed Give Enter

Multi Speed Give v1:1.6m/s<1350r> Multi Speed Give V2: 0.96m/s <810r> Multi Speed Give V3: 0.0m/s <000r> Multi Speed Give V4: 0.0m/s <000r>

Discounted Motor rev

V1 is max speed, V4 is min speed, and unit is m/s. When multi-speed given is set,
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corresponding motor speed is displayed on LCD. Unit is rpm. It is the data inverter given. Multi-speed given output logic is combination of Y15,Y14 and Y13. Y15(J7-8) Y14(J7-5) Y13(J7-4)
port speed

Inspection speed 0 Crawling speed 0 Low speed V1 1 Moderate speed V2 1 Moderate speed V3 1 High speed 1 Example of multi-speed output inspectionno jog
Inspection speed

0 1 0 0 1 1

1 1 0 1 0 1

Up or down run Enable Run feedback Brake opened Y13 Y14 Y15
t1 t2

t1:brake opened time ahead of schedule t2:holding time after the elevator stoppingnot be set

inspectionjogfor example YASKAWA inverter The mode Drive being 1 is the mode which has jog output and decreased time switching output. Inspection speed is only controlled by Y1.

Inspection speed Up or down run Enable


Speed feedback Brake opened

Y1
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hoistway learn or leveling
run Zero speed

Up or down run Enable


Run feedback Brake opened Y13 Y14 Y15
t1 t2

Double door entrance Door entrance (entering top landing (entering up limit under shaft learn ) under shaft learn)

protecting auto returning (the position of door entrance range is the bottom door entrance zone the same to leveling high speed

run High speed (V1) V1

Zero speed

Up or down run Enable Run feedback Brake opened Y13 Y14 Y15
t1

S1

t2

Door Change speed entrance zone

S1 is the changed speed distance under high speed run.

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Middle speed
run

Zero speed

Middle speed (V2) V2

Up or down run Enable Run feedback Brake opened Y13 Y14 Y15
t1

S2 Change speed

t2

S2 is the changed speed distance under middle speed 2.

Door entrance zone

Notewhen the system leaves the factoryafter changing the speed, the set point of zero speed the output of Y15Y4Y13 is 0is the position of single door entrance range. If it needs enter the double door range as the zero speed setting please contact with our company. if the setting mode Drive is 1 in the multi-speed functionwhen running state turns into zero speed state,Y0 is output port whose output is as the decelerated time switching . for example, for YASKAVA inverter ,when running state turns into zero speed stateit will switch decelerated time to adjust the leveling

k) Deceleration distance In multi-speed given mode, in order to avoid braking at non-zero speed and long crawling time, deceleration distance should be adjusted. Deceleration distance is different for different speed, it is determined by test.

Decel Distance Enter

Enter Decel Distance Esc

S1:

2.4m

Decel Distance S2: 1.3m Decel Distance S3: 0m Decel Distance S4: 0m
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l) Running time over The time from start to stop should be limited, in order avoid damaging by rope slides or car box blocked. If running time from bottom to top is beyond to this time, system will be stop to protect. It exits protection state, only if system is powered on again. User set it by elevator speed and height of building.

Over Time Enter

Enter Esc

Over Time 045

3.2.6 System Debugging and Running 3.2.6.1 Check before power on Electric part must be checked after it is fixed. The fellow should be noticed: a) Check connect cable refer to manual and electric schematic diagram. b) Check whether high voltage and low voltage are connected or not. Measure the resistance between different voltage circuits. c) To avoid damage inverter, check the connection between controller box power supply and motor d) Check controller box shell, motor shell car box ground wire and hall door ground wire are reliably connected to ground. e) Check connection and lay out between encoder and inverter. Check degree of concentric between encoder and traction motor. f) Elevator stops at middle leveling position g) Electronic lock switch is at on position. 3.2.6.2 Power on and check 3.2.6.2.1 Confirm the follow item before power on: a) All the breakeres in controller box are open. b) Emergency stop button is pushed down and controller box switch is at inspection position c) Car top and car box switch is at normal position d) Landing call box terminal resistor is connected. e) Check power voltage: phase voltage Vp: 3807%VAC, Vp error: Vpe<15VAC; line voltage Vl: 2207%VAC 3.2.6.2.2 Check after power on a) Closing power switch, if phase sequence relay KXX green light on, the phase sequence is right, otherwise, two of wires are exchanged, then repeat this step. b) Check voltage between terminals of TC1 in controller box, which error is no more than 7%. c) If above check is normal, you can continue doing the following step: aa) close F2: voltage between terminal 100 and 100 is 1107%VAC voltage between terminal 102 and 103 is 1107%VAC bb) close F3: voltage between terminal 200 and 201 is 2207%VAC
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Switch power voltage table: Terminal L-N 5V-G 24V-G Voltage 2207%VAC 50.1VDC 240.3VDC d) Reset emergency stop button, KJT and KMC closed, inverter work. e) If above check is normal, you can continue doing the following step: aa) Check inter-lock circuit bb) Check leveling zone signal and top/bottom limit signal cc) Check electronic lock: when the parameter of automatic start/stop elevator time is 0, if lock switch is on, insp is displayed on LCD; if lock switch is off, stop is displayed on LCD. dd) Check close/open door system. 3.2.6.3 Parameter set 3.2.6.3.1 Main control unit parameter set These parameters are set by local factual requirement. The method refers to 3.2.5 3.2.6.3.2 Inverter parameter set The parameter of inverter must be configured before elevator low speed running. The detail refers to appendix 1. We suggest that motor parameters are set by inverter learn, which refer to inverter manual. 3.2.6.4 Low speed running 3.2.6.4.1 Machine room inspection running 3.2.6.4.1.1The following must be confirmed before inspection running: a) Controller box inspection switch is at inspection position; car top and car box inspection switch is at normal position. b) Safe circuit and lock circuit are normal. Encoder is normally fixed and connected. Notice: inter-lock mustnt be short. c) KJT relay, KMB relay and KMC contactor in controller box are close after powering on. Inverter normally displays and inspection parameters are right set. LCD display INSP in work state items d) The connection between traction motor and controller box is right. 3.2.6.4.1.2 Running If the condition of inspection running is met and you push down low speed running button (up/down), elevator runs at set speed. You can the speed and direction of feedback displayed in inverter LCD. Elevator up speed is positive; its down speed is negative. a) When push down low speed running (up/down) button, if the feedback speed isnt steady or error is too big, the power of system is powered off, then phase A and phase B of encoder are exchanged. The system runs again. b) If elevator speed is steady, but the direction of running and button is contrary, two connection wires of inverter and motor are exchanged and phase A and phase B of encoder are exchanged too after power off. The system runs again. c) If the direction and feedback are right, but system is protected by Er04, phase A and phase B of encoder on main board are exchanged after power off. Then system runs again.
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3.2.6.4.2 Car top and car box inspection When machine room inspection normally runs, elevator may perform car top and car box inspection runs. If the direction of up/down button in car top and car box is contrary to elevator direction, you should inspect corresponding circuit of button and shouldnt change circuit in controller box. 3.2.6.5 Hoistway learning Hoistway learn is elevator detects the position of every floor and every switch in hoistway at learning speed. Because the position of floor is the base of elevators starting and braking and indicator, elevator must perform hoistway learn before normally running. The follow is the step: a) Elevator meets safe running conditions. b) The switches in hoistway are right fixed and connected. Traveling cables and landing call cables are right connected. Addresses are right set. c) Elevator runs to bottom limit at low speed in inspection state. d) You operate elevator by menu after entering into learn menu. Elevator runs from bottom to top at inspection speed. Learning is displayed on LCD. Success is displayed on LCD after elevator runs to top limit and stops. e) Hoistway learns is finished. The result of learning may be checked in monitor menu. f) Unit is m. if system takes place fault in the learning course, it will abort and display fault code (refer to appendix 5) g) Notice: It is success if success is displayed on LCD after it finishes learning. 3.2.6.6 High speed running Elevator may run at high speed after it successes in learning. a) Elevator runs in attendant state. b) You may select floors by monitor menu; it may run in single floor mode, double floor mode, multi-floor mode and all floor mode. c) It is confirmed that starting, acceleration, deceleration and leveling are all normal. d) If it is abnormal, you should check main unit parameter and inverter parameter. 3.2.6.7 Adjust elevator more comfortable If leveling precision is bad and passenger dont feel comfortable, first you should check mechanical system (e.g. clearance and lubricate of track, degree of tightness of rope and position of plywood etc.). Then you may adjust control part if mechanical system is good. Because inverter runs by given starting and braking curves, the curves shape, tracking error and time sequence of logic all have effect on it. 3.2.6.7.1 Adjustment of starting and braking curves

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Speed
u
p2 p3

Speed
p1

b1

b2

p4

time
t

directional Brake release set Speed

ON

ON

ON

t1

tk

tq

ts t2 tF

td

t1-running setup t 2 - direction time; t k - holding time; t2-running direction ; t s- ; tk-ahead release time; ts-constant running time;

t 1- ;

t q- tq-startup accelerating time; t d- t F- td-brake decelerating time;

tf-single running circle;

P1: beginning start-u step acceleration: curves acceleration variation ratio It is smaller and elevator is more smooth. B1: start-up step acceleration: curves speed variation ratio .It is smaller and elevator runs smoother. P2: end start-up step acceleration: curves acceleration variation ratio .It is smaller and elevator runs smoother. P3: begin braking step deceleration: curves deceleration variation ratio It is smaller and elevator is more smooth. B2: braking step deceleration: curves speed variation ratio .It is smaller and elevator runs smoother. P4: end braking step acceleration: curves deceleration variation ratio .It is smaller and elevator runs smoother. 3.2.6.7.2 Adjustment of curves track If motor feedback speed must track speed curves given well, elevator will run in smooth. Inverter establishes math model of motor by input motor parameter, by which it controls motor, so user must input right motor parameters (we suggest motor parameter learn.). Speed loop proportion gain C5-01 and integral gain C5-02 both affects tracking error. Increasing proportion gain may improve dynamic characteristic, but it may cause high frequency vibration and increase motor noise if proportion gain is too big; increasing integral gain may improve resist disturb ability, tracking ability and precision of leveling, but it may cause vibration. Generally, we adjust proportion gain at first, and then we adjust integral gain. 3.2.6.7.3 Adjustment of elevator running control time sequence Figure 4-1 is time sequence. Microcomputer unit program run by figure 4-1.User may
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adjust the time of releasing time and zero speed. Releasing time tk: tk is the delay time of output release brake command and start-up cures. This parameter adapts to traction motor acting time, which affects elevator smooth start. If it is too big, elevator will brake at start time; if it is too small, elevator will be slide at start time. Zero speed set: zero speed threshold Microcomputer judges braking time by it. If it is too big, elevator will brake at moving time, if it is too small, open door will delay. Default value is 5rpm. 3.2.6.8 Leveling precision adjustment Precision of leveling is adjusted after 4.7.1 has been finished. If you want to exact level, leveling zone sensor and shelter board are exactly fixed. When car locate at leveling position, the center of shelter board is middle of two leveling zone sensor. The fellow is adjustment step: 3.2.6.8.1 Stopping position It is assured that the stopping position up running and down running is same by adjustment of curves select, proportion gain and integral gain. 3.2.6.8.2 Adjustment of shelter board a) When elevator stops at every floor, you should measure and record the value (s) of subtract the height of door sill from the height of car box sill. (s >0, car box sill is higher than door sill; s <0, car box sill is lower than door sill) b) Adjust shelter board every floor s>0: shelter board is moved up; s<0: shelter board is moved down. c) Hoistway learns must be performed again after shelter board is adjusted. d) Leveling is checked again, if precision of leveling isnt eligible, do a-c again. 3.2.6.8.3 If elevator stop at the same position, but up leveling and down leveling isnt same, it may be adjusted by leveling adjusting menu, the default value is 50mm. If up leveling is high and down leveling is low, it is reduce; if up leveling is low and down leveling is high, it is increased, the value is s/2. If s is 20mm, adjust value is 10mm. 3.2.6.9 Terminal switch position confirming Terminal signal is forcing change speed and floor position revising signal, which is fixed at the position that the distance is 2.5m (1.6m/s) from car box to leveling position. Inspection speed is 0.3m/s and elevator runs in inspection state. It runs up (down), when it arrives at terminal it stops. The distance is 2.5m0.1m from car box sill to door sill. 3.2.6.10 Fault process 3.2.6.10.1 Machine room inspection running fault a) Safety circuit breaks. TMA-09 and TMA-10 is short connected. (Car top emergency stop 100 and 105 forbid to be connected discretionarily) b) Door lock circuit break. TMA-06 and TMA-07 is short connected. c) Up/down limit switch break. TMA-03, TMA-04 and TMA-05 is short
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connected. d) Inspection signal disconnected. TMA-11 and TMA-12 is short connected. e) Limit speed switch disconnected TMA-14 and TMA-15 is short connected. 3.2.6.10.2 Learning fault
The problem is resolved by appendix 8. If it display 2F and learning is passed when elevator depart from bottom floor, up/down leveling switch may be reverse.

3.2.6.10.3 LCD doesnt display and others are normal


You may connect 1st and 2nd pin of J12, meanwhile 3rd and 4th pin of J12 are short connected.

3.2.6.10.4 If there is other fault, you may contact us.

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4.1 General provisions This is the specification for use and maintenance of the elevator. 4.1.1 To ensure the safely working of elevators, maintenance regulations shall be set up. There shall be some persons appointed to perform the regular examination and maintenance of elevators. The examination and maintenance of elevators shall be entrusted to the qualified organization. 4.1.2 The persons who perform the regular examination and maintenance shall be experienced and familiar with the requirement of maintenance. 4.1.3 The maintenance personnel shall examine the main safety devices and the electric control equipments weekly. 4.1.4 After three months the elevators being in use, the maintenance personnel shall elaborately examine and maintain the more important mechanical and electric equipment. 4.1.5 After one year the elevators being in use, related persons shall be assembled to make technical tests, including the elaborate examination of mechanical, electric and safety devices and the degree of wear of main parts, the repair and replacing of the excessive wear parts. 4.1.6 A thorough examination shall be made in three or five years after the elevators being in use. 4.1.7 Users shall decide the thorough repair time according to the using time and the using frequency of the elevators. 4.1.8 Drivers must have high sense of responsibility, take good care of devices and be familiar with the characteristic of elevators. 4.1.9 The elevator must be stopped once faults happen. Before the elevator is brought into use, the faults shall be removed and a elaborate examination shall be made. 4.1.10 The natural or artificial lighting of the landings in the vicinity of landing doors shall be at least 50 lux at floor level, such that a user can see ahead when he is opening the landing door to enter the elevator, even if the car light has failed. 4.1.11 If the elevators have stopped for at least one week, elaborate examination and test run shall be made before reusing. 4.1.12. The faults of elevators, the examining and maintaining course shall be detailedly recorded in the logs of the elevators 4.1.13 The normal working condition and volt of the power shall be in conformity with the regulations in the elevator technical documents. 4.1.14 All metal shells of the electric equipments shall be earthed reliably. 4.1.15 There shall be fire extinguishers in machine rooms and near landing floors. 4.2 Regulations of safe operation 4.2.1 Test running shall be made daily before the elevators start to work. 4.2.2 The load in cars shall not exceed the rated load. 4.2.3 Passenger elevators shall not be used as freight elevators frequently.
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4.2.4 No inflammable and explosive matter permitted in elevators. 4.2.5 When the following faults happen, the drivers or managers shall inform the maintenance personnel immediately. The elevators may be restarted after examination and repair. a) The elevator does not move properly after the landing door and the car door close. b) Running speed changes prominently. c) The elevator moves before the landing door and the car door close. d) Moving direction is contrary to the given direction. e) Abnormal noise, violent vibration and impact are found. f) The elevator runs over the top floor with rated load. g) The safety gear operates improperly. h) The electric shock can be felt on any metal parts of elevators. i) The electric parts give off empyreuma because they are too hot. 4.2.6 The drivers or the managers shall stop the car at the main floor after use, and open the switches of the operating panel and close the landing door. 4.2.7 The following measures shall be taken in emergency. a) When finding that the safety gears have not operated in uncontrolled condition of elevator, the drivers shall keep composure and warn passengers not trying to jump off the car, and prepare mentally for the impact caused by the immediate stop. b) When the elevator stops accidentally in running, the driver shall press the button of alarm bell, and inform the maintenance personnel and help passengers leaving the car safely. 4.2.8 Before hand-winding is used, the main power switch shall be off, and also the brake shall be open by special tools. To ensure the safety, persons shall pay attention to the cooperation between the operation of the hand-winding and the brake. 4.3 The management of machine room and hoistway 4.3.1 Machine room shall be managed by the maintenance personnel and shall be not accessible to unauthorized persons. The doors of machine rooms shall be locked and a notice shall be fixed with the inscription Machine room, Access forbidden to unauthorized persons 4.3.2 The machine room shall be keep clean, dry and no fog and caustic gas. No additional goods shall store in the machine room except for the necessary tools for maintenance. 4.3.3 Outside the well, near the inspection doors, there shall be a notice stating: Elevator hoistwayDanger, Access forbidden to unauthorized persons. 4.3.4 Only the necessary elevator equipments can be fixed in the well. No water pipeline and gas line permitted in the well. 4.3.5 The main power switch shall be off if the elevator will not be used in long time. 4.3.6 The max load of the supporting beam of machine room and the lift hook shall be marked.
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3.7 In case of trap-doors, a permanently visible notice shall indicate to those using the trap-door: Danger of falling Reclose the trap-door 4.4 Processing in emergency 4.4.l Operation in emergency When top overtravel and bottom overtravel happen, passengers shall keep composure. Its very danger to push aside the car door and jump off the car. The proper operation for passengers shall be: inform the elevator managers through the communication tools in the car, and leave the car safely with the help of the professionals. Then the elevator shall be thoroughly examined and repaired. The elevator can be restarted after the faults are removed. a) In case of earthquake Microseism and light shock may not do damage to elevators, but accidents may happen to the elevators because the elevators are started in the condition of the derailment of the cars or the counterweights shoes, or the break of some parts of wires. b) In case of fire According to the degree of fire, fireman can ride fire lifts to carry passengers to the safety floor in case of fire lifts. After the fire, the elevators shall be examined strictly by professionals, and the elevators can be reused after the necessary repairs and tests. 4.4.2 Emergency electrical operation, emergency rescue, speed governor test for machine room-less (MRL) elevator 4.4.2.1 Emergency electrical operation Emergency electrical running is an inspection speed situation which the safety circuit is broken; it is convenient for trouble shooting. When the elevator is in emergency electrical operation, it moves in inspection speed, and the leveling position is controlled by manual. 4.4.2.2 Emergency rescue When the electricity is failure or elevator stops in emergency caused by troubles, if the car is not in leveling position, then the emergency rescue must be carried out which moves the car to the leveling position and let passenger(s) out. Our machine room-less elevator takes advantage of the generating characteristics of permanent magnetic synchronous traction machine, in the period of emergency rescue state, make use of contactor to short the coils of motor to limit the its rpm, it shows that the elevator Max. free falling speed without electric power is less than 0.25m/s which fits the national standard. The rescue steps: 4.4.2.2.1. Firstly, switch off the main power supply, if the door interlock signal is light to show that all the doors are closed. Secondly, open the UPS monitor power supply in order to make the monitor system work, and then pull the manual released spanner of brake or push the release button of brake to make the car move up or down toward the direction which is much heavier; confirm the direction of free falling and the leveling position through watching the monitor, the Max. free falling speed is less than 0.25m/s; reset the brake once the car arrives to the
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leveling position to stop the elevator, then open the door with trigonal key mechanically and let passenger(s) out. 4.4.2.2.2 If the car is already in the leveling position, the door can be opened directly for evacuation after the confirmation of floor No.; If the elevator stops in emergency in non-leveling position, and the car weight is equal to the C/W weight, the balance must be broke up by man which the method is to open the landing door above the car and put about 120kg sandbags on the car top (20kg per bag) to make sure that the car will slip down freely after releasing the brake by hand. 4.4.2.2.3. If the elevator stops in emergency in the position of top or bottom impaction, the door can be directly opened, and recover the elevator after electricity coming back. 4.4.2.2.4.If the car impacts the top as well as the safety gear acts, open the door by man and evacuate passenger(s) firstly; a) If the counterweight does not compress the buffer completely, the car can be lifted by the emergency electrical running so that the safety gear can be recovered; b) If the counterweight compresses the buffer completely, technicians have to try their best to climb to the car top and hang 2 manual pulleys with 2 tons capacity to lift the car to recover the safety gear. 4.4.2.2.5. If the safety gear acts as well as the car is not in the unlocking zone, technicians should confirm the car position first, then get into the car top from the nearest landing door above the car. When the landing door is opened, technicians should observe the car position carefully, and get into the car top through a ladder, then tie a 120mm steel pipe on guide rail bracket with rope. After that, hang 2 manual pulleys with 2 tons capacity on the steel pipe where are closed the guide rail as near as possible to reduce the bending stress borne on steel pipe. Pull the manual pulleys until the car arrives to a right position where the safety gear can be recovered. Then remove the manual pulleys and steel pipe, and take all the tools out of landing door, recover all switches in safety circuit, close the door, and evacuate passenger(s) as per 4.4.2.2.1. Caution: Before emergency rescue mentioned above, technicians should inform the passengers through intercom that rescued is processing, calm down, doing nothing except staying inside the car away from car door. During the rescue, technicians should insure that there is no one in the shaft and on the car top, and all the landing doors must be closed. For the purpose of safety, every word among the technicians should be repeated twice to confirm the contents 4.4.2.3 Speed governor test Because the speed governor of machine roomless elevator is installed in the shaft, technicians can not touch it directly, the test have to be done by remote control. 4.4.2.3.1 Firstly, turn the emergency electrical switch FXS to the position of emergency, and short the safety switch of speed governor; 4.4.2.3.2 Press the slow down FMX button, and turn the set/reset switch FXS to set position so that speed governor acts and causes the safety gear acting at once which makes the elevator stop; turn the set/reset switch FXS to reset position to recover speed governor.
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4.4.2.3.3 Press the slow up FMX button to move the car up to reset the safety gear. After that turn the set/reset switch FXS to 0 position. Caution: After all operation above, the elevator will not perform in normal unless it is moved to the bottom floor to correct the indication. During normal state, all the switches on inspection panel must be on normal position! 4.5 Details of maintenance 4.5.1 Precautions of maintenance The maintenance shall be made only by the professionals. This product adopts computer control system, and the maintenance shall be made carefully. 4.5.1.1 The following rules shall be abode in maintenance of elevators. 4.5.1.1.1 No passengers or freights allowed. Visible notices shall be hanged near the landing doors to indicate that the elevator is in maintenance condition. 4.5.1.1.2 Switch off the corresponding switch: a) The main power in machine room shall be switched off. b) The inspection switch on the car top shall be switched on. c) The emergency switch in pit and the safety switch of tension device of overspeed governor shall be open. 4.5.1.1.3 The operation shall be made by masters cooperating with assistants. 4.5.1.1.4 If the cooperation of drives is needed, the drivers shall be concentrated and obey the commands of the maintenance personnel.. 4.5.1.1.5 The actions of leaning into the well from outside and standing on car top or on sill with one leg in the car and the other outside the car are strictly prohibited. 4.5.1.1.6 The actions of dragging or pulling the cables in well are strictly prohibited to avoid the breaking of the cables. 4.5.1.2 Pay attention to the following in maintenance. Using stick type megohmmeter is strictly prohibited instead of battery type high-volt megohmmeter. 4.5.2 Maintenance of control system 4.5.2.1 Adjustment and maintenance of mechanical and electric system 4.5.2.1.1 If there is starting impacts, the brake may not release fully, or the brake lining may not out of the right place, or there may be friction between the brake lining and the brake drum. Therefore, the impact may be caused in above situations. The installing position of guide shoes shall also be confirmed. 4.5.2.1.2 If there is vibration during running, It shall be confirmed that if there is friction between the brake lining and the brake drum and if the ropes are stretched. Sometimes the different height at the joints of two rails may cause vibration too, please do not confuse this condition with the vibration caused by electric system. 4.5.2.1.3 The following examination shall be made if the leveling is abnormal: a) Check the position of the photo-electrical switches b) Check the wiring of the photo-electrical switches 4.5.2.1.4 See the explanation of parameter codes displayed on PCB controller and inverter in the technical documents of this product.
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4.5.2.1.5 The dust inside and outside the control box shall be cleaned in maintenance. Check if the wire connectors and the wire terminals get loose contact, and if the soldering points separate. All the bolts shall be fixed tightly. 4.5.3 Examination of weighting device. 4.5.3.1 Weighting device is installed between the lower beam of the car frame and the car bottom. The rubber of weighting device, which is pressed by the car, shall be examined for its age and deformation. The weighting device shall be adjusted every year 4.5.4 Examination of traction machine 4.5.4.1 Traction machine Lubricating instructions refer to handbook. 4.5.4.1.2 Check if there is abnormal noise in running, if there is vibration in stopping. The bearing shall be replaced if it produces uneven noise or impact sound. 4.5.4.1.3 The gear case and the case base, the case base and the supporting beams shall be fixed tightly by bolts. 4.5.4.1.4 When some parts needs to disassembled, the car shall be slung using steel wire ropes from the car top. Make the safety gear clamp the guide rail, supporting the counterweight with beam wood in pit, taking off the ropes from the traction sheave. 4.5.4.2 Brake Maintenance of the external opposed shoe brake refer to the handbook 4.5.4.2.1 If the brake needs to release by hand, the professional tools (Accessory) can be used to finish the operation. 4.5.4.2.2 Check the appearance of brake, brake linkage, brake shoes and brake drum to make sure that if there are deformation, loosing and crack. 4.5.4.3 Traction motor 4.5.4.3.1 Due to the wear of bearing, the air clearance between the stator and the rotor distributes unevenly along the circular, therefore the noise will be produced. The bearing shall be replaced in such condition. 4.5.4.3.2 Clean out the dust on each part; check the housing of the motor. 4.5.4.3.3 Check the anchor bolts of the motor, hoistway conjunction bolts and other bolts, and making sure their tightly fixing. 4.5.4.3.4Check if the wire junctions get loose contact, and if the hose pipes and the junctions get loose or even breaks. 4.5.4.3.5Check if there is abnormal sound and abnormal vibration. 4.5.4.4 Traction sheave 4.5.4.4.l The uneven tension of the traction ropes causes the deferent wear of the groove of the sheave. If the distance from the top of the traction ropes (along the diameter direction) to the edge of the traction sheave exceeds 1.5mm, the groove of the sheave shall be reshaped by lathe tools, or the traction sheave shall be replaced. 4.5.4.4.2 To avoid the sliding between the ropes and the grooves of the sheave, when the gap between the ropes and the groove bottom is 1 mm about, the sheave
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shall be replaced or be reshaped by lathe tools. When reshaping, the thickness of the sheave edge under the undercut shall no less than the diameter of the rope. 5.4.4.3 Check if the vertical deflection of the sheave exceeds 2mm. 4.5.5 Examination of speed governor. Notice: maintenance refer to handbook of Bi-directional speed governor 4.5.5.l The action of speed governor shall be smooth and reliable. As to rolling bearing, it shall be infused with lithium base grease every year. 4.5.5.2 Keep the tension device in working condition, and checking the reliability of broken rope safety switch. 4.5.5.3 If the elongation of speed governor rope exceeds the allowed value that causes the open of control circuit, the rope shall be cut down. 4.5.5.4 The speed governor rope shall be replaced if it is badly worn. 4.5.5.5 Check the wear degree of sheave, groove, hoistway lining and hoistway of speed governor and the rotation of centrifugal impeller head. 4.5.5.6 Check whether the iron to nip the rope is in the right place. 4.5.5.7 Simulate speed governor test (specialty test) shall be made every year. 4.5.6 Check and adjust the elevator door and the automatic mechanism. Notice: maintenance refer to handbook of 3201-hydra 4.5.6.1 Infuse lithium base grease into bearings of pendulum bars regularly. Clean them every year. 4.5.6.2 Adjust the tension of traction belt. If the traction belt slide happens because its stretch has made the tension reduce during using, and adjusting the bolts in the base of motor to make the tension of the driving belt proper. 4.5.6.3 The action of door safety edge and the photo-electric safety device shall be agile and reliable. The collision force of safety touch panel shall be less than 5N. 4.5.6.4 The elevator door could be opened by hand interiorly if the elevator stops running because of power cut or electric system failure. The force of opening the door shall be in 200-300N. 4.5.6.5 Only when the car door is closed completely and the safety switch is turned off does the elevator run. 4.5.6.6 Clean the door guide rails every week, and brushing machine oil on the rails to make the door move smoothly without bounce and noise. The hung door roller shall be replaced if the abrasion of excircle diameter has reached to 3 mm. The tightness of the link bolts shall be examined frequently. 4.5.6.7 The resistance of moving the single door from the center to each direction shall be less than 3N before assembling the linkage equipment. 4.5.6.8 Clean the dust and the dirt on every part and polish the door guide rail. 4.5.6.9 Check if the door safety edges, the microswitches, the door vane, the light magic eye, and the switches of door safety lock run normally (i.e. floor Safety edges are pressed 2.5~3.0 mm and the microswitches are been turn on.) 4.5.6.10Check and clean the door motor. 4.5.6.11Check if there is abnormal noise in every part, and check the temperature of the door motor.
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4.5.7 Examination of safety gears. Notice: maintenance refer to handbook of progressive type safety gear 4.5.7.1 Brush the lubricating oil on the rotation joints of driving lever every 2 months and brush lithium base grease on rolling or sliding parts in the jaw opening to prevent rust and to make its action smooth and reliable. 4.5.7.2 Generally, the clearance between the wedges of the safety gear and the working surface of the rail is 4 mm. Each clearance shall be similar. 4.5.7.3 If the movable parts are loose. 4.5.7.4 Probing driving lever by hands after the machine stops. Check whether it is abnormal or not. After examination, restore every part and measuring clearance between parts to be sure they are in normal. 4.5.8 Examination of guide rails and guide shoes. 4.5.8.l Lubricate oil shall be added to automatic lubricating equipment every week. No.100 lubrication (Refining mineral oil) is available. 4.5.8.2 Check the abrasion of sliding guide shoes. The shoes shall be replaced when the abrasion of pads reached to 1mm to prevent interspaces between guide shoes and rails to become big enough to make the elevator swing when running. 4.5.8.3 If the surface of rails is coarse because of long time use or bad lubrication, or if the surface is damaged by safety gears, the rails should be polished before reusing. 4.5.8.4 Guide rails equipment shall be examined elaborately every year to be sure they are not in distortion or loose. Examiners stand on the car top and make the car run slowly from top to bottom to examine and screw down all bolts of pressure plates, joints and supporting frame. Check whether the soldering points are sealed off. 4.5.8.5 Clean the guide rails and add oils properly. 4.5.9 Examination of buffers Notice: maintenance refer to handbook of hydraulic contact buffer WHB 4.5.9.1 Buffer oil: freezing point shall be below 10. Recommendation: GALTEX HD68 hydraulic oil. The oil level shall be above the lowest oil level. 4.5.9.2 Examination of oil level and the leakage of buffers shall be made every two months. Complementing oil, fixing all the bolts, cleaning the outer part of the plunger with gasoline and, brushing rust-proof oil on bolts (Buffer oil is also available) 4.5.9.3 The examination of the return of the buffer to the normal position shall be made every year. The buffer is pressed to the full compression position with low speed. The time from releasing the buffer to the return of the buffer to the normal position shall be less than 90 seconds. 4.5.10 Examination of mechanical and electric device of landing door 4.5.10.1 Mechanical and electric device of landing door: Check if there are faulty connections between the conducting strip and the contact, if the spring tab of the contact can return to the normal position, if the riveting points, soldering points and gluing points get loose, if the lock hook, the arms and the rollers can operate smoothly. The bearings shall be infused with lithium base grease and cleaned every year.
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4.5.10.2 Landing door 4.5.10.2.1 Check the hung door roller every month, and it shall be replaced if the abrasion of excircle diameter has reached to 3 mm. Check if the bolts get loose. Clean the door rail every week. 4.5.10.2.2 Pushing aside the landing doors from outside by hand is prohibited. 4.5.10.2.3 Adjust the eccentric wheels of the hung door rollers to keep a clearance of 0.5mm to the bottom of the door rail. 4.5.10.2.4 The pendulum rod roller shall be infused with lithium base grease every year. 4.5.10.2.5 Check the tightness and the wear degree of the rope, and the action of the hanging weight and other movable parts(including the clearance, and the travel length). 4.5.10.2.6 Clean the electric junction and keeping well contacting and normal action. Examining the rollers of door knife, the rotating parts and the position lock if they work properly. 4.5.10.2.7 Examining the wear degree of door shoes, and the tightness of all bolts. 4.5.11 Examination of hoist rope 4.5.11.1 Check frequently if the tensile forces of hoist ropes are even, and keep the error less than 0.5% of the average of the tensile forces. 4.5.11.2 The hoist ropes shall be replaced if the one of the following happens: a) The broken wires are distributed evenly in ropes, and the maximum number of broken wires exceeds 32 in one pitch of the rope. b) The broken wires are distributed in one or two ropes, and the maximum number of broken wires exceeds 16 in one pitch of the rope. c) There are heavily wear and rust on the hoist rope surface. d) The worn rope has a diameter less than 90% of the original ropes. 4.5.11.3Check the length of hoist ropes. (The distance from the car frame bottom to the top of the buffers is no less than 150mm) 4.5.12 Examination of compensating device 4.5.12.l If the elongation of compensating ropes exceeds the allowed value, the ropes shall be shortened. 4.5.12.2 If the compensating chains produce noise in running, the silencing ropes shall be checked if they are broken. 4.5.13 Examination of traveling cable 4.5.13.1 Check if there are foreign bodies contacting the cables and if there is wears on the surface of the cable. 4.5.13.2 Check if the cables twist together and lean to one side, and if the cables are swinging and are dragged on the ground during running. 4.5.13.3 The cables shall have a least distance of 60mm to the ground of the pit when the car parks at the lowest floor. 4.5.14 Counterweight 4.5.14.1 Clean the counterweight, and examining if the bolts are fixed tightly. 4.5.14.2 Check the wears of the counterweight sheave, and adding grease properly. 4.5.14.3 Check whether the press plate of the counterweight is fixed tightly or not,
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and whether the bolts of adjusting block of counterweight frame are fixed tightly or not. 4.5.15 Hoistway cleaning 4.5.15.1 Clean up all garbage on the top cover of the landing door or in the well, oily soil, water, and etc, which may affect machine. 5.15.2 Clean the prominence in hoistway, which may impact the cabin and counterweight while they are moving. 4.5.16 Check all hasps, trunking, and connection box. 4.5.16.1 Check the button box of the car, the connection box of car cables, the middle connection box and all the wire connectors of control boxes (including power wires, power switch junctions, and the connection of motor), and cleaning the wire connectors. Check if the wire connectors have rusted and the wire number labels have missed. 4.5.16.2 Check all hasps, trunking, and connection box in the machine room, on the car top, on the car bottom and in the well if they get loose and miss covers.

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Appendix 1 YASKAWA G7A Inverter Experienced Parameter Setting Table
1. Key Menu key: display menu Esc key: exit menu key: select bit , key: select menu and modify value data/enter key: confirm 2. set The following table is only for refer to. No. parameter name 1 A1-00 Language select 2 B1-01 Speed instruction select 3 B1-02 Running instruction select 4 B1-03 Stop method select 5 C1-01 Acceleration time 1 6 C1-02 Deceleration time 1 7 C1-03 Acceleration time 2 8 C1-04 Deceleration time 2 9 C2-01 begin Acceleration characteristic time 10 C2-02 End Acceleration characteristic time 11 C2-03 begin deceleration characteristic time 12 C2-04 end deceleration characteristic time 13 C5-01 ASR proportion gain 1 14 C5-02 ASR integral gain 1 15 D1-17 Inspection frequency instruction 16 E1-01 Inverter input voltage 17 E1-04 Max output frequency 18 E1-05 Max voltage 19 E1-06 Base frequency 20 E1-09 Min output frequency 21 E2-01 Motor rated current 22 E2-02 Motor rated rotated difference 23 E2-03 Motor empty load current 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 E2-04 F1-01 F1-02 F1-10 F1-11 H1-01 H1-02 Motor poles PG constant PG open action Speed value Speed over deflection testing timer Terminal S3 function select Terminal S4 function select
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value 0 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 2 2 0 0 0 0 10 0.35 200 380 50 380 50 0 * * * * * 1 30 1 24 F

note

nameplate Nameplate Rated current 35-40% Nameplate By encoder

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31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 H1-03 H1-04 H1-05 H1-06 H1-07 H1-08 H1-09 H1-10 H2-01 H3-01 H3-02 Terminal S5 function select Terminal S6 function select Terminal S7 function select Terminal S8 function select Terminal S9 function select Terminal S10 function select Terminal S11 function select Terminal S12 function select Terminal M1-M2 function select Terminal A1 logic level select Terminal A1 input gain F F F 9 F F F F 37 0 100%

By analog voltage and elevator speed set

42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

H3-03 H3-04 H3-05 H3-06 L3-04 L5-01 L8-05 L8-07 O1-01 O1-02 O1-03 O1-04

Terminal A1 input offset Terminal A3 logic level select Terminal A3 function select Terminal A3 input gain Drop speed function of deceleration select Reset times Input phase lost protect Output phase lost protect Monitor select Monitor power on select Speed instruction select Frequency instruction unit

0 1 14 100% 0 5 1 1 5 1 * 0

Motor poles

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Appendix 2 (For MRL only) 1. SIEI Inverter Experienced Parameter Setting Table
1. Key Menu key: display menu Esc key: exit menu key: select bit , key: select menu and modify value data/enter key: confirm 2. Set The following table is only for reference. Driving Data No. parameter name 1 1380 Main voltage 2 1350 Ambient temp 3 170 Switching freq 4 1880 Spd ref/fbk res Motor data STARTUP/SETUP MODE/Motor data No. parameter name 1 670 Rated voltage 2 690 Rated current 3 700 Rated speed

Unit V C HZ rpm

value 400 40 8 0.03125

note

Unit V A Rpm

value 380 17.4 96

930

Pole pairs

10

990

Torque constant

Nm/A

40.460

6 7 8

775 970 775

EMF constant Stator resist LsS inductance

V*S ohm H
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0 0 0

note These parameters should be accord with data marked on the nameplate of synchronous traction machine and input the data according to the nameplate. Note: this parameter is the number of pole pairs and should be the half of the pole number. P=120f/N f: rated frequency N: rated rev This parameter is the ratio of rated torque to rated current. Such as 704/17.4=40.460 Please set it as 0 if the parameter is not marked on the nameplate.

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Mechanical data STARTUP/SETUP MODE/Mechanical data/ No. parameter name Unit 1 1015 Travel units sel 2 1002 Gearbox ratio N/A 3 1003 Pulley diameter mm value note Millimeters 2 These parameters should be 400 accord with data marked on the nameplate of synchronous traction machine and input the data according to the nameplate. 96 Same as rated rev

1885

Full scale speed

rpm

Weights STARTUP/SETUP MODE/Weights/ No. parameter name 1 1004 Cabin weight 2 1005 Counter weight 3 1006 Load weight 4 1007 Rope weight 5 1011 Motor inertia

Unit Kg

Kgm

value 1~3

1012

Gearbox inertia

Kgm1

0.5~3

note These parameters should be set by actual elevator load, Counter weight = Car weight+45% Car load The bigger the power of motor is, the bigger the parameter is. If there is a gear box, it could be set as 0.5. If there is any remark, set it by remark. This parameter generally marked on the gear box. If it is gearless, set 0.

Encoders configure STARTUP/SETUP MODE/Encoders configure No. parameter name Unit 1 1940 Speed fbk sel 2 1925 Std enc type 3 1890 Std enc pulses prr 4 1931 Std dig enc mode 5 1927 Std enc supply V

value 0(Std encoder) 4(Sinusoidalsincos) 2048 0(FP) 0(5.41)

note These parameters is for encoder HEIDENHAIN 1387,487. See wiring diagram. If the wiring distance is long and there is interference, increasing voltage should be considered.

BU protectlon
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STARTUP/SETUP MODE/Drive data/ No. parameter name Unit 1 1700 BU control 2 1740 BU resistance Ohm 3 1710 BU res cont pwr kw value 1(below 55kw) 26 2 note 5.5KW 7.5KW 68 1.5KW 11KW50 2KW 15KW25 4KW 18.5KW 22KW 16.7 6KW 30KW11 9KW

Speed profile TRAEVL/Speed profile No. parameter name 1 7110 Smooth start spd

Unit rpm

value 0

2 3 4 5 6

7061 7062 7063 7066 7067

Multi speed1 Multi speed2 Multi speed3 Multi speed6 Multi speed7

150 150 72 800 1000

note No need to set this parameter Default=0 Set by mainboard characteristics

Ramp profile TRAEVL/Ramp profile No. parameter name 1 8046 MR0 acc ini jerk 2 8040 MR0 acceleration 3 8041 MR0 acc end jerk 4 8047 MR0 dec ini jerk 5 8042 MR0 deceleration 6 8043 MR0 dec end jerk 7 8044 MR0 end decel

Unit rpm/s rpm/s rpm/s rpm/s rpm/s rpm/s rpm/s

value 380 520 550 500 550 450 280

note Set them to achieve comfort, generally it is 1500mm/s. These jerk values can change the S curve. The bigger these values are ,the smaller the S curve is.

Lift sequence TRAEVL/Lift sequence No. parameter name 1 7100 Cont close delay 2 7101 Brake open delay 3 7102 Smooth start del 4 7103 Brake close dly 5 7104 Cont open delay

Unit ms

value 400 400 1000 1000 248

note

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Spd reg gains TRAEVL/Spd dreg gains No. parameter name 1 3700 SpdP1 2 3701 SpdI1 3 3702 SpdP2 4 3703 SpdI2 5 3704 SpdP3 6 3705 SpdI3 7 3720 Sped 0 enable 8 3722 Sped 0 P gain% 9 3723 Sped 0 I gain% 10 2380 Prop filter Speed threshold TRAEVL/Speed threshold No. parameter name 1 3726 Spd 0 ref thr 2 3727 Spd 0 ref delay 3 3724 Spd 0 speed thr 4 3725 Spd 0 spd delay 5 6 3706 3707 SGP tran21 h thr SGP tran32 I thr Unit value 10 10 10 10 10 10 3(Enable at start) 30-50 30-50 3.0 note These parameters are generally set by high-speed, median-speed, low-speed and zero speed. But basic parameters should be regulated according to the site situation.

ms

Unit rpm ms rpm ms

value 2 500 2 500 85 5

7 3708 SGP tran21 band 4 8 3709 SGP tran32 band 05 REGULATION PARAM REGULATION PARAM/Spd regulator/Percent value No. parameter name Unit value 1 2075 Spd P base value A/rpm Max 2 2077 Spd I base value A/rmp Max

note This parameter means any speed below it will be considered as zero speed. It is used for inverter inner calculation. These parameters are the division of three speed bands(high speed, median speed, low speed).21H is the division of high and median speed. 32I is the division of median and low speed. The band of PI linearity change at division

note Generally the bigger the value is, the easier to regulate, but it should be set according to the characteristics of traction machine and inverter. If both are of high quality, it could be set a little bigger.

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3. Troubleshooting The following table is only for reference No. code note 1 Power supply failure Inverter inner fault may cause it Failure supply 2 process Check the power Reset and restart .If this fault still cant be solved, please contact SIEI agent. DC circuit voltage is below 65% of rated If it is temporarily power voltage. brake-off, please reset and Equipment power failure restart again. Inverter inner fault may cause it Check equipment input If the equipment power is normal but inner has fault, please contact SIEI agent. DC section voltage is above 35% of rated Regulate the deceleration value. time. Deceleration time is too short Equipment is influenced by over voltage peak Inverter detects fault action in IGBT Reset and restart. If this fault bridge and gate driver. still cant be solved, please Interference contact SIEI agent. Elements invalid Inverter detects over current in motor Check load output(>4*In) Check cable Instant heavy load Check motor specification Motor and cable are short-circuited Motor is unsuitable Current detection find the sum of the Check motor and cable phase current is not zero Insulation of motor or cable is invalid. Encoder failure may cause ground fault Connection fault of regulation board and Check XTA terminals current transformer connection IGBT module is too hot Fan failure, power elements IGBT failure Cycle of overload current is too short GBT module is too hot. Fan failure, power elements IGBT failure Cycle of overload current is too short Inverter detects motor overheat through Decrease motor load motor temperature module. If motor doesnt overheat, Motor overload check temperature module.
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Under voltage

3 Over voltage

4 IGBT Desaturat 5 Inst Over current 6 Ground fault 7 Curr fbk loss 8 Module OT 9 Heatsink OT 10 Motor OT

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11 Ambient temperature is too high Heatsink S OT Fan failure Heatsink is too dirty. Regulation board temperature is too high. Regulation S Ambient temperature is too high. OT Intake air S OT 14 15 Cont fbk fail Commcardfault 16 Appl card fault 17 18 19 20 21 22 Drive overload Motor overload BU overload Data lost Brake fbk fail Sequencer 23 24 25 Door fbk fail Over speed IGBTdesat repet 26 WatchDOG user External fault Spd fbk loss Inverter detects fault action in IGBT Reset and restart. If this fault bridge and gate driver. still cant be solved, please Interference contact SIEI agent. Elements invalid Interference fault Reset and restart. If this fault Elements invalid still cant be solved, please contact SIEI agent. Detecting external fault in digit input Check external circuit and elements Encoder is not connected Check encoder Encoder connection is incorrect Inverter overload Motor overload Brake unit overload Appl card readin failure Cooling airflow temperature is too high Fan failure Intake is blocked Main contactor failure of inverter Inverter communication failure Check cooling airflow Check if heatsink is dirty Check ambient temperature Check ambient temperature Check cooling airflow Check fan Check intake Check main contactor Restart, If this fault still cant be solved, please contact SIEI agent. Reset and restart, If this fault still cant be solved, please contact SIEI agent. Decrease motor load

12

13

When equipment is power on and reset, connected input is 24V

27 28

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Appendix 3 System Troubleshooting
The following table is only for reference No. code note 1 Er1 2 Er2 door Inter-lock fault circuit open 3 4 Er3 Er4 process

Er5

Er6

7 8 9 10 11

Er7 Er8 Er9 Er10 Er11

Check door inter-lock circuit and door vane Inverter fault Check inverter fault code Elevator direction is contrary to 1. Exchange A and B instruction: a. main control unit A,B 2. Change motor phase sequence pulse reverse, b. elevator direction inverse System doesnt receive feedback 1. Check brake-detection switch signal after outputting brake release and its connection. signal 2. If there isnt such switch, brake feedback is ON Leveling zone signal is constantly Check leveling zone signal circuit input to system during elevator and inductive leveling switch running. Pulse nos. input to main control Check pulse input circuit and board is less. encoder connection KDY action instruction is different to feedback Emergency stop circuit break off System doesnt receive leveling zone signal when elevator pass the leveling zone. Overpass top limit Overpass bottom limit Floor nos. counter error. When such error happens, elevator returns to bottom floor and adjust position. Check KDY output, feedback circuit and KDY contactor Check emergency stop circuit Check leveling zone signal circuit and inductive leveling switch Check encoder and related circuit Check encoder and related circuit 1. Check encoder or related circuit. 2. Check leveling zone switch circuit 3. Typical fault: leveling zone switch tingle or rope slide

12 13 14

Er12 Er13 Er14

15 16 17

Er15 Er16 Er17

18

Er18

Main control board output running instruction, but it doesnt receive inverter running signal Floor nos. count value error. When such error happens, elevator returns to bottom floor and adjust position.
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19 Er19 The running distance is not enough for speed change; Or the elevator havent performed self-learning after terminal switch position change. When elevator run to the top floor or bottom floor and it get deceleration instruction, but it donest decelerate. Running time exceeds set time 1. Decrease the speed for only running one floor make the running curve steep 2. Perform shaft self-learning 1. Increase inverter ratio;check if the braking resistance is suited 2. Slow the running curve 3. Perform shaft self-learning 1. Check the related parameters setting in inverter. 2. Check if there is any rope slide or cabin block. 3. Check Over Time setting. Check inspection switch and related circuit Check leveling zone signal circuit and inductive leveling switch Set proper speed change distance by running speed

20

Er20

21

Er21

22 23 24

Er22 Er23 Er24

25 26

Er25 Er26

27

Er27

28

Er28

29

Er29

Inspection signal is input at High speed running One of the two leveling zone signal inputs is invalid When adopting Multi-speed, set distance for speed change is too short. Thermal protection, braking Check thermal switch state resistance or motor overheating Door inter-lock contactor state is Check door interlock contactor different to circuit state circuit and contact state, the related input port on the main control board. Emergence stop contactor state is Check emergency stop contactor different to coil circuit and contact state, the related input port on the main control board. Top or bottom terminal/sub-terminal Terminals switch signal is valid switch adhering even elevator is not at the terminal position. Check terminal signal. Communication signal interference is 1. earth the sytem to eliminate the too intense interference 2. Inspect the COP, HOP and their CAN circuit.

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Appendix 4 Troubleshooting while Hoistway Learning
The following table is only for refer to. No. code note 1 LER=0 System running protection 2 LER=1 Pulse input phase reverse 3 LER=2 Bottom terminal 1 input repeat 4 LER=3 process Strike esc, check fault record Exchange A phase and B phase Bottom terminal 1 fixed in error or tingle Bottom terminal 1 lost (>2m/s) Arrive at bottom Terminal 2 before bottom terminal 1 or bottom terminal 1 lost Bottom terminal 2 input repeat Bottom terminal 2 fixed in (>2m/s) error or tingle Bottom terminal 2 lost (>2m/s) Arrive at top Terminal 2 before bottom terminal 2 or bottom terminal 2 lost Top terminal 2 input repeat (>2m/s) Top terminal 2 fixed in error or tingle Arrive at top Terminal 1 before top terminal 2 or top terminal 2 lost Bottom terminal 1 lost Arrive at bottom Terminal 2 before bottom terminal 1 or bottom terminal 1 lost Top terminal 1 input repeat top terminal 1 fixed in error or tingle Top terminal 1 lost Arrive at top limit before top terminal 1 or top terminal 1 lost Learn No. of total floors error Check total floor set and shelter board fix Two leveling zone switch without Shelter board cant shield two overlap switch, or lost one switch Strike esc cancel it Strike esc key Leveling zone 1 and 2 input at the The wire is connected together same time Save data in error Contact with us Arrival at top limit, two leveling zone Top limit is fixed too low signal input It is move down Bottom limit is fixed too high It is moved up Top terminal 2 lost (>2m/s)

5 6

LER=4 LER=5

7 8 9

LER=6 LER=7 LER=8

10

LER=9

11 12

LER=10 LER=11

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

LER=12 LER=14 LER=15 LER=17 LER=18 LER=19 LER=20

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