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ACD Controller Running on PCB Software Version Wiring Diagram

TCBC GAA26800KA or higher GAA30781AAE or higher

OVF20CR (MCBIIIX) GBA 26800 KV3 / KV4 / KV7 or higher GAA30785BAA

Document Revision :V1.0 Date


2005-12-30 2006-2-9

Author
Wang.hongjun Wang.hongjun

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Comment
Original document adaption to GAA30785BAA(MCB3X) & GAA30781AAE(TCBC)

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CONTENTS
1 PRELIMINARY CHECKS............................................................................................................................................5 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.4 1.5 2 CHECK THE SAFETY CONDITIONS ..............................................................................................................................5 CHECK THE DSBD SHUNT ........................................................................................................................................5 OVERVIEW OF CURRENTLY RELEASED CONFIGURATIONS .........................................................................................6 Other configurations: Dependencies & Main config settings.............................................................................7 Commonly used abbreviations ............................................................................................................................7 DEFAULT SETTING (M 3 6).................................................................................................................................9 SOFTWARE VERIFICATION (SELF TEST) ...................................................................................................................10

STARTING UP IN INSPECTION ..............................................................................................................................11 2.1 2.2 2.3 PARAMETER SETUP ................................................................................................................................................11 ENCODER ADJUSTMENT .........................................................................................................................................12 CHECK RUN AND ENCODER DIRECTION .................................................................................................................13

PREPARE FIRST NORMAL RUN ............................................................................................................................14 3.1 3.2 POSITION DSBD SHUNT TO NORMAL......................................................................................................................14 CHECK OF HOISTWAY SIGNALS ...............................................................................................................................15

START UP OF THE DOOR SYSTEM.......................................................................................................................16 4.1 LOCK MACHINE ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................................16 4.1.1 Lock roller adjustment ......................................................................................................................................16 4.1.2 Lock adjustment ................................................................................................................................................17 4.2 START UP ............................................................................................................................................................18 4.2.1 The door control sub-system assembly .............................................................................................................18 4.2.2 The AT120 service tool menu overview ............................................................................................................19 4.2.3 The electrical adjustment..................................................................................................................................19 4.2.4 Speed profiles....................................................................................................................................................21

SPBC _III.......................................................................................................................................................................22 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.8.1 5.8.2 GENERAL FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................................22 Hardware Requirements ...................................................................................................................................23 Software Requirements .....................................................................................................................................23 ABBREVIATIONS .....................................................................................................................................................23 FEATURES ..............................................................................................................................................................24 BOARD VIEW ..........................................................................................................................................................25 NORMAL FUNCTIONS..............................................................................................................................................26 EXTENDED FUNCTIONS ..........................................................................................................................................26 STATUS LEDS ........................................................................................................................................................27 MANUAL RESCUE OPERATION ...............................................................................................................................28 MRO with drive.................................................................................................................................................29 MRO without drive............................................................................................................................................29

6 7 8

LEARN RUN .................................................................................................................................................................30 DCS DOOR CHECK SEQUENCE ..........................................................................................................................31 LOAD WEIGHING ADJUST......................................................................................................................................33 8.1 LOAD WEIGHING BOARD LWB_II .........................................................................................................................33 8.1.1 Parameter setup (MCB_III)..............................................................................................................................33 8.1.2 Parameter setup (LWB_II)................................................................................................................................34 8.1.3 Gain calibration................................................................................................................................................36

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8.2 LOAD WEIGHING ADJUST (DYNACELL)------ ADAPTION TO GEN2 CN-MRL .........................................................37 8.2.1 LoadW type = 5 (RopeLW v.CAN)....................................................................................................................37
8.2.1.1 8.2.1.2 8.2.1.3 8.2.1.4 Offset Calibration ..................................................................................................................................................... 37 Check of Measured Load.......................................................................................................................................... 38 Gain Calibration ....................................................................................................................................................... 39 Check of Start behavior ............................................................................................................................................ 39

8.3 DISCRETE LOAD WEIGHING ...................................................................................................................................40 8.3.1 Parameter setup (MCB_III)..............................................................................................................................40 8.3.2 The microswitches adjustment ..........................................................................................................................41 9 FINAL ADJUSTMENT................................................................................................................................................42 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 10 LV DELAY (UP/DOWN) ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................................................................42 1LS AND 2LS DELAY ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................................43 CHECK OF ADO AND RLV (OPTION) .....................................................................................................................44 PARAMETER STORAGE (MCB_III)..........................................................................................................................45 ASSIGNMENT FOR BUILDING CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................45 POSITION INDICATOR SETUP ...................................................................................................................................46

EN81 CODE INSPECTION PROCEDURE...............................................................................................................47 10.1 DRIVE INTERFACE ..................................................................................................................................................48 10.1.1 Controller Interface .....................................................................................................................................48 10.1.2 Motor / DBR / Brake Interface.....................................................................................................................49 10.1.3 Speed Encoder Connector............................................................................................................................50 10.1.4 Safety Test Connector (8D)..........................................................................................................................50

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CSB MONITOR (RBI) .................................................................................................................................................51 11.1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................................51 11.1.1 Definition & Acronyms ................................................................................................................................51 11.1.2 Purpose ........................................................................................................................................................51 11.1.3 Overview ......................................................................................................................................................51 11.1.4 Referenced Documents.................................................................................................................................51 11.2 WIRING ..................................................................................................................................................................52 11.2.1 Wiring Method .............................................................................................................................................52 11.3 SET-UP ...................................................................................................................................................................54 11.3.1 Power-Up.....................................................................................................................................................54 11.4 LEARN OPERATION.................................................................................................................................................55 11.5 MANUAL LEARN OPERATION ..................................................................................................................................56 11.6 BELT MEASUREMENT .............................................................................................................................................59 11.7 FAULT CLEARING ...................................................................................................................................................60 11.8 RESET OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................60 11.9 RSL ADDRESSING ..................................................................................................................................................61 11.10 ESD PROTECTION ..................................................................................................................................................62 11.11 LED STATUS TABLE FOR CSB RBI SYSTEM ..........................................................................................................63 11.12 FAILED LEARN OPERATION ....................................................................................................................................66 11.13 TEST OPERATION....................................................................................................................................................67 11.14 TROUBLE SHOOTING ..............................................................................................................................................68 11.14.1 Improper Learn Operation...........................................................................................................................68 11.14.2 Alert Condition.............................................................................................................................................68 11.14.3 Alarm Condition...........................................................................................................................................68 11.14.4 Communication Failure ...............................................................................................................................68 11.14.5 EEPROM Fault ............................................................................................................................................68 11.14.6 Board Fault..................................................................................................................................................69 11.14.7 Bad CSB Connection Fault ..........................................................................................................................69 11.14.8 Starting Resistance Fault .............................................................................................................................69

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11.14.9 12 Over Temperature ........................................................................................................................................69 APPENDIX ....................................................................................................................................................................70 12.1 OVF20CR VECTOR CONTROL ...............................................................................................................................70 12.1.1 General overview .........................................................................................................................................70 12.1.2 MCB3X service tool menu overview ...........................................................................................................71 12.1.3 Service Tool Reference List..........................................................................................................................72
12.1.3.1 12.1.3.2 12.1.3.3 12.1.3.4 12.1.3.5 12.1.3.6 12.1.3.7 12.1.3.8 Motion Command Modes ......................................................................................................................................... 72 Motion Logic States.................................................................................................................................................. 72 Available inputs (MCB3x with CAN-bus interface)................................................................................................. 72 Motion Commands sent by TCBC via CAN-bus interface ....................................................................................... 73 Available outputs (MCB3x with CAN-bus interface)............................................................................................... 73 Drive state information sent to TCBC via CAN-bus interface.................................................................................. 73 Detailed event description table................................................................................................................................ 73 Additional informational messages........................................................................................................................... 82

12.1.4 SM control: Parameter Overview ................................................................................................................84 12.1.5 List of Installation Parameters.....................................................................................................................86 12.2 MCS-TCBC...........................................................................................................................................................92 12.2.1 Tree Structure ..............................................................................................................................................92 12.2.2 TCBC Service Tool Reference List...............................................................................................................93
12.2.2.1 12.2.2.2 12.2.2.3 12.2.2.4 12.2.2.5 12.2.2.6 Operational Modes ................................................................................................................................................... 93 Motion States............................................................................................................................................................ 94 System Inputs ........................................................................................................................................................... 94 System Outputs......................................................................................................................................................... 96 Blinking Event Messages ......................................................................................................................................... 97 Event Logging .......................................................................................................................................................... 99

12.2.3 12.2.4

List of Installation Parameters...................................................................................................................103 RSL: List of Inputs and Outputs .................................................................................................................135

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1 Preliminary checks 1.1 Check the safety conditions

1.2 Check the DSBD shunt

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1.3 Overview of currently released configurations
The current released software version is:
MCB-SW:05-JAN-06 GAA30785BAA

This software baseline has been qualified and released for the following configurations:

Application Gen2 CN-MR

Machine PMSM Belts gearless ASM Ropes geared PMSM Ropes gearless PMSM Belts gearless PMSM Belts gearless

Manufacturer Kollmorgen

Encoder 2*3600+Index

Max. Duty 1000kg 1,75m/s 1000kg 1,75m/s 1000kg 1,75m/s 1000kg 1,75m/s 630kg 1,0m/s 1000kg 1,0m/s

MCB3x

OCSS Interface GCA26800KV7 CAN-bus

OTIS 3100 (ACD Geared) OTIS SKY

13VTR China local Bluelight

2*1024

GCA26800KV7 CAN-bus

2*8192+Index

GCA26800KV7 CAN-bus

Gen2 CN-MRL

Kollmorgen

2*3600+Index

GCA26800KV7 CAN-bus

Gen2-R

Yaskawa Kollmorgen

2*4096+Index 2*3600+Index

GBA26800KV4

CAN-bus

Application Gen2 CN-MR OTIS 3100 (ACD Geared) OTIS SKY Gen2 CN-MRL Gen2-R

OCSS OCSS-SW TCBC GAA30781AAE TCBC GAA30781AAE TCBC GAA30781AAE TCBC GAA30781AAE TCBC GAA30781AAE

SPBC SPBC-SW w/o.

Load-weighing LoadW-SW LWB2 GAA30761AAA w/o. discrete 4-switch (RSL on TCBC) w/o. LWB2 GAA30761AAA SPBC_III LWB2 GAA30773BAA GAA30761AAA SPBC_III Dinacell GAA30773BAA

MCB3x Main config setting 31: SM CAN xSPBC 41: ASM CAN xSPB 31: SM CAN xSPBC 32: SM CAN SPBC 30: SM CAN Gen2R

All part numbers are as indicated or higher, if not otherwise stated.

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1.3.1 Other configurations: Dependencies & Main config settings
Application Machine Manufacturer -diverseEncoder 2*1024 Max. Duty 1000kg 1,75m/s MCB3x GBA26800KV3 OCSS Interface CIF (coded interface)

ASM OTIS 3100 (MCS220 Swift) Ropes geared Application

OCSS SPBC OCSS-SW SPBC-SW LCB_II w/o. OTIS 3100 (MCS220 Swift) GAA30082CAC

Load-weighing LoadW-SW discrete 4-switch

MCB3x Main config setting 40: ASM CIF see Note below

All part numbers are as indicated or higher, if not otherwise stated. Note: the above configuration has not yet been qualified for GAA30785BAA. Version GAA30785AAC must still be used with "Main config" = 23.

The following old "Main config" settings are still possible for compatibility: 20:SM FOC CAN (new setting: 30:SM CAN Gen2R) 23:ASM FOC CIF (new setting: 40:ASM CIF) 1.3.2 Commonly used abbreviations Table 1.1: Commonly used abbreviations within this document: Abbrev. Description (PM)SM: (permanent-magnet excitation) synchronous motor ASM: asynchronous machine (induction motor w. squirrel cage) CAN: CAN-bus controller interface CIF: discrete coded controller interface FoC: Field-oriented control (vector control) MCB: generic term instead of "MCB3X".

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MCB-SW:05-JAN-06

GAA30785BAA

Main config
31: SM CAN xSPBC

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1.4 Default Setting (M 3 6)
This menu allows to set all available setup parameters to their "default" value. These default values depend on the actual "main configuration" which can also be changed within this menu. Different main configurations mean: different motor control algorithm different controller interface different setup parameters and default values some different menu items and functions.

Parameters lost? Yes:Press ENTER!

1st confirmation. Press <ENTER>

Main Config OLD: 20:SM FOC CAN

Main Config OLD: 32: SM CAN SPB

select new main configuration (if desired) with <GOON>/<GOBACK> or <UP>/<DOWN> or skip this point to accept the current (existent) main configuration. Default done press <ENTER> to accept the selected main configuration.

All parameters are now set to their default values depending on the selected configuration. All previously made adjustments are lost. Normally there are additional settings necessary to run the car in normal mode.

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1.5 Software verification (self test)

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2 Starting up in inspection 2.1 Parameter Setup

Control Parameters SpC Fil Start SpC Fil Run


1)
1)

<3> <5> <2> <GOON> = = 100 100

1)

Necessary to avoid roll back without load weighing


Profile parameters INS SPE = <3> <2> <GO ON> 10

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2.2 Encoder Adjustment

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2.3 Check Run and Encoder Direction

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3 Prepare first Normal Run
The elevator must be fully completed (wiring and mechanical assembly) before going beyond this point

3.1 Position DSBD shunt to normal

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3.2 Check of hoistway signals

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4 Start up of the door system 4.1 Lock machine adjustment
4.1.1 Lock roller adjustment When the cam is in the opened position, measure (A) dimension. This dimension should be about 46 mm. (A ) dimension below is used to adjust the dimension between the lock rollers in order to obtain (C) = (A)

One of the two rollers is fitted on an eccentric axis to enable this adjustment Check : - (E) = 2 to 2,5 mm - (D) = 2 mm minimum is required It is adjustable by taking out shims (F) between the lintel and the roller The electric contact must close when B = 7 mm min. In the fully locked position, the latch must rest on the rubber stop. In this condition B = 11 to 13 mm min.

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4.1.2 Lock adjustment Position the lock in order to obtain the clearances as follow : when the cam passes between the rollers in the locking position, 5 mm is the optimal value with a 7mm maximum. If the gap > 7mm, the lock will make noise at the end of closing and begining of opening.

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4.2 START UP
4.2.1 The door control sub-system assembly Transformer Control board motor

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4.2.2 The AT120 service tool menu overview

4.2.3 The electrical adjustment Before switching on the power ,check the connections on the control board : - Motor and encoder connected on ST306. - I/O and 24 VDCon P5. - Power supply from the transformer to the connector ST1. - Power supply from the transformer into the junction box on the connector. Atfer mecanically adjusting the car door with the landing doors (gap of locking + coupling dimension) , the electrical adjustment can start. - Put the car on INSPECTION mode in front of one of landing door - From the top of car , open handly the door and position it in opened position. - Switch on the power on the operator (wait 30/ 40 seconds for the "clic" in the control box) - Push the learning and adjustment button at least 3 seconds. The door is on LEARNING mode and does 1 or 2 opening and closing cycles - Connect the Service Tool on the SVT connector to open and close the door. Press on "1" to open Press on "2" to close Press

Press3

Press4

Press1

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- If it does not work properly, connect the test tool on the AT120 control board. - Switch off the power Power on Disconnect & reconnect the SVT

Open handly the door and position it in opened position

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Learning : 1 with default parameters 2 with the customized parameters

The door movement reciprocating within 10cm and then close the door compeletely with low speed

The door at closed position

4.2.4 Speed profiles

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5 SPBC _III 5.1 General Functional Description
The Service Panel Board SPBC is the man-machine interface and Service Functions for CAN-based MCS, located in the E&I panel or in the controller (controller at landing) for machine room less elevators. This document lean against on the SW /HW Basic Data for SPBC enhanced by the additional requirements for GeN2-R: the Traction Control Board all Service Tool Menus the Manual Rescue Operation The SPBC controls and supervises additionally the Automatic Rescue Operation of the TCBC and Drive. It is used to perform Manual activated rescue operations by: Indication Speed and Direction of the elevator, and Door Zone levels: The information is input from a machine-mounted rescue encoder and a level sensor (DZI) for the interlocking zone. A power supply 12V for the rescue encoder and the levelsensor is provided (Battery-backed for SPBC in case of power failure of the controller.) The DZI sensor has to provide the information (active or disactive) for 120ms or longer (attention: car speed!). A 2* 7 Segment Display indicates the actual floor level. Under normal condition, it is synchronized by the main control ( MCS: control via the CAN link). An on-board buzzer indicates overspeed conditions and DZ levels detected during Manual Rescue Operation. The DZI supply from SPBC is used for Emergency Car Light ECL as well, in case of light supply failure (switchover on car roof). Activation (release) of the electrical machine brake to allow rescue movement of the elevator by gravity. The brake will be automatically dropped if a certain speed level is exceeded , and automatically released below a specific speed. If, in a time of 0.5sec no movement is detected (e.g. because of a balanced car), the brake will be dropped to save battery energy and avoids excessive speed of the car in case of rescue-encoder failure. The automatic control is interrupted when the door zone sensor indicates a floor level, i.e. passengers can be rescued by door opening. This action can be re-started by releasing and re-pressing the on-board Brake Release Button BRB1 to get to the next door zone. A second Brake Release Button BRB2, of key switch type, is connected in the wiring to the brake, so that a double activation of buttons (BRB1 and BRB2) is necessary to activate the brake release. BRB2 must be provided with a lockable means to prevent from unlocking (inserting a key). BRB2 is not placed on the SPBC_III. In normal operation, the function of the Rescue Encoder is checked by having information from the control system that a run is initiated. The SPBC checks if pulses occur in the right direction. The speed is not checked. A board Self-test can be initiated by a test-button, illuminating all indicators when pressing, and showing any defects (checking RAM, ROM, LEDs all ON, Buzzer). The Brake voltage is 48V, battery supplied for Rescue, current-limited to 2.2A. In addition to the Surge Suppressors on the brake coils additional suppressors are located on the SPBC to limit the voltage at the output well below 140V. The brake coil power is max. 65W (Unom=48V). Minimum operating voltage is 24VDC for the SPBC, when supplied from the controller. The communication with MCS220_C is done via the CAN Interface.

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An integrated temperature sensor is provided to measure the E&I Panel internal temperature to initiate automatic shutdown in case of overheating, assumingly because of fire. The temperature threshold level is adjustable via software and features a hysteresis of 5C. Measuring range 070C. The SPBC_III holds: Charging and battery condition are supervised and detected failures initiate an according error message to the control system as to initiate a remote request for service. The Bat_Mode detection is done internal at the SPBC_III. A supply 12V/500mA available for ICU.. Buttons and indicators for Service, troubleshooting and tests. Connector for the MCS Service Tool to exchange informations with Controller, Drive and REM/REM-Gateway, if applicable. A 2-wire clamp for telephone connection of the REM (via cage-clamp socket) to the local PTT line. Connector and circuit Interface to the Battery Control Board (BCB) Connector and circuit interface to System (Controller Cabinet).

5.1.1 Hardware Requirements


SPBC_III : GAA GAA26800KX1 or higher -> TCBC: GAA 26800KA or higher

5.1.2 Software Requirements


SPBC_III : GAA30773AAA or higher -> TCBC: GAA 30081 AAB01 or higher

5.2 Abbreviations
SPBC_III BCB E&I Panel TCBC MCB_III SVT RSL SDI DZI PI REM BRB1 BRB2 Service Panel Board CAN Battery Controll Board Emergency and Inspection Panel Traction Control Board CAN Motion Control Board III Service Tool Remote Serial Link Speed Direction Indicator Door Zone Indicator Position Indicator Remote Elevator Monitoring System Brake Release Button 1 Brake Release Button 2 (key-lock button)

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5.3 Features

Processor : Memory :

Discrete Inputs :

SAB-C505CA-4EM at 16.0 MHz FLASH ROM RAM EEPROM DZ Encoder El.Brake

Parallel Interface:

128x8 kb 128x8 kb 256x8 kb 12VDC 24VDC 12VDC 48VDC-2.2Amax

Parallel Outputs : Serial Interface :

REM 5.0 Interconnection Service and Operational Control Switches:

Buzzer , on board sonic alarm Full-CAN 2.0B 29Bit Identifier CAN Split line terminator 2x60, 10nF RS422 MCS Service Tool Sub-D9 Passive Link for REM5.0-PTT Connection RJ-7 BRB1, on board SW4 Test-Button SW11 Address Switches N REB HW 24V; Signal via CAN SW5 NURF, CCTL, CHCS, CCBL, SW10, 3, 7, 2, DDO, RTB, RRB/RTB-C SW6, 1, 9 REM Service SW8 Car Position ( 7-SEG ) DIS1&DIS2 Information and Status LEDs Speed and Direction Indicator SDI Battery Charging Status LEDs Rescue Supply 24V+/-10% Supply from Control 20V+/-15%/2Adc ICU/REM-Gateway Supply 12V/500mAdc Power supply for Encoder 12V/100mAdc Power supply for ECL& DZ Level Sensor 12V/500mAdc

+ + + + + + 2 + + + + + + + + n.a + 7 + + 23 16 4 + + + + +

Indicators :

Supply Voltage Inputs: Supply Voltage Outputs :

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5.4 Board View

P13
BCB Power Interface

P12

P11

VF Power Brake Interface Interface BRB2

P1

BATTERY SUPERVISOR

BCB LOGIC INTERFACE

TCBC INTERF ACE

P2

POWER SUPPLY 12V ICU, ENCODER

SYSTEM INTERFA CE

P 15

P 14

PE P9
POWER SUPPLY 5V-LOGIC RESCUE ENCODER P7

I C U

P3 P5

COMPUTING CORE CHIP SELECTION MEMORIES

P6
R E P10 M

CAR POSITION CON-SPEED BAT-CHAR. MAINTEN. BAT-FAULT SPB-OK BAT-MODE CAN-OK GRP NOR INS ES DW DFC DOL DOB FLASH PROGRAM CODE

B U Z Z E R TEST

CCTL 7 S D I U P

CHCS

CCBL

DDO

NURF

0 DZ 0

RTB

REB

RRB

P8
SERVICE TOOL

S D I D O 7 W N

BRB1 BRB1 BRB2

REM

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5.5 Normal Functions
Buttons Type Signals Description

Push Car Call to Bottom Landing CCBL Push Car Call to Top Landing CCTL Toggle Cut Hall Call Switch CHCS Toggle Disable Door Operation DDO Push Remote Enabling Button (EN81) REB Push Remote Tripping Button (1) REB & RTB Remote Resetting Button (2)/ REB & RRB Push Remote Counterweight Governor Tripping /RTB-C Push BRB1 Brake Release Button BRB1 (1): direction dependent (Car: down) (2): reseting of os contact (Car: Stop or upward) In addition to the above buttons there are some more functions which allow the user to display some information about the Service Panel Board itself.

5.6 Extended Functions


In addition to the above buttons there are some more functions which allow the user to display some information and failure codes about the SPB itself. The failure codes will not be transmitted to the TCBC, only the quantity (see TCBC M-1-2-1 events). DIS1 and DIS2 is normally used for the Car Position. Service Button Description Type Display 1&2 REB & CCBL REB & CHCS Display environment temperatur of the SPBC at PI; is not possible at Bat_Mode Display speed at PI; not possible at Bat_Mode Display speed with unfiltered direction on SDI; not possible at Bat_Mode reset (start selftest); not possible at Bat_Mode same like pushing TEST alone (to be compatible to old SPB) Display SPBC Software version number at PI Display current error code at SDI Instead of the TEST button: use the SVT to get software version and the complete event logging Push Push Push Push Push all LEDs on and off see TEST 11 : G11 30773 AAA Push (HTS) Temperature in degrees celcius (1C steps) example: '16' 1.6 m/s only for engineering

REB & NURF REB & TEST REB & DDO

TEST

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5.7 Status LEDs
The state of the following LEDs are defined by

LEDs DZ ContractSpeed

Status off on off on blinking

Signals Description Outside Door Zone (No DZI Signal) Inside Door Zone (Interruption of Automatic Manual Brake Release, (Buzzer) low / no speed; speed is lower than contract speed (v<85%vnom) contract speed (vnom) Overspeed as v>115%vnom during Normal run.

No voltage supplied for Automatic Manual Brake Release (Pn: BRB2) Voltage supplied for Automatic Manual Brake Release (Pn: BRB2) No voltage on brake supply connection (Pn: Brake) UBrake Brake supply apparent, Automatic Manual Brake Release AND BRB2 ON (Pn: Brake) The state off the following LEDs are defined by the TCBC and are transmitted serial via CAN / Service Tool interface.These optical devices can be switched off, on or blinking: UBRB2 LEDs BC MP GRP NOR INS ES DW DFC DOL DOB DZ NURF CHCS DDO Status / SPBC_III Signals Description Not used (Brake Current Detection) Not used (Motor Protection) No Group function / Group function okay Normal Mode NAV, DTO, DTC, ATT, CHC, EFO, EFS, ISC, drive-fault Inspection Mode (TCI or ERO operated) TCI-Lock function active ( Leave Top of Car Procedure ) Emergency Stop Door Watch (Hoistway door contacts closed) Door Fully Closed (Safety chain closed) Door Open Limit ( front or rear ) reached Door Open Button (Door Reversal Device ( front or rear ) is operated) Door Zone active

off on off on

+ + + + + + + + + + + +

Cancel Hall Call Switch Disable Door Operation

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Emergency Power Test

Status LEDs

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CCTL CCBL RTB RRB REB / Shift REM -

+ + + + + +

Car Call to Top Landing Car call to Bottom Landing Remote Tripping Button (active) Remote Resetting Button active Common Button for RTB & RRB Shift Function of same button

Out of Service Button (not active) + A description of these LEDs can also be found in the TCB documentation. The transmitting system must insure to send signals longer than 200ms so that the SPBC can display it. (e.g. short interruptions of DFC)

5.8 Manual Rescue Operation


Switching off the OCB (main switch) and operating BRB1 and BRB2 starts MRO. At first the SPB tries to power up the TCBC (by SPB+) and the drive (by RR1/2 relays). The TCBC is necessary to provide the power supply for the drive CAN driver. If the drive is not able to move the car, the drive and TCBC will be powered down and the MRO will be finished with out drive support. The position indicator rotates its segments until the run ist started during the power up phase of the drive / TCBC. If the RR_R input will not be active after pulling both RR1/2 relays (timeout 1s) or the LOW_BAT input will be active or the drive does not responds (timeout 6s), MRO with out drive is started. MRO will be aborted, if the OCB is switched on or if the L1_L2_Fail signal is inactive or if the MRO run needs more than 5 minutes. Then the RR1 relay will be dropped. After 1 seconds the RR2 relay will be dropped. If the drive was not able to move the car, you can abort this try by waiting for 25 seconds or operate the OCB (on/off) to get a new try of MRO with drive. If the BRB1 button or BRB2 key switch was released, the run will be stopped. Then after 5 seconds the RR1 relay will be dropped. Then after 20 seconds MRO will be aborted. Then after 1 seconds RR2 will be dropped. A MRO run will be aborted and the Buzzer will be sounds (BRB must be released and operated again for a new run), if the next DZ is reached or the run takes longer than 2 minutes. A new MRO run will be always started with operating BRB1 and BRB2 simultaneously. The SDI must be always watched by the operator and in case of overspeed and / or active BUZZER, BRB1 and BRB2 must be released. If the drive cannot move (both directions tried), the SPB will switched into MRO witout drive after releasing and operating BRB1/2 again. Hints for trouble shooting: If the brake is not connected to HL1 on one side, the brake will not be lifted at MRO and the drive will be switched off. If an error pulls a high current at battery mode (the battery voltage goes down), MRO will not be possible because the voltage is to low to read the ST (relays, cdc, ocb...) contacts.

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5.8.1 MRO with drive The drive transmitts the regenerative (easy) direction to the SPB. If the SPB does not receive this direction,
no direction will be displayed at SVT (see chapter 3.2.1). If the SPB receives a shutdown/unavailable from drive, a STOP will be displayed at SVT status display. If the drive cannot move the car in the regenerative direction within 3s after run command (detected by rescue encoder track A), the SPB requests the drive for a new easy direction. If the second try fails too, the SPB will be switching to MRO without drive. The SPB will published a stop command to the drive and dropped the brake, if the car moves faster than 0.3 m/s. After stopping a new rescue run command will be published. If the drive refuses operating at battery mode, you can check the first drive events at the SPB SVT Status display (see chapter 3.2.1). The drive needs 2-3 seconds to change the direction (if necessary). During this time the BRB1/2 has not to be released.

5.8.2 MRO without drive


The car can accelerated only by the earth acceleration. The SPB lifts the brake and waits for car movement. The SPB will dropped the brake, if the car moves faster than parameter BRE-MAX. After stopping the brake will be lifted again. If the car does not move during 500ms after lifting the brake, the brake will be closed to prevent an uncontrolled movement with a defect rescue encoder track A. Then BRB1/2 must be released and operated again.

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6 Learn run

Note: During a learn run the door will close and will keep a torque

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7 DCS Door Check Sequence
Note: In case of failure of a hoistway door contact, the car stops on this floor and is locked. An error message is shown. After elimination of all errors, the car has to be moved to the bottom landing first before starting the DCS RUN once again.

Attention: The new feature Hoistway Access Detection (HAD) has been implemented to protect persons entering the hoistway and not properly following the safety instructions. If the DS contact is opened for longer than 4 seconds the TCBC will go into HAD mode, the event 0306 HWY Access is logged. The blinking message Switch INS appears in the Status menu. The fault will not be cleared by switching the power off and on, the only way to bring the elevator back into normal operation is: by ERO or by pressing PES for at least 2 seconds.

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DCS Door Check Sequence (continued)

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8 Load Weighing adjust 8.1 Load Weighing Board LWB_II
The mechanical and the electrical installation of the LWB_II with load sensors have to be completely finished (CAN wiring, power supply) as described in the FIM 8.1.1 Parameter setup (MCB_III)

Contract parameters LoadW type Control Parameters SpC Fil Start SpC Fil Run Profile parameters INS SPE = = = =

<3> <1> <GOON> 4 <3> <5> <2> <GOON> 50 50 <3> <2> <GO ON> 30 <3> <4> <GOON> (e.g. 1000) (e.g. 47%)

Start/stop parameters FULL LOAD [kg] BALANCE [%] = =

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8.1.2 Parameter setup (LWB_II)

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 full load

Function

min. 240kg 4 2 30kg 70% 110%

value max. 3000kg 14 8 250kg 95% 110%

default 1000kg 6 4 100kg 80% 110%

new calibration necessary? if changed if changed if changed no no no

total number of pads (rubber pads+ sensors) number of sensors ANS LNS OLD

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Offset calibration

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8.1.3 Gain calibration

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8.2 Load Weighing adjust (Dynacell)------ Adaption to Gen2 CN-MRL
The mechanical and the electrical installation of the Load weighing system with load sensors have to be completely finished (CAN wiring, power supply) as described in the FIM 8.2.1 LoadW type = 5 (RopeLW v.CAN) 8.2.1.1 Offset Calibration 1) Set parameter "LoadW type" (M-3-1-GOON) to "5: RopeLW v.CAN". 2) Check loadweighing parameters (Start / Stop parameter menu; M-3-4-GOON):
SVT-Display FULL LOAD [kg] BALANCE [%] Description Nominal full load of car in [kg] (e.g. 630 or 1000) Nominal counterweight balance setting in [%] (e.g. 47)

3) Ensure that the car is empty 4) Run car to a position in the middle of the hoistway. 5) Perform calibration. SVT sequence: M 4 3
Car empty and in middle? ENTER!

Press <ENTER>

RopeLW calibrate successfully

Calibration has finished without any error.

Calibr. failed xxxxxxxx

Calibration has been aborted by any error (see error message xxxxxxxx). Start calibration again after solving the problem.

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8.2.1.2 Check of Measured Load The measured load can be checked by servicetool <M> <2> <A>: 'LoadW type' 5: (Rope-LW via CAN)
LOAD: XX% YYYYkg TORQUE: ZZZZkg (go on) RopeLoad: AAAAkg

XX: Load value in percent of full load YYYY: Load value in kg ZZZZ: Compensation pretorque output to the motor in [kg]
Torque [kg] = Load [kg] Balance [kg] (Torque=0 at balanced load)

AAAA Load value measured sent from the rope/belt measuring device

In case of missing CAN messages stars are displayed, in case of detected errors or invalid values the percent-field displays "255" and the kg-field displays a "?". Without valid load information the drive starts any run (except relevel) without load pretorque (the case of balanced load). The load weighing measurement is disabled during run. All displayed values are the frozen values prior to the run. The Pretorque output to the motor equals zero in case of balanced load. In case of empty car it has a negative, in case of full load it has a positive value. The influence of the (position-dependent) weight of the ropes/belts is not considered in this SW version.

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8.2.1.3 Gain Calibration Normally the gain calibration is not required. Only if the accuracy of the load weighing measurements at full load are not sufficient, it is possible to perform a gain calibration by hand: 1) 2) 3) 4) Run car to a position in the middle of the hoistway Place a defined load in the car (preferable nominal full load) Notify "RopeLoad" value. SVT sequence: M 2 A <GOON> If actual rope load is not nominal full load (actual car load) do the following calculation LoadFull = (actual_RopeLoad LoadEmpty) Nominal_FullLoad actual_RopeLoad + LoadEmpty

5) Set parameter "LwT5: LoadFull" to the calculated value. SVT sequence: M 3 5 7 <GOON>

8.2.1.4 Check of Start behavior If the load weighing works correctly the check can be done as well in normal as in inspection mode: Increase the parameter "PROF DLY [10ms]" (M-3-4) to 200. Select the parameter "ALWcomp Corr [%]" (M-3-5-7). The rollback or roll forward is faded into the display in [mm]. If no rollback or roll forward occurs, the display remains unchanged. The parameter "ALWcomp Corr [%]" can be modified to remove the rollback and roll forward. Decrease the parameter "PROF DLY [10ms]" to its original value.

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8.3 Discrete Load Weighing
8.3.1 Parameter setup (MCB_III)

Contract parameters LoadW type Control Parameters SpC Fil Start SpC Fil Run Profile parameters INS SPE = = = =

<3> <1> <GOON> 7 <3> <5> <2> <GOON> 50 50 <3> <2> <GO ON> 30

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8.3.2 The microswitches adjustment The car should be empty for at least half an hour before the adjustment is done. The load weighing adjustment has to be performed continuously without any pause. Put load into the car according to the load percentage for each operating point of the switches as shown below. Adjust the corresponding microswitches and verify the operation using one of the following Service Tool menus: Example: LW 30 operated (Full load is 1000Kg): MONITOR, LOAD STATUS (Keys: <M<>1<>1<>2>) MONITOR, COMMANDS (Keys: <M<>2<>2<>A>)

A-01 IDL ST ][ ][ L30 l50

LOAD: 30% 300kg TORQUE: -170KG

Switch Name: LW10 LW30 LW50 LW80 LW110

Operating Point for :OVF20CR above 10 % or above 100 kg above 30 % nominal load above 50 % nominal load above 80 % nominal load above 110 % nominal load

Functionality in TCBC Anti Nuisance [LWX]

Load non stop [LNS] Over load [LWO]

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9 Final Adjustment 9.1 LV delay (up/down) adjustment

Note: If the vane are adjusted in the same manner at each floor, the car should stop correctly in each landing, otherwise the vane should be replaced accordingly. Then a new learn run is necessary.

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9.2 1LS and 2LS delay adjustment

1LS/2LS Distance
Contract speed 1LS Distance 2LS Distance 1,0m/s 1,2m 1,2m 1,75m/s 2,2m 2,2m Tolerance +/- 0,1m +/- 0,1m

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9.3 Check of ADO and RLV (Option)

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9.4 Parameter storage (MCB_III)

Note: Do not choose the Default-values, otherwise the adjusted contract-specific parameters will be lost.

9.5 Assignment for building configuration


Note: With the "Allowed Mask", the building configuration (assignment of calls (car / hall), cutting of landings (Cut Call), Card Reader, Parking, Ride profiles) is determined. An assignment is made for every landing. Rear doors are available, if on this landing the elevator may park and with which ride profile the elevator moves to the next landing. The key sequence (M 1 3 3) leads to the following "Allowed Menu"

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9.6 Position Indicator setup

Code Symbol 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9

Code 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Symbol (blank) A B (*) C D (*) E F G (*) H I (*)

Code 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Symbol J (*) K (*) L M (*) N (*) O P Q (*) R (*) S

Code 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Symbol T (*) U V (*) W (*) X (*) Y (*) Z (*) * all segments

(*) for 16-segment position indicator and ELD only!

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10 EN81 code inspection procedure

SW SWRTN DBD OUT DBD IN ---

8D.1 8D.2 8D.3 8D.4 8D.5

Safety Test Connector (8D) SW to connect an external SW-relay (110Vac) SWRTN return DBD chain: needs to be bridged to DBD IN DBD chain: needs to be bridged to DBD Out Not used

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10.1 Drive interface
10.1.1 Controller Interface The drive interface to the controller is build as a wiring tail. The wiring is part of the drive section and can be directly plugged to the controller.
Line terminal Name L1 L2 L3 PE L1 L2 L3 PE Terminal Description Power supply AC line input Power supply AC line input Power supply AC line input Protection earth connection Brake supply (3D) Name 3D.1 3D.2 3D.3 3D.4 3D.5 Terminal AC-Brake --HL1 PE --Description AC Power Supply Brake Input Not used AC Power supply Brake Return PE (to ground the brake circuitry) Not used Commands (1D) Name VRS CAN_H CAN_L HL2_CAN UIS DIS 1LV 2LV HL2 Terminal 1D.1 1D.2 1D.3 1D.4 1D.5 1D.6 1D.7 1D.8 1D.9 Description VRS-30Vdc Power Supply Input CAN High Level CAN Low Level CAN Return Not used Not used 24Vdc input: door zone switch one 24Vdc input: door zone switch two Ground connection of 24Vdc voltage supply Safety chain (2D) Name --UIB DIB --CRTN Terminal 2D.1 2D.2 2D.3 2D.4 2D.5 Description UIB Safety Chain Input (110Vac) DIB Safety Chain Input (110Vac) Safety Return

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10.1.2 Motor / DBR / Brake Interface The shielding of the motor and DBR cable needs to be screwed with the metal cable gland to the backplane.
Motor & DBR Name U V W PE P0 BR 1 2 3 4 5 6 Terminal Description Motor Phase U Motor Phase V Motor Phase W Protection earth connection DBR In (connecting point for DBR) DBR Out (connecting point for DBR)

Name 24V TEMP_MOT

Motor Thermal Switch (6D) Terminal Description 6D.1 24Vdc supply output 6D.2 24Vdc input: Motor thermal switch DBR Thermal Switch (5D) Terminal Description 5D.1 DBR thermal switch 5D.2 HL2 Brake Connector (4D)

Name TEMP_DBR HL2

Name BRK_DC+ PE BRK_DC-

Terminal 4D.1 4D.2 4D.3

Description Brake output (+) Protection Earth Brake output (-)

Name BS1 BS2 24Vdc 24Ddc_RTN

Brake switch Connector (7D) Terminal Description 7D.1 24Vdc input: Brake Switch 1 7D.2 24Vdc input: Brake Switch 2 7D.3 24Vdc power supply output 7D.4 24Vdc power supply return

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10.1.3 Speed Encoder Connector The speed encoder connector is a 15 poles high density, 3 rows, SUB-D female connector:
Speed Encoder Connector (P35) Terminal Description/Limitations P35.1 Not connected P35.2 Not connected P35.3 Channel 1+; according to RS422/423 P35.4 Channel 0+; according to RS422/423 P35.5 Channel 0-; according to RS422/423 P35.6 Channel 2+; according to RS422/423 P35.7 Not connected P35.8 Not connected P35.9 Channel 1-; according to RS422/423 P35.10 GND P35.11 Channel 2-; according to RS422/423 P35.12 Not connected P35.13 GND P35.14 5V +/-4% P35.15 Not connected Protected Earth

Name CLKA SCLK1 UA1 UA0 UA0_N UA2 CLKB SCLK2 UA1_N E_GND UA2_N NC E_GND E_5V NC PE_1

10.1.4 Safety Test Connector (8D) An external motor relay (SW) can be connected to this terminal (8D.1 & 8D.2). The feedback contact (NC) of this relay must be wired into the DBD-chain (8D.3 & 8D.4). This connector is also used for the EN81 Safety Test during code inspection. Therfore the bridge between 8D.3 & 8D.4 needs to be opened.
Safety Test Connector (8D) SW to connect an external SW-relay (110Vac) SWRTN return DBD chain: needs to be bridged to DBD_IN DBD chain: needs to be bridged to DBD_Out Not used

SW SWRTN DBD_OUT DBD_IN ---

8D.1 8D.2 8D.3 8D.4 8D.5

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11 CSB Monitor (RBI) 11.1 Introduction
11.1.1 Definition & Acronyms RBIResistance Based Inspection CSBCoated Steel Belt SVTService Tool SRsCSB Starting Resistance IMBSIntegrated Machine Bedplate Structure 11.1.2 Purpose This document will be used to assist in the installation and replacement of the CSB Monitoring System, (RBI), and when CSB replacement is performed. 11.1.3 Overview The CSB monitoring systems function is to monitor the condition of the steel cords inside the CSB continuously and to signal the car controller of the CSB status. The CSB status is communicated as an alert or an alarm along with the monitor system health. The controller could be connected to REM, which can provide the alert, alarm and system health to local personnel. 11.1.4 Referenced Documents Document 54407 Coated Steel Belt Proof of Concept Project Document 51628 Environmental testing specification Document 53474 Product Safety & Environment Specifications Document 52955 Design for Safety & Environment Document 55575 Coated Steel Belt Monitoring Device System Requirements Document Document 55676 Coated Steel Belt Monitoring Device Software Requirements Document Document 55949 Coated Steel Belt Monitoring System Service Tool Manual Document AAA21700X_ADT-- Resistance Based CSB Inspection Field Service Tool Manual

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11.2 Wiring
11.2.1 Wiring Method The wiring method depends on the existing code and local company practices for your location of installation. The CSB monitor is capable of attaching standard flexible conduit or supporting a jacketed cable. Remove the housing cover and pull wires and connectors through the fitting mounted on the housing. The wire connectors can only go on their mating plugs. The wiring table shows specific applications. Connect the other end of the wiring harness at the controller according to the controller wiring diagram.

Wiring Configuration Tables

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Wiring supplies for your configuration sent in RBI monitor kit

Connector headers and mates marked for mistake-proofing: Power (P17): blue RSL (P16): yellow Relay (P19): red
RSL Wiring

N. O. Relay Contact Wiring

Be sure to keep wiring clear of LEDs when replacing cover on unit, to avoid obscuring the light
Discrete Outputs Wiring

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11.3 Set-Up
11.3.1 Power-Up All CSBs, connectors, monitor board and wiring must be installed before you apply power to the unit. Applying power will light the power LED and the belt status LEDs. The power LED should be in a continuous on state and the belt status LEDs should be flashing fifteen, (15), times with a pause between each set of flashes. This is called the standby mode. When the CSB monitor unit is in this mode it is not monitoring the CSBs. A learn operation is required. There are three reasons not to be in standby mode when the power is applied. The first is a problem with the power and/or power wiring to the unit and the second is a bad monitor board. The third will occur upon belt replacement, if an old board is being used with new belts (a new learn is required for the new belts).

Check wiring and turn power on. Power LED should be on continuously. 1 5 CSB status LEDs should flash 15X regardless of how many CSBs installed.

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11.4 Learn Operation


Learn operation is required for the system to start monitoring the CSBs. This operation provides the starting resistance measurements of the CSB cord pairs to the CSB monitoring system. During the monitoring operation, the newly measured cord pair resistances will be compared to the starting resistances on a regular basis to determine if it has reached its alarm or alert thresholds. The preferred timing of a learn would be towards the end of the elevator system installation, possibly the last step. At this point it is expected to have all the issues related to CSB installation resolved with a settled system. A learn operation is performed by depressing the learn switch five, (5), times within five, (5), seconds. This is done to avoid accidental activation of a learn run. The learn switch is located on the CSB monitor board and is labeled Learn and SW1. If you did not press the learn switch accurately wait an additional five, (5), seconds and repeat the process. Pressing the reset switch labeled Reset and SW2 during the learn process will abort the learn operation. The learn operation takes approximately 90-120 seconds to complete. During the learn operation the belt status LEDs will sequentially flash. This light sequence has no significance to the installation other than an indication that the learn operation is in progress. When the learn operation is successfully complete the system will go directly into monitor mode, continually checking the integrity of the CSBs. The belt status LEDs will flash once, (1), and pause, flash once, (1), and pause and continue this flashing mode until an alert or alarm is triggered. The belt status LEDs for belts not installed will remain off. The table, System Status LED Table, on the next page defines and explains the status LED flashes.

1.1 Learn Operation 1.2 SW1

5X < 5 Seconds

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11.5 Manual Learn operation

This is ONLY for jobs that have units older than one, (1), year or have more than 100K runs AND have a minimum meter of CSB past the termination.

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Important: Verify that a minimum meter of belt is past the terminations at both ends. If true for all belts, remove all fire clips. SELF TEST -OK- MECS-MODE PRESS: <M > RBI: xxx30934xxx Press F to start & Copyright (c)2005 Otis Elevator Co PRESS: <M > <F > Setup=1 Learn=3 View=2

PRESS: <M > <F > <1 > SR Data Entry=1 SftyCode Entry=2

PRESS: <M > <F > <1 > <1 > Any Previous SRs Erased OK? (9=Y) PRESS: <M > <F > <1 > <1 > <9 > Enter Belt Data B:00000 L:000.00 B CSB present = 1 PRESS: <M > <F > <1 > <1 > <9 > <Enter Data > L Belt length <Shift Clear (Enter)> For belts 1 through 5 End to end in meters.

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Storing Data.... Then resetting..

It is important to measure the CSB length accurately (+ 100mm). Check with your area for a preferred method. A couple of methods are as follows. Using a tape measure and a light colored marker or tape, physically measure the belt by marking the CSB at known lengths and recording those lengths. Then add up all of the recorded lengths. The second approach would be to use a string with a known length and to use the string to mark the CSB. Then record all the marks. This value will be used to perform the learn operation. See the following page for the diagram of a typical system, and the measurements to be taken to arrive at the total belt length. Note: You must have control of the car at all times while measuring the CSB. Once the learn operation has completed, the CSB Monitor will reset itself, causing unreadable characters on the service tool screen. The service tool must be reset, or unplugged and re-plugged into the CSB Monitor unit to reset. At this point, it is important to verify through service tool if the current value of cord resistances are greater than the starting resistances (typically within 1% or so, however, can vary based on the usage of the elevator). If is very important to check and correct the belt length entry if the Starting resistances are higher than the current resistances. See Appendix A for procedure to record starting and current resistances.

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11.6 Belt Measurement


Prior to setting up the CSB Monitor unit, the belt length must be measured. It is important to measure the CSB length accurately (+ 100mm). Check with your area for a preferred method. A couple of methods are as follows. Using a tape measure and a light colored marker or tape, physically measure the belt by marking the CSB at known lengths and recording those lengths. Then add up all of the recorded lengths. The second approach would be to use a string with a known length and to use the string to mark the CSB. Then record all the marks. This value will be used to perform the learn operation. Note: You must have control of the car at all times while measuring the CSB.
Drive Sheave (1/2 wrap)

Termination CSB Connector C

Termination CSB Connector

For sheaves of all equal diameter: Calculate: (A + B + C + D + E + (1.5*Sheave diameter*3.14) + (2*belt length in termination) +(belt length beyond termination to CSB connector at each end)) Divide result by 100 to get total belt length in meters for entry into service tool for manual learn

E D B A Car Idler Sheaves (1/4 wrap each)

Idler Sheave ( wrap)

For drive sheave of different diameter than idler sheaves: Calculate: A + B + C + D + E + (0.5*Drive Sheave diameter*3.14) + (3.14*Idler sheave diameter) + (2*belt length in termination) + (belt length beyond termination to CSB connector at each end) Divide result by 100 to get total belt length in meters for entry into service tool for manual learn

Notes: (1) All lengths measured in cm (2) Sheave diameter: 32kN system = 10.0 cm (typical) 64kN system = 11.5 cm (please verify, in NSAA the drive sheave is 11.5cm and all idlers are 15cm) (3) Belt length in termination 32kN termination = 2.61 cm 64kN termination = 2.75 cm

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11.7 Fault Clearing


Press SW1/Learn switch three, (3), times with-in five, (5), seconds. The purpose of this function is to allow mechanics to clear faults that are latched in the system. The detection of faults like an alert or an alarm latch in the system and cannot be cleared by simply cycling power. However these faults could have been triggered due to an improper installation or a defective CSB connector or a condition other than the CSBs themselves. In these types of situations the procedure allows you to get the system back in operation when the root cause is corrected. Fault clearing will take up to twenty, (20), seconds to activate.

HinweisFault Clear Operation SW1 / Learn

11.8 Reset Operation


Press SW2/Reset switch during a learn operation. This function allows the mechanics to abort a learn operation while it is in progress. This is required if a learn operation was inadvertently activated.

Reset Operation SW2 1X during a Learn Operation to terminate the operation.

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11.9 RSL Addressing


Some elevator systems use RSL. The address of the CSB monitor board will be listed in the specific wiring diagrams for the elevator system being installed. Verify that S1 is set to the address listed on the wiring diagram. If the elevator system does not use a RSL, S1 should be set to address 0, (zero).

1.3 S1= RSL Address 1.4 1.5 Factory preset, based


on default for different areas: EN and JIS :

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11.10 ESD Protection

Note: When installing or working on the CSB monitor use ESD protection.

You must always use a part with the exact same part number when replacing a LRU in the monitor system. Failure to do so will result in a non-functioning unit.

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11.11LED Status Table for CSB RBI System


Status Code # of LED Flashes/ for Each Belt

Fault label description

Detail fault description

Cause

Corrective action (Areas that field personnel should check) No action required. (This is normal for a 2, 3 or 4 belt system for those belts not present) Check both CSB connections. Replace board and rerun a learn. Replace CSB and re-run a learn. n/a

No belt or CSB is not being monitored.

CSB not detected after a learn was complete.

No belt installed.

Bad CSB connection. Bad monitor board Bad CSB 1 All well CSB is being monitored and all is well Reserved Reserved Reserved Alert Status n/a

2 3 4 5

Reserved Reserved Reserved Alert Schedule CSBs replacement

n/a n/a n/a Bad connections at CSB connectors. The CSB is approaching its expected life span and may have exposed cords due to jacket damage or wear. Bad connections at CSB connectors.

n/a n/a n/a Check all SB connections and clear the fault log. Visually inspect the belt for damage. Schedule replacement of all belts within a maximum of 1 year.

Alarm Replace CSBs

Alarm Status

Check all CSB connections and clear the fault log.

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Status Code # of LED Flashes/ for Each Belt

Fault label description

Detail fault description

Cause

Corrective action (Areas that field personnel should check) Do not allow the car to return to service until all CSBs have been replaced.

immediately

Check RSL wiring and communicati on system

The CSB has reached its expected life span and may have exposed and/or broken cords due to jacket damage or wear. Bad RSL wiring RSL system is not / connections or functioning or is RSL system not present. communication failure Bad connection at monitor board. Bad component on monitor board. n/a n/a Data Archive Damaged Failure. Caused EEPROM by invalid starting resistance data in the EEPROM Board Fault Damaged flash memory on board

unused EEPROM Fault

Repair the external RSL system if it is present. If it is not present, ensure the RSL DIPSW. S1 is set to address 0 to disable this interface. Reseat all RSL connections to monitor board. Replace monitor board use existing EEPROM. n/a Replace with blank EEPROM and restart system. The system should return monitor mode (all is well mode). Replace board and transfer existing EEPROM to new board. Correct the CSB connections and rerun the learn. Replace board and retry the learn. If this fault is still present after the learn, replace CSB.

10

11

Replace Board, use existing EEPROM Bad CSB connection

CSB bad connection detected during a Learn Operation.

Bad connection of CSB connector at either end. Defective monitor board or CSB.

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Status Code # of LED Flashes/ for Each Belt

Fault label description

Detail fault description

Cause

Corrective action (Areas that field personnel should check) Correct the CSB connections and rerun the learn. Replace board and rerun the learn. Replace bad CSB. Temperature must be lowered below 55 deg. C Replace monitor board retaining existing EEPROM. n/a Normal on power up. No belts are being monitored. Learn operation is required.

12

Starting resistance error

Cord pairs starting resistances vary too much within the CSB during a Learn Operation.

Bad connection of CSB connector at either end. Bad monitor board Bad CSB

13

Hoistway Over temperature

Excessive ambient temperature detected by the monitor unit. n/a

Excessive temperature. Bad monitor board if temperature normal. n/a

14 15

Unused Standby Learn required

CSB System is Learn operation is in Standby. required. System is not monitoring the CSBs.

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11.12 Failed Learn Operation
Reposition the CSB/s with a fault code 12 at the monitor end and the shorting connector end. Move the CSB the same way at both ends. After moving the fault code 12 CSB/s, rerun the same learn operation as was run before.

or

.6mm gap

1.7 In contact with side of connector

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11.13Test Operation
SW3: Press and hold, (maximum 60 seconds), SW3/Test switch until fault code 6 appears on all CSBs. This function allows the user to verify that the elevator system is responding appropriately to a CSB Monitoring fault condition. When finished clear the test fault. Depress SW1/Learn switch three, (3), times within five, (5), seconds.

Test Operation SW3, depress and hold until fault code 6 & 10 activates for all belts.

For this test operation Code 10 self resets. Use clear faults operation on page 22 to clear code 6.

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11.14Trouble Shooting
Using the LED status table provided above for the corrective actions required for various faults detected by the system. The following is more detailed information on the fault description and corrective actions. 11.14.1 Improper Learn Operation

After performing a learn operation, if any sequence of status LED other than one, (1), flash series occurs, you must correct the problem as stated in the LED status table. Once the problem is corrected a new learn operation must be performed. 11.14.2 Alert Condition

The alert status is displayed when the CSBs are worn to a point that dictates the CSBs be replaced with in one, (1), year. However, during installation or thereafter an alert fault can occur due to a bad connection at either end of the CSBs. For this reason, first check and if needed, repair the CSB connection for the belt in alert. Then clear the fault by pressing the learn switch three, (3), times. The fault will reappear if the problem lies elsewhere. If the alert condition persists visually inspect the CSB top to bottom for wear or damage. Schedule a complete CSB replacement within a year. 11.14.3 Alarm Condition

The alarm condition is displayed when the CSBs are worn to the point that they need immediate replacement. However as in the case of an alert, this can also be caused by a bad connection to the CSB, at either end. Check and repair the respective belts connections and clear the fault. If the alarm persists the CSB has reached its expected life span and may have broken and/or exposed cords due to jacket wear or damage. Do not allow the car to return to service until all CSBs have been replaced. 11.14.4 Communication Failure

RSL fault, check the RSL communication system. If there is no RSL present ensure that the RSL dip switch, (S1), is set to address 0. Another cause for this fault is a bad RSL wire connection at the board. This fault can also be tied to a bad component on the CSB monitor board, in which case, retain the existing EEPROM and install it on the replaced new CSB monitor board or the problem could be a bad component on the car controller side which may need replacement. 11.14.5 EEPROM Fault

As the name suggests, if the on board EEPROM is detected to be defective as a result of software checks, this fault is generated. This has a very low probability of occurrence, but if detected it will be reported on the relay interface as an alarm and on the discrete and RSL as a board fault. This feature will enable the mechanic to understand the root cause and correct the defective EEPROM fault. Power down the CSB monitor system and replace the EEPROM with a blank EEPROM, re-apply power.

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11.14.6 Board Fault The board fault is generated as a result of checking the functionality of the on board flash memory. This also has a very low probability of occurrence and as in the EEPROM fault an alarm is generated to communicate this fault to the car controller without flashing the alarm code on the CSB monitor unit. This will enable the mechanic to understand the root cause and correct the situation. As a corrective action, power the CSB monitor system down and replace the bad CSB monitor board. Remove the EEPROM from the old CSB monitor board and install it into the new monitor board. Re-apply power. 11.14.7 Bad CSB Connection Fault

This fault indicates that a bad CSB connection was detected during a learn operation. Check the connector for the indicated CSB and rerun the learn operation. If the fault is still present replace the CSB monitor board and rerun the learn operation. This fault can also be tied to a bad CSB. 11.14.8 Starting Resistance Fault

This fault is caused due to excessive variation between cord pair resistances discovered during the learn operation. Since the CSB lengths are the same, the resistances of the cords are expected to be within 3% of each other. If, for any reason, this is not satisfied then this fault will be generated. The likely potential cause for this is an improper connection or a defective CSB monitoring unit. Check and repair the CSB connection then rerun the learn operation. If the fault reappears, replace the CSB monitor unit and rerun the learn operation. 11.14.9 Over Temperature

This fault is caused when excessive ambient temperature is detected by the CSB monitor system. When this occurs, along with the over temperature LED status being displayed on the CSB monitoring system, as in the previous faults, an alarm is also generated and communicated to the car controller (with the exception of units programmed for ANSI code requirements) without flashing the alarm code on the CSB monitor unit. This will enable the mechanic to understand the root cause and correct the fault. The car controller responds to the alarm by sending the car to the next available landing, opening the doors and shutting down. The alarm signal along with the over temperature LED fault status goes away once the temperature goes down to 55 degrees C. Some hysteresis is provided to avoid repeated ON and OFF alarm signals in the event the temperature fluctuates around the trigger point. If the ambient temperature is normal replace the CSB monitor unit reusing the existing EEPROM with the new CSB monitor board.

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Running on PCB:GBA 26800 KV3 / KV4 / KV7 or higher Baseline Software version:DAA30785BAA or higher 12.1.1 General overview The software baseline 30785 is intended for use on the MCB3x board in conjunction with vector-oriented motor control systems. Operation of the following motor basic types is possible: - SM control: synchronous motor vector control; - ASM control: asynchronous (induction) motor vector control. Different controller interface types are implemented. The following types are selectable: - Interface via CAN-bus; - discrete coded interface (CIF) via V1..V4 inputs and DS1..DS3 outputs.

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12.1.2 MCB3X service tool menu overview

<M>
MCB_III -Menu > Monitor=1 Test=2 MCB_III Menu > Setup=3 Calibr=4

Monitor = 1

Test = 2

Setup = 3

Calibr = 4
ASM control:

State=1 Input=2 Output=3

DAC=1 ErrLog=2 DataLog=5 PVT=6 Fan=7 Maint=8 > Safety=9 LoadW=A RopeSlip=B >

Contrac=1 Prof=2 Van=3 StaSto=4 > Eng=5 Default=6 Store=7 Load=8 >

Learn=1

SM control:

Learn=1 EncAdj=2 LoadWeighing=3 Motor=1 Ctrl=2 MotEqC=3 Load=7

<2>

Actual=1 Saved=2

<5>

<8>

Status=1

Set=2

<9>

BSWdis=3

Figure: MCB3X service tool menu overview Some menu items and details are different depending on the selected main configuration; see chapter 12.1.1 "General overview". Gray shaded menu item "Loadweighing" is only visible for "LoadW type"=5 (RopeLW v.CAN).

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12.1.3 Service Tool Reference List 12.1.3.1


SHT_DWN

Motion Command Modes

Shutdown; a run is interrupted due to a fault. An event display (Errlog = 2 Actual = 1) always explains the reason. Wait for Safety. Drive performs safety checks and enters READY mode. WT_F_SF Drive waits for a run command from the controller (e.g. LCB_II) READY Note: safety chain consistency (SW or UIB, DIB) is checked at start of run. Normal run up see notes below. RUN_UP Normal run down see notes below. RUN_DWN Inspection run up see notes below INS_UP Inspection run down see notes below INS_DWN Emergency stop ES During normal run the safety chain (SW or UIB,DIB) has been interrupted. Power-save mode active. DC-link has been switched off but drive is ready to accept P_SAVE commands and restart DC-link. Note: The states of UIB / DIB must match to the run command: either UIB or DIB active for INS_UP / INS_DWN; both UIB & DIB active for RUN_UP / RUN_DWN.

12.1.3.2
IDLE START ACC CONST T DEC CREEP HALT

Motion Logic States


Waiting for a command (Inverter power section disabled) Energize BY and SW relays and premagnetization Accelerating to NOM SPE Normal speed or reduced speed generates IP signals and waits for deceleration command or 1LS / 2LS. Deceleration to CRE SPE Creep run, waiting for LV Deceleration to zero speed, electrical stop, brake drop.

12.1.3.3
Input variable UIB DIB <cc dd> 1LS 2LS 1LV 2LV LV UIS DIS SW RDY DBD THM

Available inputs (MCB3x with CAN-bus interface)


Explanation Inspection button up & SAF signal for normal run Inspection button down & SAF signal for normal run Motion command; see table below Limit switch down Limit switch up Door zone switch up Door zone switch down 1LV and 2LV Up impulse switch Down impulse switch Up or down signal on (SW energized) Ready signal, PWM enabled (hardware protection signal) Drive&Brake disconnected (SW and BY relay dropped; see wiring diagram) Temperature motor (Off when overheat) Pin (MCB3X) P 1.3 P 1.4 P6 (CAN) P6 (CAN) P6 (CAN) P 41.3 P 41.4 -internalP 41.1 P 41.2 -internal-internalP 3.1 or internal P41.5

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TDBR BS1 BS2

DBR temperature switch (OFF when overheat) Brake switch 1 Brake switch 2

P6 (DCBII) P42.1 P42.4

12.1.3.4
<cc ... REL UNV COR RSC MRO TCI ERO Idl GOT

Motion Commands sent by TCBC via CAN-bus interface


... dd> EN or ST ALD UP,DN or ST UP,DN or ST UP,DN or ST UP,DN or ST UP,DN or ST ST 0 x Explanation Relevel run enabled or stop invalid Correction run up, down or stop Rescue run up, down or stop Manual rescue operation up, down or stop Top of car inspection run up, down or stop Electrical recall operation up, down or stop stop Goto floor x

12.1.3.5

Available outputs (MCB3x with CAN-bus interface)

Output variable Explanation Pin (MCB3X) Run direction signal up -internalUP Run direction signal down -internalDN Brake relay P 3.4 BY Inverter (PWM) disabled logic signal -internalPWMD Inverter relay (connects inverter to mains supply) -on PowerboardINV Charge relay (bypasses charging resistors) -on PowerboardCH Fan driver with output voltage in [%] 1) -internalFAN [%] See description of CAN interface output data below P6 (CAN) <...> 1) Output voltage for FAN is controllable (temperature-dependent) only for 9kW packages. For 5kW only 0% and 100% are possible.

12.1.3.6
State Down Init Idle Runn Dece Targ Cali WfSf

Drive state information sent to TCBC via CAN-bus interface


Explanation Shut Down, Drive not ready Power On Reset Drive ready Running Decelerating At target Calibration (Learn run or encoder adjustment) Wait for Safety Chain

12.1.3.7
0 1

Detailed event description table


f Software reset without power reset. Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. start self test , if negative, then change EPROM change MCB change package Shut down of the inverter after occurrence of an error

SYS: WARMSTART

defective EPROM MCB hardware problem bad internal voltage supply f SYS: Shut Down

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Message allows a quick overview about the shutdown reason. For further information refer to the concerned event. 2 f1 Drive has entered the DDP mode SYS: DDP The time between two positive edges of LV Check car movement and LV signals magnets was longer than the DDP time The DDP error is often caused by other events. adjusted by SVT 3 f EEPROM writing or reading problems SYS: E2P failure Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. no EEPROM on the MCB plug in EEPROM correctly defective EEPROM change EEPROM after verification by self test (M2-3) defective MCB change MCB 4 i Parameter(s) have been (manually) changed after power-on SYS: ParaChanged information only 5 i All parameters have been (manually) set to their default values. SYS: ParaDefault The unit is not able to run correctly with default If a backup parameter set has been stored by SVT values (M-3-7) this set can be reloaded (M-3-8). Otherwise the drive has to be completely readjusted. 6 f One or more parameters stored in the EEPROM are outside the range SYS: E2P InvPara of their minimal or maximal values. Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. if error occurs after software change or after Note all parameters, perform DEFAULT setting adjustment: and readjust the drive again. EEPROM selftest (M-2-3) failed Change EEPROM 7 f The parameter ConNmot is inconsistent with other parameters. SYS: ParaConflkt The maximum INS SPE is at synchronous Check the parameters CON SPE, ConNmot, Motor speed of the motor, Type, MotFnom, MotNom, the maximum NOM SPE is >= 110 % of the INS SPE, NOM SPE. synchronous speed of the motor. 8 e Information for factory testing only SYS: PckgTst Err Failure message only during factory test 9 f The line voltage has dropped for a short time (e.g. one phase lost). SYS: Power Fail voltage loss (line) check line connections L1 to L3 short voltage drop or voltage variation if this occurs frequently: verification of line voltages with recorder is necessary 10 f For GeN2 R only: SYS: Line Phase A line phase error has been detected by a hardware check on the Battery Control Board (BCB). The error is read by the SPBC. The SPBC sends a corresponding CAN message to the MCB. Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. One of the three line phases is missing or has Wait until all the three line phases have correct low voltage. level. 11 f3 15V power supply is missing on MCB SYS: <15V Supply external short circuit in 15VDC power supply check voltage supply and wiring defective MCB change MCB defective board with 15VDC power supply change respective board or complete drive 12 f Inverter relay dropped (DC-link disconnected from mains supply) SYS: Inv-Relay

The error which caused the shut down can be displayed with <SHIFT> <DOWN>

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Power save mode is active information only Drive blockage (too much consecutive fatal additional information only. Check other logged errors at a time) events and refer to the concerning event. w Not all events have been stored during last power-OFF SYS: not all err Too many errors have been logged before Notify all (remaining) saved error events and clear power has been switched off. Some events error logging. and/or maintenance information may be lost. not used f 1LS and 2LS are active at the same time SYS: 1LS + 2LS Note: compare input display of these signals (M-1-2GOON) with LCB / TCB(C) display faulty wiring check wiring defective sensor(s) check sensor(s) and replace if necessary voltage supply of LS sensors is missing check voltage supply defective MCB change MCB f Internal MCB error occurred (value format error) SYS: Int FormErr Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. secondary effect if power code is invalid refer to other logged events w Measured zero offset for one A/D converter is too large. INV: ADC Offset Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. defective package change package (if occurs permanently) not used w Bad calibration (trimming) values stored in power board EEPROM. INV: ADC calibr Note: in this case the Udcl & Temperature measurement uses fixed ROM values. Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. defective or uncalibrated power boards change package f Bad power code stored in power board (DCB_II or PBX). INV: PowerCode ? Note: power-code is factory-preconfigured and stored in EEPROM of power board. faulty wiring to power boards (50-pole flat check wiring cable) defective parts (e.g. EEPROM) on power board change power board (DCB_II or PBX) f2 DC link voltage too high INV: >Volt DC wrong or defective brake resistor (DBR) Check and/or measure DBR (see HW Basic data for values); change if necessary. faulty wiring to the DBR check wiring defective inverter change inverter f IGBT module temperature exceeded. Warning but allow finishing of INV: >Heat Packg current run for >= 90C, immediate shutdown for >= 100C. defective fan test fan (M-2-7) and wiring, change if necessary dusty / clogged air filters (if applicable) clean / exchange air filters if necessary defective temperature sensor change inverter f6 DC-link voltage is too low INV: <Volt DC Loss of line voltage; one phase missing check line voltage supply & wiring line voltage is too low check line voltage, check CHF (impedance). if this occurs frequently: verification of line voltages with recorder is necessary defective rectifier change inverter

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not used IGBT overcurrent detected Note: done by peak detection in DC-link current measurement. motor current too high (in conjunction with refer to description of "DRV: Overload" "DRV: Overload") short circuit in motor / motor cable or earth check motor / motor cable / connectors leakage defective power board (DCB_II or PBX) change power board defective inverter (error occurs permanently) change inverter f DBR overheat detected INV: >Heat DBR Note: Temperature switch has opened; status/input displays "tdbr" defective temperature switch / wiring check temperature switch / wiring / connector P6 on DCB_II DBR is too hot because of bad air circulation ensure proper air circulation (check vent holes) DBR is overloaded because of too much ensure that overload situations do not occur or regenerating runs of elevator ensure better DBR ventilation f4 Power supply failure of IGBT gate drivers INV: IGBT Pfail defective power boards / inverter check power boards / inverter missing plug P11 on MCB check plug P11 on MCB e Temperature measurement in IGBT module does not work correctly. INV: Temp meas. Note: Additional subcode t is always = 0 for this SW version. defective temperature sensor or circuit check power boards / inverter Note: danger of undetected overheating ! f4 DBR nominal / actual current mismatch: INV: brake chopp Unexpected current when DBT is OFF / no current when DBT is ON DBR defective or not properly connected check DBR & connection defective DBT (brake IGBT) change inverter f THM Motor temperature switch operated; status/input displays "thm" INV: >Heat Motor Only applicable with CAN interface defective temperature switch / wiring check temperature switch / wiring / connector 7M (controller) and P41.5 (MCB) f4 Signal "PFAIL" is active INV: PFAIL sig. Note: Signal is not yet used but disables PWM drivers if active. defective 50-pole flat cable on MCB check cable defective MCB check MCB e Error in CAN bus messaging system CAN: CAN error CAN bus disconnected Check CAN bus connection at P6 of MCB External voltage supply for CAN bus missing Check 24 V between P6.1 and P6.4 of MCB Defective MCB Change MCB e CAN bus message could not be sent successfully CAN: BusOff CAN bus disconnected Check CAN bus connection at P6 of MCB External voltage supply for CAN bus missing Check 24 V between P6.1 and P6.4 of MCB Defective MCB Change MCB f1 CAN bus software could not be initialized successfully CAN: OPB_Init CAN bus initialization failed Power On Reset e CAN bus message could not be sent successfully CAN: TxQueueFull CAN bus disconnected Check CAN bus connection at P6 of MCB External voltage supply for CAN bus missing Check 24 V between P6.1 and P6.4 of MCB Defective MCB Change MCB INV: >Curr IGBT f4

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No CAN bus message received about limit switches 1LS and 2LS from the TCBC for more than 4 sec. Car is stopped at next committable floor, further starts are disabled. TCBC software not working Check TCBC software CAN bus disconnected Check CAN bus connection at P6 of MCB External voltage supply for CAN bus missing Check 24 V between P6.1 and P6.4 of MCB 37 f Emergency stop, the safety chain was interrupted before the regular M C: EMERGNCY ST end of a normal run safety chain was disconnected. check safety chain or UIB / DIB signals Note: for more detailed information refer to signals INS / ES / DW / DFC (on LCB_II / TCB(C)) 38 e/ Invalid motion command from LCB_II / TCB(C) received. M C: Command Lst f 10 Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. for discrete coded interface: possible faulty check wiring/connections; check HL2 (e.g. wiring of V1-V4, DS1-DS3 or HL2. connection to HL1) Note: use two SVT's to compare these signal Note: in this case a drive blockage is possible after groups on MCB vs. LCB_II / TCB(C). 10 occurrences of this event. defective MCB change MCB defective LCB_II / TCB(C) change LCB_II / TCB(C) 39 e Normal run is not possible without previous successful learn run. M C:FR w/o Learn perform learn run 40 f not used for this SW version M C: U/D lost 41 f Motion Command from LCB_II / TCB(C) does not fit to UIB, DIB state M C: MC+SafetyCh faulty wiring check V1 - V4 (if applicable) and UIB, DIB wiring defective MCB input change MCB change of input signal was too fast in INS mode ignore 42 f Encoder adjustment required (only for SM control) M C: Encodr adj? Info message only. Encoder adjustment is forced by the following events (see description there): 0: SYS: WARMSTART 68: DRV: Encoder Err 71: DRV: >Speed 76: DRV: Encoder Dir 77: DRV: MRO done 43 f not used for this SW version M C: SafetyChain 44 f incorrect state of SW signal, SW-signal indicates switching state of M C: Chk SW Sig main contacts loose or missing connection from MCB P11 to check cables and connections power boards defective MCB change MCB 45 f4 Incorrect state of DBD signal (active = Stop , inactive = Run) M C: Chk DBD Sig DBD test plug on power board disconnected connect DBD test plug correctly bad contact of the NC-switches in DBD chain check contact; replace switch if necessary (e.g. "SW"; see wiring diagram MCB P3.1) faulty wiring on external DBD plug (MCB P3.1) check wiring defective power board containing SW relays change power board (DCB_II or PDB_II) defective MCB change MCB CAN:1/2lsUndefnd

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incorrect state of BSW signal. Note: a "critical check" leads to an immediate drive blockage after first occurrence. See additional subcode information in Appendix A. Faulty wiring or brake switches Check parameter BrakeSW type; Check brake switches and wiring e Invalid motion command received MLS: TCB Inp Err e = 0: Different parameters for Bottom Floor or check parameters Bottom Floor and Top Floor Top Floor on MCB and TCBC on MCB and TCBC e = 1: Command mismatch: MRO-command during standard mains-power operation / non-MRO command during MRO operation f4 Measured current in brake coil does not match expected state. M C: Chk I_brake Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. subcode e = 1: Current expected but not check wiring and connections within brake coil measured current. subcode e = 2: No current expected but current check wiring and connections within brake coil measured current. Replace package if no other reason found. subcode e = 3: Brake current is measured, but Set parameter "Chk I_Brake avai" to 1. check is disabled subcode e = 4: Brake check enabled, but not Set parameter "Chk I_Brake avai" to 0. available by hardware w Deceleration in the top or bottom landing initiated by 2LS or 1LS. MLS: LS Ini Dec Additional subcode provides further information: 1=1LS; 2=2LS. Message occurred at correction run ignore 1LS / 2LS length incorrect (too long) check 1LS / 2LS length & adjustment parameter 1LS DLY / "2LS DLY" is too small Increase parameter "1LS DLY' / "2LS DLY" (M-3-3goon). Check that deceleration distance for a correction run is still sufficient. Note: A correction run can be forced by an INS run outside a doorzone. After every Power-On the MCB requests the actual car position from MLS: SPB Pos Cor SPBC. The car position of the MCB was corrected due to this received message. Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. Power-Off occurred during run. Car passed LV ignore switch during power-Off. w Deceleration was initiated before acceleration has finished. MLS: <Acc Dist (i.e. no CONST phase or CONST phase too short). Additional subcode is always =0 for this software version. secondary effect of Emergency Stop, Shut check other occurred errors Downs, Correction runs w Final rampdown was initiated before deceleration has finished MLS: <Dec Dist (i.e. no CREEP phase) secondary effect of Emergency Stop, Shut check other occurred errors Downs, Correction runs; floor count mismatch the actual floor distance does not correspond check floor distance; start learn run again with the learned floor distance parameter "T_creep" is too small increase parameter T_creep (M-3-3-GOON) w Limit switch 1LS / 2LS versus run direction mismatch. MLS: Stop in LS faulty 1/2LS sensors or wiring check LS wiring not used M C: Chk BSW Sig

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not used releveling was prevented due to invalid load measurement or due to car overload attempt to relevel during overload state info only load weighing doesnt work correctly check load weighing not used not used not used f8 The creep time was longer than (0.64 * DDP time) sec. w/o. any valid MLS: LV Missed LV signals detected. missing LV magnet or defective sensors check magnets and sensors secondary effect of Emergency Stop, Shut check other occurred errors Downs, Correction runs; floor count mismatch only one LV signal was detected at units with if applicable (e.g. LCB_II): check LV1, LV2 relays both 1LV and 2LV specified and LVCT -time by a slow INS RUN. Check that creep speed is not too low. defective MCB change MCB f8 LV signals detected but lost again during Creep or Halt phase. MLS: LV lost secondary effect of Emergency Stop, Shut check other occurred errors Downs, Correction runs; floor count mismatch secondary effect of event 52: "MLS: <Dec Dist" see description there LV DLY too large check and decrease LV DLY (M-3-3-goon) other possible reasons see event 60: see description there "MLS: LV Missed" w When reaching 1LS or 2LS: Actual floor count does not match MLS:LV Count Err expected floor (LV) count. miscounting of door zones at e.g. INS operation ignore or manual car movement during power-OFF parameter TOP FLOOR or BOTTOM FLOOR is check these parameters not correct other possible reasons see event 60: see description there "MLS: LV Missed" w LV signal chattering longer then 20 ms (i.e. signal(s) are not stable). MLS: LV Trig Err Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. One occurrence at approx. 1000 runs is usual LV signals are noisy check wiring (HL2), and (24V-) power supply. wrong distance or alignment of LV sensors & check distance and alignment magnets defective LV sensors; bad contacts etc. check sensors, contacts etc. PRS does not fulfill requirements use correct PRS. Note: PRS2 system recommended. f8 Too many LV failures. MLS: LV failures Indicated only when drive is blocked for this reason. generic LV error message only. See error logging for event which caused the blockage. MLS:NoRLV at OLD w

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releveling was prevented due to missing UIS or DIS signals. Note: correct UIS/DIS signal presence is checked at normal runs prior to the RLEV run. Missing or unreliable UIS / DIS magnets or check magnets and sensors sensors not used e Number of relevel runs within the same floor exceeded (is limited to 4) MLS: RLV-Count UIS or DIS magnets adjusted faulty check adjustment of UIS and DIS magnets w Encoder warning (w/o shutdown) DRV: EncoderWarn Note: additional subcode w is always = 80 for this SW version. see error 69: "DRV: Encoder Err" f Encoder error (generates shutdown). DRV: Encoder Err Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. possible electrical noises caused by bad check shielding / earth connections shielding or ground /earth wiring temporary bad contacts check wiring / connectors to encoder defective encoder check / change encoder defective encoder input on MCB change MCB not used f4 Overspeed detected: DRV: >Speed The motor turns faster than the dictated speed profile. Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. secondary effect of any drive- or encoder failure Check other occurred errors. defective or disconnected encoder check encoder & connection defective MCB change MCB f4 Underspeed detected: DRV: <Speed The motor turns slower than the dictated speed profile. defective or disconnected encoder check encoder & connection. Note: SVT menu "PVT" (M-2-6) can help. Mechanical friction is too high Check all typical friction reasons: brake lining clearance, state of guide rails; gearbox etc. inertia of the whole system is too high check inertia of system; reduce if possible (e.g. dismount flywheel on MOD units) defective MCB change MCB not used w Rollback at start. DRV: Rollb Start Additional subcode provides the rollback distance in mm. Start-Stop-parameters are set incorrectly check start-related parameters (M-3-4-goon). Load-weighing device does not work correctly check / adjust load-weighing device. or is not correctly adjusted w Rollback at stop. DRV: Rollb Stop Additional subcode provides the rollback distance in mm. Start-Stop-parameters are set incorrectly check stop-related parameters (M-2-4-goon) f4 The sequence of the encoder signals is reversed DRV: Encoder Dir Encoder trace wires swapped (ASM control Swap encoder wires at connector P5.3 and P5.4 only) secondary effect of any encoder- or adjusting check other occurred errors failure MLS:UIS/DIS miss

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Message received from SPBC (if applicable) that the car was moved while the drive was powered down. A new encoder adjustment will be automatically initiated. Information only f4 HW overload signal is active for longer than a pre-defined time DRV: Overld>Time (0.5 sec.) acceleration rate is too high decrease acceleration rate power of inverter is too low check power of inverter and motor flywheel inertia is too big reduce flywheel inertia w HW overload signal from DC-link current measurement is active. DRV: Overload Note: The drive will decrease the profile and allow for safe completion of the run. see also event 78: "DRV: Overld>Time" f4 At start of a run at least one of the three motor lines was missing. DRV: Phase Down Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. missing motor line check wiring of motor lines defective SW switch (if appropriate) check SW switch e Speed controller output (motor torque and current) has reached the DRV: I Overload internal limit acceleration rate is too high decrease acceleration rate power of inverter is too low check power of inverter and motor e Too much power from battery requested during automatic rescue DRV: Batt O_load operation (ARO). ARO run was stopped and started again into the opposite direction. Load weighing disabled Check parameter "LoadW type " (M-3-1-goon..) Load weighing not calibrated (M-2-A) Perform load weighing calibration Load weighing incorrect (M-2-A) not used not used not used not used f Length of magnet is too short (minimum 170 mm) LRN: < Mag Len faulty floor is displayed in Error Logging use magnet(s) with correct length f Length of magnet is too long (maximum 450 mm). LRN: > Mag Len Note: faulty floor is displayed in Error Logging. Magnet length is too long. use magnets with shorter length. Problem can occurr especially for small Example: Conr.speed=0.4m/s; Con Nmot=1500; contract speeds & high motor r.p.m. Encoder=1024x2 --> max. length is 250mm. f Length of used magnets varies too much LRN: Mag Len Var faulty floor is displayed in Error Logging use magnet(s) with the same length f Distance between 2 door zones is too short (minimum 170 mm) LRN: <Floor Dist faulty floor is displayed in Error Logging check distance f The run time at contract speed between 2 landings is more then 52 LRN: >Floor Dist seconds. DRV: MRO done

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Check floor distance, install intermediate landing if necessary. Positive LV edges were not read correctly. see error 63 'MLS: LV trig err' 92 f More floors will be counted at learn run than adjusted by SVT LRN: Too many LV (TOP FLOOR / BOTTOM FLOOR). parameter TOP FLOOR or BOTTOM FLOOR is Check parameter TOP FLOOR and BOTTOM incorrect FLOOR (M-3-1-goon). 93 f Learn run was aborted because of an error LRN: Learn abort see Error Logging (M-2-1-...) 94 f4 Encoder adjustment has been aborted by a shutdown. ADJ: EncAdj err Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. Some common used subcodes are listed below. e=7 Cannot exit PREMAG mode Check parameter "motor type" parameter; check motor current measurement. Check that start parameters (e.g. PROF DLY") are not too long (> 4 sec). e=10 Safety chain opened during adjustment Check safety chain (e.g. limit switches) e=11 Adjustment aborted by any further Check event logging and solve the possible error shutdown reason (see event logging) acc. to event description. e=12 UIB or DIB released during If adjustment is not possible in NOR mode: ensure adjustment in ERO mode that UIB or DIB is pressed during the whole adjustment. e=20 No or not enough motion detected Check motor brake operation; check encoder connection e=21 or 23 Check load & balance condition; check encoder & Too much motion detected encoder connection e=22 Angle deviation is too big Check encoder & encoder connection; replace (end vs. start of adjustment) MCB if necessary. 95 i Automatic encoder adjustment has been performed ADJ: Auto-Encadj information only. See also event 42: "M C: Encodr adj?". 96 e Load weighing calibration has not been performed ALW:No LoadW Cal load weighing has to be calibrated perform load weighing calibration 97 e Load weighing system error ALW: LWSS Error Additional subcode provides further information; see Appendix A. wrong parameter 'LoadW type' check and correct parameter 'LoadW type' LWB2 not calibrated perform calibration on LWB2 bad connection to LWSS check connections defective LWSS (load weighing sensors) check / change sensors 98 not used 99 not used

Floor distance is too large.

12.1.3.8

Additional informational messages

These messages appear only in the state display. They are not stored in the event logging.
SYS: Msg Lost Only indicated in state-display, when events occur faster than they can be displayed. See event logging (M-2-1-...) for details.

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Release UIB/DIB Switch to ERO Chk saved errlog

Battery Mode

Request at the end of encoder adjustment Request at the end of encoder adjustment All actual errors have been moved to the Saved errorlog because the DClink has been switched off (Shutdown blockage or Power-save mode active). Further events are displayed in state-display but no more logged. See saved event logging (M-2-2-...). Battery mode active: Drive supplied from battery (nom. 48V).

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12.1.4 SM control: Parameter Overview Contract (M 3 1):


Parameter name Min. Default Max. Actual values / Remarks Con Spe[0.01m/s] 40 100 180 According to contract Con Nmot [rpm] 80 475 1000 According to contract Motor type 500 510 964 Sys Inert[g*m^2] 10 1000 9999 Encodertype 4 5 5 4 LoadW type 0 5 6 5 2LV avail. 0 0 1 According to contract DDP [s] 1 20 45 TOP FLOOR 1 1 31 BOTTOM FLOOR 0 0 30 1) FLOORS IN 1LS 1 1 2 BrakeSWtype 0 3 3 3 Chk I_Brake avai 0 1 1 Motor Dir [0/1] 0 0 1 1) changeable only for CAN-bus configurations 2) unit of parameter in [g*m^2] or [kg*m^2]; depending on motor type. Limits: 10 .. 9999 [g*m^2]; 1 .. 999 [kg*m^2].

Profile (M 3 2):
Parameter name INS SPE[0.01m/s] NOM SPE[0.01m/s] REL SPE[0.01m/s] CRE SPE[0.01m/s] ACC [0.01m/s^2] DEC [0.01m/s^2] Min. 3 20 1 3 5 5 Default 30 100 2 6 80 80 Max. 30 180 10 15 200 200 Actual values / Remarks According to contract

Vane (M 3 3):
Parameter name LV DLY UP [mm] LV DLY DOWN [mm] 1LS DLY [mm] 2LS DLY [mm] T_creep[10ms] Min. 0 0 0 0 1 Default 80 80 50 50 40 Max. 250 250 600 600 300 Actual values / Remarks

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Start / Stop (M 3 4):


Parameter name Min. Default Max. Actual values / Remarks PRETRQ PER[10ms] 0 0 **) 100 PROF DLY [10ms] 0 10 500 RMP DWN T2[10ms] 20 80 500 DRP BK DLY[10ms] 20 70 500 EL HLT PER[10ms] 0 30 500 DEMAG PER [10ms] 0 30 50 FULL LOAD [kg] 100 450 2000 BALANCE [%] 40 47 50 **) Value=20 recommended noise-reduction Value=0 downward-compatible; fast startup 2) These parameters are visible only for appropriate "LoadW type" settings.

Eng-Motor (M 3 5 1):
Parameter name Min. Default Max. Actual values / Remarks Mot Fnom [0.1Hz] 100 396 600 Mot Vnom [V] **** **** **** Mot Inom [A] **** **** **** Mot Nnom [rpm] 80 475 3600 Mot Cosp [0.001] **** **** **** not used for SM Use MotEqC [0/1] **** **** **** These parameters are partially read-only but not changeable for Motor types other than generic SM.

Eng-Ctrl (M 3 5 2):
Parameter name SpC Fil Start SpC Fil Run SpC Fil Stop Flx Weak levl[%] Mot Tr Corr [%] DelEncPulseStart Min. 25 25 **** **** **** **** Default 50 50 **** **** **** **** Max. 1000 1000 **** **** **** **** Actual values / Remarks used also for Stop currently not used for SM not used for SM not used for SM not used for SM

Eng MotEqC (M 3 5 3):


Parameter name Min. Default Max. Actual values / Remarks MotEqc Rs [mOhm] **** **** **** MotEqc Rr [mOhm] **** **** **** not used for SM MotEqc Lm[0.1mH] **** **** **** not used for SM MotEqcLsd[0.1mH] **** **** **** MotEqcLsq[0.1mH] **** **** **** MotEqc Lr[0.1mH] **** **** **** not used for SM MotEqc I0 [0.1A] **** **** **** These parameters are visible only for generic motor types and when "Use MotEqc" is set to 1.

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Eng - Load (M - 3 - 5 - 7):


Parameter name Min. Default Max. Actual values / Remarks ALWcomp Corr [%] 50 100 200 LwT5: LoadEmpty 0 0 9999 LwT5: LoadFull 0 0 9999 Load D no Sw [%] 0 5 130 Load U no Sw [%] 0 5 130 Load D 10 Sw [%] 0 20 130 Load U 10 Sw [%] 0 20 130 Load D 30 Sw [%] 0 40 130 Load U 30 Sw [%] 0 40 130 Load D 50 Sw [%] 0 65 130 Load U 50 Sw [%] 0 65 130 Load D 80 Sw [%] 0 90 130 Load U 80 Sw [%] 0 90 130 SJR enable **** **** **** These parameters are visible only for appropriate "LoadW type" settings. Some settings are only possible depending on interface type (CAN-bus or discrete coded interface (CIF) )

12.1.5 List of Installation Parameters SM control: Contract Parameters (M 3 1) These parameters must be set first during setup of the unit.
SVT-Display Con Spe[0.01m/s] Con Nmot [rpm] Description Defined contract speed of the unit Example: for contract speed = 1,60m/s set Con Spe = 160 Required motor r.p.m. to reach contract speed. Describes a fixed relation to contract speed; considering roping, gear ratio and sheave diameter. For motor type 500..503: = 382 for contract speed of 1,0 m/s = 611 for contract speed of 1,6 m/s = 649 for contract speed of 1,75m/s For motor type 510..511: = 475 for contract speed of 1,0 m/s For motor type 550: = 168 for contract speed of 1,75 m/s For motor type 551: = 96 for contract speed of 1,0 m/s Note: other values must be interpolated. motor type, generic or pre-defined (see table below). Motor types 900 and above are preliminary (ENG) motor types. total system inertia. Note: units are in [gm2] or [kgm2]; depending on motor type. value should be factory-preadjusted depending on contract data. Typical values for gearless PMSM machines (w.belts) are within the range of 0,5 2,5 kgm2 (500 2500 gm2) Used encoder type (only these pre-defined selections are possible): 4: Inc.3600/2/i Incremental encoder 3600 pulses; 2 traces; 1 indextrace (e.g. HEIDENHAIN typ ERN461); used for motor 500-503 5: Inc.4096/2/i Incremental encoder 4096 pulses; 2 traces; 1 indextrace (e.g. Tamagawa OIH48-4096); used for motor 510-511 6: Inc.8192/2/i Incremental encoder 8192 pulses; 2 traces; 1 indextrace (e.g. Hengstler RI76TD); used for motor 550-551

Motor type SysInert [g*m^2] or [kg*m^2] Encodertype

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LoadW type

2LV avail

DDP [s] TOP FLOOR BOTTOM FLOOR FLOORS IN 1LS BrakeSWtype

Chk I_Brake avai

Motor Dir

[0/1]

Used Loadweighing device: 0:-noneno loadweighing available 4: LWB2 via CAN Analog loadweighing(LWB2 connected via CAN-bus) 5: RopeLW v.CAN Rope loadweighing (Dinacell sensors connected via CAN-bus) 6: 4-switch LW 4-switch load weighing via discrete inputs on MCB3x 7: 4-sw.via CAN 4-switch load weighing via CAN-bus Note: some selections are only possible depending on interface type (CAN-bus or discrete coded interface (CIF). Additional parameters for adjusting: see ENG - Load' parameters. One or two LV sensors used: 0: No only 1LV used 1: Yes 1LV and 2LV used (e.g. for RLEV) DDP timeout value (set to default value of 20sec.) Has to be increased according contract speed and floor distance if required. Top position. Must match to LCB_II / TCBC system parameter "TOP". Example: for a unit with 8 floors set TOP FLOOR = 7 Bottom position. Note: Setting of values other than 0 is only possible for CAN-bus configuration. Number of floors in 1LS (default = 1) Exception: for 2 floors within 1LS area(e.g.short rise) set FLOORS IN 1LS = 2 used Brake switch type: 3:2xNC separat two normally-closed contacts wired separately (BS1 & BS2) Note: for SM control (e.g. GeN2-R) this parameter is not changeable. Measurement of brake current available 0: No for motor type 503 with external brake box 1: Yes for motor type 510-511 Motor direction: 0: original 1: reversed profile direction and MCB speed direction encoding. Must be toggled when car starts into other than expected direction.

Table 12.2: Available values for parameter "Motor type" (SM control)
Motor-type 500:G2 630x1.6 501:G2 1000x1.6 502:G2 630x1.0 503:G2 1000x1.0 510:G2R 450x1.0 511:G2R 630x1.0 550:BLU -S1.75D1 551:BLU -S1.0D1 Description GeN2 PMSM w. embedded magnets; 630kgx1.6m/s GeN2 PMSM w. embedded magnets; 1000kgx1.6m/s GeN2 PMSM w. embedded magnets; 630kgx1.0m/s GeN2 PMSM w. embedded magnets; 1000kgx1.0m/s GeN2-R Yaskawa PMSM; 450kgx1.0m/s GeN2-R Yaskawa PMSM; 630kgx1.0m/s Changsu Torin-Bluelight S1.75D1; 1000kgx1.75m/s Changsu Torin-Bluelight S1.0D1; 1000kgx1.0m/s

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SM control: Profile Parameters (M 3 2) These parameters are set automatically to common values when parameter "Con Spe" has been changed.
SVT-Display INS SPE[0.01m/s] NOM SPE[0.01m/s] Description Speed at inspection run. Example: for inspection run with 0,3m/s set INS SPE = 30 Nominal speed at constant run (normally set to "Con Spe"). Can be used to reduce nominal speed for test purposes. Example: to run a 1,6m/s unit at half speed set NOM SPE = 80 Releveling speed. The releveling speed should be 2...3 [0.01m/s]. Creep speed. The creep speed should be 6...8 [0.01m/s]. Do not exceed recommended max. value of 10. Acceleration rate. Can be decreased independently from nominal speed or deceleration. Do not exceed recommended value of 80. Example: for an acceleration rate of 0,5m/s2 set ACC = 50 [0.01m/s] Deceleration rate. Can be decreased independently from nominal speed or acceleration. Do not exceed recommended value of 80. Example: for a deceleration rate of 0,5m/s2 set DEC = 50 [0.01m/s]

REL SPE[0.01m/s] CRE SPE[0.01m/s] ACC [0.01m/s^2]

DEC [0.01m/s^2]

SM control: Vane parameters (M 3 3) Are used to delay hoistway signals without mechanical adjustments.
SVT-Display LV DLY UP [mm] Description Distance between the rising edge of the LV signal and the beginning of the profile rampdown-to-stop phase (in UP direction). If LV1 and LV2 are used, the inner LV zone is used (both signals logically AND'ed). The value is valid for all LV zones of the unit. If the feature RLEV is used, LV DLY UP and LV DLY DOWN must be identical. Distance between the rising edge of the LV signal and the beginning of the profile rampdown-to-stop phase (in DOWN direction). See the corresponding description for LV DLY UP. Delay of the hoistway switch 1LS. If deceleration is initiated by 1LS a > is displayed. The first normal run after an inspection run is a correction run and the deceleration is initiated by 1LS. Adjust 1LS DLY so that the creep time at a correction run is about 0.5 1 seconds. The creep time is displayed in the menu M-2-5. The value is displayed in the middle of the row and deleted at the next run. The deceleration rate of a correction run is always the maximum one (1.2 m/s2) and independent from the DEC value. Therefore 1LS DLY must not be modified after changing the deceleration rate for a normal run. Delay of the hoistway switch 2LS. See the corresponding description for 1LS DLY.

LV DLY DOWN [mm]

1LS DLY [mm]

2LS DLY [mm]

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T_creep[10ms]

Creep time for normal runs (not initiated by 1LS / 2LS). The actual creep time is faded into the SVT display for easier adjusting. Min.- and Max.- values are logged in SVT Menu DATALOG (M-2-5) in [10ms]-units. The parameter T_creep should be adjusted that the minimum value for the creep time is about 20 to 30 [*10ms]. The difference between the adjusted parameter T_creep and the measured creep time can be explained as follows: The creep time is calculated w/o the influence of the 1LV and 2LV relays (if present) and for an ideal speed control. The shortest creep time is achieved at multiple floor runs w. empty car down.

SM control: Start / Stop Parameters (M 3 4)


SVT-Display PRETRQ PER[10ms] Description Pretorque period (ramp-up of pretorque determined by load weighing device; for noise reduction). A value of 0 will apply the pretorque current immediately (fast but noisy). delay from brake switch feedback (brake lifted) to start of speed profile. Adjust so that the speed profile starts after the brake has completely lifted. For testing of start jerk behavior this parameter can be set temporarily to a high value. Ramp down period during HALT. During this time the speed profile is reduced by a constant slope from creep speed to zero. Drop brake delay. Starts at the same time when the ramp down time starts. Adjust so that the brake becomes effective after the drive has stopped electrically. Electrical halt period. After the ramp down period the drive is still powered by the inverter. Adjust so that the brake becomes mechanical effective within this period. Demag period (torque current rampdown) after brake has dropped (for noise reduction). A value of 0 will switch off motor current immediately (fast but noisy). visible only for parameter "LoadW type" > 0: Nominal full load of car in [kg] (e.g. 450, 630 or 1000) visible only for parameter "LoadW type" > 0: Nominal counterweight balance setting in [%] (e.g. 47)

PROF DLY

[10ms]

RMP DWN T2[10ms] DRP BK DLY[10ms] EL HLT PER[10ms]

DEMAG PER [10ms]

FULL LOAD [kg] BALANCE [%]

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SM control: Engineering (ENG) Parameters (M 3 5) ENG Motor Parameters (M 3 5 1) The following parameters are set automatically by parameter "Motor Type" and cannot be modified for pre-defined SM motor types:
SVT-Display Description Mot Fnom [0.1Hz] Nominal motor frequency specified by motor name plate Mot Vnom [V] Nominal phase-to-phase voltage specified by motor name plate *) Mot Inom [A] Nominal phase current specified by motor name plate *) Mot Nnom [rpm] Nominal synchronous rpm specified by motor name plate Mot Cosp [0.001] Not used for SM Use MotEqc [0/1] Not used for SM *) These values are masked out for predefined motor types

ENG Control Parameters (M 3 5 2)


SVT-Display SpC Fil Start SpC Fil Run SpC Fil Stop Flx Weak levl[%] Mot Tr Corr [%] DelEncPulseStart Description Speed measurement filter bandwidth; used for speed ~ 0 Speed measurement filter bandwidth; used for speed > 0 Currently not used for SM control Not used for SM Not used for SM Not used for SM (units: 0.1Hz) (units: 0.1Hz)

ENG MotEqC Parameters (M 3 5 3) These parameters are not applicable for predefined PMSM motor types. ENG Load Parameters (M 3 5 - 7)
SVT-Display ALWcomp Corr [%] Description for "LoadW type" = 4 and 5: Correction factor for internally calculated loadweighing compensation torque. Can be modified when there are still slightly start rollbacks after calibration. Rollback distance in mm is displayed in the right above corner for "LoadW type" = 5: measured "RopeLoad" value for empty car for "LoadW type" = 5: measured "RopeLoad" value for full car for "LoadW type" = 6 and 7 (load weighing by 4 discrete LW switches): Adjust parameter so that car is about to move but stays within static friction range after brake lifting (before profile run starts) for starts in DOWN direction. Applicable for all loads within the load range 0-10% (Load state = 0%). An additional roll-forward/backward info is faded into SVT display if applicable. for "LoadW type" = 6 and 7 (load weighing by 4 discrete LW switches): Adjust parameter so that car is about to move but stays within static friction range after brake lifting (before profile run starts) for starts in UP direction. Applicable for all loads within the load range 0-10% (Load state = 0%). An additional roll-forward/backward info is faded into SVT display if applicable. See corresponding description of "Load D no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 10-30% (Load state = 10%). See corresponding description of "Load U no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 10-30% (Load state = 10%).

LwT5: LoadEmpty LwT5: LoadFull Load D no Sw [%]

Load U no Sw [%]

Load D 10 Sw [%] Load U 10 Sw [%]

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Load D 30 Sw [%]

See corresponding description of "Load D no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 30-50% (Load state = 30%). Load U 30 Sw [%] See corresponding description of "Load U no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 30-50% (Load state = 30%). Load D 50 Sw [%] See corresponding description of "Load D no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 50-80% (Load state = 50%). Load U 50 Sw [%] See corresponding description of "Load U no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 50-80% (Load state = 50%). Load D 80 Sw [%] See corresponding description of "Load D no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 80% (Load state = 80%). Load U 80 Sw [%] See corresponding description of "Load U no Sw" above. Applicable for all loads within the load range 80% (Load state = 80%). SJR enable not used for SM control The parameters used for loadweighing are visible only for appropriate "LoadW type" settings.

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12.2 MCS-TCBC
Running on PCB: GAA26800KA or higher (TCBC) Software Version: GAA 30781 AAE 12.2.1 Tree Structure
.M. Main Menu

.F.

1. System Menu

2. Tools

.S.

1. Status Menu

2. Test Menu

3. Setup Menu

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Calls Inpus Outputs Group ICSS Cmd Drive (*)

1 2 3 4 5 6

Events Diagnosis Part RSL Selftest Plug (*)

1 2 3 1 2 3 4 4

Install RSL Allowed Enable Cut Call Card-Rd SHO/WCO (*) Pos DCS ELD Speech (*)

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 9

Search IO Erase IO Setup Inst Setup Door (*) Show Hist (*) CheckConfig(*) SB Program (*) SB Test (*)

Legend: 1 Service Tool Key

5 6 7

Opr.Memory

Notes (*): M117 M126 M1334 CAA M137

Drive TCBC, GECB only Plug HCB, TCB only SHO/WCO not in LCB2 earlier than Speech LCB2 only

M25 M24 M26 M26 M27

Show Hist Setup Door CheckConfig SB Program SB Test

TCB only LCB2, HCB, TCB only LCB2, HCB, TCB only LCB2 only LCB2 only

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12.2.2 TCBC Service Tool Reference List 12.2.2.1 Mode ACP ANS ARD ARO ATT CHC COR CTL DBF DCP DCS DHB DLM DTC DTO EFO EFS EHS EPC EPR EPW EQO ESB GCB HAD IDL INI INS ISC LNS MIT NAV NOR OLD PKS PRK ROT SHO WCO Operational Modes Remark

Description Anti Crime Protection Anti Nuisance Service Automatic Return Device Automatic Rescue Operation ATTendend service Cut off Hall Call COrrection Run Car To Landing Drive / Break Fault Delayed Car Protection Door Check Sequence Door Hold Button mode Door Lock Monitoring Door Time protection Close Door Time protection Open Emergency Fireman's Operation Emergency Fireman's Service Emergency Hospital Service Emergency Power wait for Correction run Emergency Power Rescue run Emergency Power Wait for normal Earth Quake Operation Emergency Stop Button resp. J-Relay fault General Control of Buttons Hoistway Access Detection IDLe INItialize INSpection Independent ServiCe Load Non Stop service Moderate Incoming Traffic Not AVailable NORmal OverLoad Device ParKing Switch PaRKing car RiOT operation SHabat Operation Wild Car Operation

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12.2.2.2 State CR FR ID IN NR RS SR ST

Motion States Remark

Description Correction Run Fast Run IDle INspection Run Not Ready ReScue Run Slow Run STop

12.2.2.3

System Inputs

The following list shows all available inputs and the condition under which these inputs are displayed (set DISP-ALL=1 to view all available inputs).
input ES DW DFC SE 1TH 2TH TCI UIB DIB ERO TDO TDC ^TDO ^TDC TCB DZ 1LV 2LV 1LS 2LS BY BRK LWO LWX group Safety Chain Description Emergency Stop switch door open contact Door Fully Closed contact Start Enable Thermal contact 1 Thermal contact 2 Top of Car Inspection switch Up Inspection Button Down Inspection Button Emergency Recall Operation switch Top of Car Door Open Button Top of Car Door Close Button rear Top of Car Door Open Button rear Top of Car Door Close Button Top of Car Inspection Button (TCIB) Door Zone (LV1 and/or LV2) Door Zone switch 1LV Door Zone switch 2LV Limit Switch 1 Limit Switch 2 BY-Relay BR-Relay overload signal LWO load weighing bypass LWX is displayed when ...

Start Enable

Inspection

Doorzone

DZ-TYP0

Limit Switches

Drive

Load Weighing

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input LNS L30 L50 DOL DCL DOB DCB EDP LRD DOS MDD ^DOL ^DCL ^DOB ^DCB ^EDP ^LRD ^DOS ^MDD CCT CCB CHC DDO RTB RRB EFO HTS AEF EFK ASL ESK ESH CFS CS XEF EFB

group

Description Load Non Stop 30% load in car 50% load in car Door Open Limit switch Door Close Limit switch Door Open Button Door Close Button Electronic Door Protection Light Ray Device Door Open Signal Moving at front of Door Detection rear Door Open Limit switch rear Door Close Limit switch rear Door Open Button rear Door Close Button rear Electronic Door Protection rear Light Ray Device rear Door Open Signal Moving at rear of Door Detection Car Call to Top Car Call to Bottom Cut off Hall Call Disable Door Operation Remote Tripping Button Remote Resetting Button Emergency Firemen Operation Hall Temperature Sensor from SPB Alternative EFO (AEFO) Emergency Fireman Key Alternative Service Landing Emergency Service Key switch Emergency Service Hold switch Car Fireman Service switch Car fireman service Start switch Overide EFO Emergency Firemen Key Bypass (EFKB) emergency power operation signal emergency power operation signal emergency power operation signal NURF Independent Service Switch rear Independent Service Switch Partition Door Device Switch Car To Lobby ParKing Switch

is displayed when ... LW-TYP = 2 LW-TYP = 2

Front Door

Rear Door

Switches

Emergency

NU NUD NUG NRF ISS ^ISS PDD CTL PKS

Emerg. Power

EPO-P<=32 EPO-P<=32 EPO-P<=32 EPO-P<=32

OCSS

CTL-P<=31 PKS-P<=31

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input COC COH HCO GCO DFD DRD CRC BOS ATU ATD NSB RB UM1 UM2 UMP OSU DM DP OSD

group Cut/Disable

Description Car call cut Off (Car) Car call cut Off (Hall) hall call Cut Off (Hall) hall call Cut Off (Group) Disable Front Door Disable Rear Door Card Reader Contact BOSs card reader overwrite Attendant key Up Attendant key Down Non Stop Button Reset Button i/o 1047 TUM1 i/o 1048 TUM2 i/o 1050 TUPS i/o 1054 SOSU i/o 1049 TDM i/o 1051 TDPS i/o 1055 SOSD

is displayed when ...

EN-CRO0 EN-CRO0

Attendant

reduced hwy

HW-TYP = 1 or 3 HW-TYP = 1 or 3 HW-TYP = 1 or 3 HW-TYP = 1 or 3 HW-TYP = 2 or 3 HW-TYP = 2 or 3 HW-TYP = 2 or 3

12.2.2.4
output 1RT 1RR 3RT LVC SFR

System Outputs
group Tripping Description Remote Tripping for car Remote Resetting for car Remote Tripping for counterweigt LVC-Relay Safe To Relevel (door bypass active and no demand to run) DFC-Relay Power Down Relay (Power Save Mode) Light Relay is displayed when ...

Door Bypass

DFR PDR LR NUD NUG BUT DO NORM CPR MF LND OOS LEV

OCSS

Emergency

REM

BUTton operated (any demand to move) Door fully Opened NORMal operation (no faults) Car PaRked, waiting for demand Main Floor (lobby) LaNDing passing Out Of Service LEVel signal

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output DC RFS SPB SCS HTS RDO RDC BRK SAF DS CLM

group

Description Door Close Command Request For Service Service Panel Board Fault Slack Belt Contact Switch Hall Temperature Sensor on SPB Rear Door Open Signal Rear Door Close Signal Brake Signal from Drive Safety Chain (ES) Door Switch (with DBP: DW, w/o DBP: DFC) Car Light Monitoring

is displayed when ...

12.2.2.5

Blinking Event Messages

The following messages are blinking in each status display of the Service Tool: BlinkMessage wrongBoard wrong E2P MRO active Learn Run Description The software cannot identify the board. replace the TCBC. The EEPROM has not the correct size. The SPB requests to ignore the inputs at Manual Rescue Run. a) The drive package is performing its Learn Run to learn the hoistway situation. b) The drive package is adjusting the encoder. wait until the learn run has completed. DW or DFC input has not been low while the door was opened. Reason is a bridged door lock. check safety chain This event is stored into EEPROM so that the ONLY way to bring the elevator into operation again is by using INS. Landing door was opened for longer than 4 seconds or the car door is bridged. Elevator is taken out of service. This event is stored into EEPROM so that the ONLY way to bring the elevator into operation again is by using INS. related setup

DRV-TYP=0

DoorBridge

Switch INS

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BlinkMessage TCI-lock

Description The sequence to leave TCI-mode was not correctly followed: 1. open door 2. switch TCI off 3. close door One of the trigger moduls (up or down) RSL inputs detected a failure (needed for reduced hoistway). check event log / switch to ERO to reset (after solving). Limit switches 1LS and 2LS are active at the same time. Check power supply of the position reference system. The RSL I/O TCI have to be programmed to a valid address and are not allowed to be set to 00-0 or 01-0. TCI can be set to 000 only for the installation phase (to run in TCI without RSL). Set I/O 691 to a valid address The car cannot start due to missing SE-signal Check the door bypass The DBR-contact which is connected to the input 1TH is opened. The drive is powered down to allow cooling. One of the contacts which is connected to the 2TH is opened. The drive package is currently switched off to save energy. a) Normal operation is not allowed until the Door Check Sequence has been completed successfully. b) The DCS is required again if one of the parameters TOP or BOTTOM is changed. Enter M-1-3-5 to start the DCS! The drive reports a Shutdown or CAN-Communication not working See event logging of MCB. check CAN-wiring check CAN-LEDs Car Light Relay on top of car is dropped. Light Beam Gate has been active. Hall Temperature Sensor from Service Panel Board is activated. Car is shutdown at next committable floor and taken out of service until the temperature is lower than parameter SPB-Temp.

related setup

TUM / TDM

HWY-TYP, ios 1047 1051

1LS+2LS on TCI-Check

TCI(691)

SE-Fault 1TH-Fault 2TH-Fault PowerSave start DCS!

PDR-D

Shutdown

Car Light LBG/CSP-2 SPB: HTS

CLR (1000) LBG (967, 968) SPB-Temp

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BlinkMessage SPB-Comm.

Description CAN-Communication to SPB is not working. check CAN-wiring check CAN-LEDs Event Logging

related setup

12.2.2.6

The event logging of the Service Tool can contain the following messages: event reason related setup total runs total number of runs since last power on minutes on minutes since last power on Operating System 0000 Task Timing 0001 W_Dog Reset 0002 Illegal Int 0003 CanTxFull 0004 CanBusOff 0005 Wrong E2P

0010 MCB-Comm. 0011 SPB-Comm.

software entered endless loop watchdog circuit on TCBC was triggered illegal interupt was executed CAN messages cannot be sent CAN communication has been restarted A wrong type of E2Prom (e.g. 28C64 as known from other boards) has been detected on the board. The correct type is 28C256. With this software version, no malfunctions will occur with the wrong E2Prom, but future software versions may require the correct E2Prom. Insert the correct E2Prom. See BRD for ordering details. No CAN connection to the drive No CAN connection to the SPB

Operational Control Sub System 0100 OpMode NAV OCSS is not available due to drive fault (e.g. drive-fault (NR). This mode is also active after INS before the COR starts 0101 EPO shutd. car is not able to run during EPO; the next car is allowed to recover 0102 OpMode DTC door was not able to close (missing DCL, DFC or DW) within timeout

NU (017) NUSD (018) NUSG (019) DCL (694) RDCL (695) DOOR, REAR DTC-T

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event 0103 OpMode DTO

reason door was not able to open (missing DOL) within timeout

0104 OpMode DCP 0106 PDS active 0107 DS bypass 0108 EEC bypass 0109 Stuck DCB 0110 Stuck RDCB

related setup DOL (000) RDOL (544) DOOR, REAR DTO-T car was not able to answer a call within timeout DCP-T (e.g. door was held open manually) partition door switch is opened PDD (784) Malfunction of Disable Door Switch Relays DDSRC (970) (DDSR) for Generic Firemen Service. Malfunction of Disable Emergency Exit Contact DEMERC (971) Relay (DEMERC) for Generic Firemen Service. Door Close Button contact permanent active DCB (003) Rear Door Close Button contact permanent RDCB (547) active

Motion Control Sub System 0201 Correct.Run A correction run was performed (e.g. after INS, NAV) 0202 /ES in FR ES-input was activated during Fast Run 0203 /ES in SR ES-input was activated during Slow Run 0204 TCI/ERO on TCI or ERO has been switched on 0205 SE-Fault The car cannot start due to missing SE-signal Check the door bypass 0210 /DZ in NST DZ-signal was lost or not detected at all after having stopped 0211 /DFC in FR car door has been opened during Fast Run 0212 /DFC in SR car door has been opened during Slow Run 0218 DrvShutdown The drive reports a Shutdown See event logging of MCB. 0219 DrvStartErr The drive doesnt starts the run. 0220 DrvService The drive requested Request For Service. See drive event logging for reason. (REM-RFS will be transmitted only up to version AAC) 0221 DrvStopErr The drive doesnt publishs a STOP (endless run without changed DZ signals). Caused by unexpected stop (power drop, drive error). 0222 1TH-Fault The DBR-contact which is connected to the input 1TH is opened. The drive is powered down to allow cooling. 0223 2TH-Fault One of the contacts which is connected to the 2TH is opened.

ERO-TYP DZ-TYP -

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event 0228 1LS+2LS on

0230 TCI Adr Chk

0233 PowerSave 0237 /DW in FR 0238 /DW in SR

reason Limit switches 1LS and 2LS are active at the same time. Check power supply of the position reference system. The RSL I/O TCI have to be programmed to a valid address and are not allowed to be set to 00-0 or 01-0. TCI can be set to 000 only for the installation phase (to run in TCI without RSL). Set I/O 691 to a valid address The drive package has been powered on landing door has been opened during Fast Run landing door has been opened during Slow Run

related setup -

TCI(691)

PDR-D -

Door Control Sub System 0300 DBP: dfc_SE While the door was opening or fully opened, the door bypass was found to be inactive (DFC low or SE high) 0301 DCL in [ ] (R)DCL was active while the door was fully opened 0302 DoorBridge DW or DFC was not low during the last door cycle, that means that the safety chain is bridged or the Door Bypass is defect. 0304 DOL:alw. on (R)DOL was active while the door was fully closed. This event is also logged when the fuses of the door system are burned. This event is not logged within the first 40 seconds after system startup. Landing Door was opened or the car door is bridged. --> see description for blinking message 'Switch INS'

EN-RLV, EN-ADO DCL (694) RDCL (695) -

DOL (000) RDOL (544)

0306 Hwy Access

Signaling Sub System 0400 RSL parity Two remote stations with the same address are connected to the same link 0401 RSL sync Synchronisation lost on remote serial link Group 0500 RNG1 msg

data error on Duplex/Triplex ring

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event 0501 RNG1 time 0502 RNG1 sio 0503 RNG1 tx 0504 RNG1 rx off

reason break detected (TCBC is shut off or the ring unplugged) framing error on Duplex/Triplex ring ring messages couldn't be sent in an appropriate time no ring messages received from other car for a time of 5s (ring connected)

related setup GROUP GROUP

System 0600 SPB-Alert

0601 SPB:TempHTS 0602 LwssService

0606 SpbService 0607 / TUM1

0608 / TUM2

0609 / TDM

0610 / TUPS 0611 / TDPS 0612 SOS up 0613 SOS down

The Service Panel Board detected a malfunction which hinders a manual rescue operation with SPB and SDI. Possible reasons are: - defective speed encoders for SDI - defective E2PROM on SPB - Missing battery for SPB Press the SPB-buttons REB + DDO simultaneously to locate the error. The Service Panel Board detected an overtemperature. The LWSS requested Request For Service. See LWSS event logging for reason. (REMRFS will be transmitted only up to version AAC) The SPB requested Request For Service (REM). See SPB event logging for reason. TUM1 missing after run at TOP or active during standstill; (reduced overhead: trigger modul contacts) TUM2 missing after run at TOP or active during standstill; (reduced overhead: trigger modul contacts) TDM missing after run at BOTTOM or active during standstill; (shallow pit: trigger modul contacts) TUPS missing during run; (reduced overhead: trigger modul power supply) TDPS missing during run; (shallow pit: trigger modul power supply) Safety Operated Switch Up triggered Safety Operated Switch Down triggered

SPB-Temp -

TUM1 (1047) HWY-TYP TUM2 (1048) HWY-TYP TDM (1049) HWY-TYP TUPS (1050) HWY-TYP TDPS (1051) HWY-TYP SOSU (1054) HWY-TYP SOSD (1055) HWY-TYP

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12.2.3 List of Installation Parameters

1 - SYSTEM
No. 0. 1. Symbol TOP LOBBY Default 2 0 Purpose and Range Top position: 1 (1) 31 Lobby position: Separate doortime LOB-NT can be used at the lobby. 0 (1) 31 2. 3. BOTTOM CFT-P 0 255 Bottom position: 0 (1) 30 Cafeteria Position: Separate doortime CFT-NT can be used at the cafeteria 0 (1) 31 > 31 4. OPERAT 1 Disabled since

Operation FCL / DCL / SAPB: 0 FCL (Full Collective) 1 DCL (Down Collective) 2 SAPB (Single Automatic Push Button) 3 SAPB with Car Coming Light 4 FCL, delete both calls on arrival 5 FCL with single button for both directions Enable Basement mode for DCL (two Hall Calls at lobby (Up and Down): 0 1 Disabled Enabled

5.

EN-BSM

6.

PI

Type of serial Position Indicator: 0 7/16 Segment 1 Serial Multilight via RIB 2 7 Segment-PI and LM-PI via RIB 3 Brazilian 10-Segment 4 OTIS 2000: LCD and ELD 5 Australian Dot Matrix (uses also IO 975, 976) 6 Australian Dot Matrix and Direction Indicator (uses also IO 975, 976)

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No. 7. Symbol PI-OPT Default 0 Purpose and Range Vendor PI option 0 no option 1 returning to ground floor 2 overloaded 4 out of service 8 lift on firefighting service note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) 8. PI-POS 0 Type of Floor Information on Position Indicator 0 Actual Floor (counted by IP) 1 Next Commitable Floor (counted by DZ and IP) 2 falling edge of DZ 3 rising edge of DZ front door movement time: opening Time the front door needs to open 0 (0.1) 10.0 s 0 = automatic (not yet implemented) Note: 10. ELD-fCLG 20 CPI-11 only (PI=4) AAE since

9.

ELD-fOPG

20

front door movement time: closing Time the front door needs to close 0 (0.1) 10.0 s 0 = automatic (not yet implemented) Note: CPI-11 only (PI=4)

11.

ELD-rOPG

20

rear door movement time: opening Time the rear door needs to open 0 (0.1) 10.0 s 0 = automatic (not yet implemented) Note: CPI-11 only (PI=4)

12.

ELD-rCLG

20

rear door movement time: closing Time the rear door needs to close 0 (0.1) 10.0 s 0 = automatic (not yet implemented) Note: CPI-11 only (PI=4)

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1 - SYSTEM
No. 13. Symbol ELD-LNG Default 5 Purpose and Range set Language for ELD: 0 (1) 27 0=SwiGer, 1=SwiFra, 2=SwiIta, 4=Italy, 5=UK, 6=Spain, 8=Germany, 9=Austria, 10=Sweden, 12=Belgium, 13=Portugal, 14=Egypt, 16=SthAfrica, 17=Finland, 18=Arabia, 20=Moscow, 21=StPetrbrg, 22=not used, 24=Hungary, 25=Poland, 26=Czech, Note: 14. ELD-Sym1 0 CPI-11 only (PI=4) since

3=France, 7=Netherlnd, 11=Luxem, 15=Denmark 19=Kuweit, 23=AGB, 27=UKB

Enable Non-Smoking symbol: 0 No Symbol on ELD 1 NoSmoking symbol is displayed Note: CPI-11 only (PI=4)

15.

ELD-DOOR

Select Type of Door Display: 0: 1 COP for 1 door or 2 COPs for 2 doors (use dummy plug for rear ELD) 1: only 1 COP for 2 doors Note: CPI-11 only (PI=4)

16.

ELD-MSG

Enables Customer Messages on ELD: 0 no customer messages are displayed (existing customer messages will be deleted at the next PowerOn) 1 customer messages are enabled ELD must be reinitialized if the Position Indicator Setup is changed (use SETUP-ELD to define the texts) Note: CPI-11 only (PI=4)

17.

EN-SFR

Enable SFR (signal flicker): Select that the outputs will blink (instead of being constantly illuminated) when activated: 0 1 Disabled single devices BUZ, EQL, ERL, FDL, FSL, HEL, INLC, NSLC, OLS, PFL, CRFL, EFOL, EFOAL, ARL, DUPL

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1 - SYSTEM
No. 18. Symbol LR-T Default 20 Purpose and Range Light Relay time (IO 0026, PX2:1): A parking car will switch off the car light after LR-T. The CPI-11 (ELD) is also switched off after this time. 0 (1) 255 seconds 0 (1) 255 minutes if LR-MODE = 0, 1 if LR-MODE = 2, 3 since

Note: LR-T is started after the car has become IDLE. As soon as LR-T has expired the LR output is activated and the ELD (CPI-11) is switched to Sleep-Mode. 19. LR-MODE 0 Fan / Light Relay mode option (IO 0026, PX2:1): 0 LR pulls after LR-T seconds only when door closed (Light) 1 LR pulls after LR-T seconds even if door is opened (Fan) 2 LR pulls after LR-T minutes only when door closed (Light) 3 LR pulls after LR-T minutes even if door is opened (Fan) Enable Hall Lanterns on car calls: 0 Hall lanterns will operate only on hall calls 1 Hall lanterns will operate on hall and car calls 2 like 0, but also during door closing 3 like 1, but also during door closing Hall Direction/Lantern Type for OTIS 2000 Hall Button Box (IOs 814ff, 846ff): 0 Direction Indicator 1 Hall Lantern Hall Lantern/Gong Setup: 0 Lantern and Gong at same pins 1 Lantern and Gong at different pins (RS4A) 2 NAO Chime board Correction Fast Run Preferred Direction: 0 Down 1 Up

20.

EN-HLC

21.

HDL-TYP

22.

HL-SET

23.

CR-DIR

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1 - SYSTEM
No. 24. Symbol CR-DO Default 0 Purpose and Range Door opening after Correction Run 0 no door opens 1 only front door opens 2 only rear door opens 3 both front and rear door will open note: After TCI/ERO the DO2000 needs a new initialization run. Normally the door is not opened after COR so that the init run is done upon the first demand which is usually a hall call. Therefore the passenger might wonder about the slow door movement. With this parameter you can select that the door opens immediately after completion of a correction run. The door movement for the first demand will then be done with a normal door profile. 25. ERO-TYP 0 Define ERO type 0 without limit 1 car stops at terminal landings (same as TCI-limit) Type of installed REM 0 REM-5 1 REM-G 2 REM-5 (same as REM-TYP=0) Note: REM-TYP=2 has been added for compatibility with similar software baselines. In this baseline REM-TYP=0 and REM-TYP=2 are the same. 27. CPC-TYP 0 select use of CPC outputs: 0 car position contact The output at a landing is switched on if the car is at that landing (even if the car is moving) 'car here' light The output at a landing is switched on if the car is at that landing (only if the car has stopped) french SSM Arrival Hall Lantern (AHL-2) The output at a landing is switched on if the car is at that landing (only if this landing is the target landing) since

26.

REM-TYP

2 3

28.

DFCR-DEL

Delay for DFC-Relay 0 disabled 1 (1) 255 s delay for which DFCR output is kept active after DFC input has been opened Note: For Module BDC

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No. 29. Symbol LW-TYP Default 0 Purpose and Range Load Weighing Typ: 0 car load weighing via CAN bus (LWB_II, or analog lw with MCB_III) (GeN2-C/Cx) 1 2 254 255 30. PX2.1 0 dead end hitch load weighing via CAN bus (MCB_IIIx with Dynacell sensor) (GeN2-R) discrete car load weighing via remote station inputs permanent OLD active (only for tests, since AAC) disabled (prevents OLD for code tests) AAC since

select use of PX2.1 output 0 LR light relay / like io026 1 UD trip counter / like io805

31.

HWY-TYP

Hoistway Typ: 0 normal 1 low overhead (io1047, 1048, 1050, 1054) 2 shallow pit (io1049, 1052, 1055) 3 low overhead & shallow pit (1+2)

AAD

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2 - OCSS
No. 0. Symbol CPR-T Default 20 Purpose and Range Car Call Preference: This is the duration for which car calls have priority over hall calls after the doors are opened. This is usable e.g. for Single Automatic Push Button (SAPB) and Down Collective operation (DCL). 0 (0.1) 25.5 s 1. ARD-P 255 Automatic Return Device Position: If no further calls are pending, the car will return to this floor after ARD-T has expired. 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled since

Note: Simplex only 2. 3. ARD-T ARBL-T 0 0 Set Delay for ARD (Automatic Return Device) mode: 0 (10) 2550 s Delay for Automatic Return To Bottom Landing ARBL means that the car moves to the lowest landing after a selectable period of time. This Park Run is performed even for special OCSS modes as e.g. ISC or ATT. It also allows lobby parking (ARD-T) in presence of basement floors without defeating code requirements. 0 (10) 2540 s 255 disabled Note: This parameter must be larger than ARD-T to take effect. 4. ARBL-PRK 0 ARBL park option 0 stay at bottom after ARBL has been performed 1 return to previous park landing after ARBL has been performed Park and Shutdown Position: The car moves to this landing if PKS is operated. After opening and closing of the door the car is shut down with DOB enabled. 0 (1) 31 > 31 6. PKS -TYP 0 Disabled

5.

PKS-P

255

Parking Shutoff Type: 0 After serving all pending car calls, car will return to PKS position and shutdown after PKS-T seconds 1 Same as above, but after car arrived at PKS position it can be switched to ISC 2 Like 0, but car will shut down with door open

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No. 7. Symbol PKS-T Default 0 Purpose and Range Parking Shutoff Time: Time after which the car is shut down at PKS-P 0 (1) 255 s 8. PKS-DO 0 PKS default door: 0 Both doors will open at PKS-P 1 Only front door opens 2 Only rear door opens Enable Separate Hall Buttons: 0 Normal HB-operation 1 Rear HB as Separate Riser Note: 10. DCP-T 50 only available for elevators without any rear door since

9.

EN-SHB

Time until DCP-mode (delayed car protection): When door is kept open longer than DCP-T, the car will be taken out of group operation. Hall calls assigned to this car will be re-dispatched. If enabled by EN-NDG, the door will start to nudge. 25 (1) 255 s

11.

CTL-DO

CTL default door (car to any landing): 0 Both doors will open at CTL-P 1 Only front door opens at CTL-P 2 Only rear door opens at CTL-P CTL (Car To Any Landing) position: The car moves to this landing if CTL input is activated. 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

12.

CTL-P

255

13.

ANS

ANS (Anti Nuisance Service): 0 Disabled >0 Number of calls required to cancel all calls if car is loaded with ANS load (input: LWX) Type of Overload handling 0 OLD-1 (car calls are deleted) 1 OLD-2 (car calls are remembered) upper limit for ANS: 30 (1) 250 kg Note: only for LW-TYP = 1

14.

OLD-TYP

15.

ANS(kg)

100

16.

PEAK(%)

50

lower limit for PEAK (must be lower than LNS): 30 (1) 70 % Note: only for LW-TYP = 1

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No. 17. Symbol LNS(%) Default 80 Purpose and Range lower limit for LNS: 50 (1) 95 % Note: only for LW-TYP = 1 18. OLD(%) 110 lower limit for OLD: 100 (1) 110 % Note: only for LW-TYP = 1 19. ATT 0 ATT (Attendant Service) type: 0 Press DCB or RDCB until the door is fully closed 1 Press ATTU or ATTD until the door is fully closed 2 Like 0, but the door may also be closed without any demand Independent Service: 0 Start on constant pressure of CCB 1 Start on constant pressure of DCB/RDCB 2 Start on ISD/ISU 3 as CHCS, Start on constant pressure of DCB/RDCB 4 Start on momentary pressure of CCB Independent Service Park Switch (IO 638) 0 car calls allowed when ISPS active 1 no car calls allowed when ISPS active Independent Service Close Timeout When Fire Proof Doors are installed it is not allowed to park with doors opened. This parameter sets a maximum duration after which the door is closed in ISC. 0 (1) 30 s 23. SPEECH 0 max door open time when FPD is installed since

20.

ISC

21.

ISPS-TYP

22.

ISC-T

Speech Mode: 0 Floor message on CC only 1 Floor message also on HC Note: for OKI Speech Board only

24. 25. 26.

CPMT-D DCMT-A DOMT-O

0 0 0

Car Position Message Trigger for Vendor type PI 0 (0.1) 25.5 sec Door Close Message Trigger for Vendor type PI 0 (0.1) 25.5 sec Door Open Message Trigger Option for Vendor type PI 0 trigger on opening and reopen 1 trigger on opening only

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No. 27. Symbol DOC Default 0 Purpose and Range Door Reopen Count: Number of times the car will reopen the doors if a hall call is entered while the door is closing. If that limit is exceeded, the door will continue to close and the car starts 0 1 (1) 255 28. DS-CCB 0 No limit Number of allowed door reopenings since

Disable CCs behind moving car: The entry of car calls into the opposite direction can be disabled. 0 1 CCs behind allowed CCs behind not allowed

29.

DS-DOB

Disable DOB button: 0 DOB/RDOB always enabled 1 DOB disabled if door closed 2 RDOB disabled if door closed 3 Both disabled if door closed Enable car call Reset Button (IO 627, 725) 1 enabled in ATT mode 2 enabled in CHC mode 4 enabled in EFS mode 8 enabled in ISC mode note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5)

30.

EN-RB

31.

DHB-TYP

Enable DoorHoldButton for CARGO 2000 (IOs 620,628) DHB doortime can be canceled by... 0 press DCB or any CCB (in this case the DHB-T is a 1-sec-timer 1 press DCB or any CCB, or press DHB again (in this case the DHB-T is a 10-sec-timer!) Park Clock Position 1: If PCLKx is operated, the car will park at PARK-x instead of ARD-P. PCLK1 has highest, PCLK8 has lowest priority. 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

32.

PARK-1

255

Note: Simplex only 33. PARK-2 255 Park Clock Position 2:. 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

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No. 34. Symbol PARK-3 Default 255 Purpose and Range Park Clock Position 3: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled since

Note: Simplex only 35. PARK-4 255 Park Clock Position 4: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

Note: Simplex only 36. PARK-5 255 Park Clock Position 5: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

Note: Simplex only 37. PARK-6 255 Park Clock Position 6: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

Note: Simplex only 38. PARK-7 255 Park Clock Position 7: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

Note: Simplex only 39. PARK-8 255 Park Clock Position 8: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

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No. 0. 1. 2. Symbol GRP-NO GROUP CNL Default 1 1 1 Purpose and Range Car identifier in group: 1 (1) 5 Number of cars in group: 1 (1) 5 Cars parking in Lobby: 0 group parking disabled 1 (1) 5 number of cars parking in lobby Note: 3. RSR-RSP 0 Set CNL=0 to avoid parking at the lobby since

Rated Speed Penalty for RSR-Dispatcher 0 (1) 255 Use this parameter to adapt the Dispatcher algorithm for the slower car in the group. The parameters for the fast cars should be set to zero. Calculate the parameter using the following formula: RSR-RSP = (speed(fast unit) / speed(slow unit)) * 4 4 example: This unit moves 1,2 m/s, the others move 1,6 m/s: (1,6 / 1,2) * 4 - 4 = 1,3 set RSR-RSP=1 for this unit.

4.

HC-PASS

Disable Hall Call Passing 0 Normal hall call dispatching every second 1 Redispatch all hall calls at the next landing which are assigned to a different car. MIT (Moderate incomming traffic) Start Time: If, within MIT-ST seconds, two cars leave the lobby with LNS load, then MIT is initiated. 0 (1) 255 s

AAB

5.

MIT-ST

6.

MIT-T

MIT Time-Out: If, within MIT-T seconds, no car leaves the lobby with LNS load, then MIT is suspended. 0 (1) 255 s

7.

MIT-VD

MIT Variable Interval Dispatch: An assigned car at lobby will leave the lobby if calls are pending and MIT-VD is expired or if it becomes loaded. 0 (1) 255 s

8.

MIT-DOOR

MIT Default Door If car is waiting at the lobby for being selected. 0 wait with opened door 1 wait with closed door

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No. 9. Symbol MIT-NLB Default 0 Purpose and Range MIT No Lobby Bypass 0 Answer hall calls while moving to the lobby 1 Dont answer hall calls Dual Up Peak Border Position: The elevator group is split into two subgroups if the DUPK input is operated. The selected landing DUPK-P divides the groups. 0 (1) 31 > 31 11. DUPK-G 0 Disabled since

10.

DUPK-P

255

Dual Up Peak Group: 0 Car belongs to subgroup 1. Car serves lobby landing and all landings below DUPK-P landing, but answers no hall calls. 1 Car belongs to subgroup 2 Car serves lobby landing and all landings above DUPK-P landing. This car responds to hall calls MOT (Moderate Outgoing traffic) Time-Out: If, within MOT-T seconds, two cars with LNS load arrive at the lobby, then MOT is initiated. If then no car arrives at lobby with LNS load within the same time interval again, the MOT operation is suspended. 0 (1) 255 s

12.

MOT-T

13.

EN-UCB

Enable Up Call Bypass during MOT: 0 Car responds to both up and down hall calls 1 Car responds only to down hall calls Transfer Floor Position: If a group is split into low and high rise subgroups, this is the position where passengers transfer between these subgroups. 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled

14.

TFS-P

255

15.

EN-ZBS

Enable separate basement zone: 0 No free car parks in basement zone 1 A free car parks in basement zone

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No. 16. Symbol SEL-COMP Default 0 Purpose and Range Select Compatible Communication 0 MCS120 / 220 / 220M / Gen2 / Gen2-C (max. 5-car-group - Ring ICD 3.3) 1 MCS310 with G44 software (max. 2-car-group - Ring ICD 3.0) Requires RNG-BAUD=0 2 MCS310 with G57 software (max. 2-car-group - Ring ICD 3.3) Requires RNG-BAUD=0 3 Gen2-C (max. 5-car-group - Ring ICD 4.2) Not compatible to MCS321, MCS411! Note: This parameter takes effect after next Power-On. (attention to EMS-ICSS setup) 17. RNG-BAUD 0 Baudrate for Ring Communication 0 9600 baud (standard / max. 5-car-group) 1 19200 baud (Not for SEL-COMP=1, 2) (attention to EMS-ICSS setup) Lobby Park Option (only if SEL-COMP 0) A second car moves into lobby when the car which parks at lobby... 0 receives a demand 1 leaves the lobby Minimum Distance to park target to do park run A park run is only performed if the distance to the destination floor is greater than the number given by this parameter. 0 (1) 31 20. EN-GSS 0 Group Successive Starting If a building has limited emergency power supply it must be ensured that multiple cars do not start simultanously. Groups use the Ring Communication while simplex cars use remote I/Os to lock each other: If the GSSI input is active the car does not start. If the GSSI input is inactive the car sets its GSSO output (which is connected to the other cars GSSI input) for the duration MG-DEL and starts. 0 1 2 disabled GSS triggered by remote I/Os GSSI (972), GSSO (973) for multiple simplex cars GSS triggered by serial group communication since

18.

L-PARK

19.

PRKDST

Note: during EPO only

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No. 21. Symbol MG-DEL Default 0 Purpose and Range Motor Generator Delay for GSS 0 (1) 255 s note: this delay depends on the duration of the acceleration phase Note: during EPO only since

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4 - DRIVE
No. 0. 1. Symbol DRV-TYP EN-ADO Default 0 1 Purpose and Range Drive Type: 0 OVF-WW since

Enable Advanced Door Opening 0 disabled (XADO) 1 enabled (ADO) Speed (fast run mode): 0 (1) 255 [0.01 m/s] Delay for Power-Down 0 Drive is never switched off 15 (1) 42 min Delay until the drive package is powered down. Brake Signal Typ for REM5-LD: 0 discrete Brake Signal at TCBC (GeN2-C/Cx) 1 from drive via CAN bus (GeN2-R / ACD) 255 not available

2. 3.

SPEED PDR-D

100 0

4.

BRK-TYP

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No. 0. Symbol DOOR Default 12 Purpose and Range Type of Doors: 12 DCSS-5 13 DCSS-5, AT120 with DOBF (direct DOB) Note: DOOR=12 requires that also REAR=12 is selected 1. REAR 12 Type of Doors: 12 DCSS-5 13 DCSS-5, AT120 with DOBF (direct DOB) Note: REAR=12 requires that also DOOR=12 is selected 2. EN-DDO 0 Enable DDO (double door operation): Select that both front and rear door will open simultaneously 0 1 2 3. EN-ADM 0 Disabled double door on car call and on hall call double door on car call, selected door on hall call since

Alternating Door Mode 0 doors can open simultanously 1 ADM preference to front door 2 ADM preference to rear door enable DW input for ACG (front): 0 automatic front hoistway doors 1 manual front hoistway doors enable DW input for ACG (rear): 0 automatic rear hoistway doors 1 manual rear hoistway doors max. ON-time of CMR when car stops in ERO When cam is dropped, it is not possible to detect UIB or DIB because the safety chain is opened by DS. Therefore the CM must be energized during ERO. This parameter gives the duration after which the CMR is dropped to protect the cam from burning. 0 CMR not pulled 1 (1) 254 [10 s] CMR drops after specified time (CMR pulls again when moving or switched to NOR) 255 no protection: CMR is always pulled during ERO (100% ED required) AAC

4.

F:EN-ACG

5.

R:EN-ACG

AAC

6.

CM-PROT

AAC

7.

LDR

Limited Door Reversal: 0 Full DOB, full EDP, full LRD 1 Full DOB, limited EDP, full LRD

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No. 8. Symbol EN-PMO Default 0 Purpose and Range Enable PMO (door time monitoring): If the actual door time is longer than 2 seconds and the LRD input is operated, door time will be decreased to 2 seconds. If the door time already is less than 2 seconds it will be decreased by 0.5 seconds 0 1 9. EN-NDG 0 Disabled Enabled since

Enable NDG (nudging): 0 Disabled 1 Enabled Nudging Time: 0 (1) 255 s Enable Cancel Doortime with CCB: 0 disabled 1 enable CK 2 enable CBC 3 enable CK and CBC note: CK = cancel doortime with car button CBC = cancel registered car call with car button (press twice)

10. 11.

NDG-T EN-CK

20 0

12. 13.

DO-BEL MIN-C

0 20

Open Door Bell Timer: 0 (0.1) 25.5 s Min Doortime Car: The doortime for calls is automatically adjusted between MIN-C and MAX-C. If door time is expired and DOB is still operated, this will increase the door time by 0.2 s at the next stop, otherwise door time is decreased by 0.2 sec. 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

14. 15.

MAX-C MIN-H

40 40

Max Doortime Car: 0 (0.1) 25.5 s Min Doortime Hall: The doortime for calls is automatically adjusted between MIN-H and MAX-H. If door time is expired and DOB is still operated, this will increase the door time by 0.2 s at the next stop, otherwise door time is decreased by 0.2 sec. 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

16. 17.

MAX-H DOR-T

60 0

Max Doortime Hall: 0 (0.1) 25.5 s Door reverse time: 0.08 (0.004) 1 s

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No. 18. 19. Symbol RDOR-T DTC-T Default 0 20 Purpose and Range Rear door reverse time: 0.08 (0.004) 1 s Door Close Protection Time: If the door cannot fully close within DTC-T then the door will reopen and try to close again. After three unsuccessful tries the elevator is shut down. 10 (1) 254 s 255 20. DTO-T 20 DTC-time Disabled since

Door Open Protection Time: If the door cannot fully open within DTO-T then the door will close and tries to open at the next. After three unsuccessful tries the elevator is shut down 10 (1) 254 s 255 DTO-time Disabled

21.

LOB-NT

40

Lobby Door Time: This door time is used at LOBBY if it is longer than MIN-H 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

22.

CFT-NT

40

Cafeteria Door Time: This door time is used at CFT-P if it is longer than MIN-H. 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

23.

SPB-NT

Special DOB Door Time: If the Special DOB (SDB/RSDB) is operated and it is enabled via the 3rd allowed mask for the current landing, the special door time SPB-NT will be used instead of the normal door time. 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

24.

DHB-T

120

DHB Doortime: Defines the doortime when DHB/RDHB is pressed. The used timer is either a 1-sec-timer or a 10-sec-timer depending on the parameter DHB-TYP. 0 (1) 255 s 0 (10) 2550s for DHB-TYP=0 (see 2-OCSS) for DHB-TYP=1 (see 2-OCSS)

25.

WCO-T

Wild Car Door Time: On wild car operation the car runs continously from floor to floor serving all landings. This door time has to be set to a value that ensures that the maximum number of runs per hour allowed for the drive can not be exceeded. 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

26.

SHO-T

Shabat Door Time: 0 (0.1) 25.5 s

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No. 27. 28. Symbol SHO-LT DAR-T Default 0 60 Purpose and Range Shabat Lobby Door Time: 0 (0.1) 25.5 s Door Time for Drive-Fault with Automatic Return: In case of a fault the door is kept open for DAR-T and then closed. 15 (1) 255 s Note: Used by DAR(OTS, PLS1, MCLS, CLR, SKL), DBF( MCLS, CLR, SKL), DLM, EAR, HAD, ARO; 29. DXT-T 0 DXT Time (extended door time): Extents the door dwell time for a hall call if the car is already parking at that landing. 0 (0.1) 25.5 s 30. DCB-TYP 0 Door Close Button Type 0 DCB enabled, if door is open 1 DCB latched during opening 2 DCB enabled during opening (hint: reversal devices opens door always full) AAE since

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No. 0. Symbol DZ-TYP Default 0 Purpose and Range DZ coding: 0 DZ = 1LV 1 DZ = 1LV and 2LV 2 POSY operation (if neither RLV nor ADO) to stop: DZ = 1LV and 2LV after stop: DZ = 1LV or 2LV Enable RLV operation: 0 Disabled 1 Enabled since

1.

EN-RLV

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No. 0. Symbol SPB-TYP Default 0 Purpose and Range Type of Service Panel Board 0 SPBC, SPBC_II, SPBC_III 255 not available Pulse Width of Speed Encoder for SPB 12 (1)15 mm 13 14 15 Kollmorgen 2.5T (GeN2-C / R) ( 630-1000kg) Yaskawa 1.5T (GeN-R) ( 320- 630kg) Kollmorgen 5T (GeN2-Cx) (1200-2000kg) since AAC

1.

Encoder

13

Distance of moving car between two rising edges of the rescue encoder. 2. SDI-Max 30 Maximum speed value of SDI 2 (1) 63 [0.01 m/s] Speed at which all 8 LEDs of the Speed/Direction-Indicator are switched on. If during manual rescue operation the measured car speed is higher than this value, the LEDs are blinking and the buzzer is turned on. 3. SDI-Dir 0 Direction of Speed and Direction Indicator 0 machine mounted on left side of hoistway 1 machine mounted on right side of hoistway Use this parameter to invert the display of the SDI. 4. BRE-Max 10 Maximum speed for Brake Release Electrical 1 (1) 12 [0.01 m/s] Manual rescue operation: SPB drops the brake if the measured car speed is higher than BRE-MAX. 5. SPB-Temp 60 Temperature Limit for Service Panel Board 30 (1) 70 degrees celsius HTS is activated if the SPB detects a temperature which is higher than SPB-TEMP.

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8 EMERGENCY
No. 0. Symbol ES-TYP Default 0 Purpose and Range Define ES-Type: 0 ESS car stops as long as input is activated door is deenergized 1 ESB / RSS car stops until a car call button is pressed. a door which was not closed will be opened 1. ES-LRCU 0 LRCU selftest duration (IOs 964, 965, 966) 0-4 no selftest else delay for LRCU selftest EFO (emergency fireman operation) position: 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled note: This parameter is ignored for EFO-NC=1 3. EFO-NC 0 EFO Next Commitable Position: 0 move to EFO-P 1 stop at next commitable landing; parameter EFO-P is ignored EFO with Doors Closed: 0 1 (1) 255 s 5. EFO-DO 0 The doors will be kept open at EFO-P After this time the doors wil close at EFO-P since

2.

EFO-P

255

4.

EFO-DC

EFO default door: 0 Both doors will open at EFO position 1 Only front door opens 2 Only rear door opens EFO override option: A defect EFO input (e.g. smoke sensor) may be ignored to enable normal function while EFO input is repaired. 0 1 2 3 No override possible XEFO input overrides EFO after arrival at return landing After EFS no EFO is permitted if EFO or AEFO are still active Functions 1 + 2 together

6.

EFO-OP

7.

EFONDG

Enable nudging speed for EFO 0 Door closes with full speed 1 Door closes with nudging speed Allowed Reversal Devices during EFO 0 all devices disabled 1 only SGS/DOS allowed 2 DOB and SGS/DOS allowed

8.

EFO-REV

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No. 9. Symbol EFO-MP Default 0 Purpose and Range EFO mode priority 1 ISC has priority 2 ATT has priority 4 EHS has priority note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) 10. 11. EFO-MP-T EFO-SD 0 0 EFO mode priority time 0 (1) 60 s max duration before EFO is started EFO signal devices 0 no buzzer operation 1 constantly on (until EFO-P arrived) 2 always flickering 3 constantly without EPO, flickering with EPO 4 constantly on EFO buzzer operation for EN81-72 0 no extra buzzer operation 1 buzzer is beeping (short-long-...) when: - door is held open for longer than EFO-BUZ seconds - car is in TCI or ERO mode Note: This parameter has priority over EFO-SD 13. ASL-P 255 ASL (Alternate Service Landing) position for EFO: If the ASL-input is activated, the car will move to ASL-P instead of EFO-P (e.g. fire at EFO-P) 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled since

12.

EFO-BUZ

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No. 14. Symbol EFS-TYP Default 0 Purpose and Range Type of EFS (Emergency Fireman Service) (if EFK (ASL) connected): 0 EFO Car will go to EFO landing and stays there with door open 1 EFS 1 (Automatic) If car arrives at EFO landing, it will go automatically into ISC. 2 EFS 2 (Manual) If car arrives at EFO landing, it can be switched to ISC with ISS switch 3 ANSI (SES I / II) 4 British Standard 5533 5 Swiss Standard 6 Australia Same as EFS 2, but car can be switched to ISC with ESK switch only 7 New Zealand 8 EFS 2 (Manual with ESK) 9 New Zealand with DCB 10 GENERIC EFS default door: 0 Both doors will open position 1 Only front door opens 2 Only rear door opens EFS initiation of Phase II 1 automatically 2 when ISS operated 4 when ESK operated 8 when CFS operated 16 when 1EFS operated note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) note: only applicable if EFS-TYP=10 since

15.

EFS-DO

16.

EFSINI

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8 EMERGENCY
No. 17. Symbol EFS-CALL Default 0 Purpose and Range EFS car call handling 0 Nearest Call Wins: Any number of car calls can be entered. After arrival at the first destination landing all remaining calls are deleted. 1 First Call Wins: After entering a car call no further call can be entered. Required by Frankfurt/Main 2 Latest Call Wins: When a car call is entered the previous call is deleted. Required by EN81-72 EFS close door type 1 car button (constant pressure) 2 door close button (constant pressure) 4 up/down start buttons 8 CS start button 16 ANSI style ISC 32 car call demand (momentary pressure) note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) note: 19. EFSOPD 0 only applicable if EFS-TYP=10 since

18.

EFSCLD

EFS open door type 1 always automatically 2 when DOB constantly pressed 4 only on 1st arrival 8 Door Hold Function if door not fully opened or closed (I/Os DDM, RDDM) note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 2+4 you must program 6) note: note: valid values are 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8 only applicable if EFS-TYP=10

20.

EFS-EX

EFS exit type 0 only if at EFO landing 1 if not moving and door is open 2 at any landing when door is closed 3 when door is opened or closed (option 1+2) note: only applicable if EFS-TYP=10

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No. 21. Symbol EFS-RT Default 0 Purpose and Range EFS return time (diration for which EFK must be low to force car back to EFO landing if EFK is switched on again while in EFS): 0-39 Function disabled 40-255 Time (in 100 ms units) EFK must be low EFS recall type 1 EFK off timeout 2 EFK off, moving 4 EFK off, not moving 8 EFK off, not moving, door closed 16 EFK off, not moving, door opened 32 EFS1 off 64 ESH off, not moving, door opened 128 EFK off for 1..5 seconds (EN81-72) note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) note: 23. EF-I-LT 0 only applicable if EFS-TYP=10 since

22.

EFS-RC

EFO/EFS input latching 1 EFO input is latched 2 AEFO input is latched 4 EFK input is latched 8 ASL input is latched note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) note: only applicable if EFS-TYP=10

24.

EN-BAK

Enable E2P-backup of EFO/EFS: If enabled, the system keeps all necessary information during power-off to avoid a correction run after power-on if car was in any door zone. 0 1 Disable backup Enable backup

25.

HDWPOS

Hardware position reference: 0 Disabled 3 Enabled (Voltage buffer for LV signals) EPO (emergency power operation) Position: 0 (1) 31 EPO A/C (position) EPO E (hydro: bottom) = 32 EPO B/D (next floor) EPO F (hydro: next floor down) >32 Disabled

26.

EPO-P

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No. 27. Symbol EPO-DC Default 0 Purpose and Range EPO with doors closed: 0 Disabled 1 (1) 255 s After rescue operation and waiting for further run, the doors will close after EPO-DC EPO default door: 0 Both doors will open at EPO position 1 Only front door opens 2 Only rear door opens EPO priority if EFO or EFS active: 0 No priority for EPO 1 EPO has priority over EFO/EFS Earthquake Operation Version: 0 EQO-6: New Zealand / Australia 1 EQO-7: Mexico 2 EQO-4: PAO Mid Shaft Position: 0 - 31 position, where the CWT meets the car (the car will not run to the CWT position at EQO) 255 disabled Express Priority Service: After arriving at the floor where the EHS call was given: xx0 automatic ISC xx1 return to normal xx2 automatic CHCS Before arriving at the floor where the EHS call was given: x0x immediate return x1x stop at next commitable x2x serve car calls en route General: 1xx with Tale Tell Lights (EHS-2) EHS time-out: After the car has stopped for the EHS call, the car will return to normal operation after this time. 0 Disabled 10 (1) 255 s AAE since

28.

EPO-DO

29.

EPO-PR

30.

EQO

31.

Mid Pos

32.

EPS-TYP

33.

EHS-T

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9 - SECURITY
No. 0. Symbol EN-FPD Default 0 Purpose and Range Enable FPD (fireproof doors): 0 Disabled 1 Enabled Enable IST (intermittent stop): Stop at IST-P if the car passes this landing. 0 1 2 3 5 6 7 2. IST-P 255 Disabled In up direction only In down direction only In both directions In up direction only, if ISTS active In down direction only, if ISTS active In both directions, if ISTS active since

1.

EN-IST

Intermittent Stop Position: 0 (1) 31 >31 Disabled Enable Car Card Reader Operation: 0 Disabled 1 Single Contact Reader Use CRC contact and Card-Rd Mask, C bit = 1: car call always allowed C bit = 0: car calls only allowed if CRC operated 2 Multi Contact Reader Use CRSn contacts and Card-Rd Mask, C bit = 1: car call always allowed C bit = 0: car calls only allowed if corresponding CRSn contact operated 3 Single and Multi Contact Reader combination of 1 and 2, so both CRC and CRSn can be used at the same time 4 no card reader operation 5 like 1, but ISC will override any CRS security 6 like 2, but ISC will override any CRS security 7 like 3, but ISC will override any CRS security

3.

EN-CRO

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9 - SECURITY
No. 4. Symbol EN-HCRO Default 0 Purpose and Range Enable Hall Call Card Reader Operation 0 no hall card reader 1 Accept normal hall calls normal hall calls only if SECn input is operated, EHC calls are always allowed 2 Accept EHC calls EHC calls if SECn input is operated, normal calls are always allowed 3 Accept all hall calls all hall call types only if SECn input is operated 4 no hall card reader 5 Delete and Disable normal hall calls if SECn input is operated, normal hall calls are disabled 6 Delete and Disable EHC calls if SECn input is operated, EHC calls are disabled 7 Delete and Disable all hall calls if SECn input is operated, all hall call types are disabled EMS Security Options 0 default ISC is also affected by EMS Security, pending calls are canceled, EMS security is valid as long as ICSS is online 1 ISC overrides EMS Security 2 do not clear pending calls 4 no clear of EMS Security if ICSS goes offline note: if more than one of the above options should be available then you must add the appropriate numbers (e.g. to select 1+4 you must program 5) 6. GCBTYP 0 General Control of Buttons type: 0 disabled 1 GCB-1 (car calls disabled; park run allowed) 2 GCB-2 (all calls disabled) RIOT Operation Position: The car will run to the riot position and keep the doors open if the RIOT switch is operated. 0 (1) 31 >31 Disabled since

5.

EMS-SEC

7.

RIOT-P

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9 - SECURITY
No. 8. Symbol SACTYP Default 0 Purpose and Range Secure Access Type: 0 SAC disabled 1 SAC enabled, without ISC override 3 SAC enabled, with ISC override 5 SAC enabled, without ISC override, clear only possible if security enabled 7 SAC enabled, with ISC override, clear only possible if security enabled else SAC disabled Secure Access digit 1: First digit of Master Access Code 0 1 (1) 6 10. SAC-D2 0 disabled use CSA1 - CSA6 as code input since

9.

SAC-D1

Secure Access digit 2: Second digit of Master Access Code 0 1 (1) 6 disabled use CSA1 - CSA6 as code input

11.

SAC-D3

Secure Access digit 3: Third digit of Master Access Code 0 1 (1) 6 disabled use CSA1 - CSA6 as code input

12.

RSC-SEC

Rescue Security Options: 0 dont open secured doors after rescue run 1 open secured doors after rescue run Used by ARO;

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10 - TEST
No. 0. Symbol TPOS 1 Default 255 Purpose and Range Test position 1(automatic test run): If TPOS1TPOS2 and TDELAY>0, the car will move between TPOS1 and TPOS2, waiting at both floors for TDELAY seconds. 0 (1) 31 > 31 1. TPOS 2 255 Disabled since

Test position 2(automatic test run): 0 (1) 31 > 31 Disabled Test Delay for automatic test run: 0 (1) 255 s Debug parameter: 0 (1) 255 Debug parameter1: 0 (1) 255 Enable contract handling: 0 1 required) up to 16 openings up to 32 openings (contract definition of RS addresses

2. 3. 4. 5.

TDELAY DEBUG DEBUG1 EN-CRT

255 0 0 0

6.

DISP-ALL

display of inputs in M-1-1-2 (System-Status-Inputs) 0 only those inputs are displayed which are used by the specific configuration 1 all inputs are displayed, even if not available for the specific configuration

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12.2.4 RSL: List of Inputs and Outputs IO


0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

symbol
DOL DOB EDP DCB ISS LWO LNS LWX CTL / PKS PKS CCTL CCBL EFK NU NUSD / NUSD-1 NUG / NUG-1 CUDL CDDL OLS BUZ FSL HEL LR NDG STH STC DMD CB / CTTL 0 CB / CTTL 1 CB / CTTL 2 CB / CTTL 3 CB / CTTL 4 CB / CTTL 5 CB / CTTL 6 CB / CTTL 7 CB / CTTL 8 CB / CTTL 9 CB / CTTL 10 CB / CTTL 11 CB / CTTL 12

description
Door Open Limit Door Open Button Electronic Door Protection Door Close Button Independent Service Switch Load Weighting Overload Load Non Stop ANS Load Weight Car To Landing/Parking Switch Parking Switch Car Call to Top Landing Car Call to Bottom Landing Emergency Fireman Keyswitch Emergency power Enable rescue operation Enable normal operation Car Up Direction Light Car Down Direction Light Over Load Signal Buzzer Fireman Service Light Hospital Emergency Light Light Relay Nudging Stop Signal Hall Stop Signal Car Demand for DOC-X Car Button / Tell Tale Light 0 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 1 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 2 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 3 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 4 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 5 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 6 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 7 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 8 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 9 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 10 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 11 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 12

since def type loc


1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 in in in in in in in in in in in in in in i/o i/o out out out out out out out out out out out i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o car car car car car car car car hall hall con con hall con con con car car car car car car con con hall car hall car car car car car car car car car car car car car

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IO
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92

symbol
CB / CTTL 13 CB / CTTL 14 CB / CTTL 15 CB / CTTL 16 CB / CTTL 17 CB / CTTL 18 CB / CTTL 19 CB / CTTL 20 CB / CTTL 21 CB / CTTL 22 CB / CTTL 23 CB / CTTL 24 CB / CTTL 25 CB / CTTL 26 CB / CTTL 27 CB / CTTL 28 CB / CTTL 29 CB / CTTL 30 CB / CTTL 31 UHB / UHTTL 0 UHB / UHTTL 1 UHB / UHTTL 2 UHB / UHTTL 3 UHB / UHTTL 4 UHB / UHTTL 5 UHB / UHTTL 6 UHB / UHTTL 7 UHB / UHTTL 8 UHB / UHTTL 9 UHB / UHTTL 10 UHB / UHTTL 11 UHB / UHTTL 12 UHB / UHTTL 13 UHB / UHTTL 14 UHB / UHTTL 15 UHB / UHTTL 16 UHB / UHTTL 17 UHB / UHTTL 18 UHB / UHTTL 19 UHB / UHTTL 20 UHB / UHTTL 21 UHB / UHTTL 22 UHB / UHTTL 23 UHB / UHTTL 24 UHB / UHTTL 25 UHB / UHTTL 26 UHB / UHTTL 27 UHB / UHTTL 28

description
Car Button / Tell Tale Light 13 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 14 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 15 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 16 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 17 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 18 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 19 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 20 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 21 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 22 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 23 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 24 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 25 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 26 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 27 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 28 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 29 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 30 Car Button / Tell Tale Light 31 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 0 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 1 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 2 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 3 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 4 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 5 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 6 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 7 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 8 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 9 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 10 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 11 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 12 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 13 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 14 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 15 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 16 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 17 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 18 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 19 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 20 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 21 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 22 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 23 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 24 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 25 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 26 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 27 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 28

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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IO
93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140

symbol
UHB / UHTTL 29 UHB / UHTTL 30 UHB / UHTTL 31 HB / HBTTL 0 HB / HBTTL 1 HB / HBTTL 2 HB / HBTTL 3 HB / HBTTL 4 HB / HBTTL 5 HB / HBTTL 6 HB / HBTTL 7 HB / HBTTL 8 HB / HBTTL 9 HB / HBTTL 10 HB / HBTTL 11 HB / HBTTL 12 HB / HBTTL 13 HB / HBTTL 14 HB / HBTTL 15 HB / HBTTL 16 HB / HBTTL 17 HB / HBTTL 18 HB / HBTTL 19 HB / HBTTL 20 HB / HBTTL 21 HB / HBTTL 22 HB / HBTTL 23 HB / HBTTL 24 HB / HBTTL 25 HB / HBTTL 26 HB / HBTTL 27 HB / HBTTL 28 HB / HBTTL 29 HB / HBTTL 30 HB / HBTTL 31 UHL 0 UHL 1 UHL 2 UHL 3 UHL 4 UHL 5 UHL 6 UHL 7 UHL 8 UHL 9 UHL 10 UHL 11 UHL 12

description
Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 29 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 30 Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 31 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 0 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 1 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 2 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 3 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 4 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 5 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 6 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 7 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 8 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 9 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 10 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 11 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 12 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 13 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 14 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 15 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 16 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 17 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 18 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 19 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 20 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 21 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 22 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 23 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 24 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 25 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 26 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 27 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 28 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 29 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 30 Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 31 Up Hall Lantern 0 Up Hall Lantern 1 Up Hall Lantern 2 Up Hall Lantern 3 Up Hall Lantern 4 Up Hall Lantern 5 Up Hall Lantern 6 Up Hall Lantern 7 Up Hall Lantern 8 Up Hall Lantern 9 Up Hall Lantern 10 Up Hall Lantern 11 Up Hall Lantern 12

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o out out out out out out out out out out out out out hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188

symbol
UHL 13 UHL 14 UHL 15 UHL 16 UHL 17 UHL 18 UHL 19 UHL 20 UHL 21 UHL 22 UHL 23 UHL 24 UHL 25 UHL 26 UHL 27 UHL 28 UHL 29 UHL 30 UHL 31 DHL 0 DHL 1 DHL 2 DHL 3 DHL 4 DHL 5 DHL 6 DHL 7 DHL 8 DHL 9 DHL 10 DHL 11 DHL 12 DHL 13 DHL 14 DHL 15 DHL 16 DHL 17 DHL 18 DHL 19 DHL 20 DHL 21 DHL 22 DHL 23 DHL 24 DHL 25 DHL 26 DHL 27 DHL 28

description
Up Hall Lantern 13 Up Hall Lantern 14 Up Hall Lantern 15 Up Hall Lantern 16 Up Hall Lantern 17 Up Hall Lantern 18 Up Hall Lantern 19 Up Hall Lantern 20 Up Hall Lantern 21 Up Hall Lantern 22 Up Hall Lantern 23 Up Hall Lantern 24 Up Hall Lantern 25 Up Hall Lantern 26 Up Hall Lantern 27 Up Hall Lantern 28 Up Hall Lantern 29 Up Hall Lantern 30 Up Hall Lantern 31 Down Hall Lantern 0 Down Hall Lantern 1 Down Hall Lantern 2 Down Hall Lantern 3 Down Hall Lantern 4 Down Hall Lantern 5 Down Hall Lantern 6 Down Hall Lantern 7 Down Hall Lantern 8 Down Hall Lantern 9 Down Hall Lantern 10 Down Hall Lantern 11 Down Hall Lantern 12 Down Hall Lantern 13 Down Hall Lantern 14 Down Hall Lantern 15 Down Hall Lantern 16 Down Hall Lantern 17 Down Hall Lantern 18 Down Hall Lantern 19 Down Hall Lantern 20 Down Hall Lantern 21 Down Hall Lantern 22 Down Hall Lantern 23 Down Hall Lantern 24 Down Hall Lantern 25 Down Hall Lantern 26 Down Hall Lantern 27 Down Hall Lantern 28

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236

symbol
DHL 29 DHL 30 DHL 31 EHC / ETTL 0 EHC / ETTL 1 EHC / ETTL 2 EHC / ETTL 3 EHC / ETTL 4 EHC / ETTL 5 EHC / ETTL 6 EHC / ETTL 7 EHC / ETTL 8 EHC / ETTL 9 EHC / ETTL 10 EHC / ETTL 11 EHC / ETTL 12 EHC / ETTL 13 EHC / ETTL 14 EHC / ETTL 15 EHC / ETTL 16 EHC / ETTL 17 EHC / ETTL 18 EHC / ETTL 19 EHC / ETTL 20 EHC / ETTL 21 EHC / ETTL 22 EHC / ETTL 23 EHC / ETTL 24 EHC / ETTL 25 EHC / ETTL 26 EHC / ETTL 27 EHC / ETTL 28 EHC / ETTL 29 EHC / ETTL 30 EHC / ETTL 31 FPD 0 FPD 1 FPD 2 FPD 3 FPD 4 FPD 5 FPD 6 FPD 7 FPD 8 FPD 9 FPD 10 FPD 11 FPD 12

description
Down Hall Lantern 29 Down Hall Lantern 30 Down Hall Lantern 31 Emerg. Hosp. Call 0 Emerg. Hosp. Call 1 Emerg. Hosp. Call 2 Emerg. Hosp. Call 3 Emerg. Hosp. Call 4 Emerg. Hosp. Call 5 Emerg. Hosp. Call 6 Emerg. Hosp. Call 7 Emerg. Hosp. Call 8 Emerg. Hosp. Call 9 Emerg. Hosp. Call 10 Emerg. Hosp. Call 11 Emerg. Hosp. Call 12 Emerg. Hosp. Call 13 Emerg. Hosp. Call 14 Emerg. Hosp. Call 15 Emerg. Hosp. Call 16 Emerg. Hosp. Call 17 Emerg. Hosp. Call 18 Emerg. Hosp. Call 19 Emerg. Hosp. Call 20 Emerg. Hosp. Call 21 Emerg. Hosp. Call 22 Emerg. Hosp. Call 23 Emerg. Hosp. Call 24 Emerg. Hosp. Call 25 Emerg. Hosp. Call 26 Emerg. Hosp. Call 27 Emerg. Hosp. Call 28 Emerg. Hosp. Call 29 Emerg. Hosp. Call 30 Emerg. Hosp. Call 31 Fire Proof Door 0 Fire Proof Door 1 Fire Proof Door 2 Fire Proof Door 3 Fire Proof Door 4 Fire Proof Door 5 Fire Proof Door 6 Fire Proof Door 7 Fire Proof Door 8 Fire Proof Door 9 Fire Proof Door 10 Fire Proof Door 11 Fire Proof Door 12

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 out out out i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o in in in in in in in in in in in in in hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284

symbol
FPD 13 FPD 14 FPD 15 FPD 16 FPD 17 FPD 18 FPD 19 FPD 20 FPD 21 FPD 22 FPD 23 FPD 24 FPD 25 FPD 26 FPD 27 FPD 28 FPD 29 FPD 30 FPD 31 CPC 0 CPC 1 CPC 2 CPC 3 CPC 4 CPC 5 CPC 6 CPC 7 CPC 8 CPC 9 CPC 10 CPC 11 CPC 12 CPC 13 CPC 14 CPC 15 CPC 16 CPC 17 CPC 18 CPC 19 CPC 20 CPC 21 CPC 22 CPC 23 CPC 24 CPC 25 CPC 26 CPC 27 CPC 28

description
Fire Proof Door 13 Fire Proof Door 14 Fire Proof Door 15 Fire Proof Door 16 Fire Proof Door 17 Fire Proof Door 18 Fire Proof Door 19 Fire Proof Door 20 Fire Proof Door 21 Fire Proof Door 22 Fire Proof Door 23 Fire Proof Door 24 Fire Proof Door 25 Fire Proof Door 26 Fire Proof Door 27 Fire Proof Door 28 Fire Proof Door 29 Fire Proof Door 30 Fire Proof Door 31 Car Position Contact 0 Car Position Contact 1 Car Position Contact 2 Car Position Contact 3 Car Position Contact 4 Car Position Contact 5 Car Position Contact 6 Car Position Contact 7 Car Position Contact 8 Car Position Contact 9 Car Position Contact 10 Car Position Contact 11 Car Position Contact 12 Car Position Contact 13 Car Position Contact 14 Car Position Contact 15 Car Position Contact 16 Car Position Contact 17 Car Position Contact 18 Car Position Contact 19 Car Position Contact 20 Car Position Contact 21 Car Position Contact 22 Car Position Contact 23 Car Position Contact 24 Car Position Contact 25 Car Position Contact 26 Car Position Contact 27 Car Position Contact 28

since def type loc


1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con con

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IO
285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332

symbol
CPC 29 CPC 30 CPC 31 RCB / RCTTL 0 RCB / RCTTL 1 RCB / RCTTL 2 RCB / RCTTL 3 RCB / RCTTL 4 RCB / RCTTL 5 RCB / RCTTL 6 RCB / RCTTL 7 RCB / RCTTL 8 RCB / RCTTL 9 RCB / RCTTL 10 RCB / RCTTL 11 RCB / RCTTL 12 RCB / RCTTL 13 RCB / RCTTL 14 RCB / RCTTL 15 RCB / RCTTL 16 RCB / RCTTL 17 RCB / RCTTL 18 RCB / RCTTL 19 RCB / RCTTL 20 RCB / RCTTL 21 RCB / RCTTL 22 RCB / RCTTL 23 RCB / RCTTL 24 RCB / RCTTL 25 RCB / RCTTL 26 RCB / RCTTL 27 RCB / RCTTL 28 RCB / RCTTL 29 RCB / RCTTL 30 RCB / RCTTL 31 RUHB / RUTTL 0 RUHB / RUTTL 1 RUHB / RUTTL 2 RUHB / RUTTL 3 RUHB / RUTTL 4 RUHB / RUTTL 5 RUHB / RUTTL 6 RUHB / RUTTL 7 RUHB / RUTTL 8 RUHB / RUTTL 9 RUHB / RUTTL 10 RUHB / RUTTL 11 RUHB / RUTTL 12

description
Car Position Contact 29 Car Position Contact 30 Car Position Contact 31 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 0 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 1 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 2 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 3 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 4 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 5 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 6 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 7 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 8 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 9 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 10 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 11 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 12 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 13 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 14 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 15 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 16 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 17 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 18 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 19 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 20 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 21 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 22 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 23 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 24 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 25 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 26 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 27 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 28 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 29 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 30 Rear Car Button / Tell Tale Light 31 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 0 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 1 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 2 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 3 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 4 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 5 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 6 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 7 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 8 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 9 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 10 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 11 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 12

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0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out out out i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o con con con car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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symbol
RUHB / RUTTL 13 RUHB / RUTTL 14 RUHB / RUTTL 15 RUHB / RUTTL 16 RUHB / RUTTL 17 RUHB / RUTTL 18 RUHB / RUTTL 19 RUHB / RUTTL 20 RUHB / RUTTL 21 RUHB / RUTTL 22 RUHB / RUTTL 23 RUHB / RUTTL 24 RUHB / RUTTL 25 RUHB / RUTTL 26 RUHB / RUTTL 27 RUHB / RUTTL 28 RUHB / RUTTL 29 RUHB / RUTTL 30 RUHB / RUTTL 31 RDHB / RDTTL 0 RDHB / RDTTL 1 RDHB / RDTTL 2 RDHB / RDTTL 3 RDHB / RDTTL 4 RDHB / RDTTL 5 RDHB / RDTTL 6 RDHB / RDTTL 7 RDHB / RDTTL 8 RDHB / RDTTL 9 RDHB / RDTTL 10 RDHB / RDTTL 11 RDHB / RDTTL 12 RDHB / RDTTL 13 RDHB / RDTTL 14 RDHB / RDTTL 15 RDHB / RDTTL 16 RDHB / RDTTL 17 RDHB / RDTTL 18 RDHB / RDTTL 19 RDHB / RDTTL 20 RDHB / RDTTL 21 RDHB / RDTTL 22 RDHB / RDTTL 23 RDHB / RDTTL 24 RDHB / RDTTL 25 RDHB / RDTTL 26 RDHB / RDTTL 27 RDHB / RDTTL 28

description
Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 13 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 14 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 15 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 16 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 17 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 18 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 19 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 20 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 21 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 22 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 23 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 24 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 25 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 26 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 27 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 28 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 29 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 30 Rear Up Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 31 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 0 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 1 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 2 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 3 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 4 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 5 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 6 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 7 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 8 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 9 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 10 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 11 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 12 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 13 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 14 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 15 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 16 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 17 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 18 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 19 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 20 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 21 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 22 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 23 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 24 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 25 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 26 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 27 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 28

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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symbol
RDHB / RDTTL 29 RDHB / RDTTL 30 RDHB / RDTTL 31 RUHL 0 RUHL 1 RUHL 2 RUHL 3 RUHL 4 RUHL 5 RUHL 6 RUHL 7 RUHL 8 RUHL 9 RUHL 10 RUHL 11 RUHL 12 RUHL 13 RUHL 14 RUHL 15 RUHL 16 RUHL 17 RUHL 18 RUHL 19 RUHL 20 RUHL 21 RUHL 22 RUHL 23 RUHL 24 RUHL 25 RUHL 26 RUHL 27 RUHL 28 RUHL 29 RUHL 30 RUHL 31 RDHL 0 RDHL 1 RDHL 2 RDHL 3 RDHL 4 RDHL 5 RDHL 6 RDHL 7 RDHL 8 RDHL 9 RDHL 10 RDHL 11 RDHL 12

description
Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 29 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 30 Rear Down Hall Button / Tell Tale Light 31 Rear Up Hall Lantern 0 Rear Up Hall Lantern 1 Rear Up Hall Lantern 2 Rear Up Hall Lantern 3 Rear Up Hall Lantern 4 Rear Up Hall Lantern 5 Rear Up Hall Lantern 6 Rear Up Hall Lantern 7 Rear Up Hall Lantern 8 Rear Up Hall Lantern 9 Rear Up Hall Lantern 10 Rear Up Hall Lantern 11 Rear Up Hall Lantern 12 Rear Up Hall Lantern 13 Rear Up Hall Lantern 14 Rear Up Hall Lantern 15 Rear Up Hall Lantern 16 Rear Up Hall Lantern 17 Rear Up Hall Lantern 18 Rear Up Hall Lantern 19 Rear Up Hall Lantern 20 Rear Up Hall Lantern 21 Rear Up Hall Lantern 22 Rear Up Hall Lantern 23 Rear Up Hall Lantern 24 Rear Up Hall Lantern 25 Rear Up Hall Lantern 26 Rear Up Hall Lantern 27 Rear Up Hall Lantern 28 Rear Up Hall Lantern 29 Rear Up Hall Lantern 30 Rear Up Hall Lantern 31 Rear Down Hall Lantern 0 Rear Down Hall Lantern 1 Rear Down Hall Lantern 2 Rear Down Hall Lantern 3 Rear Down Hall Lantern 4 Rear Down Hall Lantern 5 Rear Down Hall Lantern 6 Rear Down Hall Lantern 7 Rear Down Hall Lantern 8 Rear Down Hall Lantern 9 Rear Down Hall Lantern 10 Rear Down Hall Lantern 11 Rear Down Hall Lantern 12

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 i/o i/o i/o out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476

symbol
RDHL 13 RDHL 14 RDHL 15 RDHL 16 RDHL 17 RDHL 18 RDHL 19 RDHL 20 RDHL 21 RDHL 22 RDHL 23 RDHL 24 RDHL 25 RDHL 26 RDHL 27 RDHL 28 RDHL 29 RDHL 30 RDHL 31 REHC / RETTL 0 REHC / RETTL 1 REHC / RETTL 2 REHC / RETTL 3 REHC / RETTL 4 REHC / RETTL 5 REHC / RETTL 6 REHC / RETTL 7 REHC / RETTL 8 REHC / RETTL 9 REHC / RETTL 10 REHC / RETTL 11 REHC / RETTL 12 REHC / RETTL 13 REHC / RETTL 14 REHC / RETTL 15 REHC / RETTL 16 REHC / RETTL 17 REHC / RETTL 18 REHC / RETTL 19 REHC / RETTL 20 REHC / RETTL 21 REHC / RETTL 22 REHC / RETTL 23 REHC / RETTL 24 REHC / RETTL 25 REHC / RETTL 26 REHC / RETTL 27 REHC / RETTL 28

description
Rear Down Hall Lantern 13 Rear Down Hall Lantern 14 Rear Down Hall Lantern 15 Rear Down Hall Lantern 16 Rear Down Hall Lantern 17 Rear Down Hall Lantern 18 Rear Down Hall Lantern 19 Rear Down Hall Lantern 20 Rear Down Hall Lantern 21 Rear Down Hall Lantern 22 Rear Down Hall Lantern 23 Rear Down Hall Lantern 24 Rear Down Hall Lantern 25 Rear Down Hall Lantern 26 Rear Down Hall Lantern 27 Rear Down Hall Lantern 28 Rear Down Hall Lantern 29 Rear Down Hall Lantern 30 Rear Down Hall Lantern 31 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 0 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 1 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 2 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 3 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 4 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 5 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 6 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 7 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 8 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 9 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 10 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 11 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 12 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 13 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 14 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 15 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 16 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 17 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 18 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 19 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 20 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 21 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 22 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 23 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 24 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 25 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 26 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 27 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 28

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524

symbol
REHC / RETTL 29 REHC / RETTL 30 REHC / RETTL 31 CRS 0 CRS 1 CRS 2 CRS 3 CRS 4 CRS 5 CRS 6 CRS 7 CRS 8 CRS 9 CRS 10 CRS 11 CRS 12 CRS 13 CRS 14 CRS 15 CRS 16 CRS 17 CRS 18 CRS 19 CRS 20 CRS 21 CRS 22 CRS 23 CRS 24 CRS 25 CRS 26 CRS 27 CRS 28 CRS 29 CRS 30 CRS 31 SEC 0 SEC 1 SEC 2 SEC 3 SEC 4 SEC 5 SEC 6 SEC 7 SEC 8 SEC 9 SEC 10 SEC 11 SEC 12

description
Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 29 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 30 Rear Emerg. Hosp. Call / Tell Tale Light 31 Card Reader Security (Car) 0 Card Reader Security (Car) 1 Card Reader Security (Car) 2 Card Reader Security (Car) 3 Card Reader Security (Car) 4 Card Reader Security (Car) 5 Card Reader Security (Car) 6 Card Reader Security (Car) 7 Card Reader Security (Car) 8 Card Reader Security (Car) 9 Card Reader Security (Car) 10 Card Reader Security (Car) 11 Card Reader Security (Car) 12 Card Reader Security (Car) 13 Card Reader Security (Car) 14 Card Reader Security (Car) 15 Card Reader Security (Car) 16 Card Reader Security (Car) 17 Card Reader Security (Car) 18 Card Reader Security (Car) 19 Card Reader Security (Car) 20 Card Reader Security (Car) 21 Card Reader Security (Car) 22 Card Reader Security (Car) 23 Card Reader Security (Car) 24 Card Reader Security (Car) 25 Card Reader Security (Car) 26 Card Reader Security (Car) 27 Card Reader Security (Car) 28 Card Reader Security (Car) 29 Card Reader Security (Car) 30 Card Reader Security (Car) 31 Card Reader Security (Hall) 0 Card Reader Security (Hall) 1 Card Reader Security (Hall) 2 Card Reader Security (Hall) 3 Card Reader Security (Hall) 4 Card Reader Security (Hall) 5 Card Reader Security (Hall) 6 Card Reader Security (Hall) 7 Card Reader Security (Hall) 8 Card Reader Security (Hall) 9 Card Reader Security (Hall) 10 Card Reader Security (Hall) 11 Card Reader Security (Hall) 12

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 i/o i/o i/o in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in hall hall hall car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car car hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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symbol
SEC 13 SEC 14 SEC 15 SEC 16 SEC 17 SEC 18 SEC 19 SEC 20 SEC 21 SEC 22 SEC 23 SEC 24 SEC 25 SEC 26 SEC 27 SEC 28 SEC 29 SEC 30 SEC 31 RDOL RDOB REDP RDCB ATK HUDL (UDL) HDDL (DDL) GCB PKL DTP EPR OOS1B OOS1M OOS2B OOS2M ROLS RHEL RFSL RCUDL RCDDL RHUDL RHDDL RIOTS RSTH

description
Card Reader Security (Hall) 13 Card Reader Security (Hall) 14 Card Reader Security (Hall) 15 Card Reader Security (Hall) 16 Card Reader Security (Hall) 17 Card Reader Security (Hall) 18 Card Reader Security (Hall) 19 Card Reader Security (Hall) 20 Card Reader Security (Hall) 21 Card Reader Security (Hall) 22 Card Reader Security (Hall) 23 Card Reader Security (Hall) 24 Card Reader Security (Hall) 25 Card Reader Security (Hall) 26 Card Reader Security (Hall) 27 Card Reader Security (Hall) 28 Card Reader Security (Hall) 29 Card Reader Security (Hall) 30 Card Reader Security (Hall) 31 Rear Door Open Limit Rear Door Open Button Rear Electronic Door Protection Rear Door Close Button Attendant Key Switch Hall Up Direction Light Hall Down Direction Light Up General Control Button Parking Light Door Time Protection Emergency Power Rescue Out of Service Break1 Out of Service Make1 Out of Service Break 2 Out of Service Make 2 Rear Over Load Signal Rear Hospital Emergency Light Rear Fireman Service Light Rear Car Up Direction Lantern Rear Car Down Direction Lantern Rear Hall Up Direction Lantern Rear Hall Down Direction Lantern Riot Operation Switch Rear Stop Signal Hall

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in out out in out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out in out hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall car car car car car hall hall hall con hall con con con con con con car car car car car car car hall hall

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symbol
RSTC MDD RMDD UP DN CDLU CDLD CDGU (GNCUP) CDGD (GNCDN) RCDLU RCDLD RCDGU RCDGD ASL ATTU ATTD FDLU FDLD NSB NSL INLC INLH PFL EPW EHS DOS / SGS RDOS / RSGS LRD RLRD XEPR CCOC CCOH HCCO GCCO ACSC ACSH CHCC DFD DHB

description
Rear Stop Signal Car Passenger Move Detector Rear Passenger Move Detector Car Direction Memory Up Car Direction Memory Down Car Direction Lantern Up Car Direction Lantern Down Car Direction Gong Up Car Direction Gong Down Rear Car Direction Lantern Up Rear Car Direction Lantern Down Rear Car Direction Gong Up Rear Car Direction Gomg Down Alternate Service Landing Attendant Up Start Switch Attendant Down Start Switch Further Demand Up Lantern Further Demand Down Lantern Non Stop Button Non Stop Lantern Independent Light Car Independent Light Hall Power Fail Light Emergency Power Wait Emergency Hospital Service Light Door Open Signal / Safety Gate Shoe Rear Door Open Signal / Rear SGS Light Ray Device Rear Light Ray Device Not able to rescue Cut Car Calls for car link Cut Car Calls for hall link Hall Call Cut Off Group Call Cut Off Anti Crime Switch Car Anti Crime Switch Hall Cut Hall Call Car Disable Front Doors Door Hold Button

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out in in out out out out out out out out out out in in in out out in out out out out out out in in in in out in in in in in in in in in car car car con con car car car car car car car car hall car car car car car car car hall car con hall car car car car con car hall hall hall car hall car hall hall

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IO
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symbol
DRD EFKB EQS EFO ESH ESK RB RDHB AMCLK LPT WCOS ESSR RNDG ISPS CRC SDB RSDB GRIOT FPDL AEPS EQCW EQRS SSM1 SSM2 SSM3 SSM4 SSM5 SSM6 SSM7 SSMB SSMR SSMS LPTB CTLPC CTLPO RDZ CFSON CFSST BOS SHAC SHAT SHLC

description
Disable Rear Doors Emergency Fireman Key Bypass Earth Quake Switch Emergency Fireman Operation Emergency Service Hold Emergency Service Keyswitch Reset Button Rear Door Hold Button AM Clock Input Landing passing Tone Wild Car Operation Switch Emergency Stop Switch Reset Rear Nudging Relay Independent Service Parking Switch Card Reader Contact Special Door Open Button Rear SDB Group RIOT Fire Proof Door Light Available for EPS L. Earthquake Counterweight Switch Earthquake Reset Signal Speech Synth. Cmd 1 Speech Synth. Cmd 2 Speech Synth. Cmd 3 Speech Synth. Cmd 4 Speech Synth. Cmd 5 Speech Synth. Cmd 6 Speech Synth. Cmd 7 Speech Synth. Busy Speech Synth. Reset Speech Synth. Start Landg. pass. Tone B. CTL park close door CTL park open door Rear Door Zone Car Fire. Serv. On Car Fire. Serv. Start Boss Cardreader override Shabat Operation Switch Shabat Operation Timer Shabat Operation Light Car

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 in in in in in in in in in out in out out out in in in in in out out in in out out out out out out out in out out in in in in in in in in in out hall hall hall con car car car car con car con con con car car car car car hall hall con con con car car car car car car car car car car car hall hall car car car car hall con car

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IO
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symbol
SSMRL CBT BUT DO CPR NORM LDO RLDO TCI DCL RDCL DO_BEL TDOB TDCB RTDOB RTDCB EML REML MF LND OOS RISS RGCB EFL

description
Speech Synthesizer Audio relay Car Button Tone Button Signal for REM Door Opening for REM Car Park Recog. REM Normal Operation for REM Limited Door Open. Rear LDO Top of car Inspection Switch Door Close Limit Switch Rear Door Close Limit Switch Door Open Bell Sig. Top of car Door Open Button Top of car Door Close Button Rear Top of car DOB Rear Top of car DCB Evacuation Message Light Rear Evacuation Message Light Master Floor for REM Landing for REM Out Of Service for REM Rear Independent Service Switch Rear GCB Emergency Fireman Light

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out out out out out out out out in in in in in out in in in in in in out out out out out in in out car car con con con con car car car hall hall car car car con con car car car car car car con con con car car hall

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GOOL DHDI UHDI FR FCDGU FCDGD RRB AT20LRD AT20RLRD ITLH OTLH ITLC OTLC DPC UPC DUPC DUPL OOL EQL ERL FDL NSLH ARL IL SROS ISTS HCOC DHBL RDHBL CHMI CHMU SHBUZ SHLH PCLK 1 PCLK 2 PCLK 3 PCLK 4 PCLK 5 PCLK 6 PCLK 7 PCLK 8 CSA1 CSA2 CSA3 CSA4

description
Group Out of Service Light Down Hall Direction Indicator Up Hall Direction Indicator Fireman Operation Relay Front Car Direction Gong Up Front Car Direction Gong Down Rear Reset Button Light Ray Device for AT20 Rear Light Ray Device for AT20 Incoming Traffic Light Hall Outgoing Traffic Light Hall Incoming Traffic Light Car Outgoing Traffic Light Car Down Peak Clock Up Peak Clock Dual Up Peak Clock Dual Up Peak Light Out Of Order Light Earthquake Light Express Running Light Further Demand Light Non Stop Light Hall Auto Running Light In Use Light (for SAPB) Seperate Riser Operation Switch Intermittent Sop Switch Hall Call Cutoff from Car Door Hold Button Light Rear Door Hold Button Light Chime Board Initiate Chime Board Up Direction Shabbat Operation Door Buzzer Shabbat Operation Light Hall Park Car Clock 1 Park Car Clock 2 Park Car Clock 3 Park Car Clock 4 Park Car Clock 5 Park Car Clock 6 Park Car Clock 7 Park Car Clock 8 Car Secure Access Button 1 Car Secure Access Button 2 Car Secure Access Button 3 Car Secure Access Button 4

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CSA5 CSA6 CSAC CSAK CSAL GSAK GSAL AEFO ASLDOB EFODOB XEFO APC 0 APC 1 APC 2 APC 3 APC 4 APC 5 APC 6 TCIB PDS CMR DCDS DCM RDCM NDG_M RNDG_M LEV PI7S-RA PI7S-RB PI7S-RC PI7S-RD PI7S-RE PI7S-RF PI7S-RG PI7S-LB PI7S-LC PI7S-LG UD REV TI RREV LWDE DESBR DDSR1 DEECR

description
Car Secure Access Button 5 Car Secure Access Button 6 Car Secure Access Clear Switch Car Secure Access Keyswitch Car Secure Access Light Group Secure Access Keyswitch Group Secure Access Light Alternative EFO Alternative Service Landing DOB Emergency Fireman Operation DOB Override EFO Absolute Position Contact 0 Absolute Position Contact 1 Absolute Position Contact 2 Absolute Position Contact 3 Absolute Position Contact 4 Absolute Position Contact 5 Absolute Position Contact 6 Top Of Car Inspection Button Partition Door Switch CAM Relay Disable-Call-And-Door-Switch Door Closing Management Rear Door Closing Management Nudging Signal in Machine Room Rear Nudging Signal in Machine Room Level Signal for REM CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 CPI-3 / HPI-3 DOC-X: Up/Down DOC-X: Reversal Trouble Indicator for french SSM DOC-X: Rear Reversal Load Weighing Device Electronical Disable ESB Relay (Generic Firemen Service) Disable DS Relay (Generic Firemen Service) Disable EEC Relay (Generic Firemen Service)

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0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 in in in in out in out in in in in in in in in in in in in in out in out out out out in out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out car car car car car car car hall car car con hall hall hall hall hall hall hall car car car con car car con con car car car car car car con con con

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DSGSR UHDL 0 UHDL 1 UHDL 2 UHDL 3 UHDL 4 UHDL 5 UHDL 6 UHDL 7 UHDL 8 UHDL 9 UHDL 10 UHDL 11 UHDL 12 UHDL 13 UHDL 14 UHDL 15 UHDL 16 UHDL 17 UHDL 18 UHDL 19 UHDL 20 UHDL 21 UHDL 22 UHDL 23 UHDL 24 UHDL 25 UHDL 26 UHDL 27 UHDL 28 UHDL 29 UHDL 30 UHDL 31 DHDL 0 DHDL 1 DHDL 2 DHDL 3 DHDL 4 DHDL 5 DHDL 6 DHDL 7 DHDL 8 DHDL 9 DHDL 10 DHDL 11 DHDL 12 DHDL 13 DHDL 14

description
Disable SGS Relay (Generic Firemen Service) Up Hall Direction Lantern 0 Up Hall Direction Lantern 1 Up Hall Direction Lantern 2 Up Hall Direction Lantern 3 Up Hall Direction Lantern 4 Up Hall Direction Lantern 5 Up Hall Direction Lantern 6 Up Hall Direction Lantern 7 Up Hall Direction Lantern 8 Up Hall Direction Lantern 9 Up Hall Direction Lantern 10 Up Hall Direction Lantern 11 Up Hall Direction Lantern 12 Up Hall Direction Lantern 13 Up Hall Direction Lantern 14 Up Hall Direction Lantern 15 Up Hall Direction Lantern 16 Up Hall Direction Lantern 17 Up Hall Direction Lantern 18 Up Hall Direction Lantern 19 Up Hall Direction Lantern 20 Up Hall Direction Lantern 21 Up Hall Direction Lantern 22 Up Hall Direction Lantern 23 Up Hall Direction Lantern 24 Up Hall Direction Lantern 25 Up Hall Direction Lantern 26 Up Hall Direction Lantern 27 Up Hall Direction Lantern 28 Up Hall Direction Lantern 29 Up Hall Direction Lantern 30 Up Hall Direction Lantern 31 Down Hall Direction Lantern 0 Down Hall Direction Lantern 1 Down Hall Direction Lantern 2 Down Hall Direction Lantern 3 Down Hall Direction Lantern 4 Down Hall Direction Lantern 5 Down Hall Direction Lantern 6 Down Hall Direction Lantern 7 Down Hall Direction Lantern 8 Down Hall Direction Lantern 9 Down Hall Direction Lantern 10 Down Hall Direction Lantern 11 Down Hall Direction Lantern 12 Down Hall Direction Lantern 13 Down Hall Direction Lantern 14

since def type loc


0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out con hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall

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DHDL 15 DHDL 16 DHDL 17 DHDL 18 DHDL 19 DHDL 20 DHDL 21 DHDL 22 DHDL 23 DHDL 24 DHDL 25 DHDL 26 DHDL 27 DHDL 28 DHDL 29 DHDL 30 DHDL 31 OOL 0 OOL 1 OOL 2 OOL 3 OOL 4 OOL 5 OOL 6 OOL 7 OOL 8 OOL 9 OOL 10 OOL 11 OOL 12 OOL 13 OOL 14 OOL 15 OOL 16 OOL 17 OOL 18 OOL 19 OOL 20 OOL 21 OOL 22 OOL 23 OOL 24 OOL 25 OOL 26 OOL 27 OOL 28 OOL 29 OOL 30

description
Down Hall Direction Lantern 15 Down Hall Direction Lantern 16 Down Hall Direction Lantern 17 Down Hall Direction Lantern 18 Down Hall Direction Lantern 19 Down Hall Direction Lantern 20 Down Hall Direction Lantern 21 Down Hall Direction Lantern 22 Down Hall Direction Lantern 23 Down Hall Direction Lantern 24 Down Hall Direction Lantern 25 Down Hall Direction Lantern 26 Down Hall Direction Lantern 27 Down Hall Direction Lantern 28 Down Hall Direction Lantern 29 Down Hall Direction Lantern 30 Down Hall Direction Lantern 31 Out Of Order Light 0 Out Of Order Light 1 Out Of Order Light 2 Out Of Order Light 3 Out Of Order Light 4 Out Of Order Light 5 Out Of Order Light 6 Out Of Order Light 7 Out Of Order Light 8 Out Of Order Light 9 Out Of Order Light 10 Out Of Order Light 11 Out Of Order Light 12 Out Of Order Light 13 Out Of Order Light 14 Out Of Order Light 15 Out Of Order Light 16 Out Of Order Light 17 Out Of Order Light 18 Out Of Order Light 19 Out Of Order Light 20 Out Of Order Light 21 Out Of Order Light 22 Out Of Order Light 23 Out Of Order Light 24 Out Of Order Light 25 Out Of Order Light 26 Out Of Order Light 27 Out Of Order Light 28 Out Of Order Light 29 Out Of Order Light 30

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OOL 31 DOC 0 DOC 1 DOC 2 DOC 3 DOC 4 DOC 5 DOC 6 DOC 7 DOC 8 DOC 9 DOC 10 DOC 11 DOC 12 DOC 13 DOC 14 DOC 15 DOC 16 DOC 17 DOC 18 DOC 19 DOC 20 DOC 21 DOC 22 DOC 23 DOC 24 DOC 25 DOC 26 DOC 27 DOC 28 DOC 29 DOC 30 DOC 31 BCP1 BCP2 BCP4 BCP8 BCP16 CPMT DCMT DOMT EMMT OLMT DDMT UDMT DNMT 1EFS 2EFS

description
Out Of Order Light 31 Door Open Contact 0 Door Open Contact 1 Door Open Contact 2 Door Open Contact 3 Door Open Contact 4 Door Open Contact 5 Door Open Contact 6 Door Open Contact 7 Door Open Contact 8 Door Open Contact 9 Door Open Contact 10 Door Open Contact 11 Door Open Contact 12 Door Open Contact 13 Door Open Contact 14 Door Open Contact 15 Door Open Contact 16 Door Open Contact 17 Door Open Contact 18 Door Open Contact 19 Door Open Contact 20 Door Open Contact 21 Door Open Contact 22 Door Open Contact 23 Door Open Contact 24 Door Open Contact 25 Door Open Contact 26 Door Open Contact 27 Door Open Contact 28 Door Open Contact 29 Door Open Contact 30 Door Open Contact 31 Binary Coded Position Binary Coded Position Binary Coded Position Binary Coded Position Binary Coded Position Car Position Message Trigger Door Close Message Trigger Door Open Message Trigger Emergency Message Trigger Overload Message Trigger Down Direction Message Trigger Up Direction Message Trigger Door Nudging Message Trigger 1st Emergency Fire Service Car 2nd Emergency Fire Service Car

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0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 out in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in out out out out out out out out out out out out out in in hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall hall car car

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EFOL CRFL EFLM EFLTC CSABUZ AT20NDG AT20RNDG LRTS (OKR) LRCR RLRCR LBG RLBG ESBUZ DDSRC DEMERC GSSI GSSO DDSR2 DMOOS DMOLD GPIN1 GPOUT1 GPIN2 GPOUT2 GPIN3 GPOUT3 GPIN4 GPOUT4 GPIN5 GPOUT5 1LV 2LV TARGET LBGCHK ST1 ST2 ST3 ST1_R ST2_R ST3_R DDM RDDM EFSL CLR CLS DFO / DOP -

description
Emergency Fire Operation Light Car Returning to Floor Light Emergency Fire Light Machine Room Emergency Fire Light Top of Car Buzzer for Car Secure Access Nudging for AT20 Rear Nudging for AT20 Light Ray Test Start Light Ray Check Relay Rear Light Ray Check Relay Light Beam Gate Rear Light Beam Gate Emergency Stop Buzzer Disable DS relay contact (Korean Fire Service) Disable Emergency relay contact (Korea) Group Successive Starting In Group Successive Starting Out Disable DS relay 2 (Korea) Dot Matrix OOS (PI=5,6) Dot Matrix OLD (PI=5,6) General Purpose input 1 General Purpose output 1 General Purpose input 2 General Purpose output 2 General Purpose input 3 General Purpose output 3 General Purpose input 4 General Purpose output 4 General Purpose input 5 General Purpose output 5 1LV for CSP-5 2LV for CSP-5 enable DZ for CSP-5 Light Beam Gate Check for CSP-5 ST1 for front DCSS-5 ST2 for front DCSS-5 ST3 for front+rear DCSS-5 ST1 for rear DCSS-5 ST2 for rear DCSS-5 ST3 for rear DCSS-5 Deenergize Door Motor Deenergize Rear Door Motor Emergency Fire Service Light REM-G: Car Light Relay REM-G: Car Light Signal REM-G, REM-5: Door Fully Opened Reserved for SPB Reserved for SPB

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RFS EQC1 EQC2 EQR1 LDOS MAS HCRC RDFO / RDOP LW30 LW50 AROL AF TUM1 TUM2 TDM TUPS TDPS -

description
Reserved for SPB Reserved for SPB Request For Service Earth Quake Contact 1 (80 Gal) Earth Quake Contact 2 (120 Gal) Earth Quake Reset 1 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Lobby Door Open Switch Maintenance Access Switch Hall Call Card Reader Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 REM-5 LD: Rear Door Fully Opened Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Reserved for LCB2 Load Weighing 30% Load Weighing 50% Automatic Rescue Operation Light Alarm Filter for RAD device Triggering Up Modul 1 Contact Triggering Up Modul 2 Contact Triggering Down Modul Contact Triggering Up Modul Power Supply State Triggering Down Modul Power Supply State -

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AAE AAE AAE

AAE AAC AAD AAD AAD AAD AAD

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SOSU SOSD EFOAL

description
Reserved for LCB2 Safety Operated Switch Up Safety Operated Switch Down Reserved for GECB Reserved for GECB Reserved for GECB Reserved for GECB Reserved for GECB Reserved for GECB Reserved for GECB Emergency Fire Operation Active Light

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AAD AAD 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 in in car car

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