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ACT ELECTRICAL LIFT CONTROL SYSTEM

ACT HARDWARE FEATURES


ACT is only designed for electrical lifts.
In conformity with EN81-1 standard.
Simplex, duplex, triplex and upto 8 lifts group via CAN-Bus
Parallel, cabin serial, cabin+landings serial communication
Internal 3-phase and termistor monitoring circuits
Machine room temperature monitoring by internal temperature sensor
5 programmable inputs onboard + 4 programmable inputs by adding
INP board
3 programmable outputs onboard + 4 programmable inputs by adding
OUT board
Real Time Clock, position encoder, USB,RS232,Ethernet,GSM
Modem connection options by adding extra boards
ACT SOFTWARE FEATURES
In conformity with EN81-1 standard.
Up to 32 stops
Simplex, duplex, triplex and upto 8-lift group via CAN-Bus
Simple Push-Button, Simple Collective, One-way (up or down)
collective, full collective traffic systems
In conformity with EN81-72 firefighter lifts standard
Rescue functions are integrated into lift control software
Detailed(code,date,time,position,state) error log for last 250 errors
Computer access via the internet, local area network and USB
Integrated Priority call system software
Integrated Lift Access Security system software. In full-serial systems
centraly controlled time and/or floor dependent access restrictions
using security devices(i-Button, RFID) via CanBus communication.
ACT OPTIONAL FUNCTION BOARDS

Function boards are plugged into slots on ACT mainboard.


FUNCTION BOARD: I/O

There are 8 standard I/Os on ACT mainboard for calls.


There are 8 I/Os on I/O board.
Total 16 I/O call terminals can be used by plugging I/O board.
I/O board is plugged onto I/O slots on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: INP

There are 5 programmable inputs on ACT mainboard.


Plugging INP board adds 4 more programmable inputs.
INP board is plugged onto INP slots on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: OUT

There are 2 programmable relay outputs on ACT mainboard.


Plugging OUT board adds 4 more programmable relay outputs.
OUT board is plugged onto OUT slots on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: CSI

CSI is CAN-Bus interface board.


In ACT, shaft and group communications are performed on CAN-Bus.
CAN0 slot is used for shaft communication between ACT mainboard and
cabin,landing units.
CAN1 slot is used for group communication between different AC series
controllers.
FUNCTION BOARD: ENI

ACT controller can detect car position precisely in mm by means of shaft


encoder.
ENI is interface board for incremetal encoders.
ENI board is plugged onto ENI slots on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: RTC

ACT Board gets Real Time Clock and Date information from RTC board.
By adding RTC board, error logs are stored in memory with date and time
details.
By adding RTC board, maintenance time function can be used.
RTC board is plugged onto RTC slots in both directions on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: USB

USB Board is used to establish communication between ACT Controller and


computer via USB connection.
Required LIFTNET software can be downloaded from Aybey website:
http://www.aybey.com/eng/programlar.htm
USB board is plugged onto SP1 slots on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: ETH

ETH Board is used to establish communication between ACT Controller and


computer via Ethernet connection.
By means of ETH board, it is possible to connect to ACT controller directly
or through local network or through the internet.
Required LIFTNET software can be downloaded from Aybey website:
http://www.aybey.com/eng/programlar.htm
ETH board is plugged onto SP1 slots on ACT board.
FUNCTION BOARD: RS232

ACT controller has the feature to send SMS through GSM in case of error.
RS232 is the interface board between ACT controller and GSM modem.
ETH board can be plugged onto any of SP1,SP2,SP3,SP4 dual slots on ACS
board.
SHAFT COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

ACT has 3 different options for communicating with cabin and landings.
Parallel Communication
All call buttons on cabin and landings are directly connected to ACT
mainboard or onboard I/O board.
Cabin Serial Communication
Call buttons on landings are directly connected to ACT mainboard or
onboard I/O board. Cabin calls and most of the I/Os on cabin board are
serially transmitted to ACH via CAN-Bus on 2 wires.
Full Serial Communication
All landing and cabin calls and most of the I/Os on cabin board are serially
transmitted to ACT via CAN-Bus on 2 wires.
CABIN SERIAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

In order to use Cabin Serial Communication system, plug a CSI board to


CSI slot on ACT, set B47=0 and A09=1.
CSI board terminals(CH,CL) are connected to cabin controller board CAN
Data terminals(CH,CL) through flexible cable.
All call buttons and most of the I/Os in cabin are connected to and
controlled by cabin controller board.
SCC4 CABIN CONTROLLER BOARD

SCC4 is used up to 16 stops.


There are 8 programmable inputs onboard.
There are cabin lamp, open door, close door and a programmable output
relays onboard.
CABIN FUNCTION BOARDS: SDC & SDD

SDC and SDD are used to get 7-segment display output from cabin
controller board.
SDC board is plugged onto dual slots on cabin controller board.
SDC is an external board and connected to DISP socket on cabin board by
flat data cable.
CABIN FUNCTION BOARD: EOR

EOR is an programmable output relay board..


There are 8 programmable relays divided into 2 group. Each 4-relay group
has its own common terminal.
EOR is an external board and connected to DISP socket on cabin board by
flat data cable.
FULL SERIAL COMMUNICATION
By setting A09=2, cabin serial communication ACT system becomes full
serial communication system.
CAN-Bus based landing and cabin units are driven by CSI interface board
plugged onto CAN0 slots of ACT board. Cabin and landing units are
connected to the same CAN bus.
All cabin and landing units must be compatible with AYBEY
ELEKTRONK CAN-Bus protocol.
Shaft communication CAN-Bus lines of the group lifts are connected
seperately. Only buttons on the same stop are connected parallel.
Each landing unit is addressed by a dip-switch on itself.
i-Button and RFID readers can be connected to CAN units. The units read
device ID and send to ACT controller via CAN-Bus. ACT controller
compares the ID with the records and decides its authorization.
Priority call system can only be used with full serial communication system.
ACT CAR POSITION DETECTION SYSTEMS

In ACT Controller, there are 5 different options to detect car position


selected by setting parameter A05:
0-MONOSTABLE COUNTER: Normally Open monostable switches are
used.
1- COUNTER 1 SHALTER : One bi-stable shalter is used for both
direction.
2- COUNTER 2 SHALTERS : Two different bi-stable shalters are used for
both directions.
3-INCREMENTAL ENCODER: Incremental Rotary Encoder is used. An
ENI Board is plugged onto ACT board.
5-GRAY CODE: Multiple bi-stable switches are used according to Gray
code system. This system does not require resetting at startup. Therefore it is
very suitable for firefighter lifts.
ACT GROUP CONNECTIONS

In order to activate group operation, plug a CSI board to CAN1 slots, set
A12=1 and set A13=Grup no (0..7)
Up to 8 lifts can operate in a group.
ACH,ACT and ACS can operate in the same group.
In group applications, all lifts in the group don't have to have the same
number of stops. Different number of stops in the group is supported.
Missing floor or extra floor can be located at bottom or top.
ACT GROUP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Group number of lift is set by parameter A13 in the range of 0 to 7. Group


number defines the status (master or slave) of the lift in the group.
The lift with the smallest group number organizes landing calls. Other lifts
can not read or answer landing calls.
If the master lift (with the smallest group number) is shutted down or out of
service or waits to long with open-doors then it looses its mastership and
extracted from group. In the remaining lifts, the lift with the smallest group
number automatically becames master.
If a group member lift can not find any other lift to communicate with, then
it starts to run in SIMPLEX mode. By the way it continues to check group
bus to find another group member. As soon as it communicates with another
lift, it automatically turns back to GROUP operation mode.
ERROR REPORTING SYSTEM

When an error occurs, it is reported on the LCD screen with details.


Error report contains error code, lift state, car position and direction details.
If ACT mainboard has RTC board , the report also contains date and time
details. (As in left screen)
Last 250 error reports are stored in the memory.
These reports are stored with details and can be recalled later.
ERROR LISTING

Stored error report list can be dowloaded to computer and analyzed.


RESCUE SYSTEM

In case of energy interruption, ACT Controller brings the car to next down
landing level using charged dry battery supply.
If door has no spare power supply, ACT uses UPS to open doors.
All rescue processes are managed and controlled by ACT controller.
NUMBER OF STARTS

ACT Controller has a start counter that is increased by 1 at every movement


of the lift.
In order to limit the number of movement of the lift, MAXIMUM
NUMBER of START can be defined.
When the number of start exceeds the maximum number, controller blocks
itself, reports and no more call request is answered.
MAINTENANCE TIME

ACT Controller has a maintenance time check system when it has RTC
board.
User sets a future date for maintenance .
When the maintenance date is exceeded, controller blocks itself and no more
call request is answered.