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KONE TMS600

Compiled by: Approved by: ASG-10.20.8


HAD/ Tapio Kiivanen KCO/Mikko Korte KCO/ Mikko Korte Issue: A-18.1.1999

TMS 600 Control System


Safety:
Always keep the control panel door closed and locked
when not working on the panel. When working with
drives or controllers, make sure the power is turned off.
Open the main power switch and make sure all 3 legs are
open. Use extreme caution when working around live
electrical equipment. Lock-out and tag the main power
switch.

NOTE! Even if the main electrical supply is OFF there


maybe parts which are still electrically live, such as,
lighting, risers, outlets and group system circuits.

TMS 600 systems are are always installed in red


control cabin

Maintenance Guidelines
Checks Actions
Control Panel
1. Control Panel should be clean. Components Clean if dirty by using vacuum cleaner, dry air blower, small brush
should not sign black dust, poor soldering joints, or rags. Replace worn or damaged component.
burn or flash marks. Note: When blowing out controller be careful not to dislodge
components and ensure you wear eye protection.
2. Ventilation systems should be functioning. Clean the ventilation holes, replace wear or damaged component.
3. There should not be any abnormal noise coming Investigate any reason for noise etc. Noisy contactors should be
from contactors (refer to drive guideline), etc. replaced.
4. All fuses and circuit breakers should be of correct If there is any doubt that a fuse has been replaced by one with
type and rating and are in good condition..) incorrect type or rating, it must be replaced with the correct fuse.
Wires and connections
1. Wires and connections should be correctly fixed Tighten loose connections, replace wear or damaged wires. Ensure
and tight, without wearing or insulation breaks. connections for motor, load weighing and brake are secure at both
ends

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Structure of TMS 600

I/O BUS (Flat cable between connectors)

Low voltage Low voltage


inpu t signals output signals
(to EXP3) (from EXP3)
High voltage
output signals
(from relay,
potential free
contact)
High voltage
input signals
(to ADPTI2)

High voltage
output signals
(from ADPTO3)

THE PULSE BOARD IS USED ONLY


IN V3F80 OR SCD DRIVE SYSTEMS

370 RECTIFIER MODULE DC voltage power supply


721 TMS600/CPU Microcomputer board
722:1...n MCC85/EXP3 I/O-expansion board
723 MCC85/REG2 Power supply board
724 MCC85/ADPTI2 High voltage input adapter board
725 MCC85/ADPTO3 or relays High voltage output adapter board
726 MCC85/PULSE Pulse counting board
739 TMS600/DISP Display board

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CPU board basic layout

The block of Delivery


Parameters which have
switches

The block of Field


Parameters which have
switches

Serial Line Connector for


DISP-Board, PC or printer NVRAM Memory circuit
use
Communication EPROM-
Memory circuit
CM-NET Connector for
Group communication

EXT-NET Connector for


EMC communication Elevator EPROM-Memory
circuit

Power Supply Connector


I/O Bus Connector to other
boards

NOTES!
The Jumper and Switch settings are already made in factory. Site specific settings are determined in delivery binder.

WARNING!
The NVRAM of TMS600/CPU Board is elevator specific. Never change NVRAM’s between elevators.

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The LED´s Supervisions on Essential TMS 600 PC-Board´s


TMS600/CPU MCC85/EXP3

RX and TX (green) RESTART (red)


Both LED’s might be blinking when LED is illuminated when
data is transferred. restart is needed.
CM-NET (green) SHORT CIRCUIT (red)
LED is illuminated when there is LED is illuminated when any of the
communication. 32 outputs have short circuited.
EXT-NET (green) LAST OUTPUT (red)
LED is illuminated when there is This LED is not in use.
communication.
CHANGE BOARD (red)
LED is turned on automatically in
power up. LED turns off if the both
CPU’s are OK.
POWER FAIL (red)
LED is illuminated when the 18 VAC
is too low.
LIFT SW RUNNING (green)
LED is blinking when the elevator
control software is OK.
COMM SW RUNNING (green)
LED is blinking when the communi-
cation software is OK.

HIGH VOLTAGE INPUT HIGH VOLTAGE OUTPUT


LED’s 13 pcs (red) LED’s 9 pcs (red)
LED is illuminated when LED is illuminated when the
the optoisolator in triac in question is active.
question is active. The use of these LED‘s is
The use of these LED’s stated in the elevator
is stated in the elevator delivery binder (circuit dia-
delivery binder (circuit grams).
diagram). Door CLOSE (red)
Door OPEN (red)
Osc 61:U (red)
Osc 61:N (red)
Osc 30 (red)
Osc B30 (red)

+5 V EXISTS (red)

+15 V EXISTS (red)

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MCC85/PULSE

LD11
XP4

LD12 LD13

XP3

SETUP ON (red) LD11, DECELERATION (red)


LED is illuminated during setup drive. LED is not illuminated when the
deceleration phase is started.
SYNC NEED (red)
LED is illuminated when the elevator needs LD12, DIRECTION (red)
synchronization. Illuminated for downward. Not illuminated
for upward
SETUP NEED (red)
LED is illuminated when the setup drive is LD13, PICKUP (red)
required. LED flashes when a pick-up signal is
received from the speed reference board.
PULSE COUNT (red)
LED is illuminated if no pulses are received
from speed reference board. LED is blinking
if the car is moving in the wrong direction.
PICK UP (red)
LED is illuminated if the flat cable
connection (XP3) is bad.
OSCILATOR (red)
LED is illuminated if the oscillator switches
or cabling is broken so that input signal(s)
remains on.
I/O BUS (red)
LED is illuminated if I/O BUS connection is
bad.
RESTART (red)
LED is illuminated if the EPROM (IC14) on
pulse-board is removed or damaged.

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TMS600 / Disp Board function

XP1

001 002
ISO ISO

X1 X2
XP3

1
2
3

SW5

SW4

SW9

SW3

SW8

SW2

SW7
T S T SS
C AS C A
A P
A P

X3 X4

SW1

XP2

LEDS
- Red LED’s indicate a fault in the elevator.
- Yellow LED’s indicate operational signals.
- Green LED’s indicate normal signals.

BUTTONS
Restarting
- The TMS600/DISP board can be restarted with LED CHECK -button.
(Note! The restarting doesn’t reset stored error codes or counters).

Car and landing calls


- Floors can be scrolled through by using the Floor up or Floor down buttons.
- A call can then be registered by pressing a call type button. Car-, up- or down call.

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PROCESSOR BOARD FAULT CODES ON 7-SEGMENT DISPLAY

E5 CM fault

E6 NVRAM fault (NVRAM size is wrong)

E7 Parameter reboot done

E8 Lift number already used

E9 Net not working

FUNCTION DISPLAY

Two seven segment displays on TMS600/DISP board are used as a tool for information.
Depending on the functional mode it is possible to get information about:

FO Normal mode

F1 Current error codes

F2 Stored error codes

F3 Drive reference counter

F4 Door reference counter

F6 Software version number

FA Shaft scale

FB Reset stored errors

FC Parameters reboot notified

RUN TIME ERROR CODES ON 7-SEGMENT DISPLAY

STOP THE 01 Drive time supervision elapsed


ELEVATOR 03 Overspeed
IMMEDIAT- 04 Synchronization failed three times
ELY, 06 Terminal slow down monitoring, memory
POWER OFF 07 Door zone oscillator (30) stuck
REQUIRED 08 Insufficient or faulty NVRAM memory
09 Direction contactor stuck closed

12 Anticreep is not in, on two consecutive drives


CONTINUE 13 Anticreep not out, on two consecutive drives
THIS DRIVE, 14 Door zone supervision circuit not released on two consecutive drives
POWER 15 Door zone supervision circuit not energized on two consecutive drives
OFF 16 Zero current not off (Transistor bridge not opened) during drive
REQUIRED 17 Zero current not on (Transistor bridge not closed) after stop
18 Pulse tables are not valid, new setup drive required
19 Cylinder limit drive supervision for hydraulic drives
Note! Error codes 95-96 belong to same group

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21 Safety circuit broken (needs to be reset by a new car call or switch on
inspection/normal drive).
22 Shaft door contact opened during drive
STOP THE 23 Car door contact opened during drive
ELEVATOR 25 Start permit fault
IMMEDIAT- 26 Fault from drive system (Note! Drive system may need power off to
ELY, resetting)
NEXT DRIVE 28 Safety ray broken (swing door)
WHEN FAULT 30 Safety ray device broken (swing door)
DISS-APPEARS 31 Terminal slow down monitoring, no memory
32 Brake not released after stop
33 Brake released during drive
34 Inverter is not ready
35 Pulse board is not OK
36 Main contactor released during drive
37 Brake not energized at star

42 Car light supervision


43 Thermistor hot
NOT ABLE 44 Door closing fault
TO START, 47 Swing door and concealed door contacts do not match
NEXT 48 Reopen device active longer than 1minutes
DRIVE WHEN 50 Anticreep not in, first time
FAULT 51 Start failed
DISSAPPEARS 52 Top and bottom synchronization switches active simultaneously
58 Non drive time out
59 Anticreep not out, first time
60 V3F20 pick-up missing

76 Door zone supervision circuit not released, first time


FAULT 77 Door opening fault, open limit failed
REGISTERED, 78 Stuck car call button
THE 79 Stuck landing call button
ELEVATOR 80 Full load continuously active
IS ABLE TO 81 Revelling failed after three times
DRIVE 82 Door zone supervision circuit not energized, first time
83 Position lost

CONTINUE 95 Door close limit is not working


THIS DRIVE, 96 Car door contact does not open
POWER OFF
REQUIRED
Note! Error codes 12-19 belong to same group

References:
AME-10.37.001 TMS600 control system with V3F-80 drive; Installation instruction
AME-10.37.002 TMS600 control system with V3F-80 drive; Commencing instructions
AME-10.37.003 Drive time supervision testing; TMS600 control system with V3F-80 or SCD drive
AME-10.37.004 Limit switch testing; TMS600 control system with V3F-80 or SCD drive
AME-10.37.005 Safety circuit isolation measuring; TMS600 control system
AME-10.37.006 Installation of TMS600 control system with TAC5 drive
AME-10.37.007 TMS600 printer and terminal using instruction
AME-10.37.008 TMS600 control system with V3F-20 drive; Install. & commissioning instruc.

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AME-10.37.009 V3F-10 inverter with TMS600 control system; Installation and commencing
AME-10.37.010 Limit switch testing; TMS600 control system with TAC5, V3F-10, QTR, ECD or TAC-M drives
AME-10.37.011 & 012 TMS600 Control system with SCD drive; commencing instruction
AME-10.37.013 Limit switch testing; TMS600 control system with 2-speed drive
AME-10.37.014 Drive time supervision testing; TMS600 control system with TAC5, ECD, TAC-M or 2-SPEED drives
AME-10.37.015 TMS600/CPU board led purposes, fault finding and replacement
AME-10.37.017 TMS600/DISP display board
AME-10.37.018 MCC85/PULSE-board (436669G01); Use and troubleshooting
AME-10.37.019 TMS600 control system with quattronic drive; installation inst.

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