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TAKEDO - 3VF
NXP
For asynchronous motors
or
Permanent Magnets Synchronous
Motors

USER MANUAL

P09.1 137 01-12-2017 R. Bocconi


REV. SOFTWARE DATE R.T. Check and Approval
A QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY OPEN LOOP
ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS (without encoder) Page 3
B QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY CLOSED LOOP
ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS (with encoder) Page 4
C QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
Page 5
LIST OF CONTENTS
DIRECT ARRIVAL AT FLOOR – ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 32 Par. 9.1
DIRECT ARRIVAL AT FLOOR – SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 42 Par. 13.2
IDENTIFICATION (OPEN LOOP) Page 21 Par. 6.4
SAFETY WARNINGS Page 9 Par. 2.1
PRECAUTIONS Page 10 Par. 2.2
POWER CONNECTION Page 10 Par. 3
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) Page 12 Par. 3.2
CABLE BENDING MEASUREMENT Page 21 Par. 6.6.2
STARTUP TORQUE Page 22 Par. 6.6.3
ONE FLOOR TRAVEL – ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 25 Par. 6.8
ONE FLOOR TRAVEL – SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 42 Par. 13.1
VACON EC CONFORMITY DECLARATION Page 50
EMERGENCY Page 26 Par. 6.10
ENCODER FOR ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 29 Par. 8
ENCODER FOR SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 37 Par. 11
ACTIVE FAULTS AND ALARMS Page 16 Par. 5.4
POWER LIMIT Page 21 Par. 6.6.1
MAINTENANCE Page 27 Par. 7
FAULT HISTORY Page 19 Par. 5.5
SYSTEM MENU Page 19 Par. 5.6
PUTTING ON DUTY SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 39 Par. 12
MONITOR Page 16 Par. 5.1
CLOSED LOOP ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 28
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 35
PARAMETERS Page 45 Par. 14
SPECIAL PARAMETERS – CLOSED LOOP ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 34 Par. 9.2
SPECIAL PARAMETERS – SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS Page 44 Par. 13.3
LOAD CELL Page 22 Par. 6.6.3
OPEN LOOP ADJUSTMENTS Page 24 Par. 6.7
CLOSED LOOP ADJUSTMENTS Page 31 Par. 9
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS SETTINGS Page 41 Par. 13
PRELIMINARY ADJUSTMENTS Page 20 Par. 6.1 - 6.3
BRAKING RESISTOR Page 10 Par. 3.1
MOTOR NOISE Page 25 Par. 6.9
SAFETY GEAR UNLOCKING Page 23 Par. 6.6.4
EXPANSION BOARDS Page 19 Par. 5.7
APPLICATION DIAGR. FOR ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITHOUT ENABLE Page 13 Par. 4.1
APPLICATION DIAGR. FOR ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITH ENABLE Page 14 Par. 4.2
APPLICATION DIAGR. FOR SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR Page 36 Par. 10
INVERTER SELECTION GUIDE Page 11
KEYPAD AND MENU Page 15 Par. 5
FAN CONTROL Page 21 Par. 6.5

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A

QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY


OPEN LOOP ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
(without encoder)

1) Make all connections as indicated in the manual.

2) Check the following parameters:

Parameter Description Unit SMS setting Value to be set Value


Select according to
S6.1 Language Italian
country of use
S6.2 Application AsynchMotor AsynchMotor

3) Enter data in the following parameters:

Parameter Description Unit SMS setting Value to be set Value


P2.1.2 Motor Nominal Voltage V 400 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.3 Motor Nominal Frequency Hz 50 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.4 Motor Nominal Speed RPM 1440 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.5 Motor Nominal Current A I Inverter Motor rating plate data
P2.1.6 Motor Cos Phi 0.82 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.7.1 Lift Rated Speed m/sec 0.70 LIFT data
P2.1.7.2 Pulley Diameter mm 520 LIFT data
P2.1.7.3 Gear Ratio 1.58 LIFT data
P2.1.7.4 Ropes Ratio 1:1 LIFT data
P2.1.7.5 Update Data No Yes

4) Run IDENTIFICATION Routine:


- Set parameter P2.1.8 to “ID No Run” and make a call command: the contactors energizes, the brake
doesn’t open, and “RUN” lights up.
- When the “RUN” light goes off, “STOP” appears and parameter P2.1.8 automatically turns to “No
Action”, deactivate the call (e.g. by opening the operation valve).

5) If it does not work perfectly, see the full MANUAL.

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B

QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY


CLOSED LOOP ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
(with encoder)

1) Make all connections as indicated in the manual.

2) Check the following parameters:

Parameter Description Unit SMS setting Value to be set Value


Select according to
S6.1 Language Italian
country of use
S6.2 Application AsynchMotor AsynchMotor

3) Enter data in the following parameters:

Parameter Description Unit SMS setting Value to be set Value


P2.1.2 Motor Nominal Voltage V 400 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.3 Motor Nominal Frequency Hz 50 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.4 Motor Nominal Speed RPM 1440 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.5 Motor Nominal Current A I Inverter Motor rating plate data
P2.1.6 Motor Cos Phi m/sec 0.82 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.7.1 Lift Rated Speed m/sec 0.70 LIFT data
P2.1.7.2 Pulley Diameter mm 520 LIFT data
P2.1.7.3 Gear Ratio 1.58 LIFT data
P2.1.7.4 Ropes Ratio 1:1 LIFT data
P2.1.7.5 Update Data No Yes
P2.1.12 Encoder Type Incremental Incremental
Not inverted
if motor is going up
P2.1.13 Encoder Direction Not inverted
Inverted
if motor is going up
P2.5.1 Motor Control Mode Open loop Closed Loop
If unknown:
- for 1/2 speed motors for
lifts, enter
P2.5.4.1 Magnetizing Current A 0.5 * I Inverter 1/3 of value in P2.1.5
- for motors with inverters,
enter
2/3 of value in P2.1.5
Number of pulses /
Pulse/revolution
P7.3.1.1 1024 revolution of installed
(Number of encoder pulses)
encoder

4) If it does not work perfectly, see the full MANUAL.

5) For other accessory functions such as POWER LIMIT, ONE FLOOR TRAVEL ONLY, DIRECT FLOOR
ARRIVAL etc. see the full manual.

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C

QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY


PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS

FREE MOTOR, NO CABLES

1 – BRAKE AND BRAKE CONTROL MICRO-SWITCH CONNECTION


(see TAKEDO-3VF NXP Manual and the Amendment 3)

R = 1,2kΩ 1/4W

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2 – MOTOR AND ENCODER CONNECTION
(MAKE EARTH CONNECTIONS AS SHOWN IN THE PHOTOS)

12.9
12.9

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3) Check the following parameters:

Parameter Description Unit SMS setting Value to be set Value


Select according to
S6.1.2 Language Italian
country of
S6.2.2 Application AsynchMotor PermMagnSync

4) Enter data in the following parameters:

Parameter Description Unit SMS setting Value to be set Value


P2.1.2 Motor Nominal Voltage V 400 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.3 Motor Nominal Frequency Hz 8.00 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.4 Motor Nominal Speed RPM 60 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.5 Motor Nominal Current A I Inverter Motor rating plate data
P2.1.6 Motor Cos Phi 0.90 Motor rating plate data
P2.1.7.1 Lift Rated Speed m/sec 1.00 LIFT data
P2.1.7.2 Pulley Diameter mm 320 LIFT data
P2.1.7.3 Gear Ratio 1.01 LIFT data
P2.1.7.4 Ropes Ratio 1:1 LIFT data
P2.1.7.5 Update Data No Yes
Encoder Type:
P2.1.12 Encoder Type Incremental
Incremental or EnDat
Not inverted
if motor is going up
P2.1.13 Encoder Direction Not inverted
Inverted
if motor is going up
Make sure the number of
poles calculated
P2.1.14 Calculated Poles 0
matches
the number for the motor
If motor rating is
P2.1.16 Motor Rs 0
unknown, leave at 0
If motor rating is
P2.1.17 Motor Xs 0
unknown, leave at 0
Number of pulses /
Pulse/revolution
P7.3.1.1 2048 revolution of installed
(Number of encoder pulses)
encoder

5) If the encoder is an EnDat type, follow the procedure illustrated in paragraph 12.9 A) of the full MANUAL
step by step.

6) If the encoder is an incremental type, follow the procedure illustrated in paragraph 12.9 B) of the full
MANUAL step by step.

7) If it does not work perfectly, see the full MANUAL.

8) For other accessory functions such as POWER LIMIT, ONE FLOOR TRAVEL ONLY, DIRECT FLOOR
ARRIVAL etc. see the full manual.

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1 – INTRODUCTION
The TAKEDO–3VF NXP is an inverter drive with built-in EMC filter and smoothing choke, responding to
Council Directives 3/89/CEE (electromagnetic compatibility) 336/73/CEE (low voltage equipment).
To ensure compliance with EN12015 regarding low frequency harmonics, a further 3% inductance is
required.
The drive can operate both in open loop and closed loop modes. For operation in closed loop mode, an
optional circuit board is required, and an encoder as described in the following pages.
This manual provides you with the necessary information about the starting up and operation of the NXP
frequency converter. You can find further information about application and installation in a lift control panel
in the ANNEX NXP FOR PANEL WIRING SPECIALISTS , available in electronic edition on our website:
www.sms.bo.it.

2 – SAFETY WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS


Full details are available in the original VACON manual (NXP range inverters) which can be consulted
at www.it.vacon.com.
Read this manual in its entirety before powering up the equipment, following the procedures step by step. In
detail, please read the following chapters carefully:
5.4 – ACTIVE FAULTS AND ALARMS
6 – ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
2.1 SAFETY WARNINGS
Follow the procedures indicated below with due care, so as to avoid any risk of serious accident.
1- The leakage current from the inverter to ground is greater than 30mA, and accordingly, the power
circuit must incorporate a differential circuit breaker with Id not less than 300mA, type B or type A
(type B is preferable). Under European directives, the ground connection must use a cable of not less
than 10 mm² section.
2- If the parameters used to program the drive are incorrect, the motor may rotate faster than synchronous
speed. Do not run the motor beyond its specified electrical and mechanical limits. The installer is
responsible for ensuring that movements are generated in conditions of safety, without exceeding
specified operating limits.
3- Risk of electrocution. Power up the inverter only with the front cover fitted. NEVER remove the cover
during operation. Before carrying out any operation on the equipment, isolate from the electrical power
supply and wait a few minutes for the internal capacitors to discharge.
4- The external braking resistor heats up during operation. Do not install it close to or in contact with
inflammable materials. To improve heat dissipation it is good practice to fix the resistor to a metal plate.
Ensure it is properly protected and cannot be touched.
5- The inverter must always be connected to the mains supply. In case of interruption wait 1 minute at
least before restoring the supply. TOO NEAR INSERTIONS OF THE MAINS CAN CAUSE A
PERMANENT DAMAGE OF THE INVERTER
2.2 PRECAUTIONS
Follow the procedures indicated in the manual with care so as to avoid the risk of damaging or destroying the
drive.
1- Do not connect the equipment to a voltage higher than the permissible input voltage. An excessive
voltage can cause irreparable damage to internal components.
2- Check the fan regularly: check the air flow is constant and remove and built-up dust.
3- To avoid the risk of damaging the drive in case it stays not working without power supply for a
long time, you should follow these precautions:
- If the inverter doesn’t work since several months, before starting the operation, regenerate the
bus capacitors powering up the drive at least for 1 hour preventing it can operate.
- If the inverter doesn’t work since one year or more, to regenerate the bus capacitors power up
the drive, preventing it can operate, for 1 hour at an input voltage less than 50% the rated
voltage, then for 1 hour at the rated input voltage.
4- Do not connect capacitors to the inverter outputs.
5- If the drive protection functions trip, do not reset the fault before having analysed and removed the
cause of the fault.
6- The lift system should be counterweighted at 50%, if counterweighted at 40% the current in up direction
with full load is greater and requires a larger capacity inverter to that normally necessary, with
consequent greater cost.
7- Use a drive having rated current equal to or greater than the motor rated current .
8- The braking resistor have to be connected between B+ and R-.
If connected between B+ and B-, the inverter will be permanently damaged.
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3 – CONNECTING THE POWER CIRCUIT
Connect the three phases of the power supply to any three
L1;L2;L3 A.C. mains power input
terminals, in any order
Connect the batteries in the event of emergency operation
L1;L2 D.C. power input
(evacuation)
Connect the three output phases to the contactors, then to the
U;V;W Inverter output
motor.
B+;R- External braking resistor Connect the external braking resistor
Ground Connect to the ground system

CC
Braking
resistor
Ground
terminal

Mains cable Motor cable


Exa example of power circuit connection

3.1 SAFETY WARNINGS


1- Ground the unit before powering it.
2- To increase the protection of the internal diodes and connecting wires (especially against the
overvoltage due for example to atmospheric phenomena), you should connect three fast-acting fuses
(one for each phase) in series with the a.c. power input terminals; fuses must be rated to match the
different size designations as indicated in
TABLE – Recommended braking resistors and fuses.
The fuse kit, complete with box, is available on request.
3- To avoid irreparable damage to the inverter, do not connect braking resistors with resistance or
power ratings lower than those indicated in TABLE. For long run lifts or high reverse gain gears,
install the braking resistor with oversized power but with the same value in ohms (if needed, contact
SMS for advice!).
4- The inverter drive is connected <<up line>> of the power contactors. The drive is able to pilot operation
of the motor in two directions, accordingly, the system can incorporate only two power contactors to
switch the inverter – motor line, as prescribed in safety regulations.
5- The external braking resistor heats up during operation. Do not install it close to or in contact with
inflammable materials. Ensure it is properly protected and cannot be touched.
6- Wire and bond ground connections in accordance with professional standards (as indicated under
heading 3.2) to avoid problems with EMC interference.
7- Take particular care over the power connections. If the input and output connections are reversed, the
inverter will be inevitably damaged.
INVERTER 400 VOLT (380-500V) SERIES
MOTOR BRAKING RESISTOR
FUSES (A)
ACTING

DIMENSIONS
FAST

RATED
CODE LxHxW SUPPLIED BY SUPPLIED BY MINIMUM
CURRENT (mm) VALUE DIMENSIONS
SMS SMS
(A) (Ω
Ω) LxWxH (mm)
(Geared motor) (Gearless motor)

14 TKP00145 128x292x190 16 Ask SMS 50Ω 1500W 42Ω 445x110x140


20 TKP00205 144x391x214 35 Ask SMS 2x50Ω 1500W 42Ω 445x110x140(*)
27 TKP00275 144x391x214 35 Ask SMS 2x50Ω 1500W 21Ω 445x110x140(*)
35 TKP00355 195x519x237 50 Ask SMS 2x50Ω 1500W 21Ω 445x110x140(*)
46 TKP00465 195x519x237 63 Ask SMS 3x50Ω 1500W 14Ω 445x110x140(*)
61 TKP00615 237x591x257 80 4x50Ω 1500W 4x50Ω 1500W 6,5Ω 445x110x140(*)
72 TKP00725 237x591x257 100 5x50Ω 1500W 5x50Ω 1500W 6,5Ω 445x110x140(*)
87 TKP00875 237x591x257 125 8x50Ω 1500W 8x50Ω 1500W 6,5Ω 445x110x140(*)
105 TKP01055 291x758x344 160 10x50Ω 1500W 10x50Ω 1500W 3,3Ω 445x110x140(*)
140 TKP01405 291x758x344 200 12x50Ω 1500W 12x50Ω 1500W 3,3Ω 445x110x140(*)
(**) Full dimension is the one indicated multiplied by the number of resistors.
TABLE – Fuses and recommended braking resistors
For higher powers and voltages, or advice on application, contact SMS.

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IMPORTANT: For high travel (>30m) or gear with high inverse efficiency, install the braking resistor
recommended as value in ohm, but power corresponding to the next higher size,
or install the TAKEDO ENERGY, which allows for the regeneration of the energy
dissipated by the braking resistor, with subsequent energy saving.
IMPORTANT:
In case of motor operating frequency lower than 25Hz, the motor nominal current which can be applied
must be derated according to the following GIUDE TABLE.
INVERTER SELECTION GUIDE

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3.2 INVERTER/MOTOR CABLING RULES TO ASSURE EMC CONFORMITY
The correct INVERTER – MOTOR cabling must follow the rules below:
1- The building ground plant must be connected to both the inverter and motor.
2- The inverter/contactor and contactor/motor cable runs must be as short as possible, shielded with four
poles (three phases plus yellow/green ground wire), or four unshielded wires bound together running in a
duct or grounded metal tube. In other words, in the same cable or tube there must be a ground wire
running as close as possible to the power cables. In the case of a shielded cable the shield must be
unbroken between the inverter/contactor and contactor/motor.
The shield have to be grounded at both ends with a 360° clamp (Fig. 1), or with special terminals

SHEATH ASSEMBLY PANEL

SHIELD

OMEGA CONNECTOR

UNPAINTED AREA

If the shield cannot be grounded with a 360° clamp on the motor terminal block itself, the shield must be
grounded on the motor casing before the cable enters the terminal box.
3- Use a shielded cable also for the inverter input power line to avoid radiated EMC emissions in the system.
The mains input power cables and inverter output cables MUST NOT be run in the same duct and their
runs must be as far apart as possible (at least 50 cm. 50 cm.).
4- The power and control cables must be run as far apart as possible and not parallel to each other, even if
they are shielded; if the cable runs cross they must do so at an angle of 90°.
5- Independently of the connection to the building grounding plant, the motor casing MUST be connected
both to the cable shield and to the yellow/green ground wire inside the shielded cable.
6- The inverter emits electromagnetic radiation which can be captured and transmitted by cables, in
particular by the flexible cables in the shaft.
To avoid this problem, use shielded cables for the control panel logic / inverter connections, with the
shield grounded at both ends. DO NOT use shielded cables without grounding the shields: this leads to
higher levels of EMC disturbance than if unshielded cables are used. Any wire in a multi-pole cable
which is not in use must be grounded at both ends .
7- Any cable, whether control and external shaft or car connections, must never run parallel/near to the
power cable, even if shielded; if they must be parallel for any reason, they should be run through separate
metal ducts.
8- The pulse generator cable must be shielded and the shield grounded at the inverter end, as far as
possible from the motor cable. The motor/pulse generator coupling must be isolated to avoid parasitic
currents looping through the pulse generator. As for all other shields, the ground connection must be via a
360° clamp.
9- All ground connections should be as short as possible and wide .
(a) (b)

Copper braid (a) is better than wire (b).


10- To avoid unintentional tripping of the differential circuit breakers take the following steps:
make the power cable runs as short as possible.
Use circuit breakers designed for harmonics (type B or type A, with tripping current 300mA).
Reduce the inverter carrier frequency (if possible); the lower the frequency the noisier the motor will be
but the smaller the grounding currents and EMC phenomena; motor windings will be less stressed.

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CONTACTORSI SHIELDED
SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1 CABLE
U
R L1
M
3 – PHASE V 3-PH
LINE S L2
W
T L3

TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING
RESISTOR
HIGH SPEED R-
14
LOW SPEED TAKEDO
15 (OPTION)
B- ENERGY
4.1 – ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR

INSPECTION SPEED
WITHOUT ENABLE LOGIC

16
UP
8 (+) 18
DOWN
9 NXOPTA1 (-) 19
4 – BASIC APPLICATION DIAGRAMS

BOARD

+24Vdc OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT


I<250mA SHIELDED CABLE I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
6 12
TP TP1 CONTCTOR OFF COMMAND
20 or SPEED DETECTOR
DO1
Programmable through par. 2.7.1
(Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
7(GND)

23 SHIELDED CABLE
A+ YELOW 1 (OPTION) FAULT RELAY
BLUE ENCODER Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
A- 2 BOARD 22
GREEN

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B+ 3 NXOPTA4 RO1
ORANGE 4 (LIine driver)
B- NXOPTA2
or BOARD
- BLACK 25 SHIELDED CABLE
9 NXOPTA5 + OPERATION
(Push-pull)
RED 26
10
+ RO2
SHIELDED CABLE TB BRAKE CONTACTOR
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc

NOTE 1: ENCODER BOARD IS NOT PRESENT N.B.: THE FILTER AND REACTANCE ARE – OPERATION
INSTALLED INSIDE THE INVERTER.

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IN OPEN LOOP VERSION.
TO ENSURE OPTIMUM EMC COMPATIBILITY,
NOTE 2: CABLE COLOURS REFER TO INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES MUST BE
LIKA I58H ENCODER SHIELDED.
CONTACTORS

14
SHIELDED SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1 CABLE
U
R L1
M
3 – PHASE V 3-PH
LINE S L2
W
T L3

TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING
RESISTOR
HIGH SPEED R-
14
LOW SPEED TAKEDO
15 (OPTION)
B- ENERGY
INSPECTION SPEED
16
UP
8 (+) 18
DOWN
9 (-) 19
+24Vdc
6 I<250mA
BRAKE MICRO 2 NXOPTA1 OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
2 BOARD SHIELDED CABLE
BRAKE MICRO 1 I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
4 12
CONTCTOR OFF COMMAND
3 20 or SPEED DETECTOR
R DO1
5 Programmable through par. 2.7.1
R = 1K2Ω 1/4W (Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
7(GND)
SHIELDED CABLE
22
YELLOW
4.2 – ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITH ENABLE LOGIC AND

A+ 1 (OPTION) FAULT RELAY


BLUE ENCODER RO1 23 Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
A- 2 BOARD
GREEN

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B+ 3 NXOPTA4
25
ORANGE 4 (LIine driver) + OPERATION
B-
or RO2
- BLACK 26
9 NXOPTA5
BRAKE MICRO CONTROL IN COMPLIANCE WITH AMENDMENT 3

(Push-pull) TP TP1
RED NXOPTA3 28 TB BRAKE CONTACTOR
10 BOARD Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
+ 29
SHIELDED CABLE
– OPERATION

NOTE 1: ENCODER BOARD IS NOT PRESENT N.B.: THE FILTER AND REACTANCE ARE
IN OPEN LOOP VERSION. INSTALLED INSIDE THE INVERTER.
TO ENSURE OPTIMUM EMC COMPATIBILITY,
NOTE 2: CABLE COLOURS REFER TO INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES MUST BE
LIKA I58H ENCODER SHIELDED.
5 – KEYPAD AND PROGRAMMING
The control and programming keypad is included in the TAKEDO-3VF NXP. For the instructions for
use, please refer to the original Vacon manual, available on the website: www.vacon.com.
Sub-menus are accessible from the main menu using the key. The M on the first line of the text indicates
the main menu. It is followed by a number designating the relative sub-menu. The arrow (→ →) in the bottom
right corner of the display indicates an additional sub-menu that can be retrieved by pressing
the key. To go back to the main menu from the sub-menu, just press the key.
Data are split into menus and submenus on the keypad. Each main menu has seven levels M1 - M7.
Press the or keys to go to another menu.

M1=Monitor M5=Fault History


M2=Parameters M6=System Menu
M4=Active Faults M7=Expander Boards
Each menu contains submenus, which can also be on several levels. To access the submenus, press
the key, then use the +/- keys to show the various quantities; to quit the submenu, press the key.
KEY TO SYMBOLS CONTAINED IN MENUS AND SUBMENUS:
M= Menu (internal modes G,V,P,H,F) V= Read only
G= Group (internal modes V,P) H= Fault history
P= Modifiable parameter F= Active faults

5.0 COPYING PARAMETERS USING THE KEYPAD


The programming keypad can also be used to copy parameters to or from the inverter. This function is very
useful when you need to transfer the optimal parameter set found for a lift on another lift of the same
type, but YOU CAN ONLY USE IT TO COPY PARAMETERS BETWEEN INVERTERS EQUIPPED WITH
THE SAME APPLICATION SOFTWARE RELEASE (the Application software release is written on a label
under the keypad).

5.0.1 – COPYING FROM INVERTER TO KEYPAD


Press the left arrow until "M" appears in the top left followed by the menu number (eg. M2).
Press the up or down arrow keys to reach M6. Follow the instructions on the display:

M6 S6.3 S6.3.2 S6.3.2 S6.3.2 S6.3.2

System menu TransferParam To Panel To Panel To Panel To Panel

S1>S8 → P1>P4 → Select → AllParameters Wait ..... OK

S6.1 appears when you S6.3.1 appears when you Press the right arrow. Press enter to start Wait for copying to Copying complete. The
press the right press the right arrow. copying parameters. complete. control panel now
arrow.Press the up arrow Press the up arrow until contains the inverter data.
until you reach S6.3. you reach S6.3.2.

5.0.2 – COPYING FROM KEYPAD TO INVERTER


The same method as described above applies.
Selecting S6.3.3 instead of S6.3.2 results in "From the panel" instead of "To the Panel" being shown on the
display. Then continue as before.
Note: During the copy from keypad to inverter some data copy will appear as “Locked” . This happens
because there are fixed parameters that are not modifiable (reserved). If the Enter key is pressed at
any time, “Locked” appears (about 6-7 times), copy continues and “OK” will be displayed.
Attention: Copy from a keypad when its data comes from an inverter of the same size of the one you
are copying into.
Connecting the keypad to the inverter in which you want to copy the data , it will appear:

Copy To Panel? Copy From


Panel?
enter/reset enter/reset

Push RESET because Press ENTER to start


you want to copy the copying then wait.
control panel data to
the inverter.

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6.1 M1 = MONITOR
This menu displays values and data during inverter operation and it is split into 4 different sub-menus. The
caption V1→
→Vn appears under the name of the menu. This means ‘n’ quantities can be monitored.
Contents Description Content Description
s
G1.1 Drive – Motor
V1.1.1 Output frequency V1.1.8 DC-link Voltage
V1.1.2 FreqReference V1.1.9 Unit temperature
V1.1.3 Motor Speed V1.1.10 Advan Cont Memory
V1.1.4 Motor Torque V1.1.11 Motor Power (absorbed)
V1.1.5 Motor power V1.1.12 Overload Number
V1.1.6 Motor Current V1.1.13 Current Limit Number
V1.1.7 Motor Voltage
G1.2 Input – Output
Programmable outputs:
DIN1 DIN2 DIN3
V1.2.1 V1.2.4 DO1 R01 R02
Up Down Emergency
Contactors Fault Brake
NXOPTB5 board programmable outputs:
DIN4 DIN5 DIN6
V1.2.2 V1.2.5 RE1 RE2 RE3
High Low Inspection
Contactors Motor Block Speed Detector
V1.2.3 DIN7 DIN8
with
NXOPTA2
Run Enable Micro Brake V1.2.6 Analog output / Analog Iout
board (term. 2) (term. 4)
V1.2.3 DIN7 DIN8 DIN9
with
NXOPTA3
Brake Micro 2 Brake Micro 1 Run Enable
board (term. 2) (term. 4) (term. 28-29/A3)
G1.3 Ride Values
LowSpeedDistan (mm)
V1.3.1 Lift Speed m/s V1.3.5
(Low speed distance)
Encoder Freq (Hz) FinalStopDistan (mm)
V1.3.2 V1.3.6
(+ upward, - downward) (Stop distance)
V1.3.3 TotalStopDistan (mm) V1.3.7 Total Rope Rides
Slowing Distan (mm)
V1.3.4 V1.3.8 Partial Rope Rides
(Slowing-down distance)
G1.4 Braking A3
V1.4.1 Braking Space (mm)
V1.4.2 Mechanical Braking Space (mm)
V1.4.3 Steady Lift Space (mm)
Another very useful display is in menu M6 - S6.11.1 = POWER MULTI-MONITOR - pressing this key
displays motor current for each phase.

5.2 M2 = PARAMETERS
Full list of parameters with associated descriptions is in the paragraph “14 – PARAMETERS LIST”.

5.4 M4 = ACTIVE FAULTS AND WARNINGS


Listed below are the most common fault messages. Be careful not to reset the alarm or fault without first
having investigated the problems that caused the protection mechanism to cut in.
Always deselect the run command before resetting any fault.
Code Description Remedies / Indications
Overcurrent: current 4 times the nominal valueCheck the condition of cables and motor, also the
1
detected at the inverter output. size of the inverter drive.
Increase the deceleration time, check the value
2 Overvoltage: bus voltage is too high.
of the braking resistor.
Charge switch: The charge switch is open when Reset the fault and restart . If the fault happens
5
the drive is in running. again, contact SMS.
Cannot be reset from the keypad. Switch off power.
Saturation trip: several potential causes, DO NOT RE-CONNECT POWER! Contact
7 manufacturer. If this fault appears simultaneously with
including a faulty component.
Fault 1, check motor cables and motor.

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Code Description Remedies / Indications
System error: -component damaged
-malfunction Reset the fault and restart . If the fault happens
8
-Verify data register, again, contact SMS.
see 7.3.4.3.
Check that the voltage input to the inverter drive
9 Undervoltage: BUS voltage is too low. is correct and steady. If the fault occurs during
acceleration, increase the acceleration time.
3 Power stage faults : detection of fault in power
Check the power cables on the input/output sides
10 connections (input or output phase missing, earth
and/or the motor insulation .
11 fault, etc)
Braking fault: fault affecting braking resistor or Check the connection and/or the size of the
12
chopper. resistor.
13 Temperature inverter undertemperature (-10°C) Make certain the air flow around the drive is
14 inverter overtemperature (+90°C) sufficient to cool the heat sink and/or check for
16 motor overtemperature possible motor overload.
Motor stall: the motor has not started while the
Check the brake or the counterweight if the stall
15 inverter has already reached 90% of the limit
happens in down run without load.
current settled in P2.1.1.
Make certain the motor is not too small for the
17 Motor underload
rated power of the drive.
EEPROM “Checksum” error:
22 Reset the fault and restart .
- Parameter recovery failed
23 If the fault happens again, contact SMS.
- Damaged or malfunctioning component
Microprocessor watch-dog error:
Reset the fault and restart.
25 - operational fault
If the fault happens again, contact SMS.
- component failure
Start up prevented: Start-up of the inverter has
26 Cancel prevention of inverter start-up.
been impeded.
32 Fan not working Contact SMS.
Control unit: The control unit can’t control the
36 Replace the control unit.
power unit and vice versa.
Device changed: Optional board or control unit
37 Reset
changed.
Device added: An optional board or power unit
38 Reset
with different nominal rating has been added.
Remove device: An optional board or p.
39 Reset
ower unit has been removed.
Device unknown: Unknown optional board or
40
drive.
Check loading.
IGBT temperature: IGBT Inverter Bridge
Check motor size.
41 overtemperature protection has detected a short
Check brake opening.
term too high overload current.
Check torque at low revs (see paragraph 7.7.1).
Channels inverted (modify parameter P2.1.13
“EncoderDirection”);
no/faulty connection, or faulty encoder.
43 Encoder error SUBCODE S6 – in case of PMSM, it means wrong or missing
connection to terminals 1-2-3-4, when the encoder type is set
to ABSOLUTE (ENDAT)
SUBCODE S7 – wrong or missing channel connection
SUBCODE S9 – angle identification error in PMSM
Keypad communication error: The connection
Check keypad connection and possible keypad
52 between the control keypad and the frequency
cable.
converter is broken.
Slot error: Optional board or connection slot Check board and slot
54
faulty. Contact SMS. .
Channels inverted (modify the parameter P2.1.13
“EncoderDirection”) or the motor doesn’t follow
56 Speed Error
the speed curve set by the inverter because of a
wrong setting.
Motor limit torque exceeded. Verify the working
57 Over Torque
current and the correct brake opening.

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Code Description Remedies / Indications
The run direction (up or down) has been
59 Wrong run activated for more than 5 seconds without a
speed level. Check the control panel commands.
Low speed input falls during slow-down, before
60 Levelling the motor has reached the steady low speed
level
The inverter doesn’t open the brake because
61 Low current current doesn’t reach the value set in P2.3.1.1 for
open loop or in P2.3.2.1 for closed loop.
Emergency input signal falls during the
62 Emergency
emergency run.
No current in one phase or unbalanced current in
63 Output phases
the output phases.
The active speed level has a frequency reference
64 Low reference which is lower than the DC electrical braking start
frequency (open loop only).
67 Overspeed The inverter has gone over maximum frequency.
Direction commands, and therefore also the
AdvanceContact
68 contactors between the inverter and motor, open
(Please see the “Alarm 68 NOTE”).
before the inverter switch-off.
If you use the ENABLE START input
(terminal 2), it indicates that the contactor closed
69 No Enable
signal was not given within 2 seconds of the
contactor command.
After the SMS application software download ,
70 Invalid LicKey
the licence code is not entered correctly.
The motor identification or the rotor angle
71 Identification Error identification for PMSM has not come correctly to
an end..
One safety brake input control has not detected
72 Brake Open NOK
the brake opening after the P2.3.4 time.
One safety brake input control has not detected
73 Brake Close NOK
the brake closing after the P2.3.5 time.
In case of PMSM, the brake doesn’t open
74 SM Angle Id NOK because the encoder angle identification at start
is not correct.
In case of PMSM, the brake doesn’t open
because there is no good feedback to the initial
75 SM Phase NOK
current pulse (maybe a phase is open or the
identified angle is not correct)
During emergency stop with car at speed, the
braking distance is wider than the one set in
76 Max Brake Space
P2.3.8.
Check the braking force of the safety brake.
When the inverter was not operated, the motor
77 Max Stop Space
travelled at a distance greater than P2.3.9.
The input RUN ENABLE is active, without
78 Time Out Enable
direction and speed commands.
In “Safety gear unlocking” mode, the motor did
79 Max P: wait 10s not move within 5 seconds
(it automatically resets after 10 seconds).
The limit of rides set in P2.1.19 has been
80 Replace Ropes
exceeded.
During releveling, the motor executed an
81 Floor Level NOK abnormal stopping procedure because of an
incorrect command sequence.
If other types of fault should occur, please contact SMS.

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Alarm 68 NOTE After 20 trips of this alarm, the drive goes out of service and you need to use RESET key
to resume the operation.
To check the total amount of the Alarm 68 trips, please see the Menu
M1 MONITOR – V1.1.10.
Eliminate the malfunction by delaying director command and hence also contactor
opening. If you can’t do this (for example, in lifts with manual doors, where people open
the car door once the car has stopped), set parameters P2.3.1.5 and P2.3.1.2 to 0.
If the fault persists, please contact SMS ..
EARLY OPENING OF MOTOR CONTACTOR SHORTENS INVERTER LIFE. INVERTER
LIFE

5.5 M5 = FAULT HISTORY


The caption H1→Hx appears under the menu. This indicates how many faults are memorized. Up to 30
faults can be memorized and displayed chronologically in reverse order (most recent fault displayed first).
Pressing the key when viewing the fault code opens the "Instant fault data register", in which the values
of several key variables are saved (e.g. output frequency, motor current, motor torque, etc.) as they occur.
Press the or keys to scroll this register.

To reset faults, the enter


(ENTER) key must be pressed and held for at least 3 seconds.

5.6 M6 = SYSTEM MENU


The caption S1→Sn appears under the menu. This means there are “n” submenus.
S6.1 Language Setting: ITALIAN / ENGLISH / FRENCH / GERMAN.
S6.2 Application Setting: AsynchMotor / PermMagnSync
SMS advises against modifying other parameters relative to this MENU.
If necessary, contact SMS or use the original manual available at www.vacon.com.

5.7 M7 = EXPANDER BOARDS


The caption G1→Gn appears under the menu. This means there can be up to “n” submenus. The number of
submenus depends on the number of optional circuit boards connected.

G7.1 NXOPTA1 G1→ →G2 (Board on Slot A)


SMS advises against modifying the parameters relative to this submenu.

G7.2 NXOPTA2 G1→


→G1 (No. 2 digital relay outputs, slot B)
G7.2.1 I/O monitor V1→
→V2
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
V7.2.1.1 DigOUT:B1 (Digital output B.1) -
V7.2.1.2 DigOUT:B2 (Digital output B.2) -

G7.2 NXOPTA3 G1→


→G1 (No. 2 digital relay outputs + No. 1 input, slot B)
G7.2.1 Monitor I/O V1→
→V3
Par. Description m. u. Def. Value
V7.2.1.1 DigIN:B1 (Inlet B.1) -
V7.2.1.2 DigOUT:B1 (Digital output B.1) -
V7.2.1.3 DigOUT:B2 (Digital output B.2)

G7.4 NXOPTB5 G1→


→G1 (No. 3 digital relay outputs, slot D) (OPTIONAL)
G7.3.1 I/O Monitor V1→→V3
Par. Descrizione u.d.m. Def. Valore
V7.4.1.1 DigOUT:D1 (Digital output D.1) -
V7.4.1.2 DigOUT:D2 (Digital output D.2) -
V7.4.1.3 DigOUT:D3 (Digital output D.3) -

Menus for ENCODER boards are illustrated in the section on CLOSED LOOP application and for
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS.

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6 - ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
There is a guided procedure in order to set the basic parameters of the motor (SET UP) which starts
automatically at the very first switch-on of the drive, or when you modify the Application type
(SYSTEM MENU S6.2).
Care should be taken however, as the SET UP procedure restores default values of all parameters,
cancelling any programmed speed levels or customized input/output configurations that the
switchboard engineer may have been set.
Before starting to change any parameter or regulation, proceed in this way :
6.1 – Go to the System Menu M6 and check that the right Application is set in S6.2, i.e. referring to the
motor you are going to control (Asynchronous Motor or Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor).
If necessary, change the type of application which will start the SET UP tool. On completion, skip
straight to point 6.1 - b).
If the right type of application has been set, continue as follows:
6.1 – a) ENTER MOTOR RATINGS DATA IN PARAMETERS P2.1.2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6
If the motor rpm at nominal load is not known, or if the nominal value on data plate is 1500 rpm:
- if the motor is 1 or 2 speed, or for conventional ACVV regulator, set 1350/1380 rpm
- if it is for a VVVF speed regulator, set 1440 rpm.
If the cos phii value is not known:
- if the motor is 1 or 2 speed, or for conventional ACVV regulator, set 0.76
- if it is for a VVVF speed regulator, set 0.82.
6.1 – b) ENTER LIFT SYSTEM RATINGS DATA IN PARAMETERS P2.1.7.1 / 2 /3 / 4
(speed, pulley diameter, gear ratio, ropes ratio).
If parameter P2.1.7.5 (Update Data) is set to "Yes", the maximum frequency (P2.2.1) will be
calculated automatically, as well as the various speed levels (high, low, inspection, etc. from
P2.2.7 to P2.2.13) and the speed value for one floor travel only (P2.2.20).
IMPORTANT
Speeds are expressed in frequency (Hz): if you want to see the car speed in m/s for a given
frequency, press and release the START key.
This check allows you to verify if the lift is set to the required speed.

6.2 – PLACE THE DECELERATION COMMANDS AT A DISTANCE FROM FLOOR AS INDICATED IN


THE TABLE
DECELERATION DISTANCE TABLE
Nominal lift speed (m/s) 0.6 - 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0
Deceleration distances (mm) 1000 1400 1700 2000 2200 2600 2800
If the distance is greater than the one shown in the Table, the lift system will operate more smoothly.
You can check the actual deceleration distance (distance between the deceleration switch and the
stop switch) through the menu M1 MONITOR – V1.3.3 (TotalStopDistance), but this works only if the
parameters “Maximum frequency” P2.2.1 and “Lift nominal speed” P2.2.2, corresponding to the
maximum frequency, are set in the right way.
Also, place the stop switch in the middle position in relation to the floor:
The STOPPING DISTANCE TABLE shows guideline values to consider in order to define activation
distance of the stop switch (or switches):
SINGLE
STOP STOPPING DISTANCE TABLE
MAGNET DOUBLE Nominal lift speed (m/s) 0.6 – 0.8 > 1.0
STOP
= MAGNET Total stopping distance (D) (mm) 60 80
FLOOR
LEVEL
D = , = means to center the magnet of length ‘D’ at floor level
=

=
FLOOR D
LEVEL To enable the DIRECT ARRIVAL AT FLOOR
=
FUNCTION (only available in CLOSED LOOP mode)
see paragraphs 9.1 and 13.2, with D ≥ 200mm.

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6.3 – SET THE MOTOR CONTROL TYPE :
OPEN LOOP OR CLOSED LOOP.

6.4 – IDENTIFICATION (OPEN LOOP ONLY)


After entering the correct motor data, you must run the IDENTIFICATION procedure:
- Set parameter P2.1.8 to “No Run” and run a call command: the contactors energizes, the brake
doesn’t open, and “RUN” lights on.
- When the “RUN” light goes off, “STOP” appears and parameter P2.1.8 goes to “No Action”,
deactivate the call (e.g. by opening the operation valve).
- Torque parameters are now optimized at low revs if an inverter type motor is actually being used; if
it is not, you will often have to manually alter parameter P2.5.3.4 (Intermediate Voltage V/f) to obtain
the right torque.
Modifying any motor data, it is essential to perform the IDENTIFICATION routine again.
7.5 – FAN CONTROL
Set parameter P2.1.9 (fan control) as desired:
0 = Continuous
1 = Start - Runs the fan for 1 further minute after stopping.
2 = Temperature - only works if the inverter reaches a temperature of 45°C.
3 = Speed Cntrl - the fan runs during operation and for 1 minute after stopping, at 3 different
speed levels, depending on the heatsink temperature.
(< 40°C, between 40 and 50°C, > 50°C)
SMS advises not to modify fan operation from the default value (speed control), in order to assure a
good cooling of the power part at each run of the lift.

6.6 – SPECIAL FEATURES

6.6.1 POWER LIMIT


The maximum power absorbed by the motor for any load condition can be set.
If the maximum power available is less than the maximum power required by the motor, the inverter will
reduce speed to get the required result.
Obviously arrival at the floor and distance travelled at low speed remain the same whatever the car speed.
The parameters that enable this kind of movement are P2.1.18 and P2.4.6.
P2.1.18 MAXIMUM POWER When set to 200% (default) it will have no effect.
If set to a value less than 100%, power draw will be limited to a set value, as a percentage of the
power drawn by the motor at nominal voltage (P2.1.2), nominal current (P2.1.5) and nominal cosφ
(P2.1.6).
The actual power absorbed from the mains is shown on M1 MONITOR - V.1.1.11.
P2.4.6 When the power limit is enabled (P2.1.18 < 100%) , first the motor accelerates then slows down
to stay within the maximum allowed power, set P2.4.6 to a value below the default one until
optimum function is obtained.

6.6.2 MAXIMUM CABLE BENDING CYCLES


When the pulley diameter is shorter than 40 times the ropes diameter, it is necessary to replace the
latter with CERTIFIED ropes.
The Certification provides information on the maximum number of bending cycles a cable can
withstand in its lifetime.
EXAMPLE: Let’s suppose that in a system with a ropes ratio of 2:1 a cable is used that, due to its diameter
and to the diameter of the various pulleys, can withstand a maximum number of bending cycles
equal to 4.000.000 (four million).
Given that in a complete run the rope is subject to 4 bending cycles (1 per pulley),
the maximum number of rides is 1.000.000.
However, it is necessary to consider that if the system does not carry out a complete ride and reverses
direction instead, a section of the rope will be subject to more bending cycles.
For the aforesaid reasons, the number of reverse cycles is counted instead of the number of rides.
In the inverter, the maximum number of reverse cycles is set in parameter P2.1.19 (it is necessary to
press the RIGHT ARROW for at least 2 seconds).
The counter displayed in V1.3.8 is set to P2.1.19 value and is decreased at every reverse cycle.

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When the count reaches 10% of the set value, the ALARM 80 – REPLACE ROPES appears, which does
not block the system as it is just an “alarm”.
If the count reaches 0 (zero), the inverter is blocked due to FAULT 80.
The ropes have to be replaced. Subsequently, the maximum number of bending cycles that the new ropes
allow has to be set in P2.1.19.
The counter displayed in V1.3.7 instead, is a count of the reverse cycles that is increased and cannot be
reset.
This allows the maintenance operator to control at any time the total number of reverse cycles and,
therefore, the bending cycles undergone by the ropes.
THE ROPES REPLACEMENT SHALL BE NOTED DOWN ON THE SYSTEM BOOKLET.

6.6.3 USE OF THE WEIGHING SYSTEM


Takedo 3VF-NXP can read and control an analog input which comes from the system used to weight
the car load so as to optimize the startup torque and avoid counter-rotations at start or noise of the
motor at the brake opening.
The parameters for the management of the weighing system are in group G11 – STARTUP TORQUE.
The “STARTUP TORQUE” mode is available for CLOSED LOOP adjustment, both for asynchronous
motors and permanent magnet synchronous motors.

CONNECTION EXAMPLE

CAR LOAD WEIGHT


SYSTEM

Note : Wiring in case of lack of brake


control input . In this case terminal 5
(AI2-) have not to be connected together
with terminals 3 and 7.

4 (AI2+) Vmax = 10Vdc


Signal
conditioner NXOPTA1
(if required) Board
5 (AI2-/GND)

GROUP G2.11 PARAMETERS - STARTUP TORQUE


P2.11.1: Starting Torque
It can be set as follows:
– Not used (default)
– Parameters
The starting torque is fixed, adjusted through parameters P2.11.3 and P2.11.4, according to the run
direction.
The torque is maintained for the time set in P2.11.2.
Once this time frame has expired, the torque is gradually set to the value required by the regulator.
– Load Measurement
The torque reference is acquired by the analog input defined in P2.11.5, connected to the car load
cell (or car weight detector).
P2.11.6, P2.11.7 and P2.11.8 represent the value of the electrical signal at full load, no load and
balanced load.
P2.11.9 and P2.11.10 represent the torque required by the motor at full load and with no load. The
torque is linearly interpolated according to the signal.

P2.11.2: Starting Torque Time


The time starts with the activation of the reference speed and gradually reaches the value required by
the system.

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P2.11.3: Torque in up direction
P2.11.4: Torque in down direction
Torque values applied if P2.11.1 = “Parameters”.
Positive values indicate the torque in up direction, negative values indicate the torque in the opposite
direction.

P2.11.5: Selection of Reference Torque


Selection of the analog signal used if P2.11.1 = “Load Weight”.
– Not used (default)
– AI1: Analog input available in terminals 2 and 3 of NXOPTA1 board (Slot A)
– AI2: Analog input available in terminals 4 and 5 of NXOPTA1 board (Slot A)

P2.11.6: Full Load Level (value of the signal with full car)
P2.11.7: No load Level (value of the signal with empty car)
P2.11.8: Balance Level (value of the signal with balanced car)
The aforesaid parameters indicate the load level expressed as a percentage of the maximum load.
The signal levels can be displayed on the monitor of NXOPTA1 board, in menu M7.
The signal is detected when a run command of the inverter is active, before the brake opening, and it
is expressed in Volts: 100% of the load equals 10V, therefore if the value detected at full load is 8V,
P2.11.6 will be set at 80%.

P2.11.9: Full load torque


P2.11.10: No load torque
Maximum torque value required by the motor in full load conditions.

P2.11.11: Torque Rise Time


It is the time the torque needs to rise from 0 to the value required by P2.11.3. and .4.
Excessively short time frames cause noise, whereas excessively long times caused delayed start.
Most motors do not produce noise with a torque rise time equal to 0.2 ÷ 0.5 seconds.

P2.11.12: Starting Torque Limit


It is the torque limit of the motor during starting phase.

6.6.4 SAFETY GEAR UNLOCKING


This operation is only available with the encoder (CLOSED LOOP).
In the output phase the inverter releases the maximum possible current so as to unlock the car should
this be stopped by an intervention of the safety gear.
To activate this function it is necessary to press the START button for at least 2 seconds; to switch it
off it is necessary to press the STOP button for 2 seconds.
This operation automatically stops if the inverter does not detect any movement through the encoder
reading within 5 seconds from the command activation (FAULT 79).

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6.7 – OPEN LOOP ADJUSTMENTS

2.2.4
2.2.14 2.2.15 2.2.16 2.2.17 2.3.1.6
SPEED 2.2.3
PROFILE 2.2.7 2.2.5

2.2.8
2.3.1.3
2.3.1.7.5

HIGH SPEED
COMMAND –terminal 14

LOW SPEED
COMMAND - terminal 15

DIRECTION
COMMAND - terminal 8/9

BRAKING TIME 0.4s


AT START 2.3.1.4
ELECTRIC BRAKE TIME AT
BRAKE STOP 2.3.1.5

0.3s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS

SMOOTH START TIME


2.3.1.6
When SMOOTH START
parameters FREQUENCY
2.3.1.1 and
2.3.1.7.2 are SAFETY BRAKE
BRAKE OPENING DELAY AT
START 2.3.1.7.3
BRAKE CLOSING DELAY AT
matched, CONTROL DELAY STOP 2.3.1.2
the brake
open delay
starts. SAFETY BRAKE
CONTROL RELAY

MECHANICAL
BRAKE
MECHANICAL DELAY MECHANICAL DELAY
BRAKE OPENING BRAKE CLOSING

After completing what was indicated at points 7.1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 , proceed as follows:


IMPORTANT: Parameters have to be changed ALWAYS ONCE AT A TIME.

1 - Adjust the starting with brake control parameters


JERK BACK ROTATION
2.3.1.7.3 Brake open delay
2.3.1.7.5 Smooth start frequency. =
2.3.1.7.6 Smooth start time. =
Starting comfort has to be ‘soft’, without jerks nor back rotations.
- If a higher torque is needed at the start, increase the value in parameter P2.5.3.4 V/f Intermediate
Voltage by one or two units; you must check however afterwards that motor current at start up does not
reach the limit set in P.2.2.1 and that current at low speed does not exceed the nominal rated current of
the motor and/or inverter.
- If the lift does not work as required, contact SMS technical assistance..
2 - During the high speed run, the rpm of the motor must reach the required rpm value, and the speed
of the lift has to be constant.
If it is not constant (oscillating), increase or decrease the value of the parameter P2.1.4 (Motor speed),
increasing the number of revolutions.

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3 - Check now that when slowing down, the lift reaches the floor running for a short space at constant
speed (10cm max.) without oscillations or vibrations, with the same speed for both up and down
directions and in any load condition.
If speed drops under load, decrease the value of P.2.1.4.
Adjust the space travelled at low speed with parameter 2.2.4 (Deceleration ramp).
4 - If at floor arrival, the car is not perfectly aligned at floor, the parameters to be adjusted are:
It stops It stops
BEFORE AFTER
2.2.5 Final deceleration ramp
2.2.8 Low speed level
2.3.1.6 Stop DC braking current
IMPORTANT
For low speed frequency, a value of 1/10 of the rated frequency is suggested:
Example – low speed set at 5Hz if motor rated frequency is equal to 50 Hz.

6.8 – SINGLE FLOOR TRAVEL


The single floor travel function will only be effective if the sequence of commands used in paragraphs
6.7, 9 and 13 is followed, i.e. the normal logic of a 2-speed control board is applied: HIGH SPEED start
with input 14 active, then switch to LOW SPEED activating input 15 and disabling 14.
TWO SPEED LEVELS MUST NEVER BE INSERTED AT THE SAME TIME.
When the desired starting and stopping comfort has reached and, running between far floors, the space
travelled at low speed is the same for any floor for both up and down direction, you have to set the slowing
distance, especially useful for one floor travel, with parameter P2.2.19 as follows:
- Set parameter P2.2.18 to 1.
- Make a car call for 2 floors at least.
- When the lift reaches a low speed, P2.2.18 will return automatically to 0, while the distance travelled on
switching from high to low speed will be saved in P2.2.19 and displayed in V1.3.4.
- Make a car call for one floor only, verify comfort, and check that the space travelled at low speed is the
same as a travel between far floors .
To increase comfort further, decrease parameter P2.2.20 (Half floor frequency).

6.9 – MOTOR NOISE


In case of motor noise , increase switching frequency P2.5.2, considering that higher is the frequency, higher
are EMC emissions.
In addition, the motor insulation and the inverter power components are more “stressed”.
There is function, that is P2.5.4.9.14, which allows for the elimination of the motor noise at low revolutions.
However, in this case the motor isolation stress increases.

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6.10 – PARAMETERS ONLY EFFECTIVE FOR EMERGENCY OPERATION
(BATTERIES OR AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY, 230/400Vac, SINGLE PHASE/3-PHASE)
The emergency operation is activated by enabling input 10 (NXOPTA1 board); through the keypad the
monitor is positioned on V1.3.1 to display the direction and speed of the car during the emergency
maneuver.
The minimum voltage of the batteries is 48V.
ASYNCHRONOUS motors, with selection of the favorable run direction, work with a rather low voltage (48V /
60V).
SYNCHRONOUS motors need higher voltage, also with selection of favorable torque.
It is necessary to ask the manufacturer what is the minimum voltage to keep the motor idle with the nominal
load.
If the minimum voltage is, for example, 100V, the voltage of the batteries must be higher than:
100Vac x 1,41 = 141Vdc
That is to say that twelve 12V batteries have to be used (144Vdc).
The parameters for the management of emergency operation are in GROUP G10 – EMERGENCY:

P2.10.1: Emergency operation


It can be set as follows:
– Not used (emergency operation excluded)
– Manual (does not select the favorable run direction)
The motor follows the run direction the inverter is commanded for.
– Automatic (selects the favorable run direction)
The inverter allows for the quick rotation of the motor in both run directions and then chooses the most
favorable run direction.
– Torque Measure
It is used for gearless motors: the brake opens and for a few seconds the motor remains idle
(P2.10.13.2), the inverter detects the favorable torque direction and drives the motor towards that
direction, whatever said direction is.
– Battery Saving
It is used for gearless motors:
The inverter does not enable the power stage, keeps the short-circuit contactor closed and checks,
through the encoder, the motor speed which shall never exceed the value set in P2.10.10.
When the speed reaches this value, the brake closes and then opens again, etc.
If the load in the car is balanced and the speed does not reach the value set in P2.10.11, after the time
set in P2.10.12 the brake closes, the short-circuit contactor is activated to eliminate the short-circuit
between the motor phases, power and motor are fed by rotating in the favorable run direction thus
bringing the car to the desired floor.

CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY CONTROL


Regardless of the value set in P2.10.1, for the synchronous motors, you can enable an other type of
emergency operation, the CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY.
To execute this operation it is necessary to set parameter P2.10.10 (see below) at a value other than 0, fed
only the control stage of the inverter (and not the power stage), activate the emergency input and,
subsequently, enable both up and down commands.
The inverter will activate the brake command output only, while the control panel must supply the brake
circuit with the proper voltage and make a by-bass on the main motor contactors in the brake circuit.
These operations enables the brake opening so that the car runs in the direction where the motor is pulled
by the load; the TBM contactor, which makes a short-circuit between the motor windings at stop, doesn’t
energize, so that the car runs at reduced speed.
Moreover, the inverter checks the car speed doesn’t exceed the speed limit set in P2.10.10:
in case the car speed goes over this limit, the inverter makes the brake to close, then makes it to open again
after a few seconds, and goes on this way, with a jogging operation, until the up/down commands stay on,
allowing the car to stop at a floor level without reaching a dangerous speed.
The control panel manufacturer should provide the appropriate audio-visual signalizations, to give warning
the car has reached the floor.

P2.10.3: Maximum Emergency Speed:


It is the maximum speed of the motor, whatever the speed level activated (high, low, inspection, etc.).

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P2.10.9: Switching Frequency (maintain the default value).

2.10.10 Maximum Emergency Speed in “Battery Saving” or “Constant Pressure Push-


button”
It is the speed, expressed in m/sec, that the car shall not exceed during “Battery Saving” or “Constant
Pressure Push-button” operation. It can be adjusted from 0 to the rated speed set in P2.2.2.
If set to 0, the “Constant Pressure Push-button” emergency operation is DISABLED.

P2.10.11 Minimum Emergency Speed


P2.10.12 Minimum Speed Time
It is effective only in “Battery Saving” operation (see above).

P2.10.13.1 Motor Control Mode : (Frequency, Open Loop, Closed Loop)


If the input supply voltage is lower than 96V, “Frequency” control is the preferred mode in an evacuation
situation; for PM synchronous motors you must always select the “Closed Loop” control.

P2.10.13.2 Current Control Delay


It is the delay of the inverter in reading current and/or torque when choosing the favorable run direction.

P2.10.13.3 Counter-rotation Gain in Emergency Operation


It is expressed in % of the counter-rotation gain in normal operation and 0 is the recommended value.

7 – CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE


To ensure long service life and smooth operation of the drive, carry out the following checks at regular
intervals. Always isolate the drive from the power supply and make certain the keypad is off before
proceeding.
1- Remove the dust that collects on the cooling fans and on the control circuit board, preferably by means
of compressed air or using a vacuum cleaner.
2- Check that there are no screws loose at the power or control terminals.
3- Check that inverter function is <<normal>> and there is no abnormal overheating.
7.1 MEGGER TEST
When performing insulation tests using a Megger tester
on the input/output cables or on the motor, remove all
the connections to all terminals of the drive and perform INVERTER
the test only on the power circuit, in accordance with
the adjacent diagram.
Do not Megger test the control circuits.

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ASYNCHRONOUS
MOTORS

CLOSED LOOP

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8 – CONNECTION AND ENCODER TYPES FOR ASYNCHRONOUS
MOTORS
When operating in closed-loop mode, the inverter drive requires a feedback signal provided by an industrial
encoder, resolution 1024 pulse/rev (encoders with other resolutions can also be used), of type :
Line driver powered at 5Vdc or
Push-pull powered at 15 or 24 V.
Depending on the type of encoder used, the relative board must be inserted inside the inverter:
For LINE DRIVER 5V encoders with board NXOPTA4
For PUSH-PULL 15 / 24V) encoders with board NXOPTA5
The board must be inserted in the 3rd connector from the left (slot C)
SMS can supply a LIKA I581024H encoder, 1024 pulse/rev , that works with both NOXOPTA4 and
NXOPTA5 boards , working in line driver mode if powered at 5Vdc , push-pull mode if powered at 24 Vdc.

TERMINAL
SIGNAL LIKA I581024H ENCODER
NXOPTA4/5
terminal 01 A+ YELLOW
terminal 02 A- BLUE
terminal 03 B+ GREEN
terminal 04 B- ORANGE
terminal 09 – Power supply BLACK
terminal 10 + Power supply RED

As alternative, the encoder ELAP, type EM521-C-1024-5/24-R-8-LDX55 or


REC531-C-1024-5/24-R-11-LDX55 can be supplied.

ELAP ENCODER
TERMINAL
SIGNALI EM521-C-1024-5/24-R-8-LDX55
NXOPTA4/5
REC531-C-1024-5/24-R-11-LDX55
term. 01 C1 YELLOW
term. 02 C1 negative BLUE
term. 03 C2 GREEN
term. 04 C2 negative PINK
---- C0 WHITE
---- C0 negative GREY
term. 09 – Supply Voltage BLACK
term. 10 + Supply Voltage RED

NOTE: Before connecting the encoder to the inverter, you must check the label placed on the encoder,
because modifications to the above colour table can occur without any notice by the encoder
manufacturer.

ADVICE FOR ALL THE ENCODER TYPES


The encoder cable must be shielded, and the shield connected (as indicated in paragraph 3.2) to the
inverter ground terminal. In any event, the encoder should have a shielded cable of length sufficient
to allow connection direct to the inverter, following the shortest possible run and located WELL
AWAY FROM THE POWER CABLES. Remaining wires have to be isolated one by one and left
unconnected.

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MENU M7 = EXPANSION BOARD for ENCODER BOARDS NXOPTA4 and NXOPTA5

G7.3 NXOPTA4 G1→


→G2 (5V line driver encoder) or NXOPTA5 G1→
→G2 (push-pull encoder) (Slot C)
G7.3.1 Parameters P1→ →P3
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
P7.3.1.1 Pulse/revolution (Number of encoder pulses) 1024
P7.3.1.2 Invert direction (Encoder direction) No
P7.3.1.3 Reading rate (Encoder sampling) ms 5
G7.3.2 Monitor V1→
→V2
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
V7.3.2.1 Encoder frequency Hz
V7.3.2.2 Encoder speed rpm

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9 – CLOSED LOOP ADJUSTMENTS
2.2.4
2.2.14 2.2.15 2.2.16
SPEED 2.2.17
PROFILE 2.2.3 2.2.7
2.2.21.3
2.2.5
2.2.8 2.3.2.4
2.2.21.2

HIGH SPEED
COMMAND - terminal 14

LOW SPEED
COMMAND - terminal 15

DIRECTION
COMMAND - terminals
8/9 TIME
AT START 2.2.21.4 0.4s
STOP AT TIME
STATIC AT ARRIVAL 2.2.21.5
POSITION 0.4s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS
When SMOOTH START TIME
2.3.1.6
parameter SMOOTH START
2.3.2. is FREQUENCY
matched BRAKE OPENING DELAY AT
the brake SAFETY BRAKE START 2.3.2.6.1
BRAKE CLOSING DELAY
open delay CONTROL DELAY AT STOP 2.3.2.5
starts.
SAFETY BRAKE
CONTROL

MECHANICAL
BRAKE
MECHANICAL DELAY
MECHANICAL DELAY BRAKE CLOSING
BRAKE OPENING

1 - For closed loop, main important parameters are: Motor RPM P2.1.4, Motor magnetizing current
P2.5.4.1. If these value are available put them in the inverter parameters. If they are not available or you
are not sure of the value on motor plate, inverter can automatically learn these parameter and set them
automatically. To do this follows the line hereunder.
Car at topmost floor, elevator balanced according to plan, set parameter P2.1.5 Inverter nominal
current, with empty car and lift working in closed loop, do the following:
RPM reading- Set parameter P2.2.23 = Yes, make a call in down direction (inverter must reach full
speed), inverter reads Motor RPM and write the value in P2.1.4.
Mag. current reading- Set parameter P2.2.24 = Yes, make a call in up direction (inverter must reach
full speed), inverter reads Motor Magnetizing current and write the value in P2.5.4.1
2 - Adjust starting comfort with the following parameters :
JERK BACK ROTATION
2.2.21.3 Initial acceleration ramp --
2.2.21.4 Hz time at start (about 0.7”)
2.3.2.6.1 Brake open delay (min. 0.5”)
2.5.4.9.7 RollBack Control Gain --
Starting comfort has to be ‘soft’, with no jerks or vibrations, or roll back.
Check the RollBack Control Gain (P2.5.4.9.7 and 8) (generally, the default value works very well).
3 - If during the acceleration or during high speed travel motor has vibrations, check the parameters :
2.5.4.6 Speed control KP2
2.5.4.7 Speed Control TI2
Check also that the encoder connections have been made as indicated in paragraphs 3.2.8 and 10. The
encoder cable must be separated from the power cable and distant 50 cm at least from the motor
cable. It should be connected with a single cable, with no added terminals, and with the shield
connected to earth at the inverter side. Encoder pulses per revolution must match the relative
parameter of the Encoder Board. Check that parameter P7.3.1.3 is set to 5ms for incremental encoder
(NXOPTA4/A5) and that there is a good mechanical coupling between encoder and the fast motor shaft
(joint, alignment, tight screws etc.)

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4 - Check the slowing phase. The lift must reach the floor in a very small space (few centimetres) , at
constant speed without oscillations or vibrations, both for up and down directions. Adjust the space
travelled at low speed with parameter 2.2.4 (Deceleration ramp).
IMPORTANT: Considering the high precision of the inverter, it is important to set the
position of the slowing command with the best possible accuracy, to have the
same space travelled at low speed for any floor.
5 - If, at floor arrival, the car is not perfectly aligned with the floor, even if the stop switches are centred
to the floor, the parameters to be adjusted are:
If it stops BEFORE If it stops AFTER
2.2.5 Final deceleration ramp
2.2.8 Low speed level
A very good comfort can be obtained (for a 50 Hz rated frequency lift motor) with a 3Hz low speed and a
0,8 seconds final deceleration(P2.2.5).

9.1 – DIRECT ARRIVAL AT FLOOR FUNCTION


This function is available for all types of motor, for CLOSED LOOP configuration.
To enable it, parameter P.2.2.21.6 "stop distance" must be set at a value different from 0 and equal to the
stopping distance (distance ½ D - see figure below).

SINGLE DOUBLE
STOP STOP
MAGNET MAGNET

=
FLOOR
LEVEL
D
= =
FLOOR D
LEVEL
=

Recommended value ½ D is about 100 mm 100 - 150 mm (D = 200 - 300 mm.). Longer or shorter distances
are possible depending on the lift speed.
The correct sequence of commands is given below:

SPEED
PROFILE STOP DISTANCE
P.2.21.6

HIGH SPEED
COMMAND –terminal 14

LOW SPEED
COMMAND - terminal.15

DIRECTION
COMMAND - terminals
8/9
TIME 0.4s
STOP AT TO ARRIVAL 2.2.21.5
STATIC
POSITION 0.4s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS

BRAKE CLOSING DELAY AT


SAFETY BRAKE STOP 2.3.2.5
CONTROL DELAY

SAFETY BRAKE
CONTROL RELAY

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To obtain a precise arrival to any floor proceed as follows:
1) Put the stop magnets as indicated.
2) Set the deceleration points like described in the table in paragraph 6.2.
3) Set P2.2.4 (deceleration time) at 1.5 sec.
4) Set P2.2.21.6 (Stop distance) to 0
5) Execute a call command: the car has to arrive at floor at low speed and stop with a big distance from
the floor level.
6) Set P2.2.4 in order to have a low speed distance of a few centimetres and equal for any floor both
for up and down direction.
7) Set P2.2.21.6 to ½ D of the stop magnet, less about 20 mm.
E.g. with ½ D magnet = 150 mm, enter 130 mm.
8) Execute another call command. At the arrival into the stop magnet, the car will run slowly to reach
the floor position.
9) Check the stopping accuracy at floor. If the car stops before the floor level, increase P2.2.21.6 (stop
distance), otherwise decrease the value.
10) Increase P2.2.4 in order to have the desired arrival. Increasing P2.2.4, a faster arrival at floor can be
obtained.
11) If the car does not stop at the floor smoothly enough, verify parameters:
a) P2.2.21.7: the higher this value is, the "stronger" the stop.
b) P2.2.21.8: the higher this value is, the ‘smoother’ the stop .
c) P2.2.4: the higher this value is, the ‘stronger’ the stop.
d) P2.3.2.5: the brake closing delay must be set so that the brake closes when the motor is already
stopped.
e) If you notice a vibration in the final run reaching the floor, decrease Kp1 (P2.5.4.4) and increase
P2.5.4.2 and P2.5.4.3.

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9.2 – SPECIAL PARAMETERS
P2.5.4.9.1/2/3/4 These parameters should only be modified when advised by SMS.
P2.5.4.9.5: Speed derivative
P2.5.4.9.6: Derivative filter time
These are the parameters of the derivative gain used to adjust the speed transitions, to avoid, for example,
the stop and restart of the motor at the end of the deceleration, or the speed overshoot at the end of the
acceleration that can cause undesired over-speed, more than the lift specifications.
Values have to be set proportionally to the system’s inertia. The higher the inertia, the higher values have to
be set.

SPEED SPEED

Time Time
Derivative values too low: Correct derivative value:
Speed profile Speed profile

P2.5.4.9.7: RollBack Control Gain


P2.5.4.9.8: RollBack Treshold
These parameters are useful to avoid the “rollback” of the motor at starting, when the brake opens.
Generally the default values work fine: too high values can cause noises and jerks at starting, too low values
can cause an undesired “rollback”.

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PERMANENT
MAGNET
SYNCHRONOUS
MOTORS

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SHIELDED
CONTACTORS CABLE
SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1

36
U TBM
R L1
M
3 – PHASE V 3-PH
LINE S L2
W TBM
T L3

TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING TAKEDO
RESISTOR ENERGY
HIGH SPEED R-
14
B- (OPTION)
LOW SPEED BRAKE Command
15 analog output AO1 18
INSPECTION SPEED Set to
16 P2.7.6.1 = Brake 19
TP TP1 BRAKE
UP
8 18 19 + 207Vdc
DOWN NXBR1 Board - I max 3A
9
(option).
+24Vdc ~
6 I<250mA BRAKE
BRAKE MICRO 2 ECONOMIZER ~
230Vac
2 OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
BRAKE MICRO 1 SHIELDED CABLE I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
4 12
CONTCTOR OFF COMMAND
3 20 or SPEED DETECTOR
R DO1
5 Programmable through par. 2.7.1
R = 1K2Ω 1/4W (Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
7(GND)
GREY*
SHIELDED CABLE
ENCODER DATA+* 22
1
HEIDENHAIN DATA-* PINK* FAULT RELAY
2 RO1
ECN 113 / 413 CLOCK+* VIOLET* 23 Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
3
CLOCK-* YELLOW*
4
* = Signals not A+ GREEN / BLACK ENCODER 25
5 BOARD + OPERATION
to be connected A- YELLOW / BLACK

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for sin-cos 6 NXOPTBE RO2
B+ BLUE / BLACK 26
encoder 7 or
B- RED / BLACK
8 NXOPTBB TP TP1 TBM
GND WHITE / GREEN SCHEDA 28 TBM MOTOR BLOCK
9
+ALIM. BROWN / GREEN NXOPTA3 CONTACTOR
10 29
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
– OPERATION
SHIELDED CABLE
N.B.: THE FILTER AND REACTANCE ARE
10 – APPLICATION DRAWING FOR SYNC. MOTOR WITH ENABLE LOGIC

INSTALLED INSIDE THE INVERTER.


TO ENSURE OPTIMUM EMC COMPATIBILITY,
AND BRAKE MICRO CONTROL IN COMPLIANCE WITH AMENDMENT 3

INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES MUST BE


SHIELDED.
11 – CONNECTION AND ENCODER TYPES FOR SYNCHRONOUS
MOTORS
PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS (PMSM) will only work in closed loop.
EnDat® absolute or incremental sine-cos type, 2048 pulse/rev. encoders fitted to the motor shaft are
normally recommended for synchronous motors.
The encoder board must be inserted inside the inverter: NXOPT-BE or
NXOPT-BB
The board must be inserted in the 3rd connector from the left (slot C)
To connect the ECN 113 or ECN 413 Heidenhain encoder to the inverter, use the following table.
To connect sine-cos encoders (for example Heidenhain ERN1387), use the following table as well, but
ignore the first 4 connections (DATA+,DATA-,CLOCK+,CLOCK-) because they don’t exist in this kind of
encoder.
Terminal X6
Terminal Signal Heidenhain color code
number ECN 113 / ECN 413
1 DATA+ Grey (for EnDat® only)
2 DATA– Pink (for EnDat® only)
3 CLOCK+ Violet (for EnDat® only)
4 CLOCK– Yellow (for EnDat® only)
5 A+ Green / Black
6 A- Yellow / Black
7 B+ Blue / Black
8 B- Red / Black
9 GND White / Green
10 Encoder power supply Brown / Green

In special circumstances, an incremental PUSH-PULL type encoder can be used; see paragraph 10 for
instructions on how to connect it.
The encoder must have a high number of pulse/revs, such as 10,000 for example.

ADVICE FOR ALL THE ENCODER TYPES


The encoder cable must be shielded, and the shield connected (as indicated in paragraph 3.2) to the
inverter ground terminal. In any event, the encoder should have a shielded cable of length sufficient
to allow connection direct to the inverter, following the shortest possible run and located WELL
AWAY FROM THE POWER CABLES. Remaining wires have to be isolated one by one and left
unconnected.

MENU M7 = EXPANSION BOARD for ENCODER BOARDS NXOPTBE and NXOPTBB

G7.3 NXOPTBE G1→


→G2 (ENDAT, SSI, SIN/COS encoder board for synchronous motor, Slot C)
G7.3.1 →Parameters P1P8
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
P7.3.1.1 Operate Mode SineCos
P7.3.1.2 Pulses/revolution 2048
P7.3.1.3 Invert direction 0 / No
P7.3.1.4 Reading rate ms 1
P7.3.1.5 Interpolation 1 / Yes
P7.3.1.6 SSI data coding
P7.3.1.7 SSI total bits 13
P7.3.1.8 SSI rev bits 0
G7.3.2 Monitor V1→→V6
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
V7.3.2.1 Encoder freq Hz
V7.3.2.2 Encoder speed rpm
V7.3.2.3 Comm. Counter
V7.3.2.4 Revolution Counter
V7.3.2.5 High Pos Posit/Rev
V7.3.2.6 Abs pos Lo word

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G7.3 NXOPTBB G1→
→G2 (ENDAT and SINE/COS encoder board for synchronous motor, Slot C)
G7.3.1 Parameters P1→ →P4
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
P7.3.1.1 Invert direction 0 / No
P7.3.1.2 Reading rate ms 1
P7.3.1.3 Interpolation 1 / Yes
P7.3.1.4 Pulses/revolution 2048
G7.3.2 Monitor V1→
→V7
Parameter Description UM Def. Value
V7.3.2.1 Encoder freq Hz
V7.3.2.2 Encoder speed rpm
V7.3.2.3 Encoder Pos
V7.3.2.4 EncRevolution
V7.3.2.5 EncAlarm
V7.3.2.6 EncWarning
V7.3.2.7 EncMessages

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12 - PUTTING ON DUTY SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
THIS MUST BE DONE WITH THE MOTOR FREE , WITH NO CABLES, because a synchronous motor can
work with no feedback signal (which is needed for some preliminary encoder checks) ONLY IN NO-LOAD
CONDITION, which means WITHOUT CABLES or WITH A PERFECTLY BALANCED LOAD.

1) Make the connections as indicated in "QUICK GUIDE TO PUTTING ON DUTY SYNCHRONOUS


MOTORS", taking the following advice into consideration:
− Follow Inverter – Motor connections:
U inverter output terminal to motor terminal U or L1
V inverter output terminal to motor terminal V or L2
W inverter output terminal to motor terminal W or L3
In this way, the motor pulley will rotate clockwise with an UP direction command (terminal 8 –
DIN1=ON) (looking at the motor from the pulley side).
If the pulley must rotate anti-clockwise in up direction, exchange the output phase V with W, do NOT
move the U phase.
− Connect the encoder as shown in paragraphs 11 and QUICK GUIDE.
Pay special attention when connecting the shield to the inverter ground and place the
encoder cable at least 50cm from the power cable.
2) Check that in the System Menu M6, in S6.2 is set the SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR Application (“SMSLift
Sync”).
3) ENTER MOTOR RATINGS IN PARAMETERS P2.1.2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6
4) ENTER LIFT SYSTEM RATINGS DATA IN PARAMETERS P2.1.7.1 / 2 / 3 / 4:
speed, pulley diameter, reduction ratio (1.01 for gearless), cable pull (e.g. 1:1 or 2:1).
If parameter P2.1.7.5 (data recalculation) is set to "Yes", the maximum frequency (P2.2.1) will be
calculated automatically for the various speed levels (high, low, inspection, etc. from P2.2.7 to P2.2.13)
as well as the speed value for one floor travel only (P2.2.20). In particular, inspection speed must not
exceed 0.63 m/sec.
IMPORTANT
Speeds are expressed in frequency (Hz): if you want to see the car speed in m/s for a given frequency,
press and release the START key.
This check allows you to verify if the lift is set to the required speed.
5) Pay attention to the pole pair number, which the inverter calculates as follows:
nominal frequency (P2.1.3) * 60
number of poles = ---------------------------------------------- x 2
nominal speed (P2.1.4)
The resulting value must be a full-value (without decimal units) and it’s displayed in P2.1.14.

6) ENTER the motor resistance and phase inductance in PARAMETERS P2.1.16 and P2.1.17
respectively.
If these values are unknown, leave the default values.
7) If necessary, set in P2.1.19 the maximum number of bending cycles the ropes can withstand (see par.
7.6.2), otherwise let the default value (0) unchanged.
8) Set parameter P2.5.1 (Motor Control Mode) = Frequency, check that the motor is free (no cables).
9) The procedure to start up depends on the type of encoded installed:

A) ABSOLUTE ENCODER type ENDAT (ECN 113, ECN 413 or equivalent)


- Set parameter P2.1.12 (Encoder Type) = EnDat
- Go to the parameter V1.3.2 in the del Menu M1 – MONITOR to display the motor speed read by
the encoder.
- Give a run command through the inspection control box.
- Check that the speed in Hz is POSITIVE in UP direction (check V1.2.1, DIN1=ON) and
NEGATIVE in DOWN direction (DIN2=ON), checking that the motor rotating direction is correct..
If the rotating direction is wrong, exchange the output phase V with W.

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- If the speed read by the encoder is NEGATIVE in UP direction, change the parameter P2.1.13
“Invert Direction”:
- if it is “Not Inverted”, set it to “Inverted”
- if it is “Inverted”, set it to “Not Inverted”
- Check again the speed read by the encoder, it should have the correct sign in up and down
direction, and the Hz value equal to the set speed: for example, if inspection speed is 4Hz, in the
MONITOR menu in V1.3.2 the speed must be +4Hz going up and -4Hz going down, save some
small differences in the second decimal figure.
- Change parameter P2.5.1 from "Frequency" to "Closed Loop”.
- If you already know the ENCODER ANGLE (supplied by the motor manufacturer), set it into the
parameter P2.5.5.4 (Encoder Angle)
If you don’t know the ENCODER ANGLE, read it by setting:
P2.5.5.8 (Angle Identification at Start) = Enabled
P2.5.5.3 (Encoder Calibration) = 1
Give a run command within 20 seconds.
When P2.5.5.3 goes automatically to 0 after the current injection into the motor windings (which
takes a few seconds), the encoder angle is identified and written in the parameter P2.5.5.4
(Check the value!).
Set again P2.5.5.8 = Disabled.
- Switch the power off, wait for the inverter to switch off, and switch the power on again.
NOW THE MOTOR SHOULD WORK PROPERLY.
Check that there are no vibrations, noises or other anomalies, that the motor current displayed in
V1.1.6 is about 0,1 – 0,2A.

B) INCREMENTAL ENCODER type SIN-COS (ERN1387, ERN487 or equivalent)


- Set parameter P2.1.12 (Encoder Type) = Incremental and set parameter “Pulse/Revolution” to the
encoder pulse/revolution number, usually 2048 (P7.3.1.2 in case of NXOPTBE Board and
P7.3.1.4 in case of NXOPTBB Board).
- Set parameter P2.5.1 (Motor Control Mode) = Frequency.
- Go to the parameter V1.3.2 in the del Menu M1 – MONITOR to display the motor speed read by
the encoder.
- Give a run command through the inspection control box.
- Check that the speed in Hz is POSITIVE in UP direction (check V1.2.1, DIN1=ON) and
NEGATIVE in DOWN direction (DIN2=ON), checking that the motor rotating direction is correct..
If the rotating direction is wrong, exchange the output phase V with W.
- If the speed read by the encoder is NEGATIVE in UP direction, change the parameter P2.1.13
“Invert Direction”:
- if it is “Not Inverted”, set it to “Inverted”
- if it is “Inverted”, set it to “Not Inverted”
- Check again the speed read by the encoder, it should have the correct sign in up and down
direction, and the Hz value equal to the set speed: for example, if inspection speed is 4Hz, in the
MONITOR menu in V1.3.2 the speed must be +4Hz going up and -4Hz going down, save some
small differences in the second decimal figure.
- Change parameter P2.5.1 from "Frequency" to "Closed Loop”.
- Switch the power off, wait for the inverter to switch off, and switch the power on again.
NOW THE MOTOR SHOULD WORK PROPERLY.
Check that there are no vibrations, noises or other anomalies.
At the first start-up, you notice the encoder angle identification current injection, which will be made
each time you switch the power off and on again, and each time it is started up after an incorrect
stopping sequence, such as when stopped for inspection or due to the opening of a safety guard (if
P2.5.5.16 = Yes) and then every 200 journeys (default value of parameter P2.5.5.9, modifiable).
Check that the motor current displayed in V1.1.6 is about 0,1 – 0,2A.

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13 – SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR SETTINGS

2.2.4
2.2.14 2.2.15 2.2.16
SPEED 2.2.17
PROFILE 2.2.3 2.2.7
2.2.21.3
2.2.5
2.2.8 2.3.2.4
2.2.21.2

HIGH SPEED
COMMAND – term.14

LOW SPEED
COMMAND – term.15

DIRECTION
COMMAND – term.8 / 9

ENABLE
P2.6.3.4=DigIN:A7 – term.2
(if present)
0,4 s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS
2 sec

MOTOR BLOCK
CONTACTOR (TBM)
0,2 s
TIME AT START
STOP AT STATIC 2.2.21.4 TIMEAT STOP
POSITION 2.2.21.5

TORQUE FALLING TIME 0,8 s


SMOOTH START TIME 2.5.5.11
2.3.1.6
SMOOTH START
FREQUENCY
When BRAKE OPENING DELAY AT
parameter SAFETY BRAKE START 2.3.2.6.1
BRAKE CLOSING DELAY
2.3.2. is CONTROL DELAY AT STOP 2.3.2.5
matched
the brake SAFETY BRAKE
CONTROL RELAY
open delay (term. 25-26)
starts..

MECHANICAL
BRAKE
BRAKE CLOSING
BRAKE OPENING MECHANICAL DELAY
MECHANICAL DELAY

1) Tension the lift, inserting the cables on the pulley;


set deceleration time in P2.2.4 to about 1.5”and put the slowing switches as indicated in the
”DECELERATION DISTANCE” table provided in this instruction manual in the “ADJUSTMENT
PROCEDURE" PARAGRAPH.
2) Set P2.2.7 High speed at 20% of the rated value and verify the good functioning. Increase gradually the
speed up to the rated value.
Check that starting and stop are good, check the distance in low speed (levelling) and ad just the
parameters as per the asynchronous motor, following the Instruction Manual.
3) Load the counterweight up to obtain the required lift balance (normally 50% of the car load).
IMPORTANT:
If the lift balance is lower than 50% (for example 40%), check the functioning in the maximum load
condition, that means in UP direction with full car. This test is important because the functioning
performances of a PMSM are particularly dependent from load conditions.
4) Tips and tricks (please modify parameters once at a time):
a) Back-rotation of motor at start :
- Increase RollBackCtrGain (P2.5.4.9.7)
- Increase the 0Hz Start Time (P2.2.21.4)

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b) Rips of the motor at start: modify parameters P2.2.21.1,P2.2.21.4,P2.3.2.6.1 as described in “Closed
Loop Adjustments” (as per asynchronous motor)
c) Motor vibrations during high speed travel:
- Decrease Kp2 Speed Gain (P2.5.4.6)
- Increase Ti2 Integral Speed Gain Time (P2.5.4.7)
- Modify Current Regulator Kp (P2.5.4.9.1).
It may be increased or decreased (any motor and any lift system has different torque, load, inertia
characteristics). The regulator response may change also depending on the load condition, so an
inadequate value can cause vibrations.
d) Motor stops and restarts at the end of the slowing down:
- Increase the Speed Derivative time (P2.5.4.9.5)
- Decrease the Derivative Filter time (P2.5.4.9.6)
e) If the motor counter-rotates or “runs away” pulled by the load at stopping:- increase the Torque Fall
time (P2.5.5.11) and the 0Hz Stop time (P2.2.21.5).
Verify that the opening of the direction commands and contactors happens with a sufficient delay
after the opening of the brake contactor.

At the end of adjustments, with the lift stopped, power off the drive, wait 15-20 seconds and power it
on again. This operation ensures that the modified parameters are stored definitively in memory.

13.1 – SINGLE FLOOR TRAVEL


The single floor travel function will only be effective if the sequence of commands used in paragraphs 6.7, 9
and 13 is followed, i.e. the normal logic of a 2-speed control board is applied: HIGH SPEED start with input
14 active, then switch to LOW SPEED activating input 15 and disabling 14.
TWO SPEED LEVELS MUST NEVER BE INSERTED AT THE SAME TIME.
When the desired starting and stopping comfort has reached and, running between far floors, the space
travelled at low speed is the same for any floor for both up and down direction, you have to set the slowing
distance, especially useful for one floor travel, with parameter P2.2.19 as follows:
- Set parameter P2.2.18 to 1.
- Make a car call for 2 floors at least.
- When the lift reaches a low speed, P2.2.18 will return automatically to 0, while the distance travelled on
switching from high to low speed will be saved in P2.2.19 and displayed in V1.3.4.
- Make a car call for one floor only, verify comfort, and check that the space travelled at low speed is the
same as a travel between far floors .
To increase comfort further, decrease parameter P2.2.20 (Half floor frequency).

16.2 – DIRECT ARRIVAL AT FLOOR FUNCTION


To enable this function, parameter P.2.2.21.6 "stop distance" must be set at a value different from 0 and
equal to the stopping distance (distance ½ D - see figure below).

SINGLE DOUBLE
STOP STOP
MAGNET MAGNET

=
FLOOR
LEVEL
D
= =
FLOOR D
LEVEL
=

Recommended value ½ D is about 100 mm 100 - 150 mm. (D = 200 - 300 mm.). Longer or shorter
distances are possible depending on the lift speed.
The correct sequence of commands is given below:

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SPEED
PROFILE STOP DISTANCE
P2.2.21.6

HIGH SPEED
COMMAND – term.14

LOW SPEED
COMMAND – term.15

DIRECTION
COMMAND – term.8 / 9
ENABLE
P2.6.3.4=DigIN:A7 – term.2
(if present)
0,4 s
MOTOR
CONTACTORS
2 sec
MOTOR BLOCK
CONTACTOR (TBM)
TIME AT START 0,2 s TORQUE FALLING TIME
2.2.21.4
STOP AT TIME AT STOP 2.5.5.11
2.2.21.5
STATIC POSITION
0,8 s
BRAKE CLOSING DELAY
SAFETY BRAKE ALLO STOP 2.3.2.5
CONTROL DELAY
SAFETY BRAKE
CONTROL RELAY
(term. 25-26)

To obtain a precise arrival to any floor proceed as follows:


12) Put the stop magnets as indicated.
13) Set the deceleration points like described in the table in paragraph 7.2.
14) Set P2.2.4 (deceleration time) at 1.5 sec.
15) Set P2.2.21.6 (Stop distance) to 0
16) Execute a call command: the car has to arrive at floor at low speed and stop with a big distance from
the floor level.
17) Set P2.2.4 in order to have a low speed distance of a few centimetres and equal for any floor both
for up and down direction.
18) Set P2.2.21.6 to ½ D of the stop magnet, less about 20 mm.
E.g. with ½ D magnet = 150 mm, enter 130 mm.
19) Execute another call command. At the arrival into the stop magnet, the car will run slowly to reach
the floor position.
20) Check the stopping accuracy at floor. If the car stops before the floor level, increase P2.2.21.6 (stop
distance), otherwise decrease the value.
21) Increase P2.2.4 in order to have the desired arrival. Increasing P2.2.4, a faster arrival at floor can be
obtained.
22) If the car does not stop at the floor smoothly enough, verify parameters:
a) P2.2.21.7: the higher this value is, the "stronger" the stop.
b) P2.2.21.8: the higher this value is, the ‘smoother’ the stop .
c) P2.2.4: the higher this value is, the ‘stronger’ the stop.
d) P2.3.2.5: the brake closing delay must be set so that the brake closes when the motor is already
stopped.
e) If you notice a vibration in the final run reaching the floor, decrease Kp1 (P2.5.4.4) and increase
P2.5.4.2 and P2.5.4.3.

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13.3 – SPECIAL PARAMETERS
P2.5.4.9.1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 15
These parameters should only be modified when advised by SMS.
P2.5.4.9.7: RollBack Control Gain
P2.5.4.9.8: RollBack Treshold
These parameters are useful to avoid the “rollback” of the motor at starting, when the brake opens.
Generally the default values work fine: too high values can cause noises and jerks at starting, too low values
can cause an undesired “rollback”.

P2.5.4.9.14: Low Noise Mode


If enabled ( = Yes ), the motor produces less noise at low revolutions.

P2.5.4.9.15: Maximum Voltage


It is the maximum voltage the inverter can supply to the motor, expressed in % of the motor rated
voltage in P2.1.2.
P2.5.5.3 : Encoder calibration (see description at Par. 15.8 – A)
P2.5.5.4 : Encoder angle (see description in paragraph 15.8 – A)
P2.5.5.5 Flux current Kp
P2.5.5.6 Flux current Ti
These are the flux regulator proportional and integral gains.
Please contact SMS Technical Support before changing them.
P2.5.5.7 Modulator Type (Space Vector - DO NOT MODIFY)
P2.5.5.8 Angle Identification at Start (see description in paragraph 15.8 – DO NOT MODIFY)
P2.5.5.9 Rides Angle Identification Refresh
After this run number, the angle identification is automatically performed again, for SIN-COS encoder only.
The default value is 200.
P2.5.5.10 Start Angle Current
The lower this value, the more silent the motor, but for several motors, a problem can occur during
identification if the current value is too low.
P.2.5.5.11 : Torque Falling Time
During the stop, if the current to the motor goes off instantly, a strong jump is perceived inside the car, like a
stop with the brake with motor already running: the current from the inverter to the motor must go off gradually.
Normally a ‘soft stop’ can be obtained setting a 0.8 sec. torque fall time”.
P2.5.5.12 Speed limit
If for any reason the motor does not reach the speed set (due to an excessive load, or low voltage or because
the motor is too hot), the inverter will signal an alarm.
If this function is enabled however, the inverter will automatically lower speed to a compatible value.
P2.5.5.13 Speed Limit Factor
If the correct speed is reached, a faster or slower speed can be obtained by modifying P2.5.5.13.
IMPORTANT Even if travel speed is reduced, arrival at the floor will be the same as under
normal speed.
P2.5.5.14 Max. Synchronism Error
This is the maximum error between speed set and actual speed that the motor can have during acceleration and
slowing.
P2.5.5.15 / 16 / 17 / 18
These parameters should only be modified when advised by SMS.

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14 – PARAMETER LIST (M2 Menu)


SMS settings SMS settings
Contents Description User setting Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
G2.1 BASIC PARAMETERS
P 2.1.1 Current Limit 1.8 * I Inverter 1.8 * I Inverter A
P 2.1.2 Motor Nom Voltg 380 400 V
P 2.1.3 Motor Nom Freq 50 8.00 Hz
P 2.1.4 Motor Nom Speed 1440 60 rpm
P 2.1.5 Motor Nom Currnt I Inverter I Inverter A
P 2.1.6 Motor Cos Phi 0.82 0.9
G2.1.7 LIFT DATA
P 2.1.7.1 Lift Rated Speed 0.70 1,00 m/s
P 2.1.7.2 Pulley Diameter 520 320 mm
P 2.1.7.3 Gear Ratio 1.58 1.01
P 2.1.7.4 Ropes Ratio 1:1 1:1
P 2.1.7.5 Update Data No No
P 2.1.8 Identification 0 0
P 2.1.9 Fan control 3 / Speed control 3 / Speed control
P 2.1.10 ParEditPassword 0 0
P 2.1.11 Motor Type 0 / Async Induct 1 / PMSM
P 2.1.12 Encoder Type 0 / Incremental 0 / Incremental
P 2.1.13 EncoderDirection Not Inverted Not Inverted
P 2.1.14 Calculated Poles 4 16
P 2.1.15 ForcedPolesNum 0 0
P 2.1.16 Motor Rs 0,00 0,00 Ohm
P 2.1.17 Motor Xs 0,00 0,00 Ohm
P 2.1.18 Max Power 300,0 300,0 %
P 2.1.19 RopeRidesInit 0 0
G2.2 RUN CONFIGURATION
P 2.2.1 Max Frequency 50 8.00 Hz
P 2.2.2 NominalLinSpeed 0.70 1.00 m/s
P 2.2.3 Acceleration ramp 2.50 2.50 s
P 2.2.4 Deceleration ramp 2.00 2.00 s
P 2.2.5 Final Decelerat. 0.50 0.80 s
P 2.2.6 v0 000 zero 0,00 0,00 Hz
P 2.2.7 v1 100 high 50 8.00 Hz
P 2.2.8 v2 010 low 5.00 0.80 Hz
P 2.2.9 v3 110 high+low 25.00 4.00 Hz
P 2.2.10 v4 001 inspect. 25.00 4.00 Hz
P 2.2.11 v5 101 high+insp 25.00 4.00 Hz
P 2.2.12 v6 011 low+insp 25.00 4.00 Hz
P 2.2.13 v7 111 hi+lo+ins 25.00 4.00 Hz
P 2.2.14 Acc Inc Jerk 2.00 1.20 s
P 2.2.15 Acc Dec Jerk 0.6 0.6 s
P 2.2.16 Dec Inc Jerk 0.6 0.6 s
P 2.2.17 Dec Dec Jerk 1.20 1.20 s
P 2.2.18 Auto HalfF Dist 0 0
P 2.2.19 Half Floor Dist 1000 1000 mm
P 2.2.20 Half Floor Freq 25.00 4.00 Hz
G2.2.21 CLOSED LOOP
P 2.2.21.1 SmoothStartTime 0,00 0.00 s
P 2.2.21.2 SmoothStartFreq 0.30 0.10 Hz
P 2.2.21.3 Initial Acceler. 0.50 0.50 s
P 2.2.21.4 0 Hz TimeAtStart 0.700 1.00 s
P 2.2.21.5 0 Hz TimeAtStop 0.400 0.200 s
P 2.2.21.6 Stop Distance 0 0 mm
P 2.2.21.7 Final Stop Speed 0.50 0.10 Hz
P 2.2.21.8 Final Stop Time 0.050 0.20 s
P 2.2.21.9 Initial Speed 0 0 Hz
P 2.2.21.10 TotalDecDistance 0 0 mm
P 2.2.21.11 OptimStopSpeed 0 0 Hz
P 2.2.21.12 Test Mode 0 / No 0 / No

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SMS settings SMS settings
Contents Description User setting Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
P 2.2.22 FloorLevelSpeed 0 / Not used 0 / Not used
P 2.2.23 Downward Tuning No Not present
P 2.2.24 Upward Tuning No Not present
G2.3 BRAKE CONTROL
G2.3.1 OPEN LOOP
P 2.3.1.1 MinCurrBrakeOpen 10.0 2.0 %
P 2.3.1.2 BrakeCloseDelay 0.30 0.30 s
P 2.3.1.3 DC-Brake Current 0.7 * I Inverter 0.7 * I Inverter A
P 2.3.1.4 Start DC-BrakeTm 0.000 0.000 s
P 2.3.1.5 Stop DC-BrakeTm 0.400 0.400 s
P 2.3.1.6 Stop DC-BrakeFr 1.50 0.20 Hz
G2.3.1 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
P 2.3.1.7.1 Reserved 0 0
P 2.3.1.7.2 MinFreqBrakeOpen 0,00 0,00 Hz
P 2.3.1.7.3 BrakeOpenDelay 0.00 0.00 s
P 2.3.1.7.4 MinFreBrakeClose 0.50 0.10 Hz
P 2.3.1.7.5 SmoothStartFreq 0.30 0.00 Hz
P 2.3.1.7.6 SmoothStartTime 0.30 0.00 s
G2.3.2 CLOSED LOOP
P 2.3.2.1 MinCurrBrakeOpen 10.0 0.00 %
P 2.3.2.2 Reserved 0 0
P 2.3.2.3 MinFreqBrakeOpen 0.00 0.00 Hz
P 2.3.2.4 MinFreBrakeClose 0.50 0.10 Hz
P 2.3.2.5 BrakeCloseDelay 0.30 0,00 s
G2.3.2.6 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
P 2.3.2.6.1 BrakeOpenDelay 0.50 0.00 s
P 2.3.2.6.2 MaxFreq If Close 0.15 0.15 Hz
Following G2.3 BRAKE CONTROL
P 2.3.3 BrakeExt SuperV1 0 / Not Used 2 / Not Used
P 2.3.4 MaxOpenTime 2.00 2.00 s
P 2.3.5 MaxCloseTime 2.00 2.00 s
P 2.3.6 BrakeExt SuperV2 0 / Not used 2 / Not used
P 2.3.7 BrakeSpace Test 0 / None 0 / None
P 2.3.8 MechBrakingSpace 500 500
P 2.3.9 SteadyLiftSpace 50 50
G2.4 DRIVE CONTROL
P2.4.1 Brake Chopper 2 / Run Test 2 / Run Test
P 2.4.2 Reserved 0 0
P 2.4.3 Undervolt Contr 0 / Off 0 / Off
P 2.4.4 SpecialPowerUnit 0 / No 0 / No
P 2.4.5 SPU Overload 180 180 %
P 2.4.6 Power Meas. % 80 80 %
G2.5 MOTOR CONTROL
P 2.5.1 Motor Ctrl Mode 1 / Open Loop 2 / Closed Loop
P 2.5.2 Switching Freq 10.0 8.0 kHz
G2.5.3 OPEN LOOP
P 2.5.3.1 U/f Optimization 1 / AutoTorqBoost 0 / None
P 2.5.3.2 U/f Ratio Select 2 / Programmable 0 / Linear
P 2.5.3.3 U/f Mid Freq 1.75 0 Hz
P 2.5.3.4 U/f Mid Voltg 5.00 0 %
P 2.5.3.5 Zero Freq Voltg 3.50 0 %
G2.5.3.6 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
P 2.5.3.6.1 Field WeakngPnt 50 8.00 Hz
P 2.5.3.6.2 Voltage at FWP 100 100 %
P 2.5.3.6.3 VoltStabGain 100 100
P 2.5.3.6.4 VoltStabDamp 900 900
P 2.5.3.6.5 TorqStabGain 100 100
P 2.5.3.6.6 TorqStabDamp 800 980
P 2.5.3.6.7 MotorBoostGain 67 67 %

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Contents Description User setting Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
P 2.5.3.6.8 GeneratBoostGain 50 50 %
NOTE: Parameters in groups G2.4, G2.6, G2.8 are only visible if the right password is entered
in parameter P2.1.10.
G2.5.3.7 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 1
P 2.5.3.7.1 Speed Control Kp 3000 3000
P 2.5.3.7.2 Speed Control Ki 300 300
P 2.5.3.7.3 LowSp.SwitchFreq 6.0 6.0 kHz
P 2.5.3.7.4 LowSp. Level 5.00 0.80 Hz
P 2.5.3.7.5 Current at 0Hz 50 50 %
Different from 0, it Different from 0, it
P 2.5.3.7.6 RsVoltDrop
depends on the size depends on the size
P 2.5.3.7.7 LsdVoltDrop ” ”
P 2.5.3.7.8 LsqVoltDrop ” ”
G2.5.4 CLOSED LOOP
P 2.5.4.1 MagnCurrent 0.5 * I Inverter 0 A
P 2.5.4.2 Adaptive Lim 1 3.50 3.50 Hz
P 2.5.4.3 Adaptive Lim 2 4.00 4.00 Hz
P 2.5.4.4 Speed Cntrl Kp 1 40 10
P 2.5.4.5 Speed Cntrl Ti 1 40.0 40.0 ms
P 2.5.4.6 Speed Cntrl Kp 2 20 10
P 2.5.4.7 Speed Cntrl Ti 2 40.0 40.0 ms
P 2.5.4.8 Encoder1FiltTime 0 0 ms
G2.5.4.9 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
P 2.5.4.9.1 CurrentControlKp 40 100 %
P 2.5.4.9.2 CurrentControlTi 2.5 2.5 ms
P 2.5.4.9.3 LoadDrooping 0,00 0,00 %
P 2.5.4.9.4 Droop time const 0,000 0,000 s
P 2.5.4.9.5 SpeedDerivative 1.00 0.50 s
P 2.5.4.9.6 DerivatFilterTime 0 50 ms
P 2.5.4.9.7 RollBackCtrGain 300 300
P 2.5.4.9.8 RollBackThresh 0,30 0,30
P 2.5.4.9.9 DC Ripple Compen Enabled Enabled
P 2.5.4.9.10 DC RippleC Gain 0 0
P 2.5.4.9.11 Encoder Multipl 1 1 %
P 2.5.4.9.12 Encoder Divider 1 1
P 2.5.4.9.13 AntiRBMode 0 / BrakeOpen 0 / BrakeOpen
P 2.5.4.9.14 LowNoiseModul 0 / No 0 / No
P 2.5.4.9.15 Max Voltage 150 150 %
P 2.5.4.9.16 Slip Adjust 70% Not present %
P 2.5.4.9.17 HotSlipAdjust 100% Not present %
G2.5.5 PMSM (Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor)
P 2.5.5.1 Reserved 0 0
P 2.5.5.2 Reserved 0 0
P 2.5.5.3 EncoderCalibrat 0 0
0 (To be calibrated
P 2.5.5.4 Encoder Angle 0 for EnDat, leave 0
for sin-cos)
P 2.5.5.5 Flux Current Kp 3,00 3.00 %
P 2.5.5.6 Flux Current Ti 20.0 20.0 ms
P 2.5.5.7 Modulator type 0 / ASIC 1 / SpaceVector
0 / Disabled for
P 2.5.5.8 Angl id at Start 0 / Disabled EnDat, 1 / Enabled
for sin-cos
P 2.5.5.9 RidesAngleIdRefr 200 200
P 2.5.5.10 StartAngleCurren 50 50 %
P 2.5.5.11 Torque Fall Time 0.6 0.80 s
P 2.5.5.12 Speed limit 0 / Disabled 0 / Disabled
P 2.5.5.13 Speed Lim factor 100.0 100.0 %
P 2.5.5.14 Max Synchro Err 10.0 10.0 %
P 2.5.5.15 RotorPositCorrec 0 / No 0 / No
P 2.5.5.16 Repeat ID Emerg 1 / Yes 1 / Yes
P2.5.5.17 RotorPosCorrGain 900 900
P2.5.5.18 AngleIdentMode 0 0
G2.6 INPUT SIGNALS

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SMS settings SMS settings
Contents Description User setting Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
P 2.6.1.8 Start/StopLogic 0 / Fwd-Back 0 / Fwd-Back
G2.6.2 SPEED SEL INPUTS
P 2.6.2.1 Speed Sel Input1 DigIN:A.4 DigIN:A.4
P 2.6.2.2 Speed Sel Input2 DigIN:A.5 DigIN:A.5
P 2.6.2.3 Speed Sel Input3 DigIN:A.6 DigIN:A.6
P 2.6.2.4 StableDinTime 300 300 ms
G2.6.3 FUNCTIONS
P 2.6.3.1 Ext Fault Close DigIN:0.1 DigIN:0.1
P 2.6.3.2 Ext Fault Open DigIN:0.1 DigIN:0.1
P 2.6.3.3 Fault Reset DigIN:0.1 DigIN:0.1
P 2.6.3.4 Run Enable DigIN:0.1 DigIN:A.9
P 2.6.3.5 BrakeExt SuperV1 DigIN:0.1 DigIN:A.8
P 2.6.3.6 BrakeExt SuperV2 DigIN:0.1 DigIN:A.7
G2.7 OUTPUT SIGNALS
P 2.7.1 DO1 Content 15 / Contactor 15 / Contactor
P 2.7.2 DO1 Inversion 0 / Off 0 / Off
P 2.7.3 DO1 Delay 0.00 0,00 s
P 2.7.4 FreqSupervLimit 1 / Low Limit 1 / Low Limit
P 2.7.5 FreqSupervValue 30 5.00 Hz
G2.7.6 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
P 2.7.6.1 Iout Content 12 / Brake 12 / Brake
P 2.7.6.2 Iout Filter Time 0.00 0.00 s
P 2.7.6.3 Iout Invert 0 / Not inverted 0 / Not inverted
P 2.7.6.4 Iout Minimum 0 / 0 mA 0 / 0 mA
P 2.7.6.5 Iout Scale 100 100 %
P 2.7.6.6 RO1 Content 4 / FaultInvert 4 / FaultInvert
P 2.7.6.7 RO1 Inversion 0 / Off 0 / Off
P 2.7.6.8 RO1 Delay 0.00 0.00 s
P 2.7.6.9 RO2 Content 13 / Brake 13 / Brake
P 2.7.6.10 RO2 Inversion 0 / Off 0 / Off
P 2.7.6.11 MotorTorqSuperV 200.0 200.0 %
P 2.7.6.12 GenerTorqSuperV 200.0 200.0 %
G2.7.7 OPTIONAL OUTPUTS
P 2.7.7.1 Opt RO1 Content 15 / Contactor 15 / Contactor
P 2.7.7.2 Opt RO2 Content 16 / 16 /
P 2.7.7.3 Opt RO3 Content MotorContactorDelay
11 / Vel Supervis MotorContactorDela
11 / Vel Supervis
P 2.7.7.4 FreqSupervLimit 1 / Low Limit 1 / Low Limit
P 2.7.7.5 FreqSupervValue 30 5.00 Hz
G2.8 PROTECTIONS
P 2.8.1 External Fault 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.2 Input Phase Supv 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.3 UVolt Fault Resp 1 / Not saved 1 / Not saved
P 2.8.4 OutputPh. Superv 0 / None 0 / None
P 2.8.5 Earth fault 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.6 Motor Therm Prot 2 / Fault 0 / None
P 2.8.7 MTP AmbTempFact 0.0 0.0 %
P 2.8.8 MTP 0Hz Cooling 40.0 40.0 %
P 2.8.9 MTP MotTimeConst 45 45 min
P 2.8.10 MTP MotDutyCycle 100 100 %
P 2.8.11 Stall Protection 2 / Fault 0 / None
P 2.8.12 Stall Current 1.8 * I Inverter 1.8 * I Inverter A
P 2.8.13 Stall Time Lim 6.00 6.00 s
P 2.8.14 Stall Freq Lim 6.00 6.00 Hz
P 2.8.15 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.16 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.17 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.18 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.19 ThermistorF.Resp 0 / None 0 / None

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SMS settings SMS settings
Contents Description User setting Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
P 2.8.20 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.21 SlotComFaultResp 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.22 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.23 Speed Fault 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
2/10 nom. motor
P 2.8.24 Speed Error Lim 2/10 nom. motor freq. Hz
freq.
P 2.8.25 Speed Error Time 2.00 2.00 s
P 2.8.26 Over Torq Fault 0 / None 0 / None
P 2.8.27 Torq SuperV time 0,00 0,00 s
P 2.8.28 RunErrorResponse 1 / Alarm 1 / Alarm
P 2.8.29 LowCurrResponse 1 / Alarm 1 / Alarm
P 2.8.30 LevellingRespons 1 / Alarm 1 / Alarm
P 2.8.31 UnitTemperatSens 0 / Active 0 / Active
P 2.8.32 Max Overspeed 110.0 110.0 %
P 2.8.33 AdvancContFault 20 20
P 2.8.34 LowRefResponse 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
0 / Enabled for
EnDat encoder
P 2.8.35 EncoderSupervis 1 / Disabled
1 / Disabled for
sine-cos encoder
P 2.8.36 PMSM Phase Check 30.0 30.0 %
G2.10 EVACUATION
P 2.10.1 Evacuation Mode 2 / Automatic 2 / Torque Test
P 2.10.2 Evacuation Input DigIN:A.3 DigIN:A.3
P 2.10.3 MaxSpeedInEva 5.00 0.80 Hz
P 2.10.4 U/f Optimization 1 / AutoTorqBoost 1 / AutoTorqBoost
P 2.10.5 U/f Mid Freq 1.75 0.00 Hz
P 2.10.6 U/f Mid Voltg 5.00 0.00 %
P 2.10.7 Zero Freq Voltg 3.50 0.00 %
P 2.10.8 MagnCurrent 0.5 * I Inverter 0 A
P 2.10.9 Switching Freq 3.0 3.0 kHz
P 2.10.10 Man MaxSpeed 0,00 0.00 m/s
P 2.10.11 Min EmergSpeed 0,50 0,50 m/s
P 2.10.12 MinSpeed Time 5,0 5,0 s
G2.10.13 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
P 2.10.13.1 Motor Ctrl Mode 0 / Frequency 2 / Closed Loop
P 2.10.13.2 CurrentReadDelay 2.0 3.0 s
P 2.10.13.3 RollBackCtrlGain 50.0 50.0 %
G2.11 STARTUP TORQUE
P2.11.1 StartUp Torque 0 / Not used 0 / Not used
P2.11.2 StartUpTorque Time 500 500 ms
P2.11.3 StartUp Torq Up -20.0 -20.0 %
P2.11.4 StartUp Torq Dw -20.0 -20.0 %
P2.11.5 Torq Ref Select 1 / AI1 1 / AI1
P2.11.6 Full LoadLevel 100.00 100.00 %
P2.11.7 No Load Level 0.00 0.00 %
P2.11.8 Balance Level 50.00 50.00 %
P2.11.9 Full Load Torque 80.0 80.0 %
P2.11.10 No Load Torque 80.0 80.0 %
P2.11.11 Torque Incr Time 0.20 0.20 %
P2.11.12 TorqueLimitStart 250.0 250.0 %

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TAKEDO - 3VF
NXP
and

Amendment 3
ATTACHED TO
TAKEDO® - 3VF NXP
USER MANUAL

3.1 P137 (or later) 01-12-2017


REL. SOFTWARE DATE R.T. Check and Approval
PAGE BLANK WITH PURPOSE

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1 – FOREWORD
The lifts which are put on duty from 31-12-2011, must comply with the Amendment 3: 2009 of the EN81-
1:1998 European Standard.
It means that the lifts “shall be provided with a means to stop unintended car movement away from the
landing…”.
The choice of the proper device to fulfil the Standard requirements is up to the lift manufacturer, however a
safety double brake of the machine (geared or gearless), built up and certified in conformity with the
Standard requirements, is considered a “built-in redundancy” system so, using this kind of brake, the
conformity to the Standard is assured if the correct operation is self-monitored:
1) The self-monitoring could include verification of correct lifting or dropping of the brake mechanism or
verification of the braking force.
2) If a failure is detected, the next normal start of the lift shall be prevented.
3) When the self-monitoring has indicated a failure of a single stopping element of the brake, the reset of the
lift shall require the intervention of a competent person.
4) Self-monitoring is subject to type examination.

2 – THE TAKEDO®- 3VF NXP INVERTER COMPLIES WITH THE


AMENDMENT 3: 2009 OF THE EN81-1: 1998 STANDARD
The TAKEDO®- 3VF NXP, equipped with the P127 (or later) software, performs THE CONTROL AND THE
SELF-MONITORING OF THE SAFETY BRAKE as required by the Standard, and it is certified by IMQ with
CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY N°716 dated 12-09-2011.
A copy of the certificate is enclosed a t the end of this document.
THE BRAKE MUST BE CERTIFIED AS WELL, IN CONFORMITY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE
AMENDMENT 3: 2009 OF THE EN81-1: 1998 STANDARD.

The control of the safety brake of Takedo® 3VF-NXP provides:


- The self-monitoring, which checks that each single brake lifts and drops at every run, preventing the next
normal start of the lift if a lifting or a dropping fails (mandatory).
- The braking force control, checking the stopping distance each time that the car suddenly stops at speed,
with the brake forced to drop (optional – with encoder only).
- The control that the motor is stopped if the inverter is in stand-by, with no commands (optional – with
encoder only).
- Only a competent person intervention can make the lift to restore the operation (mandatory).
- Also, the inverter automatically performs the control of the command sequence:
if, during floor releveling, the stopping sequence is not executed properly (that is, lack of the releveling
speed level first, with subsequent deactivation of direction and run enable) and all of the controls open
simultaneously, the inverter goes in FAULT mode as it regards the procedure as an abnormal stop due to
the intervention of the safety circuit which by-passes the door safety contacts.
Only a competent person intervention can reset the FAULT status.

3 – CONNECTIONS FOR AMENDMENT 3


The inverter controls the status of the micro-switches, mounted on each brake mechanism, by means of the
inputs 2 and 4 in the NXOPTA1 board; the common terminal (positive, 24VDC) is the number 6, on the same
board.
The micro-switches can be both NORMALLY OPEN (N.O.) and NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.),
the choice is made through apposite parameters totally independent: in effect you can get the micro-switch 1
N.O. and the micro-switch 2 N.C. or vice versa, or both N.O. or N.C. (SMS suggests the last one solution).

In the following page you can find a detailed drawing which shows the TAKEDO®- 3VF NXP input-output
connections to fulfil the Amendment 3, complete with the necessary notes for a correct application.

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NXP TP, TP1 MOTOR CONTACTORS
TBM MOTOR BLOCK CONTACTOR (PMSM)
SHIELDED CABLE
AV - HIGH SPEED 18
14 NXOPTA1
BOARD
BV - LOW SPEED
15
19
VM - INSPECTION SPEED BRAKE
16 TP 207Vdc
TP1

19
18
U - UP + I max 3A
8
NXBR

D - DOWN OPTIONAL
9
Board
BRAKE.
KE - EMERGENCY ~
10 ECON.
TP TP1 TBM 230Vac
+24Vdc
~
6 I<250mA
CONTACTOR’
SHIELDED CABLE SHIELDED CABLE
12 DE-ENERGIZATION RELAY
Jumper Blocks X1 – X2 OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT or
BRAKE – MICRO-SWITCH 2 DO1 20 I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc FREQUENCY DETECTOR
P2.6.3.6 = DigIN:A.7 2 (Default = MOTOR SWITCH
BRAKE – MICRO-SWITCH 1 (CONTACTOR)
P2.6.3.5 = DigIN:A.8 4
Current Inputs; 0 20mA

R
23 SHIELDED CABLE
3
MODIFICATION FOR R RO1 OUTPUT RELAY
5 22 Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc FAULT RELAY
RUN ENABLE COMMAND (ENABLE)
WITH NXOPTA3 OPTIONAL BOARD 7 NXOPTA2
R = 1K2Ω Board
25 SHIELDED CABLE
1/4W + OPERATION
OUTPUT RELAY
RO2 26 Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
23
RO1 FAULT TB BRAKE CONTACTOR
22 RELAY (not needed with NXBR Board)
NXOPTA3

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OPTIONAL – OPERATION
Board
25 + OPERATION
RO2
26

TB BRAKE
Using inputs 2 and 4 to control the brake micro-switches, in the standard configuration, the
28 29 CONTACTOR RUN ENABLE (ENABLE) input is no more available.
This feature though is available using the optional board NXOPTA3 instead of the NXOPTA2
– OPERATION board, which carries out the same outputs, but with one more input (terminals 28-29)
which can be set to RUN ENABLE (Par. P2.6.3.4 = DigIN:A.9).
TP TP1 TBM
RUN ENABLE
4 – PUTTING ON DUTY AND PERIODIC CHECKS OF CONFORMITY
Once the lift installation is finished and it works properly, enable and check the conformity to the Amendment 3,
as follows:

A) VERIFICATION OF THE BRAKE MECHANISM LIFTING / DROPPING


1. Set P2.3.3 and P2.3.6 according with the brake micro-switches type (N.O. or N.C.), the default setting is
“NOT USED” in order to allow an easy start-up of the lift.
2. Perform a test run (for example in inspection), check that you don’t see any FAULT message
(72 = brake lifting missing or 73 = brake dropping missing).
3. If you see a FAULT, check in MONITOR, in V1.2.3, which is the micro-switch that doesn’t work (the DIN8
is related to the micro-switch 1, terminal 4 and the DIN7 input is related to the micro-switch 2, terminal 2).
Check the connection, the mechanical assembly and the adjustment.
4. To reset the FAULT you must hold the RESET push-button for at least 4 seconds, then press RESET
again.
SWITCHING THE INVERTER OFF THEN ON AGAIN, THE FAULT IS NOT RESET !
5. During the normal operation of the lift, simulate a micro-switches lifting/dropping missing and check that in
the inverter a FAULT message appears.
6. If the brake doesn’t drop, the FAULT 73 is immediately effective.
If the brake doesn’t lift, lift tries to finish the run and FAULT is effective when lift stops.
This last feature has been introduced to prevent that a dirty or incorrectly adjusted contact makes the lift
to stop trapping people inside car.
Of course if the brake mechanism really doesn’t lift, the car cannot reach the floor and some other
protections will trip.

B) VERIFICATION OF THE BRAKING FORCE (OPTIONAL – WITH ENCODER ONLY)


1. Check in the BASIC PARAMETERS Menu that the values in the G2.1.7 Lift Data Group (P2.1.7.1/2/3/4/5)
are all correct, otherwise all the distance values will be wrong.
2. Place the car at the bottom floor.
3. Make a call, when the lift is running in high speed open a contact in the safety chain.
4. Check in the MONITOR, in V1.4.1, the total braking space (calculated from the brake control relay contact
opening in the inverter) and in V1.4.2 the mechanical braking space (calculated from the brake micro-
switch closing).
NOTE: The difference between the two values (V1.4.1 and V1.4.2) is only due to the brake dropping
delay (mechanical delay in addition to the electrical one).
5. Read the Mechanical braking Space in V1.4.2.
6. Set P2.3.7 (BRAKE SPACE TEST) to “FAULT”
(the default setting is “NOT USED”).
7. Set P2.3.8 to the value read in V1.4.2 decreasing it 200mm, and perform the same test again.
8. Check that the Fault 76 is shown by the inverter (the FAULT is reset operating as described above).
9. Now set P2.3.8 to the value read in V1.4.2 increasing it 200mm, perform the same test again and verify
the correct operation.
10. The test will be automatically repeated each time there is an emergency stop while the lift is running at
speed.

C) CHECK OF THE MOVEMENT WHILE THE LIFT IS STOPPED (OPTIONAL – WITH ENCODER ONLY)
1. Set i P2.3.9 (STEADY LIFT SPACE) to the value 50mm: this is the maximum shift allowed to the motor
when inverter is in stand-by (with no commands).
This is a further safety to check the correct mechanical brake dropping.
2. If possible, perform the steady lift shift test lifting the brake by hand; verify that, with a car shift higher than
50mm the inverter shows the Fault 77 (the FAULT is reset operating as described above).

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D) CHECK OF THE CORRECT STOPPING SEQUENCE DURING RELEVELING
(OPTIONAL – ONLY WITH RELEVELING OPERATION)
1. Set in P2.2.22 the combination of speed levels at which the releveling operation will be carried out
(High + Low, High + Inspection, Low + Inspection, High + Low + Inspection).
2. Simulate a releveling operation and make sure that, if the stopping sequence is properly performed (the
speed control opens first, followed by direction and run enable command deactivation), no “FAULT”
message is displayed.
3. Simulate again the releveling operation, open a contact in the safety chain during run and make sure the
inverter goes in “FAULT 81”.
4. To reset the “FAULT” status it will be necessary to press the RESET button for at least 4 seconds and
then press the RESET button again.

E) PERIODIC CHECKS
The following tests must be carried out at each periodic maintenance visit on the lift, and/or at the frequency
indicated by the brake manufacturers in their instructions.:
- Steps A.5 e A.6
- Steps B.2, B.3 e B.5 (both optional), checking that the read value is lower than the one set in P2.3.8.
- Step C.2 (optional)
- Steps D.3 and D.4 (both optional).

5 – SUMMARY OF PARAMETERS, MONITOR AND FAULTS


RELATED TO THE AMENDMENT 3 OPERATION
PARAMETERS
SMS settings SMS settings
Contents Description User Setting Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
G2.2 RUN CONFIGURATION
P2.2.22 FloorLevelSpeed 0 / Not used 0 / Not used
G2.3 BRAKE CONTROL
P2.3.3 BrakeExtSuperV 1 0 / Not Used (Note 1) 0 / Not Used (Note 1)
P2.3.4 MaxOpenTime 0,50 2,00 s
P2.3.5 MaxCloseTime 0,50 2,00 s
P2.3.6 BrakeExtSuperV 2 0 / Not Used 0 / Not Used
P2.3.7 BrakeSpaceTest 0 / No Action 0 / No Action
P2.3.8 MechBrakingSpace 500 500 mm
P2.3.9 SteadyLiftSpace 50 50 mm
Note 1 : See Chapter 4 – Step A.1

MONITOR
Contents Description
G1.2 INPUT – OUTPUT
DIN7 DIN8 DIN9 → (with NXOPTA3
V1.2.3
Brake Micro-switch 2 Brake Micro-switch 1 Run Enable Board)
G1.4 BRAKING A3
V1.4.1 Braking Space (mm)
V1.4.2 Mechanical Braking Space (mm)
V1.4.3 Steady Lift Space (mm)

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FAULTS
Code Description Indications / Remedies
One of the 2 Brake control inputs has not detected the
correct action of the correspondent micro-switch during
72 Brake Open NOK lifting, within the time set in P2.3.4.
Check in MONITOR, in V1.2.3, which is the micro-switch
that doesn’t work.
One of the 2 Brake control inputs has not detected the
correct action of the correspondent micro-switch during
73 Brake Close NOK dropping, within the time set in P2.3.5.
Check in MONITOR, in V1.2.3, which is the micro-switch
that doesn’t work.
In case of an emergency stop with the lift at speed, the
mechanical braking space is higher than the one set in the
76 Max Brake Space P2.3.8 parameter.
Verify the braking force of the safety brake.
With the inverter in stand-by (with no commands), the
77 Max Stop Space motor has shifted more than the space set in the P2.3.9
parameter.
During releveling,, the motor did not stop properly because
81 Floor Level NOK of an incorrect command sequence.

IMPORTANT
The above listed FAULTS CANNOT BE RESET SWITCHING THE INVERTER OFF AND ON AGAIN.
To restore the operation, you must hold the RESET push-button for at least 4 seconds, then
press RESET again.

For further information and advice contact:

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ANNEX NXP
USER MANUAL 7.1 19-02-2018
FOR PANEL WIRING
SPECIALISTS REL. DATE T.M. Check and Approval

1 – FOREWORD
This Annex is designed to offer additional assistance to persons utilising the TAKEDO-3VF NXP inverter
drive intending to install it in control panels of their own production.

2 – COMMAND CIRCUIT CONNECTION


2.1 INPUT and OUTPUT
All of the input signals can be set, except RUN UP (terminal 8) and RUN DOWN (terminal 9).
UP and DOWN inputs are also the ON/OFF signals of the inverter. Indeed, by disconnecting the direction
signal during run, the inverter switches off immediately.
NXOPTA1 board, 1st slot from left (A slot)
FACTORY DEFAULT
mors.2 DIN8 BRAKE CONTROL 2 P2.6.3.6 = DigIN: A.7
mors.4 DIN7 BRAKE CONTROL 2 P2.6.3.5 = DigIN: A.8
mors.8 DIN1 RUN <UP>
mors.9 DIN2 RUN <DOWN>
mors.10 DIN3 RUN NORMAL/EMERGENCY P2.10.2 = DigIN:A.3
mors.14 DIN4 HIGH SPEED <HS> P2.6.2.1 = DigIN:A.4
mors.15 DIN5 LOW SPEED <LS> P2.6.2.2 = DigIN:A.5
mors.16 DIN6 INSPECTION SPEED <MS> P2.6.2.3 = DigIN:A.6
mors.11 CMA COMMON for COMMANDS term.8-9-10 SUPPLY
The inverter is configured for
mors.17 CMB COMMON for COMMANDS term..14-15-16
POSITIVE LOGIC commands
mors.7-13 GND (terminals 11 and 17 connected to
GND) but selection for NEGATIVE
LOGIC is also possible through X3
mors.6-12 +24V (MAX. 250mA) jumpers on NXOPTA1 board (see
Figure 1)
mors.20 DO1 OPEN COLLECTOR Output 50mA 48V P2.7.1 = CONTACTOR
ANALOG Output
mors.18-19 AO1 P2.7.6.1 = BRAKE
(see paragraph ANALOG OUTPUT on page 3)

Factory
default

Figure 1 – X3 jumper configuration

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NXOPTA2 board, 2nd slot from left (B slot)
FACTORY DEFAULT
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 22-23 RO1 P2.7.6.6 = INVERTED FAULT
FAULT OR ALARM RELAY
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 25-26 RO2 P2.7.6.9 = BRAKE
BRAKE CONTROL RELAY

Alternatively - NXOPTA3 board, 2nd connector from left (slot B)


FACTORY DEFAULT
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 22-23 RO1 P2.7.6.6 = INVERTED FAULT
FAULT OR ALARM RELAY
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 25-26 RO2 P2.7.6.9 = BRAKE
BRAKE CONTROL RELAY
term. 28-29 DIN9 RUN ENABLE P2.6.3.4 = DigIN:A.9

NXOPTB5 board (optional, 3 relays), 4th slot from left (D slot)


FACTORY DEFAULT set
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 22-23 RO1 P2.7.7.1 = CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR CONTROL
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 25-26 RO2 P2.7.7.2 = DELAYED CONTACTOR
MOTOR BLOCK CONTACTOR CONTROL
N.O. contact output (125Vdc-0.4A)
term. 28-29 RO3 P2.7.7.3 = SPEED SUPERV.
SPEED DETECTOR CONTROL

The connections to the above terminals are explained in the example wirings at Paragraph 4.

2.2 OUTPUT SIGNALS


NXP inverter provides 4 output as standard:
- n° 2 RELAYS, normally used as inverter fault and brake control.
- n° 1 Open collector output , 24V - 50mA
- n° 1 Analog output 10V - 20mA

DIGITAL OUTPUTS
Digital outputs (relay or open collector) can be set for 17 different functions:
Inverter ready; 1 Motor thermal protection; 10
Inverter running; 2 Frequency supervisor 11
Fault; 3 Torque detector; 12
Inverted fault; 4 Brake command; 13
Overtemperature; 5 Brake command inverted; 14
External fault 6 Motor switch (contactors); 15
Alarm; 7 Block Motor Contactor control
Inverted Alarm; 8 (delayed motor switch – 2sec); 16
Inverter at settled speed; 9 Ropes to be replaced; 17

Digital output DO1 can be configured with the following parameters :


Par. Description m.u. Default Value
P2.7.1 Config uscitaDO1 / DO1 Content 15 / Motor switch
P2.7.2 Inversione DO1 / DO1 Inversion 0 / Not active
P2.7.3 Ritardo DO1 / DO1 Delay s 0
P2.7.4 LimiteVerif Freq / Freq Superv Limit 1 / Low limit
P2.7.5 ValueVerif Freq / Freq Superv Value Hz 30

If the digital output DO1 is used as speed detector, the threshold frequency of the detector can be set with
parameter P2.7.5, whereas with parameter P2.7.4 it is possible to detect whether the output is ON BELOW
this threshold (P2.7.4 = Low Limit) or if the output is ON ABOVE this threshold (P2.7.4 = High Limit).

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If more RELAY output are necessary for application, option board NXOPTB5, equipped with 3 output relays
with 125Vdc 0,4A contact, can be used.
The RO1, RO2 and RO3 relays can be programmed as any digital output, through the following parameters
(in the column “Default” the SMS setting is shown).
Par. Description u.d.m. Default Value
P2.7.7.1 Config uscitaOptR01 / Opt R01 Content 15 / Motor Switch
P2.7.7.2 Config uscitaOptR02 / Opt R02 Content 16 / MotSwitDelay
P2.7.7.3 Config uscitaOptR03 / Opt R03 Content s 11 / Freq Supervis
P2.7.7.4 LimiteVerif Freq / Freq Superv Limit 1 / Low Limit
P2.7.7.5 ValueVerif Freq / Freq Superv Value Hz 30

ANALOG OUTPUT
By means of parameter P2.7.6.1, the analog output (term. 18-19 – 20mA-10V) can be programmed to
several inverter values:
Output frequency Hz 1 Motor frequency
Frequency reference Hz 2 Frequency settled with parameters
Motor speed rpm 3 Calculated motor speed
Motor current Amps 4 Measured motor current
Motor torque % 5 Calculated torque / nominal motor torque
Motor power % 6 Calculated power / nominal motor power
Motor voltage V 7 Calculated motor voltage
DC link voltage V 8 Measured DC link voltage
Encoder speed rpm 9 Speed measured from encoder (real motor speed)

In addition, it can be programmed as digital output, following the table below:


Motor Contactor switch-off command
Motor Switch 10
(0.3 seconds after the inverter switch-off).
The output copies the motor switch control, but it goes off
Motor Switch Delayed 11
delayed 2 more seconds.
It copies the RO2 output status (NXOPTA2 Board),
Brake Command 12 you must use this output to control the BRAKE through the
NXBR1 option board.
If the output switches on, it means that the counter
Ropes to be replaced 13 measuring the cable bending cycles has reached the 0
value.
If the ANALOG OUTPUT is connected to a relay, this one must have a 12Vdc coil - 500Ω MAX.

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3 – COMMAND SEQUENCE WITHOUT ENABLE logic
SINGLE FLOOR RUN ADJUSTMENT
For fast lifts , if is not possible to reach the maximum
speed in a travel of one floor only , an intermediate
speed driven by control panel is not needed for this
short travel. Using parameters 2.2.19 and
SPEED 2.2.20, the travel will be done in the
ACC. fastest possible way. SEE NOTE 7.
DEC.

0.4 ÷ 1 sec.
2 sec.

0 n-1 n
TIME
Term. 14 - HS 1 floor

Term.14 - HS + floors

Term. 15 - LS
Term. 8 / 9 - UP/DOWN

TP/TP1

TB

TBM

ACTIVATED RELAY OR CONTACTOR / CLOSED CONTACT

READING KEY: TP, TP1 Motor Contactors UP, DOWN Up/down command
TB Brake contactor HS High speed
TBM Synchronous motor short-circuit LS Low speed
contactor

NOTES:
1. During start, power contactors have to close BEFORE setting the direction command to the inverter.
2. Mechanical brake contactor is directly driven by the inverter, for both start and stop.
3. At floor arrival, a delay time is needed from brake closing command to the deactivation of UP/DOWN
commands , that are the commands for the forced shut down of the inverter.
After a further delay at least 0.3sec the contactors TP, TP1 have to open. To be totally sure to open
contactors when stop sequence is terminated (the current from inverter to motor is 0), you can use the Open
Collector output or the 18-19 output or a relay output of the option boards,set as “Motor Switch”.
If the UP/DOWN commands, and thereby the motor contactors, open during the stop sequence while
the drive is still switched ON, the Alarm code 68 = CONTACTOR EARLY OPENING appears. After 20
alarms the inverter goes in FAULT mode, because the repeated trip of this alarm causes the inverter
break-down and an early damage of the contactors.
4. To move the motor, it is necessary to get simultaneously:
- A run command (UP or DOWN)
- A speed level, different from 0Hz
If case of lack of one of these command inverter won’t start and mechanical brake won’t open.
5. If, at floor arrival, after brake closing, a run command remains active for more than 5 sec, warning “59 –
Wrong run” it will appear: you have to reset it with “RESET” key.
6. The direction commands (Up or Down) are the “ON/OFF” commands for the inverter.
If , during run , the direction command is missing, the inverter immediately shut down the output
power and makes the brake to close.
This feature is very important to preserve inverter’s lifetime.
7. Single floor run requires the command sequence to be exactly as shown in the drawing, meaning that
only input 14 is active in High Speed and only input 15 is active in Low Speed: any other combination
does not enable the single floor run control.
8. TAKEDO-3VF NXP can also work in “EMERGENCY” mode, when the mains power supply fails.
For further details, see Paragraph <EMERGENCY OPERATION>.
For the connections to the inverter, see the following chapter <APPLICATION EXAMPLES> of this
Annex.
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4 – COMMAND SEQUENCE WITH ENABLE logic
It is possible to dedicate one input to the function “run enable” (ENABLE), which is particularly suitable to
facilitate motor contactor control. Indeed, the contactors of motor and short-circuit (delayed) which is present
in synchronous motors, are directly driven by the inverter.
To enable this function, it is necessary to set parameter P2.6.3.4 = DigIN:A.7 / A.8 / A.9:
A.7 if terminal 2 of NXOPTA1 board is used as input
A.8 if terminal 4 of NXOPTA1 board is used as input
A.9 if terminals 28-29 of NXOPTA3 board are used as input
and connect the NO auxiliary contacts of the motor contactors to the selected input, as shown in the diagram
laid out in Par. 5.2 for terminals 28 – 29.
SINGLE FLOOR RUN ADJUSTMENT
For fast lifts , if is not possible to reach the maximum
speed in a travel of one floor only , an intermediate
speed driven by control panel is not needed for this
short travel. Using parameters 2.2.19 and
SPEED 2.2.20, the travel will be done in the
ACC. fastest possible way. SEE NOTE 6.
DEC.
0.4 ÷ 1 sec.
2 sec.

n-1 n TIME
Term. 14 - HS 1 floor

Term.14 - HS + floors

Term. 15 - LS
Term. 8 / 9 - UP/DOWN

TP/TP1 & ENABLE

TB

TBM

ACTIVATED RELAY OR CONTACTOR / CLOSED CONTACT


LEGEND: TP, TP1 Power contactors UP, DOWN Up/down command
TB Brake contactor AV High speed
TBM Synchronous motor short-circuit BV Low speed
contactor
NOTES:
1. At start, if a run command is active (up/down – terminals 8/9), with any speed level (terminals 14/15/16)
or with any combination of the 3 inputs, contactor relay and delayed contactor relay switch on;
subsequently, the contactor energization activates the ENABLE command (run enable): by doing so, the
inverter is unlocked and the sequence starts.
If the ENABLE command does not switch on within 2 sec. from the activation of the contactor command
output, the alarm code “69 – No enable” appears.
2. The mechanical brake contactor is directly driven by the inverter, both for start and stop.
3. At floor arrival, there is the electric stop of the motor even if up / down commands switch off together with
the low speed command, but you have to provide that the following sequence is executed:
start with active high speed (AV); during slowdown AV switches off and low speed (BV) switches on, the
BV falls at floor arrival;
the car stops and the brake closes, the contactors are disabled and the ENABLE signal opens.
During stop, with inactive low speed, the ON / OFF command of the inverter only shows the ENABLE
signal.
If a different speed level is used to reach the desired floor, by disabling the up / down commands the
inverter shuts down immediately.
4. If the ENABLE signal remains active for more than 2 seconds from the contactor command deactivation,
the alarm code “78 – Time Out Enable” is shown. It can be reset by pressing the “RESET” button on the
keypad.

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5. Run commands (UP or DOWN) (with the exception of the stopping sequence, as previously
explained) and ENABLE commands are also the ON/OFF commands for the inverter.
If, during run, run command or ENABLE command are missing, the inverter immediately shuts
down and the brake closes.
This feature is very important for the inverter’s lifetime.
6. Single floor runs requires the command sequence to be exactly as shown in the drawing, meaning that
only input 14 is active in High Speed and only input 15 is active in Low Speed: any other combination
does not enable the single floor run control.
7. TAKEDO-3VF NXP can also work in “EMERGENCY” mode, when the mains power supply fails.
For further details, see Paragraph <EMERGENCY OPERATION>.
For the connections to the inverter, see the following chapter <APPLICATION EXAMPLES> of this
Annex.

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CONTACTORSI SHIELDED
SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1 CABLE
U
R L1
M
3 – PHASE V 3-PH
LINE S L2
W
T L3

TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING
RESISTOR
HIGH SPEED R-
14
LOW SPEED TAKEDO
15 (OPTION)
B- ENERGY
5.1 – ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR

INSPECTION SPEED
WITHOUT ENABLE LOGIC

16
UP
8 (+) 18
DOWN
9 NXOPTA1 (-) 19
5 – BASIC APPLICATION DIAGRAMS

BOARD

+24Vdc OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT


I<250mA SHIELDED CABLE I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
6 12
TP TP1 CONTCTOR OFF COMMAND
20 or SPEED DETECTOR
DO1

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Programmable through par. 2.7.1
(Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
7(GND)

23 SHIELDED CABLE
A+ YELOW 1 (OPTION) FAULT RELAY
BLUE ENCODER Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
A- 2 BOARD 22
B+ GREEN 3 NXOPTA4 RO1
ORANGE 4 (LIine driver)
B- NXOPTA2
or BOARD
- BLACK 25 SHIELDED CABLE
9 NXOPTA5 + OPERATION
(Push-pull)
RED 26
10
+ RO2
SHIELDED CABLE TB BRAKE CONTACTOR
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc

NOTE 1: ENCODER BOARD IS NOT PRESENT N.B.: THE FILTER AND REACTANCE ARE – OPERATION
INSTALLED INSIDE THE INVERTER.

7
IN OPEN LOOP VERSION.
TO ENSURE OPTIMUM EMC COMPATIBILITY,
NOTE 2: CABLE COLOURS REFER TO INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES MUST BE
LIKA I58H ENCODER SHIELDED.
8
CONTACTORS SHIELDED
SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1 CABLE
U
R L1
M
3 – PHASE V 3-PH
LINE S L2
W
T L3

TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING
RESISTOR
HIGH SPEED R-
14
LOW SPEED TAKEDO
15 (OPTION)
B- ENERGY
INSPECTION SPEED
16
UP
8 (+) 18
DOWN
9 (-) 19
+24Vdc
6 I<250mA
BRAKE MICRO 2 NXOPTA1 OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
2 BOARD SHIELDED CABLE
BRAKE MICRO 1 I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
4 12
CONTCTOR OFF COMMAND
3 20 or SPEED DETECTOR
R DO1

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5 Programmable through par. 2.7.1
R = 1K2Ω 1/4W (Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
7(GND)
SHIELDED CABLE
22
YELLOW
5.2 – ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITH ENABLE LOGIC AND

A+ 1 (OPTION) FAULT RELAY


BLUE ENCODER RO1 23 Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
A- 2 BOARD
B+ GREEN 3 NXOPTA4
25
ORANGE 4 (LIine driver) + OPERATION
B-
or RO2
- BLACK 26
9 NXOPTA5
BRAKE MICRO CONTROL IN COMPLIANCE WITH AMENDMENT 3

(Push-pull) TP TP1
RED NXOPTA3 TB BRAKE CONTACTOR
10 BOARD Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
+ 29
SHIELDED CABLE
– OPERATION

NOTE 1: ENCODER BOARD IS NOT PRESENT N.B.: THE FILTER AND REACTANCE ARE
IN OPEN LOOP VERSION. INSTALLED INSIDE THE INVERTER.
TO ENSURE OPTIMUM EMC COMPATIBILITY,
NOTE 2: CABLE COLOURS REFER TO INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES MUST BE
LIKA I58H ENCODER SHIELDED.
SHIELDED
CONTACTORS CABLE
SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1
U TBM
R L1
M
3 – PHASE V 3-PH
LINE S L2
W TBM
T L3

TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING TAKEDO
RESISTOR ENERGY
HIGH SPEED R-
14
B- (OPTION)
LOW SPEED BRAKE Command
15 analog output AO1 18
INSPECTION SPEED Set to
16 P2.7.6.1 = Brake 19
TP TP1 BRAKE
UP
8 18 19 + 207Vdc
DOWN NXBR1 Board - I max 3A
9
(option).
+24Vdc ~
6 I<250mA BRAKE
BRAKE MICRO 2 ECONOMIZER ~
230Vac
2 OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT
BRAKE MICRO 1 SHIELDED CABLE I<50mA D.C. ; V=24 Vdc
4 12
CONTCTOR OFF COMMAND
3 20 or SPEED DETECTOR
R DO1
5 Programmable through par. 2.7.1
R = 1K2Ω 1/4W (Default = MOTOR SWITCH)
7(GND)

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GREY*
SHIELDED CABLE
ENCODER DATA+* 22
1
HEIDENHAIN DATA-* PINK* FAULT RELAY
2 RO1
VIOLET*
5.3 – SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITH ENABLE LOGIC AND

ECN 113 / 413 CLOCK+* 23 Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc


3
CLOCK-* YELLOW*
4
* = Signals not A+ GREEN / BLACK ENCODER 25
5 BOARD + OPERATION
to be connected A- YELLOW / BLACK
for sin-cos 6 NXOPTBE RO2
B+ BLUE / BLACK 26
encoder 7 or
B- RED / BLACK
8 NXOPTBB TP1
GND WHITE / GREEN SCHEDA 28 TP
9 TBM MOTOR BLOCK
+ALIM. BROWN / GREEN NXOPTA3 CONTACTOR
BRAKE MICRO CONTROL IN COMPLIANCE WITH AMENDMENT 3

10 29
Imax<400mA ; Vmax<=125 Vdc
– OPERATION
SHIELDED CABLE
N.B.: THE FILTER AND REACTANCE ARE
INSTALLED INSIDE THE INVERTER.
TO ENSURE OPTIMUM EMC COMPATIBILITY,
INPUT AND OUTPUT CABLES MUST BE

9
SHIELDED.
6 – EMERGENCY OPERATION
TAKEDO-3VF NXP can work supplied by batteries, or by an UPS (uninterruptible power supply), or by any
off-grid power supply, to move the car and bring it to the floor in case of mains power supply failure.
NXP inverter performs the emergency operation whenever terminal 10 input of NXOPTA1 board is
activated.
By activating this input, the message CAR SPEED and RUN DIRECTION of the car (up/down – V1.3.1) is
displayed, in order to allow the operator – if any – to directly and effectively control the car movement.
This monitoring is crucial in CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH-BUTTON emergency operation, that is when
the operation is carried out by the operator who MANUALLY controls the car movement (see Par. 6.5).
The emergency operation of the inverter is adjusted through GROUP 10 parameters (G2.10).
Emergency operation (Parameter P2.10.1) can be carried out as follows:
NOT USED no emergency operation is enabled.
MANUAL the car moves in the direction indicated by the command received by the inverter.
AUTOMATIC the inverter tries to drive the motor in both directions, then chooses the most favorable
direction.
TORQUE TEST the inverter, when the brake opens, checks the favorable torque direction and moves the
car in that direction (used in gearless systems).
BATTERY SAVE – FOR GEARLESS SYSTEMS ONLY
the inverter only monitors the car speed and if the latter exceeds the threshold set in
P2.10.10 the brake opens and then closes, bringing the car to the floor with an
“intermittent” motion.
However, if the car load/counterweight is balanced and the car speed is lower than the
level set in P2.10.11, after a certain period of time (P2.10.12) the brake closes, the TBM
short-circuit contactor is activated (this must always be installed in gearless systems with
synchronous motor), then the inverter power stage automatically switches on and the car
is brought to the floor at the speed set in P2.10.9.
We recommend you to set the parameter “Motor Control Emergency Operation” P2.10.11.1=“Frequency” for
ASYNCHRONOUS motors, whereas it is compulsory to set P2.10.11.1=”Closed Loop” for SYNCHRONOUS
motors.
6.1 – MINIMUM VOLTAGE AND POWER SUPPLY FOR EMERGENCY OPERATION
If the power supply voltage (inputs L1 and L2 – see the diagram in par. 6.2) is provided by batteries with a
voltage lower than 200V, it is necessary to use the optional board NXEM1 (supplied and connected by SMS),
that shall be supplied with 230Vac – 50Hz (maximum power required 300mA).
The batteries minimum voltage is as follows:
48V for asynchronous motors with selection of the favorable run direction (“Automatic” emergency
operation)
96V for asynchronous motors with forced run in the desired direction (“Manual” emergency operation)
>96V for gearless synchronous motors the batteries minimum voltage is 96V, although in most cases this
voltage is not sufficient.
To make sure it works, it is necessary to ask the motor manufacturer what are the voltage and the
minimum current necessary for the motor to remain idle at the brake opening with rated load.

If the power supply voltage (inputs L1 and L2) is provided by a secondary power supply, 230/400Vac 50Hz
single phase or 3-phase, THE NXEM1 BOARD IS NOT NECESSARY.
The power that is to be taken from the secondary power supply depends solely on the power of the motor
installed. Generally, power between 20% and 40% of the motor power is enough.
To make sure it works, ask the motor manufacturer, as previously explained for the batteries.
The necessary power can be reduced by using the emergency mode “BATTERY SAVE”, thus accepting the
“intermittent” motion when the car is empty or at full load.

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BATTERY OR UPS
SUPPLY
Ke2 Ke
CONTACTORS SHIELDED
SHIELDED
SHIELDED CABLE CABLE TP TP1 CABLE
U
R L1
TO THE
THREE-PHASE V ASYNCHRONOUS
LINE S L2
OR
W SYNCHRONOUS
T L3 MOTOR
Ke
TAKEDO 3VF EARTH CABLE

NXP
B+
SHIELDED CABLE BRAKING
R- RESISTOR
14

15 EMERGENCY AC For the emergency operatiom,


BOARD these terminals must be connected
16 NXEM1 AC to the voltage 220VAC (I>300mA).
Ke2
8 18

9 NXOPTA1 19
EMERGENCY OPERATION BOARD
10
Ke2 +24Vdc
I<250mA

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6 12

20
6.2 – APPLICATION EXAMPLE OF THE EMERGENCY OPERATION

7(GND)

NXOPTA2/A3
ENCODER BOARD
BOARD

11
6.3 – COMMAND SEQUENCE FOR EMERGENCY OPERATION
Be sure that mains power and emergency power (batteries or UPS) can’t be never simultaneous, and
the exchange between one to the other power is delayed at least by a 2 seconds interval.
1) After a few seconds from mains supply failure, it is necessary to cut out the mains power of the inverter
(terminals L1 L2 L3) and the mains power of the control panel (contactor Ke energized).
2) After about 2 seconds (contactor Ke2 energized), L1 - L2 terminals of the inverter have to be powered
with desired battery voltage; the control panel has to be re-supplied (through an auxiliary inverter), if
necessary, power the NXEM1 board placed inside the inverter with a voltage ≥ 220Vac (<290Vac), and
close the contact on terminal 10 to indicate to the inverter that the emergency operation is required.
3) The control panel can now start its operation like in normal condition. With a car call or with a reset
operation, the control panel will provide the run and speed level commands to the inverter: lift will be bring
the car to the desired floor if the parameter P2.10.1 = “Manual” and if voltage and auxiliary power allow
for it, or to the first encountered floor in the most favourable direction if parameter P2.10.1 = “Automatic”,
or “Torque Test” or “Battery Save”.
4) At the end of the emergency operations, inverter have to be un-powered from the auxiliary supply, and
also NXEM1 and the auxiliary inverter for control panel supply has to be un-powered (contactor Ke2 de-
energized).
5) After 2 seconds more, inverter power and control panel power have to be connected again to the mains
(through Ke de-energization) to permit the normal operation restart.
In case of mains power restart during emergency, it is recommended to bring to the end the emergency
cycle.

The following diagram illustrates the sequence of the operations above mentioned:

Ke 3 ÷ 4 secs. ~ 2 secs.

Ke2 ~ 2 secs. 4 ÷ 8 secs.


DOOR OPENING
TIME

EMERGENCY
COMMAND
(mors. 10)
SPEED
COMMAND’
(mors. 14/15)
ELECTRIC STOP
DIRECTION delay ~ 1 sec.
COMMAND
(mors. 8/9) BRAKE
STOP
END OF
MAINS STOP AT EMERGENCY
FAILURE FLOOR CYCLE
RETE

6.4 – EMERGENCY OPERATION WITHOUT NXEM1 BOARD


As already explained in Paragraph 6.1, the emergency operation can also be executed without the NXEM1
board, using batteries with high voltage (200V or higher) or a 230/400Vac UPS, either single phase or
3-phase.
If the batteries voltage is lower than 200V but equal to or higher than 96V, it is still possible NOT to install the
NXEM1 board, but you have to provide a circuit as the one explained below.
IMPORTANT: The NXEM1 board can only be eliminated in inverters with a rated current up to 27A,
whereas it is always necessary in more powerful inverters.

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Be sure that mains power and emergency power (batteries) can’t be never simultaneous, and the
exchange between one to the other power is delayed at least by a 2 seconds interval.
Plese follow carefully the indications below,
looking to the figure on the left :

230VAC
1) After a few seconds from mains supply
failure, it is necessary to cut off the mains
Ke power of the inverter and of the control
panel. On the left figure, the energization
of Ke contactor cuts off the inverter
power and closes the contact between
Ke Ke2 terminals 6/10, to indicate to the inverter
96V that the emergency operation is required.
2) After about 2 second from Ke
energization, power again the control
panel and activate the RT relay that has
to remain active for 3 seconds, so that
RT during this time the terminals L2 – L3 are
supplied with 230Vac voltage. Once RT
relay is de-energized, Ke2 contactor will
energize, powering L1-L2 terminals with
battery voltage. ,.
L1 L2 L3 10
10 3) The control panel can now start its
Ke operation like in normal condition. With a
6
6
car call or with a reset operation, the
U V W control panel will provide the run and
speed level commands to the inverter: lift
CONTATTORI
CONTACTORS will be bring to the desired floor if
parameter 2.10.1 = 1 (Manual), or to the
U
V
W first encountered floor in the most
favourable direction if parameter
M
2.10.1 = 2 (Automatic)
3~

4) At the end of the emergency operations, inverter has to be un-powered from batteries (contactor Ke2 de-
energized).
5) After 2 seconds more, inverter power and control panel power have to reconnected be to the mains
(through Ke de-energizion) to permit the normal operation restart.
In case of mains power restart during emergency, it is recommended to bring to the end the emergency
cycle.
6.5 – CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY CONTROL
Regardless of the value set in P2.10.1, for the synchronous motors you can enable an other type of
emergency operation, the CONSTANT PRESSURE PUSH BUTTON EMERGENCY, that switches on
automatically, in emergency mode, if both the UP and DOWN inputs are activated.
To enable this operation, you must supply only the control logic of the drive (NXEM1 board), set the
parameter P2.10.10 “Constant pressure push-button emergency maximum speed” different from 0, activate
the emergency input and, subsequently, the up and down commands, both at the same time.
The inverter will activate the brake command output only, while the control panel must supply the brake
circuit with the proper voltage and, if necessary, make a by-bass on the main motor contactors in the brake
circuit.
These operations enables the brake opening so that the car runs in the direction where the motor is pulled
by the load; the TBM contactor, which makes a short-circuit between the motor windings at stop, doesn’t
energize, so that the car runs at reduced speed.
Moreover, the inverter checks the car speed doesn’t exceed the speed limit set in P2.10.10:
in case the car speed goes over this limit, the inverter makes the brake to close, then makes it to open again
after a few seconds, and goes on this way, with a jogging operation, until the up/down commands stay on,
allowing the car to stop at a floor level without reaching a dangerous speed.
The control panel manufacturer should provide the appropriate audio-visual signalizations, to give warning
the car has reached the floor, while the inverter shows on the display the direction and speed of the car that
is moving (V1.3.1)..

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7 – USAGE OF A WEIGHT SYSTEM MEASUREMENT
At the brake opening, in a GEARLESS motor system (asynchronous or synchronous motor), the motor has
to quickly reach the maximum torque with a quick current injection, to avoid counter-rotations.
In permanent magnet synchronous motor this current injection can cause noise which can be annoying if the
system is installed in hotels, hospitals, etc.
To avoid the noise, it is necessary to set on the inverter the torque, and therefore the current, necessary for
the motor to stay idle at the brake opening; this is possible only by applying to the system a weighing device
that weights the car load at every start.
Takedo 3VF-NXP is equipped with an analog input able to read the signal transmitted by the weighing
system of the car load so as to optimize the startup torque.
The weighing system can be adjusted through the parameters of the GROUP “G2.11 STARTUP
TORQUE”(see USER MANUAL – Paragraph 7.6.3).
The “STARTUP TORQUE” mode is available for CLOSED LOOP adjustment, both for asynchronous motors
and permanent magnet synchronous motors.

EXAMPLE OF WIRING DIAGRAM


The following wiring example uses the AI2 analog input (terminal 4).

CAR LOAD WEIGHT


SYSTEM

Note : Wiring in case of lack of brake


control input . In this case terminal 5
(AI2-) have not to be connected together
with terminals 3 and 7.

4 (AI2+) Vmax = 10Vdc


Signal
conditioner NXOPTA1
(if required) Board
5 (AI2-/GND)

The analog output of the load cell must be connected to the terminals 4 (AI2+) and 5 (AI2-/GND) , making
the jumper setting following the drawing below:

Factory
Settings

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8 –PASSWORD PROTECTED PARAMETERS:
In addition to the parameters described in the TAKEDO-3VF NXS/NXP USER MANUAL, there are
password protected parameters: the modifiable ones have to be changed with attention.
The access password has to be settled in parameter P2.1.10 (contact SMS).
IMPORTANT : Parameters with grey background have not to be modified.
SMS settings SMS Default
Index Description User settings Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
G2.4 DRIVE CONTROL
P 2.4.1 Brake Chopper 2 / Run Test 2 / Run Test
P 2.4.2 Reserved 0 0
P 2.4.3 Undervolt Contr 0 / Off 0 / Off
P 2.4.4 SpecialPowerUnit 0 / No 0 / No (*)
P 2.4.5 UPS Overload 150 150 (*) %
P 2.4.6 Power Meas % 80 80
G2.6 INPUT SIGNALS
P 2.6.1 Start/Stop Logic 0 / Forw - Rev 0 / Forw - Rev
P 2.6.2.1 Speed Sel Input1 DigIN:A.4 DigIN:A.4
P 2.6.2.2 Speed Sel Input2 DigIN:A.5 DigIN:A.5
P 2.6.2.3 Speed Sel Input3 DigIN:A.6 DigIN:A.6
P 2.6.2.4 StableDinTime 300 300 ms
P 2.6.3.1 Ext Fault Close DigIN:0.1 DigIN:0.1
P 2.6.3.2 Ext Fault Open DigIN:0.1 DigIN:0.1
P 2.6.3.3 Fault Reset DigIN:0.1 DigIN:0.1
P 2.6.3.4 Run Enable DigIN:0.1 DigIN:A.9
P 2.6.3.5 BrakeExt SuperV1 DigIN:0.1 DigIN:A.8
P 2.6.3.6 BrakeExt SuperV2 DigIN:0.1 DigIN:A.7
G2.8 PROTECTIONS
P 2.8.1 External Fault 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.2 Input Phase Supv 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.3 UVolt Fault Resp 1 / No History 1 / No History
P 2.8.4 OutputPh. Superv 0 / No Action 0 / No Action
P 2.8.5 Earth fault 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.6 Motor Therm Prot 2 / Fault 0 / No Action
P 2.8.7 MTP AmbTempFact 0,0 0,0 %
P 2.8.8 MTP 0Hz Cooling 40,0 40,0 %
P 2.8.9 MTP MotTimeConst 45 45 min
P 2.8.10 MTP MotDutyCycle 100 100 %
P 2.8.11 Stall Protection 2 / Fault 0 / No Action
P 2.8.12 Stall Current 1,8 * I Inverter 1,8 * I Inverter A
P 2.8.13 Stall Time Lim 6,00 6,00 s
P 2.8.14 Stall Freq Lim 6,00 6,00 Hz
P 2.8.15 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.16 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.17 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.18 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.19 ThermistorF.Resp 0 / No Action 0 / No Action
P 2.8.20 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.21 SlotComFaultResp 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
P 2.8.22 Reserved 0 0
P 2.8.23 Speed Fault 2 / Fault 0 / No Action
P 2.8.24 Speed Error Lim 1/10 of motor rated f 1/10 of motor rated f Hz
P 2.8.25 Speed Error Time 2,00 0,00 s
P 2.8.26 Over Torq Fault 0 / No Action 0 / No Action
P 2.8.27 Torq SuperV time 0,00 0,00 s
P 2.8.28 RunErrorResponse 1 / Warning 1 / Warning
P 2.8.29 LowCurrResponse 1 / Warning 1 / Warning
P 2.8.30 LevellingRespons 1 / Warning 1 / Warning
P 2.8.31 UnitTemperatSens 0 / Active 0 / Active

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Index Description SMS settings SMS Default User settings Unit
(AsynchMotor) (PermMagnSync)
P 2.8.32 Max Overspeed 110,0 110,0 %
P 2.8.33 AdvancContFault 20 20
P 2.8.34 LowRefResponse 2 / Fault 2 / Fault
1 / Disabled 0 / Enabled – For
Endat encoders
1 / Disabled – For
P 2.8.35 EncoderSupervis sin-cos encoders
P 2.8.36 PMSM Phase Check 1,0 1,0 %
G2.9 AUTO RESTART
P 2.9.1 Wait Time 3,00 3,00 s
P 2.9.2 Trial Time 60,00 60,00 s
P 2.9.3 Start Function 0 / Ramping 0 / Ramping
P 2.9.4 Undervolt. Tries 2 2 x
P 2.9.5 Overvolt. Tries 2 2 x
P 2.9.6 Overcurr. Tries 0 0 x
P 2.9.7 MotTempF Tries 2 2 x
P 2.9.8 Ext.Fault Tries 2 2 x
P 2.9.9 Stall Tries 3 3 x
P 2.9.10 SpeedError Tries 3 3 x
P 2.9.11 OverTorque Tries 3 3 x
G2.11 START TORQUE
P 2.11.1 StartUp Torque 0 / Not Used 0 / Not Used
P 2.11.2 StartupTorq Time 1000 1000 ms
P 2.11.3 Startup Torq Up 30,0 30,0 %
P 2.11.4 Startup Torq Dw 30,0 30,0 %
P 2.11.5 Torq Ref Select 1 / AI1 1 / A1
P 2.11.6 Full Load Level 100,00 100,00 %
P 2.11.7 No Load Level 0,00 0,00 %
P 2.11.8 Balance Level 50,00 50,00 %
P 2.11.9 Full Load Torque 80,0 80,0 %
P 2.11.10 No Load Torque 80,0 80,0 %
P 2.11.11 TorqueBrakeClose 30,0 30,0 %
G2.12 LICENSE KEY
P 2.12.1 License Key 0 0

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