Pitagora 4.0

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Safety and usage cautions

Before installing our products, we recommend you to consult the section about safety and usage cautions at the link below.

INSTALLATION

The control panel must be installed indoors with a pollution degree of no more than 2.

The enclosure of the control panel has an IP2X degree of protection.

The installation and maintenance of the control panel must be done by qualified and experienced personnel after careful reading of the manuals and electrical diagrams supplied with the control panel.

Electrical protection must be carried out by means of Automatic circuit breaker and earth-leakage protection coordinated with the earthing system which are the responsibility of the customer unless otherwise specifically requested.

Refer to the electrical diagram supplied with the control panel for the following protection circuits:

  • magnetothermic protection of the motor circuit
  • magnetothermic protection of the safety circuit
  • protection by fuses of all the other circuits

Measures for protection against electric shock:

  • The control panel casing is metallic and must be connected to EARTH as indicated in the wiring diagram supplied with the control panel.
  • The command and control circuits (24V) are galvanically separated from the electrical network as indicated in the electrical diagram supplied with the control panel.
  • The safety circuit is galvanically separated from the electrical network as indicated in the electrical diagram supplied with the control panel.

MAINTENANCE

For the maintenance of the control panel, refer to the manuals provided with the control panel and check the status of the batteries of the alarm circuits and of the return to floor circuit (if present) during the periodic inspections of the system.

For the transport and handling of the control panel, refer to the instructions on the packaging.

Description of PB 4.0 motherboard

The control board of the Pitagora 4.0 system is based on 32-bit electronic technology and operates all types of electric and hydraulic lifts. Serial and/or parallel connections to pushbutton panels (cabin and floor) may be added. It is particularly suitable for VVVF electrical installations, also those equipped with the elevator car uncontrolled movement system (Amendment A3 or EN81-20 / 50).

Main functions

  • Control of any kind of electrical and hydraulic system
  • Up to 28 floors with serial control and up to 12 floors with parallel control
  • CAN Bus serial line to connect display and serial Landing Operating Panels
  • CAN Bus serial line for the serial elevator car communication
  • APB; Down Collective, Full Collective
  • Multiplex (max 6) systems control
  • Alternative or selective door control on through or adjacent access systems
  • Lift position control by magnetic contacts, incremental DMG shaft encoder, motor encoder or ELGO LIMAX 33 CP Absolute Positioning System
  • Programming/diagnostic Interface, on board and/or remote.
  • Status diagnostic, errors, failures and I/O status
  • VVVF parameters and diagnostics handling (only FUJI FRENIC LIFT LM2)
  • Advanced control of VVVF with speed, comfort and precision stop control
  • Software upgrading via USB Device
  • RS232 serial line for PC and GPRS modem connection
  • Compatibility with all DMG products
  • Compatibility with all the +A3 solutions for electrical and hydraulic systems
  • Protection of shaft access (Unauthorized Shaft Access)

Specifications and descriptions of inputs and outputs

The 4.0 Mother Board contains hardware and software that allows control of the elevator and all its peripherals. Through the integrated and/or remote programming modules it allows access to all available features. Inputs and outputs are connected to all electronic and electromechanical devices in the controller and in the lift.

Integrated Programming Module

The Mother Board has a removable programming module that allows viewing and editing of all the basic parameters for the control panel management and configuration. In VVVF’s version, also FUJI’s parameters of the basic (menu VVVF BASE) and advanced (VVVF ADVANCED menu) configuration may be viewed and edited.

For details of the programming module operation and an extensive management system menu, see paragraph changing system parameters.

Remote programming module

An alternative way to access the configuration menu of the controller, in the view/modification mode, is by connecting the removable keypad of the DMG V3 Playboard (PlayPad), to the connector PLP V3, mounted on the Lift Control Board.

This module can be connected in various ways:

  • Connected directly
  • Connected by a dedicated extension cable directly on the board (in the engine room)
  • Connected to the board on the elevator car roof (TOC) in the case of lifts with DMG pre-wired serial devices.

Fusion APP

An alternative way to access the controller is based on Fusion App.

Mother Board 4.0

On mother board are present 6 leds for a easy diagnostic:

LED1: (Green led) CAN Multiplex termination active: led switch off when MULX board is connected (termination automatically moves on MULX board of first and last multiplex controller).

LED2: (Green led) CAN Cabine termination active: led switch off when an optional board (PIT8 / 16IO / 16RL) is connected inside controller (termination automatically moves on last optional board).

LED3: (RGB led) color of this led gives info on the internal status of lift according following table:

ColorStatus
Led offThe system is performing the reset procedure
GreenThe system is in normal operation mode
YellowThe system is in inspection mode
PinkThe system is in temporary operations mode
PurpleThe system is out of service (parking of cabin)
CyanThe system is running in priority mode (LOP / CAR)
RedThe system is operating in Fire-fighters mode
WhiteThe system is performing the emergency procedure
BlueThe system is performing the elevator car drift control procedure

LED4: (Yellow led) led blinks when board is running.

LED5: (Green led) led on gives the status of SE5 safety chain

LED6: (Red led):

Led OffNo fault active
Led FlashingOne (or more) fault active
Led OnLocking fault active
FJ1FUJI Interface
J4FUJI Analog / Serial
J6Parallel Signals
J8UCM Circuit
J9Relevelling Circuit
J10Light Curtain / >|<
J11Safety Chain
J12Multiplex CAN
J13Car at Floor
J14Hydro Command
J15EN81-21 Circuit
J16Encoder Position
J18Environment Temperature
J19PME Panel
J20Out Spare
J21Emergency Circuit
J22Motor Relay
J23Brake Relay
J25Batteries Test
J26Optional Boards
M1Power Supply

Controller power supply

Power supply from a commercial stabilized power supplier.

The negative terminal of the power circuits and the battery charger must be connected to the ground.

Internal Clock power supply: Super Capacitor (autonomy of 5 days without power supply).

Encoder Position

Positioning system based on an incremental encoder:

  • DMG Shaft Encoder or
  • Motor Encoder (only for VVVF Gearless Motor Lift)

In case of Absolute Encoder Positioning system this connector is not used.

Relevelling Circuit

Circuit to make Door Safety Contact Bypass for:

  • Pre opening and/or
  • Re-levelling

In case of Absolute Encoder Positioning system this connector is not used.

The circuit management of the re-leveling operation consists of a Safety Module and a Safety Relay.

This circuit allows by-pass of the safety contacts of doors, thereby permitting movement of the cab with doors open at reduced speed in the permitted area (unlocking doors area) in the case of lowering the level of the elevator car, not precise elevator car stopping, or doors pre-opening. The ISO output closes to GND.

  • ISO output (safety relay contact by-pass doors) open collector Max 24V 100mA
  • Input CCISO (Monitor ISO safety relay) closure to GND (NC) I = 5mA
  • Input TISO (Monitor Safty module) closure to GND (NC) I = 5mA
  • S11-S12 (free contact) close when ISO1 is closed

The Second enable signal for the Safety module comes directly from a second sensor (ISO2) and it must close to GND.

Optional Board

DMG Optional board for:

  • Parallel Prewired Pushbuttons (PIT8)
  • 16 relays output Board (16RL): The expansion card is necessary in particular to drive parallel displays (1 Wire / Floor, 1 Wire / Segment, Gray Code, binary) as the direct outputs available
  • 16 Input/Output Board (16IO)

Emergency Circuit

Circuit for complete Emergency or Evacuation with Brake opening.

PME Panel

Connection to the Control Panel inside the cabinet.

Parallel Signal

Connection to the APPO Board. It includes all parallel signals available on the terminal block inside the control panel

Environmental Temperature

Connection to the Environmental Temperature Sensor.

To use the Environment Temperature Control function the DMG temperature sensor module (Cod. Q40.SND). This function stops the system when the temperature of the engine room drops below the minimum or increases above the maximum set threshold.

Multiplex CAN

Connection to the MULX Board. It includes the CAN line for Multiplex installations.

For further information on connections and parameters see ANNEX I.

Light curtains and Close door button

Use only in completely parallel Configuration. Connection to the screw terminal of cabinet.

UCM Circuit

Connection to the circuit for UCM solution.

For further information on connections and parameters see ANNEX VIII

Batteries Test

Connection to the CHAR Board. It includes the signals for:

  • Low Batteries
  • Phase sequence (only Hydro)
  • Backup mode

Output Spare

Generic Output used for special functions.

Safety Chain

Connection to the SECU Board. It includes the 7 points reading from the safety chain. The system is based on an opto insulated circuit connected to earth (Inside SEC Board):

  • Input SE0 <-> SE6 opto-insulated 48 Vdc

Above the safety circuit, a suitably sized magnetic circuit breaker (Imax = 0,5 A) must be provided.

  • SE0 is the start point of Safety chain (after DIS Protection inside the controller)
  • SE1 controls SHAFT STOP zone and PIT Inspection Box
  • SE2 controls Top of elevator car STOP and TOC Inspection Box
  • SE3 controls Limit Switches, Safety Gear, Overspeed Governor
  • SE4 controls FLOOR PRELIMINARY LOCKS
  • SE5 controls FLOOR LOCKS
  • SE6 controls CAR DOORS and Pre-triggered’s contact systems

If the limit switch, or Overspeed governor or Safety Gear is activated (safety chain point SE3 opens), the system is set out of service.

To set it back in service you must reset the SE3 error via the programming module. Obviously the safety contact of the over run final limit switch must first be reset.

FUJI Analog and serial line

Connection to the FUJI used in case of remote Inverter.

81-21 Circuit

Connection to the Circuit to manage the Protection in case of Installation with Reduced Space in the PIT. It includes management of Bistable circuit on doors and Protection devices (pre-triggered system or Manual Protection in the Pit). For further information on connections and parameters see ANNEX IX.

Car at floor

Signal output from Door zone sensor for luminous signal on cabinet.

Hydro Command

Connection to the COIL Board. It includes the moving commands for hydro installations. It can be used also in case of Remote Inverter installations.

Motor relay

Connection to the relay for Motor Contactors (or enable signals in case of Contactorless installation). It includes also the Main Contactors’ monitor input.

Brake relay

Connection to the relay for Brake Contactors (or valves in case of Hydro installation). It includes also the Brake Contactors’ monitor input.

FUJI Interface

Connection to the FUJI interface inside the inverter.

Firefighters maneuvers

The system has the following inputs for firefighters maneuvers:

  • Input POM (key of floor): closure to GND (NC / NO) I = 5mA
  • Input CPOM (elevator car key): closure to GND (NC / NO) I = 5mA

For further information on connections and parameters see ANNEX XI

Oil/Motor Temperature Control

In the event of the motor overheating, the contact opens and the lift is put out of service.

Blocking of the lift can be immediate or when the call ends, depending on the setting.

Weight Load Control

When COM input is active, floor reservation calls are neither recorded nor managed.

When SUR input is active the elevator car does not start and the acoustic signal in the elevator car is activated. The SUR signal is ignored while driving.

Position/Speed Control with DMG Encoder

If floor counting is carried out by DMG incremental encoder, position, deceleration and stop are controlled by counting the pulses coming from the DMG encoder. The counting of the pulses is suitably corrected (reset) by the signals at the top and bottom (AGB / AGH) and from the signal of the door zone (ISO1).

Elevator car Position/Speed Control with Motor Encoder

This control system can only be used on systems with inverter VVVF with a Gearless Motor.

Location, stop and deceleration are controlled by counting the pulses coming from the encoder of the motor. The counting of the pulses is suitably corrected (reset) by the reset signals at the top and bottom (AGB / AGH) and from the signal of door zone (ISO1).

The same J16 input connector is used to connect, with the appropriate cable, the encoder interface card, which is inside the FUJI inverter.

Parameter ”Count System” should be set as “engine encoder”. In menu choose 2048 number of pulses. Subsequently the dimensional parameters of the motor pulley and the type of pulling system should be inserted. Next the system asks to set the shaft length in order to set the correct sensitivity. Only after these steps are completed, Will it be possible to run the automatic floor levelling procedure.

Door Command

The door command board can command either one or two doors with alternative, selective or passage through opening. Output and inputs are available on the jst connectors on the TOC board and on APPO board (in the controller).

The doors can be automatic, semi-automatic or manual:

DOOR A

  • ROA output (relay open door A) open collector max 24V 100mA
  • RFA output (relay closing door A) open collector max 24V 100mA
  • Input BRA (A oor opening button relay) closed to GND (NA) I = 5mA
  • Input CEA (A door photocell) closed to GND (NA) I = 5mA
  • Input FOA (A door opening limit) closed to GND (NA) I = 5mA
  • Input FFA (A door closing limit) closed to GND (NA) I = 5mA

DOOR B

  • ROB output (relay opening door B) open collector max 24V 100mA
  • RFB output (relay closure door B) open collector max 24V 100mA
  • Input BRB (B door opening button relay) closing to GND (NA) I = 5mA
  • Input CEB (B door photocell) closing to GND (NA) I = 5mA
  • Input FOB (B door opening limit) closing to GND (NA) I = 5mA
  • Input FFB (B door closing limit) closing to GND (NA) I = 5mA

Protection Against Electrical Interference

The boards has been designed to be protected against various types of interferences, following standard/normal requirements according to the requirements of the norm, against accidental mistakes and localization. Never the less we advise that the following rules are respected:

  • Connect all metal masses to ground;
  • Connect all unused conductors to ground (on the side of the cabinet);
  • Connect the anti-noise filters delivered with the controller (inserted in the spare parts kit) in parallel to the brake coil (max 230VDC) and as close as possible to it;
  • When a retiring ramp is present, connect the anti-noise diode delivered with the controller (spare parts kit) in parallel to the retiring ramp coil and as close as possible to it; make sure to connect the cathode (diode side marked with a white strip) to the power supply positive common “CAME+” and the anode to the negative “CAME-“;
  • For the wiring towards the elevator car, if signals and 24V power supply wires are present in the same travelling cable, make sure these are kept apart (safety chain circuit, doors or retiring ramp power supply, 230V etc.).
  • For installations with VVVF all the instructions provided by the manufacturer must be fulfilled, regarding both the filters and the wiring. For a proper operation of the system, it is essential to use a shielded cable for connections to the motor and to the braking resistor;
  • Always avoid placing signal cables in the vicinity of the power cables and / or power supply.

Main Connections and Temporary Operations

According to the ”Temporary Operations” page of the electrical wiring diagrams schematic page:

  1. Connect the main power supply
  2. Connect the traction motor and Brake Resistor or the hydraulic pump motor
  3. Connect the brake or valves
  4. Connect the Motor temperature sensor or Oil temperature sensor
  5. Connect the inspection box for temporary operations (Using the Temporary Cable) connecting them to the terminals (screw)
  6. Switch on main power
  7. Carry out the Motor Tuning procedure (traction only) (Annex IV)
  8. Install the Electrical System (Quick Start Guide)

Learning Procedure of floors

If the Controller is equipped with Absolute Encoder or DMG Encoder or Motor Encoder it is possible to take advantage of the floor position learning feature, which allows for a faster system configuration and fine tuning. The procedure is different according to the type of encoder, as described in following sections:

ELGO LIMAX 33CP: Manual Teach Procedure
If in the installation there are not enough clearance (Reduced Head) it is recommended to make the Manual Teach from outside the lift shaft (at least the first 3 steps): In this case you can use the Inspection BOX inside controller and after the Top of ar Inspection BOX.

The procedure must be done before putting the system in Normal mode.

To start the procedure the Lift must be in Temporary operation. Until the end of the Manual Teach Procedure the Safety contacts are connected on the safety chain but are not yet operative (Final limit switch, Inspection limit switch, OSG, eSGC) because the ELGO doesn’t know the real position of the limit points of the shaft. The only control based on ELGO Device is Teach over speed (0,4 m/s), so if cabinspeed is higher than 0.4 m/s, the ELGO opens OC contact (and closes the OC contact after the Cabin is stationary).

1) – Put the elevator car in the highest position (counterweight on buffers).
2) – Press simultaneously the UP and DOWN button of the Inspection BOX 3 times to put the ELGO device in Teach Mode. On the playpad is showing a WAIT blinking message (in case of problem procedure quits with a Fault ELGO, see Troubleshooting).
ELGO device switch on led MODE and starts to give acoustic feedback (one beep every 2 seconds). This acoustic signal will be present throughout the Manual Teach Procedure. On the playpad is showing a “TOP” blinking message.

3) – Press again simultaneously the UP and DOWN button of the Inspection BOX 3 times to record inside ELGO the highest point of the Shaft. This point will be the reference point for Top limits (Top limit switch, Top inspection limit, TOP ETSL control, etc.).
The ELGO device gives a long acoustic feedback to confirm the Top limit data has been recorded.
On the playpad is showing a “Floor n” blinking message (n is the floor you are going to record).
4) – Move the Cabin up to the highest floor.
Press simultaneously the UP and DOWN buttons of the Inspection BOX 3 times to record inside the ELGO the floor position.
The ELGO device gives a short acoustic feedback to confirm the floor data has been recorded.
On the playpad is showing a “Floor n-1” blinking message (n-1 is the next floor you are going to record).

5) – Move the Cabin Downward until the next floor.
Press simultaneously the UP and DOWN button of the Inspection BOX 3 times to record inside the ELGO the floor position.
The ELGO device gives a short acoustic feedback to confirm the floor data has been recorded.
6) – Repeat the previous point until the lowest floor is reached.
7) – After recording of the Bottom floor position on the playpad is showing a “BOTTOM” blinking message, move the Cabin to the lowest point of the shaft (cabin on the buffers).
Press simultaneously the UP and DOWN button of the Inspection BOX 3 times to record inside ELGO the lowest position. This point is the origin of Magnetic band (0 mm showed) and will be the reference point for Bottom limits (Bottom limit switch, Bottom inspection limit, Bottom ETSL control, etc.).
ELGO device gives a long acoustic feedback to confirm the record of data.
In this moment controller automatically records:
Position of acquired floors;
Door zone position, used by the controller to enable door contacts bypass (pre opening / re levelling).
Deceleration distance, according to the lift speed.


On the playpad is showing a “/\” blinking message: Move the lift up to the bottom floor position. The Controller will put the ELGO in Normal Mode. (not possible before because the ELGO would be on the limits opening OC and locking the cabin).
On the playpad is showing a “WAIT” blinking message for 10 seconds, wait until will be showed Floor 0.
The ELGO device stops the acoustic beep and led MODE starts blinking (1 blink per second).
Now the ELGO Device is operative for safety contacts:
• Electronic Safety Gear (if present)
• Electronic OSG.
• Final limit switches.
• Inspection limit switches are not yet managed because the  lift is in Temporary mode
.
 
Before the normal operation mode, it is mandatory to execute an automatic Shaft learning to set the correct Stopping distances in Upward and Downward direction for each floor.

Automatic Learning Procedure (ELGO LIMAX33-CP)

9) – The elevator must be in Temporary operation. Put the elevator on the bottom floor with half of maximum Load.



10) – Go into <Positioning> and set the Autosetting parameter to “Yes”.

Turn the Inspection Selector to Normal
The lift starts to move automatically:
• Upward trips with deceleration and stop at each floor.
• Downward trips with deceleration and stops at each floor.
When the Cabin comes back to the lowest floor the system is ready to pass in to Normal service.

After automatic learning procedure in <Positioning>, Monitor Encoder you can to set:
• Deceleration distances in Normal service for deceleration confort
– R1S (Pag. 3) upward deceleration distance
– R1D (Pag. 2) downward deceleration distance
These values are automatically set after automatic learning according the lift’s speed (see lift speed and deceleration distance).
 
• Stop distances in Shaft’s Inspection
– I_LIM_S upward stop distance before top floor position
– I_LIM_D downward stop distance before bottom floor position
In Reduced Head/Pit these values must be considered according the Pre-Triggered safety system.
 
• Stop distances in Normal service
– N_LIM_S upward stop distance after top floor position
– N_LIM_D downward stop distance after bottom floor position
These values are automatically set after automatic learning at a distance equal to 30 mm from extreme floors (in case of less distance from reference points it is considered the middle point between extreme floor and extreme reference positions).
 
• ELGO+eSGC pre-Trigger position
– TRIPS distance from top Reference position where eSGC electric command force the cabin to stop (only for Reduced Head lift).
– TRIPD distance from bottom Reference position where eSGC electric command force the cabin to stop (only for Reduced Pit installation)
These values are Read Only values and are greater than 0 mm only if ELGO is part of the Safety pre.-Triggered system (togheter with electric Safety Gear / Overspeed Governor).
DMG Encoder or Motor Encoder: Automatic Learning Procedure of floors
After the installation and during the TEMPORARY OPERATION mode, the controller performs a number of upward/downward test runs (high speed first, then low speed with stops at floors) with the purpose of learning the exact floor positioning.

Self Learning Procedure:

1) – Make sure the installation is in the “Temporary operation” mode
2) – Make sure that the encoder traces the correct direction of run, (increasing distance when upward, decreasing distance when downward); if necessary, in the “positioning” menu set parameter Positioning system from clockwise to counterclockwise (or vice versa) and save the new setting.



3) – Check the correct reading of ZP (door zone) input (ZP LED on the PLAYPAD module must be lit up when in door zone)
4) – Check the correct reading of AGB/AGH (deceleration limit switches) inputs (AGB/AGH must be open when in deceleration limit positions)
5) – Make sure the cabin is at the bottom floor  (AGB open, ZP LED on)
6) – Enter the “Positioning” menu, select the Auto setting parameter and enter:
• On the DMG encoder: the encoder resolution (64 pulse number), then the length of floor magnets. (Door Zone length). Confirm the total number of floor, then press “Yes” to start the procedure.
• On the motor encoder: the encoder resolution, the motor ratio, the traction pulley, and the roping. Confirm the total number of floor, then press “Yes” to start the procedure.



7) – Set the inspection panel selector on NORMAL (if present), otherwise make sure that the safety chain is closed.

The system performs the following automatic procedure:
• Moving up, until the signal ZP of the bottom floor is deactivated
• Moving down, until the signal ZP of the bottom floor is activated
• Moving up at high speed and position detection for each floor (bottom edge of door zone magnets); the exact position of the bottom edge of the magnet is stored in the controller memory.
• When reaching the top deceleration point (AGH) the system switches to low speed and when reaching the top floor door zone (ZP) it stops.
• Moving down at high speed and position detection for each floor (top edge of door zone magnets); the exact position of the top edge of the magnet is stored into the controller memory.
• When reaching the bottom deceleration point (AGB) the system swithes to low speed and when reaching the bottom floor door zone (ZP) it stops.
• Moving up slowing down and stoping at each floor (at ZP magnet level)
• Moving down slowing down and stoping at each floor (at ZP magnet level)
After the second set of runs (which ends at the lowest floor), the installation is ready to go into SERVICE mode.
At the end of the procedure, go to menu <Positioning> Monitor Encoder and check that the distances of AGB and AGH (4/5) are fine for your installation (compare distances shown on diagrams provided). It is always possible to set R1D (2/5) and R1S (3/5) slow down distances to improve deceleration comfort without changing the limit switches position and without repeating the self learning procedure.
NOTE: the self learning procedure must be performed every time either AGB/AGH limit switches and/or door zone magnets are moved from their original position.

After automatic learning procedure in <Positioning>, Monitor Encoder check if AGB/AGH distances are enough for the lift speed. Is it possible to increase/decrease deceleration distances in Normal service R1S and R1D without needed to repeat Automatic learning Procedure.

For AGB/AGH positions and Deceleration distances use table according the lift’s speed.

In systems where the minimum required dimensions in the top and bottom of the shaft are guaranteed according to the requirements of the regulation EN 81, it is possible use two parameters to stop the lift in Inspection.
In <Positioning>, Monitor Encoder
• I_LIM_S upward stop distance before top floor position
• I_LIM_D downward stop distance before bottom floor position
These stopping distances are valid for Inspection from the Shaft (are not active in case of Inspection from Machine Room) and can be used to avoid the risk of the technician being trapped inside the elevator shaft.
Mind that these stop positions are not safety contacts.

Normal Service Mode

Once all above procedures are completed, it is possible to put the system into Normal Service mode.

For ride comfort improvements check ANNEX 5.

The system performs a reset run and stops at the lowest floor. If no error occurred, it is possible to manually fine tune the precision of stop at each floor as indicated in rope and pulley Encoder positioning system or Optical/Magnetic positioning system.

To facilitate checks and installation start-up, please refer to the menu “Configuration” => “Test” and the Annex II.

Fine tuning of floor stopping accuracy

Once the self learning procedure is completed, it is possible to manually fine tune the stopping accuracy at each floor by using the PLAYPAD programming module, without having to access the shaft.

Regulation of stopping accuracy:

  1. Make sure the installation is in the “NORMAL SERVICE” mode
  2. Use the PLAYPAD module directly with the controller or remove it and connect it to the TOC board on the top of the cabin by using the cable (optional).
  3. Enter the <Positioning> menu, select “Floor Position” parameter for the floor to be adjusted (use Left / Right keys to select the desired floor). The value displayed at the bottom of the Playpad screen indicates the current floor position (in mm) for the selected floor; press [ENTER] to modify.
  4. Increase or decrease the indicated position by using UP/DOWN keys on the PLAYPAD module.
  5. Press [ENTER] to save the updated value.
  6. Check actual stopping accuracy by calling the lift to the selected floor. If needed, repeat steps 3, 4 and 5.
  7. Repeat the procedure for every floor

Shaft: Access

Hint: For systems with encoder counting it is possible to activate the access procedure in the shaft without the system being stopped due to the interruption of the safety chain (opening of the landing doors). It is also helpful in EN81-1 installation.

With the lift in normal operation:

  • Keep the doors open by keeping the door BRA or BRB button pressed
  • On the elevator car control panel press the current floor button 3 times.
  • The panel will emit a continuous sound to warn of the activation of the procedure which temporarily excludes all calls. (procedure can be deleted by pressing the door open button again)
  • Exit from the Cabin;
  • The Controller closes the doors and moves lift 2 meters down with slowdown and standard stop. The technician can open the doors and easily access the cab roof. If the cabin does not have enough space to descend, it moves upwards by 2.5 meters (pit access and / or control of the cabin bottom).
  • If you do not enter the well, the Cabin remains stationary in this condition for a maximum time of 10 seconds before returning to normal service (new calls are not available in this time).

Access to the shaft for systems compliant with the EN81-20 / EN81-21 standard requires that, after an access and subsequent exit from the llift shaft by an authorized person, there is a reset procedure that excludes the return to automatic operation of the lift. Below are the instructions for entering and exiting the shaft in the case of 81-20 or 81-21 systems.

EN81-20 Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X.

Access to the Pit

Is detected by operating the pit stop switch or by switching the pit control panel on to ‘inspection’. (both conditions open the safety chain on point SE1).

This condition activates the Fault RSP (code 20) and prevents the movement of the elevator car in normal operation (Movement is now possible only in Inspection mode).

After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:

  • Return the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit the shaft of lift.
  • Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
    • From lowest floor with three quick opening / closing of the release key or.
    • From the panel with three quick presses of button
    • From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).

Characteristics of the auxiliary contact on the door (s) at the lowest floor:

  • Monostable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation).

The auxiliary contact is electrically connected to the BDU’s Door input or to the terminal (screw) of the controller on the E511 input (NC contacts in series when there are multiple shaft access doors eg. Pit Access Hatch).

No Access the Car roof

No control required for access to the cabin roof.

EN81-21 Installation with door’s Bistable contacts

Headroom and reduced pit (Compliance with Article 2.2 of Annex 1 of Directive 95/16 / EC of the European Community)

In systems where the minimum required dimensions in the top and bottom of the shaft cannot be guaranteed, according to the requirements of the regulation EN 81, special alterations must be made to  the system and the controller in order to avert the risk of injury to workers carrying out maintainance work in the shaft.

The following is a relevant section from the regulation:

“The lift must be designed and manufactured in order to prevent the risk of crushing when the elevator car is in an extreme position. In order to achieve  this, a free space or refuge beyond the extreme positions must  be provided. However, in exceptional cases, allowing the Member States the possibility of giving prior approval, particularly in existing buildings, the competent authorities may provide other appropriate means to avoid this risk, if the previous solution is impossible to achieve”.

The controller of the lift is able to automatically manage the floor doors opening control in systems with limited space in the extreme points of the shaft. As indicated schematically in the illustration below, the controller must be equipped with a control circuit at the top/bottom of the shaft so that, when the maintenance worker opens the landing door to access the shaft, a contact connected to the dedicated input which provides monitoring of shaft access to the lift controller.

The specific procedure is according to the type of Installation as described in following sections.

The reset procedure is possible only if bistable contacts are open, otherwise the controller checks an automatic reset of bistable contacts (without any reset procedure): so the controller gives a RSP Fault  (Cod 121) and it is necessary to open the Bistable circuit and after make a reset procedure.

Reduced Head Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X

Access to the Pit
Is detected by operating the pit stop switch or by switching the pit control panel on to ‘inspection’.
(both conditions open the safety chain on point SE1).
 
This condition activates the Fault RSP (code 20) and prevents the movement of the elevator car in normal operation.
After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:
 
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections in the PIT), Return the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit the shaft of lift.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From lowest floor with three quick opening / closing of the release key.
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).
 
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact on the door (s) of the lowest floor:
• Monostable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation).
 
The auxiliary contact is electrically connected to the DOOR Contact input of BDU of the lowest floor.


Access on the Car roof
Access to the shaft is detected by opening a contact using the release key which activates the RSP fault (code 21), preventing the elevator car from moving in normal operation (a run is only possible in ‘Inspection’ mode). Before entering the shaft of lift, wait for the traffic light to indicate the safe condition (green light).
After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections), Return  the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit from the lift well.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From floor with three quick opening / closing of the reset key (optional).
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).

Reset fault RSP on the Lift Controller and make coil’s reset on the bistable contacts on the Landings
If the controller detects an automatic contact reset (contact close before reset procedure) it gives again a Fault RSP (Cod 121) as a fault on coil’s reset circuit.
 
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact (BERNSTEIN type) on all doors except those on the lowest floor:
• Bistable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation) connected to a dedicated input.
• 230 Vac reset coil.
 
Optional reset key switches are electrically connected to the BDU’s DOOR Contact input.
Reduced Pit Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X

Access in the Pit
Access to the shaft is detected by opening a contact using the release key which activates the RSP fault (code 21), preventing the elevator car from moving in normal operation (a run is only possible in ‘Inspection’ mode). Before entering the shaft, wait for the traffic light to indicate the safe condition (green light).
After the end of the Inspection maneuver the personnel must:
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections), Return  the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit from the lift well.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From the floor with three quick opening / closing of the reset key (optional).
– From the panel with three quick presses of button
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).

If controller detects an automatic contact reset (contact close before reset procedure) it gives again a Fault RSP (Cod 121) as a fault on coil’s reset circuit.
 
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact (BERNSTEIN type) only on the lowest floor:
• Bistable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation). connected to a dedicated input.
• 230 Vac reset coil
 
Optional reset key switches are electrically connected to BDU’s DOOR Contact input.
 
Access on the Car roof
No control required for access to the cabin roof.
Reduced Head and Pit Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X

Access in the Pit or Access on the Car roof
Access to the shaft is detected by opening a contact using the release key which activates the RSP fault (code 21), preventing the elevator car from moving in normal operation (a run is only possible in ‘Inspection’ mode). Before entering the lift shaft, wait for the traffic light to indicate the safe condition (green light).
After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:
·         Remove the protections (in case of manual protections), Return  the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit from the lift well.
·         Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From floor with three quick opening / closing of the reset key (optional).
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).

If controller detects an automatic contact reset (contact close before reset procedure) it gives again a Fault RSP (Cod 121) as a fault on coil’s reset circuit.
 
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact (BERNSTEIN type) on all doors:
·         Bistable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation). connected to dedicated input.
·         230 Vac reset coil
 
Optional reset key switches are electrically connected to BDU’s DOOR Contact input.

Installation with door’s Monostable contacts

Headroom and reduced pit (Compliance with Article 2.2 of Annex 1 of Directive 95/16 / EC of the European Community)

With the same consideration of previous chapter it is possible to manage installation with monostable contacts on the landing doors to monitor the shaft access.

In a case where monostable door contacts are used, present in the controller is a bistable circuit. The reset procedure is possible only if the bistable circuit is open, otherwise the controller gives a specific Fault RSP (§ 6): it is necessary to open the Bistable circuit and after carry out the reset procedure.

The specific procedure is according type of Installation as described in following sections.

Reduced Head Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X

Access in the Pit
Access to the pit is detected by operating the pit stop switch or by switching the pit control panel on to ‘Inspection’. (both conditions open the safety chain on point SE1). This condition sets the Fault RSP (code 20) by preventing the movement of the elevator car in normal operation.
After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections in the PIT), Return the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit the lift shaft.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From lowest floor with three quick opening / closing of the release key.
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).
 
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact on the door (s) of the lowest floor:
• Monostable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation).
 
The auxiliary contact is electrically connected to the DOOR Contact input of BDU of the lowest floor.

Access on the Car roof
Access to the shaft is detected by opening a contact using the release key which activates the RSP fault (code 21), preventing the elevator car from moving in normal operation (a run is only possible in ‘Inspection’ mode). Before entering the lift shaft, wait for the traffic light to indicate the safe condition (green light).
After the end of the manoeuvre  the personnel must:
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections), Return  the selector switch and  any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit from the lift well.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From floor with three quick opening / closing of the the release key.
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).
 
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact on all doors except those on the lowest floor:
• Monostable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation).
Keys are electrically connected in series to the screw terminal of the controller.
Reduced Pit Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X

Access in the Pit
Access to the shaft is detected by opening a contact using the release key which activates the RSP fault (code 21), preventing the elevator car from moving in normal operation (a run is only possible in ‘Inspection’ mode) Before entering the shaft, wait for the traffic light to indicate the safe condition (green light).
 
After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections), Return  the selector switch and any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit from the lift well.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From floor with three quick opening / closing of the release key.
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).
  
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact on all doors except those on the lowest floor:
• Monostable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation).
 
Key are electrically connected in series to the screw terminal of the controller.
 
Access on the Car roof
No control required for access to the cabin roof.
Reduced Head and Pit Configuration

Parameter: See Annex X

Access in the Pit or Access on the Car roof
ccess to the shaft is detected by opening a contact using the release key which activates the RSP fault (code 21), preventing the elevator car from moving in normal operation (a run is only possible in ‘Inspection’ mode). Before entering the lift shaft, wait for the traffic light to indicate the safe condition (green light).
After the end of the Inspection manoeuvre the personnel must:
• Remove the protections (in case of manual protections), Return  the selector switch and  any STOP buttons to ‘Normal’ and exit from the lift well.
• Close the landing doors (check the safety chain) and carry out the reset using one of the following methods:
– From floor with three quick opening / closing of the release key.
– From the panel with three quick presses of button.
– From the PlayPad with specific reset (RSP reset).
  
Characteristics of the auxiliary contact on all doors:
• Monostable NC contact (does not open during normal door operation).
Key are electrically connected in series to the screw terminal of the controller.

Changing system parameters

V3 Screen Menu map

V3 Screen Menu map
LIFT CONTROL BOARD
DMG S.p.A.
Language?
French, English, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, German, Dutch
ENTER: confirm / ESC: exit
▲ ▼
Code? ** Password **----- ENTER ---->System Status
▲ ▼
Faults
▲ ▼
I/O Status
▲ ▼
Configuration
▲ ▼
Doors
▲ ▼
Signals
▲ ▼
Special functions
▲ ▼
Positioning
▲ ▼
VVVF
▲ ▼
Rec.Parameters
▲ ▼
Clock

After selecting the desired language Is necessary to perform the software Upgrade (Annex III)

“System Status” Menu

It is easily accessed from the main window of the PlayPad, by pressing once the ENTER key.

Reference table
System StatusDescriptionVisualization on
Serial display
ResettingThe system is performing the reset procedureO -
In serviceThe system is in normal operation mode
InspectionThe system is in inspection modeOR
Temp. OperatThe system is in temporary operations modeP
Out of serviceThe system is out of service
Car PriorityThe system is running in elevator car priority mode (priority key switch activated)
Fire-fightersThe system is operating in Fire-fighters mode (various operations)
EmergencyThe system is performing the emergency procedureE
Drift controlThe system is performing the elevator car drift control procedure
Upward operationThe system is running upwards
Downward operationThe system is running downwards
Re-levellingThe elevator car is at floor level and is re-levelling
Still at floorThe elevator car is at floor level, with no registered calls
High speedThe system is running in high speed mode
Low speedThe system is running in low speed mode
Door closeThe door is completely closed
Door openThe door is opened (or opening/closing)
Car full loadThe elevator car has been fully loaded
Photocell AThe input relevant to the photocell entrance A is active
Photocell BThe input relevant to the photocell entrance B is active
Light curtain AThe input relevant to the open door button of entrance A is active
Light curtain BThe input relevant to the open door button of entrance B is active

“Faults” Menu

This Menu lists the last 60 faults stored into the internal memory of the controller. All faults are described in the Troubleshooting section.
WARNING: In case of black out, the internal memory is saved only if the battery is connected.

Reference table
Floor 0 12:30:56
< Faults >
----- ENTER ---->Floor 0
< Faults >
No faults
----- ENTER ---->Floor 0
< Faults >
Faults: 4
Display ?
----- ENTER ---->< Faults > 3/4
43 = Inspection
Pos.: 0 # 1 Cod. 0
17/03/09 10:10 *
(see below for details)
▲ ▼
Reset all recorded faults
(press ENTER to confirm)
NOTE: faults are deleted
when lift cabin stops
Floor 0
< Faults >
Faults: 4
Reset ?
▲ ▼
Clear the detected error on the limit switch
(press ENTER to confirm)
NOTE: the actual cancellation occurs only
in memory system is stopped
Floor 0
< Faults >
Faults: 4
Reset XXX? (see table below)

FaultDescription
Reset SE3Limit switch fault; you can clear it only after closing Safety chain.
Reset 82212Drift control
Reset RSPRSP fault; for reduced pit and headroom.
Reset UCMUCM fault; for A3 amendment
Reset ISOISO fault; problem detection in the operation monitoring of safety module for advanced door opening / re-leveling.
Reset SCSSCS Fault; installation 81-20.
Reset UASUAS Fault; Special function.

“I/O Status” Menu

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< I/O Status >
Table of Parameters
Table of Parameters:
FieldDescriptionNavigationValues (group of 12)
Car callSimulation of a elevator car call▲▼ (Select floor)
ENTER (Confirm)
ESC (Exit)

Playboard IN-OUT
System Inputs/Output
□ = Open Contact
■ = Closed Contact
▲▼ (Change group)
ENTER (Exit)
ESC (Exit)
GROUPS
1/9REM
VHS
SUR
RED
TH1
COM
REV
TH2
LE
REV1
REV2
LTMP
2/9RMO
BRK
RDE
RGV
RMV
RPV
MTR
YBRK
CCF
CCO
CCOB
3/9BRA
FOA
ROA
CEA
FFA
RFA
BRB
FOB
ROB
CEB
FFB
RFB
4/9HS
BFR
OTM
PCAPOM
RPH
J20
CPOM
IEME
OEME
5/9FLM
FLD
BIP
GNGM
GNGD
511B
511L
DSA
212B
E511
6/9PWR
ENAB
IN_A
IN_D
BR1
BYPL
BR2
BYPC
7/9FAI

ZP
FAS

TISO
CAM
ISO
AGH
AGB
CISO
8/9REM
REM1
REM2
RED
RED1
RED2
PME
OVS
REV
REV1
REV2
9/9L-RED
L-GREEN
BUZZER
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3

VVVF IN-OUT
VVVF Inputs/Output
□ = Open Contact
■ = Closed Contact
▲▼ (Change group)
ENTER (Exit)
ESC (Exit)
GROUPS
1/7EN
FWD
REV
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
0,0 V
2/7Y1
Y5A/C
Y2

RST
Y3
30 A/B/C
Y4
3/7BUSY
ACC
DEC
ALM
INT
BRK
EXT
NUV
RL
TL
VL
IL
4/7Fout = 0,00 Hz
Uout = 0,00 A
Vout = 0,00 V
5/7Fref = 0,00 Hz
EDC ---V
NST ---
Fref = 0,00 Hz
TRQ --%
NST ---h
6/7Imax = 0,00 A
Encoder 0 P/s
--- kW MAIN =
7/7Fault VVVF
0 = ---
2 = ---
Fault VVVF
1 = ---
3 = ---

Push buttons
Status of call buttons
□ = Button not activated
■ = Button activated
▲▼ (Change group)
◄► (Cab/down/up)
ENTER (Exit)
ESC (Exit)
GROUPS
Cabin side A7
3
6
2
5
1
4
0
Cabin side B7
3
6
2
5
1
4
0
Push button
down side A
7
3
6
2
5
1
4
0
Push button
down side B
7
3
6
2
5
1
4
0
Upward
side A
7
3
6
2
5
1
4
0
Upward
side B
7
3
6
2
5
1
4
0
Fire SensorsStatus of fire inputs
□ = Fire inputs off
■ = Fire inputs on
▲▼ (Change group)
ENTER (Exit)
ESC (Exit)

Call registration list
Call registration list
□ = Call not registered
■ = Call registered
▲▼ (Change group)
◄► (Cab/down/up)
ENTER (Exit)
ESC (Exit)
Same Groups as PUSHBUTTONS
[0] Start = …
[1] Start = …
[2] Start = …
Run Counters
[0] partial (resettable)
[1] Total
[2] Future use
◄► (Change)
ENTER (Reset and Exit)
ESC (Exit)
Date showed is referred to the last reset of partial counter [0]
AnalogicAnalogic measures▲▼ (Change page)
ESC (Exit)
24 V = Power Supply
VCAB = Cabinet anc Cabine absorptions
VMR = BDU absorptions
24VB = Batteries Voltage
+5.0 V = Board Internal power supply
TAMB = Ambient temperature sensor
PWM = Analogic speed output
TOC MeasuresAnalogic measures▲▼ (Change page)
ESC (Exit)
T_SHA = Shaft temperature
MAIN = TOC Power Supply
COP_A = COP side A absorptions
COP_B = COP side B absorptions
COP MeasuresAnalogic measures▲▼ (Change page)
ESC (Exit)
MAIN_A = COP A power supply
MAIN_B = COP B power supply
T_CAR = Cabine temperature
FLOORS LineBDU
Communication Line
ENTER (Reset)
ESC (Exit)
Error: Communications error number
FER: Frame Error Rate
Date and hour of last reset
CAR LineTOC / COP
Communication Line
ENTER (Reset)
ESC (Exit)
Error: Communications error number
FER: Frame Error Rate
Date and hour of last reset
MTPX LineMULTIPLEX
Communication Line
▲▼ (Change page)
ENTER (Reset)
ESC (Exit)
Error: Communications error number
FER: Frame Error Rate
Date and hour of last reset
ELGO model:ELGO’s Diagnostic


PLAYBOARD IN-OUT table description parameters
InputDescription
SE0Safety chain Start
SE1Safety chain pit safety contacts
SE2Safety chain top of elevator car inspection Box/Stop
SE3Safety chain final limit switch, safety gear, speed governor
SE4Safety chain hall doors preliminary contacts
SE5Safety chain hall doors inerlocks
SE6Safety chain elevator car doors contacts and pre trigger device (81-21)
CCO
CCOB
power contactors control
CISOMonitor ISO relay
TISOSafety Module SM1 control
LEEmergency Light (elevator car light power supply)
BFRdoor close button
PCAElevator car priority function
POMFire-fighters operations (Hall key switch)
CPOMFire-fighters operations (Car key switch)
SUROverload control
COMFull load control
HSout of service function
ZPdoor zone signal
RPHPhase sequence control
REV
REV1
REV2
Inspection function (machine room)
Inspection function (Top of Car)
Inspection function (PIT)
REM
REM1
REM2
Inspection up (machine room)
Inspection up (Top of Car)
Inspection up (PIT)
RED
RED1
RED2
Inspection down (machine room)
Inspection down (Top of Car)
Inspection down (PIT)
TH1
TH2
Motor (Oil) temperature sensor control
IEMEEmergency (power supply failure)
PMEPME selector (emergency evacuation)
AGH
AGB
Top deceleration switch
Bottom deceleration switch
FAS
FAI
Position Sensors (no encoder positioning system)
E511Optional input for Shaft Access
BYPL
BYPC
Door’s safety Bypass selector
BRADoor open button (entrance A)
CEAPhotocell entrance A
FOADoor open limit switch entrance A
FFADoor close limit switch entrance A
BRBDoor open button (entrance B)
CEBPhotocell entrance B
FOBDoor open limit switch entrance B
FFBFine corsa chiusura (Porta B)
BR1Brake 1 monitor switch
BR2Brake 2 monitor switch
IN_A
IN_D
Monitor UCM circuit

OutputDescription
VHSOutput - out of order illumination
RMVOutput – intermediate speed command
BRKOutput - Brake command
MTROutput - Motor command
YBRKOutput - Brake command (VVVF)
ISOOutput - Re-levelling command
RGVOutput - high speed command
RPVOutput - low speed command
RMOOutput - up travel command
RDEOutput - down travel command
LTMPOutput - time limited elevator car light command
CAMOutput - retiring ramp command
OEMOutput - emergency command
CCFOutput - Motor phase short Circuit
J20Output - programmable (connector J20)
DSAOutput - alarms de-activation
511BOutput - Norm 511 Buzzer
511LOutput - Norm 511 Light
212BOutput - Norm 212 Buzzer
FLDOutput - down arrows command
FLMOutput - up arrows command
GNGDOutput - upward gong command
GNGMOutput - downward gong command
BIPOutput – BIP signalization in the cabin
PWRUCM module power command
ENABUCM module enabling command
ROAOutput - door open command (entrance A)
RFAOutput - door close command (entrance A)
ROBOutput - door open command (entrance B)
RFBOutput - door close command (entrance B)
L-REDTraffic Light signal 81-20/21
L-GREENTraffic Light signal 81-20/21
BUZZERBuzzer signal for bypass 81-20


VVVF IN-OUT table description parameters
SignalDescription
ENEnable digital input (screw terminal EN)
FWDUpward digital input (screw terminal FWD)
REVDownward digital input (screw terminal REV)
X1High speed digital input (screw terminal X1)
X2REV speed digital input (screw terminal X2)
X3Low speed digital input (screw terminal X3)
X4Ingresso digitale (morsetto X4)
X5digital input (screw terminal X4)
X6Ingresso digitale (morsetto X6)
X7Ingresso digitale (morsetto X7)
X8Emergency digital input (screw terminal X8)
0,0 VVVVF analog input (terminals 11-12)
EncoderEncoder VVVF input (closed loop)
MAINVVVF firmware version
Y1Digital output (terminal Y1)
Y2Digital output (terminal Y2)
Y3Digital output (terminal Y3)
Y4Digital output (terminal Y4)
Y5A/CBrake command relays (terminal Y5)
30 A/B/CRelè (terminal 30 A/B/C)
ALMAlarm VVVF signalisation
RSTReset VVVF
ACCAcceleration
DECDeceleration
FoutOutput Frequency
VoutOutput Voltage
IoutOutput current
ImaxMaximum output current

“Configuration” Menu

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< Configuration >
Table of Parameters
Table of Parameters:
ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
Temporary operationsTemporary operations mode of the system◄► (Choice)No; YesNo
TestTo ease checks and installation start-up.
For description, refer to Annex II.
Code ?Password protection to access programming◄► (Change characters)
▲▼ (Select characters)
8 characters
(0 - 9; A - Z; a - z )
no password
ConfigurationType of wiring configuration:
-) Standard wire terminals (Car and floors);
-) Serial comm. in the elevator car, 1 line/floor connectors at floors;
-) Wire terminals in the elevator car, Serial communication at floors (BDU modules);
-) Serial communication for elevator car and floors
◄► (Choice)Car & Fl. STD;
Car SER. / Fl. RJ45;
Car STD. / Fl. BDU;
Car SER. / Fl. BDU
Car SER / Fl. RJ45
Type of controlType of control for the lift◄► (Choice)-SAPB;
-SAPB record
-SAPB constant pressure
-Down collective;
-Full Collective;
SAPB;
DriveTraction type:
-) Traction VVVF
-) Hydraulic – Motor Direct (Dir):
-) Hydraulic – Motor Soft Starter (S-S):
-) Hydraulic – Motor Star Delta (Y-D):
-) Hydraulic – Motor with Inverter (VVF):
◄► (Choice)Traction
Hydraulic Dir
Hydraulic S-S
Hydraulic Y-D
Hydraulic VVF
Traction
No. of floorsNumber of floors of the installation▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)2 <-> 16 (std.)
2 <-> 32 (BDU only)
2
Re-levellingNot present: No Re-levelling
Type 1: (open or close door). This setting is indicated for traction installations for good stopping accuracy. Re-levelling is triggered when the elevator car leaves its position "perfectally at floor” that’s to say when one of the two beams interrupted. Re-levelling ends when both beams are free. WARNING: this setting is not suitable for hydraulic installations due to the risk of "pumping" effect (elevator car drifts down after stopping)
Type 2: (open or close door). This setting is indicated for hydraulic installations and operates as in Type 1, except that the two beams must be interrupted before the re-levelling starts. Re-levelling ends when the two beams are free. WARNING: the use of sensors with reduced distance between beams (TMS03 = 20 mm) is suggested.
Type 3: Levelling 1 beam open door 2 beams closed door. This setting allows the levelling 1 beam, floor door open (elevator car light on) and levelling 2 beams, floor door closed (elevator car light off). WARNING: to operate the levelling door open, no matter which option you have chosen, it is necessary to shunt the door safety, using an approved system.
Note: with the Encoder positioning system, distance of activation of the re-levelling is displayed
◄► (Choice)Not present
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Not present
Main floorPosition of the main floor (all calls below this floor are served only upwards (only down collective)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0 <-> Floor No.0
Low Speed fault timeTime before activation of the Low Speed fault (low speed too long)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)7 s <-> 40 s7 s
Running timeTime before activation of running time fault▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)20 s <-> 45 s20 s
Type of InstallationType of installation (Simplex / Multiplex)◄► (Choice)Simplex; MultiplexSimplex
Multiplex configurationMultiplex configuration: Lift No.(LN); Push-Buttons Line (PBL); Floors in multiplex; Offset.
For description, refer to Annex I.
◄► (Select parameter)
▲▼ (Change value)
- Lift No (LN).: 1<->4
- PushButtons Line (PBL):
0(1 Line)<->3(4 Lines)
(LN).(PBL):
1.0
- Floors: 2 <-> 16 [32]
- Ofst 0 <-> N° floors
Flrs. : 2
Ofst : 0
Multiplex
Call
In multiplex installations a floor call can be differentiated with a long push-button pressure (more than 3 seconds) calling:
a) The installation with lower "Lift No (LN)" parameter (for example if there is a duplex installation with a big cabin for disabled passengers and a smaller one, the greater must be set as "1" and the other as "2";
b) In an “asymmetric floor distribution” system, the installation that can reach the lowest/highest level.
◄► (Choice)No;
Yes
No

“Doors” Menu

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< Doors >
Table of Parameters
Table of Parameters:
ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
Ret. ramp onTime before activation of the retiring ramp▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,1 s <-> 9,9 s0,1 s
Ret. ramp offTime before deactivation of the retiring ramp▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,1 s <-> 9,9 s0,1 s
Lock fault timeTime before the activation of the lock fault▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)2 s <-> 60 s15 s
Door open delayTime before door opening – for automatic door▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,1 s <-> 9,9 s0,5 s
Parking time with open doorLift elevator car parking time with open door (in sec.)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1 s <-> 30 s7 s
Closing time with callsTime (in sec.) before door closes in case of registered calls ▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 1 s <-> 60 s2 s
Doors Nb.Number and type of doors ◄► (Selection)-1 door
-2 doors simult.
-2 doors sel.
-2 doors sel+through
1 access
Type Door ASelection of door type for entrance A:
1) Manual / Not present: manual doors at floors, elevator car doors manual or not present;
2) Car independent: manual doors at floors, elevator car doors independent;
3) Car automatic: manual doors at floors, elevator car doors automatic;
4) Combined auto: automatic doors in the elevator car and at floors
◄► (Selection)Manual / not present;
Car Independent;
Car automatic;
Combined Auto
Combined Auto
Door A with limit switchPresence of a limit switch for door A (not present for manual and independent doors)◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Select door A at floorConfiguration of door A for each floor: set access to each floor and open or close door parking at floor (for automatic doors) ◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change floor)
No;
Pkg. Door close;
Pkg. Door open
Pkg. Door close;
Door A Open/Close timeDoor A without limit switch: door opening/closing time▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1 s <-> 60 s10 s
Door A start delayDoor A manual: time before start▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,1 s <-> 9,9 s2,0 s
Slipping Door ADoor A with limit switch: time before slipping fault▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1 s <-> 60 s10 s
Door A poweredDoor A powered during the run. Not considered for manual or independent doors◄► (Selection)No
Yes
Yes AT40
No
Type Door BSelection of door type for entrance B (see Type Door A):◄► (Selection)Manual / not present;
Car Independent;
Car automatic;
Combined Auto
Combined Auto
Door B with limit switchPresence of a limit switch for door A (not present for manual and independent doors)◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Select door B at floorConfiguration of door A for each floor: set access to each floor and open or close door parking at floor (for automatic doors)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change floor)
No;
Pkg. Door close;
Pkg. Door open
Pkg. Door close
Door B Open/Close time Door B without limit switch: door opening/closing time▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1 s <-> 60 s10 s
Door B start delayDoor B manual: time before start▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,1 s <-> 9,9 s2,0 s
Slipping Door B Door B with limit switch: time before slipping fault▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1 s <-> 60 s10 s
Door B poweredDoor B powered during the run. Not considered for manual or independent doors◄► (Selection)No
Yes
Yes AT40
No
Advanced openingParameter for door advanced opening (opening starts before elevator car stop).◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Photocell Type Parameter to select the type of photocell:
NO photocell: contact opens if the beam is free. The contact closes if the beam is interrupted. The shock, photocell and open door contacts must be wired in parallel.
NC photocell: opposite of the NO photocell. The shock, photocell and open door contacts must be wired in series.
NOTE: The shock, photocell and open door contacts must all be of the same kind (NO or NC)
◄► (Selection)NO;
NC
No

“Signalisation” Menu

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< Signals >
Table of Parameters
Table of Parameters:
ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
Car priorityTime of elevator car at floor without direction before taking landing calls. In case of combined automatic doors, timing starts when doors have closed and the shock, photocell and re-opening contacts are not activated▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)2 s <-> 30 s10 s
Floor call registrationSet the blinking for floor buttons upon registration◄► (Selection)Permanent;
Blinking at floors
Permanent
AUX outputSelection of the output type on the 16 relays boards and for dynamic outputs on LOP:
Type 0 = Car at floor and Out of Service
Type 1 = Arrows
Type 2 = Car at floor and Car is coming
Type 3 = 3 Wire Display
◄► (Selection)1 wire per floor;
Car at floor;
Floor light;
Gray indicator;
9 segm. indicator;
Lift is coming;
1 wire per floor HYD
1 wire per floor
Automatic floor designationAutomatic setting of numeric characters for serial position indicators. The value increases/decreases automatically at each floor starting from Lowest floor▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)-9 <-> 30Lowest fl.: 0
Manual floor designationManual setting of alphanumeric characters for serial position indicators. Setting must be done for each floor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
- ;
0 <-> 9 ;
A <-> Z
Trigger on PVIt is possible to start trigger (speech synthesiser / next direction arrows) on deceleration point (Yes) or to floor arrival (No).◄► (Selection)No
yes
No
Next direction arrowsIn case of parameter activation, arrow outputs are activated only when lift stops at floor (or on slowing down if trigger parameter on PV is active).◄► (Choice)No
yes
No
LTMP DelayThis function handle the delay between a floor/elevator car call and the light turning on. The output is deactivated XX seconds after the call has been served.
0 sec means no timer active (light ON)
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0 s <-> 240 s1 sec.
EME DelayThis function handles the delay between the black out signal (IEME) and output command (OEME) before system switch in automatic emergency procedure.▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0 s <-> 30 s0 sec.
Buzzer 81-21For 81-21 installation: use the 81-20’s acoustic buzzer (bypass door) on the top of elevator car as acoustic alarm when protections are not in active position.◄► (Choice)No
yes
No

“Special Features” Menu

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< Special Features >
Table of Parameters
Table of Parameters:
ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
Reset inDirection of travel during reset procedure◄► (Selection)2 s <-> 30 s10 s
Travelling limits in inspectionValid only for FAI/FAS positioning system.
Settings for the travelling limits during inspection mode.
If travelling is programmed beyond the limits, the controller does not allow any movement beyond top/bottom floors.
◄► (Selection)Permanent;
Blinking at floors
Permanent
Fire-fighters(Refer to Annex XI - Fire operation programming procedure )
Type of fire-fighter operations (if present) and relevant parameters (fire service access level and side, POM and CPOM key contact type); choice of relevant applicable norm:
-) Norm NF P82-207 (France);
-) EN 81-72 (a): no elevator car FF key switch;
-) EN 81-72 (b): with elevator car FF key switch;
◄► (Select field)
▲▼ (Change value)
Not present;
NF P82-207;
EN 81-72 (a);
EN 81-72 (b)
Not present
Fire detectionParameter for fire detection at floors. When a fire is detected:
- if the lift is at a different floor than the one where fire was detected, all registered calls from/to this floor are cancelled;
- if the lift is at the floor where fire was detected, the controller blocks door opening, closes doors (if open upon fire detection) and sends the elevator car to a safe floor
◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Stop button registrationThe system registers the out of service mode (pressure of STOP button).
It is also possible to set the delay to avoid simultaneous movement in installations powered with a generator.
◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Temperature sensor during operationIndicates whether the elevator car can be blocked by the motor temperature sensor also during travel◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Anti-nuisance faultParameter for the detection of the anti-nuisance fault (number of stops without photocell activation after which all elevator car calls are cancelled)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (No calls)
No; Yes
2 <-> 10
No
3
Out of service floorFloor for out of service.
Parking floor when HS input is enabled.
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0 <-> Floor No.:0
Automatic returnParameters for elevator elevator car automatic return at floor: Return floor and Minimum waiting time before automatic return ◄► (Select parameter)
▲▼ (Change value)
No
0 <-> Floor No.:
1 min <-> 60 min
No
0
15 min.
Return zonesAdvanced settings for return at floor at planned hours / days:
-) Day (0 = everyday, 1 = monday … 7 = sunday);
-) Selected time interval (4 interval each day);
-) Return floor;
-) Start time;
-) End time (max time: 7h 45 min);
◄► (Select parameter)
▲▼ (Change value)
R. zone timingTiming for selected return zones◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
No; Yes
1 s <-> 120 s
No
60 s
Call erasing at floorErasing all calls at floor where the elevator car stops, with no control of the direction (only for full collective installations)◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Drift control (FR)Drift control (France)◄► (Selection)None; Traction drive;
Drum machine
None
Push-button codeIt allows you to program a 4-digit code for elevator car calls. A 4-digit code may be assigned to each BCx elevator car button input, corresponding to the elevator car pushbutton inputs.
Example: if the BC0 pushbutton is associated with the 0123 code, to reserv floor 0 from Cabin you can:
a) keep pressed the floor 0 pushbutton for 3 seconds.
b) All COP pushbutton will blink
c) Press in sequence the pushbuttons corresponding to the BC0, BC1, BC2, BC3;
Note: Enter a code between 0 and 9 corresponding to the inputs BC0 ÷ BC9

Programming Code “0 “ will enable the special function Pent House
◄► (Select field)
▲▼ (Change value)
Controle Temperature ambientCheck the temperature in the engine room through the sensor (if present). If the temperature surpass the set thresholds for more than 30 seconds, the system stops at the floor and the error is recorded. The control is only active during normal operation or Cabin priority. After having set the two thresholds, pressing Enter you can perform the sensor calibration (immediately press Enter to retain the current calibration, otherwise set the room temperature value and then press Enter). The first threshold can be set between -10 ° C and +5 ° C while the second threshold can be set between +40 ° C and +75 ° C.◄► (Select field)
▲▼ (Change value)
Without;
+5°C <=> +40°C
Without
Automatic
Calls
When lift is in normal mode, “Automatic calls” can be activated to perform a specific calls number (up to 120 calls or unlimited) in steps of one minute. However is possible to enable or not the doors functionality (the system will also continue to accept floor calls simulating programmed calls, if enabled).
The function ends automatically when the machineries are turned off or if the system is put in inspection mode.
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease

◄► (Select doors)
0 <-> 120


Yes - No
0


Yes
Monitor UCMA3 amendment.
Configure type of monitor.
For description, refer to Annex VIII.
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease
◄► (Choice)
UCMInstallation type 81-1 / 81-20 / 81-21
Shaft access procedure and Protections.
For description, refer to Annex IX.
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease
◄► (Choice)
Forced StopIf programmed, the installation will stop at a specific floor at each crossing (some hotels use this function).▲▼ (Increase/Decrease
◄► (Choice)
Protect floorIf a protected floor is programmed, when the elevator car reaches the floor, the door does not open, instead the monitor will show images coming from the camera corresponding to that floor. Doors can be opened only by pressing the OPEN DOOR button; if this does not happen, the lift moves to the previous floor and then stops the protected floor mode (this operating mode is only possible with DMG’s monitoring system).▲▼ (Increase/Decrease
◄► (Choice)
Lop priorityEnabling the floor priority call function. pairing with 16 IN card (or key inputs from BDU)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease
◄► (Choice)
Floor habilitation Enabling the call enabling function (e.g. CARD Reader). In combination with 16 IN card.
Type 1: LOP enable: to enable calls, the corresponding input of the 16 IN card must be closed.
Type 2: COP enabling To enable calls, the corresponding input of the 16 IN card must be closed
Type 3: Enable COP + LOP: to enable calls, the corresponding input of the 16 IN card must be closed (disabling the floor)
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease
◄► (Choice)
Shaft ProtectionProtection of compartment and doors.
For description, refer to Annex X.
▲▼ (Increase/Decrease

“System Positioning” Menu

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< Positioning >
Table of Parameters
Table of Parameters: (FAI/FAS positioning system):
ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
Positioning systemType of positioning system: with Encoder or traditional. Can only be modified in Temporary Oper. Mode

Note: in case of absolute Encoder and shaft lengths longer than 65 meters change the resolution of Encoder = 2 in autosetting menu before starts the Manual teach procedure.
◄► (Selection)FAI/FAS;
Encoder Clockwise;
Encoder Counter clockwise
Absolute encoder
FAI/FAS
Top PVPosition of the deceleration (passage in Low Speed) and number of entrances▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)2 <-> 6
5
PV at floorsPosition of the specific deceleration for each floor◄► (Top PV)
▲▼ (Floor choice)
Short floor or 2<->6
0 <-> No. Floor
5
all floors
Short level delayTime before short level deceleration (only if a short level is programmed)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,00 s <-> 2,50 s0,00s
Top PV 2 DelayDelay before passage to Intermediate speed▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,00 s <-> 2,50 s0,00s
Delay Dir.-BRKVVVF: Delay between activation of travel direction and run command (BRK)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,0 s <-> 3,0 s0,5 s - VVVF
0,0 s - Others
OLEO: Star / Delta delay▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,0 s <-> 3,0 s0,5 s – VVVF
0,5 s – Star/Delta
0,0 s - Others
Delay BRK-SDelay between activation of BRK command and speed command▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,0 s <-> 3,0 s0,00 s
Delay BRK-Dir.Delay between deactivation of run command and deactivation of travel direction (arrive al piano)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,0 s <-> 3,0 s1,5 s - VVVF
0,0 s - Others
Inspection speedSets the speed of travel in inspection◄► (Selection)Low speed;
High speed
Low speed
Emergency BRK OnEmergency break modulation parameter (modify only if EME board is not present)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,0 s <-> 5,0 s0,0s
Emergency BRK OffEmergency break modulation parameter (modify only if EME board is not present)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0,0 s <-> 5,0 s0,0s


Table of Parameters: (Encoder positioning system):
ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
Positioning systemType of positioning system: with Encoder or traditional. Note: Can only be modified in Temporary Oper. mode◄► (Selection)Encoder Clockwise; Encoder Counter clockwiseEncoder Clockwise
AutosettingStart of floor position self-learning procedure. Can only be modified in Temporary Operation mode.◄► (Selection)No;
Yes
No
Floor PositionPosition value for each floor▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)
◄► (Selection)
Accel. TimeAcceleration time. Time required to switch from start speed to travelling speed.▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1,0 s <-> 5,0 s3,0 s
Starting BoostStarting speed▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0 s <-> 10 s3 %
Stopping BoostFinal (stopping) speed▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)0 s <-> 10 s4 %
Max speedMaximum speed during the travel▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)5 s <-> 100 s100 %
Inspection speedTravelling speed in inspection mode ▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)5 s <-> 100 s50 %
AGB/AGH speedTravelling speed on AGB/AGH limit points. Same speed adopted during emergency operations▲▼ (Increase/Decrease)1 s <-> 15 s10 %
Delay Dir.-BRKVVVF: Delay between activation of travel direction and BRK command (start)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 0,0 s <-> 3,0 s0,5 s - VVVF
0,0 s - Others
OLEO: Star / Delta delay▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 0,0 s <-> 3,0 s0,5 s – VVVF
0,5 s – Star/Delta
0,0 s - Others
Delay BRK-SDelay between activation of BRK command and beginning of the analogic speed ramp▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 0,0 s <-> 3,0 s0,3 s - VVVF
0,0 s - Others
Delay BRK-Dir.Delay between deactivation of run command and deactivation of travelling direction (stop at floor)▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 0,0 s <-> 3,0 s1,5 s - VVVF
0,0 s - Others
Emergency BRK OnEmergency break modulation parameter▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 0,0 s <-> 5,0 s0,0s
Emergency BRK OffEmergency break modulation parameter▲▼ (Increase/Decrease) 0,0 s <-> 5,0 s0,0s
Monitor EncoderContains information on:
Encoder features, reading of slowdown heights (R1D / R1S), re-levelling (RRIPD / RRIPS) and stop of the cabin (RLD / RLS) where D indicates down while S means up; finally it contains info on reading AGB / AGH and ZP heights.

Note: R1D and R1S heights can be modified pushing Enter without repeating self learning procedure (to let the slowing down distance be equal in rise and descent).
Door ZoneLenght of door zone ZP in mm

NOTE: Please consult the time diagram at the end of this manual, to better understand some parameter meanings.

“VVVF” Menu

This menu is available only when a FUJI FRENIC LIFT VVVF is connected to a Control Lift Board.

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< VVVF >
VVVF Basic menu list Parameters
VVVF Basic menu list Parameters
Cod.ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
F03Maximum speedMax speed of the motor ◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
150-3600 RPM1500 RPM
F05Rated VoltageRated voltage of the motor driven by the inverter◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
160-500 V380 V
F07Acc T1Acceleration ramp (Only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-99,9 sec1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,01 sec (Encoder)
F08Dec T2Acceleration ramp (Only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-99,9 sec1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,01 sec (Encoder)
F42Control ModeControl Mode◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-1-20 (Geared drives, closed loop)
1 (Gearless drives, closed loop)
2 (Geared drives, open loop)
E12Acc/dec T5◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E13Acc/dec T6◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E15Acc/dec T8◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E16Acc/dec T9◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.00 – 99.9 sec1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
C07Creep SpeedCreeping speed (Only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
4,0 Hz
C10Middle SpeedSystem speed under inspection mode (Only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
20 Hz
C11High SpeedHigh speed for multistep speed change (Only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
50 Hz
P01Motor PolesNumber of poles of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
4 (see motor data)
P02Motor Rated CapRated power of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
Function of Inverter size (see motor data)
P03Motor Rated CurRated current intensity of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
Function of Inverter size (see motor data)
P04Motor AutotuningAuto tuning of motor parameters (geared drives only)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0 (2 to trigger the auto tuning procedure for geared drives)
P06M-No-Load Curr.Motor no-load current◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
Automatically set during Auto tuning
P12M-Rated SlipRated slip frequency of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-15HzAutomatically set
L01PG selectSee Annex IV◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-50 Geared drives
4 Gearless drives
L02PG resolutionResolution of the pulse encoder (Pulse/ Turn)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
360-60000 P/R1024 Geared drives
2048 Gearless drives
L19S-Curve 1S-Curve – 1◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
30 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L24S-Curve 6S-Curve – 6◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
25 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L25S-Curve 7S-Curve – 7◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
30 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L26S-Curve 8S-Curve – 8◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
25 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L27S-Curve 9S-Curve – 9◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
30 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L82Brake On DelayDelay from activation of BRKS output◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-10,00 Sec0,1 (FAI/FAS)
0,3 (Encoder)
L83Brake Off delayDelay from deactivation of BRKS output◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-10,00 Sec0,4 (FAI/FAS)
0,1 (Encoder)
VVVF Advanced menu list Parameters (first part)
VVVF Advanced menu list Parameters (first part)
Cod.ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
F01Speed commandCommand selection for speed variation ◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0=MULTISPEED 1=NR Analogic (no polarized) no available0 (with FAI/FAS positioning system)
1 (with Encoder)
F03Maximum speedMax speed of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
150-3600 RPM1500 RPM
F04Rated speedRated speed of the motor (Frequency)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
50 Hz
F05Rated VoltageRated voltage of the motor driven by the inverter◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
160-500 V380 V
F07Acc T1Acceleration ramp (only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-99,9 sec1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,01 sec (Encoder)
F08Dec T2Deceleration ramp (only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-99,9 sec1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,01 sec (Encoder)
F09TRQ BoostTorque increase◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,0-5,00,0
F10Electronic OLOverload electrical protection◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1 - 22
F11Overload LevelElectronic Thermal Overload Protection for Motor (Value in Ampere equal to the inverter size)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1 to 200% of the rated current100 % of the rated current
F12Overload timeThermic time constant◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.5 – 75.0 min. 5.0 (up to 22 kW)
10.0 (up to 30 kW)
F20DC Brake speedFrequency threshold for DC INJECTION◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,0 Hz
F21DC Brake levelIntensity threshold for DC INJECTION◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
45 %
F22DC Brake TDC INJECTION time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,8 sec
F23Starting SpeedStarting speed (in Hz) for the inverter◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-150 0,5 Hz (FAI/FAS)
0,1 Hz (Encoder)
F24Holding TimeHolding time of running at starting speed for the inverter◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-10 Sec0,0 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,3 sec (Encoder)
F25Stopping SpeedStopping speed (in Hz) for the inverter◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,0 Hz (FAI/FAS)
0,1 Hz (Encoder)
F26Motor SoundCarrier frequency◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
15 KHz
F42Control ModeControl Mode◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-1-20 (Geared drives, closed loop)
1 (Gearless drives, closed loop)
2 (Geared drives, open loop)
F44Current LimiterActivation level of the current limiter. If 999, value means no current limitation◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
% to the rated current of the inverter200 %
E04Command X4Input X4 not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
8
E05Command X5Input X5 not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
60
E06Command X6Input X6 not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
61
E07Command X7Input X7 not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
62
E08Command X8Input X8 not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
63
E10Acc/dec T3◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E11Acc/dec T4◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E12Acc/dec T5◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E13Acc/dec T6◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E14Acc/dec T7◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E15Acc/dec T8◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E16Acc/dec T91,8 sec (FAI/FAS)
0,0 sec (Encoder)
E20Signal Y1Output Y1 (transistor) not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
10
E21Signal Y2Output Y2 (transistor) not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
25
E22Signal Y3Output Y3 (transistor) not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
2
E23Signal Y4Output Y4 (transistor) not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
57
E30Speed Arr. HystNot used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,5
E31Speed Det.LevNot used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
50,00
E32Speed Det HystNot used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,51
E39RRD LevelRecommended direction in emergency (Not used)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0%
E61Analog Input 12Function of analog input 12◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-20 sec (FAI/FAS)
2 sec (Encoder)
E98Command FWDFunction for screw terminal FWD◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
98
E99Command REVFunction for screw terminal REV◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
99
VVVF Advanced menu list Parameters (second part)
VVVF Advanced menu list Parameters (second part)
Cod.ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
C01BATRY TL ITorque limitation in emergency (999 value means that the limit is like F44)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
999
C02BATRY TL T◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0 Sec
C03Battery SpeedSpeed during emergency run ◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
C07Creep SpeedCreeping speed (only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
C10Middle SpeedSystem speed under inspection mode (only with FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
C11High SpeedHigh speed for multistep speed change (FAI/FAS positioning system)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P01Motor PolesNumber of poles of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P02Motor Rated CapRated power of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P03Motor Rated CurRated current intensity of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P04Motor AutotuningAuto tuning of motor parameters (geared drives only)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P06M-No-Load Curr.Motor no-load current ◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P07M-%R1Motor (%R1)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P08M-%XMotor (%X)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P09M-Slip driving Slip compensation gain in percentage to the rated slip (P12) at the driving sides
P10M-Slip brakingSlip compensation gain in percentage to the rated slip (P12) at the braking sides◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P11M-Slip TSlip compensation time value (fixed)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
P12M-Rated SlipRated slip frequency of the motor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H04Auto reset TimesAuto-resetting (Number of times)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H05Auto reset intAuto-resetting (Reset interval)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H06Cooling Fan CTRLDelay on Cooling Fan turning off (999 value means that there is no limit on fan control; fan is always turned on)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H57S-Curve 11Curve to S-11◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H58S-Curve 12Curve to S-12◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H64Zero Hold Time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H65Soft Start Time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H67Stop Hold Time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H96Brake MonitorEnable Brake monitor◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
H190Motor UVW orderSequenza fasi uscita motore◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
VVVF Advanced menu list Parameters (third part)
VVVF Advanced menu list Parameters (third part)
Cod.ParameterDescriptionNavigationValuesDefault Value
L01PG selectSee annex IV◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-50 Geared drives
4 Gearless drives
L02PG resolutionResolution of the pulse encoder (Pulse/ Turn)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
360-60000 P/R1024 Geared drives
2048 Gearless drives
L03P.P.TuningSee annex IV◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
L04P.P.OffsetMagnetic Pole Position Offset (Offset angle) for gearless drives◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
Automatically set during Auto tuning (L03)
L05ACR P gain◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1,5
L19S-Curve 1L19 to L28 specify S-curve zones to be applied to operations driven by multistep speed commands with S-curve acceleration/deceleration.◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
30 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L20S-Curve230 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L21S-Curve 330 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L22S-Curve 430 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L23S-Curve 530 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L24S-Curve 625 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L25S-Curve 730 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L26S-Curve 825 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L27S-Curve 930 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L28S-Curve 1030 % (FAI/FAS)
20 % (Encoder)
L29SFO Hold TShort Floor Operation (Holding time) – NOT USED◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00 sec
L30SFO SpeedShort Floor Operation (Allowable speed) – NOT USED◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00 sec
L36ASR P Gain HighSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
30 (FAI/FAS)
10 (Encoder)
L37ASR I Gain HighSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,1 (FAI/FAS)
0,1 (Encoder)
L38ASR P Gain LowSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
40 (FAI/FAS)
30 (Encoder)
L39ASR I Gain LowSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,09 (FAI/FAS)
0,1 (Encoder)
L40Switch Speed 1Not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
5 (FAI/FAS)
5 (Encoder)
L41Switch Speed 2Not used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
10 (FAI/FAS)
10 (Encoder)
L42ASR-FF Gain◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.000 – 10.000 sec0.000 sec
L55TB Start time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.00 – 1.00 sec0.20 sec
L56TB End time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.00 – 20.00 sec0.20 sec
L64TB Digital 3◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
-200 - +200 %0 %
L65ULC operationUnbalanced load Compensation◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0-10 (FAI/FAS)
0 (Encoder)
L66ULC activationUnbalanced load compensation (Activation time)◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,01-2 Sec0,5 (FAI/FAS)
0,5 (Encoder)
L68ULC ASR P gainSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
10 (FAI/FAS)
10 (Encoder)
L69ULC ASR I gainSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,01 (FAI/FAS)
0,01 (Encoder)
L73APR P gain zeroSee annex V◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0 (FAI/FAS)
0 (Encoder)
L74APR D Gain◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.0
L75Filter Time◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.000 sec
L76ACR P constant◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0.00
L80Brake modeBrake Control (BRKS) output mode◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
1-22
L81Brake On LevelOutput current that turns the BRKS signal ON when L80 = 2.◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,-200% of motor no-load current30 %
L82Brake On DelayDelay from activation of BRKS output◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-10,00 Sec0,1 (FAI/FAS)
0,3 (Encoder)
L83Brake Off delayDelay from deactivation of BRKS output◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-100 Sec0,4 (FAI/FAS)
0,1 (Encoder)
L84BRKS check tAllowable time between BRKS output and BRKE input (Er6) ◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0,00-10 sec0,0 sec
L99ACTION SELNot used◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0
L198Op. set switch 1BIT0 = It is possible to fix the carrier frequency to 16 kHz for the whole speed range in order to reduce driving noise.◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0
L199Op. set switch 2Reserved.◄► (Selection)
▲▼ (Change value)
0

“Rec Parameters” Menu

Note: data saving is not required only for emulation of PBV3 controllers.

----->>>>>----->>>>>Floor 0 - 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Reference table
Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >

----- ENTER ---->Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Save Parameters
----- ENTER ---->
<----- ESC ------
Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Save Parameters
Are you sure ?
▲ ▼ENTER
Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Save Parameters
End reg.
Floor 0Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Reset Parameters
----- ENTER ---->
<----- ESC ------
Floor 0Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Reset Parameters
Are you sure ?
ENTER
Floor 0Floor 0 12:30:56
< Rec Parameters >
Reset Parameters
End reg.

“Clock” Menu

----->>>>>----->>>>>
OR
----->>>>>----->>>>>Floor 0 - 12:30:56
< Clock >

  • Da = Day
  • Mo = Month
  • Yr = Year
  • D = Weekday (1=Mon)
  • Hr = Hours
  • Mn = Minutes

WARNING: In case of system shutdown, the time is saved by means of a Super Capacitor (for up to 5 days without power supply).

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting (first part)
N.FaultTypeDescriptionRemedy
1ResetPower supply failure: the controller is not powered
2Contactors blockedOne or more NC contacts associated to the power contactors and connected in series on the input CCO and CCOB remain open after the elevator car stop.
Cod. 0 CCO open
Cod. 1 CCOB open
Cod. 2 CCO+CCOB open
Check:
1- the series of auxiliary contacts (NC) of the power contactors and other cables in series on the circuit CCO and CCOB
2- the CCO and CCOB circuit wiring
3- the connection of the CCO and CCOB on the board
3Low speed too longCar moving at low speed for too long. In case of VVVF may be too low engine torque in the approching floor phase.Check:
1- Check parameter “Low Speed fault time” (§ 5.5) and increase time if necessary
2- the elevator speed to a low speed (in the case of VVVF); increase it if necessary
3a- the decelarating distance to the plane indicated (magnets / flags FAI / FAS)
3B- value of the distance R1D / R1S if Encoder is used (§ 5.9)
4OverloadOverload input (SUR) activated (NO contact)Check
1- the SUR input (if locked) and wiring
2- the setting of the load weighing device
5Positioning faultThis error shows a difference between the performed theoretical counting and the real position detected:
FAI/FAS: at the activation of the AGB/AGH limit contacts;
ENCODER: at the activation of the AGB/AGH limit contacts (cod 0) and at the activation of ZP magnet floor (cod 100) or stop level’s ZP magnet floor (cod 200)
Check:
1- the correct positioning of the magnets (or flags)
2- operation of magnetic reeds, optical detector or encoder; verify the arrival of 24V current
3- the distance between extreme contact and magnet (or flag)
6Direction faultThe controller detects the wrong direction of travelCheck:
1- the direction of travel of the engine (control UP vs. Car movement direction)
2- the installation and connection of FAI / FAS sensors
3- CW / CCW Encoder configuration (§ 5.9)
4- AGH and AGB inputs
7Safety 3 open at stopSafety chain interrupted with elevator not running. Calls are deleted. On the PlayPad Led SE3 is off.Check all contacts between the terminals SC2 and SE3 (Safety Gear, Limit switch, Overspeed Governor).
9Door lock faultSafety chain open at point SE6 when a call is registered
With automatic door: door re-opens and then closes (3 times, after which all calls are cancelled).
Other door types: after a few seconds all calls are cancelled

Cod 5: floor locks
Cod 6: elevator car door
Check all contacts between the terminals SD2 and SD3 (floor locks) or SC4 and SC5 (elevator car doors) according cod info, their connection and if an object obstructs the closing of the door to the indicated floor (POS).
In case of 81-21 devices check its contacts in Normal mode operations.
10Door A opening slippageOnly doors with limit switch: door does not open within the planned time. In case of slippage during door opening, the door is considered openCheck:
1- Door open limit switch (FOA) and its wiring;
2- door operator power supply and fuses;
3- door open contactors (ROA)
11Door B opening slippageSame as door A, for second entranceSame as A, but signals (FOB) and (ROB).
12Safety chain open before Input SE3 while elevator car travelling. Car stops and elevator car calls are cancelled.
On the PlayPad Led SE3 is off.
Safety chain open before Input SE3 while elevator car travelling. Car stops and elevator car calls are cancelled.
On the PlayPad Led SE3 is off.
Check all contacts between the terminals
S35-S36 (Top of Car)
SC3-SM4 (controller)

Safety devices: Safety Gear, Limit switch, Overspeed Governor.
13Motor temperature sensorInputs TH1 or TH2 of motor temperature is activated (NC contact)

Cod 1: TH1 open
Cod 2: TH2 open
Cod 3: TH1 and TH2 open
Check inputs (TH1, TH2), sensor connections and the state of the motor’s temperature sensor.
14Parameters memoryFault in the Eprom parameters memoryReset, re-enter and record all parameters
15Final limit switchWhen it is reached the final limit switch (or Safety Gear or Overspeed Governor limiter trip), the input SE3 is active (NC contact).
After delay of 1,5 s the error remains in memory, even after deactivation of the signal, and inhibits the landing calls and the elevator car movements, until special reset Menu "Errors" is made
(Reset SE3).
1- Release the final limit switch (or Safety Gear or OSG) closing the safety chain (SE3) and cancel fault in the “Error” Menu (§ 5.3).
2- Check the connection of the NC contact between SC2 and SE3 terminals
16Fire detection.In case of fire sensors installed, this fault indicates that one or more sensors are activeCheck fire sensor input(s)
17Safety 4 open during travel
Safety chain open before input SE4 while elevator car travelling.
Landing calls and the elevator car movements are cancelled
On the PlayPad Led SE4 is off.
Check all contacts between the terminals SD1 and SD2 (Preliminaries floor doors).
18Safety 6 open during travelSafety chain open before Input SE6 while elevator car travelling.
landing calls and the elevator car movements are cancelled
On the PlayPad Led SE6 is off.

Cod 5: floor locks
Cod 6: elevator car door
Check all contacts between the terminals SD2 and SD3 (floor locks).

Check all contacts between the terminals SC4 and SC5 (elevator car door).

Check all contacts between the terminals SC5 and SE6 (Protection device 81-21).
19Low tension during movementMotherboard power below 17V (this fault disappears when the 24V is restored)

Cod 0: Main power Input
Cod 1: Overcurrent on VCAB
Cod 2: Overcurrent on VMR
Cod 3: Short Circuit on VCAB
Cod 4: Short Circuit on VMR
Check the network, the supply voltage to the transformer primary, the presence of 24V and the consumption of the circuit.
20Travel interruptedDuring upward (or downward) movements contactors open while RMO (or RDE) commands are active. Possible short interruption of the safety circuit while moving.

Cod 100: CCO signal falling during travel
Cod 200: CCOB signal falling during tavel
Check:
1- Preliminary contacts and door lockers at the indicated floor
2- elevator car door contacts
3- the supply voltage of the safety circuit


This symbol means a blocking fault: switch off main power and then switch it on again to put the lift back in service.
Troubleshooting (second part)
N.FaultTypeDescriptionRemedy
21CCO input blockedThe contactors control circuit (Input CCO) remains closed after travel command is given

Cod. 100 CCO
Cod. 200 CCOB
Cod. 250 CTB not activated
check:
1- wiring and state of the auxiliary contacts (NC) of the power contactors and other NC contacts wired in series on the CCO / CCOB circuit
2- CCO / CCOB Motherboard input
22Low tension at stopSame as Fault N.19Check the network, the supply voltage to the transformer primary, the presence of 24V and the consumption of the circuit.
23AGB blockedThe expected operation of AGB (NC) contact is not checked.

Cod 100: contact is not closed at floor different from bottom floor (downward calls erased).
Cod 200: contact is not open at lowest floor (lift locked)
Check the condition of the contact AGB (mechanical switch or magnetic sensor) and the AGB circuit wiring
24AGH blockedThe expected operation of AGH (NC) contact is not checked.

Cod 100: contact is not closed at floor different from top floor (upward calls erased).
Cod 200: contact is not open at top floor (lift locked)
As for the error 23, regarding the AGH input
25AGH and AGB simultaneouslyInputs AGB / AGH opened simultaneously. The system shuts down.Check the condition of AGH and AGB contacts (mechanical or magnetic) and their wiring.
When one of the two contacts is closed, the system performs a reset manoeuvre.
26Running time UP No change in the beam status for motion sensors (or floor) for more than planned during elevator car travel. In case of encodeur the threshold is 1 sec. over AGB/AGH limit point

Cod 0: problem on FAI FAS input (no changing of inputs for time longer than “Running time” parameter
Cod 100: problem on encoder channel
Cod 200: no changing of ZP input for time longer than “Running time” parameter
Check contactors, brake, motor power supply, FAI/FAS sensors (or ENCODER).
Check “X1” and “12” inputs of the VVVF. Anti-slippage test: See Annex 2 – Test and measures
27Running time DOWN See above but in downward movementSee above but in downward movement
28Door A closing slippageOnly doors with limit switch:
Door A does not close within programmed time.
3 complete opening/closing cycles are performed, then all registered calls are cancelled
Check:
1- door close limit switch FFA (NC contact) and wiring
2- door motor power supply and fuses
3- door close contactors (RFA)
29Door B closing slippageSame as door A, for second entranceSame as door A, but signals (FFB) and (RFB)
30Out of service switchIf the relevant parameter has been programmed, it indicates that the system has been put out of service through the activation of input HSCheck input HS (NO contact)
31Simultaneous variation of FAI/FAS positioning sensors. POS [n] indicates that the error occurred at floor [n].
POS 100 indicates a wrong sequence of beams
Simultaneous variation of FAI/FAS positioning sensors. POS [n] indicates that the error occurred at floor [n].
POS 100 indicates a wrong sequence of beams
Check power supply to sensors;
Check sensors and magnets position.
32Temporary op. without insp.During temporary operations the input REV or REV1 or REV2 must be active or the lift will not move.Check input REV, REV1 or REV2 (NC contact)
33Stopping accuracyWhen the lift stops at floor, the two FAI/FAS LEDs are on. If within 2 seconds from the stop one of the beams is interrupted, this fault occurs. If the system is equipped with ENCODER the uncertainty of the stop is more than 2 cm.Check:
1- position of the magnets (or flags);
2- deceleration distances;
3- motor brake
34Anti-nuisanceIt appears after a call cancellation and if the parameter “Anti-nuisance” has been programmed.
The reason is too many calls from the elevator car without the cell being cut (in case of combined doors) or without landing doors opening (other door types)
Change number of unwanted calls in the Anti-nuisance parameter
35Lift not avalaibleThe lift cannot take calls and is not considered for call dispatching (in multiplex). After 3 closing door cycles, the lift is considered unavailable for 1 minute.

Cod 10: No power on Car light

Only in multiplex:

Cod 100: light curtain / door open button
Cod 200: no SE4 signal (eg manual door not closed)
36Phase sequenceWrong sequence in input phases. Could be detected even during system shutdownCheck the right sequence of phases or swap two phases on power input terminals L1-L2-L3
37Low batteryLow charge on 24V batteryTest battery charge or change battery
38SE2 openSafety chain open. Landing calls and the elevator car movements are cancelled. Playpad SE2 led is off.

Cod 0: DIS switch open (SE0 led off)

Cod 1: PIT safety circuit open (SE1 led off)

Cod 2 : TOC safety circuit open (SE2 led off).
Check DIS Switch

Check all contacts between the terminals SP3 and SP4 (STOP in the pit, pit ladder, Inspection box, etc.).

Check all contacts between the terminals SC1 and SC2 (STOP on the Toc, Toc protection, Inspection box, etc).
39Ambient temperatureThis error indicates that the ambient temperature detected by the sensor is outside the set limits. Temperature below the lower threshold (code 100); temperatures above the higher threshold (code 200).1 - Check the presence and connection of the temperature sensor.
2- Control activation, the threshold adjustment and sensor calibration can be made in the Special Features menu.
40Fault RSPFor reduced pit and headroom.

Cod. 20: pit access according EN81.20
Cod. 21 shaft access according EN81.21
Cod 111: Monitor Relay RSDC fail (contact doesn’t open)
Cod. 121: reset circuit bi stable contact EN81.21 (automatic reset)
Cod 131: Bistabile circuit (relay RSR1)
Cod 132: Bistabile circuit (relay RSR2)
Clear RSP parameter in the menu Faults (§ 5.3)


Cod 111 check right working of relay RSDC

Cod. 121: check reset circuit. It could be possible automatic reset of bi stable contacts caused by problem on reset circuit. The contact series must be open and then make a standard reset.

Cod 131 (132) check right working of relsy RSR1 (RSR2) and after make the Reset procedure.


This symbol means a blocking fault: switch off main power and then switch it on again to put the lift back in service.
Troubleshooting (third part)
N.FaultTypeDescriptionRemedy
41Fault ISOProblem detected in the operation monitoring of safety module for advanced door opening / re-leveling. If activated, the installation goes into “out of service” mode at the top floor (electric) or bottom floor (hydro).

Cod 100: fail on Safety module monitor during travel
Cod 200: fail on Safety module monitor at level
Check the alignment of ISO1 and ISO2.
Reset ISO in the menu Faults (§ 5.3).
42TOC CommunicationNo serial link between controller and elevator car (in case of elevator car serial link system configuration)Check CAN link between controller and top of elevator car board
43InspectionThe system is in Inspection mode (NORM/ISP switch set to Inspection)

EN 81.1/2
Cod 1: REV input open (STD Version)
Cod 2: TOC’s REV1 input open
Cod 3: REV + TOC’s REV1 input open
Cod 5: REV input open (Pitagora version)
Cod 6: REV1 input open
Cod 7: REV + TOC’s REV1 input open


EN 81.20
Cod 11: PME inspection (REV)
Cod 12: TOC inspection (REV1)
Cod 13: PME + TOC inspection (REV + REV1)
Cod 14: PIT Inspection (REV2)
Cod 15: PME + PIT Inspection (REV + REV2)
Cod 16: TOC + PIT Inspection (REV1 + REV2)
Cod 17: PME + TOC + PIT Inspection (REV + REV1 + REV2)
To exit the inspection mode move the NORM/ISP switch to Normal and close the safety chain to trigger the reset procedure
44Re-levelling not completedHydraulic lifts: the re-levelling procedure was not completed within 10 seconds. All subsequent re-levelling requests at the same floor are inhibitedCheck:
1- the correct operation of the Safety module and of its sensors ZP1 and ZP2;
2- Check the FAI/FAS or ENCODER sensors and the ZP sensor;
3- position of the magnets in the re-levelling zone;
4- RISO relay.
45Fault ZPDoor zone contact stays open when the sensor is in door zone positionCheck the correct operation of the door zone sensor (if present);
See Fault # 33
46Multiplex link interruptedIn multiplex systems, this fault indicates that the link between two or more controllers in the multiplex loop is missing. Every controller switch to SIMPLEX-like functioning.
Cod 0: cable wiring between controller
Cod 255: firmware problem
Check the connection between the controllers (MULX board);
Check all multiplex settings.
47Faults memoryErrors in the faults memoryErase all faults
48BDU link unavailableIn case of serial communication with floors, indicates the loss of link between the controller and all BDU modules at floorsCheck:
1- BDU connector on screw terminals;
2- connection between the controller and the closest BDU;
3- the system configuration (§ 5.5)
49BDU faultIn case of serial communication with floors, indicates the loss of link between the controller and one or more BDU at floors.

On the BDU
GREEN LED fast blinking (0,5 sec): OK
GREEN LED slow blinking (1 sec): OK BDU not addressed
RED LED ON: Faulty BDU
RED LED slow blinking (1 sec): no communication.
GREEN and RED LEDs slow blinking (1 sec): communication sync in progress.
Check BDU functions and its connections;
Change defective BDUs;
Repeat addressing procedure
50Drift controlDrift control (if provided) activation: the system is put out of service at an extreme floorReset 82212 in the menu Faults (§ 5.3)
51Wrong PasswordIf the system has a password, this fault appears after entering the wrong password for three times.
52Fault VVVFA fault occurred in the inverter

Cod value is the subcode info of VVVF’s fault
Only in case of VVVF FUJI FRENIC LIFT.
See annex 4.
53Fault UCMUCM Circuit Fault:

Cod 2: Brakes open
Cod 3: Brakes closed in travel

Cod 100: UCM Detection
Cod 201: RUCM1 Stucked Open
Cod 202: RUCM2 Stucked Open
Cod 203: RUCM3 Stucked Open
Cod 204: Monitor OSG A3 (stud stucked in extended position)
Cod 210: RUCM1 Stucked Close
Cod 220: RUCM2 Stucked Close
Cod 230: RUCM3 Stucked Close
Cod 240: Monitor OSG A3 (stud stucked in retracted position)
Reset UCM in the menu Faults (§ 5.3).
54Safety zoneOnly for lift with no elevator car door and safety light curtains.

Cod 0: Light curtain active during travel (lift wait for a new Car call to restart)
Cod 1: Fail test CEDES door side A
Cod 2: Fail test CEDES door side B
Cod 10: Fail test on safety relay KSA
Cod 20: Fail test on safety relay KSB
Check circuit according cod’s info.
55Fault SCSSafety Circuit Shunt.
Function enabled by “Shaft Monitor” parameter. See annex X

Cod 2: Second contact door A shunted (FFA Signal).
Cod 4: Floor door contacts door A Shunted (SE4 input)
Cod 6: Car door contacts door A Shunted (SE6 input)
Cod 12: Second contact door B shunted (FFA Signal).
Cod 14: Floor door contacts door B Shunted (SE4 input)
Cod 16: Car door contacts door B Shunted (SE6 input)
Cod 100: No SE6 input during bypass (ISO Circuit)
Check circuit according cod’s info.
Reset SCS parameter in the menu Faults (§ 5.3).
56Fault UASUnintended Shaft Access
Function enabled by “Shaft Monitor” parameter.
Must be used BDU with additional door input (could be NO or NC).
System detect a manually floor door opening monitoring the auxiliary door input.

Cod 1: One Floor door manually open (with no open door command).
Cod 2: More than one Floor door manually open (at different floors)
Reset UAS in the menu Faults (§ 5.3).
57Bypass doorOnly for EN 81-20.
Bypass active on door safety contacts.
(Moving enabled only in inspection)
Check also SM1 module monitor

Cod 1: Bypass Car active
Cod 2: Bypass Pre-Locks active
Cod 3: Bypass Locks active
Cod 100: Module SM1 locked
Cod 100: Module SM1 is checked if only PME selector is active and no STOPS nor direction button pressed: in that condition module SM1 must be not enabled and SE3 input should be open
58OverspeedOnly for Encoder positioning system.
In inspection or Temporary mode Lift’s speed is more than 0,63 m/s
Check encoder parameters or inspection speed in positioning menu.
59Fault SHIOnly for 81-21 Pre-triggered device

Cod 0: Wrong feedback when SHI is not energized
Cod 255: Wrong feedback when SHI is energized

Manual protection:
Cod 101: Monitor Relay RMPP (contact doesn’t open)
Cod 102: Monitor Relay RMPP (contact doesn’t close)
Check Pre-Triggered Device (or relay RMPP)
60Fault ELGOELGO Fault.

Cod 4: Pre-triggered Stopping system Top
Cod 5: Pre-triggered Stopping system Bottom
Cod 8: Normal mode overspeed (pre tripping)
Cod 9: Normal mode overspeed (final tripping)
Cod 11: Inspection mode overspeed (final tripping)
Cod 13: Teach mode overspeed (final tripping)
Cod 14: Normal mode overspeed (leveling)
Cod 15: Normal mode overspeed (re-leveling)
Cod 24: Unintended elevator car movement

Cod 100: ELGO not in operative mode

Cod 102: ELGO’s Input EN81-21 in Manual Teach mode
Cod 103: ELGO’s eSGC_POW missing in Manual Teach mode
Cod 104: Restarting error in Manual Teach mode

Cod 200: Communication time out

Cod 255: Magnetic Band missing
Check ELGO configuration data.

Check ELGO wiring

Make a Fault reset to remove the fault.


This symbol means a blocking fault: switch off main power and then switch it on again to put the lift back in service.

Elevator car Positioning System and Stopping Accuracy

ELGO LIMAX 33 CP Absolute Encoder Counting System

ELGO LIMAX 33 CP Absolute Encoder Counting System
The absolute encoder allows you to replace all the safety contacts inside the lift shaft. The position of the cabin is detected thanks to a magnetic strip.
Features:
• Absolute position detection and safety functions:
– Extra limit switches
– Inspection limit switches
– Overspeed Governor (combined with an electronic safety gear
– Door bypass circuit (movement with doors open)
– UCM (in case of certified double brake)

• EU approved, SIL3 (TÜV)


Magnetic Tape

Remove all the magnets in the compartment before installing the magnetic tape.

Do not install the magnetic tape near permanent magnet motors.
Do not use magnetized tools near the Magnetic tape.
Do not use welding equipment near the magnetic tape.
Respect the fitting shown on the tape and make sure it is in the correct position shown in the following figure:


A) – Tape touches the guide with the magnetized side.
B) – Tape touches the guide with the steel side.

LED Signal

LEDDESCRIPTION
MODENormal modeSlow Flashing (1 s)
Pre-Commissioning ModeFast Flashing (0,1 s)
Teach ModeLights permanently
ERRORNo ErrorLed OFF
Generic ErrorLed ON
Emergency ErrorFlashing
TAPEMagnetic Tape not detectedLed ON
eSGCeSGC Contact closeLed ON
eSGC Contact OpenLed OFF
OCOC Contact closeLed ON
OC Contact OpenLed OFF
SR1SR1 Contact closeLed ON
SR1 Contact OpenLed OFF
SR2SR2 Contact closeLed ON
SR2 Contact OpenLed OFF
CAN-ERRStatus CAN OpenLed ON
CAN-RUNStatus Can OpenLed OFF


Explanation of safety contacts

Reduced Head and/or Reduced PIT InstallationSufficient Head and Pit clearance
according EN81-20 §5.2.5.7 / § 5.2.5.8
Normal ModeA) -TOP floor
Inspection ModeB) -BOTTOM floor
Safety contacts statusC1) -Upper reference position
Inspection UP buttonC2) -Lower reference position
Inspection DOWN buttonD1) -Upper final limit switch
Final limit switches Offset UpD2) -Lower final limit switch
Final limit switches Offset DownE1) -Upper pre-triggered stopping system limit
Inspection limit switches Offset UpE2) -Lower pre-triggered stopping system limit
Inspection limit switches Offset DownF1) -Upper inspection limit switch
Pre-Triggered Stopping System Offset UpF2) -Lower inspection limit switch
Pre-Triggered Stopping System Offset Down


For manual adjustment of the positions of the indicated is possible from menu <Positioning> Monitor Encoer (see table below).
 LabelPageDescription
N_LIM_S7Upper final limit switch offset (offset over top floor)
N_LIM_D7Lower final limit switch offset (offset under bottom floor)
I_LIM_S6Upper inspection limit switch (offset under top floor)
I_LIM_D6Lower inspection limit switch (offset over bottom floor)
TRIPS8Upper Pre-Triggered Stopping System limit (from Upper Reference Position)
TRIPD8Lower Pre-Triggered Stopping System limit (from Lower Reference Position)

TRIPS and TRIPD values are used only if ELGO is part of Safety System for Reduced Head and/or Pit  (ELGO + eSGC).

DMG Encoder based Counting System

DMG Encoder based Counting System

A) – Encoder
B) – Pulley
C) – Symbols

DMG’s rope and pulley Encoder provides the Playboard controller with a reliable, accurate and easy to install elevator car position detection system. The encoder calculates elevator car position by detecting the movement of the rope fixed to the cabin and checks this information with reference positions (detected during
the initial self learning procedure). If present, discrepancies in the reading are detected and compensated at every passage on AGB/AGH limit switches and door zone (ZP) positions. Actual deceleration distance is set by the position of AGB/AGH limit switches. System accuracy is 1,2mm.
The activation of ZP door zone sensors also enables the door open command.       
More over it is possible to set Inpsection limit point (no safety contacts).


D) – Terminal Top Floor
E) – Floor N
F) – Floor 0
H) – Deceleration distance
ZP) – Door Zone
AGB) – Limit switch for bottom deceleration or reset
AGH) – Limit switch for top deceleration or reset

Inspection limit position

Normal ModeA) -TOP floor
Inspection ModeB) -BOTTOM floor
Inspection UP buttonF1) -Upper inspection limit switch
Inspection DOWN buttonF2) -Lower inspection limit switch
Inspection limit position UpG1) -Moving enable
Inspection limit position DownG2) -Moving not enabled

For manual adjustment of the positions of the indicated is possible from menu <Positioning> Monitor Encoder (see table below).
 LabelPageDescription
I_LIM_S6Upper inspection limit (offset under top floor)
I_LIM_D6Lower inspection limit (offset over bottom floor)

Lift speed and Deceleration distance

Lift speed and Deceleration distance
In table is showed recommended values for deceleration distance and acceleration time according the lift’s speed.

Speed [m/s]Deceleration [mm]Acceleration time [s]
0,69003,0
0,710503,0
0,812003,0
0,913503,0
1,015003,0
1,117503,2
1,220003,3
1,322503,5
1,425003,6
1,527503,7
1,630003,8
1,732503,8
1,835003,9
1,938004,0
2,041004,1
2,142004,2
2,247004,3
2,350004,3
2,453004,4
2,556004,5
2,659504,6
2,763004,7
2,866504,8
2,970004,8
3,073504,9
3,177005,0
3,280505,1
3,385005,2
3,490005,3
3,595005,4
3,6100005,6
3,7105005,7
3,8110005,8
3,9115005,9
4,0120006,0

Annexs

Annex 1 – Multiplex Parameters Setting

Duplex elevator (example 1)
Example 1

Floors in MultiplexController A floorsController B floors
777
666
555
444
333
222
111
000

Controller AController B
Number of floors88
...
Multiplex configuration
Lift number1.X2.X
Floors in Multiplex88
OFFSET00

NOTE : please refer to examples 5 and 6 for the configuration of the button wiring indicated with X
Duplex “Dog Leg”elevator (example 2/3/4)
Example 2

Floors in MultiplexController A floorsController B floors
775
664
553
442
331
220
11
00

Controller AController B
Number of floors86
...
Multiplex configuration
Lift number1.X2.X
Floors in Multiplex88
OFFSET02

NOTE : please refer to examples 5 and 6 for the configuration of the button wiring indicated with X

– Example 3 –

Floors in MultiplexController A floorsController B floors
77
66
55
444
333
222
111
000

Controller AController B
Number of floors85
...
Multiplex configuration
Lift number1.X2.X
Floors in Multiplex88
OFFSET00

NOTE : please refer to examples 5 and 6 for the configuration of the button wiring indicated with X

Example 4

Floors in MultiplexController A floorsController B floors
75
64
553
442
331
220
11
00

Controller AController B
Number of floors66
...
Multiplex configuration
Lift number1.X2.X
Floors in Multiplex88
OFFSET02

NOTE : please refer to examples 5 and 6 for the configuration of the button wiring indicated with X
Shared button wiring (example 5)
Example 5

Controller APush-buttonsController B
77
66
55
44
33
22
11
00

Controller AController B
Number of floors88
...
Multiplex configuration
Lift number1.02.0
Floors in Multiplex88
OFFSET00

NOTE : each button must be connected to all controllers
Independent button wiring (example 6)
Example 6

Controller APush-buttonsPush-buttonsController B
77
66
55
44
33
22
11
00

Controller AController B
Number of floors86
...
Multiplex configuration
Lift number1.02.1
Floors in Multiplex88
OFFSET00

NOTE : each button is only connected to its controller and must NOT be connected in parallel
Multiplex call (example 7/8)
Example 7

Controller A floorsController B floors
77
66
55
44
33
22
11
00

If this function is activated, two types of call are possible:
a) standard pressure call (the call is assigned to the nearest elevator);
b) long pressure call (more than 3 seconds of pressure); this call is assigned to the elevator with  lower “Lift Number” (MASTER); use this function if you have two elevator cars of different sizes (i.e. one for disabled passengers and one standard) and the call must go to the bigger elevator car.


Example 8

Controller A floorsController B floors
5
4
53
42
31
20
1
0

If this function is activated, two types of call are possible:
a) standard pressure call (the call is assigned to the nearest elevator);
b) long pressure call (more than 3 seconds of pressure); this call is assigned to the elevator which can reach the highest floor (UP call) or the lowest (DOWN call). The example shows a long pressure call always being assigned to controller A, whereas a long pressure UP call will always be assigned to controller B.

Annex 2 – Test and measures


The main switch of the controller must be switched off by every maintenance and at least 365 days after the last switch off and on.
This procedure is mandatory and must be followed in order to start the Autotest of the ELGO LIMAX CP33 and FUJI LM2 components.

Test and measures (first part)
The following tests and measures may facilitate controls and tests to be performed before putting the installation in service (EN81-X D) and during the periodic maintenance interventions (EN81-X E). Some measures can be performed only through the encoder counting system.
Tests can be performed only if the installation is in normal operation mode; select parameter “test” to perform the test and press ENTER to start it. The test procedure can be stopped by switching the installation to inspection mode.
Test 1: Measure of the stopping space and time in UP direction, DMG UCM module in acceleration out of the door zone
Before starting the test, move the empty car to the floor where you want to take the measure.
During the test, the car will move upwards until the end of that floor door zone; now the forced intervention of the UCM module is activated and the car will thus stop. After the car has stopped, the distance covered from the floor level is shown (to be compared to point 5.6.7.5 of EN81-20) and the stopping time since the UCM activation. Important: the stopping distance must be calculated before, considering the sum of intervention times (controller + stopping unit). After the test, the UCM module must be reset (menu reset UCM).
Test 2: Measure of the stopping space and time in DOWN direction, DMG UCM module
Before starting the test, move the empty car to the floor where you want to take the measure.
During the test, the car will move downwards until the end of that floor door zone; now the forced intervention of the UCM module is activated and the car will thus stop. After the car has stopped, the distance covered from the floor level is shown (to be compared to point 5.6.7.5 of EN81-20) and the stopping time since the UCM activation. Important: the stopping distance must be calculated before, considering the sum of intervention times (controller + stopping unit). After the test, the UCM module must be reset (menu reset UCM).
Test 3: Measure of the stopping space and time in UP direction at rated speed
Before starting the test, move the empty elevator car to the ground floor.
During the test, the elevator car will move upwards up to the second last floor (AGH for two stops installations); now the elevator car stops. After the elevator car has been stopped, the distance covered from the second last floor and the stopping level and the stopping time are shown.
Test 4: Measure of the stopping space and time in DOWN direction at rated speed
Before starting the test, move the full loaded elevator car to the top floor.
During the test, the elevator car will move downwards up to the first floor (AGB for two stops installations); now the elevator car stops. After the elevator car has been stopped, the distance covered from the first floor and the stopping level and the stopping time are shown.
Test 5: Re-leveling test with too high elevator car (EN 81 point 14.2.1.2)
Before starting the test, move the elevator car to the floor where you want to take the measure.
During the test, the elevator car will move upwards until the re-leveling function is activated; now the elevator car is re-leveled. After the elevator car has stopped, the distance at which the re-leveling starts and the intervention time are shown. We recommend to perform the test at each floor to check the correct installation of the re-leveling sensors.
Test 6: Re-leveling test with too low elevator car (EN 81 point 14.2.1.2)
Before starting the test, move the elevator car to the floor where you want to take the measure.
During the test the elevator car will move downwards until the re-leveling function is activated; now the elevator car is re-leveled. After the elevator car has stopped, the distance at which the re-leveling starts and the intervention time are shown. We recommend to perform the test at each floor to check the correct installation of the re-leveling sensors.
Test and measures (second part)
Test 7: Final limit switch test (EN 81 point 10.5)
Before starting the test, move the elevator car to the ground or top floor.
During the test the elevator car will move towards the shaft end until the safety chain opens (or until the FCO input is detected). After the elevator car has stopped, the distance between the intervention floor and the limit switch intervention and the status of FCO input (NO contact for registering the limit switch intervention) are shown. The elevator car can be moved beyond the limit switch through the inspection control panel in the machine room (in inspection mode the movement beyond the top and bottom floor is disabled) to put the elevator car or the counterweight on the shock absorbers and perform the rope slipping test. Move the elevator car out of the limit switch area and put the installation in normal operation mode (if the second NO contact of the FCO input is connected, you must reset FCO in the menu “Faults”).
Test 8: Motor run time test (EN 81 point 12.10)
Before starting the test, move the elevator car to the ground or top floor.
During the test the elevator car will move towards the opposite extreme floor at null speed. After 5 seconds, the up/down run time error will be detected (check in the menu “Faults”). Clear all errors to put the installation in normal operation mode again.
Test 9: System balancing test
Before starting the test, place the cab on the ground floor with the weight suited to balance the system itself (typically 50% of the maximum load). During the test the cabin will start in the direction of the highest floor and the absorbed current at the middle of the shaft will be displayed. The cabin will then move to the lowest floor, once again displaying the absorbed current at the middle of the shaft. The values ​​will also be preserved after the end of the test for evaluation purposes.
Test 10: ELGO UCM in UP direction (ELGO-CP)
Before starting put the empty elevator car to the floor where you want to make the test (excluded top floor).
During the test the lift starts in UP direction up to the end of door zone; at this point ELGO will give a fault  (Fault ELGO Cod. 24) and stop the elevator car (OC contact open) and on the display is showed space and time of system intervention (to be compared with Eelevator N81 point 9.11.5).
IMPORTANT: spaces must pbe calculated before as a sum of intervention times (controller, Stopping device)
After test it is necessary a fault reset (Menu Fault, Reset) to put the ELGO LIMAX33-CP in normal operating mode.
Test and measures (third part)
Test 11: ELGO UCM in DOWN direction (ELGO-CP)
Before starting put the empty elevator car to the floor where you want to make the test (excluded bottom floor).
During the test the lift starts in DOWN direction up to the end of door zone; at this point ELGO will give a fault  (Fault ELGO Cod. 24) and stop the elevator car (OC contact open) and on the display is showed space and time of system intervention (to be compared with EN81 point 9.11.5).
IMPORTANT: spaces must pbe calculated before as a sum of intervention times (controller, Stopping device)
After test it is necessary a fault reset (Menu Fault, Reset) to put the ELGO LIMAX33-CP in normal operating mode.
Test 12: OSG and Safety Gear test (ELGO-CP + eSGC)
Before starting put the elevator car to the top or bottom floor.
During the test the lift starts in high speed and the OSG+eSGC will open at nominal speed (Fault ELGO Cod. 9) stopping the elevator car.
After test it is necessary a fault reset (Menu Fault, Reset) to put the ELGO LIMAX33-CP in normal operating mode.
Test 13: ETSL system intervention in UP direction (ELGO-CP)
Optional function. In normal condition protection open OC contact if the cabine’s speed is too high during the UP direction trip (risk for counterweight on the buffers).
During the test ELGO consider the middle of the Shaft as if it were the Upper Reference point.
Before starting the test, place the empty cabin on the ground floor (lowest floor) without load to simulate the worst conditions. During the test the cabin will start towards the highest floor. Before  the mid-point of the lift shaft the ELGO will open the OC safety contact (Fault ELGO Cod. 16) and the elevator car will stop for brake intervention before reaching the half compartment position (assumed as the simulated buffer position).
The intervention time (from the opening of the OC contact) and distance from the mid-point of the lift shaft (safety margin with the buffers) are displayed.
Test 14: ETSL system intervention in DOWN direction (ELGO-CP)
Optional function. In normal condition protection open OC contact if the cabine’s speed is too high during the UP direction trip (risk for cabine on the buffers).
During the test ELGO consider the middle of the Shaft as if it were the Lower Reference point.
Before starting the test, place the cabin on the top floor with a fully loaded lift cabin to simulate the worst conditions. During the test the cabin will start towards the bottom floor. Before  the mid-point of the lift shaft the ELGO will open the OC safety contact (Fault ELGO Cod. 16) and the elevator car will stop for brake intervention before reaching the half compartment position (assumed as the simulated buffer position).
The intervention time (from the opening of the OC contact) and distance from the mid-point of the lift shaft (safety margin with the buffers) are displayed.
Test 15: Reduced Head Safety test (EN 81-21 – ELGO-CP+eSGC)
Test for Reduced Head and Protection system based on ELGO+eSGC.
Protection intervention is after a shaft access, in the point given by distance TRIPS (Monitor Encoder, pag 8) from the Upper Reference position (counterweight on the buffer).
During the test ELGO intervention is given also with lift in normal mode, without any shaft access simulation. Before starts the test put the lift under the intervention point.
During the test elevator car will start in UP direction (to the top floor). When elevator car reaches the intervention point, ELGO will open OC contact and switch off the eSGC output stopping the elevator car (Fault ELGO Cod. 4).
After test it is necessary a fault reset (Menu Fault, Reset) to put the ELGO LIMAX33-CP in normal operating mode.
Test and measures (fourth part)
Test 16: Reduced Pit Safety test (EN 81-21 – ELGO-CP+eSGC)
Test for Reduced Pit and Protection system based on ELGO+eSGC.
Protection intervention is after a shaft access, in the point given by distance TRIPD (Monitor Encoder, pag 8) from the Lower Reference position (Cabine on the buffer).
During the test ELGO intervention is given also with lift in normal mode, without any shaft access simulation.
Before starts the test put the lift over the intervention point.
During the test elevator car will start in DOWN direction (to the bottom floor). When elevator car reaches the intervention point, ELGO will open OC contact and switch off the eSGC output stopping the elevator car (Fault ELGO Cod. 5).
After test it is necessary a fault reset (Menu Fault, Reset) to put the ELGO LIMAX33-CP in normal operating mode.
Test 17: OC Safety contact test (ELGO-CP)
Only for installation with ELGO-CP.
Test checks if the safety contact OC inside the ELGO works porperly: contact opens for 0,5 sec. (you can check the safety chain open from SE3 point).
Test is automatically executed one time a day.
It is no further operation needed after the test (lift is in normal Service).
Test 18: Door Disable
Test for temporarly disabling door operators.
Test is useful if technician needs to make some test with lift in normal mode but without the risk some user can enter in the elevator car.
It is possible to program a time of 1/5/10/30/60 minutes.
Time is valid also if Lift will be put in inspection / Normal again.
At the end of timer, lift comes back in normal mode.
Test 19: Black out Simulation
Only for installation with full emergency option. Lift behaviour is the same you have when power supply goes off, so it make an automatic emergency moving the car to the floor and opens the door.
Test 20: Telephon call for low batteries level simulation
Controller send command to DMCPIT (output ALARM Enable) as if the battery level was wrong for an emergency call. This signal has to be connected to the telephone’s input for emergency call.

Annex 3 – Instructions for Software update

PlayPad (PLP) SW update procedure
SW update file for PLP is:
FileName.PP2

Insert the USB device into the slot, waiting for the message as in the Figure 1.

(Figure 1)

Select “Put a file into PlayPad” (default), press OK button. Window changes into Figure 2.

(Figure 2)

Follow the instruction on screen and select the .PP2 file (in the example PLP2_2.PP2) and press OK. Window changes into Figure 3

(Figure 3)

Press OK to confirm the update process. Window changes into Figure 4

(Figure 4)

At the end of Procedure you have to remove the USB (Figure 5 or Figure 6 will be appear).

(Figure 5)

(Figure 6)
Devices SW update procedure
Insert the USB device into the slot, waiting for the message as in the Figure 7 and Select “Put a file into PlayPad” (default) and press OK button.

(Figure 7)

Window changes into Figure 8.

(Figure 8)

Follow the instruction on screen and select the *.bin file and press OK. Window changes into Figure 9.

(Figure 9)

Press OK to confirm the update process. Window changes into Figure 10, wait for a while.

(Figure 10)

Select the Device (or device group) to update and press OK (Figure 11)

(Figure 11)

Window changes into Figure 12: wait until the process is completed. If you need to press any arrow button to switch on the backlight.

(Figure 12)

When the process ends (Figure 13) press Esc button until the windowshows “Please remove USB Device” (Figure 14).

(Figure 13)

(Figure 14)


DeviceTime needed for updating SW
Mother board (Playboard Controller)3 minutes
PlayPad 4.01 minute
TOC Board (Car TOP Interface)1 minute
DMCPIT Board (Car COP Interface)1 minute
Serial Pushbittons Intarfaces (BDU Devices)30 seconds
Expansion boards (PIT8 / 16RL / 16IO)30 seconds

(Table III.1 – Timing for SW update)

Annex 4 – VVVF Frenic Lift Setting

Motor Tuning (VVVF Controller)
In the case of a Controller equipped with electric inverter Fuji FRENIC Lift, the self-learning procedure of motor data (“Tuning”) must be performed. This must be carried out in order to align the functioning of the drive to the electrical characteristics of the motor on site. The tuning procedure must be done in temporary operation. The procedure is different according to the type of Motor.

Tuning procedure

Select “Installation menu”
In the screen will appear:

Confirm by pressing OK and select “Machine / VVVF Autotuning:


Insert the requested parameter and move on to the next one by pressing the Right Arrow.

The list of VVVF Parameter is:
ParameterDescriptionGearless MotorGeared Motor
P01 - Motor PolesInsert Motor Pole's numberXX
F03 – Maximum SpeedInsert max motor Speed [RPM] (Motor Plate)XX
F04 – Rated CurrentInsert Rated motor speed [Hz]
(Motor Plate)
XX
F05 – Rated VoltageInsert Rated motor voltage [V]
(Motor Plate)
XX
P08 – M-%XInsert value 10 %X
P07 – M-%R1Insert value 5 %X
P06 – M-No Load Curr.Insert value 0 [A]X
P03 – Motor Rated CurrentInsert rated current [A]
(Motor Plate)
X
P02 – Motor Rated CapInsert rated power [kW]
(Motor Plate)
X
C11 – High SpeedInsert high speed [Hz]
(Motor Plate)
X
C10 – Middle SpeedInsert middle speed [Hz]
(Inspection speed)
X
C07 – Creep SpeedInsert low speed [Hz]
(10% of C11)
X
L01 – PG selectSet motor Encoder type:
(VVVF Optional Boards)
XX (*)
L02 – PG resolutionInsert Motor Encoder ResolutionXX (*)

(*) Closed loop only

Last parameter is different according Motor Type:

GEARLESS motor:
Select 4 : Static Tuning
Select 5 : Dynamic tuning (only if free from ropes)



GEARED motor:
Select 3


In case of any problem go to the Fault menu to identify the Problem (§ Motor Tuning Errors)

At the end of the procedure, press the up/down button and check the correct elevator car movement direction; if not correct, invert values of parameters E98 and E99.
For closed loop installations, in the <I/O Status>, VVVF IN/OUT menu, check that the VVVF motor encoder value (4/7) is positive (+) during upward movement and negative (-) during downward movement when the FWD (1/7) command is activated. If not, invert a channel in the motor encoder of the VVVF.
VVVF Optional Boards
L01A/B Output channelAbsolute SignalNote
0NoneChoice is not possible because for Asynchronous motors
112/15V Complementary;
12/15V Open Collector;
5V Line Driver
ZFor Encoder 5V Line Driver required optional board OPC-LM1-IL
25V Line Driver3 bit code (segnale U, V, W)Required optional board OPC-LM1-PP
35V Line Driver4 bit gray codeRequired optional board OPC-LM1-PP
4Sinusoidal Differential Voltage 1 Vp-pEnDat 2.1
(ECN1313 compatible)
Required optional board OPC-LM1-PS
5Sinusoidal Differential Voltage 1 Vp-pSinusoidal Differential Voltage 1 Vp-p (ERN1387 compatible)Required optional board OPC-LM1-PR
VVVF Fault Table
CodeDescription
OC1Overcurrent during accelerationThe inverter momentary output current exceeded the
overcurrent level.
OC2Overcurrent during deceleration
OC3Overcurrent during running at a constant speed
EFGround faultZero-phase current caused by ground fault in the output
circuit has exceeded the allowable limit.
(30kW or above)
OV1Overvoltage during accelerationThe DC link bus voltage exceeded the overvoltage detection
level.
OV2Overvoltage during deceleration
OV3Overvoltage during running at a constant speed
LVUndervoltageThe DC link bus voltage dropped below the undervolt detection level. age
Lin *Input phase loss An input phase loss occurred or the Interphase voltage
unbalance rate was large.
OH1Heat sink overheat The temperature around the heat sink has risen abnormally.
OH2External alarmThe external alarm THR was entered.
(when the THR "Enable external alarm trip" has been
assigned to any digital input terminal)
OH3Inverter internal overheat The temperature inside the inverter has exceeded the
allowable limit.
OH4Motor protection (PTC/NTC thermistor) The temperature of the motor has risen abnormally.
DBHBraking register overheat The temperature of the Braking resistor has exceede allowable limit.
OL1Overload of motor 1The electronic thermal protection for motor overload detection
was activated.
OLUInverter overloadThe temperature inside the IGBT has risen abnormally.
OSOver speed prevention The motor speed is higher than maximum speed * L32.
PGBroken wiring in the PGThe motor speed is higher than maximum speed * L32.
nrbNTC wire break errorDetected a wire break in the NTC thermistor detection circuit.
Er1Memory error An error has occurred when writing data to the inverter
memory.
Er2Keypad communications error A communications error has occurred between the key and the inverter. pad
Er3CPU error A CPU error or LSI error has occurred.
Er4Option communications error A communications error has occurred between the connected
option card and the inverter.
Er5Option error An error was detected by the connected option card (not by
the inverter).
Er6Operation protection An incorrect operation was attempted.
Er7Tuning error Auto-tuning or Magnetic Pole Position Offset tuning has failed,
resulting in abnormal tuning results.
Er8RS-485 communications error (port 1)A communications error has occurred during RS-485
communication.
ErPRS-485 communications error (port 2)
OPLOutput phase loss An output phase loss occurred.
ErESpeed mismatching The reference speed and the detection speed are different.
ErFData saving error during undervoltage When the undervoltage protection was activated, the inverter
failed to save data, showing this error.
ErHHardware errorThe LSI on the power printed circuit board has malfunctioned
due to noise, etc.
ErtCAN open communication errorA communications error has occurred during CANopen communication.
ECFEN1, EN2 terminals circuit errorAn abnormality was diagnosed in EN1, EN2 terminals circuit.
OtOver torque current Reference torque current became excessive.
DBABraking transistor broken Detection of an abnormality in the brake transistor
bbEBrake confirmation The inverter detects mismatch between the brake control signal and brake detection (feedback) signal.
EoEN1, EN2 terminals chatteringDetected collision between ENOFF output and EN1/EN2 terminals. input
ECLCustomizable logic error A customizable logic configuration error has caused an alarm.
OH6Charging resistor overheat The temperature of the charging resistor inside the has exceeded the allowable limit. inverter
rbARescue by brake alarmNo movement detected during rescue operation by bra control.
tCAReaching maximum numbers of trip
counter
The number of trip direction changes has reached the preset level.
SCAShort-circuit control error The inverter detects mismatch between the short-circuit
control signal and short-circuit detection (feedback) signal.
LCOLoad-cell overload Load-cell function has detected overload situation by means
of preset level.
VVVF alarm subcode table
CodeAlarm nameSubcodeDescription
OC1Overcurrent during acceleration1
Overcurrent protection (OCT interruption) - Normal overcurrent
2Overcurrent protection (OCL interruption) - Normal overcurrent
OC2Overcurrent during deceleration3Short circuit protection - Overcurrent at start
4Ground fault protection - Overcurrent at start
OC3Overcurrent during constant speed5Detection signal failure (FAULT signal) - Gate circuit
11Detection signal failure (OCT signal) - Detection circuit (PPCB)
12Detection signal failure (OCL signal) - Detection circuit (PPCB)
OV1Overvoltage during acceleration1
11
Overvoltage Protection (OVT signal)
Detection signal failure (OVT signal)
OV2Overvoltage during deceleration
OV3Overvoltage during constant speed
LinInput phase loss1Rectifier diode protection level detection
2Continuous operation tolerance level detection
OPLOutput phase loss1
OH1Cooling fin overheat1Cooling fin overheat (NTC2)
3Converter overheat (NTC4)
11Thermistor disconnection (NTC2)
OH2External fault0Protection through THR
OH3Overheat inside inverter0Internal air overheat (NTC1)
OH4Motor Protection (PTC thermistor)1PTC thermistor
2NTS thermistor
OH6Charging resistor overheat1Charging resistor overheat Except for FRN0039LM2A-4 / FRN0045LM2A-4
11Thermistor disconnection (NTC3)
OL1Motor overload0Current detection electronic thermal
LVUndervoltage1Undervoltage is occurred during gate ON
11Minimum level of battery operation
dbHDB resistor overheat0DB resistor overheat (F50 <-> F52)
1DB transistor 2sec_ON continuously (Wrong R too high)
dbADB transistor failure detection0DB transistor failure detection
Er1Memory Error0x0001Alarm history destruction
0x0002Standard function code
0x0004User function code
0x0008Hidden function code
0x0010Program area error
0x0040Reading mismatch (retry over)
0x0080Writing mismatch (retry over)
0x0100Extended area
0x1000Adjustment value area
Er2Keypad panel communication error1Disconnection detection
Er3CPU error1CPU re-start processing
1000Function code checksum error (RAM error)
0x0001Standard function code error
0x0002Hidden function code (u code) error
0x0004Hidden function code (n code) error
0x0008Adjustment valve function code error
0x0010Extended area
2000Fixed-cycle error
0x0001L1 cycle error
0x0004L3 cycle error
0x0008L4 cycle error
0x0020L6 cycle error
0x0080LP cycle error
3000Unjust cut in
5001Outside RST input
7001Stack area destruction
9000Software failure detection
0x0200Alarm QUE over
Er4Option communication error1Port A communication error
There is no option
3Port C communication error
10An excess of installed option
There is no option
Er5Option error0Option in-match
1Completion signal ON (There is no option)
10AIO PT EEPROM error (There is no option)
26PR-PP position information error (only OPC-PMPG+L01=2)
27PP position information starting error
50No save area
51Communication command error
52Distinction code error
53Check-sum error
54Writing error
Er6Operation procedure error2Start check
7Multi speed assigned error
8Brake check (waiting time timeout)
9
10No try magnetic pole position tuning
11Output side contactor confirmation error
12Lack of rating speed
14Brake chack (assigned error)
15Short circuit (SCC assigned error)
16Rescue error

CodeAlarm nameSubcodeDescription
Er7At induction motor tuning1
Multi speed assigned error
2R1 phase error
3%X error
6Output current error
7Drive command OFF
9BX terminal ON
11Undervoltage (LV) detection
15Alarm occur
16Change of drive command
19Others
21I0 error
24EN terminal
25DRS terminal
Er7At current detection gain tuning32EEPROM writing error
37STOP key_ON
Er7At magnetic pole position offset tuning51Tuning without motor
52Magnetic pole position tuning result error
53F42 setting miss
54L04 mismatch
Er7At current detection offset tuning61EEPROM writing error
62STOP key_ON
Er7Synchronous motor tuning error5058Amature resistance error (lower limit)
5059Amature resistance error (upper limit)
5060Ld error (lower limit)
5061Ld error (upper limit)
5062Lq error (lower limit)
5063Lq error (upper limit)
5080ACR gain error (upper limit)
5081ACR gain error (lower limit)
Er8RS485 communication error0CH1 RS485 communication error
nrbNTC thermistor disconnection detection0NTC thermistor disconnection detection
OSOverspeed0Overspeed protection
pgPG error1
2
50Option – A/B phase (Sin) disconnection detection
51Option – C/D phase (Sin) disconnection detection
52Option – R phase (Sin) disconnection detection
53Option – A/B phase (pulse) disconnection detection
54Option – Z phase (pulse) disconnection detection
55Option – U/V/W phase (pulse) disconnection detection
60Option – watchdog time out
61Option – serial encoder response time out
62Option – CPU communiction CRC error
63Option – CPU out of communciation error
70Option – ABZ output error
71Option – serial encoder each alarm
72Option - memory access error
73Option – culcuration error
80Option – PG card setting error
ErESpeed mismatch
(speed deviation excess)
1The marks of speed command and speed detection differ
3Speed deviation exces (speed detection > speed command)
5Speed detection continues being 0
7Speed deviation exces (speed detection < speed command)
ErFUndervoltage data save error0Undervoltage data save error
ErPRS485 2ch
communication error
0CH2 RS485 communication error
ErtCAN communication error1Bus-off
2Guarding timeout detection
OLUInverter overload1IGBT protection
2Inverter thermal
Only FRN0060LM2A-4 <-> FRN0091LM2A-4
10ΔTj-c ≥ 60 °C
ECFEN circuit error10EN input error (_EN1A=L, EN2A=L)
11EN input error (_EN1A=H, EN2A=H)
5000Diagnosis circuit error
5010P5S power supply failure
5020CPU diagnosis: Port setting diagnosis
5030CPU diagnosis: ROM diagnosis
5040CPU diagnosis: RAM diagnosis
5050CPU diagnosis: sequence monitor
ECLCustomization logic malfunction0Customization logic error
ErrSimulated failure9998Simulated failure
OtTorque excessive error0Torque excessive error
bbEMechanical brake error11BRAKE 1 error
12BRAKE 2 error
EoEN terminal error0EN terminal error
rbARescue speed detection error0Rescue speed detection error
tCADirection switch limit arrival0Direction switch limit arrival
SCAShort circuit error0Short circuit error
LcoLoad cell error0Load cell error
EFGround protection0Three phase current
Only FRN0060LM2A-4 <-> FRN0091LM2A-4
Motor Tuning Errors
GEARED motor
In old motors the auto-tuning may fail: in these cases the auto-tuning type 1 (at point 10 select P04 = 1) can be executed but in this case the values P06 and P12 must be manually entered.


Typical values of P06 are between 30% and 70% of P03.

F.r. = Frequency rated
S.s. = Speed synchronous
S.r. = Speed rated


Acceptable values of P12 are between 0.5 and 5 Hz.
For instance, for a 4-pole motor, the Rated Frequency is 50 Hz, the synchronous speed is 1500 rpm and the Rated Speed is on the motor nameplate (always in revolutions per minute).


GEARLESS motor
In case of a problem “Error 52 = er7 Error VVVF” will show in the MENU ERRORS. In this case please check the connections of the motor encoder, clear the errors in the “Errors” menu and repeat the poletuning procedure from point 14.
After the poletuning procedure try to move the elevator in maintenance in up and down for some motor revolutions. If it moves correctly the procedure is over, otherwise, in the event of an error of the VVVF (ere or Ocx or Os), reverse the two motor phases changing the VVVF’s H190 parameter, clear the errors in the “Fault” menu and repeat the poletuning procedure.

Annex 5 – Rollback control and ride comfort

When the Playboard controller is applied to installations equipped with closed loop gearless machines, comfort and precision can be optimized thus avoiding undesired effects such as rollback (typical of lifts with unbalanced load).

The following parameters can be adjusted to achieve optimal setting for your installation. It is suggested to follow the procedure from start to end in the proposed sequence.

Starting phase adjustments
Adjust the following Parameters to compensate for other undesired effects.

ParameterDescriptionDefaultSuggested Adjustments
GearlessGeared
H64Zero speed control time 0,80,8Set value between 0,7 and 0,8 then increase to soften start phase ramp
Important: In “Positioning” Menu :
Delay DIR-BRK <= 0,2 s
Delay BRK-S > H64
L68RBC Proportional Gain (P constant)
(specifies the P constant of the Automatic Speed Regulator to be used during RBC calculation time)
1,810Motor overshoots: increase value by 0,25

Vibrations: decrease value by 0,25
L69RBC Integral Time (I constant)
(specifies the I constant of the Automatic Speed Regulator to be used during RBC calculation time)
0,003 s0,010 sMotor overshoots: decrease value by 0,001

Vibrations: increase value by 0,001
L73Unbalanced load compensation
(specifies the I constant of the Automatic Position Regulator to be used during RBC calculation time)
0,50Motor overshoots: increase value by 0,50

Vibrations: decrease value by 0,50
L82ON delay time
(specifies the delay time during which the inverter main circuit is kept activated)
0,2 s0,2 sLarger Brakes: decrease value by 0,1

Smaller brakes: increase value by 0,1


Notes: L65 specifies whether to enable or disable the unbalanced load compensation (Rollback control). By default, it is set to 1 (Rollback control active). Speed is kept at zero when brakes are released to avoid rollback effect.
High speed phase adjustments
High speed “P” gains and “I” time constants are used by the Auto Speed Regulator (ASR) of the inverter during high speed lift travel. These constants can be adjusted as follows:

ParameterDescriptionDefaultSuggested Adjustments
GearlessGeared
L24“S” Curve setting 625$25%Speed fluctuations: increase value by 5
L36“P” Gain constant at high speed210Speed fluctuations increase value by 0,25
Vibrations: decrease value by 0,25
L37 “I” Time I constant at high speed0,100 s0,100 sSpeed fluctuations decrease 0,01
Vibrations: increase value by 0,01

Notes:
Increasing the P constant makes response from machinery faster but may cause overshooting or hunting in motor. Furthermore, due to resonance of machinery or overamplified noise, machinery or motor may produce vibration noise.
On the contrary, decreasing the P constant excessively delays response and may cause speed fluctuation in a long cycle, taking time to stabilize the speed.
“I” times values (L37 and L39) normally do not need to be changed, unless “P” gains are not enough to achieve optimal comfort. Setting a small “I” Time constant shortens the integration interval, providing a faster response. On the contrary, setting a large “I” Time constant lengthens it, having less effect on the ASR. This may help in case of resonance of machinery generating abnormal mechanical noise from the motor or gears
.
Stopping phase adjustments
Use the constants of the gains “P” and the times “I”, at low speed, to make the final adjustment for the stop phase:

ParameterDescriptionDefaultSuggested Adjustments
GearlessGeared
E16Deceleration time # 9
(Last deceleration ramp)
1,80 s1,80 sIncrease value by 0,5 to soften last ramp (max suggested value: 3 sec)
H67Stop Hold Time1,5 s1,5 sCar unable to stay at floor: increase 0,25
Important: In “Positioning” Menu :
Delay BRK-DIR <= 2,0 s
Stopping Boost = 1% or 2%
L38“P” Gain constant at low speed210Car unable to stay at floor: increase 0,25
Vibrations: decrease value by 0,25
L39I” Time I constant at low speed0,100 s0,100 sCar unable to stay at floor: decrease value by 0,01
Vibrations: increase value by 0,01
L83Brake Control (OFF delay time)
(specifies the delay time between stop speed and deactivation of the brake signal)
0,3 s0,1 sLarger Brakes: decrease value by 0,1
Smaller brakes: increase value by 0,1

Notes: In order to let the inverter perform the stopping phase correctly, make sure that operating contactors open at least 2 sec after brake contactor. If operating contactors open in advance, a shock on the machine may be heard.
Case VVVF controllers with non-encoder based positioning systems
If a digital position system is used in the installation (i.e.: digital signal from magnetic detectors), some additional parameters must be used:

ParameterDescriptionDefaultSuggested Adjustments
F24Starting speed holding time0,7Set value between 0,7 and 0,8
H64Zero speed control time0Set value to 0
E12Acceleration at high speed 2Speed fluctuations: increase value by 0,25
E13Acceleration at low speed2Motor stops: increase value by 0,25
C07Creep Speed (5-10% of high speed)Motor stops: increase value by 0,1
Vibrations: increase/decrease value by 0,1
C11High SpeedSee Nominal Value on the motor plateIf the elevator car is unable to keep floor level, make sure the low speed phase is performed correctly by reducing high speed C11 to half of its value to check that low speed is kept for few seconds, then slowly increase C11

Annex 6 – Unbalancing Rescue Operation’s

Unbalancing Rescue Operation’s
The operation must be performed by qualified personnel.

4) – Push BEB and Up buttons.
NOTE: Door safety chain contacts are completely bypassed. Brakes will be powered, Cabine should move for unbalance (direction according to the load in the cabine). In case of over speed (> 0,3 m/s) Cabine will stop and need to release buttons and press them again to restart. When the Cabine reach the floor (Green light “DOOR ZONE”) controller automatically stops. Release buttons BEB and direction.

Annex 7 – Control Panel

Control Panel
The operation must be performed by qualified personnel.



Bypass door’s Safety contacts

Turn BYPASS Selector to the required position:
a) With any BYPASS the RED light will switch ON.
b) Controller gives the Bypass fault.
c) Movement of lift will be possible only in Inspection or from PME.

PRE-LOCK = Preliminary contacts (Manual floor doors)
LOCK = Floor door Locks
CAR = Car door contacts

Single Brake Test

1 – Press BRAKE button
2 – Turn BRAKE key on position 1 to open First Brake or on 2 to open Brake.

Test can be made only:
a) With cabin stationary and doors closed;
b) During test 3 and test 4 (measurement of stopping distance at nominal speed)
c) During deceleration and standard stop (to check Contactor locked fault)

Over Speed Governor Test

Operate on OSG Key:
• Activating of the OSG: turn to  SET;
• Reset: Turn PME Selector to INSPECTION and turn OSG key to RESET.

Annex 8 – UCM Circuit

UCM Circuit
The following table shows how to set the UCM Monitor parameter according to the device or circuit for detecting uncontrolled movements.
For Hydraulic installations the parameter is used for:
-) Central unit / valves configuration (see table 2)
-) UCM solution managed by controller

Table 1 – Monitor UCM
Monitor UCMDevice / Hydraulic Control UnitUCM SolutionActuator
TypeTime
NoNot presentNo-
11,5 sOverspeed Governor OSG A3 Montanari RQ-AXXXYesSafety Gear
21,5 sController = Brake monitor
Movement with door open available only with Encoder ELGO LIMAX 33CP
YesA3 Certified Brakes
3...17Do not use
181,5 sBrake monitor for Door opening enable (door opens only if brake is fall)No
191,5 sDMG UCM Circuit 4.0 (no brake monitor)
Only for temporarly disabling of Brake switches monitor
No
201,5 sDMG UCM Circuit 4.0 and Brake monitorYesA3 Certified Brakes
211,5 sOverspeed Governor OSG A3 Montanari RQ-AXXX
Controller = Brake monitor
YesSafety Gear
22...29Do not use
301,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
Without UCM
311,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
321,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
331,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
341,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
351,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves + A3 valve (test)Without UCM
361,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves + A3 valve (test)Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
371,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves + A3 valve (test)Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
381,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves + A3 valve (test)
391,5 sHydro Central Unit with Electromechanical valves + A3 valve (test)
401,5 sGMV model NGV Central UnitWithout UCM
411,5 sGMV model NGV Central UnitYes = OSG A3Safety Gear
421,5 sGMV model NGV Central UnitYes = UCM 4.0Two valves
431,5 sGMV model NGV Central Unit
441,5 sGMV model NGV Central Unit
451,5 sGMV model NGV A3 Central Unit (RDY – RUN signals monitor)Without UCM
461,5 sGMV model NGV A3 Central Unit (RDY – RUN signals monitor)Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
471,5 sGMV model NGV A3 Central Unit (RDY – RUN signals monitor)Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
481,5 sGMV model NGV A3 Central Unit (RDY – RUN signals monitor)
491,5 sGMV model NGV A3 Central Unit (RDY – RUN signals monitor)
501,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
Without UCM
511,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
521,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
531,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
541,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2
(A3 second down valve is optional, no test performed)
551,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2 + DSV A3 (test)Without UCM
561,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2 + DSV A3 (test)Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
571,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2 + DSV A3 (test)Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
581,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2 + DSV A3 (test)
591,5 sBucher Electronic unit LRV + NTA-2 + DSV A3 (test)
601,5 sBucher Electronic unit i-Valve / iCON-2 (SMA monitor signal)Without UCM
611,5 sBucher Electronic unit i-Valve / iCON-2 (SMA monitor signal)Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
621,5 sBucher Electronic unit i-Valve / iCON-2 (SMA monitor signal)Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
631,5 sBucher Electronic unit i-Valve / iCON-2 (SMA monitor signal)
641,5 sBucher Electronic unit i-Valve / iCON-2 (SMA monitor signal)
651,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (no test performed)Without UCM
661,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (no test performed)Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
671,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (no test performed)Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
681,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (no test performed)
691,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (no test performed)
701,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (test)Without UCM
711,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (test)Yes = OSG A3Safety Gear
721,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (test)Yes = UCM 4.0Two valves
731,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (test)
741,5 sStart Elevator unit 93/E-2DS (test)


Table 2 – Hydraulic Central unit managed
Control UnitA3 valveValves commandMonitor UCMNote
Generic 2 or 3 valves
BLAIN EV100
GMV T3010
MORIS CM 320
NoCV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
CV3 = HIGH SPEED
30 ... 34CV4 can be used instead of CV1 as UP valve in order to exclude Soft Stop (valve energized also after motor stops)
Generic 2 or 3 valves
BLAIN EV100
GMV T3010
MORIS CM 320
YesCV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
CV3 = HIGH SPEED
CV5 = A3 VALVE
30 ... 34 (*)
35 ... 39 (**)
CV4 can be used instead of CV1 as UP valve in order to exclude Soft Stop (valve energized also after motor stops)
GMV NGVNoCV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
CV3 = HIGH SPEED
CV4 = MIDDLE SPEED
CV5 = INSPECTION
40 ... 44
GMV NGV A3NoCV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
CV3 = HIGH SPEED
CV4 = MIDDLE SPEED
CV5 = INSPECTION
45 ... 49Monitor signals
RDY / RUN
Bucher LRV
Bucher NTA-2
NoCV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
50 ... 54Need one 16RL board configured as
1 wire per floor HYD
Bucher LRV
Bucher NTA-2
Bucher NTA-2 + DSV A3
YesCV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
CV5 = A3 VALVE
50 ... 54 (*)
55 ... 59 (**)
Need one 16RL board configured as
1 wire per floor HYD
Bucher iCON-2
Bucher i-Valve
CV1 = UP
CV2 = DOWN
60 ... 64Need one 16RL board configured as
1 wire per floor HYD
Start Elevator 93/E-2DSCV1 = UP (not used)
CV2 = DOWN
CV3 = HIGH SPEED
CV4 = SOFT STOP
CV5 = A3 VALVE + UP START
60 ... 69 (*)SOFT STOP Option
Start Elevator 93/E-2DSYesCV1 = UP (not used)
CV2 = DOWN
CV3 = HIGH SPEED
CV4 = SOFT STOP
CV5 = A3 VALVE + UP START
70 ... 74 (**)SOFT STOP Option

(*) = No test 2 valves
(**) = With 2 valves test

Annex 9 – Installation Type

Installation Type
The following table indicates how to set the UCM parameter according to the type of system, including the solutions adopted for protection in systems with reduced headroom and / or pit spaces.
The use of monostable contacts involves the presence of a bistable circuit in the switchboard.

UCMInstallation TypeReducedDoor Contacts
TypeTimePITHEADMonostableBistable
NoEN 81.1 / EN 81.2
11,5 sEN 81.1 / EN 81.2 with Bypass door circuit
2 ... 191,5 sNot use
201,5 sEN 81.20 with monostable contacts
Pit Access control
X(*)
211,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device ELGO + OSG A3 (type 1)
XX(*)X
221,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Manual Protection Device in PIT
XX(*)X
231,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Manual Protection Device in PIT
XX(*)
241,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Manual Protection Device in PIT
XXX
251,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device SHI Technolift
XX(*)X
261,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device SHI Technolift
XX(*)
271,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device SHI Technolift
XXX
281,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device OSG A3 Montanari
XX(*)X
291,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device OSG A3 Montanari
XX(*)
301,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device OSG A3 Montanari
XXX
311,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device ELGO + OSG A3 (type 2)
XXX
321,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device AMI 100 CMF
XX(*)X
331,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device AMI 100 CMF
XX(*)
341,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device AMI 100 CMF
XXX
351,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Manual Protection Device in PIT
XX
361,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Manual Protection Device in PIT
XX(*)
371,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Manual Protection Device in PIT
XXX
381,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device SHI Technolift
XX
391,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device SHI Technolift
XX(*)
401,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device SHI Technolift
XXX
411,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device OSG A3 Montanari
XX
421,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device OSG A3 Montanari
XX(*)
431,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device OSG A3 Montanari
XXX
441,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device AMI 100 CMF
XX
451,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device AMI 100 CMF
XX(*)
461,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device AMI 100 CMF
XXX
471,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device SDH Technolift
XX(*)X
481,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device SDP Technolift
XX(*)
491,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with bistable contacts
Protection Device SDH + SDP Technolift
XXX
501,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device SDH Technolift
XX
511,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device SDP Technolift
XX(*)
521,5 sEN 81.20 / 21 with monostable contacts
Protection Device SDH + SDP Technolift
XXX

X(*) = Means that contact is needed only at the lowest floor door.

Annex 10 – Shaft Protection

Shaft Protection
The following table indicates how to set the Shaft Protection parameter according to the system. The parameter activates two different functions:
• Checking jumpers on door contacts (SCS error)
• Unauthorized access control in the compartment (UAS error): function required on the Russian market.

Shaft ProtectionSCS FaultUAS Fault
TypeDoor contactsHatch contacts
NoDisabledDisabled
1 ... 5Do not use
6YesDisabled
7YesDoor contact N.O.Disabled
8YesDoor contact N.C.Disabled
9DisabledDisabledDoor contact N.O.
10DisabledDisabledDoor contact N.C.
11DisabledDoor contact N.O.Door contact N.O.
12DisabledDoor contact N.C.Door contact N.C.
13 ... 16Do not use
17YesDisabledDoor contact N.O.
18YesDisabledDoor contact N.C.
19YesDoor contact N.O.Door contact N.O.
20YesDoor contact N.C.Door contact N.C.

Annex 11 – Fire operation programming procedure

Situation 1 – One Firefighters key only (at floor)
Enter the menu “SPECIAL FUNCTIONS” submenu “FIREFIGHTERS” and set:
• The floor where the fire-fighters key is located
• The Access (if there are multiple doors)
•The stand-by state of the key switch contact (NO or NC); in case of NC contact the CPOM input of TOC box must be shunted.
• The operation EN 81-72 (a)

Using these settings and once the fire-fighters key at fire-fighters floor has been activated (input POM), the elevator will go to the programmed floor, open the doors and turn off the Landing Operation Panels (PHASE 1); The Car Operating Panel remains in operation. The operation ends when the elevator arrives at the programmed floor and the fire-fighters key is turned to ‘off’ condition. 
Situation 2 – Two firefighters key switches (at floor and in the elevator car)
Enter the menu “SPECIAL FUNCTIONS” submenu “FIREFIGHTERS” and set:
• The floor where the fire-fighters key is located
• The Access (if there are multiple doors)
• The stand-by state of the key switches (NO or NC)
• The operation EN 81-72 (b)

Using these settings and once the fire-fighters key at the fire-fighter floor has been activated, the elevator will go to the programmed floor (PHASE 1), open the doors and turn off the Landing Operation Panels. The Car Operating Panel remains in operation but only after the fire-fighter key in the CAR (input CPOM) has been turned on. The operation ends when the elevator arrives at the programmed  floor and the fire-fighters keys are turned to ‘off’ condition.
Situation 3 – External fire contact for fire detection with one contact only
Enter the menu “SPECIAL FUNCTIONS” submenu “FIREFIGHTERS” and set:
• The floor where the elevator must go in case of direct activation of the contact from the external fire contact
• The Access (if there are multiple doors)
• The stand-by state of the contact of the external fire contact (NO or NC) . If there are programmed contacts of NC type the input CPOM of TOC box must be shunted
• The operation EN 81-72 (b)

Connect the contact to the POM input of the controller.
Using these settings and once the contact is activated by the external fire contact, the elevator will go to the programmed floor, open the doors and remain stopped (PHASE 1). The Landing Operation Panels and the Car operating Panel are disabled. The reactivation of the elevator will take place at the deactivation of the contact from the external fire contact.
Situation 4 – External fire contact with one contact and one firefighters key only (at floor)
Enter the menu “SPECIAL FUNCTIONS” submenu “FIREFIGHTERS” and set:
• The floor where the fire-fighters key is located
• The Access (if there are multiple doors)
• The stand-by state of the key switch and of the external fire contact (NO or NC)
• The operation EN 81-72 (b)
• Connect the wiring as indicated in the electric diagram: the contact from the external fire contact must be connected to the input CPOM of the TOC box.

The activation of this input will start PHASE 1 of the operation (also called evacuation) and will not allow elevator car calls without the activation of the fire-fighters key-switch. Using  these settings and once the contact has been activated by the external fire contact, the elevator will go to the programmed floor, open the doors and remain stopped (PHASE 1). The Landing Operation Panels are disabled and the Car operating Panel remains in operation but only after turning on the fire-fighters key at the floor (input POM). The reactivation of the elevator will take place, (bringing the elevator to the programmed floor), by turning off  the key and deactivating the contact from the external fire contact.
Situation 5 – External fire contact with one contact and two firefighters keys (at floor and in the elevator car)
Enter the menu “SPECIAL FUNCTIONS” submenu “FIREFIGHTERS” and set::
• The floor where the fire-fighters key is located
• The Access (if there are multiple doors)
• The stand-by state of the key switches and the external fire contact (NO or NC)
• The operation EN 81-72 (b)
• Connect the wiring as indicated in the electric diagram: the contact of the external unit must be connected together with floor key switch POM (in serial for NC contacts, in parallel for NO contacts).

The activation of this input will start PHASE1 of the operation (also called evacuation) and will not allow elevator car calls without the activation of the fire-fighters key-switch in the elevator car.
Using these settings and once the contact by the external fire contact OR the key at floor has been activated, the elevator will go to the programmed floor, open the doors and remain stopped (PHASE 1). The Landing Operation Panels are disabled and the Car Operating Panel remains in operation but only after the fire-fighter key in the CAR (input CPOM) has been turned on. The reactivation of the elevator will take place, (bringing the elevator to the programmed floor), by turning off  the fire-fighter keys (at the floor and in the elevator car) and deactivating the contact from the external fire contact.

Annex 12 – Timing Diagrams

Installation with Inverter FUJI LM2


Hydraulic Lifts – Motor contactors

Direct

(T on) = Contactor’s Time Activation, check on cco feedbacks

(*) Signal feedback for start Valve UP command


Soft Starter

(T on) = Contactor’s Time Activation, check on cco feedbacks

(*) Signal feedback for start Valve UP command

(**) Signal feedback from Soft Starter Deceleration (Soft Stop)


Start Delta

(T on) = Contactor’s Time Activation, check on cco feedbacks

(T on) = Contactor’s Time Disactivation, check on cco feedbacks

(*) Signal feedback for start Valve UP command


Hydraulic Lift – Valves Contactors / Valve commands

Monitor UCM = 30…39 (2 Valves / 3 Valves / BLAIN EV100 / GMV T3010 / MORIS CM 320)

(*) In case of Soft Stop use CV1 for UP Valve’s Contactor

(*) in case of no Soft Stop use CV4 for UP Valve’s Contactor – Tstop = BRK-DIR + 1,5s

3 Valve => No Double Valve Down test (A3 Valve Down couldn’t be present)

3 Valves + A3 => Double Valve Down test


Monitor UCM = 40…44 (GMV NGV)

No Double Valve Down test


Monitor UCM = 45…49 (GMV NGV A3)

(*) Valve commands starts only if RDY signal is active

Note: Motor Contactors Starts Only With RUN Feedback Signal

(*) Valve commands starts only if RDY signal is active


Monitor UCM = 50…59 (BUCHER LRV / BUCHER NTA-2 / BUCHER NTA-2 + DSV A3)

LRV1 + NTA-2 ► No Double Valve Down test (A3 Valve Down couldn’t be present)

LRV1 + NTA-2 + A3 ► Double Valve Down test


Monitor UCM = 60…64 (BUCHER i-VALVE / BUCHER iCON-2)

Monitor of Signal + SMA

Monitor of Signal + SMA

Monitor UCM = 65…74 (START ELEVATOR 93/E-2DS)

(**) Signal feedback from Soft Starter Acceleration (Y-BRKS)

CV1 = Used only with 93/E-SL valves (Soft Stop with delay BRK-DIR)

CV4 = Used only with 93/E-2DS valves (Soft Stop)

3 Valves => No double valve down test (A3 valve down couldn’t be present)

3 valves + A3 => Double valve down test

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Updated on 23 Luglio 2021

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