DEUM.M15 Encoder

The DEUM.M15SER and DEUM.M15CAN encoders allow you to connect the DMG CAN or serial programmable displays and the CARUSO voice synthesizer to any type of controller.
The main specifications are as follows:

  • Power supply: 12/48V ac/dc;
  • Up to 15 inputs;
  • Possibility to automatically manage a floor detection kit independent from the control panel (controller). The encoder can thus provide details about the position of the elevator car, its direction and send floor messages.

Safety and usage cautions

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

Main features

  • Input protocols: 1 wire per floor • 1 wire per segment • Binary/Gray 7 bit • Serial MEA / AUTINOR / TKE
  • Independent position sensor
  • Self diagnosis: internal LED + message on position indicator
  • Signalization and emergency lamp controls are present in the elevator car display box
  • Position and service scrolling message control for dot matrix display
  • Differentiated control of the scroll arrows (yes / no) based on the movement of the elevator car.
  • Encoder can be programmed in a serial way by DMG upon request on the order or directly on site through the two pushbutton ADV and PRG
  • “Energy saving” mode to reduce power absorption when the system is idle

General Layout

DEUM.M15CAN

– CAN serial output
– 3 Wires serial output
A) – Terminals for connecting display and voice synthesizer (CAN serial output)
B) – Terminals for connecting display and voice synthesizer (3 Wires serial output)
C) – Programming keys + Self-diagnosis LED
D) – 2 digit display
E) – Programming connector (USB Mini-B)
F) – Synthesizer trigger / gong
G) – Arrows
H) – Position inputs (9 – 15)
I) – Position inputs (1 – 8)
L) – Power supply 12/24V dc
DEUM.M15S3W

– 3 Wires serial output
B) – Terminals for connecting display and voice synthesizer (3 Wires serial output)
C) – Programming keys + Self-diagnosis LED
D) – 2 digit display
E) – Programming connector (USB Mini-B)
F) – Synthesizer trigger / gong
G) – Arrows
H) – Position inputs (9 – 15)
I) – Position inputs (1 – 8)
L) – Power supply 12/24V dc
DEUM.M15SER

– RS485 serial output
A) – Terminals for connecting display and voice synthesizer (cabin)
B) – Terminals for connecting display and voice synthesizer (floors)
C) – Programming keys + Self-diagnosis LED
D) – 2 digit display
E) – Programming connector (USB Mini-B)
F) – Synthesizer trigger / gong
G) – Arrows
H) – Position inputs (9 – 15)
I) – Position inputs (1 – 8)
L) – Power supply 12/24V dc

Wiring Instructions

Inputs

Position inputs

1 Wire / Floor
See “Programming > Custom settings > Encoding settings > B0

15 floors max

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc
B) – Power supply input 12/48V ac/dc (The input “X01” corresponds to the lowest floor.)
C) – Common input
1 Wire / Segment
See “Programming > Custom settings > Encoding settings > B5

109 visualizations max (-9, 0, 99)

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc
B) – Power supply input 12/48V ac/dc
C) – Common input
Gray / Binary
See “Programming > Custom settings > Encoding settings > B1/B7

100 visualizations max (-9, 0, 90)

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc
B) – Power supply input 12/48V ac/dc
C) – Common input
MEA / Autinor / TKE
See “Programming > Custom settings > Encoding settings > B2/B3/B8

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc
B) – Control panel display output (controller)
Independent floor detection
See “Programming > Custom settings > Encoding settings > B4/B6

If the control panel (controller) does not provide signals for position, direction and voice messages, an automatic floor detection kit can be connected to the encoder.

Installation:
1) – Connect the two magnetic NC sensors to the DEUM.
2) – Put two magnets on the corresponding guides for each floor (both impulsors are disengaged with cabin at the floor).
3) – Add a third magnet to main floor so that both sensors are engaged when cabin is at floor (system reset after power shortage or errors in counting floors).


A) – Power supply 12/24V dc
B) – Floor / main floor
C) – Bracket fixed to the Top of elevator car
D) – Upper sensor
E) – Lower sensor

Note: Pre-wired sensor kit + magnet and bracket available on request.

Indicators and emergency lamp inputs

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc

B) – Power supply input 12/48V ac/dc

C) – Common input

D) – Upon powering the EME+ input (12/24V emergency supply) the emergency lamp is activated

S1Alarm sent
S2Communication established
S3Overload
S4Firefighters
S5Car priority
S6Doors opening
S7Doors closing
S8Energy saving
S9Out of service
S10Inspection

Direction arrow input

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc

B) – Upward/downward arrows 12/48V ac/dc

Note: “Automatic floor sensor” (“Programming > Custom settings > Encoding settings > B6“) for position sensors can be enabled without using the arrows terminals.

In case of position sensors it is possible to enable the option “automatic sensor of floor”, without using arrows input.

Trigger input (gong/voice synthesizer)

This input triggers the voice messages on DMG Caruso voice synthesizer and the gong.

A) – Power supply 12/24V dc

B) – Voice synthesizer/gong trigger (12/48V ac/dc)

Note: In the case of position sensors it is possible to enable the “automatic sensor of floor” option without using the trigger inputs (TRG1/2).

Programming > Custom settings > Encoding setting > B6

Serial Outputs

DMG-CAN (DEUM.M15CAN)
A) – CAN serial Position Indicator (Floor)
B) – CAN serial Position Indicator (Car)
C) – TERMINATION RESISTOR. If ONLY the elevator car position indicator or ONLY the floor ones are present, the CAN line termination must be activated on the DEUM.M15CAN as shown in the diagram.
D) – Switch TERM.CAN. Activate the termination of the CAN line on the elevator car display and on the last display at floor.
E) – Additional wiring with absorption > 2A (about 16 position indicator)
DMG 3 Wires (DEUM.M15CAN / DEUM.M15S3W)
A) – Position Indicator (Floor)
B) – Position Indicator (Car)
C) – Additional wiring with absorption > 2A (about 16 position indicator)
DMG RS485 (DEUM.M15SER)
The serial outputs with terminals (4 wires) allow the DEUM.M15SER to be connected to all DMG serial-type components (display, Caruso voice synthesizer and gong).

A) – Position Indicator (Floor)
B) – Position Indicator (Car)
C) – “Caruso” voice synthesiser
D) – Additional wiring with absorption > 2A (about 16 position indicator)

Programming

Navigation menu keyExtended touch (> 3 seconds)
Access menu key
Value setting
Set-up keyFirmware version
Navigation menu keys

Visualization settings

To set up specific letters/numbers, bring the lift to the floor and follow the diagram.

Default set-up

All DEUM factory parameters can be reset using the following RESET procedure:

Restore last configuration

Restore the last configuration loaded with the DEUM Coder software tool.

Custom settings

Offset Value setting
Enter the desired offset level from 0 to 9; (See also “Offset mode”).

Encoding setting
Set up the Deum according to the type of encoding.



B0 = 1 Wire / floor (Default)
B1 = Gray code
B2 = Mea
B3 = Autinor
B4 = Manual sensor (with arrows and trigger input)
B5 = 1 Wire / segment
B6 = Automatic sensor (with automatic arrows and automatic trigger)
B7 = Binary code
B8 = TKE
Arrow setting


C0 = Fix arrows (Default)
C1 = Scrolling arrow
C2 = Trigger dependent: Trigger ON = Fix arrows / Trigger OFF = Scrolling arrows (see also “Encoding setting” and “Direction arrow input”)

To use gong and next direction arrows you have to set C2 and set the position indicator for the “next direction”.
Offset mode


D0 = Negative offset (Default)
D1 = Positive offset

See also “Offset value setting”.
Energy saving
Indicate the activation time for “energy saving” function.



F0 (Default) = Disabled function: Supply the “S8” input (see “Indicators and emergency lamp inputs”) to command the function from other unit.
F1* = 10 minutes
F2* = 20 minutes
F3* = 30 minutes
F4* = 40 minutes
F5* = 50 minutes
F6* = 60 minutes
(*) = The “S8” input (see “Indicators and emergency lamp inputs“) must NOT be connected to the power supply.
First visualization setting


G0 = Blank (Default)
G1 = Lowest of the floors
Allocation of Position inputs and signals


H0 = Position inputs: X01 ÷ X15 / Signals: 0
H1 (default) = Position inputs: X01 ÷ X08 / Signals: S1 ÷ S7
H2 = Position inputs: X01 ÷ X05 / Signals: S1 ÷ S10
Signals (mode)

o0 (Default) = DEUM encoder transmits every active signalization.
o1 = DEUM encoder transmits only the higher priority active signalization. The priority of the signalization depends by the terminal: S1 = higher priority, S10 = lower priority
Setting the display delay (signals and change of floor)
The display delay helps avoiding visualization errors.

– Signals



S0 = OFF (Default)
S1 = ON (2500 ms)

– Change of Floor



P0 = OFF (Default)
P1 = ON (100 ms)

Self-diagnosis LED & Error list

FAIL LED lits up for 1 second when the encoder is switched on.

A) – Regular operation

B) – Fault detected (see the “Error list” below)

C) – Encoder not working or not programmed

D) – Encoder not working or no power supply

E0 = No error.

E1 = Unknown input protocol error (e.g. Gray or 7 unrecognised segments).

E2 = Data check result is wrong: enter default settings again.

E3 = Invalid MEA/AUTINOR input error (unrecognised signalization characteristics)

E4 = MEA/AUTINOR error, code not received (3 seconds have passed without recognizing any signal).

E5 = Error in reading sensor

E6 = Position sensor waiting for reset (position not settled).

E7 = The current floor cannot be associated with a visualization.

E9 = Unidentified generic error.

LE = The “EME +” input is active on the encoder.

The code deletion happens automatically when the error is cleared.

Video Tutorial

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Updated on 6 Luglio 2021

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