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AS-10.20.

SERVICE INSTRUCTION
Compiled by: HEC/Sirpa Riikonen
Changed by: HEC/Ari Salonen
Checked by: HEC/Aki Tamminen\
Approved by: HES/Jari Reilio\

Page: 1
Issue: A - 27.9.1996
No of Pages: 52
Language: en
SW: FM 4.0 Win

Date: 2.4.1996

KONE Corporation
Product code: TMS50eb BALTIC
Drawing no:

TMS50eb SERVICE INSTRUCTION


TABLE OF CONTENTS
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BUILT IN FUSES, BUTTONS AND SWITCHES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALLOWING A NORMAL START . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

SUPERVISIONS IN TMS50eb SOFTWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


3.1
Drive time supervision. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2
DIP switch check for drive type failed . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3
Brake supervision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4
Anti creep device in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5
Anti creep device out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6
Safety circuit broken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7
Shaft door contact open during drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8
Car door contact open during drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.9
Lock contact open during drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.10
Start permit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.11
Fault from drive system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.12
Phase supervision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.13
Car light supervision. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.14
Thermistor hot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.15
Shaft door contact open longer than 10 minutes . . . . . . . .
3.16
Lock input not made for starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.17
Swing door contact and concealed door contacts do not match .
3.18
Reopen request active longer than 5 minutes . . . . . . . . . .
3.19
Both synchronization switches ( 136 or 77 ) activated . . . . .
3.20
Stuck car/landing call button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.21
Safety ray broken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.22
Cylinder limit drive for hydraulic elevators . . . . . . . . . . .
3.23
ADO/ACL Supervision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.24
Synchronization failed three times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.25
Overspeed supervision (only with BAR) . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.26
BAR supervision. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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DISPLAY FUNCTIONS .
4.1
Self test errors . .
4.2
Display functions
4.3
Run time errors .

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DETAILED RUN TIME ERROR CODES ON DISPLAY. . . . .


01 DRIVE TIME SUPERVISION ELAPSED . . . . . . . . . . .
02 DIP SWITCH CHECK FOR DRIVE TYPE FAILED . . . . .
03 OVERSPEED (Only with BAR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
04 SYNCHRONIZATION FAILED THREE TIMES . . . . . . .
05 BRAKE FAULT ON 2 CONSECUTIVE STARTS. . . . . . .
11 DIP SWITCH CHANGED DURING OPERATION . . . . . .
12 ANTICREEP IN FAULT ON 2 CONSECUTIVE DRIVES . .
13 ANTICREEP OUT FAULT ON 2 CONSECUTIVE DRIVES .

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SERVICE INSTRUCTION

AS-10.20.7
Page: 2

14 ADO/ACL PERMIT INPUT (XM17/1) NOT RELEASED. . . . . . . . .


15 ADO/ACL PERMIT INPUT (XM17/1) NOT ACTIVATED . . . . . . . .
18 PULSE TABLES NOT VALID, NEW SETUP DRIVE REQUIRED (Only
19 CYLINDER LIMIT DRIVE FOR HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR . . . . . .
21 SAFETY CIRCUIT BROKEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22 SHAFT DOOR CONTACT BROKEN DURING DRIVE . . . . . . . . .
23 CAR DOOR CONTACT BROKEN DURING DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . .
24 LOCK CONTACT BROKEN DURING DRIVE. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25 START PERMIT FAULT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26 FAULT FROM QUATTRONIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26 FAULT FROM V3F-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
27 BRAKE FAULT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28 SAFETY RAY BROKEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29 PHASE SUPERVISION FAULT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
30 SAFETY RAY DEVICE BROKEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42 CAR LIGHT SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
43 THERMISTOR HOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44 DOOR CLOSING FAULT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45 SHAFT DOOR CONTACT OPEN LONGER THAN 10 MINUTES . . .
46 LOCK CONTACT NOT MADE FOR STARTING . . . . . . . . . . . .
47 SWING AND CONCEALED DOOR CONTACT DO NOT MATCH . . .
48 REOPEN LONGER THAN 5 MINUTES ACTIVE . . . . . . . . . . . .
50 ANTICREEP FAULT FIRST TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
51 START FAILED. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
52 BOTH SYNCHRONISATION SWITCHES ACTIVE . . . . . . . . . . .
71 DOOR ZONE SIGNAL IS MISSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
72 VANE SIGNAL 61:U IS MISSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
73 VANE SIGNAL 61:N IS MISSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
77 DOOR OPENING FAULT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
78 STUCK CAR CALL BUTTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
79 STUCK LANDING CALL BUTTON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
80 FULL LOAD IS ACTIVE CONTINUOUSLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
81 RELEVELLING HAS BEEN FAILED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
86 START PERMIT CONTINUOUSLY ACTIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
90 BAR FLOOR SELECTOR CPU FAILURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
91 BAR ChA, ChB or ChC FAILURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
92 ChA AND ChB WIRING CROSSED OR WRONG 77 / 136-POLARITY
93 INCORRECT NUMBER OF DOOR ZONE FLAGS . . . . . . . . . . . .
94 DECELERATION DISTANCE TOO LONG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TMS50eb EMERGENCY BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45


6.1
TMS50eb Emergency Battery circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
6.2
Trouble shooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

REPLACING TMS50eb MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


7.1
Mechanical change of the module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2
Commissioning of new module in case of BAR floor selector. .
7.3
Commissioning of module in case of drive system changes. . .

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REPLACING OTHER THAN TMS50eb MODULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


8.1
TMS50e module withTMS50eb module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.2
TMS50 module with TMS50eb module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.3
TMS50 module with TMS50eb module, if floor extension module is used

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SERVICE INSTRUCTION

AS-10.20.7
Page: 3

BUILT IN FUSES, BUTTONS AND SWITCHES


The TMS50eb has five built in fuses (slow type) for:
Car and shaft voltage
2 AT (ceramic)
TMS50eb module and
battery charger
4 AT (ceramic)
Retiring ramp
4 AT (ceramic)
Brake/Anti creep device
4 AT (ceramic)
Control voltage
1 AT (ceramic)

T5x20 mm
T5x20 mm
T5x20 mm
T5x20 mm

Extension module

T5x20 mm

1 AT (ceramic)

T5x20 mm

The TMS50eb houses five push buttons:


ALARM RESET
FUNCTION MODE
ACCEPT/NEXT
CAR CALL TOPMOST FLOOR
CAR CALL BOTTOM FLOOR
The ALARM RESET in red colour is used for resetting a stored alarm. Transmit alarm delay
can be adjusted from approx. 2 to 13 seconds. The FUNCTION MODE and ACCEPT NEXT
buttons are used to manipulate the function display. With the CAR CALL buttons it is possible
to drive the elevator for test purpose. Note: An emergency stop situation can not be reset with
these car call buttons.
The TMS50eb has two built in switches:
INHIBIT LANDING CALLS (261)
INHIBIT DOOR OPENING (263)
With the INHIBIT LANDING CALLS switch all given landing calls can be cancelled and new
landing calls are not accepted. A red LED illuminates when this switch is put to active position.
With the INHIBIT DOOR OPENING switch the door opening is cancelled. An open door will
start closing and a closed door will not open again. A red LED illuminates when this switch is
put to active position. With swing door, the retiring ramp remains energized.

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REQUIREMENTS FOR ALLOWING A NORMAL START

10

XH 5

XC 5

XM 1

Max. 2AT

CAR AND SHAFT


VOLTAGE

Synchonizationswitch up
Synchronizationswitch
down
Safety ray supervision
Safety ray
Hydraulic over travel

1
4
5

XM 52

XM 3

XM 4
2

XM 6

Max. 4AT

XM7

51

TMS50eb MODULE AND


BATTERY
T CHARGER
RETIRING
RAMP

Max. 4AT
XM 9

136:U
136:N

TMS50eb

10

Inspection drive
Inspection drive up
Inspection drive
down

XC 4

XH 4

42:DS
42:U
42:N

Stepping up
Stepping down
Door zone 30
Door zone B30

XM 11

12

12

Direction arrow up
Direction arrow down
In use light

XH 3

XC 3
91:U
91:N
161

BRAKE
ANTICREEP

3 1

263

Inhibit
door
opening

MAX
TT
Max. 4A
4A

XC2

261

61:U
61:N
30
B30

88

Phase OK

Car call
Top floor

CONTROL
VOLTAGE

8 1

Inhibit
landing
calls

Accept /
next

39

Battery
OK
CPU OK

XM 8

XC 1

XH 1

8
7
6
5 Landing calls/
4 Landing calls
3 indicator
Car call
2
bottom
1
floor

96 /
176

CPU OK (green)
Phase OK (green)

Emergency
alarm
Function
mode

Alarm
reset

2
1

8
7
6 Car
5 position
4 indicator
3
2
1

Alarm
Delay
time

51

8
7
6
5 Car calls /
4 Car calls
3 indicator

XM12

31: 8
31: 7
31: 6
31: 5
31: 4
31: 3
31: 2
31: 1

XM 32

XM 31

Safety circuit (green)


Safety input 2 (yellow)
Safety input 3 (yellow)
Safety input 4 (yellow)

Max. 1AT

375 Microcomputer
Safety circuit
Safety input 2
Safety input 3
Safety input 4

DRIVE MODULE SIGNALS

XC 6

XM 33

Reopen request
Open door
Close door

Switched car fan / light


Car light voltage OK

XM 15 2
1
8

43
44
44:E

XM 13

XM 14

ADO/ACL speed
Safety ray 2 / Door
close button / Drive OK

5 1

XM 18

Emergency light

XC 8

81

XM 17

Anticreep contact

Start permit (yellow)


Thermistor/Oilcontact
(green)

1 XH

Retiring ramp / car door lock

67
73:K

Running
EPD
Returned
Run permit

Emerg.
Power
Drive

Nudging
Out of service
Priority car call switch
Fire recall

35

XM 16

Full load

Start permit
Thermistor / Oil contact
Brake Supervision

Overload indication
Overload

Car light voltage OK


(green)

99
59
58

XM 20
1

XM 19

XC 10

XC 9

h10207a.eps

Green indications:
CPU OK indicates that TMS50eb module and Battery charger is correct and software is
running.
Phase OK indicates that the 3 phase mains supply has correct voltage and phase rotation.
Car light voltage OK indicates that there is voltage for the car light. Note, if the car light is
switched, the car light will only be on when the lift is used.
Thermistor must be green to indicate that the motor is in normal temperature.
Safety circuit must be green to indicate that no safety devices are activated.
Yellow indications:
A car or landing call must be present.
Safety input 2, safety input 3 and safety input 4 must be lit.
If synchronization switch up is lit the lift can not start in the up direction. Vice versa for
synchronization switch down.
Start permit must be yellow indicating that all contactors are dropped.
Red indications:
No red indications must be lit ( BATTERY OK. excluded ).

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SUPERVISIONS IN TMS50EB SOFTWARE

3.1

Drive time supervision


This supervision is not operative during service drive. Also not operative in downwards drive
with hydraulic elevators.
Counting of drive time starts, when the main contactors are energized (input START PERMIT).
There is adjustable time to spend between two floors. This time can be selected by a dip switch
(Q3) as follows:
Rope lifts: 20 / 40 seconds
Hydraulics: 30 / 60 seconds
This is a fatal error and requires power off for resuming.

3.2

DIP switch check for drive type failed


In each power up situation, the software checks, that the drive module corresponds to dip switch
settings. This is made by energizing drive outputs and checking the state of START PERMIT
input. Before the check is allowed, safety circuit must be closed. This means in normal drive,
that the door(s) must be closed and in inspection drive, that one of the inspection drive direction
buttons must be pressed. For each drive type, there is a predefined sequence to check the drive
module type.

3.3

Brake supervision
This supervision is not activated with hydraulic elevators.
This supervision checks, that there is a voltage for the brake during a drive. This check is made
by checking the state of input BRAKE SUPERVISION. When the main and brake contactors
are energized, there is a maximum time of 400 ms to get the voltage for the brake. If there is no
voltage, start trial will be cancelled and after ca. 2 seconds, the second trial is performed. Two
trials are allowed. If both of them are failed, the elevator is out of service and requires a power
off to resume.

3.4

Anti creep device in


Before start, there is a maximum time of 3 seconds to get the anticreep device in. If the anti
creep device is not in, the elevator starts upwards and drives to the next floor ( if already standing at floor, no drives needed). If the anti creep device is still out, when the elevator arrives to
the floor, the elevator is set out of service. Power off required to resume.

3.5

Anti creep device out


After stop, there is a maximum time of 4 seconds to get the anti creep device out ( after emergency stop, there is a delay of 600 ms before releasing the device, to ensure that the elevator is
stopped ). If the anti creep device is still in after the delay, the elevator will be returned to the
bottom floor and set out of service. Power off required to resume.

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3.6

Safety circuit broken


If the stop button in car is pressed, the elevator will stop immediately. Car calls are cancelled or
not, according to dip switch selection. If the emergency stop memory is not selected by the dip
switch, all car calls will be canceled and to resume from this, the elevator needs:
1 new car call pressed (if car calls cancelled) OR
2 inspection drive turned on OR
3 opening of the door at door zone
If the elevator stands at floor, automatic door will be opened depending on DIP switch setting
(P7). If the elevator is passing the floor and door opening is not allowed by a dip switch, the
door remains closed and retiring ramp energized. Also the car door lock remains active with
ADX/ADF door.

3.7

Shaft door contact open during drive


If the shaft door contact SAFETY INPUT 2 opens during a drive, the elevator will stop immediately. It continues directly, when the door contact is closed again. Note: for ADX/ADF safety
input 2 is car door contact.

3.8

Car door contact open during drive


If the car door contact SAFETY INPUT 3 opens during a drive, the elevator will stop immediately. It continues directly, when the door contact is closed again. NOTE: for ADX /ADF safety
input 3 is car door lock.

3.9

Lock contact open during drive


If the lock contact SAFETY INPUT 4 opens during a drive, the elevator will stop immediately.
It continues, when the lock contact is closed again.

3.10

Start permit
Checks, that the main contactors are not stuck. This is made by checking the input START
PERMIT. If there is a stuck contactor, start is not allowed. Resumes to normal use, as soon as
the contactor is ok. The input is also supervised to get pass during a drive.

3.11

Fault from drive system


There is a supervision for Quattronic, and V3F-10 drives. If the drive unit releases main contactors or mechanical brake by itself, the elevator will stop immediately. This supervision checks
the state of inputs MAIN CONTACTORS and MECHANICAL BRAKE from the drive unit
during a drive. Also ALARM signal from V3F-10 drive unit will cause this fault. Resumes to
normal service if a new call is given and with V3F-10, ALARM signal has disappeared.

3.12

Phase supervision
Checks the state of input PHASE OK. If this input is passive for more than 1 second, the elevator stops immediately. All calls will be canceled and new ones are not accepted. Resumes to
normal operation 10 seconds after the input gets active.

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3.13

Car light supervision


Inoperative during inspection drive.
Checks the input CAR LIGHT VOLTAGE OK. If the input gets passive, the elevator drives to
destination and stays there with open doors. All calls will be canceled and new ones are not
accepted. Resumes to normal operation as soon as the input gets active or the elevator is turned
to inspection drive.

3.14

Thermistor hot
Checks the input THERMISTOR/OIL CONTACT. If the input gets active (= HIGH IMPEDANCE) in inspection, the elevator stops immediately. In normal service, there is a dip switch
selection to stop immediately or drive to the next floor and stay there with door(s) opened. All
calls will be cancelled and new ones are not accepted. Hydraulic elevator will be returned to the
lowest floor. Resumes to normal operation 2 minutes after the input gets passive.

3.15

Shaft door contact open longer than 10 minutes


If swing door is selected by dip switches, this supervision checks the input SAFETY INPUT 2.
If the contact is open longer than 10 minutes, all calls will be cancelled. Resumes normal
operation as soon as the door contact is closed.

3.16

Lock input not made for starting


There is a delay of 3 second for the lock contact to get active after the retiring ramp is energized. This check is done by reading the input SAFETY INPUT 4. If the lock contact is not
made, start trial will be canceled and tried again. Maximum amount of trials is 5.

3.17

Swing door contact and concealed door contacts do not match


This supervision is activated only, if swing door is selected.
There is a delay of 2 seconds for the concealed door contact to get the same state as swing door
contact. If the state is different, start is not allowed. Resumes to normal operation as soon as the
contacts make in the correct sequence. This check is done by comparing the state of input
SAFETY INPUT 2 to the input SAFETY INPUT 3.

3.18

Reopen request active longer than 5 minutes


This supervision is done by checking the input DOOR REOPEN REQUEST. If the input is
active longer than 5 minutes, the error code will be shown on the display. Returns to normal
operation as soon as the input gets passive.

3.19

Both synchronization switches ( 136 or 77 ) activated


If both inputs SYNCHRONIZATION SWITCH UP and SYNCHRONIZATION SWITCH
DOWN are activated at the same time, all drives are prohibited. If the elevators runs, it will stop
at next floor. Synchronization drive will be done after resuming.

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3.20

Stuck car/landing call button


A call is set as a stuck call, if it's not possible to cancel it within one minute after arriving to the
floor.

3.21

Safety ray broken


This supervision is available only with swing door and can be selected by a dip switch. The
supervision sets the output SAFETY RAY SUPERVISION together with the retiring ramp. Via
this output the safety ray device gets activated. If the SAFETY RAY is cut during a drive, the
elevator will stop immediately, cancels all car calls and returns to normal service by a new car
call or opening of the door at door zone. Supervision is disabled at door zone, if the elevator is
going to stop to this floor. The condition of safety ray device is also checked in every stop via
input SAFETY RAY 2. If the device is broken, new start is not allowed. This supervision is
selected always together with the safety ray supervision.

3.22

Cylinder limit drive for hydraulic elevators


This supervision reads the state of the input HYDRAULIC OVER TRAVEL. All calls will be
canceled and new ones are not accepted. When the safety circuit is made again, the elevator
returns to the bottom floor, if relevelling with open door is selected by a dip switch. If anticreep
device is selected, the elevator sinks down to the anticreep device and stays there until power off
comes. If the elevator is returned to the bottom floor, it returns to the normal service by service
drive or power off.

3.23

ADO/ACL Supervision
Selectable with a dip switch.
Checks the input ADO/ACL PERMIT. This supervision is done in two phases. The first phase
checks, that the contactor 485 is not stuck. This supervision is done while driving full speed or
relevelling. The other phase checks, that the contactor 485 is able to energize. This phase is
done when starting to relevelling or decelerating to a floor at door zone. If 485 fails, advance
door opening and relevelling with door opened are prohibited. The elevator stops normally,
opens the door(s) and makes a synchronization drive. In synchronization drive, 485 is checked
again via the input. If it still fails, the elevator will be taken out of use, otherwise the elevator
remains to normal service.

3.24

Synchronization failed three times


This supervision is activated in each synchronization drive. If the elevator is not able to synchronize to the terminal floor, a new trial to the other end is done. If the elevator fails 3 times
consecutively, it will be returned to the bottom floor and taken out of use. Power off is required
to resume.

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3.25

Overspeed supervision (only with BAR)


If an overspeed of greater than 10% of the setup drive (H1) or learning drive (H3) speed is
detected, the elevator is stopped. Find the reason for the overspeed. If any particular reason for
the overspeed cannot be found, it is possible that the elevator has come a little bit faster due to
normal guide rail and gear adapting. New higher speed can be learnt by using BAR function H3.
The fault is reset by switching off the power.

3.26

BAR supervision
The communication between BAR and TMS50 microcomputers is supervised.
The system checks that it gets correct information from the BAR.

DISPLAY FUNCTIONS

4.1

Self test errors


In the POWER-UP phase a selftest of the computer is performed.
If there is an error detected, the lift is not able to start the operation. An error code is displayed
to indicate this situation. The following selftest errors are possible:
E0 RAM failure
E1 EPROM failure
WHAT TO DO:
Switch off the main power and change the TMS50eb unit.
After this test is passed, there are two possibilities:
1
2

There is no error. The system goes automatically into FUNCTION 0 (display car position).
There is an error. The error code is flashing. If there are more than one error, the one with
the lowest error number ( highest priority) is shown. See FUNCTION 1 for details.

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4.2

Display functions
There are different kind of functions for the seven segment display. These functions are:
F0 Car position
H0 Return to the F-functions
F1 Current error code
H1 Setup drive
F2 Stored error codes, 50 latest
H2 Speed monitor
F3 Drive reference counter
H3 Drive learning
F4 Door reference counter
H4 Fine floor level adjustment
F5 Rotary and DIP switch settings
H5 Synchronization magnet positions
F6 Software version number
H6 Flag position check
F7 Give car calls (1 to top floor)
H7 Learning drive - moved flags
F8 Give up calls (1 to top floor-1)
F9 Give down calls (2 to top floor)
FL Number of elevators in group
FH Entry to the BAR functions
The" Function Mode" button is used to select the desired kind of function. After that the
"Accept/Next" button is used to scroll through these functions.
Car Position
Function
Mode
F2

F3

Accept/
Next
H6

F1
F0

F4
F5

Function
Mode

FH
FL

F6
F7

F8

F9

TMS Functions

H5

H7
Accept/
Next

H0

Accept/
Next

Function
Mode

H4

H1
H3
H2
BAR Functions

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FUNCTION F0: Car position


DESCRIPTION:
The F0 function shows the car position on display.
It indicates also a position lost mode.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


There are three ways:
1 Automatically after power on. The current car position will be displayed if it passes selftest
and there is no current error code.
2 If display was used for another function:
Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F0 is shown on display.
Then enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.
3 No button was pressed for 2 minutes (timeout).
The system returns automatically into the FUNCTION F0.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


The car position is indicated by numbers from 01 to 16.
The lowest floor is 01.
There are some special indications as follows:
__ =
Example:

Position lost
Display shows
The elevator is at 3rd floor

Position lost

IMPORTANT! PRIORITY OF CAR POSITION INDICATION


The normal state for the display is to indicate the car position.
There is a timeout from all functions except the flashing error codes.
Two minutes after entering the last button, the system will automatically
change back to FUNCTION F0.
This is done to ensure that the elevator will not remain in another function.

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FUNCTION F1: Current error code


DESCRIPTION:
The function F1 causes the display to show the errors which are logged at the present moment.
This table can store max. 10 errors. The error shown first has happened
last. The error is copied into the stored errors F2.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F1 is shown on display.
Then enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


See list of error numbers for detailed error codes on page 30.
When the display shows F1 and the ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON is pressed,
the first error will be shown. By pressing ACCEPT/NEXT again the second
error number will be shown. In this way up to 10 errors can be shown. An 00
indicates that there is no error. When scanning through all the errors, the system
returns itself after the first 00 (no error) to the beginning of the table. This is
indicated by the F1 again.
Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

Safety circuit broken


No other current errors

IMPORTANT! FLASHING ERROR CODE


The current error code has, after the selftest, the highest priority in the display
software. This means whenever an error occurs, the display changes to the
current error code. This is indicated by FLASHING numbers. The error with
the highest priority is shown, if more errors occur at the same time.
If the display is indicating an error code by flashing numbers, it can be used for
getting more information.
By pressing the FUNCTION BUTTON the display shows F0 and can be used
with the buttons in the normal way for maximum two minutes. After this time
the display goes back to the flashing mode if the fault remains. Pressing the
button again gives another two minutes.

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FUNCTION F2: Stored error codes


DESCRIPTION:
The function F2 causes that the errors from function F1 are written into the error table. This
table is stored in a
battery backup RAM. In this way, the data is not lost when the power is
switched off. This error table can handle up to 50 errors.
The latest error is shown first. If the table is full and a new error is stored,
the oldest error information will be lost.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


By pressing the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F2 is shown on display. Then
enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


See list of error numbers for detailed error codes on page 30.
When the display shows F2 and the ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON is pressed, the
error which happened last, will be shown.
By pressing ACCEPT/NEXT again the second error number can be seen. In
this way up to 50 errors can be shown.
An 00 indicates that there is no error.
When scrolling through the whole error table, the system returns after
the first 00 (no error) or after 50 errors to the beginning of the table, which is
indicated by F2.
Example:
Press:

Display shows:
FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

Safety circuit broken

Car light supervision

No other stored errors

HOW TO ERASE THE STORED ERRORS:


The error table is erased when the FUNCTION BUTTON is pressed
during the power on phase.
The door counter and the drive counter are erased at the same time.
It might be useful to write down the actual date and the data from functions F2,
F3 and F4 before erasing the codes, to save this information.

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FUNCTION F3: Drive reference counter


DESCRIPTION:
The drive counter (F3) counts the number of starts. All starts are counted (relevelling, service
drive etc.). The data is stored in a battery backup RAM.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F3 is shown on display. Then
enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


This counter consists of 6 digits. The two highest ones are shown first. By
pressing ACCEPT/NEXT again the middle section is shown and by pressing it
the third time the lower ones.
If the ACCEPT/NEXT button is pressed again it will show F3 to indicate
the beginning of this block. The maximum for this counter is 99 99 99, then it
starts again from 00 00 00.
Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

Highest part

ACCEPT
NEXT

Middle part

ACCEPT
NEXT

Lowest part

This example shows that 23,962 drives have happened after last erase.
HOW TO ERASE THE DRIVE COUNTER:
This drive counter is erased when the FUNCTION BUTTON is pressed
during the power on phase. The stored error code and the door counter are
erased at the same time. It might be useful to write down the actual date and
the data from functions F2, F3 and F4 before erasing the codes, to save this
information.

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FUNCTION F4: Door reference counter


DESCRIPTION:
The door counter (F4) counts the number of door operations. The data is stored in
a battery backup RAM.
HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:
Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F4 is shown on display.
Then enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


The door counter consists of 6 digits. The highest ones are shown first. By pressing
ACCEPT/NEXT again the middle section is shown and by pressing it the third
time the lower ones.
If the ACCEPT/NEXT button is pressed again it will show the F4 to indicate
the beginning of this block. The maximum for this counter is 99 99 99, then it
starts again from 00 00 00.
Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

Highest part

ACCEPT
NEXT

Middle part

ACCEPT
NEXT

Lowest part

This example shows that the door had opened and closed 3904 times after last erase.
HOW TO ERASE THE DOOR COUNTER:
This door counter is erased when the FUNCTION BUTTON is pressed during
the power on phase. The stored error code and the drive counter are erased at
the same time. It might be useful to write down the actual date and the data
from functions F2, F3 and F4 before erasing the codes, to save this information.

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FUNCTION F5: Rotary and DIP switch settings


DESCRIPTION:
Rotary and DIP switch settings (F5) are made for easily checking which parameters are selected
and valid for the software.
It might be easier to see the selected value from this function, than from the
DIP switches themselves.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F5 is shown on display.
Then enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


The values of the rotary and DIP switches are shown in the same way as they
are located physically on the board. This function indicates first the order
number, by showing a NUMBER WITH DOT. The order number can be
scrolled by pressing the ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON continuously, and releasing it
when the number is shown. After that the value is shown until button is
pressed again.
Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

first switch setting


number of floors=6

ACCEPT
NEXT

second switch setting


main floor is 3rd floor

ACCEPT
NEXT

Rotary and DIP switch settings


1

Number of floors

02 - 16

Main floor

01 - 09

Door open time

Setting
Seconds

0
2

1
3

2
4

3
5

4
6

5
7

6
8

7
9

8 9 10 11
10 12 15 18

12
21

13
24

14
28

15
32

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Buffer time/ Star/delta time

Setting
0
TAC-M msHYDRO sec2-SPD sec5

5
100
.5
1.6

6
120
.6
2.0

7
140
.7
3.0

8
160
.8
-

9
180
1.0
1.0

1-speed
2-speed
TAC-M
Quattronic
Beringer
Hydro
V3F-10

Low speed
High speed

Swing door, swing door opener


Automatic door ADM or equal
Swing door and automatic door at the same side
Automatic door ADX or equal

Position indicator type


00
01
02

4
80
.4
1.3

Door types
00
01
02
03

3
60
.3
1.0

Maintenance speed
00
01

2
40
.2
.6

Drive type
00
01
02
03
04
05
06

1
20
.1
.3

Decimal
Binary code (for DOT MATRIX)
Seven segment

Control mode
00
01
02
03

Push button
Single button collective
Down collective
Full collective

10 Anticreep device or relevelling (for hydraulic only)


00
01

Anticreep device
Relevelling

11 Service drive stop


00
01

At 136:U/N
At level in terminal floors

10
200
1.4
.8

11
220
1.8
.7

12
240
2.2
.6

13
260
2.6
.5

14
280
3.0
.3

15
300
3.2
.15

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12 Advance door opening


00
01

Normal opening
Advance door opening

13 Oscillator lines
00
01

2 lines (61:U, 61:N)


3 lines (61:U, 61:N, 30)

14 Emergency stop
00
01

Doors are not allowed to open


Doors are allowed to open

15 Emergency stop
00
01

No memory (cancel car calls)


With memory

16 Parking at main floor


00
01
02
03

No main floor parking


Parking immediately when vacant
Parking after 60 seconds vacant
Parking after 15 minutes vacant

17 Door position during main floor parking


00
01

Door closed
Door opened

18 Door reopen time


00
01

3 seconds
75% of the door open time

19 Quick close with new car call


00
01

No quick close
Shortening the door time to ca 2 seconds

20 Direction of synchronization drive


00
01

Downwards
Upwards

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21 Releasing of retiring ramp with semiautomatic door


00
01

Immediately after the elevator has stopped


After the car door is fully open

22 Car calls behind accepted


00
01

Not accepted
Accepted

23 Safety ray / Light ray in car


00
01

Swing door:
Automatic door:
Swing door:
Automatic door:

Safety ray not connected


Photocell not separately connected
Emergency stop by safety ray
Photo cell separately connected

24 VOK mode
00
01

Not in VOK mode


VOK mode

25 Fire recall floor01 - 09


00 =

Topmost floor

26 Emergency power drive (EPD)/Out of service (OSS) recall floor


00 =

Nearest floor

27 Lowest floor 01 - 06
28 Spare
29 Fireman type (FRD)
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
30 Spare

No FRD
FRD NL
FRD DE
FRD S UK
not used
not used
not used
not used

01 - 09

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31 Fire detection (FID)


00
01

No detection selected
Detection selected

32 Door position during fire detection (FID)


00
01

Door closed
Door opened

33 Door position after emergency drive (EPD)/ Out of service mode (OSS)
00
01

Door closed
Door opened

34 False car call cancelling (FCC C)


00
01

No cancelling
Cancelling selected

35 Lanterns and gong (other than full collective)


A

00
01

Not used
Located to 371:1

36 Phase supervision
00
01

Continuously active
Active only when standing

37 Door open limit


00
01

Door open limit is not connected to TMS50e


Door open limit is connected to TMS50e

38 Thermistor hot
00
01

Drives to next floor, automatic reset


Stops immediately, version 0,01 -> 0,03 manual reset required
1,00-> automatic reset

39 Emergency power drive (EPD)/ out of service mode (OSS)


00
01

Emergency power drive


Out of service mode

40 Emergency stop by safety ray


00
01

EMO S
EMO AT

(with supervision)
(for Austria)

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41 Door movement if safety circuit breaks at door zone


00
01

Opens the door


Stop door movement

42 Landing call cross coupling time (LCC)


00
01

No time
2 seconds time

43 Correction drive (COD)


00
01

No correction drive
Correction drive selected

44 ARH disabled (only with anticreep device)


00
01

Return after 2 hours


No returning

45 Drive time supervision


00
01

Rope elevators:
Hydraulic elevators:
Rope elevators:
Hydraulic elevators:

20 seconds
60 seconds
40 seconds
30 seconds

46 Shortening of door open time by photocell


A

00
01

Door open time shortened


Door open time not shortened

47 Spare
48 ADO/ACL Supervision
00
01

no supervision
ADO/ACL permission supervised

49 Floor selector type


00
01

Impulse vanes
Band Reader

50 Elevator identification number in group


00
01

Elevator 1
Elevator 2

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FUNCTION F6: Software version number


DESCRIPTION:
The Number of the software version and revision can be shown with the software version
number (F6). If there are some problems with the elevator, it is important to provide this information when calling for some assistance!
HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:
Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F6 is shown on display. Then
enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.

WHAT INFORMATION IS GIVEN AND HOW:


First the version number is shown. This is indicated also with the dot.
By pressing ACCEPT/NEXT again, the revision number is shown.
Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

The software number for this elevator is 1.02.

Version number
Revision number

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FUNCTION F7: Give car calls


DESCRIPTION:
The Give car calls (F7) -function allows a car call to be made from the 1st up to the top floor.
This function assists during servicing the elevator, like adjusting the drive system.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F7 is shown on display. Then
enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON. The display shows C1 for CALL TO
FLOOR 1 on the display.
The display is now in the call giving mode. Press the ACCEPT/NEXT
BUTTON again until the floor number which the car should serve is on the
display. The elevator will start to this floor 3 seconds after releasing the
ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.
After this call is accepted, the display is ready for the next call.

Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

Release the button and


wait for 3 seconds
ACCEPT
NEXT

Release the button and


wait for 3 seconds

Call 3 is set

Call 4 is set

There is a timeout for the Give car calls -function. Two minutes after the button was pressed
last time, the display returns into FUNCTION 0 (Floor indication).

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FUNCTION F8: Give up calls


DESCRIPTION:
The Give up calls (F8) -function allows an up call to be made from the 1st up to the top floor -1.
This function assists during servicing the elevator, like adjusting the drive system.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F8 is shown on display. Then
enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON. The display shows u1 for CALL TO
FLOOR 1 on the display.
The display is now in the call giving mode. Press the ACCEPT/NEXT
BUTTON again until the floor number which the car should serve is on the
display. The elevator will start to this floor 3 seconds after releasing the
ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.
After this call is accepted, the display is ready for the next call.

Example:
Press:

Display shows:
FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

Release the button and


wait for 3 seconds
ACCEPT
NEXT

Call 3 is set
Call 4 is set

Release the button and


wait for 3 seconds

There is a timeout for the Give up call -function. Two minutes after the button was pressed
last time, the display returns into FUNCTION 0 (Floor indication).

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FUNCTION F9: Give down calls


DESCRIPTION
The Give down calls (F9) -function allows down calls to be made from the 2nd up to the top
floor. This function assists during servicing the elevator, like adjusting the drive system.

HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:


Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until the F9 is shown on display. Then
enter with ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON. The display shows n1 for CALL TO
FLOOR 1 on the display.
The display is now in the call giving mode. Press the ACCEPT/NEXT
BUTTON again until the floor number which the car should serve is on the
display. The elevator will start to this floor 3 seconds after releasing the
ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON.
After this call is accepted, the display is ready for the next call.

Example:
Press:

Display shows:
FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

ACCEPT
NEXT

Release the button and


wait for 3 seconds
ACCEPT
NEXT

Release the button and


wait for 3 seconds

Call 4 is set

Call 5 is set

There is a timeout for the Give down calls -function. Two minutes after the button was pressed
last time, the display returns into FUNCTION 0 (Floor indication).

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FUNCTION FL: Number of elevators in group


DESCRIPTION:
The function FL shows the number of elevators in group.
HOW TO ENTER THIS FUNCTION:
Press the FUNCTION BUTTON until FL is shown on display.
Then enter ACCEPT/NEXT BUTTON. The display shows the number of elevators
in group. (01=simplex, 02=duplex)
Example:
Press:

Display shows:

FUNCTION
MODE

ACCEPT
NEXT

Simplex

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FH Entry to the BAR-functions.


Available only if BAR floor selector is selected by DIP-switch Q7. When FH is on display
and Accept/Next button is pressed then display goes to the BAR-menu (H0-H7).
H0 Return to the F-functions.
When H0 on display and Accept/Next is pressed then display returns to F0.
H1 Setup drive. Only with the BAR floor selector.
Purpose of the H1 function is to measure distances between each floor and create picture of
the shaft to the computer memory. After H1, computer have default deceleration and stopping distances for each floor. All previous H3 and H4 adjustments will be resetted during
H1.
How to perform H1:
Move the elevator to the bottom or top floor with inspection drive or manually. LED Door
zone 30 or Door zone B30 and the corresponding synchronization switch 77 ( LED
136:U or 136:N) must be ON.
Press Function Mode until FH is shown on the display. Press Accept/Next to access
the H-menu. H0 is displayed. Press Function Mode to scroll to H1.
Activate Function H1 by pressing Accept/Next. Display should alternate between terminal floor number e.g 01 and H1. If there is a problem, ChC or 77 (136) switch signal is
missing from the controller, display will show _ _.
Start the learning drive by pressing top and bottom car call buttons simultaneously. The
floor numbers will scroll while the elevator is moving. When stopped, displays = = if
learning drive is O.K.
If the elevator reached the terminal floor but = = is not displayed, check that the controller floor number parameter is the same as the number of flags installed. Include floor zone
magnets for floors with B-door only in the flag count.
H2 Speed monitor. Only with the BAR floor selector.
Purpose of the H2 speed monitor is to use it as a speed measuring tool. It can be used eg.
for car balancing and hydraulic valve adjustments.
How to perform H2:
Scroll to H2 by pressing Function Mode. Displays H2. Activate Function H2 by
pressing Accept/Next. Display alternates between 00 , the elevator speed and H2 while
standing. The speed in cm/s is shown when the elevator is moving
H3 Drive learning. Only with the BAR floor selector.
Purpose of the H3 drive learning is to optimise deceleration and stopping distances of the
elevator. During H3, computer will measure deceleration and stopping distances and it
automatically adjusts corresponding deceleration and stopping points to have good drive.
H3 can be performed several times. Always when the drive unit of the elevator is adjusted
man can use H3 to learn new distances.
How to perform H3:
Press Function Mode to scroll to H3. Displays H3. Activate function H3 by pressing
Accept/Next. Display alternates between floor number where elevator is standing and
H3.
Run the elevator (2 runs at least) in both directions until the car stops in the door zone area
with a good deceleration curve. The runs must be done preferably between two floors in the

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middle of the shaft because deceleration switch 77 can disturb learning. The elevator must
reach top speed during each run.
Learning is O.K when the elevator stops at the same point for up and down drives to the
same floor. Marks on the ropes can be used for checking.
H4 Fine floor level adjustment. Only with the BAR floor selector.
Purpose of the H4 fine floor level adjustment is to tell to the computer where exactly floor
level is. Top and bottom car call buttons are used to describe how elevator has been stopped
to the floor. Before H4 can be performed successful the elevator must stop to the same position when driving to the floor from up and down direction.
How to perform H4:
The elevator should be on Normal Drive. Press Function Mode to scroll to H4. Displays
H4. Activate function H4 by pressing Accept/Next. Display alternates between floor
number where elevator is standing and H4 every 2 seconds.
Landing calls are now ignored and the elevator only answers car calls one at a time. The
elevator will park with its doors open. The fine floor levels are now set from inside the car.
The elevator is driven to each floor and the inaccuracy of the level measured. Note that only
one drive direction to each floor is needed.
Go inside the car and perform the steps as in following diagram. When finished, press both
buttons to close the doors and return to the machine room.
1
5
3
1

START

Repeat for
each floor

4
2

Press the next floor call


Note 1.
If floor level is correct,
remember to store this by
pressing both buttons before
pressing a call
button for the next floor.

TOO HIGH
Note 2.
2
5
3
1

Check
floor level

OK

TOO LOW
Note 2.
5
3
1

4
2

Press bottom call button


Each press = 5mm

4
2

Press top call button


Each press = 5mm

Note 2
If a mistake is made, (e.g pushed too
many times) corrections can be made
by
pushing the opposite push.

5
3
1

4
2

Store floor level.


Press top and bottom call
buttons together
Doors close.

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H5 Synchronization magnet positions. Only with the BAR floor selector.


Purpose of the H5 deceleration switch magnet distance function is to adjust terminal floor
deceleration switch magnets to the correct position after learning drive. Correct position for
the magnets can be asked from the computer.
How to perform H5:
Press Function Mode to scroll to H5. Displays H5.
Activate function H5 by pressing Accept/Next. Displays ucorresponding to 77:U. Press
Accept/Next to display distance in meters. Press Accept/Next to display distance in
centimeters.

77:U
Meters
Centimeters
Press Accept/Next. Displays n"corresponding to 77:N. Press Accept/Next to display
distance in meters. Press Accept/Next to display distance in centimeters.

77:N
Meters
Centimeters
In this example the 77:U magnet must be positioned 128 cm from the centre of the top floor
flag and 77:N must be positioned 88 cm from the centre of bottom floor flag.
H6 Flag position check. Only with the BAR floor selector.
Purpose of the H6 flag position check is to check that all door zone flags are mounted in
accepted +/- 30 mm accuracy compared to the fine floor level which was adjusted during
H4.
How to perform H6:
Press Function Mode to scroll to H6. Displays H6. Activate function H6 by pressing
Accept/Next. Displays == if all flags are within acceptable distance.
Or displays first flag number to be moved. Press Accept/Next. Displays distance in centimeters how mush flag have to be moved. Positive distance means upwards and negative
number means downwards.
H7 Learning drive - moved flags. Only with the BAR floor selector.
Purpose of the H7 function is to learn new positions of the door zone flags if any of them
have been moved. If door zone flags have been modified man can start from the beginning
and perform steps H1, H3 and H4 or man can use H7 just to learn new flag positions. H7 do
not reset H3 and H4 adjustments like H1 does.
How to perform H7:
Move the elevator to the bottom or top floor. LED Door zone 30 or Door zone B30 and
the corresponding Synchronization switch LED (136:U or 136:N) must be ON.
Press Function Mode to scroll to H7. Displays H7. Activate Function H7 by pressing
Accept/Next. Display should alternate between terminal floor number e.g 01 and H7. If
there is a problem, ChC or 77 (136) switch signal is missing from the controller, display
will show _ _.

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Start the learning drive by pressing top and bottom car call buttons simultaneously. The
floor numbers will scroll while the elevator is moving.
When stopped, displays == if learning drive
was O.K or
OR
Displays
if flag is still not at acceptable
distance. Repeat functions H6 and H7.

4.3

Run time errors


1

Stop the elevator immediately, power off required


01 Drive time supervision elapsed
02 DIP switch check for DRIVE TYPE failed
03 Overspeed (only with BAR)
04 Synchronization failed three times
05 Brake fault on 2 consecutive starts

Continue this drive, power off required


11 DIP switch changed during operation
12 ANTICREEP IN fault on 2 consecutive drives
13 ANTICREEP OUT fault on 2 consecutive drives
14 ADO/ACL permit input (XM17/1) not released
15 ADO/ACL permit input (XM17/1) not activated
18 Pulse tables not valid, new setup drive required (only with BAR)
19 Cylinder limit drive for hydraulic elevators

Stop the elevator immediately, next drive when fault disappears


21 Safety circuit broken
22 Shaft door contact broken during drive
23 Car door contact broken during drive
24 Lock contact broken during drive
25 Start permit fault
26 Fault from drive system
27 Brake fault
28 Safety ray broken ( swing door )
29 Phase supervision fault
30 Safety ray device broken

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Not able to start, next drive when fault disappears


41 Not used
42 Car light supervision
43 Thermistor hot
44 Door closing fault
45 Shaft door contact open longer than 10 minutes
46 Lock contact not made for starting
47 Swing door and concealed door contacts do not match
48 REOPEN longer than 5 minutes active
49 Not used
50 Anticreep fault first time
51 Start failed
52 Both synchronisation switches active

Fault registered, the elevator is able to drive


71 Door zone signal is missing
72 Vane signal 61:U is missing
73 Vane signal 61:N is missing
74 Not used
75 Not used
76 Not used
77 Door opening fault
78 Stuck car call button
79 Stuck landing call button
80 Full load is active continuously
81 Relevelling has been failed
86 Start permit continuously active

Continue this drive, power off required


90 BAR floor selector CPU failure
91 BAR ChA, ChB or ChC failure
92 ChA and ChB wiring crossed or 77 / 136 wrong polarity

Fault registered, the elevator is able to drive


93 Incorrect number of door zone flags
94 Deceleration distance too long

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DETAILED RUN TIME ERROR CODES ON DISPLAY

Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

01

02

Failure Indication
Item
DRIVE TIME
SUPERVISION
ELAPSED

DIP SWITCH
CHECK FOR
DRIVE TYPE
FAILED

Description
(What has happened?)
The car position information
has not changed after a certain
time period.
( 20/40 seconds for rope elevators )
( 30/60 seconds for hydro elevators)
This means in shafts with door
zone information ( 30 ) that
this input has not got active
and passive state.
In shafts with 61:U and 61:N
oscillators only one of them is
missing.

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)
Check if other errors appeared,
like 71, 72, 73 or 81.
Verify shaft arrangement and
wiring of oscillators.
When the elevator is standing
at level, it might not have
started at all. Check the contactor wiring.
This is a FATAL ERROR. It is
needed to switch the POWER
OFF to restart the elevator.

There is a check that the drive Check the DIP SWITCH settype which is chosen by DIP
tings from picture B on page
switches E1, E2 and E3
44. If they are set in the right
matches
the conway, then verify with
TEST
nected drive type. ( See picture
FUNCTION F5 that the setting
A on page 44)
was read correctly.
This is done after power on, as If the function shows a correct
soon as safety chain is made
value, then check the wiring
and doors are closed.
and plugging of the drive modBy activating outputs, reading
ule.
input start permit and resetting
outputs.
Switch power-off and make the
The outputs are checked one
correct setting if that was
by one.
wrong or correct the drive
module.
When the test is passed, the
elevator resumes normal operation.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

03

Failure Indication
Item
OVERSPEED
(Only with BAR)

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

If an overspeed of greater than Find the reason for the over10% of the setup drive (H1) or
speed. If any particular reason
learning drive (H3) speed is
for the overspeed cannot be
detected, the elevator is
found, it is possible that the
stopped.
elevator has come a little bit
faster due to normal guide rail
and gear adapting. New higher
speed can be learnt by using
BAR function H3.
The fault is reset by switching
off the power.

04

SYNCHRONIZATION FAILED
THREE TIMES

The system has not seen sig- Check that the floor level is
nals 136, 61 and 30 after stopreached ( drive adjustment )
ping synchronization drive.
and the LED is mentioned
This has happened on three
above lit.
consecutive drives.
This is a FATAL ERROR. It is
needed to switch the POWER
OFF to restart the elevator.

05

BRAKE FAULT
ON 2 CONSECUTIVE STARTS

There has not been voltage for Check the brake voltage.
the brake during two consecutive starts.
This is a FATAL ERROR. It is
needed to switch the POWER
OFF and on to restart the elevator.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

11

DIP SWITCH
CHANGED
DURING OPERATION

The DIP switch setting for:


Check the DIP switch settings.
Drive type
To enter new value of dip
Door type
switch settings, turn power off
Position indication
shortly.
Control mode
Anticreep/Relevelling
Correct the DIP switch set Oscillator lines
tings.
Emergency stop memory
Maintenance speed
Service stop
Sync. direction
VOK
Buffer / Y/D time
Floor number
Main floor
Fireman drive
Fireman recall floor
EPD recall floor
False car call cancelling
Door open limit
ADO/ACL supervision
has been changed during
power on.

12

ANTICREEP IN
FAULT ON 2
CONSECUTIVE
DRIVES

The anticreep device has not Check the device and wiring.
released during two consecutive drives.
The elevator continues the
operation as soon as anticreep
device is working.

13

ANTICREEP
OUT FAULT ON 2
CONSECUTIVE
DRIVES

The anticreep device is not


activated during two consecutive drives.

ADO/ACL
PERMIT INPUT
(XM17/1) NOT
RELEASED

Contactor 485 has not been Check the condition of 485 and
energized to allow advance
ADO/ACL input. Check the
door opening and relevelling
wiring too.
with door opened.
Resumes to normal service
after power off.

14

Check the device and wiring.


The elevator continues the
operation as soon as the
anticreep device is working.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

15

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

ADO/ACL
PERMIT INPUT
(XM17/1) NOT
ACTIVATED

Contactor 485 is stuck.

Check the condition of 485 and


ADO/ACL input.

18

PULSE TABLES
NOT VALID, NEW
SETUP DRIVE
REQUIRED
(Only with BAR)

Setup drive H1 has never been Perform BAR functions H1,


performed with this computer
H2 and H3 .
unit or check sum of floor
tables in EEPROM memory If failure happens second time
has been failed.
to the same computer, EEPROM is broken and TMS50eb
computer module (375) has to
be replaced by new one.

19

CYLINDER
LIMIT DRIVE
FOR HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR

The elevator has passed the top Check oscillator 61:U, 61:N
most floor and drove to the
and deceleration limit switch
limit switch 151.
136:U.

Resumes to normal service


after power off.

The elevator returns to normal


service by service drive or
power off.

21

SAFETY CIRCUIT BROKEN

The safety input SAFETY NOTE: The SAFETY CIRCIRCUIT lost the voltage. A
CUIT is also opened when
typical reason is that the car
switched to inspection drive.
EMERGENCY STOP BUTCheck, that the red LED
TON was activated. The elevaINSPECTION DRIVE is OFF.
tor is stopped immediately.
Depending on the emergency The emergency stop situation is
stop memory selection, the car
reset if:
calls are cancelled or not.
NEW CAR CALL is given in
car
the elevator is switched to
INSPECTION DRIVE mode
the DOOR HAS OPENED
at door zone

22

SHAFT DOOR
CONTACT BROKEN DURING
DRIVE

The safety input 2 has lost the Check that the door contacts
voltage during a drive.
and the wiring are properly
Reasons could be that the servmade if the reason is unknown.
ice man opened the door or
that the door contact was not The elevator resumes normal
properly made. In the case of
operation as soon as the safety
ADX/ADF the car door coninput 2 is active ( LED is ON).
tact has been broken.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

23

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

CAR DOOR CONTACT BROKEN


DURING DRIVE

The safety input 3 was lost the


voltage during a drive.

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)
Check if:
Car door contact not properly made
Power supply for door
motor lost (fuses in door
module )
Loose wires
Car door opened by hand
The elevator continues with
normal operation when the
safety input 3 is active ( LED is
ON ).

24

LOCK CONTACT
BROKEN
DURING DRIVE

The safety input 4 has lost the


voltage during a drive.

Check if:
Service man opened the
lock for service purpose
Lock contacts not properly
made
Loose wire
The elevator resumes normal
operation when the safety input
4 is active ( LED is ON ).

25

START PERMIT
FAULT

The contactors have not Check the wiring of start perreleased after the elevator
mit circuit, to main contactors.
stopped.
The elevator is ready for next
start as soon as start permit is
made ( LED is ON ).

26

FAULT FROM
QUATTRONIC

Quattronic drive unit has Check the wiring from tachomreleased the main contactors
eter and drive system.
and closed the brake, or sent
the FAULT information.
The elevator continues with
normal operation when the
inputs MAIN CONTACTORS,
MECHANICAL BRAKE from
the drive unit are working
properly and a call is given.
The FAULT led is litting, when
there is a fault in Quattronic.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

26

FAULT FROM
V3F-10

V3F-10 drive unit has released Check the wiring and the drive
the main contactors and closed
system.
the brake or sent the ALARM
information.
The elevator continues with
normal operation when the
inputs MAIN CONTACTORS,
MECHANICAL BRAKE and
ALARM from the drive unit are
working properly and a call is
given. The ALARM led is litting, when the there is a fault in
V3F-10.

27

BRAKE FAULT

The brake has lost the voltage.

Check the voltage of the brake.


The elevator resumes once, the
second time will cause FATAL
ERROR 05. Led brake supervision is ON.

28

SAFETY RAY
BROKEN

Safety ray has been cut with Check the safety ray and wirswing door.
ing.
The elevator continues by
pressing a car call or open the
door at floor.

29

PHASE SUPERVISION FAULT

The build-in PHASE SUPER- Measure that all three phases


VISION has detected a wrong
are connected correctly.
phase rotation a missing phase
or a voltage drop.
The elevator continues with
normal operation after 10 seconds when LED phase ok is
ON.

30

SAFETY RAY
DEVICE BROKEN

Input safety ray 2 has changed Check the safety ray device.
the state.
The elevator continue when the
input safety ray 2 is in correct
state.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

42

CAR LIGHT
SUPERVISION

The car light voltage is not Make sure that the car light is
OK.
switched on ( if there is a
This error is also shown, if the
switch for that ).
switch CAR LIGHT/EMERGENCY CALL in machine A new start is allowed as soon
room is
switched
as the car light voltage is ok
off.
( LED car light voltage ok is
ON ).

43

THERMISTOR
HOT

The resistance of the thermis- Check the connections.


tors is too high. This means Make sure that the motor fan
that the motor is too hot. Typiruns whenever a rope elevator
cal reason for this error is a
drives.
long drive with slow speed (
service drive ).
New drive is allowed after 2
minutes from resuming( LED is
GREEN).

44

DOOR CLOSING
FAULT

The safety input 2 or 3 have no See car door contact not


voltage.
made.
Error no. 23
See shaft door contact not
made. Error no. 22
The elevator resumes normal
as soon as inputs are made.

45

SHAFT DOOR
CONTACT OPEN
LONGER THAN
10 MINUTES

Shaft door contact has been Check that the door is really
open more than 10 minutes.
closed.
Check the door wiring and
mechanics.
The elevator resumes normal
operation as soon as safety
input 2 signal is made.

46

LOCK CONTACT
NOT MADE FOR
STARTING

The safety input 4 has 3 sec- Check that the retiring ramp
onds time to get active after
energizes and lock contact
energizing the retiring ramp
operates. In elevators with no
output.
retiring ramp, check that there
is a connection to XH1/8.
The elevator resumes normal
operation as soon as safety
input 4 is made.

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Error
code

47

48

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

SWING AND
CONCEALED
DOOR CONTACT
DO NOT MATCH

Swing door contact and concealed door contact are in different state.

REOPEN
LONGER THAN
5 MINUTES
ACTIVE

One or more of the door safety Check following:


devices have been active more
reopen button in car
than 5 minutes.
door safety devices
- safety edge
- pressure limiter

Check the wiring and mechanics.


The elevator continues with
normal position as soon as the
contacts are in the same state.

The elevator resumes normal


operation as soon as the reopen request input disappears
(LED is OFF).

50

51

ANTICREEP
FAULT FIRST
TIME

Anticreep contact did not work


correctly.

Check the anticreep device.

START FAILED

V3F-10 drive unit has not Check the wiring of signal


replied to the start request.
MECHANICAL BRAKE and
the condition of the drive unit.

Elevator remains operative. If


this fault happens again, fault
code 12 or 13 appears.

The elevator resumes to normal service as soon as the signal is received.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

52

Failure Indication
Item
BOTH SYNCHRONISATION
SWITCHES
ACTIVE

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

Both synchronisation switches Check the polarities from the


77 ( 136 ) are active at the
DIP switch H3. DIP switch sets
same time.
input signal for normally open
Synchronization switch up
or normally closed synchroniand down leds are ON.
zation switch.
Check the synchronization
switches.
A typical reason for this error
code is that a fuse of 1A ( control voltage ) is blown.
The elevator resumes normal
operation when one of the synchronization switch signal
have disappeared.
Synchronization drive is performed automatically.
See picture C on page 44.

71

DOOR ZONE SIG- Door zone signal "Door zone Check the door zone vanes and
NAL IS MISSING 30" or Door zone B30 is
oscillators.
missing at the door zone in
question.
The elevator resumes normal
operation as soon as door zone
information exists again.

72

VANE SIGNAL
61:U IS MISSING

Vane signal "Stepping up" is Check the vanes and connecmissing.


tions of oscillators.
The elevator resumes normal
operation when the vane information is ok.

73

VANE SIGNAL
61:N IS MISSING

Vane signal "Stepping down" Check the vanes and connecis missing.
tions of oscillators.
The elevator resumes normal
operation when the vane information is ok.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

77

DOOR OPENING
FAULT

Door open limit function is Check the wiring and door


selected by a dip switch, but
opening limit switch.
the input state is not changing.
The elevator works normally,
except the door opening time is
long. Door opening time
resumes to normal as soon as
the input state changes.

78

STUCK CAR
CALL BUTTON

The controller tried to cancel a Check with the LEDs, which


car call after the call was
button is stuck.
served. The input for this call
was
still
The elevator is ignoring this
active ( connected to -/24 V ).
call and continuing with serving the other calls. This call
will be served again, immediately after the input was passive.

79

STUCK LANDING CALL BUTTON

The controller tried to cancel a Check with the LEDs which


landing call after the call was
button is stuck.
served. The input for this call
was still active ( connected to - The elevator is ignoring this
/24 V ).
call and continuing with serving the other calls. This call
will be served again, immediately after the input was passive.

80

FULL LOAD IS
ACTIVE CONTINUOUSLY

When the elevator is free 5 Check the function and conminutes and full load is valid
nections of the full load weighall the time a conclusion is
ing device.
made that
the
full
load weighing device has been The elevator resumes normal
stuck.
operation taking the full load
weighing device into account.

81

RELEVELLING
HAS BEEN
FAILED

Relevelling for hydraulic ele- Check the adjustment of valves


vator has failed to reach the
and the vanes at the floor level
floor level within drive time
in question.
supervision time. Elevator has
been returned to the lowest See error 01. Check relevelling
floor and switched out of use.
function.
Blinking fault code on the display is 01 and fault code 81 is
in fault memory (function F1).

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

86

START PERMIT
CONTINUOUSLY
ACTIVE

Start permit input has been in Check the start permit chain.
incorrect state during drive.
Requires power OFF.

90

BAR FLOOR
SELECTOR CPU
FAILURE

TMS50eb module internal failure.

BAR ChA, ChB or


ChC FAILURE

Pulses from car top band Check alignment of the band


reader are not coming correctly
inside reader fork.
to the TMS50eb module.
Check that band is clean. Holes
Elevator drives to the final
are not filled by dust.
limit switch.
Check that ChA and ChB leds
are blinking when driving service drive from car top.
Check door zone flags
mounted on the band.
Check that ChC and Chd leds
are lit while door zone flag is
inside the reader fork. And
ChC and ChD leds are not lit
when the lift is between floor
levels.
Check wiring from the reader
to the control panel and to the
XC5 connector.

91

Change TMS50eb module.


Run setup procedure functions
H1, H3 and H4 with new module.

This is a FATAL ERROR. It is


needed to switch the POWER
OFF to restart the elevator.

92

ChA AND ChB


WIRING
CROSSED OR
WRONG 77 / 136POLARITY

Pulses from car top band


reader are going to the wrong
direction when passing 77deceleration switch or 77deceleration switch polarity is
wrong.
There could be wiring mistake
or 77-switch magnet is wrong
way round or DIP switch H3 is
UP. Elevator drives to the final
limit switch.

Check that DIP H3 is down.


Check both terminal floors that
corresponding 136 LED is on
and other 136 LED is off. If not
ok then check bistable 77switches on the car roof.
Swap ChA and ChB wires
from XC5/1 and XC5/2 terminals.
This is a FATAL ERROR. It is
needed to switch the POWER
OFF to restart the elevator.

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Table 1: Detailed run time error codes on display


Error
code

Failure Indication
Item

Description
(What has happened?)

Corrective action
(What to do?)
(How to continue?)

93

INCORRECT
NUMBER OF
DOOR ZONE
FLAGS

During setup drive H1 the Check that rotary switch A is


number of door zones are calcorrect and all the flags are
culated and compared to the
correctly mounted on the band.
rotary switch A setting. ComCheck bistable switch for rear
parison has given different
side if exists.
value.
Put lift to the terminal floor
and perform H1 again.

94

DECELERATION
DISTANCE TOO
LONG

Use function H5 to check


Only with TAC-M and Quatdeceleration distance. Decelertronic drives.
ation distance is displayed
BAR-function H3 has meas77:U magnet distance -7 cm.
ured deceleration distance
which is longer than shortest Do functions H1 and H3 once
floor to floor distance.
again. If still failure exists, try
to adjust deceleration distance
shorter. Then use H3 to learn
new shorter deceleration distance.

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pict. A
A

pict. B
1-speed

Q10

V3F - 10

2-speed

Beringer

Not used

TAC-M

Hydronic

pict. C
A

H3

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TMS50EB EMERGENCY BATTERY

6.1

TMS50eb Emergency Battery circuit


The TMS50eb contains:
1- Battery charger for 12 V battery
2- Charge level supervision
3- Over current protection
4- Over voltage protection
5- Supply to 12 V emergency bell
6- Emergency car light supply
7- Emergency alarm circuit

6.1.1

Battery charger for 12 V battery


The built-in charger is charging the battery with constant voltage. Maximum current is limited
to 500-550 mA.

6.1.2

Charge level supervision


Battery will be load tested automatically after power up (reset) of computer and then once in 24
hours. Load test is done by 11 ohm resistor for 10 seconds time. If battery voltage drops below
10.5 V during test then Battery OK led lits red, otherwise it lits green.
Lower 9.4V limit is used for battery deep discharge protection. While TMS50eb module and
battery charger supply is off then all load will be disconnected from battery is voltage drops
below 9.4V. The green LED for the "Battery OK" goes red.

6.1.3

Over current protection


In series with the battery connection (terminal XM6) is a thermal 4 A fuse. The fuse
disconnects the load from the battery. If the fuse trips, the load has to be off for at least 5 minutes before resuming normal operation.

6.1.4

Voltage protection
XM6 has overvoltage protection for 24 V.

6.1.5

Supply to 12 V emergency bell


On terminal XC5/6 and XH5/6 there is a fused 12 V/500 mA supply to emergency bell or
alarm. A 12 V line regulator ensures, that the emergency devices are always operative, when the
power is ON.

6.1.6

Emergency car light supply


Terminal XC5/7 supplies 12 V to the car emergency light if the car light supply is off (and there
is a battery connected). The activation of the emergency car light function is shown by a yellow
"Emergency light" indicator on the TMS50eb unit.

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6.1.7

Emergency alarm circuit


The internal emergency alarm will be activated if +12 VDC is applied to XC3/9 or XH3/9.
There is a about 2-13 second adjustable delay (potentiometer on TMS50eb unit) during which
the signal has to be active. The alarm activates a red light ("Emergency alarm") and the
"Transmit output relay". The relay has one uncommitted switch over contact at XM21/3-5 and
one closing contact at XM21/1-2.
The emergency alarm is reset by pushing the red reset button on the TMS50eb unit or by
connecting XM21/6 to C-.

6.2

Trouble shooting

6.2.1

Normal state
In normal operation the following state is observed;
"Battery OK" LED should be lit green.
"Emergency light" and alarm LED should be off.
+ 12...13.5 VDC on the XM6/1 (versus C-, XM6/2), on XC5/6 and on XH5/6

6.2.2

No voltage on XC5/6 and XH5/6 ( power off situation )


If voltage on XM6 and "Battery OK" LED is green, then the internal thermal 4 A current
protection has tripped. Disconnect the load at XH5/6 and XC5/6 and wait at least 5 minutes for
the protection device to cool.
If "Battery OK" is red, the undervoltage protection has disconnect the load to protect the
battery. Ensure there is no load on XC5/6 or XH5/6 and the battery will be recharged during
normal lift operation (>10 hours).

6.2.3

No voltage on XM6/1
If no +12 V voltage on XM6/1, the battery is damaged and needs replacing. If the voltage is not
recovering, the charging circuit in the TMS50eb is damaged. Replace the TMS50eb unit.

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REPLACING TMS50EB MODULE

7.1

Mechanical change of the module

7.2

Switch main power supply and possible car light supply off.

Pull out connectors and unscrew four fixing screws.

Pull out possible extension module flat cable.

Remove TMS50eb module from control panel.

Set DIP and ROTARY switches of new module similar than they are in old one.

Transfer drive signal plate from old module to new module.

In case of Duplex: Transfer Duplex serial module from old module to new module. Verify
new and old module software number. If it is not the same, change also the software
EPROM.

Install new module to control panel.

Tighten four fixing screws. Right lower screw should made earthing.

Put back cables and connectors.

Commissioning of new module in case of BAR floor selector.


If BAR floor selector is used then setup and learning drives has to be done. Computer in
TMS50eb module must know floor positions, speed and deceleration curve of the elevator.

Perform BAR function H1 Setup drive. Details at page 27.

Perform BAR function H3 Drive learning. Details at page 27.

Perform BAR function H4 Fine floor level adjustment. Details at page 28.

BAR functions H2, H5, H6 and H7 should not be needed because speed and deceleration distance of the drive system remains the same.
7.3

Commissioning of module in case of drive system changes.


If BAR floor selector is used and nominal speed, creeping speed or deceleration distance of the
drive system is changed then learning drives has to be done again. Computer in TMS50eb module must know speed and deceleration curve of the elevator.

Perform BAR function H3 Drive learning. Details at page 27.


Perform BAR function H5 Deceleration switch magnet distance. Details at page 29.

BAR functions H1, H2, H4, H6 and H7 should not be needed because exact floor positions of
the elevator remains the same.

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REPLACING OTHER THAN TMS50EB MODULES

8.1

TMS50e module withTMS50eb module


Follow the instructions for replacing a TMS50e module:
1 Turn the main and possible car light switch OFF. Ensure that there is no voltage!
2

In case of duplex disconnect the serial communication cable.

Disconnect all Phoenix plugs.

Loose the 4 fixing screws.

Take the TMS50e module out of the panel.

Change the additional Phoenix plugs (if used) to the new module.

Place the new TMS50eb module and screw it tight. Watch especially that the lower right
screw is tightend together with a dented washer, which puts disturbance signals to earth.

Set all the Rotary and DIP switches exactly according to the old one.

Change in a duplex case the additionally screwed serial module to the new microcomputer
module.

10 Change the drive plate with the signal names depending on the drive type to the new module.
11 Connect all the Phoenix plugs and the group cable, if exists.
12 Turn ON the main and the possible car light switch
13 Reset the fault log of the microcomputer module. This can be done by keeping the Function button on TMS50eb pressed during the 3-phase automat 286 is switched OFF and ON
again.
14 Make a functional test of the lift.

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8.2

TMS50 module with TMS50eb module


The new TMS50eb microcomputer module can be used to substitute an older TMS50 module.
The connections are exactly the same.
For replacing a TMS50 with a new TMS50eb module follow the steps:
1 Turn the main and possible car light switch OFF. Ensure that there is no voltage !
2

Disconnect all Phoenix plugs.

Loose the 4 fixing screws.

Take the TMS50 module out of the panel.

Change the additional Phoenix plugs (if used) to the new module.

Place the new TMS50eb module and screw it tight. Watch especially that the lower right
screw is tightend together with a dented washer, which puts disturbance signals to earth.

Set all the rotary and DIP switches of the lower row exactly according to the old one. In the
additional row of the new module, all rotary switches must be set to 0 and all DIP
switches to the DOWN position to get the TMS50 functions (and no others).

Change the drive plate with the signal names depending on the drive type to the new module.

Connect all the Phoenix plugs.

10 Turn ON the main and the possible car light switch.


11 Reset the fault log of the microcomputer module. This can be done by keeping the Function button on TMS50eb pressed during the 3-phase automat 286 is switched OFF and ON
again.
12 Make a functional test of the lift.
Additional wire needed with Quattronic drives !
If the lift has a Quattronic drive system, a wire for a new signal needs to be added. It is the
FAULT signal and prevents a start trial of the TMS50eb as long as the fault exists.
Add the following wire:
TMS50eb / XM17/2 -- Quattronic / 18
.
Add this wire into the circuit diagrams
as well (circuit diagram page 4)

TMS50eb

Quattronic

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8.3

TMS50 module with TMS50eb module, if floor extension module is used


In case of 9 to 16 floors, a TMS50 floor extension module is used. This module can not be connected to the TMS50eb microcomputer module. It is not compatible.
There is the possibility to replace the needed module by one of the same type, which means
TMS50 microcomputer or floor extension. If they are not available it is required to use a
TMS50eb microcomputer module and a TMS50e extension module. This requires some additional wiring as well.
You need:

1 TMS50eb microcomputer module


1 Extension module (490478G01)
1 Plastic cover for extension module 1.DC9-16 (491130G01)

For replacing the TMS50 microcomputer module and TMS50 floor extension follow the steps:
1 Turn the main and possible car light switch OFF. Ensure that there is no voltage !
2

Disconnect all Phoenix plugs.

Loose the 2 fixing screws of the floor extension and the flat cable between the modules and
put it out of the panel.

Loose the 4 fixing screws of the microcomputer module and take it out.

Change the additional Phoenix plugs (if used) to the new module.

Place the new TMS50eb module and screw it tight. Watch especially that the lower right
screw is tightend together with a dented washer, which grounds the module.

Set all the rotary and DIP switches of the lower row exactly according to the old one. In the
additional row of the new module, all rotary switches must be set to 0 and all DIP
switches to the DOWN position to get the TMS50 functions (and no others).

Change the drive plate with the signal names depending on the drive type to the new module.

Place the TMS50eb extension module in, connect the flat cable and screw it tight.

10 Connect all the Phoenix plugs.

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11 Add the following wiring:

NOTE: POWER SUPPLY


Additional load is connected to the
transformer.
Check, that the transformer can handle
it. The AC voltage should be 18 - 21V.

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12 Turn ON the main and the possible car light switch.


13 Reset the fault log of the microcomputer module. This can be done by keeping the Function button on TMS50eb pressed during the 3-phase automat 286 is switched OFF and ON
again.
14 Make a functional test of the lift.

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