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CPIK Frequency Inverter

Operating Manual
Non-Regenerative 11M1 15M1 32M1 48M1 60M1 105M1 15RM 32RM 48RM Regenerative 25R 33R 50R 100R 150R
Control voltage use AC220V

Revised : 2009-06-24

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Preface We are pleased that you decided to purchase a quality product from ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd.

This operating manual assists you in getting familiar with the frequency inverter and its intended possibilities of use. Important information concerning safety and hazards helps you to safely use the frequency inverter as intended. Subject to technical alteration.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

1. SAFETY................................................................................................................................................ 1.1 Explanation of symbols used......................................................................................... 1.2 General safety information............................................................................................ 2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS................................................... 2.1 Representation of frequency inverter CPIK....................................................................... 2.2 Description of frequency inverter CPIK............................................................................ 2.2.1 Warnings.............................................................................................................. 2.2.2 Mounting instructions............................................................................................. 2.2.3 Technical data...................................................................................................... 2.2.3.1 General data................................................................................................... 2.2.3.2 Type specification........................................................................................... 2.2.3.3 External modules............................................................................................ 2.2.3.4 Derating........................................................................................................ 2.2.4 General instructions............................................................................................... 2.2.4.1 Mains voltage................................................................................................. 2.2.4.2 System configuration....................................................................................... 2.2.4.3 Mains connection........................................................................................... 2.2.4.4 Isolation of frequency inverter........................................................................... 2.2.4.5 Leakage current.............................................................................................. 2.2.4.6 Fault current................................................................................................... 2.2.4.7 Discharge time of DC link capacitors.................................................................. 2.2.4.8 Electronic ground............................................................................................ 2.2.4.9 Run Contactor................................................................................................. 2.2.4.10 Internal fan.................................................................................................. 2.3 Interface..................................................................................................................... 2.3.1 Connection diagram............................................................................................... 2.3.2 Frequency inverter Input and Output terminals (Non-Regenerative)............................... 2.3.2.1 Mains............................................................................................................ 2.3.2.2 Motor and Cables........................................................................................... 2.3.2.3 Braking resistor.............................................................................................. 2.3.2.4 Internal voltage............................................................................................... 2.3.2.5 Separately driven motor fan............................................................................. 2.3.2.6 Motor PTC thermistor connection....................................................................... 2.3.2 Frequency inverter Input and Output terminals (Regenerative).....................................

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TABLE OF CONTENT 2.3.2.1 Mains............................................................................................................ 2.3.2.2 Motor and Cables........................................................................................... 2.3.4 Encoder connection and CAN communication............................................................ 2.3.4.1 Encoder connection......................................................................................... 2.3.4.2 Encoder signals and CAN communication to control............................................. 2.3.4.3 Using the CAN interface to connect the TCM (or TAC50K) control system.. 2.3.4.4 Switching sequence chart with TCM control........................................................ 2.3.4.5 Switching sequence chart with TAC50K control................................................... 2.3.5 Interface to the lift control....................................................................................... 2.3.5.1 Ready message....................................................................................... 2.3.5.2 Inputs and outputs.......................................................................................... 2.3.5.3 Switching sequence chart................................................................................. 2.4 System perturbations, EMC........................................................................................... 2.4.1 General................................................................................................................ 2.4.2 Mounting Instructions............................................................................................. 2.4.3 Line choke............................................................................................................ 2.4.4 Line filter.............................................................................................................. 2.4.5 Installation of other cables...................................................................................... 2.5 Dimension sheet.......................................................................................................... 2.5.1 Dimension of CPIK series........................................................................................ 2.5.2 External modules................................................................................................... 2.5.2.1 DC choke................................................................. 2.5.2.2 Line filter (standard, not used IT lines)............................................................... 2.5.2.3 Line choke.................................................................................................. 3. TRANSPORT AND STORAGE............................................................................................................. 3.1 General...................................................................................................................... 4. PUTTING INTO OPERATION.............................................................................................................. 4.1 Safety instructions....................................................................................................... 4.2 Operating instructions.................................................................................................. 4.3 Points to be observed prior to initial powering on.............................................................. 4.4 Checking the visual displays in the event of errors............................................................ 4.5 Input of lift-specific values............................................................................................. 4.6 Testing the drive for correct functioning........................................................................... 4.7 Drive optimization........................................................................................................ 4.8 Measuring and setting.................................................................................................. 4.8.1 LED and measuring points on TMI2 board .................................................. 4.8.2 LED and measuring points on RMC board.............................................................. 4.8.3 LED and measuring points on RMBK board (Regenerative type)....................... 13 13 14 14 14 14 16 17
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8.8 How to use the Hyper-terminal......................................................................................

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8.7 Connection diagram.....................................................................................................

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8.6 Extra info for run contactor problems.......................................................................

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8.5 Extra info for pulse enables power part (PDPINT)..............................................................

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8.4 Error description..........................................................................................................

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8.3 Monitoring Parameter...................................................................................................

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8.2 Parameter Setting........................................................................................................

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8.1 Declaration of Conformity..............................................................................................

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8. ANNEX.................................................................................................................................................

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7.2.4 Setting into operation.............................................................................................

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7.2.3 Settings for synchronous motors.............................................................................

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7.2.2 Motor adaptation...................................................................................................

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7.2.1 Rating..................................................................................................................

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7.2 Modernization by encoder mounted on motor shaft..........................................................

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7.1 General......................................................................................................................

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6.2 Settings......................................................................................................................

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6.1 General......................................................................................................................

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6. SHORT-RUN DEVICE..........................................................................................................................

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5.4.2 Display parameters................................................................................................

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5.4.1 Variable parameters...............................................................................................

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5.4 Parameters.................................................................................................................

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5.3.4 Error description....................................................................................................

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5.3.3 End error stack......................................................................................................

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5.3.2 Delete error stack..................................................................................................

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5.3.1 Display error stack.................................................................................................

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5.3 Error stacks.................................................................................................................

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5.2.5 Individual parameters as factory-set..................................................................

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5.2.4 All parameters as factory-set..................................................................................

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5.2.3 Save changed parameters to EEPROM.....................................................................

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5.2.2 Display parameters................................................................................................

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5.2.1 Display and change of parameters...........................................................................

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5.2 Operation...................................................................................................................

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5.1 General......................................................................................................................

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5. PARAMETER ENTRY...........................................................................................................................

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1.1 Explanation of symbols used The following pictographs and designations are used in this operating manual:

1. SAFETY

Danger This symbol draws attention to an extreme danger to life or risk of injury to persons. Disregard of warning means danger to life !

Danger This symbol draws attention to an immediate impending danger to life or risk of injury to persons caused by electric current. Warning notices must always be observed!

Warning This symbol draws attention to an impending danger. Disregard can cause injury to persons or extensive damage to property. Warning notices must always be observed!

Note This symbol draws attention to important information and instructions for operation. Disregard can lead to damages, hazards or failures.

Inspection This symbol draws attention to inspection sequence. These inspection notices must be observed in any case. Disregard can lead to injury to persons or damage to property.

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1.2 General safety information

1. SAFETY

Information about the operating manual Knowledge of the basic safety requirements is a prerequisite for the safe use and the failurefree operation of this component. This operating manual comprises the most important information how to safely use the component. The operating manual and, in particular, the safety information must be observed by all persons who perform any work on the component. In addition the rules and requirements concerning the regulations for prevention of accidents which apply to the installation location must be observed.

Duties of the owner and / or the installer The owner and / or installer ensures that only persons are authorized to work at the component, who are familiar with the requirements concerning safe working and prevention of accidents and who were trained how to use the component; have read the safety information and the warning notices in this operating manual.

Check the compliance of the employees method of working with the safety requirements in regular intervals.

Duties of the employees Persons who are authorized to perform work at the component are obliged to observe the requirements concerning safe working and prevention of accidents; to read the safety information and the warning notices in this operating manual prior to start working.

Training of the employees Only trained and instructed, technically competent persons shall perform work at the component. The competence of the employees must be clearly defined for all tasks concerning putting into service, operation, maintenance and repair work.

Organizational measures The owner or the installer must provide the necessary personal protective gear. All existing safety devices must be checked regularly in accordance with the maintenance plan.

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Informal information about safety measures The operating manual must always be available at the location of the installation.

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In addition to the operating manual the general and local regulations for the prevention of accidents and environmental regulations must be made available and observed. Clearly and easily visible statutory safety instructions must be made available for the users. See to it that all information concerning safety and hazards is always visibly and legibly made available on the machine.

Use as intended The FREQUENCY INVERTER is exclusively designed for use as controller in lift drives in accordance with EN 112015 or EN 12016 as well as EMC directive 89/336/EC. Installation of the frequency inverter is subject to compliance with the requirements for installation and use of electrically-operated installations (EN 50 178 / VDE 0160 and VDE 0110). Any other use or any use exceeding the scope of the above definitions is regarded as use outside of the intended purpose. ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd. cannot be hold liable for any damages resulting from this and for any damages which are caused by any errors of procedure. Use within the scope of intended purpose also comprises observance of all information of the operating manual fulfillment of the instructions applying to putting into service, installation description and inspection and repair work.

Guarantee and liability The General sales and delivery terms of ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd. apply generally. Any claims for guarantee and liability are excluded in the case of injury to persons or damage to property resulting from one or several of the causes below: use of FREQUENCY INVERTER outside the scope of its intended purpose inexpert installation and putting into service of the FREQUENCY INVERTER operating the FREQUENCY INVERTER with defective and/or non-operative safety and protective devices disregard of instructions of the operating manual unauthorized constructional modifications of the FREQUENCY INVERTER unsatisfactory supervision of parts which are subject to wear inexpert repair work catastrophes caused by outside influence and Act of God.

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Modifications of FREQUENCY INVERTER The FREQUENCY INVERTER is adjusted and sealed at the factory.

1. SAFETY

In case of modifications or damage of the sealing ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd. cannot be hold liable. In case of inexpert use there will be the risk of damage to life of the user resp. third parties or impairment of the component or material property. Failures which may affect safe operation must be eliminated immediately.

Use of FREQUENCY INVERTER and possible hazards The state-of-the art frequency inverter complies with the safety requirements in force. The frequency inverter shall only be used as intended and with the safety devices in perfect working condition. In case of inexpert use there will be the risk of damage to life of the user resp. third parties or impairment of the component or material property. Failures which may affect safe operation must be eliminated immediately. Works on the frequency inverter shall only be performed with the lift installation protected against unintentional switching on. See instructions in chapters 2.2.4.6 Fault current 5.4.1 Variable parameter (P92: discharge of DC link)

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2.1 Representation of frequency inverter CPIK

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Control voltage (1ph AC220V) connection Ready message connection Motor thermo sensor connection DC choke Main voltage (3 ph AC380V) connection Dynamic braking resistor connection Motor connection Parameter Entry Panel interface PC (RS-232C) interface

CAN communication and Encoder signal output Encoder connection (Incremental encoder) Encoder connection (Absolute encoder)

Reference of terminals see chapter 8.7 Connection diagram

Notice: control voltage of each models are as following:


Control voltage 1 phase AC380V 1 phase AC220V CPIK11M1 CPIK15 CPIK model CPIK32 CPIK48 CPIK60 CPIK105 remark Release date built- in DC choke 2006.Jan no built- in DC choke and miniature 2007. Apr CPIK15M CPIK32M CPIK48M CPIK15M1 CPIK32M1 CPIK48M1 CPIK60M1 CPIK105M1 changed control voltage 2009.June

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2.2 Description of frequency inverter CPIK The description and installation instructions are intended to inform the engineer planning the master lift control about the use of the frequency inverter range CPIK. The frequency inverter is a pulse inverter with DC link, latest microprocessor technology and IPM (Intelligent Power Module) solid state power components. Power vector control and field-oriented motor management by motor-mounted rotary encoder permits maximum dynamic performance and, therefore, load- independent high-quality run performance. The drive system consisting of CPIK frequency inverter and ThyssenKrupp motor is factory-adjusted. The motor shall not be adapted to the frequency inverter prior to powering the lift installation on. Only check whether the adequate motor (see name plate) and encoder type (number of increments) are selected. Display selection of correct values by parameter P 40 (motor) and P 96 (encoder). Try to determine the pulse number per revolution through parameter P 105 if unknown. (See chapter 5.4.2 display parameters). Adaptation in the course of putting the frequency inverter into operation for third-party motors. (See chapter 7. Modernization). The main features of the frequency inverter range CPIK consists of the following points: PWM control with 16 kHz pulse frequency, i.e. no motor noise. This frequency will be reduced automatically by overload. Peak current is available for approx. 10 second during operation. Higher current is available for approx. 4sec in case of overload (in particular release of safety gear operation). However the switching frequency is reduced to 4 kHz (see chapter 2.2.3.2 Type specification). Connection of contactors on mains (before the frequency inverter) or motor side (after the frequency inverter). (See chapter 2.2.4.9 Contactors). No integrated fuses. Therefore adaptation of the installation fuses to inverter output Regenerative energy is converted to heat by external brake resistor incase of Non-Regenerative. Presetting of running characteristic by short run computer. Monitoring of reference/actual speed. Monitoring is not effective at Vi (inspection speed). Isolated integrated voltage detection. Therefore devices can also be used for IT mains. Device connection without removing of covers. All cable terminals are on top side and lower side (motor and brake resister) of device; control terminals are accessible from front side. Speed to 2.0 m/s with geared drives to 6.0 m/s with gearless drives to 1.25 m/s with third-party motors(modernization jobs) Observe minimum floor-to-floor distances. (see chapter 4.8.3 Diagram for determining the min. permissible floor-to-floor distances). 2.2.1 Warnings Works on the frequency inverter shall only be performed by trained and qualified personnel. They must observe the appropriate rules for prevention of accidents and shall be informed about the danger of electric current to be considered.(See chapter 1.2 General safety information). Frequency inverters are electronic devices and, therefore, not fail-safe. The owner of the installation is responsible for the safety of persons and protection of material property. Requirements for the installation and operation of electric systems (EN 50 178 / VDE 0160 and VDE 0110) must be observed for mounting of frequency inverter. Protective measures to be taken acc. to local conditions and regulations. Electric energy may still be present after shutting off the inverter. (Charge of DC link capacitors). This applies to defective devices in particular. A warning to this effect is displayed on the device and must also be present in the operating manual of the lift control. The integrated heat sink or other components, too, may still have a temperature > 60 C during operation or shortly after powering off the device. The external brake resistor may have a temperature > 200 C during operation.
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The brake resistor should preferably be fitted on the control cabinet roof. Observe that there is no combustible material above the brake resistor. Wall-mounted brake resistors shall not be fitted on / below combustible materials. These warnings do not claim to be complete.

2.2.2 Mounting instructions The following points are to be observed: The frequency inverter is a building part which is designed in protection class IP20. Mounting dimensions and required free space for ventilation see dimension sheet (chapter 2.5 Dimension sheet). Vertical mounting position is to be observed and free air inlet/outlet at heat sink provided. Ventilation apertures are required with the frequency inverter installed in a control cabinet. Power loss see technical data. Respective measures are required if polluted cooling air impairs the operation of the frequency inverter (installation of air filter and regular cleaning, for example).

< CPIK Installation and connection of motor cable >

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2.2.3 Technical data 2.2.3.1 General data

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Main Power connection, intput Rated mains voltage Maximum voltage range Mains frequency System configuration Power factor cos 1 Line power factor Control Power connection, input Power max. Control voltage Max. 100VA, Max. 200VA (R- type) [V] [V] [Hz] 3 phase AC 380, without N 3 phase AC 380 -15%, AC415 +10% Rated 50, range 48 ... 63 TN, TT, IT 0.98 with rated input current 0.94 with rated input current

1 phase AC 220 V - 25%, AC240 +10%, without N, 50/60 Hz 1 phase AC 380 V - 25%, AC415 +10%, without N, 50/60 Hz AC380V CPIK series 15, 32, 48, 60, 105 15M, 32M, 48M AC220V 11M1,15M1,32M1,48M1, 60M1,105M1

*** Control voltage is changed AC380V to AC220V in case of CPIK xxM1 series Protection class and climatic conditions Protection class Permissible coolant temperature Max. height of installation site Max. relative humidity Contamination level System perturbations, EMC Radio-interference level (emission) Interference immunity (immunity) Current harmonic I5/I1 Total harmonic distortion THD- F
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IP 20 [C] [m NN] [%] 0 ... 45 1000 95 2 Derating for higher temperature Derating for higher heights No icing Acc. to DIN VDE 0160

EN 12015 EN 12016 < 0.3, 35%, < 0.08 (R- type) With rated input current
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10% (R- type)

1) In case of CPIK with operating capacity < 70 % rated output line reactor with higher inductance required, see chapter 2.5.2.2 Line choke 2) Total harmonic distortion (harmonic RMS current) related to fundamental-frequency current. Operating mode, characteristics Alternating duty cycle Duty cycle and ratio Open circuit, earth-fault proof Short-circuit proof [c/h], [ED] S5 240 with 50% yes Acc. to DIN VDE 0160

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2.2.3.2 Type specification (Non-Regenerative type) Model CPIK Input data (mains side) Rated input current Peak input current for 10 sec Rated input power Rated input power for 10 sec Cable cross-sectional area Output data (motor side) Range of output voltage Rated output current Peak output current for 10 sec Rated output power Peak rated power for 10 sec Cable cross-sectional area Loss power per current Efficiency Mechanical data Dimensions W Dimensions H Dimensions D Minimum top/bottom clearance Fan power of device (free air flow) Weight DC choke (Regenerative type) Model (CPIK) Rated input current Peak input current for 10 sec Rated input power Rated input power for 10 sec Cable cross-sectional area Rated output voltage Range output voltage Rated output current Peak output current for 10 sec Rated output power Peak rated power for 10 sec Cable cross-sectional area Loss power per current Total Efficiency Dimensions W Dimensions H Dimensions D Minimum top/bottom clearance Fan power of device Weight EMI filter and AC choke unit [A] [A] [KVA] [KVA] 2 [mm ] [V] [V] [A] [A] [kVA] [kVA] 2 [mm ] [W/A] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 3 [m /h] [kg]

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unit [A] [A] [kVA] [kVA] 2 [mm ] [V] [A] [A] [kVA] [kVA] 2 [mm ] [W/A]

11M1 15 28 10 18 4

15M1 23 43 15 28 4

32M1 29 58 19 38 4

48M1 46 87 30 57 10

60M1 55 119 36 78 16

105M1 83 165 54 109 22

16 30 10 18 4 17.3

24 45 15 27 4 17.3

3 phase AC 0 ~ 350 32 48 60 60 90 120 19 29 36 36 55 73 6 10 16 16.2 16.5 13.6 0.97 344 523 243

90 180 55 109 22 13.7

[mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] 3 [m /h] [kg]

240 450 180 138 13

240 240 450 450 180 180 100/100 138 138 138 13 14 14 No built-in

240 450 180

344 523 243

276 276 40 42 Built-in

RM type 15 32 48 20 27 40 38 58 78 15 19 29 27 36 55 4 6 10 3-phase AC340 3-phase AC0~380 24 32 48 45 60 90 15 19 29 27 36 55 4 6 10 17.3 16.2 16.5 440 1400 250 276 440 1400 250 276 440 1400 250 414

25 21 53 14 30 4

33 28 70 18 40 6

18 40 14 30 4 34.6 440 140 250 276

24 53 18 40 6 32.4 0.94 440 440 140 1400 250 250 100/100 276 414 Built in

R type 50 100 150 40 81 121 106 186 279 24 48 72 59 117 176 10 25 38 3-phase AC440 3-phase AC0~480 35 70 105 77 154 231 24 48 72 59 117 176 10 16 30 42.8 42.8 42.8 600 1800 290 552 700 1900 350

300 180 630 125 370 38x2

180 450 140 375 30x2 42.8 1400 2200 600

CPI 300R: To use TKAW product

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2.2.3.3 External modules

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DC-link choke (for only CPIK 11M1, 15M1, 32M1 and 48M1) Item Inductance Rated current Model No. 3 phase line filter Item Rated current Model No. unit [A] 15M1 32M1 48M1 60M1 37 A3W4037-TD 50 A3W4050-TD 105M1 90 GT3AT-4100 unit [mH] [A] 15M1 2.2 23 HLD23A-2200 32M1 1.8 30 HLD30A-1800 48M1 1.4 40 HLD40A-1400

3 phase line choke Item Inductance Rated current Model No. unit [mH] [A] 15M1 3 x 1.2 24 ACL16A1200 32M1 3 x 0.43 34 ACL34A430 48M1 60M1 3 x 0.29 50 ACL50A290 105M1 3 x 0.15 90 HL-90A-150

Dynamic Braking Resister (Asynchronous/Synchronous) Item Recommend value Minimum value Power consumption unit [ ] [ ] [ kW] 11M1 50 / 28 28 2 / 3.6 15M1 33 / 28 28 3 / 3.6 32M1 25 / 20 20 4 / 5.4 48M1 16 / 14 14 6 / 7.2 60M1 12 / 10 5 8 / 10 105M1 10 / 8 5 10 / 12

2.2.3.4 Derating The permissible output current shall be reduced acc. to below charts for installation sites at height > 1000m NN or coolant temperature > 45C.

2.2.4 General instructions 2.2.4.1 Mains voltage Autotransformer on power input required if mains voltage and permissible mains voltage range differ (AC380V -15% ~ AC415V +10%). Too low mains voltage shall also be adapted due to fixed motor voltage.
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2.2.4.2 System configuration The frequency inverters are rated for TN, TT or IT systems (see VDE 0100 part 300, November 1985). 2.2.4.3 Mains connection The cables dont draw connection between frequency inverter and mains supply. (see VDE 0160, chapter 5.2.11.1: April 1998). 2.2.4.4 Isolation of frequency inverter Isolation of frequency inverters is only possible with power and control voltage inputs disconnected since the frequency inverters have separate control voltage inputs. 2.2.4.5 Leakage current It interfere suppression by Y capacitors between phase and protective earth conductor of frequency inverter and line filter. The arising leakage current is > 3.5 mA. Therefore cross-section of the protective earth conductor of supply cable shall be at least 10 mm Cu in accordance with VDE 0160, chapter 5.3.2.1: April 1998. 2.2.4.6 Fault current Fault current with zero-frequency quantity can arise in case of earth contact in frequency inverter. Therefore the leakage current of the Y capacitors make use of protective equipment against standard fault current (FI) (pulsating current sensitive) impossible. The operation manual shall inform that use of protective fault current equipment only does not fulfill the requirements of VDE 0160, chapter 5.2.11.2: April 1998. AC-DC sensitive fault current protection is recommended. Connection notes of manufacturer are to be observed. 2.2.4.7 Discharge time of DC link capacitors The recommended residual voltage of 60 V after 5 seconds as required acc. To VDE 0113, part 1, chapter 6.2.3: (June 1993) is not complied with. A warning to this effect is given on the frequency inverter. A quick forced discharge by manual short-circuiting is not permissible. 2.2.4.8 Electronic ground Electronic ground (electronic zero) is electrically connected with the protective earth conductor. 2.2.4.9 Run contactors The run contactors can be connected on the line side (before the frequency inverter) or on the motor side (after the frequency inverter). Contactors with 60 Hz AC coil excitation can be used if connected on line side. The shielded motor-cable can also be run to the frequency inverter in accordance with the EMC requirements and the shielded motor cable connected by suitable cable clips. Coils with DC coil excitation shall be used for motor side connection. This guarantees delayed release of contactors. The shielded motor cable can be run to the run contactor in accordance with the EMC requirements and the shielded motor cable connected by suitable cable clips. Short and twisted cabling of the motor lines running to 2 run contactor is recommended. The contactor coils should be provided with overvoltage protection elements (RC element or freewheeling diode). 2.2.4.10 Internal fan The internal fan for cooling the heat sink is turned on during every run. If the heat sink temperature exceeds a certain value, the fan will continue running until the heat sink is cooled down accordingly again.
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2.3 Interface 2.3.1 Connection diagram The connection diagram (see chapter 8.7 connection diagrams) shows an overview of all terminals required for the operation of the frequency inverter. 2.3.2 Frequency inverter Input and Output terminals (Non-Regenerative) Terminals of top side No. Symbol Contents X1.1 PE Input: PE for control voltage X1.2 0 Input: Control voltage, 1 phase AC 220V X1.3 220V X1.15 RD1 Output: CPIK Ready contact X1.16 RD2 X1.17 TM1 Input: Motor temperature X1.18 TM2 X1.09 DCL DC-link choke ( in case of CPIK 11M1, 15M1, 32M1 and 48M1) If there are no use this choke, must short X1.09 and X1.10 X1.10 DCL X1.11 X1.12 X1.13 X1.14 L1 L2 L3 PE Input: Main power, 3 phase, AC 380V, 50/60 Hz Input: PE for Main power

Terminals of lower side No. Symbol Contents X1.19 PE Output: PE for Dynamic Braking Resister X1.20 RA1 Output: IGBT collector terminal for Dynamic Braking Resister X1.21 RA2 Output: DC link P+ terminal for Dynamic Braking Resister X1.23 NOutput: DC link N- terminal X1.24 U X1.25 Output: Motor power V X1.26 W X1.27 PE Output: PE for motor power

2.3.2.1 Mains Line input of frequency inverter L1, L2, L3 without N on terminal strip X1, terminals 11, 12, 13 (PE at terminal 14) 2.3.2.2 Motor and Cables At terminal strip X1, motor output of inverter is terminals 24, 25 and 26 including 27 (PE). The motor must be connected via a four-core screened line. For reasons of electromagnetic compatibility, the screen must be connected to the mounting plate over a large surface in the control cabinet in the immediate vicinity of the inverter or run contactor (see chapter 2.2.4.9 run contactors). Cable clamps to be made provision for adequateness. The motor cable should not exceed a maximum length of 30 m and the cable should not be run in parallel to signal lines. 2.3.2.3 Dynamic braking resistor The device invariably accommodates a transistor for driving the braking resistor. The braking resistor must be always fitted on the outside (preferably on the control cabinet roof, also see 2.2.1 Warnings). Data for braking resistor refer to 2.2.3.3. Braking resistor to be connected to terminal strip X1, terminals 20 (RA1) and 21(RA2). (see chapter 2.3.2, terminals of lower side)
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2.3.2.4 Internal voltages Voltage to internal fan and the internal electronic voltage is supplied via the separate AC220 V control voltage connection at terminal strip X1, terminals 2 and 3. 2.3.2.5 Separately driven motor fan A separately driven fan on the motor must be switched directly from the lift control. 2.3.2.6 Motor PTC thermistor connection The PTC thermistor accommodated in the motor must be connected to terminal strip X1, terminals 17 and 18. The frequency inverter shall be shut off approximately 30 seconds after motor over temperature is reached or termination of current run. The CPIK ready message at terminal strip X 1, terminals 15 and 16 will be removed (relay contact open). A new run command can be given after the motor has cooled down (ready message present again). Connect terminals 17 and 18 with a wire jumper in the absence of a motor PTC thermistor. 2.3.3 Frequency inverter Input and Output terminals (Regenerative) Magnet Contactor and Connector in RMBK Board Contactor / Connector Q1 or MCCB Pin No. 2 4 6 2 4 6 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Symbol L1 L2 L3 U V W Coil1-1 Coil1-2 Coil2-1 Coil2-2 PE 0 220 220 nc 0 Th1.1 Th1.2 Th2.1 Th2.2 0V LU1 0V LU2 Contents Input: Main power, 3 phase, AC 380V, 50/60 Hz

K06.1

Output: Motor power

X515

Brake Coil

Input: PE for Control voltage Input: Control voltage Input: Power for K01, K01.1 (Safety line of TAC50K) Brake PTC Motor PTC Brake contactor Brake contactor

X512

X516

X514

In case of RM type and R type, refer to connection diagram in chapter 8 2.3.3.1 Mains Connect main input line of frequency inverter L1, L2, L3 without N on Q1 or MCCB, Connect PE on plate. 2.3.3.2 Motor and Cables Contact 2, 4 and 6 on magnet contactor K06.1is motor output of inverter
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The motor must be connected via a four-core screened line. For reasons of electromagnetic compatibility, the screen must be connected to the mounting plate over a large surface in the control cabinet in the immediate vicinity of the inverter or run contactor (see chapter 2.2.4.9 run contactors). Cable clamps to be made provision for adequateness. The motor cable should not exceed a maximum length of 30 m and the cable should not be run in parallel to signal lines. 2.3.4 Encoder connection and CAN communication 2.3.4.1 Encoder connection The incremental encoder for speed measurement is connected to plug X 907 of TMI2 board (9-pole subconnector / socket). The absolute encoder for speed measurement and magnet pole position is connected to plug X 917 of TMI2 board (15-pole D-sub-connector / socket). For reasons of electromagnetic compatibility, the screen is placed on the plug casing over a large surface both on the device side and on the encoder side. The maximum length of the encoder cable should not exceed 40 m. The pulse number of the encoder is 1024 or 4,096, 16,384 incremental type for asynchronous motor and 2,048 EnDat absolute type for Synchronous motor. Output signal of incremental encoder use line drive format Output signal of absolute encoder use line drive format Pin assignment of incremental encoder Signal Ua 1 inverted Ua 1 Ua 2 Ua 2 inverted Ua 0 Ua 0 inverted 0 Volt PE / shield + 5 Volt X 907, Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Pin assignment of absolute encoder Signal Ua 1(sinus) 0V(GND) Ua 2 (cosinus) 5V data shield clock Ua 1 inverse(sinus) Ua 1(sinus) Ua 2 inverse(cosinus) data inverse clock inverse X 917, Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 13 15

2.3.4.2 Encoder signals and CAN communication to control The encoder signals from the motor encoder are available at TMI2 board on plug X 906 (D-sub, 15-pole, pins) and can be used in the control (path or speed detection, for example). The CAN interface signals from the TCM control or TAC50K control are connected at TMI2 board on plug X 906 (D-sub, 15-pole, pins). They are isolated from the frequency inverter electronics by opto-couplers. Pin assignment: Signal X 906, Pin Signal X 906, Pin Ua 1 5 Ua 1 inverted 13 Ua 2 6 Ua 2 inverted 14 0 Volt 7 CAN-L 8 CAN-H 15 Not used All other pins 2.3.4.3 Using the CAN interface to connect the TCM (or TAC50K) control system The TCM (or TAC50K) interface is used for control command communication and for acknowledge signals between TCM (or TAC50K) and CPIK via CAN bus and for transmission of motor rotary encoder impulses from CPIK to TCM (or TAC50K). There is potential separation between TCM (or TAC50K) and CPIK.
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a) Connection with TCM control system Control commands start and travel direction signal upwards start and travel direction signal downwards run enabled From TCM speed reference value acceleration set point value load weighing signal switch on travel contactors To TCM brake open command start reference value Status signals travel contactor on acknowledgment From TCM brake released acknowledgment motor overtemperature To TCM RPM zero signal collective fault signal b) Connection with TAC50K control system Control commands from TAC50K (0x33) Word0 speed command value Word0 pre-torque reference value Status signals from TAC50K (0x33) Word1- Bit0 speed reference / pre-torque reference Word1- Bit1 the Inverter turns on current to the motor Word1- Bit10 enable for UPS operation Word1- Bit11 drive enable Word1- Bit13 MC1 contactor ON acknowledgment Word1- Bit15 brake released acknowledgment

UP DOWN FF Vsoll asoll QLMS ESP EBS STS QSP BR1 MUET N=0 SMR

Vsoll QLMS

0/ 1 RUN UPS DE QSP BR1

Control commands to TAC50K (0x01) Word1- Bit0 drive enable Word1- Bit3 when true, CPIK is unable Word1- Bit7 brake open command Word1- Bit8 Acknowledge Motor Contactor1 (Regen type only) Acknowledge Motor Contactor2 (Regen type only) Word1- Bit9 Temperature motor / break / line choke (Regen type only) Word1- Bit10 Acknowledge Break 1 (Regen type only) Word1- Bit11 Acknowledge Break 2 (Regen type only) Word1- Bit12

DE K1- FLT EBS RK1 RK2 Tmot BK1 BK2

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2.3.4.4 Switching sequence chart with TCM control

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2.3.4.5 Switching sequence chart with TAC50K control

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2.3.5 Interface to the lift control 2.3.5.1 Ready message

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A floating operating contact (make contact AC220V / 3 A) is available as inverter ready message on terminal strip X1, terminals 15 and 16. 2.3.5.2 Input and outputs Connect inputs and outputs via plug X 1 of TIC board. Place screen of associated cable over large surface on the control side. The input and output signals are electrically isolated from CPIK. The control voltage for the digital control commands from the lift control to CPIK is made available by the lift control. Control voltage from lift control for digital control commands, plug X1 / TIC 0V +24 V 1b, 10a 2b, 12a

A three-core cable can be connected as a link to the load-weighing device LMS 1at terminals 10a, 12a and together with 9b.

Digital control signals from lift control to CPIK, plug X1/TIC Start and run direction signal upwards Start and run direction signal downwards Rated speed Second operating speed Inspection operation speed Leveling speed Load-weighing signal from loadweighing device (LMS1, 1 ~10 kHz ) Main contactor ack. alternative to QSP Main contactor ack. alternative to QSP1 UP DOWN VN V2 VI Vo LMS QSP1 QSP Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input Optocoupler Input AC Input 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 24Vdc 50mA 180~250Vac 3b 4b 5b 6b 7b 8b 9b 10b 7a, 8a

Analog signal from lift control to CPIK, plug X1 / TIC Analog programmable input PROGANA -10V ~ +10V 11a

Output signals from CPIK to lift control, plug X1 / TIC Activation command for main contactors Activation command for brake Speed Programmable output Programmable output 1 ESP EBS V <= 0.3 PROGOUT PROGOUT 1 contact K4 contact K5 contact K1 contact K2 contact K3 250Vac / 5A 250Vac / 5A 24Vdc / 1A 24Vdc / 1A 250Vac / 5A 4a, 5a 1a, 2a 11b, 12b 13b, 14b 13a, 14a

If loads without spark quenching are connected to the make contacts of relays K1 K5, varistors will have to be connected as suppressor circuit, as well.

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2.3.5.3 Switching sequence chart

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Hatched areas - signals VN and V0 are allowed to be applied already in the period of the hatched areas.
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2.4 System perturbation, EMC 2.4.1 General To minimize system perturbation (radio interference or harmonics), the following additional external modules are available: Line filter and line chokes (see chapter 2.5.2 External modules) Inverters have to be connected with these additional external modules as shown in the onnection diagram. (See chapter 8.7 Connection diagram). 2.4.2 Mounting instructions The following measures will have to be taken for compliance with the relevant standards: Inverter, line filter and line choke must be mounted on zinc-plated mounting plate Contactors, line filter, line choke and frequency inverter must be arranged in the control cabinet according to the following mounting variants. Twisting or screening of cables between contactors, line choke, line filter and inverter input. These cables must be run separated from all other lines. If the contactors are arranged between frequency inverter and motor, short and drilled connections are to be used between inverter and contactors. Screening of motor lines (14) and PTC thermistor lines (12). Cable screens to be contacted with the zinc-plated mounting plate and the motor casing on both sides to a large surface and electrically conducting in the vicinity of the frequency inverter (use EMC compliant cable clips or screwed conduits). The distance between screened motor cable and all other cables or lines shall be at least 0.2 m. If the delivered incremental encoder is used the encoder cable is already properly screened (i.e. conductor and encoder box screen placed over a large surface). Please note in case other encoders are used. Use EMC compliant connection between housing of the brake resistor and zinc-plated mounting plate. This can readily be achieved by screwing the housing of the braking resistor to the inverter cabinet directly by means of a large-surface electrically conducting connection. In this case, a non-screened connecting cable can be used between inverter and brake resistor, the wires of this cable should be twisted however. Should direct cabinet mounting not be possible, the connection between brake resistor and frequency inverter must be in the form of a screened line whose screen must be contacted with the respective reference potential (housing of the brake resistor or zinc-plated mounting plate) on both sides, over a large surface and electrically conducting. The connecting line between lift control and frequency inverter should be screened. The line screen must be earthed on the control side over a large surface. The need for a screened line can be dispensed with, if short connections are used. The cables must be drilled in this case, however. The user is responsible for observing the EMC rules. Mounting instructions to be follow. 2.4.3 Line choke The due installation of the line choke (in connection with the integrated DC reactor) produces the following advantages for the drive: Approximation of the current to sinus-wave form Reduced harmonics of line current Limitation of commutation notches of line voltage to permissible values Limitation of starting of inrush current of subsequently connected line filter 2.4.4 Line filter Proper mounting of the line filters will reduce radio interference to a permissible extent. The Product family standard for elevators, escalators and passenger conveyors EN 12015 (emission) and EN 12016 (immunity) are complied with. 30A and 36A line filters with switches are provided for use of the frequency inverters in lines with residual-current operated devices (e.g. 30mA in building site main cabinet). The leakage current of the filter with switch turned to 0 can be reduced. If necessary. The switch shall be closed during normal operation (turned to 1), to be able to achieve optimal EMC effect.

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2.4.5 Installation of other cables Cables (e.g. for motor brake) not belonging to the inverter must be run separately from motor cable, PTC thermistor cable and encoder cable for reasons of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). It is also not permissible to run these cables through the motor terminal box.

2.5 Dimension sheet 2.5.1 Dimension of Non-Regenerative CPIK series

(Unit = mm) Model W W1 H H1 D 11M1 240 202 450 440 155 15M1 240 202 450 440 155 32M1 240 202 450 440 180 48M1 240 202 450 440 180 60M1 280 202 555 536 227 105M1 344 280 523 505 243

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2.5.2 External modules 2.5.2.1 DC choke

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Model HLD-23A2000 HLD-30A1800 HLD-40A1400 HLD-60A1200 HLD-90A600

Rated current [A] 23 30 40 60 90

Inductance [mH] 2.0 1.8 1.4 1.2 0.6

Dimension [mm] H 75 76 80 100 100 W 112.6 128.6 152.6 159 154 B 90.4 102.2 122.4 128.8 123.8 C 44.4 50.9 60.4 60.4 60.4 D 90 100 115 120 120

Support [mm] 25 25 25 25 20

Application CPIK 15M CPIK 32M CPIK 48M CPIK 60 CPIK 105

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2.5.2.2 Line filter (standard, not used IT lines)

ATTENUATION CHARACTERISTICS ( dB ) Freq.[MHz] 0.15 A3W4037-TD A3W4050-TD 45 45 COMMON MODE 0.45 60 60 1 60 60 5 30 30 10 20 20 30 15 15 0.15 55 55 NORMAL MODE 0.45 70 70 1 60 60 5 50 50 10 40 40 30 25 25 CPIK 15M1, 32M1 CPIK 48M1, 60M1 Application

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<Outline for GT3AT-4100-90 (CPIK 105)>

ATTENUATION CHARACTERISTICS ( dB ) Freq.[MHz] 0.15 GT3AT-4100-90 COMMON MODE 0.45 1 5 10 30 0.15 NORMAL MODE 0.45 1 5 10 30 CPIK 105M1 Application

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2.5.2.3 Line choke

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<Outline for CPIK 15M1 / 32M1 / 48M1 / 60M1> Current (A) ACL16A1200 ACL34A430 ACL50A290 16A 34A 50A Inductance (mH) 1.2 0.43 0.29 W 155 155 155 Dimension [mm] D B C H 92 92 92 125 125 125 65 65 65 165 165 165 E 7x20 7x20 7x20 Weight (Kg) 3.5 5.5 6.5 Application CPIK 15M1 32M1 48M1, 60M1

Current (A) HL-90A-150 90A

Inductance (mH) 0.15

Dimension [mm] W 185 D 100 D 125 B 155 C 70 H 200 E 7x20

Weight (Kg) 10

Application CPIK CPIK 105M1

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3.1 General Packing of frequency inverter: The frequency inverter will be delivered packed in a carton. Transport: Transport shall be subject to safety requirements. Mind the risk of damage! Do not put any heavy objects onto the packed unit. Protect the unit against shock load and dropping. Remove packing material after transport.

3.TRANSPORT AND STORAGE

Note the pictographs fastened on the packing or other conspicuous places:

Do not expose to heat

Do not use hand-held grippers

Fasten here

Dimensions and weight It is dimensions of frequency inverter CPIK (without packing between 22 and 40kg dependent on respective variant). Frequency inverter: dimension of frequency inverter packing: L 52 x W 35 x H 25 cm. Detailed data for the individual variants see chapter 2.5.1 Dimension of CPIK series

Examination by customer on receipt of goods Examine delivered parts and packing for completeness, damage or anything strange.

Report and document transport damages After receipt of goods make sure that there is no damage caused during transport. Do not carry out any repairs; we cannot be hold liable in case of damaged sealing foil !

Immediately document the damages noticed (drawing, photograph, description of damage). Immediately send the respective documents to ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd.

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Unpacking

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Dispose packing material in accordance with environmental requirements or make it available for further use. Do not return special transport aids and transport contrivances to ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Korea) Ltd.

Intermediate storage If the component is not installed directly after delivery carefully store it at a sheltered place and protect by humidity-proof guard cover. Do not store the component in the open air.

Environmental conditions Storage: the ambient temperature during storage is to be maintained between 0C to + 50C. Maximum relative humidity of air shall not exceed 70 % (no moisture or icing). Operation: the ambient temperature at the final site of installation shall not exceed 0 C to + 40 C and the relative humidity of air 65 %. (No moisture or icing).

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4.1 Safety instructions A) Qualified staff Work on frequency inverter CPIK shall only be performed by trained persons. These persons have to observe the relevant accident prevention rules (e.g. VBG 4) and they must be aware of the hazards inherent in electric current. B) Working on frequency inverter The following measures will have to be taken when work is performed on frequency inverters (except setting work on the control panel) or motor: Isolate from supply Save before restarting Verify isolation from supply C) Verification of isolation from supply Attention is drawn to the fact that electric energy may still be present in the device after power voltage is switched off (capacitor charge). This particularly applies to defective devices. Therefore, it is necessary to check for residual voltage prior to starting work on a frequency inverter. A suitable multi-function instrument (min. 800 VDC) can be used for testing the link voltage for residual voltage on terminal strip X1, terminals 20 (RA1) and 23(N-). Set measuring instrument to DC voltage range ! Work on the device open and with link voltage applied (approx. 700 VDC) to be performed only in exceptional cases and exercising the utmost care. It is important to be aware that the link voltage has a fixed potential reference to the line voltage and the protective conductor. 4.2 Operating instructions Frequency inverters incorporate components which involve electrostatic hazards. Prior to performing any service work (i.e. replacing of boards), the service personnel must get rid of static charges by touching an earthed metallic surface. Incorrect assignment of inverter to motor may cause damage to inverter or motor. Frequent cyclical turning on and off the inverter may result in overloading of the internal load resistors. This can be avoided by reasonable breaks. 4.3 Points to be observed prior to initial powering on Check wiring to inverter and motor (including incremental encoder) Check EMC-compliant earthing of cable screens Check all components for correct protective earthing (frequency inverter, motor, box and brake resistor) Check line voltage See to it that brake is in proper service condition and correctly adjusted Load car with 50 % load, if necessary (load compensation) 4.4 Checking the visual displays in the event of errors Should the drive not function properly, the following functions can be checked on light-emitting diodes on computer board TMI2 (See chapter 4.8.1 LED and measuring points on computer board TMI2): The following light-emitting diodes must light with the device ready to operate: H 40 (yellow) TI ..........Computer ok H 7 (red) +5V .........Supply voltage +5V present
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H 1 (red)

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BE ..........No error, Frequency inverter ready to operate

In addition during run: H 99 (red) IF ............ Pulse enable The light-emitting diodes can be identified from the computer mounting print of computer board TMI2. 4.5 Input of lift-specific values The lift-specific values must be entered based on the LCD display and the keypad on module PEP(see chapter 5. Parameter entry): Motor type P 40 Encoder pulse number P 96 Acceleration change (jerk) P 19 [m/s] Acceleration P 20 [m/s] Leveling speed V0 P 23 [m/s] Inspection speed Vi P 24 [m/s] Rated speed Vn P 25 [m/s] Intermediate speed V2 P 26 [m/s] 2. Intermediate speed Vn2 P 27 [m/s] Emergency operation V3 P 28 [m/s] Intermediate speed V4 P 29 [m/s] Intermediate speed V5 P 30 [m/s] Intermediate speed V6 P 31 [m/s] Intermediate speed V7 P 32 [m/s] 4.6 Testing the drive for correct functioning Specify inspection operation speed Vi in UP or DOWN direction. Drive must move in the corresponding direction at desired inspection operation speed. Should the drive move at proper speed but in the wrong direction, invert direction with parameter P 3 "control direction". If the drive is running irregularly or not at correct speed, invert control direction with parameter P 4 "control direction". If inspection operation speed cannot be reached despite the change of control direction, check whether the incremental encoder is plugged in correctly and/or the encoder pulse number is correct (see chapter 5.4.2 P 105: pulse number) The encoder pulse number is 1,024 or 4,096 or 16,384 pulses incremental encoder for Asynchronous motor and 2,048 pulse absolute encoder for Synchronous motor

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4.7 Drive optimization A) Speed controller Parameter P5 speed controller P gain 8 (default value 8) and P6 speed controller I gain) (default value 50 ms) are available for optimization of the actual-value running characteristic speed. For optimization, proceed step by step. Set I gain fully to 0, if required, and change P gain to such an extent that the drive will run without a tendency to oscillate. It must be noted that, dependent on the load direction involved, a lasting control deviation in the actual speed develops on the setting with I gain 0, i.e. the drive cannot accelerate in load direction under certain circumstances or it will even drive into the wrong direction. The P gain should have a safety clearance to the tendency to oscillate mentioned above (smaller by a factor of approx. 2). For normal operation, set an I gain unequal 0 again. Experience has shown that the specified default values (P = 8 and I = 50 ms) produce rather favorable running performance. A recorder can be connected to MP 42A or MP 43A board TMI2 for assessment of the running characteristic. MP 26 or the inverter housing is the common reference point. The measurement signals available at these display outputs area selected through parameter P10 or P11 (see chapter 5. Parameter entry). Example: The actual speed value with sign will be displayed at MP 42A with value "0" in P10. B) Run at rated speed For optimization of rated speed run, acceleration and acceleration change (jerk) can be changed with parameters P19 and P20. In so doing, see to it that a minimum jerk (see chapter 4.8.2 Diagram for determination of minimum jerk) must be set in line with the selected acceleration; if not, no range of constant acceleration will exist. It must be noted that the floor-to-floor distance is greater than the sum from acceleration and deceleration distance from rated speed (see diagram). (See chapter 4.8.3 Diagram for determination of min. permissible floor-to-floor distance). Rated speed will thus be reached whenever floor-to-floor runs are made. C) Short run A short run is present, if the floor-to-floor distance is less than the sum from acceleration and deceleration distance from rated speed, but greater than the deceleration distance from rated speed. Rated speed will not be reached in floor-to-floor runs. How to proceed for activation of short run see chapter 6. Short run device. D) Load specification Should the car depart after disengaging the brake, this can be reduced by entry of a starting torque. (See chapter 5.4.1 variable parameters P50 to P54). This starting torque can be entered optimally by using load-weighing device. In the absence of load-weighing device, starting can also be optimized for a specific load condition. E) Acceleration precontrol Should the drive tend to overshoot or undershoot, this can be optimized by activation of acceleration precontrol. (See chapter 5.1 General).
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Connector, measuring pin, jumper pin X90 X91 X92 X94 X96 X901 X902 X906 MP42 MP43 DCP interface R-type, main contactor contact R-type, temperature and brake R-type, main contactor and brake Aux, CAN interface +24V, GND output R-type, RMC(Regen) interface CAN interface / encoder output Analog output 1 Analog output 2 X907 X908 X910 X911 X912 X917 X934 X9100 JP6 Incremental encoder input RS-232C interface for R167 MCU PEP(Parameter Entry Panel) TIC board connection RS-232C interface for F240 DSP Absolute encoder input (Sin/Cosine) PDI xx board interface VK3 (parameter table) Software down load of F240

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Vdc(3.5V) = Transformation DC Link (700V), 200 :1 Connector name X702 X705 content TMI2 board interface RMBK board interface name X708 X734 LED status Condition No. H11- Y Control voltage ON H60- R H44- R H11- Y Control voltage and Main Power ON H60- R H44- R H43- R H11- Y Control voltage and Main Power Current ON H60- R H43- R H12- R H41- R +5V LS Program Run +5V LS HS Program Run +5V HS IF Ready name Program Run content Blinking, program runs ON, MPU power +5V OK Slow blinking, Main or Vdc under- voltage Fast blinking, Main or Vdc over- voltage Blinking, program runs ON, MPU power +5V OK OFF, Main power OK ON, Main contactor ON Blinking, program runs ON, MPU power +5V OK ON, Main contactor ON ON, Current control enable ON content PC and RS- 232C interface PDIR board interface

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5. PARAMETER ENTRY

5.1 General The program permits the parameters of a defined storage area to be changed. The permissible range of each parameter will be checked whenever an entry is made and limited accordingly. A distinction is made between variable parameters (e.g maximum speed, direction of rotation or control parameters) and display parameters for indicating various operating values (e.g. current speed, current reference value, etc.). The following display will appear on starting the CPIK frequency inverter: ThyssenKrupp Elevator System start Vxxx ThyssenKrupp Elevator CPIK 32 Vxxx This display of the program number version will appear for 15 seconds only. Program version number to be quoted for any inquiries made to the factory. If one of the keys is operated during these 15 seconds, the display of the version number will be discontinued immediately and the selected function will be performed. If you wait for 15 seconds, the first available parameter will be displayed. P 0 Reference value start delay 500 ms The turn-on duration of the display lighting is set to two hours after the key was pressed last. When a key is operated for the first time after turning off the lighting, the lighting will be turned on again, but this does not have any effect on the parameter function. 5.2 Operation Parameter entry permits the following functions: 5.2.1 Display and change of parameters

The parameter number with a short description of the selected parameter is in the first line, the current value with its physical unit in the second line. A cursor appears below the parameter number. The desired parameter number can now be selected with the keys + and -. By advancing the cursor with the cursor key, the selection can now proceed in steps of tens or hundreds. P 5 P gain 8.0 By operating the parameter key, the cursor will go to the numeric value and a change of the numeric value will be possible.
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P 5 P gain

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8.1 A stroke is below the least significant digit of the numeric value. This stroke marks that digit which will be changed by -1 by operating the + key or by -. This marking will be shifted to the left by one position whenever the cursor key is operated. This permits a quick change of the parameter throughout a wide range. If the + or - key is held depressed for longer than two seconds, the parameter value will be changed by +1 or 1 at intervals of 0.25 seconds. Some parameters, as e.g. P7 language, do not have a number as value, but a selection from a list. P 7 Language English Here, too, the entry can be changed by operating the + and - keys. The change of the parameter value will not become effective until the change is acknowledged by pressing the parameter key ! 5.2.2 Display parameters The display parameters show operating parameters such as momentary speed of motor. Selection of desired parameter as described in chapter 5.2.1 Display and change of parameters. P100 motor speed + 103.5 min-1 The displayed value actual speed in this case will be continually updated. 5.2.3 Save changed parameters to EPROM Without saving data like this, parameter changes will be lost after powering off the CPIK device! The following display will appear after pressing the save key: Values to be saved? (+) = Yes, (-) = No If the save key has been pressed inadvertently, the saving operation can be stopped by pressing the - key (No). All parameters will be saved to the EPROM by operating the + key (Yes). The following information will be displayed while saving is in progress: Data being saved Wait please Never cut off the control voltage while saving is in progress. If this happens, check all parameters and correct them, if required. 5.2.4 All parameters as factory-set This function permits the original values of all parameters to be restored at any time. Pressing the parameter key and simultaneously operating the save key will cause the following inquiry to appear on the display: Original values to be loaded ? (+) = Yes, (-) = No If the function was started inadvertently, the process can be discontinued by operating the - key (No). If the + (Yes) key is pressed, all parameters will be set to the factory-set values. Attention: These values preprogrammed at the factory are not yet saved, however. This means that the old values will be effective after powering the CPIK frequency inverter off and on again, unless saving (5.2.3 Save changed parameters to EPROM) was effected before. As soon as all parameters have assumed their original state, the following display will appear: ! Original values have! ! not yet been saved !

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5.2.5 Individual parameters as factory-set If a parameter is to be set to its factory-set value, the parameter will have to be displayed as described in chapter 5.2.1 Display and change of parameters. If keys + and - are pressed simultaneously after operating the parameter key (for changing its value), the factory-set values will be displayed. No other parameters will be changed. 5.3 Error stack Error messages are stored in the EPROM. The entries can be visualized on the display. 5.3.1 Display error stack For this purpose, key - will have to be pressed with parameter 0 during parameter selection (see chapter 5.2.1 Display and change of parameters). The error then displayed is that which occurred last. Number of error entries Error description or number 1/34 Control voltage on 283:45:30 24 Operating hours Additional information The old stack entries will be displayed by operating the - key repeatedly. New entries can be displayed again by pressing the + key. 5.3.2 Delete error stack Display of stack contents (see chapter Display error stack) and press save key. Acknowledge with + key in response to the display error stack to be deleted ?. The entry error stack deleted will then be displayed. 5.3.3 End error stack Parameter selection will be displayed again after the parameter key has been pressed. 5.4 Parameters Parameters are divided into: Variable parameters (see chapter 5.4.1 Variable parameters) which can alter the performance of the device. Display parameters (see chapter 5.4.2 Display parameters) for showing different operating states. The available parameters depend on the software version used. 5.4.1 Variable parameters P 0: Reference value start delay (Brake on delay time) tSTS The delay time between activation of the brake and enabling of the drive can be set in lifts without brake acknowledgement. The reference value will not be started until the brake is disengaged. Values between 50 and 5000 ms can be set. The typical value is between 300 ms and 800 ms. This value must be set to 5000 ms in lifts with brake acknowledgement. This means that the reference value start depends on the brake acknowledgement. P 1: Brake application time (brake off delay time) tBE Setting of the delay time between electrical disengagement of brake by EBS and mechanical application of the brake. After expiry of this period of time, electrical disconnection (controller disable) of the frequency inverter will follow. Values between 50 and 5000 ms can be set. P 2: Full scale motor rpm (TAC50K mode) This parameter is available for speed limitation. If this parameter set, the motor speed does not exceed this value.

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P 3: Direction of rotation The motors direction of rotation can be changed through this parameter. The parameter can be set to "not inverted" or inverted only. P 3 Direction of rotation not inverted A change of this parameter brings about an immediate change of the direction of rotation. P 4: Control direction a) Asynchronous motor : The fact that the polarities of reference speed and actual speed values are in a correct relation to each other is of importance to the speed controller. If this is not the case, the motor will rotate irregularly at low speed. The control direction can be reversed through parameter P 4. The parameter can be set to 'not inverted' or 'inverted' only. A change of this parameter has the same effect as a reversal of two phases of the motor line. b) Synchronous motor : This parameter is not available for synchronous motor. The motor connections U, V, W of synchronous motors must be connected exactly to prevent wrong assignment to encoder and magnet positions (poles). i.e. the control direction cannot be changed by interchanging two phases. P 5: Speed controller - P gain This is where the speed controller response can be set. (Setting values 0 ... 50 / default value 8). A change of parameter will become effective immediately. P 6: Speed controller - I gain Same as P5, but for the I component (setting values 0 ... 70 / default value 50 ms). The smallest effective value is 4 ms. If the I component is to be deactivated, 0 ms will have to be entered. P 7: Selection of language This is where the language can be selected. Language selection is in plain text. P 7 language English P 8: RS-485 mode This is where a TIC or TCM or TAC50K interface can be preset (default off). <0> : TCM (if there is no TIC board) or TIC (if there is TIC board) <5> : TAC50K P 10 ~ P 11: Analog outputs MP42A, 43A on board TMI2 Various analog system values can be measured at points MP42A and MP43A. Selection of system values to be effected through parameters P 10..P 11. P 10 MP42 analog output < 0> Act speed 2.5 + -2.5V where : 0 =Act speed 2.5+-2.5V 32 =Signal 'Referenz found' 1 =Act. speed +5V 33 =Speed-rev. in F240 2 =Rev speed 2.5+-2.5V 34 =Speed-act. in F240 3 =Rev speed +5V 35 =El. Position 4 =Torque current 36 =i_q_ref 5 =Flux current 37 =i_d_ref 6 =Feedforward current 38 =u_q_ref 7 =Output speedcontroler 39 =u_d_ref
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8 =+5V reference 40 =u_a_ref 9 =0V reference 41 =u_b_ref 10 =2.5V reference 42 =u_c_ref 11 =Short-run status 43 =i_a 12 =Heatsink temp. 44 =i_b 13 =Overtemperature motor 45 =i_c 14 =Signal 'n=0' 46 =i_alpha 15 =Signal 'Bereit' 47 =i_beta 16 =Signal 'Zk-Bereit' 48 =u_dc 17 =Signal 'controller enable' 49 =theta 18 =Encodercounter 50 =F240 Kanal 1 19 =Signal WU 51 =F240 Kanal 2 20 =Signal WO 52 =AnalogIn X1/11a 21 =Signal vn 53 =Start release 22 =Signal vjuf 54 =Start attain value 23 =Signal vi 55 =a_soll 24 =Signal v0 56 =Switching sequence index 25 =Signal QSP 57 =a_ref_CAN 26 =Signal ESP 58 =v_ref_CAN 27 =Signal EBS 59 =delta_v_ref_CAN 28 =Signal BR1 60 =delta_n_ref 29 =Signal SMR an TCI 30 =No function 31 =VRB The assignment of measuring point to parameter number is: Selection of system values to be effected through parameter P 10..P11. Number Output measuring point P10 MP42 P11 MP43

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P 13 ... P 17: Ratio Parameter P 13 to P 16 can be used for computing the ratio between motor speed and car speed. In so doing the maximum motor speed required for reaching the rated speed will be computed. These parameters have a direct effect on the rated speed computed (P 17) and therefore on the speed of the lift. P 13: Gear ratio When a geared drive is used, the ratio of the gear can be set here. The ratio of gearless drives is 1.0. The ratio of gears is often stated as a relation (e.g. 50:2). However, the entry into P13 must be in decimal notation (50:2 => 25.0). P 14: Traction-sheave diameter This parameter can be used for setting the traction-sheave diameter in mm. P 15: Suspension The number of suspensions has a direct effect on the ratio (see gear ratio). The ratio is always indicated as whole number. P 16: Run speed vmax The maximum run speed of the lift can be set here. Setting in m/s. P 17: Calculated maximum speed nrated
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The required maximum speed of the motor is automatically calculated from the values of parameters P 13 to P 16 and then displayed. P 18: Operating point for N=0 End of run will be reached, if the speed falls below the speed set here. Relay EBS will drop out (board TIC / X1 , terminals 1a and 2a). P 19: Acceleration change (jerk) P 20: Acceleration Set desired acceleration change (jerk) [m/s]. Set desired acceleration / deceleration in [m/s].

P 21: Acceleration precontrol ON / OFF Should the drive tend to overshoot or undershoot, the running performance can be improved by activating the acceleration precontrol. This particularly applies to gearless drives. P 22: Acceleration precontrol value For assessment of the correct setting of acceleration precontrol, the actual speed value ( P10 to 0) should be measured at measuring point 42A and the controller output (P 11 to 7) should be measured at point 43A. Setting instructions: P 21 = OFF (precontrol OFF), Controller output to be measured during a run with recorder

Calculation of necessary precontrol:

P 22 =

100% Ma 2V

(Ma measured in Volts)

Enter value in P22, P21 = ON (precontrol ON) Record further runs and adjust P 22 to such an extend that the speed controller output does no longer show an acceleration torque (Ma approx. 0):

P22 increase

P22 decrease

P22 change sign

If no recorder is available, these measurements can also be made with a digital voltmeter. Parameter for speed setting One of the five speeds is selected via inputs at connector X1 on TIC board TIC. When more than one speeds are selected at the same time, the order is as follows: Inspection speed Vi has priority, i.e. as soon as vi is selected, all other speeds will be ignored. Leveling speed V0 can always be selected and will not be effective until all the other speeds are inactive. After selecting a speed value, a nominal/actual value comparison will be carried out (tolerance band monitoring). Excessive variance causes emergency stop to be activated. Emergency stop at inspection speed Vi or emergency operation speed V3 is only be activated if the
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nominal value exceeds 130% of the respective actual value. Acceleration and jerk values are the same for all run characteristic sections (acceleration, deceleration, lower and upper rounding). The stopping distance from leveling speed and V0 to electrically activated stop (zero speed) is only dependent on value V0 and the set jerk of the run characteristics. This stopping distance cannot be parameterized separately. Example: V0 = 0.1 m/s, jerk = 0.8 m/s3 -> stopping distance : 35mm. Short run function only work at rated speed Vn. Normal leveling speed V0 is 0.1 m/s ; if value V0 is lower the leveling time will increase substantially. P 23: Speed V0 P 24: Speed Vi P 25: Speed Vn P 26: Speed V2 Leveling speed V0 [m/s]. Inspection operation speed Vi [m/s] Rated speed Vn [m/s] Intermediate speed V2 [m/s]

P 27: Second intermediate speed Vn2 Second intermediate speed Vn2 [m/s] (To be selected by controlling of Vn and V2 at the same time.) The value ranges of parameters P19, 20 and 23 to 27 are as follows: Setting range Standard P 19 P 20 P 23 P 24 P 25 P 26 P 27 Jerk Acceleration Leveling speed Inspection speed Rated speed Intermediate speed 2. intermediate speed V0 Vi Vn V2 Vn2 0.5 ~ 2.00 m/s 0.3 ~ 1.10 m/s 0.01 ~ 0.30 m/s 0.20 ~ 0.63 m/s 0.05 ~ 3.85 m/s 0.05 ~ 3.5 m/s 0.05 ~ 3.85 m/s 0.80 m/s 0.70 m/s 0.03 m/s 0.30 m/s 1.00 m/s 1.00 m/s 0.5 m/s

Further intermediated speeds are available from software versions TMI V15.3 or V5.5: P 28 : Speed V3 Speed for emergency operation V3 [m/s] Select parameter P48 or P49 emergency current to activate. Otherwise parameter P28 can nor be displayed. Corresponding +24V input signals X1.11a (for P48) or X1.9b to be present. P29 to P32 Select intermediated speed in parameter P48 or P49 to activate. Otherwise parameters P29 to P32 cannot be displayed. Corresponding +24V input signals X1.11a (for P48) or X1.9b to be present. When selecting Vi or V0 and another intermediated speed at the same time the following will apply: inspection speed Vi has priority, i.e. as soon as vi is selected, all other speeds will be ignored. Leveling speed V0 can always be selected and will not be effective until all the other speeds and inactive. P29 : Speed V4 (X1.5b = low and X1.6b = low) P30 : Speed V5 (X1.5b = high and X1.6b = low) P31 : Speed V6 (X1.5b = low and X1.6b = high) P32 : Speed V7 (X1.5b = high and X1.6b = high)

Intermediated speed V4 [m/s] Intermediated speed V5 [m/s] Intermediated speed V6 [m/s] Intermediated speed V7 [m/s]

The value ranges of parameter P28 to P32 are as follow: Setting range P28 Emergency operation speed V3 0.01 ~ 10.0 [m/s] P29 Intermediated speed V4 0.05 ~ 10.0 [m/s] P30 Intermediated speed V5 0.05 ~ 10.0 [m/s]
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P31 Intermediated speed P32 Intermediated speed Table 5.5 Value range V6 V7 0.05 ~ 10.0 [m/s] 0.05 ~ 10.0 [m/s]

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0.60 [m/s] 0.80 [m/s]

Input PROGIN or PROGANA Item Electrical stop Inspection speed Leveling speed Rated speed Intermediate speed 2 Intermediate speed Intermediate speed v4 Intermediate speed v5 Intermediate speed v6 Intermediate speed v7 Emergency operation V1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 V0 0 X 1 X X X X X X X X Vn 0 X 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 V2 0 X 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 Intermediate speed 0 X 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 Emergency operation X X X 0 X X X X X X 1

V1 V0 Vn V2 Vn2 V4 V5 V6 V7 V3

P24 P23 P25 P26 P27 P29 P30 P31 P32 P28

0 means off, 1 means active, X means irrelevant Table 5-6 Overview speed selection

P 37 : Operating point v < 0.3 Speed can be set within a range of 0.15 ~ 0.3 m/s. As soon as the speed falls below the set speed, the contact at terminals 11b and 12b on board TIC will be closed. The set operating point is provided with a hysteresis of 1% of Vn. P 38 : Short-run device Option of enabling / disabling the short-run device. P 39: Correction of short-run distance Description see chapter 6. Short-run device P 40: Selection of motor There is where the respective motor is selected. Motor type can be read from the motor rating plate. Select this motor here. P 44: Speed threshold PROGOUT V < 0.0 ~ Vrat to be set here. P 45: Output PROGOUT default <5> (V < P 44) P 46: Output PROGOUT1 default <6> (motor overtemperature) P 47: Output V < 0,3 default <4> (V < 0.3 m/s), The following signals can be output through P 45, P 46 and P 47 (If number with negative sign are selected the signals will be inverted.) <0> no control
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<1> ESP (run contactor control)l <2> EBS (brake control) <3> n=0 <4> V < 0.3 m/s <5> V < P44 <6> Motor overtemperature <7> Device overtemperature <8> Ready <9> Contactor check

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P 50: Load specification (OFF/ON) Switch load precontrol on/off. Reverse rotation of a car on disengagement of the brake can be reduced by entering a starting torque. This specification is made either with the help of a load-weighing device or it can be entered for a single specific load condition, if no load-weighing device is available. a) without load-weighing device If no load-weighing device is available, the load specification can be enabled/disabled with P 50 and a fixed value can be entered with P 54. This specification will then be optimal for one load state only. Observe that the values P51 and P52 must be unequal as internal computation is made by formula [(P 51 - P 52) x P 54]. P 51 = 0, P 52 = 45% (default value) is recommended. P 51: Current value / load weighing This is where the current loading state of the car is indicated in % of rated load. (Commonly approx. 45 % in the event of load compensation of car). This implies that the load-weighing device was correctly adjusted beforehand. P 52: Value / load compensation In the event of load compensation, the loading state must be entered here. It can be determined experimentally as follows: 1. Establish load compensation (car shall not start spinning with the brake disengaged) 2. Read current value from P 51 3. Enter value into P 52 or enter any empirical value, e. g. 45 % means that the counterweight is 45 % of rated load. P 53: Adopt load current During a run at constant speed with emergency electrical operation (e.g. empty UP or Down) the momentary load current will be displayed. The load specification will be computed internally from this current value by operating the + or - key during this run at constant speed. The value in P 54 will be overwritten. P 54: Load specification - gain The value (with sign) of gain calculated here will be specified through P 53. A fine adjustment, if necessary, can be made here. Improved starting performance for synchronous motors using load controller P 54: Control position controller gain (without load weighing) Sensor for signaling load weighing is no longer necessary, which improves the staring performance of synchronous gearless drive. Load weighing is electrical through the high resolution load signal from the sine/cosine encoder. A position controller replaces the existing precontrol signal from the load sensor. As soon as the pulses are enabled and the brake opened, the car is hold in its momentary position through the load controller.
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Intervention gain to be set through parameter P 55. The position controller is disabled at the running characteristic start to permit control to be effected by the speed controller. Preparation TMI2 board: EPROM version from V5.5b. FLASH program from F030701. P 0 = 280ms re-adjust reference value start delay P 50 = OFF switch off load weighing P 55 = 5 (start value) enable control of position controller gain Setting When starting from upper-most landing downwards with the car empty, P 55 will be set to a value reverse rotation. Small values to be selected, preferably. Check selected setting during performance in opposite run direction and readjust P 55 to avoid jerk. Values from P 55 = 0.1 to 25 to be selected. Note Retrofitting of existing installation is possible. The method above does not replace use of overload sensor. Occupied, abuse and no-load conditions cannot be recognized. P55: Position controller gain (only with synchronous machine with EnDat encoder) The precontrol signal supplied through load weigh device is replaced by a position controller computer. After entering pulse enable and release of brake, the car is retained in its momentary position through the position controller. With P55 the position controller gain can be adjusted. Thereby P50 must be switched OFF and P0 must be corrected to 280 ms P 60: Rated frequency motor P 61: Rated voltage motor P 62: Rated speed motor P 63: Rated current motor P 64: Motor cos(phi) P 65: Rotor time constant (Tr) computed P 66: No-load current (Id) computed P 67: Reference rotor time constant (Tr) P 68: Reference no-load current (Id) P 76: Actual motor voltage P 80: Auto tuning Auto-tuning is automatically to optimize of current controller. When choosing other motor in motor selection (P 40), four new parameters will be available (P 80 ~ P 83). These parameters permit to set the current controller for the unknown motor. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 P 80 to <1> Tuning start Activate drive by electrical recall operation P 80 shows (2) measurement Rs P 80 shows (3) measurement Ls P 80 shows (4) measurement ended Switch off electrical recall operation, P 80 is automatically reset to (0) normal operation. If measurement is successful. Connect brake, if necessary. P81: measured values displayed P82~P83: manual change of current controller values
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See name plate of motor See name plate of motor See name plate of motor See name plate of motor See name plate of motor To be computed from above values To be computed from above values Value of P 65 to be entered Value of P 66 to be entered Display of motor voltage

Display go to <2> measurement Rs Motor is energized. Brake shall not open (disconnect, if necessary) Switch off run time monitoring, if necessary Motor resistance is measured; measuring takes approx. 5 s. Afterwards automatically switching to (3). Inductivity is measured (approx. 2 sec). Afterwards automatically switching to (4).

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P 86: Adjusting encoder for Synch machine Necessary auxiliary devices: Parameter entry panel Synchronous motor should be tuned for the correct rotor initial position using absolute encoder (2048 EnDat) before the shipment. - Preparation Select correct motor type in parameter P40 Make sure 2048 EnDat is selected in parameter P96 Enter the number of pole-pair in parameter P97

- Determine correct rotor position It is no longer necessary to align the encoder manually. Align the rotor in pre-determined position then align by storing in encoder EEPROM. The data will be maintained even after disconnecting the supply voltage. If CPIK is connected, Ready LED will light on TMI2 board. P86: change operation mode motor, switch from <0> normal operation to <1> Rotor Alignment To confirm the change with key button P/W Ready LED goes out for some seconds, since DSP reset is carried out After Ready LED lights up again wait approx. 2 seconds until initiation starts start adjusting operation by FWD or RVS command Enable pulses (LED lights on right-lower side of CPIK Inverter) The rotor will be aligned with motor current rising Wait until rotor stands still Change P86: operation mode motor, switch from <1> Rotor Alignment to <2> Save Offset To confirm the change with key button P/W stop adjusting operation by FWD or RVS command P86: Operation mode motor will automatically be reset to <0> normal operation after a few seconds Ready LED goes out for some seconds, because DSP reset is be carried out. This indicates that the adjusting procedure is finished. Check the following entry into error event stack of CPIK: Rotor Position Stored Encoder

P 92: Discharge DC link Prior to start working on the frequency inverter or motor connection it is necessary to discharge the DC link for reasons of safety (see chapter 1.2 General safety information and chapter 2.2.1 Warnings)! The DC link voltage in Volt is displayed by this parameter. The external brake resistor is controlled cyclically and the DC link capacitor discharged by pressing the + or - key at the same time. Discharging can be speeded up by pressing the P/W key at the same time. Discharge of DC link is only possible with signal QSP = 0, i.e. the line contactor released and the brake resistor in perfect working condition. Power supply must be disconnected in case of installations, where the contactors are connected between motor and frequency inverter and not between mains and frequency inverter. However, the control voltage must be connected until DC link is discharged.

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P 96: Encoder pulse number This is where the encoder pulse number is selected. The pulse number of the encoder used can be read from the motor casing near the encoder. If unknown, the encoder pulse number can be determined as described in parameter P 105. P 97: Pole pair number If "third-party motor" is selected at P40 (motor selection) of synchronous motors, the pole pair number of the third-party motor synchronous machine must be entered here. P 98: Id reduced If "third-party motor" is selected at P40 (motor selection) of asynchronous motors, the Id reduced can adjust the field current of motor. P 160: Maximum current in % of i-overload Here you can set limit value for torque current. For example: In case of to use DTE140S009 Motor and CPIK 48M Inverter Rated motor capacity 16 kW Rated motor current 37 A- rms Permissible motor starting current 67 A- rms Maximum Inverter current 95 A- rms

Setting value[%] =

Permissibe motor starting current 1.1 100 % Maximum Inverter current 67 = 1.1 100 % = 77 .5[%] 95

P 205: P gain at start Set desired starting P gain P 206: I gain at start Set desired starting I gain P 900: PWM frequency Select PWM frequency one of 4 kHz, 8 kHz, 10 kHz, 16 kHz P 901: current limit in % of i_overload Set maximum current limit

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5.4.2 Display parameters These parameters cannot be changed. The values of these parameters are continuously re-calculated by the device and indicated. P 100: Motor speed Display of current motor speed in min (rpm) P 101: Actual speed Display of current speed in m/s The current actual speed of the lift is displayed in m/s. The display will be correct only, if the entries of parameters P 13, P 14 and P 15 are correct! P 102: Motor Frequency Display of motor frequency in Hz. P 103: Binary inputs for TIC card P 104: Binary outputs for TIC card All inputs and outputs of the plug will be displayed. This parameter will be displayed in binary. Every bit of this numerical value corresponds to an input signal at plug X1 of TlC board. P 103: Binary inputs P 104: Binary outputs signal Input binary signal output binary UP X1.3b B00000000 00000001 ESP X1.4a, 5a B00000000 00000001 DOWN X1.4b B00000000 00000010 EBS X1.1a, 2a B00000000 00000010 VN X1.5b B00000000 00000100 V < 0.3 X1.11b, 12b B00000000 00000100 V2 X1.6b B00000000 00001000 Prog X1.13b, 14b B00000000 00001000 V1 X1.7b B00000000 00010000 V0 X1.8b B00000000 00100000 QSP X1.7a, 8a B00000000 01000000 QSP1 X1.10b B00000000 01000000 Prog. X1.9b B00000000 10000000 P 105: Encoder pulse number This parameter permits the function of the pulse number of the incremental encoder to be checked. The content of incremental encoder is displayed continuously. Values between -32768 and 32767 may be encountered. The displayed value must change by the encoder pulse number per motor revolution. (i.e. change of display = encoder pulse number) P 106: Reference Speed P 107: Load current P 108: Load current P 109: Load current The momentary reference speed is displayed in m/s. The momentary load current is displayed in Ampere (Total current). The momentary load current is displayed in Ampere (Field current). The momentary load current is displayed in Ampere (Torque current).
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P 110: Switching sequence index The figures specified by this parameter correspond to the figures stated in the bottom line of the switching sequence diagram and they indicate the current switching state in the frequency inverter. P 111: sv calculated To perform a short run, the distance to be covered by the lift between start of deceleration at rated speed v n and reaching leveling speed (sv). The distance is computed from the data of parameters P19, P20, P23 and P25 and will be indicated in P111 for the purpose of checking. P 112: sv measured During a run in which Vrated is reached, the deceleration distance will be measured and displayed at the end
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of the run. The distance is measured from the moment signal Vn is removed until V0 is reached. P 113: Travel distance The distance covered during every run will be measured and displayed. The distance measured last will remain displayed until the next run is initiated. As the distance is measured on the motor shaft, rope slip on the traction sheave may result in deviations from the actual distance covered. P 115: Heatsink temperature The temperature of heatsink is displayed here in degree. P 116: DC link voltage The voltage of the DC link circuit is displayed here in Volts. P 117: PWM operating frequency The current operating frequency is indicated in kHz. P 118: Position of absolute encoder (only with synchronous machines EnDat format encoder) The display parameter P118 permits to adjust the encoder. 9999 is displayed as long as the absolute encoder position is unknown. As soon as position recognized is indicated, the pulse numbers will be displayed in quadruple resolution. 16384 ~ 0 ~ +16384 is displayed for half motor rotation. +16384 to 16384 is displayed for the next half motor rotation. 16384 ~ 0 ~ +16384 is displayed for the motor rotation following next. P 120: System Information The system information is displayed like as Version, CPIK model etc. P 122: CAN Input All inputs of the CAN form Controller will be displayed. This parameter will be displayed in binary. Where: Speed/ pre-torque B 0000 0000 0000 0001 RUN B 0000 0000 0000 0010 ARD B 0000 0100 0000 0000 Enable B 0000 1000 0000 0000 QSP B 0010 0000 0000 0000 BR1 B 1000 0000 0000 0000 P 123: CAN Output All outputs of the CAN will be displayed. This parameter will be displayed in binary. Where: Drive Enable B 0000 0000 0000 0001 Drive Fault B 0000 0000 0000 1000 EBS B 0000 0000 1000 0000 RK1 B 0000 0001 0000 0000 RK2 B 0000 0010 0000 0000 Temperature B 0000 0100 0000 0000 BK1 B 0000 1000 0000 0000 BK2 B 0001 0000 0000 0000 P 124: Speed reference Filter This parameter will be help to reduce vibration and noise.

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6.1 General A short run is present, if the floor-to-floor distance is shorter than the sum from acceleration and deceleration distance for rated speed. Rated speed is not reached during such a run. To arrive in the landing, the car will have to move at leveling speed over a longer period of time. The built-in short-run device recognizes this state and it extends the acceleration phase of the run automatically. The leveling time into the landing is thus the same as with run at rated speed, i.e. no creep or only short creep (operating delay or rope slip). The lift data must be set correctly, so that the short-run device will operate correctly. These are : P13 Gear ratio P14 Traction sheave diameter P15 Suspension P19 Jerk P20 Speed P23 Speed V0 P25 Speed VN The deceleration distance VN will be computed from these parameters and indicated in parameter P111. The deceleration distance will be measured for each normal run (VN is reached) and displayed in P112. However, this measured distance will not be considered in the short-run calculation. Short run with "sharper rounding". This is the case, if the deceleration point is reached during the top rounding of the acceleration phase. If deceleration with the set jerk is performed, the deceleration distance will be too large. The landing will be bypassed. To avoid this, the run will have a "sharper rounding" i.e., a greater jerk. 6.2 Settings P 38 : Short-run computer (ON/OFF) There is the option of enabling or disabling the function of short-run computation. Short-run computation only works if VN is switched to V0. P 39 : Correction of short-run distance In the event of switching delay times of the control or rope slip, it may become necessary to correct the leveling distance in a short run. If higher figures are entered, the creep distance to the landing will become longer, if lower values are entered, the creep distance will become shorter. Values from 40.0cm to +40.0cm are possible. The pattern of running characteristic can be checked at measuring points (MP42A or MP43A). For this purpose, parameter P10 or P11 must be set to value (11) running characteristic status. A diagram will appear at the respective measuring point and this permits the individual phases of the running characteristic to be seen following Figure.

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Where : MP42A/43A 2.50 V 3.15 V 3.45 V 3.75 V 4.10 V 1.90 V 1.55 V 1.25 V V = 0 m/s Rounded from constant speed to constant acceleration Constant acceleration Rounded from constant acceleration to constant speed Constant speed With sharper rounding to constant acceleration Constant acceleration extended by short-run device short-run device

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7.1 General Frequency inverter CPIK is also designed for use in modernization jobs at elevator installation with thirdparty motor (no ThyssenKrupp motor). Single speed or pole changing motors may be selected. A vector control is used here, too. Max. speed of 1.6 m/s is recommended. The necessary information about modernization jobs is given in the following description. 7.2 Modernization by encoder mounted on motor shaft The following applies: Operation of single-speed or pole-changing motors, frequency inverter and standard motors is possible. Motors should be of isolation class F; to reduce the wiring stress a frequency inverter output choke is used. Inertia is to be reduced to max. 1/3 of the original value. Devices CPIK 15, 32, 48, 60 and 105 are to be used only. The encoder on the motor shaft is to be mounted centrally and stiff against torsion. The encoder must send Line drive format signals with 5 V supply voltage (Connection assignment see chapter 2.3.4 Incremental encoder connection) Observe min. floor-to-floor distance (see chapter 4.8.3 Diagram for determination of min. permissible floorto-floor distances) (Area A or B). 7.2.1 Rating Standard values for rating: Rated motor current CPIK Line filter Line choke (Name plate) ~ 24 A CPIK 32 30 A 3 x 0.40 mH, 34 Aeff ~ 38 A CPIK 48 50 A 3 x 0.29 mH, 50 Aeff ~ 50 A CPIK 60 50 A 3 x 0.29 mH, 50 Aeff The braking resistor used depends on the type of installation.

Output choke 3 x 0.15 mH, 43 Aeff 3 x 0.12 mH, 60 Aeff 3 x 0.12 mH, 60 Aeff

7.2.2 Motor adaptation To adapt an unknown motor to the frequency inverter proceeds accordingly, by iteration for example. Start with the name plate data. In so doing please note that these data may be incomplete or unequal to the rated working point of the frequency inverter in case of old lift motors as the ratio of maximum current to rated current was limited to special values. This normally results in an excessive no-load current of the frequency inverter. Also see table at the end of this chapter. Release below parameters by selecting third-party motor in P 40. a) Automatic current controller optimization (auto-tuning P 80) to be effected. b) The values of P 65 (rotor time constant Tr) and P 66 (no-load current Id) are calculated from parameters P 60 (rated frequency of motor), P 61 (rated voltage of motor), P 62 (rated speed of motor), P 63 (rated current of motor) and P 64 (motor cos(phi)). As a rule, the values of P 65 are between 40 ms and 400 ms, and the values of P 66 between 6 A and 30 A (dependent on motor output). Parameter No. Setting range As delivered P 60 30 ~ 70 Hz 50 Hz P 61 300 ~ 500 V 360 V -1 -1 P 62 500 ~ 2000 min 1345 min P 63 10.0 ~ 42.5 A 17.5 A P 64 0.5 ~ 1.0 0.79 Setting for motor adaptation Note: Improved computation of rotor time constant (Tr) and no-load current (Id) is available from program version V 15.4. This means that the fine adjustment described below is not necessary in most cases. Rated motor frequency Rated motor voltage Rated motor speed Rated motor current Motor cos (phi) Fine adjustment (must do c, d, e) for Asynchronous motor c) Enter computed value of P 65 in P 67 and computed value of P 66 in P 68. An approximate value for motor adaptation will be determined. These are the values to be used by the controller. If negative values are used for P67 or P68, the computed values of P65 and P66 will continuously be adopted. These are default values.
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Parameter No. Setting range P 65 P 66 P 67 1 ~ 500 ms P 68 0.1 ~ 38.0 A Setting for motor adaptation

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Rotor time constant (Tr) calculated Field current (Id) calculated Ref. rotor time constant (Tr) Ref. no-load current (Id)

As delivered ms A -1 ms -0.1 A

d) These presetting permit an approximate basic setting of the motor. Load compensation is required to ensure that no-load current is present only (load current < 5% of max. current) if the lift runs at constant speed (electric recall operation, for example). Now initiate run at rated speed. A band error may arise during acceleration; disconnect the band monitoring, if necessary, or set slower acceleration value. Now observe the actual motor voltage in parameter P 76. This value should be between 270 and 300 V with the lift running at rated speed. Decrease motor voltage through P 68 (no-load current Id) (the arising motor voltage based on the no-load current from the name plate data is too high, normally). The motor voltage in P 76 should be approx. between 270 to 300 V both for UP and DOWN direction. Increase or decrease the rotor time constant (Tr) in P 67 if the torque required for acceleration phase is insufficient. This value can be changed step by step by 25 %. e) Now move the lift with empty car; This means that motor-driven run under no load shall be performed in DOWN direction and a brake test during run in UP direction. The motor voltage shall increase by the value of the motor slip with the lift running in DOWN direction, i.e. approx. 30 V to 50 V; decrease of the motor voltage shall be less in UP direction (approx. 10 V to 30 V). If this is not the case, change the value of the rotor time constant in P 67 step by step by 25% each. Perform setting when the motor runs at operating temperature (and not with extremely cold or hot motor). f) Check setting of speed controller once again. Set I-gain of controller to 0 ms and increase P-gain until the motor vibrates or hums. Now reduce P-gain to half value. Select I-gain approx. between 10 ms and 100 ms depending on overshooting of running characteristic. Pre-controlling of the speed controller through acceleration precontrol (P 21 und P 22) improves running performance. Check running performance with the car running at no-load, half load and full load. Use below table indicating standard data for values to be entered provided that : Data on the name plate of the motor are incomplete or The rated point indicated is not standard (indicated deliberately in case of single-speed, Pole-changing motors to comply with IA / Irated < 2.5). Rated speed Rotor time No-load current Motor type Cos (pi) [U/min] constant(Tr) (Id) Single speed, 0.75 ~ 0.85 1320 ~ 1400 40 ~ 150 ms 0.5 ~ 0.7 x Irat pole-changing motor Frequency inverter motor 0.85 ~ 0.90 1460 250 ~ 400 ms 0.4 x Irat Standard motor 0.8 1450 200 ~ 400 ms 0.5 x Irat Values to be entered 7.2.3 Settings for synchronous motors Parameter P62 (rated motor speed) and P97 (number of pole pairs) to be entered for synchronous motor. Current controller is easy to adapt to motor through P 80~83 (auto-tuning) 7.2.4 Setting into operation Continue in accordance with the instructions in chapter 4, 5 and 6.

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8.1 Declaration of Conformity

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The parameters available for the respective operating modes are marked with S for synchronous or A for asynchronous versions. Operating mode exists, i.e. parameters marked F, only valid if "third-party" motor is selected. The controller which can be supported in CPIK is only TAC50K, TCM and TIC but CPIK cannot support LS2, LS3 and DCP function. Para. No. Parameters present for operating modes Parallel CAN interface interface TAC50K P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P10 P11 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 P22 P23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P37 P38 P39 P40 Reference start deceleration Brake application time Full scale motor speed Direction of rotation Control direction P gain (speed controller) I gain (speed controller) Language selection Communication Analog output MP42A Analog output MP43A Gear ratio Traction sheave diameter Suspension Run speed V_max N rat. computed Operating point for N=0 speed Jerk Acceleration Acceleration pre-control Acceleration pre-control value Leveling speed V0 Inspection speed Vi Rated speed VN Intermediate speed V2 Intermediate speed VN2 Operating point V < 0.3m/ s Short-run device Correction short-run distance Motor type SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA A SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA A SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA A SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA TCM SA SA TIC SA SA 500ms 700ms S:100, A:1500rpm Inverted/ Not inverted Inverted/ Not inverted 10.0 20 ms English (0) (0) (0) 35.0 450 mm 1 1.00 m/ s 105.0 1/ min 10.0 1/ min 0.80 m/ s3 0.70 m/ s2 Off / On +100% 0.03m/ s 0.30m/ s 1.0m/ s 0.30m/ s 0.30m/ s 0.30m/ s Off / On 0.0 cm <0> DTE(DKE)

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Para. No. P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 P49 P50 P51 P53 P54 P55 P60 P61 P62 P63 P64 P65 P66 P67 P68 P76 P80 P81 P82 P83 P86 P92 P96 P97 P98 P124 P150 P160 P205 P206

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Parameters present for operating modes Parallel CAN interface interface TAC50K TCM TIC SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA S AF AF SAF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF SAF SAF SAF SAF S SA SA SAF AF SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA S AF AF SAF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF SAF SAF SAF SAF S SA SA SAF AF SA SA SA SA S AF AF SAF AF AF AF AF AF AF AF SAF SAF SAF SAF S SA SA SAF AF 0.0 V

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Speed threshold PROGOUT Output PROGOUT Output PROGOUT1 Output V < 0.3 [ m/ s] Input PROGANA Input PROGIN Load pre-setting Actual load measuring value Adopt load current Load specification gain Gain position controller Rated motor frequency Rated motor voltage Rated motor speed Rated motor current Motor cos (phi) Rotor time constant computed No-load current computed Reference rotor time constant Reference no-load current Actual motor voltage Auto- tuning Comp. values from auto- tuning Manual change current controller Manual change current controller Adjusting encoder DC link voltage Encoder pulse number motor pole pairs Id reduced Speed ref. avg. filter brake on/ off for test Max. current P gain (load compensation) I gain (load compensation)

V < 0.0 <5> V < P44 <6> motor overtemp. <4> V < 0.3 [ m/ s] <2> emergency 220V <1> load weighing FM Off / On + 0% 000.0A +65.0% +65.0% Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization Modernization

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8.3 Monitoring Parameter Para. No. P100 P101 P102 P103 P104 P105 P106 P107 P110 P111 P112 P113 P116 P117 P118 P120 P122 P123 Parameters present for operating modes Parallel CAN interface interface TAC50K Motor speed Actual speed Motor frequency Binary inputs Binary outputs Encoder pulse number Reference value Load current Switching sequence index SV computed SV measured Distance covered DC link voltage PWM operating frequency Absolute encoder position System information CAN- Inputs CAN- Outputs SA SA S SA SA SA SA SA S SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA TCM SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA S SA TIC SA SA

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8.4 Error description
LCD display Control voltage ON Watchdog error SMR to TCM (only with TCM control) No SMR present No power part recognized EEPROM error Over-temperature heat sink Over-temperature motor Error stack deleted Earth Fault Description Inverter switched on for the first time Time error in program sequence of C167 processor Collective fault message to TCM No collective fault message present Undefined value at AD-channel 14 and 15 1) Wrong EEPROM cross sum 2) Error in EPROM data set Module temperature over 90 C Motor PTC thermistor tripped Error stack was deleted 1) Motor current sum not zero 2) Time error in program sequence of F240 3) Encoder of synchronous machine is defective DC link voltage less than 410 V Actual motor current at error tripping Actual motor current at error tripping Actual motor current at error tripping 1) Perform isolation test at motor windings 2) Exchange TMI2 board 3) Exchange synchronous encoder 1) Check 3-phase power input 2) Compare DC link voltage displayed at PEP and measuring 3) Exchange device 1) Check chopper resistor 2) Compare DC link voltage displayed at PEP and measuring 3) Exchange device 1) see error over-current 2) Power module in CPIK device defective; exchange 3) see error DC link over-voltage 4) see error 15V under-voltage Does error occur in operating phase, driving with empty car up or fully loaded car down or in both case? Measure motor current: check offset load: car clamped in rails? 1) Sin/cos encoder (EnDat) not connected 2) Error message for defective components Actual motor speed at error tripping 128 = Power ON 16 = Illegal address Program does not work properly: EMC failures Event message output as error message annex. CPIK type is displayed = 0; EPROM <>0; EEPROM Actual motor current at error tripping Actual motor current at error tripping Number of errors Exchange TMI2 board, EEPRO Varying error causes Error deleted message Electronics does not recognized connected power part of inverter. Check ribbon cable X934 for correct fastening. Exchange complete device. Load default values; set installation dependent parameters; exchange TMI2 board, if unsuccessful. Check connections to sensor at heat sink 1) Check connections to sensor at motor 2) Measure using ohmmeter Extra info Causes, remedy or notes

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React R R R R H and DC link R H and DC link delayed CAN: R TIC: H and DC link delayed None 1) H 2) Reset F240

DC link under-voltage

H and DC link

DC link over-voltage

DC link voltage is greater than 760 V PDPINT tripped by following errors: 1) Over-current 2) Monitoring saturation voltage of power device 3) Over-voltage DC link 4) Supply voltage error Hardware suppressor overcurrent circuit recognized

H and DC link

Power Drive Protection (event message) PDPINT

H for 10sec after 5 x PDPINT DSP reset H and DC link DSP reset H DSP reset H DSP reset R

Overcurrent DSP timeout DSP current controller DSP reset (event message)

Time error in program sequence of F240 F240 stopped operation of current controller program F240 performed reset caused by 1) command given by C167 processor

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(software reset) 2) F240 automatically reset (program failure in F240) 15V undervoltage or DC link > 850V Vist unequal Vsoll 10% (not monitored for CPIK with CAN bus) CAN-error Encoder failure (with synchronous machines only) Flag set (with CPIK with CAN bus only) Chopper with pulses disabled Power supply error or DC link voltage error 4 = Software reset 2 = Watchdog 1) Measure supply voltage at TMI2 board; 15V, 5V, 24V 2) Check reference module MAX675CSA808 3) Chopper module, check braking resistor 4) Compare DC link voltage displayed at P116 and actual value using voltmeter Error output with CPIK devices not connected to CAN bus only

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Actual motor speed at error tripping Actual motor speed at error tripping = 0 (case a)) = 1 (case b))

H and DC link DSP reset

Monitoring reference-actual speed values, (hose error) a) Control does not respond to handshake telegram b) Control does not transmit reference value telegrams (CPIK with CAN only) Pulse encoder EnDat Marking initiated from TCM control through CAN telegram Degree of DC link voltage increase causes chopper connection

1) Check wiring of CAN bus connection 2) load "default values" in CPIK device 1) Check motor connection lines 2) Adjust pulse encoder (with hidden P86)

Flag No. from error stack of TCM control DC LINK voltage at error tripping Extra info important for software development only Extra info relevant for software development only Actual motor speed at error tripping Actual voltage tripping DC at LINK error

Flag from TCM control

DC link protection against temporary over-voltage; chopper disconnected again Loose contact, 5V reference voltage faulty, A/D conversion faulty. Check ribbon cable X934 for correct fastening. Device out of service until device size recognized during switching on, is recognized again. Perform reset: switching ON/OFF PWM frequency switched to 4kHz. Lower threshold for DC LINK undervoltage. Energy regeneration unit remains switched off. P106: check reference value, P101: check actual speed Short circuit DC link, charging resistor defective; power voltage missing?

R Error recognized in standstill phase only.

Device size changed

Changed coding resistance recognized with device ON Standby supply operation is activated. (No further entry in error stack when standby supply operation is ended.) 120% rated speed exceeded During DC link charge UDC LINK repeatedly not increased above 200V within 200 ms.

Standby supply operation active Overspeed DC LINK > 200V not reached Speed Monitor

Unintended movement a) Re-alien EnDat encoder a) EnDat encoder miss aliened Speed in RPM b) Check controller and brake b) moving without speed command Abbreviations in response part (resp.): CAN: CAN Bus operation TIC: Operation with TIC board R: Registration only H: Stop H and DC link: Stop and DC link off H and DC link delayed: Stop and DC link off at nearest stop or after 30 sec

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8.5 Extra information Power Drive Protection (PDPINT)

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The extra information displayed must be split up in binary. The meaning of each bit is defined individually. Example: extra info = 402 Decimal number 402 2^8 256 2^7 128 2^6 0 2^5 0 Conversion 2^4 16 2^3 0 2^2 0 2^1 2 2^0 0 110010010 Binary number

402-256-128-16-2=0. This means that bits 2^8, 2^7, 2^4, 2^1 are set. The software monitoring recognized over-voltage DC link and F240 properly responded that pulse enable is initiated". Furthermore it is clear that this happened with current controller and PWM active. PDPINT cause: Bit number Bit 2^0= Bit 2^1= Bit 2^2= Bit 2^3= 1 2 4 8 Binary code 00 0000 0001 00 0000 0010 00 0000 0100 00 0000 1000 00 0001 0000 00 0010 0000 00 0100 0000 Error description SC (from power module) F240 signals PDPINT Error with supply voltage (24V,-15V or +15V) Error with supply voltage +15V DC link over-voltage is recognizes by Software DC link over-voltage is recognizes by Hardware KS over-current (hardware recognition)

Bit 2^4= 16 Bit 2^5= 32 Bit 2^6= 64

Further information: Bit number Bit 2^7=128 Binary code 00 1000 0000 Error description PDPINT occurred with PWM Off (red LED H99 Off) It is available EPROM version under V17.x and V7.x PDPINT occurred with PWM On (red LED H99 On) It is available EPROM version over V18.x and V8.x PDPINT occurred with current controller ON F240 refuses PWM (LED H99 remains OFF despite pulse enable) It is available EPROM version over V18.x and V8.x

Bit 2^7=128 Bit 2^8=256 Bit 2^9=512

00 1000 0000 01 0000 0000 10 0000 0000

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8.6 Extra info for run contactor problems Regenerative devices have odd and the remaining devices even error numbers. - Prior to switching on, the contactor contacts are checked for sticking. No. 2 3 4 5 Input (connector) X91/2 (RK1) X91/2 (RK1) X91/3 (RK2) X91/3 (RK2) possible cause K06 does not go off K01 does not go off K06.1 does not go off K01.1 and K06 does not go off ---almost impossible! (and K06.1 as a result of K01.1) 6 7 RK1 and RK2 RK1 and RK2 K06.1 and K06 do not go off K01.1, K01, K06.1 and K06 do not go off

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Non-recurring error entry for error numbers 2...7; new disconnection attempts after 1s

- Relay K1 or K2 switched on, wait for acknowledge RK1: No. 10 11 14 15 6 7 RK2 RK2 RK1 and RK2 RK1 and RK2 Input (connector) possible cause K06 does not go on. Safety circuit (X517) interrupted? K01 does not go on. Safety circuit (X517) interrupted? K06.1 instead of K06 ON. K01.1 instead of K01 ON K06.1 and K06 ON; K06 expected only K01.1, K01, K06.1 and K06 ON; K06 expected only

Non-recurring stack entry for error numbers 10...17; Connection attempts through FOR(X94/3) and FUR(X94/4) after 1s.

-Relay K3 switched on, wait for acknowledge RK2: No. 20 21 22 23 RK1 RK1 Input (connector) possible cause K06 and K06.1 OFF. Safety circuit (X517) interrupted? K01 and K01.1 OFF. Safety circuit (X517) interrupted? K06 ON; K06 and K06.1 expected K01 ON, but K01.1 or K06.1 or K06 not ON.

Non-recurring stack entry for error numbers 20...23 and waiting until it works!

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8.8 How to use the Hyper-terminal CPIK series have two methods for parameter management a. management by Parameter Entry Panel b. management by Hyper terminal in computer This appendix explains how to manage the Parameter in CPIK using Hyper-terminal.

8.8.1 Installation of Hyper-terminal File name: htpe63.exe Set communication port RS-232C or USB port in box of Connect using Baud rate : 9600 Data bit :8 Parity bit : no Stop bit :1 Flow control : no 8.8.2 HELP menu and instructing character Press H, all available instructors will shows in HELP menu and press R, available parameter range shows.

8.8.3 Parameter changing and saving Typing parameter number and enter key, and typing the new value like as below picture. After the value changing finish, all parameter is saved by press the S.

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8.8.4 Showing Fault history Fault history shows by press F and number of Fault can store 200 items in Fault stack

Message of Control voltage on means registered at Power On.

8.8.5 Important notice All information in Hyper-terminal window can store as text file, this text file will use usefully as analysis of CPIKs status and to find cause of fault. Some parameter is hidden parameter in order to edit conveniently. To appear the hidden parameter, it must enter the password. Press shift and # key in the same time: ># Enter Password : > GEHEIM

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