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Authorization Date D1:

15-Nov-1996

Running on PCB:

GBA 26800 AH

Software Version:

GAA 30157 CAB

Document Revision :
Date
01-Mar-1996
22-Aug-1996
19-Nov-1996

Author
G. Priebe
G. Priebe
G. Priebe

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Table of contents
1 Starting up conditions................................................................................ 3
2 First Inspection run .................................................................................... 3
2.1 Setting of contract specified parameters ............................................................... 3
2.1.1 Contract parameters <M> <3> <1> <GO ON>................................................... 3
2.1.2 Speed profile parameters <M> <3> <2> <GO ON> ........................................... 4
2.1.3 LCB II parameters .............................................................................................. 5
2.2 Checking of OP signal .............................................................................................. 5
2.3 Checking of Run direction ....................................................................................... 5
2.4 Check of inspektion run ........................................................................................... 6

3 Adjustment of magnets and switches....................................................... 6


3.1 New Position reference system (PRS2) .................................................................. 6
3.2 Initiation of deceleration with IP signal................................................................... 7
3.3 Distance of deceleration........................................................................................... 8
3.3.1 Controller with LB or LCB................................................................................... 8
3.3.2 Relay controller with electronic selector ............................................................. 8

4 Final adjustment ......................................................................................... 9


4.1 Calibration ................................................................................................................. 9
4.1.1 Automatically Calibration.................................................................................... 9
4.1.2 Manually Adjustment of load compensation..................................................... 10
4.1.3 Manually adjustment of TDEC times................................................................ 11
4.2 Floor level adjustment ............................................................................................ 11
4.3 Hints to prevent drive overload shut downs ........................................................ 12
4.4 Store of parameters ................................................................................................ 12

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1 Starting up conditions
The starting up of the OVF10 drive can only be done by authorisized personal !!

Warning !
The opening of the inverter may be done after switching off of the main
switch and after a wait time of 3 minutes. You must measured the voltage value of the DC-link (terminal PO and NO). The voltage has to be under 60 Vdc before carrying out further works.
The mounting of hoistway and car as also the installation of machine room and hoistway
have to be finished, to ensure a safe inspection run.

All electrical connections have to be final installed and checked.


The motor cable has to be laied separatly from all other cables.
The guide rail have to be cleaned and lubricated.
Flywheel inertia have to be reduced as far as possible at the motor (at modernisation).

Warning!
No safety devices, hoistway or car door switches are subject to not jump out.
WORK SAFE, BE SAFE.

2 First Inspection run


2.1 Setting of contract specified parameters
Switch the unit to ERO-operations.
Switch on the main switch.
By setting of Contract (<M> <3> <1>) and Speed profile (<M> <3> <2>) parameters significant parameters will be set for starting and in order to conform the speed profil at the actual
hoistway situation.
2.1.1 Contract parameters <M> <3> <1> <GO ON>
NOM FREQ
CON SPE
DDP
RELAY CONTROLLER

MOTOR TYPE #

Nominal frequency of the motor , 500 = 50Hz, 600 = 60Hz


Contract specified speed (depends on mechanic), will be
evaluated automatically
DDP-time (calculated from given contract speed and max. floor
distance)
0 = standard MCS controller
1 = Contoller with hoistway switches* (mechanic deceleration
distance), with load compensation
2 = Relay Controller with electronic selector
3 = Controller with hoistway switches*, without load compensation, but U and D adjustable separately
4 = CMOS (only for engineering)
0 = standard elevator motor 4 - 8% slip

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1 = 13VTR NE
2 = spare (13VTR NE with Software GAA30157CAA)
3 = 140VAT NE
4 = spare (140VAT NE with Software GAA30157CAA)
5 = high slippage motor with > 8% of slip
distance between magnet switches LV1 and LV2
LV DISTANCE
Lenght of LV magnet
LV MAGNET
Number of TOP floor
TOP FLOOR
Floor distance between bottom floor and floor 1
FDIST 00-01**

FDIST 14-(TOP FLOOR)** Floor distance between floor 14 and top floor
# Is the slipage of the motor unknown, use motor type = 5.
* Floor counter blocked
** The accuracy of measured floor distances does not differ more then 10 mm
Following values are depending on motor type:
Motortype
0
1
2
3
4
5

Ustart
80
25
40
40
20
80

Uacc
1200
1100
1100
1100
1200
1200

Uend
80
60
80
60
85
80

Uload
100
80
100
80
95
100

Udec
12
12
12
12
12
12

Cre Spe
10
15
15
10
10
10

Note!
The calibration is set invalid (the calibration routine should carry out once more), if the
motor type or one of following parameters is changed:
NOM FREQ, CON SPE, MOTOR TYPE, NOM SPE, CRE SPE, ACC, DEC,
Ustart, Uacc, Uend, Uload, Udec.
Calculation of the parameter CON SPE:
sheave diameter x 50 Hz * x
CON SPE =
roping x pairs of poles x gear ratio
2.1.2 Speed profile parameters <M> <3> <2> <GO ON>
INS SPE
NOM SPE
CRE SPE
ACC *

Speed for inspection run, e.g. 20 = 0,2 m/s


Speed for nominal speed, e.g. 100 = 1,0 m/s
Creep speed, e.g. 10 = 0,1m/s
Rate of acceleration, e.g. 50 = 0,5 m/s2

* Nominal frequency
of the motor (50 Hz
or 60 Hz)

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DEC *

Part:

Rate of deceleration, e.g. 50 = 0,5 m/s2

* With entering of contract speed (CON


(ACC or DEC) will set automatically:
CON SPE = 0,64 up to 1,20 m/s
CON SPE = 0,41 up to 0,63 m/s
CON SPE 0,40

SPE) the values for acceleration or deceleration

ACC/DEC = 0,5 m/s


ACC/DEC = 0,3 m/s
ACC/DEC = 0,2 m/s

2.1.3 LCB II parameters


By using of a MCS220(M) controller take care that following parameters are set in the
Setup menu of the LCB II:
1.)

Drive parameter :

OVF10

= 18

2.)

Pos. Reference parameter

: LV-MOD = 0
DZ-TYP = 0
DZ-DLY = 0

2.2 Checking of OP signal


The unit is still in ERO operation.
Check the power supplies according to the diagram.
After switch on the readiness of the inverter can be checked via Service Tool. On the
SVT-display (<M> <1> <1>) the status WT_F_SF IDLE is shown.
If not and their is shown immediately an error (Shut down) then you can try to set the contract and speed profil parameters (<M> <3> <1> or <M> <3> <2>) to start the inverter.The
setup menus are hidden. To enable these submenus use the key sequence (<M>
<Shift><7> <ENTER>). In case after this will not shown WT_F_SF you can find out the reason for the Shut down in the error logging (<M> <2> <2> <1>). Otherwise the inverter have
to be change. If the display stays dark you must check wether the power supply for the
drive control board (DCB) is guaranteed [P6 PIN 7 (L1), 220Vac against PE].
The output signals should be have following status:
active (high) : OP
inactive (low): all other signals
Through switch off and switch on of the main switch or set back of the error logging
(<Shift> <5>) the blocking can break.

2.3 Checking of Run direction


After setting of contract and speed profil parameters the run direction of the car has to be
checked with the ERO-box.
For INS- or ERO- operation the input signals U or D have to be active and T have to be
inactive.
By pushing of UP- and DOWN-button of the ERO-box the motor have to be set in movement and with checking of the run direction. If the run direction doesnt correspond with the
pushed direction keys two phases of the motor cable have to be changed.

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2.4 Check of inspektion run


It has to be checked that inspection run stops in the terminal landings. At MCS220(M) controller the inspection speed has to decrease to creepspeed at reaching of 1LS or 2LS
switches and has to stop in the door zone of terminal landing.
At all other controllers the inspection run has to stop at reaching of 5LS or 6LS switches.
Check the input signals LV1 and LV2 simulteanously during overrun of LV magnet, also that
they come in the correct sequence!
If the creep speed set higher then 20 (0,2 m/s) during adjusting, you have to respect that
this parameter (INS SPE) set to the default value again before leaving the unit.

3 Adjustment of magnets and switches


General the magnets have to be mounted with a tolerance of 10mm related to the floor
accuracy before calibration!

3.1 New Position reference system (PRS2)


Requirements: Floating tape and sensor head have to mounted according instructions and
the magnets are to be located at the same level in each landing (to related
to the hoistway door sill)
Lenght of magnet: - 150 mm (1LV, 2LV)
- as stop distance (1LS, 2LS)

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Tape

Part:

SAC

LV1/LV2/DZI
Floor level

2LS
SAC

Sensor unit
12 mm

DZI
2LS

SAC

only for
REM

LV1

150mm

30mm

Floor level
LV2

LV1/LV2/DZI
1LS
SAC
LV1/LV2/DZI

lacquered
Floor level

Southern magnet
non laquered

1LS

Northern magnet

3.2 Initiation of deceleration with IP signal


The deceleration is activated with IP signal on all microprocessor controls (NE/MS300,
MCS310, MCS220), i.e. that the IP signal is generated after leaving of the door zone by
OVF10 and the T signal will inactivated (low) by control, when the car should stop at the
next floor.
The real time point to initiate the deceleration is adjusting with help of the vaneparameters
separate for floor to floor runs and for multifloor runs.

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Multifloor speed

Floor to Floor speed

ts

DZ
50ms

IP
250ms

The selection of the requiered profil (floor


to floor run or multifloor run) is made by
the falling edge of the T-input, which appears before the point of time ts

3.3 Distance of deceleration


3.3.1 Controller with LB or LCB
For activation of deceleration in terminal landings at NE/MS300-, MCS310- and
MCS220(M)- controllers following deceleration distances are have to be kept.
Take care, that the lenght of LS magnet is large enought to do not leave the magnet up to
limit switch 7 or 8LS (LS signal has to be activ).
With help of these values you can place the limit switches 1/2LS.
Rate of acc / dec
[m/s2]
0,2
0,2
0,3
0,3
0,5
0,5
0,5

Nominal speed
[m/s]
0,25
0,4
0,5
0,63
0,8
1,0
1,2

Distance of deceleration
[mm]
550
800
1000
1200
1400
1800
2200

3.3.2 Relay controller with electronic selector


In order to activate a floor to floor run with reduced speed (falling T-signal during
acceleration) in terminal landings at relay controller with electronic selector (FAA 21400 A)
the deceleration distances have to be adjust in this way, that the magnets for 1LS or 2LS
switches are beginning 20 mm up to 100 mm behind the last doorzone before top or bottom
landing.

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4 Final adjustment
4.1 Calibration
The calibration is necessary to realize an Open loop-operation without encoder independs
on loadsituation as far as possible. Add to this the pretended creep speed will increased or
decreased depends on evaluated load (load compensation).
Before calibration:
- the guidelines have to be cleaned and lubricated,
- the balance of the elevator has to be checked before calibration, it has to be ad
justed to 45% up to 50%,
- the floor distances have to be determined exactly and according entered.
The calibration has to carried out with empty car.
Note:
Were all parameters set to Default values before calibration, than you have to mind the parameter TOP POSITION has to be adjusted to the actual value. Although it is possible that
OVF10 has non position. Then the car has to run to bottom floor, to find the actual position.
At MCS220 (LCB II) the release of normal runs have to be due to SVT menu DCS-Run
(<M> <1> <3> <5> <0>) before realization of calibration! Commands can also given to TOP
or BOT position by CCTL/BL switch on LCB II during calibration.
The calibration will performed in 2 steps:
1.) Calibration of frequence compensation (control parameter) for exact creep speed under each load situations together with the adjustment of TDEC times of multifloor
runs (TDEC mul U, TDEC mul D parameters) for the distance to top and bottom landing. These times are subsequently copied for all other (middle) floor distances.
2.) Adjustment of TDEC times of floor to floor runs (TDEC ftf U, TDEC ftf D parameters)
for all floor distances.
4.1.1 Automatically Calibration
Switch back to normal.
After a correction run the car stands in the bottom landing.
In the SVT main menu (<M> = Module) the submenu Calib = 4 has to choose.
After twice press of <GO ON>-button, enter of commands will be expected.
Important:

Add to this run has to carry out over several floors (Multifloor runs)
(suitable commands are CCBL and CCTL, if existing).

After minimum 3 runs in each direction and deviation of determined creep speed of maximum 2% against nominal creep speed the message Calibration OK ! Press GoOn to
start TDEC ftf Calibration will indicates on SVT display.
The calibration and the adjustment of TDEC times for mulifloor runs (TDEC mul) is finished
with it.

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By entering of <MODULE> only the Control-Parameter (Load compensation) are stored. t.


By entering of <GO ON> the learned TDEC mul times are copied at the first calibration
(after Set Default).
Caused by about equal values of currents at constant run in up and down direction, the
error message ERROR_delta_Idc will indicates and the calibration routine will break. The
currents have to be different more then 10% (related to nom. current). Otherwise DRV:
Failed Cal will indicated as error message.
This has to be garanteed by qualified actions (counterwight)!
You can check the currents Icon [%] in the submenu Datalog (<M> <2> <6> <GO ON>).
For adjustment of TDEC times of floor to floor runs (TDEC ftf) go further with <GO ON>.
Now the entering of commands will be expected. 3 runs between TOP and BUTTOM have
to carry out respective in up and down direction.
Note:
Was already calibrate to zero after 1 or 2 runs in the same direction (indication tune max
ftf = 0),the cabin runs in this direction to the terminal landing without stops!
In case of a miss calibration the routine will break after 10 runs with determinded values at
last, unless these values carry to a worse result as the default adjustment. A worse result
do not change the default adjustment.
On the end of calibration (after display of Calibration OK !) exit with MODULE.
Then check the creep times at multifloor runs for all middle floor distances (see 4.1.3) to
keep these times.
Important: General you can leave the calibration routine with entering of module <M>.
With it no new adjusted values are accepted.
4.1.2
Manually Adjustment of load compensation
Are there any problems during the automatically calibration ( e.g. standstill during creep
run) you can fall back on manually adjustment of load compensation. By it the compensation parameters have to be entered directly (<M> <3> <5> <1>).
Name of control parameter
Icon U
[%In]
Icon D
[%In]
Fc U
[.01%fn]
Fc D
[.01%fn]
You have to carry out several multiple floor runs (at best through the whole hoistway) in
direction up and down. The values Icon U and Icon D of the last run are indicated on SVTdisplay (above right) depends on direction. This value can use for the concerned parameter. A possibly stand still during the creep run is unimportant for determination of Icon - values and you take no notice of that.
For determination of the concerned values of frequency compensation in direction up and
down Fc U and Fc D the reaching of end landing is necessary (no stand still). Stay the car
stand still the value of frequency for concerned direction of run has to be increase.

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After end of run the line in the DataLog menu Vcr Fcmp Ico Tcr has to be check (<M>
<2> <6> <GO ON> <GO ON> <GO ON>. The values of compensation Fc U and Fc D have
to be adapt in this way that a value for Vcr [mm/s] of 100 (at CRE SPE = 10 cm/s) is
reached approximately.
Is the elevator too fast in direction up (Vcr > 100) you have to be pretend negative values of
Fc U. Negative values can consider for Icon U and Fc U by pressing of <shift> <0>.
The negative sign appear in the display after entering of the first value.
For manually adjustment of load compensation with fully car (load = 100%) you have to be
use Icon D and Fc D for direction up and Icon U and Fc U for direction down for this reason
the load propotions are changed.
4.1.3 Manually adjustment of TDEC times
After automatically adjustment of TDEC times of several floor distances, you can check in
the SVT menu DataLog (<M> <2> <6>) whether the calculated values lead to optimumly
creep times.
In the setup menu vane (<M> <3> <3> <2>) you can adjust the values of TDEC times
therefore, that the value of correction (indicated on the SVT display right above) is between
0 and 3 (positiv value) in each case.
The value which is internal evaluated after a run (rihgt above) is done the pretended (OLD)
value, i.e. a positiv value is added and a negativ value is subtracted.
Nominal creep time at 250mm length of magnet: about 2s
Nominal creep time at150mm length of magnet: about 1,5s
Tdec mul 02 U
111
OLD: 222 NEW: 333

111: value internal evalueted after a run [10ms]


222: old, pretended value
333: new, entered value
(sum i.e. difference from 111 and 222)

4.2 Floor level adjustment


The exact floor level in up and down direction in each landing has to adjust by running that
way from both directions. The determined difference has to correct with the help of parameter LV DLY UP (up direction) and LV DLY DOWN (down direction).
If the elevator stops before floor level the corresponding parameter has to increase by the
determined value of the difference in [mm].
If the elevator stops after floor level the value of the parameter has to reduce.
The maximum deviation of default value should not exceed 15 mm.
For example: door zone (LV) magnet = 150 mm (default delay = 60 mm)

value after delay correction = 45 mm / 75 mm (min. / max.)


That means, the better positioning of LV magnet the smaller deviation of default value.
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If the leveling accuracy sometimes is not correct although the calibration routine was carried out and the TDEC times were adjusted, check if the Voltage boost was occured (see
Error logging). This boost occures depending on the calculated DDP time. To prevent this
occurence set the DDP time of a higher value.

4.3 Hints to prevent drive overload shut downs


In case of overload messages in the error logging (<M> <2> <2> <1>) do the following
checks:
1.) INV: Overload :
This is a warning only. The software reduces the speed profil
automatically. After the overload run check in the Datalogging
(<M> <2> <6> <GO ON>) the overload counter Ocnt [10 ms]. Only
if this number is close to 50 (500 ms) change the U/f- parameter
(<M> <3> <5> <2>) Ustart and Uload depending on motor type or
reduce Uacc.
2.) DRV: OverLd>0.5s : This is a fatal error followed by drive shut down. Change acceleration. Change the U/f- parameter Ustart and Uload depending on
motor type or reduce Uacc.
3.) DRV: Jerkin OVL : This is a warning which is related in most cases to a wrong Ustart
value. Change Ustart.

4.4 Store of parameters


With help of the function STORE (<M> <3> <7>) the complete parameter set can store.
After this it is possible to change any parameters. If the changes not lead to better travel
comfort, you can load the stored parameter set. All of changes are canceled.
Notice!
At modernisation of 1 or 2 speed units you should attend to the adjustment of the brake
because it is used only to hold the car.
Attention !
At end the adjusted parameters will noted and deposit in machine room, to have it
available in case of requirement.