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ZXK-6000-S- A

FUSIONTM V2.5
User Manual

NKET Technical Publications


Software Revisions:
Main Processor: P9.0
Second Processor: S2.1
Drive: L4C

MANUAL NO.
Q00000036_EN_00_A.1
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS...........................................................................................................................................I

PREFACE ............................................................................................................................................................1
SAFETY AND OTHER SYMBOL MEANINGS ..........................................................................................................1

SHIPPING CONFIRMATION .................................................................................................................................3


1 PRODUCT INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................................5
1.1. PRODUCT INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................ 5
1.2. CONTROL CAPABILITIES ........................................................................................................................... 5
1.3. PRODUCT FUNCTION .................................................................................................................................... 5
Standard Functions ............................................................................................................................. 6
Optional Features ............................................................................................................................... 11
2. PRODUCTS SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................................................ 13
2.1. FUSION INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION......................................................................... 13
2.2. FUSION POWER CONFIGURATION........................................................................................................... 14
ZXK-6000S-A Apperance&Dimensions .................................................................................. 15


3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................................................. 17

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3.1. SIMPLE CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................................... 17
3.2. DUPLEX CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................................... 19
3.3. GROUP CONTROL CONFIGURATION ......................................................................................................... 19
3.4. SUPPORTING CIRCUIT BOARD INSTALL INFORMATION...................................................................... 20
3.5. ENCODER CONNECTION .............................................................................................................................. 23
Asynchronous Motor Encoder (J20 on side of unit) ........................................................................... 23
Synchronous Motor Encoder (on side of unit) ...................................................................................... 23
3.6. EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL DEVICE CONFIGURATION ............................................................................... 24
4. WIRING AND INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................. 25
4.1. WIRINGS ....................................................................................................................................................... 25
4.2. INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................. 25
Fusion Environmental Specifications ..................................................................................... 25
4.3. FUSION INSTALLATION IN AN ENCLOSURE ........................................................................................... 27
Notes of wiring .................................................................................................................................... 31
CAN, General Wiring.......................................................................................................................... 31
Precheck..................................................................................................................................................... 31
Fusion Parts............................................................................................................................................... 32
ZXK-6000S-A Control Circuit Power Terminal Description........................................................... 33
Fusion Main Circuit Wiring Description.................................................................................. 33
Low Voltage Input Descriptions........................................................................................................... 34
High Voltage Signal Input Descriptions (J16).................................................................................. 35
Relay Output Terminal Descriptions ................................................................................................... 35
Power Supply Input Terminal Descriptions ...................................................................................... 35
CAN Communication Terminal (J11).................................................................................................. 35
Control circuit input Form ...................................................................................................................... 36
Switching Input Schematic ................................................................................................................... 36
High Voltage Input Schematic.............................................................................................................. 36
Switching Output ..................................................................................................................................... 36
Switching Output Schematic................................................................................................................. 36
K-CT1000 Cartop Board ......................................................................................................................... 37
K-CT1000 Low Voltage Terminals ....................................................................................................... 37
K-CC1000 Car Call Board........................................................................................................................ 40

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K-CC1000 Low Voltage Input Terminals ........................................................................................... 40


K-CI1000 Car Call Expansion Board Terminals................................................................................ 41
K-CI1000 Car Call Expansion Board Description ............................................................................. 42
Terminal resistor setting ........................................................................................................................ 43
Duplex configuration CAN Terminal Resistor Setting..................................................................... 44
Group Control CAN Terminal Resistor Setting.................................................................................. 44
Notes of Grounding.................................................................................................................................. 45
5. FUSION OPERATOR DESCRIPTION...................................................................................................................... 47
5.1. FUSION OPERATOR .................................................................................................................................. 47
Operator Layout .................................................................................................................................. 47
Operator LED Status Indicators ................................................................................................. 48
LED Character Status Displays ................................................................................................... 49
Parameter Menu Navigation ........................................................................................................ 50
5.2. PC OPERATION SOFTWARE ....................................................................................................................... 52
PC Interface ........................................................................................................................................... 52
PC Interface Functionality ............................................................................................................. 52
5.3. CONTROLLER INDICATORS DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 53
ZXK-6000S-A Indicators Description ..................................................................................... 53
Cartop controller K-CT1000 Indicators Description ...................................................... 54
Car registration K-CC1000 Indicators Description ......................................................... 55
6. ELEVATORLOGIC AND PARAMETERS .................................................................................................................. 57

6.1. PARAMETER/TASK ASSOCIATION........................................................................................................... 57


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6.2. QUICK STARTUP SET PARAMETERS ........................................................................................................ 59


6.3. SET..1 SET SYSTEM PARMETERS............................................................................................................. 64
System parmeters set and description .................................................................................. 64
Logic setting, Input points ........................................................................................................... 67
Front/rear doorLogic settings ................................................................................................ 69
Input / output terminal monitor ............................................................................................... 69
6.4. SET..2 MOTOR AUTO TUNE ..................................................................................................................... 71
Synchronous Machine Static Auto Tune................................................................................ 71
Asynchronous Machine Static Auto Tune ............................................................................. 72
Supporting Auto Tune Information ......................................................................................... 72
6.5 SET..3 SHAFT SELF-LEARN ....................................................................................................................... 73
Essential Conditions for Shaft Self-learn ............................................................................. 73
Self-learn Process .............................................................................................................................. 74
Shaft Learn Failure Causes ........................................................................................................... 75
Door Operator Adjustment ........................................................................................................... 75
6.6. SET..4 HIGH SPEED RIDE ADJUST ........................................................................................................ 75
Before High Speed Running ......................................................................................................... 75
Ride Comfort Adjustment .............................................................................................................. 76
Stop curve adjustment .................................................................................................................... 80
Leveling deviation control............................................................................................................. 81
Inspection Ride Adjustment ........................................................................................................ 83
Other Running Speed Settings ................................................................................................... 84
Timer Settingsq ................................................................................................................................... 84
6.7. ADVANCED FUNCTION INSTRUCTION ..................................................................................................... 86
Front/Rear Door Layout Example ............................................................................................ 86
Low-Voltage Inputs Definition ................................................................................................... 87
High-Voltage Input Definitions .................................................................................................. 89
Multifunction Output Definitions............................................................................................... 89
Output multi-function setting ..................................................................................................... 89
Duplex / Group Control Function Settings .......................................................................... 90
Setting of floor display output ................................................................................................... 90
Customized Function Instruction ............................................................................................. 91
Not docked within stated time ............................................................................................... 98

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Password setting ................................................................................................................................ 98


Restore Default Values ................................................................................................................... 99
Clear fault records ............................................................................................................................. 99
Clock setting ......................................................................................................................................... 99
7. FUSION INSTALLATION IN AN ENCLOSURE ........................................................................................................ 101
COP & LOP INSTALLATION , WIRING ,AND ADJUSTMENT ............................................................. 102
MC-VAB VOICE ANNOUNCEMENT......................................................................................................... 138
GCL GROUP CONTROL BOARD ................................................................................................................. 141
GCL description ................................................................................................................................. 142
DOOR PRE-OPENING BOARD.................................................................................................................... 146
K-50A Description ............................................................................................................................ 146
8. EVENTS/TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................................................................... 147
8.1. EVENTS/TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................. 147
8.2. FAULT/ERROR CONDITIONS................................................................................................................... 147
9. MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................ 173
9.1. DAILY CHECK ............................................................................................................................................. 173
Checking List ................................................................................................................................... 173
9.2. PERIODIC CHECK ...................................................................................................................................... 173
9.3. SHIPPING AND STORAGE ........................................................................................................................ 173
Storage Condition ............................................................................................................................ 173


Notes of storage ............................................................................................................................... 173

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9.4. INCOMING INSPECTION ........................................................................................................................... 173
9.5. OTHERS ........................................................................................................................................................ 174
Manufacturer guarantee .............................................................................................................. 174
Service .................................................................................................................................................... 174
Contact information ........................................................................................................................ 174
9.6. APPENDIX ................................................................................................................................................... 174
Battery maintenance ...................................................................................................................... 174
10. APPENDIX ...................................................................................................................................................... 175
10.1. COMPLETE PARAMETERS ....................................................................................................................... 175
10.2. DECIMAL, BINARY AND HEX EQUIVALENTS ..................................................................................... 193
10.3. LED DISPLAY DEFINITION TABLE ..................................................................................................... 195
REVISION HISTORY .............................................................................................................................................. 197

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Preface

Preface

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Preface
Limited Warranty
NIDEC-KINETEK (manufacturer) warrants its products for a period of 15 months from the
date of shipment from its factory to be free from defects in workmanship and materials.
Any defect appearing more than 15 months from the date of shipment from the factory
shall be deemed to be due to ordinary wear and tear. Manufacturer, however, assumes no
risk or liability for results of the use of the products purchased from it, including, but
without limiting the generality of the forgoing:
(1) The use in combination with any electrical or electronic components, circuits, systems,
assemblies or any other material or equipment (2) Unsuitability of this product for use in
any circuit, assembly or environment. Purchasers rights under this warranty shall consist
solely of requiring the manufacturer to repair, or in manufacturer's sole discretion, replace
free of charge, F.O.B. factory, any defective items received at said factory within the said
15 months and determined by manufacturer to be defective. The giving of or failure to
give any advice or recommendation by manufacturer shall not constitute any warranty by
or impose any liability upon the manufacturer. This warranty constitutes the sole and
exclusive remedy of the purchaser and the exclusive liability of the manufacturer, AND IN
LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY AS
TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS, FOR PURPOSE SOLD, DESCRIPTION, QUALITY
PRODUCTIVENESS OR ANY OTHER MATTER. In no event will the manufacturer be liable
for special or consequential damages or for delay in performance of this warranty.

Products that are not manufactured by NIDEC-KINETEK (such as drives, CRTs, modems,
printers, etc.) are not covered under the above warranty terms. NIDEC-KINETEK however,
extends the same warranty terms that the original manufacturer of such equipment
provides with their product (refer to the warranty terms for such products in their
respective manual).

End User License Agreement

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This End User License Agreement (Agreement) grants you the right to use the software
contained in this product (the Software) subject to the following restrictions: You may
not: (i) copy the Soft- ware, except for archive purposes consistent with your standard
archive procedures; (ii) transfer the Software to a third party apart from the entire
product; (iii) modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise attempt to
derive the source code of the Software; (iv) export the Software or underlying technology
in contravention of applicable U.S. and foreign export laws and regulations; and (v) use
the Software other than in connection with operation of the product.
LICENSOR'S SUPPLIERS DO NOT MAKE OR PASS ON TO END USER OR ANY OTHER
THIRD PARTY, ANY EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION
ON BEHALF OF SUCH SUPPLIERS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF NON-

Important Precautions and Useful Information


This preface contains information that will help you understand and safely maintain
NIDEC- KINETEK equipment. We strongly recommend you review this preface and read
this manual before installing, adjusting, or maintaining equipment. This preface
discusses:

Safety and Other Symbol Meanings

Safety Precautions

Environmental Considerations

In this manual
Preface

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Safety and Other Symbol Meanings

Safety and Other Symbol Meanings

Danger
This manual symbol is used to alert you to procedures, instructions, or situations which,
if not done properly, might result in personal injury or substantial equipment damage.

Caution
This manual symbol is used to alert you to procedures, instructions, or situations which,
if not done properly, might result in equipment damage.

Note

This manual symbol is used to alert you to instructions or other immediately helpful
information.
Safety Precautions


Safety and Other Symbol Meanings
Danger
This equipment must be installed by a qualified contractor. It is the responsibility of the
contractor to make sure that the final installation complies with all local codes and is
installed in a safe manner.

Proper grounding is vitally important to safe and successful operation. Bring your ground
wire to the system subplate. You must choose the proper conductor size and minimize the
resistance to ground by using the shortest possible routing. See National Electrical Code
Article 250 or the applicable local electrical code.

Before applying power to the controller, physically check all the power resistors and other
components located in the resistor cabinet and inside the controller. Components
loosened during shipment may cause damage.

For proper operation of the AC Drive Unit in your controller, you must make sure that: 1)
A direct solid ground is provided in the machine room to properly ground the controller
and motor. Indirect grounds such as the building structure or a water pipe may not
provide proper grounding and could act as an antenna to radiate RFI noise, thus
disturbing sensitive equipment in the building. Improper grounding may also render any
RFI filter ineffective. 2) The incoming power to the controller and the outgoing power
wires to the motor are in their respective, separate, grounded conduits.

This equipment may contain voltages as high as 1000 volts. Use extreme caution. Do not
touch any components, resistors, circuit boards, power devices, or electrical connections

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without ensuring that high voltage is not present.

Environmental Considerations
Keep the machine room clean.
Controllers are generally in NEMA 1 enclosures.
Do not install the controller in a dusty area.
Do not install the controller in a carpeted area.
Keep room temperature between 32 and 104F (0 to 40C).
Prevent condensation on the equipment.
Do not install the controller in a hazardous location or where excessive amounts of vapors
or chemical fumes may be present.
Make certain that power line fluctuations are within +10% or -15% of proper value.

Air Conditioned Equipment Cabinets


If your control or group enclosure is equipped with an air conditioning unit, it is very
important to observe the following precautions. (Failure to do so can result in moisture
damage to electrical components.)
Maintain the integrity of the cabinet by using sealed knockouts and sealing any holes
made during installation.
Do not run the air conditioning while the cabinet doors are open.
If you turn the air conditioner off while it is running, wait at least five minutes before
restarting it. Otherwise, the compressor may be damaged.
Observe the recommended thermostat setting and follow recommended maintenance
schedules.
Make certain that the air conditioning drain tube remains clear to avoid water

accumulation in the unit.


Safety and Other Symbol Meanings

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Shipping Confirmation

Shipping Confirmation

Silver Label Description


Shipment Contents

Item ZXK-6000S- A Controller


Quantity 1 Controller

Silver Label

Model Number Description


Shipping Confirmation
ZXK 6000-S-A G

Voltage Level
4 = 3 AC380V;
2 = 3 AC220V

Power Level 7R5G =7.5kW)


Product Type

Company Code

Verification
Verify that your shipment is correct and undamaged. Report any discrepancy to the shipper
immediately, then to Nidec-Kinetek.

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Shipping Confirmation

Shipping Confirmation

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1 Product Information

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1.1. Product Information


Up to 2.5 m/s
Up to 64 stops
Front doors and Rear doors
Induction or ACPM motor
Auto-tune procedure forACPM motors (not required for Induction)
Hoistway learn operation
UI access through on-board keypad, hand-held device, PC, or Android smart
device
On-board keypad/display allows status display, call registration, & hoistway learn
Hand-held is standard equipment and provides full access and control
PC interface provides password-protected full access and control
Android smart device provides password-protected full access and control
Distance feedback speed curve provides direct to floor landing
Automatic short floor recognition
Multiple CPUs for redundant control checking
TI low-power CPU cores enhance real-time elevator control
Load compensated anti-rollback without requiring a load weigher

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Vector control technology. High performance motor speed control

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PWM technology effectively reduces motor noise and power loss
CAN serial communication enhances communication reliability
Precision real time clock for time controlled functions
Compatible with 220VAC power input UPS emergency backup
Controller & drive are combined in a single unit for reliable, simple operation
Keypad designed for easy status and event viewing
Easy parameter format to maximize convenience
EN81 and GB7588 safety requirements
Provides unintended car motion solution; passes A3 certification
EMC certified to 4KV
Redundant safety design. Both elevator and drive logic have security features
that greatly improve the safety factor of the elevator.

1.2. Control Capabilities


Simplex

Duplex

Group control to 6 cars

1.3. Product Function


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Standard Functions

Ref Name Description

1 Direct landing Real-time operating curve and intelligent stopping.


2 Dynamic auto-tune PM motor auto-tune.
When using speed loop or position loop adjustment, starting
3 Anti-rollback
compensation does not require a load weigher.
Current ramp When the elevator uses the motor to stop the elevator, motor
4
when stopping holding current ramping reduces motor noise.
Overcurrent If the system detects motor overcurrent, it prevents the elevator
5
protection from running.
Overvoltage If the system detects motor overvoltage, it prevents the elevator
6
Protection from running.
If the system detects motor or drive overload, it prevents the
7 Overload Protection
elevator from running.
Bus voltage If the system detects DC bus undervoltage, it prevents the
8
protection elevator from running.
Drive phase If the system detects input or output missing phase, it prevents
9
protection the elevator from running.
Inverter overheat If the system detects inverter overheat, it prevents the elevator
10
protection from running.
Rectifier overheat If the system detects rectifier overheat, it prevents the elevator
11
protection from running.
If floor position is inaccurate, the elevator returns to the bottom
12 Position protection
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floor and corrects.


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User interface Without pass code entry, the user may view current speed,
13 unprotected running current, elevator mode and fault records.
access
Limit switch Up (down) limit switch: If a limit switch is encountered, the
14
Protection elevator is prevented from moving further in that direction.

Drive fault When driver meet some errors .It prevent the elevator from
15 running. Some drive faults may be automatically to reset by
Protection
setting parameters
Drive feedback When the drive is enabled and the direction is set, Detected driver
16
Detection feedback
Brake travel Brake position is monitored through a brake position switch. If
switch incorrect position is detected, the system will enter protected
17
feedback mode depending on configuration and the exact situation.
detection
Motor contactor closed/open is monitored. If contactor action is
Run contactor
18 abnormal, the system enters protected mode operation and shuts
detection
down until the problem is corrected.
The Brake contactor closed/open is monitored. If contactor action
Brake contactor
19 is abnormal, the system enters protected mode operation and
detection
shuts down until the problem is corrected.
The door lock circuit is monitored. If lock circuits and door
Door lock circuit
20 limits do not agree, the elevator will shut down until the
detection
problem is corrected.

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Ref Name Description

Safety circuit If the safety circuit opens the car will immediately drop power to
21
detection the motor and the brake, bringing the car to an emergency stop.
Inspection mode does not use the normal run control time
sequence (automated door operation, emergency run and
22 Inspection run docking operations run feature. Inspection run requires that the
car be placed on an Inspection mode and be run using Enable and
Run Up/Run Down switches.
When emergency run switch is activated it automatically cancels
the normal run control time sequence including automated door
Emergency power
function. It also disables safety gear, limit switches, and buffer
23 run (Machine room
electrical devices. In this mode, the elevator is run using enable
inspection)
and run direction buttons. When the switches are released, the
car will stop moving.
When operating on Inspection, if the elevator encounters a
Terminal inspection low-speed up (or
24
speed limit down) forced deceleration switch, it will slow to reduced inspection
speed.
In Inspection mode, press the up or (down) button to output the
Inspection door
door close signal. When the door lock circuit is made, the elevator
25 open/ close
is able to run. When the elevator stops in a door zone, press up &
operation
down buttons at the same time to output the door open signal.
Before initially to running , hoistway information needs to be
26 Hoistway Learn learned, including floor heights and forced deceleration switch
positions.

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Hoistway Learn If the system isnot get correct height of shaft during shaft
27

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Errors learning or after learning . The elevator can not work well .
In automatic or attendant operation, the elevator runs in full
28 Full Selective
selective mode.
During non-inspection & out of door zone . it will automatically
29 Self-leveling run leveling into the nearest floor at Re- leveling speed then door
open
If the elevator attempts to close the door for 20 seconds and does
Door open/close not received the door closing limit signal .the elevator try to
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protection opens the door in 5 times . After five 5 times . the car will Keep the
door opened .
31 UI Call Register Perform car call registration according to floor Number .
Door dwell In automatic operation, door open dwell may be cancelled by
32
cancellation pressing the Door Close button.
In automatic operation with the car still in the door zone,
33 Door reopening
doors may be reopened using the Door Open button.
During automatic operation, closing doors will be Re-open if the
Light-curtain
34 light curtain is Blocked . Note: light-curtain protection canceled
protection
during fire operation
An active full load input will cause the car to bypass additional hall
35 Full load bypass calls. The calls will be retained and answered when the condition
is corrected.

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Ref Name Description

When the elevator in non-inspection mode . If the overload input


is activated then keep the door opened . an indicator/buzzer will
36 Overload Protection activate . Noted: Before door lock closed . overload switch
activity . Elevator will open door immediately . after door dock
closed . Overload protection will be cancalled automatically .
During attendant operation, the elevator does not automatically
close the door. Doors are closed through constant pressure on the
37 Attendant operation
Door Close button. The car buzzer buzzes the corresponding car
call button flashes to inform the attendant if there is a call.
hall and car display board used dot matrix to show elevator run
Dot matrix floor
38 direction, current floor, and elevator status (inspection, overload,
display
fault), etc.
Scroll to display When the elevator is running in direction .it is scroll mode to
39
running direction display .
During automatic operation, the car door opens automatically
after the car has parking in one floor when press hall call at this
Hall door open at
40 floor . The door will also open in response to the hall call button.
one leveling
Note: When the user holds the button over 20 seconds, the
system treats the button as stuck and the door closes.
Hall call button The system recognizes a hall call button stuck condition and
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monitoring cancels the call automatically.
If the elevator lock switch is activated, all hall calls are
cancelled .The elevator will service all existing car calls, then
42 Elevator lock service recall to the lock-Parking floor, open its doors, shut off lights and
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fans, and shut down. The elevator will return to normal operation
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when the lock switch is reset


If the fire signal is activated, (corresponding hall call board input
FR activated), the elevator automatically clears all registered car
and hall calls and recalls to the fire recall floor. At the floor, the car
43 Fire recall run
will display a fire indicator signal and hold doors open. If running
away from the recall floor when the signal is activated, the car will
stop (with doors remaining closed), then recall to the floor.
A recalled elevator will enter fire service when the fire service
switch is activated or automatically after a configured period of
time. Under fire service, there is no automatic door open/close
44 Fire-fighter service action. Doors must be operated using door open and close buttons.
The elevator responds only to car call registration and cancels all
registration after arriving at a floor. The elevator returns to normal
when both of the switches are reset.
System calculates current speed and height of the car through
Encoder
high speed encoder pulses. If the encoder signal is lost, the
45 feedback
system automatically stops at the next floor in direction of travel
detection
and will not run until error is corrected.
The system recognizes the car running direction by high-speed
Reverse running
46 processing; the system stops the elevator when the running
protection
direction and the registered direction are not consistent.
Door zone
47 When the elevator is out of door zone, doors will not open.
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Ref Name Description

During normal operation, the system automatically stops the


Door zone signal
48 elevator and declares a fault if it stays in the leveling zone for
fault protection
more than 5 seconds
Auto correction of The terminal door zone and the leveling switch of each floor
49
car position automatically adjust position data when the car is running.
During automatic operation, if the car encounters a
Forced forced-deceleration switch at a speed over the switch limit of
50 deceleration speed , the elevator stops immediately then proceeds to the
function terminal landing at correction speed (value can be set through
parameter setting).
When the light-load switch is activated and car call registrations
51 Light load nuisance exceed a set value, the system cancels all car calls adter one
times running
The random call generator will assign calls to run the car
52 Test run randomly in test mode (no door operation, passing, or arrival
indications).
53 Fault history The system maintains a record of the newest 40 faults.
Floor heights may be adjusted to compensate for inaccurately
54 Leveling adjustment
placed door zones. Range: 0-400mm.
Real-time clock The system has a real-time clock chip capable of maintaining time
55
management for up to two years without external power.
The user may customize main board input functions according to
56 Programmable input
setting parameters
When the thermal protection input signal activates, the elevator

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Motor overheat stops at the nearest landing, opens its doors then stop. After the

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Protection thermal protection input signal is reset, the elevator returns to
normal run after the thermal protection delay expires.
Two earthquake operation inputs are two modes : Earthquake 1
Earthquake
58 and Earthquake 2. When an earthquake input is activated, the
operation
elevator stops at the nearest landing, opens its doors.
Programmable the user may set main board output functionality according to
59
output Parameter setting .
Brake voltage Brake pick-to-hold time may be adjusted through user
60
switching parameters.
61 Car call cancellation A car call may be cancelled by pressing the button twice .
During Independent operation, the elevator does not accept hall
62 Independent run
call registration.
During normal operation, the elevator automatically opens the
Door dwell door after arrival. If the floor does not have a hall call
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cancellation registered, pressing the door close button will cancel remaining
dwell time and start the doors closing.
During normal operation, an idle car will recall to the home floor
64 Auto-homing
after the delay time setting expires.
An idle car will automatically shut off lights and fans after a set
65 Energy saving period of time. Any call demand will automatically activate lights
and fans and return the car to service.

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Ref Name Description

Adjustable parking floor, door opening condition and bypass


66 Service floor setting
through door layout parameters.
67 Floor display setting Floor displays number can be setted by parameter
Door lock The elevator detects door lock circuit disconnect during the run.
68 protection The system automatically stopped then send the door close
during the run signal .
Door lock short During normal operation, the system checks for door lock circuit
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circuit protection disconnection when the doors reach their open limit.
The watchdog timer will automatically reset the processor
70 CPU WDT protection
should it stop running.
71 Timed blind floor Floors set as blind will not be serviced by the elevator.
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Optional Features

Ref Name Description Remarks

After its initial stop, a properly equipped car is able to


Door open re-
1 relevel into the floor at Lower speed with doors open K-50A
leveling
shou ld it be required.
If a properly equipped car loses commercial power, a
Emergency
Emergency battery powered rescue device will automatically move
2 leveling
rescue the car to the nearest landing at low speed and open the
device
doors so that passengers may exit.
Hall lanterns. During the leveling process, hall
3 Hall Lantern lanterns output arrival chimes notify passengers of Hall Lantern
next run preferred direction.
When the elevator enters the door zone during
Hall
leveling, the arrival chime sounds. Set associated Hall arrival
4 arrival
parameters to output once for up arrival, twice for chime
Chime
down arrival output.
Car When the elevator enters the door zone, the car top
Car top arrival
5 arrival chime sounds to alert the passengers to elevator
chime
chime arrival.
When present and activated, the voice annunciator
Voice Voice
6 announces current floor, current running direction
annunciation annunciator
and other information as programmed.
If dual car operating panels are used, door opening
corresponds to the panel on which the call was placed.
Rear/Front Rear door
7 If a single car operating panel is used on a two door car,

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door control control panel
both doors will open simultaneously (as long as both

Product Information
have access to the particular floor).
With car call security active, the passenger must
Car call present a valid credential (usually a card) at the Credential
8
security security device and register the call within a defined reader
period of time.
With hall call security active, the passenger must
Hall call present a valid credential (usually a card) at the Credential
9
security security device and register the call within a defined reader
period of time.
Remote monitoring allows user to monitor floor Monitoring
Remote
10 position, run direction, and fault status from a remote software
Monitoring
location. ASE
A two elevator installation may be set for Duplex
Duplexing
operation. Hall calls are connected to both cars but the
11 Duplex configuration
car set as the Master will dispatch for itself and the
and wiring
second car.
A group control system can coordinate up to 6
Multiple
elevators. Each car in the group has a GCL (group
control
12 Group Control control logic) board connected through CAN. A fuzzy
systems,
logic algorithm calculates the optimal elevator to
GCL
dispatched.

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1 Product Information
1
Product Information

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2. Products Specification

2. Products Specification

2.1. FUSION Integrated Electrical Specification

Item Description

Input voltage range AC360/380/400/420V-15%+10%

Input frequency range 47 - 63Hz


Input/Output
Output voltage range 0 - Rated input voltage

Output frequency range 0 - 400Hz


Switching low-voltage
30 switching, DC 24V/5mA
inputs
High-voltage detection
4, AC/DC 110V15%
inputs
External
Interface Switching outputs 9 switchingDC30V/5A, AC250V/5A

CAN Communcation 4 independent ports

Encoder Sine and cosine, incremental encoder interface

Control mode PG vector control

Starting torque Vector control with PG: 0Hz/180%


150%rated current 60s, 180%rated current
Technical Overload ability
10s,
Performance

2. Products Specification
Vector control with PG: +/-0.1%, maximum
Functional Speed control accuracy
speed
Features
Carrier frequency 1.0kHz - 16.0kHz
Normal mode, inspection mode, releveling
Operating modes mode, releveling with door opening mode, UPS
mode
Running curve direct to landing, distance
Parking Mode
feedback
Starting torque Speed loop, position loop.
compensation Anti-rollback without a load weigher.
Motor self-learn Synchronous motor, static self-learn.
Operating and Accurately record floor and hoistway limit switch
monitoring Shaft self-learn
positions.
Automatic voltage Automatically maintain output voltage when
regulation grid voltage fluctuates.
Five 7-segment displays, six buttons and eight
Operator keypad
LED indicators.
Handheld operator
As above but handheld.
(option)
Item Set parameters, upload, download, check fault,
PC Software
register calls, and monitoring.

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2. Products Specification

Description Specification

2.2. Fusion Power Configuration


Rated Rated
Overload Dynamic
Power Output Brake Cabinet
Type Capacity Braking
current Resistor Type
OutkVA 10S(A) Transistor
(A)

ZXK-6000-S- A-7R5G-4 7.5 19.5 180% 50/2000W


ZXK-6000-S- A-011G-4 11.0 25.0 200% 40/4800W
Built-in
ZXK-6000-S- A-015G-4 15.0 32.0 170% 32/4800W

ZXK-6000-S- A-018G-4 18.0 37.0 190% 28/6000W


ZXK-6000-S- A-022G-4 22.0 45.0 200% 20/9600W

ZXK-6000-S- A-030G-4 30.0 60.0 176% 16/9600W


2. Products Specification

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2. Products Specification

2.3. Apperance & Dimensions Specification.


ZXK-6000-S- A Apperance&Dimensions

Mounting hole

Front Cover

Operator

The Bsse

Silver Label

2. Products Specification
Terminal Cover

Wiring warning
labels

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2. Products Specification
2. Products Specification

Gross
Cabi W H D W1 H1 Diameter
Type weight
net (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
(kg)
ZXK-6000-S- A-7R5G-4 240 360 175 140 345 7 8.5
ZXK-6000-S- A-011G-4 240 360 175 140 345 7 8.5
ZXK-6000-S- A-015G-4 240 360 175 140 345 7 8.7
ZXK-6000-S- A-018G-4 270 440 205 196 425 7 14.6
ZXK-6000-S- A-022G-4 270 440 205 196 425 7 14.6
ZXK-6000-S- A-030G-4 270 440 205 196 425 7 14.8

Caution
In the design of control cabinet layout, please consider of adequate wiring for controller outgoing
terminals

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3. System Configuration

3. System Configuration

3.1. Simple Configuration

3. System Configuration

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3. System Configuration

Reference
No. Controller Model Configuration Description
Picture
Select according to capacity,
speed and installation
requirements:
Fusion ZXK-6000-S-
1. a. MC1000 Voltage (400V)
Controller A
b. KW (7.5kW - 30kW)
c. Installation: Machine
room/roomless)
Front & rear door control
Cartop system: Configuration
2.
Controller K-CT1000 description: Each elevator
contains 1 set
Controller will handle up to 16 floors
without requiring expansion board
3. Car Controller K-CC1000 addition.
Configuration description: Each
elevator contains 1 set

Car
Additional 8 floors car call control
4. command K-CI1000
function Configuration description:
expansion
as required.
control board
7 inch LCD COP & LOP control
K-06T Configuration description: as
required.

4.3 inch LCD COP & LOP


K-03T control Configuration
description: as required
3. System Configuration

COP & LOP Slim dot matrix display control


5. K-PI1000
controller COP Configuration description:
as required
Horizontal dot matrix display COP &
K-03D LOP control
Configuration description: as required

Monochrome COP &LOP control


K-07L Configuration description: as
required
Multi-Language Voice
Voice
annunciation control
6. Annunciation MC-VAB
Configuration description: as
Control
required

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3. System Configuration

3.2. Duplex Configuration


In a Duplex configuration, one car handles dispatching for both controls in the duplex set. The
two elevator control systems communicate through a CAN connection

CAN Bus

3.3. Group Control Configuration

When theZXK-6000-S- A elevator is configured for group control, a group control board, GCL,
is added to each. The system is set up according to the drawings and configured to run in group
control mode

3. System Configuration

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3. System Configuration

3.4. Supporting Circuit Board Install Information

Car top Controller Car Controller

Model & AppearanceK-CT1000 Model & AppearanceK-CC1000

Description Description

Front & rear door operator control system Inputs for 16 floor selection command
buttons
Monitor front door and rear door operator
system condition Car door open and door close input buttons
Intelligent car lighting & fan system Integrated operation panel switch function
(normally closed contact control)
Extended intercom
Arrival chime signal control (normally open
Emergency power supply
contact control)
CAN communication interface
Monitor car weighing switching signal
Cartop adjustment and SD expansion
Expand communication door operator control
funcation
interface (reserved)

Intercom, emergency power, CAN


communication interface

Cartop adjustment and SD expansion


function
3. System Configuration

Configuration Description Configuration Description

Every elevator has a cartop controller Configure according to the number of COP
controller cabinets, e.g.:

Single door and single control cabinet - one


car control board

Double door and double control cabinet -


two car control boards

Car Registration Multimedia Display

Model & AppearanceK-CI1000 Model & AppearanceK-06T

Description Description
Inputs for up to 8 additional floor selection 7 inch multimedia true color display
command buttons
Advertising, date and time display, custom

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3. System Configuration

Four wire configuration logo

Horizontal or vertical display mode

SD card online update image

Support hall call and elevator status display


Support direction forecast and hall arrival
chime output

Configuration Description Configuration Description

Custom configuration Custom configuration

Note: Expansion board needs to be used with


connection cable: CABLE 2*8_100mm

Model & AppearanceK-03T Model & AppearanceK-PI1000

Description Description

Slim COP and LOP control Slim COP and LOP control

4.3 inch true color display (logo & rolling Dot matrix display
arrow)
Support hall call and elevator status display
Horizontal and vertical display mode.
Chime support direction forecast and hall
SD card on-line update image arrival output

Support hall call and elevator status display

3. System Configuration
Support direction forecast and hall call arrival
chime output

Configuration Description Configuration Description

Custom configuration Custom configuration

Model & AppearanceK-07L

Description

Monochrome seven-segment LCD

Supports hall call or in-car display


Supports direction indication and hall arrival
chime functions

Configuration Description

Custom configuration

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3. System Configuration

Voice Annunciation Intelligent Floor Control

Model & AppearanceMC-VAB Model & AppearanceIC-NHB03D

Description Description

Compatible with MP3, WAV and other audio 64-floor command control
formats
Timing, billing control function
Background music player

Configuration Description Configuration Description

Custom configuration Custom configuration

Group Control Re-leveling Control

Model & AppearanceGCL Model & AppearanceK-50A

Description Description

Elevator group control dispatching Elevator re-leveling and door pre-opening


function

UCMP

Configuration Description Configuration Description


3. System Configuration

Custom configuration Custom configuration

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3. System Configuration

3.5. Encoder connection


Asynchronous Motor Encoder (J20 on side of unit)
Collector Push-pull Differential
Connector No. Symbol
Output Output Output

1 24V 24V 24V 24V

2 GND 0V 0V 0V

3 B- Phase B 0V B

4 B+ 24V Phase B B

5 A- Phase A 0V A

6 A+ 24V Phase A A

Synchronous Motor Encoder (on side of unit)


Connector
No 1387 Encoder 1313 Encoder ABZUVW Encoder
DB15
1 B- / B-

2 / / /

3 R+ CLK+ Z+

4 R- CLK- Z-

5 A+ DATA+ A+

6 A- DATA- A-

3. System Configuration
7 0V 0V 0V

8 B+ / B+

9 5.6V 5.6V 5.6V

10 C- A- V-

11 C+ A+ V+

12 D+ B+ U+

13 D- B- U-

14 / / W-

15 / / W+

Encoder wires should be shielded twisted pair only . Encoder


connections should be as short as possible and routed well away from
CAUTION high power or other high frequency cables.

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3. System Configuration

3.6. External Electrical Device Configuration

Main Circuit Cable Control cable Grounding cable


Model
(mm2) (mm2)
(mm2)
ZXK-6000-S-
4 0.75 2.5
A-7R5G-4
ZXK-6000-S- 0.75
6 4
A-011G-4
ZXK-6000-S- 0.75
6 6
A-015G-4
ZXK-6000-S-
10 1.0 10
A-018G-4
ZXK-6000-S-
10 1.0 10
A-022G-4
ZXK-6000-S-
16 1.0 16
A-030G-4
3. System Configuration

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4. Wiring and Installation

4. Wiring and Installation

4.1. Wirings
This part introduces ZXK-6000-S- A controller terminal wiring, including main circuit
/control circuit and PG terminal wiring.

DANGER

Must follow the guidance of this manual,Operate by Professional engineers, Otherwise will
caused electrical shock .

It must have circuit-breaker between controller and power. In order to avoid fire hazard.

Be certain input power is disconnect to avoid risk of electric shock or fire before wiring.

Only a certified electrical engineer with appropriate experience may wire the job
Ground the PE terminal properly to certified, earth ground. Otherwise, electrical shock or
fire hazard may result.

Do not touch output terminals directly, or allow an output to contact the chassis.
Do not short-circuit an output. Otherwise, electric shock, short circuit, or fire hazard may
result.
Do not touch circuit boards or components.

Static discharge will damage components and may also result in risk of electrical shock.

Do not jumper/short Terminals (+), PB and (-). Doing so will damage the unit.

Do not connect power to output terminals U, V, or W. Doing so will damage the unit

CAUTION

4. Wiring and Installation


Verify AC main circuit supply voltage is correct for the FUSION product. Otherwise, may
have a risk of electrical shock, unit damage, or fire hazard .

Follow specified torque when securing terminals. Poor connections can pose electrical
shock or fire risk, or prevent proper operation. Over-torque may damage the FUSION
product.

4.2. Installation
Fusion Environmental Specifications
Ambient
0 - 40 (above 40, reduce rated power 4% per degree)
Temperature
Height above Sea
1000m (above 1000m, de-rate 10%)
Level
Relative Humidity 35 - 85%, non-condensing
Anti-vibration 5.8m/S2 (0.6g)
Static Frequency Electromagnetic
6 kV discharge by Peak value 4kV Intensity: 10V/m
Noise Immunity
direct contact, 6 KV 5kHz frequency 80k1000MHz Tested
discharge by indirect 5/50ns(Tr/Td) frequency

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4. Wiring and Installation

contact, 15 kV 1 min interference


discharge through the time
air
Working No caustic or flammable gases. No direct sunlight.
Environment No oil mist, steam, or salt

Minimum Installation
Margins
4. Wiring and Installation

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4. Wiring and Installation

4.3. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure


Install the Fusion unit vertically to ensure proper performance of the cooling system. Observe
clearance recommendations.

CAUTION

Install according to circuit board sizemounting holes , Ensure that electronic devices do
not encounter with something else

4. Wiring and Installation

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4. Wiring and Installation

Mounting Dimensions

Gross
Cabin W H D A B diameter
Type Weight
et (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg)
ZXK-6000-S- A-7R5G-4 240 360 175 140 345 7 8.5
ZXK-6000-S- A -011G-4 240 360 175 140 345 7 8.5
4. Wiring and Installation

ZXK-6000-S- A -015G-4 240 360 175 140 345 7 8.7


ZXK-6000-S- A -018G-4 270 440 205 196 425 7 14.6
ZXK-6000-S- A -022G-4 270 440 205 196 425 7 14.6
ZXK-6000-S- A -030G-4 270 440 205 196 425 7 14.8

CAUTION
In the design of control cabinet layoutplease consider leaveing appropriate wiring.

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4. Wiring and Installation

K-CT1000 Cartop Board


W H W1 H1 Aperture PCBA thickness
185mm 105mm 175mm 95mm 4mm 26.5mm

Car Call Board K-CC1000 Dimensions


W H W1 H1 Aperture PCBA thickness
160mm 100mm 150mm 90mm 4mm 16.5mm

Car Call Expansion Board K-CI1000 Dimensions 4. Wiring and Installation

W H W1 H1 Aperture PCBA thickness


100mm 60mm 90mm 50mm 4mm 12mm

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4. Wiring and Installation

Hoistway Switch Complement

Speed (m/s)
4. Wiring and Installation

1.0m/s 1.5 m/s 1.6 m/s 1.75 m/s 2.0 m/s 2.5 m/s
Decel Distance (m)
L1/NT1 1.22.0 2.22.6 2.22.6 2.22.6 2.22.6 2.22.6

L2/NT2 3.44.0 4.95.6

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4. Wiring and Installation

4.4. Wirings
Notes of wiring

CAUTION
Wiring according to the terminal labelsShorten the wiring length as possible to avoid
instability caused by leakage current.
Power supply with a standard of three phase - five wires, Grounding terminals must be
good and.
Ensure the grounding resistance is less than 4 , It is recommended to use more than 4
mm2 copper core dedicated wire grounding
Input and output side short circuit or ground is prohibited.
Output side U/V/W Should wear into the earthing metal tube,separate from control cicuit
wiring.

CAN, General Wiring


CAN bus communication uses a 4-core, shielded, twisted pair wiring assembly. Power line 24V+,
24V- connections are normally 0.75mm2 cross section area. Ensure the CAN connection
furthest from the power source is not lower than 20V. Communication lines (CANH,CANL) are
additional twisted pairs, with 0.75mm2 cross-sectional area.

CAUTION
Wire according to the terminal labels.

Power the circuit down before making CAN bus (24V+,24V-, CANH, CANL) connections.

Verify CAN baud rate setting is correct if communication problems occur immediately
after connection.

During normal communication, the resistance between CANH and CANL is about 60.

4. Wiring and Installation


CAN wires must never be routed in the same conduit or trough with high current/high
voltage connections.
CAN ground can be connected only to the CAN ground terminal. CAN communication
power must be separate from the controller 24 V power, and may not be used for any
other purposes or load.

Hall and car call boards use open-drain outputs designed for LED loads. Incandescent
lights are NOT supported.

For detailed connection information, please refer to the electrical wiring diagram.

Precheck

CAUTION
Please check the following items After the wiring
Visually inspect the controller for loose connections.
Station an attendant by the disconnect (prepared to shut down if necessary).
Power the controller up and visually check for any signs of trouble.
Check that the brake pick voltage is set to match brake requirements.

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4. Wiring and Installation

Fusion Parts

18

17

16 1

15
2
14

13 3

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4

19 20
4. Wiring and Installation

Callout Connector Item Remark


1 J21 RS232 interface 1 PC host computer port
2 J16 High-voltage input terminal High voltage inputs
Switch inputs (includes 24V power
3 J15 Low-voltage input terminal 1
supply)
4 J14 Low-voltage input terminal 2 Switch inputs
5 J13 Low-voltage input terminal 3 Switch inputs
6 J12 Low-voltage input terminal 4 Switch inputs
7 J8 Input terminal BB (Base Block) Drive enable control terminal
8 Main loop line labels
9 J17 Switching outputs terminal 1 Relay outputs
Power supply, motor, brake
10 Line connections
resistor, etc.
11 J18 Switching outputs terminal 2 Relay outputs
External 24V power supply Switching inputs and
12 J23
terminal communication
External 5V power supply
13 J24
terminal

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4. Wiring and Installation

Callout Connector Item Remark


Car calls, landing calls,
14 J11 CAN interface
duplex/group control
15 J7 Extension encoder interface Spare (second encoder)
16 J22 RS232 interface 2
17 J20 Reserved Reserved
18 Operator
19 DB15 Synchronous machine encoder ACPM
20 TJ-6P Asynchronous encoder Induction

ZXK-6000-S- A Control Circuit Power Terminal Description


Terminal Function Description
RST Three phase power input terminal
(+) DC Bus(+)
(-) DC Bus(-)
(+)(-) Brake unit wiring terminal
(+)PB Brake resistor wiring terminal
UVW Three phase AC output terminal
KrKt Control Circuit Power Terminal
PE Ground terminal
15kW or below 18.5kW or above

4. Wiring and Installation

Fusion Main Circuit Wiring Description

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4. Wiring and Installation

Low Voltage Input Descriptions

No Name Symbol Description Default logic Logic Monitor

P1.0 551 Input common 24V-


P1.1 555 Input signal power 24V+
Down Normal Terminal
P1.2 DNT1 Normally closed
Switch 1
Up Normal Terminal Switch
P1.3 UNT1 Normally closed
1
J15 Down Normal Terminal
P1.4 DNT2 Normally open
Switch 2
Up Normal Terminal Switch
P1.5 UNT2 Normally open
2
P1.6 DNTD Down directional limit Normally closed LH0.00
U3.01
P1.7 UNTD Up directional limit Normally closed C0CC

P2.0 MQS Upper door zone signal Normally open


P2.1 MQX Lower door zone signal Normally open
P2.2 MQ Middle door zone signal Normally open
P2.3 KH Motor overheat protection Normally open
J14
P2.4 KMB Door lock relay detection Normally open
P2.5 JY Safety circuit monitor Normally open
P2.6 KM1 Motor contactor monitor Normally closed
P2.7 KZD Brake contactor feedback Normally closed
P3.0 XF Main fire control signal Normally open
P3.1 EQ1 Earthquake 1 Normally open
P3.2 EQ2 Earthquake 2 Normally open
P3.3 BZK Brake position switch Normally closed
J13
4. Wiring and Installation

P3.4 JD Machine Room Inspection Normally closed


P3.5 JX Inspection signal Normally closed
P3.6 Spare Normally open
P3.7 Spare Normally open
P4.0 ADS Up inspection Normally open LH0.01
U3.02
0038
P4.1 ADX Down inspection Normally open
P4.2 UPS Power loss detection Normally open
Door preopening contact
P4.3 TZJ Normally open
proofing
J12 P4.4 SAFE Preopening activated signal Normally open
P4.5 spare Normally open
Down Normal Terminal
P4.6 DNT3 Normally open
Switch 3
Up Normal Terminal Switch
P4.7 UNT3 Normally open
3
Drive enable input (Base
BB Normally open LH0.02
J8 Block) U3.03
0000
-24V Spare

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4. Wiring and Installation

High Voltage Signal Input Descriptions (J16)

No Name Description
P5.0 Hall door lock detection AC/DC 110V (+/-15%)
P5.1 Car door lock detection AC/DC 110V (+/-15%)
P5.2 Safety circuit detection AC/DC 110V (+/-15%)
J16
P5.3 P5.0, P5.1, P5.2 common
P5.4 Spare (multifunction) AC/DC 110V (+/-15%)
P5.5 Spare common

Relay Output Terminal Descriptions

No Name Symbol Description Monitor

T6.0 KM1 Drive power control


T6.1 KM2 Drive power control
T6.2 COM1 T6.0, T6.1 common
T6.3 KZD Brake hold voltage
J17
T6.4 KZD3 Brake pick
T6.5 COM2 T6.3, T6.4 common
T6.6 UPS operation
T6.7 COM3 T6.6 common
U4.00
T7.0 XFFH Fire return
T7.1 COM4 T7.0 common
T7.2 Door open releveling
T7.3 COM5 T7.2 common
J18
T7.4 JDJ Inspection operation
T7.5 COM6 T7.4 common
T7.6 KMY

4. Wiring and Installation


T7.7 COM7 T7.6 common

Power Supply Input Terminal Descriptions

No Name Description
24- DC drive and communication power 24V- (input port E20-)
J23
24+ DC drive and communication power 24V+(input port E10+)
FG Ground
J24 5V- DC drive and communication power 5V- (input port D50-)
5V+ DC drive and communication power 5V+ (input port D60+)

CAN Communication Terminal (J11)

No Name Description Termination Jumper


AI1 Analog Input for Load Weigher NA
GND Ground NA
Pole H of duplex /group control CAN
J6 GOH JP11
communication
Pole L of duplex /group control CAN
GOL
communication

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4. Wiring and Installation

CRH Pole H of car CAN communication JP10


CRL Pole L of car CAN communication
LDH Pole H of hall call CAN communication JP9
LDL Pole L of hall call CAN communication

Control circuit input Form


Switching Inputs
Open-circuit Input Photo Electric
Input Form
Isolation
Current signal 5mA
Voltage signal DC 24V

Switching Input Schematic

High Voltage Input Schematic


4. Wiring and Installation

Switching Output

Output Form Relay Output

Contact Type Normally Open


AC 250V AC
Load Voltage
DC 30V DC
Load Voltage Resistive Load 5A

Switching Output Schematic

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4. Wiring and Installation

K-CT1000 Cartop Board


Linear connection CAN Energy-saving & arrival
Reserved CAN input
interface output chime control interface
Car control connection port

Programming
interface

Adjustment
interface

SD card slot

DIP switch

4. Wiring and Installation


Door Front door Rear door Car weighing switch
communication operator control operator control monitoring interface
reserved interface interface interface

K-CT1000 Low Voltage Terminals


Description (default
Term Symbol Default Terminal function
setting)
(Default)
J1 A Door operator communication 1
B Door operator communication 2
Z Door operator communication 3
Y Door operator communication 4
J2 P1 Front door light curtain Normally open Input: Open collector,
P2 Front door safety edge Normally open optical isolation
P3 Front door open limit Normally open Voltage signal: DC 24V
P4 Front door close limit Normally open Current signal: 5 mA
V- Signal common
T1 Front door open output Normally open Output : Relay output
T2 Front door close output Normally open Contactor type : normally
CM1 Signal common open
T3 Front door force door close Normally open Load Voltage : AC 250V

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4. Wiring and Installation

Description (default
Term Symbol Default Terminal function
setting)
(Default)
output DC 30V
CM2 Signal common Load current : Resistive
load 5A

P5 Rear door light curtain Normally open Input: Open collector,


P6 Rear door safety edge Normally open optical isolation
P7 Rear door open limit Normally open Voltage signal: DC 24V
P8 Rear door close limit Normally open Current signal: 5 mA
V- Signal common
T4 Rear door open output signal Normally open Output : Relay output
J3 T5 Rear door close output signal Normally open Contactor type : normally
open
CM3 Signal common
Load Voltage : AC 250V
T6 Multi-function output reserved Normally open
DC 30V
CM4 Signal common
Load current : Resistive
load 5A

P9 Light load signal Normally open Input: Open collector,


P10 Half load signal Normally open optical isolation
P11 Full load signal Normally open Voltage signal: DC 24V
J4
P12 Overload signal Normally open Current signal: 5 mA
P13 Spare signal Normally open
V- Signal common
J5 Controller interface
J6 Program downloading interface
T7 Arrival chime output Normally open Output : Relay output
CM5 Common Contactor type : normally
close
Load Voltage : AC 250V
4. Wiring and Installation

DC 30V
Load current : Resistive
load 5A

J7 T8 Car light output Normally close Output : Relay output


CM6 Common Contactor type : normally
T9 Car fan output Normally close close
CM7 Common
Load Voltage : AC 250V
DC 30V
Load current : Resistive
load 3A

J8 24V+ DC 24V Input Power in


DC 24V 5V
24V- DC 24V Input
CANL CAN Interface CAN interface
CANH CAN Interface
FG Grounded

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4. Wiring and Installation

Description (default
Term Symbol Default Terminal function
setting)
(Default)
V+ DC 24V +output DC 24V Power output
V- DC 24V -output
CANL CAN interface External CAN communication
CANH CAN interface
P14 Spare signal Normally open
P15 Spare signal Normally open
J9
INCT1 Spare signal
INCT1 Spare signal
J10 X11 DC signal interface 11 Cartop wiring box and
X10 DC signal interface 10 control
X9 DC signal interface 9 cabinet connections.
X8 DC signal interface 8 Emergency power and
X7 DC signal interface 7 lighting. Intercom system.
Alarm system.
Car inspection system.
J11 X6 DC signal interface 6
X5 DC signal interface 5
X4 DC signal interface 4
X3 DC signal interface 3
X2 DC signal interface 2
X1 DC signal interface 1
J27 Car board interface 1
J28 Car board interface 2
U4 SD card interface
JP2 Program download jumper
S1 DIP switch
JP4 CAN termination
JP5 CAN termination

4. Wiring and Installation


JP6 CAN termination

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4. Wiring and Installation

K-CC1000 Car Call Board

1~16th floor car call interface

Adjustment interface

Control box
switch

Expansion
Cartop control connection

port
interface

SD card
slot

Linear connection Control box CAN communication


signal interface inspection signal interface

K-CC1000 Low Voltage Input Terminals


Terminal function
Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default
(default)
P1 1st floor car registration signal
P2 2nd floor car registration signal
P3 3rd floor car registration signal
P4 4th floor car registration signal
P5 5th floor car registration signal
P6 6th floor car registration signal
P7 7th floor car registration signal
4. Wiring and Installation

P8 8th floor car registration signal


P9 9th floor car registration signal
P10 10th floor car registration signal
P11 11th floor car registration signal
P12 12th floor car registration signal
P13 13th floor car registration signal
P14 14th floor car registration signal
P15 15th floor car registration signal
P16 16th floor car registration signal
P17 Front door open registration signal Normally open

P18 Front door close registration signal Normally open

P19 Door open hold signal


P20 Front rear door switch Normally open

P21 Spare signal Normally open

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4. Wiring and Installation

Terminal function
Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default
(default)
P22 Attendant signal
P23 VIP signal Normally open
P24 Bypass signal
P25 Car lighting switch signal Normally open
P26 Car fan switch signal Normally open
P27 Fire-fighter service signal Normally open
P28 Fire-fighter door closing signal Normally open
P29 Spare signal Normally open
P30 Spare signal Normally open
J1 Program download port
J2 SD card interface
J3 Controller interface Normally open
X1 DC signal interface 1 Control cabinet car wiring
X2 DC signal interface 2 box connections.
X3 DC signal interface 3 Emergency power &
X4 DC signal interface 4 Lighting. Intercom
J5
X5 DC signal interface 5 system
X6 DC signal interface 6 Alarm system
X7 DC signal interface 7 Car inspection system
X8 DC signal interface 8
X9 DC signal interface9
X10 DC signal interface10
X11 DC signal interface11
X12 Inspection signal common
J4
X12 Inspection signal common
COP inspection system
DW Down inspection signal
UP Up inspection signal
PE PE
CANH CAN communication extension

4. Wiring and Installation


interface
CANL CAN communication extension
interface
24V- DC 24V- output
J6
24V+ DC 24V+ output
CANH CAN communication extension
CANL interface
CAN communication extension
24V- interface
DC 24V- output
24V+ DC 24V+ output
S1 -- Function selection Function selection
JP1 -- Hardware upgrade short pin Hardware upgrade
CAN communication termination Function consistent with
JP2 --
resistors define
Function consistent with
JP4 -- Call expansion board interface
define
JP37 -- Cartop controller interface

K-CI1000 Car Call Expansion Board Terminals

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4. Wiring and Installation

K-CI1000 Car Call Expansion Board Description


Terminal function
Term Sym Terminal setting (default) Default
(default)
P1 n+1 floor car registration signal
P2 n+2 floor car registration signal
P3 n+3 floor car registration signal
P4 n+4 floor car registration signal
P5 n+5 floor car registration signal
P6 n+6 floor car registration signal
P7 n+7 floor car registration signal
P8 n+8 floor car registration signal
J1 Expansion input interface
J2 Expansion output interface
4. Wiring and Installation

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4. Wiring and Installation

Terminal resistor setting

4. Wiring and Installation

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4. Wiring and Installation

Duplex configuration CAN Terminal Resistor Setting

Group Control CAN Terminal Resistor Setting


4. Wiring and Installation

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4. Wiring and Installation

Notes of Grounding

CAUTION
Notes

Please be sure grounding terminals to control cabinet.


Do not share ground wire with power equipment, etc

Motor must be grounded ,and connect to the power ground PE directly.(S4mm2Bold with
the increase of the motor power )

Cabinet must be grounded, and connect to the power ground PE directly.

Hall door and car grounding can connect to cabinetgrounding pile head.

LOP Must be grounded.

Using grounding wiring according to the standard,shorten the length of grounding wiring
as possible.

Do not use grounding wires into a circuit when more than two cabinets

Correctly Wrong

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4. Wiring and Installation

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5. Fusion Operator Description

5. Fusion Operator Description

5.1. FUSION Operator


Operator Layout
The FUSION operator provides a highly visible LED display, 8 LED indicators for the most
important status information, and a keypad. The operator allows you to set operating
parameters and perform system diagnostics

No Symbol Description

1 Menu Return to previous menu

5. Fusion Operator Description


2 Increment parameter names or values

3 Decrement parameter names or values

To change U1.xx values in main monitor interface:


Function
U1.10 U1.07 U1.16 U1.18 U1.19 U1.20
code
4
Current Current Output Output Output Bus
Description
floor speed current frequency power voltage
Display AS=88 8888 A888.8 H88.88 P888.8 U888.8

5 Enter Move to next menu, confirm or save current operation


Door open operation in main interface (car stopped in door zone in auto
6 Menu+
mode)
Door closed operation in main interface (car stopped in door zone in
7 Menu+
auto mode)
8 Reset Reset drive fault

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5. Fusion Operator Description

Operator LED Status Indicators

No Symbol Meaning Description


1 UP UP indication ON when the elevator is running up
2 DN DOWN indication ON when the elevator is running down

ON in normal operation
Elevator status
3 NOR Flashes in attendant operation or full load mode
indication
OFF in inspection or emergency power operation

Flashes during door opening


4 OPN Open door
ON when door is fully open
Flashes during door closing
5 CLS Close door
ON when door is fully closed
Flashes quickly during normal operation
6 CAN Car communication Flashes once per second when communication is
faulted
On when the Elevator is locked
7 LK Fire / lock
Flashes during fire service
8 ERR Elevator fault ON when a system fault is detected
5. Fusion Operator Description

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5. Fusion Operator Description

LED Character Status Displays

No Display Meaning

1 AU, Automatic operation; 01, current floor

2 SP, Inspection operation; 01, current floor

3 UP directional preference, in door zone; 01, current floor

4 DN directional preference, in door zone; 01, current floor

5 Load, program loading

6 Rst.df, restoring to default parameters

7 Clr.ft, clear fault

8 -END-, appears after restoring default values or cancelling faults

9 Std..V, hoist machine self learn

10 Tun, hoist machine self learn started

11 Tun.., hoist machine self learn in progress

12 TunEd, hoist machine self learn complete

5. Fusion Operator Description


13 TunEr, hoist machine self learn failed

14 Std..H, shaft self learn

15 AS..01, shaft self learn in progress

16 SUC., successful shaft self learn; 08, current floor

17 FAL., failed shaft self learn; 08, current floor

Asynchronous motor slip correction status


18
Synchronous motor induced potential correction status
Asynchronous motor slip correction on-going
19
Synchronous motor induced potential correction on-going
Asynchronous motor slip correction ending
20
Synchronous motor induced potential correction ending

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5. Fusion Operator Description

Parameter Menu Navigation


5. Fusion Operator Description

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5. Fusion Operator Description

5. Fusion Operator Description

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5. Fusion Operator Description

5.2. PC Operation Software


PC Interface

No. Device Name Description

PC Connects to the PC and control system


communication
1. USB TO RS232 cable or standard serial
connection
cable cable

Computer application software

2. PC software Integrated control system adjustment,


fault diagnosis and analysis, system
monitoring

User interface device


3. PC
Support Win XP/Win 7 32bit & 64bit

PC Interface Functionality
5. Fusion Operator Description

No. Function Description

Elevator condition monitoring, elevator run actual data


System
1. monitoring, fault check, control system terminal status
monitoring
monitoring

Elevator parameter configuration, motor auto-tune, inspection


2. Guide adjustment test run, hoistway auto-tune, comfort adjustment, leveling offset
adjustment

High-level High-level parameter configuration, parameter managing,


3.
configuration software version check

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5. Fusion Operator Description

Operating Instructions Explanatory Chart

Use standard DB9 serial cable or USB/RS232


cable connection between the computer and
ZXK-6000-S- A M-RS232 port.

Please install the driver as required when using the


USB to RS232 cable model, and record the
corresponding USB serial communication port.

Open and log in to the software, operate


according to the instructions
Select the serial terminal number correctly.
Double-click the connection button to create
software and the control system
communication

Custom operation: System monitoring, System


adjustment, High-level adjustment, parameter
upload/download

5.3. Controller Indicators Description


ZXK-6000-S- A Indicators Description

5. Fusion Operator Description

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5. Fusion Operator Description

Cartop controller K-CT1000 Indicators Description

Input signals status CAN communciation Relay input signals status


Power status indicator
indicator status indicator indicator

Front door operator Front door operator Rear door operator Rear door operator
Car weighing switch
monitoring status control status monitoring status control status
status indicator
indicator indicator indicator indicator
5. Fusion Operator Description

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5. Fusion Operator Description

Car registration K-CC1000 Indicators Description

1 16 floor button status Input signal status indicator Input signal status indicator
indicator
LE3 LE18: LE24 LE32: LE19 LE23:
Switch signals P1~P24 status Input signals P22 P30status Input signalsP17 P21status
indicator indicator indicator

Controller Power indicator CAN communcation status indicator

LE1: Power indicator LE2: CAN communcation status indicator

5. Fusion Operator Description

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5. Fusion Operator Description
5. Fusion Operator Description

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

6.1. Parameter/Task Association

Primary Menu Secondary Menuc Tertiary Menu Description

FA1 FA1.01FA1.06 Drive hardware environment

FA2 FA2.01FA2.05 Drive control environment

FB1 FB1.01FB1.16 Operating mode

FC1 FC1.01FC1.12 Operating sequence

FC3 FC3.01FC3.07 Motor V/F attributes

FD2 FD2.01FD2.05 Motor parameters

FE1 FE1.01FE1.06 ASR attributes

FE2 FE2.01FE2.10 Encoder signal setting

F FE5 FE5.01FE5.17 Zero speed threshold


Motor control
menu FH5 FH5.01FH5.07 Torque compensation

FJ1 FJ1.01 Motor overload protection

FJ2 FJ2.01FJ2.06 Drive overheat protection

FL1 FL1.01FL1.06 Over torque protection

FL2 FL2.01FL2.04 Speed protection

FL3 FL3.01FL3.03 Encoder protection 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

FL4 FL4.01FL4.12 Phase failure protection

FL5 FL5.01FL5.05 Drive hardware environment

FL6 FL6.01FL6.04 Drive control environment

LA1 LA1.00LA1.06 Elevator speed setting

L LA2 LA2.00LA2.07 Acceleration/Deceleration times


Elevator
control menu LA3 LA3.00LA3.04 Inspection control

LA4 LA4.00 Direction drop delay

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Primary Menu Secondary Menuc Tertiary Menu Description

LD0 LD0.01LD0.64 Up level offset

LD1 LD1.01LD1.64 Down level offset

LE0 LE0.00LE0.05 Floor setting

LE1 LE1.01LE1.64 Floor display setting

LF0 LF0.00LF0.99 Customize functional menu

LF1 LF1.00LF1.09 Customize functional menu

LF2 LF2.00~LF2.64 Starting time of floor dont stop

LF3 LF3.01~LF3.64 end time of floor dont stop

LH0 LH0.00LH0.02 Input points logic

LH3 LH3.01LH3.40 Input points definition

LH4 LH4.00LH4.06 Output points definition

LH5 LH5.00LH5.03 Front door layout

LH6 LH6.00LH6.03 Rear door layout

LH7 LH7.00LH7.03 Double doors layout

LL0 LL0.00LL0.02 Duplex/group control

LT0 LT0.00LT0.16 Timer setting

P0 P0.00P0.02 Password
6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

P1 P1.00P1.01 Initial operation


P

Functional P2 P2.00P2.13 System clock


menu
P3 P3.00P3.01 System self-learn operation

P4 P4.00 Menu display

U0 U0.00 Manual call function


U
U1 U1.00U1.33 System monitoring
Monitoring
menu
U2 U2.00U2.27 Faults monitoring
Display Only
U3 U3.01U3.04 Input points monitoring

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Primary Menu Secondary Menuc Tertiary Menu Description

U4 U4.00 Output points monitoring

U5 U5.00 Front door status monitoring

U6 U6.00 Rear door status monitoring

Front door hall call


U7 U7.01U7.04
communication

Rear door hall call


U8 U8.01U8.04
communication

SET..1 Adjusting parameters

SET..2 Hoist machine self-learn


Adjusting
menu
SET..3 Shaft self-learn

SET..4 Ride adjustment

6.2. Quick Startup Set Parameters


Param Name Range and description Setting Default Ref.

SET..1

0: ABZ incremental encoder


1: ABZ UVW incremental encoder
FA1.06 Encoder type 2: 1387 encoder 0-7 2 *
3-6: Spare
7: 1313 encoder

Motor control selection:


0: V/F control
1: Spare
FA2.01 Motor control 2: Asynchronous, induction 0-5 5 * 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters
3: Spare
4: Spare
5: ACPM

Motor rotation 0: Forward direction (U, V, W)


FB1.15 0, 1 0 *
(Phase order) 1: Reverse direction (U, W, V)

Motor rated
FE2.01 Rated motor horsepower 0.1 - 200.0 6.4 *
power

Motor pole
FE2.02 Pole number setting 2 - 48 20 *
number

Set rated current (used as


Motor rated reference value for motor
FE2.03 0.1 - 500.0 15 *
current protection)
Unit : A

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Param Name Range and description Setting Default Ref.

Rated motor
induced
PMSM: VRMS @ rated speed 300
potential
FE2.04 0.0 - 480.0 300

Rated motor
ACPM: Name plate rated voltage 380
voltage

Rated Name plate rated frequency. 0.00 -


FE2.05 15.9 *
frequency Unit: Hz 600.00

Rated rotation Rated motor RPM.


FE2.06 1 - 36000 95 *
speed Unit: RPM

Motor no load No load current setting. Learned


FE2.07 0.1 - 500.0 0 *
current value. Unit : A

Rated slip setting (asynchronous


FE2.08 Rated slip motor). 0.10 - 20.00 1.50 *
Unit: HZ

Phase to phase (line to line)


Line to line
FE2.09 resistance setting determined by 0.01 - 30.0 0.922 *
resistance
auto learn of synchronous motor.

Voltage drop from motor leakage


Leakage
FE2.10 reactance as a % of motor rated 0.0 - 60.0 18.0% *
reactance
voltage.

FH5.01 Encoder pulses Encoder pulses per rotation 100 - 20000 2048 *

Encoder sample Encoder signal sample time. Unit:


FH5.02 1.0 - 25.0 3.0 *
time ms

0: Motor forward rotation


Encoder phase A phase ahead
FH5.03 0, 1 0 *
sequence 1: Motor forward rotation
B phase ahead
6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Encoder Z phase output validity.


Determines if the phase Z encoder
Z phase
FH5.06 output is used or ignored. 0, 1 0 *
function
0: Invalid
1: Enabled

Encoder electrical angle offset. Set


Encoder
FH5.07 by motor learn operation. ACPM 0.0 - 359.9 0 *
current angle
only.

LA1.00 Rated speed Contract speed. Unit: mm/s 100 - 8000 1750 *

Maximum
LA1.01 Unit: mm/s 100 - A1.00 1750 *
speed

Total floors Must match the number of door


LE0.01 2 - 64 10 *
setting zone vanes in hoistway

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Param Name Range and description Setting Default Ref.

High-low
voltage 0: Monitor both
LF0.02 detection 1: Monitor high voltage only 0 - 65535 0 *
(safety, door 2: Monitor low voltage only
locks)

0 Encoder incrementation and


High speed position indication match
LF0.50 counter 1 Incrementation and position 065535 0 *
direction indication do not match
Power off is valid

Low voltage
LH0.00 P1.0 - P2.7 input points logic setting 0000 - FFFF C0CC *
inputs logic

Low voltage
LH0.01 P3.0 - P4.7 input points logic setting 0000 - FFFF 0038 *
inputs logic

Low voltage
LH0.02 BB input points logic setting 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
inputs logic

Door control
Front door control board inputs
LH1.00 board input 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
logic
logic

Door control
LH2.00 board input Rear door control board inputs logic 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
logic

SET..2

P3.00 Motor self-learn Motor self-learn operation menu N/A N/A *

SET..3

P3.01 Shaft self-learn Shaft self-learn operation menu N/A N/A *

6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters


SET..4

Carrier Carrier frequency setting. Normally


FA2.02 2.0~16.0 8.0 *
frequency requires no adjustment.

Position control will be applied to


prevent rollback at the beginning of
Position control
FB1.13 the run. 0,1 0 *
on start
0: Disabled
1: Enabled

Current ramp
FC3.06 Current ramp down time. Unit: s 0.00~2.50 0.00 *
down time

High-speed
FE5.01 proportional 0~100 20 *
gain

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Param Name Range and description Setting Default Ref.

Low-speed
FE5.02 proportional 0~100 20 *
gain

Starting
FE5.03 proportional 0~100 30 *
gain

High-speed
FE5.04 integration 0~1000 100mS *
time

Low-speed
FE5.05 integration 0~1000 100mS *
time

Starting High speed/low speed proportional


FE5.06 integration gain and integration time switching 0~1000 10ms *
time frequency

ASR Switching Switching frequency from low


FE5.07 0.00~300.00 50.00
Frequency speed to high speed gain. Unit: Hz

Torque filter Torque command delay


FE5.09 0.1~25.0 1.0 *
time Unit: ms

Output torque Sets amount of torque


FE5.10 0.0~500.0 150.0% *
limit compensation when starting in the
up direction with a heavy load.
Sets the amount of torque
Braking torque compensation when starting in the
FE5.11 0.0~500.0 150.0% *
upper limit down direction with a light load.
Closed loop operation.

Rate of torque limit change for


Torque limit
FE5.13 FE5.10 and FE5.11 from 0 - 100% 0.01~2.50 0.30 *
change time
in seconds. Closed loop operation.
6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Position control
Proportional gain in position
FE5.16 proportional 0.1~10.0 1.5 *
closed-loop control. Anti rollback.
gain

FE5.17 Current gain Current loop proportional gain 20~150 50% *

Induced
potential Synchronous motor
FH5.09 correction 0-1 0 *
Motor slip
Asynchronous motor
correction

LA2.00 Start jerk Unit: mm/s3 1001000 400 *

LA2.01 Acceleration Unit: mm/s2 1001000 500 *

LA2.02 Approach jerk Unit: mm/s3 1001000 400 *

LA2.03 Decel jerk Unit: mm/s3 1001000 400 *

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Param Name Range and description Setting Default Ref.

LA2.04 Deceleration Unit: mm/s2 1001000 500

LA2.05 Approach jerk Unit: mm/s3 1001000 400

LA2.06 Low Speed Desired speed when the S-Curve is 0 - 100 2


finished, immediately before the
brake is dropped. Unit: mm/s

LA2.07 Motor lag time Time from initiating speed 10 - 1000 100
command to motor response. Unit:
ms

Parking speed
LA4.00 Adjustment menu 0~50 20 *
compensation

LF0.84 Dwell Speed Dwell speed at start. Temporarily 0 65535 0 5


holds frequency/speed reference at
start for the time set by LF0.85 to
offset the effect of high inertia
loads. Unit: mm/s

LF0.85 Dwell Time Dwell time at start. Sets the amount 0 - 65535 0 500
of time LF0.84 will be active.
Unit: ms

Brake pick Time after direction command 0 - 1000 100


LT0.00 delay issue/acknowledge before brake *
should pick. Unit: ms

Brake pick/hold Time after takeoff before brake 0 - 5000 1000


LT0.01 delay voltage drops from pick to hold. *
Unit: ms

Brake drop Delay before dropping brake after 0 - 1000 500


LT0.02 delay speed command is dropped. Unit: *
ms

Direction Delay from brake drop to direction 0 - 1000 700 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters
LT0.03 cancellation signal drop. Unit: ms *
delay

Speed Time from brake pick to speed 0 - 3000 800


LT0.04 *
command delay command assertion. Unit: ms

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

6.3. SET..1 Set system parmeters


System parmeters set and description

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FA1.06 Encoder selection 0-7 [2]


Choose the encoder type used.
0: ABZ incremental encoder
1: ABZUVW incremental encoder
2: 1387 encoder
3: Spare
4: Spare
5: Spare
6: Spare
7: 1313, ACPM

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FA2.01 Motor control mode 0-5 [5]


0: V/F control
1: Spare
2: Asynchronous, induction
3: Spare
4: Spare
5: ACPM

Function Description Setting range (default value)

0: Forward direction (U, V, W)


FB1.15 0-1 [0]
1: Opposite direction (U, W, V)
For closed loop control, if this value is changed, also verify encoder direction FH5.03 is set
to match the direction of up and down commands

Confirm the parameters before test run


6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

CAUTION

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.01 Rated motor horsepower 0.1-200.0 [6.4]


Set before motor self-learn.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.02 Number of motor poles 2 - 48 [20]


Set before motor self-learn.
Number of motor poles = rated frequency/rated rotation speed x 120 [Round to the nearest
even value]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.03 Rated motor current 0.1 - 500.0 [15.0]

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Set before motor self- learn.


Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.04 Rated motor voltage 0.0 - 480.0 [380/300]

Synchronous motor: the default is 300


CAUTION Asynchronous motor: according to the motor nameplate , the default is 380

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.05 Rated motor frequency 0.00 - 600.00Hz [15.90]


Set before motor self- learn.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.06 Rated motor RPM 1 - 36000 [95]


Set before motor self- learn.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.07 No-load current 0.1 - 500.0 [0]


Set automatically by a successful auto-tune.

Synchronous motor default is 0. Refer to the motor nameplate for asynchronous


CAUTION motors.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.08 Rated motor slip 0.10 - 20.00 [1.50]


Set automatically by a successful auto-tune. Used to calculate torque limits and for motor
protection.

Synchronous motor setting = 0.0


CAUTION

Function Description Setting range (default value) 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters


FE2.09 Line to line (phase to phase) resistance 0.01 - 30.0 [0.922]
Set automatically by a successful auto-tune. (Motor stator winding line-to-line resistance.)

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.10 Leakage reactance % of motor 0.0 - 60.0 [18.0]


Set automatically by a successful auto-tune. Voltage drop from motor leakage as a
percentage of motor voltage.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FH5.01 Encoder pulses per revolution (PPR) 100 - 20000 [2048]


Make sure Encoder pulses per revolution (PPR) is right , otherwise the motor can not work
normally.

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FH5.02 PG filter time 1.0 - 25.0 [3.0]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FH5.03 PG phase sequence 0 - 1 [0]


0: Forward rotation A phase leading.
1: Forward rotation B phase leading.

Parameter set during motor self-learn in static state.


In forward rotation, motor rotates counter-clockwise looking from the output side. Generally
speaking, PG is A phase leading when it is installed at the load side. On the opposite of the load
side, B phase is leading.
drive
motor
Forward rotation order PGencoder

Pulse output

B phase look-ahead when the set


A phase look-ahead when the set
value is 1
value is 0
A phase A phase
B phase B phase
The output axle is a anticlockwise
rotation(CCM) when the drive is
forward rotation order
Forward rotation order

Forward rotation
A phase
B phase

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FH5.06 Encoder Z phase validity. 0 1 [0]


0: Invalid
6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

1: Valid
According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FH5.07 Encoder angle 0.0 - 359.9 [0.0]


Automatically set when synchronous motor finishes self-learn.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LA1.00 Rated speed of elevator 100 - 8000mm/s [1750]


Set according to elevator nameplate. This is the reference value for the running speed of the
elevator.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

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LA1.01 Maximum running speed of elevator 100 - A1.00mm/s [1750]


This is the upper limit for the actual running speed of the elevator. (Set same as rated speed.)

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LE0.01 Total floors served by the elevator 2 64 [16]


Total floors must correspond to the number of installed landing system vanes.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.02 High/Low voltage detection 0 65535 [2]


0: Detect both
1: Detect high voltage only
2: Detect low voltage only
Test mode selection for the safety circuit, return circuit for landing door locks and car locks.
0:Safety circuit tests low voltage point P2.5 and high voltage point P5.2. Door lock return
circuit tests low voltage point P2.4, high voltage point P5.0 of the hall door lock, and high
voltage point P5.1 of the car door lock.
1:Safety circuit tests high voltage point P5.2. Door lock tests hall lock high voltage point P5.0
and car lock high voltage point P5.1.
2:Safety circuit tests low voltage point P2.5. Return circuit for door lock tests door lock low
voltage point P2.4.
Other setting values: Reserved.

Set LF0.02=1 when cabinet without safety and door lock circuit.

High voltage is DC/AC110V15%


CAUTION

Function Description Setting range (default value)


LF0.06 Radom run enable 0 65535 [16]
Set radom run enable

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.50 High speed counter direction 065535[0] 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Set High speed counter direction.


0Positive counter
1Reverse counter
Other setting values: Reserved.
Judge high speed counter direction before shafe self-learn. (Confirm FB1.15 is
right).
Monitoring U1.09( elevator current height).

Logic setting, Input points

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH0.00 P1.0 - P2.7 input logic 0000FFFFC0CC


LH0.00 show P1.0P2.7 input points logic settinghexadecimalNormally open is 0. Normally
closed is 1.

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6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Low
Voltage P2.7 P2.6 P2.5 P2.4 P2.3 P2.2 P2.1 P2.0
Inputs
Code KZD KM1 JY KMB KH MQ MQX MQS
Lower Upper
Brake Motor Safety Door lock Thermal Middle door
Description door door
contactor contactor circuit circuit protection zone
zone zone
1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Default
C 0
Low
Voltage P1.7 P1.6 P1.5 P1.4 P1.3 P1.2 P1.1 P1.0
Inputs
Code UNTD DNTD UNT2 DNT2 UNT1 DNT1 555 551
Medium Low speed Low speed
Up Down Medium
speed UP UP DOWN
Description directionalDirectional speed DOWN 24V+ 24V
decelerat decelerati deceleratio
limit limit deceleration
ion on n
1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0
Default
C C
Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH0.01 P3.0 - P4.7 logic 0000FFFF0038


LH0.01 show P3.0P4.7 input points logic settinghexadecimalNormally open is 0. Normally
closed is 1.
Low Voltage
P4.7 P4.6 P4.5 P4.4 P4.3 P4.2 P4.1 P4.0
Inputs
Code UNT3 DNT3 SAFE TZJ UPS ADX ADS
Safety DOWN UP
Safety Power off
Description spare spare spare door inspectio inspectio
door lock detection
contact n n
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Default
0 0
Low Voltage
P3.7 P3.6 P3.5 P3.4 P3.3 P3.2 P3.1 P3.0
Inputs
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Code JX JD BZK EQ2 EQ1 XF


Emergen
Inspectio Brake Earthqua Earthqua
Description spare spare cy power Main fire
n travel ke2 ke1
op
0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0
Default
3 8

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH0.02 Drive Enable (BB) 0000 - FFFF [0000]


HexadecimalNormally open is 0. Normally closed is 1.

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Front/rear doorLogic settings

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH1.00 Front door logic 0000 - FFFF [0000]


HexadecimalNormally open is 0. Normally closed is 1

Front door
P28 P27 P21 P23 P20 P1 P11 P9
logic inputs
Model K-CC1000 K-CC1000K-CC1000K-CC1000K-CC1000 K-CT1000 K-CT1000 K-CT1000
Description Close door Firefighter Spare Independ Front/rear Light Full load Light load
in fire ent door curtain
service operation transfer
Default 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0
Front door
P2 P17 P18 P4 P3 P12 P24 P22
logic inputs
Model K-CT1000 K-CC1000 K-CC1000 K-CT1000 K-CT1000 K-CT1000 K-CC1000 K-CC1000
Description Safety Door close Door openDoor closeDoor open Over load Bypass Attendant
edge button button limit limit hall call operation
(Attendan
t)
Default 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH2.00 Rear door logic 0000 - FFFF [0000]


HexadecimalNormally open is 0. Normally closed is 1

Rear door
P28 P27 P21 P23 P20 P5 P11 P9
logic inputs
Model K-CC1000 K-CC1000K-CC1000 K-CC1000 K-CC1000 K-CT1000K-CT1000 K-CT1000
Light
Description spare spare spare spare Spare spare spare
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curtain
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Default
0 0
Rear door
P6 P15 P16 P8 P7 P12 P13 P14
logic inputs
Model K-CT1000 K-CC1000K-CC1000 K-CT1000 K-CT1000 K-CT1000K-CC1000K-CC1000
Door Door Door Door
Safety
Description close open close open spare spare spare
edge
button button limit limit
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Default
0 0

Setting when use double COPs or 2 pcs car top boards .

Input / output terminal monitor

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Code Terminal monitor description

Controller inputs P1.0 - P2.7 status monitor

U3.01

Controller inputs P3.0 P4.7 status monitor

U3.02

Outside enabled signal status monitor

U3.03

Motor control monitoring

U3.04

Fusion output monitoring


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U4.00

Front door control board input monitoring

U5.00

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Rear door control board input monitoring

U6.00

Above and below the tag line (boundary), each vertical segment of the display
monitors 1 input.

Remark

6.4. SET..2 Motor Auto Tune


Function Description Setting range (default value)

P3.00 Motor auto tune 0 - 4 [N/A]


Please choose according to actual situation:
0: Line resistance (static type)
1: Line resistance and motor leakage reactance (static type)
2: Line resistance, leakage reactance and no-load current (rotation type)
3: Pole position (rotation)
4: Pole position (static)

Synchronous Machine Static Auto Tune


When using ABZUVW incremental encoder, a rotating auto tune must be
CAUTION performed.

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Step 1. Ensure motor UVW, grounding, brake and encoder are wired correctly.
Step 2. During the static auto tune process, the system will automatically close the main
contactors. Before doing a static auto tune, verify the motor contactor, brake contactor,
and external hardware.
Step 3. Place car on inspection. Check that safety and door lock circuits are made.
Step 4. Line to line resistance and leakage reactance:
Confirm the brake is dropped. Go to function P3.00. The display will prompt [Std .. V].
Set parameter to 1. The display will show [tUn] when auto tune is starting.
Press Enter on the operator. The system will automatically close the main contactor,
start the static auto-tune, and display [tUn ..].
Step 5. Motor pole position auto learn:
Verify the brake is dropped. Go to function P3.00. Set motor auto tune value to 4. The
display will prompt [tUn ]. Press enter on the operator. The system will automatically
close the main contactor and start the static auto tune. The display will show [tUn..]
when motor auto tune begins. Ensure value of FH5.07
Go to function P3.00 again , Set motor auto tune value to 4. The display will prompt
[tUn ]. Press enter on the operator. The system will automatically close the main

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contactor and start the static auto tune. The display will show [tUn..] when motor auto
tune begins. Ensure value of FH5.07
Ensure FH5.07(The difference between the two numerical) Value of FE2.02
Step 6. When the display prompts [tUnEd], the contactor will release. Press the Menu button to
exit the auto tune.

Asynchronous Machine Static Auto Tune


Step 1. Ensure motor UVW, grounding, brake and encoder are wired correctly.
Step 2. During the static auto tune process, the system will automatically close the main
contactors. Before doing a static auto tune, verify the motor contactor, brake contactor,
and external hardware.
Step 3. Place car on inspection. Check that safety and door lock circuits are made.
Step 4. Go to function P3.00. The display will prompt [Std..V]. Set the parameter to 1. The
display will prompt [tUn] ].
Step 5. Press Enter on the operator. The system will automatically close the main contactor,
start the static auto-tune, and display [tUn ..]
Step 6. When the display prompts [tUnEd], the static auto tune has completed. The contactor
will release. Press the Menu button to exit the auto tune.
.

Supporting Auto Tune Information

It is important to follow each step for synchronous and asynchronous machine


auto tune procedures.
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CAUTION
During motor auto tune process, if any of the following are detected the system
will be unable to auto tune:

a. Elevator is in inspection mode or is under emergency power status.

b. Safety circuit is open.

c. Hall door and car door lock are open.


d. P2.7 brake contact feedback signal made.

e. P3.3 brake travel switch feedbacks signalmade

f. P2.6 motor contactor monitor signal made


g. System sent an output signal to run contactor but has not received the
feedback signal.
If dynamic auto tune is required, please jumper 551 on the control board, P2.7
brake contactor feedback signal, and P3.3 brake travel switch before starting
the auto tune.

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1. During auto tune process, if there is an abnormal condition (such as drive noise,
burning smell or smoke, etc). Press the stop switch immediately and stop the
CAUTION auto tune.
2. For fault LE 1~9 during auto tune, please verify brake, motor, and encoder
wiring . Also check that motor and encoder parameters are set correctly.
Fault Fault description
Did not reach test current: motor disconnected, motor parameter
LE 1
setting error
LE 2 Test result not valid
Did not reach test speed: motor shaft load too large, motor parameter
LE 3
setting error, incorrect encoder wiring.
LE 4 Incorrect encoder phase
LE 5 Missing Z-phase signal
LE 6 Z-phase voltage setting incorrect
LE 7 Motor does not rotate (motor or encoder disconnected)
LE 8 Wrong phase
LE 9 Encoder and motor poles disagree or wrong encoder wiring

3. If the static auto tune does not detect encoder direction, perform several motor
pole position learns (P3.00 set to 4). Record and compare FH5.07 initial pole
position. If the two learned values are consistent, auto tuning was successful.
Otherwise check motor and encoder parameters and repeat motor auto tune.
4. On the initial inspection run, with the car in the middle of the hoistway to avoid
activating limit switches, verify run direction matches motor rotation. If not,
check wiring and FB1.15 motor.
5. Monitor U1.21 output current when running up and down on inspection. Normal
current indicates proper auto tune. Otherwise verify relevant parameters and
associated connections.

6.5 SET..3 Shaft Self-learn


Function Description Setting range (default value)

P3.01 Shaft learn 0 1 [N/A]

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1. Safety circuit normal (corresponding inputs low voltage P2.5 and high
CAUTION voltage P5.2).
2. Door locks return circuit normal (corresponding inputs low voltage P2.4, high
voltage P5.0 and P5.1).
3. Verify at least one inspection switches set to INSPECTION. NOR[mal]
indicator light on. This matches input points P3.4 and P3.5).
4. The elevator stops in the ground floor door zone (input P2.2 active).
5. DNT1 correctly (corresponding input P1.2).
6. UNT1 activates correctly (corresponding input P1.3).
7. Up directional limit does not act (input P1.7).
8. Brake travel switch is normal.
9. Set the logic of the associated inputs before the hoistway self-learn if the
elevator is equipped with NTS2 or NTS3 switches.
10. Verify elevator will operate normally in test run mode
11. Verify run direction is correct.
12. Verify current running speed at U1.07 is accurate.
13. Verify current height at U1.09 is accurate.

Self-learn Process
Step 1. Ensure low speed operation is normal and electrical and mechanical installation
is correct.
Step 2. On Inspection operation, check that all deceleration switches, limit switches,
electrical limit switches and door zone switches are normal. Check door zone
magnetic vane installation.
Step 3. Check U1.09 to ensure car vertical position increments/decrements correctly
during up and down runs. If not, set LF0.50 high-speed counting direction (cycle
power after resetting).
Step 4. On inspection operation, ensure U1.18 output frequency provides LA1.02
inspection speed. If not, check settings of FE2.05 rated frequency and FE2.06
rated rotation speed.
Step 5. On Inspection operation, ensure U1.07 Elevator running speed is consistent with
LA 1.02 inspection speed. If not, check the settings of LA0.00 Elevator rated
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speed.
Step 6. On Inspection, run the Elevator to the bottom door zone (limit switch not
activated).
Step 7. Ensure E0.01 total floors setting and main board inputs logical settings are
correct.
Step 8. Enter menu P3.01, the system will display [Std..H]. Set value to 1.
Step 9. The display will show [AS.01]. Press UP inspection to begin shaft self-learn (the
last two numbers, 01, of the display show the current floor number)
Step 10. Press Up inspection until the Elevator leaves the door zone. The Elevator will
begin shaft self-learn at inspection speed
Step 11. During Shaft self-learn, when the Elevator activates the UNT1 switch, the speed
will change to D0.06 leveling speed. Self-learn is complete when the door zone
signal activates. The display shows [SUC.xx] (successful) or [FAL.xx] (failure).

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Shaft Learn Failure Causes


Position encoding direction reversed. When Elevator goes up, parameter
U1.09 Elevator height decreases.
Door zone magnetic vane numbers not equal to total floor settings or
installation position improper. Check P2.2 door zone signal.
CAUTION
DNT1 did not reset or may be shorted.
UNT1 sticking or installation position too high.

Door Operator Adjustment


Step 1. Frequency door operator can be controlled by car controller in general.
Signals(open/close the door button,open/close the door limit switchopen/close
the door outputSAF/AP switch)all connect to car board according to electrical
schematic diagram.Ensure the wiring is correct, communication is normal.
Step 2. Elevator test run to leveling , must be on inspection mode .
Step 3. On inspection mode , press UP or down button to make the elevator door
closed.after fully closed monitoring open/close the door arrive signal feedback by
car controller U5.00 front door input monitor /U6.00 rear door input monitor.
Step 4. On inspection modepress UP and down to make elevator open. after fully open
monitoring open/close the door arrive signal feedback by car controller U5.00
front door input monitor /U6.00 rear door input monitor
Step 5. Turn all kinds of control switches in COP , monitoring car controller signals
feedback (U5.00 front door input monitor).

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Step 6. Retaining device of light curtain / safety plate (front door or rear door)monitoring
car controller signals feedbackU5.00 front door input monitor /U6.00 rear door
input monitor.
Step 7. On normally operation , After determining the elevator trouble-free,.Check the
elevator runs according to the normal sequence whether or not.

6.6. SET..4 High Speed Ride Adjust


Before High Speed Running
Ensure all switches in the safety circuit work properly.
Ensure car/hall door locks are not shorted and activate properly.
Ensure all hoistway switches are installed correctly and activate normally.
Confirm shaft self-learn is complete and logic settings of all inputs on main
board and car controllers are correct.
Run the car to a landing at low speed and set it on normal operation. Verify the
CAUTION
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communications are normal. If not, check terminating resistors and baud rate
settings

Ride Comfort Adjustment

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FA2.02 Carrier frequency 2.0 - 16.0 [8.0]


Normally requires no adjustment.
Adjust frequency to minimize interference and leakage current (Carrier frequency).
Adjust carrier frequency if:
Reduce if distance is too great between Fusion and motor.
Reduce when low-speed operation produces instability in speed and torque.
Reduce if there is excessive leakage current from motor control circuitry.
Increase if the motor is noisy.
With increasing carrier frequency, Fusion overload current values decrease. This can be
detected by Fusion even if the load current is less than 150% overload (OL1 fault).
Function Description Setting range (default value)

Position control on start. Position control


0: Disabled
FB1.13 will be applied to prevent rollback at the [0]
1: Enabled
beginning of the run.
According to actual configuration
Function Description Setting range (default value)

FC3.06 Current ramp down time 0.00 - 2.50s [0.00]


Determines time used to ramp down power to the motor.
According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE2.08 Motor rated slip 0.1020.001.50


Asynchronous motor is effective
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Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE5.01 High-speed proportional gain 0 - 100 [20]

FE5.02 Low-speed proportional gain 0 - 100 [20]

FE5.03 Start proportional gain 0 - 100 [30]

FE5.04 High-speed integration time 0 - 1000ms [100]

FE5.05 Low-speed integration time 0 - 1000ms [100]

FE5.06 Start integration time 0 - 1000ms [10]

Gain Adjusting and Switching at Low / High Speed


In low or high speed running, vibration may be caused by resonance in mechanical systems.
Adjust low speed / high-speed proportional gains and integration times, proportional gain P and
integral time I as shown below.

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Low / High speed proportional gain and integration time switchover

ASR Adjustment for Vector and Speed Control


Under actual load conditions, adjust FE5.01 to FE5.06.

Decrease the value of FE5.03


(start proportional gain) for no-
vibration at zero-speed

Decrease value of FE5.06 (start


integration time) for no-
vibration at zero-speed

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Decrease value of FE5.03 (start
Is there vibration at the highest
proportional gain) for no-
rotation?
vibration at zero-speed

Decrease value of FE5.04 (start


integration time) for no-
End of adjustment
vibration under high speed
operation

For vector control (ASR) is used to adjust deviation between the speed command and
speed deviation detection value (encoder feedback) to zero and operate the torque
instruction.
The illustration below is the speed control for time vector controls (ASR) block diagram.

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Proportion Torque deviation Torque upper


Frequency instruction
instruction gain Torque filtering limit Torque
+ + instruction
P F

+ +
Feedback
frequency I

Integration Integration
time upper limit

ASR control block diagram


Fine Tuning (ASR) Proportional Gain
Set proportional gain of the speed control (ASR) to adjust control response (improves with
increasing value). Usually, the greater the load, the greater the set value. However, too large a
value will cause vibration.
Motor speed
Proportional gain of the speed
control increased (resonance if too
much gain)

Not enough proportional gain


of the speed control

Proportional gain change response diagram


Fine Adjustment of (ASR) Integration Time
Set the integration time of the speed control (ASR) to improve response. If integration time
is too short, it will produce vibration.

Fine Adjustment of (ASR) Integration Time


Set the integration time of the speed control (ASR) to improve response. If integration time
is too short, it will produce vibration.
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Motor The integral time of the speed


speed control is short

Integral time of the speed


control is too long

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Integration time change response diagram


Adjustment, Low-speed
Under actual load conditions, adjust in the zero speed state. Maximize FE5.02 and FE5.03
values for no vibration. Minimize FE5.05 and FE5.06.
Adjustment, High-speed
Adjust under normal operation. Maximize the FE5.01 value to reduce vibration. Minimize
FE5.04 value.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE5.07 ASR switching frequency 0.00 - 300.00Hz [50.00]


Switching frequency from low speed to high speed gain.
According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE5.09 Torque filter time 0.1 - 25.0ms [1.0]


According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

Sets amount of torque compensation 0.0 - 500.0 [150.0]


FE5.10 when starting in the up direction with a
heavy load. Closed loop operation.
According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

Sets the amount of torque compensation


FE5.11 when starting in the down direction with a 0.0 - 500.0 [150.0]
light load. Closed loop operation.
According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE5.13 Torque limit change time 0.01 - 2.50 [0.30] 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters
According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE5.16 Position control proportional gain 0.1 - 10.0 [1.5]


According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

FE5.17 Current gain 20 - 150 [50]


According to actual configuration

Function Description Setting range (default value)

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Synchronous motor induced potential


FH5.09 correction 0 - 1 [0]
Asynchronous motorslip correction

Stop curve adjustment

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LA2.00 Start Jerk 100 - 1000mm/s3 [400]

LA2.01 Acceleration 100 - 1000mm/s2 [500]

LA2.02 Accel Jerk 100 1000mm/s3 [400]

LA2.03 Decel Jerk 100 1000mm/s3 [400]

LA2.04 Deceleration 100 - 1000mm/s2 [500]

LA2.05 Stop Jerk 100 - 1000mm/s3 [400]

LA2.06 Low Speed 0 100mm/s [2]

LA2.07 Motor Lag Time 10 1000ms [100]


LA2.00 Control parameters of curve starting acceleration inflection point, the smaller the
numerical, the more slowly the knee point.
LA2.01 Control parameters of acceleration, the smaller the numerical, the smaller the slope.
LA2.02 Control parameters of curve stop acceleration inflection point, the smaller the
numerical, the more slowly the knee point.
LA2.03 Control parameters of curve starting deceleration inflection point, the smaller the
numerical, the more slowly the knee point.
LA2.04 Control parameters of deceleration, the smaller the numerical, the smaller the slope.
LA2.05 Control parameters of curve stop deceleration inflection point, the smaller the
numerical, the more slowly the knee point
LA2.06 Low speed threshold determines minimum speed before stopping.
LA2.07 Motor lag time adjusts the time between command issued to the motor and motor
response. Users generally do not need to change this parameter.
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When the controller software version is higher than P2.0.00 & S 2.0.00(including
2.0.00),the curve control menu(LA2.00-LA2.03) change into LA2.00-LA2.07.
Function Description Setting range (default value)

LA4.00 Parking velocity compensation 05020

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Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.00 Brake pick delay 0 - 1000ms [100]

LT0.01 Brake pick to hold position delay 0 - 5000ms [1000]

LT0.02 Brake drop delay 0 - 1000ms [500]

LT0.00 brake pick delay : Time from given direction to output brake
LT0.01brake pick to hold position delayTime from turning on brake to picking to hold position .
output T6.4
LT0.02 Brake drop delayTime from speed cancellation to direction cancellation

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.03 Direction cancellation delay 0 - 1000ms [700]


Delay from brake drop to direction signal drop

If the brake travel switch is slow, adjust the parameter value to ensure direction
drops after the brake is fully set.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.04 Speed command delay 0 - 1000m/s [800]


Time from brake pick to speed command assertion
Guarantee of the 0 speed output of time when using without weighing
compensation function

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.05 PM contactor pick delay 05000ms50

Adjust this parament if the door shaking when close the door .

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Leveling deviation control

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LD0.01 1st floor up leveling deviation 0 - 400mm [200]

LD0.02 2nd floor up leveling deviation 0 - 400mm [200]


LD0.64 64th floor up leveling deviation 0 - 400mm [200]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LD1.01 1st floor down leveling deviation 0 - 400mm [200]

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LD1.02 2nd floor down leveling deviation 0 - 400mm [200]


LD1.64 64th floor down leveling deviation 0 - 400mm [200]
1. After confirming car position , set U0.00=manual car calls , make the
empty car runs to the direction of middle floor, and adjust LA2.02 Accel
CAUTION Jerk.
2. When elevator in leveling mode Adjustment LA 1.04 to reach leveling
accuracy .
3. When elevator in Re-leveling mode .Adjustment LA1.05 to reach
Re-leveing accuracy .
4. When elevator in UPS mode. Adjustment LA1.06 operator speed &
LF0.68
5. When elevator leveling at button floor inspection mode . Adjustment
LA1.03 inspection Low speed

No. Input data Description Setting value Default


Set the number of the floor for which 1 - total
1. Floor setting
adjustment is required floors 1
Adjust if an UP running car does not
Up leveling offset stop level with the floor. See 0 - 400 200
2.
adjustment following descriptions.
Unit: mm Ref value: NA

CAUTION
If the car is higher than the floor, reduce Leveling flat board

to compensate. Door zone


induction switch

Setting:

1) Select the corresponding floor.

2) Set the offset xx mm.

The car is higher than


{
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the sill X mm

Sill

If the car is lower than the floor, Leveling flat board

increase to compensate.
Setting:
Door zone
induction switch
1) Select the corresponding floor.

2) Set the offset + xx mm.

The car is lower than


the sill XX mm
{
Sill

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No. Input data Description Setting value Default


Running down Adjust if a DOWN running car does
1. offset not stop level with the floor. Unit: mm 0400 200
adjustment

INDICATE

If the car is higher than the floor, Leveling flat board

reduce the setting. Door zone


induction switch

Setting:
1) Select the corresponding floor.

2) Adjust the offset. xx mm

The car is higher than


the sill X mm {
Sill

If the car is lower than the floor, Leveling flat board

increase the setting.


Setting:
Door zone
induction switch
1 Select the corresponding floor.

2 Adjust the offset + xx mm.

The car is lower than


the sill XX mm
{
Sill

CAUTION
After adjustment, conduct test runs from varying distances. Adjust for best overall position.

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For auto-leveling, releveling, UPS run and homing leveling errors, reduce run speed to
compensate.

Inspection Ride Adjustment

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LA1.02 Inspection speed 0 1000 mm/s [200]

LA1.03 Inspection low speed 0 200 mm/s [100]


If enabled, the car will slow to Inspection low speed upon reaching an NTS1 switch.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LA3.00 Inspection acceleration jerk 100 - 1000m/s3 [300]

LA3.01 Inspection acceleration 100 - 1000m/s2 [300]

LA3.02 Inspection deceleration jerk 1 - 10000m/s3 [2000]

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LA3.03 Inspection deceleration 1 - 10000m/s2 [2000]


Should match up stop car delay in inspection mode .

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.06 Inspection brake drop delay 0 - 5000ms [800]

Delay from run command drop to brake drop on Inspection operation.


Effective only when setting is greater than 300 or brake drop and speed
command drop occur at the same time

The speed switch function is also used for the processing of up/down normal
terminal switch operation in shaft self-learn.

Other Running Speed Settings

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LA1.04 Leveling speed 0 - 1000mm/s [100]

LA1.05 Relevel with doors open speed 0 - 200mm/s [15]

LA1.06 UPS operating speed 0 - 200mm/s [200]


Above parameters are all upper limit value

Timer Settingsq

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.00 Brake pick delay 0 - 1000ms [100]

LT0.01 Pick to hold delay 0 - 5000ms [1000]

LT0.02 Brake drop delay 0 - 1000ms [500]


LT0.00 brake pick delay : Time from given direction to output brake
LT0.01brake pick to hold position delayTime from turning on brake to picking to hold position .
output T6.4
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LT0.02 Brake drop delayTime from speed cancellation to direction cancellation.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.03 Direction cancellation delay 0 - 1000ms [700]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.04 Speed command delay 0 - 1000ms [800]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.05 PM contactor pick delay 0 - 5000ms [50]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.06 Inspection brake drop delay 0 - 5000ms [800]

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Delay from run command drop to brake drop on Inspection operation.


Effective only when setting is greater than 300 or brake drop and speed
command drop occur at the same time

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.07 Normal operation, MLT time 0 - 500s [45]

LT0.08 UPS operation, MLT time 0 - 500s [100]


LT0.07 Overtime travel between 2 floors or overtime travel, whole riser.
LT0.08 Sets the MLT timer for the elevator to move and level into a floor under UPS operation.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.09 Fan and light shut off delay 0 - 5000s [600]


Time from idle car/parking to fan and light shut off

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.10 Idle car return delay 0 - 5000s [400]


Time before an idle Elevator returns to parking floor automatically

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.11 Thermal protection reset delay 0 - 5000s [0]


Delay after resetting thermal fault before returning to normal operation

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.12 Arriving chime duration 0 - 5000ms [1500]


Arriving chime duration as the car achieves the door zone

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.13 Door dwell delay 0 - 20s [3]


Time the doors will remain fully open before automatically closing for normal operation. 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.14 Pre-opening delay 0 10000ms [0]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.15 Firefighter operation delay 0 - 5000s [5]


Time a recalled Elevator will delay before automatically entering Fire Phase II (fireman
operation).

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.16 Releveling with door open time 0 - 5000ms [0]

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Set the maximum duration releveling with door opening may take before a fault is declared.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LT0.17 Disabled with door open time 0 - 5000ms [15]


Set time of door dwell in the disabled status

6.7. Advanced Function Instruction


Front /Rear Door Settings
Front Door Openings
Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH5.00 Front door 1st - 16th floors 0000 - FFFF [FFFF]

LH5.01 Front door 17th - 32nd floors 0000 - FFFF [FFFF]

LH5.02 Front door 33st - 48th floors 0000 - FFFF [FFFF]

LH5.03 Front door 49th - 64th floors 0000 - FFFF [FFFF]


Verify/set 1 for door opening and 0 for no door opening. For example, if H5.00 = 8007, it
sets front doors on the 1st through 16th floors as indicated below:
LH5.00 value 8 0 0 7

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

Corresponding 16 floors -- -- Openings on


valid floor floors 1, 2, and 3.

Rear Door Openings

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH6.00 Rear door 1st - 16th floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]

LH6.01 Rear door 17th - 32nd floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]

LH6.02 Rear door 33st - 48th floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]

LH6.03 Rear door 49th - 64th floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]


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Verify/set as described for front door layout above.

Double Door (Front and Rear) Simultaneous Opening

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH7.00 Front/Rear door 1st - 16th floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]

LH7.01 Front/Rear door 17th - 32nd floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]

LH7.02 Front/Rear door 33st - 48th floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]

LH7.03 Front/Rear door 49th - 64th floors 0000 - FFFF [0000]


Verify/set as described for front door layout.

Front/Rear Door Layout Example


Factory set per job configuration. Only verification of openings should be required. Front and
rear door openings per floor are set through parameters LH5 and LH6 respectively. When a door

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opening is valid, its value is 1; if invalid, its value is 0. Sets, of four openings each, are set and
displayed as a single hex value. Group LH5, front opening, defaults are FFFF (all openings valid);
group LH6, rear openings, defaults are 0000 (no openings valid).

LH7: When enabled (1), front and back doors will open simultaneously. If both front and back
doors are enabled, but the FH7 double door option is not enabled, the Elevator will open the
front and back doors depending on the state of the switch of front/rear input to the car
controller board (panel on which the call was entered).

If no door opening settings are enabled, the Elevator will pass the landing without stopping.
Assuming a building with 18 landings, with the Elevator only opening the front door from the 8th
to 17th floors, only opening rear doors from the 5 th to the 7th floor, opening both doors
simultaneously at the 1st and 18th floors, and with the 2 nd, 3rd, and 4th floors non-stop
(express), the corresponding door layout parameters should be set as follows

Floor number 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Front door layout 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1


H5.00 F F 8 1
Rear door layout 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
H6.00 0 0 7 1
Two doors layout 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
H7.00 0 0 0 1

Floor number 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

Front door layout 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1


H5.01 0 0 0 3
Rear door layout 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
H6.01 0 0 0 2
Two doors layout 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
H7.01 0 0 0 2

Low-Voltage Inputs Definition

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH3.01 P1.2 input definition 00 - 64 [1] 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

LH3.02 P1.3 input definition 00 - 64 [2]

LH3.03 P1.4 input definition 00 - 64 [3]

LH3.04 P1.5 input definition 00 - 64 [4]

LH3.05 P1.6 input definition 00 - 64 [7]

LH3.06 P1.7 input definition 00 - 64 [8]

LH3.07 P2.0 input definition 00 - 64 [10]

LH3.08 P2.1 input definition 00 - 64 [11]

LH3.09 P2.2 input definition 00 - 64 [9]

LH3.10 P2.3 input definition 00 - 64 [14]

LH3.11 P2.4 input definition 00 - 64 [22]

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LH3.12 P2.5 input definition 00 - 64 [23]

LH3.13 P2.6 input definition 00 - 64 [16]

LH3.14 P2.7 input definition 00 - 64 [17]

LH3.15 P3.0 input definition 00 - 64 [27]

LH3.16 P3.1 input definition 00 - 64 [28]

LH3.17 P3.2 input definition 00 - 64 [29]

LH3.18 P3.3 input definition 00 - 64 [15]

LH3.19 P3.4 input definition 00 - 64 [18]

LH3.20 P3.5 input definition 00 - 64 [19]

LH3.21 P3.6 input definition 00 - 64 [0]

LH3.22 P3.7 input definition 00 - 64 [0]

LH3.23 P4.0 input definition 00 - 64 [20]

LH3.24 P4.1 input definition 00 - 64 [21]

LH3.25 P4.2 input definition 00 - 64 [24]

LH3.26 P4.3 input definition 00 - 64 [25]

LH3.27 P4.4 input definition 00 - 64 [26]

LH3.28 P4.5 input definition 00 - 64 [00]

LH3.29 P4.6 input definition 00 - 64 [5]

LH3.30 P4.7 input definition 00 - 64 [6]


All low-voltage input points are defined by the below parameters.
Refer to the following list as needed:

Value Definition Value Definition

1 DNT1 2 UNT1

3 DNT2 4 UNT2
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5 DNT3 6 UNT3

7 DNTD 8 UNTD

9 Door zone signal 10 Up leveling signal

11 Down leveling signal 14 Motor thermal protection signal

15 Brake travel switch 16 Operation contactor stuck

17 Brake contactor stuck 18 Emergency electric

19 Inspection signal 20 Inspection UP

21 Inspection DOWN 22 Door lock signal

23 Safety signal 24 Power loss detection


Door open relay feedback
25 26 Preopening signal
signal,

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27 Primary Fire 28 Earthquake 1

29 Earthquake 2 30 Overload input

31 Full load input 32 Alternate fire

33 Elevator lock signal 34 Drive on signal

35 UCM reset signal / /

High-Voltage Input Definitions

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH3.37 P5.0 00 64 [60]

LH3.38 P5.1 00 64 [61]

LH3.39 P5.2 00 64 [62]

LH3.40 P5.4 00 64 [0]


All high-voltage input points are defined by the above parameters.

Refer to the following list as needed:

Parameter Parameter
Function definition Function definition
value value
60 Hall door lock 61 Car door lock

62 Safety string / /

Multifunction Output Definitions

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LH4.00 T6.1 00 - 64 [53]

LH4.01 T6.6 00 - 64 [59]

LH4.02 T7.0 00 - 64 [3] 6. ElevatorLogic and Parameters

LH4.03 T7.2 00 - 64 [2]

LH4.04 T7.4 00 - 64 [58]

LH4.05 T7.6 00 - 64 [52]

Output multi-function setting


Parameter Parameter
Function definition Function definition
value value
Reveling with door opening
1 KMY output 2
output
3 Fire service output 4 Earthquake output

5 UPS off output 6 Front door open

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7 Front door closed 8 Rear door open

9 Rear door closed 52 Low Speed Output

53 Driver power control output 58 Machine room inspection

59 UPS output

Duplex / Group Control Function Settings

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LL0.00 Elevator group number 0 - 8 [0]

LL0.01 Number of Up floors offset 0 - 64 [0]

LL0.02 Number of Down floors offset 0 - 64 [0]


Group: If one of the two Elevators has underground floors and the other does not, the one with
underground floors should be set to Group 1, the other to Group 2.
LL0.00 Elevator group number
0: simplex
1: duplex main elevator
2: duplex slave elevator
3: Group control

Setting of floor display output

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LE1.01 1st floor display 0 - 9090 [1617]

LE1.02 2nd floor display 0 - 9090 [1618]

LE1.03 3rd floor display 0 - 9090 [1619]

LE1.04 4th floor display 0 - 9090 [1620]

LE1.05 5th floor display 0 - 9090 [1621]

LE1.06 6th floor display 0 - 9090 [1622]


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LE1.07 7th floor display 0 - 9090 [1623]

LE1.08 8th floor display 0 - 9090 [1624]

LE1.09 9th floor display 0 - 9090 [1625]

LE1.10 10th floor display 0 - 9090 [1716]


LE1.64 64th floor display 0 - 9090 [2220]


The above parameters set independent display according to every floor display board
Setting
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15
value
Display
! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . /
character
Setting
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
value
Display 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; < = > ?

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character
Setting
32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
value
Display
@ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O
character
Setting
48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
value
Display
P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ _
character
Setting
64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79
value
Display
` a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o
character
Setting
80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
value
Display
p q r s t u v w x y z
character

Eg: When E1.01 is set to 3417, the Elevator will display B 1 at the bottom floor; When E1.02
set to 1617, the Elevator will display 1 at the second floor (16xx stands for putting low digit
in the middle).
Setting value 6162 6465 6768 7071 7374 7677 7980 8283 8586 8889
Display character 10A 11A 12A 13A 14A 15A 16A 17A 18A 19A
Setting value 6163 6466 6769 7072 7375 7678 7981 8284 8587 8890
Display character 10B 11B 12B 13B 14B 15B 16B 17B 18B 19B

Customized Function Instruction

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.02 High / low voltage detection 0 - 65535 [0]


Detecting means for Safety circuit, hall door lock, and car door lock

0: Detect both high voltage and low voltage. Safety circuit detects both low-voltage point P2.5
and high-voltage point P5.2. Door lock circuit detects both low-voltage point P2.4 and hall

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door lock high-voltage point P5.0 / car door lock high-voltage point P5.1.
1: Detect high voltage only. Door lock circuit detects door lock high-voltage point P5.0 / car
door lock high-voltage point P5.1.
2: Detect low voltage only. Safety circuit just detects low-voltage point P2.5 and door lock
circuit detects low-voltage point P2.4.

Other setting values: reserved.

Cabinet without safty and door lock contactors , set LF0.02 =1

High input DC/AC110V15%


CAUTION

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.04 NTS1 inspection low speed 0 - 65535 [0]


How shall the car react upon encountering the NTS1 switch at a terminal.

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0: When NTS1 switches are activated, car shall slow to inspection low speed.

1: When NTS1 switches are activated, car shall not slow to inspection low speed.
Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.05 Attendant priority enabled 0 - 65535 [0]


Attendant priority

0: Normal function
1: Car responds to car calls only, doors close automatically.

Other setting values: reserved.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.06 Door operation at parking floor 0 - 65535 [0]


0: Automatically open

1: Manually open

Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.07 Manual doors 0 - 65535 [0]


0: Disable

2: Do not detect door open/closed limits when arriving at a landing. Allow system to run again
once it detects door locks have been opened once.

6: Do not detect door open/closed limits when arriving at a landing. Allow system to run again
after 5 seconds or once it detects the door lock has been opened once.

Other setting values: reserved


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Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.08 Door control output 0 65535 [0]


0: Door closing output maintained 0.5s after door closed limit.

1: Door closing output maintained after door closes.

2: Door opening output maintained after door opens.

3: Both door opening and closing outputs maintained.

Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.09 Door close output, running car 0 65535 [4]


If an open door lock is detected while the car is running, this output asserts door closing power
for the amount of time set here.

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Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.11 Fire service modes 0 65535 [0]


0: China fire

1: Australia fire
2: UK fire

Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.14 Front/Rear door close 0 65535 [0]


0: Door locks not made, front and rear doors close simultaneously.

1: When one door reaches the door closed limit, stop outputting the command for that door
only.
Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.16 Duplex same floor door opening 0 65535 [0]


0: Main and secondary Elevators open at same time

1: Main Elevator opens only


2: Secondary Elevator opens only

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.19 Reset Fault 37, MLT/Pick to Hold detection 0 65535 [8]


Reset overtime operation, MLT, fault and brake pick to hold detection.

0: Auto reset Fault 37, Pick to Hold detection R2.


1: Manual reset Fault 37, Pick to Hold detection R2.

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4: Auto reset Fault 37, No Pick to Hold detection.
5: Manual reset Fault 37, No Pick to Hold detection.

Other setting values: reserved.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.23 Anti-nuisance 0 - 65535 [0]


0: Function disabled.
N: (number of registered car calls): If the photo eye does not activate after the car arrives at
the final permitted call and the light load input is active, cancel remaining calls above the
limit set here.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.25 Correction of floor pulse 0 - 65535 [1]

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0: Enable Floor correction as the car enters the door zone at the end of a run .set to 0 to disable
1: Disable floor correction
Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.26 Fire service buzzer output 0 65535 [1]


0: Buzzer active when fire recall initiated.
1: Buzzer active after car returns to recall floor.
Other setting values: reserved
Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.27 Communication baud rate 0 65535 [valid after power off] [0]
Set car call / hall call CAN communication baud rate
Car communication baud rate setting : [bit0]
Bit 0=0[LF0.27=0] , low baud rate
Bit 0=1[LF0.27=1] , high baud rate
Hall communication baud rate setting : [bit1]
Bit 1=0[LF0.27=0] , low baud rate
Bit 1=1[LF0.27=2] , high baud rate
Duplex & group control communication baud rate setting : [bit2]
Bit 2=0[LF0.27=0] , low baud rate
Bit 2=1[LF0.27=4] , high baud rate
Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.31 Alternate fire service recall floor 0 65535 [0]

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.32 1. Dont detect door closed limits when 0 65535 [0]


normal operating
2. Fault floor auto-homing
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3. Er 40# handling
4. Dont detect door open limits

1: Dont detect door closed limits when normal operating


Bit 0=0LF0.32=0 dont detect door closed limits when normal operating invalid.
Bit 0=1LF0.32=1 dont detect door closed limits when normal operating valid.
2: Fault floor auto-homing
Bit 1=0LF0.32=0 correction after going back to buttom floor.
Bit 1=1LF0.32=2 correction after going back to nearest floor
3: Er 40# handling
Bit 2=0LF0.32=0 correction after going back to buttom floor,and remain ERR.
Bit 2=1LF0.32=4 Prohibit operating immediately,reset by inpection or power off.
4: Dont detect door open limits
Bit 3=0LF0.32=0 detect door open limits.
Bit 3=1LF0.32=8 dont detect door open limits.

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Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.33 Terminal over-speed protection 0 65535 [135]


Percentage of calculated speed at switch that will activate terminal overspeed deceleration.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.34 Cancellation by repeat button press 0 65535 [0]


Allow a car call to be cancelled by a second press of the button.
0: Pressing car call button twice cancels call.
1: Pressing car call button twice will not cancel call.
Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.35 Car registration buzzer enable 0 65535 [32]


Set car registration buzzer enable

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.38 Timed blind floor 0 65535 [0]


0: Cancel this function
1: using this function
Other setting values: reserved

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.41 Fault No. 37 generation (Motor Limit Timer) 0 65535 [0]


0: Operating overtime (failure to find next door zone) between two door zones in excess of
LT0.07.
1: Whole travel overtime in excess of LT0.07 for whole run.
Other setting values: reserved

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Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.50 Position signal 0 65535 [valid after power off] [0]


0: Encoder incrementation and position indication match.
1: Incrementation and position indication do not match.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.51 UCM Function 0 4 [valid after power off] [0]


1UCM function protection [bit 0]
Bit0 =0[LF0.51=0], cancel UCM function protection
Bit0 =1[LF0.51=1], using UCM function protection
2: UCM sub function protection [bit 1~bit 4]
Bit1 =0[LF0.51=0], using ER25#alarm function in UCM status
Bit1 =1[LF0.51=2], cancel ER25#alarm function in UCM status
Bit2 =0[LF0.51=0], using ER26#alarm function in UCM status
Bit2 =1[LF0.51=4], cancel ER26#alarm function in UCM status

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Bit3 =0[LF0.51=0], using ER27#alarm function in UCM status


Bit3 =1[LF0.51=8], cancel ER27#alarm function in UCM status
Bit4 =0[LF0.51=0], using ER28#alarm function in UCM status
Bit4 =1[LF0.51=16], cancel ER28#alarm function in UCM status
Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.52 Low Speed output 0 65535 [valid after power off] [0]
Sets the speed, in mm per second, at which the low speed output will activate to trigger UCM
response. Recommended setting is 100 mm perS.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.53 Er.025 detect time 0 65535 [valid after power off] [0]
Sets a delay time in milliseconds before detecting error. Recommended setting, 100 mS.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.54 Error Er.026 detect time 0 65535 [valid after power off] [0]
Sets a delay time in milliseconds before detecting error. Recommended setting, 100 mS.

Determine the high speed counting direction before hoistway self-learning .


(LF0.50 motor running direction is set correctly) . Monitoring U1.09 current
height , effective after power off .

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.62 Pause at floor time, Test operation 0655350


During operation, with multiple calls entered, the car will pause at each floor for the amount of
time set here. Unit: s Set 0 as normal mode.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.63 Car call cancellation at terminals 0655350


0Upon terminal arrival, cancel all registered car calls
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1Upon terminal arrival, retain all registered car calls

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.64 Door reopening using car call button 0655350


0Pressing the current floor car call button will not open door when the car is level in the door
zone
1Pressing the current floor car call button will open door when the car is level in the door zone.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.65 Hall call fail operation delay 0655350


Hall call fail operation delay s
LF0.65=0Prohibit the use of this function

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Function Description Setting range (default value)

Hall call fire input logic


LF0.66 0:normally open 0
1:normally closed

Function Description Setting range (default value)

Hall call fire switch floor setting


LF0.67 0:normally open 1
1:normally closed

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.68 UPS distance of operation cancel 06553540


UPS distance of operation cancel mm

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.69 Door dwell time duringearthuake operation 0655350


Door dwell time duringearthuake operation s

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.70 PM contactor release delay 0655350


PM contactor release delay ms.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

Hall call lock input logic


LF0.71 0:normally open 0
1:normally closed

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Hall call lock switch floor setting


LF0.72 0:normally open 1
1:normally closed

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.76 Minimum distance of connected to the two 065535300


door zone
Set minimum distance of connected to the two door zone, unitmm.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.77 Response time of nixie tube and button 06553515


unitms

Function Description Setting range (default value)

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LF0.83 Pulse number limit when stationary 0655350


0Within 5 pulse ..
NWithin N+5 pulse.

Function Description Setting range (default value)

LF0.84 DWELLspeed on start 065535mm/s0

LF0.85 DWELLtime on start 065535ms0


DWELL function DESCRIPTION
Maintain output frequency in a short time when load is bigger, avoid motor stalling.
Function Description Setting range (default value)
LF0.89 Er54# detection time 0655350
Setting Er54# detection time:
Default value0ms=200ms unitms

Not docked within stated time


Step 1. Using this function

Function Description Setting range (default value)


LF0.38 Not docked within stated time 0655350
Choice timed blind floor
0Cancel this function.
1Using this function.
Step 2. Set starting time of floor that need the function

Function Description Setting range (default value)


st
LF2.01 1 floor starting time hh-mm00-00
st
LF2.02 2 floor starting time hh-mm00-00


st
LF2.64 64 floor starting time hh-mm00-00
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Step 3. Set end time of floor that need the function

Function Description Setting range (default value)


st
LF3.01 1 floor end time hh-mm00-00
st
LF3.02 2 floor end time hh-mm00-00


st
LF3.64 64 floor end time hh-mm00-00

Password setting

Function Description Setting range (default value)

P0.00 Nidec only pass code 00000 99999 [*****]

P0.01 Intermediate pass code 00000 99999 [12345]

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P0.02 Basic pass code 00000 99999 [00000]


The above parameters are used to set system pass codes. Fusion provides 3 different
permissions for pass code configuration.
P0.00 Advanced pass code, used by manufacturer.
P0.01 Read and change parameters. Default is 12345.
P0.02 Monitor/Read only. Default is 00000.

Restore Default Values

Function Description Setting range (default value)

P1.00 Restore default values 0000 9999 [valid after power off]
[1118]
1118: No operation (returns to this after default has been activated by below settings)
2227: Restore control parameters
3336: Restore motor control parameters
5554: Restore all parameters
Other setting values: reserved

Power off after restoring default values

Clear fault records

Function Description Setting range (default value)

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P1.01 Clear fault records 0 - 2 [0]
0: No operation
1: Clear control faults
2: Clear motor control related faults.

Elevator with door open stayed in door zone. Spin inspection and normal
button 3 times within 5s ,can clear fault record.

Clock setting

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Function Description Setting range (default value)

P2.00 Year setting yyyy [2000]

P2.01 Day /month setting mm-dd [00-00]

P2.02 Minute / hour setting hh-mm [00-00]

P2.03 Second setting ss [00]

When the clock setted , P2 parameters will be saved.,Please press the ENTER to
change P2, then review P2 , avoid storage unsuccessful
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Please refer to Chapter 3

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COP & LOP Installation , wiring ,and adjustment


K-06T Funcitional Specification

No. Function Description

1. Status Display Display status graphics according to controller

2. Background display Standard or user-provided graphic

3. Time display User settable.

Advertisement
4. Display advertisement by time-cycle or floor number
display

5. Temperature display Display current temperature if desired.

6. LOGO diaplay Custom LOGO as needed

7. LElevator locking Elevator locking input

8. Fire service Fire recall input

Arrival chime &


9. Four outputs support arrival chime & direction preference
direction preference

10. Hall call Hall call UP and DOWN support

K-06T Alphanumeric Display Characters


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K-06T Status Display Indicators

Up Down Inspection ERR Over Load Fire

Full Load Attendant Earthquake VIP UPS Locking

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K-06T installation
1. Caution

CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.
Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials

Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.


Install in place less salt and vibration.

Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter
Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.

2. Install direction

Arrow to
vertical
installation

Arrow to
Horizontal
installation

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3. Mounting dimension
W H W1 H1 Mounting hole diameter PCBA thickness
168mm 135mm 160mm 127mm 3.5mm 25mm

K-06T Description

Content Schema

Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default


CN1 V- COMM
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UP Up call signal input


V+ Output +
L0 Output -
CN2 V- COMM
DN Down call signal input
V+ Output +
L1 Output -
CN3 V- COMM
LK Elevator locking signal input
V+ Output +
L2 Output -

CN4 V- COMM
FR Fire service signal input

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Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default


V+ Output +
L3 Output -
CN6 V+ Output + Interface: XH-6
T3 Reserved When load current is less than 400mA.
If the load is greater than 400mA, use
Up indicator output
T2 K- 07K.
T1 Down indicator output
T0 Arrival chime output
V- Output -
CN7 PC programming
CN8 Programming terminal
CN9 Programming terminal
CN10 Spare
CN11 SWD interface
CN13 CANH CAN interface + Interface: XH-5
CANL CAN interface -

GND DC 24V-
24V DC 24V+ DC24V15%
CN14 SD Card
S2 Function selection
RUN MODE CONFIGURATION
Mode 1 2 3 4 Power
Set On Off On
Run Off Off - On
ISP On Off - On
Demo Off Off On On
Term Resistor On On

D1 UP Call Indicator N/A


D4 Down Call Indicator N/A
D7 Spare N/A
D10 Spare N/A
D14 Output Indicator(T0) N/A
D16 Output Indicator(T1) N/A
Output Indicator(T2) N/A
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D17
D18 Output Indicator(T3) N/A
Serial port receives the signal,
D24 N/A
flashing after power on
Serial port receives the signal, flashing
D25 after power on N/A

D26 CAN port receives the signal, flashing N/A


D27 after power
Signal on ,port sends the signal N/A
Indicator
D32 Power Indicator 5V indicator
D33 Power Indicator 3.3V indicator

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K-06T Wiring
1. Description

No. Function Description Remark


Supply and communication XH-5 terminal+shielded twisted
1. standard configuration
bus interface pair extension cable
XH-4 terminal +four-core 0.3mm2
2. UP-call button standard configuration
extension cable
XH-4 terminal + four-core 0.3mm2
3. DOWN-call button standard configuration
extension cable
Arrival chime & direction XH-6 terminal + six-core 0.3mm2
4. standard configuration
preference interface extension cable
XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2
5. Elevator locking interface standard configuration
extension cable
XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2
6. Fire service interface standard configuration
extension cable

2. Caution

CAUTION
Wiring according to the manual , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of controller damage.

Power and CAN communication interface must use shielded twisted pair cable, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Power and CAN communication connection cables should as bold as possible, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Ground terminal must be standardized and reliable, otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
damage to the controller and the system does not work.

INDICATE
Ensure all terminals must be reliable , otherwise it will lead to the display controller does
not work.
Avoid something falling into the controller box , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
controller damage.

Do not sharethe grounding wire and power equipment.


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Power and communication shielded twisted pair cable must be grounded, and to the control
cabinet PE port.

COP / LOP must be grounded.

Shorten the grounding wires as much as possible .

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3. K-06T Wiring Description


a) Power and CAN wiring description

K-03T & K-06T


24V
GND

CANL
CANH Shielded Twisted Cable cable shield

Power & CAN wiring mode

b) Call control and fire service and Elevator locking explanation

K-03T & K-06T K-03T & K-06T K-03T & K-06T


V- UP V+ L0 V- DN V+ L0 V- UP V+ L0 V- DN V+ L0 V- LK V+ L0 V- FR V+ L0

Wiring type of four-wire Wiring type of three-wire Wiring type of fire


button button service & locking

c) Parallel wiring instructions

L0 L0
K-03T & K-06T

K-03T & K-06T

V+ V+
DN DN
V- V-

L0 L0
V+ V+
UP UP
V- V-

Wiring type of sharing button


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d) Arrival chime & direction preference wiring instructions


K-03T & K-06T

V-

T0

T1

T2

T3

V+

Wiring type of hall arrival chime /direction


preference 1

If the current demand of the arrival chime/ lantern exceeds 400 mA , Using K-07K

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V-
External

K-03T & K-06T


V-
V- V+ power
T0

K-07K
T0 V-
T1
T1 T0
T2
T2 T1
T3
V+ T2
V+
V+

Wiring type of hall arrival chime /direction


preference 2

K-06T Configuration
1. Programming Interface

No. Interface Description

DIP switch Enter Parameter setting interface


Switch 1 ON all others OFF
1.
Exit parameter setting interface:
All switches OFF
Menu Selection:
Increment menus
2. UP call button
Parameter Selection:
Increase numeric parameter value
Menu Selection:
Decrement menus
3. Down call button
Parameter Selection:
Decrease numeric parameter value
Elevator locking Change on/off or enable/disable settings.
4.
button
Enter selected menu.
5. Fire service button
Exit and save.
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2. Programming Interface
Language Selection:
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Select Chinese or English by briefly
shorting Lock input LK to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
Please saved parameters and power off.
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER There will introduce in English.
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING K-O6T as an example
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT

MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

Floor Number Setting:


Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN
ENGLISH()/Chinese input DN or UP to V-.
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
to V-. A box with a floor number in it will
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION appear.
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH V- to set to appropriate floor for hall call
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING fixture or to 7. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT Zero (0) is the unit is to be used as a position
indicator.
FLOOR NUMBER
ME 0 Exit menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
V-.
NU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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Function Select
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN
input DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION
<1>LIFT LOCK SELECT [DISABLE]
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING
<2>FIRE SERVICE [DISABLE] V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<3>BUZZLE ENABLE [DISABLE]
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION
<4>INSPECTION ENERGY SAVE Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V-
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
[DISABLE]
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING
<5>FIRE [NORMAL OPEN]
to move to desired selections.
<8>DISPLAY
<6>LOCK DIRECTION
ENERGY SAVE SETTING
[DISABLE]
<9>UPDATE FLASH [NORMAL OPEN]
<7>LOCK Briefly short Lock input LK to V- to change
<10>ADVERTISING MODE [DISABLE]
<8>FIRE OUTSIDE DISP
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING value.
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT When all settings are as desired, briefly short
Fire input FR to V- to exit.

MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

Group Number Setting


Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN
input DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V-
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING to increment/decrement group assignment.
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<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING


<9>UPDATE FLASH Exit menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to V-.
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT

GROUP NUMBER
0

ENU DIRECTIONS
[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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Version Number:
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN
input DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Software versions will be displayed.
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING Exit menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH V-.
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING
K-06T VER 1.0 RESET
<12>FACTORY
<13>SAVE&QUIT
<1>PSoftware Version:1.0
<2>DSoftware Version:1.0

MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

Specific Function
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input
DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to V-.
<2>F:FUNCTIONINDICATION
<1>DIRECTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING
<4>V:VERSIONFUNCTION
[DISABLE]
NUMBER [DISABLE]
Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V- to
<2>HANDICAP
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION [DISABLE]
<3>RESERVE move to desired selections.
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<4>RESERVE [DISABLE]
Briefly short Lock input LK to V- to change value.
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<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING[DISABLE]
<5>RESERVE
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<6>RESERVE [DISABLE]
<9>UPDATE FLASH
<7>RESERVE [DISABLE]
<10>ADVERTISING MODE [DISABLE]
<8>RESERVE When all settings are as desired, briefly short Fire
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING input FR to V- to exit.
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT

MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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Chime Time Setting:


Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input
DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V- to
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING move to desired time setting (mS).
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH Briefly short LK to V- to select associated Chime
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING Time (duration) or Time Space (interval between
T ARRIVAI CHIME
<12>FACTORY RESET
TIME chimes).
<13>SAVE&QUIT
<1>CHIME TIME [3000ms]
<2>TIME SPACE [3000ms]
With both selection and time setting highlighted,
short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V- to
increase or decrease time value.
MENU DIRECTIONS
Briefly short Fire input FR to V- to exit.
[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

Display Direction Setting


Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN
input DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Set Horizontal or Vertical by briefly shorting UP
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
or DOWN input DN or UP to V-. Note that, on the
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<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING


<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING back of the circuit board there are arrows
<9>UPDATE FLASH
<10>ADVERTISING MODE indicating the board edge that will be on top to
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING
<12>FACTORY RESET
help you orient the display.
<13>SAVE&QUIT
Briefly short Fire input FR to V- to exit.
DISPLAY MODE [VERTICAL]

MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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Advertising Mode
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input
DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V- to
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING change the numeric value.
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH 0 = display single pictures without switching
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING 1 = pictures switches according the floors
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT
2 = pictures switch according to destination floor
ADVERTISING MODE 5
3 5000 = pictures switch to the corresponding
numerical cycle, Unit = sec, Default = 5.
MENU DIRECTIONS
Briefly short Fire input FR to V- to exit
[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

Update Flash
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG If you are using an SD card to update software,
first insert the card into the board slot, then:
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING DN or UP to V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to V-.
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING The update from the SD card will proceed
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING 7. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure
<9>UPDATE FLASH automatically.
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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Date & Time Setting


Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input
DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Enter menu by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V- to
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING select time increment.
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH When desired time increment is highlighted,
<10>DATE&TIME SETTING
<11>FACTORY RESET briefly short LK to V- to select corresponding
<12>SAVE&QUIT
DATE & TIME SETTING (year,
YEAR [2014]
M ONTH
DATE
[ 01]
[ 08]
month, date, etc.).
D AY [ 03]
HOUR [ 2 0] Briefly short UP or DOWN input UP or DN to V- to
MINUTE [ 42[ set desired value.
Briefly short Fire input FR to V- to exit.
MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

Factory Reset:
Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input DN
or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Initiate Reset by briefly shorting Fire input FR to V-.
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING Board will automatically reset to factory values.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION
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<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING


<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<11>DATE&TIME SETTING
<12>FACTORY RESET
<13>SAVE&QUIT

Factory Reset
MENU DIRECTIONS

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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Save and Quit


Menu Display Parameters setting and descripition
K-06T CONFIG Go to entry by briefly shorting UP or DOWN input
DN or UP to V-.
ENGLISH()/Chinese
<1>K:FLOOR NUMBER SETTING Initiate Save by briefly shorting Fire input FR to
<2>F:FUNCTION SELECT
<3>G:GROUP NUMBER SETTING V-.
<4>V:VERSION NUMBER
<5>E:SPECIFIC FUNCTION Board will automatically save setting values.
<6>B:CANBUS BAUDRATE SETTING
<7>T:CHIME TIME SETTING
<8>DISPLAY DIRECTION SETTING
<9>UPDATE FLASH
<10>ADVERTISING MODE
<10>DATE&TIME SETTING
<11>FACTORY RESET
<12>SAVE&QUIT

MENU DIRECTIONS
Save Successful!

[Down:3-4][Up:3-4]:Select Item
[F i r e:3-4][Lock:3-4]:Enter/Quit

Fire Lock Down Up


[3-4] [3-4] [3-4] [3-4]

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K-03T Installation , wiring ,and adjustment


K-03T Funcitional Specification

No. Function Description

1. Status Display Display status graphics according to controller

2. Background display Standard or user-provided graphic

3. LOGO diaplay Custom LOGO as needed

4. Elevator locking Elevator locking input

5. Fire service Fire recall input

Arrival chime &


6. Four outputs support arrival chime & direction preference
direction preference

7. Hall call Hall call UP and DOWN support

K-03T Alphanumeric Display Characters

K-03T Status Display Indicators

Up Down Inspection ERR Over Load Fire


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Full Load Attendant Earthquake VIP UPS Locking

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K-03T installation
1. Caution
CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.

Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials


Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.

Install in place less salt and vibration.


Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter

Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.

2. Install direction

Arrow to
vertical
installation

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Arrow to
Horizontal
installation

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3. Mounting dimension
W H W1 H1 Mounting hole diameter PCBA thickness
160mm 84mm 150mm 74mm 3.5mm 12mm

K-03T Description

Content Schema

Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default


CN1 Spare NA
CN2 CANH CAN interface + Interface: XH-5
CANL CAN interface -

GND DC 24V-
24V DC 24V+ DC24V15%
CN3 V+ Output + Interface: XH-6
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T3 Spare When load current is less than 400mA.


T2 Up arrival output If the load is greater than 400mA, use K-
T1 Down arrival output 07K.
T0 Arrival chime output
V- Output -
CN4 SWD programming interface
CN6 Programming interface
CN7 Spare
CN8 Programming interface
CN10 SD card socket
CN11 V- COMM
FR Fire service signal input
V+ Output +
L3 Output -
CN12 V- COMM

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Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default


LK Elevator locking signal input
V+ Output +
L2 Output -
CN13 V- COMM
DN Down call signal input
V+ Output +
L1 Output -
CN14 V- COMM
UP Up call signal input
V+ Output +
L0 Output -
RST RST
S2 Function selection RUN MODE CONFIGURATION
Mode 1 2 3 4 Power
Set On Off On
Run Off Off - On
ISP On Off - On
Demo Off Off On On
Term Resistor On On

D5 Power Indicator 5V indicator


D6 Power Indicator 3.3V indicator
Serial port receives the signal, flashing
D7 Signal Indicator
after power on
Serial port receives the signal, flashing
D8 Signal Indicator
after power on
CAN port receives the signal, flashing after
D9 Signal Indicator
power on
D10 Signal Indicator Signal Indicator ,port sends the signal
D13 Output Indicator Output Indicator(T0)
D14 Output Indicator Output Indicator(T1)
D15 Output Indicator Output Indicator(T2)
D16 Output Indicator Output Indicator(T3)
D27 Spare Spare
D28 Spare Spare 7. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure
D29 Down Call Indicator
D30 UP Call Indicator

K-03T Wiring
1. Description
No
Function Description Remark
.
Supply and communication XH-5 terminal+shielded twisted pair Standard
1.
bus interface extension cable configuration
UP-call button XH-4 terminal +four-core 0.3mm2 Standard
2.
extension cable configuration
DOWN-call button XH-4 terminal + four-core 0.3mm2 Standard
3.
extension cable configuration

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Arrival chime & direction XH-6 terminal + six-core 0.3mm2 Standard


4.
preference interface extension cable configuration
Elevator locking interface XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2 Standard
5.
extension cable configuration
Fire service interface XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2 Standard
6.
extension cable configuration

2. Caution

CAUTION
Wiring according to the manual , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of controller damage.

Power and CAN communication interface must use shielded twisted pair cable, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Power and CAN communication connection cables should as bold as possible, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Ground terminal must be standardized and reliable, otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
damage to the controller and the system does not work.

INDICATE

Ensure all terminals must be reliable , otherwise it will lead to the display controller does
not work.

Avoid something falling into the controller box , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
controller damage.

Do not sharethe grounding wire and power equipment.

Power and communication shielded twisted pair cable must be grounded, and to the control
cabinet PE port.

COP / LOP must be grounded.

Shorten the grounding wires as much as possible .


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3. K-03T wiring
Please refer to K-06T wiring

K-03T adjusting
Please refer to K-06T adjusting

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K-PI1000 Installation , wiring ,and adjustment


K-PI1000 Funcitional Specification

No. Function Description

1. Dot matrix display Set floor or character according to controller

2. Status Display Display status graphics according to controller

3. Elevator locking Elevator locking input

4. Fire service Fire recall input

Arrival chime &


5. Four outputs support arrival chime & direction preference
direction preference

6. Hall call Hall call UP and DOWN support

Slim COP and LOP


7. Thickness of PCBA Is 13mm.
control

K-PI1000 Alphanumeric Display Characters

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

A B C D E F G H I J

K L M N O P Q R S T

U V W X Y Z
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K-PI1000 Status Display

UP DOWN INSPECTION EARTHQUAKE OVER LOAD UPS

FIRE
LOCKING Err VIP ATTENDANT FULL LOAD
SERVICE

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K-PI1000 installation
1. Caution

CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.
Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials


Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.

Install in place less salt and vibration.


Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter
Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.

2. Install direction

Install direction as
arrow:

3. Mounting dimension
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W H W1 H1 Mounting hole diameter PCBA thickness


140mm 60mm 130mm 50mm 4mm 13mm

K-PI1000 Description

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Content Schema

Term Sym Terminal description (Default) Default


JP1 CAN
JP2 V- COMM
UP Up call signal input
V+ Output +
L1 Output -
JP3 V- COMM
DN Down call signal input
V+ Output +
L2 Output -
JP4 LK Elevator locking signal input
V- COMM
JP5 FR Fire service signal input
V- COMM

JP6 V+ Output + When load current is less than 400mA.


T3 Reserved If the load is greater than 400mA, use
T2 Up indicator output K- 07K.
T1 Down indicator output
T0 Arrival chime output
V- Output -
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JP7 Programming
JP8 Firmware upgrade
JP9 CANH CAN interface H Interface: VH-4
CANL CAN interface L
GND DC 24V- DC24V15%
24V DC 24V+
SW1 Double-click for menu entry
LE1 CAN Indicator
LE2 Multifunctional Indicator (optional)
LE3 Multifunctional Indicator (optional)
LE4 Up Call Indicator
LE5 Down Call Indicator

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K-PI1000 Wiring
1. Description
No. Function Description Remark
Supply and
1. XH-5 terminal+shielded twisted pair Standard
communication bus
extension cable configuration
interface
XH-4 terminal +four-core 0.3mm2 Standard
2. UP-call button interface
extension cable configuration
DOWN-call button XH-4 terminal + four-core 0.3mm2 Standard
3.
interface extension cable configuration
Arrival chime & direction XH-6 terminal + six-core 0.3mm2 Standard
4.
preference interface extension cable configuration
Elevator locking XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2 Standard
5.
interface extension cable configuration
XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2 Standard
6. Fire service interface
extension cable configuration

2. Caution

CAUTION
Wiring according to the manual , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of controller damage.

Power and CAN communication interface must use shielded twisted pair cable, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Power and CAN communication connection cables should as bold as possible, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Ground terminal must be standardized and reliable, otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
damage to the controller and the system does not work.

INDICATE
Ensure all terminals must be reliable , otherwise it will lead to the display controller does
not work.
Avoid something falling into the controller box , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
controller damage.

Do not sharethe grounding wire and power equipment.


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Power and communication shielded twisted pair cable must be grounded, and to the control
cabinet PE port.

COP / LOP must be grounded.

Shorten the grounding wires as much as possible .

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3. Wiring
a) Power and CAN wiring description

K-PI1000
24V
GND

CANL
CANH
Shieidd Twisted Cable cable shield

Power & CAN wiring mode

b) Call control and fire service and Elevator locking explanation

K-PI1000 K-PI1000 K-PI1000


V- UP V+ L0 V- DN V+ L0 V- UP V+ L0 V- DN V+ L0 V- LK V+ L0 V- FR V+ L0

wiring type of four- wiring type of three- wiring type of fire


wire button wire button service & locking

c) Parallel wiring instructions

L0 L0
V+ V+
DN DN
K-PI1000

K-PI1000

V- V-

L0 L0
V+ V+
UP UP
V- V-

wiring type of sharing button

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V-
K-PI1000

T0

T1

T2

T3

V+

wiring type of hall arrival chime &


direction preference 1
If the current demand of the arrival chime/ lantern exceeds 400 mA , Using K-07K

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V-
external
V-
V- V+ power

K-PI1000
T0

K-07K
T0 V-
T1
T1 T0
T2
T2 T1
T3
V+ T2
V+
V+

wiring type of hall arrival chime & direction preference 2

K-PI1000 adjustment
1. Programming Interface Definitions

No. Interface Description


Click Enter Parameter setting interface
Click 2 timesdouble clickwithin 1s
1. Exit and save parameter setting interface
Press 3s to 10s without any operation, the display flashes for
3s and then automatically save & exit
Menu Selection
2. UP call button
Increase numeric parameter value
Menu Selection
3. DOWN call button
Decrease numeric parameter value
Menu Selection
4. Fire service button
UP to select the menu
Menu Selection
5. Elevator locking button
Down to select the menu

2. Programming Interface Description


Floor address setting
Display Parameters setting and Description
K: sert as floor adderss menu, 0 = floor address
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A. Switch to floor setting menu by clicking Elevator locking or fire


service

B. Switch to floor setting menu be clicking or pressing UP or


DOWN,after 10s,display" S OK " setting successfully

C. K Default 0range:0~64

floor address K=0,is car diplay controller


floor address K0,is hall diplay controller .

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Front door / Rear door Configuration


Display Parameters setting and Description

A. Switch to Baud rate menu by clicking Elevator locking or fire service

B. Click or press UP or DOWN to set parameters


C. Press button of onboard 10s,display" S OK " setting successfully

D. parameter descriptionDefault 0

0 Front door Configuration 1 Rear door Configuration

Spare
Group Number Setting
Display Parameters setting and Description

A. Switch to Baud rate menu by clicking Elevator locking or fire service

B. Click or press UP or DOWN to set parameters

C. Press button of onboard 10s,display" S OK " setting successfully

D. parameter descriptionDefault 0

0Simplex 1elevator 1 2 elevator 2


And so on

K-07L Installation , wiring ,and adjustment


K-07L Function Description

No. Function Description

1. Segment code display Set floor or character according to controller


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2. Elevator status display Display status graphics according to controller

3. Elevator locking Elevator locking input

4. Fire service Fire recall input

Arrival chime & direction


5. Four outputs support arrival chime & direction preference
preference

6. Hall call Hall call UP and DOWN support

Monochrome
7. Monochrome seven-segment LCD
seven-segment LCD

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K-07L Installation
1. Caution

CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.

Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials

Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.

Install in place less salt and vibration.

Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter

Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.

2. Mounting dimension

K-07LDescription

Content Schema
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Term Sym Terminal description Default Term Sym


J1 V+ Output + When load current is less than 400mA.
T0 Up arrival indicator If the load is greater than 400mA, use K-07K.

T1 Down arrival indicator


T2 Arrival chime output
V- Output -

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Term Sym Terminal description Default Term Sym


J2 V- COMM
FR Fire service signal input
J3 V- COMM
LK Elevator locking signal
input

J4 V- COMM
DN Down call signal input
V+ Output +
L1 Output -
J5 V- COMM
UP Up call signal input
V+ Output +
L0 Output -
JP6 Firmware upgrade
J7 CANH CAN interface H Interface:VH-4
CANL CAN interface L
GND DC 24V-
24V DC 24V+
S1 Function jumper DC24V15%
RUN
BOT

RUN
SET

RUN
BOT

BOT
SET

SET
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
S2 CAN Resistance

K-07LWiring
1. Description

No. Function Description Remark


1 Supply and communication XH-5 terminal+shielded twisted Standard
bus interface pair extension cable configuration
2 UP-call button XH-4 terminal +four-core 0.3mm2 Standard 7. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure
extension cable configuration
3 DOWN-call button XH-4 terminal + four-core 0.3mm2 Standard
extension cable configuration
4 Arrival chime & direction XH-6 terminal + six-core 0.3mm2 Standard
preference interface extension cable configuration
5 Elevator locking interface XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2 Standard
extension cable configuration
6 Fire service interface XH-4 terminal + two-core 0.3mm2 Standard
extension cable configuration

2. Caution

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CAUTION
Wiring according to the manual , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of controller damage.

Power and CAN communication interface must use shielded twisted pair cable, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Power and CAN communication connection cables should as bold as possible, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Ground terminal must be standardized and reliable, otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
damage to the controller and the system does not work.

INDICATE
Ensure all terminals must be reliable , otherwise it will lead to the display controller does
not work.

Avoid something falling into the controller box , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
controller damage.
Do not sharethe grounding wire and power equipment.

Power and communication shielded twisted pair cable must be grounded, and to the control
cabinet PE port.

COP / LOP must be grounded.

Shorten the grounding wires as much as possible .

3. Wiring Description
a) Power and CAN wiring description

24V
K-07L

GND

CANL
CANH
Shieidd Twisted Cable cable shield

Power & CAN wiring mode

b) Call control and fire service and Elevator locking explanation


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K-07L K-07L K-07L


V- UP V+ L0 V- DN V+ L0 V- UP V+ L0 V- DN V+ L0 V- LK V- FR

wiring type of four- wiring type of three- wiring type of fire


wire button wire button service & locking

c) Parallel wiring instructions

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L0 L0
V+ V+
DN DN
V- V-

K-07L

K-07L
L0 L0
V+ V+
UP UP
V- V-

wiring type of sharing button

d) If the current demand of the arrival chime/ lantern exceeds 400 mA , Using K-07K

V-

T2
K-07L

T1

T0

V+

wiring type of hall arrival chime &


direction preference 1

V-
external
power
V-
V- V+
T2
K-07K
K-07L

T0 V-
T1
T1 T0
T0
T2 T1

V+ V+ T2

V+

wiring type of hall arrival chime & direction preference 2

K-07L Configuration
1. Programming Interface Definitions 7. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure

No. Interface Description


RUN

RUN

RUN
BOT

BOT

BOT
SET

SET

SET

S1 Functional
1.
jumper
Parameter Operate Firmware
setting normally Upgrade
Parameter setting interface
2. UP call button
increase numeric parameter value
Parameter setting interface
3. DOWN call button
Decrease numeric parameter value
Menu Selection
4. Fire service button
UP to select the menu
Elevator locking Menu Selection
5.
button Down to select the menu

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2. Programming Interface Description


Steps Dot matrix displays Description

Jumper terminals set F1 sets floor numbers if used as a


of S1 to access hall landing indicator (1 through 64
parameters setting of serviced floors).

Momentarily short
UP and V- to
increment
parameters ,
F2 FC Refer to the following table
Momentarily short
for F2 FC parameter descriptions
DN and V- to
decrement
parameters

Momentarily short
LK and V- to selsct a
0= the parameters of menu
digit ,the selected
digit will flash.

Momentarily short
UP and V- to
increment
parameters ,Moment Changed value
arily short DN and
V- to decrement
parameters
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When all parameters


are set , temporarily
short FR and V- on
fire service to exit the
menu.

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Steps Dot matrix displays Description

Temporarily short
RUN jumper of S1 to
exit parameters
setting mode and OK = all the parameters were
save. If all the saved successfully
parameters were
saved successfully ,
Ok will be display.

If all the parameters


were not properly If ER is display , repeat the
saved , ER will be parameter entry and save process
display

Reset the board to The board will display the


entry the appropriate appropriate operating value for its
operating. position and status

3. K-07L parameters
Para.# Value Description
F1 0-64 0 is car call ,others are hall call,floor numbers from 1-64
F2 SPAREmust be 0
choice for front / rear door
F3 0-1 =0 front door configuration
=1 rear door configuration
=0 Arrow flashes when Elevator is operation
F4 0-1
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=0 Display functions under Fire service
F5 0-1
=1 No display under Fire service
=0 No display during Inspection operation, displays the floor number
and Maintenance
F6 0-1
=1 During Inspection operation, displays the floor number and
Maintenance
=0 Special status display invalid
F7 0-1
=1 Special status display valid
=0 Special status display Chinese
F8 0-1
=1 Special status display English

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K-03D Installation , wiring ,and adjustment


K-03D Funcitional Specification

No. Function Description

1. Dot matrix display Set floor or character according to controller

2. Status Display Display status graphics according to controller

3. Elevator locking Elevator locking input

4. Fire service Fire recall input

Arrival chime &


5. Four outputs support arrival chi me & direction preference
direction preference

6. Hall call Hall call UP and DOWN support

Lateral dot matrix


7. Lateral dot matrix display
display

K-03D installation
1. Caution

CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.

Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials


Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.

Install in place less salt and vibration.

Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter
Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.
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2. Mounting dimensionmm

K-03D Description

Content Schema

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Term Sym Terminal description Default
P1 CANH CAN(Default)
+ Interface: VH-4
CANL CAN -
24V- DC 24V- DC24V15%
24V+ DC 24V+
P2 V- COMM
UP Up call signal input
V+ Output +
L0 Output -
P3 V- COMM
DN Down call signal input
V+ Output +
L1 Output -
P4 V- COMM
LK Elevator locking signal input

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Term Sym Terminal description Default


P5 V- (Default)
Signal common
FR Fire service signal input

P6 Function jumper

RUN

RUN
SET

SET
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

J7 V+ Output + When load current is less than 400mA.


T0 Up arrival indicator If the load is greater than 400mA, use
T1 Down arrival indicator K- 07K.
T2 Arrival chime output
V- Output -
J1 CAN Terminal resistance

K-03D Wiring
1. Description

No. Function Description Remark


1 Supply and communication XH-4 terminal+shielded twisted standard configuration
bus interface pair extension cable
2 UP-call button XH-4 terminal +four-core standard configuration
0.3mm2 extension cable
3 DOWN-call button XH-4 terminal + four-core standard configuration
0.3mm2 extension cable
4 Arrival chime & direction XH-5 terminal + six-core standard configuration
preference interface 0.3mm2 extension cable
5 Elevator locking interface XH-2 terminal + two-core standard configuration
0.3mm2 extension cable
6 Fire service interface XH-2 terminal + two-core standard configuration
0.3mm2 extension cable

2. Caution

CAUTION
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Wiring according to the manual , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of controller damage.

Power and CAN communication interface must use shielded twisted pair cable, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.
Power and CAN communication connection cables should as bold as possible, otherwise it
will lead to the display controller does not work.

Ground terminal must be standardized and reliable, otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of
damage to the controller and the system does not work.

INDICATE
Ensure all terminals must be reliable , otherwise it will lead to the display controller does
not work.

Avoid something falling into the controller box , otherwise ,there may be lead to risk of

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controller damage.

Do not sharethe grounding wire and power equipment.

Power and communication shielded twisted pair cable must be grounded, and to the control
cabinet PE port.

COP / LOP must be grounded.

Shorten the grounding wires as much as possible .

3. Wiring Description
Please refer to K-07Lwiring

K-03D adjustment
1. Programming Interface Definitions

No. Interface
RUN
Description

RUN
SET

SET
1. P6 Functional jumper

Operate normally Menu setting


Parameter setting interface
2. UP call button
increase numeric parameter value
Parameter setting interface
3. DOWN call button
Decrease numeric parameter value
Menu Selection
4. Fire service button
UP to select the menu
Menu Selection
5. Elevator locking button
Down to select the menu

2. K-03D Parameters

PARA.# Value Description


0~64 Set floor addressof controller
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value Definitions
=0 or 1
Arrow select
Inspection button display enable
=0,display floor number
Function Select =1,not display floor number
=0, Elevator locking button has
remind

=1, Elevator locking button has no
remind
=0 hall dislay floor number
1
=1 hall not dislay floor number
Group Number spare
Version, have no need to set

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value Definitions
2 =0 or 1
direction preference

Specific default : 1
E
Function =0 scroll to display

=1 have no scroll to display
=0 have no icon of prohibited entering

=1 have icon of prohibited entering
Set front / rear =0 front door
B
door =1 rear door
Display function 0 No output
of 1 Inspection
X
BGL1(backlight 2 Bypass
module) 3 Overload
Display function 4 Attendant
of 5 Full load
Y
BGL2(backlight 6 Fire service
module) 7 Err
Display function 8 Earthquake
of 9 Earthquake
Z
BGL3(backlight 10 Independent run
module) 11 IC Enable

MC-VAB Voice Announcement


MC-VAB Installation , wiring ,and adjustment
MC-VAB Funcitional Specification

No. Funcitional Description


Floor voice
1. Play the information of floor number
reminding
Elevator status voice Play Elevator status:UP , DOWN , open / close the door ,
2.
reminding inspection , err, overload , fullload .etc
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Compatible
3. multi-format audio Support mp3,WAV.etc
files
Play background
4. Play background music while waiting for or during operation
music

5. Update voice file Update voice file by SD card

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MC-VAB installation
1. Caution

CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.

Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials

Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.


Install in place less salt and vibration.

Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter

Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.

2. Mounting dimension (unit:mm)

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MC-VAB Description

Content Schema

Term Sym Terminal description Default


J1 24V+ (Default)
DC 24V+ Interface: XH-4
24V- DC 24V-
CANH CAN +
CANL CAN -
DC24V15%
J2 SD card slot Contains annunciated signal for board
J3 USB Reserved
J4 Programming interface Firmware upgrade Port
J5 IN1 Multifunction input 1 Background music
IN2 Multifunction input 2 Reserved
IN3 Multifunction input 3 Reserved
IN4 Multifunction input 4 Reserved
IN5 Multifunction input 5 Reserved
GND Signal common
S1 BOOT Jumper Firmware upgrade Port
S2 Reset
S3 CAN Resistance
S4 Programming jumper
VR1 Volume adjust Left Channel
VR2 Volume adjust Right Channel
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MC-VAB Wiring

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GCL group control board

CAUTION
Be installed in clean space ,have no non-oil mist, dust,.
Do not make metal powder, oil, water . etc into the controller.

Do not install in place there are some inflammable materials

Install in place that absence of harmful gases and liquids.


Install in place less salt and vibration.

Avoid foreign matter falling into the surface of controller.

INDICATE
Install according to the controller dimension, mounting hole distance , and diameter
Make sure that electronic devices do not collide with other things.

1. Mounting dimension \ unitmm

Width Length Thickness


76 123 <10

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GCL description

Content Schema

Term Sym Terminal description Default


J1 (Default)
Firmware upgrade
J2 CANL2
CAN Communcation Port 2
CANH2
J3 CANL1
CAN Communcation Port 1
CANH1
J4 24V+ DC 24V+ DC24V15%
24V- DC 24V-
GND Ground
X0 Multifunction 1
X1 Multifunction2
X2 Multifunction3
COM0 Common
T0 Multifunction 1
COM1 Common
T1 Multifunction 2
S1 Firmware upgrade
S2 RST Reset
S3 CAN Resistance
S4 CAN Resistance
DS1 Display Code
DS2
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K1 DN Function set 1
K2 UP Function set 2
K3 FUN Function set 3

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GCL wiring

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GCL adjustment
Before setting group control parameters, complete all simplex adjustments. When making
simplex parameter settings, note Elevator total floors, lower offset floor, door zone layout of
front door (non-stop floor), and rated speed settings.

System group number setting:


Set L0.00 group number value to 0 to prevent a Elevator from entering into group control.

Underground floor setting:


If a Elevator has underground floors, you should set lower offset value on the main board.
An upper offset is not required.
Group control board parameter settings:

1. To enter parameter setting mode, press UP and DN at the same time until the menu is
displayed.

2. To switch menus, press the UP or DN button.


3. To select parameters, press the FUN button to select a menu parameter. It will flash.
4. To change a selected parameter, press UP or DN to increase/decrease value.

5. To return to the menu, press the FUN button.


6. To exit the menu, press UP and DN buttons at the same time.

7. Parameter saving: While exiting the menu, if display shows Or, it means the parameter
values are saved. If it shows Er, it means a save fault occurred and settings must be
repeated.

1. GCL Parameters

code Meaning Range Remarks


Different group control
boards have different group
F1 Elevator group number 1-8
numbers, generally starting
with 1
F2 Elevator (lowest) return main floor 1 - 48 Sector parking, lower floor.
Middle return floor (the value should be larger than
F3 1 - 48 Sector parking, middle floor.
parameter F2 value)
Upper return floor (the value should larger than
F4 1 - 48 Sector parking, upper floor.
parameter F3 value)
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Waiting time Time the group should wait for an


F5 assigned elevator to close its doors and depart a 7 - 255 Each unit equals 4 seconds.
floor before re-assigning the call to another car.
If two fully loaded cars depart a floor within this 7 - 255
F6 Each unit equals 4 seconds.
time period, the group will begin peak operation
When traffic conditions allow, the group will wait for 7 - 255
F7 Each unit equals 4 seconds.
this period of time before exiting peak mode.
F8 Time to wait before exiting zoning. 7 - 255 Each unit equals 4 seconds.
The maximum amount of time the main floor will be Each unit equals 4 seconds.
F9 allowed to go without a Elevator before a car is 0 - 255 If set to 0, the Elevator will
automatically returned. not return to main floor.
The maximum amount of time the middle return Each unit equals 4 seconds.
FA floor will be allowed to go without a Elevator before 0 - 255 If set to 0, the Elevator will
a car is automatically returned. not return to main floor.
FB The maximum amount of time the upper return 0 - 255 Each unit equals 4 seconds.

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floor will be allowed to go without a Elevator before If set to 0, the Elevator will
a car is automatically returned. not return to main floor.
OC Test mode 0 - 1B

GCL Fault Code Table


When both the group control board and the Elevators are in normal operation, the display
will show a marquee. When a Elevator enters into different modes of operation (full-load,
bypass, attendant, inspection, fire, etc.), a code will be displayed as follows
Code Meaning Troubleshooting Remarks
E1 CAN1 bus error interrupt Increase or decrease S4
terminal resistor
E2 CAN2 bus error interrupt Increase or decrease S3
terminal resistor
E3 Arbitration lost will occur when Re-set group control board
groups are incorrectly assigned the number
same number
E4 Non
E5 GCL and FUSION did not establish Set system group number
communication of main board as 3
E6 Cannot find main group control Check wiring among group
board control boards
A stands for enter into
Displayed when Elevator enters into
An N stands for group
group control
number
SF Elevator is returning to Simplex Elevator is in inspection or
mode. fault mode and is returning
to Simplex mode.
S1 Elevator fault Check the Elevator
S2 Elevator delayed Check close/open door
signal;
Elevator will enter delayed
status when door cannot
fully close within a certain
time
S3 Group control board independent Enter into simplex mode 7. Fusion Installation in an Enclosure
operation
S4 Car call board independent operation Enter into simplex mode
S5 Attendant In attendant mode
S6 Bypass In bypass mode
S7 Full load In full load mode
S8 Fire In fire mode
S9 Elevator lock In Elevator lock mode
SA Inspection In inspection mode
SB Input point 2 Spare
SC Input point 3 Spare
Ur Main group control board display
UP-peak
Dr Main group control board display
DOWN-peak

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Door pre-opening board


K-50A Description

Content Schema

Terminal Code Use Description


Inputs P1 MQS Upper door zone Upper, middle, and lower sensors are mounted
K1 sensor equidistantly (150 mm separation). The landing
P2 MQX Lower door zone vane is 300mm in length. When the car is precisely
P3 MQ sensor door zone
Middle leveled, all three sensors are active.
sensor
P4 LOW Low speed signal Active when low speed has been commanded (at or
input under 0.3 m/s).

P5 TK+ Stop contactor input Relay K1 control inputs.


P6 TK- Stop contactor input
P7 555 24V+ power
P8 551 24V - power
Outputs P1 551 24V - power
K2 P2 P25 Door pre-open
Outputs P1 A30 request
Door lock short
K3 P2 A22 circuitlock
Door 1 short
circuit 2
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8. Events/Troubleshooting

8.1. Events/Troubleshooting
ZXK-6000-S- A has fault protection and fault memory functions. It monitors each input
signal and running condition, in addition to external feedback information. If an abnormal
situation occurs, the corresponding protective function is activated and the operator
displays the associated error code.

Fault information is divided into five categories. Please see the table below

Fault Type Description Remarks


Running condition not
I Display fault code
affected
Display fault code
II Normal run in simplex mode
Exit the elevator group control (parallel) system
Display fault code
Brake drops, remain out of
Stop at the nearest floor; shut down.
III normal service until the
Car stops immediately if there is any other
fault is corrected
problem
Display fault code
Permit low-speed run
No output during remote control, brake drops.
IV under fault code
Allow to run on inspection mode, releveling
condition.
and other low-speed run.
Remain out of normal
Display fault code
V service until the fault is
The system blocks outputs, brake drops.
corrected

8.2. Fault/Error Conditions


Remark: All input logic refer to default setting.
Fault code Fault type Fault name
ZXK-6000-S- A low voltage input terminal function error
1 V
ZXK-6000-S- A low-voltage input set incorrectly.
Cause Troubleshooting
ZXK-6000-S- A P1.0 P4.7input Verify ZXK-6000-S- A low voltage input terminal
terminal is in error or correctly assigned. If not, set correctly or set to
duplicated. default function.
Fault code Type Fault name
ZXK-6000-S- A output fault
2 V
8. Events/Troubleshooting

ZXK-6000-S- A output terminal incorrectly configured


Cause Troubleshooting
ZXK-6000-S- A Verify ZXK-6000-S- A output terminal
T6.0-T7.7output in error or correctly assigned. If not, set correctly or
duplicated. select the defaultfunction.
Code Type Fault name
3 V Drive is not ready
Cause Troubleshooting
Drive error detected Check the fault record; troubleshoot accordingly.
Code Type Fault name

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4 V Drive fault
Cause Troubleshooting
Drive faults during run Check the fault record; troubleshoot accordingly.
Code Type Fault name
Motor encoder signal not detected.
5 V ZXK-6000-S- A outputs run signal, but encoder not detected
after set delay.
Causes Troubleshooting
Elevator starting sequence Decrease starting anti-vibration delay, brake pick
taking excessive time delay, rated speed delay as required.
Motor stall Verify brake is picking correctly.
Code Type Fault name
6 V Encoder channels reversed
Cause Troubleshooting
Elevator run direction and Change the elevator running
encoder signal reversed direction. Change the encoder
channels.
Elevator roll-back Enable the position lock function.
Increase starting proportional gain setting
value. Decrease starting integral time
setting value.
Code Type Fault name
Car or cartop controller input terminal setting error
7 V
Car or cartop controller input terminal incorrect configuration
Cause Troubleshooting
Car or cartop controller input Verify each input terminal of the car controller.
terminal setting in error or If in error, set correctly or select default function.
duplicated.
Code Type Fault name
8 V Drive run signal stuck
Cause Troubleshooting
Controller damaged Verify drive parameters.
Code Type Fault name
9 III Motor overheat protection enabled
Cause Troubleshooting
Motor overheat Check fan function, if any. Check cooling vents.
Motor overheat protection Reset motor overheat protection monitoring signal logic
monitoring signal logic error (normally open/normally closed). Default is normally
open.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Motor overheat protection Check wiring.


signal electrical wiring
incorrect
Motor overheat protection Short signal common V- to motor overheat protection
monitoring signal malfunction monitoring signal or disconnect the motor overheat
protection monitoring signal.
Verify level change is detected by ZXK-6000-S- A.
Code Type Fault name
Cartop controller CAN communication error
11 III
Controller and cartop controller CAN communication error

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Cause Troubleshooting
CAN communication wiring error Connect CANL & CANH correctly
CAN communication Short the CAN car call communication jumper (enables
termination incorrect termination). Short the cartop controller CAN
communication electrical wiring.
Interference lead to Confirm the status of the anti-jamming
communication garbled Verify connection of control circuit/main circuit/grouding
Replce communication wiring
Set up independent telecom power
Car call CAN communication Verify CAN wiring.
hard- ware malfunction
Cartop controller power Verify CAN power DC24V is normal.
abnormal
Code Type Fault name
12 V ZXK-6000-S- A communication error
Cause Troubleshooting
Board communication garbled. Power down, restart.
Code Type Fault name
13 V ZXK-6000-S- A communication error
Cause Troubleshooting
Board communication garbled. Power off; restart.
Code Type Fault name
Internal communication abnormal
16 V
Drive/elevator controller communication error
Cause Troubleshooting
Drive and controller Check connection. Replace communication wiring
communication malfunction
Drive not powered Check input power.
Code Type Fault name
Car controller CAN communication error
17 III Car controller and cartop controller CAN communication
problem
Cause Troubleshooting
Car controller and cartop Verify connection.
controller DB25 contact
malfunction
Code Type Fault name
car inspection running error
18 III While inspection runningcontroller detect interrupt of car
8. Events/Troubleshooting

inspection up signal or car inspection down signal


Cause Troubleshooting
Inspection button of UP or Down
Correct wiring.
wiring incorrectly
Replace switch
Defective button
Short the CAN car call communication jumper (enables
CAN communication termination
termination). Short the cartop controller CAN
incorrect
communication electrical wiring

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Confirm the status of the anti-jamming


Interference lead to Verify connection of control circuit/main circuit/grouding
communication garbled Replce communication wiring
Set up independent telecom power
Car controller and cartop controller
Verify connection.
DB25 contact malfunction

Defective hardwar of car controller Replace car controller

Code Type Fault name


UCMP leveling error 1
25 V System detects upper and lower door zone signals failed
simultaneously during releveling.
Cause Troubleshooting
Upper door zone and lower door Correct wiring. Replace switch.
zone sensor switch connection
error or switch damaged
Upper door zone and lower door Verify ZXK-6000-S- A upper door zone and lower door zone
zone monitoring signal monitoring signal logic (normally open/closed). Default:
(P2.0&P2.1) logic error Normally open.
#25 fault detection time too short Extend #25 fault detection time
ZXK-6000-S- A upper and lower Short signal common V- to upper & lower door zone
door zone signal monitoring monitoring signal manually or disconnect upper door zone
point (P2.0&P2.1) hardware and lower door zone monitoring signal. Verify
damaged ZXK-6000-S- A detects the level change.
Code Type Fault name
UCMP sub-leveling error 2
26 V The system cannot detect the door zone signal during
releveling.
Causes Troubleshooting
Door zone sensor wiring or Correct
switch damaged wiring.
Replace the
switch.
ZXK-6000-S- A door zone Reset ZXK-6000-S- A door zone monitoring signal logic
monitoring signal (P2.2) logic (normally open/ closed). Default: Normally open.
error
#26 fault detection time too short Extend #26 fault detection time.
ZXK-6000-S- A door zone Manually short common V- to door zone monitoring signal
monitoring signal (P2.2) or disconnect the door zone monitoring signal. Verify
8. Events/Troubleshooting

hardware damaged. ZXK-6000-S- A detects the level change.


Code Type Fault name
UCMP sub-error 3
27 V
Releveling signal detected for excessive time
Cause Troubleshooting
ZXK-6000-S- A releveling Set ZXK-6000-S- A releveling controller monitoring
controller monitoring signal signal logic (normally open/closed) correctly. Default:
(P4.3) logic error Normally open.
Connection error Verify releveling controller feedback signal and
ZXK-6000-S- A monitoring signal (P4.3) connection wired

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correctly.
Releveling controller feedback Replace releveling controller hardware.
signal is bad
ZXK-6000-S- A releveling Manually short signal common V- to releveling controller
controller monitoring signal monitoring signal or disconnect releveling controller
(P4.3) hardware dam- aged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the level
change.
Code Type Fault name
UCMP sub-error 4
28 V
Releveling controller feedback signal stuck during releveling
Cause Troubleshooting
ZXK-6000-S- A releveling Set ZXK-6000-S- A releveling controller monitoring
monitoring signal(P4.3) logic signal logic (normally open/normally closed). Default:
error Normally open.
Connection error Verify relevel controller feedback signal and ZXK-6000-S- A
monitoring signal (P4.3) connection correctly wired.
Releveling controller feedback Replace releveling controller hardware
signal is bad
ZXK-6000-S-A releveling Manually short common V- to releveling controller
controller monitoring signal monitoring signal or disconnect releveling controller
(P4.3) hardware dam- aged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the level
change.
Code Type Fault name
29 V UCMP error (Unintended Motion Protection enabled)
Cause Troubleshooting
The system detects UCMP error Check that brake is functioning
properly. Place car on inspection.
Reset fault.
Code Type Fault name
Safety circuit disconnected
30 V
System detects safety circuit disconnected.
Cause Troubleshooting
Safety circuit disconnected Check each device in the safety circuit.
Select low-voltage safety Reset the contact signal.
circuit monitoring signal. Replace safety circuit
contactor.
Select high-voltage safety Safety circuit high voltage monitoring signal voltage
circuit monitoring signal. range AC/DC 110V15%
Safety circuit voltage is lower Increase the safety circuit power transformer capacity
than the monitoring signal
8. Events/Troubleshooting

voltage range
Select high voltage safety Increase the safety circuit power supply transformer
circuit monitoring signal. capacity.
When the elevator starts, the
safety circuit voltage is lower than
the monitoring signal voltage
range.
ZXK-6000-S- A safety circuit ZXK-6000-S- A cannot monitor safety circuit high voltage
monitoring signal (P2.5 or P5.2) monitoring signal or low voltage monitoring signal
hardware damaged variations.

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Code Type Fault name


Door lock disconnected during the run
31 V System detects car or hall door lock circuit disconnected
during run.
Cause Troubleshooting
Pick up roller and clutch Adjust car door pick up roller position. Verify no floor pick
adjustment incorrect. Pick up up roller contact. Verify mechanical linkage between each
roller contacting clutch during hall door of each floor.
run.
Hall door lock circuit disconnected Verify electrical switch of each floor.
Car door lock circuit disconnected Verify car door electrical switch.
Low voltage door lock monitoring Reset contact signal.
signal. Replace door lock
Door lock relay contact is bad contactor.
Select high voltage hall door lock Hall door lock and car door lock circuit high voltage
and car door lock monitoring monitoring signal voltage range: AC/DC 110V15%
signal. Increase hall door lock or car door lock circuit power
Hall door lock or car door lock supply trans- former capacity.
volt- age is lower than monitoring
voltage range.
Select high voltage hall door lock Increase the hall door lock or car door lock circuit
and car door lock monitoring power supply transformer capacity.
signal.
When the elevator starts, hall
door lock or door lock voltage is
lower than monitoring signal
voltage value.
ZXK-6000-S- A door lock circuit Verify wiring and function.
monitoring signal
(P2.4/P5.0,P5.1) hardware dam-
aged
Code Type Fault name
Door lock short error
32 V Door lock or car door lock signal and door open limit signal
function at the same time
Cause Troubleshooting
Hall door lock or car door lock Verify no shorts.
signal shorted Check door open limit signal functioning properly.
Cartop controller switch limit Reset cartop controller switch limit monitoring logic
monitoring logic error (normally open/ normally closed).
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Door operator damaged Adjust door system.


Code Type Fault name
33 V Elevator does not stop at door zone under automatic mode
Cause Troubleshooting
Elevator outside door zone Troubleshoot according to the system fault record.
during auto-mode
Door zone signal lost Verify door zone signal circuit between cartop and control
cabinet is normal.
ZXK-6000-S- A door zone signal Reset ZXK-6000-S- A door zone signal monitoring logic
monitoring (P2.2) logic error (normally open/normally closed).

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Default: normally open


Leveling speed too high Reduce leveling run speed.
High level menu->selection function-> leveling
configuration leveling run speed
Elevator stops at non-leveling Elevator normal run time sequence
position, elevator switch from
inspection mode to automatic run
mode
ZXK-6000-S- A door zone Short common signal V- to door zone monitoring signal
monitoring signal (P2.2) manually or disconnect the door zone monitoring signal.
hardware damaged Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the level change.
Code Type Fault name
High voltage door lock signal and low voltage door lock
monitoring signal not consistent
Safety door lock detection =0 (high/low voltage). System
35 V
detects high voltage door lock signal has changed but low
voltage door lock signal has not or high voltage door lock
signal has not changed but low voltage signal has.
Cause Troubleshooting
Safety door lock detection Set safety door lock detection value according to
parameter configuration is wrong actual configuration. 0, Detect both high and low
voltage. 1, Only detect high voltage. 2, Only detect low
voltage
Door lock contactor stuck Contactor damaged or too little capacity, replace.
Code Type Fault name
High voltage safety signal and low voltage safety
monitoring signal not synchronized
Safety door lock detection=0 (detect both high and low
36 V
voltage). System detects high voltage safety signal
changed but low voltage signal did not or high voltage
safety signal did not change but low voltage signal did.
Cause Troubleshooting
Safety door lock detection Set the safety door lock detection value through
parameter configuration is wrong electrical devices configuration
0: Detect both high voltage and low voltage. 1: Only detect
high voltage.
2: Only detect low voltage.
Safety contactor stuck Contactor damaged or capacity too small, replace.
Code Type Fault name
Run overtime error
8. Events/Troubleshooting

37 V Elevator express run time exceeds run time protection


setting
Cause Troubleshooting
Elevator auto-run or leveling Increase runtime protection setting value.
protection time setting too short. Leveling run protection time = run time protection *5
Single floor run over time or Configure according to the elevator run overtime
multi- floor run overtime detection to set the run protection time parameter.
Run overtime detection = 0 (Run overtime between 2
door zones). Run overtime detection condition = 1 (Full
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Door zone signal lost Cartop door zone signal sensor device damaged. Replace
the device. Hoistway door zone magnetic board or stripe
lost or damaged.
Door zone monitoring signal circuit disconnected.
Motor stall Clear mechanical or other motor stall issues.
Car resistance Clear mechanical issues.
Rope slip Verify proper counterweighting. Replace rope.
Elevator decelerate enable Increase the elevator maximum running speed setting
value.
Code Type Fault name
Door zone signal stuck
40 IV Door zone signal continuously valid after elevator runs 5
seconds.
Cause Troubleshooting
Motor stall Clear mechanical or other motor stall issues.
Rope slip Verify counterweighting. Replace rope.
ZXK-6000-S- A mid-door zone Manually short common signal V- to door zone monitoring
monitoring signal (P2.2) signal or disconnect door zone monitoring signal. Verify
hardware damaged ZXK-6000-S- A detects the signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
Low-speed down and up forced deceleration switches
42 IV
activated at the same time.
Cause Troubleshooting
Switch damaged Replace low-speed down or low-speed up deceleration
switch.
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Main controller corresponding Reset low-speed down or low-speed up deceleration switch
signal logic error monitoring logic. Default: Normally closed.
ZXK-6000-S- A low-speed down Manually short common signal V- to low-speed down or
(P1.2) or low- speed up forced low-speed up forced deceleration switch signal or
deceleration switch monitoring disconnect low-speed down or low-speed up forced
(P1.3) hardware damaged. deceleration switch signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects
the signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
43 III Earthquake fault
Cause Troubleshooting
Earthquake switch function normal Earthquake mode. System enters earthquake emergency
mode.
Earthquake switch malfunction Replace switch.
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Earthquake switch signal logic Reset earthquake switch signal logic.


error
ZXK-6000-S- A earthquake Manually short common signal V- to earthquake switch
switch monitoring signal monitoring signal or disconnect earthquake switch
hardware damaged. monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the
signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
44 III Earthquake 1 error
Cause Troubleshooting
Earthquake 1 switch normally Earthquake 1 mode. System enters earthquake emergency

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activated mode.
Earthquake switch malfunction Replace switch.
Disconnect or connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Earthquake 1 switch signal logic Reset earthquake 1 switch logic (NC/NO).
ZXK-6000-S- A earthquake 1 Manually short common signal V- to earthquake 1 switch
switch monitoring signal monitoring signal or disconnect earthquake 1 switch
hardware damaged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the signal
level change.
Code Type Fault name
46 V Elevator run speed greater than rated speed, 115%
Cause Troubleshooting
Motor parameter incorrectly set Set the controller motor parameter correctly
Encoder parameter incorrect Set the controller encoder parameters correctly
Code Type Fault name
47 II Down limit switch activated
Cause Troubleshooting
Elevator passes through Elevator slips when stopping: Adjust the stopping time
mid-door zone when stopping sequence. Encoder signal interference: Properly ground
signal cable.
Motor brake failed: Adjust or repair.
Down limit switch malfunction Replace or re-adjust the switch.
Down limit switch installation Installation position or door zone position
position incorrect incorrect. Adjust switch position.
Rope slip Verify counterweighting. Replace rope.
Signal cable connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Down limit switch signal logic error Reset the down limit switch logic signal
ZXK-6000-S- A down limit Manually short common signal V- to down limit switch
switch monitoring signal (P1.6) monitoring signal or disconnect the down limit switch
hardware damaged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the
signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
48 II Up limit switch activated
Cause Troubleshooting
Low-speed up limit switch Elevator slips when stopping. Adjust stopping phase
activated. sequence. Encoder pulses interference. Ground cable
properly.
Motor brake failed. Adjust or replace motor brake
Up limit switch malfunction Replace switch or adjust switch position.
Up limit switch position incorrect Switch or door zone position incorrect. Adjust switch
position.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Rope slip Verify counterweighting. Replace rope.


Signal cable connection error Replace the cable or reconnect.
Up limit switch signal logic error Reset up limit switch signal logic.
ZXK-6000-S- A Up limit switch Manually short signal common V- to the up limit switch
monitoring signal (P1.7) monitoring signal or disconnect the up limit switch
hardware damaged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the
signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
Run contactor monitoring signal has no feedback
50 V
After the system outputs run contactor output signal

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(T6.2), feedback signal is not detected (P2.6)


Cause Troubleshooting
Run contactor damaged Replace run contactor.
Control cable disconnected or Replace the cable or reconnect.
connection error
ZXK-6000-S- A run contactor Reset ZXK-6000-S- A run contactor monitoring signal
monitoring signal (P2.6) logic logic, (normally open/normally closed). Default: Normally
error closed.
Check if run contactor(P2.6) Manually short signal common V- to the run contactor
damaged monitoring signal or disconnect the run contactor
monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the signal
level change.
Code Type Fault name
Run contactor monitoring signal stuck
After control system disconnects run contactor output
51 V
signal (T6.2), the feedback signal (P2.6) remains
activated.
Cause Troubleshooting
Run contactor stuck Replace run contactor or reconfigure external circuit.
ZXK-6000-S- A run contactor Reset ZXK-6000-S- A run contactor monitoring signal logic
monitoring signal (P2.6) logic (normally open/closed).
error Default: Normally closed.
Control cable connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
ZXK-6000-S- A run contactor Manually short the common signal V- to run contactor
monitoring signal (P2.6) monitoring signal or disconnect the run contactor
hardware damaged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the signal
level change.
ZXK-6000-S- A run contactor ZXK-6000-S- A cannot control the run contactor activation.
output signal (P6.2) hardware
damaged.
Code Type Fault name
Brake contactor monitoring signal has no feedback
52 V Control system outputs brake output signal (T6.3),
feedback signal (P2.7) change is not detected.
Cause Troubleshooting
Brake contactor damaged Replace brake contactor.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor Reset ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor monitoring logic
monitoring signal (P2.7) logic (normally open/normally closed)
error Default: Normally closed.
Control cable connection error Replace the cable or reconnect
8. Events/Troubleshooting

ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor Manually short signal common V- to brake contactor


monitoring signal (P2.7) monitoring signal or disconnect the brake contactor
hardware damaged monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the signal
level change.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor ZXK-6000-S- A cannot control the brake contactor
output signal (P6.3) hardware activation.
damaged
Code Type Fault name
Brake contactor monitoring signal stuck
53 V
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feedback signal P2.7 remains valid


Cause Troubleshooting
Brake contactor stuck Replace brake contactor or reconfigure external circuit.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor Reset ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor monitoring
monitoring signal (P2.7) logic signal logic (normally open/normally closed)
error Default: Normally closed.
Control cable connection error. Replace cable or reconnect.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor Manually short the signal common V- to brake contactor
monitoring signal (P2.7) monitoring signal or disconnect the brake contactor
hardware damaged. monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the signal
level change.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake contactor ZXK-6000-S- A cannot control the activation of the brake
output signal (P6.3) hardware contactor
damaged.
Code Type Fault name
Brake traveling switch monitoring signal not detected
After system outputs brake output signal (P6.3),
54 V
system does not detect brake traveling switch signal
(P3.3).
Cause Troubleshooting
Motor brake has not picked Check brake electrically and mechanically.
Brake traveling switch Adjust brake traveling switch position.
installation is incorrect
Brake traveling switch damaged Replace brake traveling switch.
Control cable disconnected or Replace cable or reconnect.
connection error.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake traveling Reset ZXK-6000-S- A brake traveling switch signal logic
switch monitoring signal (P3.3) (normally open/normally closed). Default: Normally closed.
logic error
ZXK-6000-S- A brake traveling Manually short the signal common V- to brake traveling
switch monitoring signal (P3.3) monitoring signal or disconnect the brake traveling switch
hardware dam- aged. monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the
signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
Brake traveling switch stuck
After system disconnects brake output signal(T6.3),
55 V
brake traveling switch signal (P3.3) is detected and
continuously activated.
Cause Troubleshooting
Brake is not fully closed Verify brake electrically and mechanically.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Brake traveling switch installation Adjust brake traveling switch position.


not correct
Brake traveling switch damaged Replace the brake traveling switch.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake traveling Reset ZXK-6000-S- A traveling switch monitoring logic
switch monitoring (normally open/normally closed).
signal(P3.3)logic error Default: Normally closed.
Control cable connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
ZXK-6000-S- A brake traveling Manually short the common signal V- to the brake traveling
switch monitoring signal (P3.3) switch monitoring signal or disconnect the brake traveling
hardware dam- aged switch monitoring signal. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the

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signal level change.


Code Type Fault name
Two high voltage door lock input signals enabled, low
56 V
voltage door lock disabled.
Cause Troubleshooting
Door lock contactor damaged Replace door lock contactor.
Safety door lock detection Set safety door lock detection value according to actual
parameter error use.
0, Detect both high and low voltage. 1, Only detect high
voltage. 2, Only detect low voltage.
Code Type Fault name
High voltage safety input enabled, low-voltage
57 V
monitoring point is not activated.
Cause Troubleshooting
Safety contactor damaged Replace safety contactor.
Safety door lock detection Set safety door lock detection value according to actual
parameter error use.
0, Detect both high and low voltage. 1, Only detect high
voltage. 2, Detect only low voltage.
Code Type Fault name
External drive enable signal has no feedback
58 V After controller outputs run contactor signal (T6.1),
external drive enable signal (BB) is not activated.
Cause Troubleshooting
Run contactor is not pulled. Run contactor coil wiring error.
Run contactor malfunction, replace contactor.
Run contactor control circuit or Replace cable or reconnect.
BB signal detection circuit
disconnected or connection error
ZXK-6000-S- A BB monitoring Manually short signal common V- to BB signal or BB
signal hard- ware damaged signal disconnected. Verify ZXK-6000-S- A detects the
signal level change.
Code Type Fault name
External drive enable signal stuck
After the contactor signal (P6.2) disconnected from the
59 V
controller, input external drive enable signal (BB) is not
disconnected.
Cause Troubleshooting
Run contactor stuck Replace run contactor or reconfigure the external circuit.
Run contactor control circuit or Replace cable or reconnect.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

BB signal detection circuit has


connection error
ZXK-6000-S- A BB monitoring Manually remove controller BB signal input, controller
signal hard- ware damaged monitoring signal has no change.
Code Type Fault name
Door open error
60 II After the elevator door is open for 10 seconds, door open
limit signal is not detected.
Causes Troubleshooting
Door operator stall Clear the hall door and the car door sill.

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Door operator does not receive Cartop controller door open output signal failed.
door open signal Cartop controller door open output signal and door open
signal connection error.
Door operator parameters Re-adjust the door operator.
configuration or adjustment
incorrect
Cartop controller switch limit Reset the door open limit monitoring signal logic.
signal logic setting error Adjust the door open limit output signal electrical
configuration.
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Door control damaged Replace door control.
Code Type Fault name
Door closing error
61 II After the elevator door is closed for 10 seconds, door
closing limit signal is not detected.
Cause Troubleshooting
Door operator stall Clear hall door and car door sill.
Door does not receive door Cartop controller door close output signal malfunction.
closing signal Cartop controller door closing output signal and door
operator closing signal connection error or disconnected.
Replace cable or connect again.
Door operator system Reset the door operator system.
parameters setting or
adjustment incorrect
Cartop controller door closing Reset door closing limit monitoring signal logic.
limit signal logic error Adjust the door closing output signal electrical configuration
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Cartop controller door closing Verify signal.
limit signal hardware damaged
Door controller damaged Replace door control.
Code Type Fault name
Door open limit and door closing limit signals active at same
62 III
time
Cause Troubleshooting
Cartop controller door open limit Reset door open limit and door closing limit monitoring
signal and door close limit signal signal logic. Adjust door open limit and door closing limit
logic error output signal electrical configuration.
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect
Cartop controller hardware Verify signal.
damaged
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Code Type Fault name


Safety edge/light-curtain overtime error
64 III The system detected the safety edge or light curtain signal
continues to be active 180 seconds or longer.
Cause Troubleshooting
Safety edge or light-curtain Remove barrier.
device is blocked
Safety edge or light-curtain Adjust the safety edge
malfunction device. Clean
light-curtains.

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Safety edge or light-curtain Reset safety edge or light-curtain signal monitoring logic.
signal logic error Adjust the safety edge or light-curtain output signal
normally open/ normally closed configuration.
Safety edge or light-curtain Replace safety edge or light-curtain device.
device damaged
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Cartop controller safety edge Verify signal.
signal or light-curtain signal
monitor dam- aged
Code Type Fault name
Power grid failure
65 I UPS or controller power outage detection signal (P4.2)
activated.
Cause Troubleshooting
Auto-rescue Check supply voltage.
Power outage signal (P4.2) logic Reset the power monitoring logic.
error.
Power outage signal (P4.2) Replace cable or reconnect.
connection error
Main controller power outage Verify signal.
detection signal monitor
damaged
Code Type Fault name
Door close limit valid but door lock is not closed.
66 III After system detects door closing limit signal, door lock
signal is not detected.
Cause Troubleshooting
Door lock mechanical Re-adjust the door lock or the car door lock mechanical
adjustment incorrect position.
Door lock contactor malfunction Replace door lock contactor
Controller high voltage monitor Verify signal.
mal- function
Code Type Fault name
70 III Low-speed car limit switches activated at same time
Cause Troubleshooting
Switch damaged Replace up or down low-speed limit switch.
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Controller up, down low-speed Reset the up, down low-speed limit switch (P1.6/P1.7)
limit switch signal (P1.6/P1.7) logic signal, Default: Normally close
logic error
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Controller up or down low-speed Verify signal.


limit switch monitoring hardware
dam- aged
Code Type Fault name
Up/down mid speed forced deceleration switches
71 III
activated at same time
Cause Troubleshooting
Up or down mid-speed forced Replace up or down mid-speed forced deceleration switch.
deceleration switch damaged
Connection error Replace the cable or reconnect.

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Controller up, down, mid forced Reset the up, down, mid forced deceleration switch
deceleration switch signal logic signal logic. Default: Normally closed.
set- ting error.
Controller up or down mid-speed Verify signal.
forced deceleration switch
monitoring hardware damaged.
Code Type Fault name
Low-speed down forced deceleration switch signal stuck
72 III Nine seconds after elevator departed bottom floor,
low-speed down forced deceleration switch is not reset
Cause Troubleshooting
Low-speed forced deceleration Replace switch.
switch damaged
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Elevator acceleration curve too Increase starting acceleration jerk, acceleration speed
slow and ending acceleration jerk threshold.
Installation position incorrect Installation height and elevator speed not matched.
Controller low-speed down forced Verify signal.
deceleration switch monitoring
hard- ware damaged
Code Type Fault name
Low-speed up forced deceleration switch signal stuck
73 III Nine seconds after elevator departs top floor, low-speed
up forced deceleration switch is not reset.
Cause Troubleshooting
Low-speed up forced Replace switch.
deceleration switch damaged
Connection problem Replace the cable or reconnect.
Deceleration curve too slow Increase starting deceleration jerk, deceleration and ending
deceleration threshold
Wrong installation position Adjust switch installation.
Controller low-speed up forced Verify signal.
deceleration monitoring hardware
dam- aged
Code Type Fault name
Intermediate down forced deceleration switch signal stuck
74 III Nine seconds after elevator departs bottom floor,
intermediate down forced switch is not reset.
Cause Troubleshooting
Moderate down forced Replace switch.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

deceleration switch damage


Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Acceleration curve too slow Increase starting acceleration jerk, acceleration and ending
acceleration threshold.
Switch installation position Reinstall or adjust switch installation position.
incorrect
Controller moderate speed down Verify signal.
forced deceleration switch
monitoring hardware damaged
Code Type Fault name

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Intermediate up forced deceleration switch signal stuck


75 III Nine seconds after elevator departed top floor, mid-up
forced deceleration switch does not reset.
Cause Troubleshooting
Moderate speed up forced Replace switch.
deceleration switch damaged
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Elevator deceleration curve too Increase starting deceleration jerk, speed.
slow
Incorrect switch position Re-install or adjust switch installation position.
Controller intermediate speed up Verify the signal.
forced deceleration switch
monitoring hardware damaged.
Code Type Fault name
Incorrect leveling
76 III When releveling starts, controller does not detect door
open relay activation.
Cause Troubleshooting
Shorted door lock circuit contactor
1. Replace shorted door lock circuit contactor.

2. Check corresponding logic setting.

ZXK-6000-S- A safety door Reset ZXK-6000-S- A safety door opening board


opening board monitoring signal monitoring signal logic (normally open/normally
(P4.4) logic error closed).
Default: Normally open.
ZXK-6000-S- A safety door open Reset ZXK-6000-S- A safety door open relay monitoring
relay monitoring signal (P4.3) signal logic (normally open/closed)
logic error Default: Normally open.
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect.
Safety door opening board Replace door opening board.
hardware
Safety door open relay abnormal Replace safety door open relay.
ZXK-6000-S- A safety door Verify signal.
opening board monitoring board
signal (P4.4) hard- ware
damaged
ZXK-6000-S- A safety door open Verify signal.
relay monitoring signal (P4.3)
hardware dam- aged
Code Type Fault name
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Terminal speed protection


When elevator express car encounters forced deceleration
77 IV
switch, current speed is higher than corresponding switch
speed protection percentage.
Cause Troubleshooting
Elevator overspeed Check motor and encoder parameters. Verify motor rated
rpm, rated frequency, encoder resolution.
Adjust drive PI value to make sure the curve is normal.
Terminal switch position incorrect Adjust low-speed up or down forced deceleration switch,
mid-speed or down forced deceleration switch, high-speed

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

up or down forced deceleration switch installation position.


Repeat hoistway learn.
Terminal overspeed Increase the terminal overspeed protection value.
protection threshold setting
too small
Code Type Fault name
High speed up and down forced deceleration signals
78 III
activated at same time
Cause Troubleshooting
High speed up or down forced Replace high speed up or down forced deceleration switch.
deceleration switch damaged
Connection error Replace the cable or reconnect.
ZXK-6000-S- A high speed up, Reset the high-speed up, down forced deceleration
down forced deceleration switch switch signal. Default: Normally closed.
logic error
ZXK-6000-S- A high speed up or Verify signal.
down forced deceleration switch
monitoring hardware damaged
Code Type Fault
79 IV Elevator position error
Cause Troubleshooting
Hoistway learn not performed Learn the hoistway.
Hoistway forced deceleration Adjust the hoistway forced deceleration
switch installation position has switch. Repeat elevator hoistway learn.
changed.
The hoistway height is not the
same as the hoistway learn.
Rope slip Verify counterweighting. Replace rope.
Encoder pulse signal interference Ground encoder signal cable properly.
ZXK-6000-S- A button battery Replace the backup battery.
power lower than the normal Button battery model: CR1220.
voltage range
Hoistway forced deceleration Switch position changed two or more times during a run.
switch malfunction Verify each low-speed, mid-speed, high-speed up and
down forced deceleration switch.
Hoistway forced deceleration Check low-speed, mid-speed, high-speed up and down
switch damaged forced deceleration switches.
Replace all damaged switches.
ZXK-6000-S- A hoistway forced Verify signal.
deceleration switch signal
8. Events/Troubleshooting

monitor damaged
Code Type Fault name
Contactor activation error
84 V
The system detects ten no.50, 52, or 54 faults.
Cause Troubleshooting
The run contactor monitoring Please refer to run contactor monitoring signal has no
signal provides no feedback for feedback error.
10 times.
Brake contactor monitoring Please refer to brake contactor monitoring signal no
signal provides no feedback for feedback error.

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

10 times.
Brake traveling switch Please refer to brake traveling switch monitoring signal no
monitoring signal has no feedback error.
feedback for 10 times
Code Type Fault name
85 V Releveling overtime protection
Cause Troubleshooting
Releveling run speed is too low Increase releveling run speed setting value.
Releveling run protection time Increase releveling run time protection setting value.
set- ting too short.
Upper door zone or lower door Cartop upper door zone or lower door zone sensor
zone signal lost damaged. Replace.
Hoistway door zone magnetic board or stripe lost or
damaged. Add or replace the device.
Upper door zone or lower door zone monitoring signal
circuit disconnect. Replace cable.
Controller upper door zone or lower door zone
monitoring signal damaged.
Motor stall Clear mechanical or other cause of motor stall.
Car has resistance Check for mechanical error,
Rope slip Verify correct counterweighting. Replace ropes.
Code Type Fault name
Drive overcurrent 1, OC1
V During acceleration/deceleration process, drive
output current exceeded threshold.
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
Acceleration deceleration time Decrease the acceleration/deceleration slope,
too short
Drive parameters so not suit motor Input motor parameters correctly. Complete motor
auto-tune.
Encoder angle deviation is too Input motor parameters correctly. Check encoder
large cable. Check encoder cable ground. Repeat motor
auto-tune.
Drive output side shorted. Reconnect or replace the cable.
Drive capacity does not match Refer to the silver label. Verify drive and motor properly
motor matched.
PG phase and motor phase Adjust motor UVW phase sequence. Repeat motor
sequence do not match auto-tune. Adjust PG phase sequence. Repeat motor
auto-tune.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Drive module release current Increase motor current release delay time during stopping.
time too short
Code Type Fault name
Drive overcurrent during constant speed, OC2.
V During constant speed, drive output current exceeded
threshold (about rated current x 200%)
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
Acceleration deceleration time Decrease the acceleration deceleration slope.
too short

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Drive parameters and motor do Input motor parameters correctly. Repeat motor auto tune.
not match
Encoder angle deviation too large. Input motor parameters correctly. Check encoder cable
and cable ground. Repeat motor auto tune.
Drive output side shorted Reconnect or replace cable.
or grounded
PG phase sequence and motor do Adjust motor UVW phase sequence. Repeat motor
not match. auto-tune. Adjust PG phase sequence. Repeat motor
auto-tune.
Drive capacity/motor do not Refer to the silver label. Verify drive and motor are properly
match. matched.
Drive module release current Increase motor current release delay time during stopping.
time too short
Code Type Fault name
Main circuit deceleration overcurrent, OV1.
V Main circuit DC voltage exceeds the
threshold. About 780 V.
Cause Troubleshooting
Power voltage too high Lower the voltage within the drive power specifications.
Deceleration time too short. Decrease the deceleration slope
Regenerated power from motor to Connect the brake resistor or the brake resistor unit to the
drive too large drive.
Brake resistor or brake unit Configure brake resistor or brake unit correctly.
incorrectly sized
Brake resistor or brake unit Wire correctly.
wiring error.
Brake resistor or brake unit Replace brake resistor or brake resistor unit wiring.
wiring damaged.
Code Type Fault name
Main circuit overvoltage during constant speed: OV2
V Main circuit DC voltage exceeds overvoltage detection
threshold. About 780V.
Cause Troubleshooting
Power voltage too high Lower the voltage within the drive power specification
Deceleration time too short. Decrease the deceleration slope.
Regenerated power from motor to Connect brake resistor or brake resistor unit to the drive.
drive too large
Brake resistor or brake resistor Configure brake resistor or brake resistor unit according to
unit do not match controller specifications.
Brake resistor or brake resistor Wire correctly.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

unit wiring incorrect.


The brake resistor or brake Replace brake resistor or brake resistor unit wiring.
resistor unit wiring damaged
Code Type Fault name
Drive module overcurrent or overheat, OC3.
V Drive output current exceeds threshold (approximately
200% of the rated current).
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
Acceleration or deceleration Decrease the acceleration deceleration curve slope

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

times too short.


Drive parameters and motor do Input motor parameters correctly. Repeat motor auto tune.
not match
Drive output side shorted Reconnect or replace the cable.
Drive capacity and motor do Refer to the silver label. Verify drive and motor are matched.
not match
Code Type Fault name
Module overcurrent, OC4.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Reduce load or increase the capacity of the drive
Acceleration/ deceleration is Decrease deceleration curve slope.
too small.
Drive parameters and motor do Input motor parameter correctly. Repeat motor auto tune.
not match
Drive output side is shorted reconnect correctly or replace the wire.
Drive capacity and motor do Refer to the silver label. Verify drive and motor are matched.
not match
Drive damaged Replace drive
Code Type Fault name
Circuit voltage abnormal when stopping, OV3.
V Main circuit DC voltage exceeds brake threshold, 400V.
About 680V.
Cause Troubleshooting
Power voltage is too high Lower the voltage to the range of the drive specifications.
Cause Type Fault name
Ground leakage (GF)
V
The average leakage current > threshold
Cause Troubleshooting
Motor burned or degraded Test motor insulation. Replace motor if needed.
insulation
Cable damage short circuit Check the power cable to the motor.
Make sure elevator cable resistance is same as the
terminal resistance value
The cable and the ground When cable length exceeds 100m, lower the carrier
terminal have large distributed frequency. Take measures to reduce stray
capacitance capacitance.
Drive damaged Replace the drive
Code Type Fault name
Drive overload, OL3.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

V Fault based on drive rated current electrical overheat


protection.
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
Output current exceeds drive Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
rated current 180% for 10s
Drive capacity and motor do Check the silver label. Verify drive and motor are matched.
not match
Code Type Fault name
V Other overheat, OH2.

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Drive overheat protection


Cause Troubleshooting
Environment temperature too high Improve control cabinet cooling.
Machine room installation cooling device (cooling fan or
air conditioner). Lower the environment temperature.
Overload Reduce the load.
Reduce carrier frequency.
Drive internal cooling fan damaged Replace cooling fan.
Code Type Fault name
Brake error, BRE.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Brake circuit abnormal Verify brake electrically and mechanically.
Drive abnormal Verify drive functionality.
Code Type Fault name
Drive self-detection error 1, BD.
V
Cause Troubleshooting
Drive self-detection abnormal Verify drive functionality.
Code Type Fault name
Drive self-detection error 2, BER1.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Drive self-detection abnormal Verify drive functionality.
Code Type Fault name
Drive self-detection error, BER2.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Drive self-detection abnormal Verify drive functionality.
Code Type Fault name
PG self-detection error, PGF.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Encoder disconnection protection Replace cable or
disconnect. Repeat
motor auto tune.
Encoder data abnormal Replace encoder or PG card. Repeat motor auto-tune.
PG card communication abnormal Replace PG card. Repeat motor auto-tune.
Encoder communication error/ Replace the cable or
dis- connection reconnect. Repeat motor
8. Events/Troubleshooting

auto-tune.
UVW level abnormal Replace the encoder or PG card. Repeat motor auto-tune.
Code Type Fault name
Current transformer self-detection error, CE.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
System self-detection abnormal Check control signal, main circuit, ground wiring for
interference.
Code Type Fault name

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Program error, PRE.


V

Cause Troubleshooting
Encoder pulses abnormal Check encoder, main circuit, ground wiring.
Code Type Fault name
Command abnormal: EF
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Input positive and negative Verify signals.
command at the same time
Code Type Fault name
Motor auto-tune failed, LE.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Cannot reach the test current Check if motor is disconnected.
Check for motor parameter setting errors. Repeat auto tune.
Testing result abnormal Adjust motor parameters. Repeat auto tune.
Cannot reach the test speed Motor dynamic auto-tune error
Motor shaft load too large, motor parameter setting error,
incorrect line number for encoder, motor does not rotate.
Motor or encoder disconnect.
Encoder phase is not correct Replace the cable or
reconnect. Repeat auto
tune.
Encoder damaged Replace encoder.
Encoder and motor poles not ABZUVW encoder
consistent or encoder line number detection error. Replace
incorrect encoder or cable.
Code Type Fault name
Main circuit low voltage during stopping, UV.
V Main circuit DC voltage lower than detection threshold
when stop- ping.
Causes Troubleshooting
Input power wiring terminal loose Check that wiring is correct. Secure the connection
terminals.
Input voltage is not stable Check power.
Power outage Check power.
Code Type Fault name
Parameter setting error, OPE1.
V
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Causes Troubleshooting
Parameter setting exceeds the Set the parameter correctly.
range
Code Type Fault name
Parameter abnormal, OPE2.
V

Causes Troubleshooting
Parameter setting exceeds the Set the parameter correctly.
range
Code Type Fault name

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Cooling fin overheat, OH1.


V Drive cooling fan exceeds the set value of the overheat
protection.
Causes Troubleshooting
Environment temperature too high Improve the control cabinet cooling.
Machine room installation cooling device (cooling fan or
air conditioner). Lower the environmental temperature.
Surrounding has high-heat Check for surrounding high-heat products. Remove or cool
products properly.
Drive internal cooling fan damaged Replace cooling fan
Cooling channel blockage Clear debris to ensure cooling channel is not blocked.
Code Type Fault name
Input missing phase, PF1.
V

Cause Troubleshooting
Drive input side missing phase Check if main circuit wiring is
disconnected. Replace the cable and
wire correct.
Input power wiring terminal is Verify wiring and connections.
loose
Input power voltage fluctuation Verify/correct power stability.
Code Type Fault name
Output missing phase, PF2.
V

Causes Troubleshooting
Drive output side missing phase Verify wiring is
correct. Replace
the cables.
Output wiring terminal loose Verify connections.
Motor coil disconnected Replace motor.
Drive damaged Replace motor.
Code Type Fault name
Overspeed, OS1.
V Motor speed exceeds overspeed protection threshold for
longer than the overspeed protection time.
Causes Troubleshooting
The control overshoots Adjust PI value correctly.
Parameter setting not correct Reset overspeed protection threshold, overspeed
protection time.
Code Type Fault name
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Excessive speed deviation, OS2.


The motor speed deviation exceeds the protection
V
threshold setting value for longer than the speed deviation
protection time.
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
Acceleration deceleration time Decrease the deceleration curve slope.
too short
PG phase sequence does not Change motor UVW phase sequence. Repeat motor
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8. Events/Troubleshooting

auto-tune.
Code Type Fault name
PG disconnected, PGO.
V The drive has frequency output command but did not
receive the PG pulses signal.
Cause Troubleshooting
PG cable Verify wiring and connections. Replace cable.
PG card damaged Replace the PG card.
Code Type Fault name
PG wrong phase, PGE.
The drive outputs positive signal but receives reverse
V
torque (or the drive outputs reverse signal but received
positive torque)
Cause Troubleshooting
PG phase sequence inconsistent Change motor UVW phase sequence. Repeat motor
with the motor phase sequence. auto-tune. Change the PG phase sequence. Repeat
motor auto-tune.
Code Type Fault name
Overload, OL2.
The drive output torque is larger than the overtorque
V
protection threshold setting value for longer than the
allowed time.
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the capacity of the drive.
Acceleration/deceleration time Decrease acceleration/deceleration curve slope.
too short
Over torque protection threshold Set over torque protection threshold and over torque
set- ting is lower than the default protection time.
Drive parameters and motor do Input motor parameter correctly. Repeat auto tune.
not match
Drive capacity/motor do not match Refer to the silver label. Verify drive and motor are properly
matched.
Code Type Fault name
Motor overload, OL1.
V
Function based on motor rated current overheat protection.
Cause Troubleshooting
Overload Decrease the load or increase the drive capacity.
Accelerate/decelerate time too Decrease the accelerate/decelerate slope
short
Over torque protection threshold Set the over torque protection threshold and over hold
8. Events/Troubleshooting

set- ting is lower than the default protection time correctly


Drive parameters and motor do Check silver label. Verify drive and motor are correctly
not match matched.
Drive capacity and motor do Check silver label. Verify drive and motor are correctly
not match matched.
Code Type Fault name
External Error, EE.
V
Cause Troubleshooting
External error Replace the drive.

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Code Type Fault name


Communication error, CCE.
V
Cause Troubleshooting
Drive cannot communicate Replace the drive.
externally
Code Type Fault name
Missing Phase Protection before the brake detection output,
V PF3.
Drive detects missing phase before the brake picks
Cause Troubleshooting
Drive output side has missing Verify main circuit wiring.
phase Replace the cable or correct wiring
Output wiring terminal loose Wire correctly and verify secure connection terminals.
Motor coil disconnected Replace the motor.
Drive damaged Replace the drive.
Code Type Fault name
Z phase adjustment abnormal, JE
V
Perform fault detection with ABZUVW incremental encoder
Causes Troubleshooting
No Z phase signal Connect encoder sequence correctly or replace encoder.
Encoder line/pole number Configure encoder and motor parameters correctly.
i n correct
Code Type Fault name
Hoistway height learn fault 1
211 III The total floor setting value and the number of magnets
detected during auto-tune do not match.
Causes Troubleshooting
Total floor setting error Set the total floor setting value correctly.
The number of door zone Make sure the number of door zone magnetic plates or
magnetic plates is wrong. stripes and the actual floor count are the same.
Door zone signal malfunction Check for an interference source.
Code Type Fault name
Hoistway learn error 2
212 III
Pulses error
Cause Troubleshooting
No pulses Verify positioning system.
Pulses-counting reversed Adjust pulses counting direction (forward or reversed)
Code Type Fault name
8. Events/Troubleshooting

Hoistway learn error 3


213 III Low-speed up forced deceleration signal activated after
hoistway learn reaches the top floor.
Cause Troubleshooting
Low-speed up forced Replace switch
deceleration switch damaged
Connection error Replace cable or reconnect
Low-speed up forced Correctly set the low-speed up forced deceleration switch
deceleration switch monitoring monitoring (P1.3) logic.
(P1.3) logic error Default: Normally closed.

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8. Events/Troubleshooting

Controller low-speed up forced Verify signal.


deceleration switch monitoring
(P1.3) hard- ware damaged
Code Type Fault name
Hoistway learn error 4
214 III During the auto-tune process, the low-speed down forced
deceleration switch did not reset.
Cause Troubleshooting
Low-speed down forced Replace the switch.
deceleration switch damaged
Connection error Replace the cable or reconnect.
Low-speed down forced Correctly set low-speed down forced deceleration switch
deceleration switch monitoring monitoring (P1.2) logic.
(P1.2) logic error Default: Normally closed.
Controller low-speed down forced Verify signal.
deceleration switch monitoring
hard- ware damaged
Code Type Fault name
Motor auto-tune overtime
220 III No auto-tune successful signal after motor auto-tunes for 1
minute
Cause Troubleshooting
Output contactor does not pull Check wiring.
Replace cable or other devices.
Drive error Troubleshoot according to drive fault.
8. Events/Troubleshooting

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9. Maintenance

9. Maintenance

In order to ensure Fusion working normally , we shall do daily check and periodic check.
If exceptions occur , please stop using immediately and find out the reason

9.1. Daily Check


Checking List
1. Fusion environmental (such as temperature, humidity , dust ) meet the prescribed
standard .

2. Fusion wiring terminal, jumper onboard , transducer have no abnormalities.


3. All Printed circuit boards have no oxidation and corrosion.

4. Input voltage within the scope of the required.

5. The electronic components of PCB have no oxidation.

9.2. Periodic Check


Only trained, qualified personnel are authorized to carry out maintenance, inspection or
parts replacement.

9.3. Shipping and Storage


Shipping Precautions
Avoid droping, violent or mechanically shocking, doing so poses geret risk of dysfunction.

Storage Condition
Avoid the following situation

1. Storage in an area exposed to direct sunlight

2. Temperature and humidity out of specified range

3. corrosive or flammable gas environment

4. Install in place full of salt and vibration

Please take protective measures If the following occurs, , otherwise, there will be the risk
of product damage

1. The environment with static electricity or other forms of noise ;


9. Maintenance

2. The environment with strong electromagnetic radiation ;

3. The environment with radioactive radiation ;

4. The environment is too close to the power supply, inverter and other power
equipment

Notes of storage
the environment hould be placed in dry and ventilated, products of stacked layers is not
too high

9.4. Incoming inspection

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9. Maintenance

1. Parts are complete

2. Surface without damage

3. Barcode

4. PASS tag

9.5. others
Manufacturer guarantee
Delivery within a year

Service
Troubleshooting (Paid Services)

Customer mistakes lead to product failure.

Outside the scope of NKET product specifications

Product failure caused by natural disasters and fires

Product failures were not caused by NKET

Contact information
AddressZhenze Road Binhu District, Wuxi City, the 27th Yuanxi Road Building 25 A
Zip Code214121
+86510-68869600 +86510-68869722
Tel
+86510-85166186
Fax
Websitehttp://www.nidec-ket.com
E-mailsales@nidec-ket.com

9.6. Appendix
Battery maintenance
Battery TypeCR1220

CAUTION

CR1220 ie the unique battery can be used with the controller .

Battery life2 years

Low battery has effect on the clock of controller


9. Maintenance

CAUTION

INDICATE

When the storage battery to comply with the following basic principles:
The battery should be stored in a cool and dry place
Storage temperature: 25 C (77 F), relative humidity : 40% - 60%.
Battery can store up to 30 days,[ at -45 C ~ 85 C (-49 F ~ 185 F) conditions], such as
shipping
Avoid other hazards, do not store more than 30 days in 60 C (140 F) temperature above .

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10. APPENDIX

10. APPENDIX

10.1. Complete Parameters


This section provides a complete list of Fusion parameters. Once you have achieved basic high
speed running using the four sets described previously, refer to individual parameters in this
section to complete any fine tuning required.

Complete Parameters

Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

Motor control group


FA1.01 Drive capacity Capacity Rated power Display only * *

47P5 7.5
4011 11.0
4015 15.0
4018 18.0
4022 22.0
4030 30.0
4037 37.0
4045 45.0
4055 55.0

FA1.06 Encoder type 0: ABZ incremental encode 0-7 2 *


1: ABZUVW incremental encoder
2: 1387 encoder
3 - 6: spare
7: 1313 encoder, ACPM
FA2.01 Motor control mode 0: V/F control 0-5 5 *
1: Spare
2: Asynchronous, induction
3: Spare
4: Spare
5: ACPM
FA2.02 Carrier frequency Primary switching frequency. Factory 2.0 - 16.0 8.0 *
setting will vary with model. This
setting should not need to be
changed.
10. APPENDIX

FA2.05 Current 0: No current compensation 0-1 0 *


compensation 1: Current compensation
FB1.13 Position control on Position control applied to prevent 0-1 0 *
start rollback at the beginning of a run.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
FB1.15 Motor rotation 0: Forward direction 0-1 0 *
direction 1: Opposite direction
FB1.16 Low voltage 0: Disabled 0-1 0 *
operation, 1: Enabled

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10. APPENDIX

Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

FC3.06 Current ramp down Current ramp down time 0.00 - 2.50 0.00 *
time (deceleration ramp). Unit: s
FE2.01 Rated power Rated motor power (kW): 0.1 - 200.0 6.4 *
Inverter capacity dependent value.
Motor learn required value.
Read only for ACPM.
FE2.02 Motor pole number Enter number of motor poles. 2 - 48 20 *
Auto tune required value.
FE2.03 Rated current Set rated FLA as reference value for 0.1 - 500.0 15.0 *
motor protection. Required before
auto tune. Unit: A
Rated motor
induced potential PMSM: VRMS @ rated speed
300
Rated motor ACPM: Name plate rated voltage
voltage 0.0 - 480.0 300
FE2.04
Rated motor
induced potential PMSM: VRMS @ rated speed 380

FE2.05 Rated frequency Nameplate rated frequency. Required 0.00 - 15.9 *


for motor learn. 600.00
Fe= Ne*P/120
Unit: Hz
FE2.06 Rated speed Rated motor RPM. 1 - 36000 95 *
Check with manufacturer if not on
label. This IS NOT motor synchronous
speed. For ACPM, no slip, this is
Rated Motor Frequency x 120 / # of
poles
FE2.07 No load current No load current setting. Set by motor 0.1 - 500.0 0 *
learn.
Unit: A
FE2.08 Rated slip Rated slip setting (asynchronous 0.10 - 20.00 1.50 *
motor). Sets reference value for
motor slip compensation.
Unit: Hz
FE2.09 Phase to phase Phase to phase (line to line) 0.01 - 30.0 0.922 *
resistance resistance. Set by motor auto tune.
Unit = ohm
FE2.10 Leakage Motor leakage inductance (sets 0.0 - 60.0 18.0 *
reactance % voltage drop from motor leakage
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inductance as a % of rated motor


voltage). Set by motor auto tune.

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

Gain
P
I FE5.01, FE5.04

FE5.02, FE5.05

Feedback Frequency
FE5.07

FE5.01 High-speed High speed Proportional gain. Along 0 - 100 20 *


proportional gain with FE5.04, sets high speed
proportional gain and integration
time.
FE5.02 Low-speed Low speed Proportional gain. Along 0 - 100 20 *
proportional gain with FE5.05, sets low speed
proportional gain and integration
time.
FE5.03 Starting Starting Proportional gain. Along with 0 - 100 30 *
proportional gain FE5.06, sets starting proportional
gain and integration time.
FE5.04 High-speed High speed integration time. Unit: ms 0 - 1000 100 *
integration time
FE5.05 Low-speed Low speed integration time. Unit: ms 0 - 1000 100 *
integration time
FE5.06 Starting integration Starting integration time. 0 - 1000 10 *
time Unit: ms
FE5.07 ASR Switching Switching frequency from low speed 0.00 - 50.00 *
Frequency to high speed gain. (FE5.01, FE5.02) 300.00
Unit: Hz
FE5.09 Torque filter time Torque command delay for FE5.10 0.1 - 25.0 1.0 *
and FE5.11. Closed loop operation.
Unit: ms
FE5.10 Output torque limit Sets amount of torque compensation 0.0 - 500.0 150.0 *
FE5.11 Brake torque limit when starting in the up direction with 0.0 - 500.0 150.0 *
a heavy load.
Sets the amount of torque
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compensation when starting in the


down direction with a light load.
Closed loop operation.
FE5.13 Torque limit change Rate of torque limit change for FE5.10 0.01 - 2.50 0.30 *
time and FE5.11 from 0 - 100% in
seconds. Closed loop operation.
FE5.15 Vibration restraint % Dampens vibration when V/F or 0 - 50 0 *
sensorless vector control are in
effect.

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

FE5.16 Position control Proportional gain in position 0.1 - 10.0 1.5 *


proportional gain closed-loop control. Anti rollback.
FE5.17 Current gain Current loop proportional gain 20 - 150 50 *
FH5.01 Encoder pulses Encoder pulses per rotation 100 - 20000 2048 *
FH5.02 PG pulse time Time from speed loop to torque 1.0 - 25.0 3.0 *
command output. Rarely needs
adjustment. Unit: ms
FH5.03 PG phase sequence 0: motor forward rotation 0-1 0 *
A phase ahead
1: motor forward rotation
B phase ahead
FH5.06 Z phase function 0: invalid 0-1 0 *
1: enabled
FH5.07 Encoder current Encoder electrical angle. 0.0 - 359.9 0.0 *
angle
FH5.09 Dynamic Auto Tune 0: No auto tune 01 0 *
1: Auto Tune
FJ1.01 Zero-speed Sets the inverter output frequency 0.01 - 10.00 0.50 *
threshold frequency below which DC braking will begin.
Unit: Hz
FJ2.01 Torque deviation 0: No compensation 0-3 0 *
compensation 1: Switching value compensation
2: Analog F2 input compensation
FJ2.02 Torque Set motor compensating torque in 0.0 - 100.0 0.0 *
compensation, forward rotation braking. V/F
forward rotation induction, open loop only.
braking (no load up)
FJ2.03 Torque Set motor compensating torque in 0.0 - 100.0 0.0 *
compensation reverse rotation. V/F induction, open
reverse rotation (no loop only.
load down)
FJ2.04 Torque Set motor compensating torque in 0.0 - 100.0 0.0 *
compensation, forward rotation. V/F induction, open
forward rotation (full loop only.
load up)
FJ2.05 Torque Set motor compensating torque in 0.0 - 100.0 0.0 *
compensation, reverse rotation braking. V/F
reverse rotation induction, open loop only.
braking (full load
down)
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FJ2.06 Torque Direction setting. Open loop. 0-1 0 *


compensation, 0: Up forward
starting 1: Up reverse
Motor Control protection
FL1.01 Motor overload Motor overload reaction. 0-4 1 *
protection 0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

FL1.02 Motor overload Overload tolerance. Set duration in 0.1 - 10.0 0.3 *
protection time minutes during which inverter will
tolerate 150% overload before
faulting.
FL2.01 Overheat protection Inverter overheat protection. 0-4 1 *
0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only
FL2.02 Overheat protection Inverter overheat fault temperature. 50 - 120 85 *
temperature Temperature in degrees C at which
an overheat fault will be declared.
FL2.03 Overheat protection Overheat tolerance. Duration in 1 - 250 10 *
time seconds during which inverter will
tolerate heat sink over temperature.
FL2.04 Fan stop Fan shut off temperature. 20 - 100 45 *
temperature Temperature in degrees C at which
the inverter cooling fan will shut off.
FL3.01 Over torque Inverter over torque protection. 0-4 1 *
protection 0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only
FL3.02 Over torque Percentage of over torque at which 0.0 - 500.0 150 *
protection threshold the inverter will fault during vector
control operation.
FL3.03 Over torque Number of seconds torque output is 0.1 - 25.0 5.0 *
detection time allowed to exceed the threshold
before a fault is declared.
FL4.01 Stall protection Stall protection. 0-4 1 *
enabled 0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only
FL4.02 Stall protection Percentage difference between 1 - 50 10% *
threshold instructed and actual speed at which
frequency% a stall fault will be declared.
FL4.03 Stall protection time Stall tolerance. Time in seconds for 0.01 - 2.50 0.50S *
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which a stall condition will be


tolerated before a fault is declared.
FL4.04 Overspeed Overspeed protection. 0-4 1 *
protection 0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only
FL4.05 Overspeed Overspeed detection. 1 - 120 105% *
protection threshold Percentage of over speed at which
frequency % the inverter will fault.

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

FL4.06 Overspeed Overspeed tolerance. 0.01 - 2.50 0.5 *


protection time Time in seconds for which an
overspeed condition will be tolerated
before a fault is declared.
FL5.01 Encoder data loss 0: Disabled 0-1 1 *
protection 1: Enabled
FL5.02 Encoder missing 0: Disabled 0-1 1 *
phase protection 1: Enabled
FL5.03 Z-phase detection If encoder disconnect protection is 0-4 0 *
enabled and encoder Phase Z is lost,
this parameter determines the
reaction of the elevator.
0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only
FL5.04 Z-phase detecting When error pulse reaches threshold 0.1 - 25 0.5 *
threshold value, Fusion will activate phase Z
FL5.05 Z-phase error reset (L5.03) protection (show JE). 1 - 100 3 *
Number of times Fusion will
automatically reset Phase Z faults
before declaring JE.
FL6.01 Line input phase Input phase missing reaction. 0-4 1 *
protection Determines how the elevator should
react if an input power phase is
missing.
0: Disable
1: Coast to stop
2: Ramp to stop
3: Emergency slowdown to stop
4: Display fault only
FL6.02 Input phase missing Input phase threshold. 1 - 100 20V *
detection voltage Determines the voltage threshold
below which an input power phase is
determined to be missing.
FL6.03 Output phase Output phase missing detection. 0-1 0 *
missing protection 0: Disabled
1: Enabled
FL6.04 Leakage protection Ground leakage protection enable. 0-1 0 *
0: Disabled
1: Enabled
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FL6.05 Output phase Checks output phase before brake 01 1 *


missing detection pick.
voltage 0: Disabled
1: Enabled

Elevator speed control


LA1.00 Rated speed Unit: mm/s, name plate value 100 - 8000 1750 *
LA1.01 Maximum speed Unit: mm/s, limit value 100 - LA1.00 1750 *
LA1.02 Inspection speed Unit: mm/s 0 - 1000 200 *

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LA1.03 Inspection low Unit: mm/s 0 - 200 100 *


speed
LA1.04 Leveling speed Unit: mm/s 0 - 1000 100 *
LA1.05 Releveling speed Unit: mm/s 0 LA1.01 15 *
with door open
LA1.06 UPS operating Unit: mm/s 0 - 200 200 *
speed

Curve control

Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value


LA2.00 Start jerk Unit: mm/s3 100 - 1000 400 *
LA2.01 Acceleration Unit: mm/s2 100 - 1000 500 *
LA2.02 Accel Jerk Unit: mm/s3 100 1000 400 *
LA2.03 Decel jerk Unit: mm/s3 100 1000 400 *
LA2.04 Deceleration Unit: mm/s2 100 1000 500 *
LA2.05 Approach jerk Unit: mm/s3 100 1000 400 *
LA2.06 Low Speed Speed at which the car will move 0 - 100 2 *
after the S-Curve is finished. Unit:
mm/s
LA2.07 Motor lag time Time from speed command to motor 10 - 1000 100 *
response. Unit: ms
LA3.00 Inspection Unit: mm/s3 100 - 1000 300 *
acceleration jerk
LA3.01 Inspection Unit: mm/s2 100 - 1000 300 *
acceleration
LA3.02 Inspection Unit: mm/s3 1 - 10000 2000 *
deceleration jerk
LA3.03 Inspection Unit: mm/s2 1 - 10000 2000 *
deceleration
LA4.00 Parking speed *
Adjustment menu 0~50 20
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compensation
Leveling deviation control
LD0.01 1st floor up leveling Unit: mm 0 - 400 200 *
deviation
LD0.02 2nd floor up leveling Unit: mm 0 - 400 200 *
deviation

LD0.64 64th floor up Unit: mm 0 - 400 200 *


leveling deviation

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LD1.01 1st floor down Unit: mm 0 - 400 200 *


leveling deviation
LD1.02 2nd floor down Unit: mm 0 - 400 200 *
leveling deviation



LD1.64 64th floor down Unit: mm 0 - 400 200 *
leveling deviation

Floor setting
LE0.00 Operating mode 0: Full collective, 1: Reserved 0-1 0 *
LE0.01 Total floors 2 - 64 10 *
LE0.02 Underground floors 0 - 10 0 *
LE0.03 Fire service floor 1 - E0.01 1 *
LE0.04 Shutdown floor 1 - E0.01 1 *
LE0.05 Parking floor Idle lift parks at this floor after timer 1 - E0.01 1 *
LT0.10 expires.

Floor display
LE1.01 1st floor display Floor label 0 - 9090 1617 *
LE1.02 2nd floor display 0 - 9090 1618 *



LE1.64 64th floor display 0 - 9090 2220 *

Multifunction setting
Value Entry: For most of the following parameters, values are entered as numbers 0 through 9. In some
cases where a parameter has split functionality, values are entered as though each position in the number
was its own bit. If a parameter specifies bit entry, it means:

LF0.02 High-low voltage 0: Detect both 0 - 65535 0 *


detection 1: Detect high voltage only
2: Detect low voltage only
LF0.04 NTS1 Low Speed 0: When NTS1 switches are 0 - 65535 0 *
Inspection activated, car slows to inspection low
speed.
1: When NTS1 switches are
activated, car does not slow to
inspection low speed.
LF0.05 Attendant priority 0: Normal attendant operation 0 - 65535 0 *
1: Car responds to car calls only;
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doors close automatically.


LF0.06 Door operation on Bit 0=0: Closed until call demand 0 - 65535 0 *
return to parking Bit 0=1: Manually open door
floor

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LF0.07 Manual doors 0: Disable 0 - 65535 0 *


2: Do not detect door open/closed
limits when arriving at a landing.
Allow system to run again once it
detects door locks have been opened
once.
6: Do not detect door open/closed
limits when arriving at a landing.
Allow system to run again after 5
seconds or once it detects the door
lock has been opened once.
LF0.08 Door control output 0: Torque stops after door reaches 0 - 65535 0 *
close/open limit.
1: Door closing torque maintained
after door closes.
2: Door opening torque maintained
after door open.
3: Torque maintained after door
reaches close/open limit.
Bit 2 = 0: UPS will stop car
immediately if LF0.08 = 0.
Bit 2 = 1: UPS will stop car at next
landing if LF0.08 = 4.
Bit 3 = 0: If LF0.08 = 0, stop car
immediately.
Bit 3 = 1: If LF0.08 = 8, decel to stop
using 70% decel curve.
LF0.09 Assert door closing During normal running, if a door lock 0 - 65535 4 *
during normal run open is detected, the door close
command will be asserted for this
period of time. Unit: s
LF0.11 Fire service modes 0: China code. 0 - 65535 0 *
1: Australia code.
2: UK code.
LF0.14 Front/Rear door 0: If door locks not made, F and R 0 - 65535 0 *
close input outputs begin at same time.
1: When one door reaches door
closed limit, stop closing command
for that door only.
LF0.16 Duplex door 0: Both lifts open at same time 0 - 65535 0 *
opening, hall call at 1: Main lift only opens.
same floor 2: Secondary lift only opens.
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LF0.18 Duplex Detection time of fault 86# 0 - 65535 0


communication err
detection time
LF0.19 Reset fault 37 (MLT) Bit 0 = 0: Manually reset fault 37: 0 - 65535 8 *
Detect brake switching from Pick to
Hold.
Bit 0 = 1: Auto reset fault 37: Detect
brake switching from Pick to Hold.

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LF0.23 Anti-nuisance 0: PHE anti-nuisance function 0 - 65535 0 *


disabled.
N: (number of registered car calls): If
the photo eye does not activate after
the car arrives at the final permitted
call and the light load input is active,
cancel remaining calls above the limit
set here.
LF0.25 Floor correction 0: Enable floor correction as the car 0 - 65535 0 *
enters the door zone at the end of a
run. Set to 0 to disable.
1: Disable floor correction.
LF0.26 Fire service buzzer 0: Buzzer enabled when car begins 0 - 65535 1 *
output recall (Phase 1).
1: Buzzer enabled after car arrives at
fire return floor.
LF0.27 Com Baud Rate Bit 0 = 0: Car calls low rate. 0 - 65535 0 *
Bit 0 = 1: Car calls high rate.
Bit 1 = 0: Hall calls low rate.
Bit 1 = 1: Hall calls high rate.
Bit 2 = 0: Duplex/Group low rate.
Bit 2 = 1: Duplex/Group high rate.
LF0.31 Alternate fire return Set to nn, where nn is the desired 0 - 65535 0 *
floor alternate fire recall floor. Set to
0 if unused. The Alternate fire recall
switch is connected to a
programmable input on the main
board, XF, Fire Service.
LF0.32 Terminal Sync Setting value to 2 enables terminal 0 65535 0 *
synchronization such that, if position
is lost the car will travel to the
nearest terminal to correct position
count.
If a slowdown has been activated,
the car will move to the associated
terminal. If not, the car will move to
the nearest terminal based on the
current position count.
LF0.33 Terminal Percentage of calculated speed at 0 - 65535 135 *
over-speed switch that will activate terminal
protection overspeed deceleration.
LF0.34 Car call cancelled by 0: Enabled 0 - 65535 0 *
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second press 1: Disabled


LF0.41 Fault No. 37 (MLT) 0: Operating overtime between two 0 - 65535 0 *
activated by: door zones (no door zone detected)
1: Whole travel overtime with at
least one door zone detected
LF0.48 Door close operation 0: Continuous door closing button 0 - 65535 0 *
(attendant service) 1: Momentary door closing button
LF0.50 0Positive counter *
High speed
1Reverse counter 065535 0
counter direction
Power off is effective

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LF0.51 UCM Function Bit 0=0: Disables UCM function 0 65535 0 *


Bit 0=1: Enables UCM function
Bit 1=0: Test error 25 in UCM mode
Bit 1=1: Do not test error 25.
Bit 2=0: Test error 26 in UCM mode
Bit 2=1: Do not test error 26
Bit 3=0: Test error 27 in UCM mode
Bit 3=1: Do not test error 27
Bit 4=0: Test error 28 in UCM mode
Bit 4=1: Do not test error 28.
LF0.52 Low Speed Output Sets the speed, in mm per second, 0 65535 0 *
below which the car will output a low
speed signal. 0 = disable low speed
signal. Unit mm/s.
LF0.53 Detect delay Er25 Sets a delay time in milliseconds 0 65535 0 *
before detecting error.
LF0.54 Detect delay Er26 Sets a delay time in milliseconds 0 65535 0 *
before detecting error.
LF0.55 Encoder loss detect Encoder signal loss detection time 0 65535 2000 *
before fault Er5 declared. Unit: ms
LF0.62 Remain at floor During Test operation, when 0 - 65535 0 *
duration (Test responding to multiple car calls,
operation) remain at each floor for the amount
of time set here. Unit: s
LF0.63 Car call cancellation 0: Cancel car calls 0 - 65535 0 *
at terminal station 1: Keep registered car calls
LF0.64 Reopen doors with 0: Pressing the current floor car call 0 - 65535 0 *
car call button will not open door when the
car is level in the door zone.
1: Pressing the current floor car call
button will open door when the car is
level in the door zone.
LF0.65 Hall call fail 0: Function disabled. 0 - 65535 0 *
operation delay X (unit = second): If hall call
communication fails, after N
seconds, the lift enters 'Stop at each
landing' operation to continue
to provide service to the building.
When communication returns,
after N/2 seconds, the lift will return
to normal operation.
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LF0.66 Hall call fire input 0:normally open 0,1 0


logic 1:normally closed
LF0.67 Hall call fire switch 0:normally open 0,1 1
floor setting 1:normally closed
LF0.69 Door dwell time Set to X (unit = 1 second): In 0 - 65535 0 *
during earthquake earthquake mode, after leveling into
operation. a door zone and allowing passengers
to exit, the lift will wait for the
duration set here before closing its
doors.

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LF0.70 PM contactor open After car stops, wait for the time set 0 - 65535 0
delay here before opening the motor
contactor. Unit = mS.
LF0.71 Hall call locking 0:normally open 0,1 0
input logic 1:normally closed
LF0.72 Hall calllocking 0:normally open 0,1 1
switch floor setting 1:normally closed
LF0.73 Screen action Setting value10s: disabled 0 - 65535 0 *
shutdown Setting value 10s: Begin closing
doors after the set time expires.
Unit: s
LF0.74 Door hold time When the door hold button is 0 - 65535 240 *
pressed, hold doors open for the
amount of time set here before
closing. Unit: s
LF0.76 Short floor min 300mm minimum distance between 0 - 65535 300 *
door zones.
LF0.77 Fusion keypad When a keypad button is pressed for 0 - 65535 15 *
response time less that the amount of time set here,
it is detected as a single press. If held
beyond the time set here, the unit
responds as if the button were
pressed multiple times. Unit: mS
LF0.83 Encoder pulse error When stopped, if more than this 0 65535 5 *
many pulses are received from the
encoder, a fault will be declared.
0: 5
1: 6
2: 7
3: 8 (and so on)
LF0.84 Dwell speed Dwell speed at start. Temporarily 0 65535 0 5
holds frequency/speed reference at
start for the time set by LF0.85 to
offset the effect of high inertia loads.
Unit: mm/s
LF0.85 Dwell time Dwell time at start. Sets the amount 0 - 65535 0 500
of time LF0.84 will be active.
Unit: mS
LF0.89 Error 54 detect time Sets the detection time for brake 0 65535 0 *
error #54 before the error is
declared. Unit: mS
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Time setting menu of not stop service function

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LF2.01 Express floor start Each parameter represents the floor 00-00-23-5 00-00 *
LF2.64 time expressed in the last two digits. i.e., 9
LF2.01 is floor 1, etc.
The value entered for each is the
start time (24-hour clock) for the
period of time during which car calls
to this floor will not be accepted on
express operation. (Stop time is set
through parameters LF3.01
LF3.64.)
An entry of 0000 and a
corresponding entry of 0000 for
express stop time (LF3.01 LF3.64)
means the car will stop for a car call
at this floor during express
operation.
LF0.38 enables express operation.
LF3.01 Express floor stop Each parameter represents the floor 00-00-23-5 00-00 *
LF3.64 time expressed in the last two digits. i.e., 9
LF3.01 is floor 1, etc.
The value entered for each is the stop
time (24-hour clock) for the period of
time during which car calls to this
floor will not be accepted on express
operation. (Start time is set through
parameters LF2.01 LF2.64.)
An entry of 0000 and a
corresponding entry of 0000 for
express start time (LF2.01 LF2.64)
means the car will stop for a car call
at this floor during express
operation.
LF0.38 enables express operation.

Input logic control


LH0.00 Low voltage inputs P1.0 - P2.7 input logic (refer to Logic 0000 - FFFF C0CC *
logic Settings, Input points in section 7)
LH0.01 Low voltage inputs P3.0 - P4.7 input logic (refer to Logic 0000 - FFFF 0038 *
logic Settings, Input points in section 7)
LH0.02 Low voltage inputs BB (Drive enable) input logic (refer to 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
logic Logic Settings, Input points in section
7)
LH1.00 Front door control Front door control board logic (refer 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
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board inputs logic to Logic Settings, Input points in


section 7)
LH2.00 Rear door control Rear door control board input logic 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
board inputs logic setting (refer to Logic Settings, Input
points in section 7)

Input multifunction control


LH3.01 P1.2 input function 0: Not used 00 - 64 1 *
LH3.02 P1.3 input function 1: DNT1: Forced deceleration 0.5 - 00 - 64 2 *
1.0m/s
LH3.03 P1.4 input function 00 - 64 3 *
2: UNT1: Forced deceleration 0.5 -
LH3.04 P1.5 input function 00 - 64 4 *

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LH3.05 P1.6 input function 1.0m/s 00 - 64 7 *


LH3.06 P1.7 input function 3: DNT2: Forced deceleration 1.2 - 00 - 64 8 *
1.75m/s
LH3.07 P2.0 input function 00 - 64 10 *
4: UNT2: Forced deceleration 1.2 -
LH3.08 P2.1 input function 1.75m/s 00 - 64 11 *
LH3.09 P2.2 input function 5: DNT3: Forced deceleration 2.0 - 00 - 64 9 *
LH3.10 P2.3 input function 3.5m/s 00 - 64 14 *
6: UNT3: Forced deceleration 2.0 -
LH3.11 P2.4 input function 00 - 64 22 *
3.5m/s
LH3.12 P2.5 input function 00 - 64 23 *
7: DNTD: Down directional limit
LH3.13 P2.6 input function 8: UNTD: Up directional limit 00 - 64 16 *
LH3.14 P2.7 input function 9: Door zone signal 00 - 64 17 *
LH3.15 P3.0 input function 10: Level up 00 - 64 27 *
11: Level down
LH3.16 P3.1 input function 00 - 64 28 *
14: Motor thermal protection signal
LH3.17 P3.2 input function 15: Brake pick switch feedback 00 - 64 29 *
LH3.18 P3.3 input function 16: PM contactor feedback 00 - 64 15 *
LH3.19 P3.4 input function 17: Brake contactor feedback 00 - 64 18 *
18: Machine room inspection
LH3.20 P3.5 input function 00 - 64 19 *
19: Inspection enable
LH3.21 P3.6 input function 20: Inspection up 00 - 64 0 *
LH3.22 P3.7 input function 21: Inspection down 00 - 64 0 *
LH3.23 P4.0 input function 22: Door lock signal 00 - 64 20 *
23: Safety string made
LH3.24 P4.1 input function 00 - 64 21 *
24: Power loss detection
LH3.25 P4.2 input function 00 - 64 24 *
25: Safety string door locks
LH3.26 P4.3 input function 26: Preopening signal 00 - 64 25 *
LH3.27 P4.4 input function 27: Primary Fire input 00 - 64 26 *
LH3.28 P4.5 input function 28: First earthquake input 00 - 64 00 *
29: Second earthquake input
LH3.29 P4.6 input function 00 - 64 5 *
30: Overload input
LH3.30 P4.7 input function 31: Full load input 00 - 64 6 *
32: Alternate fire service input
33: Door lock signal
34: Drive enable signal
35: UCM Fault Reset
LH3.37 HV1 input function 0: Disable 00 - 64 60 *
LH3.38 HV2 input function 60: Hall door lock high voltage 00 - 64 61 *
61: Car gate lock high voltage
LH3.39 HV3 input function 00 - 64 62 *
62: Safety circuit high voltage
LH3.40 HV4 input function 00 - 64 0 *

Output points multifunction


LH4.00 T6.1 output function 0: Disable 00 - 64 53 *
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LH4.01 T6.6 output function 1: KMY motor winding short 00 - 64 59 *


2: Releveling with door opening
LH4.02 T7.0 output function 00 - 64 3 *
output
LH4.03 T7.2 output function 3: Fire service output 00 - 64 2 *
LH4.04 T7.4 output function 4: Earthquake output 00 - 64 58 *

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LH4.05 T7.6 output function 5: UPS output off after doors fully 00 - 64 1 *
open at rescue floor
6: Front door open
7: Front door closed
8: Rear door open
9: Rear door closed
52: Low speed output
53: Drive power output contro
58: Machine room inspection
59: UPS output

Door layout (doors allowed to open per floor)


Refer to page 086
LH5.00 Front door layout Front door 1st - 16th floor 0000 - FFFF FFFF *
LH5.01 Front door layout Front door 17th - 32nd floor 0000 - FFFF FFFF *
LH5.02 Front door layout Front door 33rd - 48th floor 0000 - FFFF FFFF *
LH5.03 Front door layout Front door 49th - 64th floor 0000 - FFFF FFFF *
LH6.00 Rear door layout Rear door 1st - 16th floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
LH6.01 Rear door layout Rear door 17th - 32nd floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
LH6.02 Rear door layout Rear door 33rd - 48th floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
LH6.03 Rear door layout Rear door 49th - 64th floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
LH7.00 Front/rear door Front/rear door 1st - 16th floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
layout
LH7.01 Front/rear door Front/rear door 17th - 32nd floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
layout
LH7.02 Front/rear door Front/rear door 33rd - 48th floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
layout
LH7.03 Front/rear door Front/rear door 49th - 64th floor 0000 - FFFF 0000 *
layout
Duplex and group control setting
LL0.00 Lift group number Duplex and group control setting 0-8 0 *
LL0.01 Up offset floor Duplex and group control setting 0 - 64 0 *
LL0.02 Down offset floor Duplex and group control setting 0 - 64 0 *
System control time setting
LT0.00 Brake pick delay Unit: ms. Run direction applied to 0 - 1000 100 *
brake pick time.
LT0.01 Brake pick/hold Unit: ms. Duration of pick voltage 0 - 5000 1000 *
delay before transition to hold voltage.
LT0.02 Brake drop delay Unit: ms. Speed command drop to 0 - 1000 500 *
brake drop delay.
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LT0.03 Direction cancel Unit: ms. Brake drop to direction 0 - 1000 700 *
delay (end of run) cancel delay.
LT0.04 Speed command Unit: ms. Brake pick to speed 0 - 1000 800 *
delay command delay.
LT0.05 PM contactor pick Unit: ms. Delay from speed 0 - 5000 50 *
delay command to motor contactor enable.
LT0.06 Inspection brake Unit: ms. Speed command drop to 0 - 5000 1000 *
drop delay brake drop delay on Inspection.

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

LT0.07 Normal operation Fault 37 detection mode selected 0 - 500 45 *


MLT timer through LF0.41 (overtime travel
between 2 floors or overtime travel,
whole riser). Unit: s.
LT0.08 UPS operation MLT MLT for UPS operation. Time to move 0 - 500 100 *
timer to and level into a floor. Unit: s
LT0.09 Fan, light shut off Delay from car becoming idle to 0 - 5000 600 *
delay for idle car shutting off fan and lights. Unit: s
LT0.10 Return to parking Delay from car becoming idle until 0 - 5000 400 *
floor delay, idle car the system returns it to its parking
floor (if any). Unit: s
LT0.11 Thermal protection After overheat cools to acceptable 0 - 5000 0 *
reset delay limit, delay this amount of time
before resuming operation. Unit: s
LT0.12 Arrival chime Tone duration for arrival chime. 0 - 5000 1500 *
duration Unit: ms
LT0.13 Door dwell After DOL reached, doors will remain 0 - 20 3 *
open for this amount of time. Unit: s
LT0.14 Preopening delay Delay after entering door zone before 0 10000 0 *
door preopening may begin. Unit: ms
LT0.15 Firefighter operation A recalled car will delay this period of 0 - 5000 5 *
delay time before automatically entering
Fire Phase II (fireman operation).
Unit: s
LT0.16 Releveling operation If releveling time exceeds the time 0 - 50 0 *
time set here, a fault will be declared.
Unit: s
LT0.17 Door dwell time, For disabled call, after DOL reached, 0 - 5000 15 *
disabled doors will remain open for this
amount of time. Unit: s
Multifunction setting
P0.00 Special function pass Kinetek use only 00000 - *
code 99999
P0.01 Medium pass code Monitor and change parameters. 00000 - *
99999
P0.02 Basic pass code Monitor/Read only. 00000 - *
99999
P1.00 Restore default 1118: Do not default 00000 - *
values 2227: Reset elevator control params 99999
3336: Reset motor control params
5554: Reset all parameters
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P1.01 Clear fault records 0: No operation 00000 - N/A *


1: Clear elevator control faults 99999
2: Clear motor control faults
P2.00 Year setting YYYY 2000 - 2099 N/A *
P2.01 Day/month setting MM-DD 00-00-99-99 N/A *
P2.02 Minute/hour setting HH-MM 00 - 59 N/A *
P2.03 Second setting SS 00 - 59 N/A *
P3.00 Motor self-learn Auto tune menu 0 - 99999 N/A *
P3.01 Hoistway self-learn Hoistway learn menu 0 - 99999 N/A *
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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

U0.00 Manual car calls 0: No operation 0 - 65535 0


(n): register call to n floor
65: Generate random calls
Display Menu
U1.00 Normal runs Cumulative runs on normal operation N/A
U1.01 Drive SW version N/A
U1.02 Main processor SW N/A
version
U1.03 Second processor N/A
SW version
U1.04 Car controller (01 N/A
board version)
U1.05 Kinetek use only N/A
U1.06 Spare N/A
U1.07 Actual speed N/A
U1.08 Command speed N/A
U1.09 Current height N/A
U1.10 Current floor N/A
U1.11 DNT1 position N/A
U1.12 UNT1 position N/A
U1.13 DNT2 position N/A
U1.14 UNT2 position N/A
U1.15 DNT3 position N/A
U1.16 UNT3 position N/A
U1.17 Target frequency N/A
U1.18 Actual frequency N/A
U1.19 Encoder feedback N/A
frequency
U1.20 Motor RPM N/A
U1.21 Output current N/A
U1.22 Output torque N/A
U1.23 Output voltage N/A
U1.24 Output power N/A
U1.25 DC Bus voltage N/A
U1.26 Heat sink temp N/A
U1.27 Motor temperature N/A
U1.31 Encoder count or N/A
motor actual
position
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U1.32 Encoder PPR N/A


U1.33 Encoder UVW seq N/A
Fault record and relevant message
U2.00 Fault 1 code N/A

U2.39 Fault 40 code N/A


U2.40 Latest drive fault Latest motor control fault N/A
U2.41 Frequency Frequency instruction at last drive N/A
instruction fault
U2.42 Output frequency Output frequency at last drive fault N/A

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Param Name Description Range Default Ref. value

U2.43 Encoder feedback Feedback frequency at last drive fault N/A


frequency
U2.44 Output current Output current at last drive fault N/A
U2.45 Command torque Command torque at last drive fault N/A
U2.46 Output voltage Output voltage at last drive fault N/A
U2.47 DC Bus voltage DC Bus voltage at last drive fault N/A
U2.48 Heat sink temp Heat sink temp, last drive fault N/A
U2.49 Additional info Additional info for current drive fault N/A

Input / output terminal monitor


U3.01 Controller inputs
P1.0 - P2.7 status
monitor

U3.02 Controller inputs


P3.0 - P4.7 status
monitor

U3.03 Outside enabled


signal status
monitor

U3.04 Motor control


monitoring

U4.00 Fusion output


monitoring
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U5.00 Front door control


board input
monitoring

U6.00 Rear door control


board input
monitoring

NOTE Above and below


the tag line
(boundary), each
vertical segment of
the display monitors
1 input.

Hall call communication monitoring


U7.00 Test hall call 0: Normal
communication 11: Test communication, all hall calls
U7.01 Front door hall call Monitor front door 1st - 16th floors hall call communication status
board monitoring
U7.02 Front door hall call Monitor front door 17th - 32nd floors hall call communication status
board monitoring
U7.03 Front door hall call Monitor front door 33rd - 48th floors hall call communication status
board monitoring
U7.04 Front door hall call Monitor front door 49th - 64th floors hall call communication status
board monitoring
U8.01 Rear door hall call Monitor rear door 1st - 16th floors hall call communication status
board monitoring
U8.02 Rear door hall call Monitor rear door 17th - 32nd floors hall call communication status
board monitoring
U8.03 Rear door hall call Monitor rear door 33rd - 48th floors hall call communication status
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board monitoring
U8.04 Rear door hall call Monitor rear door 49th - 64th floors hall call communication status
board monitoring

10.2. Decimal, Binary and Hex Equivalents

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Decimal Binary Hexadecimal


0 0000 0
1 0001 1
2 0010 2
3 0011 3
4 0100 4
5 0101 5
6 0110 6
7 0111 7
8 1000 8
9 1001 9
10 1010 A
11 1011 B
12 1100 C
13 1101 D
14 1110 E
15 1111 F
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10.3. LED Display Definition Table

Display

Description 0 1 2 3 4 5/S

Display

Description 6 7 8 9 A B

Display

Description C D E F H L

Display

Description N P R T U V

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Revision History

Revision History

Revision History
Released Date Revision Item Content
2015-08 A.0 -
2016-03 A.1 - Add to description of fault 18

Revision History

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