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Module S12

Installation and Commissioning


Quick Reference – K 609754E_02

Schindler 3300/5300
letely Edition 30.11.05
Comp dition
dE
revise

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Prepared 21.11.2005 achermha Lead Office Classification
Reviewed 28.11.2005 cruzpa
Proofread SC7 11000
Released 30.11.2005 bauzafr

Modification: 01 02
KA No.: 107091 107193
KA Date: 17.06.05 16.12.05

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Table of Contents

General Information……………………………………………………… 1
Installation Overview…………………………………………………….. 3
First Steps………………………………………………………………… 15
Hoistway Components…………………………………………………… 25
P31K Car………………………………………………………………..… 58
Safety Components……………………………………………………… 86
FMB130 – 4 Machine……………………………………………………. 101
ACVF Biodyn 12C/19C/BR……………………………………………… 111
Compact Landing Door System………………………………………… 113
Compact Car Door System……………………………………………… 128
Traction Belt………………………………………………………………. 143
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System…………………………………… 154
Traveling Cable…………………………………………………………… 163
Commissioning…………………………………………………………… 165
Troubleshooting………………………………………………………….. 178

Table of Contents | | |
General Information
Introduction

The concept of this quick reference is to provide the fitter with an appropriate tool for the
installation of the elevator.

Important!
This quick reference does not claim to include all possibilities. In every case, the fitter has
to read, understand and follow the chapter “Safety Advice” before starting with the
installation tasks.

Further Information
Course Training Center Ebikon
Schindler 3100/3300/5300 course
Documentation Field/course manual F/C113e-TA
System manual F114e-TA
Field manual F103e-TA
Trainer manual T103e-TA

General Information | | Introduction | Page 1


General Information
Symbols / Abbreviations
Abbrev. Definition / Description Abbrev. Definition / Description Abbrev. Definition / Description

BGS Distance between CW rails HKP Distance from buffer plate on car KTC Contact door car
to buffer, with car at lowest floor
BK Clear car width KTS Contact door hoistway
HP Height of buffer, fully extended
BKE Clear width of car entrance PTFE Polytetrafluorethylen (Teflon)
HQ Travel height
BKS Distance between car rails TSW Distance from hoistway front
HSG Depth of well pit wall to landing door sill
CW Counterweight
HSK Height of hoistway headroom, SF Distance between wall and
GGR Weight of counterweight frame from top floor to ceiling back of car guide rail
GH Weight of all traveling cables HSS1 Height of support under the car ZKE Number of car entrances

GK Car weight HSS2 Height of support under the CW

GQ Rated load HT Clear height of landing door

HF Distance between guide rail KBV Contact speed governor


fastening brackets This symbol means that the screws must
KCBS Contact car blocking system be not fully tighten (tighten by hand), in a
HGP Distance from buffer on CW to way to still allow the joined parts to move
support, with car at top floor KF Contact safety gear
slightly.
HGU Height of CW wooden blocks KNE Contact emergency limit

HK Car height clear up to sheet metal KSE Contact hoistway end


ceiling
KSR Contact safety space
HKE Clear height of car entrance This symbol means that the screws must
KSS Contact slack rope be fully tighten.

General Information | | Symbols / Abbreviations | Page 2


Installation Overview
Documentation
REFERENCE
DOCUMENT
QUICK
BASIC

REFERENCE
MANUAL
K 609754
DOCUMENTATION
DETAILED

SYSTEM TECHNICAL
MANUAL CATALOGUES
K 609801 – 811 K 609701, 06, 07, 11,
16, 21, 26, 31, 36, 41,
46

Training Documents: Field Documents:


Homepage Training Center Ebikon Product Navigation Center
http://sch-hr-tc.ebi.schindler.com/ http://crd/tk/products/Default_elevators_en.htm

Installation Overview | | Documentation | Page 3


Installation Overview
Safety Advice
Safety Equipment

Hardhat Safety Goggles Full Body


Safety Harness

Safety Shoes Protective Gloves

All persons involved must know and follow all company and local safety regulations.
In addition to protective clothing, use the shown safety equipment.
Installation Overview | | Safety Advice | Page 4
Installation Overview
Safety Advice
Activity / Hazard Consequences Measures for avoiding the Danger

Falling from the height Serious injury or fatality Use a full body safety harness when working from the
car roof or working platform.
Use a ladder to access the pit.
Use a full body safety harness when working from the
ladder in the pit higher than 2 m.
Falling objects into the Serious injury Use fall protections on hoistway openings according to
hoistway the local regulations.
Avoid the standing under a hanging load.
Use the personal protective equipment: Hardhat
Never work on two levels simultaneously.
Manual handling of material Serious injury Use mechanical lifting aids.
Apply the correct lifting techniques.
Failure of lifting equipment Uncontrolled movement of load Inspect the lifting equipment.
causing serious injury or fatality Hire the lifting equipment from a reputable supplier.
Observe the owner manual of the lifting equipment.
Sharp edges, contusions, Laceration, crushing, splinters Use the personal protective equipment: Gloves, safety
timber packages shoes, protective clothing
Slipping, stumbling Laceration, abrasion, sprain Be aware of the surroundings.

Drilling of masonry, steel or Eye injury, hand or wrist Use the personal protective equipment: Safety
other material damages, inhalation of goggles, gloves, protective clothing, dust mask,
particles, hearing damage, hearing protections
injury by flying material Observe the owner manual of the drilling machine.

Electrocution Serious injury or fatality Protect power supply according to local safety rules.
Lockout and tag as necessary.
Installation Overview | | Safety Advice | Page 5
Installation Overview
Safety Advice – with reduced Headroom

500 mm
1800 mm

HSK 2900 mm
6 More Information
see Chapter “Safety
Components – TSD”

TSD Stop
Brackets

TSD Axes
(Working Position)

Never run the elevator from the car roof unless the TSD stop brackets are
properly installed and the TSD axes under the car are in working position.
Installation Overview | | Safety Advice- with reduced Headroom | Page 6
Installation Overview
Basic Concept

Scaffoldless methodology
Scaffoldless methodology
Electrical hoist
Electrical hoist for
for handling
handling and
and hoisting
hoisting
Rails are
Rails are provisionally
provisionally hanged
hanged
Car roof
Car roof is
is used
used as
as an
an installation
installation platform
platform
Car front
Car front is
is used
used as
as aa template
template for
for the
the
landing door
landing door installation
installation

Model Case: 675 kg car, 5 stops, no options, material on site, special


tools available, one fitter (instructed and documented)
Installation Overview | | Basic Concept | Page 7
Installation Overview
Installation Method
Basic Sequences
1. Following the safety procedures
see chapter “Installation Overview – Safety Advice”
2. Checking and preparing building site
see chapter “First Steps – Building Site Control”
3. Installing working platform and hoisting device(s)
see chapter “First Steps – Material Logistic”
4. Preparing and introducing rails into the hoistway
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Guide Rails”
5. Provisional hanging of CW rails
see chapter “First Steps – Material Logistic”
6. Setting plumb lines
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Plumb Lines”
Installation Overview | | Installation Method | Page 8
Installation Overview
Installation Method
Basic Sequences
7. Installing first and second bracket ring
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Guide Rail Fastenings”
8. Installing pit set
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Pit Set”
9. Installing first set of car rails
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Guide Rails”
10. Installing traction beam
see chapter “P31K Car – GED10/20 Safety Gear / Floor Structure”
11. Installing first set of CW rails
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Guide Rails”
12. Installing car structure
see chapter “P31K Car”
Installation Overview | | Installation Method | Page 9
Installation Overview
Installation Method
Basic Sequences
13. Hanging of independent car rails incl. car suspension point
see chapter “Hoistway Comp. – Guide Rails / Car Suspension Point”
14. Installing top Z resp. T-Z bracket
see chapter “Hoistway Components”
15. Installing GBP, governor rope, tension device and rope coupling
see chapter “Safety Components – GBP Overspeed Governor”
16. Hanging of car rails at CW side
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Guide Rails”
17. Installing counterweight (partially filled)
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Counterweight”
18. Hanging of car structure (used as a moving installation platform)
see chapter “P31K Car – Car Structure / Car Lifting points”
Installation Overview | | Installation Method | Page 10
Installation Overview
Installation Method
Basic Sequences
19. Installing rest of guide rail fastenings
see chapter “Hoistway Components – Guide Rail Fastenings”
20. Installing rest of CW rails
see chapter “Hoistway Comp. – Guide Rails”
21. Removing of working platform
see document K 608203
22. Installing counterweight suspension point
see chapter “Hoistway Components – CW Suspension Point”
23. Installing machine
see chapter “FMB130 – 4 Machine”
24. Installing converter
see chapter “ACVF Biodyn 12C/19C/BR”
Installation Overview | | Installation Method | Page 11
Installation Overview
Installation Method
Basic Sequences
25. Installing main electrical components “Installation Travel Mode”
see chapter “Commissioning”
26. Installing traction belt
see chapter “Traction Belt”
27. Installing car blocking bracket and TSD stop bracket (optional)
see chapter “Safety Components – CBS / TSD”
28. Removing of hoisting device(s)
29. Installing landing doors
see chapter “Compact Landing Door System”
30. Final operation of traction belt (PTFE-spray)
see chapter “Traction Belt”

Installation Overview | | Installation Method | Page 12


Installation Overview
Installation Method
Basic Sequences
31. Installing car decoration and COP
see chapter “P31K Car”
32. Installing car doors
see chapter “Compact Car Door System”
33. Installing car peripherals and wiring
(shaft info kit, light barrier, light curtain, CCU, traveling cable etc.)
34. Installing rest of mechanical and electrical components (incl. wiring)
(traveling cable, sensor flag brackets, fixtures, pit ladder, CW filled etc.)
35. Commissioning
see chapter “Commissioning”
36. Final works (cleaning, lubrication, CW balancing & screen, toe guard etc.)

Installation Overview | | Installation Method | Page 13


Installation Overview
Typical Daily Work Map – Model Case

Tasks
Day 1 Following safety procedures, Checking and preparing building site, Working platform
Day 2 Hoisting device(s), Preparing and introducing rails, Hanging of CW rails, Setting plumb lines
Day 3 First and second bracket ring, Pit set, First set of car rails, Traction beam, First set of CW rails
Day 4 Car structure, Hanging of independent car rails incl. car suspension point, Top Z and T-Z
bracket, GBP, Governor rope
Day 5 Tension device, Rope coupling, Hanging of car rails at CW side, Counterweight (partially filled),
Hanging of car structure, Rest of guide rail fastenings
Day 6 Rest of CW rails, Counterweight suspension point, Machine, Converter, LDU
Day 7 Main electrical components “Installation Travel Mode”, Traction belt, Car blocking bracket
and TSD stop bracket (optional), Removing of hoisting device(s), Landing doors
Day 8 Landing doors
Day 9 Landing doors, Final operation of traction belt (PTFE-spray), Car decoration, Car doors, Car
peripherals and wiring, Rest of mechanical and electrical components (incl. wiring)
Day 10 Rest of mechanical and electrical components (incl. wiring), Commissioning, Final works
(part)

Installation Overview | | Typical Daily Work Map | Page 14


First Steps
Building Site Control
Site Arrival

Safety
Equipment Special Tools

Storage Zone Building Site


Conditions

Working
Others
Timetable

First Steps | | Building Site Control | Page 15


First Steps
Building Site Control
Hoistway Dimensions

U Make sure that HSKmin.= 2900 mm (with TSD)


HSKmin.= 3400 mm (w/o TSD)
the hoistway
openings are
Final Top Floor Level
protected!

U Make sure that

HQ + HSG: Tol. +/- 30 mm


the final floor
levels and building
axes are defined
and marked! Bottom Floor

HSGmin.= 1055 +/- 20 mm


Observe the given metrics
Pit Floor
and tolerances.
First Steps | | Building Site Control | Page 16
First Steps
Building Site Control
Lifting Points – Variants

H-Beam Anchor Rails Hooks

6 One H-beam 6 Two Anchor Rails 6 Five Hooks are


is embedded in are embedded in the embedded in the
the Lateral Walls Concrete Ceiling Concrete Ceiling
as a T-shape

The lifting points must be checked for sufficient load capacity.


First Steps | | Building Site Control | Page 17
First Steps
Material Logistic
Packaging

Car

Machine
Car
Car Front
Door
Deco
Mech 2
Label on
Elec & each Package
CW Mech 1 Belts
Rails

Check the number of pallets according to the bill of delivery.


Retain the packing list of each package.
Check the packages for external damages.
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 18
First Steps
Material Logistic
Tirak / Hoist Distribution

Working
Top Floor
Platform

U In
case
hoist of a clos
w ay f e
2nd Floor ront! d

Machine
Car

Machine
Car

Bottom Floor
Car
Deco
Door Front CW Frame
Mech 2

CW Mech 1
Elec &
Belts Material
Rails
Pit Floor Storage Zone
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 19
First Steps
Material Logistic
Distribution – Landing Doors

U Keep the landing


door packages at the
storage zone until the
installation of the
landing doors starts!

6 Designation: e.g. “4.1”


4 = Floor Level (1, 2…n)
1 = Entrance at LDU Side

Observe the labels on the packages for the correct floor level.
Pay attention, one of the landing doors includes the control cabinet.
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 20
First Steps
Material Logistic
Working Platform
Top
Fastening

6 The Schindler
Platform is designed
for a top or front
U Always observe Fastening
the safety regulations
and the installation
instruction K 608203!

Use the certified Schindler working platform or another


appropriate platform approved by a Notified Body.
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 21
First Steps
Material Logistic
Tirak / Hoist
6 Two Variants are possible:
- Tirak fastened at the Top
- Tirak fastened to the Car H-Beam
(mainly used in France)
Beam Clamp

U The tirak or hoist Tirak at the Top


must be certificated (2:1 roping)

as an equipment for
the transportation
of passengers!

Ensure that the lifting capacity is sufficient.


Use the tirak in 2:1 roping for moving the car
(better stopping accuracy, smoother movement).
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 22
First Steps
Material Logistic
Distribution – Rails (for ' 3 CW Rails per Line)
~ 110 mm

Area Description
1 Occupied by the plumbing tool at the pit

B A 2 Too narrow and far from the vertical of


the lifting points on the ceiling
3 In general too small and far from the
vertical of the lifting points on the ceiling
4 Can only be used in case of big TSW
values (115 mm), but is also far from the
vertical of the lifting points on the ceiling

Use the areas [A] and [B] to store the rails at the pit.
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 23
First Steps
Material Logistic
Distribution – CW Rails

500 mm
(for > 3 CW Rails per Line)
Final CW Rail Position
Washers
Additional Sling 200 mm
Length of 700 mm

Rope Tool

CW Rail
Lines

U Vertical load capacity for


~ 50 mm
each wall fastening point:
T50 Rails: 500 kg
T75 Rails: 1100 kg
~ BGS - 150 mm
Use the rope tool to hang the CW rails into the hoistway.
Fasten the CW rail lines to the side wall.
First Steps | | Material Logistic | Page 24
Hoistway Components

Converter Support Structure


Machine Support
T-Z Bracket
L Bracket
Fishplate
Omega Bracket
Z Bracket
Counterweight
Car Rail
CW Rails
Independent
CW Screen Car Rail
Car Buffer
CW Buffer
Supports
Support
Base Plate
BKS-Tool
(Layout TL shown)
Hoistway Components | | | Page 25
Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Layout
Omega / Intermediate
Tie Bracket T-Z Bracket

SF SF

CW
CW

Car Car

Z Bracket

40 mm SF 300 mm SF > 300 mm


Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 26
Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Structure

Floating
L Bracket Omega Bracket

6 For GQ 800 kg only


Omega Bracket between the top
(with Connection Plate) Omega Bracket and
Machine Support
HF
Intermediate Tie
Bracket

Omega Bracket
(without Connection Plate)
(Layout TL shown)
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 27
Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Structure – Omega Bracket

Connection 6 Connection Plate to


Plate avoid Collisions between
Bracket and Fishplate

6 Chemical Bolts
Bolts (2x) Bolts and Fixation Plates
(on each Side) (2xM12 on each Bracket)
are also allowed

Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 28


Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Structure – Intermediate Tie Bracket

Car Rail

CW Rail

CW Rail
6 Intermediate Tie Bracket (without
Wall Fastening), if Distance HF between
the Omega Brackets 2625 mm

Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 29


Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Structure – Z Bracket

6 Chemical Bolts
Bolts and Fixation Plates
(2xM12 on each Bracket)
are also allowed

Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 30


Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Structure – T-Z Bracket

Bolts 6 Fixation Plates


(3xM16 on each Bracket) are also allowed

Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 31


Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Structure – L Bracket

6 Chemical Bolts
and Fixation Plates
CW Rail are also allowed
Bolts
(2xM12 on each Bracket)

Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 32


Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Preparation
/4
~L
Rail Surface
Fishplate
for T89 Rail
for T50/T75 Rail
/4
~L
6 Male Side
on Top

U Do not damage
the rail surface!
Clean the rail surface and fasten the fishplate to the rail.
Pay attention on the handling of the rails.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 33
Hoistway Components
Plumb Lines
475 mm (GQ = 800;1000 kg)

Preparation
590 mm (GQ = 1125 kg)
330 mm (GQ 675 kg)

(Layout TL shown)

Car Axis Plumbing Tool 100 mm


(at the Headroom)

70 mm = = 150 mm
Car Rail Axis

BKS + 40 mm
Plumb Lines
Door Axis

Eccentricity

216 ±25 mm = = 100 mm


(Layout TL shown)

Use a certified working platform to access the top zone of the hoistway.
Define the elevator axes and set the plumb lines at the headroom.
Hoistway Components | | Plumb Lines | Page 34
Hoistway Components
Plumb Lines
Preparation
Fastening Point
Plumb Line

400

Plate for Wall Plumbing Tool


Fastening (at the Pit)

(Layout TL shown)

Install the plumbing tool to the side walls at the pit.


Fasten two plumb lines to the plumbing tool.
Hoistway Components | | Plumb Lines | Page 35
Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Installation Drilling
GQ X1 X2 Positions
675 kg 520 mm 550 mm
800;1000 kg 670 mm 700 mm 2nd Bracket Ring
1125 kg 780 mm 815 mm

X1 X2

Plumb Line 150 mm

Car Rail Axis


3m

1st Bracket Ring

0.5 m
(Layout TL shown) Pit Floor

Install the first and second bracket ring, tighten the bolts by hand.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 36
Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Installation

Bolt
Car Rail Axis
Bolts

Plumb Lines
Omega
Bracket
Bolt

6 Distance HF
between the Omega
Brackets max. 3200 mm
Bolts

Use the plumb lines and spirit level to adjust the Omega bracket.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 37
Hoistway Components
Guide Rail Fastenings
Installation
Bolts (2x)
Car Rail Axis

Bolts (2x)

Bolts
Bolts

Plumb Line

Use the plumb line and spirit level to adjust the Z bracket resp. T bracket.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rail Fastenings | Page 38
Hoistway Components
Pit Set
Installation
CW Buffer Support Pos. Designation
(pre-assembled)
A Car Rail at CW Side
B Independent Car Rail
D
Shims C CW Rail at Main Entrance Side
D CW Rail

C A
BKS-Tool

6 The correct
B
Hole depends
(Layout TL shown)
on the BKS

Install the BKS-tool according to the dispo drawing.


Check that the CW side of the pit set is in level.
If necessary, put shims under each rail to adjust rail length differences.
Hoistway Components | | Pit Set | Page 39
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation U Observe the
Top End Rail tolerance of 0/+ 30 mm!
Top Rail GQ Y Y
(L = customized) X = HK + Y CW Rails Car Rails
675; 1125 kg 200 mm 1) 415 mm 1)
6 Male Side Top Floor Level
270 mm 2) 485 mm 2)
HSG + HQ + X

always upwards 800; 1000 kg 65 mm 1) 415 mm 1)


135 mm 2) 485 mm 2)
Standard Rails 1)
without Safety Gear on Counterweight
(L = 5 m or 2.5 m) HQ 2)
with Safety Gear on Counterweight

Bottom Rail U Check the dispo


(L = 5 m) drawing to know the
HSG car height (HK) and
Shims
Pit Floor the exact rail layout!

Check the distance X between the top end of the rails and top floor level.
If necessary, remove shims to adjust the distance X.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 40
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation
Setting Gage

y
x
Main Plumb Lines
y
Secondary Plumb Lines

Use the main plumb lines to adjust in x and y axis.


Use the secondary plumb line to adjust only in y axis.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 41
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation 6 Male Side
on Top
CW Rails
U Tighten the bolts! (not installed yet)
Car Rail

Plumb Line

Setting Gage

U Tolerance
BKS = 0/+1 mm!

Install the first set of car rails.


Use the setting gage and plumb lines to adjust the car rails.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 42
Hoistway Components
Pit Set
Installation
U Install the oil collector Fastening
Car before starting with the Screw
buffer installation!

Car Buffer
HKP = 73 mm
Support
HP = 80 mm

HSS1 =
Adjusting
HSG - 688 mm Screw
(variable)
Oil
HSG Collector
Install the car buffer support and adjust the height using adjusting screws.
Secure the car buffer support to the rail using fastening screw.
Hoistway Components | | Pit Set | Page 43
Hoistway Components
Pit Set
Installation
Wooden
Blocks

CW

HSG

HP = 80 mm
HGP = 73 mm
HGU = 60 mm
HSS2 = 122 mm
(constant)
CW Buffer
Support

Fasten the remaining wooden blocks onto the CW buffer support.


Hoistway Components | | Pit Set | Page 44
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation

U Tighten all bolts!

2nd Bracket Ring

CW Rails

Traction Beam
(see Chapter “P31K Car”)

(Layout TL shown) (Layout TL shown)

Align and tighten the 2nd bracket ring after the insertion of the traction beam.
Install the first set of CW rails.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 45
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation U Tighten all bolts!
Tirak / Hoist

Governor
Support
(old Design shown)

Belt Support

Top Car Rail


(customized)

6 Male Side
on Top
Fasten the governor and belt support to the top car rail.
Hang the assembly and lift it up until its bottom part reaches the next rail.
Connect the car rails using fishplate and alignment tool.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 46
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation
Rail Planer
Alignment (or Angle Grinder)

Tool

U Make sure that the


rail surface is clean,
corrosion free and
slightly oiled!

6 HLP68 Oil for a


cold and HH150 Oil
for a warm Climate Rail Joint

Use the alignment tool to ensure a proper alignment of the rail joints.
If necessary, use a rail planer to smooth the rail joints.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 47
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation

U Tighten all bolts!

Chain Hoist

Hanging
Car Rails

Bottom
Car Rail

Continue to connect the rest of the car rails until the headroom is reached.
Transfer the car rails to the chain hoist and align carefully the vertical position
until the hanging car rails are aligned with the bottom car rail.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 48
Hoistway Components
Car Suspension Point
Installation
U Tighten all bolts!

Governor
Support
560 mm

Belt
Support

Top Car Rail

Z Bracket

(Version with T75 shown) (Version with T75 shown)


6 Install the Z Bracket
Z Configuration according to the
T-Z Configuration
SF 300 mm Dispo Drawing SF > 300 mm
Fasten the governor and belt support to the top car rail and top T-Z bracket.
Hoistway Components | | Car Suspension Point | Page 49
Hoistway Components
Car Suspension Point
Hex Nuts Installation KSS Switch
Washer Unit

Bush
Spring
Threaded Belt Support
Rod
Governor Support

Stop Plate
(T-Z Configuration with T75 Rail)
U Stop plate must
touch the rail!
Insert the belt suspensions and fasten the switch unit onto the belt support.
Fasten the stop plate to the governor support (only T-Z version with T75 rail).
Hoistway Components | | Car Suspension Point | Page 50
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation

Tirak / Hoist

U Tighten all bolts!

Top Car Rail


(customized)

6 Male Side
on Top

Hang the top car rail and lift it up until its bottom part reaches the next rail.
Connect the car rails using fishplate and alignment tool.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 51
Hoistway Components
Guide Rails
Installation

U Tighten all bolts!

Chain Hoist

Hanging
Car Rails

Bottom
Car Rail

Continue to connect the rest of the car rails until the headroom is reached.
Transfer the car rails to the chain hoist and align carefully the vertical position
until the hanging car rails are aligned with the bottom car rail.
Hoistway Components | | Guide Rails | Page 52
Hoistway Components
Counterweight
Installation
U Make sure that the
lubricators are removed
during the installation!

Lubricator

U Install the return Emergency


pulley together with Guide Shoe
the traction belt!

CW Frame

Assemble, insert and lower the CW frame onto the two wooden timbers (1.4 m).
Center the emergency guide shoes to the rail (no rail contact).
Hoistway Components | | Counterweight | Page 53
Hoistway Components
Counterweight with Safety Gear
Installation

CWS Installation
Tools

Ensure that the CWS installation tools are pre-installed before inserting the CW.
Remove the CWS installation tools after the filling of the CW.
Hoistway Components | | Counterweight with Safety Gear | Page 54
Hoistway Components
Counterweight
Installation
Return Pulley Top Filler
(not installed yet) Blocks

Anti Jump
Safety 10 remaining 6 For GQ V 675 kg
Steel Blocks
and without
Filler Blocks of Layer B Safety Gear only
(GQ/2)

Filler Blocks of Layer A


(GK+GH+GGR)
Lower Filler Block
(yellow marked Side up)

Insert the filler block with the yellow marking at the bottom of the CW frame.
Insert the rest of the filler blocks according to the two prepared layers.
Secure the filler blocks using anti jump safety on each side.
Hoistway Components | | Counterweight | Page 55
Hoistway Components
Counterweight
Installation
CW
2500 mm Screen
from Pit Floor

Lateral
Brackets
Pit Floor

140 mm
140 mm from
Pit Floor Central
Bracket
Position and fasten the two upper and lower lateral brackets to the CW rails.
Fasten each CW screen to the lateral brackets.
Connect the CW screens at the bottom and top using central brackets.
Hoistway Components | | Counterweight | Page 56
Hoistway Components
Counterweight Suspension Point
Installation
Converter
U Tighten all bolts! Drive Bracket Support

U Check that the


machine support
is in level!

Machine Support

GQ 675 kg: 150 mm L Bracket


GQ 800 kg: 210 mm
(Version GQ = 800;1000 kg shown)

Fasten the machine support to the top car and CW rails.


Install the converter support and drive bracket onto the machine support.
Hoistway Components | | Counterweight Suspension Point | Page 57
P31K Car

Layout
TSD Axes KSE Switches TSD Stop Bracket

Encoder /
Fans G G
B B
Machine CCU P P
CCU

CW TL TR
ACVF C2
Traveling
Cable
LDU (TL) LDU (TR) LDU (C2)
HCU
Shaft Info Kit Shaft Info Kit
TSD Lever (with T2 Doors) (with C2 Doors)

P31K Car | | | Page 58


P31K Car
GED10/20 Safety Gear
Checking
TSD Axis Car Return Pulleys S ~ 1.5 mm

Brake Plate

Governor
Lever

Guide Shoe
Lining

Check that the brake plate and guide shoe lining is aligned.
Make sure that the car return pulleys rotate freely.
Check the correct function of the TSD and actuating mechanism.
P31K Car | | GED10/20 Safety Gear | Page 59
P31K Car
Floor Structure
Installation
Rear Skirting Structure
(only Car with single Entrance)

Rear Floor Frame


(with pre-installed Rear
Skirting Structure)

Traction
Beam
U Insert metallic linings
during the installation to
protect the plastic linings!

Front Floor Frame Guide Shoe


Remove one guide shoe during the insertion of the traction beam.
Insert the traction beam between the car rails and lower it onto the buffers .
Install the rear and front floor frame to the traction beam, tighten by hand.
P31K Car | | Floor Structure | Page 60
P31K Car
Floor Structure
Installation

Side Skirting
Retaining Structures
Angle

Fasten the side skirting structures to the traction beam


and floor frames, tighten by hand.
Adjust and fasten the retaining angles to the side skirting structures.
P31K Car | | Floor Structure | Page 61
P31K Car
Floor Structure
Installation
=
Side Skirting Structure

ZKE = 1 ZKE = 2

Limit Stops
U The limit stops must touch
the front and rear floor frame!
Adjust the side skirting structures and tighten it to the traction beam.
Tighten the rear and front frame to the side skirting structures and traction beam.
P31K Car | | Floor Structure | Page 62
P31K Car
Floor Structure
Checking
L1 - L2 = +/- 1 mm

L2

L1

Check the diagonals L1 and L2 to detect possible floor frame deformations.


Make sure that the floor frames are leveled horizontally.
P31K Car | | Floor Structure | Page 63
P31K Car
Floor
Installation
= = = =

= Floor
(protected by a Carton)
3 mm

ZKE = 1 ZKE = 2

References
(Floor – Side Skirting Structures)
m
m
U Make sure that the 20

surface of the floor


structure is free of dirt! Floor Structure Silicone Lines
Check that the floor fits into the provided space.
Apply silicone lines onto the floor structure and insert the floor.
Ensure that the references are aligned.
P31K Car | | Floor | Page 64
P31K Car
Uprights

Vertical Support Installation

Uprights

6 GQ = 1125 kg
Eight Uprights

6 Pre-install the
(Version GQ 1000 kg shown) two bottom Screws
on each Corner

Install the uprights to the floor structure, tighten by hand.


The rear uprights are equipped with a vertical support (only with single entrance).
P31K Car | | Uprights | Page 65
P31K Car
Roof
Installation
Fastening
Rear Wall Support Screws
(only with single Entrance)

Positioning Bolts
and Hex Nuts

U Insert metallic linings


Eye Bolts during the installation to
protect the plastic linings!
Remove one guide shoe during the insertion of the roof.
Hoist the roof and lower it slowly into position using positioning bolts.
Fasten the roof to the uprights using fastening screws and hex nuts.
P31K Car | | Roof | Page 66
P31K Car
Rear Diagonal Struts
Installation
Eccentrics
(above and below)

Adhesive Tape
(inside of the Car)

Rear Diagonal Strut


(only with single Entrance)

6 The correct
Hole depends on
the BK and HK

(Version GQ 675 kg shown)


Choose the correct hole and cut the excess length of the rear diagonal struts.
Fasten the rear diagonal struts to the uprights, tighten by hand.
P31K Car | | Rear Diagonal Struts | Page 67
P31K Car
Lateral Diagonal Struts
Installation

Diagonal Strut
(only Versions GQ 800 kg)

Eccentric
(above and below)

(Version GQ = 1125 kg shown)

Fasten the lateral diagonal struts to the roof and floor frame, tighten by hand.
P31K Car | | Lateral Diagonal Struts | Page 68
P31K Car
Front Panels / Header / Sill Extension
Installation Header

Front Panels
47 mm

Sill Extension
90°
BKE

Install the front panels, header and sill extension, tighten by hand.
P31K Car | | Front Panels / Header / Sill Extension | Page 69
P31K Car
Car Structure
Adjustment
Eye Bolt
min. 1.1 m = = (remove the Bolts
after the Installation)

Slings

6 Load Capacity: min. 1000 kg


Length: min. 1.5 m

Spirit Level

U Check that the


~ 50 mm
roof is in level!

Use the hoist and slings to hang the car.


P31K Car | | Car Structure | Page 70
P31K Car
Car Structure
Adjustment
CBD

6 The Distance “BKS – 2S”


is already preset

Car

S = 1.0 mm (GQ 675 kg)


S = 0.5 mm (GQ 800 kg) S

BKS

Check the required gap “S” and readjust if necessary.


P31K Car | | Car Structure | Page 71
P31K Car
Car Structure
Adjustment

U Adjust the car


structure using
eccentrics and
tighten all screws!

Retaining Angles Eccentrics


(rear and lateral Diagonal Struts)

6 Possible Adjustment
by each Eccentric: +/- 2 mm

(Version GQ = 1125 kg shown)

Remove the retaining angles after the tightening of the car structure.
Check the function of the safety gear system before using car as installation platform.
P31K Car | | Car Structure | Page 72
P31K Car
Balustrade
Installation

Balustrade for Balustrade


Layout TR

6 Balustrade at Balustrade for


Machine Side, only Layout TL
on Commission

(Layout TL shown)

If delivered, install the balustrade before using car as installation platform.


P31K Car | | Balustrade | Page 73
P31K Car
Car Lifting Points
Installation
Tirak /
Hoist

Slings Diverting
Pulley

= =
min. 1.1 m
Car Lifting
Beam

Eye Bolt
(remove the Bolts U Ensure that the load
after the Installation) capacity of all supporting
components is sufficient!
Standard HSK Reduced HSK
Stand securely in the middle of the car during car movement.
P31K Car | | Car Lifting Points | Page 74
P31K Car
Horizontal Struts
(Version GQ 675 kg shown)
Installation

Rear Horizontal Strut

6 Only for M2 Walls and


GQ = 800; 1000 kg

6 Only for COP and


Handrail Fastening

Lateral Horizontal Struts

GQ $ 1000 kg GQ = 1125 kg
If delivered, install the horizontal struts to the uprights and tighten the screws.
P31K Car | | Horizontal Struts | Page 75
P31K Car
Deco Ceiling
Installation
6 Fastening for
GQ = 1125 kg
Roof Profile
additionally in the
middle Section

Ceiling (Version BASIC shown) Ceiling


Bracket Fastening

Position the ceiling brackets on the roof profile at the opposite side of the CCU.
Fasten the deco ceiling to the roof at all four corners.
P31K Car | | Deco Ceiling | Page 76
P31K Car
COP
= =
Installation GQ $ 1000 kg
X
GQ = 1125 kg
COP Bracket

Entrance Side
Ceiling Corner X (*)
U Drill the holes for the Type Type
COP before starting with BASIC without 552 mm

the wall installation! MEDIUM without/Alu 532 mm


MEDIUM plastic 566 mm

Drilling Positions (*) also for Handrail Position valid

COP Axis
(for Holes Ø 6 mm)
Positioning
Drilling Position Points
(for Hole Ø 30 mm)

Drilling Positions 845 mm (*)


(for Holes Ø 10 mm)
Car Wall

Use the COP bracket as jig for the marking of the drilling positions.
Drill holes for the fastening of the COP bracket and for the cables.
P31K Car | | COP | Page 77
P31K Car

Installation

Adhesive
Tapes
Hut
Profile
Hex Nuts

A = 300 mm 6 Cable Length


inside of the Car

Screws / Nuts COP


Cables
COP.XCOP-SDIC.XCOP (Fastening to the Bracket
COP.XTELA-TAM2.X1-1-6 Horizontal Strut after
COP.XMIL-SDIC.XMIL (Option) the Wall Installation)
Car Wall Car Wall

Fasten the hut profile on the back side of the car wall using adhesive tapes.
Install the COP bracket to the car wall using hex nuts and screws.
P31K Car | | COP | Page 78
P31K Car
COP
Installation
Fastening
Screw

Hinge

6 Bend the Latch


a little bit to COP
secure the COP
COP
Latch
Bracket
Fastening
Screw
Insert the COP onto the COP bracket using its hinges and close it.
Lock the COP to the COP bracket using latch and fastening screws.
P31K Car | | COP | Page 79
P31K Car
Vertical Struts / M2 Walls
Installation

Pan Tap Screw Roof


(Holes 3.8 mm)

Upright
Vertical Struts

6 Only for M2 Walls


M2 Wall
(GQ $ 675 kg)
Side Skirting
Plywood Piece Structure

Install the vertical struts to the side skirting structure and roof.
Place four plywood pieces on each upright using adhesive tapes.
Fasten the M2 walls to each upright using four pan tap screws.
P31K Car | | Vertical Struts / M2 Walls | Page 80
P31K Car
Rear Panel
Installation
6 Use Vacuum Cups to
handle the Panel
Wall Angle Skirting T-Head Bolt
Board and Nut

Nut Plate
(on the back Side if
Handrail available)

U Drill the holes for the


handrail before starting
with the panel installation!
Shim Skirting Structure
Fasten the skirting board to the skirting structure, tighten by hand.
Insert shims between skirting board and floor to keep a gap of 0.5… 1 mm.
Position the wall angles and insert the rear panel, tighten all bolts and nuts.
P31K Car | | Rear Panel | Page 81
P31K Car
Side Panels
Wall Angle Installation

6 Use Vacuum Cups to


T-Head Bolt Skirting handle the Panels
and Nut Board
U Drill the holes for the
handrail before starting
with the panel installation!

Skirting Structure
Fasten the skirting boards to the skirting structures, tighten by hand.
Insert shims between skirting board and floor to keep a gap of 0.5… 1 mm.
Position the wall angles and insert the side panels, tighten all bolts and nuts.
P31K Car | | Side Panels | Page 82
P31K Car
Mirror / Handrail
Installation
6 The Sticker
indicates the top
6 Further Metrics
right Corner
in Chapter “COP”
8 mm
67
Mirror Holes 12 mm
(Adhesive Tape
on the back Side)

Handrail (Fastening to the


Horizontal Strut or Nut Plate)

Install the mirror, handrail and other available decoration elements.


Make sure that the weight of the mirror is carried by the skirting board.
P31K Car | | Mirror / Handrail | Page 83
P31K Car
Corner Panels
Installation

0.5…1 mm
Plastic Corner Panel Alu Corner Panel

6 Plastic Corners are


fastened directly to the
Wall using Adhesive Tape

Corner Support Middle Corner Panel


(only with Alu Corners) (Version GQ = 1125 kg shown) (only GQ = 1125 kg)

Ensure that the corner supports don’t touch the rear panel and front panels.
Fasten the corner supports to the wall and push the corners onto the brackets.
P31K Car | | Corner Panels | Page 84
P31K Car
Load Measuring Device

Load Measuring Installation


Device

6 The Load Measuring Device


is preinstalled on the Underside Hex Socket
of the Traction Beam Screws

Make sure that the hex socket screws are not tighten during the installation.
Tighten the hex socket screws just before executing the calibration.
P31K Car | | Load Measuring Device | Page 85
Safety Components
GED10/20 Safety Gear
Checking

Locking Wire

Spring Cotter

Tension Spring
Compression
Center Ring
Spring

Make sure that the compression spring, tension spring, spring cotter and
locking wire of each safety gear is fitted correctly.
Safety Components | | GED10/20 Safety Gear | Page 86
Safety Components
GED10/20 Safety Gear
Checking

1.5 mm

Guide Shoe

Rail Adjusting
Screw

Check the alignment between the safety gear and guide shoe on each side.
If necessary, adjust the safety gear using adjusting screw.
Safety Components | | GED10/20 Safety Gear | Page 87
Safety Components
GED10/20 Safety Gear
Checking

KF Switch

Governor Lever

Brake Shoe

Lift up the governor lever and check that the brake shoes
move in the direction indicated.
Check the correct function of the KF switch.
Safety Components | | GED10/20 Safety Gear | Page 88
Safety Components
GED10/20 Safety Gear
Checking
A = 0…2 mm

Brake Shoe Brake Plate

S = 1.5 mm
S = 2.5 mm

Check the position A and clearance S.


Safety Components | | GED10/20 Safety Gear | Page 89
Safety Components
GBP Overspeed Governor
Layout

Governor Rope Layout TR Layout TL

TR TL
A

B
Measure Distance
A 200 mm
6 Car Entrance B 31 mm

Safety Components | | GBP Overspeed Governor | Page 90


Safety Components
GBP Overspeed Governor
Installation

Overspeed Rotation Sticker


Governor
U Make sure that
Governor Rope the arrow points
towards the car rail!

Hole

Governor Support U Governor rope may not


touch the edge of the hole!
31 mm

Align the overspeed governor on the governor support and tighten the screws.
Route the end of the governor rope through the hole of the support.
Safety Components | | GBP Overspeed Governor | Page 91
Safety Components
GBP Overspeed Governor
Installation

Windings
(must lie against each other)

42.5 +/-1.3 mm TSR (Tripping Speed


Reducer; only for VKN = 1 m/s)

Tension 6 TSR to reduce the Tripping


Spring Speed of the GBP (optional)

Check the windings and length of the tension spring.


Use the TSR during the installation only.
Remove the TSR after the installation.
Safety Components | | GBP Overspeed Governor | Page 92
Safety Components
GBP Overspeed Governor

Tension Device Installation

Base Plate

Rail Clips

(Layout TL shown)

Y
X: Holes for T75 Guide Rail
Y: Holes for T89 Guide Rail
X

Clamp the base plate to the independent car rail using rail clips.
Attach the tension device to the base plate and secure it into position.
Safety Components | | GBP Overspeed Governor | Page 93
Safety Components
GBP Overspeed Governor

6 The Governor Rope Installation Rope Coupling


is not in Line with the
Governor Lever 200 mm

Governor Rope
max.
445 mm

min.
(342 mm)

~30 mm
239 mm

$ 45 mm
560 mm

Pull in the governor rope and fasten it to the governor lever using rope coupling.
Safety Components | | GBP Overspeed Governor | Page 94
Safety Components
TSD Temporary Safety Device (optional)
Structure
TSD Stop Bracket KSR Switch KSR-A Switch TSD Axis

Spring
Pins

Clamp

Cable to the Traction Beam


TSD Lever
Safety Components | | TSD Temporary Safety Device | Page 95
Safety Components
TSD Temporary Safety Device (optional)

U Drill two holes Ø 5 mm Installation


and insert the spring pins after
positioning of the stop brackets! Car Rail

1800 mm
Top Floor Car
1220 mm

TSD Axis

Clamp TSD Stop Bracket

Fasten one TSD stop bracket to each car rail using supplied special clamps.
Observe the given position of the TSD stop bracket.
Safety Components | | TSD Temporary Safety Device | Page 96
Safety Components
TSD Temporary Safety Device (optional)
Installation
TSD Lever
Assembly

Locking
Bolt
Upright
Bowden Cable

U Observe a min.
bending radius
of 120 mm!

Fasten the TSD lever assembly to the upright, tighten the screws.
Secure the bowden cable to the traction beam and upright using cable ties.
Safety Components | | TSD Temporary Safety Device | Page 97
Safety Components
TSD Temporary Safety Device (optional)
Checking
TSD Lever TSD
not activated

6 KSR is engaged 6 KSR-A is released


(both Contacts are open) (both Contacts are closed)
KSR KSR-A

TSD
TSD Switches activated

6 KSR is released 6 KSR-A is engaged


(both Contacts are closed) (both Contacts are open)
KSR KSR-A
Check the correct function of the complete TSD device by pulling out
the locking bolt and moving the TSD lever.
Safety Components | | TSD Temporary Safety Device | Page 98
Safety Components
CBS Car Blocking System
Top Clamps
(delivered with the Installation
KSE Magnet Bracket)

Car Blocking
Bracket

920 mm
Car Roof
Top Floor Level

U Drill one hole Ø 5 mm


and insert a spring pin
after positioning of the
Car Rail
car blocking bracket!
Fasten the car blocking bracket to the car rail using supplied clamps.
Observe the given position of the car blocking bracket.
Safety Components | | CBS Car Blocking System | Page 99
Safety Components
CBS Car Blocking System
Operation
6 GQ 675 kg: one CBS U The CBS is designed to
GQ 800 kg: two CBS carry GQ/2 only. Therefore,
never support the car
without the installed belts!

KCBS Switch Car Blocking Lever


Car Blocking Position

Car Blocking Car Blocking Lever


Bracket Normal Operation

For positioning of the car, set the car blocking lever from the
“Normal Operation” to the “Car Blocking Position” and tighten the screw.
Safety Components | | CBS Car Blocking System | Page 100
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Structure – Machine
Spirit Level Asynchronous
Motor

Brakes Fans

Traction Encoder
Sheaves

Damping Pads Damping Pads

Clamping Set

Machine Installation Tool Leveling Bolt


(for reduced Headroom)
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 101
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Structure – Machine Installation Tool

Machine on
the left Side

Machine on
S

the right Side


Position GQ . 675 kg

Supporting Leg

Car Lifting Point


(for standard HSK)
L

Roof

(Layout TL shown - Machine on the left Side) Position GQ 800 kg


FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 102
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation – Machine Installation Tool

Machine
Installation Tool
Eye Bolt

Bolts

(Car Lifting Point for standard HSK shown))

Fasten the machine installation tool on top of the car and tighten the bolts.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 103
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation – Installation Tool Method

Machine Installation Tool Lifting Points

Make sure that the car is positioned on the car buffers.


Use the lifting points to hoist the machine onto the machine installation tool.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 104
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation – Installation Tool Method

Hoist
Clamping Set
(suggested)

References
2nd Floor (Machine Stator – Tool)

Machine
Machine
1st Floor Installation Tool
U Ensure that the
references are aligned!

Make sure that the required safety components are installed properly.
Secure the machine with a clamping set onto the machine installation tool.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 105
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation – Installation Tool Method


Machine Support

Car Lifting Point


(for reduced HSK)

U Ensure that the


lifting capacity of the
hoist is sufficient!

U Do not travel along the hoistway on


the car roof when the machine is attached
onto the machine installation tool!
Attach the hoist to the car lifting points.
Lift the car carefully up to the machine support position.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 106
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation – Installation Tool Method


Clamping Set
Rear Fastening Bolt

Front Fastening Bolt

Leveling Bolt

6 Insert the Front


Bolt prior the Pivoting
of the Machine
Pivot the machine onto the machine support and secure it using bolts .
Do not release the clamping set before the bolts are hand tighten.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 107
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation – Installation Tool Method

Nuts
long Guiding Tube short
Damping Pads
Fastening Bolt Leveling Bolt
Release the clamping set, move the car a little bit downwards
and pivot the machine installation tool backwards .
Adjust the machine horizontal using leveling bolt and spirit level.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 108
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Installation

Counterweight Machine

Machine Axis Counterweight


Axis

Ensure that the machine axis is parallel to the CW axis.


FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 109
FMB130 – 4 Machine

Final Works

Fastening Bolt

Belt Retainers

Safety Wire

Tighten all bolts and secure the fastening bolts using safety wires.
Twist the end of the safety wires.
Remove all belt retainers on the machine after the acceptance test.
FMB130 – 4 Machine | | | Page 110
ACVF Biodyn 12C/19C/BR

6 The Converter is
Installation
positioned at the Screw Converter
Main Entrance Side

(Version GQ ! 675 kg shown)

Machine Converter
Support Support

Screw the three screws into the converter support, do not screw all the way in.
Insert the converter onto the three screws and tighten the screws.
ACVF Biodyn 12C/19C/BR | | | Page 111
ACVF Biodyn 12C/19C/BR
Wiring
LDU HCU ACVF

VF-POW X1
XCAN-EXT

2
4 SF
U
6
Machine
V
SMIC.HCU SHCU.LDU 2
W
4 SF1
SNGL.HCU SHCU.SNGL 6 CAN TDIV

MGB
VF LDU-POW
THMH

SHCU.VF VF

Earth Clamp
CAN and TDIV
ACVF Biodyn 12C/19C/BR | | Wiring | Page 112
Compact Landing Door System
Sill Console
Installation +/- 3° +/- 3°

l Mark
Flo o r Leve
1000 mm

1042 mm
1000 mm
Sill Console TSW = 75/115 mm

100 mm
+/- 3° +/- 3°
Shim
=
=
Do
or
Ax
(Version TSW 75/115 shown) is

Shims TSW = 35 mm
If no anchor rail is available, drill holes into the wall to fasten the sill console.
Adjust and fasten the sill console.
Compact Landing Door System | | Sill Console | Page 113
Compact Landing Door System
Lateral Adjustment Panels
Installation
Lateral
Header Adjustment
Panels

Bolt

Jamb

If lateral adjustment is needed, preinstall the bolts into the header and jambs.
Adjust and fasten the lateral adjustment panels.
Compact Landing Door System | | Lateral Adjustment Panels | Page 114
Compact Landing Door System
Sill Support / Door Frame
Installation Jambs
Header

Square
Neck Bolt
U Ensure that
the corners are Door Sill
(pre-assembled)
aligned properly!

Sill Support
Fasten the sill support onto the sill console, tighten by hand.
Assemble the door frame (header, jambs) and fasten it onto the sill support.
Compact Landing Door System | | Sill Support / Door Frame | Page 115
Compact Landing Door System
Door Frame
Installation
U Make sure that
there is no offset
of the door axes! Wooden Wedge

Car Front
Door Gages
Door Frame

Closed or partially closed Hoistway


Front (Wall Lintel available)
(Layout TR, partially closed Hoistway Front shown)

Use the door gages to define the door frame position related to the car front.
Secure provisionally the door frame to the hoistway using two wooden wedges.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Frame | Page 116
Compact Landing Door System
Door Frame
X
Installation
Telescopic Support

Door Gages

U Make sure that


there is no offset
of the door axes! View X

(Layout TL, View from the rear Side)


Door Frame
Open Hoistway Front
Car Front (Wall Lintel not available)
(Layout TR shown)

Use the door gages to define the door frame position related to the car front.
Fasten the telescopic support to the door frame and lateral walls.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Frame | Page 117
Compact Landing Door System
Telescopic Support
Installation
U Check the dispo drawing
Intermediate Support
or contract description!
A
A A

Telescopic Support Landing Door Duplex in open Hoistway Front

Install the intermediate support to the hoistway wall.


Fasten the telescopic support to the landing door, wall and intermediate support.
Compact Landing Door System | | Telescopic Support | Page 118
Compact Landing Door System
Door Mechanism
Installation
Door Axis

Actuating Rod

Door Mechanism

Door Frame

Put the door mechanism into the door frame.


Make sure that the actuating rod is inserted correctly.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Mechanism | Page 119
Compact Landing Door System
Door Mechanism
Installation
KNET Switch (only with TSD; on the bottom
Landing door, disconnect and overbridge the Cable)

T2 Door C2 Door

If Lateral Front
available

Hex Screw Flat Head Bolts / If Lateral Front


Thin Washers available

Fasten the door mechanism to the door frame.


Check the function of the door lock and KNET switch using triangular key.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Mechanism | Page 120
Compact Landing Door System
Door Mechanism
Installation

Flange Nut

Top
Bracket

Front Wall

Square
Neck Bolt
U Protect the door mechanism
against contamination!
(Partially closed Hoistway Front shown)

Fasten the landing door to the front wall using top brackets.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Mechanism | Page 121
Compact Landing Door System
Door Sill
Installation

Door Sill Door Gage

U Make sure that


there is no offset
Sill Support
of the door axes!

(View from the Hoistway)

=
=
30 mm Sill Console

(Layout TR, open Hoistway Front shown)

Use the door gages to adjust the door sill gap (30 mm).
Tighten definitively the sill support to the sill console.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Sill | Page 122
Compact Landing Door System
Door Panels
T2 Door Installation
Carrier
Door Panel

Screws

BKE
C2 Door
BKE + 15 mm
6 Baffle in the
same Position
BKE
on each Floor Guide Shoe
Install the door panels to the carrier and tighten the screws by hand.
Fasten the guide shoes to the door panels.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Panels | Page 123
Compact Landing Door System
T2 Door Panels
Adjustment
Clamp Screws
(Open Position)

G = 4 mm: with Sill Protection


G = 5 mm: w/o Sill Protection
Set Screw
50 mm (Close Position)

If necessary, align the door panels at the open and close position, tighten all screws.
Check the distance G between the door panels and door sill.
Compact Landing Door System | | T2 Door Panels | Page 124
Compact Landing Door System
C2 Door Panels

Clamp Adjustment
(Open Position)

30 mm

BKE
Screws
BKE + 15 mm
Set Screw
BKE
Door Panel (Close Position)

If necessary, align the door panels at the open and close position, tighten all screws.
Check the distance G between the door panels and door sill.
Compact Landing Door System | | C2 Door Panels | Page 125
Compact Landing Door System
Door Lock
2 mm

Adjustment

KTS Switch 6 The other


(1...2 mm) Settings are
already done
7 mm

Hook
Door Lock
Marking Adjusting Screw
(Hook Engagement 7 mm)
(KTS Switch 2 mm)

Adjusting Screw
(40 mm) (85 mm) (Open Position Clutch 83 mm)

Adjust the door lock using adjusting screws and marking.


Check that the hook is engaged 7 mm when the KTS switch is closed.
Compact Landing Door System | | Door Lock | Page 126
Compact Landing Door System
Toe Guard
Installation

Toe Guard
Bracket
Sill Support
Sill Console

Toe Guard

TS
W
–7
mm

Bend the toe guard bracket according to the situation by hand.


Fasten the toe guard to the sill support and sill console using toe guard bracket.
Compact Landing Door System | | Toe Guard | Page 127
Compact Car Door System
Door Sill
Installation

T2 Door C2 Door
0.5BKE
0.5BKE

=
=

Hex Screw Door Sill Front Panels Floor Frame

Insert the hex screws into the door sill.


Align the door sill to the front panels and fasten it onto the floor frame.
Compact Car Door System | | Door Sill | Page 128
Compact Car Door System
Door Drive Brackets
Installation Door Drive Bracket
Type GQ BKE X
T2 400 kg 750 mm 928 mm
535 kg 850 mm 978 mm
625/675/1125 kg 950 mm 1128 mm
C2 800 kg 800 mm 1303 mm
1000 kg 900 mm 1503 mm

Flat Head Bolts


Door Drive

Install the door drive brackets to the door drive using flat head bolts.
Compact Car Door System | | Door Drive Brackets | Page 129
Compact Car Door System
Door Drive
Installation
Hex Screws
Door Control
HKE = 2000 mm

HKE = 2100/2300 mm

Middle Fastening
Bracket (pre-assembled) Header

6 HKE = 2100/2300 mm:


Remove the Door Control
to install the Bracket Hex Screw
Screw the hex screw into the header, do not screw all the way in.
Install the door drive to the roof using hex screws and tighten hex screw .
Compact Car Door System | | Door Drive | Page 130
Compact Car Door System
Door Panels
Installation
Carrier

Door Panels
Guide Shoe

Guide Shoe
Lining
U Use the guide
shoe without lining!

Sill Protection
(optional) x
Fasten the door panels to the carrier and the guide shoes to the door panels.
Use a sill protection to avoid damages on the Alu-sill during the installation.
Compact Car Door System | | Door Panels | Page 131
Compact Car Door System
Clutch
Installation
U No retaining
ring required!
Drive Belt

Clutch Carrier
Screw
C2 Door T2 Door
Install the clutch to the carrier and connect it to the drive belt (T2 door).
Align the clutch vertical using spirit level and tighten the screws (T2 door).
Compact Car Door System | | Clutch | Page 132
Compact Car Door System
T2 Door Panels
Adjustment

Screws
Clamp
(Open Position)

G = 4 mm: with Sill Protection


G = 5 mm: w/o Sill Protection
(Open Position)
Set Screw
(Close Position)

If necessary, align the door panels at the open and close position, tighten all screws.
Check the distance G between the door panels and door sill.
Compact Car Door System | | T2 Door Panels | Page 133
Compact Car Door System
C2 Door Panels
Adjustment
Set Screw Clamp
(Open Position) (Open Position)

Screws
BKE
Door Panel
Set Screw
(Close Position) BKE + 15 mm
30 mm

If necessary, align the door panels at the open and close position, tighten all screws.
Check the distance G between the door panels and door sill.
Compact Car Door System | | C2 Door Panels | Page 134
Compact Car Door System
T2 / C2 Door Panels
Adjustment

T2 Door C2 Door

2 mm

KTC Switch 2 mm
2 mm

Check the proper function of the KTC switch, if necessary readjust it.
Compact Car Door System | | T2 / C2 Door Panels | Page 135
Compact Car Door System
Light Barrier (with T2 Doors only)
6 Position the Installation
Car between
two Floors Sensor Assembly
(For Layout TR, the
Sensor must be turned)
Reflector
Adjusting Screw
Reflector
Bracket LED

Door Panel U Check the sensor


function during the
Front Panel commissioning and
readjust if necessary
until LED is ON!

Fasten the sensor assembly to the front panel.


Place the reflector onto the door panel and secure it using reflector bracket.
Compact Car Door System | | Light Barrier (with T2 Doors only) | Page 136
Compact Car Door System
T2 Light Curtain (optional)
Installation Grounding

Clips

Transmitter Front Panel Plastic Caps


Install the transmitter unit (white plug) to the front panel using clips.
Cover the two light barrier openings using enclosed plastic caps.
Compact Car Door System | | T2 Light Curtain (optional) | Page 137
Compact Car Door System
T2 Light Curtain (optional)
Installation

Cable Ties

Cabling

Receiver
X
Grounding 90°
HKE X
2000/2100 mm 380 mm
2300 mm 605 mm

Install the receiver unit (blue plug) to the door drive and door sill.
Make sure that the receiver unit is in vertical position using spirit level.
Compact Car Door System | | T2 Light Curtain (optional) | Page 138
Compact Car Door System
C2 Light Curtain
Sensor
Bracket Installation

KNE Switch
Bracket

X Transmitter
HKE X
2000/2100 mm 380 mm
Receiver 2300 mm 605 mm

Install the receiver to the sensor and the transmitter to the KNE switch bracket.
Make sure that the receiver and transmitter units are in vertical position.
Compact Car Door System | | C2 Light Curtain | Page 139
Compact Car Door System
C2 Light Curtain

U-Profile Installation Grounding

Cable Tie

Cabling

Grounding

Secure the receiver and transmitter cable to the U-profile using cable ties.
Fasten the grounding cable of the receiver and transmitter.
Compact Car Door System | | C2 Light Curtain | Page 140
Compact Car / Landing Door System
Door Lock / Clutch Trigger System
Adjustment (0.5 mm)

Locking Rollers

(0.5 mm)
(145 mm)
(10 mm)
Overlap

X
Clutch
= = Clutch Trigger
System
Clutch X
T2/C2: Opened 83 mm
Clutch
T2/C2: Closed 48 mm X

Check the correct engagement of the clutch trigger system.


Check the clearance and overlap between the locking rollers and clutch.
Compact Car / Landing Door System | | Door Lock / Clutch Trigger System | Page 141
Compact Car Door System
Door Drive
Commissioning
1. Make sure that all plugs are connected “SAFETY” Button
2. Switch ON the door frequency converter
3. Press the “AUTOADJUSTMENT” button
to adjust the door (car and landing door coupled)

4. Check the function of the closing force


limiter, if necessary use the “SAFETY”
button (54) to adjust (K 150 N)
5. Check the door speed, if necessary use “OPEN SPEED” Button
the “OPEN SPEED” (53) or “CLOSE
SPEED” button (52) to adjust “CLOSE SPEED” Button
6. Check the function of the light barrier “AUTOADJUSTMENT”
resp. light curtain Button
Compact Car Door System | | Door Drive | Page 142
Traction Belt

Layout

Machine Traction
Sheave
180° Belt Twisting
Counterweight
Suspension Point Car Suspension
Point

Car

Car Return
Counterweight
Pulleys
Return Pulley

Traction Belt | | | Page 143


Traction Belt

Preparation
U Make sure that
the return pulley
is removed!

Timbers
1.4 m

Pit Floor

Make sure that the counterweight is partially loaded (GK)


and positioned onto two timbers.
Traction Belt | | | Page 144
Traction Belt

U Avoid the Installation


contamination 6 Keep a Belt Length
with oil, grease, of about 1.5 m free

GBP Side
cement etc.!
Machine Side
Return Pulleys

Belt Retainer ~ 1.7 m V-Profile

Position the car near the lowest floor and route the belt through return pulleys.
Make sure that V-profile is facing towards the car and belt retainers are installed.
Traction Belt | | | Page 145
Traction Belt

Installation
Car Suspension
Point

Belt End

Final Top Floor Level

1025 mm

Sill Level Wedge

100…150 mm

Position the car at the top and fasten the belt end to the car suspension point.
Traction Belt | | | Page 146
Traction Belt

Installation Traction
Sheave

U Each pair of belts


must be twisted 180° in Belt End
opposite directions
before routing over the
traction sheave!

Car Rail
Loop
Drop the belt on the CW-side into the hoistway .
Twist the belt 180° and route the belt end over the traction sheave .
Traction Belt | | | Page 147
Traction Belt

Installation
Traction
Sheave Bracket at the
Counterweight Side

Belts inside of
the Brackets Loop
Plumb
Pull up the belt and pass all this length over the traction sheave .
Drop the obtained loop through the inside of the brackets using plumb.
Traction Belt | | | Page 148
Traction Belt

Installation
Counterweight
Suspension Point

Belt End

Wedge

Return Pulley CW
100…150 mm (see Chapter “Hoistway
Components”) Frame
Fasten the belt end to the counterweight suspension point.
Install the return pulley to the counterweight frame.
Traction Belt | | | Page 149
Traction Belt

Final Operation – Counterweight Suspension Point


Wedge Locking Split Pins
(incl. Split Pin)

30 mm
20 mm

Cable Tie
100…150 mm

U Make sure that


the spring lengths Springs Sheet Metal Cable Tie
are equal!
Insert the wedge locking and split pins after the adjustment of the spring length.
Install the anti-twist device using sheet metal and cable ties.
Traction Belt | | | Page 150
Traction Belt

Final Operation – Car Suspension Point


Wedge Locking Split Pin
(incl. Split Pin)
Hex Nuts

U Make sure that


30 mm the tension in the
20 mm
belts is equal!

Cable Tie
100…150 mm

(Version with two Belts)

Slowly move the car up and down, min. two times.


Adjust the belt tension using hex nuts and check again.
Insert the wedge locking and split pins after the belt adjustment.
Traction Belt | | | Page 151
Traction Belt

Final Operation – Car Suspension Point

Sheet Metals

Cable Ties

Version with two Belts Version with four Belts

Install the anti-twist device using sheet metal and cable ties.
Traction Belt | | | Page 152
Traction Belt

Final Operation
Machine
U Remove all
paper at the end!
2020 mm
Marking Points
(mark each Belt on
PTFE-Zone the Back Side)
= 300 mm
PTFE

Final Top Floor Level

U Execute these Sill Level


1000 mm

operations before
starting with the
wall installation!

Cover the zone above and below the marking points with paper.
Spray the V-shaped side of the PTFE-zone using PTFE-spray.
After 10 min., spray the same zone once more (drying time 30 min.).
Traction Belt | | | Page 153
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
KSE Switches
Installation

Roof
Structure

Bracket
KSE-D
KSE-U

KSE
(Version GQ < 1125 kg shown)
Switches (Version GQ = 1125 kg shown)

Observe the designation on the KSE switches.


Install the KSE switches to the roof structure resp. bracket.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | KSE Switches | Page 154
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
KSE Magnets
Installation
B = 1.22 m
N

Washers
KSE-U Magnet
Magnet
Bracket S

(Version GQ < 1125 kg, KSE-U shown) B = 1.25 m

6 KSE Distance “B”:


Distance between Landing
and Car Floor Level

Install the KSE magnets according to the given positions.


Adjust the KSE magnets to the KSE switches using washers (gap = 8 mm).
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | KSE Magnets | Page 155
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
Shaft Info Kit – T2 Door
Installation
Door Drive

Shaft Info Bracket

Fastening Points

6 With two Entrances:


Opposite Entrance
without KNE Switch
and KNE Curve
(Layout TL shown)

Fasten the shaft info bracket to the door drive.


BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | Shaft Info Kit – T2 Door | Page 156
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
Shaft Info Kit – C2 Door
Installation

Door
Drive

KNE Switch
Bracket

Sensor
Bracket

6 More Information see


also Chapter “Compact
Car Door System”

Fasten the sensor and KNE switch bracket to the door drive.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | Shaft Info Kit – C2 Door | Page 157
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
Sensor Flag Bracket – T2 Door
Installation
A
Sensor Sensor Flag Landing Door
Flag Bracket

A<B

(Standard Delivery)

Sensor Flag Bracket TL Sensor Flag Bracket TL


for HT = 2100 mm for HT = 2000 mm
B

Install one sensor flag bracket to each landing door.


Observe the correct position of the sensor flag on the sensor flag bracket.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | Sensor Flag Bracket – T2 Door | Page 158
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
Sensor Flag Bracket – C2 Door

Standard: Installation
One Bolt in Slot and
one in Round Hole
Adjustment needed:
Two Bolts in Slots

(HT = 2100 mm)


Flag Fastening
(HT = 2000 mm)

Sensor Flag

Sensor Flag
Bracket Landing Door
Install one sensor flag bracket to each landing door.
Observe the correct position of the sensor flag on the sensor flag bracket.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | Sensor Flag Bracket – C2 Door | Page 159
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
KNE / Sensor Flag Bracket – T2 Door
Installation

Sensor Flag

Sensor Flag
Bracket

KNE Curve

KNE / Sensor Flag KNE / Sensor Flag


Bracket at the Bottom Bracket at the Top
Fasten one KNE / sensor flag bracket to the uppermost and lowest landing door.
Observe the correct position of the KNE curve on the sensor flag.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | KNE / Sensor Flag Bracket – T2 Door | Page 160
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
KNE Curve Bracket – C2 Door
Installation

(HT = 2100 mm)


Curve
Fastening
(HT = 2000 mm)

KNE Curve Bracket KNE Curve Bracket


at the Bottom at the Top
Fasten one KNE curve bracket to the uppermost and lowest landing door.
Observe the correct position of the KNE curve on the bracket.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | KNE Curve Bracket – C2 Door | Page 161
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System
Shaft Info Kit
Checking
Shaft Info Sensors
+/- 5 mm Bracket
6 Center of
10 mm the Flag
PHUET

Sensor Flag PHS

Flag Center Floor Level


References

KNE Switch
KNE

(Version with T2 Door shown)

Check the proper function of the sensors, if necessary readjust the sensor flags.
Check the proper function of the KNE switch.
BIONIC 5 Shaft Information System | | Shaft Info Kit | Page 162
Traveling Cable

Car Control Unit Layout


CCU
Machine Support
Landing Door
Unit LDU Front Wall / Landing
Door Frame

Traveling Cable
Upright

Traction Beam Omega Brackets

(~ 40 cm)
6 Route the green marked
End into the CCU and the red
~ 10 cm, if the car rests
HQ/2 + 1 m on the retracted buffer marked End into the LDU

Pit Floor = Cable Tie

Traveling Cable | | | Page 163


Traveling Cable

Installation
Cable Tie on Suspension on the
the Upright Machine Support

Suspension on the
Traction Beam

U Traveling
cable with the
labeled side
towards the wall!

Cable Tie on the


Omega Bracket
Fasten the traveling cable to the front wall, machine support,
Omega brackets, traction beam and upright.
Traveling Cable | | | Page 164
Commissioning
System Overview
FMxxx
Main Electrical Components
ACVF
LDU: Landing Door Unit
Servitel LDU (Controller, MMI User Interface,
TM4 HCU
Manual Evacuation)
(GTM)
CCU: Car Control Unit
SCIC (Door and Car Interfaces,
SDIC Inspection Control)
SMIC
Fermator: Door Drive
SUET ACVF: Frequency Converter Vacon NXP
SNGL
Fermator CCU
Servitel
HCU: Hoistway Control Unit
TAM2 (Automatic Evacuation)
COP (GNT) LOP: Landing Operating Panel
LIN: Landing Indicator
LCUX: Landing Call Unit Extension
LCUX COP: Car Operating Panel
LIN Servitel: TM4 (Remote Monitoring, GTM)
TAM2 (Telealarm, GNT)
LOP
SMIC: Main Interface PCB
SCIC: Microprocessor PCB
LIN SNGL: Power Supply and Evacuation PCB
SDIC: Main Interface Car PCB
LOP
SUET: Door Pre-opening PCB

Commissioning | | System Overview | Page 165


Commissioning
Installation Main Electrical Components
LDU Base Module HCU fastened on
CW rails CCU fastened
230VAC/5VC
from inside the car
Door frame

Servitel
TM4
(GTM)

Intercom
(Option)
(GSV)

LDU Power Module


Commissioning | | Installation Main Electrical Components | Page 166
Commissioning
Wiring Hoistway Safety Circuit and BIO Bus
Safety Circuit Hoistway BIO Bus
.SMIC
LDU.SMIC.SKS .LOP

2 .LIN LIN
1: Cable for LOP connection 4
.LOP

2: Cable for optional 1


component connection

3: Cable for connection LOP


BIO bus LDU.SMIC

4: Sync cable CF 2 .LCUX

5: Sync cable CF 2 .LIN


LCUX
(branch) 5
.LOP

Commissioning | | Wiring Hoistway Safety Circuit and BIO Bus | Page 167
Commissioning
Installation Travel

In this manual two possibilities of Installation Travel are described:

Installation Travel with Recall Control


( => red information on next pages)

U Fitter has to stay on LDU floor. No person on the car.

For example used to check machine rotation direction

Installation Travel with Inspection Control (to travel on car roof)


( => red and green information on next pages)

Used to install hoistway information cable, to adjust landing doors, …….

Commissioning | | Installation Travel | Page 168


Commissioning
Installation Travel with Recall Control on LDU floor

Preparation: Establish all red connections

ext norm

Commissioning | | Installation Travel with Recall Control | Page 169


Commissioning
Installation Travel with Recall Control on LDU floor

Preparation and Additional Information

LDU.SNGL: JEM is in position OFF


Check or plug POW cables (from JH and TS)
Plug connector HCU
LDU.SMIC: Plug Recall Control to ESE (Press JHM and set JRH to position "Recall")
Plug connector HCU
Electrical bridges: KSS (pin 1-2)
SKS (pin 1-2)
SKS (pin 2-3)
SKC (pin 1-3)
LDU.SCIC: DIP switch 1=ON and DIP switch 8=ON
Plug CAN bus cable (from ACVF) to XCAN-CAR
Set CAN bus termination switch to position NORM
HCU: Plug connectors LDU-POW, VF-POW, SNGL, VF and LDU
Do not yet connect the battery (to avoid discharging)
Power Supply: Connect mains supply to JH in LDU

Continue with chapter "Switching ON and System Checks"


Commissioning | | Installation Travel with Recall Control | Page 170
Commissioning
Installation Travel with Inspection Control

Preparation: Establish all red and green connections

ext norm

Commissioning | | Installation Travel with Inspection Control | Page 171


Commissioning
Installation Travel with Inspection Control

Preparation and Additional Information


„ LDU.SNGL: - JEM is in position OFF
- Check or plug POW cables (from JH and TS)
- Plug connector HCU
„ LDU.SMIC: - Remove bridges on KSS and SKC
- Plug connectors KSS, KBV, HCU and SKC
- Plug Recall Control to ESE (Press JHM and set JRH to position "Recall")
- Electrical bridges: SKS (pin 1-2)
SKS (pin 2-3)
„ LDU.SCIC: - DIP switch 1=ON and DIP switch 8=ON
- Plug CAN bus cable (from ACVF) to XCAN-EXT
- Plug CAN bus cable (from car) to XCAN-NORM
- Set CAN bus termination switch to position EXT
„ HCU: - Plug connectors LDU-POW, VF-POW, SNGL, VF and LDU
- Do not yet connect the battery (to avoid discharging)
„ Power Supply: - Connect mains supply to JH in LDU
„ CCU.SDIC: - Plug connectors KCBS, JHC2, UCC, KNE, SKC and POWC
- Electrical bridges: KTC (pin 1-2)
2KTC (pin 1-2) (if connector available)
- In a TSD system: Plug KSE (to enable traveling upwards)
Commissioning | | Installation Travel with Inspection Control | Page 172
Commissioning
Installation Travel (both variants)

Switching ON and System Checks


U Before switching ON the system and moving the car, make sure neither
persons nor material are at risk!
Keep in mind that part of the safety circuit is bridged!
• Switch ON JH, SIS, SIL and JH1 (if available)
• Check the LEDs on SMIC, SCIC, ACVF SCIC

SMIC "- - - - - -" ACVF


= Parameter downloaded,
OK

"S001r3" Blinking:
= Parameter download failed, WDOG Green
ACVF not ready, DRIVE LED
CAN bus problem ERR
(= 400VAC
IUSK ON: Power Supply
ISPT Safety circuit SERVICE on)
RTS
(Installation
24V Travel
Power Supply mode)
5V

Commissioning | | Installation Travel | Page 173


Commissioning
Installation Travel (both variants)

Check of Travel Direction (in two steps)


Step 1 Step 2
START Start second trip downwards
using RECALL control

Activate INSTALLATION TRAVEL


(SCIC DIP Switch 8 ON).
Yes
Does the elevator travel
Active SERVICE mode on upwards?
RECALL control (JRH ON)

Invert motor phases


Start first trip downwards using No HMI: CF=16 PA=15
RECALL control

Deactivate INSTALLATION
TRAVEL and SERVICE mode
Does FC stop the Yes
elevator with encoder or
shaft speed error? END
Invert motor encoder direction
(HMI: CF=16 PA=14)
No

Commissioning | | Installation Travel | Page 174


Commissioning
HMI User Interface
Special Modes

Acceptance Test

System Info

Configuration

Error Codes
ESC: Move one level back
without saving Statistics
Change value
Monitoring
OK: Confirm entered value

Change encoder and/or phase


direction with:
Main menu 40
CF=16, PA=14 (encoder)
CF=16, PA=15 (phase)
UL= from 1 to 0 or from 0 to 1

Commissioning | | HMI User Interface | Page 175


Commissioning
Preparation Learning Travel
1. Mechanical installation and wiring of 2. Specialties
all electrical components according to
the schematics (installation diagram) HCU battery connection:
Step 1: Connect minus pole of battery to minus
pole of inverter
Step 2: Plug BATT connector to SHCU
KSE magnetic switches:
At least one switch must be "1“
LDU.SCIC: DIP switch 8 = ON
Remove any bridges made during Installation Travel

3. Switch ON the system. 4. System checks


ACVF parameters are downloaded (see chapter "Installation Travel")
automatically

Commissioning | | Preparation Learning Travel | Page 176


Commissioning
Final Commissioning

Commissioning of Bionic 5 Control:


TK Commissioning Schindler 3300/5300, K 609707 (English only)

Acceptance Tests:
Acceptance Tests Guidelines, J 635711 (English only)

Commissioning Servitel TM4 (Monitoring) and Servitel TAM2 (Alarm)


This is done remotely by the Control Center (TACC/RMCC)
Remark: Connect TM4.RS232 SCIC.XTELE just before handing over the elevator to the
customer (This prevents from storing useless system information during installation)

Configuration and Troubleshooting:


Quick Reference Guide Schindler 3300/5300, K 608208

Commissioning | | Final Commissioning | Page 177


Troubleshooting
Error Codes
How to read out Error Codes (HMI Menu 50)

_ _ _ _ xx 10 _ _ _ x

20 _ _ _ x

30 _ _ _ x

40 _ _ _ x

50_ _ _ x 50 _ _ _ 0

60_ _ _ x 50 _ _ _ 1 E0 _ _ _ _
6 Information about Error Codes:
- Field Specialists or
- Quick Reference K 608208 70_ _ _ x E1 _ _ _ _

Troubleshooting | | Error Codes | Page 178


Troubleshooting
Clearance SW Problems of Control

Reset
Normal Reset Learning Travel
"Persistent Fatal Error"

Reset

DIP 8

• Press Reset • DIP8 => ON • DIP8 => ON


• Wait 3 seconds • Reset
• DIP8 => OFF • Wait 30 seconds
• Reset • DIP8 => OFF
• Reset
Troubleshooting | | Clearance SW Problems of Control | Page 179
Troubleshooting
ACVF Reset and Traveling in Open Loop Mode

_ _ _ _ xx 10 _ _ _ x 101 _ _ _ 101 _ _0 101: ACVF Reset

20 _ _ _ x
101 _ _ 1

30 _ _ _ x
102 _ _ _ 102 _ _ 0
102: ACVF Open Loop Mode
- IG is not used
- KB and THMH are not checked
40 _ _ _ x
102 _ _ 1 OL

50_ _ _ x Insp. OFF

102 only if
60_ _ _ x Inspection or Recall ON

70_ _ _ x

Troubleshooting | | ACVF Reset and Traveling in Open Loop Mode | Page 180
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