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Thank you for your purchase of the Emergenzamatic rescue device 43/E series, an equipment applicable in lifts with asynchronous motor (model 43/EMD) or synchronous

motor (model 43/ES). This device, in the event of lack of main supply voltage or electrical failure in the control panel, releases the trapped passengers bringing the car to the nearest or prefixed floor and opening the doors. The device operates and switches off automatically and is especially aimed at buildings without concierge service or with large

influx of public (hospitals, airports, subways, stadiums,

emergency it is recommended to take the car to a specific evacuation floor.

) where in case of

The devices 43/E series, designed according to the new criteria "green future", are easy to install, with a systems learning the parameters during commissioning and a new method of engine management which ensures at any intervention a reduction in consumption of battery life (up 80%). The batteries used are 12V sealed type, and their number depends on the rescue operation (to the nearest or specific floor) that the device is requested to perform; it is possible to insert from 4 to 10 batteries (usually with capacity 7.2Ah or

18Ah).

As required by the rules in force, the device does not work in cases where the safety circuits of the lift - for whatever reason - are out of service.

The purpose of this manual is to give support to the installer during installation of the device, and also to provide all the information necessary for the proper use and maintenance service. Discrepancies between some contents of this manual and the behavior of the device could be found, but they have no substantial effect on efficiency of the device as they are due just to several firmware updates.

In the event that the contents of this manual was not enough or you need more explanations, please contact our technical department.

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Warnings / CautionIcon and information Insights Tricks and Tips 43/EMD Section valid only for devices 43/EMD model 43/ES

InsightsIcon and information Warnings / Caution Tricks and Tips 43/EMD Section valid only for devices 43/EMD

Tricks and TipsIcon and information Warnings / Caution Insights 43/EMD Section valid only for devices 43/EMD model 43/ES

43/EMD

Section valid only for devices 43/EMD model

43/ES

 

Section valid only for devices 43/ES model

Glossary:

Device in Stand-by: Power ON (SM switch in ON position), with presence of voltage between terminal [I] and terminal [NL] and display OFF.

Device at rest: Power ON (SM switch in ON position), with display OFF or showing the

(SM switch in ON position), with display OFF or showing the message . Emergenzamatic S.R.L. 43/E

message .

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Summary

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Glossary:

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Packed materials

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Basic standard equipments:

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Optional equipments:

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Automatic Rescue Device 43/E series

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Installing the device

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Preliminary Switching-on and battery charging

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About the batteries

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While charging "Boost"

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While charging “Float”

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Interface with the elevator

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Connections in the elevator shaft

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Connections of the door section

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Cuts and safety series

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Brake and main motor

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Commissioning

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Preliminary tests and set-up of parameters

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Selecting test programs

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Programming of parameters

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Set-up (TUNING)

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Main motor (for 43/EMD models):

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Tuning

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Main motor (for 43/ES models):

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Choosing “Fn”

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Choosing “F3”

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Door motor:

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Emergency operation:

Conditions of start, operating phases and signals

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Messages of errors or failures

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Displaying the main error

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Displaying errors historian

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Connecting the remote tool (optional)

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Maintenance and Inspections

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Technical support

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Appendix A

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Table of programmable parameters (model 43/EMD)

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Table of programmable parameters (model 43/ES)

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Appendix B

Table of error codes

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Table for selection of the number and capacity of the batteries (recommended values)

Appendix D

List of fuses

Appendix E

D09: Settings

Appendix F

Technical characteristics

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Basic standard equipments:

Packed materials

Basic standard equipments: Packed materials NOTE: Image shown above is indicative only. Cabinet may differ from

NOTE: Image shown above is indicative only. Cabinet may differ from the picture in case of non standard equipments.

Optional equipments:

in case of non standard equipments. Optional equipments: Shaft information kit (inductor with support +

Shaft information kit (inductor with support + plastoferrites)

information kit (inductor with support + plastoferrites) Kit for ROC box (to complement Door section) Emergenzamatic

Kit for ROC box (to complement Door section)

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ROC box (to complement Door section) Emergenzamatic S.R.L. Remote tool + connecting cable (L = 5m)

Remote tool + connecting cable (L = 5m) Usually recommended for MRL lift

+ connecting cable (L = 5m) Usually recommended for MRL lift Kit for emergency light plate
+ connecting cable (L = 5m) Usually recommended for MRL lift Kit for emergency light plate

Kit for emergency light plate (available with voice message issued during the operation of the device)

Batteries (quantity and capacity differ depending on the configuration)

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Automatic Rescue Device 43/E series

Automatic Rescue Device 43/E series 1 Door section (Universal D09 inverter, or boards with alternative circuits)

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Door section (Universal D09 inverter, or boards with alternative circuits)

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Manoeuvre section (In conformity with EN81 rules)

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Power terminals

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Identification label (Bearing the serial number necessary for any post-sales assistance)

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Contatctors

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Battery charger transformer

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Main switch – SM

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Main electronic board

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Inverter transformer

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Installing the device

Place the device as close as possible to the main motor, in any case in proximity of the control panel of the lift. The layout of components is optimized for a positioning under the controller and the holes of the top cover (removable to improve access to the terminal board) allow carry cables for connection to the control panel.

You can lift the metal case from the ground using the appropriate brackets supplied. This way a compartment to hold the batteries is done.

This way a compartment to hold the batteries is done. The interface with the lift is
This way a compartment to hold the batteries is done. The interface with the lift is

The interface with the lift is performed by means of suitable terminals mainly located in Manoeuvre section (for safety circuits), in Door section (door motor and / or its operators). Specific Power terminals are provided for connecting the main motor and the brake. Below is a step-by-step procedure, with some suggestions for the interface of the main circuits.

Preliminary Switching-on and battery charging.

The number and capacity of the batteries depend on the lift and the type of emergency intervention. For easy reference you can refer to the table in Appendix C on pag. 31.

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The following operation will get a good level of battery charging once the installation is

The following operation will get a good level of battery charging once the installation is completed. After performing this step, the device will be energized! If for some reason it should be impossible to continue the installation with the device powered you can skip this step and go back later.

Open “SM” and “SB” switches.

and go back later. • Open “SM” and “SB” switches. • Connect the battery set with

Connect the battery set with [ - ] and [+48] terminals type)

(and with [ S ] too, if the device is a /B2

To prevent accidental short circuits it is necessary to make the connections in the following sequence:

necessary to make the connections in the following sequence: • Positive pole of the fourth battery

Positive pole of the fourth battery with [+48] terminal

(For device /B1 type): [S] terminal – if any – with [+48] terminal

(For device /B2 type): Positive of last battery with [S] terminal

Negative pole of first battery with [ - ] terminal

Connect the series of batteries as shown in figure

• Connect the series of batteries as shown in figure Device /B1 type Device /B2 type

Device /B1 type

Device /B2 type

batteries as shown in figure Device /B1 type Device /B2 type Up to 10 batteries (

Up to 10 batteries ( [S] = 12V x 10 = 120V MAX! )

Check / Reconfigure the cables of the secondary of the Battery charger transformer (see page 7) in conformity with the nominal voltage of the batteries.

Connect the mains supply to [~] - [~] terminals (see Manoeuvre section page 7)

Make sure that the input of the Battery charger transformer is coherent with the mains.supply to [~] - [~] terminals (see Manoeuvre section page 7) • Close “SM” main switch

Close “SM” main switch and keep “SB” switch open.

(For device /B2 type only): Make sure that [nb] parameter corresponds to the number of batteries found between [S] and [-] terminals and, if necessary, adapt it (see "Programming of parameters“ on page 14)

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Now the device is turned on and is able to charge the batteries. About the

Now the device is turned on and is able to charge the batteries.

About the batteries

The devices 43/E series are equipped with a battery charging system at double state.

The first, BOOST, is activated every time the main switch closes, and at the end of each end emergency intervention of the device. The second, FLOAT, is activated at the end of the Boost and persists during the whole state of stand-by of the device.

The battery charger is designed to work with sealed batteries.persists during the whole state of stand-by of the device. The following is the procedure for

The following is the procedure for obtaining information about the status of the battery charge.

While charging "Boost"

With device at rest:

charge. While charging "Boost" With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying of BOOST
charge. While charging "Boost" With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying of BOOST
charge. While charging "Boost" With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying of BOOST
charge. While charging "Boost" With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying of BOOST
charge. While charging "Boost" With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying of BOOST

Press and release “UP/Cb” key.

Displaying of BOOST status.

Displaying of time (minutes) of Boost charging performed at maximum voltage

Displaying voltage of “+48” group of batteries (MAX 56V)

For devices /B2 type only:

Displaying voltage of “S” group of batteries

(MAX value: 14 x number of batteries)

During the Boost status, the voltage of each battery will be maintained at 14V for a time of 10 minutes. At the completion of Boost phase, the phase Float will follow.group of batteries (MAX value: 14 x number of batteries) Emergenzamatic S.R.L. 43/E Series User's guide

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While charging “Float”

With device at rest:

While charging “Float” With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying FLOAT status. Displaying
While charging “Float” With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying FLOAT status. Displaying
While charging “Float” With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying FLOAT status. Displaying
While charging “Float” With device at rest: Press and release “UP/Cb” key. Displaying FLOAT status. Displaying

Press and release “UP/Cb” key.

Displaying FLOAT status.

Displaying voltage of “+48” group of batteries (about 54V)

For devices /B2 type only:

Displaying voltage of “S” group of batteries

(MAX value: 13,5 x number of batteries)

Interface with the elevator

The following is the guide on the interface between the device and the control panel.

Connections in the elevator shaft

Place on the car roof the magnetic inductor (optionally supplied with the device) or other system detecting the floor zone.

Place the relevant magnets at every floor (on request, the kit of shaft information including one magnet every floor is supplied with the device), paying attention that their length does not exceed the area in which it is allowed to open the door.

not exceed the area in which it is allowed to open the door. In order to

In order to obtain a satisfactory floor levelling is advisable that the magnets have a length of about 8-10 cm.

Place the magnets centering them as much as possible on the landing zone. In the case in which the magnets are found longer than necessary, we recommend to cut them at the right size.

Connect the stop's contact (e.g. The contact of the magnetic inductor) between [ I ] and [K] terminals of the device (see Manoeuvre section on page 7).

(Optional). In case the cabin has two entrances, additional floor magnets must be placed in correspondence with the floors in which the second door should open during the emergency cycle. Also you must install a second magnetic inductor relating to additional floor magnets.

magnetic inductor relating to additional floor magnets. For more information or special cases refer to the

For more information or special cases refer to the wiring diagram of the device.

If not already available, add an auxiliary contact to the main switch of the lift.

Connect the auxiliary contact between [P1] and [P2] terminals of the device (see Manoeuvre section).

The insertion of P1-P2 contact provides the opportunity to also disable the operation of the device every time the main switch of the lift is opened. The operation of the device may be turned off by placing additional and appropriate contacts in series with P1-P2.and [P2] terminals of the device (see Manoeuvre section). Emergenzamatic S.R.L. 43/E Series User's guide –

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(Optional, only if required). Install the indicator light plate inside the lift car and connect its terminals [+], [-] and [s / b] respectively to the terminals [I], [L] and [NL] of the device.

Remember that the terminal [ I ] already used for the stop contact (I-K) is available in lift car, while the connection to [NL] can be arranged through the earth, corresponding to terminal yellow/green of the device.to the terminals [I], [L] and [NL] of the device. Connections of the door section The

Connections of the door section

The powering of the door operator is performed by the device without using any circuit of the control panel. Due to the various configurations available, for each device it is advisable to follow to the information shown in the relevant diagram. In case of power through VVVF two configurations are possible:

a) Powering through the operator with single phase voltage; b) Direct powering of the door motor, with bypass of control circuit through a specific switch over ROC box.

of control circuit through a specific switch over ROC box. Doubts? See "Appendix E" on page

Doubts? See "Appendix E" on page 32 Problems? See "Troubleshooting" on page 35 More info? See "Quick & Short" on our website: www.emergenzamatic.com

Cuts and safety series

Find the initial side of the manoeuvre circuits of the lift, usually identified by the fuse that is located after the secondary of the transformer.

Disconnect the wire out of the fuse and connect it to terminal [M2] of the device (see Power terminals on page 7).

Connect the output of the fuse (now remaining without wire) with [M1] terminal of the device.

Terminals [M3] - [M4] ( found in Manoeuvre section on page 7) are to be used if you need some other similar cuts. In any case, further cuts may be obtained by adding relays with coils operated between terminals [ I ] and [RO] (available in Manoeuvre section).remaining without wire) with [M1] terminal of the device. It's advisable to highlight the need for

It's advisable to highlight the need for additional cuts since the order is placed.terminals [ I ] and [RO] (available in Manoeuvre section). • Find the start side of

Find the start side of the safety circuits, usually corresponding to a cable coming from the compartment and connected to the control panel.

Disconnect the wire from the panel and connect it to [EC] terminal of the device (see Manoeuvre section on page 7).

Connect the terminal now empty of the controller to [BC] terminal of the device.

Find the end side of the safety circuits, usually corresponding to a cable coming from the compartment and connected to the coils of travel contactor through a terminal of the controller.

Disconnect said cable from the controller and connect it to [U] terminal of the device.

Connect the terminal of the controller now remaining empty with the terminal [A] of the device.

If further cuts of safety series are necessary, it is possible to use [UC]-[AC] and [B]-[E] circuits. It is always possible to insert additional relays whose coils are supplied between terminals [I] and [RS] of the device (see Manoeuvre section on pag.7)now remaining empty with the terminal [A] of the device. It's advisable to highlight the need

It's advisable to highlight the need for additional cuts since the order is placed.[I] and [RS] of the device (see Manoeuvre section on pag.7) Brake and main motor To

Brake and main motor

To avoid any interference or simultaneous operations of device and controller, the cutting circuit [M1] - [M2] is used during the powering of brake and main motor. This make it possible to arrange connections in parallel

Connect the cables of the motor to [UM], [VW] and [WM] terminals (see Power terminals on page 7)

[VW] and [WM] terminals (see Power terminals on page 7) In case of two-speed motors, the

In case of two-speed motors, the connection must be made with the high speed. It is recommended to perform these connections with cables of at least 4 mm²

Connect the brake to the [F1] and [F2] terminal, considering [F2] as positive pole.

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For all non-standard cases, please refer to the wiring diagram associated with the device. Commissioning

For all non-standard cases, please refer to the wiring diagram associated with the device.

Commissioning

Preliminary tests and set-up of parameters

Below is a list of preliminary tests to be carried out in order to verify the correct installation of the device.

The test programs can only be activated if the control panel is off (no voltage between terminals [MA] and [NL]).in order to verify the correct installation of the device. Selecting test programs With device at

Selecting test programs

With device at rest and Sb switch in OFF position:

programs With device at rest and Sb switch in OFF position: Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.
programs With device at rest and Sb switch in OFF position: Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.
programs With device at rest and Sb switch in OFF position: Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.
programs With device at rest and Sb switch in OFF position: Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.
programs With device at rest and Sb switch in OFF position: Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.

Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.

The code of the first test program is displayed.

Select the program to activate by means of “DW/Err” or “UP/Cb”.

Press and release “ENTER/Test” to have access to the selected program.

The code of the selected program starts blinking

Move “Sb” switch to ON position

program starts blinking Move “Sb” switch to ON position Press and hold the "ENTER/Test" key to

Press and hold the "ENTER/Test" key to run the selected test program.

To exit test mode, simply press several times “ESC" key to return to main working

To exit test mode, simply press several times “ESC" key to return to main working status.

If for a time of about 1 minute should not be pressed any key, the

If for a time of about 1 minute should not be pressed any key, the device will automatically exit from the Test mode.

The following preliminary tests can be performed:

Opening of doors The device energizes RO relay and activates the single-phase inverter starting the

Opening of doors

The device energizes RO relay and activates the single-phase inverter starting the door opening operation. The display shows the number of seconds in order to facilitate the choice of "tP" parameter (see Appendix A on page 26).

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Closing of doors The device energizes RO relay and activates the single-phase inverter starting the

Closing of doors

The device energizes RO relay and activates the single-phase inverter starting the door closing operation. The display shows the number of seconds in order to facilitate the choice of "tP" parameter (see Appendix A on page 26).

Running in the first direction The device energizes RO and RS relays, activates the single-phase

Running in the first direction

The device energizes RO and RS relays, activates the single-phase inverter and closes the doors. As soon as the safety circuits are closed and TM-TM1 contactors are energized (see Contatctors on page 7), the main motor will be driven in the first running direction and at frequency "F3" (see Appendix A on page 26). During this phase, the display shows the voltage of the batteries.

Running in the second direction The device energizes RO and RS relays, activates the single-phase

Running in the second direction

The device energizes RO and RS relays, activates the single-phase inverter and closes the doors. As soon as the safety circuits are closed and TM-TM1 contactors are energized (see Contatctors on page 7), the main motor will be driven in the second running direction and at frequency "F3" (see Appendix A on page 26).

Tuning (43/ES model only) The device energizes RO and RS relays, activates the single- phase

Tuning

(43/ES model only) The device energizes RO and RS relays, activates the single- phase inverter and closes the doors. As soon as the safety circuits are closed and TM-TM1 contactors are energized (see Contatctors on page 7), the phase of assisted-learning will start (see Set-up (TUNING) on page.15)

 

Battery charger

 
of single-phase The device activates the charging line of the single-phase section and shows on

of single-phase

The device activates the charging line of the single-phase section and shows on the display the value of voltage of the batteries installed between terminals [+48] and [-].

section

Battey charger of three-phase section The device activates the charging line of the three-phase section

Battey charger of three-phase section

The device activates the charging line of the three-phase section and shows on the display the value of voltage of the batteries installed between terminals [S] and [ - ].

of the batteries installed between terminals [S] and [ - ]. During the tests the device

During the tests the device does not make any kind of control on the value of supplied current nor on the voltage level of the batteries.

Programming of parameters

Here below is explained how to change the operating parameters of the emergency device through the example of modification of the parameter "tA" (waiting time of intervention).

With device at rest:

(waiting time of intervention). With device at rest: Emergenzamatic S.R.L. Press and release “ESC/Pg” key The
(waiting time of intervention). With device at rest: Emergenzamatic S.R.L. Press and release “ESC/Pg” key The
(waiting time of intervention). With device at rest: Emergenzamatic S.R.L. Press and release “ESC/Pg” key The
(waiting time of intervention). With device at rest: Emergenzamatic S.R.L. Press and release “ESC/Pg” key The
(waiting time of intervention). With device at rest: Emergenzamatic S.R.L. Press and release “ESC/Pg” key The

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Press and release “ESC/Pg” key

The code of the first test parameter is displayed.

Select the parameter to modify by means of “DW/Err” o “UP/Cb”.

Press and release “ENTER/Test” keys to have access to the menu related to the selected parameter.

Through "DW/Err" or "UP/Cb" key select the value to associate with the parameter .

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Press and release “ENTER/Test” to store the new value or "ESC/Pg" to exit the menu
Press and release “ENTER/Test” to store the new value or "ESC/Pg" to exit the menu

Press and release “ENTER/Test” to store the new value or "ESC/Pg" to exit the menu without saving.

Press and release "ESC/Pg" to edit the changes.

Press and release "ESC/Pg" to edit the changes. Only if some changes have been made, the

Only if some changes have been made, the code "PG" is displayed for a few seconds.

made, the code "PG" is displayed for a few seconds. More information can be found in

More information can be found in Appendix A on page 26.

Set-up (TUNING)

Now have a detailed description of how to optimize the parameters related to the movement of the motor over the emergency cycle:

43/EMD

43/EMD Tuning

Tuning

43/EMD Tuning

Main motor (for 43/EMD models):

After performing all the interface connections between the device and the lift, you can run a TUNING procedure in order to simplify the installation. The TUNING assists the installer because it suggests the main motion parameters by adapting them to the particular case.

The TUNING is a procedure essential for the operation of the device to work in energy saving and, if done correctly, need not be repeated.

To correctly perform the Tuning procedure act as follows:

Make sure that the device is in a position to power the motor

Open SB switch (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Disconnect the power supply to the control panel

Press and release “ESC/Pg" key

Close, if necessary, the [P1] – [P2] bridge

Select the parameter [tn] by means of "DW/Err" and "UP/Cb" keys

Press and release "ENTER/Test" key to have access to Tuning menu

Select "1" by pressing "DW/Err" and "UP/Cb" keys

Press and release "ENTER/Test" key to store the value

Press and release the "ESC/Pg" key

The message "tn" will be blinking on the display

Close SB switch (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

From now on, for about 3 minutes, the device will perform measurements on the main motor with brake closed.

perform measurements on the main motor with brake closed. . Wait until the display will show

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Wait until the display will show

Additional information is available in "Quick & Short" section of the Website www.emergenzamatic.com

Problems? Refer to the section Troubleshooting on page 35.

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43/EMD

Warning! If during Tuning the lift car moves, you must immediately stop the tuning procedure through If during Tuning the lift car moves, you must immediately stop the tuning procedure through the opening of "Sb" switch (or press Dw+Enter for machine roomless systems with remote tool). It will be necessary to increase the frequency range (parameter [rF]) and / or reduce the number of batteries connected to terminal [S]. To reduce the number of batteries proceed as follows:

1) Open Main switch – SM 2) Reduce the number of batteries connected to "S" terminal of the device 3) Change the charging voltage (through the appropriate sockets in the Battery charger transformer) to the new number of batteries set. 4) Close Main switch – SM and change the parameter [nb] in accordance with the new number of batteries. 5) Turn the device off and then on again after few seconds, through theMain switch – SM. 6) Restart the tuning procedure from the beginning.

The presence of the value "2" between the selectable items for [tn] parameter indicates the possibility of a further optimization of the tuning procedure. The optimization can be performed by repeating the steps of tuning given above but selecting "2" instead of "1" when prompted.– SM. 6) Restart the tuning procedure from the beginning. 43/ES Choosing “Fn” Main motor (for

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Choosing “Fn”

Main motor (for 43/ES models):

After performing all the interface connections between the device and the lift, you can run a TUNING procedure in order to simplify the installation. The TUNING assists the installer because it suggests the main motion parameters by adapting them to the particular case.

The TUNING procedure, if done correctly, need not be repeated.

With the lift car empty and unbalanced load (position about half of total run), act as follows:

Make sure that the device is in a position to power the motor

Open SB switch (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Disconnect the power supply to the control panel

Press and release "ENTER/Test" key to have access to TEST programs

Close, if necessary, the [P1] – [P2] bridge

Select “r0” by pressing "DW/Err" and "UP/Cb" keys

Close SB switch (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Press and release "ENTER/Test" key so that to“r0” will blink on the display

Paying attention to the speed and position of the lift car, press and hold the "ENTER/Test" key

The lift car will start moving and the display will show in real time the frequency associated to the movement of the lift car

When the lift car reaches a satisfactory speed, release the key "ENTER/Test" and note the value on the display

Wait for "r0" blinks on the display

Press and release “ESC/Pg” key, and check that “r0” remains fixed on the display

Open SB switches (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Press and release the "ESC/Pg" key to finish.

At the end of this procedure, set [Fn] parameter at the value previously noted.

Choosing “F3”

Set [F3] parameter at about 1/10 of [Fn].

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With the lift car at half load and half of total run (balanced load), act as follows:

 

Make sure that the device is in a position to power the motor

Open SB switch (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Disconnect the power supply to the control panel

Press and release "ENTER/Test" key to have access to TEST programs

Close, if necessary, the [P1] – [P2] bridge

Select “r1” by pressing "DW/Err" and "UP/Cb" keys

Close SB switch (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Press and release "ENTER/Test" key so that to“r1” will blink on the display

Paying attention to the speed and position of the lift car, press and hold the "ENTER/Test" key.

The lift car will start moving

Check whether the lift car movement is regular and release the "ENTER/Test" key

Wait for "r1" blinks on the display

Press and release “ESC/Pg” key, and check that “r1” remains fixed on the display

Open SB switches (Skip for machine roomless systems with remote tool)

Press and release the "ESC/Pg" key to return to stand-by

Repeat the test in “r2” direction.

If the movement of the lift car is regular for both directions of run, the TUNING procedure can be considered successfully completed, otherwise try to:

1)

Check that the lift car is balanced Decrease [F3] parameter;

2)

If the movement of the lift car is regular but at too low speed, it is possible to try increasing the value of [F3] parameter and repeat the test with balanced load.

of [F3] parameter and repeat the test with balanced load. More information can be found in

More information can be found in Appendix A on page 26. Problems? Refer to the section Troubleshooting on page 35.

Door motor:

Set an appropriate value of the parameter tP (door opening time). The value of the voltage for powering the door is already set as specified by the customer at the time of the purchase, but if necessary can be changed by moving the position of the cable marked "PORTE" (doors) between the terminals of the inverter transformer. As indicated at the beginning of this manual, the device supplied is usually equipped with the universal door card "D09". In this case, you can configure the door section through the relevant jumpers and potentiometers as in the examples shown in the table later in the manual (for more information refer to Appendix E on page 32). In the case in which the power supply circuit of the door operator of the device consists of a single-phase inverter + phase shifter capacitor, to optimize the operating conditions you can act on:

1)

Single-phase frequency, adjustable by means of [F1] parameter;

2)

Value of the phase-shifter capacitor, supplied as suitable for the door motor specified by the customer.

For any other door card or configuration of door section refer to the wiring diagram of the device.

Emergency operation:

Conditions of start, operating phases and signals

The emergency device - if properly installed and configured - is able to intervene in two operating modes:

1) Complete intervention (movement of lift car + door opening)

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2) Door opening only

The condition 1) occurs if, with the device in standby, the lift car is out of floor zone (according to the information detected by the terminal [K]) and there is NO voltage between the terminals [FR +] and [FR-] (usually connected to the brake).

The condition 2) occurs if, with the device in standby, the lift car is at floor level (according to the information detected by terminal [K]) and there is NO voltage between terminals [MA] (usually connected to [M1]) and [NL].

During the operation, the display of the device shows some information code. Below is a description of each code and the flow diagram of the signals:

43/EMD

 
  Waiting run:
 

Waiting run:

Waiting phase before the complete operation. The message remains ON for the duration of time "tA" (set by the respective parameter) unless the conditions for intervention disappear before the expiry.

   

Waiting doors:

Waiting phase before the doors open. The message remains ON all the time "tA" (set

Waiting phase before the doors open. The message remains ON all the time "tA" (set by the respective parameter) unless the initial conditions disappear before the expiry.

Energization of "Ro" relay:

Energization of "Ro" relay:

All relays whose coils are connected between terminals [ I ] and [RO] are energized.

Energization of "Rs" relay:

Energization of "Rs" relay:

All relays whose coils are connected between terminals [ I ] and [RS] are energized.

Waiting Contactors:

Waiting Contactors:

Wait for the energization of the travel contactors of the device. They are excited by the closing of the line of safety circuits. During this phase, the device closes the doors.

  Calibration:
 

Calibration:

Preliminary check of the motor connections. Before managing the main motor, the device performs a test of presence of the same and a preliminary calibration.

Check on the second group of calibration's parameters

Check on the second group of calibration's parameters

Control test in the first direction

Control test in the first direction

Control test in the second direction

Control test in the second direction

  Table Indexes:
 

Table Indexes:

Respectively indicate working points of voltage and frequency of power supply. The higher is the first number and the lower the voltage. The higher is the second number, the greater the frequency

Control parameter:

Control parameter:

The higher the number, the less the ability to control the motor

Run in direction 1:

Run in direction 1:

Powering of the motor in the direction marked "1". The frequency of initial feeding is set according to the parameter [FL] and will never exceed that set in [FH].

Run in direction 1:

Run in direction 1:

Powering of the motor in the direction marked "2". The frequency of initial feeding is set according to the parameter [FL] and will never exceed that set in [FH].

   

Floor levelling:

The landing zone has been reached and is taking place levelling. A useful parameter the

The landing zone has been reached and is taking place levelling. A useful parameter the finalization of this step is [tE]. It is advisable to make the adjustment by attempts during the simulation of a full emergency operation.

Opening Doors:

Opening Doors:

Phase – whose duration is equal to the time set by parameter [tP] - during which the device will open the doors.

End Emergency:

End Emergency:

The emergency operation is finished. The device is at rest and wait for the conditions that bring back to stand-by.

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    Waiting run:
 

Waiting run:

Waiting phase before the complete operation. The message remains ON for the duration of time "tA" (set by the respective parameter) unless the conditions for intervention disappear before the expiry.

 

Waiting doors:

Waiting phase before the doors open. The message remains ON all the time "tA" (set

Waiting phase before the doors open. The message remains ON all the time "tA" (set by the respective parameter) unless the initial conditions disappear before the expiry.

Energization of "Ro" relay:

Energization of "Ro" relay:

All relays whose coils are connected between terminals [ I ] and [RO] are energized.

Energization of "Rs" relay:

Energization of "Rs" relay:

All relays whose coils are connected between terminals [ I ] and [RS] are energized.

Waiting Contactors:

Waiting Contactors:

Wait for the energization of the travel contactors of the device. They are excited by the closing of the line of safety circuits. During this phase, the device closes the doors.

  Calibration:
 

Calibration:

Preliminary check of the motor connections. Before managing the main motor, the device performs a test of presence of the same and a preliminary calibration.

Control in Energy Saving:

Control in Energy Saving:

The device is able to move the lift car in conditions of "energy saving" and speed within the limits set by the [F3] and [Fn].

  O ver Speed:
 

Over Speed:

The car has exceeded the maximum speed allowed by [Fn]. The device closes the brake to stop the lift car.

  Run Natural:
 

Run Natural:

After a phase in energy-saving, the device decides to limit the speed of the lift car considered close to the maximum value allowed by [Fn]

Run in direction 1:

Run in direction 1:

Powering of the motor in the direction marked "1". The starting speed of movement is set according to the parameter [F3].

Run in direction 12 Powering of the motor in the direction marked "2". The starting

Run in direction 12 Powering of the motor in the direction marked "2". The starting speed of movement is set according to the parameter [F3].

  N o Cu rrent:
 

No Current:

The device does not detect any current on the motor phases.

Synchronism Loss:

Synchronism Loss:

A

loss of synchronism was detected during the feeding of the motor in emergency operation.

 

Floor levelling:

The landing zone has been reached and is taking place levelling.

The landing zone has been reached and is taking place levelling.

A

useful parameter the finalization of this step is [tE]. It is advisable to make the adjustment by attempts during the

simulation of a full emergency operation.

Opening Doors:

Opening Doors:

Phase – whose duration is equal to the time set by parameter [tP] - during which the device will open the doors.

End Emergency:

End Emergency:

The emergency operation is finished. The device is at rest and wait for the conditions that bring back to stand-by.

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Messages of errors or failures

Reports of failures or errors occur in real time through special codes on the display. The historian of faults / errors can be consulted through the keypad.

The historian is automatically cancelled at the start of each emergency operationof faults / errors can be consulted through the keypad. Displaying the main error With device

Displaying the main error

With device at rest:

operation Displaying the main error With device at rest: Press and release “DW/Err” key When you
operation Displaying the main error With device at rest: Press and release “DW/Err” key When you

Press and release “DW/Err” key

When you release the key you will see the main error for about 2 seconds

Displaying errors historian

With device at rest:

2 seconds Displaying errors historian With device at rest: Press and release “DW/Err” key Before the
2 seconds Displaying errors historian With device at rest: Press and release “DW/Err” key Before the
2 seconds Displaying errors historian With device at rest: Press and release “DW/Err” key Before the
2 seconds Displaying errors historian With device at rest: Press and release “DW/Err” key Before the

Press and release “DW/Err” key

Before the message disappears and if it is different from

press and release again “DW/Err” keyBefore the message disappears and if it is different from Before the message disappears and if

Before the message disappears and if it is different from

press and release again “DW/Err” keyBefore the message disappears and if it is different from The symbol After 2 seconds the

is different from press and release again “DW/Err” key The symbol After 2 seconds the system

The symbol

After 2 seconds the system will return to rest status.

confirms that there is no further error.

The complete list of error codes is available in Appendix B on page 30.to rest status. confirms that there is no further error. Emergenzamatic S.R.L. 43/E Series User's guide

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Connecting the remote tool (optional)

With device OFF or at rest:

Connect one end of the cable (supplied with the remote tool) to the connector of the display indicated by the arrow in the figure.

of the display indicated by the arrow in the figure. • Insert the other end of
of the display indicated by the arrow in the figure. • Insert the other end of

Insert the other end of the cable into the plug "ELDSCX Display" located in the Main electronic board.

Display" located in the Main electronic board. • Close SM Main switch – SM • When

Close SM Main switch – SM

When the device switches ON, the display of the main electronic board will show the symbol that connection has been established “ |–– ” , and the relevant keys will keep inactive.

“ |–– ” , and the relevant keys will keep inactive. • From this moment all

From this moment all the functions of the keys and the display of the Main electronic board will be performed by the remote tool.

If during an emergency cycle is necessary to immediately stop the operation, you need to simultaneously press and release the keys "DW/Err" and "ENTER/Test".Main electronic board will be performed by the remote tool. We recommend that the disconnection of

We recommend that the disconnection of the remote tool is carried out at device switched off or at rest.release the keys "DW/Err" and "ENTER/Test". Emergenzamatic S.R.L. 43/E Series User's guide – Rev

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Maintenance and Inspections

To maintain the emergency device in proper efficiency it is recommended to:

disconnect the ground wire of the device before performing insulation tests in the circuits of the lift;

be sure to put the open the switch of the device before performing any maintenance or direct operation in the elevator;

maintain clean the terminals of the batteries from oxide by applying a layer of antacid fat or vaseline;

perform periodic operation tests of the device on the same occasions of the normal maintenance of the lift;

periodically check the state of charge of the batteries keeping in mind that, in order to ascertain the efficiency, the voltage must be checked while they are under stress (such as during a run test).

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Technical support

To contact the technical support you need to make a note of the 'Identification label serial number (LV shown on the label that identifies the device and communicate it to the Service.

)

identifies the device and communicate it to the Service. ) Emergenzamatic S.r.l. Technical support: Tel.: +39

Emergenzamatic S.r.l. Technical support:

Tel.: +39 091 8935011 e-mail: info@emergenzamatic.it skype: ufficio.tecnico.emergenzamatic

Further details and possible updates for contact names can be found on the website:

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43/EMD

Appendix A

Table of programmable parameters (model 43/EMD)

   

Description

 

Symbol

Parameter Type

Range of values

 
Single-phase frequency Frequency of the single-phase section. It is normally set to "HF", unless it

Single-phase frequency

Frequency of the single-phase section. It is normally set to "HF", unless it is necessary to supply some loads directly via single-phase inverter (as in the case of three-phase door powered by means of phase shifter capacitor, liftcar light, ).

{

30, 33, 36, 40, 45, 50, 60, 75, HF(~250) } [Hz]

   

Is the minimum value of three-phase frequency allowed for the control of the asynchronous motor (limited at the top by Fn)

Minimum three-phase frequency Se [rF] = “L” { 1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.7, 2, 2.3, 2.7,

Minimum three-phase frequency

Se [rF] = “L”

{ 1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.7, 2, 2.3, 2.7, 3.2, 3.6 } [Hz]

Se [rF] = “M”

{ 2, 2.3, 2.7, 3.2, 3.6, 4, 4.5, 5.2, 6 } [Hz]

 

Se [rF] = “H”

{ 3.6, 4, 4.5, 5.2, 6, 7, 9, 10 } [Hz]

   

Is the maximum value of three-phase frequency allowed for the control of the asynchronous motor (limited at the top by F3)

Maximum three-phase frequency Se [rF] = “L” { 1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.7, 2, 2.3, 2.7,

Maximum three-phase frequency

Se [rF] = “L”

{ 1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.7, 2, 2.3, 2.7, 3.2, 3.6 } [Hz]

Se [rF] = “M”

{ 2, 2.3, 2.7, 3.2, 3.6, 4, 4.5, 5.2, 6 } [Hz]

 

Se [rF] = “H”

{ 3.6, 4, 4.5, 5.2, 6, 7, 9, 10 } [Hz]

Waiting time Is the time (in seconds) elapsing between the detection of the conditions for

Waiting time

Is the time (in seconds) elapsing between the detection of the conditions for intervention and the start of intervention. During this time, the display shows the message "Ar" or "AP" depending on whether it is a complete intervention or a simple door opening.

before intervention

 

[2.0 ÷ 60] s

 
Floor levelling It adjusts the time during which the device maintains the main motor fed

Floor levelling

It adjusts the time during which the device maintains the main motor fed after the cabin has reached the landing zone. It 's very important to find the correct value of this parameter in the commissioning procedure.

[0.0 ÷ 9.9]

 
Door opening time Interval of time (given in seconds) during which the device feeds the

Door opening time

Interval of time (given in seconds) during which the device feeds the door operator.

[0.0 ÷ 99] s

 
Maximum time Is the maximum interval of time (given in minutes) available for the device

Maximum time

Is the maximum interval of time (given in minutes) available for the device to perform the whole emergency cycle

of intervention

[5.0 ÷ 60] min.

 
Mechanical delay time Time between the command to open the brake and the activation of

Mechanical delay time

Time between the command to open the brake and the activation of protections.

[0.1 ÷ 1.8] tenths of second

  Indicates the control logic for the motor.
 

Indicates the control logic for the motor.

Operating program

{1, 2, 3}

 
Behavior Reserved for future use  

Behavior

Reserved for future use

 
Sensing program Selector of Sensing Program. If [PS] = "PP", the device moves the lift

Sensing program

Selector of Sensing Program. If [PS] = "PP", the device moves the lift car in the favourable direction and in energy savings conditions. If [PS] = "P0" the device performs the movement of the lift car in the direction set by the parameter [dr]. If [PS] = "PC", the device checks whether the movement of lift car in the direction set by the parameter [dr] is allowed, otherwise the lift car moves in the opposite direction.

{

PP, P0, PC }

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Table of programmable parameters (model 43/EMD)

   

Description

 

Symbol

Parameter Type

Range of values

 

run directionPreferential Run direction chosen by the device.

Preferential

Run direction chosen by the device.

{

-1,1 }

 

switching offSingle-phase

Single-phase

Gives the possibility of switching the single-phase off, for approximately one second, once the lift car has reached the floor (useful in the case of retiring cam).

{

0, 1 }

   

Allows the self-learning procedure. If [tn] = "-1" cancels the previous tuning settings If [tn] = "0" there is no change If [tn] = "1" tuning is performed

TuningOnly in the case of incomplete data:

Only in the case of incomplete data:

If [tn] = "2" the completion of tuning is arranged

{

-1, 0, 1, (2) }

 

Logic of floor contact  Sets the logic of the floor contact. If the contact used is closed out of

Sets the logic of the floor contact. If the contact used is closed out of floor and open at floor, the setting must be [CP] = "1". If the contact used is open out of floor and closed at floor, the setting must be [CP] = "-1". it is important to highlight that the contact should be reserved exclusively to the detection of landing zone.

{

-1,1 }

 

Range of frequencies  Changes the range of values that the parameters [FL] and [FH] can take

Changes the range of values that the parameters [FL] and [FH] can take

{L, M, H}

 
 

Range of voltages  Changes the voltage range of 3-phase inverter

Changes the voltage range of 3-phase inverter

{L, M, H}

 
   

Fix this parameter in conformity with the number of batteries installed and verify that the voltage on the Battery charger transformer is coherent with the selected parameter).

Number of batteries  Remember that the positive terminal of the fourth battery must always be connected to

 
Number of batteries   Remember that the positive terminal of the fourth battery must always be

Remember that the positive terminal of the fourth battery must always be connected to the terminal [+48]

 

{4}

For devices type /B1(the parameter is not editable)

{4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10}

For devices type /B2.

 

Re-closing time  Reserved  

Reserved

 

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43/ES

Table of programmable parameters (model 43/ES)

   

Description

 

Symbol

Parameter Type

Range of values

 

frequencySingle-phase Frequency of the single-phase section. It is normally set to "HF", unless it is

Single-phase

Frequency of the single-phase section. It is normally set to "HF", unless it is necessary to supply some loads directly via single-phase inverter (as in the case of three-phase door

powered by means of phase shifter capacitor, lift car light,

).

{

30, 33, 36, 40, 45, 50, 60, 75, HF(~250) } [Hz]

three-phaseMinimum frequency Is the minimum value of three-phase frequency allowed for the control of the

Minimum

frequency

Is the minimum value of three-phase frequency allowed for the control of the motor under maximum energy saving conditions. The search of a proper value must be performed through a test with balanced load

[0.1 ÷ Fn] Hz

 
 

three-phase naturalMaximum frequency

Maximum

frequency

Is the maximum value of three-phase frequency allowed for the control of the motor under maximum energy saving conditions.

It

is recommended NOT to change this parameter by trial and error, but through a test

with unbalanced load.

 
   

[F3 ÷ 19] Hz

 

Waiting timebefore intervention Is the time (in seconds) elapsing between the detection of the conditions for

before intervention

Is the time (in seconds) elapsing between the detection of the conditions for intervention and the start of intervention. During this time, the display shows the message "Ar" or "AP" depending on whether it is

a

complete intervention or a simple door opening.

   

[2.0 ÷ 60] s

 
   

It

adjusts the time during which the device maintains the main motor fed after the cabin

Floor levellinghas reached the landing zone. It 's very important to find the correct value of

has reached the landing zone. It 's very important to find the correct value of this parameter in the commissioning procedure.

[0.0 ÷ 9.9]

 
 

Door opening time  Interval of time (given in seconds) during which the device feeds the door operator.

Interval of time (given in seconds) during which the device feeds the door operator.

[0.0 ÷ 99] s

 
 

of interventionMaximum time

Maximum time

Is the maximum interval of time (given in minutes) available for the device to perform the whole emergency cycle

[5.0 ÷ 60] min.

 

run directionPreferential Run direction chosen by the device when it is not possible to control the

Preferential

Run direction chosen by the device when it is not possible to control the motor under maximum energy savings conditions.

{

-1,1 }

 

switching offSingle-phase

Single-phase

Gives the possibility of switching the single-phase off, for approximately one second, once the lift car has reached the floor (useful in the case of retiring cam).

{

0, 1 }

   

Selector of Sensing Program.

 

If

[PS] = "PP", the device checks whether the control of lift car is allowed in the

favourable direction and under energy saving conditions; otherwise the lift car moves in

Sensingprogram the direction set by parameter [dr].  

program

the direction set by parameter [dr].

 

If

[PS] = "P0" the device performs the movement of the lift car in the direction set by

the parameter [dr].

 
   

If

[PS] = "PC", the device checks whether the movement of lift car in the direction set

by the parameter [dr] is allowed, otherwise the lift car moves in the opposite direction.

{

PP, P0, PC }

delay timeMechanical Specifies the mechanical time (in tenths of a second) of delay due to the

Mechanical

Specifies the mechanical time (in tenths of a second) of delay due to the inertia of the system.

[1.0 ÷ 50] tenths of a second

 

Toleranceof protection Fixes the percentage of tolerance of “FC” protection.  

of protection

Fixes the percentage of tolerance of “FC” protection.

 

[5.0% ÷ 20%]

 

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43/ES

Table of programmable parameters (model 43/ES)

   

Description

Symbol

Parameter Type

Range of values

Limit of Nominal Current Limits the maximum value of rated three-phase current with which the device powers

Nominal Current

Limits the maximum value of rated three-phase current with which the device powers the motor.

[5.0 ÷ 26] A

For devices type 43ES25

[11 ÷ 42] A

For devices type 43ES40

 

Logic of floor contact  Sets the logic of the floor contact. If the contact used is closed out of

Sets the logic of the floor contact. If the contact used is closed out of floor and open at floor, the setting must be [CP] = "1". If the contact used is open out of floor and closed at floor, the setting must be [CP] = "-1". it is important to highlight that the contact should be reserved exclusively to the detection of landing zone.

{ -1,1 }

   

Fix this parameter in conformity with the number of batteries installed and verify that the voltage on the Battery charger transformer is coherent with the selected parameter).

Numberof batteries Remember that the positive terminal of the fourth battery must always be connected

of batteries

Remember that the positive terminal of the fourth battery must always be connected to the

Remember that the positive terminal of the fourth battery must always be connected to the terminal [+48]

{4}

For devices type /B1(the parameter is not editable)

   

{4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10}

For devices type /B2

 

Over-modulation  Fixes the percentage of voltage over-modulation.

Fixes the percentage of voltage over-modulation.

[0% ÷ 99%]

timeOver-modulation in Fixes the percentage of over-modulation in time

Over-modulation in

Fixes the percentage of over-modulation in time

[0% ÷ 99%]

 

Re-closing time  Reserved

Reserved

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Table of error codes

Appendix B

Symbol

Description

Indicates incongruities in the permanent memory of the system

Indicates incongruities in the permanent memory of the system

The device can not automatically turn off during an operation of protection of the batteries.

The device can not automatically turn off during an operation of protection of the batteries.

Error found by the control on RCF brake relay.

Error found by the control on RCF brake relay.

Battery voltage too high.

Battery voltage too high.

Battery voltage too low.

Battery voltage too low.

Protection of overloading/short-circuit caused by single-phase section.

Protection of overloading/short-circuit caused by single-phase section.

Protection of short-circuit caused by three-phase section (main motor).

Protection of short-circuit caused by three-phase section (main motor).

Protection of overloading caused by three-phase section (main motor).

Protection of overloading caused by three-phase section (main motor).

Error / Message that a loss of control on motor by the device has taken

Error / Message that a loss of control on motor by the device has taken place.

Error message in the operation of the battery charger.

Error message in the operation of the battery charger.

Message that the intervention time is expired.

Message that the intervention time is expired.

Signalling that the motor phases are missing (or incorrectly connected).

Signalling that the motor phases are missing (or incorrectly connected).

No errors

No errors

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Appendix C

Table for selection of the number and capacity of the batteries (recommended values)

Device

Type of control

I Nom [A]

P nom [kW]

Number of batteries

Capacity of battery [Ah]

 

Choosing the favourable direction

<25

 

- 4

7,2

<40

 

- 4

18

43/ES

 

<17

 

- 8

7,2

Specific direction

<28

 

- 6

18

 

Choosing the favourable direction

-

<8,5

4

7,2

-

<18,5

4

18

43/EMD

 

-

<5,5

8

7,2

Specific direction

-

<11

6

18

8 7,2 Specific direction - <11 6 18 If during the test the length of the

If during the test the length of the run made by the device is not satisfactory, the capacity of the batteries should be increased.

Note (for device type / B2 only):

When you are not satisfied with the performance in terms of mechanical torque, it is possible to increase the number of batteries up to a maximum limit of 10.

List of fuses

Appendix D

Name

Location

Circuit

Value

FC-AC

Main electronic board

Input 48Vac battery charger section

5A

FC-DC

Main electronic board

Feeding

5A

FS-DC

Main electronic board

Feeding

5A

FS-AC

Main electronic board

Input “S” battery charger section

5A (for device /B2 only)

FA

Manoeuvre section

Safety circuits line

1,6A

     

5A (Brake < 48V)

FB

Manoeuvre section

Brake

3,15A (Brake >48V)

FS

Manoeuvre section

Operating relays

1,6A

     

5A (Door < 48V)

F5

Door section

Door section (if any, alternatively to D09 board)

3,15A (Door > 48V)

Power

Power terminals

Input main supply voltage

1,6A

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D09: Settings

D09: Settings Interfacing: 1 Pairs of terminal “O1/V1 - O2/V2 - O3/V3”: Appendix E - Use

Interfacing:

1 Pairs of terminal “O1/V1 - O2/V2 - O3/V3”:

Appendix E

1 Pairs of terminal “O1/V1 - O2/V2 - O3/V3”: Appendix E - Use the three pairs

- Use the three pairs in case of three-phase door motor

- Use only the pairs O1/V1 - O3/V3 in case of single-phase or DC door motor. For more information see the wiring diagram

2 Terminals “O6 – V6 – O7”:

They give command for opening and closing doors in case of single-phase operator. For more information see the wiring diagram.

Adjustments:

3 Potentiometer “AP”:

To adjust the speed of the door during the opening.

4 Potentiometer “CH”:

To adjust the speed of the door during the closing.

5 Potentiometer “MT”:

To adjust the torque required to keep the door closed during the emergency running. NOTE: If the door operator is a DC type, the potentiometer is to move in clockwise direction to raise the torque.

6 Selector “MT”:

Place it on the left if the door must keep powered during the emergency run.

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7

Selector “Mono/Trif”:

Place it on the left in case the door is single-phase or DC. Place it on the right (or remove it) in case the door is three-phase.

8 Selector “Z”:

Place it on the left as well as “Mono/Trif” selector to power DC door (or retiring cam in case of manual door) through O1 and O3 terminals.

Indicator lights:

9 Led “AP”:

In case this LED only is ON, it means that the door is opening.

10 Led “CH”:

In case this LED only is ON, it means that the door is closing.

11 Info “MT” :

The simultaneous switching ON of both LED “AP” and “CH” indicates that the door is being powered during the emergency run.

12 Led “MAX”:

It switches ON in case of overload.

13 Led “Vout”:

It shows that both single and three phase sections are powered

14 Led “ON”:

It shows that the card is powered.

Further connections and/or adjustments:

15 Connector “J6”:

It is used for the powering of power sections Single-phase / DC / Three-phase

16 Connector “J9”:

It is to power the card

17 Connector “PP”:

It is to connect the card with the relays card of the rescue device.

18 Connector “Aux”:

Connector with free contact of RSP relay.

19 Selector “Y”:

Place it on the left in order to keep the same polarity between the opening and closing phases (three phase and DC only)

the opening and closing phases (three phase and DC only) Additional information is available in "Quick

Additional information is available in "Quick & Short" section of the Website www.emergenzamatic.com

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Technical characteristics

Appendix F

 

43/EMD25/B1

43/EMD25/B2

43/EMD40/B1

43/EMD40/B2

43/ES25/B1

43/ES25/B2

43/ES40/B1

43/ES40/B2

For lifts with three-phase hoist motor

 

Asynchronous

   

Synchronous

 

Nominal Current [A]

-

-

-

-

25

 

15 40

23

Rated power [kW]

8,5

5,5

18,5

11

-

 

- -

-

Speed of the lift up to [m/s]

 

3

 

2,5

Control logic

 

Micro-controller

 

Commissioning interface tool

 

Display + keys

 

Nominal voltage of working [V]

 

48

Nominal voltage of three-phase inverter [V]

48

120

48

120

48

120

48

120

Max. current of single-phase inverter [A]

 

20

Max. current of three-phase inverter [A]

 

25

 

40

 

25

 

40

Feeding frequency of hoist motor [Hz]

 

1 ÷ 10

   

0,1 ÷ 19

 

Rated capacity of batteries [Ah]

 

7,2

 

18

 

7,2

 

18

Rated charging current of batteries [A]

 

1

Protection against overloading on max. current

Protection for minimum current or loss of phase

Protection for minimum voltage of battery

Protection against sudden increase of speed

Tuning – assisted set-up system

Predisposition to remote adjustments (with optional tool and cable max. 5m)

Rescue to easiest floor with automatic choice of run direction

Rescue to specific floor

 

 

 

 

Max. overall dimensions (battery box excluded)

[cm x cm x cm]

 

41

x 18 x 38

 

Max. overall dimensions (battery box excluded)

[cm x cm x cm]

 

41

x 18 x 67

 

Colour of the cabinet

 

Green

   

White

 

Troubleshooting

Description

Possible cause

Solution

During operation of the device, the message "H1" is displayed.

An overload is detected in the single-phase section

Check the circuits fed from single-phase section. Reduce, if possible, the voltages at the secondary of the transformer Inverter (e.g. the voltage for the door by the cables labelled "PORTE / DOOR"). It is often possible to identify the cause of the overload excluding one by one the various loads of single-phase.

During operation of the device, the message "H3" is displayed.

An overload is detected in the three-phase section

Check whether there is any short-circuit on the motor

During the test mode of closing or opening of the three-phase door, the closing takes place in place of the opening and vice versa

The phases of the motor are not found in the correct order

Reverse two groups of phases in the terminal board of Door section (e.g. reverse O1 with O2 and V1 with V2).

After an emergency intervention the device does not open the door the message "Pt" on the display

Insufficient voltage to power the doors

Check that there is voltage at the terminals [O] of Door section during the operation of door opening. If the voltage is too low, try increasing the voltage across the transformer inverter by moving the wires labeled "PORTE / DOOR"

After an emergency intervention the device does not complete the whole operation of opening the doors

The door opening time is too short

Increase the value of “tP” parameter.

During the emergency operation the device shows "At" on display without moving the motor.

A

problem may exist in the

 

connections of the safety circuits

Check the correct connection of the safety circuits.

The device does not seem to charge the batteries.

Fuses of battery charger circuits blown

Switch off the device through the main switch "SM". Check, and if necessary replace, the fuses of the Main electronic board.

During the emergency cycle the lift car is passed over the floor stop's magnet

Errors in adjustments of levelling time

Try to reduce the parameter "tE" or, if possible, lengthen of the floor stop's magnet

The device stops immediately after starting the

Probably the relay contact RCF has been stuck

 

intervention displaying the message

“_

_”.

Check/replace RCF relay in the Manoeuvre section.

The device immediately after it turns on shows “bL”on the display on and switches off

The level of charge of the battery

Check / Replace the batteries

is

below the minimum allowed

The device immediately after it turns on shows "bH" on the display on and switches off

Probably the charge of the batteries is too high or they are damaged

Check / Replace the batteries

 

it

is likely that there is a problem

 

The display shows the message “EE”

 

in

permanent memory of the device

writing and/or reading the

Press and release “ENTER/Test” key.

If the problem persists, contact the technical support.

When checking the motor (phase "CM") the message "PF" is displayed and the cycle of emergency stops abruptly

It

is likely that one motor phase is

 

missing

Try to check the connections to the main motor

During the error reporting the message "Co" has appeared

Probable damage in the Main electronic board

Contact technical support indicating the fault.

Message "FC" during the emergency intervention along with intermittent brake supply.

The device does not provide enough torque to the main motor.

Try to increase the torque by reducing the main motor frequency.

(43/ES model only) it is possible that the sensitivity is too high.

Increase the tolerance of the system by raising [dP] parameter.

 

Probably there has occurred an automatic shut-down of the device for prolonged absence of mains voltage.

Check the battery status or check the fuses "FC-AC", "FC-DC", "FS-DC" and (only for / B2) "FS-AC" located in the Main electronic board

Among the error history the message "Cb" is found

or There is a problem on the charging circuit of the batteries

 

The last complete intervention was not carried out due to time-

Check carefully the line of safety circuits and, if necesasry, increase the maximum time of operation of the device (“tS”

Among the error history the message “tH” is found

out, probably caused by frequent

or

continuous openings of the line

parameter).

of

safety circuits.

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