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SECUR TM
INSTALLATION MANUAL
document N.: issued by: LM date: 15/05/03 rev. date : file:

lift controller
21/09/2007
checked by: SL date: 22/01/04

Traffic Master

IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc
approved by: date:

Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 2 System description.................................................................................................................................. 2 Technical specifications .......................................................................................................................... 3 Cabinets .................................................................................................................................................. 4 Internal layout ........................................................................................................................................ 6 Preliminary test ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Insulation test instruction ...................................................................................................................... 8 DZSM Door Zone Safety Module Test Instruction ................................................................................ 9 SEC-2Q controller mother board ........................................................................................................ 10 SEC-2D user interface board .............................................................................................................. 13 SEC-2EEP lift parameters memory ..................................................................................................... 14 SEC-2DSP car position indicator interface ......................................................................................... 14 SEC-2S safety circuit board ................................................................................................................ 15 SEC-2C car board ............................................................................................................................... 18 SEC-2P calls extension board............................................................................................................. 22 SEC-2SYNTH voice synthesizer board ................................................................................................ 24 SEC-2L floor node board .................................................................................................................... 27 SEC-2LPI landings display board ....................................................................................................... 31 SEC-2M traffic management board .................................................................................................... 32 SEC-2FDR alarm battery charger ....................................................................................................... 33 SEC-2EBD emergency battery drive device ....................................................................................... 35 HELPY L200 Telephone dialler ........................................................................................................... 37 DOWNLOADING new software ............................................................................................................. 38 Legenda ................................................................................................................................................. 42 Inverter multi-speed selection table .................................................................................................... 46

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Introduction
The SECUR TM modular system allowed our designers to develop innovative and reliable microprocessor based controllers. This system assigns to peripheral co-processors the activation of related inputs and outputs. In this application every node of the system is connected by a simple two-wire connection. The serial communication system that is used between boards in car and in control panel is based on a CAN (CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK). The protocol follows the ISO-IS 11898 rules for high speed transmission (over 125 Kbit/sec), and the ISO-IS 11519-2 for low speed transmission (up to 125 kbit/sec). The CAN network layout is a multi-master. In other words the unit that needs to send an information takes possess of the bus and send its message, which is received and decoded by the receiving units. If more units need contemporarily the bus for transmission, automatically the highest priority will be assigned. If one of the verification gives a negative result the message will be repeated.

This is SECUR TM, a technologically advanced system.

System description
The SECUR TM system is composed by the combination of the following electronic boards: SEC-2Q: controller mother board. It is the base of the system, and holds: SEC-2EEP: the lift setting memory, where all installation parameters are stored SEC-2D: the user interface and programming unit SEC-2P: the collector for landing calls (in parallel mode only) SEC-2DSP: the driver for position indicators at landings (in parallel mode only) SEC-2S: the safety circuit supervision board SEC-2C: car roof board. It handles the communication between car and controller, and holds: SEC-2P: the collector for additional car calls (over 8 stops) SEC-2L: the landing node board. It handles the landing calls and signalisation, in serial mode, and holds: SEC-2LPI: the driver for position indicators at landing (in serial mode only) SEC-2M: the traffic managing and monitoring unit in multiplex lift groups (optional) SEC-2FDR: the alarm battery charger.

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Technical specifications
Modular system 8 floor basic extension up to 32 floors (64 services) underground floors without limit programmer keyboard allows: SECUR TM system parameters programming special functions (rescue drive, door commands, calls, etc.) fault codes and diagnostic visualisation date/time setting Drives Hydraulic lift: power units: all direct starting star/delta starting soft starter Traction lift: AC 1 speed AC 2 speed V3F open loop (up to 1 m/s) V3F closed loop (up to 2.5 m/s) Logic push button down collective full collective multiplex (up to 8 lift group) Options overload and full load function car priority landings priority fire recall firemans drive out of service function short floor to floor distance emergency battery drive Doors automatic, semi-automatic, swing doors single, double or triple access contemporary or selective door opening parking either with opened or closed doors door operators type: all Protections The SECUR TM input/outputs are protected against: over-voltage (up to 125 VDC) short-circuit (on the 24VDC lines) electro-magnetic interferences (according to EN standards) Electrical specifications Power supply (std.): 3ph. 380V, 400V 50 Hz. optional: 3ph. 208V, 220V, 230V, 415V 50/60Hz. Brake supply (std.): 48/60 VDC optional: any other voltage Safety circuit (std.): 48/60 VDC optional: 110 VAC Signalisation supply: 24 VDC max. 1W per output car busy/coming car here car call registered landing call registered car direction hall lanterns - gong car position indication: lamps, 7 segment, dot matrix, LCD overload out of service fire recall firemans drive Control devices motor temperature protection: thermistors or thermal relay phase reversal/failure drive time supervision full load overload door open door close buttons car parking at selected floor selected time automatic car light/fan operation handicapped feature (Italy, law 13 DM 236) car emergency light Shaft positioning system bistable - monostable magnetic switches Encoder (line drive 1024 ppr suggested) Emergency devices emergency battery drive (hydraulic lift) emergency battery drive (traction lift) in case of power failure drives the car at next convenient floor and opens the door connection to the building emergency power supply provision auto-dialler device for remote monitoring Norms and regulations EN81-1 EN81-2 95/16/CE Law 13 DM 236 (Italy) The SECUR TM lift controller conforms to CE marking directives, according to 89/336/EEC and further 93/68/EEC directives. EN 50081-1 electro magnetic emissions EN 50082-2 electro magnetic immunity Certificate of Conformity N. 490002.

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Cabinets
Conventional control panel wall fixing SECUR TM control panel is composed by: the base plate, on which all the components are installed and wired, to be fixed by wall bolts the cabinet, with door and triangle key, to be mounted later

STD cabinet

To a) b) c) d) e)

install the controller proceed as follows: drill the wall, insert the bolts and the screw, without tighten hang the base plate to the screws using the bottom holes tighten the screws by pipe spanner hang up the cabinet to the inserts on the high sides of the base insert lower screws and tighten

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Special cabinets - wall and floor fixing MIDI cabinet

LEFT opening

RIGHT opening MRL cabinet

MINI cabinet

To fix the controller proceed as follows: place the sliding screws in the channel of the machine-room-cabinet hang up the controller to the screws and tighten

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Internal layout
Control panel

Car roof box

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In order to perform the preliminary test an inspection box has to be connected to the controller, according to following diagram. Do not install the car top board (SEC-2C). Referring to installation electric drawings, connect following circuits: a) power supply terminals M1, M2, M3 (ref. page 1) b) motor supply terminals M4, M5, M6 (U, V, W - ref. page 1) c) brake coil supply (if traction lift) terminals DM50, DM51 (ref. page 4), or BR+, BR- (ref. page 22) d) valves coil supply (if hydraulic lift) (ref. page 4) e) temporary inspection box, by a suitable travelling cable f) motor thermal protection (ref. page 1) g) all the ground/earth connections to all devices h) bridge out connection related to non existing devices (ref. page 3) i) remove wire between P4/1 P4/4 on controller board (SEC-2Q), and replace it at the end of the preliminary test Following verifications has to be performed: a) check all supply voltages b) check that controller display shows RESCUE DRIVE c) check that safety circuit leds on board SEC-2S (SUPPLY, SHAFT, CAR , SWING DOORS, CAR DOORS, LOCKS) are lit.

Preliminary test

ATTENTION After the preliminary test is finished, restore all connection to the original condition, checking carefully the safety circuit.

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Preliminary operation: Insulation test have to be performed after complete and correct functional test of the lift have been made.. Position the car between two floors and check that all doors are closed. Check that AM circuit breaker (on control panel) is closed. Switch off the mains (both power and light supply). Remove all yellow/green wires from earth bar, except those connected to metal parts and to earth disperser. Disconnect yellow/green wire from terminal 100. Remove connector P1 on SEC-2Q board. Remove connector CAL on SEC-2FDR board. Remove all connections from inverter (if provided). Remove all connections between controllers (if multiplex lift group) and perform complete test procedure on every single lift. Insulation measures: By a 500V insulation tester, check resistance values between terminals according following table. Measured values (in megaOhm) must be higher than 0.5 M.
POWER CIRCUIT LIGHT CIRCUIT

Insulation test instruction

*DOOR CIRCUIT F11/2 MPA/1 >0.5 >0.5 >0.5

ALARM CIRCUIT

SAFETY CIRCUIT

Terminals EARTH PE *POWER CIRCUIT M1 - M4 (U)


LIGHT CIRCUIT

M1 M4 (U) >0.5

LC/L LV/L >0.5 >0.5

CAL/6 >0.5 >0.5 >0.5 >0.5

SQ1/3 SQ3/4 100 >0.5 >0.5 >0.5 >0.5 >0.5

LC/L - LV/L
DOOR CIRCUIT

F11/2 - MPA/1
ALARM CIRCUIT

CAL/6

(*) Note: with 230VAC or mains voltage door operator supply do not run the test between POWER CIRCUIT and DOOR CIRCUIT. Restore all modified connections when finished.

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When ADO (advance door open) and/or ACL (re-levelling) are provided, a Safety Module is fitted inside the controller. The safety module allows the car movement inside door zone with door open, for re-levelling or advance door opening purpose.

DZSM Door Zone Safety Module Test Instruction

In order to test the device proceed as follows: normal function test keep the door open lower the car by the manual lowering button until IU led on SEC-2S safety circuit board switches off pump motor starts and car is raised until IU led lit channel fault simulation keep the door open remove wire from terminal SQ2/3 on SEC-2S board lower the car by the manual lowering button until IU led on SEC-2S safety circuit board switches off led OUTPUT on XPS-DA module switch off, and car stand witout any movement, as the ID position switch detection is missing connect back wire to SQ2/3; car remains standing as the error has been registered by the XPS-DA module. in order to put the lift in service press the CLEAR button during 3 sec., then switch off the mains switch. 2nd channel fault simulation keep the door open remove wire from terminal SQ2/6 on SEC-2S board lower the car by the manual lowering button until IU led on SEC-2S safety circuit board switches off led OUTPUT on XPS-DA module switch off, and car stand witout any movement, as the IZ door zone detection is missing connect back wire to SQ2/6; car remains standing as the error has been registered by the XPS-DA module. in order to put the lift in service press the CLEAR button during 3 sec., then switch off the mains switch. please refer to functional drawing - page 5 490501 1st

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SEC-2Q is the main board of the system, located in the control panel.

SEC-2Q controller mother board

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Dip switches WD = Watch Dog enable always ON RS = always ON PRG = always OFF CAN2 = CAN termination. Refer to installation drawings page 90. XQ1 = always ON Jumpers A = doors disable B = landing calls disable C = future use LEDs In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON, with car parked at bottom floor, after reset drive has been accomplished. = blinking = lit = off OK CAN2 +24V +24V +5V = = = = = = Output Overloaded Output OK CAN2 24VDC OK 24 VDC (fuse F1) 24 VDC 5 VDC PULSE SEND RCV TX RX L34 = = = = = = serial signal transmitted to the car serial signal recevived from the car serial signal recevived from the floor nodes /

Buttons RESET = makes a complete reset of the board, as if the power supply is switched off. Errors that may disable the lift operation (e.g. final limit switch, drive time supervision), are not cleared. CLEAR = if pressed during 3 sec. clears the error that are disabling the lift operation. Obviously, if the error still persist, the lift will be disabled again.

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Connectors On-board connectors are located in order to group all signals depending on their address (car, shaft, machine room). Connectors name and pin numbering are printed on the board as follows: EEP = EEPROM board PBC = programmer/LCD display board PRG = software downloading CPI = car position indicator interface board RS232 = remote connection PCC = parallel landing calls board SCB = connection to SEC-2S safety circuit board P1 (supply) 1 +24 VDC 2 +24 VDC 3 GND 4 GND P2 (output) P3 (drive output) 1 OSS Out Of Service traction hydro 1 HIGH High speed 2 OCL Car Light 3 RLV Re-levelling 2 LOW Low speed microlevelling 4 OP A door Open A 3 INSP Inspection 5 CL A door Close A 4 BRK Brake aux. valve 5 UP Up direction 6 OP B door Open B 6 DN Down direction 7 CL B door Close B 7 STAR Star contactor 8 CAM Retiring ramp 8 MAIN Main contactor 9 common 9 common 10 common 11 +24 VDC 12 SP Start Permit P4 (inspection input) P5 (status input) 1 NORM Normal mode ( = recovery) NC 1 OLD Overload NC 2 IUP Recovery Up direction NC 2 FLD Full Load NO 3 IDN Recovery Down direction NC 3 ZSP Zero speed signal NC 4 RDY Ready signal NC 4 GND 5 V3F OK DZSM supervision NC 6 GND P6 (supervision input) P7 (various I/O) 1 OIL T Oil Temperature NC 1 FID Fire recall NO 2 FRD Fireman's drive NO 2 GND 3 OIL P Oil Pressure NC 3 OSS Out Of Service NO 4 GND 4 EME Emergency power failure NO 5 MRM T Machinery Temperature NC 5 out Inpsection/Recovery 6 GND 6 out Alarm filters 7 MOT T Motor Temperature NC 7 out Emergency cycle end 8 out Emergency cycle start 8 GND 9 +24 VDC 10 GND CAN 2 (serial link to landings and multiplex) XQ1 (serial link to car) 1 CH CAN high 1 CH CAN high 2 CL CAN low 2 CL CAN low 3 +24 VDC 3 +24 VDC 4 GND 4 GND 5 +24VDC 6 GND ENC (encoder input) 1 encoder A 2 encoder 3 do not connect! +24VDC 4 encoder GND

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SEC-2D is the user interface. It allows monitoring an programming of the system. At power-on the display shows software revision index, software revision date and motor drive code. Please refer to PM (programming manual) for detailed parameter list.

SEC-2D user interface board

Connectors On-board connector (PBC) is located in order to connect by a flat cable the corresponding one on the SEC-2Q board. Trimmers Trimmer PT1 adjusts the LCD contrast. Buttons When in normal mode the buttons operates as follows: (S4): open door command (S2): close doors command (S1): increase destination floor (S3): decrease destination floor

(S3): insert car call to the selected destination floor When in recovery mode the buttons operates as follows: (S1): sets up direction, in inspection seed (S3): sets down direction, in inspection seed

Programming In order to enter in press and hold press press press press or

M button for 3; display will shows menu 00 QUIT


to scroll menus

PROGRAM MODE:

M to enter selected menu


or or to scroll parameters to increase or decrease parameter value

press M to exit from selected menu In order to exit from PROGRAM MODE: select menu 00 QUIT press

(S1): save modification

press

M to quit
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SEC-2EEP is the lift setting memory. All programmable and variable data and parameters are stored inside.

SEC-2EEP lift parameters memory

SEC-2DSP is the car position and direction arrows at landings driver. This board is used only if landing calls are connected in parallel mode.

SEC-2DSP car position indicator interface

Connectors Connectors name and pin numbering are printed on the board as follows: CPI = car position indicator interface board DSP (car position indicator) DIA (direction arrows) 1 UPD UP direction 1 a a segment bin 1 dec 1st floor 2 b b segment bin 2 dec 2nd floor 2 DND DOWN direction 3 c c segment bin 4 dec 3rd floor 3 +24 VDC 4 d d segment bin 8 dec 4th floor 4 GND 5 e e segment bin 16 dec 5th floor 6 f f segment bin 32 dec 6th floor 7 g g segment dec 7th floor 8 G G segment dec 8th floor 9 B B segment 10 C C segment 11 +24 VDC 12 GND

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SEC-2S board is the interface to all devices related to safety circuit.

SEC-2S safety circuit board

LEDs In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON, with car parked at bottom floor, after reset drive has been accomplished. = lit = off SUPPLY SHAFT CAR SWING DOORS CAR DOORS LOCKS safety circuit START: AM circuit braker, phase supervision, pit stop sw., over speed governor, static safety circuit (final limit sw., buffers, OSG rope tensioner, etc.) car safety circuit (stop sw., inspection sw., safety gear sw.) landing swing doors safety circuit car doors lock contacts landing door locks contacts

L7 L8
IU ID IZ DOOR ZONE

future use future use


UP magnetic sw. DOWN magnetic sw. DOOR ZONE magnetic sw.

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Connectors SCB = connection to SEC-2Q board 1 3 5 7 SC1 (car safeties) car safety circuit (stop sw., inspection sw., safety gear sw.) car doors lock contacts

CAR CAR DOORS

1 2 3 4

IU ID IZDOOR ZONE GND

SC3 (position input) UP switch DOWN switch DOOR ZONE switch

SQ1 (machine room) 1 3 4 6 7 9 common safety circuit START: AM circuit breaker, phase supervision pit stop switch SUPPLY over speed governor

SQ2 (position output) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 up down door zone door zone UP mag. sw. output DOWN mag. sw. output DOOR ZONE mag. sw. output DOOR ZONE mag. sw. output SQ3 (safety circuit end) door lock bypass (Advance door opening relevelling) safety circuit END future use future use

RL7 GND RL8 GND

1 2

SQ4 (safety circuit common) common common

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc SH1 (shaft safeties) static safety circuit (final limit sw., over speed governor, buffers, OSG rope tensioner, etc.) landing swing doors safety circuit landing door locks contacts

1 3 5 7 9 11

SHAFT SWING DOORS LOCKS

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SEC-2C is the interface between controller and all car devices.

SEC-2C car board

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Dip switches WD = Watch Dog enable always ON PRG = always OFF Jumpers J3 = not used GNG = always set to +24V LEDs In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON, with car parked at bottom floor, after reset drive has been accomplished. = blinking = lit = off STS RX TX OK Output Overloaded Output OK +24V +24V +5V 24 VDC (fuse F1) 24 VDC 5 VDC

Connectors CAN . = serial communication connectors Buttons RESET = makes a complete reset of the board, as if the power supply is switched off. Errors that may disable the lift operation (e.g. final limit switch, drive time supervision), are not cleared. = in INSPECTION mode open the doors = in INSPECTION mode close the doors

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc PCC = additional car calls C1 (not used) 1 not used 2 not used C2A (A door) 1 OL A Open Limit sw. 2 CL A Close Limit sw. 3 CFL A Close Force Limiter (safety edge) 4 GND 5 SD A Service Drive NO 6 7 CL A Close command NO 8 9 OP A Open command NO 10 11 +24 VDC 12 GND C3A (A photocell) 1 PH A photocell contact NC 2 GND 3 +24 VDC photocell supply 4 GND C4 (inspection input) 1 NORM. Normal mode ( = Inspection) NC 2 IUP Up direction NC 3 IDN Down direction NC 4 GND C6 (load input) 1 OLD Overload NC 2 FLD Full Load NO 3 GND C8 (option input) 1 FRD Fireman's key sw. 2 PRC Car Priority sw. 3 OSS Out Of Service sw. / STOP button 4 MLD Minimum load sw. 5 out Out Of Service output 6 out In Emergency (Emerg. Battery Drive) 7 out Overload output 8 +24 VDC 9 GND XC1 (serial link to controller) 1 CH CAN high 2 CL CAN low 3 +24 VDC 4 GND 5 +24VDC 6 GND PRG = software downloading

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 1 2

OL B CL B CFL B GND SD B CL B OP B +24 VDC GND PH B GND +24 VDC GND not used not used

C2B (B door) Open Limit sw. Close Limit sw. Close Force Limiter (safety edge) Service Drive Close command Open command C3B (B photocell) photocell contact photocell supply C5 (not used) NO NO NO

NC

1 2 3 1 2 3

RU RD GND DOB DCB GNG

C7 (synchronisation input) UP synchronisation sw. DOWN synchronisation sw. C9 (COP signals) Door Open Button Door Close Button Gong output

NC NO NO NO

4
5 6

+24 VDC GND

FRD AU

2nd FRD input

1 2 3 4 5 6

XC2 (serial link - auxiliary) CH CAN high CL CAN low +24 VDC GND +24VDC GND

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc C10 (direction output) UP direction DOWN direction PX (car calls input) Car Call 1st floor Car Call 2nd floor Car Call 3rd floor Car Call 4th floor Car Call 5th floor Car Call 6th floor Car Call 7th floor Car Call 8th floor C12 (future use)

1 2 3 4

UPD DND +24 VDC GND

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor 4th floor 5th floor 6th floor 7th floor 8th floor 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4 CC5 CC6 CC7 CC8 +24 VDC GND R11 R12 R13 R14 K7 K8 +24 VDC GND

NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

C11 (car position output) a a segment bin 1 dec b b segment bin 2 dec c c segment bin 4 dec d d segment bin 8 dec e e segment bin 16 dec f f segment bin 32 dec g g segment dec G G segment dec B B segment C C segment +24 VDC GND

Fire recall/Firemans output Priority call output

LEDs which are monitoring relay are connected in series to the relay coil.

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SEC-2P board is the interface for car calls (over 8 stops) or parallel landing calls. Each board collects up to 8 calls. Appropriate setting of dip-switches configures the board function

SEC-2P calls extension board

LEDs In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON, with car parked at bottom floor, after reset drive has been accomplished. = blinking = lit = off Board fitted on controller - PUSH BUTTON logic: = off stand by car not engaged = car busy = car coming Board fitted on controller DOWN COLLECTIVE logic: = off = landing call registered Board fitted on CAR any logic: = off = car call registered = = Output Overloaded Output OK

OK

Connectors and terminals list PCC = connection to SEC-2Q or to SEC-2C board Just one board can be connected to SEC-2Q (controller board) in order to collect up to 8 landing calls (push button or down collective logic). PX (fire protection door - dip 3 ON) PX (parallel landing calls dip 1 ON) 1 LC1 smoke detector 1st floor 1 LC1 Landing Call 1st floor nd 2 LC2 smoke detector 2nd floor 2 LC2 Landing Call 2 floor rd 3 LC3 smoke detector 3rd floor 3 LC3 Landing Call 3 floor th 4 LC4 smoke detector 4th floor 4 LC4 Landing Call 4 floor th 5 LC5 smoke detector 5th floor 5 LC5 Landing Call 5 floor th 6 LC6 smoke detector 6th floor 6 LC6 Landing Call 6 floor th 7 LC7 smoke detector 7th floor 7 LC7 Landing Call 7 floor th 8 LC8 smoke detector 8th floor 8 LC8 Landing Call 8 floor 9 9 +24 VDC lamps common 10 GND common 10 GND buttons common

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Several boards could be connected to SEC-2C (car board) in order to increase floor number or served landings. Car calls Car calls side A side B PX (additional car calls dip 5 ON) 1 CC1 Car Call - floor 1 side B 2 CC2 Car Call - floor 2 side B 3 CC3 Car Call - floor 3 side B 4 CC4 Car Call - floor 4 side B 5 CC5 Car Call - floor 5 side B 6 CC6 Car Call - floor 6 side B 7 CC7 Car Call - floor 7 side B 8 CC8 Car Call - floor 8 side B 9 +24 VDC lamps common 10 GND buttons common 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PX (additional car calls dip 2 ON) CC1 Car Call - floor 9 side CC2 Car Call - floor 10 side CC3 Car Call - floor 11 side CC4 Car Call - floor 12 side CC5 Car Call - floor 13 side CC6 Car Call - floor 14 side CC7 Car Call - floor 15 side CC8 Car Call - floor 16 side +24 VDC lamps common GND buttons common PX (additional car calls dip 3 ON) CC1 Car Call - floor 17 side CC2 Car Call - floor 18 side CC3 Car Call - floor 19 side CC4 Car Call - floor 20 side CC5 Car Call - floor 21 side CC6 Car Call - floor 22 side CC7 Car Call - floor 23 side CC8 Car Call - floor 24 side +24 VDC lamps common GND buttons common PX (additional car calls dip 4 ON) CC1 Car Call - floor 25 side CC2 Car Call - floor 26 side CC3 Car Call - floor 27 side CC4 Car Call - floor 28 side CC5 Car Call - floor 29 side CC6 Car Call - floor 30 side CC7 Car Call - floor 31 side CC8 Car Call - floor 32 side +24 VDC lamps common GND buttons common A A A A A A A A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PX (additional car calls dip 6 ON) CC1 Car Call - floor 9 side CC2 Car Call - floor 10 side CC3 Car Call - floor 11 side CC4 Car Call - floor 12 side CC5 Car Call - floor 13 side CC6 Car Call - floor 14 side CC7 Car Call - floor 15 side CC8 Car Call - floor 16 side +24 VDC lamps common GND buttons common PX (additional car calls dip 7 ON) CC1 Car Call - floor 17 side CC2 Car Call - floor 18 side CC3 Car Call - floor 19 side CC4 Car Call - floor 20 side CC5 Car Call - floor 21 side CC6 Car Call - floor 22 side CC7 Car Call - floor 23 side CC8 Car Call - floor 24 side +24 VDC lamps common GND buttons common PX (additional car calls dip 8 ON) CC1 Car Call - floor 25 side CC2 Car Call - floor 26 side CC3 Car Call - floor 27 side CC4 Car Call - floor 28 side CC5 Car Call - floor 29 side CC6 Car Call - floor 30 side CC7 Car Call - floor 31 side CC8 Car Call - floor 32 side +24 VDC lamps common GND buttons common B B B B B B B B

A A A A A A A A

B B B B B B B B

A A A A A A A A

B B B B B B B B

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SEC-2SYNTH is the board which generates car speech announcements

SEC-2SYNTH voice synthesizer board

Dip switch WD = Watch Dog enable always ON PRG = always OFF SW1 = message recording selection, according to following table: position dip 1 . . 6 function 0 000000 message to be recorded is selected by present car position

1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

000001 000010 000011 000100 000101


000110 000111 001000 001001 001010 001011 001100 001101 001110 001111 010000 010001 010010 010011 010100 010101 010110 010111 011000

floor 10 floor 9 floor 8 floor 7 floor 6


floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor floor 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 page 24/46

follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc 25 26 27 28 011001 011010 011011 011100 floor floor floor floor 14 15 16 17

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43
44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51

011101 011110 011111 100000 100001 100010 100011 100100 100101 100110 100111 101000 101001 101010 101011
101100 101101 101110 101111 110000 110001 110010 110011

floor 18 floor 19 floor 20 floor 21 floor 22 floor 23 floor 24 floor 25 floor 26 floor 27 floor 28 floor 29 floor 30 floor 31 floor 32
UP DOWN car GONG OVERLOAD PHOTOCELL EMERGENCY FIRE RECALL PRIORITY

52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62
position 0 1 2 3

110100 110101 110110 110111 111000 111001 111010 111011 111100 111101 111110
dip 7, 8 00 01 10 11

PIN request PIN wrong door closing aux. 1 aux. 2 aux. 3 aux. 4 aux. 5 aux. 6 aux. 7 aux. 8
finction ITALIAN language selection GERMAN language selection FRENCH language selection ENGLISH language selection

Jumper SEL = always set on O2 GNG = always set on +24V LEDs In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON, with car parked at bottom floor, after reset drive has been accomplished. = blinking = lit = off page 25/46

follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc REC PLAY REC_PLAY OK TX RX = = = = = = user voice recording mode stand/by working voice chip working board OK CAN transmitting CAN receiving

Buttons RESET = makes a complete reset of the board, as if the power supply is switched off. PLAY = start message playing. Message is selected by SW1 dip switches REC = start message recording. Message is selected by SW1 dip switches. Push and hold until REC led lits, then speak. Release button to stop recording. Connectors and terminals list XC2 = connection to SEC-2C board SPK = loudspeaker output (8 Ohm 3W) MIC = external microphone SEC-2D = do not use Power tip = do not use CAN = do not use 485 = do not use SPK 0.5W = do not use IN1 = do not use IN2 = do not use OUT1 = do not use OUT2 = do not use

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SEC-2L is the floor interface board. It collects the landing calls and special key switches, and drives all landing signalisations.

SEC-2L floor node board

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Dip switches SW1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

floor ID # bin 1 floor ID # bin 2 floor ID # bin 4 floor ID # bin 8 floor ID # bin 16 floor ID # bin 32 side selection (OFF=A - ON=B) WD = Watch Dog enable always ON

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc SW2 1 2 3 4 lift ID # bin 1 lift ID # bin 2 lift ID # bin 4 PRG = always OFF

Jumpers CAN = REFER to installation drawings page 90. LEDs In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON, with car parked at bottom floor, after reset drive has been accomplished. = blinking = lit = off OK = = Output Overloaded Output OK RX AL +5V = = = Serial communication alarm

Connectors On-board connectors are printed on the board as follows: CAN UP CAN DN = Serial connection to controller and/or to other floor nodes CPI = car position indicator interface board PRG = software downloading UPB DNB = connection to landing call buttons PKH = option inputs OUT = option outputs HLL = hall lanterns and gong output

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Connectors and terminals list 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 CAN UP (supply and serial link) CAN H CAN L +24 VDC GND +24 VDC GND UPB (up button) up CALL input (+) up REGISTERED output (-) up REGISTERED (+24 VDC) up CALL (GND) PKH (option input) PRL Priority call OSS Out of Service key LOL call disable VIS visitors delivery FET/FEB Floor Extension (Top/Bottom) Car preference call +24 VDC GND HLL (hall lanterns and gong output) UP lantern DOWN lantern FET/FEB call accepted VIS visitors delivery +24 VDC GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 CAN DN (supply and serial link) CAN H CAN L +24 VDC GND +24 VDC GND DNB (down button/call) down CALL input (+) down REGISTERED output (-) down REGISTERED (+24 VDC) down CALL (GND) OUT (option output) OSI Out of Service indication HSL car Here indication Firemans drive indication FLD Full Load indication BEEP EN 81-70 +24 VDC

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SEC-2LPI is the car position indicator driver at landings, when serial landing connection is used. It fits on the SEC2L board by connector CPI.

SEC-2LPI landings display board

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

DSP (car position output) a a segment bin 1 dec b b segment bin 2 dec c c segment bin 4 dec d d segment bin 8 dec e e segment bin 16 dec f f segment bin 32 dec g g segment dec G G segment dec +24 VDC GND

1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor 4th floor 5th floor 6th floor 7th floor 8th floor

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SEC-2M board is the interface for lift groups (from triplex). It collects all the landing calls and assign the calls to the lifts in the group. The on board LCD display gives information about the lifts status. By the on-board buttons it is possible to set all the group handling parameters. Please refer to PM (programming manual).

SEC-2M traffic management board

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SEC-2FDR is the alarm interface board, and provides for battery charge and check.

SEC-2FDR alarm battery charger

Jumper J1 = selects the battery to be charged: open = 2.2 Ah closed = 7 Ah J2 = selects the car emergency light output contact (CAL/4): 1-2 = never use 2-3 = emergency light enabled with mains failure J3 = selects the alarm contact to be interfaced with autodialler device (TEL/3 TEL/4): 1-2 = N.O. contact 2-3 = N.C. contact J4 = enables the battery check function: aperto = RESET the BATTERY LOW signalisation closed = normal operation In the following tables all LED symbols are shown with power ON. = lit = off BATT. OK SUPPLY battery status check Light mains supply OK (230 VAC) = blinking

Buttons S1 = reset (cancel) the alarm signalisation at landings. Anyway the signal disappear after 30.

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SEC-2FDR

follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Connectors DZI (Car at floor indication) 1 + positive LED output 2 negative LED output ALB (machinery Alarm Button) 1 ALB/1 alarm button NO 2 +12 Vcc ALB (pit Alarm Button) alarm button ALB (lobby Alarm Button) alarm button TEL (Autodialler) intercom 1 intercom 2 alarm output autodialler supply CAL (car alarm circuit) intercom 1 intercom 2 alarm button emergency light car at floor sensor ALC (alarm output) alarm output NO ISE (machinery intercom handset) ISE/1 intercom 1 ISE/2 intercom 2 +12Vcc -12 Vcc intercom 6 ISE (pit intercom handset) ISE/1 intercom 1 ISE/2 intercom 2 +12Vcc -12 Vcc intercom 6 ISE (lobby intercom handset) ISE/1 intercom 1 ISE/2 intercom 2 +12Vcc -12 Vcc intercom 6 SAL (Shaft Alarm Lines) ABE Alarm Bell -12 Vcc ALI Alarm signalisation at landings -12 Vcc +12Vcc -12 Vcc OCL (Car light) OCL/1 NEUTRAL car light ALC ALC OCL/3 OCL/4 LIVE automatic car light LIVE permanent car light

1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4

1 2

ALB/1 +12 Vcc

NO

1 2

ALB/1 +12 Vcc

NO

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2

TEL/1 TEL/2 +12Vcc -12 Vcc ISE/1 ISE/2 CAB CEL IM +12 Vcc +12 Vcc -12 Vcc LR/1 LR/2

NO

NO NO

LR (automatic car light) RLC relay contact

NC

1 2 3

LC/1 LC/3

LC (230 VAC supply) NEUTRAL LIVE 230 VAC

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SEC-2EBD provides for emergency drive and door opening in case of power failure.

SEC-2EBD emergency battery drive device

EPW

EIN FUSE 30A EOUT

BATTERY I1

Switch I1 = When OFF the device is disabled Display The LCD display shows many informations about device status: In normal status NORMAL SEC-2EBD rev.: R, S, T TEMP. V batt. In case of error ERROR PHR err. 4P err. TEMP. err. (mains voltage ok + phase sequence ok + temperature ok + 4 pole closed) indicates stand-by mode, and no errors detected indicates the installed software revision indicates 3ph. mains voltage indicates device internal temperature indicates battery voltage

following messages could be shown: indicates the error mode indicates phase reversal or failure indicates that mains switch auxiliary contact is open (4 pole) indicates over temperature

In case of emergency (mains power failure + temperature ok + 4 pole closed) EMERGENCY indicates that emergency drive sequence is active TIME indicates sequence time In case of error during emergency drive sequence following messages could be shown: TEMP. err. indicates over temperature

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc Connettori 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 N W L3 V L2 U F L1 -12V +12V START START nc nc 4P 4P END END EPW (power connections) output 230VAC (neutral) max. 50 mA output phase 400V input phase (mains) output phase 400V input phase (mains) output phase 400V output 230VAC (phase) max. 50 mA input phase (mains) EIN output 12Vcc manual sequence START not used device enable drive sequence END 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 OK OK SEQ1 SEQ1 SEQ2 SEQ2 SEQ3 SEQ3 SEQ4 SEQ4 PHR PHR EOUT device output OK emergency drive sequence ON emergency drive sequence ON emergency drive sequence ON emergency drive sequence ON phase sequence control NC NC NC NC NO NC

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HELPY L200 Telephone dialler


Set telephone switch to T (tone) Entering programming Quick programming Automatic answer

*0#
Telephone numbers

21 01 1 2 21 02 1 2 21 12 1 2 45 0 #

1st telephone number # 2nd telephone number # 12th telephone number #

64 5 65 9 66 0

answer after 5 ring sets 9 max. speech time telephone network

Lift identification message recording 71 1 talk Message playing

Identification Codes

72 1

listen

sets immediate link (no code req.)

Programming end

*0#

To restore factory settings:

* 0 # 99
Collegamento modulo GSM (opzionale) Remove connector TEL on battery charger board Entering programming SEC-2FDR *0# open GSM module and autodialler unit GSM network selection position jumper JP5 to 2-3 inside autodialler 66 1 GSM telephone network (see page 17 on instruction manual) Programming end place the antenna on GSM module install SIM card inside GSM module *0# connect GSM module to autodialler by the supplied cord close back GSM module and autodialler Connect back connector TEL on battery charger board SEC-2FDR To rerestore factory settings:

* 0 # 99
Use of device External call to the car Car machinery communication Dial the lift telephone number. Lift the handset in machinery and talk normally to Listen to identification message. car. Active alarm cancelling * 0 # 11 to establish voice link to the car

*0#
Elevator help request Answer the call and listen to the lift identification message.

to finish communication

0 5 1 9

to establish link to the car to listen again the identification message to send help is coming signal to car to reset the alarm status

For further instruction on advanced use and programming please refer to Helpy200 user manual.
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The SECUR TM boards are on site programmable for easy updating. In order to download the software please proceed as follows. 1. Install the FLASH program in the computer. 2. Start the FLASH.exe program 3. Connect the SEC-2PRG cable between the computer port COM1 and the PRG connector on the board to be programmed. 4. While pressing RESET button, set the board dip switches as follows: WD = OFF RS = OFF (if present) PRG = ON Release the RESET button 5. Select the Target Microcontroller Select Target
Microcontroller

DOWNLOADING new software

SEC-2L board = MB90F497/G SEC-2M board = MB90F543/G/GS SEC-2Q board = MB90F543/G/GS SEC-2C board = MB90F543/G/GS

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc 6. Select the crystal frequency to 4MHz.

Set the Crystal Frequency to 4MHz.

7. Set COM1 port.

Set COM1 port

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc 8. Open the file to be loaded

Open the file to be fie to be loaded loaded

9. Start downloading
Start downloading

Led

SEND

and

RECEIVE

are blinking.

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Finish downloading

10. Wile pressing the RESET button set the board dip switches SW1 as follows: WD = ON RS = ON (if present) PRG = OFF 11. Load default parameters (param. 98.01 = YES) 12. Quit and save (param. 00.01 = YES) 13. Enter programming again, scroll ALL parameters and set them according to installation.

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Electrical drawigs show the following markings: DEVICES item description 12:H HIGH Speed valve 12:N DOWN valve ABE ALARM bell/syren ALS ALARM signal at floors (legge 13 - Italy) AM Safety circuit breaker AP PAWL DEVICE circuit breaker ARP PAWL DEVICE contactor BRK Brake control contact CAB Car ALARM button CEL Car EMERGENCY LIGHT CH.. Landing door locks control contacts CL:A Door A CLOSE contactor CL:B Door B CLOSE contactor CRA Door open braking contact CRC Door close braking contact DCB DOOR CLOSE button DOB DOOR OPEN button DP Down, High Speed locking contactor DZI CAR AT FLOOR signal XPS-DA Door Zone supervision safety module EBD H Emergency Battery Drive - Hydro EBD T Emergency Battery Drive - Traction EME Emergency drive signal EU Landing locks control device F.. Fuses FAN FAN command FCA1 Additional limit switch FCM INSPECTION limit switch FCM:D DOWN inspection limit switch FCM:S UP inspection limit switch FCU Additional limit switch FID Fire recall sw. FLS:D Final Limit Switch - Down FLS:U Final Limit Switch - Upper FRD Firemans drive sw. HIC HELP IS COMING signal HRS ALARM SENT signal ID DOWN monostable reed sw. IF Fermator door emergency magnetic switch IM Car at floor magnetic switch INSP. INSPECTION mode selector ISE C Car intercom ISE L Lobby intercom ISE MR Machine room intercom ISE P Pit intercom ISE PC Car Firemans intercom ISE PP Landing Firemans intercom ISE R Car roof intercom IU UP monostable reed sw. IZ DOOR ZONE monostable reed sw. KAK FIA module contact page 42/46

Legenda

note

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc KD KDB Ke Ke2 KF KFP KH KL KLF KLT KML KP KP1 KR1 KS KT KU LF LKP LT LV M.. MER MK MLD OP:A OP:B OSG OSI OSS OST P PAL PE PHR PRC PS PST PT PWD R30 RAB RB RD RDF REM RKF RLC RLV RMAN ROS RR:A RR:B RU RUN RVC DOWN contactor Dynamic braking contactor (brushless/gearless) Emergency supply contactor Auxiliary Emergency supply contactor BRAKE contactor Brake auxiliary contactor HIGH speed contactor LOW speed contactor Pit apron control relay Mobile balaustrate contact MICRO LEVELLING contactor MAIN contactor AUX. contactor Safeties control relay STAR contactor DELTA contactor UP contactor Pit apron Car locking pin contact Mobile balaustrate contact Pit OK signal Power terminals Landing door locks control devices FIA module coil MINIMUM LOAD contact Door A OPEN contactor Door B OPEN contactor Over Speed Governor sw. Out of Service indication Out of Service sw. Over Speed Governor remote test disable Minimal pressure switch Pit ALARM button Protection Earth bar Phase reversal/failure device Car Priority sw. Pressare switch Pit Stop sw. Retiring Ramp contactor Pawl device Speed < 0.30 m/s Relay Car roof ALARM button Recovery drive enable button DOWN bistable synchronisation reed sw. Recovery Drive Selector Emergency drive relay Brake control relay Car Light relay Shaft Light relay INSPECTION relay OUT OF SERVICE relay Door A braking resistor Door B braking resistor UP bistable synchronisation reed sw. Inspection Drive Enable Button Car LIGHT/FAN relay page 43/46

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follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc SAM SEC-2FDR SEC-2ALM SEC-2ALM1 SEC-2ALM2 SEC-2C SEC-2DSP SEC-2L SEC-2Q SEC-2S SEM SGS SKP SLS SM SST STOP T30 TE TFC TFP TH THR THR:H THR:L TKAK TMP TP TR TRA TRC TRM TSD TV TVM VD VH VHD VHU VLD VLU VST X INSPECTION selector Alarm Battery Charger board DC Supply board 24VDC Supply board 24VDC Supply board Car Roof board Parallel car position indicator interface board Floor Node board Controller Mother board Safety Circuit Supervision board Emergency Battery device - Hydro Safety Gear sw. FIA module contact Service (inspection) limit switch Smoke detector at floors Soft Starter device STOP button on inspection box Speed < 0.30 m/s Contactor Emergency Drive Contactor Photocell Contactor Brake or Retiring Ramp Transformer HIGH speed Minicontactor Thermal Relay High speed Thermal Relay Low speed Thermal Relay FIA module contactor SOFT STOP Contatctor Door Transformer Re-Levelling Minicontactor PAWL DEVICE transformer MORIS power unit transformer Main Transformer Static safeties contactor Cooling contactor SOFT STOP contactor DOWN Valve HIGH speed valve HIGH speed DOWN valve HIGH speed UP valve LOW speed DOWN valve LOW speed UP valve STAR/DELTA or STARTING or SOFT STOP valve BUFFER or Rope Tensioner sw.

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CAR CONNECTORS item description note CPC CAR DOOR contact DZ Door Zone and Car at Floor reed switches ISE Car INTERCOM ALARM button EMERGENCY light Help is Coming signal LKP Car Locking Pin MPA Door supply A side MPB Door supply B side OCL Car Light/Fan supply RLV/2 Car roof Light switch with pre-wired shaft light only page 44/46

follows: IM_SEC_TM_11_03_en.doc SA SBM FPA FPB PT SPK 61 SAFETY GEAR contact INSPECTION BOX safety Door Braking A side Door Braking B side Retiring RAMP Car speech loudspeaker Synchronisation reed switches (IU ID)

SHAFT CONNECTORS item description ABE ALARM BELL AL PIT Alarm Button ALS Alarm signal at landings BP Landing call button BRC/BRK Brake supervision switch BZ Buzzer CP Landing Lock contact DIA Car Direction Arrows DNB UP call button DSP Car Position Indicator FID Fire detection/recall FLS Final Limit Switch FRD Firemans Key switch HLL HALL LANTERN GONG signal ISE Intercom LV Shaft light OSI Out of Service indication OSS Out of Service switch OSV Overspeed Governor Remote Control OUT Various signal output PKH Various signal input PM Swing door contact PR Car Here indication PST Pit STOP switch UPB DOWN call button X Overspeed governor rope tensioner switch Buffer switch

note

If provided

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Inverter multi-speed selection table


HIGH LOW INSP P3/1 P3/2 P3/3 High 50Hz - 1500rpm Interm. High 40/50Hz - 1200/1500rpm Interm. Low 30Hz - 900rpm Short floor 15Hz - 450rpm Reset 25Hz - 750rpm Inspection/Recall 20Hz - 600rpm Low 5Hz - 150rpm Zero 0Hz - 0rpm terminals UNIDRIVE terminals UNIDRIVE SP terminals VACON terminals SIEI AVy terminals SIEI AGy terminals OMRON terminals YoYo terminals FUJI param. UNIDRIVE 1.23 1.27 1.26 1.24 1.28 1.25 1.22 1.21 29 25 14 37 7 5 26 28 15 36 25 6 24 29 16 38 6 7 param. UNIDR. SP 1.25 1.27 1.24 1.26 1.28 1.23 1.22 1.21 param. VACON P2.2.7 P2.2.11 P2.2.12 P2.2.9 P2.2.13 P2.2.10 P2.2.8 P2.2.6 param. SIEI AVy 7062 7066 7065 7063 7067 7064 7061 7060 param. SIEI AGy MS2 MS6 MS5 MS3 MS7 MS4 MS1 MS0 param. OMRON D1-02 D1-06 D1-07 D1-04 D1-08 D1-05 D1-03 D1-01 param. YoYo U4 U5 U3 U6 U7 U1 U2 STOP param. FUJI C05 C09 C10 C07 C11 C08 C06 //

J13/7 J13/6 J13/5 X1 X2 X3

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