EJ 41320502 CO MX Commissioning

EJ 41320502 CO MX Commissioning
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Commissioning

Supply Module MR Wall [33829; 17.02.2010]

MRL Control Cabinet [33048; 05.02.2010]

Summary

This manual provides detailed instructions for the commissioning of Schindler 5500 elevators, equipped with:  CO MX 07 controllers  DR VF 11/22/33/44BR and VF 33/55/77/88/155 PF1 AC frequency converters  DR FML/PML 160/200/PMB 130/140 and FMR/PMR 160/200 hoisting machines  DO VD 35 door drives.

Modification KA No. KA Date

MMR Control Cabinet [33724; 05.02.2010]

06

07

08

09

Prepared

13.08.2014

naidura

155711

155795

155881

155954

Reviewed

26.09.2014

ferreite

Norms Chkd 03.10.2014

plattle

21.12.12 01.09.13 07.06.14 11.10.14

Released

CO MX 07

11.10.2014

Commissioning INVENTIO AG

kunzbr Format

A4 CH-6052 Hergiswil

Classification

Lead Office

11220

EB7

EJ 41320502

EN

Copyright © 2014 INVENTIO AG All rights reserved. INVENTIO AG, Seestrasse 55, CH-6052 Hergiswil, owns and retains all copyrights and other intellectual property rights in this manual. It shall only be used by SCHINDLER personnel or authorized SCHINDLER agents for purposes which are in the interest of SCHINDLER. Any reproduction, translation, copying or storing in data processing units in any form or by any means without prior permission of INVENTIO AG is regarded as infringement and will be prosecuted.

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Table of Contents 1

2 3

4

5

6 7

8

9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16

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Safety Advice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1 Safety Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Safety Warnings Used in this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * General Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Installation Travel without Car Node . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Preconditions for the Installation Travel without Car Node . . . . . . . . 3.2 Control Cabinet Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 * Brake Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4 Motor Control Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 Installation Travel without Car Node . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation Travel with Car Node . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Preconditions for the Installation Travel with Car Node . . . . . . . . . 4.2 Car Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3 Installation Travel with the ESE Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 Installation Travel with the REC Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preparation for Normal Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 Door Drive Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2 Configuration of ASIXB I/Os . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Load Measurement Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Measuring Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1 Measuring Travel Execution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 Traction Media Monitoring Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.3 Brake Emergency Stop Monitoring Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4 Final Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * Manual Evacuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1 PEBO – Pulse Electric Brake Opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2 * SIPS + BCM 2002/03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Car I/O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elevator I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.1 Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2 Commissioning BIO2 Landing Bus Fixtures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2.1 Teach-in LIP Nodes in Elevators without LOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.2.2 Additional Procedure for Elevators with Shared Floor Calls . . . 10.3 Additional Settings for BIO2 I/O Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.4 Additional Settings for CAN I/O Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.5 Car Damping Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Completion Work Simplex Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Drive Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Group Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commissioning of ETMA Tele-alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commissioning of Embedded Telemonitoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Checking of Automatic Evacuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Safety Advice

1.1

Safety Equipment

 Exclusively for competent professionals.  Current version of the safety manual and any local safety requirements must be consulted and followed before initiating works.  Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.

1.2

Safety Warnings Used in this Manual

The following types of safety warnings are used in the present manual. DANGER The safety warning with the signal word “Danger” is used to indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING The safety warning with the signal word “Warning” is used to indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

NOTICE The safety warning with the signal word “Notice” is used to address practices that could result in property damage but not in injury.

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* General Notes DANGER

Live parts with hazardous voltage Contact with live parts causes electric shock. Switch off the main switch (JH) and de-energize the installation completely before starting to work on the installation. WARNING Bypassing of safety devices Any bypassing of safety devices could result in death or serious injury or in damage to the installation.  The bypassing of safety devices in normal operation is strictly prohibited.  Do not use bypassing of safety devices if prohibited by local code.  The bypassing of safety devices is restricted to dedicated purposes and requires explicit instruction.  The ordered bypassing of safety devices requires appropriate precautionary measures. NOTICE Plugging/Unplugging Connectors on Energized Devices Hot plugging – unless explicitly permitted – could result in the destruction of devices. Prior to plugging in or unplugging connectors on devices, switch off the devices concerned. NOTICE Components Sensitive to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) ESD-sensitive components will be destroyed when exposed to electrostatic discharge. Strictly adhere to ESD-safe procedures/practices when handling ESD-sensitive components. For an expert and proper installation, the following requirements must be complied with:  Only personnel familiar with the product and qualified through training are authorized to carry out the procedures specified in this manual.  All installation procedures must be carried out in sequence. Do not continue with the next step until the step in progress has been completed successfully.  Where applicable, sufficient lighting must be available in the hoistway and on the car for safe working.  The use of materials not authorized by Schindler is prohibited.  To avoid any physical and/or electrical damage, make sure that all sub-assemblies or components remain within their packaging until the time of installation. In elevators equipped with SW version 10.09.00 or later, the activation of a stop (JHM/JHC) or recall (JRH) or inspection (JREC) switches will start the service visit operation, preventing errors to be reported via tele-monitoring. The normal tele-monitoring procedure is restored after the last of the mentioned switches are de-activated.

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HW/SW Versions

HW/SW

Location

GCIOCF 54.Q

Control cabinet

Component CPU board

Base Software

SW version ≥ 10.00.00, installed in GCIOCF 54.Q

ASIXB(K) 01/21.Q

Mother board 1st generation

ASIXB(K) 02/22.Q

Mother board 2nd generation

NGL

Elevator DC power supply

BATNSG

Emergency power supply battery

X1

AC power distribution terminal strip

BCM 2001.Q

Brake control board 1st generation

BCM 2002.Q

1st Brake control and manual evacuation board 2nd generation

BCRM 2002.Q

2nd Brake control and manual evacuation board 2nd generation

BCM 2003/13.Q

Brake control and manual evacuation board for FMR/PMR 160/200 and PMB 140 machines

BCM 2014.Q

Brake control board for PMB 130 machines

PEBO 22.Q

Manual evacuation board 1st generation

GW

Gateway computer to LobbyVision

SWITCH

Ethernet switch for group communication

ESE

Recall control station

MXDM 236.Q

Handicapped device (for Italy only)

NGO1, 2NGO1

Hoistway

Additional landing bus power supply (ies)

SLCU 3.Q

BIO bus floor call interface PCBA

SLCUM 3.Q

BIO bus floor call and indicator interface PCBA

SLCUX 3.Q

BIO bus additional I/O interface PCBA

BIOGIO 1.Q

Building interface box BIO bus I/O interface PCBA

CANGIO 1.Q CANIC(K) 1.Q

CAN bus I/O interface PCBA OKR

CANCPI 1.Q REC

Car interface PCBA Car operating panel interface PCBA

Car roof

Inspection panel

Reset ACVF

 Switch off JH.  Wait for 3 seconds.  Switch on JH.

Reset CO MX

 Press the reset button on the GCIOCF PCBA once.  Wait until the elevator control has booted.

Double Reset CO MX

 Press the reset button on the GCIOCF PCBA once.  Wait until the red LED is no more lit and press the button once more.  Wait until the elevator control has booted and re-initialized.

Reset Travel Control

With recall control station:  Switch JRH to position “RECALL”.  Press the DRH-D and DRH-U buttons simultaneously. With inspection control station:  Switch JREC to position “INSPECTION”.  Press the DREC-D and DREC-U buttons simultaneously.

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ESE Panel Plugging and Unplugging

Due to the SW consistency control of N_JRH and JRH_CHK inputs, a control error is generated every time the ESE panel or its replacement bridge are unplugged and the SwtchCon message appears on the SMLCD. A “reset CO MX” like described above is required to restore the elevator into service.

Related Documents

Number

Document

Commission Specific Installation wiring diagrams EJ 41320500

CO MX 07 – Technical Information and Configuration

EJ 41320501

CO MX 07 – Installation

EJ 41320503

CO MX 07 – Diagnostics

EJ 41320504

CO MX 07 – Maintenance

EJ 604806

AC GSI – Maintenance for Safety Component

EJ 41350881

DO VD35 – Installation

EJ 41350884

DO VD35 – Electrical Commissioning

EJ 49200014

Variodyn VF88PF1 AC – Installation

EJ 41410695

Variodyn VFxxPF1 AC – Diagnostics

K 604162

Variodyn VF11/22/33BR – Installation

K 604442

Variodyn VF11… 88BR – Diagnostics

Refer to Schindler Application Portal PNC to view the documents. Special Tools

Tool

Figure

Description

Fire Blanket

It is recommended to have a fire blanket ready for use where sparks from working with a grinding or cutting-off machine, for example, could cause a fire hazard.

Multimeter

Required characteristics:  Sensitivity > 25 kΩ/V  Measuring range up to 1000 VDC  Diode and continuity test function  Test leads with insulated probe tips.

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3 Summary

The following chapter describes the preparation of the control and the setup for the installation travel without car node. This travel is used to complete the shaft installation and requires no electrical installation in the car. The trip is performed with the recall panel (ESE), extended by the commission traveling cable.

3.1 Required Installations and Components

Preconditions for the Installation Travel without Car Node

 The mechanical installation of the control cabinet, inverter, hoisting motor, car, traction media, buffers, speed governor, safety gear and slack belt contacts is ready according to the corresponding instructions.  The car assembly needs only to be done to the level, the car can be used as a working platform.  The electrical installation of the control cabinet, inverter, hoisting motor and slack rope contacts is ready according to the corresponding instructions.  The traveling cable is provisionally installed from the control cabinet to the car.  The counterweight balancing must have been adjusted as follows: When the brake is manually open, an empty car moves upwards and a car with 60 kg load moves downwards.  Main power according to the electrical supplier are available.  The buffers have been installed and are operational as per the manufacturer’s specification, but their safety contacts (if present) do not need to be connected.  The overspeed governor and safety gear are mounted and operating reliably.  The landing doors are closed.

3.2 Control Cabinet Preparation

* Installation Travel without Car Node

No

Control Cabinet Preparation Step

Remarks

300 Switch ON the hoistway lighting.

301 AS.ASIXB: Check that the BATT plug is unplugged.

302 S.PEBO (if present): Check that the BATT1 and BATT2 plugs are unplugged.

303 Only in MRL: Verify that JH1 (ACVF maintenance switch) is ON.

304 AS.ASIXB: Set the elevator ID rotary switch according to the installation:  Set to “1” for elevator ID 1 (or simplex).  Set to “2” for elevator ID 2, and so on. 305 AS.ASIXB: Set the JMOF switch to position “1”.

306 Check that the installation chip card is plugged in on the user interface. 307 AS.ASIXB: Check that the following connectors are unplugged:  NGL, DC power supply  X15 and DRIVE, connection with ACVF  KB, brake feedback  HK, traveling cable  GNT, intercom device, if present  LOP, landing supply and bus.

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No

Step

Remarks

308 AS.GCIOCF: Check that the ETHERNET connector is unplugged.

309 AS.CLSD (if present): Check that the ALARM and PSTN connectors are unplugged.

310 Check that the traveling cable POWC plug is not connected to the X1 terminal bar. 311 Check if the transformer TA, if present, is connected according to the installation diagram.

312 Check if the transformer TAS, if present, is connected to the X1 terminal bar. If TAS is not present, check that the bridges are present between X1-4-1:1-2 and 3-4 pins. 313 AS.ASIXB: Insert the following plugs:  ARD, phase control relay (if present *)  ESE, recall control station  KSS, slack rope device  PEBO_SK, jumper plug, supplied with the cabinet  SKS, jumper plug, supplied with plug kit ID 59325720  HK, jumper plug, supplied with plug kit ID 59325720  LDBCS, landing door bypass control, if present. If not present, jumper plug with bridges on pins 1-2 and 5-6, supplied with the cabinet  KV, permanent bridge supplied with the cabinet  KTHS, shaft temperature sensor (if present *)

Refer to the installation diagrams.

314 AS.BCM: Check that the POWIN and MGB plugs are unplugged.

Contacts marked with “*” must be replaced by bridges, if not present.

315 Check the mains supply from the building site on JH and SIL line side. 316 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, control main switch.

Refer to the installation diagrams.

317 Check if the correct voltage is present:  At the NGL input and output terminals  At BCM.POWIN plug.

318 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, control main switch.

Refer to the installation diagrams.

319 AS.ASIXB: Insert the plug NGL (DC power supply)

320 AS.ESE, set the following switches:  JRH switch to position “RECALL”  JHM switch to position “STOP”  JUEKTS switch (if present) to position “NORMAL” and “NORMAL” bypass plug inserted.

321 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, control main switch.

If no chip card expansion has been performed yet: CCS LED on the user interface blinks at different rates.

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No

Step

Remarks

322 GCIOCF: Check the following LEDs:  ERROR (red) not lit  WDOG (green) blinks  CPU (green) flickers  STATUS (green) not lit.

It can take a few minutes until all LEDs behave as described.

323 Return to the elevator status screen:

A 0#01 1-IniPara BOOT

M? INS

[36033; 07.07.2010]

324 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, control main switch.

325 FC: Check that FC is installed according to relevant installation documents (see list).

326 Switch ON JH.

327 FC, check the LED status:  ERROR (red) = OFF  OK (green) = OFF  PARAMETER (yellow) = ON.

The display explained in this step is only valid for the first commissioning.

328 Switch OFF JH.

329 AS.ASIXB: Plug in the RS422 connector (control communication to VF). 330 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, control main switch.

This display is only mandatory for the first commissioning.

331 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the display shows:

A M? 0#01 1-INS JHM On 0 . 0 0m / s [37820; 23.11.2010]

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Sending Settings and Parameters to Motor Control (Variosys)

No

Step

Remarks

332 AS.GCIOCF: Execute a double reset as follows:  Press the reset button.  Wait until the red LED goes off and the PCBA beeps.  Press the reset button again.

The control SW is now sending the drive settings and parameters to the frequency converter.

333 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the display shows:

A M? 0#01 1-INS JHM On 0 . 0 0m / s [37820; 23.11.2010]

334 FC: Check the LED status:  ERROR (red) = OFF  OK (green) = ON  PARAMETER (yellow) = OFF.

335 SMLCD: Check the SW versions: Login → Status → Versions → GC-Software and DriveSoftware

336 AS.ASIXB: Plug in the BATT connector.

337 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

3.3

* Brake Tests

The mechanical brake is factory adjusted and must not be readjusted. Refer to the hoisting machine maintenance instructions if an acceptance or maintenance test is not successful. WARNING Elevator operation with defective machine brake A defective machine brake impairs the safe operation of the elevator, which could result in death or serious injury. If the machine brake is found to be defective, put the elevator out of service immediately until the machine brake has been replaced and tested successfully.

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Tests

No

Step

338 AS, ensure that:  JH is OFF  SIS is OFF  JRH is on “RECALL” position  JHM is on “STOP” position (pressed).

Remarks –

339 AS, BCM (brake module PCBA): Check that the POWIN and MGB cables are still unplugged. 340 AS, BCM: Check that no plug is inserted in the MGB_TEST connector. 341 AS, ASIXB: Check that the KB cable is still unplugged.

342 Check the resistance on the MGB cable:

The coil resistance varies with the machine type.

For FML/PML 160/200:  Pins 1-6 (MGB coil): between 190 and 1700 Ω  Pins 2-5 (MGB1 coil): between 190 and 1700 Ω  Pins 3-6 (MGB2 coil): between 190 and 1700 Ω  Pins 4-5 (MGB3 coil): between 190 and 1700 Ω  Pins 1-2-3-4-5 to ground: high resistance. For FMR/PMR 160/200 and PMB 140:  Pins 1-5 (MGB coil): between 80 and 120 Ω  Pins 2-6 (MGB1 coil): between 80 and 120 Ω  Pins 1-2-3-4-5-6 to ground: high resistance. For PMB 130:  Pins 1-5 (MGB coil): between 60 and 80 Ω  Pins 2-6 (MGB1 coil): between 60 and 80 Ω  Pins 1-2-3-4-5-6 to ground: high resistance. 343 Check the resistance on the KB cable:

For FML/PML 160/200:  KB 1-2: close to 0 Ω (closed KB contact)  KB 1-3: high resistance (open KB1 contact)  KB 1-4: close to 0 Ω (closed KB2 contact)  KB 1-5: high resistance (open KB3 contact)  Pins 1-2-3-4-5 to ground: high resistance. For FMR/PMR 160/200 and PMB 130/140:  KB 1-2 and 1-4: close to 0 Ω (closed KB contact)  KB 1-3 and 1-5: high resistance (open KB1 contact)  Pins 1-2-3-4-5 to ground: high resistance. 344 AS, BCM: Plug in the POWIN and MGB connectors.

345 AS, ASIXB: Plug in the KB cable.

346 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

347 AS, ASIXB(K), check the LED status:  SB = ON  SB1 = ON  ZSB = OFF  KB = ON  KB1 = OFF  KB2 = ON  KB3 = OFF.

348 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

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3.4 Preparation AS, ASIXB

Motor Control Tests

No

Step

Remarks

349 Ensure that the car is at least 1 m below the uppermost floor (preparation for the “Zero Position Test”, when the car moves for the first time).

Safety Circuit

350 AS, ensure that:  JRH is on “RECALL” position  JHM is on “STOP” position (pressed).

351 AS.ASIXB: Plug in the X15 connector.

No

Step

Remarks

352 AS.ASIXB: Check that the safety circuit is complete according to the installation diagram:  ARD, phase control relay  ESE, recall control station  KSS, slack rope device  PEBO_SK, manual electric rescue device  SKS, hoistway safety circuit  KBV, overspeed governor contact  HK, traveling cable  LDBCS, landing door bypass control  KV (a permanent bridge).

Depending on the status of the installation, some plugs can be replaced by appropriate bridges, marked for further removal.

353 AS.ASIXB: Check that JMOF is still on position “1” (active).

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Parameters FC and MH

No

Step

Remarks

354 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

355 SMLCD: Ensure that the settings correspond to the installation: Login → Parameter → Drive settings:  Tacho factor = 8000 [inc/m] → SALSIS  Rated load = xxxx [kg], depending on installation  Reeving factor = 2 (2:1)  TachFactMotor = 2048 [inc/rev]  Gear Ratio = 1 (1:1)  TractnDiam = 0.150 (FML/PML/FMR/PMR 160/200) or 0.087 (PMB 130/140) [m]  Inertias = xxxxx.xxx [kg/m²], depending on installation  Code Type = EN81  ETSL Type = – NONE, if rated speed ≤ 2.5 m/s2 – SALSIS_ETSL, if rated speed > 2.5 m/s2 and NTSD function is not required – SALSIS_ETSL_NTSD, if rated speed > 2.5 m/s2 and NTSD function is required.  Encoder Type = SYNCOS_ENDAT  Gear Type = GEARLESS  InvInputVoltage = xxx [V], according to the installation. This value is the rated secondary voltage of the TA transformer, if present.  Rated Speed = xx.xxx [m/s], according to the installation  Inverter setting = VFxxBR or VFxxPF1, according to the installation  Id Motor = xxxx, according to installation  ShaftInfoType = SALSIS  Brake = SB_Einsch_100  Load Setting = CLC_2.

356 Continue with parameter checking: Login → Parameters → SpeedAccel: V4 = xxxx [mm/s], according to the installation rated speed

357 Perform an “End commissioning”: Login → Commands → Drv End Commis → OK.

358 Wait until the SMLCD shows:

? Drv End Success

Commis

[32351; 08.01.2010]

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Tests

No

Step

Remarks

359 AS:  Switch JRH to “NORMAL”  Release JHM  Check that the safety circuit LEDs T1 to T6 are all ON.

The safety circuit must be closed.

360 AS, GCIOCF: Execute a reset and wait until the SMLCD shows:

A M? 0#01 1-UNV INSTALL 0.0 0m/ s [32352; 07.01.2010]

 The fan test activates the VF cooling fan for a short time to check its operation and air flow direction.  In a MRL installation, access to the car roof might be required with the car parked at the top floor. FC Ventilation

No

Step

Remarks

361 SMLCD: Execute “Fan test”. Login → Tests → VF test → Fan test → OK.

362 For a few moments, the FC ventilation is activated. Verify if the air flows from beneath through the FC, leaving the box from the top. At the end of the test, the SMLCD shows the indication below, irrespective of the air flow direction.

If the air flow direction is not correct or the fan is not activated, refer to the ACVF diagnostics documentation.

FC

Fan

Test Success

[32353; 08.01.2010]

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 The DC link test checks the voltage supply, function of SGRW, SH, input rectifier, braking chopper, braking resistor and capacitor bank.  The precondition for the DC link test is a closed safety circuit.  If required and depending on the condition of the capacitor bank, the capacitors of the DC link will be reformed. This operation can take up to 5 minutes. DC Link Test

No

Step

363 SMLCD: Execute “DC link test”. Login → Tests → VF test → DC link test → OK. At the end of the test, the SMLCD shows:

DC

Link

Remarks –

Test Success

[32354; 08.01.2010]

 The current loop test checks the motor circuit IGBTs, the wiring from FC to MH, inductivity and load symmetry.  The precondition for the current loop test is a closed safety circuit. Current Loop Test

No

Step

364 SMLCD: Execute “Current loop test”. Login → Tests → VF test → CurrentLoopTst → OK. At the end of the test, the SMLCD shows:

Remarks –

CurrentLoopT st Success [32355; 08.01.2010]

 The zero position test detects any deviation between the rotor position and the encoder position. It determines at which degree of the encoder sine wave the motor poles are aligned.  Preconditions for the zero position test: – MH is of synchronous type (recognized from the Motor ID parameter). – MH is equipped with a sine wave encoder (recognized from the encoder type parameter). – The DC link and current loop test have been performed successfully. – The safety circuit is closed. – The test is carried out exactly as described (time-out). – The test should not be aborted before its completion (result could be an incorrect value).  The zero position test is not required for DR FML160/200.  A change of direction is allowed during the zero position test.  The duration of the test can be different at every attempt, even if performed at the same hoistway position.

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Zero Position Test

No

Step

Remarks

365 SMLCD: Execute the zero position test. Login → Tests → VF test → ZeroPositionTest → OK. Wait until the SMLCD shows:

The system is now ready for test travels.

ZeroPositionTest OK? [32357; 08.01.2010]

366 Press OK on the SMLCD.

367 When the message “Begin Test” appears, press the DRH-D button and do not release it (except in emergency) until the car has stopped. 368 Release the DRH-D button and wait for 3 to 5 seconds.

369 Repeat the last three steps as many times as necessary until 20 to 25 travels are the SMLCD shows: required. In case the test does not perform correctly, refer to the ACVF diagnostics ZeroPositionTest documentation.

Success [32358; 08.01.2010]

Zero Position Test Complete

No

Step

370 FC: Check the LEDs:  ERROR (red) = OFF  OK (green) = ON  PARAMETER (yellow) = OFF.

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Remarks “OK” LED ON means that all required parameters are available.

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Save and Verify Parameters

No

Step

Remarks

371 Save the motor control parameters: Login → Commands → Drv End Commis → OK. Wait until the SMLCD shows:

This saves the drive parameters on the non-volatile memory of GCIOCF PCBA.

? Drv End Success

Commis

[32351; 08.01.2010]

372 SMLCD: Verify TR (ZeroPos) ≠ 0: Login → Parameter → AcIndMotor → TR (ZeroPos)

If the value = 0, repeat the zero position test or refer to the VF diagnostics documentation.

373 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

Do not execute the “Inertia Estimation Test”. The inertia is already input as a parameter on the chip card.

Recall Travel Speed

 To increase or decrease the recall travel speed: – Press JHM. – Switch JRH to “RECALL”. – Increase or decrease the recall speed by pressing DRH-D (decrease) or DRH-U (increase) for a shorter or longer time (max. 10 seconds). – Release JHM. The recall speed is now higher or lower. If DRH-D or DRH-U are pressed for more than 10 seconds, the recall speed is set to the minimum or maximum value.  To set the recall travel speed to its default value: – Press JHM. – Switch JRH to “NORMAL”. – Switch JRH to “RECALL” again. – Release JHM. The recall speed is back to the default value.

Inspection Travel Speed

 To increase or decrease the inspection travel speed: – Press JHC. – Switch JREC to “INSPECTION”. – Change the inspection speed by pressing DREC-D (decrease) or DREC-U (increase) for a shorter or longer time (max. 10 seconds). – Release JHC. The inspection speed is now higher or lower.

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3.5 Preparation

Installation Travel without Car Node

No

Step

Remarks

374 AS: Check that the JMOF switch is still in position “1”.

375 Switch JRH to “RECALL” and JHM to “STOP” (pressed).

376 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

377 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the SMLCD shows:

A M? 0#01 1|| INS Install 0 . 0 0m / s [32360; 23.11.2010]

378 AS: Release JHM.

379 Press DRH-D: the car should travel downwards. Press DRH-U: the car should travel upwards.

380 Carry out a recall travel and check the operation of JHM.

381 Move the ESE panel to the car top. As cable extension, use the traveling cable and the adaptation plugs supplied with the plug kit ID 59325720 and follow the installation diagram. With this arrangement the car can be moved from the car top for completion of the hoistway installation. 382 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

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4 Summary

Installation Travel with Car Node

The following chapter describes the preparation of the car and the setup for the installation travel with car node. The travel is performed with the inspection panel (REC). WARNING Bypassing of safety devices Any bypassing of safety devices could result in death or serious injury or in damage to the installation.  The bypassing of safety devices in normal operation is strictly prohibited.  Do not use bypassing of safety devices if prohibited by local code.  The bypassing of safety devices is restricted to dedicated purposes and requires explicit instruction.  The ordered bypassing of safety devices requires appropriate precautionary measures.

4.1

Preconditions for the Installation Travel with Car Node

Installation travel with car node is only possible if the JMOF switch is ON before the JREC is switched to INSPECTION. If activated while JREC is in INSPECTION, the car will not travel, and JREC shall be switched to NORMAL and to INSPECTION again to allow traveling. Required Installations and Components

 The mechanical and electrical installation of the OKR is done according to the corresponding instructions.  The door drive is mechanically and electrically installed according to the corresponding instructions.  The traveling cable is definitely installed and routed into the OKR, but not plugged in.  After additional installations done on the car, the counterweight balancing must have been re-adjusted as follows: When the brake is manually open, an empty car moves upwards and a car with 60 kg load moves downwards.  The hoistway and car safety contacts are installed and wired to the control cabinet respectively OKR, but the cables are not yet plugged in.  The landing and car doors are closed and the door clutch is blocked in the closed position.

4.2

Car Preparation DANGER

Isolation of the Door from Power In any moment, do not unplug CANIC.POWT plug, because this does not assure complete isolation of the door drive from power and creates the danger of a exposed energized part. When isolating the door from power, ALWAYS remove the plug on the cable that comes from the door drive. Car Preparation

No

Step

400 Check that the following switches are turned OFF:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main lighting switch  SIS, control main switch.

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Remarks Refer to the installation diagrams.

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No

Step

Remarks

401 OKR.CANIC or CANICK: Check that the following connectors are unplugged:  POWC, power supply car  HK, traveling cable  SI and SISK, hoistway information  DOOR and 2DOOR, door drives  XCOP, GNT, LNC, ACS and JNFF, car operating panels  LC, car lighting  MVEC, car fan  SOA, alarm horn on car.

402 OKR, cable to the door drive: Disconnect the male plug that from the OKR goes to the door drive (marked POWT).

Do not unplug CANIC.POWT plug, because this does not assure complete isolation of the door drive from power.

403 OKR: Check that the plug XTT, telephone or intercom line, is unplugged.

404 OKR.CANIC(K): Plug in the following plugs:  UCC, safety gear, first load measurement sensor and alarm button below car  CLC2, second load measurement sensor  KTC and 2KTC (if present *), car door safety contacts  JHC1, stop switch in car operating panel (if present *)  JHC2, additional door drive stop switch (if present *)  KCBS, car blocking device  KNA, emergency exit safety contact (if present *)  REC, car inspection panel  PC, car socket outlet.

Refer to the installation diagrams.

405 Insert temporary bridges on the CANIC(K).SISK plug between pins 1-2, 3-4 and 5-6. Do not bridge pins 7-8.

406 Check for absence of electrical continuity between pins 1-2 and 1-4 of CANIC.HK.

407 Check for continuity between pins 1 and 3 of CANIC.HK:  Present, if inspection switch JREC is in “NORMAL” position.  Not present, if JREC is in “INSPECTION” position.

JHC not pressed

408 Check for continuity between pins 1-5 of CANIC.HK:  Present, if inspection switch JREC is in “NORMAL” position.  Not present, if JREC is in “INSPECTION” position and inspection enable button DREC-E is released (DREC-E if present. DREC-D or DREC-U, if DREC-E is not present).  Present, if JREC is in “INSPECTION” position and inspection enable button DREC-E is pressed (DREC-E if present. DREC-D or DREC-U, if DREC-E is not present).

JHC not pressed

409 Before leaving the car, ensure that:  JHC is in “NORMAL” (released) position  JREC is in “NORMAL” position.

410 Insert the traveling cable plug HK on CANIC(K) PCBA.

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Contacts marked with “*” must be replaced by bridges, if not present.

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No

Step

411 AS.ASIXB: Remove the jumper plugs on PEBO_SK, SKS and HK. Insert the plug on the cable from PEBO, shaft wiring and traveling cable. Insert ASIXB.PEBO plug, if PEBO is present

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Remarks If PEBO is present, its communication is established and the battery status checked. Empty batteries will prevent the elevator to enter normal travel afterwards

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4.3 Preparation

Installation Travel with the ESE Panel

No

Step

Remarks

412 AS: Check that the JMOF switch is still in position “1”.

413 AS.ASIXB: Check that the safety circuit is complete according to the installation diagram:  ARD, phase control relay  ESE, recall control station  KSS, slack rope device  PEBO_SK, manual electric rescue device  SKS, hoistway safety circuit  KBV, overspeed governor contact  HK, traveling cable  LDBCS, landing door bypass control  KV (a permanent bridge).

Depending on the status of the installation, some plugs can be replaced by appropriate bridges, marked for further removal.

414 Switch JRH to “RECALL” and JHM to “STOP” (pressed).

415 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

416 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the SMLCD shows:

At this moment, the main SW updates some node SW, downloading it into the bus. This process could delay the time the elevator takes to enter installation mode trip. Download process is acknowledged by a blinking “%” character on SMLCD upper right position.

A M? 0#01 1|| INS Install 0 . 0 0m / s [32360; 23.11.2010]

417 AS: Release JHM.

418 Press DRH-D: the car should travel downwards. Press DRH-U: the car should travel upwards.

419 Carry out a recall travel and check the operation of JHM.

420 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

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4.4 Car Preparation

Installation Travel with the REC Panel

No

Step

Remarks

421 AS.X1: Plug in the X1-1-1 connector.

422 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

423 Switch JREC to “INSPECTION” and JHC to “STOP” (pressed).

424 OKR: Check the voltage on the traveling cable POWC connector.

Refer to the installation diagrams.

425 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

426 OKR, CANIC(K), plug in the following connectors:  POWC, power supply car  LC, car light.

427 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

428 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the SMLCD shows:

A M? 0#01 1|| INS JHC On 0 . 0 0m / s [32365; 30.03.2012]

429 OKR, CANIC, check the following LEDs:  +24 V (green) DC supply, lit  CAN_ERR (red) CAN bus error, not lit  CAN_RUN (green) CAN bus activity, blinks.

430 OKR, release JHC.

431 Press DREC-D: the car should travel downwards. Press DREC-U: the car should travel upwards.

432 Carry out an inspection travel and check the operation of JHC.

433 Check the operation of the contacts on the safety circuit.

Refer to the installation diagrams.

434 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

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5

Preparation for Normal Travel

Summary

This chapter describes the activities to prepare the elevator for normal service.

Preconditions

All previous steps in the commissioning procedure have been carried out.

5.1 Preparation

No

Door Drive Connection Step

Remarks

500 Remove any mechanical stops of the door operation.

501 OKR, CANIC(K), plug in the following connectors:  DOOR, DC supply and bus for front door drive  2DOOR, DC supply and bus for front door drive (if present).

502 OKR, connect the male plug, marked POWT, that from the OKR goes to the door drive.

503 REC, check if JREC is still on “INSPECTION” position.

504 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

505 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the SMLCD shows:

The indication of the rear door (2 | |) only appears if the door is configured on the chip card.

A 0#01 1|| Install

M? 2|| INS 0 . 0 0m / s

[32366; 07.07.2010]

506 Check CAN LED (green) on door drive HMI. The LED is lit permanently if the CAN communication with the door is OK.

If not OK, refer to the door drive diagnostics documents.

507 REC: Set JREC switch to “NORMAL”.

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5.2

Configuration of ASIXB I/Os

Only to be performed if there are ASIXB I/Os to be configured.

Service Visit Activation

No

Step

Remarks

508 SMLCD: Activate “Service Visit” to disable the monitoring of critical I/Os. Login → Commands → Service Visit → ON → OK.

A blinking “*” on the SMLCD and an acoustic signal indicate that the elevator is in “Service Visit” mode.

509 SMLCD: Activate the I/O configuration process. Login → Commands → Program I/O function. A scrolling list of all PCBA types with configurable I/Os appears:

The ASIXB PCBA is identified by the word “LOCAL”.

Pro >LO CO BL

gram CAL P IN

I/O

Func

[37437; 29.10.2010]

510 Scroll down the list until the PCBA type to be programmed appears and press OK. A list of the instances related to the selected PCBA is shown:

LOCAL BOARD

1/1

[37438; 29.10.2010]

511 Scroll down the list until the instance of the PCBA to be programmed appears and press OK. A list of the available I/Os of the selected PCBA is shown, indicating their present status:

P P P P

0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4

N N N N

o o o o

t t t t

a a a a

s s s s

s s s s

i i i i

g g g g

n n n n

e e e e

d d d d

[37439; 29.10.2010]

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No

Step

Remarks

512 Scroll down the list until the I/O to be programmed appears Only the selected and press OK. Using the up or down arrows, change the I/O value is shown. The function and press OK. order is alphabetic by I/O function acronym.

BMK IO list = Not assigned

[37440; 29.10.2010]

513 The selected I/O is shown associated with the chosen BMK. “RNO” is an example. Confirm with OK.

BMK RNO

program

[37441; 29.10.2010]

514 Press OK again.

“RNO” is an example.

BMK program = RNO OK? [37442; 29.10.2010]

515 Press OK again to confirm.

Program Success

The system stores the function on the PCBA.

IO

list

[37443; 29.10.2010]

516 Press ESC to return to the list of the available I/Os.

517 Configure all other I/Os required, repeating the preceding steps as many times as required.

518 Use the SMLCD to store (“freeze”) the configuration in the elevator non-volatile memory: Login → Commands → Freeze Node Tr. → OK.

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No

Step

Remarks

519 Check the result of the process on the uppermost left corner of the SMLCD:  “?” – Freeze not completed yet  “?” (blinking) – Executing freeze command  “!” – Freeze completed, configuration contains changes since last freeze  “!” (blinking) – Freeze command not successful  (no display) – Freeze completed, configuration does not contain any changes since last freeze.

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6

* Load Measurement Commissioning

Summary

This chapter describes the commissioning of the load measurement system.

Preconditions

 All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out.  The final balancing of the elevator has been done. Floor-depending zero load calibration: To compensate the effects of the guide rail alignment on the detection of small loads, an automatic calibration procedure (steps 611 … 613) is required. This procedure must only be performed after completion of the final guide rail adjustment and repeated after every guide rail adjustment.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

600 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

601 Place the car on the floors where calibration weights are available.

The calibration weight is 25 … 100 % GQ.

602 Make sure that the car is empty.

603 Open the car door using SMLCD: Login → Command → Door → Side 1 or 2 → Open → OK. 604 As soon as the car door is open, switch ON JRH to keep the door open during the calibration process.

605 Acquire the zero load reference point with SMLCD: The control reads the Commands → CLC Commission → Zero Load Cal → OK. load sensor output and Wait for the message “Success” on the SMLCD. associates it with the empty car. 606 Place the calibration weight in the car.

607 Initiate the known load reference point in SMLCD: Commands → CLC Commission → Ref Load Cal.

SMLCD shows the entry screen for the known load value.

608 Set the new load value and press OK. Wait for the message “Success” on the SMLCD.

The control reads the load sensor output and associates it with the new load value.

609 Remove the load from the car, assuring the car is empty again. Switch JRH OFF to allow the door to close.

610 Initiate the acquisition of the rope compensation values with SMLCD: Commands → CLC Commission → Rope Comp → OK.

The elevator travels to the top and bottom terminal floors to acquire the zero load values at the top and bottom floor.

611 Initiate the acquisition of the floor-dependent zero load calibration values with SMLCD: Commands → CLC Commission → FloorAdjTravel → OK. 612 Select whether the elevator has a compensation or not.

613 Start the calibration travel.

The elevator travels to each floor to acquire the zero load value at each floor.

614 Exit CLC commissioning by pressing the ESC button.

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Non-linearity and lack of resolution of the load measurement system can make the detection of small loads uncertain, resulting in car call cancellation or wrong operation of the standby power management. The next steps will adjust the detection threshold of the control to 50 kg, discarding the above mentioned limitations. Minimal Load Adjustment

No

Step

Remarks

615 Set the elevator into reservation service with SMLCD: Commands → Services → Service JRV→ ON→ OK. 616 Place a 50 kg load at the center of the car. 617 Access SMLCD menu: Status → LM load and frequency. 618 Travel to every floor using car calls (ESC + UP together, select floor and side, OK) and write down the value shown as “Load” when the elevator is at standstill on the floor. 619 Return to the floor where the load can be removed. 620 Remove the load. 621 Access SMLCD menu: Parameter → Car→ minimal load and modify the value with UP and DOWN buttons to 1 kg less than the smallest retrieved load value on step 618. 622 Confirm with OK. 623 Check the operation of load measurement system.

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7

Measuring Travel

Summary

This chapter describes the preparation and execution of the control measuring travel.

Preconditions

    

All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out. The door drive has been commissioned according to the corresponding documentation. SALSIS has been commissioned according to the corresponding documentation. Load measurement commissioning has been completed successfully. The operation of all safety contacts has been verified.

Contrary to previous releases, the measuring travel can now be started from any position within the travel height.  If started from any position above 2 m from the bottom floor, the car travels down to the bottom floor and then up to the top floor.  If started from any position below 2 m from the bottom floor, the car travels up to 2 m from the bottom floor, then down to the bottom floor and up to the top floor. Car unbalance for drive torque adjustment: For control SW version > 10.07.00, the values of the car unbalance on the top and bottom are acquired during the measuring travel. These car unbalance values are available on the SMLCD: Parameters → Unbalance → Unbalance top and Unbalance bottom

7.1 Measuring Travel Execution

No

Measuring Travel Execution Step

Remarks

700 Check that the following switches are still turned OFF:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

701 Remove the bridges which were inserted during the car preparation (see section “Car”) from the CANIC.SISK plug (step 404) and plug in the SALSIS cable instead.

702 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

Ensure that the car door remains closed during the boot sequence.

703 Wait until the boot sequence has been completed and the SMLCD displays the elevator status.

Negative feedback if the load measurement system:  Produces errors  Has not been found commissioned.

704 Move the car using the recall control and observe if the LUET LED on the ASIXB PCBA shows the traveling through the door zones correctly.

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NOTICE Getting Trapped During Measuring Travel If the car gets blocked during measuring travel, unblocking of the car has to be performed at the control cabinet. A technician staying in the car, on the car roof or in the hoistway during measuring travel could get trapped and therefore would depend on outside help for rescue and unblocking the car. Always initiate measuring travel from a safe location. LM Disable

No

Step

Remarks

705 Use the SMLCD to disable the load measurement: Login → Commands → LM disable → ON → OK

706 AS, start the measuring travel:  Activate the measuring travel on the SMLCD: Login → Commands → Special Trips → JLF → OK  Follow the instructions on the SMLCD  Set the JMOF switch to “0”  Set JRH to “NORMAL”.

707 The measuring travel starts. During the travel, the floor is shown at “XX”:

A 0#XX 1 Learn

M? DIS 2 INS 0 . 8 0m / s

[39370; 07.04.2011]

 If the traction media monitoring parameters are not set, perform the steps according to chapter 7.2 “Traction Media Monitoring Setup” and chapter 7.4 “Final Check”.  If the traction media monitoring parameters are set, the elevator automatically continues with the steps described in paragraph “Measuring Travel Procedure Continued”.

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7.2 Traction Media Designation

Traction Media Monitoring Setup

The manufacturing date is printed on the back side of the Traction Media as follows:

1 2

3

[39401; 19.04.2011]

1 2 3 Traction Media Monitoring Setup

Monday … Sunday (1 … 7) Week (01 … 52) Year (04 … 99)

708 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the display on the SMLCD shows:

DIS A M? 0#01 1-TMMB IniPara BOOT

The TMMB indication appears only if the system misses the parameters for the traction media monitoring.

[39371; 07.04.2011]

709 Use the SMLCD to check the correct control date: Status → Date & Time

Correct the control date, if necessary. Go to: Parameter → System → Date.

710 Use the SMLCD to enable the parameter configuration of the traction media monitoring: Login → Commands → TracMediaMon → ConfigChangeEna → OK

Once the parameter configuration of the traction media monitoring is enabled, one minute remains to start the configuration changes.

ConfigChangeEna Success

[36025; 06.07.2010]

711 Start the TMM parameter configuration on the SMLCD: Parameters → TractionMediaMon → STMInstallData. The system asks for the confirmation of the commission number. Confirm with OK.

712 The SMLCD displays the first belt. Confirm with OK.

Belt =1

Number

[36026; 06.07.2010]

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713 The SMLCD asks for the TM manufacturing date: Edit the TM manufacturing date and confirm with OK.

“d” values are from 1 to 7 (day of week).

TMManufactDate 10.12.1 YY ww d [36031; 04.11.2010]

714 The SMLCD returns to the belt number screen. Change the The number of belts is a chip card parameter. belt number to the next one and insert the belt manufacturing date. Repeat the process for all belts in the system. 715 After the last TM manufacturing date has been entered, the SMLCD asks for the installation date (valid for all TMs) and displays the present control clock date. If necessary, change the installation date and confirm with OK.

STMInstallDate 10.06.23 YY mm dd [36032; 04.11.2010]

7.3

Brake Emergency Stop Monitoring Setup

Summary

To provide an early warning through telemonitoring, that the brake pad life is reaching its end, the CO MX software counts the number of emergency stops the elevator has performed. The software issues:  A warning via telemonitoring when the first number has arrived  A controlled blocking of the elevator, when the second number is reached. The two limit numbers are written on the chip card, but the function must be initialized during the elevator’s commissioning according to the following steps.

Preconditions

Brake IDs have been collected from the machine and written down to be put in the control during the setup procedure.

Brake Emergency Stop Monitoring Setup

716 After the TMM initialization is finished, the display on the SMLCD shows:

A M? DIS 0#01 1-BESC IniPara BOO T

The BESC indication appears only if the system misses the parameters for the brake emergency stop monitoring.

[40835; 28.09.2011]

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717 Use the SMLCD to enable the parameter configuration of the brake emergency stop monitoring: Login → Commands → BrakeMonEmgStp → ConfigChangeEna → OK

ConfigChangeEna Success

[36025; 06.07.2010]

718 Select the first parameter to be set on the SMLCD: Parameters → BrakeMonEmgStp → BrakeID1

719 Adjust the brake ID1 value with up/down arrows and press OK.

720 Enable again the parameter configuration with SMLCD: Login → Commands → BrakeMonEmgStp → ConfigChangeEna → OK.

721 Select the next parameter to be set on the SMLCD: Parameters → BrakeMonEmgStp → BrakeID2

722 Adjust the brake ID2 value with up/down arrows and press OK.

723 Exit the parameter configuration.

7.4 Measuring Travel Procedure

Final Check

724 The measuring travel is finished. The SMLCD shows:

A 0#01 1 NORMAL

M? DIS 2 N 0.0 0m/ s

[39372; 04.08.2011]

Measuring travel of 725 Using the car calls from the SMLCD, send the car to each available floor and access side, assuring that one door cycle the door drive. (open – close) is done at each floor: Login → Commands → Car call → Floor → Entry side → OK.

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8

* Manual Evacuation

8.1

PEBO – Pulse Electric Brake Opening

Summary

This chapter describes the connection and checking of the Pulse Electric Brake Opening (PEBO) device. This device is used for the manual evacuation of a trapped passenger in case of power failure.

Preconditions

All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out. The release of the PEBO pulse is subjected to the following conditions:  Absence of NGL supply  LUET signal inactive. The device is powered by two battery packs. Their sizes depend on the requirements of the hoisting machine brake.

General

No

Step

Remarks

800 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

801 AS, connect the NGL_PEBO and PEBO_KBV plugs.

802 MH, verify if the PEBO cable is connected to the machine terminal box.

803 PEBO, connect the following plugs:  BATT1 and BATT2  NGL  AS1 and AS2.

804 PEBO, connect the MGBC cable and close the PEBO box.

805 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

806 PEBO, check the following LEDs:  BAT-WARN1, supervision of battery pack 1, not lit  BAT-WARN2, supervision of battery pack 2, not lit  OUT_ERR1, error on output 1, not lit  OUT_ERR2, error on output 2, not lit  VBAT1, voltage from battery pack 1, lit  VBAT2, voltage from battery pack 2, lit.

If any BAT_WARN LED is lit, wait until the battery packs are fully charged (LED OFF).

807 Use the recall control to place the empty car approximately 300 mm below any door zone.

808 Turn OFF the JH main power switch.

809 Turn ON the JEM switch and press the DEM button. The hoisting machine brakes open for a short time and the car moves upwards, dragged by the load unbalance.

810 Continue pressing the DEM button until the car reaches the door zone (LUET LED ON on ASIXB PCBA). From this moment on, the brake opening is inactive. The evacuation progress can be observed by the distance to the nearest floor indicated in the fourth line on the SMLCD.

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No

Step

Remarks

811 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

8.2

* SIPS + BCM 2002/03

Summary

This chapter describes the commissioning of the manual evacuation performed by BCM 2002/03 and supplied by the Short Interruption Power Supply (SIPS) device. It is used for the manual evacuation of a trapped passenger in case of power failure.

Preconditions

All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out. The release of the PEBO pulse is subjected to the following conditions:  Absence of NGL supply  LUET signal inactive. The supply device is powered by two batteries, whose capacity depends on the requirements of the hoisting machine brake and the maximum distance between the floors of the building.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

812 Configure the function KMEBATOK on the input 2 (pin 4) of ASIXB PCBA.

General procedure is described on chapter 5.2.

813 Access the KMEBATOK with SMLCD menu: Status → Board I/O → LOCAL → KMEBATOK

814 Make a temporary connection between ASIXB.IO pins 1, 4 and check if the input status changes.

815 Switch off JH.

816 Connect the battery plug inside the SIPS box.

817 Switch on JH.

818 AS, BCM, check the LED indication:  Green LED WDG1 and WDG2 blinking (only BCM 2002)  Red LED OVLT and ERR off  Yellow LED EM off. 819 Check the voltage on ASIXB.IO:4.

A 24 V reading indicates a battery with enough charge to perform the manual evacuation. If the voltage is 0, allow some time for the batteries to be recharged.

820 Verify the correct operation of the brake control module in inspection and normal trips.

821 Note down the distance from the nearest floor informed on the SMLCD fourth line. For BCM 2003 only, set PEBO PULSE LENGTH rotary switch to position 0 (150 ms pulse).

822 Use the recall control to place the empty car approximately 300 mm above the bottom floor.

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No

Step

Remarks

823 Switch off JH.

824 Turn ON the JEM switch. BCRM 2002 or BCM 2003 LED EM starts to blink, indicating the manual evacuation mode. 825 Press the DEM button. The hoisting machine brakes open for a short time and the car moves upwards, dragged by the load unbalance. Compare the distance to the nearest floor with the one noted down previously. The system commissioning instruction defines a maximum displacement per pulse. 826 For BCM 2003 only, adjust PEBO PULSE LENGTH rotary switch to increase the distance per pulse until the biggest value below the maximum from the system commissioning is reached. 827 Continue pressing the DEM button until the car reaches the The evacuation door zone (LUET LED ON in ASIXB PCBA). From this progress can be moment on, the brake opening is inactive. observed by the distance to the nearest floor indicated in the fourth line on the SMLCD. 828 Turn JEM off and JH on.

829 For BCM 2003 only, mark on the provided label the rotary position that was defined during the procedure.

830 Allow the elevator to return to normal operation mode.

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Car I/O

Summary

This chapter describes the connection and checking of the car I/O.

Preconditions

All previous steps in the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out. If, during the commissioning process, “Er” is indicated on the COP display, exit and re-enter the configuration process again.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

900 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

901 OKR, CANIC(K): Connect the XCOP, ACS, JNFF, LNC and GNT plugs.

902 COP: Connect the cable from the second COP (if present) to the XCOP2 plug. 903 COP2: Connect the cable from the third COP (if present) to the XCOP2 plug.

904 COP3: Connect the cable from the fourth COP (if present) to the XCOP2 plug. 905 COP, COP2, COP3, COP4, on CANCPG PCBA (if present): Only for FI GS COP. Verify the setup of the DIP switches: Access Side COP

DIP1

DIP2

DIP3

Front

ON

OFF

OFF

COP2 Rear

ON

OFF

ON

COP3 Front

ON

ON

OFF

COP4 Rear

ON

ON

ON

906 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

907 In all COPs, the bus communication is established, and a buzzer sounds.

908 FI GS COP, CANCPG PCBA: Check the following LEDs:  +24V (green), DC supply, lit  CAN_ERR (red), CAN bus error, not lit  CAN_RUN (green), CAN bus activity, blinks.

909 FI GL COP, SCOPx PCBA, check the following LEDs:  SWDLD (yellow), SW download, not lit  WDG (green), processor activity, blinks.

910 Move the car with the inspection or recall control to a position where the car can be entered and block it there with open doors pressing JHM.

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911 Verify that all COPs show the current car position on their position indicator. If capacitive COP buttons are installed, continue with the verification of the COP configurable inputs and outputs.

Steps 912 to 916 are not applicable for capacitive FI GL COP, where the association of the button to a specific floor name is fixed.

912 Start the COP button configuration in the SMLCD. Login → Commands → Teach-in COP.

913 Select the main entry side associated with the COP you want for the teach-in.

The main entry side is the one selected with DIP3 (front = OFF, rear = ON).

914 Select the position of the COP you want for the teach-in.

The position is the one selected with DIP2 (position 1 = OFF, position 2 = ON).

915 Start teach-in process, selecting the option “ON”. The selected COP beeps and shows “CP” on its position indicator.

916 Access the COP to teach and press the door open button (DT-O or 2.DT-O) that corresponds to the side to be taughtin. The position indicator shows the lowest floor available on this access side.

It is possible that the side to teach-in does not correspond to the main access side selected by DIP3.

917 Press the car call button that corresponds to this floor, then press DT-O. The COP beeps and shows “AC” on the display. If there is no car call button corresponding to the indicated floor on the COP being taught, press only DT-O. 918 Press DT-O again. The COP beeps and shows the next floor number available for this access side. 919 Repeat the last three steps until the uppermost floor on this access side is configured. At this point, position indicator shows “CP” again.

920 If there are no car calls associated to the other access side on this COP, jump to step 922. If there are, press the door open button (DT-O or 2.DT-O) corresponding to the opposite access side. 921 Repeat the steps 917 to 919 for the second access side, until the position display shows “CP” again. 922 Exit the COP button configuration mode. Commands → Teach-in COP → COP Teach-in → Select COP → OFF → OK. The SMLCD shows “Success”.

923 Verify the configuration of the COP configurable inputs and outputs:  FI GL COP has four configurable inputs.  FI GS COP has six configurable lamps and six configurable inputs. It is supplied with a label that shows the function of each configurable I/O. 924 Start the I/O configuration in the SMLCD. Login → Commands → Program_IOFunct → COP.

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925 A list of the available COPs (up to four) is shown. Select the COP to be programmed and press OK.  In case of FI GS, the COP number (1, 2, 3 or 4) is a function of its DIP switch setting.  In case of FI GL, COP is the one at the end of the chain, and COP2 is between CANCPG and COP.

C B B B

O o o o

P ardId:11 ardId:12 ardId:21

COP is board ID 11. COP2 is board ID 12. COP3 is board ID 21. COP4 is board ID 22. Only the already taught in COPs are shown.

1/1

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926 A list of the available I/O of the selected COP is shown, indicating their present status:

I I I I

1 2 3 4

: : : :

N N N N

o o o o

t t t t

a a a a

s s s s

s s s s

i i i i

g g g g

n n n n

e e e e

d d d d

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927 Scroll down the list until the I/O to be programmed appears, Only the selected and press OK. value is shown.

BMK I/O =VLL-X

I/Os are shown in alphabetic order by the I/O function acronym.

list

Output names are preceded by the character “V”. Example: VLL-X for overload lamp.

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928 Use the up or down arrows to change the I/O function. Press OK.

BMK program =JNFFP

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929 Press OK again to confirm.

Program Success

I/O

list

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930 The system stores the function. Return by pressing ESC.

931 Configure all other I/Os required, repeating the preceding steps as many times as required.

932 Release the car, switch off JHM and/or JRH.

933 For all COPs, verify that:  The car calls are acknowledged and answered.  The door open and close buttons are operative.  The car position indicator and direction arrows work correctly.  The key switches and additional lamp elements function properly.

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10

Elevator I/O

Summary

This chapter describes the connection and checking of the elevator I/Os.

Preconditions

All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out.

10.1 Preparation

Preparation

No

Step

Remarks

1000 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

1001 AS, ASIXA: Plug-in the LOP connector.

1002 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

Landing Bus Systems

There are two possible landing bus systems:  BIO2 bus, used in elevators with PI/KA/KS control. The commissioning procedures are described in the section “Commissioning BIO2 Landing Bus Fixtures” and in the section “Additional Settings for BIO2 I/O Interfaces”.  CAN bus, used in elevators with M10 control. The commissioning procedures are described in the section “Commissioning CAN Bus Fixtures” and in the section “Additional Settings for CAN I/O Interfaces”.

Floor Call Architectures

There are two possible architectures for the floor calls shared by two elevators:  When FI GL fixtures are present, the architecture called “landing bus switching” transfers the LOP nodes from one elevator to the other by means of a device called SBBD PCBA if one of the elevators is powered off.  When FI GS fixtures are present, the architecture called “landing call button switching” transfers calls only from one elevator to the other by means of relays inside the LOP PCBA, if one of the elevators is powered off. Both architectures require special actions during the landing device teach-in (see the corresponding section below). For details on the architectures, refer to document – EJ 41320500 Technical Information and Configuration.

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10.2

Commissioning BIO2 Landing Bus Fixtures

 The BIO2 bus landing fixtures require a “teach-in” process, where the associated floor and access side of the fixtures are stored on the fixture PCBA. After that process, the elevator is able to recall the information at every reset of the power cycle through the scanning process.  After power on, single or double reset, wait until the SMLCD messages concerning scan are erased before starting to teach-in the fixtures.  SMLCD has a function to erase the configuration resulting from any previous teach-in, which allows starting from virgin nodes. The function erases the configuration of all nodes connected to the bus at the moment of its activation. To enable this function, use the sequence Login → Commands → Clear BIO nodes.  If a node has to be taught-in a second time, for example to be installed in another floor, set its inputs to “not configured” before performing the teach-in process.  In certain cases of grouped elevators, some elevators might only have LIP and no LOP. The elevators with LIP only cannot be taught-in via the normal process due to the absence of a landing call button. In this case, the teach-in process is done in the machine room or near the MRL cabinet, following the instructions described in section “Teach-in LIP Nodes in Elevators without LOP” instead of the steps 1003 … 1017 described in paragraph “Teach-in Procedure” of this section. Teach-In Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1003 Release all floor access restrictions before starting the teach-in.

Floors with restricted access are not served during teach-in.

1004 Use the SMLCD to disable the load measurement. Login → Commands → LM disable → ON → OK.

1005 Perform a single reset on the GCIOCF PCBA before starting teach-in.

1006 Call the elevator to the floor where the MRL cabinet is installed or to the top floor in case of a MMR installation. Login → Commands → Car call → Floor → OK.

1007 Press the reset button on the GCIOCF PCBA and wait until the SMLCD messages concerning the scan process disappear from the SMLCD. 1008 Use the SMLCD to activate the teach-in process. Login → Commands → Teach-in → Teach-in LOP → ON → OK. Doors are open and remain open. The position indication shows the floor where the car was parked, and the SMLCD shows:

A A#01 1 NORMAL

DIS M? 2 JTI 0 . 0 0m / s

If LIP is already present on the system, LIP will indicate out-ofservice. If the car is at a floor that does not allow boarding, a car call from SMLCD can be entered to bring the car to any suitable floor for boarding and start of the teach-in sequence.

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Step

Remarks

1009 Enter the car and give a call to the floor where the fixture to During teach-in, only one car call per trip is be taught-in is installed. Start with the bottom floor. accepted. The car travels to the floor, opens the door and keeps it open.  If there are two selectively operated doors on the specific floor, enter the car call to the floor and access where the device is located.  If there are two parallel operated doors on the specific floor, the front doors open first, and the devices of the front side are taught-in. A further call to the same floor closes the front doors and opens the rear doors. Then, the rear door devices are taught-in. 1010 Exit the car within 12 seconds from the moment when the doors are fully open and press the floor call up (DE-U) button until the acknowledge lamps of all buttons and the direction arrows of the LIP, if present, light up for approximately 3 seconds. The COP beeps three times. If a SLCUX interface is present, COP beeps two more times.

Note: If there is only one button on the LOP, press it irrespective of the direction indicated.

1011 Re-enter the car and make a call to the next floor (and access, if selective control is present) where a device has to be taught-in. 1012 Repeat the process until all fixtures are taught-in. 1013 When the process is complete, travel back to the floor and access closest to the control cabinet and exit the teach-in mode. Login → Commands → Teach-in → Teach-in LOP → OFF → OK.

1014 Perform a single reset and wait until the SMLCD messages concerning scanning are erased. 1015 Use the SMLCD to store (“freeze”) the configuration in the elevator non-volatile memory. Login → Commands → Freeze Node Tr. → OK.

1016 Check the result of the process on the uppermost left corner of the SMLCD.  “?” – Freeze not completed yet  “?” (blinking) – Executing freeze command  “!” – Freeze completed, configuration contains changes since last freeze  “!” (blinking) – Freeze command not successful  (no display) – Freeze completed, configuration does not contain any changes since last freeze. 1017 Travel to all floors and check that:  All the floor calls are operative.  Position indicators and direction arrows are operating correctly.

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10.2.1

Teach-in LIP Nodes in Elevators without LOP

The teach-in of the LIP nodes is performed in the machine room or near the MRL cabinet. The nodes are connected one by one to the bus using a “LIP teach-in cable” (ID No 59710736), which is available as an option. The cable connects the LIP to the ASIXB.LOP plug. Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1018 Disconnect the ASIXB.LOP plug.

1019 Release all floor access restrictions before starting the teach-in.

Floors with restricted access are not served during teach-in.

1020 Use the SMLCD to disable the load measurement. Login → Commands → LM disable → ON → OK.

1021 Perform a single reset on the GCIOCF PCBA before starting teach-in.

1022 Press the reset button on the GCIOCF PCBA and wait until the SMLCD messages concerning the scan process disappear from the SMLCD. 1023 Use the SMLCD to activate the teach-in process. Login → Commands → Teach-in → Teach-in LOP → ON → OK. Doors are opened and remain open. The position indication shows the floor where the car was parked, and the SMLCD displays:

A A#01 1 NORMAL

DIS M? 2 JTI 0 . 0 0m / s

If LIP is already present on the system, LIP indicates out-of-service. If the car is at a floor that does not allow boarding, a car call from SMLCD can be entered to bring the car to any suitable floor for boarding and start of the teach-in sequence.

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1024 Connect a button to the LIP.DE-U plug and the LIP node to ASIXB using the cables of the LIP teach-in kit. 1025 Use the SMLCD to enter a call to the floor where the LIP has to be taught-in: Commands → Car Call. The car will move to the floor, and the doors open.

1026 Within 12 seconds from the moment the doors are fully open, press and hold the button connected to the LIP. Wait until the LIP acknowledges the teach in (direction arrows light up), then release the button. 1027 On the LIP, mark the floor that has been taught-in.

1028 Disconnect the LIP from the bus and the button and connect the next LIP in the same way.

1029 Repeat steps 1025 … 1028 until all LIPs are taught-in.

1030 When all LIPs are taught-in, exit the teach-in mode: Commands → Teach-in LOP → OFF → OK.

1031 Install the LIP on each floor and connect it to the landing bus.

1032 Return to the control cabinet and reconnect the ASIB.LOP plug.

1033 Perform a single reset and wait until the SMLCD scanning messages have been erased.

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Step

Remarks

1034 Use the SMLCD to store (“freeze”) the configuration in the elevator non-volatile memory. Login → Commands → Freeze Node Tr. → OK.

1035 Check the result of the process on the uppermost left corner of the SMLCD.  “?” – Freeze not completed yet  “?” (blinking) – Executing freeze command  “!” – Freeze completed, configuration contains changes since last freeze  “!” (blinking) – Freeze command not successful  (no display) – Freeze completed, configuration does not contain any changes since last freeze. 1036 Travel to all floors and check if the position indicators operate correctly.

10.2.2 Summary

The direction arrows are not verified at this stage. Verification is done when the elevator is connected in a group and floor calls can be entered.

Additional Procedure for Elevators with Shared Floor Calls

An elevator shall have floor call buttons to have its node teached-in. Some elevators share the floor calls, than the buttons are connected to one of the elevators, depending on the state of the power supply to the transfer relay embedded on the FI GS LOP (see schema S 274906, page 3) or on the 3rd party interface transfer switch PCBA (BS1.Q, see S 274906, page 8). The overall principle to teach-in landing node of those elevators is:  Switch “elevator A” power ON and “elevator B” power OFF. Perform teach-in for all LOPs or LIPs of “elevator A”.  Switch “elevator A” power OFF and “elevator B” power ON. Perform teach-in for all LOPs or LIPs of “elevator B”.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1037 Identify which elevator has its nodes connected on DE1 plug of LOPBG PCBA (FI GS) or A_XDE_D/U plug on BS 1.Q PCBA (3rd party fixtures). This elevator is “elevator A”. The other elevator to share the calls is “elevator B”. 1038 Turn ON JH switch in elevator A and OFF in elevator B. If the main switch cannot be disconnected, unplug ASIXB.LOP plug on “elevator B”.

1039 Perform the teach-in process as described steps 1003-1017 for “elevator A”. 1040 Check if elevator A is serving landing calls.

1041 Turn OFF JH switch in elevator A and ON in elevator B. If the main switch cannot be disconnected, unplug ASIXB.LOP plug on elevator A and plug ASIXB.LOP plug on “elevator B”.

1042 Perform the teach-in process as described steps 1003-1017 for “elevator B”. 1043 Check if “elevator B” is serving landing calls.

1044 Switch ON JH on “elevator A” or plug ASIXB.LOP plug on “elevator A”.

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10.3

Additional Settings for BIO2 I/O Interfaces

Only to be performed if there are BIO bus I/Os to be configured.

BIO2 Devices with Configurable I/Os

There are several types of BIO2 devices that have configurable I/Os:  LIPs or LOPs, where normally switches or lamp I/Os are configured. These nodes are taught-in initially as described in the section “Commissioning BIO2 Landing Bus Fixtures”.  SLCUX PCBA, used for I/Os located at a floor, for example floor-on-fire inputs (RSPE-k) or floor lighting control outputs (RFBE-k). These nodes are taught-in together with the associated LOP or LIP, according to the section “Commissioning BIO2 Landing Bus Fixtures”.  BIOGIO PCBA, normally used for MR or building interface I/Os. These nodes require no teach-in. They are recognized by the system as soon as a scan process is run with them connected in the bus. All these PCBAs require the function of each input or output to be assigned, following the process described in the following section.

BIOGIO PCBA

No

Step

Remarks

1045 BIOGIO PCBA only: Check if the configuration switches are set correctly to avoid two PCBAs on the bus having the same address. Possible combinations are:

PCBA BIOGIO1 BIOGIO2 BIOGIO3

CFG1 ON OFF ON

The maximum number of BIOGIO PCBAs that can exist in the system is three.

CFG2 OFF ON ON

[32886; 07.07.2010]

1046 Activate “Service Visit” with the SMLCD to disable the monitoring of critical I/Os: Login → Commands → Service Visit → ON → OK.

A blinking “*” on the SMLCD and an acoustic signal indicate that the elevator is in “Service Visit” mode.

1047 Use the SMLCD to activate the I/O configuration process. Login → Commands → Program IO function. A scrolling list of all PCBA types with configurable I/Os (not only BIO bus PCBAs) appears:

Pro >LO CO BL

gramIOFunc CAL P IN [36045; 07.07.2010]

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Step

Remarks

1048 Scroll down the list until the PCBA type to be programmed appears and press OK. A list of the instances related to the selected PCBA is shown:

B k k k

L : : :

IN 1 SZ:1 1 SZ:2 2 SZ:1

1/2

[36046; 07.07.2010]

1049 Scroll down the list until the instance of the PCBA to be programmed appears and press OK. A list of the available I/Os of the selected PCBA is shown, indicating their present status:

I1 I2

Not Not

assigned assigned

[36047; 07.07.2010]

1050 Scroll down the list until the I/O to be programmed appears Only the selected and press OK. Using the up or down arrows, change the I/O value is shown. function and press OK: The order is alphabetic by I/O function acronym. BMK IO list

=

Not

as sign ed

[36048; 07.07.2010]

1051 The selected I/O is shown associated with the chosen BMK. Confirm with OK.

BMK JAB

program

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Step

Remarks

1052 Press OK again.

BMK program = JAB O K? [36051; 07.07.2010]

1053 Press OK again to confirm.

Program Success

I/O

list

[36041; 07.07.2010]

1054 The system stores the function on the PCBA. Return by pressing ESC.

1055 Configure all other I/Os required, repeating the preceding steps as many times as required.

1056 Perform a single reset and wait until the SMLCD messages concerning scanning are erased. 1057 Use the SMLCD to store (“freeze”) the configuration in the elevator non-volatile memory: Login → Commands → Freeze Node Tr. → OK.

1058 Check the result of the process on the uppermost left corner of the SMLCD:  “?” – Freeze not completed yet  “?” (blinking) – Executing freeze command  “!” – Freeze completed, configuration contains changes since last freeze  “!” (blinking) – Freeze command not successful  (no display) – Freeze completed, configuration does not contain any changes since last freeze. 1059 Perform a double reset. Wait until the SMLCD messages concerning scanning are erased.

1060 Deactivate “Service Visit”: Login → Command → Service Visit → OFF → OK.

1061 Verify the operation of all configured I/Os.

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10.4

Additional Settings for CAN I/O Interfaces

Only to be performed if there are CAN bus I/Os to be configured.

CAN Devices with Configurable I/Os

There are several types of CAN devices that have configurable I/Os:  CANGIOs in the car  CANGIOs on the landing bus  ZRTL +IODB or IOX PCBA, inside the ZL3 terminals All these PCBAs require the function of each input or output to be assigned, following the process described in the following section.

CANGIO PCBA

No

Step

Remarks

1062 CANGIO PCBA only: Check if the configuration switches are set:  Node ID switch shall be set to a unequivocal number in the elevator. There shall not be two CANGIO PCBAs with the same node ID.  BAUD switch shall be set according the bus the PCB is connected to: 125 (kbits/s) for the nodes on the car and 50 for the nodes on the landing bus.  TERM switch shall be in OFF position for all boards, except if there is a board at the end of the landing bus. In this case the TERM switch of this board shall be set to ON.

The maximum number of CANGIO PCBAs that can exist in the system is sixteen.

1063 Activate “Service Visit” with the SMLCD to disable the monitoring of critical I/Os: Login → Commands → Service Visit → ON → OK.

A blinking “*” on the SMLCD and an acoustic signal indicate that the elevator is in “Service Visit” mode.

1064 Use the SMLCD to activate the I/O configuration process. Login → Commands → Program IO function A scrolling list of all PCBA types with configurable I/Os appears – not only CAN bus PCBAs:

P L B C

r O I A

o C O N

g A G G

ramIOFunc L IO IO [40837; 28.09.2011]

1065 Scroll down the list until the PCBA type to be programmed appears and press OK. A list of the instances related to the selected PCBA is shown:

C B B B

A o o o

N a a a

G r r r

I d d d

O Id: Id: Id:

1/1 0 1 0 2 0 3

[40838; 28.09.2011]

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No

Step

Remarks

1066 Scroll down the list until the instance of the PCBA to be programmed appears and press OK. A list of the available I/Os of the selected PCBA is shown, indicating their present status:

I1 I2

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[36047; 07.07.2010]

1067 Scroll down the list until the I/O to be programmed appears Only the selected and press OK. Using the up or down arrows, change the I/O value is shown. function and press OK: The order is alphabetic by I/O function acronym. BMK IO list

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1068 The selected I/O is shown associated with the chosen BMK. Confirm with OK.

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1069 Press OK again.

BMK program = JAB O K? [36051; 07.07.2010]

1070 Press OK again to confirm.

Program Success

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Remarks

1071 The system stores the function on the PCBA. Return by pressing ESC.

1072 Configure all other I/Os required, repeating the preceding steps as many times as required.

1073 Perform a single reset and wait until the SMLCD messages concerning scanning are erased. 1074 Use the SMLCD to store (“freeze”) the configuration in the elevator non-volatile memory: Login → Commands → Freeze Node Tr. → OK.

1075 Check the result of the process on the upper left corner of the SMLCD.  “?” – Freeze not completed yet  “?” (blinking) – Executing freeze command  “!” – Freeze completed, configuration contains changes since last freeze  “!” (blinking) – Freeze command not successful  (no display) – Freeze completed, configuration does not contain any changes since last freeze. 1076 Perform a double reset. Wait until the SMLCD messages concerning scanning are erased. 1077 Deactivate “Service Visit”: Login → Command → Service Visit → OFF → OK. 1078 Verify the operation of all configured I/Os.

10.5

Car Damping Device

Summary

This chapter describes the checking of correct operation of the option “car damping device”. This option is only present in some elevators and its need is defined by system parameters such as travel height, rated load and car weight.

Preconditions

 Device is installed and wired as prescribed in the commission schematics  At least one CANGIO interface is installed on OKR and connected to the CAN bus  CDD related input (ICDD) and output (RCDD) are configured on the corresponding CANGIO PCBA, at the positions defined on the commissioning schematics.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1079 Perform car calls using SMLCD. Device shall be activated, grabbing the guide rails, when the elevator finishes the trip, and de-activated prior to the elevator’s departure.

1080 Check the correct turning of ICDD IO with SMLCD: Login → Status → Board I/Os → CANGIO → select board → select IO.

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Completion Work Simplex Installation

Summary

This chapter describes the connection and testing of further components.

Preconditions

All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1100 Turn OFF the SIL, main light switch. The COP emergency lamp or in-car emergency lamp, if present, comes on.

1101 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIS, main control switch.

1102 OKR, CANIC, plug in the following connectors:  SOA, alarm horn  MVEC, car fan supply  GNT, tele-alarm or intercom device.

Close the OKR cover. 1103 COP, tele-alarm or intercom device: Connect the communication line to the traveling cable.

1104 Test the operation of the alarm and tele-alarm or the intercom system.

These components should work based on the emergency supply.

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Final Drive Adjustment

Summary

This chapter describes the finalization of the commissioning of the elevator as simplex.

Preconditions

 All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out.  The car is empty.

Leveling Accuracy

No

Step

Remarks –

1200 Ensure that the following switches are still ON:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

1201 Check the ride quality. If strong vibrations are present, investigate their source and correct them before performing the leveling accuracy adjustment. 1202 Prepare a paper table to record the leveling accuracy on all floors for further correction.

1203 Travel to each floor, measure the leveling accuracy and record the values on the table.

1204 Enter the floor level adjustment table on the SMLCD. Login → Commands → Adj. Floor Lev → OK.

1205 Select the floor subject to leveling accuracy adjustment using the up or down keys and press OK.

1206 Toggle the sense of the correction (+ or -) using the up or down arrows and press OK.

“+” means that the car must stop at a higher position.

1207 Adjust the value and press OK.

The unit is mm.

1208 Repeat the last three steps for all floors that need level adjustment.

1209 Leave the floor level adjustment by pressing “ESC” and “UP” simultaneously. 1210 Measure the floor accuracy again. If necessary, repeat the corrections.

1211 Once the adjustments have been completed, perform a drive end commission. Login → Commands → Drv End Commiss → OK.

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Group Control

Summary

This chapter describes the finalization of the commissioning of the elevator group.

Preconditions

All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure have been carried out.

Group Bus

There are two possible group bus architectures in the CO MX control:  In duplex elevators, an Ethernet cable runs directly between the GCIOCF PCBAs of both elevators.  In groups of more than two elevators or when the gateway to LobbyVision is present in the duplex installation, the cables run from each elevator processor PCBA or gateway to a hub, usually located on the first elevator cabinet.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1300 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

1301 AS, GCIOCF: Check that the following connectors are plugged-in:  ETHERNET

The cable has blue plugs for duplex elevators and green plugs for triplex or groups of more than three elevators.

1302 Only if triplex, L1.AS: Check if the Ethernet cables of all elevators to be grouped are connected to the Ethernet switch and that the Ethernet switch is powered.

1303 Turn ON the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

1304 Wait until the boot sequence is finished and the display on the SMLCD shows the elevator status.

A reset occurs when an elevator control recognizes another elevator control for the first time.

1305 Travel to all floors and check if:  All floor calls are acknowledged and answered.  The position indicators and direction arrows are functioning.  The group functions are carried out (if present).

1306 Turn OFF the following switches:  JH, main power switch  SIL, main light switch  SIS, main control switch.

1307 The elevator group is now ready for the acceptance tests (SAIS).

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Commissioning of ETMA Tele-alarm

Summary

This chapter describes the commissioning of the tele-alarm system AC TMA1 (ETMA PSTN).

Preconditions

 All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure must have been carried out.  RMCC database contains an entry for the elevator to be commissioned, whose existence should be checked before the commissioning attempt. The elevator is identified by the commission number, the same that appears on the legend of the commission schematics (see detail below). Commission 7571654

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Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1400 Verify the connections inside COP, from ETMA-CAR.X1-1-6 Refer to commission to CANCP.XTELA. schematics for the wiring verification. 1401 Verify the connections between COP and OKR/car roof: While the ETMA is still  From ETMA-CAR.X1-1-1 to CANIC.GNT. not configured, ETMA From ETMA-CAR.X1-1-2 to XTT plug inside OKR and CAR device will blink from this plug to the traveling cable. LAGC and LARC  If triphonie devices are present, from each of the devices lamps. and one of the ETMA-CAR-TRI plugs. 1402 Verify the connections between inside cabinet:  From traveling cable XTT plug and from there to ETMAMR-PSTN.X1-1-1.  From ETMA-MR-PSTN.COM plug to GSMI.ETMA plug.  From ETMA-MR-PSTN plug to the phone line. 1403 Login on SMLCD and verify with SMLCD the unconfigured state of the installation, restoring it if necessary: Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ModemType = No Modem Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ServitelID = 0000000000 Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ModuleNumber = 00 1404 Perform a control reset and wait the elevator to finish the boot process (scanning messages disappear from SMLCD). 1405 Start ETM modem detection via the SMLCD: When successful, SMLCD shows Login → Commands → EmbeddedTM → ETMDetectModem “Success”, and ETMA will perform the initial configuration call. The commissioning can then jump to the step 1411. If unsuccessful, configure the parameters manually following the next steps.

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Step

Remarks

1406 Enter the installation ServitelID using SMLCD menu: Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ServitelID

Contact call center to know the ServitelID for the elevator been commissioned. ServitelID has a relationship to the phone number of the installation.

1407 In case of multiple elevators connected to the same phone Contact call center to line check and modify, if required, the ShaftID using SMLCD know that which menu: ShaftID is linked to the elevator been Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ShaftID commissioned. 1408 Go to the menu-item PhonePrefix and verify that:  It shall be empty in case the elevator have a direct phone line.  It shall contain the prefix to dial an outside line if the elevator is connected to a PABX line. 1409 Go to the SMLCD menu-tree Parameter → Embedded TA and enter the alarm phone numbers 1 to 4 in the corresponding menu-item (PhoneNoAlarm1, PhoneNoAlarm2, etc.).

1410 Enter the phone number for the notification calls in the menu-item PhoneNoMonitor.

This number will be used to notify about a defect (for example, a permanent active DA button).

1411 Enter the phone number for the line test calls in the menu- This is mandatory for the configuration item PhoneNoLineTst. process. Now the ETMA will automatically perform a line test call to the number entered in PhoneNoLineTst. As soon as the line test call was successful and ETMA got the acknowledge from the call center, the lamp LAGC on the COP will switch off while the LARC is still blinking. 1412 Disable the alarm filtering in the SMLCD menu-tree: Parameter → Car → Alarm Filter → Disable → OK

This step allows an alarm call to be initiated with the elevator at the floor with door open, that will otherwise be filtered by the control.

1413 Press the COP DA button ≥ 3 seconds. ETMA-CAR will emit a beep and dial PhoneNoAlarm1 as a first attempt. Call center operator will open the speaker and talk to the technician.

1414 Verify with the call center operator if the commissioning number reported by the ETMA corresponds to the one of the elevator been commissioned. Correct if necessary. 1415 Once the call is successful and the commission number verified, enable the alarm filtering in the SMLCD menu-tree: Parameter → Car → Alarm Filter → Enable → OK

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Step

Remarks

1416 Check with SMLCD menu: Parameter → EmbeddedTM  If ServitelID is different from “0000000000”  If ModuleID is different from “00” (normally 10)  If ShaftID is different from the ones on the other elevators that share the same phone line.

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Commissioning of Embedded Telemonitoring

Summary

This chapter describes the commissioning of the embedded telemonitoring (ETM), when:  Combined with tele-alarm function with AC TM2 (TAM2).  Not combined with tele-alarm function – rescue call done by an intercom system. When telemonitoring is combined with AC TMA1 (ETMA PSTN), the device commission on the previous chapter also covers the telemonitoring part.

Telemonitoring Connection

There are two ways to connect the controller to RMCC for telemonitoring when AC TMA1 is not present:  Through a public switch telephone network (PSTN) using the PCBA called CLSD in the control cabinet.  Through a wireless GSM connection, using a communication gateway (CGW) and an interface PCBA (GSMI) in the control cabinet.

Preconditions

 All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure must have been carried out.  RMCC database contains an entry for the elevator to be commissioned, whose existence should be checked before the commissioning attempt. The elevator is identified by the commission number, the same that appears on the legend of the commission schematics (see detail below). Commission 7571654

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 If telemonitoring is via GSM, the communication gateway (CGW) is installed, precommissioned according to EJ 604795 and powered.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1500 Switch on JHM (to prevent elevator from traveling).

1501 AS, CLSD: Check the rotary switch position.  Position “0” if the CLSD PCBA is directly connected to the phone line.  Position “F” if the CLSD PCBA is connected to the Schindler PABX.

The Schindler PABX, if present, should be already connected to the external phone line.

AS, GSMI: Check if PCBA is correctly installed and electrically connected to ASIXB PCBA. 1502 Connect as follows:  For PSTN: Connect the phone of the PABX line to the CLSD.PSTN plug.  For GSM: Connect the CGW to the GSMI PCBA with the RS232 cable.

1503 Connect as follows:  For PSTN: Connect the traveling cable plug XTT to the CLSD.ALARM plug.  For GSM: Connect the traveling cable plug XTT to the CGW.FXS plug.

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1504 For CGW, check that:  The green LED is permanently on, indicating that power is present and CGW is connected to Schindler.  The blue LED is permanently on or flashing every 2 seconds, indicating that the GSM connection is present.

1505 Login on SMLCD and verify with SMLCD the unconfigured state of the installation, restoring it if necessary: Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ModemType = No Modem Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ServitelID = 0000000000 Parameter → EmbeddedTM → ModuleNumber = 00

1506 Perform a control reset and wait the elevator to finish the boot process (scanning messages disappear from SMLCD).

1507 Start ETM modem detection via SMLCD: Commands → EmbeddedTM → ETMDetectModem

When successful, the SMLCD shows “Success” and ETM will perform the initial configuration call afterwards. If unsuccessful, repeat the step.

1508 Go to the SMLCD menu: Status → EmbeddedTM → Communication. Wait for status sequence “owned by ppp”, then “RMCC connected” then “idle”. 1509 Check that the SMLCD Status → EmbeddedTM → Configuration menu shows the configuration status “Configured”. If configured, a test trip was or will be performed soon. After successful performance of the test trip, go to step 1511.

If the SMLCD communication menu had shown “RMCC connected” on the previous step but the menu Status → EmbeddedTM → Configuration still shows “Not configured”, the installation data might not be present in the RMCC database. Ask for correction and repeat the commissioning when available.

1510 If the configuration call is not successful, use the SMLCD to check the RMCC phone number. (Parameter → EmbeddedTM → TelNrRMCC). If necessary, correct the phone number.

As soon as the phone number is changed, a new attempt of an initial configuration call is performed within seconds.

1511 Use the SMLCD to perform a car call.

ETM will only consider the elevator in normal traffic (check on the SMLCD Status → EmbeddedTM → MonitLiftx, x for elevator number) if a complete trip including door opening is performed.

1512 If the elevator is equipped with tele-alarm device AC TM2 (TAM2) preform the steps 1513 to 1516. If not, jump to step 1517. 1513 Disable the Alarm filtering in the SMLCD menu-tree: Parameter → Car → Alarm Filter → Disable → OK

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1514 Press the COP DA button ≥ 3 seconds. TAM2 will dial PhoneNoAlarm1 as a first attempt. Call Center operator will open the speaker and talk to the technician. 1515 Verify with the call center operator if the commissioning number reported by the ETMA corresponds to the one of the elevator been commissioned. Correct if necessary.

1516 Once the call is successful and the commission number verified, enable the alarm filtering in the SMLCD menu-tree: Parameter → Car → Alarm Filter → Enable → OK

1517 Check with SMLCD menu Parameter → EmbeddedTM:  If ServitelID is different from “0000000000”  If ModuleID is different from “00” (normally 10)  If ShaftID is different from the ones on the other elevators that share the same phone line. The ETM test trip is a trip to a nearest possible floor, in up or down direction, but taken into account the shaft extremes and potentially blocked floors.

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Checking of Automatic Evacuation

Summary

This chapter describes the checking of the control option “Automatic Evacuation System” (AES). This option requires:  A battery backed-up three-phase automatic evacuation supply device (AESD) installed in the shaft (MRL) or machine room  A control service (AES), activated by a chipcard option  A control interface (REFE relay and associated wiring), installed on the cabinet.

Preconditions

 All previous steps of the complete commissioning procedure must have been carried out.  AESD installed in the shaft or machine room, and wired to the control interface plug AES. Device shall have remained powered for at least 12 hours to assure its batteries are charged.  Option related IOs (KEF, KAESBATOK inputs and KEFE output) configured on ASIXB PCBA (see chapter 5.2) and the IOs defined on the commissioning schematics.

Procedure

No

Step

Remarks

1500 Place the elevator in a floor in normal service, and allow the doors to close. Switch off the main switch JH.

1501 Bridge temporarily JH auxiliary contact. This will cause AESD to supply – after a delay of approximately 30 seconds – the elevator with energy from its inverter.

See commission schema.

1502 When the control is supplied again from Service activation is acknowledged by AESD and AES service starts, the elevator the indication “AES” on SMLCD’s third door opens. line on the right side. 1503 When the time for passenger entrapment is finished, doors will close and control will switch off AESD supply. 1504 Switch on JH and allow elevator to restore Do not remove the bridge from JH its normal operation. auxiliary contact yet. 1505 Make a car call with SMLCD and switch off JH between floors. 1506 After a 30 seconds delay, AESD will power the elevator again and AES service will start. 1507 Elevator will lock its doors, move at reduced speed to a near floor and open the doors.

1508 When the time for passenger entrapment is finished, doors will close and control will switch off AESD supply. 1509 Remove bridge from JH auxiliary contact and switch on JH, allowing elevator to restore its normal operation.

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