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2.1 Slow speed trial run
2.1.1 Pre-check
※ Tools should be correctly verified before use.
a. Spaners
b. Drivers
c. Plier, nipper, compressing tool, lantern
d. Iron measure(15 ㎝), tape measure(3~5M)
e. Mini clip : For measuring CHK terminal
f. Common line : 2 wires longer than 1 meter with alligator clips on both ends.
g. Digital multi-meter
※ Input impedance : 1 ㏁ or more
※ Min. voltage measured : 10 ㎷
h. Ammeter : AC 100A range
i. Megger tester
High pressure Megger(500V, Battery type, 200 ㏁ or more internal resistance)
※ Manual type not permitted
j. Speedometer
k. Others : Electrical drawings
2.1.2 Checking and oiling
a. Check on entrance and equipment of hoistway
1. Is the elevator free of any obstacles in its traveling?
2. Are the landing doors closed on all floors?
3. Is operating board installed?
Are DCL-243 PCB connecting MIC JACK and ROM
4. Are PCB MIC in apparatus box and wiring MIC connected to the same names?
5. Is safety shoe connected to MIC in apparatus box?
(Safety shoe line should be jumped if car door is not installed)
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6. Is the apparatus box properly connected to DOOR PCB(DCD-231PCB)
connecting JACK "PJ1"?
7. Are "PJ1" No. (12) and (15) line removed from MIC?
8. Are MIC JACK No. 12,13 and 14 lines and the COMMON(EVV)Line connected
by the same line?
9. Are the?: "ON CAGE operable"; "E.STOP S/W normal";
"AC_CUT(DMC-CUT1)","DMC(DMC-CUT2)" S/W cut ?
10. Is car door closed? (CLS shall be ON .)
b. For Car & counter weight side
1. Is each PCB connecting MIC JACK connected properly in control board?
2. Is each IGBT connected tightly at the back of control board?
3. Are power inducing and electric motor wiring terminal properly connected?
4. Is R/E line induced into control board separated from electric motor wiring?
5. Are MCCB and circuit breaker fuse cut ? Do they have the rated capacity?
6. Is ground wire with each equipment and building ground wire secured?
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7. Is the shield line of rotary encoder grounded?
8. Is MIC line insulated properly? (0.5 MΩ or more)
9. Is control board properly connected to TAILCODE wiring and MIC?
10. MIC of LSU and LSD is common?
☞Common point when without COM JACK :DOM-PCB TML1 terminal (1~2 , 7~3 , 7~8)
11. Are GRS and MB MIC JACK inserted in control board?
12. Are main power of U, V and W on motor side and power cable connected
according to the drawing?
13. Check each PCB and IGBT, power cable for connection and contact
conditions.
14. Check glass tube fuse in DOP-116, DOM-110 PCB for error, and
connection conditions.
15. Check conductivity through tester.
☞Check the DC 48V between UB-04 and AB-01 on the DOC-130 PCB
16.Verify that AUTO-MAINT S/W in DOC-130 PCB,DOR-13X PCB,
INSPECTION S/W is set to "MAINT" position.
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17. Verify that DOC NORMAL - ABNORMAL S/W is set to "NORMAL"(1~2, 4~5).
☞ Set to "NORMAL" when power ON
18. Verify that RUN-STOP S/W is set to NORMAL(RUN).
(DOC-130,DOR-13X,INSPECTION S/W)
19. Are there any foreign matters on governor pulley?
20. Are switch lever and catch weight set?
21. Is wiring terminal properly connected?
22. Check grounding conditions.
2.1.3 Traction machine
a. Are the connection parts securely tightened and the taping satisfactory?
b. Are the tightened bolts to each part secure?
c. Are the sheave, pulley and rotor of motor free of foreign material and of undesirable
contact with other parts?
d. Is the compression level of springs on magnet brake appropriate?
e. Is the stroke in the rated value?
f. Are the oil level proper?
g. Is the ground wire to motor secure?
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2.1.4 Insulation measurement
a. Electric shock prevention
a) Pay full attention to the main inverter (diode, IGBT, condenser, contactor) circuit to
which DC 550V with the car stopped or DC 700V with the car running have been
charged. Turn OFF the MCCB and let the main circuit discharge at AL electrolytic
capacitor for more than ten minute. Make sure that LED1 lights OFF and zero(0)
voltage is obtained with a tester. (LED1 lights OFF if discharged to less than 50V)
b. Protection of PCB from burning
※ Be sure to follow the below before insulation measurement.
Caution : Semi-conductive element is also used in high-voltage circuit.
Thus, the element can be damaged by direct circuit earth. Be sure to carry
out low-pressure Megger test at all terminals of control board before
Megger test.
a) Low-voltage Megger: Use low-voltage Megger(Voltage : 15V) or DMM.
Carry out Megger test at all connectors and terminals in control panel.
b) High-voltage megger: Use battery-type megger(Rotation type inapplicable).
Carry out megger test at terminal blocks and contacts in control panel.
c. Control panel ground wiring
a) CP ground plate
GND PLATE
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
FG
EARTH PLATE
TO
E1 ○
B/D lead line ground,Trans ground
E2 ○
EMI Filter. E terminal
E3 ○
Lightning surge absorber.E terminal
E4 ○
Reactor,Motor E terminal
E5 ○
DPC PCB "GND"
Control trans. E terminal
E6 ○
DPB-100 PCB "VK-06"(extend type)
E7 ○
INV. DOOR(Y4-04) E terminal
DOM 100 PCB "GND"
E8 ○
CAR EARTH "Y1-15"
DOC PCB F.G terminal.
E9 ○
LIMIT S/W CABLE "E"
DOC PCB "GND"
E10 ○
GOVERNOR EARTH.
E11 ○
ROTORY ENCODER EARTH
E12 ○
SMPS "FG"(BASE model)
DOP-116 PCB
"TML3-10"
FLAT COPPER W IRE
○ E17
b) Separate GND plate from control panel and connect it to F.G earth plate with flat
copper line and then ground.
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2.1.5 Preparing insulation measurement
a. Car and hoistway
a) Verify that MCCB S/W of building and control panel turn OFF.
b) Set all switches in and on the car to normal position.
c) Be careful that final limit switches and POSI shall not be in the OFF position.
※ Car should not operate the final limit switches.
※ Car should be not closed POSI.
U
d) Landing doors and car doors should be closed
V
W
on all floors.
e) Motor terminal U, V, W common
(Refer to Fig.1)
SHORT-CIRCUIT WITH CLIPS
f) Short-circuit terminal block X,Y and Z common
with clips (When a reactor applied).
(Fig.1) SHORT-CIRCUIT OF MOTOR
TERMINAL BOARD
b. Control panel
a) Remove connectors from DOC PCB.
b) Remove connectors from DPC PCB
c) Remove connectors from DPP PCB
d) Remove connectors and terminal from DOP PCB
e) Remove connectors and terminal from DOM PCB
f) Remove connectors from DOR PCB
g) Remove connectors from DPB-100 PCB (BRAKE current applied)
h) When separating GND plate from F.G ground plate,
separate the flat copper which
connects them each other.(Refer to Fig.3)
Caution: As DC 550V has been charged on
the main circuit condenser for
1 minute after MCCB turn OFF make sure that
SHORT-CITCUIT WITH CLIPS
zero voltage is obtained with a tester.
(Fig.3) SHORT-CIRCUIT OF MAIN
CIRCUIT DIODE
i) Turn OFF the "MCCB for "Light" brake in control panel and short-circuit secondary
side of MCCB.
2.1.6 Measuring insulation
Table 1) Rated insulation resistance value
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Measuring section
Rated value
Power terminal block (TERM1,MCCB)~ FRAME
Motor terminal block (TERM2)
Reactor terminal block
~
~
2nd contact of lightihg MCCB
FRAME
FRAME
~
1 ㏁ or
more
FRAME
Control circuit 2nd main contact of C1ST contactor ~ FRAME
0.5 ㏁ or more
2nd main contact of C1BR contactor ~ FRAME
2nd main contact of C1VD contactor ~ FRAME
Caution: 1st No.5 main contact of C1BR is connected to frame. The 1st main contact
of C1ST and C1VD are connected to noise filter where leakage current
(max. 40mA) flows
a. Restoring and checking the connectors
a) Connect all connectors in DOC, DPC, DPP,DPB, DOP PCB
b) Check the MIC & Jack connected condition for between IPM, regenerative IGBT and
DPP-150 PCB.
Caution : "GU","GV","GW","GP" and "GLX","GX" which connects power stack section and
DPP-150 PCB may damage IGBT if jack is disconnected with power ON. Be sure
to check the above conditions before power supply.
Caution with static electricity
Table 2) Main connectors
PCB
Connector
Remarks
DOC-130 PCB
AB, AC, HA, CB, CA, AA, AD,CT,AF
CT,AF:DOC-130
DPC-121 PCB
VA, VB, VC, VG,VJ
VJ:DPC-121
DPP-150,140 PCB
GLX, GXU, GXV, GXW, GU, GV,
GW, GP, GX
DPB-100 PCB
VJ,VK
DPB-100:extend
DOP-116PCB
PS, UB, SH, XHA, SMPS, TML2(TML3)
TML3:DOP-116
c) Check screws on inverter section (diode module, regenerative IGBT,U.V.W-phase
IGBT, chemical condenser) are tighten firmly.
d) As connector connection on input side and output side can be changed each other,
check the connected state.
e) Connect all disconnected ground lines to each ground terminal.
f) Release the clips for short circuit of R,S,T on AC input side and P, N on DC output side.
g) Release the clips for short-circuit U,V and W in motor terminal.
h) Release the clips for short-circuit X, Y and Z in reactor terminal.
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2.1.7 Checking voltage
a. Checking Items
a) Measure input voltage on the 1st side of MCCB in the building.
※ Changing the control transformer tap, if not match for B/D power supply.
b) Check DPC-121 PCB connector.
※ In case of 60~105 m/min, verify that VA(Control power), VB(CT), VC(C1VD_ option),
VE(IOIF),VJ(DPB-100,current control) and VG(DPP) connectors are connected.
※ Check DPC PCB Jumper
Verify that Jumper, inverter H/W over-current detector, are set according to below table.
JP4 (DPC-121) JUMPER
JUMPER NO
IPM, IGBT Capacity
MOTOR Capacity
1~2
50A, 75A, 150A
4.5KW~7.5KW. 13KW~15KW
3~4
100A, 200A
9.5KW~11KW. 18KW~22KW
※ Capacity of motor defined on nameplate
ex) In case the motor capacity is13/15KW, setting 15kW.
※ If both jumpers are not inserted, hardware error will occur.
JP1(DPC-121)
JUMPER NO
Function
Remark
MP
NORMAL
-
MC
Only for factory
-
JUMPER NO
Function
Remark
SIGMA
SIGMA model set
SI210 model inclusion
DI1,2
Di1,2 model set
-
JP3(DPC-121)
c) Check DPP-150 PCB connector
※ Check the type of DPP-150 PCB according to IPM,IGBT capacity as shown in the
below Table.
PCB type
name
IPM, IGBT capacity
DPP-150
L-IPM 50,75A
DPP-140
L-IPM 100, 150A
DPP-111
IGBT: 200A
※ DPP-150 is for IPM driving PCB and DPP-150 is for IGBT driving.
※ Verify that all connector are connected to their proper positions
b. Checking after power supply
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a) Turn ON the building power.
b) Check the input voltage of DOC-130 PCB.
※ Verify that DC is 48V±5% between AB connector No.1 and F.G.
(For checking safety circuit-R5SC)
※ Check the voltage output of SMPS on DOC-130 PCB TB1 terminal block.
DOC-130 PCB
Measuring Point
Voltage
TB1
5V - GND
DC +5V ± 5%
terminal block
15V - GND
DC +15V ± 5%
c) Check input voltage of DCL-243
※ Verify that voltage between CCN1 connector No.4 on DCL PCB and ground is
DC 24V±5% in operating panel.
※ Verify that voltage between ONC connector No.13 on DCL PCB and ground
is DC48V±5% in operating panel.
※ Verify that voltage between CCN1 connector No.3 on DCL PCB and ground is
DC 0V∼0.1V in operating panel.
d) Check voltage DOP-116 PCB
※ XHA MIC 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 : DC 24V±10%
e) Check WDTs of DPC-121 PCB
※ Verify that LD2 CPU LED(green) flickers at 0.5 second interval on the power supply.
(It flickers at 0.25 seconds when the motor is running)
Caution: WDT(watch dog timer) monitors that the speed control CPU performs
calculation correctly. If WDT does not flicker at 0.5 second interval, or ON only or
OFF only, speed control CPU may failed seriously.
Thus, if only one error occurs, thorough inspection is required. At this time,
check 5V power supply, ROM or ROM socket, and connector connection.
※ Check ALM LED
Verify that LD1 ALM LED(Red) lights up after the power supply, and then, OFF in about
2 seconds.(ALM LED is for inverter hardware safety check)
(a) Detecting over_ current on inverter.(or J5H (=DPC-111,112)JUMPER is not inserted)
(b) WDT failure on speed control CPU.
(c) Short-circuit of IGBT U-phase arm and failure of gate Trans power.
(d) Short-circuit of IGBT V-phase arm and failure of gate trans power.
(e) Short-circuit of IGBT W-phase arm and failure of gate trans power. IPM ARM SHORT
and GATE SMPS voltage error detection
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(f) Detecting over_voltage on DC link end.
(g) Failure of regenerative IGBT, gate trans, Gate SMPS power.
ALM LED lights up when hardware errors are detected as stated in a) ~ g).
- Verify that JP4 jumper is properly inserted.( LED1 turn ON if not inserted)
- Verify that WDT LED flickers normally.
- In the above c) ~ g), check the connectors of DPP-150 PCB and verify that Gate
SMPS(trans) input is applied by AC 110V±10%.(GTS connector in control panel
No.1↔3 : AC110V)
- Check IGBT stack for connection conditions(disconnection and loose volt).
f) Check C1VD contactor input(Option)
- Verify that C1VD contactor is inputted in about 3 seconds after the power supply.
Caution: If DC link voltage does not reach 330V 8 seconds after C1VD input(low- voltage
error), turn OFF C1VD contactor and then ON. Then, check the voltage after 8
seconds. If voltage is still low, turn OFF the contact to generate charging circuit
failure error.
- In this case, main power circuit connection, GATE SMPS(trans) input or connection,
charging circuit OFF, or IGBT, regenerative IGBT ON may fail. Thus, check these
conditions. If start the recharging, LD1 will be light ON.
Caution: It takes about 10 min. for DC link voltage to be completely discharged when
power OFF. Thus, never touch DPP-150 PCB and the stack when LD1 lights up.
- When LED does not light up though C1VD contactor is input after the power supply
inverter may be short, or regenerative IGBT ON, charging circuit OFF or LED diode may
fail. Checking should be carried out after DC link voltage is disconnected.
g) Check DPP-150 PCB
- Checks that charging detecting LED is ON.
LD1(red) on PCB lights up if DC link voltage is 50V or more and dims, then, turns OFF if
the voltage is less 50V. LD1 lights up again when the DC link begins to be charged.
- When LED does not light ON even if after the power supply, inverter may be short, or
regenerative IGBT ON, charging circuit OFF or LED may fail.
Checking shall be carried out after DC link voltage is disconnected.
Caution: It takes about 10 min. for DC link voltage to be completely charged when
power off. Thus, never touch DPP-150 PCB and stack area while LD1 lights ON.
c. Checking voltage
Check MCCB and PCB voltage on each section as shown in table1 and 2.
Table 1) AC voltage input (Trans 2nd side output)
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Remark
PS-12,14,16 3Φ85V
FS1,2/6A
LED1,2
'BRAKE COIL,C1ST,C1BR driving
PS-07,09,11
FS4,5/3A
LED4,5
Relay driving,external input,I/Fsignal,switch input
FS6,7/3A
LED6,7
CAR LON PCB power
3Φ37V
PS-01,03,05 3Φ19.2V
PS-02,04,06 3Φ19.2V
FS8,9,10,11/10A LED8,9,10,11 HALL BUTTON power
PS-17,19
AC 110V
FS12/3A
LED12
SMPS input power
PS-17,19
AC 110V
FS12/3A
LED12
INV. FAN driving
PS-18,20
AC 110V
FS13/3A
LED13
GATE SMPS,GATE TRANS input power
PS-21
"E"
PS-13,15
AC 110V
GATE SMPS,GATE TRANS "E"
FS14/5A
LED14
Door motor input power(SBD1)
PS-13,15,10 AC 110V
FS14,16/3A,6A
LED14,16
TML2-02,01 AC 220V
FS15/10A
LED15
Checking lighting power supplied(DOP-113PCB)
TML3-02,01 AC 220V
FS15/10A
LED15
Checking lighting power supplied(DOP-116 PCB)
Door motor input power(SAV1,MAV1,DAV1,HAV1)
Table 2) AC/DC voltage output
MIC/PIN
Voltage FUSE & Capacity
LED
UB-03,05
DC 110V FS3:3A(Base model)
LED3
UB-04,01
DC 48V
Relay driving,external input,I/Fsignal,switch input
UB-07,02
DC 24V
CAR LON PCB power
XHA-04,03
DC 24V
HALL BUTTON power(1~8FL)
XHA-06,05
DC 24V
HALL BUTTON power(9~16FL)
XHA-08,07
DC 24V
HALL BUTTON power(17~24FL)
TML2-06,05
DC 24V
HALL BUTTON power(25~32FL)
SMPS-01,02 AC 110V
Remark
'BRAKE COIL,C1ST,C1BR driving
SMPS input power
SMPS-03,04 AC 110V
INV. FAN input power
SMPS-05,06 AC 110V
GATE SMPS,GATE TRANS input power
SMPS-7
E
UB-08,09
AC 110V
GATE SMPS,GATE TRANS "E"
Door motor input power
TML2-02,03 AC 220V
Checking lighting power supplied(DOP-113PCB)
TML3-02,03 AC 220V
Checking lighting power supplied(DOP-116 PCB)
TML2-10
E
EARTH(DOP-113 PCB)
TML3-10
E
EARTH(DOP-115,116 PCB)
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2.1.8 Governor test
※ During governor wedge test, if traction machine sheave doesn't idle for 5 sec. or more,
rotary encoder will fail.
After restoration, enter "A43E", "A44E" for all clear error.
Governor and safety wedge operation test
1 Switch to on-car operation on the
Tripping test
1 Separate the governor line.
car top
2 Set up the digital tachometer.
With the switch in the OFF position
2 check that the car comes to stop
(UP and DN)
3 Drop catch weight.
3 Remove split pin from connection part
of governor rope and prepare free fall
Drop governor rope without braking
4 and measure the speed at the time
Make "SCS" common at TML1 terminal
of switching OFF and weight activating
in front of control panel(02 and 06
4 of TML1) and verify that wedge stops
the descending by gripping the rail
and sheave idles when E/L runs down
5 Return the catch weight to the original
position by running up the car
Restore all conditions to original
5 ones and verify that there is no
error by performing UP/DN running.(See table7)
Table 7) Governor tripping speed
Speed
Car side
(m/min)
Switch
Weight
30~45
57±2
61±2
6 and return the governor switch
60
75±2
79±2
lever to the original position.
90
113±2
117±2
105
131±2
137±2
Remove the common line from "SCS"
Restore all conditions to original
7 ones and verify that there is no
error by performing UP/DN running.
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2.1.9 Non-scaffolding method (MSK operation)
Caution
M/C Room
Complete governor installation and
roping. Don’t even think to jumper
governor switch
a. Install limit switch cable as right drawing.
It is designed to use this cable with
MSK cable assembly for MSK operation.
b. Binding the cable as right drawing
Limit S/W cable
c. Connect earth line of limit switch cable
to earth terminal
Adapter MIC T/B
d. Join the adopter cable with limit switch
cable, and plug in limit switch cable,
MSB, BZ and ORS into adopter MIC
Plate on car.
e. Check wiring and insulation.
f. If above ‘e’ is normal, plug the
L
F
m
o
t
t
o
B
adopter cable into MSK MIC in CP
300mm or
more
g. Jumper UL and DL
Governor Rope
(UL: TML1-07and TML-08)
(DL: TML1-07and TML-03)
h. Turn on the power
i. Try to operate car by MSB (Maintenance switch box).
j. Check the hoistway that there is any hindrance against car travel.
k. If running direction is differ from operation order, check the R.E and motor wiring.
Caution
The UL and DL jumper wires must be
removed when it is prepared normal slow
speed trial run.
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CP
MSK MIC (21p)
MSK Plug
LSD
Adopter
cable
MSB
Bottom limit
switch (9P)
MSB switch
(7P)
LSD MIC (9p)
LSD Plug
Bottom limit
switch cable
BZ
Alert light or
buzzer (13P)
ORS
Operation &Stop
switch (9P)
LSD MIC (9p)
2.1.10
Operation from machine room
a. Operation by DOR-13X PCB
a) Put AUTO/MAINT of S1 switch on DOR-13X PCB to the MAINT position.
※ DOR-13X PCB has NORMAL/MAINT,UP/DN, DMC, NORMAL/STOP switches.
For M/C ROOM operation should be set NORMAL/MAINT S/W to MAINT side,
and UP/DN S/W to UP or DN toggle.
※ Low speed operation from machine room should be done with the doors closed
(CDS "ON", LDS "ON")
b) If "ACD=04" at column 1∼6 of row 1 on ANN, MAINT(low speed) operation is available.
c) Carry out low speed operation from machine room by UP/DN switch on DOR-13X PCB
to UP/DN.
d) Verify that operating direction conforms to operation command by moving it about 100mm.
e) Should the car is travelling in opposite directions of running commands, check the
connection status of the motor and R.E.
b. Connection method when motor rotates reversal
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a) Regular and / reverse arrangement(Refer to Fig.1)
Regular arrangement: Car is placed on the motor side.
Reverse arrangement : Car is arranged on the pulley.
REGULAR ARRANGEMENT
REVERSE ARRANGEMENT
PULLEY
DRIVING
SHEAVE
T/R
M/C
Motor
PULLEY
T/R
M/C
DRIVING
SHEAVE
Motor
(Fig.1)
(Fig.7) REGULAR/REVERSE ARRANGEMENT
b) Connection method
(a) Interchange U-and W-phase in the event of reverse arrangement or motor is running
in opposite direction.
(b) If rotary encodes are connected reversal, insert DIR
jumper on DOC-130 PCB. (Refer to Fig.2)
c) When motor or rotary encoder is connected reversal,
1
2
3
1
2
3
(Fig.4)
Fig.2). JUMPER SETTING
followings will occur.
(a) Reverse connection of motor: Motor vibrates during operations and stops for emergency
after error "41" occurs.
(b) Reverse connection of R.E: The car travels in opposite directions of the running
commands and stop within 5 sec.
c. When UP operation
a) DOR-131 PCB(INSPECTION S/W ASY) AUTO / MAINT S/W to MAINT
b) UP/DN S/W to the "UP" position until destination
c) ANN shows "U" and the direction of car travelling up at column 16 of row 2.
d. When DOWN operation
a) DOR-13X PCB(INSPECTION S/W ASY) AUTO / MAINT S/W to MAINT
b) UP/DN S/W to the "DN" position until destination
c) ANN shows "DOWN" and the direction of car travelling up at column 16 of row 2.
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※ Checking point during commissioning
Swiching-on of Main MCCB
YES
Initial screen on ANN
YES
SYS1,2 LEDs flicker
NO
-. Check SMPS input/output
-. Check DOC-130
DOC-120 PCB
YES
CAR communication
LON LED OFF or ON
NO
-. Check T-cable for connection
-. Check SC jack on DOC-130
DOC-120 PCB
-. Check C-LON fuse in control panel
YES
NO
-. Check E.STOP switch(APP/TOCI Box)
-. Check E.STOP switch(DOC,DOR PCB)
-. EES,GRS,SCS,FLU,FLD
NO
-. Check switch
-. Check safety circuit
-. Check connections
NO
-. When motor rotates reversely,
change the DIR position on
DOC-120 PCB.(Refer
Fig.4)
DOC-130
(Refer to Fig.2)
#R5SC RY "ON"
YES
Give UP or DN call
through control panel
YES
E/L up(down)
e. IN CAR operation (Standard : Non-applied)
a) Switch the operation switch of the on-car connection box to "NORMAL" position.
b) Perform IN CAR low speed operation by using top floor button, bottom floor button or
UP/DOWN button of control panel.
f. ON CAR operation
a) Switch the operation mode in OPB from "NORMAL" to "MAINT".
(OPB IN_CAR applied)
b) Switch the operation switch of on-car connection box to "ON-CAR" operation mode.
c) Check the operation of ON-CAR switch, MSB(switch) and T.O.C.I Box on car.
Caution: Switch ON E.STOP switch and verify that the car operates.
Get on or off a car after switched ON the E.STOP switch.
Upon the completion of low speed operation, verify that the car interferes with entrance
and equipment, while running the car down at 1 meter intervals.
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Annunciator.
2.2.1 Description of ANN screen
a. Initial screen of Annunciator
Initial screen: When the main power turn on, LCD display will show as below.
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
R1
A
C
D
=
0
4
R2
E
0
0
0
-
0
R3
1
1
0
0
1
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
0
8
F
L
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
K
:
0
1
0
R4
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
0
0
%
S
0
1
b. Row 1: Operation mode, present floor, load weight and speed of elevator.
a) ACD=27(Column1~6): Operation Code
(ex: 27 - Auto operation, 4 - Maintenance Operation...)
Refer to the ACD MODE on item e.
b) 01FL(Column 8 ~11): Present floor
c) 00%(Column 13 ~16): On stop, present load weight (%) of the elevator.
c. Row 2: When an error occurs, it shows the trouble code of the top-level error, condition of
the operation, output of main signal and direction of elevator.
a) E000 (Column 2 ~ 4): Trouble code of high level error. (TCD No. 1 ~ 255)
031
DC Link Over-voltage
116
POSI ON error(LDU)
052
INV reverse running detection
172
SD1U input error
084
R5SC relay ON error
200
CNET LON Comm. Error
b) 00(Column 6 ~ 7): Operation condition of the high level error
01
R5SC Cut
10
Fast Run Cut
02
R5SC Cut possible
20
Safety Drive operation Possible
04
C1ST Cut
40
Rest operation Possible
08
C1ST Cut possible
80
Hall Call Cut Possible
c) 100100 (Column 9 ~ 14): Displays output of main signals.
- "1": Means that switches, relay and contactors, etc. are operating.
- "0": Means that switches, relay and contactors, etc. are not operating.
- Each column means as follows;
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C1BR
C12
Door Close Command
C1BS
d) S (C16): Displays the present direction of elevator.
- "S": STOP
"U": UP
"D": DOWN
d. Row 3: Displays input condition of main signal such as switches, relays and contactor, etc.
C1
R5SC
C5
LDC
C9
C1ST
C13
CDS
C2
48V
C6
LDCX
C10
C1BR
C14
DCLS
C3
UL
C7
SDS1D
C11
Suppress
C15
DOLS
C4
DL
C8
SDS1U
C12
LDS
C16
SES
a) "1": Means that switches, relay and contactors, etc. is activating.
b) "0": Means that switches, relay and contactors, etc. is not activating
c) ACD MODE
Mode
Description
Mode
Description
Mode
Description
00
Stop
01
ALP operation (ARD)
02
Earthquake control door open
03
Failure
04
Maintenance operation
05
Earthquake control finished
06
Earth quake control
07
Earthquake control slow
operation
08
09
F/H measurement ready
0A
F height measurement operation
0B
Bottom floor slow operation
(SPEC. ROM F/H error)
Bottom floor slow operation
(C RAM F/H error)
0C
Unused
0D
Unused
0E
2nd fire operation
0F
1st fire operation
10
Arrival operation finished
11
All floors operation after
earthquake control
12
Eme. Return Operation
13
Fireman operation
14
Fireman return operation
15
Rescue arrival Operation
16
Rescue operation
17
Rescue arrival operation finished
18
Rescue return operation
19
Fire operation finished
1A
Fire operation
1C
TM temp detection operation
1D
Unused
1F
EME. Generator driven operation
20
CP temp. detection operation
finished
1E
T/M temp detection operation
finished
Eme Generator driven operation
finished
21
CP temp. detection operation
22
Rest
23
Standby operation finished
24
Att operation
25
Semi- auto operation
26
Back-up operation
27
Auto operation
28
Air-conditioner water drain
operation
29
LRT Operation
1B
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2.3 High speed trial run
2.3.1 Limit Switch
a. Installing UL and FLU
a) Distance between CAM and switch should be 11±1 mm.
b) When car is ±5 mm of bottom or top floor level, UL shall contact with CAM and not
operate.(When running UP and DOWN slow, car stops at 50~70mm)
c) FLU should be in position of 200±10 mm from UL.(Refer to Fig. 1 and Table 1)
b. Check on UL and FLU operation condition
a) Lower the car 2~3 meter above the top floor level in low speed operation.
b) Run the car in the up direction under speed operation. Distance where the car has
stopped by the operation of UL should be within 70 mm.
c) Repeat item a).
d) Run the car in the up direction after making UL common. Distance where the car
has stopped by the operation of FLU should be within about 270 mm.
e) Run the car in the UP and DOWN direction after switching OFF UL.
(This time, car shall run DOWN but shall not run UP.)
f) Run the car UP and DOWN after turning FLU OFF.
(This time, car shall not run both UP and DOWN.)
g) Check error while running the car UP and DOWN
after restoring FLU and UL.
c. Check installation and
operation status of DL and
FLD Repeat above item b.
in the bottom floor.
(Fig.1) INSTALLING FINAL LIMIT SWITCH
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Table 1) Limit switch installed position
Distance
L2
FLU(D)
UL(D)
30
200
50
150
450
45
200
50
150
600
60
200
50
150
1000
90
200
50
150
1400
2000
105
200
50
150
1800
2700
SPEED
L3
L4
L5
L1
FLU ~ UL SD1U(1D) SD2U(2D)
※ On the basis of bending point side of limit switch CAM when car is on "0"
level(Landing sill of bottom and top floor).
d. Cleaning
Section
Working contents
-. Clean control panel, governor, TR M/C, duct and floor.
Machine room -. Assemble control panel, governor,TR M/C sheave and duct cover.
-. Latch the machine room door.(By builder)
Entrance and -. Clean hall door equipment, landing sill, rail and rail bracket.
Hoist way
-. Clean rail (Sand defected rail surface with a file)
-. Clean car door equipment on and inside the car.
Car
-. Disassemble the wedge roller and guide shoe in wedge assembly,
and remove foreign substances and then assemble them.
PIT
-. Clean pit floor and assemble the oil pan.
e. Compensation chain
a) Install a compensation chain latch at 400mm above pit floor of the counter weight rail.
b) Connect the chain to the support of the car by using 'U" bolt and bring the car up.
c) When the car reaches the top floor, hang and bind the remainder compensation
chain and untwist the bands.
d) Connect the compensation chain to the bottom of counter weight with "U" bolt at
150~250 mm above pit floor and cut the rest of chain. (Refer to Fig. 2)
f) When compensation chain is connected, assemble double nut and split pin
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Car Floor
C'WT
Compen Chain Bracket
Compen Chain
150~250mm
Pit bottom
(Fig.2)Assembling compen. chain
Note 1) The above standard is applicable to a standard specification. Thus, when car weight
increases due to car interior decoration, separately calculate and apply a standard.
Note 2) For below cases, compensation chain will not be applicable.
Passengers
Stroke
TYPE
Remark
45,60,90,105
40M or less
TRUNK
Standard SIZE
17
60,90,105
40M or less
Passenger
Spec. size
17
60,90,105
40M or less
TRUNK
Spec. size
11 ~ 15
Speed(m/min)
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2.3.2 Car balancing
a. Adjusting guide shoe
a) Run the car down to the bottom floor.
b) Adjust car balance with the gap(30mm) between landing and car sill kept.
c) The gap of wedge body shall be the same on the right and left.
d) Raise and adjust the wedge to return automatically(free fall).
e) Verify that wedge stroke is 84mm and the distance between rail and wedge is
5±0.5mm.
f) Tighten the fastening nut of the tie rod attached to sling until it contacts with the tie rod.
※ Tighten the nut half a turn after it contacts with tie rod guide.(Same in 4 points)
※ How to adjust guide shoe
(a) Tighten fastening bolt and set the sizes of push nut and ring to 10mm, with guide
shoe slightly contacting with 6mm size of "A" section.
(b) If this 10mm size is not obtained, the car vibrates because the light hold rubber
cannot move. (Refer to Fig. 3)
(c) If 6mm size of "A" section is not obtained, regular push pressure(32Kg) cannot be
obtained. If the size is too large, the car may vibrate severely and interfere with
hoistway equipment and car equipment.
(d) If the size is smaller than 6mm in "A" section, pushing pressure becomes too
big and starting shock and stopping shock may occur.
h) Adjust the guide shoe and install the oiler.
(Fig.3) Adjusting guide shoe
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b. Adjusting guide roller
a) Tension the rope(same spring size) and run the car down to the bottom floor.
b) No interference will be allowed between clutch cam and landing door.(Close the door)
c) Keep the car loosening all roller set bolts of the guide rollers.
(4 points on upper/lower section of car)
d) Loosen bracket and cam for fixing limit switch to avoid interference with the car.
e) Stay the car in no load condition.
f) Verify that car operation is not hindered because fastening nut of tie rod is tightened.
g) Hang the balance weights below the car and adjust balance so that car may be
aligned with the rail center line in static condition.
※ Wedge body gap shall be the same in right and left side.
※ Raise the wedge and check that it restores properly.
※ Verify that wedge stroke is 84mm and the clearance between rail and wedge is
5±0.5mm. At this time, the clearance between hall and car sill should be 30mm.
h) Tighten the guide roller spring nut(Left/right No.①) to adjust the spring length to 30mm.
Then guide roller contacts the rail. Tighten both spring nuts No.② and ③
to adjust the spring length to 30mm.(Perform in upper and lower section at a time)
84
(Refer to Fig. 4)
(Fig.4) Adjusting guide roller
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i) The guide roller adjusted with spring should be ratable by 20Kg force.
j) Install the limit SW loosened on the normal position.
k) Fasten the nut of the tie rod attached to the sling so as to contact slightly.
※ Tighten the nut half a turn after it contacts the tie rod guide.
※ How to adjust guide roller
(a) It is desirable to adjust the car balance in the middle of the floors after works for
movable cable, compensation rope or chain, wiring, etc. are completed. However,
generally, it may be carried out to the bottom floor in consideration of workability.
(b) Guide roller should be adjusted within 5kg of front and rear force and within 10kg of
right and left force(but, 3kg and 6kg for 300m/min or faster).
This force should be measured while tensing up/down and right/left of the roller guide
body with spring balance hanging.
(c) Also, loading additional balance weights on to the car obtains more sub weight when
balancing. Thus performing car balance with minimum balance weight is essential.
(d) Bad balanced car could cause vibration or damage of guide roller. Special attention is
needed.
2.3.3 Installing and adjusting position detector(POSI) and position detector bracket
a. Adjusting shield plate distance of POSI
a) Position the car to the bottom floor level, install POSI bracket temporarily on the rail,
and adjust it up and down vertically on to the basis of the rail.(Refer to Fig. 5)
b) Install levelling device on to the support arm of the door machine base.
Shelter Plate Bracket
Shelter Plate
POSI
Cross Head
POSI Bracket
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Red line
Shelter Plate
POSI
POSI (LDU)
Shelter Plate
Red line
POSI (LDC)
POSI (LDD)
L1 = L2
(Fig.5) Adjusting Range of Shield Plate
c) Position the temporarily induction plate installed on to the middle of POSI,
adjust it to be shielded up to 40mm(red-mark) deep and fix it.
Table 3) Function and usage
No.
Name
1
LDC
2
LDU
3
LDD
Function and usage
Floor height measurement / Door zone
detection/ Floor counting
LDU
Compensation for Rope extension
LDD
LDC
d) Connect MIC connector(LD) of POSI to machine room and on car connection box.
e) Turn on door machine DMC and DCO.
Caution: If a magnetic material is near, its operational features may be varied.
MAGNETIC MATERIAL
SW
s ide
70mm
70mm
50mm
MAGNETIC MATERIAL
(Fig. 6) Min. gap between magnetic material and POSI
MAGNETIC MATERIA
MG
s ide
MAGNETIC MATERIA
70mm
MAGNETIC MATERIA
MAGNETIC MATERIA
70mm
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2.4 Inverter Door Adjustment
2.4.1 DCD-23X PCB
SAV1 and SBD1 door system
2.4.2 Feature
a. Power: Single phase - AC110V
b. Size: 220×165×1.6T - 2 layers
c. Door SPEC and inverter adjustment through SVC tool kit or DOA-100 PCB
d. OS program download through PDA instead of ROM change.
2.4.3 I/O display
It requires an adjustment tool to change or adjust some data that is related to door type and
speed.
a. SVC Tool kit
a) SVC tool kit is mainly used for DCD-23X PCB adjustment
b) It has a strong quality against electric noise.
b. DOA-100 PCB
a) It can be also used to DCD-23X PCB for adjustment.
b) In case of old type DOA-100 PCB, display error will occur. Then, cut the13th cable.
SVC Tool Kit
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a. Outlook
PJ1 CONN.
LED
CN1
CONN
(ANN)
J6 CONN
(SAV1 PHOTO)
JN2 CONN.
JN1 CONN
ST CONN
(PDA connection, DCD-23X ONLY)
PJ2
H/B
SBD
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DCD-221
DCD-212
Remark
PJ1/PJ3
PJ1/PJ3
No, 8, 17 is used for
power line only in SAV1
PJ2
DOOR MOTOR
PJ2
PJ2
JN1
CLS/OLS SWITCH
N/A
JN1
JN2
Rotary Encoder
N/A
JN2
SBD1
PJ6
PHOTO SENSOR
PJ6
N/A
SAV1
CN1
SVC TOOL
N/A
N/A
PDA
N/A
N/A
ST
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Note PJ1) In case PJ6 cable is connected, system works as SAV1 mode. Else if it is
not connected. Door system works as SBD1 mode.
c. LED comparison
LED
DCD-221
DCD-212
DCD-23X
OPEN
LD2
LD2
ON : OPEN command signal triggered
OFF : OPEN command signal unable
CLOSE
LD3
LD3
ON : CLOSE command signal triggered
OFF : CLOSE command signal unable
OLS/CLS
LD7
LD5
ON : OLS / CLS signal is detected
OFF : OLS / CLS signal is not detected
SAFE-OK
LD4
LD4
ON : Normal working is possible
OFF : An error has occurred
WDT
LD1
LD6
N/A
DC-OK
LD6
LD7
LED9 ON : DC-LINK Power input
OC
N/A
LD1
N/A
TRIP
N/A
N/A
ON : An error has occurred
SAV
N/A
N/A
ON : SAV1 DOOR TYPE
SBD
N/A
N/A
ON : SBD1 DOOR TYPE
H/B
N/A
N/A
Blinking : CPU working normally
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d. Speed adjustment
a) Speed pattern according to each fluent data (Close)
Close Direction
Speed Profile(CL)
Speed(Hz)
CL ACC Time
CL DEC Time
S-CL4
CL Run Hz
S-Curve
S-CL1
S-CL2
CL End Hz
S-CL3
CL Start Hz
CL Creep Hz
Time
CL DEC Time * (1+S/50)
CL ACC Time * (1+S/50)
Position
Area
Zone
Start Zone
Running
Zone
Creep Zone
SES Zone
OLS
CL Start Pos
Start Zone
CL Creep Pos
Running Zone
Explanation & Adjustment
SES Pos CLS
Creep Zone
SES Zone
Remark
[S01]
1. Beginning section of close zone
2. [S02] close frequency. It effects on OLS to [S01] SBD1: Pulse
quantity of encoder
close section.
SAV1: Detector
quantity
1. Acceleration section and standard speed section
2. [S01] close to [S05] close creep section
3. For the speed up or down adjustment, change this
[S02] frequency every 0.1 unit a try.
4. To reduce the close speed, decrease the [S03] about
0.1unit a try.
[S31]
SES
1. Close Creep section(deceleration)
position:
2. [S04]close creep to [S31] SES position section
3. In case the creep section is too long, minimize the It is related to door
reopen at the end
[S04] close creep position.
4. Else if a door is closed with slam, increase the [S04] of close section.
close creep position.
5. In case of 2 SES type, if a door repeats open and
close, increase the [S31] SES position.
1. Door close holding section
2. [S31] SES position to CLS section. Hold the close
status
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b) Speed pattern according to each fluent data (Open)
Open Direction
Speed Profile(OP)
Speed(Hz)
OP ACC Time
OP DEC Time
S-OP4
OP Run Hz
S-Curve
S-OP1
S-OP2
S-OP3
OP Start Hz
OP Creep Hz
OP End Hz
Time
OP DEC Time * (1+S/50)
OP ACC Time * (1+S/50)
Position
Area
Zone
Start Zone
Running
Zone
Creep Zone
OLS Zone
CLS
OP Start Pos
Start Zone
OP Creep Pos
Running Zone
Explanation & Adjustment
OLS
Creep Zone
Remark
[S07]
1. Beginning section of open zone
2. [S08] open frequency. It effects on CLS to [S07] SBD1: Pulse
quantity of encoder
open section.
SAV1: Detector
quantity
1. Acceleration section and standard speed section
2. [S07] open to [S10] close creep section
3. For the speed up or down adjustment, change this
[S08] frequency every 0.1 unit a try.
4. To reduce the open speed, decrease the [S09] about
0.1unit a try.
[S31]
SES
1. Open Creep section(deceleration)
position:
2. [S10] open creep to OLS position section
3. In case the creep section is too long, minimize the It is related to door
reopen at the end
[S10] open creep position.
4. Else if a door is opened with slam, increase the of close section.
[S10] open creep position.
1. Door open holding section
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e. Examples (V 1.3~V1.6)
a) In case it requires faster close in deceleration term. (Creep)
(a) Connect the SVC-TOOL, and check that there is any error.
(b) Check the new data again what you are going to modify. And key in ‘A22E’ on the
[S00] menu
(c) Key in ‘0’ repeatedly to move ‘S[04]’.
(d) Check current data and key in ‘AAE’.
(e) Input new data that is calculated (For example, ‘key in ‘01E’)
(f) For a decimal point, you can push ‘A’. (2.5E = 2A5E)
(g) Key in ‘FFFF’ to exit to initial display.
(h) Key in ‘BBB’, ‘39E’ ([S39] menu)
(i) Key in ‘AAE’ and ‘1E’ in sequence to save new data.
b) Adjustment sample.
No.
Occasion
1
Repeats open and close
(Safety Shoe is not ignored)
2
Slam at full of door close
Adjustment fluent
Fast door close
4
Slam at full of door open
Remark
S[31]SES Position
1 ↑ (SAV)
50 ↑ (SBD)
S[04]CL Creep Pos
1 ↑ (SAV)
50 ↑ (SBD)
S[06]CL Creep hold
Hz
0.2 ↓
S[04]CL Creep Pos
3
Action
S[05]CL Creep Hz
S[03]CL Run Hz
S[09]OP Run Hz
S[16]OP Dec Time
S[11]OP Creep Hz
1 ↑ (SAV)
50 ↑ (SBD)
0.2 ↓
0.2 ↓
0.2 ↓
0.1 ↑
0.1 ↓
Door
CMD
Move
Menu
Description
Modified
value
Default
SAV1 2S
A22E
0/8/BBB
S36
Door Type
0
1
S03
Close Run Hz
11
20
S04
Close Creep Pos
13
14
S06
Close End Hz
0.5
0.5
S09
Open Run Hz
15
20
S14
Close Dec Time
0.8
0.6
S26
S31
Reopen Dec Time
SES Pos
0.1
14
0.3
14
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2.4.5 FAQ
a. How to select door type? SAV1 and SBD1
- In case the data of [S36] system type menu is “1”
If “J6” SAV1 position line is connected, it is automatically set to SAV1 door type.
Else If “J6” SAV1 position line is not connected, it is automatically set to SBD1 door type.
It is automatically set according to photo line connection to “J6”
- In case the data of [S36] system type menu is “0”
It always set to SAV1 door type. There is no relation to “J6” connection.
b. What is the difference between DCD230, DCD231 and DCD232 PCB?
- DCD230X: ST port is configured. ST port is for PDA connection (RS232 Communication)
- DCD231: ST port is not configured
- DCD232: ADS door type control PCB (Program can not be compatible with DCD230 and
DCD231)
c. How to adjust the door noise when it is closed?
- Increase the starting position of [S04] close creep.
- After modification, key in ‘AAE’ and ‘’1E’ on [S39] to save new data.
d. A door closes slowly, How to make it faster?
- Increase the [S03] Close Run Hz rather than present data.
- Decrease the [S04] Close creep position rather than present data
- After modification, key in ‘AAE’ and ‘’1E’ on [S39] to save new data.
e. How to erase all errors?
- Key in ‘AAE’ and ‘2E’ on the [S39] menu.
f. How to check the ROM version?
- Key in ‘D’ on the initial screen.
- Then, it displays the position data, Version and date of program compile in sequence.
g. How to read the indication of door position?
- Read the ‘POS’ data on the initial display while a door is operating.
SAV1: 0(Opened) ~ 31(Closed). If there is no data, check the disk and PCB
SBD1:0(Opened) ~ 1700(Closed, It can be little different according to door size and
site). Formula; Closed data = Encoder value / 10
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2.4.6 Annunciator
a. Annunciator mode
Classification
Status display
Set Group
Error scan
MAIN MODE
MAIN MODE
KEY Input
Inverter operation
Door type set group
Error display
A23E
(A21E)
A22E
(A31E)
A41E
This mode is applicable for V1.3 and V1.6
SUB MODE
SUB MODE
KEY Input
Address INC
0
Address DEC
8
Address Input
BBB
Address INC
0
Address DEC
8
Address Input
BBB
PROTECTION
release
AAE
Data Input
xxE
Address INC
0
Address DEC
8
Address Input
BBB
Resetting
KEY Input
FFFF
FFFF
FFFF
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b. Annunciator instruction
a). Initial screen of annunciator
Preparation : Connect SVC-tool kit or DOA-100 PCB to CN1 of DCD23X PCB.
b) Screen check
(a) Key in ‘0000’. And wait 3 seconds for normal displaying.
(b) If it does not display normal, input ‘FFFF’. And input ‘0000’ again.
C1
C2
C3
R1
S
A
V
R2
V
:
R3
F
:
R4
P
O
C4
0
S
C5
C6
C7
C8
o
c
n
h
1
1
V
.
0
H
:
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
o
c
e
[
0
0
]
I
:
0
.
0
A
K
:
z
0
c) Initial screen:
(a) Screen check
It displays current door type:
- SBD: SBD1 door mode
- SAV: SAV1 door mode
(b) ‘ocnh’ : door signal input check.( Capital letter : The signal has occurred)
- ‘O’/’o’ : OPEN
- ‘C’/’c’ : CLOSE
- ‘N’/’n/ : NUDGE
- ‘H’/’h’ : HCL
(c)‘oce’ : Output check ( Capital letter : The output is activated)
- ‘O’/’o’ : OLS
- ‘C’/’c’ : CLS
- ‘E’/’e’ : Door error
(d) ‘V: 11V’
Voltage that is supplied to motor from inverter (110Vac)
(e) ‘I: 0.0A’
Electric current that is supplied to motor from inverter
(f) ‘F: 0.0Hz’
Frequency of voltage and current that supply to motor from inverter
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c). Displays of inverter operation status (A23E- D display) and error (A41E- T display)
(a) Key in A23E
C1
C2
C3
R1
S
A
V
R2
V
:
R3
F
:
R4
P
O
C4
0
S
C5
C6
C7
C8
o
c
n
h
1
1
V
.
0
H
:
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
o
c
e
[
0
0
]
I
:
0
.
0
A
K
:
2
3
E
z
0
A
(b) Inverter status is displayed (D[01] screen, But if “A41E’ is inputted, T[01] screen is
displayed)
C1
C2
C3
R1
S
A
V
R2
D
[
0
R3
D
A
T
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
o
c
n
1
]
O
u
A
:
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
h
o
c
e
[
0
0
]
t
V
D
i
s
p
l
I
R4
K
V
:
9
* The displayed data is decimal value.
(c) Address increment/ decrement
- ‘0’ : to go higher address rather than present address
- ‘8’ : to go lower address rather than present address
(d) Address change
‘BBB’ : Skip to other address
Input ‘BBB’ and input address to go.
C1
C2
C3
R1
S
A
V
R2
D
[
0
R3
D
A
T
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
o
c
n
1
]
O
u
A
:
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
h
o
c
e
[
0
0
]
t
V
D
i
s
p
l
I
B
B
R4
C9
K
:
V
B
(e) Mode cancellation: ‘FFFF’
(f) Menu access of ‘A41E’ is same as ‘A23E’.
2.4.7 Parameter
The parameter for speed adjustment is consists of 2 group. The version of following parameter
is V1.6.
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Inverter operation status. Display group(A23E or A21E)
Group
No
Name
01 Output voltage
-
-
1
-
V
D
D
D
D
02
03
04
05
-
-
0.01
0.1
0
-
A
Hz
-
D
06 Input port status
-
-
Output current
Output Hz
S/W Version
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Unit
D
Part
Software Version
Date of S/W
05/09/28 (28 Sep, 2005)
b5(0) b4(0) b3(0) b2(0) b1(0) b0(0)
CL
OP
Nudge
HCL
CLS
OLS
It displays’1’, if ‘ON’
D
07 Output port status
-
-
D
08 Door Operation
Status
-
-
D
09 Door Position
D
-
0
0
0
10000
It displays’1’, if ‘ON’
Displays current door status
0: CLS, Closed fully
1:Open-acceleration,
2:Open-standard speed,
3:Open-deceleration,
4:Open,
5:Close acceleration,
6:Close-standard speed,
7:Close-decleration
Displays current door position
0: Fully open, 1000: Fully close
Main loop of software repetition task
time
1= 100msec.
Interrupt routine task
1= 1msec
Door Open time
Door Close time
Frequency order before acceleration or
deceleration
DC Link voltage
SBD only
Encoder input value * 10000
SBD only
Encoder input value
Displays position of disk
0: open, 31: close
* 10000 times
0
0
0
9999
0~9999 times
0
7
-
0
1000
-
10 Main Loop Time
-
0
-
-
D
11 1msec Loop Time
-
0
-
-
D
D
D
12 Open Time
13 Close Time
14 Frequency order
-
0.1
0.1
0.1
-
sec
sec
Hz
D
D
15 DC Link volts.
16 Encode value
-
1
-
-
V
-
D
17 Encoder
value(10000 )
18 Photo sensor input
value
19 Door operation
time(10000)
20 Door operation time
-
-
-
-
0
31
D
D
D
B6(0) b5(0) b4(0) b3(0) b2(0) b1(0) b0(0)
CLS OLS MON SES- DERR DERR DERR
CUT 1
2
3
D
21 Door reopen
times(10000)
0
0
0
10000
D
D
22 Door reopen times
23 Door operation
mode
0
0
0
0
0
0
9999
2
* 10000 times
0~9999 times
0: Normal operation, 1: OP
measurement operation, 2: test mode
operation
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24 ‘Close lock’
detection times
25 ‘Open lock’
detection times
26 ROM check result
27 ROM check result
Default
Description
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Change under operation
SBD SAV
Door setting group - Parameters that define door operation pattern.(A22E or A31E)
S
01 Close start position
0
3
0
3000
A section that initial frequency is
applied to close operation
Ex1) SBD
100: it is operated with initial frequency
until the encoder pulse input value is
100.
Ex2) SAV
3: it is operated with initial frequency
until the photo sensor input value is 3.
As S01 is increased, the point of close acceleration is changed.
Group
No
Name
S
02 Close initial Hz
5.0
5.0
0.5
1000
Hz
S
03 Close run Hz
18.0 11.0
0.5
1000
Hz
S
04 Close Creep start
position
650
0
3000
-
Output frequency for the beginning of
close operation
Normal running frequency of close
operation
Do not set a high value for close speed. It effects on the door close speed strongly
14
A starting point that the door speed is
decelerated.
Ex) SBD
500: It begin to decelerate that
encoder input value is Max 500.
* The Max value is set under the initial
entrance width is measured.
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S
05 Close Creep Hz
2.5
2.0
0.5
1000
Hz
Frequency from end of close
deceleration to CLS position.
S
06 Close End Hz
2.0
2.0
0.0
1000
Hz
S
07 Open start position
250
3
0
3000
-
Refer to S01 for main concept.
S
08 Open initial Hz
5.0
5.0
0.5
1000
Hz
Refer to S02 for main concept.
S
09 Open Run Hz
27.0 20.0
0.5
1000
Hz
Refer to S03 for main concept.
S
10 Open Creep start
position
50
14
0
3000
-
Refer to S04 for main concept.
S
11 Open Creep Hz
2.0
2.0
0.5
1000
Hz
Refer to S05 for main concept.
S
12 Open End Hz
2.0
0.5
0.0
1000
Hz
Refer to S06 for main concept.
S
13 Close acceleration
time
0.5
0.7
0.1
30.0
sec
Acceleration time in acceleration
section under close operation
Frequency to hold the close condition
after 1.0 second of CLS detection
Ex)SBD
5.0: It is operated by 5.0 Hz after 1.0
second of CLS detection.
This is close holing frequency. If it is set a high value, the holding current will be increased. It
must be set according to motor SPEC. It has no relation to total close speed profile
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S-curve is defined according to this data.
As the value is increased, running section is decreased. So, Total close time will be increased.
S
14 Close deceleration
time
0.6
0.6
0.1
3000
sec
Deceleration time in deceleration
section under close operation
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S
15 Open acceleration
time
0.7
0.7
0.1
3000
sec
Acceleration time in acceleration
section under open operation
S-curve is defined according to this
data.
As the value is increased, running
section is decreased. So, Total open
time will be increased
Refer to S13 for graph
Deceleration time in deceleration
section under open operation.
As the value is increased, running
section is decreased. So, Total open
time will be increased
Refer to S14 for graph
S-curve point setting at 1st acceleration
section
S
16 Open deceleration
time
0.6
1.0
0.1
3000
sec
S
17 S-CL1
35.0 35.0
0.0
50.0
%
S
18 S-CL2
30.0 35.0
0.0
50.0
%
S-curve point setting at 2nd
acceleration section
S
19 S-CL3
30.0 40.0
0.0
50.0
%
S-curve point setting at 1st deceleration
section
S
20 S-CL4
50.0 50.0
0.0
50.0
%
S-curve point setting at 2nd
deceleration section
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S-curve point setting at 1st acceleration
section. refer to S17
S-curve point setting at 2nd
acceleration section. Refer to S18
S-curve point setting at 1st deceleration
section. Refer to S19
S-curve point setting at 2nd
deceleration section Refer to S20
Reopen acceleration time
Refer to S15
Reopen deceleration time
Refer to S16
Adjustable output voltage at OLS
position.(Door open holding voltage)
As OLS is detected, it will enable
S
21 S-OP1
35.0 35.0
0.0
50.0
%
S
22 S-OP2
30.0 35.0
0.0
50.0
%
S
23 S-OP3
30.0 40.0
0.0
50.0
%
S
24 S-OP4
50.0 50.0
0.0
50.0
%
S
1.0
1.0
0.1
300
sec
0.3
0.3
0.1
300
sec
S
25 Reopen
acceleration time
26 Reopen
deceleration time
27 BstQtyOLS 1
10.0 10.0
0.0
50.0
%
S
28 BstQtyOLS 2
20.0 25.0
0.0
50.0
%
There is no close command at OLS
but in case a door is slightly moved to
close direction, the open holding
voltage is compensated linear type
according to door position.
Always set : S28>S27
S
29 BstQtyCLS 1
5
0
0.0
50.0
%
S
30 BstQtyCLS 2
10
0
0.0
50.0
%
S
31 SES position
300
14
0
10000
-
Adjustable output voltage at CLS
position.(Door open holding voltage)
As CLS is detected, it will enable
There is no open command at CLS but
in case a door is slightly moved to
move direction, the close holding
voltage is compensated linear type
according to door position.
Always set : S30>S29
Door position that SES activation is
ignored
Because the SES Pos is related safety,
do not set it to be too high or low.
Modify it around default value.
SBD: R.E Pulse data
SAV: Photo disk sensing data
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10000
A section that close command is steadily maintained by DCD PCB, if a door is moved without
close command signal of CP after fully close , In case door position is over this section, the
voltage is not supplied to motor anymore
Close command voltage is set by BstQtyCLS2 until CLS section, And it over CLS position,
voltage is set by S29 and S30 relation.
It is valid that S42 and set with 1. If S42 is set with 0, The function of S32 is not operational.
S
33 OP measurement
mode
0
N/A
0
1
S
34 Door operation
mode
0
0
0
99
S
35 Auto operation
mode RUN
0
0
0
9999
S
36 System type
1
0
0
1
S
S
1
5
1
N/A
0
0.5
xx
1000
S
37 OPW Type
38 Entrance width
search Frequency
39 Init Mode
0
0
0
99
S
41 SAV side open
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
-
Hz
0: When power is applied to door, it
measures OP. (Entrance width). As it
completes OP measurement, the data
is changed ‘1’ automatically.
1: The OP measurement is completed.
If there is no OLS and CLS position
data, it is operated with slow speed.
0: Normal operation(Default)
99: Auto Run mode
When a close or open order is
inputted, the test operation mode is
cancelled.
0: Normal operation(Default)
9999: Auto Run mode
When a close or open order is
inputted, it is set by’0’ automatically
and the test operation mode is
cancelled.
0:SAV
1:SBD(In case a photo sensor is
detected, it works as SAV)
2: ADS (ADS software is separate)
Door open type
Frequency for the entrance width
measurement of SBD door.
0 : None of change. (Default)
1 : Modified parameter saving
2: Initialize the saved information to be
‘0’
3. Initialize the RUN COUNT
99 : Initialize all parameters to their
origin data
SAV side open setting
0: Center open type
1: SAV side open type
In case of SBD door, there is no side
open type. So, in case it is set with ‘0’
under SBD door, it is not effect on the
system
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SBD
Name
Min.
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Description
Change under operation
Error status display group (A41E)
T
01 Error Info 0
T
02 Error Info 1
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Present Error: Error detection
time/Error code
Former time Error: Error detection
time/Error code
Error Info 2
Error Info 3
Error Info 4
Error Info 5
Error Info 6
Error Info 7
Error Info 8
Error Info 9
Error Info 10
Error Info 11
Error Info 12
Error Info 13
Error Info 14
Error Info 15
Error Info 16
Error Info 17
Error Info 18
Error Info 19
Error count
Total errors after last initialize
2.4.8 TCD code
Code
Error Name
1
Arm Short
3
OV trip
4
UV trip
5
ETH
8
MTH
Operation after error
detection
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
Detection condition
Arm short
LV of Gate power of IPM
DC Link voltage >200V
1) DC Link voltage< 90V
2) In case the condition1) is maintained over
500msec
Standard : 2A,
The electrical thermal will detect an error in case
the current is over 50% (3A) rather than standard
and this condition is over 60sec continuously.
Motor thermal is activated
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9
Error Name
Position signal
error
Operation after error
detection
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
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Detection condition
1) INV run speed feedback=0
2) 0.7A< Output current < 2A output
3) Frequency: 1.5Hz
4) In case the condition1),2) and 3) are maintained
over 1sec
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
U Phase output current >OC level
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
Save the Error
Information
la offset >10% of standard
Velocity
tracking error
Save the Error
Information
31
CDS ON error
Save the Error
Information
32
CDS off error
Save the Error
Information
1) None of OLS and CLS
2) Output frequency >OPW measurement
frequency
3) Output frequency-Feedback speed >5 Hz
4) Output current >0.7A
4) In case the condition1), 2), 3) and 4) are
maintained over 1sec
1) While it is operated normally after OPW
measurement, Door position >95%
2) CDS input is ‘off’ while it is under close operation
3) In case the condition1) and 2) are happened
same time.
It is reset again to detect this error at OLS position.
1) While it is operated normally after OPW
measurement, Door position< 50%
2) CDS input is ‘on’ while it is under open operation
3) In case the condition1) and 2) are happened
same time.
It is reset again to detect this error at CLS position.
21
OC U
22
OC V
23
OC W
24
Output
unbalance
25
la offset
26
lb offset
27
lc offset
28
Over load
29
Over speed
30
V Phase output current >OC level
W Phase output current >OC level
1) Output frequency of inverter run>Frequency of
OP measurement
2) la+lb+lc >0.5A
3) In case the condition1) and 2) are maintained
over 100msec
lb offset >10% of standard
lc offset >10% of standard
1) Output current >2A
2) In case the condition1) is maintained over 5sec
1) None of OLS and CLS
2) Output frequency >10Hz
3) Feedback speed >110% of Output frequency
4) In case the condition1), 2) and 3) are maintained
over 1sec
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Error Name
Operation after error
detection
Save the Error
Information
33
OLS on error
34
OLS off error
Save the Error
Information
35
OPW CDS
error
Save the Error
Information
36
OPW OLS error
Save the Error
Information
38
Reversed
encoder
Save the Error
Information and door
operation is stopped.
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Detection condition
1) While it is operated normally after OPW
measurement, Door position< 5%
2) OLS input is ‘off’ while it is under open operation
3) In case the condition1) and 2) are happened
same time.
It is reset again to detect this error at CLS position.
1) While it is operated normally after OPW
measurement, Door position >50%
2) OLS input is ‘on’ when it is not close operation
and CLS is not detected
3) In case the condition1) and 2) are happened
same time.
It is reset again to detect this error at CLS position.
1) Close order output current >0.7A
2) Close output frequency >1.5Hz
3) Motor stop condition is maintained over 1sec.
In case the encoder feed back condition is nothing
and this condition is maintained over 1sec, it
processes as an encoder error
1) Open order output current >0.7A
2) Open output frequency >1.5Hz
3) Motor stop condition is maintained over 1sec.
In case the encoder feed back condition is nothing
and this condition is maintained over 1sec, it
processes as an encoder error
The reversed pulses are inputted over 100.
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2.5 Potentiometer & Micro Switch
2.5.1 Potentiometer (PTM)
a. Installation
Detecting pin
PTM
Micro Switch(110%)
Move the base and adjust the distance(L) from car bottom and top of base to be 15mm
by screw
b. Spec setting of Potentiometer
Applied 1EA : $0018 => “41”, Applied 2EA : $0018 => “42”
$0046 : 01
SPEC1 Dip S/W pin No.4 ON position on the DOC-130 PCB
c. Connection
a) In case one PTM is applied
DCL-234
Under Car
POT Mic
PTMA Mic
PTM1
1
P24
1
2
REF Volt
2
REF Volt
1
P24
3
Signal
3
Signal
2
REF Volt
4
GDC
4
GDC
3
Signal
5
REF Volt
5
6
Signal
7
GDC
8
4
5
12
4.03V
13
REF Volt
14
Signal
15
GDC
16
Voltage
1.8V
6 mm (Rubber)
No Load (0%):3.8 ~ 4.03V
21
Full Load (100%):1.8 ~ 2.2V
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b) In case two PTM is applied
Voltage
No Load (0%):3.8 ~ 4.03V
Full Load (100%):1.8 ~ 2.2V
POT Mic
PTMA Mic
PTM1
1
P24
1
2
REF Volt
2
REF Volt
1
REF Volt
3
Signal
3
Signal
2
Signal
4
GDC
4
GDC
3
GDC
5
REF Volt
5
6
Signal
7
GDC
4
5
8
PTM2
12
13
REF Volt
1
REF Volt
14
Signal
2
Signal
15
GDC
3
GDC
16
4
5
No Load (0%):3.8 ~ 4.03V
21
Voltage
Full Load (100%):1.8 ~ 2.2V
2.5.2 Micro Switch (20%, 80% 110%)
a. Installation
20%
80%
110%
b. Spec setting of Micro Switch
In case Micro Switch(20%, 80%, 110%) is applied, $0018 & $0046 data are “00”
SPEC1 Dip S/W pin No.4 OFF position on the DOC-130 PCB
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2.6 DCL-243 and multi PCB
Table) Application table of DCL-243 & Multi PCB
OPB lineup
Front main
Front sub
Disabled main
Disabled sub
O
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
X
O
X
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
Amount of PCB
DCL-243
Multi PCB
1EA
NIL
1EA
1EA
1EA
1EA
1EA
1EA
1EA
1EA
a. TD62083AF Output Current Maximum Rating: 500mA/ch
b. OPB B/T LED Ideal Forward Current Maximum Rating: 40mA/per
c. Multi PCB is located at main OPB and connected to DCL-243.
d. Connection diagram
Main OPB
Sub OPB #1
Sub OPB #2
Sub OPB #3
DCL-243
B/
B/T
B/T
LP
LP
LP
Multi-PCB
B/T
LP
Jack
Jack
Jack
Connect in installation
< Wiring diagram of multi PCB and DCL PCB >
Jack
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2.7 POSI test
2.7.1 Preparation
a. Bring car to middle floor with inspection operation. (POSI test is unable at top and
bottom floor)
b. Put the stop switch to ‘ON’ position in DOR-131 PCB
c. To operate car, use Up/Down button in DOR-131 PCB
d. Check that the SW2 on DOC PCB is positioned always at ‘WE’.
2.7.2 Proceeding with annunciator
a. Key in ‘A85E’, the message, as ‘POSI TEST‘ will be displayed.
A
C
D
=
0
4
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
P
O
S
I
T
[
0
F
]
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
E
S
T
K
:
0
0
%
S
0
1
b. Put the stop switch to ‘OFF’ position in DOR-131 PCB (Normal Mode)
If car is at level zone, it will display only ‘POSI TEST’. But if it is out of level zone, it will
display ‘UP DRIVE’ message after ‘POSI TEST’.
c. Operate car to up upward until ‘DN DRIVE’ message is displayed.
d. Operate car to downward until ‘STOP’ message is displayed.
e. If POSI test is completed successfully, it will display’ POSI FIN’.
f. Else if it is failed, it will display ‘FAIL’. Then, check above ’2.6.1’, and repeat ‘a ~ d’.
g. To escape this mode, key in ‘FFFF’.
2.8 Floor height measurement
2.8.1 Preparation
a. Check all stop switches that are on ‘Normal’
b. Check all operation switches that are ‘Normal’
c. Check the dimension of shelter plates and POSI
d. Check if SDS switch position and distance are correct according to table 11-14
e. Check the I/O condition of each SDS switch.
f. Check the signals that are happened at door (CDS, SES, and LDS)
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2.8.2 Proceeding with annunciator
a. Key in ‘A12E’ and check if annunciator displays ‘ACD=09’ (‘ACD=09 will be displayed until
car detects DL switch)
A
C
D
=
0
9
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
E
N
A
W
B
[
0
1
0
L
E
5
F
]
5
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
K
:
0
%
S
0
1
b. Then, car will run down until it detects DL switch
c. When car stops at bottom floor, press ‘3’ button until car runs up direction. Then
annunciator will display ‘FHM ST’.
A
C
D
=
0
A
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
F
H
M
S
[
0
1
0
F
]
1
0
0
0
0
0
K
:
T
1
1
0
0
1
1
5
M
U
0
1
d. Wait until car stops at top floor by UL. If floor height measurement is finished successfully,
it will display as followings
A
C
D
=
0
A
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
F
H
M
P
A
[
0
1
0
S
S
1
6
]
1
0
0
0
0
0
K
:
5
1
0
0
1
1
0
%
S
0
1
e. Else if it is failed, it will display ‘FAIL’. And car will run down to bottom floor automatically.
Then, check above 2.7.1. And repeat ‘a~d’.
f. To escape this mode, key in ‘FFFF’. Then annunciator will display as following
A
C
D
=
2
7
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
[
0
1
0
g. Turn off and on the main power to reset
1
6
]
1
0
0
0
0
0
K
:
5
1
0
0
1
1
0
%
S
0
1
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2.9 Hall button & IND check
2.9.1 Setting DIP switch1 (SW1)
ON
OFF
2
1
3
4
Floor ID Setting
5
6
7
8
Button Type
※ Setting the ID is possible, 63 maximum, by using Floor ID setting segment(No.1~6).
(OFF condition does not exist.)
a. Button type setting by using button type segment(No.7~8)
(Refer to DHG-161 PCB)
Dip Switch 1 setting
7
8
On
Off
Off
Off
Button type
Lift No. 2 of duplex or rear side of
through type
Simplex or Lift No. 1 of duplex front
side of through type
b. Dip Switch 2 setting (SW2)
(Refer to DHG-161 PCB)
ON
OFF
1
2
3
4
On: In case VIP button is installed at upper floor
Off: In case VIP button is installed at lower floor
On: In case 2 floors are under controlling of 1 DHG-161
Off: In case 1 floor is under controlling of 1 DHG-161
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Diagram of hall serial communication
DOC-130
SH
3 4
SH
DOP-116
1 2
3 4 5
6
7 8 9
1 2
3 4 5
6
7 8 9 XHA (Plug)
XHA (Cap)
HA
1
2
3 GND
4 DC 24V
5
6
HA
1
2
3 GND
4 DC 24V
5
6
HA
1
2
3 GND
4 DC 24V
5
6
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Top Floor
DHG-161
Top Floor-2
DHG-161
Bottom Floor
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2.9.3 Hall button & IND PCB check(on the basis of Simplex)
a. Check point before power ON
※ Perform this before inserting hoist way cable plug.
- Turn off the control panel power.
- Check resistance, disconnection, and jumper in control panel as Tab.3.
Tab.3) Check points before power ON
NO
Checking contents
Checking point
1
XHA CAP 1 - 2
2
XHA CAP 3 - 4
3
DOC PCB SH Jumper
4
DOC PCB SH Jumper
R = 2±1Ω(check of pulse trans problem in
DOC-120 PCB)
R = 1㏀ ±200Ω(DC24V power short check)
Must be inserted(TRM R connection state check)
After SH disconnected, R of both ends of SH
must be 120±10Ω(TRM R check).
※ After checking above item 4, re-insert SH(JUMPER) in DOC-130 PCB.
- Check hoist way cable(communication network) as Tab.4.
Tab.4) Checks for hoist way cable(communication network)
NO
Checking point
Checking contents
R = 120±10Ω(Check of TRM R in diverging box
1
XHA PLUG 1 - 2
of bottom floor)
2
XHA PLUG 3 - 4
Must be opened(Check of DC24V power shortly)
- Insert connector of hoist way cable(XHA).
- If above items are normal, power ON.
b. Check points after power ON
- Checks of control panel side
NO
1
Checking point
Checking contents
Both of 2 LEDs must be flickered
TX1, IDLE1 LED in DOC-120 PCB
c. Setting Hall check mode
- Switch operation board running switch to independent side.
- Set button & IND PCB check mode.
- If "A82E" entered with KEY PAD of ANN, the below will be displayed in LCD's row 4.
R4 H
A
L
L
- Move to floor to be check
C
H
- HALL B/T and IND PCB check at hall side
K
K
:
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- Verify HALL B/T and IND PCB's operating as below flow chart.
- Canceling the HALL CHECK mode by "FFFF" key in.
R4
H
A
L
L
C
H
K
K
:
F
F
F
F
- Switch operation board running switch to normal side.
HALL CHECK MODE?
NO
YES
B8 character ON
B8 character ON LAMP1 ON
B8 character ON LAMP2 ON
B8 character ON UP LAMP ON
B8 character ON DN LAMP ON
B8 character ON UP L/T,CHIME ON
B8 character ON DN L/T,CHIME ON
B8 character ON ALL B/T LED ON
Floor ID DISPLAY(DIPSW1 1~6)
High character:F ,Low character:B/T type DISPLAY(DIPSW1 7~8)
END
2.9.4 . Installation step of Hall B/T and IND board
a. After disconnecting XHA MIC in controller, change the operation mode to MAINT on
the car.
b. DIP SW(SW1) Floor ID setting on DHG-161 PCB
c. Connection of HA mic jack on DHG-161
d. Connection of HI1 mic jack for DHG-161 PCB and IND board(DCM-1XX) joint.
HI2 mic jack : For DUPLEX Lift No.2
e. Connection of HU,HD(for B/T interface) on DHG-161 PCB.
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f. Connection of HUC,HDC(for Duplex No.2, disabled person B/T applied) on
DHG-161 PCB.
g. Connection of HF1(Hall lantern applied) mic jack on DHG-161.
(HF2 :For DUPLEX Lift No.2)
h. Connection of HC1(Hall chime applied) mic jack on DHG-161.
(HC2 :For DUPLEX Lift No.2)
i. Repeat above b). ~ h). against all floors.
l. When you complete work until i), connect XHA MIC to CP after main power off.
m. Turn on the main power after XHA MIC connection to CP
* Above work procedure is to protect PCB damage that occur sometimes while you work
in hoistway for wiring.
2.10
Load setting
2.10.1
No load setting
a. Preparation
a) Locate the car at bottom floor and keep the car 0% load.
b) Switch NORMAL/STOP S/W of DOR-131 PCB to STOP.
c) Check that the SW2 on DOC PCB is positioned always at ‘WE’.
d) Check if R5SC (Safety Check) relay is off.
b. Setting.
a) Press “A61E” and check if annunciator displays as below:
A
C
D
=
0
3
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
S
U
C
C
E
[
0
1
S
0
S
1
]
1
0
0
0
0
0
K
:
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
%
S
0
1
b) If no load setting is failed, annunciator will display ‘FAIL’ instead of ‘SUCCESS’
2.10.2
Full load setting
a. Preparation
a) Locate the car at bottom floor and keep the car 100% load.
b) Switch NORMAL/STOP S/W of DOR-131 PCB to STOP.
c) Check that the SW2 on DOC PCB is positioned always at ‘WE’.
d) Check if R5SC (Safety Check) relay is off.
b. Setting
a) Press “A62E” and check if annunciator displays as below:
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C
D
=
0
3
E
0
0
0
-
0
1
1
0
0
1
L
O
A
D
[
0
1
0
1
]
1
0
0
0
0
0
K
:
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0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
E
%
S
1
b) Then key in ‘100E’ after K:
c) If full load setting is completed, annunciator will display ‘SUCCESS’.
d) Check if current load is displayed on annunciator.
Caution
No load setting must be done before full load setting.
2.11 Adjustment of load compensation gain
a. Unload all inside of car (0%)
b. Bring car to middle floor
c. Check if there is shock as operating car to down direction
d. If there is any start shock as following table.
Reversed shock
Increase data of address’0208’H
(short up direction)
Forwarded shock
Decrease data of address’0208’H
(Short down direction)
Gain adjustment is available from 0~64H (as decimal: 0~100)
e. Check if there is shock as operating car to up direction.
f. If there is any start shock as following table.
Reversed shock
Increase data of address’020A’H
(short down direction)
Forwarded shock
Decrease data of address’020AH
(Short up direction)
Gain adjustment is available from 0~64H (as decimal: 0~100)
2.12 Stop shock adjustment
2.12.1 Preparation
a. Unload all inside of car (0%)
b. Read address ‘9224’H by ‘A22E’ as operating car.
2.12.2 Adjustment for door zone approaching
a. In case leveling speed is fast.
Data of address 9224H is displayed [55]
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b. In case leveling speed is slow
Data of address 9224H is displayed [AA]
c. Pgc_gain adjustment
Address
Long distance travel(0212H)
Short distance travel(0214H)
Fast approaching
Increase every 5 with
hexadecimal value
Slow approaching
Decrease every 5 with
hexadecimal value
Increase every 5 with
hexadecimal value
Decrease every 5 with
hexadecimal value
d. If Pgc_gain is correct, address ‘9224’H will have [00] data.
2.12.3 Shock adjustment for level before10mm
a. As a speed control signal when car
approaches floor level before 10mm,
it can be adjustable between 0~FH.
b. Inv_Linear_10 adjustment.
Address
Big vibration
Decrease every +1 with
0202
hexadecimal value
Boring leveling during long time
Increase every 1 with hexadecimal
value
2.12.4 Brake time adjustment
a. As a leveling control signal,
it can be adjustable between 0~FH
b. In case Inv_Linear_10 has big data, there will be a shock as closing brake, then decrease
data of Inv_Comp_Dist every 1 hexadecimal value.
Address
0204
Shock by brake close
Decrease every +1 with
hexadecimal value
Delayed leveling
Increase every 1 with hexadecimal
value
2.13 Level adjustment
This adjustment for address ‘0206’H will effect on all floors not any special floor. So, it
requires analyzing level gap of all floors and calculating average of gap.
2.13.1 Sequence
a. Proceed floor height measurement
b. Record about all floor gap
c. Adjust shelter plates position that all floors have almost same level gap when car stop
each floor.
d. Proceed floor height measurement again
e. Check and record again about all floors.
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f. Change data of address ‘0206’H according to below table
Hex
Data(mm)
Hex
Data(mm)
Hex
Data(mm)
Hex
Data(mm)
00H
-15
08H
-7
10H
1
18H
9
01H
-14
09H
-6
11H
2
19H
10
02H
-13
0AH
-5
12H
3
1AH
11
03H
-12
0BH
-4
13H
4
1BH
12
04H
-11
0CH
-3
14H
5
1CH
13
05H
-10
0DH
-2
15H
6
1DH
14
06H
-9
0EH
-1
16H
7
1EH
15
07H
-8
0FH
0
17H
8
1FH
g. If adjustment of car level gap is not perfect, repeat above ‘a~f’.
Car level
Landing sill
Car level
Car level
Landing sill
Car level
In case car stops before level,
In case car stops after level,
increase data of 0206H
decrease data of 0206H
< Adjustment concepts according to car stop condition >
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